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HIE BEE: OMAHA, SATUHDAY, JULY 31, 1915.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Old Wheat it Weak, Selling Four
Cents Lower, While the New
OATS MAKE A SMALL ADVANCE
OMAHA, July M. 191S.
Reeetpta of nil grain were light and
there era a fairly giwxl demand for ail
cereale on the. list.
Old hnl u rather weejc and hored
rm of 4 to I c nta per bushel. New
vhnl Wii in pretty rood demand and
era quoted unchanged to 1 Cent higher.
iVrn receipt wr fair and t suf
ftiiently lajrg. to take care of the de
mand. Th. market sold from V to
Oats receipt wer very light snd th
demand wis pretty aotlve. The market
advanced from 1 to I cent.
Sentiment In th. grain trade la bea"
leh. especially on wheat. Wheat ber
think tlwt with lh winter Wheat move
ment delayed by re-in ther U likely to
be a comwnatlon of winter and inng
aheat market that will rrweroo tha trale.
Clearances were: Wheat ana Hour
equal to J.St,0 bushels; corn, 63(M) Dilan
tin; oat I.O0O busbels.
IJverpool spot: N heat. Hd higher to
td lower; corn. Id higher. .
mmary wlieat receipts were 144B.000
Vuchela and shipments 7iJ,iiO bushels,
igalnat receipts of ,W7.00O buaheia and
Ihlptnents of ljr4,0 buahel lat year.
Primary corn receipt wero '7.000 bueli
la and ahlpmenta XN,) buaheia. galnt
receipt of 44l,w buaheia and ahlpmenta
f MT.OdO bU!!iela laat year.
Primary oels receipts were 4T1.000 buah
eia and shipment ',000 buaheia agalnet
rce!tt of t.ZTi.OnO buaheia and ahlptnent
of S1. buaheia last year.
w neat. jorn imis.
I njl.it hi .....
..Ua rennrte1 todV. Wheat:
No. S hard winter; H rp lo'd). Sl.Vi; 1
car (old. old for aample), 117; 1 car
(new), $1 JO. No. t hard winter: H car
toldl, ll.; 1 car (new), 1 M car
newS, $1.1B: 1 cr (new), 11.15. No. 4 hard
winter: 1 car (new), 11.16. Corn: No. 1
wh,lte: I car. 7tW. No. 1 white: 4 car.
7i.o. No. 1 Wh!f ? 1 ear, Tie No. 2
yellow t can 76'c. No. t yellow: t
care. 76V; car. 76o No. yellow: S
rar. Tv No. I mled: car. 74Ve; 2H
car, 74c. No. mlied: 1 car, 74c; 1 car.
7:ivtc. (Sample: 1 car (heatlnjt). 7c. Oata.
No. I white: 1 cnr. 47H-; a car. 47c. No.
4 white: 1 car. 4ic. Sample. 1 car. 45
Omeha Cah Price Wheat: No. I tur
key, 1.22i(l.S7H; No. I turkey. 11.20
l.M4; No. I hard. l.l!Kil .W.V,; No I
hard. ll.14HVl.Sr.; No. 4 hard, ll.MW.tt;
No. I aprlng, l.4ffl.M; No. I durum,
' t : No. S durum. Il.rcat.fl.. Corn:
No. I white, 76V.75Hc; No. I whit.
Tfl7fict No. 4 while, 74'j'74o; N.
whti. Tr0Jtr; No. white, nitiUc",
No. 1 yellow, 78''&7Hc; No. I yellow,
7Va76Vic; No. 4 yellow. 7SVi57c- No. I
yellow, h'a'r: No. ( yellow, 74WMie:
No. 1 mixed, 74W74V: No. I mled,
74rf:4'c; No. 4 niled, 1titr!lic: No.
mixed, 7.1V1j74c; No. 4 mined. 73Vvti74c.
iiata: No. white. 4144v; Undard.
4TW4r: No. I white. 4V'47i4o; No. 4
white, 4Sl34c. Herlejr; Malting, 7
w; No. 1 feed.- mjo. No. i,
iS3cj No. , wiiOia.
CHICAGO GRAIM AND PROVISIONS
Pea tares t the Tr(e; t4 C1Ib
Price oa Board of . Trade. .
CHICAOO. July 10. Deplt a heavy
downward awing- at on time tha wheat
market today averaged higher. Influ
enced by a renewal of wet weather, de
laying and damaging tna winter crop.
Price cloaed firm, t to ''ao above
Inst night. Corn finished unchanged to
Vto higher, oat up HB-sto to 2'c and
provision varying from 6o decline to
Report of wheat gproutlng In the
hock and of raina Interfering with
thresher gave the bulla a decided ad
vantage to atart with, hut short seller
were unusually confident and subjected
tli market to a awtft flood of offertng.
liear made their stand chiefly on
sertions from a leading expert that th
spring crop seemed likely to enfcl or
exceed the record yield of 1911. Thl pre-
aictlon wag coupled with tha opinion
ttiatoerloua visitation of black rust ap
peared now to be Improbable.
bcerclty of country offering, except
(n tha southwest, helped to rally the
wheat market from weakness to whlcli
price had succumbed about the middle
of the s-elnn. In many case seaboard
bida hare for hard winter grades could
not be filled, arrivals were so small.
t onslileral'le attention, too, was given to
the fact that world shipments were only
a third of the total at th correapondlng
time a year ago and that a large falling
off was expeited to be shown Monday
.in the amount on ocean passage.
