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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, ' JUNE 16, 1916.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
tw. '- ..... .
Wheat Demand it Good and the Ke-
Nceipti Improve But Pricei"
''V Run a Cent Lower. v
COSH BULES :CNX ; HIGHER
Omaha, June 11, ltll...
There waa an excellent demand for both
wheat and eont today and tH receipt of
these Iwo cereal ihowml conelderable- .Im
provement. Th talk of th aalea of wheat,
however, wre made . at lower pricea, the
market belnn quoted generally from lo to
lHo lower. Moat of. the No, I hard wheat
old around Mf$9(c, only a few cara of
better quality selllfff ae kith -aa ic. '
Corn waa atronf and ruled from lo lo
lHc higher. ' ; : . - .
The oata market waa doll, -but the re
ceipt ware very light and taally ..applied
a rather weak eaah. demand.
Rye and barley war Quoted at-pn-rhanged
pricea. ; . ..;.
Clearance were: ""Wheat and flour equal
to l,t4S.00 buhle; corn, M.OW buabela;
oata. ftflo.oOft buaheia.
Mwrpool doae: Whagt. Id to Id lower;
' vom, 3d lower.'- '
Primary wheat receipt were tSS.OOo buih
efa and shipment 424,000 buehele, agalnat
receipt of ,4U,609 buabela and shipment
of 366,000 buehela -laat year.
, Primary corn reeelpta were 170,000 buih
r!a and shipment 470.000 bushels, against
eveipu of 421,000 buehele and shipments
t M,et iiushala last year. ,
Primary oata receipts word 414, 000 trash -and
shipments iai.000 bushels, aaalnst
nueipt of 331,000, bushels and shipments
ws inunvii uui year.
Wheat Corn. Oata.
shad, ttfc; Bpanleh msckered, 10c; red anap
per, 14c: yellow ptke. 14c; flounders, 11c;
blue bass. HftJJc: vrapplea. 1314c; had
dock. Uc; sunfltsh. lo; Jumbo white Ash, J 2c.
Smoked; per lb.: White, Ifco: kippered, He;
flnnan haddlrs. He. Head lees shrimps, per
gal., $1.3b; peeled, IS; fresh lobsters, green,
30c; boiled, 33a. Progs, Jumbo. I2.0, me
OT8TKH& cneaapeaKa, per gai: stand
ards, 11.00; aeleota. $1.30; counts, 31. 06.
CKLERT Mammoth. toe per down: me
dium, 60s par dos-i small, 40o: Florida, per
BEBP CUT8 NO. 1 rtba, xo; NO.
rtbs. lfc: No. 3 rtba. lie. No. 1 loins, lie:
No. 1 loins, lie; No. I loins, lHc. No. 1
hueks, llo J No. I ehucka, llUo; No. I
chucks, 13c No. 1 rounds, 17 Ho; No. t
rounds, lTtto) No. I rounds, No. 1
plates, lOKovNo. I plates. 10c; No, I
Fruit and vegetable quotation furplahed
by the QUllnaky Fruit company; .
EW. YORK STOCK MARKET
In.Doldrami During Greater Fart
of the Day's Irregular
DEALINGS OF THE SMALLEST
St. Loal, ...
Thees Bale, were reported today:
Wheal No I hara winter. I nr. Il.l).
Nil. I hard winter, 4 cara, lie; I can, lltoo;
i can. ISc; 4 can, llc; i can, 14c; I
can, IIHc; 1 aar, lie. No. 4 hara winter,
1 car, lie; I ears, 'lie: . I can. loo; 1 car,
Ho; can, lie; I can, lie; 1 car, ITVic;
1 car, 14c. No. I ..Hun. I can, 11.01. No.
I durum, I can, llo. ,No. I mlacd, 1 oar,
Itkie 1 car, tic I car, llvto. No. 4 mixed,
1 car, 10c. --' -
Rye No. 4, 1-1 car, lie.
Corn No. whit., I ears, 11c No. I
white. 1 ear, 71 Ho. No. I white, 1 car, 11 He;
1 car, TO He. No. I yellow, I can. II Ho.
No. t yellow, 1 car, 71e; can, Tic. Sample
yeuow, i oar, net i car, fee; no. mixed,
1 car (near yellow?, Tie; I can, Tic. No.
mixed, t car, Tie; 1 car, TZo; I can, TIHe;
1 car TOHo. No. I mixed, I car, TOc, No.
I mixed. 1 car,' lie; I can. ITci 1 ear, 4c.
