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TI1K RKK: OMAHA. Kill DA V. .H'l.V PA
URAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Buy An Acre
In Benson Gardens?
Equal to six or eight rejlar city lots.
The advantages are many.
You will hnvo plenty of room for a garden.
You can grow all the vegetables you need.
You can have from 500 to 1,000 chickens.
Your car faro is the sunie (5 cents.)
You can have a cow and have fresh milk.
You will have a better place for your children.
You can grow all the fruit you need.
You can reduce the high cost of living.
You will have better health.
You have no city taxes to pay. v
There are many other good reasons why you should buy
an acre in this beautiful Acreage Tract. Only $10.00 down,
$10.00 a month payments. The best savings account you can
have. Call and get prices and literature telling more about it.
Hastings & Hey den
1614 IIARNEY STREET.
flunt Do'ialaa 288 for complete Hat of
Vacant house and apartments; also for
ttoru.gr, moving. 18th and Jackson Rts.
-ftcOM. 1717 Leavenworth.
Gordon Van Co.
tl N. 11th St
Tel. D XSH or Web. 1283.
Van and storage
Co. Call ua for as
tlmataa for mov-
shipping. 1711 Webstar aH.
ttt.fSO MNS Paul 6 rma., gas. iwater paid.
316.002323 a 16th rma.. toilet, u,
118.001121 Pacific 7 rma.. mod. ex. heat.
1 8. 80th Ave., modern, $30.
tfOS-10 N. 18th, 10-r , mod., each $30.
1033 8. 22d, 8-r.. $18.
W. FARNAM SMtTFT CO..
Phone D. 1064. 1820 Farnam St.
J. C. Reed j
Exp. Co., moving.
aoklng at storsge.
207 Farnam. D. H4&
Ittm bad Offices.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevatov and Stairs
Electric Light Free
THE BEE BUILDING COMPANY,
Superintendent's Office, Room 103.
FOR RENT Ground floor and basement
Maaontc brick building, 30x80 feet.
Ktwner front, corner lot. business aec
tlon, county seat Inquire of J. L Grimm,
Wil per. Neb.
Office on 17th St
ONLY VACANT ROOM
AVAILABLE ON THE
Private Office Waiting Rtoih
180 Sq. Ft. $18.60
The Bee Building
Office Room 103.
REAL EST AXE
PARK A RANCH LANDS FOR SALE
Live Oalt Colo tuna, none better. W. T.
Smith Co.. IIM4 City Nut. Bfc. T. 8819.
FOR SALE Four sections Cheyenne
countr. Colo., land for Bale. Good col
ony propoaltlon. Address Y 837. Bee.
vortT ACRES, two miles from Arcadia
F-ia what have you to trade, worth
$3.UUt). Box HI. Teoumsoh, Neb.
intra rrr a farm for SALE?
Write a. good description of your land
.nrf ...mi it to the Sioux City. la.. Journal.
'Iowa'a Moat Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five worde every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
r. one month, uivlng sixteen ada on
twelve different day for $2; or 60 word a.
$4. pr 75 words, fa.
T.tiret circulation off anr Iowa news
paper, 60.000 re ad era daily In four great
MINN, farmi; low price, easy terms.
Idtnneeota Land Co., P. O. 817. Omaha.
140 ACREd 46 mllea from Minneapolis,
one mils from town; 160 acrea under
cultivation; balance uael for pasture;
can practically all be cultivated; tioavy
soil; good Ml buildings, consisting of -room
bouae. large barn, granary, corn
crib., windmill., etc.; tha land will pro
duce 8 buahela of corn per acre; tele
phone In bouse; country thickly settled:
complete set of machinery; fl bead of
stock, consisting of 11 cows, balance I
and J years old; al good boraes; i boga:
chickens; one-half of this year's crop and
everything on farm goes at 00 per acre;
half cask, ktohwab Bros., 1041 Plymouth
bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
BLACK alluvial soil; corn, 90 bu. acra;
wheat, 40 bu. Alfalfa and hogs make
the farmers rich. Notice the price, tit
per acre; $4 acre cash, balance twenty
years. Opportunities like till, are rare,
be Independent. Buy a farm now. G. P.
I HAVE 40 acrea of land in Oarfild
county, Neb. Would like to sell. Will
take (4 per acre for It. Address W. T.
Reeves, lenton. Neb. i
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ITIKM LOANS, f. PUR CENT.
TOLAND A TRUMBULL. 448 Bee Bldg
Ijnn TO llOonA made iiromiitly. F.
Wend, Wead BldgT-. 1W sna r amam cts.
CITY and term loana, i. i't P r cent.
J. H. Humont 'o., 41 State bank.
WANTED City loans an l wertanta. W
Farnam Smith at Co., 1320 Farnam St
WANTED Good farm and city loans at
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1823 Farnam.
CITT property. Large loans a apeclalty.
W. H. Thumae. .state Bank bldg.
MONEY on band for city and farm loana.
H. W. Binder. City National bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. Fast Nehiaska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL, E-STATli CO..
1011 Omaha National, phone lHuglas 2716.
82,000 to loan on improved farm.
E. Reiff A Co.. 0S Brandeis Hl.lg
SK'W us first for farm loans in eastern
Neh. United States Triwt Co.. Omaha.
t( CITY liOANS. C. U. Carlberg,
v 810-12 Brandeis Theater bldg.
'WANTED City and farm loans, lowest
rates. W. Q. Temple ion. 60S bee. T. 2u.
RHL ESTATfc VACANT
LOT 40x130. well ImpioveJ walk.; an.de
tree., etc. Price. lauO. Inquire ljut
Jarasa Bt. N. Gcuaiia. Web.
RKAL ESTATE ACREAGE
HEAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
ON'K-HALF aectlon Rood farm land,
two and one-half miles from town. In
the beat county In the state of North
Dakota. Will trade for good hotel, well
located and doing (rood business. Must
be priced right. I alao have a few fine
fnrma for sale at snap prlcea. Peal di
rect and aave commlaelona. P. D. Will
lama Land Co., Cooperatown. N. D.
U-ROOM modern bouae. for land, acrea
or vacant lota. What cava your
Owner, Box 79.
EQUITY In 8-room modern houae In
West Farnam district to exchange for
late model automobile; full value given.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SLDB
Beautiful Laird St.