Unfavorable weather had a strengthen
.Ir.g effect on corn. The market, how
' ever, was swaying to a noticeable de
gree bv the action of mhest. Oats wen
In demand throughout the day. especially
by July short. The July option showed
.en advance of SV-', compared with laat
Provision were steadied by report of
export calea of lard. Another sustaining
Influence was the firmness of quotation
t'li'mng price on option:
Artlclel Open, t Ulirh.l Low. I f lose, lYe y
July. 1 ( ! Il lfls in 1 ir4
1 . rn-pt. 1 t4 1 09 1 H! 1 00V lit
j July. 7i T!S 74 7 .' 7
I Sept. 73", .74W 75V 74' . 734
July. !4Vj M U 67S 644
Kept. 17 (e S 31s fcW ITk
f f.t. IS 13 7S 1 50 IS 45 II
i - : Oct.. U M 1SI7H IS 70 1J 0 U 10
1 1 td '
, f-pt. S 10 17V, I 07V, I 10 1 07S
! Oct.. 117V, 12a $ IS I 17V, 4 15
'Tt. 474 M 0 4S $47t4j
- Mt.. I 40 I lii I I 40 I 4S
Cash Prices W beat : No -I red, li.tevin
1 Jir,; iso. 2 hanl. 41.twiatM.il. Corn: No
2 -II'jw. 7ti'ulc; No. 4 yellow, 7c. Oala
No. I white. 6"W,ifA; standard, ljir,'i,e.
Fye. No, J, ll.i. iiartev, 7i;oo, Tiumthy,
$4.?i.-aM. Clover, ji!.,iIW. I'ork. IU.50.
ljtr.t . Hlbs. 3. 'viK K7.
HrTTI.lt-fUrady: creamery. flVs'e.
Jxiiiii l.otr; rw-eipts. I!. A ea.; at
mark, a,s Included, U'ilT'; ordinary
flisls. I 1 -c; first. 1i!,:M7c.
!" TAT' 't- s Lower: re-el.t, in cars;
Virginia cot.blfra. barreled, It.SOtjl.Ji;
lutl.TK Y-AIHe, lower; fowls. lSJ
i:-Tic; spring, l.uloc.
OMAHA OtSTfrRAL MiJVKET.
Ct'TT! n-Sd I, l ib. crtons. V; No.
T. fb tubs, c.
CH I-. r.: !K I m imr led Fwlat. V-e; Amer-
ran !!, 2-; block Nwlu, Uc; twin,
1-: dUi-. Wic; triplets, lS'vjc; Toung
An,ri.a. lc: blue label brick, 17c; lim
tmrger. l-lb., 2-; Nw York -whit. lc;
lin,rfid French Roquefort, oc.
Trout, lie; wntteflah. 13c; hl
tu, li-; ct-annel tatfinh, 1..-; herring. 10;
r.uirt-u, ji,j;c; inackareU 15c; salmon,
. r ' : '-T P' TA TO K.S Kansas. $2.7$ bbl.
i CI 1 o- I. li. No. i, No. t
i -'; No I, Kc. I.lna. No. i, 2wc;
.-u . I"tfi K. . le. Chucas; No. V
1m,c . . 2 He; No. ,to.ind.:
V'c;.J'- -'-; No. a u.
rj. .No. 1, bc; No. 2, ko; No. J,
i ruit and vctnUe orrcc rvirotshed b
fj '-.-ri -ititi ii,tii;iiv
ri i ra-4 "afc-e. tvlfomU Vatepcloa.
. "'(1.14 V h.CEil ,S, I ' , l ;j
" .'uiiii tti.it, a. 1 .1 ;
. vi .-r bi l-.ii ,y; s extia, 'fa
e n Ij,jl. , i ,,, jf.j
' ' ' t'1 I'n II,
. .', -!'. tl Ml ft
rri a I'lai. f .r,l ,.
- X. 1 I . ffc,,f
-'. lour basket t-ratcs, j
j-r "'r.I-; . , ia, .,ur t-eaket .-!,
I .I-.- j,ia. t, ,-rair; Ln-rt.a. bu.t,
: i .u -r l-i l.wim. i..-iu,i,- lota.
' P" ' t u J'i-H'ie. tul ansa skq 1 r
' 1iiis. Ce,.t,.n,is, I' -.r'.irtu, sti
- . I'ia ' I rl 11', a j.r
. j-. ,,e-o. J-ul:.lM,a, fit
' '' 1 per b,.i... .. j
ii iin imit
. o per lu.
'. .r cioie
ri ..epf ruaa
1.1. 1. UJ,
ds. ivew potatnea. err per on.
bntatoea. II .S Der hamper. Nuta.
wainuta, ie per id : riiDert. lbc plr Ib.j
Hraslla. l.Vtc per In.; pecana. 12Vi per
lb.; ilmomli, per lb. 4lsoellaneniia.
II X per rase. Oracker Jark. $1.75 er half
ram. Compntn. tl per half case,
peanuts. No. 1 raw, Co lb.; Jumln raw,
7o pr lb.; No. 1 roaated, 4c per lb.;
Jumtxi roasted, c per lb. Watermelon
lVo per lb.
Nt:i-.o. 1 wainuta, Ifto lh.; filbert,
lSc lb ; Bra-ril. Wc lb.; pecana, U'ift lb.;
almond. ft. a- lb.
M I SIT.U.A N lOOt'S Crackerjsck, 11 SO
caae; H ease, $l.7t; cornpopa, 4.1.26 re;
H caae. $1 tv'.. lew nuts- No. 1 raw, So lb.;
No. 1 roaated. tc lb.; Jumbo, raw, 4o lb. ;
Jumbo, roaated, Ida lb.; aalted, till ran.
Honey. 44. W case. LI me, $1.00 basket.
Watermelon, Itoo lb.
NEW YORK UEJfHRtL MARKET
qaetatloa ( the Day oa)
an d ft lea.