Sample mixed,'! car (wheat mixed), Tie; 1
.Oata Standard, 1 ear, llo. Nb. 'Swhlte,
fear. IT Ho; 1-4 car. ITe. No. 4 white. 1
car, IToi 1 car, ll8ampl, white, I dare,
live. ' ins-... . '
Chlearo eloelht prices, furnished The Bee
or lokm et Bryan, atocK ana gram ecoaere,
eie aoutn gixteenia atreext
I Upon, lillh. Low. Cleee.
lOIH-H 1 0IH 101 10l H
104OH ' I OIH oi
101-04 IHIi lltH I )
TJf !T!I ,1H T!H
T04)H . f -11H 71 H T1H
llteVH , l:t .i jo
wen " iih n -'t 'nv4
It N . II S II Tl It Tl
tl II ' It It II 10 It 17
It II it II . it ti II 71
It 11-11 II. If 11 10 li,k
II tf II 17-16 11 It II 11
It B0 II 10 II 00 11 It
' Omaha Caeh Prleee Wheat: No. t hard,
lctHl.00: No. I hard, ll)Mc; No. 4 hard,
lttlci No. I aprlnf, .tl.o1.0l; No. I
oprlni, ITowlloJ) No. 1 durum, lie lie;
no. aurunv xioizc. ;traf: no. x. white,
71 H9T!c; No. t white, 71Ht71,ci No. 4
white, 70tte)TlHO! No. I white, 7071Hc;
No. I white, MHOTOHe: No. 1 yellow, 71H
Wllci No. I yellow, Tl7IHc No. 4 yellow,
TIHdMIc: No. I yellow, Tld)TlHc; No. I
yellow, 7011c No. I mixed. 71 H 071c; No.
I mixed, 7H71o; No. 4 mixed, i070Hc;
. no, ft mtxea, f,HV7oe; no, o mixea, its
to; Mdnple mixed, tlv7lc. Oats: No. t
white, lIIHc; atandard, 1744 011c: No.
I white, I7H Vl'He; No, 4 white, II H0
lie. Barley: Jialtlnff, 4IC.7BC; no. 1 teed,
Utile Bye: No. 1, I0llc; No. 1, 11010c,
CetlCAOd OKA1.N A!tO fKOVISIONS. '
Chicago, iun 'lS,--7emplelnw ;f' excel
Ive rata ht'Mlnneaojta.dld a good deal to
lift wheat valuee.ater the 'market' today
had touched the leweet prlcee yet (or xhe
111! crop. Tne eioae wee unaelltad, but ,
Ha net higher, with July at 11.1101.01,
and September al 11.01. Corn (Intoned H0
IUC up, oat at He decline to Ho advance,
: and provtalona varying (rem l-Ha decline
to a riee o( TH ... .... ' . ,
. Notwithstanding that the wheat market
had recentfy euHorad a decline ot, II .centa a
huahel. pricea today, plunged, ellll lower, in
fluenced largely by a frnah breaff In Quota-
ttea. Irom Uvernool. Ht.rtah eatlmalee .oh
the 'World'e available, aupply. of. broadatulto
tended aleo to. weaken valuea,'. aa the brob
able aurplue la the .United Statea on July
1. waa (Igund at I11,000,0 huahela, the
largeat total In yaan. However, when to
day'e setback In prlcee had widened to more
than a oeat beyond prevloua loeaea, oplnlena
began te ahew eigne ot a decided change
. (avorlng the bull aide ol the market.
- Aeeorttene that two foreign tovernmenta
Wore Inquiring for export wovn at. the
American aeebeard tulpta to rail, he,t
-prloea hen after the early' decline, luly
wae mentionea aa one would-be purchaser,
.Liberal ahlpplng ftajea gave atrcnglh to
iOorn. tho market waa alao bulllahly alfecled
by the amallneaa of reo.lDta. In oata Iradlna.
the 'July option hardened, with eorn. Other
dellvotlea were eaa sa account of favorable
, orop reporia,
Advanced Srlcea on hoaa .made the era.
Melon market average higher. Activity waa
eoieiir id nee. . , -
Chicago Caen Prleee Wheati N.
tt.MH; No. I red, 11.09; No. I hard. 11.01 H
eri.e.?,; nn. naro, H.e Vll.101 H, Corn
.' No, I yellow, 7l07IUo; No. I yellow, aoml
nail No, 4 white, TlHo. Oale: No. 1 white,
UH0IOtoC standard, 4OH041HC, Rye.
tiornlnal. Barley,. tltilOe, Seedal Timothy,
ll.tl0t.OI: clover, l7.IO01l.il. Provltnens!
.Porn. til.eO0ll.7l; lard, lll.il) rlbe, lu.7
BUTTER Loweri creamery. llOlan,
' BUOS Reeelpta, 10,114 caaea; market'kn.
POTATOES Lower; old reeelpta, II can
new, t. can: i.saa, Araeneee ana Ukla
noma gacked Triumphs, 11.1001. 71; Virginia
POULTRY Live, higher; fuwla, llo.
NBW YORK UKNKRAL MAHKKT. :
Qnetatioeui of the Day ea Varioaa Com,
v. ...V'.i: audlllea. ",''..".'
- 'New Terh. Juno H. rLOUR Qultt. '
"rWHEAT Spot, firm; No. .1 durum,
IT.lf H I o. i naror 11. HH; No. 1 north
ttn, Duluth, 11.41 Hi No; 1 northern, Uanl
, toba. 1.1I4, all It b. afloat, ruturea
' nominal. - - .
- tXiRN Spot, tttong; Nc. yellow,' II He
J, J. t. iew lore.
' HAV Barely alosdj; prime, tl.loai.lt
No. I, 11.11; No. I, 11.4001.11; No. a, 11.10
i. : anipping, 11.1eu1.1a.
. HOPS steady';, atate, common to choice,
nil, 12010c; Mil. 107c; Paclflo
lilt. 11011c: Pacific coast, toioc
HIDES firm; Bogota, 19014c; Central
. amenta, ic.