Bungalow style, oalt flnlah, beamed
ceilings and other special features: style
and arrangement la unique; construction
the very beat; choice lot, paved street,
location Ideal. Price very reaaonable;
terms easy or lot taken aa first payment.
100 McCagun Hldg.
A Little Down
Balance Like Rent
This home lias reception hall, living
room, dining, room, kitchen, pantry and
rear entry on first floor. Two larare bed
rooms and bath on second floor. Large
closets. Osk floors throughout. Furnace
guaranteed to heat. Screens, Including
screens for front porch. Lot 60x1.10. Paved
street. Price 12.960. Located, 8331 Ames
Ave. i erms.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4270.
YOUR home In Elvanston will Insure tho
proper .environment lor your .family. .
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Field Club Home
Irving room acroaa entire front, larea
dining room, with beamed celling, and
I'aneueu wana; aun room ana Kircnen on
first floor. Three bed rooma and bath on
aecond. Kumed oak, mahogany and white
enamel finlnh. All floors are oak. Kat
front lot, 4if9136, on boulevard, near
Maaon. Houae ia very attractive and com
plete In every detail. Rrand new. Oe
oupled but a few months by owner. Who
la now compelled to aell quickly. Priced
at a bargain figure. Only t4.X).
Tyler 15. Rate Bank Bldg.
Field Club district, all modern, aouth
front lot, aplendid location on Mason t.a
close to school and car line.
0. G. CAltLBERG,
312 BRAXDEI8 THEATER BlDG.
-R. cottage, 171a Ontario, large lot. city
water, gas, ahade& fruit trees. Inquire
S447 So. 16th. After a p. m. Hun. Red 61:1.
FOR SALE by owner, J acrea, 8-r. house,
chicken houae, barn, all kind fruit. S. J701.
BUILDING lines eatabliahed In Evanston.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDB
819 N. 4 1st Ave. The exterior of this
houae ia attractive In dealgn. being a
combination of tapestry, brick and stucco.
The first floor la finished in oak snd
haa a living room acroaa the entire front,
with brick mantel and grate. Well ar
ranged dining room, with panelled walla
and window seat. Three bedrooms, bath
and sleeping purcn on the second floor.
Two rooms snd bath on the third floor.
Ixit 60x110 feet, to alley. Can be bought
for less than cost, if offer is made at
George & Company
Tel. I. 7V,. 903 City Nnt. Bk. RM
Near Saunders School
nri balance monthly for new 'nnr
ho.ne, corner lot, eaat front lot, Uxl6.
Price lias been V,0w, but price Is cut 10
per cent ror Immediate aale.
O'Keofe Keal Estate Co.,
1016 Omaha National. Doug. 2715.
RIGHT on the corner of tath Ave and
Pacific, an acre of level ground; direci
in the path of the projected and assured
new boulevsrd; IVi blocks from Elm wood
park; a remarkable opportunity for in
vestment or home. What have you to
offer or exchange? P 7H4. Bee.
For Sale By Owner
New modern six-room house on 42d
St., near Farnam; oak floora and finish;
has fireplace, sleeping porch and built
in bookcases and cupboards. Must be
sold and will sacrifice. Cull Douglas 2070
dining business hours.
New, modern, seven rooms, sleeping
porch, oak and birch finish, fine buffet
snd bookcases, beam ceiling, pressed
brick foundation, close to car, short dis
tance out, south front. Bent buy lu Omaha
TEL. OWNER. DOUGLAS 152.
HE A L ESTATE WANTED
FOR sales, rentals, loans. Insurance, care
of piopt-rty snd collection of reut see
V. D. WIAD. itrt raruvn.
REAL ESTATF SUBURBAN
"WEST FARNAM DISTRICT"
HOW TO KEACH TllE SALE.
Taken Dundee car. GET OFF AT 49T1I AND DODOK STREETS. Don't
miss this pale.
AVp will sell your home. Why not move to the new district, where every
tiling is beinjr done to secure ideal home-like surroundings.
PRICES are low in this sightly traet of ground.
TERMS can he arranged to suit purchaser. No discount for cash. CALL
DOUGLAS 25, wc will send a salesman with an automobile after you. Send for
plat and price list.
H. H. HARPER & COMPANY
1013-14 City National Hank Building.
TUB new part of Dundee, eouth of Ioda
atrct, ovrrlooklnn Klmwooil Park and
Happy Hollow Oolf Orounda.
H. II. HARPKIl OOM PANT,
1013-14 City National Hank Uldg.
KVANSTON lota are priced to acll.
REAL KSATK INVESTMENTS
on Your Savings and
a Share of Profits
You are guaranteed 7 per cent
dividend earning on the ftrat of
July and January of each year, if
you lnveat with ua In our Profit
Sharing Plan. Alao a division of
the profile at the end of each year
In addition to the 7 per cent aeml
annual dividend, which haa not
been leaa than 9 per cent tor the
paat twelve jreara. Your monty In
vented la amply aecured by well
selected Real Eatate. Mortgarea
and Contracta of Bale. Bhare can
be purchaaed now at 1106.
Authorled capital. $300,000.
Write or aee ua about It.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNEY ST.
FOR BALE or rent; trackage building,
11th and Reward.. 96xta. Apply 144
Guat 8t. '
EVANHTON offere quality and character.
Tha ideal place to build vour home.
REAL. ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
EVANSTON, the new part of Dundee,
la aouth of Dodge atreeL
EVA Nf? TON.
H. H. HARPER V COMPANY,
1013-14 City National Bank Bldg.
Telephone Douglas 2TM.
EVANSTON la high and alghtly.
OFFICE OK OOMMIBHARY, FOURTH
Infantry. . N. u.. iu city National
Bank Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
Healed Drjposala. In duplicate, for fur
nishing and delivering on or before Au
gust 6, 1916, at Fremont, Neb., sub
alatence stores as beiow. In accordance
1th specifications snd conditions set
forth in Circular No. , Office of the
Commissary General, Washington. D. C,
April 11, llw. will oe received at this of
fice until ten o'clock A. M., August a.
1916, and then opened. Kpeclflcatlona will
be furnished upon request. iell F.
IxiKh. Captain Comrolaeary, Fourth In
fantry, N. N. a.
816 the. Means, w ma. Kice, 3,ff75 lbs.
Potatoes, 1,060 lbs. Onions, ft'ct cans To
matoes. 100 lbs. Prunes, 1U7 cans B . B.