NEW YORK, July SO.-FXOUR-Barely
KTB Barely steady; No. I western,
1.o;h. c. 1. f.. New York iport.
WliKAT-Kpnt, easy; No. 2 red. II. IS,
and No. Z hard, 1.1!. c. 1. f., New Tork;
No, 1 northern, Duluth. $1.11. c I. f.,
Ituffalo. future, steady; September,
COIlN Spot, barely steady; No. t yel
low, HIc, prompt shipment.
OATS not. ateadv: standard. 44 c: No.
I white, tuc.
HAyFlrm; prime, 1140: No. 1. $1.
filJTH; No. 1. II.): No. I. 11.26; shipping.
HOPf Quiet; gtate, common to choice.
191 1 crop, irUlJc; Pacific, coast, 1914 crop,
U'a'V 1013 crop. Mfllc.
Hinm-Pteaily; Bogota, llo; Central
I. IiATH Kit Firm;. hemlock firsts, 82c;
PKO VISIONS Pork, steady; mesa. in. go
fHlhO; familv, 20.Wi( 22 60; short clear,
HdiVxyUl fx), lieef. tady; man, 117 .IWiJ
17. 7S:. family. WMt'it.W. Uird, firm;
middle west. 8.!0U.20.
TAIJjtm Dul : city. 5e: country.
SfxiUc; ieciHl, te.
JIUTTKR-Htaafly; receipt S."" t'trig;
creamery extra, WOTe; firata, tBSo;
rAiOn Irregular; receipt lB cases;
fresh gathered extras, tvfttc; extra
firsts, aitaVkc; first. 18ttSc; econd.
i 11 t.T--sK steady: state wnois milk,
fresh, flat and twin, colored, specials.
14U!4Hic; do white, ia'SI4c; do colored
average fancy ' lvrlc; do white, 13V.
PUULTKY Ilva, weak; weatern chick
ens and broilers. 22c; fowls, 14c; tur
keys, lifillic. lireeeed: Quiet: western
froxen roasting rhlrkens, lMr22o; fresh
fowl Iced. 13tfl7c; freh turkey. Iced.
Corn aaa Wkeat Region Balletln.
At Omaha for the twenty-four hours
ending at a. m., 75th meridian time.
Flklav, July 40, 1816:
STATION OMAHA DISTRICT.
Temo.- Ra In
flation. High. Low. fall.
Ashland, Nob.. 44 47
Auburn, Neb... T 46
Th weather was somewhat warmer In
the southern portion of tha corn and
wheat belt during the last twenty-four
hour. Rains were general over tha
greater portion of the belt and falls nf
on Inch or moro occurred at stations In
the Omaha,' Kansas City. ft. LauIs. In
rlanapolls and Louisville districts.
1 A. VK1AH.
local forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Kaasaa CMy Grain mm PravUloaa.
KANSAS C1TT. July SO. WHRAT-No.
I hard. II.IO'ffl.40; No. I, Il.12-if1.44; No.
I red. 11.18; No. I. KOcei.lS; July, $1,16;
Feiptember. 11.01; December. I1.G4U
CORN No. I mixed, 7c: No. t 77UrT7c;
No. I white, 7c; No. I. htsuo; No. t
renow. injr; no. a, iimix.hc; July, 76WO;
September, 7He; December. 4i),o,
OATS No. I white, 60c; No. I mixed
t'TTF.R-Creamery, Tcj first. Hej
seconds, fc; parking. 14a.
fslOH Firsts. lc; seconds, 12Uc
l-OUI.TRY-Hns. livtoj roosters, loj
Mlnnengiolla Oral Market.
slINNF AItL,1S, July SO. WHEAT
auijr. i. st; nepteminer, ii: No 1 hard,
tl.46'4: No. 1 northern. l.S3ttl.; No. I
Con N No. 8 vellow, WuefTs,.,
OATH No. 1 white. 47VTr4c. -
FlyOi.'R-Declined. ' '
I lvero.l Grata Market.
I.IVKRI'OOI.. Julv -v v ir-1 t v.
Manitoba, 11 7d; No. I, 11, 4d; No. 1
northern, Duluth, tlaS'td; No. I hard wln
ttr. lis Id.
CORN Spot. American mixed uaw. I
HOPS-In London (rgclfio coast), HQ
I. I.eala Oral a Market.
PT. LOI'IS. July J0.-WHF,AT-No. I
red, l.Hall4; No. I hard, nominal;
July. I1.0S; Sentemlier, $1.0l(il.ttit4.
CORN No. I, 7H-79tie; No. I white
7IV,'5'7HtC; July, 74Hc; feptember. 7e.
OAT Ixwer; No, S. 47c; No. 1 whit.
64c; July. 64 'c; September. 16c.
NKW TORK, July SO. -COFFER Tha
market for oof fee futures opened at de
clines of 1 to I points owing to moderate
selling on large receipt In Bra, 11 and a
further decline In Rio exchange. Offer
ing proved light, however, and during
the day a ateeitler t me developed with
erslterrd tovrlng. The close wa un
ci, ar.afd t I point net higher, tfnlea,
ti begs; August. nc; Heixemi-er. lc;
October. 4.62c; November. 6iJc: Iecenibcr.
wsriuary, c. ha-; i-enrue-y, 4 7 tic
March, 4dlc; Amll. tier; lklav. HI
Mc. Spot, quiet; Rio No. 7. 7'.c:
Nil, 4. SWc.
Coal and frcUht offering) Wer un
changed to 6 points lower. Rio exchange
on lxndon Sc lower. Mtlrela price were
75 reia lower at Klo and unchanged at
NKW YORK. July 80. COTTON Kpot.
qnlrt: mlditllng uplands. Due; no ajr
Cotton futures ofried steady; October,
4"d; l"ecxniber, 9.7;d; January ,!!