-' , LJSATHKR Steady) hemlock. lints. Ic
. ; eeronda 14c. -, ' , .
.. rROVISIONSr-ferk. steed meae...t3I.OO
. ,.; israuy, lil.najll.oo; abort clear,
t.l.kCOU te. . Beet, earala bteadvc imeaa.
,. H7.le01l.OO; fatally, tn.OO0lo.Oo., Lard.
Heaay; miauie. weal. fJi.svcyis.oe.. ,
TALLOW-lteady; cHy, Ic, nominal
country. IH0loi gpaclal, IHo.. .
BUTTER kt.sdj; reoelpta, 10J174 tuba
market unchanged,' .v . ; ,
EtMls Irregular ; ncelpta, JI.I07
-'i CHKEBB JTIrm; reeelpta. 4,111 boxes
market unchaagedi.atverase, (anay,.. Iefc0
lOULTRT tlve, hrmr broilers. 11013c,
leghoma, 14011c: (owls, -lie: -turheya lie.
' ureaaed, quiet: kronen, 10011c; fowls, II H
-7e; cateaena. Hayxie; turaeya, gio,,
' ' v OMAHA (iEXERAI. MARKET.
,' tTh.Usala rrleee tar Prudoue Charged by
New Torn. June II. Tha market waa In
the doldruma during the greater part of to
day's Irregular aeatlon, dealings tapering
off tb the amalleat total of recent weeka
Tnden proceeded with greater caution. In
view of the . uncertelntlea aurroundlng the
railway labor eltuatlon end affalrt In Uex
ico. The continued abeence of public or
Investment Inquiry waa another decided
Pricea ncelved their Initial reversal In
the forenoon, when extensive offerlnga of
Anglo-French war bonda cauaad a decline
oubetentlal fraction of a point. The
heaviness of this lesue was the more In
explicable from the faet that .much of
tha foreign newa waa distinctly helpful
to ttte entente allies' cause. It waa re
garded aa being not unlikely that liquida
tion of these bonda waa Induced- to an
extent by the 'belief that other and prob
ably more attractive foreign ioana ark soon
to be offered here.
Copper aharea, which ao largely monopo
lised yeeterdey'e opentlone, were oompara-
vely Inactive, but ruled, for the moat part
at or near beat quotatlona, Inaplratlon com
ing wlthtn a amall fraction or lie record
price,- but tha aino Issues yielded to amall
tranaactiohe. Molon made further recov-
from the weakneee cauaed by the
abandonment of the big merger, WHIye
Overiand and the Maxwell Isauee ahowing
decided residence to preaaure.
Intercat in war eharee waa temporarily
revived by the activity and atrength of
CratclUe Steel and Proceed Steel Car, hut
otber monltlona. oqulpmenta and epecial-
tiee . of kindred charecler heattated -with
almOefe eaual dlelrlbutlon of nominal
gains and lessee. Mexican Petroleum made
a aubatantlai recovery at one time, but the
uncertain conditions attending property in-
tareata la , Mexico continued to militate
gamut activity In aharea of that da.
acriptlon. - -
or a 1 the leaden, unitea Btateo sieei
exhibited greatest ateadlneee,- hovering about
Ha recent beet price. Betnienem atoei
mode an advance of IH polnta, rgainlng
that much of ita quarterly, dividend of
H nor cent. Ralla, eloept for canadiana.
were lethargic, Louisville's gain of the pact
week being explained In the restoration of
the regular rata of dividend. .. '
Total aalea ox atooaa amouoteu io e.v.vvv
aharea ' ,. v
Honda were Irregular, with total aalea,
par value, 14.410,000. Panama coupona la
advanced H and the regietered IH Per cent.
Number ot aalea ana quoiatione on leaoioo
etoeke were: - -
11, see rsra si H, .in
1,1,00 l4 47 - 7I
1.000 II 10 ' 40 H
l.tOO 71 71 H 7'.'H
1,400 IIH 17 H 17 H
400 111 111" 111
100 110H 104 110H
1,100 IIH I4H 14 H
11,400 IIH IIH ' "H
1,400 10IH 101 100
l.oue .sue, ss .
ll,. oi, eiH
BUTTCT4 Ne. 1 oreamery, ta cartong or
tuba, llo; No. 1, lift. ... . .
POULTRY Broilers, alive, under . two Ike.
2lu; bona. liHc; epeotal rooatan and alaga.
lie; avnnga, 10c; geeee,. lie; ducks. 140;
' turkeys, lee; Old tome, too; eapona, llo;
gutneaa, tie; aqaabe. ILM 04.00 per due.
pigpona. tl.ee per sea
' "i CHEESe ImperteeV Swlae, 40e; demeette.
c; block, jee; twina ilHcl dalaleo.-17HO
trlpleta, ITHc: Young America, lie: blu,
iabel. brick, -lie; ilmburger, lie: Imported
french Beqquetort, lac;' New York
white, lie, ',.,'..'.. - ;.
riHH rreeh. per Ib.l fatfl.h, lie; carp,
trout, lac; -roe.-ahad, - lie;,, halibut.
flo; sue re nodtub, 17e; buck
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Show Little or No Change,
Bein? About Steady Sheep
Slow to Quarter lower.