Jam, 81 lbs. Peaches (dried), 2H lbs.
Coffee (roasted and ground), 840 lba.
Sugar, 1M cans Milk (family else), 10 gals.
Vinegar, 10 gals. Bour Pickles, ICS lbs.
Salt, 41 csns Pepper (black), 18 ll,a.
Lard. lbs. Butter (creamery), r jns.
Oleomargarine, 42 gala Syrup, 100 lbs.
Lsiundry noap, bu oouw vaniua Khc
traot (2 OB.), also 8,76 lbs. Freuh Beef.
M5 lba. Bacon, 4.20O lbs. Fresh Bread. 200
lba. Flour, to be delivered as specified.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
a.led nroPoeals wOl be received
Lincoln, Nebraska, by the Board of Edu
cation, Nebraska State Normal Schools,
up until ten o'clock a. m., August 8, lyit,
for ths erection of a brick and stons
sudltorium for ths Stata Normal School
at Kearney, Nebraska, In accordance
with plans and specification prepared
by J. H. Craddock, Architect, Room 18.
Continental Bulldlnr, Omaha, Nebraska.
The Board of Education, Nebraska
State Normal Schools, will also receive
proposals for the heating, plumbing and
electric wiring for above building, ac
cording to plans and specifications pre
pared by the architect, up until tha hour
and date above named.
All bids must be accompanied by a cer.
titled check for five (6) per cent of the
full amount of Md. made payable to O.
E. Hall, Stat Treasurer of Nebraska.
The Board reserves the right to accept
any or reject any or all bids.
Signed by the President snd ths Secre
tary of the Board of Education, Ne
Li asks State Normal School. Jy-2ldL?t
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET
tattle Firm Hosts lasetlled
CHICAGO, July 29. CATTLE Receipts,
4.0UI head: market firm; native beef
cattle, 3e.iil'.:&: western steers, 34.fc4
x 15: cows and heifers, 33.2o& X; calves,
I Uxitt Receipts, 6.(00 hesd: market un
settled, averaged 60 to 10c lower: bulk
of calea. 8.r--u.ll0.' light. 37.OOA7.75; mixed.
2ti.3v2i7.Sh; heavy .OifTOti; rough, KOOif
li.l'i: nips. tifi7.4il
SHEEP AND LAM BS Recti ot s. 14.MW
head: market strong; aheep, KUi,;
(Ill nnd Rosla.
SAVANNAH Ga. Julv m -TURPEN
TINE Firm: 3IK'; sales. 44 bi'ls.; receipts.
hit hols: shipments. 4.X7 I. tils., stocks.
ROSIN Firm: sales. 1278 bbls ; re
ceipts, 20?' bbls ; shipments, 1.112 bhls.;
stocks aj(a tjb'K Huo'e: A R 82.8'); C.
D. 82 90; K. 83.0013 05; V. H il.V(jt lo: O H.
I. 83)0: K, Uii; M, 3406; N. 84 ); WO.
8&.80; WW, 85.90.
Live llork la Hlabt.
Receipts of live slo k st the five prin
Cattle. Hnva. Sheep.
. i.ij !;.( l.an
. 4.' . 14.0O0
. Ni 7.1 l.r
, 6.(n 4 2. ISO
. 1100 8. boO l.CJO
.13.800 66.MM 20, )
Sioux City ...
St. Louis ....
Kanaas City .
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
of Dundee Lots
Sale From 9
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Old Wheat if Strong1. Holding Its
Own, but New Wheat Dropi
Two and Three Centi.
ALL RECEIPTS 'ARE LIGHT
OMAHA. July . IMS.
The market for old wheat was firm,
selling unchanged to a cent higher. New
wheat was weak and declined from 2 to
8 cents. The reoelpts of both the old
and the new crop were light and were
sufficient to take care of ths slow do-,
Corn receipts were light and the de
mand was only fair, raustng a drop of a
H-fr'IVfcc for that deceal.
The demand for oats was light and
4he aalea were unimportant. The oata
market remained unchanged.
Weather In the winter wheat belt was
favorable for thrashing and where farm
work of thla kind Ib being puahed the
producers showed willingness not only
to meet the views of the buyers, but
asked for bids In many Inatancea.
Clearances were: Wheat ami flour, equal
72S,')00 bu. Corn, 27.000 bil. Oats, 640,000 bu.
Liverpool closing: Wheat, unohanged
to Id lower. Corn, unchanged.
Primary wheat recelpta wers 1.8OK.0O0
bu., and shipments 6fi4,O00 bu., as against
recelpta of 2,168,000 bu., and shipments
of 9M.000 bti. last year.
Cilmsry corn receipts were 438,000 bu.,
snd Khtpmenta. 2M.000 bu., as against
receipts of 462.000 bu., and shipments of
41.000 bu. laat year.
Primary oats receipts wers 374,009 bu.,
and shipments, 8x9.000 bu., as against
receipts of 964,000 bu., and shipments of
SKi.OOO bu. laat year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 21 IK 128
Minneapolis 107 ... ...
Omaha (t 81 t
Kanaas City VH 11 8
St. Louis 14 52 22
These cash sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, old,
81.40; 7 car, old, 81.39; 1 car, new, 81 20.
No. 8 hard winter: 8 cars, new dark, $1 20;
1 car, new, 81.16. Corn No. 8 white: 1 car,
i.Ac; No. 8 white: 8 cara. 75c No. 2 yel
low: 8 cara. 7c. No. 8 yellow: 1 car. 77c:
1 car, 74c; 1 bulkhead, 7Vc.. No.
yellow: 1 car. 76c. No. 2 mixed: 1 car,
764c; 8-6 car. Ibr. "No. 8 mixed: 8 cara,
754c. Oats No. 8 white: H car. 49c; 2-4
Lar, 4CV1C No. 4 white: I cara, 46o.