Marc h. 1u.mv1; May 14 2fJ.
tVitton fvitorea closed steady: October
: Ieceniber. !.: January. I.7t-;
March, S.6c; My. 10 Kic.
otton ciosd oradv w'th prices tin-
ennneeo to p potrre net iu-r - .
LiVKlUDOL, July 30. tTTO.V-Spot.
tHdy; good nibiiilitig, 5 4i : mldi,li;ir,
6 94d; low mtditllnK, 4 vvl. Bales, lo.tix)
Oaisbs Hay Market. .
OMAHA, July n PRAIRIE ItAT
fti'Mce uidand. ill !- i II 11); No. I 4 1 3
II 5": No . iu.-ji 112 ii: No. 8. S x-i lu.io;
cb'uce midland, ir. tl$ M; No. 1. :2 fe-
JSlxi; No. t. Jlu.i""i !' t: No. 1. pi ( t Hi m;
ciii.U'e lowland. Ill '"iltl. No. 1 l OOi'J
II ; No. 8, l0fVrt9x; No. 8, 4ur:4.iV
ST RAW Chilli. wheal, 4.5tii 7.y. Non
on the market
ALFALFA No. 1 to choice alfalfa,
III t' Uuu; Nov I. ta.woH.ixJ. No. 1, $7 u
' . Metal Market.
NEW TORK. July SO -M FT A 1.8 Cop
per; Lay; electrolytic, I'.s 7i.,t 1 wi. Iron:
Ftrm: No. 1 nurlhern. I 4.7biii5 So; No. 2,
tll.6-H5 w; No. 1 southern. $14.8 n 14 75;
N I, 114 01.14 fu. Tin: lull at lM.1irt
At Ixindon Copper: Spot, 71 (a; fu
ture. 7 l-w;, elwtrolytlc. UJ Hw. Tin:
pijt, tu; futun-k, M.xi 15. Antimony,
NEW TORK. July 90 6CQAR Raw
leady; cenlrlf uisj, 4 4c; ntolasse. I kfc.
r.,riucd. eajiy; point lower; cut loaf,
6 ,cc; trunbrd, 4 mould. A, I V;
nil", 4 0t,c; XX XX powdered ;
.oirred. 4 ftn gtnnulateif. $!;
C-Miiniid A, 6 M.'; tonf. 1 luiiera' A. 6 rue;
l'jr futurea w-r q.,l.-(.r n acatterrd
Imit buying and at noun wee, a tmm
j-uiui over laat lilcht a closing.
N r V VOHK. July
i I r- !
A 1 1 1-
ntpa, nr per ttaaket; radish., tl
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
... t , .
' Cattle Receipt Light, 81 UlUal On ft
Friday Sheep Active
H0G3 -STEADY TO TEN CENTS UP
SOL'TH OMAHA. July 10,
Official Monday ...
Official Tueaday ...
Official Thureday ..
K'atlmate Krllay ...
Five day this week 12.rJ 64 241 ?7.5.
Pame days laat week. .,7ai) 4O610 41.722
Hame day 3 wk. ago.ltOU n.f4 64.440
fame days I wk. ago. .15 I7,m 472
Same day 4 wk ago.l4,87 fit.W2 4S.4
8amo day laat year.. U.500 ,676 3,
Tha following tarn t..w irw rereipt
of cattle, hogs and hcep at. outh
Omaha live tock market for ho var to
dato, a compared with lt yoar:
ntfi. 1814. Inc. Dee.
Cattle MI,W5 44H.4K1 11?.4v4 '
Hoge l.MS.2i 1.54.r9 J97.30
Sheep 1,26.').) l,2i0,412 4.414
Th following UM stiow th averag
price for hog at tha r-oi'h onm ia live
stock market for th last f 'W J-. with
De. I l14.il)4 nwiS.iltlt " Til.litH0.19'4.
7 ) I 7'.j 821 T 16
I 711 I S71
971 I 81
S3 I 4S
1 r $ Ml 7 tn
4 431 I H3
I 641 S 77
$ 641 I 771 7 47
I t4 I M
I 691 7 67
461 S i7l 7 41
44 I 6 I
7 651 4 66 I Ml 7 41
I 421 S 67
I ft I Ml
IMI M I SI
471 7 m 7
7 171 7 14
Receipts and disposition of live atock
at the 1,'nlon Stock yarda, South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at I o'clock
p. m. yesterday:
KECEi PT-CA RLOA D9.
Cattle, llog. Bheep. M r s.
C, M. A St. P
W alia ah
Missouri Paclflo ....
C. 4t N. W., cast....
C. & N. W., neat....
C, rJt. P., M. O..
('., B. A U., east....
r n a. f. ...
vjc'.,' l I. & P., eaat',.
V . , , , . . , T. .
Chicago lit West...
Totaf receipt 49
Cattle. Hogs, klheop.
MorrU & Co.i.. 18
fewlft A Co
t'udahy Packing Co.... 64S)
Armour tt Co.- 240
J AT Murnhv
Banton. Vaiisani & Li. .
F. B. Lewis
Mutton A Co
J. U. Root A Co, .......
F. O. Kellogg
II. F. Hamilton
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co....
CAT TLB RecelDt were fair for
day, 4 fresh load being reported in.