E06S STRONG TO. FIYE HIGHER
Offlrlal Monday S.I.S
Official Tuesday I, B0.
Official Wfdnemlay . , 4,712
Kstlmate Thumday '.. 3, B00
Fours day thla wk U.731
8a me days last week.. II, 110
Same days t weeks agoll.360
Same days I weeks agol 1,007
Same days 4 weeks agoll.&.l
Hame days last year. .U.Htii!
The followlna- tabla ihowi tha reeelnta
of cattle, hogs and ahei at the South
fmsha 4v Btocfc market (or the rear to
date as eernp-r-d with last year.
Itli. 1S16 Inn - rvn
Cattle .... 664,411 419.111 S8.2II
Hoga 1,711,61 1,0.SS 101,777
8heet 114,414 I4S.M7 ...... 14,163
The folio win ta.bl ihnwi the a.V(raa-
prlcoe of bogs at the Omaha )lv stock
market for tha l&at taw da.va. with com
Date. ItU, 11116. 1114.11113. IIIU.IIIU.
Jun I., I .4a 9l i SO I 17 6 76
June i. t II 11 . II I 74,
June l.f U I 11 I II T 41 6
June 4 , I II f 16 II T 16
June I I f T 41 I 14 I II T 31 6 11
June I. II e I 4 t 31 7 tl I II
June 7. 0m T 41 I 37 T 41 I It
June I I 19U 7 42 T 11 T 44 I 13
June t. I 11 T 41 7 10 I 27 I 11
June IV I 17 7 41 7 17 I II 7 46 6 II
June 11 7 IG 7 15 I 47 7 43
June IX. I 1t 7 17 I 03 I 63 7 31 I
June 13. I 11 I 00 I 69 7 31 I 71
June 14 iZ 7. 14 I 66 7 36 I 71
June II 7 16 T 16 I 47 7 43
Reeelnta and dlanoattlon of liv atnrk at
m union moc a xaraa, umana. tor iwonty
four Boura ending yeaterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C M A SL P....
C o N. W east....
A N. W.. wat
C, 8t. P.' a M. a O.,
Ct, B. 4 Q., east
C B, A Q west..,.
C, R. I. P., east..,.
C, R. At P.. west.i,..
Itllno a antral
Chicago Oreat West..
Total receipts ...102 171 21 2
Cattlfl. Hon Hhosii
etiwna at lb...
Hwlft and Company..,.
Cudahy Packing Co....
Schwarts A Co
Lincoln Packing Co
South Omaha Pack. Co.
w. a. vaaaant Co,.,,.
Hill at Hon.,
V. B. Lla :
J. n. Bulli
Am. Beet Sugar.,,
American can ....
Am. Car A P
Am. Locomotive . .
Amer. Smelt A Ref,
Amir, Sugar Ri. .
Amer. Tel. A Tel..
Amen Z., L, A 8. .
Halt. A Ohio
Brook. Rapid Tran.
Cal. Petroleum ...
Central Leather . .
Chesapeake A Ohio
u m. oi. r..
Chicago A N. W...
C. H. I. A P Ry.
Chlno Copper .... 1,400
Colorado F. A I... 0
Com Products Aef. 1,600
Crucible Steel .... 20.100
Distiller' Hscur. . . 1,400
Distillers' Ssourlt's, 1,0O
fcrle ...vie. 1.700
General Electric... . 100
at. North, na...
Ot. North. O.. cflS.
uinois central 4uo
Inter. Can. Corp. 1,100-
K. B. Routhern....
Kennacott .Copper.. 13,109
ouisviiie m iNasn,
...... . . ' At
ls.ooo itik "i-. n
.... .. , ,. 21
200 177 '4 ITS "4 17C
1,200 66H 6 1 H
7,100 66 44 MS
1,100 100 100 100
400 1194 110 ' 110
1,200 20 20 20H
41 (, t'i
III 111 111 111
Hlatnl copper ....
M-, - K. T., jfd.
Montana' Power ...
Nevada Cooper ..
N. V. Central..
..... ... '. , ii
l.lOI IIH III,
aiu i a u is - i.
1.700 107 ti 1CH 101
Tt-xa. Company . . ,
. . Si-
iik 11 3
.a as -
N. T.. N.-H. A H.. 14,101 1114 Ilia II
Norfolk A Weetern 1.100 114 131 111
Northern Pacific. 1,101 llitt 1141, 114
Faclflo Tel m Tel. 11.101 40te
Pennaylranla 1,409 11
lay Con. CoDDer.. 4.100 1144
neaatng at.ieu tvsa iv.
neo. -iron at ateei. sou tse
BhaUuck Aria. Con 1.401 Hit
l.ioo 1144 II II
1.100 lit, llti II ti
i.rwe l.x 1st - ill-
1,110 47 te IS - 41
III lllti 111 . Ill
1.400 111 la 11IU 111
nlen Pacific nfd. . 100 .. il
U S lnd. Alcohol 100 111 111 ill
U 8. Steel.,.,,.. 14,101 11 1111 II
U S. Steel pfd,,. 100 III ' 111 117
inah Copper 1,701 14 114 II
naoe.n pia a ., ee is xae, H
Weetorn Union ... .... .-. 14
Weal. Bleclrlc.... 1.C0O 11 11 utZ
Total aalai for the day, 410.000 Aharea. ;
" Jf.w Verk htoaae Mark..