Omaha Cash Prices No. 8 turkey, $1.22
J 1 41 ; No. 8 turkey, (1.2KS1.40: No. 2
hard. I1.1W3T40; No. 8 hard, 81.16T1.S:
No. 4 hard, 81.10in.36; No. 8 spring, Il.M
fil.40; No. 2 durum, 81.0?.0; No. 8
durum, 11.0701.08. Corn: No. 2 white,
TSCTUc; No. 8 white, 76HUT6c; ' No. 4
white, 75a'75e: No. 6 white. 74!)4ia'4c:
No. 6 white. 741V()iBc; No. 2 yellow. TV
77c; No. 8 yellow, 78,(llT; No. 4 yellow,
7tVfj7'.c; No. 6 yellow. 7f.f78'e; No. I
yellow, 76VJr7c; No. 2 mixed, 7&Mtr7&ie:
No. 3 mixed. 7fiViSr76c; No. 4 mixed, 74
t(75VC; No. 8 mixed. 74H675e; No. mixed.
74Vu74,o. Oats: No. 2 white, tfHfiHMic;
standard. 4(Va'4lc: No. 8 white, 4T.Mf4w:;
No. 4 white. 44?r4fc. Barley: Malting,
MrtSc; No. 1 feed. (Wtfflte. Rye; No. 8,
VXlW.c; No. 8. li802c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS'
Feat a res of ths Traalas? aal Closlagj
Prices oa Board of Trade.
C11ICAG4J, July . Clearing weather la
tha harvest rewlon did a good deal today
to bring- about much lower prices for
wheat. The market closed heavy at 244
to 34c net decline. Corn, lost Vlo
to o, and oats, tvc to fAAQ. Pro
visions wound up with galna of 16o to 46a
The fact that rains In the winter wheat
crop belt were confined to sections sast
of the Missouri liver led to a notioeable
Increase of country wheat ortere and
tended to make handlers confident thst
the movement of new wheat would show
a rapid increase, besides, advices w.na
at hand that the yield per aero for winter
wheat would average an appreciable
amount nture than had been suggested
b" the recent government report.
Fading away of the black rust scare
added greatly to the discomfort of wheat
bulla. Experts went ao far aa to assert
that the South iHtkota crop aa now
nearly safe. Another bearish influence
was the slowness of export demand. It
was ssid the total sales to Europe ag
gregated only frio.uuO bushela.
Corn followed wheat down grade.
Higher tmnpsralures, that Implied faster
growth, stimulated activity on the soiling
side. 0tts fluctuated nervously owing
to croD Unmaxe reports. In the end.
however, tho market was dominated by
the heaviness of other grain.
Buying on the part of packers led to
a sharp rally In provisions. Export busi
ness ai said to have been the ground
for the investment.
Closing prices on options:
Artklei Open. I HUh.l Low. I Close. I Yes y.
Wheat i i i I
July. 1 14 1 14 1 10SI 1 10! 1 U
Sept. 1 OTHI 1 08's1 1 06 1 06 1 07H
torn I I
July. W, HV 7 I 7") 80H
Kept. 74S! 74l TJP 7SS! 74
Oats I I
July. I &iJ .6 I 64 I M 66 H
fcopt.. ibV 3tM X 3'iA,
Pork I I '
rleot llSM IS 66 13 17 13 13 30
Oct . I 18 36 llSSU I 13 i". U DO 18 46
Hiept l 7 78 i 8 10 ! 7 75 8 074; 7 75
Oct.. I 7 86 8 17V! 7 85 ili 715
Sept.! !-" 3 60 ! 15 47V, 82.,
tx-t.l 3 22t,l 46 I 124! 8 46 I 3 80
Clih agu ( ash Prices Wheal; Nu. 2 red,
new. 31.11W'il.l4V-: No. 2 hard. new. 31.11',
i-l 13 Corn: No. 2 yellow, Sl'ffWV;
others nominal. Outs: No. I vlute. 'J
6".c; stundstu, W, . Itve: No. i.
nominal; No. 3, 8l.UVtl.01. Barley: 71C
77c Seeds: Tlinoi.iv. 4 jO'nC 6; clover,
fftnf! 13.26. Provisions: Pork, $13 U); lard,
87.0li'. rlhs. 81.I(l).l7.
Kl'TTKR-Uwer; creamery. 21V26c.
h.tiOE Iiaer; receipts. 10 oil cases; at
mark, cases Included. 14o"!7": ordinary
firsts, If.'.! Irtc: f Irani. 18V, 17".
POTATOES- Ier; reclpt. 15 enrs;
Virsinla enhblera, barreled. $l.J'''il.;
POULTH Y-Allve, lowe.-; fowls 1j'c.
Kaasas 4'ltr (.rata aad 8-rovlsleas.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July . WHEAT
-No. 2 hsrd. 3121(1146; No. 8. $1184)1.42:
No. 3 red. 11.11.17; No. 3. L1 A 1.1a;
REAL ESTATF Ml III KHAN
at 9 o'Clock
A. M. to 9 P. M.
.tulr, 3115; September, 81.01H; December,
CORN No. 2 mixed, T8v; No. 8. T7c;
No. 2 white, 7fcc; No. 8. 77c: No. 8
yellow, TVWdiwV; No. 8, 7Ki(T9c; July, 77o;
September, 71Hf71Vr; -Iecember, O'VtiOOSe.
OATS Steady; No. 2 white, bOc; No. 8
BUTTER Creamery, 27c; flrata, Sxs;
secnmla. Xlo; packing, lc.
JCOOH Firsts, 1H;; seconds, 12Vc.
POULTRY Hens, 12Vo; rooalera, to;
NRW YORK GKftKRAb 3IARKRT
Qaetatioas of the Day oa Varies.
FIX)UR Barely steady.
WHEAT Spot, weak: No. 8 red. 81.18.
and No. 2 hard. 21.19V. c. I. f. New
York: No. 1 northern. luluth. 81 11V r.
I. f. Buffalo. Futures, weaki September.
CORN Spot, oasy: No. 8 yellow. 91 Up,
OATS Buot. easy: standard. 64Vic: No.
3 white. Wc.
HAY-Flrmer: prime. 31.40; No. 1. 31
1.87i; No. 1, 3180; No. 3, 31.26; shipping,
HOPS Stesdy; stale, common to choice,
1914 crop, ttWl.Hc; Pacific coaat, 1S14 crop,
IJrmiic, mix crop. wile.
HIDE4 Firm; BogoU, 81c; Central
l.HATH Kit Firm; hemlock flrata. Sic;
PROVISIONS Pork, essy; meas, 318.00
ifflS.W): family. 8aO.(iOti'!3.60; short clear.
81 004(10.60. Beef, steady; meee, 317. Mj
17.7T.; ramliy, i.isn(rr?o.5o. ird, firm;
middle weet. 38 no98.10.