Thl brings th total for th five days
this week up to 12.091 head, which Is
over1 8,000 head smaller than for tha sam
days laat weak, but slightly larger than
a year ago. Th run hag really bean
quit moderate thl week aa compared
with other recant weeks. A large per
centage of th cattle In sight thl morning
wr weatern, quit a sprinkling of thm
from California. Th fact that tner wr
so many cattl i.n on kind on sal helped
to mak tha market father slow and
Cow and heifer wr tn very light
upp y this morning and a titer wa a
reasonably good demand they wer tha
llrat cattl in sight to chant hand,
moat everything along th Una of butcher
stock being disposed of In good season
end at price that r Just about steady
with ystrday. '
There wro no stocker or feeder of
any consequence, but th feeling on that
class of stock waa about steady.
Cornfed beef ateer were very carce.
there being only thre or four load In
th yarda and they brought price that
were generally steady with yesterday.
Western beeves were a llttl low, but
in the end practically everything waa
sold, tha general market being steady.
Quotations on entile: Good to cholo
yearling. l.4tH$.75; fair to good year
ling, $s.2fCyS 0"; good to cholo heavy
beevc. 19 . 2610 75; fair to good cornfed
beevea, I'i.S.ViiO.i; common to fair corn
fed beeves. J7 K..-'i.86; good to cholca fed
heifer, f7AV? 60; good to cholo fed
cow. H-SO-ftf if-l od to cholo graaa
heifers. 14 5(7.00; good to cholca grsas
cows, $4 i5'jt"5; fair to good cows. .6tiij
126; common to fair cows. $1754.60;.
food to choice feeders, 7.5fti4.60: fair
o good feeders, ! ( 7.50; common to
fair stocker. $i6iKi60; stork heifers,
$T..7&ie.l0: stocK cows. 4 6oaifl: stock
calves, IfLOCol-W; veal calves, lg.00O10.00;
fnt bulls, titags. etc.. t6.60$7.2t.
.Km6 4 tn
T U U
I TJ "
I t 1
t M 4
4 00 11
I M 1
,U 4 74
... 171 1 Si
... f 6
. . . 1 t tl
STOCK KHH AND FEEDFRS.
7 711 I i
4 17, 4 ii
1 40 4 M
9 T 9
14 17 1 10
suo 1 44
continued liberal, tha
run of 154 cars or
about 10.900 head be
Ing very generous
for a Friday. Total
receipts for th five day amount to
62. Ml head, being 14.000 larger than laat
week, mor than twice as larg a two
week ago, and nearly Id. (HO heavier than
a year ago. Thia week'a run 1 th
largest sim four weeks ago. I'nder
th Influence of a ' slight reaetton In
prices at Chicago, shlpiier changed their
tact I a and mad their purchase at
prlxa that were any her front stronat
lu a much as 10 higher, and even mor
lhm that in some vaaea. As a general
thing good light wer no mor than a
iilckfl up In any Instance, th moat ad
van being registered on the In-between
kinds timid lights sold a high a 17.16,
but ss wsa the esse yesterday thr was
pot much over $7.t0.
Bulk of the weightier mixed and
butcher elassca again aold largely at
i Ai;ii.30, with annia heavy packers under
and a pretty decent showing of
good liaht and light mixed stuff on up
as high aa 7.W. topa reaching 17.16.
I nder thto present uneven rondltlon
aocuracy In cotniiariaon Is next to im
possible, but generally speaking, ship
ping hogs are &iK.oc under laat wi-ek'
close, wiill packer show a full 60u do
rian as compared Willi laat fcaiurday.
The packer Had la now at th lowest
point of th year. wKil ahlpfiers still
l,av constuerablo margin over th year a
low time; they ar lh lowest alnoe
arly In April.
. I I
M I (4
. . 4 1
944 4 II
... 4 44
(.4 4 M
Mitr.r-tinetp and lmb receipts wer
fair, although baniiy a large as on muet
lllJaj of utte. Tha run of laeuty-four
tar, or 6 . ? brad as nearly Urge a
any thl week. K far tt:is week utHil-
foot up ff 4 head, a 41.7a bead a week
k. M.ei iiad to eeka ago and Is s
neaa l( year. 1 his ei ppue are
Ine i,.lirei rime the eraiom e-taou
eiHiteit. .iter a nmnth ago
li' S al -. t tli,l up tne big end of the
I p y tt.i ii, ii ii us, kii-1 a bus Urn
t;.o 1 o u-i t a. gi ai .n ua
them In pretty decent season, paying a
full quarter advance on practically
everything In th mutton line. The
biggest sal waa that of twelve car of
yearling and wether at 14.60, Quality
wa rather pooor all the way through,
nd buyer thought that taking this Into
consideration, price showed even more
advance than that quoted. Rwes sold a
high a l.40, the heat figure paid for
oine time, and aome out of the same
conalgnment a the yearling and wether
went at 1625.
Only cven car of lamb were offered.
They, too, were of pooper quality than
the general run of stuff that, has been
here this week, snd as buyers thought
they were being priced too high, nothing
was done on them until noon.
They were finally cashed a little before
noon at 14.76. which I on paper a
advance, and moat trader thought that
considering th quality they were around
No feeder bad been sold t midday,
but the continued upward trend In fat
atuff led sellers to belter that feeder
prices ought to show some ndvance.
Quotations on Hhep and iAtnha-lamiSi,
good to choice, ia.40ff4.75; lambs, fair to
good. t.ttM; lambs, feeders. 7.003
7.H6; yearlings, fair to choice, W.0OW7.OO;
wethers, fslr to choice, IA.76(26.50; ewes
good to choice, I6.WJ4.40: ewes, fair to
good. IS. 004 00.
CHICAGO LIVE! STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hogs Steady Sheep
CHICAOO. Jlllv 80 CATTI.F Recelnta.