New fork. Juno II UERCANTILK fA.
PEBIla per cent. ' ,
BTER1.INU GXCHANOB Slaty-day tllla,
14.71 i dsniand, 14.71 11-11; cablea, 14.711,,
, stbtait-aar, - as njc; , neaican aoilarai
lltec ., .
TIMS LOANS SteadJ: elaty and ninety
days, 1 14) ISt per oenti alk monlha, !
44 per cent. ,
CALL MONET Plrml high, I per cent;
low, I per cant; ruling rate, 1 per oenli last
loan, 1 par cent; eloelng btd, I nor oontt
offered at 1 per tent ,
U. B. la. ref, rag lit! L. N. n. (a.. , II 14
do, coupm .... Hi M K A T lat 41 71
n. -n. as.- rcg. ,iM54 aio. rac. con ea.iDl
U. 8. 4.. Kg... 110 N. Y, C. deb 4.1)3
a., coupon ,..iivir. i, uuy ,v,aV4
Am. Sralta 4a. . .1(1414 'N. T., N. H. A
Am, Tel,, Tel H. ce la'. .,,11)114
Analo-Krenbh la 11 No. Paclflo la -.44
Atrh. gen 4a. .,,.11 Ore. 8. L. ref 4e 11
Belt. A O. 44. ..lit, I'ao. T. a T. -M. 100 44
Beth. SL ref. Is. 101 Penn. Con 4t,o..!0tt
Cent. Pacific 1st 11 Penn. gen. Itae.lllt.
Chee. A Ohio c Reading gen 4s 11
taa ......... itst. l. a s. r.
6 . A Q. J II 11 ref 4a ....... II
M. A St. P. ' So. Pacific cv U 144
- .e ........ iv. H m. rsi-iiic ret aa vv
C. R. I. A P. . So. Railway la . 101
tty., ref 4e ... 71 Uhlon Pacific 4. IIH
O. A a ref .IHa. 14 Union Pac. ov 4a. 14
D. A R. Q-c 4a.- 7lli u. 8 Rubber le.101
Brie gen Is .... 71 U. S. Steel la. ..lit "
Oen. Kleo la ..101 West Union ta ,11,
III. Cent. re( Is. II l. A R. O. roi is K
... .1 u ttt . -
K. a Bo. ret le. IIH
Omaha. June IS, till.
Cattle.' Hogs. Sheep.
Ill 1.411 413
4 1,171 1,171
147 1,714 1,801
170 1,131 1,411
I .... ....
14 .... ....
a , .... - ....
,. o ; .....
3 ' '
7 ..... '
11 ...... ....
i , .... ....
' i .........
5 ::::: ::::
14 i... ; ....
ill ' .... 1.611
O. . ktellnu
werthemer A Degcn. ,, . ,
H. V. ll.mllten '
Sllllvart Bros, . .....
John Harvey . ,,
iJonnla A Krancla
Jritaen A Lungren .......
; Totals :,l8
CATTLI Kec.lpts were
Thursday, 111 cars being reported In. Thla
brings tha total for the four daya up to
14,711 head, being the .mallet of any te-
oeft week, and amaller than a year ago by
over 1,000. head.
Thero waa a. very fair demand for all
dealrable kind, of beef ateera, so that ev
erything along that line sold In good aea-
at ateaoy pricea. The beat beevea here
brought 110.00. Inferior gradee were nat
urally a MttlO lhl. Uood COW., h.tfnra
atockera and feeder, continue about ateady,
wnue common atuff abowa mora or leu
weaknera -from day - to-day. '
quotation, oa cattle". Good to choice
uvea. 110.404,11.1V: fair to aood beeves.
I.IO(j10.40i common to fair beevea. 11.114,
good to choice yearllnge, l.7l4ylo.lo;
and butchers. II 10: good and heavy.
Il.l.lfrl.14; bulk of sales. Il.l6.yl.l9.
BHBKP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.SM;
msrket nteady; weth. I4.004jl.00; flipped
ewes, I4.KI4T7.60; clipped lambs, I1.00Q
10.00; epiing lambs, 17.004 11. 6S.
CHICAOO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Weak, .Hoga Strong
Chicago. June 11. CATTLE Reeelpta.
1.400 head; market, weak; native beef
rattle. 17.11011. 40; western eteere, IIA0O
I. 41; etoekereand feeders I1.00O4.I0; cows
and halters, 14. 004)10.90; calvee, 11.100
HOOS Receipts, 10.009 head: market,
atrong to 104,10c higher: bulk of sali-a.
Il.l0et.ei; , ht. II. 4091. II; mlaed. 11.11
019.91: heavy, 14 50(f 10.10; rough, 1.I04
I II; pigs, I7.I0OI.1I.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 14,000
head; market, weak: wethera, I7.904H.10;
ewee. , I4.40O7.40: lamb., 7.10S19.10:
KANSAN WINS THE
E. T. Gibbi, Shooting in Hi First
Big Tournament, Camel
WINS TIE FROM PTE OF IOWA
' Kaaaa. ICIly Live Stock Market.