TALLOV-rull: city, 6c; country,
5h1Hc; special, fce.
BUTTER Unsettled; receipts 7,302 tubs;
creamery extras, 20ftT,c; ftrels, iAQtVt;
FOGS Irregular: receipts, 17.SM esses,
fresh e-hred sxtraa, 2SHto; extra
firsts, 21VC; flrats, 18W; seconds,
CHKMSra-Steadler; recelpta 8,0M hoina;
state, whole milk, fresh, flat and twine,
white and colored, specials, 1314u; do,
1 overage fancy, 9-ne.
POl'LTHT I.1TS, nrui; wewiarn tnica
ens, broilers, 22c; fowls, 17c: turkeys. II
fi!12c; dressed, steady: western froxen
roasting chickens, , IWMttc; fresh fowls.
Iced, l.T,4-17c; fresh turkeys, Iced. Wit
OMAHA GR14IH8L MARKICT.
BUTTER No. 1, Mb. cartons, c; No.
2, 00-lb. tubs, 4o.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 8fic; Amer
ican Swiss, 26c; block Swiss, 82c; twins,
16 Wc; daisies. lHo; triplets. 16c; Young
America, lHc: blue label brick, 17c; Urn
burger, 2-ln., 90c; New York white, 18c;
Imported French Roquefort, 40c.
FISH Trout. 16c; whlteft.h, 18c; hali
but, 12c; channel catfish. 16c; herring. 7o;
codfish, l(Kj12c; mackerel, 16c; , aalmon.
SWEET POTATOES Kansss. 32.78 bbl.
BEEF CUT44-Rlbs: No. 1, 1Vc; No. 2,
Uc: No. 8, 17,4o, Loins: No. , 20Ho;
No. 3, lVc: No. 8, 184c. Chucks: No. X,
llo, No. 2, lie: No. 8, 10c. Hounds:
No. 1. 16Vc; No. 3. lTVic; No. 8, 14c
Plates: No. L 8o; No. 3. So; No, 8.
Fruit and vegetable prtcee furnished by
Ollllnskt Krult compsnr:
FRUITS Oranges, California Vlenc1aa,
100s 12s, 2Ks, 3Mm, 3Vm. 34.1)0 per box;
California Valenoiaa, lf-is, 84.Z6 per box;
California Valencies, 17s. .. Zim. 260a.
34.60 per box. Lmons. extra fancy Gol
den Bowl, 800s, 8i0s, 86 60 per box: extra
rancy nunsist, amis, ans. .. per box;
extra rancy Had Ball, Buus, 36os, 84 60 per
box. I'eaches, California Crawforda. Tf'O
r 1kx: Elberta, four basket crates, 00o
per crate; Elbert, four basket crates.
60-crate lots. 67!Ac crate: Elhertas. bush-
els, 81. 26 per bu.; Elhertas, 2f.-bushe lots,
3120 per bu.. Plums. Burhsnks, 8O0 peril,
crate. Pears, California Bartlatts, 32.M t
crate. Hlackberrlea. 24 pr. cases
per crate. Bananas, medium fruit,
to 32.26 Der bunch: J umbo fruit.
Changulnola and Port Llmon, 4c per lb.
Cantaloupes, Ponies, 64s, 82 36 per crate;
Maops Nevadaa Standards, 83.00 per crsta
VK41KTA BUEH Oahbage, homegrown
and southern, H4o per lb ; hd. lottuce,
31.00 per dox.; peppers. 90c r basket;
If. lettuce, 20c dox.; tomatoes. 81.76 per
bog; oulons, Wah . 24i per lb.; celery,
36c per dox.; cucumbers, 81.78 per basket;
Parsley, 86o per dox.; wax and green
beans, ROo per basket; green peas, 60a
per basket: new beets, carrots and tur
nips, 40o per basket; radishes, 2oc per
dox. New potatoes, 6oo per bu. Sweet
potatoes, 81. (6 per hamper. Nuts, No. 1
walnuts, 18c per lb.: filberts, 16c per lb.;
Braslla, liPo per lb.; pecans. 12 V per
lb.; almonds, 'fc per Ib. Miscellaneous,
Crackerjack, 83.60 uer case. Curnpops,
83.Z6 per rase. Crackerjack. $1.76 per hslt
case. Cornpops, 31 per half case.
Peanuts. No. 1 raw, so lb.; Jumbo raw,
7o per lb.; No. 1 roasted, 6c per lb.;
Jumbo roasted, to per lb. Watermelons
NUl'U-No. 1 walnuts. 18a lb.; filberts,
16c lb.; Braxlls. U'Hc lb.; pecans, 124o lb.;
almonds. 2oc lu.
M IhCELLAN EOUB Crackerjack, 8S.50
case; case, $1.76; cornpops, 63.25 case;
vt case, ii.t. j-eanuts- No. 1 raw, ao lb.;
No. 1 roasteil, Sc lb.; Jumbo, raw, 8c lb.;
Jumbo, roasted, 10c lb.; salted, 81.26 can.
Honey, H.M case. Limes, $2.00 basket
Watermelons, lVao Ib.
Mlaaeapolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOIJS. July J9. WHEAT
July, $1.36; Sejrtemher. $I04X; No. 1 hard,
ll.4e; No. 1 northern. $1.31), 1.4!)H; No.
i northern. $l.iH''lf 1-444,.
CORN' No. 3 yellow, '78Vf79o.
OATS No. 3 white, 4x-4!o.
BARLEY fu 8c. )
4. Lewis Orala Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Julv 29. WHEAT
HlKher; No. 2 red. $l.lmi l.K.Vj; No. 2
hard. $1.1; Jul, $1 08V4; September. $1034.
tXjRN-Steady; trsck No. 2. 74i4i )r ;
No. 2 white, SuH'ftstc; July, 78'ic, fcep-
OATS Steady; No. 2. 4Hc; No. 3 white
57(s67Vtc; July, 62c; September, $6c.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 28 WHEAT Spot,
No. 3 Manitoba 11a Hd . No. 3, Us 6d; No.
1 northern, DolutU, Us 7Vtd; No. 2 hard
winter lis 7Vd.
CORN Spot American mixed, new, 8s d
SI. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. J il 28 CATTLE-Re
ceipts. 04 head; market atrong; steera,
17 o"i0 5o; cows and heifers. 34 2-yijy.oO.