1.0O0 head: market, steady: native be.f
cattle, 420010.25; weatern ateere, $4,454;
8.10: cows and heifers, I3.25'ii.26; calveev
HOJH Receipts. 20.000 head: market
steady to 10c higher; bulk of sale, KW(
7 00; light, 7.0ot7.70: mixed, 4 V)7.4i;
heavy, W.1O07.M); rough, $6.10425; pig.
dlllSEl' AMI I.A MBS Receipts, 14.
head; market, strong; gheep, $4.10117.00;
lamb.. $6.75ir9.. .
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, July J0.-CATTLE-R-
head: market steady tn like
dressed beef steers, 2'43 f: western
Steers, $ti.75.2.: southern steers, in 4,
860; cows, 14.507.26; heifers, $4.7Wb.60;
si.Kkers and feeders. .26fi6.40: bulls. Sa.EO
O'i 011; calves. eS OOftlO M,
HUU6-Receipt. 1,500 head: market 6c
higher: bulk of aalea. 14 2Mi7 25: heaw.
6.a.6J.96; packera and butchers. 6.S9
7.25: light. 4ROli7.a0; pigs. I4.5tvfr7.00.
flfEEP ANl LA MB K Receipt , 4.0nO
head; market 10if16o higher; lamha, 14.28
I'leM; yarllnga, 14 Wfl7 50; wethers, efi.25
i7.U): ewe. ik0u6.76; atockers gad feed
er, $3.004;. 75.
St. I.oal Live Stock Market.
ST. IX)T,'IS, July 80. C ATT LE5 Re
celpts, 1,500 head; market steady to 10.-1
hlfi-lier: riafll'A bjuif .liar. X7 MVffili 1 I
yearling steers and heifers, IS.5OW-1O.00;-cow.
$4.0ffi.fl0; atockers end feeder..
4.0fvti4.25; southern steers. KXoX: row
and heifers. 4(xii.W; native calves. 6.0)
HOOS Receipt, 4.000 hend; mark.vt
Steady; pigs and lights, $7.2iw7.70; mixed
and butcher, 17.25(7.70; good heavy, 14.75
eiMBjar" AND I,A M B8 RecelDt. - 1.600
iirmvi , i. ink uri , muiK'TlS aiiTTH
Il.otstfti.n0; lamb. $8.0OyS.60; breeding ewe,
15.60427.26. . .
U.A' V. 1 n 1. . ..........
Bloajg City 1.1 ve fttoek Market.
BIOUX CITT. Ia.. July 80.-CATTLE
Receipt, 600 head; market steady; na
tive steers, t7.004iv.50: cow and heifers
mlkjs Receipts, 4.600 head; market:
Steady to 20c higher; heavy, 14 Kg(.W,
mixed, 4 0fv4 SO; light, $5.81X34.00; bulk :
of ales, .0034.60, . . I
BHhiEP AND LAMBS Receipt gr 203
St. Josepk Lly Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., July I0.-CATTLK-Receipts.
2O0 head: market ateadv: sierra
I7.604i.90; cows and helierg, $4.2oJ.60, I
HOJS Receipts, $.000 head; market j
higher; top, 17.26; bulk of sales. 16.50 a
8HBEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 30)'
head; market steady; lambs, $8.0001.75. '
Lira Stock In Slgkt.
Receipts of llva stock at the ttvm nrin.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
St. Louis ,..
1.000 4I.S00 2,400
New York Money Market.
NTW TORK. July WX-MERCANTILE
PAPER 8fi per cent
STERLING BXCHAN'OE-60-day bill.
$4.71: demand. $4.710 cables. $4.77
SILVER Bar, 470; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Tlilra LOANS Strong: 40 days, t per
cent; 90 days, 14 per cent; six months.
llt'fiMi per cent. . .
CALL MONET Steady; high, $ per
cent; low, 114 per cent; ruling rat, 1
per cent; laat loan, I per cent; closing
bid, 1 per cent, offered, I per cant.
Oil it Roaln.
SAVANNAH. Qa. July S0.-TCRPEN-TINH1
Ftrm, te4c; saiesi 64 bbls.; re
ceipts, tni bbls.; shipment. 17$ bbla;
Stock. 22.967 bbla . rue-.
ROSIN Firm; sale. ISO bbl ; receipt!.
L?s5 bhla.; ahlpmenta. 1.634 bbls.; stocks,
60,207 hbls. Quotations: A, B. 12 0; C.
I), 12.90; E. $i.00: F, l3.07Hfr3.10; O. $3.1K
I l24j; H. I, IS UV4: K. 13 46; M, $4.09; N.
$4.90; W(J. $5 80; VTW, 5.90. ' '
Dry Goods Market.
NFW TORK. July VI DRY fJOODS
Wool market ruled firm today. Carpet
wool were acarce. Cotton good wer
steadier and yarna wer quiet. Ready-to-wear
line gr moving alowly for (all. .
Bank Clear 1 age.
OMAHA. July $0. Rank clearings for
Omaha today were 12,414,436.83, and for
tha 00 rr ponding day last year, 12,302.-
Western Armies Are
Simply Marking Time
LONDON, July . Except for th
capture of a new German position tn th,
Vosges thar has bean relatively calm
on th western front from th sea to
In th Italian war theater th Aus
trian and Italians ar still battling for
supremacy, with both sides claiming
A belated report tell of a recent de
feet of th Turk by th British near
Nairiyh. Asiatic Turkey, Iq which tha
Ottoman force loat 1.609 men In killed,
wounded or prisoner and larg guppll
of war material. Th British oaaualtl
wer $64. 105 having been killed and th
others reported 41a wounded or mlaalog.