Kenaas . City, June 16. CATTLE Re
eelpta, 4,999 head; market ateadyi prime
fed ateera. - I10-.16O11.16; dreased beef
ateere, I4.00010.16: we.tern ateera, 11.000
11.09; atockera and feedere, 14.7601.19;
bulls. I5,7;f76: calvee, 19.19011.99.
HOOS Receipts, 16,000 hesd; market
higher; bulb of salee. I1.40OI.70: heavy.
II.70OI.7I; pacbera and butchera, 11.160
I. 76: light, 11.3401 0: Pigs. IS.60OI.7i.
SHEEP AND fiAMBH Receipts, 1,100
market steady; lamba, II.00OH16: year
lings, 17.7101. 7i; wethera, 11.7107. 76;
Slon Cltr Live Stock Market.
Sloui City, la.',' June II. CATTLE Re
eelpta, 1,000 heed: merket, ateady; native
eteers. l. 10019.31; cowd and helfera. 14.60
OI.00: bulls, atags, etc.. 11.7601.31.
HOUR Receipts, 4,909 head: market,
Ic higher: heavy, Il iOOlli; mlied, 11.40
01-19: light, ll.10OI.40; bulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 390
Live Stock la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the flvo principal
cattle. Hoga. Sheep.
1,609 11,009 7 900
naaa City 4.009
bloux City 1.900
Hdk. Broke. S.-Off.
E. T. (ilbbe, Cawker
Cltr. Kan 17
1. O, Fye, Ollle, la. . . .. 18
Kay Krlrson, Lake view,
IB Ik 9ixia 31X40
C. Bottger, Ollle. la.. 20 (1x100 10x40
B. P. Elbert. Doe Molnea. j
. S. Frits, Kanclty City.
H. Kennieett. Evans-
ton.. III. 2 OTilM
Tom Marshall, Chicago., tt 92.100
Bart Lewis, Auburn, 111 10 02x100
Fred Gilbert, Spirit Lake,
la. n Slxino
George Carter, Lincoln.. 20 SOxlOO
W. S. Moon. Jewell, la
C. Tappan, Hougland. Neb . .
Ed Varner. Adams. Neb
C. B. Eaton, Fayette, Mo
John Gouer, Loulaxllle, Neb...
William Ridley. What Cheer.
O. C. Bottger, Ollle, la
C. H. Larson. Greeley, Neh...,
C, C. Tuonan. Hoaaland. Neb..
John Peterson, Randall, la. . . .
Hur latta. Tekamah, Neb
William Bldloy, What Cheer, 1
Bart Lewie. Auburn, III ,.M
Free, l.llbert, Mplrll lAke, la. 00
Ed O'Brien, Florence, Kan 95
W. R. Crosby, O'Pallou, III 93
..16.309 10,909 31,100
Evaporated Applea and Dried Fruit.
New Tork. June II. EVAPORATED AP
PLES Dull but ateady: fancy, 701c;
choice, lOIHc: prime, 60lc.
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, firm; Califor
nia. 414c. - Oranges. 7010c. Apricota,
stcsdy; choice, ll011Hc: extra choice,
utto; fancy,- usiztao. Peaches, steady
choice, Ic: extra choice, 41,c; fancy, 7c.
Raisins, steady; loose muscatele, 10114c;
choice to fancy needed, 708c; seeded,
New Tork, June IS. COTTON Future.
opened steady: July, 12.14c: October, ll.llo
December, 13.10c; January, 13.08c; March,
The cotton market cloaed today at a net
advance of 7 to 10 polnta.
Liverpool, June 1&, COTTON Spot,
weak; good middling, 1.42d; middling,
l.lSd; low middling, l.Old. Salea, i,990
Savannah. Oa.. June, 16, TURPENTINE
Firm; 3!t,03!c; aales, 411 bbla.; re-
olpta. 441 bbla.; atocks. 16,121 bbla.
ROSIN Firm; aalea, 1,061 bbla.; reeelpta,
1.363 bbla.: atock. 61,616 bbla. Quote: A, B,
C. D, E, 16.96; V, O, 16.16; H, lt.171,: I,
($.36; K, 16.(5; M, 16.4606.66; N, 16.66;
WO, Ii.7i0i.l9; WW, 14.00.
Mew Vork Sugar Market.
New Tork, June 16. 8UOAR Raw, firm;
centrifugal. i.llc: molxs.ee, 4.41c. Refined,
firm; fine, granulated, 7.46c. 8uger futurea
wore firm. .on continued aupport from Cu-
ban Intereata and at noon prlcee were 3
to I polnta higher.
'Dry Goode Market,
New Tork. June 16. Cotton goods were
generally ateady today. mere waa
eawlna tendency In prlnt ciotha, with
finer tone In duck and colored goods. Tarns
tair to good yeariinga, l.90l-7l; common
to fair yeariinga, 17. 3601.19; good to choice
nalfere. ll.oooa.76; good to choice cowa,
II.76OI.I0; fair to good oowa, ll.i0O7.7i;
oommon to fair cowa. I4.09O4.I0: aood to
choice feedere, ll.90OI.7i; fair to good feed-
era, iT.evoB.oo; oommon to fair feedera,
ll.aD07.lu; good to choice Blocker., 17.160
I. 19; stock heifers, ll.iool.09; atock oowa,
II. 1107.19; atock calves, 11. 2101.71; veal
calvaa, 11.19011.71; bulla, alaga, ate, 14.19
Representative aalaat ' '
BEEF . STEERS. ' '! .' .