HOGS Receipts. T.60O hesd; market
loner; (op, 87 20, bulk o' sales. $8.4j'7 li.
SHEEP AND I.AMHS-Kecelpta. 2,io0
head; market higher; lambs. $" Vii.tt.
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Good Beeves Ten to Fifteen CenU
Higher, Others Steady Sheep
ft Quarter Higher.
HOGS LOSE FIFTEEN TO QUARTER
SOUTH OMAHA. July ,
Receipts were: e"attle. l'c
'metal Monday 4.2
Official Tuesday I W
Official W edneaday.... 2.i"3f
Katlmale Thursday.... l.uw
Four days thla week. .10.766 44.1 la X.'9
Same days last week..16.ilu6 8o.ti0
SamadayalwM-aaaso li.ivw 4I..5
Smil)'ilwMin((o a.l IH n.4)1 n4.m
Snina dava 4 wka aao 14.111 4S..'W 37,01
Sama daya laat yrar..lrt,W JK.Sfrt H'il
The followin lalmt ..wa it rfirta
f caltla, hoa ana anp al :ha South
Omaha live alock marKot for ho year to
flata aa cornea rd with lifct yrar:
1S15. 1914. Inc. Poo.
attla tHO.MN 44I.M7 1100.1
HfRa I.MS.IIK4 1,S;.S.W7 7,Wi
1.:4.278 1.2d1.7 S.7
Tha followlnc l0l ulioms tha kvraa
prU for hog. at tha f-nnh oma'ia Hva
atx-k market tar tha laat J'.va. with
Pato. ll14 nail.nwi i'hu. llK.ll.
.Till v If).
8 Ml 8 OA
8 Ml 8 OH
8 Ml 74
8 Tfil 8 82
141 3 X,
1 8 21
6 141 8 So
6 8 86
731 8 1
8 711 8 87
8 Kl! 7 17
22i i 28,
97 8 81
8 871 8 S
8 83 8 4.H
8 681 8 Ml 7 841
8 84 8 77 7 W
8 641 8 77 7 47J
8 3rt 8
I 8 SM 7 R7
I Ml I 7 Sr
461 8 27! 7 61
July T7.I 8 (UV 8 681 1 7 Snl 6 h.l 8 811 7 46
8 (Ml 8 801 I A41 8 2:11 7 87
Si 8 67 7 H 8 871 7 w 7 27
July tSk 3 2V
CATTI.K R.celj)4s wers very light
today, leaving the total for the four
claya thla week at 10,766 head. Thla la
the smallest of any recent week barring
only Fourth of July week, and slightly
smaller than a year ago.
owing to the very few rattle In sight
buyers picked up the beat beeves at
prices that were lwiGo higher. They
paid 375 for good killers a cut off the
same cattle that sold at 89.96 on Wednes
day of laat week. The medium to com
mon ktnda of beeves were only steady.
Cows, heifers and feeders showed little
or no change, prloea remaining practically
In the same notches as yesterday.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
yearlings, 8.OUiija76; fair to good year
lings. 8a.2TityO.Q0; good to choice heavy
beeves, 3:.2f.75; fair to good onmfeu
beeves, 38.Mtt2T; common to fair oorre
fed beeves, t7.M8,66; good to choice fed
heifers, 37.CJxtr4-.6V; good to choice fed
cows, 86604r7.26; good to choice grass
neners, .;x,7.o; good to rholoe grsse
rows, 86.2r.i5; fair to good cowa, lf,btp
; common 10 rair cows. 3.7Tg,60;
good to choice feeders, 37.60ffi8.60; fair
to . good feeders. W.fi0ir7.&0; common to
fair stockers, 5.NU4. 10; stock heifers,
36.76fr.60: stock rows, 8i.iVV8flO; stock
calves, W.Outrf.M; veal Calves, 83.GOgaO.00;
fat bulla, atags, etn., 3VtW(j7.2&.
"o. Av. Pr. Kb. At. Pr.
I" in 7 is s 7j 6 ( .
1:S 7 14 1174 I I.
10 " 111 II imt t 40
4 601 t li n. IMT 7
" WO I M U 11M I n
8TKI0UM AM) HEIFERS.
400 I 111 4 ?i 8 T
7 10 14 ;m tt '
4S7 7 at
3 M I 04 8 1W0 6 M
H" 1000 00
M M0 I Is 414 6 41
3 lit I 11 Ill M
I ALY C.B.
870 8 4 7 11 I 00
3. 44 T 00 1 110 0 14
8 too 1 to 8 iae m
I aw I 00 1 no t 7t
1 I2 1 10 14 00
STOCKERS ANO FEEUKUS.
1 7 4 to I., tt T 00
7 110 3 00 10 1047 7 M
HOGS Fresh receipts of hoga footed
up to around 180 loads, or 11,000 head,
tour days' total Is the heaviest for sev
eral weeks back, - amounting to 44.116
head, as against 86,100 hesd Isst week,
17,836 head two ytcks ago and 28,868 head
a year ago.
Besides today's liberal run, offerings
Included some forty loads, mostly of
heavy hogs, that were carried over from
yesterday. With ao large a ahowlng to
pick from, and shipping orders none too
largt, shipper hogs declined . fully 2oo
and even more than that In sots. Tops
reached 37.16, but sales over even money
were very scarce, and ran from that on
Packers also were In a very bearish
mood, and their sarly bids were anyway
oatc off. They bought quite a num
ber of light and light mixed hogs early,
and as they came Into competition with
shippers on some of them, they were
forced to pay pretty close to shipper
prices. When butchers and heaves fin
aly began to move It was very uneven
deal, but prices were quoted as fully
llxq&c down, meaning a general decline
of anyway 20c. The narrow bulk of
packer hoga landed at 3b. 10U. 20, with
mixed and light hoga on up to nearly
87.00, and heavies ss low aa 36.K0, Owing
to the fact that ao many heavies were
left unsold yesterday it Is hard to say
juat how much lower today's sales on
this sort or sturc are, but there la no
danger in assnrhlng that they showed at
lraat as much decline as other grades,
and. If anything, more than that In spots.
At a late hour there was still a good
share of the offerings unsold.
No. At. ah. Pr. No.
44 1:4 40 t M 41 .