Arrive at Plymouth
8T. JOHN. N. B . July 80,-Th gtaam
hlpa Hesperian and Herachel. carrying
thre rcglmanta of Canadian mounted
rifle, numbering l.suO men and 450
horses, on their way to Join tha British
force In th field, bav arrived aafaiy
at Plymouth. England, according to cabl
dispatches received today. Til man war
sent out from Quebec
ASSERTS BECKER NEVER
OFFERED TO PLEAD GUILTY
ALBANY. N. T.. July -Cherle
Becker nsver mad. gt direct orfer to
plead gull'y to murder tn th second de
gree and never offered directly to Int.
plleata other tn graft .zposurea. Oov
rnor Whitman daclared tonight ea its
return from Poughaeepala.
"I don't wUh to say ruor. about a man
condemned to die. Thl man If guilty.
Ther is not th. slightest doubt about It.
It J wa th moat perfectly proven case
hi the annals of criminal history.-
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Trading Characterised by Less Ex
travagant Speculation in War
BUSINESS VOLUME SMALLER
NEW TORK. July 10-The trading
in the sleek market today was char
scterlied by Im extravagant appel
lation In war Issues. Yesterdav'a violent
l&cJ",r,on fanned traders to proceed more
cautiously nnn me outside demand fell
off. The InstMhllltv of thee atnek. at tha.
high level established on the week's
bulge was shown by their erratic- fluctua
tion today. For the moat part they helj
pntll thu high record mado yeeterday,
but they did not retain the prcatr part of
their recent large gains. The volume of
business diminished from the exceptional
figures of the- two preceding days,
amounting to 650.OU0 shares.
At th opening efforts ts resume tho
upward movement met with temporary
success. On the oarly rlae :ire wer
fcaln of 6 point In Bethlehem St"e4,
In Crucible Fteet, J In American Coal
Products, snd I or 4 points In UepuSllc
Ftcel, Allle-Chalmers. West InKhm iee
Electrlo snc" other. The changed attl
lud toward these harea. however, wa
shown quickly. Large offering wore
made at the highest fla-ures snd there
was a reaction. Thereafter th" market
wss unetTieo. frequently r.hanginir in
tone Hd although good advances were
enowTj oy or tns snec.tnlllea. at the
close he market did .lot again attain the
iniiiouir 1 1 gi i res or tna rirat hour.
A the position of tho Industrials be
caHe more uncertain the railroads began
to iome to the fore. The demand for
thnSs stocks Increased and under the lead
nfNeadlng a number of atibstintlal nd
v,'.!es ere achieved. Later there wero
rj.tsslona, bjk! especially among the
wi rn lailroads. 8t. Paul waa heavy
y0lK to the reduction In tho dividend
I'cv.wlgn exchange rates on all center
tj.wmI declines today. French, snd
.n rtes were particularly heavy.
W reached a new low mark at 4.40
A demand. France brought 5.71.
i m"1 developed In the bond market
x-viaterlal advance wori record-.xl
convert Hile issues. Totil sale.
If I n 1 1 a
Ptate bond wero unchanged
I 4Bll4ir. I Itwjr. tl AV J . I T. sTkmsja, . T "I fk -) -. . V- V M "V I I i-sT 4T 111! . V ,j . B . II
est Clothes From
Makers at Rock-Bottom Prices
The higheBt grade of suits, trousers, etc., are "solcTin our men's clothing
section. It does not matter whether, your expenditure is high or. low, you will
be satisfied. v- - ..' : ' -
Drop in and let us show tcu our Scotch, English, rough mixtures and worst
ed weaves, in greens, browns, grays, tans, checks, plaids and the new broad
stripes; all the models that are so popular this year. , . ' .
Values Ranging From $10.00 to $25. 0Q at
$5.00 to $ 10.00
In all colors and sizes,
from 33 to 50. Our
stock, contains suits for
men of all heights and
shapes; patch pocket
models and the classy
half Norfolk effects.
Saturday at $5.00
On Lot ef M.n'g Cord.d Mad
raa, Mull, Llnan and Nainsook
Athletic Union Suit Broken
lotg that are worth up to $1.50.
Spcla41y priced, Uf
1,800 Mn'g Summtr fthlrt
Both collar attached and neck
band gtylea; all neat patterns,
but not aU alzea In every pat
tern. Regular 11.60 f 1 f f
1,2o4 Mn'g Negligee and Golf
shirt Broken lota of our regu
lar It valuet; all elxea, 14 to 13.
Divided In two lots, at
65 Doien Msn'a Pine
Silk rour.ln.Hand Tlee
to 60c, Saturday,
Choice of Any Panama, Bangkok
or Leghorn Hat Saturday
Men's tOc Silk Hats. SOc Men's
led 71c value, on. I from
.yC 1 Saturday 4Jt
Number ef sslr and
stork, vers ss tolloes:
leading quotations ea
Hales Itlsh. Ivr Close.
I. Jon i4 im
7, -0 t;x, M
It am, la, M
l,4 7 7IWt "1'4
4O0 -2'4 1111, l?m
an-i n Mu, m4
8. a 101 i(ii
.ni 7u, 7i
l.;m KH MVt S
l.P 1114 1 14
II. 14 14." 144H
4 701 41 4IS 41
i.yv 4114 404 4014
son 11', lis il
llo u ' XI
lone , 44
ll.4 41 H ID
IWI 171, MH My,
) 24'4 4 JUS,
4 4 4 176 174 171
10 Hi 117 1174
14.104 41 40 40
700 (1, 41 S 'IS
7X4 71 7'4
94.0011 US iOUj 1
900 1414 14X14 11314,
1,04) 144 I4214 1"H
. . . . in
tn T4 7 7414
2.onn Its r n
nn It 114 IS
t.ooe 21, 1.4 114
tOO 121 170 111
900 l4 414 UI4
404 1414, 14V, 14S
l.roi tn m x
L600 42 S 60 1014,
. l.00 107 "4 1044 104",
1.104 10114 (M 7v
9.100 xxv, t1 t:
144 14XV4 14XV,
12.70) 44.4 4tv, 42 j
. 7.404 S: KH Lii
l.re ui us hi
A tasks Cold
Amrlrs hwt gssar
Amerlraa am 4 tf..