No. Av. Pr. , Ho.. . , Av. .Pr.
21 , 197 11 10
i...... in i oo
27..,..., 197 I al
II. .,...1901 I Ii
II.,.,. .1141 19 96
I..,,. .1111 19 30
31,,....lli 10 40 '
4. ...,,1111 19 41
II 1411 10 19
Liverpool Grain Market.
Liverpool. June 16. WHEAT Spot. No.
Manitoba, 10, 2 lid; No. 1, 10s 2d; No. I,
10s: No. 2 red western winters. Is Id.
CORN Spot, American mixed, new, la Id.
Mlnneapolla Grain Market,
Minneapolis, Juno 16. WHEAT July,
11.091. Ol. 0114: Seotember. 11.08. Cash;
No. 1 hard, ll.lltla; No. 1 northern, ll.ua-l.
01.10; No. 1 northern, 11.0414 a 1-10 tt.
19..,;. .'ill tl 00,
11...... 714 I 71
10 .1112 I il
I9...,.IM I il '
al.....,Illl 10 00
ai..,,u04 10 11 '
91 19 16 '
,.1131 10 41
..1494 19 19
STEERS AND HE1FEH8,
31 I II
113 I 71
102 I 76
01 10 00
10 Ill: I 19 3. .....1004 I 40
It..,.., m I 16 4...... 117 - I 40
I. ...... Ill - 7 19 ' 12. .,..,1931 I 16
I...... 161 7 71 ....... Ill 7 Ii
:. .-'.-' -'- i ' BULLS. '. - - .
1... .,.1180 7 76 1......1320 I 25
HOOS Aotlvlty waa a leading feature In
the hog trade thla morning, tha aam. aa It
been every day thua far thla week.
Shipper, and packer, were all out In the
yard early In the morning and they wkated
very little lime in getting rlgni down
bualneea. The result waa that the market
opened early and the 17U car. In sight had
all cnanged aanoa colore :3Q in the morn.
Ing. The lrtcea paid mrged aiiywber, from
eteady..on. the leaa dealrable ktnda to ic or
more higher on some of tn, moat dealrabl.
ehipping gradea., The general market waa
atrong to Co hlgl.er. Tha bulk of lh-j hoga
old at ll.40OI.6i, with a top at ll.li. as
ugatnsi a ouia yesteruuy 01 .aog i.iu, who
a ten oi ,,.ou. -
. .ill dw uu.ew in., rvveipie. wnue
not as larg, aa yeatorday, wcro very lib
oral, making th, total for the' lour daya
thla week 43,009 head, th, largeat of uuy
aimliar period eluc, thi last nook of April
and larger than a yea.' ago by over 10.099
bead. Today'a advauuu vuriiee thu market
-to the blgneol point touched on thla mar.
kat alnoo May 3a,
111 II 19
. r 40
... I 4i
.' 8l ' II
111 I Ii
49 l 31
200 I 46
40 I 60
120 I 40
in ......l9IUNo. Pacific 4a , 45 till..,.. ,k,. ,, ,h.r. h.i.
i-Krent.n aa ate. ko. pecirin le e i-t-t - . . . . -'. . . --r
Coffee Market. .'
New Tork. Jane II. The market .for
eoffee futurea waa firmer today on eem,
ocattered covering attributed to the atronger
technical poeltton after the- recent sharp
decline ano aome trad, buying which may
have been prompted by a slightly ateadler
tone in - Small. ,
Th, opening- waa ateady at an advance
of from 4 to 7 polnta and pricea sold about
7 to -11 points above laat night', cloctng
figure, during the afternoon, with Pecen:.
ber- touching. I.llc and May. I.llc. . The
eloee waa practically the beat point of the
day, or 14 to II point, net higher. Sales.
Il.7i9, Closing bids: June, I.OOcf.JuIr,
l.olc; August, 1.14c; September, l.le: Oe
tober, 1.17c; November, I.llc; December,
l.llcl January, 1.41c;. February, 1:41c;
March; 1,61c; April, I.llc; May. I.llc.
Spot eoffe, dull; Rio fe, lt,c; Santo.' 4a.
19e, No chsnge was reported In the reel
and freight offers with 4a offered at lt,
t.-o. b. .Santoa, for forward ahlpment.-
The -official cablea reported no ehange
In mllrela pricea and an advance of l-3ld
in the rate of Rio exchange on tUondon.
A decrease lo storks at Santoa auggested
ree clearance lo Europe. g .
' Metal Market, .1
New Tork. June II. METALS Lead.
steady.1 II.7IOI-. Spelter, eaay;. East St
Loula delivery, offered, lll.il. Copper, Mrm;
eleetrely:lc, nearby, bomtnal; Saptember-and
later, I17.i001l.ll. Iron, ateady and un
changed. Tin, dull. 141.19041.49. ' .'
At 'London Spot copper, 111; futures,
1114; electrolytic 1149, Spot' ,tla, llllt fu
turea, 1111 It. Load. Ill lad. Spelter, 144.