40 4 60
... 3 74
... 4 44
... 4 40
... 4 44
... 7 00
... 1 14
l 171 10 0 00 1,0
.177 ... 4 04 11...
KM , . 4 10 14..,
,J7 144 6 16 41..
.24 !4U 4 10 '.4 .
.lh 40 4 18 44...
MO ... 4 44 14..
... 3 14 lit.
:tl M 4 40
SHEEP A very small Thursdsr run.
amounting to only five cars, or l,2ud hesd,
wss received. This Is the smallest for
any one day since Friday. June 11. Total
supplies fur tlie four days foot up 2u,k39
tioai, Deing oniy a lime over a third aa
large aa laat week, half aa large as two
weeks ago, and a falling off of 8,000 as
comparod with the same week last year.
iiecctp. so rsr urn week are ins small-
st In over a month.
Estimates railed for five cars, hut only
foiY loads had shovm up when tha mar
ket oocned. and only a Dart of a load
of these were old sheep. Part of a deck
or yearlings hst went st $6.7d looked ibit
26c alove yesterday, eltile a little pack
age of ewes carrying three or four weth
ers nrougnt a gooa strong price, v-Jo-
Lsmb supplies consisted of a little more
than three doubles, which sold In good
season at 31.60. Fleeces were dry this
morning, but quality of the lambs wss
not so good as on Wednesday, and the
snln waa senerally Quoted as 0x1 hlahnr.
This was nmre advance than market con
dition, at other points warranted, but lo
cal aupultea were so very light tnat sell
era were, in a me sure at least, ame to
sot their own figures. Today's value
touched lrv highest reacneo since July
14, when the same figure, $8.60, bought
iiia rtullc (.1 ills oiiennss.
Feeders were so scarce today as to be
hordlv worthy of mention, but 87. Tb took
Hie bulk Ot a fair representation yewter-
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Iimbs.
good to choice, $x frotis.); lamtia, fair to
good, $8.2ViH60; lambe, feedera, tlit'M
good, rr.7.'.!t8.00; lambs, feeders, tT,tft
7.i; yearllnga, fair to choice. tn.Vvd
$.76, wnthers. fair to choice, 86.20n.M),
ewes, good to choice, 8S.2bo1.26; ewes,
fair to good, 84.7fXu.3&.
SI. Loals Live Slock Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 29. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6.0U0 head; native beef steers, 87 60
4? lu IS; yearling steers and heifers, $5cw
10.01); cows snd heifers. ixT.0O, Block
ers and feeders. $.0Uirk.2i; southern
steers, $6 264s.lu: cows and heifers. $4.00o
8.60: native calvea. WUi'UlOTfc.
HOGS Recelpta, 3.i0 head; market. 10rf
26c lower; plga and Hants. 87.4?r7.70:
mixed and butchers. ;.2.i7.Ui; good
heavy, t7.Unt 7. 15.
SHEEP AND IA MBS Receipts, l.X)
head; market atrong; muttons, $4.6oifj, jr.;
Inmbe, 84.0iri.66; bleating ewes. $6.0008
Sloag (Itr Live Slo-k Market.
SIOUX CITY. la.. July 29. CATTLE
Receipts. sJ0 hesd: mar
rket nun; native
steers, $4,2648.30: cows slid heifers. $6.0U(J
4 00; t anners, $3 76y4.7&; stockers and
(eedem. v uOic. 1...
HOGS Receipts, 7.0U) hesd; market, IS
4i2i lower; heavy, $2ovi!00; mixed. 8H .)
ti.2i; light, $J.boii.0u; bulk of sales, $6.80
SHEEP AND 1 81 BS Receipts. 1 (W0
hesd. market film; es, H.l'(l ijb.
lambs, 17 tfuS.B.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Speculation in Iron Shares Reaches
Climax and There iBMo.cn
VOLUME OF TRADING HEAVY
NEW YORK. July 2 Speculation In
war storks reached a climax today. The
volume of trading, heavy aa It had been
on the preceding daya of the week, was
still larger today and the market waa In
a atate of excitement throughout the
session. It waa the biggest day's busi
ness of several months. Prices of the
more unstable stocks were rushed up In
a violent manner to the highest marks
on record. In the last hour there came
a sudden reaction, amounting to a co:
lapse In a few Inatancea. Tho whole
market sold off and. although there was
a partial recovery, the close waa unset
tled. Notwithstanding the aeverlty of the
break, the active Industrials for the most
pert showed galna on the day and the
rallrnada were about on a level wltn
yesterday's cloae. Total sales were 1,M,
No new element of Importance was In
jected Into the speculative situation, al
though bullish sentiment towards war
storks wss fed by reports of Increasing
activity of these concerna and of penn
ing orders. The pronounced rise In this
quarter of the market aeemed to have
attracted a considers hie amount of ptih
llo house buying, which helped to pusn
up quotations still higher. A movement
of such range, baaed for the most pert
on no precise Information of aufflrient
Import to Indicate lta permanency, waa
of Itself enough to point to an equally
safe reaction. The decline was said t
have been accelerated by tha action of
banks In calling a halt In accommoda
tions on war Industrials.
Bethlehem Steel and Crucible figured
most prominently in the dealings. Cruci
ble Steel Jumped 174 polnta to 83 and
then alumed 17 polnta. Bethlehem Steel '
roes 11 points to 27i and In the late break
fell back 16. Both share, established new
high records, sa did iWesttnghouaa FJec.
trie at 1US and Allla-Chslmem at 3t"V
Republic Steel waa unusually active and
transactlona In that and the other steel
Issues, together with the railroad equip
ment shares, made up a' large part of
the day's total.
Railroad stocks were In the back
ground. They shared In the earlv ad
vance, hut later relapeed. St. Taut de
clined 8 points, but later recovered, the
action of the directors In reducing the
dividend rate from 6 to 4 per tent not
being announced until sfter the cloae.
Bonds are Inclined to yield. Total sales,
par value, 83.7uo.U00. United States bonds
were unchanged on call.
New York Money Market.
NRW YORK, July 80 -PRIME MER
CANTILE) PAPER, 84I-1H per rent.
HTURL1NU EXCHANGE 8lxtv-day
bills, 34.7U; demand, 84.725; isbles,
SILVER Bar, 48Tic; Mexican dollars
IKXNDS-Qovernment. steady; rail'rosd
TIME LOANtV-Firm: sixty 'days. ?4
per eent; ninety days. 2 per cent; six
months, 84jlS per cent.