Anwrlrsa ft. a H.. rfd..
Amwrlraa Pacar Rcflnlnt-
Amirkin Tl. 4 T1
A merir, n Totierre
Bslllmore a Ohl'
Rrnoklr Rapid Tranilt..
rhrMpeaks a Ohio
t'hlcaso, OreaC Wistera..
hi.. MM. . Ft. Pant...
rhiraso a Northwestera. .
relorado Jial Ik Iron....
(viorsilo a -Houthnn
Ienvsr 4 Ttl. rtnA.,.
Denver HiriS Pf....
rHMIIIara' aecuit.le ....
General Klertrle ,
Oret Northern. If4
Orat Nortbern Or etft.
IntarborouKh Met. pfd...
International Honrsrtsr. .
Kansas Otr Southern....
ton I nllls a Nashville...
M lml Coppar
Mn . Kan. Tsx
New York ('antral
1 N. T.. N. H. H
I Norfolk 4 Western
Nort horn Pacifis
Varlfle Tol. Tal
Ray Con. ' Copper
Hapublte Iron & Steel.,
Roek laland "
Hork Island Co., nfd...
St. K AS. F., Id pfd.
Southern Railway l.re
1 fiir.y. M li.tr,
Men's Summer Furnishings
Clearing Sale of Man'
hat tan and Other
. High Grade Shirts .
All $1.50 Manhattan ' ' i
Shirts, at.' . 1.0
All $2.00 Emery Shirts,
All $2.00 Manhattan a g
Shirts, at. fl.vO
All $2.50 Emery Shirts, g
All $2.50 and $3 Man- a 0j-
hattan Shirts, at I.yD
All $3.50 to $4 Man- aa nr
hattan Shirts, at. . . i?.0D
All $3.98 Silk Shirts,
All $5.00 and $5.50 Silk aa oc
Shirts, at ?4J.0D
All these fine hats which we have sold all sea
son for from $5 to $10 will be reduced Saturday'
to the one price of $3.65. The first on hand will
et the better choice.
Saturday your unre4 trie ted choice)
Straw flat in our entire stock, in
eluding Javas, Porto Ricans, Sen
nits, Split Braids and Rough
Straws that have been selling at
$2, $2.50 and $3; choice Sat, at.
Straw Hata, worth I Boys' and
75c to $145, A C I 11-25 and
Texas I "umpanjr
I nlon Parlfle po.
t'nlted tiBlea Pleel
t'nlted "tat, ftee pfd.
1.904 HH 871
14100 ijs ins
4. ce 1
4.7"B 74S . 6IS,
Total for the day iro.Ono ihare
InsproTenaeat Shown In Dere'
meat of Week. f will
NEW YORK. July .-Bradtreer'
say 1 yibustibles
Activity In Iron aral steel co.till oper-
contlnued, lmprovem,)it In Ind'tiuleter labor
atlons, diminished Idlsr.ieae. a' orders for
situation, a steady Ilow.ney, soma Im
munitlona of war and n fin crop news
provement In collections," as to escellent
and growth In optimised out In marked
business this fall, sta'f midsummer quiet
contrast to reports o slackness In Indus
in Irado circles and " "Pon war order,
trials not de'pendlrit is later than normal
The crop moviior''l"4t are still .small,
and export of guying has not really
Although fall iMrth western centers report
opened some. nr'TocL Retell trade helped
gains in this r bv clearance sale has
in ome place! weather at the west
been checked byTS'rid on the whole It Is
and southwest, fiormtl. Activity tn ma
probably below rhlc and foreign account
chinerv for dome2r,,rrie work Plnts.
is reflected In ovea for the week, 18.02$,
Rank clearanceaT 7 Pr cent from last
7,0f0. a decrease ok
LONDON, July SO - S tock m
Amerlcnn section af the- sTHy tcV
day wan confined irinctrTAa'ed V'nlted
ut iles 8teel. The market e.'v1 ybff early,
but Inter reacted and close steady.
SILVER Par. 22 7-14d per 'ounce.
MONKT 4r4i per cent. '
DISCOUNT RATiS-Phort bills, eH per
rent; three month. 61614 r.er cent.
for young fellows and
men of more matured
build.1 Very light in
weight and cool and
comfortable on. these
hot, sultry days. 4.3.00
values, pair - -
I i lllsitil.k .lal
Our former :prlces 2.50 to J56.SO, re
duced to $1.88, $2.98 , ao no
and . i . . .... ... . . . 1 JpaJ.ycS'
Men'e - Bathing Sultg Mostly
samples; both . one-piece and
two-piece aultg. Cotton ribbed
nd : fine - all-worsted ' : Jersey.
Value-to $3; at 49c tf l fQ
B5c and ...... .....ipl.yo
One Lot ef Men's 811k Striped
pongee ana Madras- Psjami
worm to 3, i
Men's LI! and Silk Fiber Hoe
Worth to 25c, ' 1 r;
125 Dozen Men' Llal
In all colors; worth to
19c; sale price, pair
19 Doxen Men's Muslin - and
Crepe Night Shirts Worth to
1 1.2 , cpecial.
Odd lots men's, boys' sad
children's Hats Q
and Caps, earh.. JC