CALL MONET-FIrm; highest. 2 per
oent; lowest, 14 per cent; ruling rate.
144 per oent; last loan, 2 per cent, closing
bid, 114 per oent; offered at 2 per cent
I.eadoa gtoek Market.
LONDON, July 2 Stock market activ
ity waa confined today to Marconi shares
and the American section st rising
prices. Canadian Paclflo aad United States
Steel were the firmest shares In the lat
ter, j im ujusuia; was urm.
SILVER Bar, 23 8-16d per ounce.
MONEY 4'f44 Per cent
DISCOUNT RATES Short Nils, 6
per cent; three months, tv&tVfc per cent
OMAHA. July 29 Bank clearings fot
Omaha today were 32, 448,024. 60 and for tho
corresponding day last year, 82,a.3i.l.
NEW YORK, July 29. OOFFEE The
market for coffsa futures opened Irreg
ular at one point deollno to three points
advance, and during the day ruled quiet
hut very ateady. Offering were light
and the market waa thought to be In s
firmer technical position aa a result ot
the recent liquidation. The cloae waa
net unnhanged to alx polnta higher.
Sales, 8.760 baga; July, 8.70c; August. e.flRc;
September, 0c; Or.totier, .lc; Novem
ber. .Jn; December, .68c; January, .; '
February, ,72o; March, .0c; April. 4S.KV;
May .90c; June. 8,fc. Spot, quiet; Rio.
No. 7, 7e; Santos. No. 4. ic. Cost and
freight offere were ten to twenty points
lower from Han'oa, but no offere wer
received from R1o. Rio exchange on
I,nnrton was unchanged. Mllrels prices
were unchsnged at Rio and 100 rets lower
Kansas City I-lve Btoek Market.'
KANSAS CITY. July 29.-CATTf.E-Recelpts,
2.IO0 bend; market steadv to
strong: prime fed steers, $9.5ntrl0.00; '
dressed beef 1 toe it", 8S.UiXtt9.40; western
steers, 87.0(xfY2fi: southern steers, new
8.60; cows, 84.fi(i(!J7.25: heifers. 8.7.Vn .:.'.". :
stockers and feeders, rt.avfr8.4i; bulls
86. Midi 7. 00: calves, 3 flo-Slft 25.
HOUR Receipts, tt,&K head: market. 10i
Lie lower: hulk. 36.6Vii7. 15; heavv. 8 ?Vf
8.86; packers nnd butchers, 8t.70-ri7.:,i;
usni. si.usjj i.;in; Pigs. V.Witl.TO.
SHEEP AND LAMB.-4-Recalnta llm
head; market steady; lamha, 8w.0lii i;
yearllnga, 8ii.7T4f7.60; wethers. K 2ri 7 (
evea. 8tf.nooT8.7S; stockers and feeders, 86.01
" usrar Market.
NEW YORK. Julv 28. SUfJAR-Ra w
nominal: centrifugal. 4Mc: motssses.
4.08c. Refined, weak; price list unchanged.
although ordersi sre being taken on the
basis of 6.8ie for fine granulated. Futures
were steadier early on a renewed demand
rrom the traoe Interest, uromnteri b
reports thst 30.000 tonr. of raw susar hsd
been sold to exporters, which offset th
sharp reductions in refined. Prices st
noon were 4 to 8 polntw higher.
flaw sugar rinsed stesdy at the dee ir.e:
centrifugal, 44c; molasses sugar, 3.87c.
A sale or 80,000 tons of centrifugal to.
Hump waa made on the bajrla of
f. o. b. Cuba, August shipment.
NEW YORK, July 2.-COTTON-Sp.t .
steady; middling uplands, 8.36c. Sales, $A)
Cotton futures opened steady: October.
9 44c; December. 8.7Io; January. 8.82c:
March. 10 09c; May, lO.Uto.
Cotton closed barely arUady at I to 13
points net decline.
Cotton futures closed barely steadv:
October. $.3Jtc; December, 9.82o; January,
.(:, sflaron. s.vnc; niay, lu.inn.
LIVERPOOL. July COTTON-Ppot,
steady; good middling, 66ud: middling
630d; low middling, .84d. Pales, 10 00)
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Julv -PItAIR7E 7TAT
Chn4ie uHand. 313 SOtf 14.00: No. 1. 8!3?
13.611; No. 2. $10.0"iil!00: No. 8. 1VtVw.
choloe midland. 813 CWilS.,-o; No. 1. 12.rVfI
13011; No. 3. $1M12.00: No. 3. $8.0Ofi 10.00;
choice lowland. 8U.0ij12. 00; No. $'0.uxff
11 irt: No. 8. $OrttTS0(; No. 8. $nn(t.(io.
STRAW Choice wheat, $6.50(rj7.00. None
on the market.
ALFAI.FA No. 1 to choice alfatfi
$11.0o4 liOO; No. I. $9.00.811.00; Ko. 3. V1
NEW YORK. Julv 29. MKTAV4 Lend :
Offered at 86 60. Spwlter. not quoted. Iron
firm snd unchanged. Tin. nulet. I. Jti
Sii.ou. Copier: Steady; electrolytic, 319A
At London: Spot cnlpor, 471 be: rutures
f72 10s; electrolytic, iHJ 10s. Spot tin. K-4
16s; futures, 1168 16s. Antimony, 125. 1a.A,
U3 17s ad. Speiter. tSrl 10a.
Dry Goods Market.
NBW YORK, July 29 DRY fiOODS
Men's wear was more active today, par
ticularly on sprinar goods. Cotton goods
markets were steady and more trading
was reported In print clothe and con
vertibles. Yarns ruled quiet with a
slightly firmer tendency. Haw silk was
steady. Cantons were higher.
Evsporated Apples mad Dried Fralle
NEW YORK, July 2 EVAPORATED
APPLE Dull and easy.
DRIED FitUITS Prunee, firm: apri
cots, steady, peaches, quiet; lalmns, firm.
K. V. Releases.
Complaints flle-1 against the Kansas
City club that It waa carrying junr
than the allotted sixteen men ihu-e-i
President Tebeau tu releaae H.tll.. 11. e
recruit pitcher, who came i n ;r ih
Rio Grande, and to Kite In.; Iiuiru
his five-day nolle
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