--'; I..---!.'-. ": , ' . 1 .
eight cars In algbt, which waa very lib-
l run - lor a 'rauraaayr ah tola thu
ns-eek 11.112 head have arrived at thu
yurda. being a gain of almost 10,990 bead
over laat week and of fully 19.009 head aa
compared with a year ago. To make etili
another comparison, reeelpta today were
the largeat fur-any similar period slue, the
laat week ot April. -
Conditions wer, very' much against the
selling Intereata Not only ' were receipt.
liberal, . giving buyare uulte a good many
from .which to make aelectlona, but advices
from other nellffig point, tor the laet two
day, have Indicated a downward j move
ment In prices, oapecially on - all shorn
stockj -It beceni, very evident tight from
the 'outset that buyers all had order, to
,tak, on- aa muca bb lac, anu may atarteo
'out.- right from - the beginning bidding
prloea that -much-tower. - VYtHIo oeller. were
low about taking off that much, they were
forced lo give lu ao'far aa attorn atouk waB
ooncernird. it- took right, good elipped
lambs to bring ll.li. (kirn. Idaho wethers
sold at 17.00. Whan, It cams to spring
lainoa. the market, waa anywhere from
week to lie lower. .-.
Qflotatlono on aheep and lamba: Lamba.
spring, I..U0O II. Ien.be, .fair to choice
bardy. II.11O10.I9; lamba.. lair to cbol.-e,
heavy, H.lV4l-36:. yeariinga. fair to choice;
hamHvV-ln.Boci-1.26: fair to cnoica. neavy.
7.M4TI.04: wethera, fair to choice. I4..7IO
7.11; ewea, good; to chotc,, ll.00O4.TI;ewea,
fair to gooo, I4.ooo9.oo., . , .
Reilreaentatfv, aalea. - ' l'
Nov - ,' - ' " ' - Wt
111 Wyoming feeder arttngs., 14.:
Ill Wyoming feeder yearlings., if
111 fed clipped lambs 74
122 native aprlng lambs V. . . .i ;. 11
101 fid ewee ..Ill
' I 19
-'-I St, Louts Uvs Stock Market.
St. Louis, 'June le; -CATTLE Receipt
1,109 head: market " atrong; native beet
eteere. e4.eO01l.il: yearling eteers and
h.if,,-.. IH.hOiiloal: cowa. 16.644,1.19
sldrkera and' teudera. l.klOI-60; Texas
and Oklaboma.- ateera, I6.I4OI.I0: prime
vnepllne ateera and hetl.ia, s.lboie.ia
Cowa and hellers. 6.iOO.ob: nsllva calvea
14. Q0OU-4V;- prims eoutneru eere, vr.vv,,
'u?lia ail,ta. ' t.990 head: "market
higher; pigs and lights, II.IOOMIi mixed
Old Residents of
Residents of Nebraska for more
than sixty years and happily mar
ried for the last Halt century, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Wilson, JUII Lincoln
boulevard, celebrated their eolden
wedding anniversary in the presence
of their children and a large number
of relatives and friends, including
three sons, four daughters and four,
The children at tne golden wedding
celebration were; Mrs. M. D. Willert
of Tekamah, Neb.; W. C. Wilson of
Spokane, Wash.: J. M. Wilson ' of
Madison, Met).; Mrs. u. K. rettit oi
Omaha; Dr. E. O. Wilion of Madi
nn. Neb.: Mrs. W. W. Whitman of
Hooper Neb.; Mrs. W. ii. Uwem ot
Other out-of-town suests at the at-
fair were: Mrs. S. C. West of Spo
kane, Wash., a sister of Mrs. Wilson;
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Olinger and Mr.
and Mrs. Ii. A- Urannel ot leKaman
Neb. . . ; ,
Mr VViRnn. who is 77 vears old
and Mrs. Wilson, 71 years old, lived
in Burt county up till a few years ago.
They came to Nebraska in 1855, and
have liven here ever since.
, The guests at the golden wedding
anniversary made tne oia coupic
present of $30 in gold.
To Give Series for
; Mission Benefit
For the benefit of tne City mission
a lecture series by Dr. Edward C. Ab
bott of Boston has been arranged to
be .riven at the Hotel Fontenelle, the
tirst one at 0 ociock rriuay evening.
The lecture course will be apropos
to the Shakespearean tercentenary.
"Shakespeare, the Man, Poet and Dra
matist, will be ur. addoiis suojeci
Friday night; "Hamlet, the Greatest
Play,'' Monday evening; "The Tem
pest" (the -last play;, next Wednes
day evening. , - ' f ;
Ur. AODOlt was lormcrty connccicu
with the Murdock school in Boston
and is the man who arranged ihe
widely-circulated Biblical and Shake
spearean parallel calendar. - -
Gould Dietz is chairman of the lo
cal committee in charge of the lec
ture series, while Miss Sarah t L.
Pearce js.Dr, Abbott's representative.
A large' number of .Omaha women are
patronesses fot the lectures. ! , i
NEIGHBORS SAY DAWSON :
, FIRED SHOTGUN AT THEM
Because D, ' B.' Dalfson, Thirty
eighth and Camden avenue, is alleged
to have tired a few casual shots from
a shotgun at neighbors, he was ar
rested and fined $25 and costs. John
Gibson, 3806 Camden avenue and Mrs
B. Sibley, 3810 Camden avenue, ap
peared against him. -
The results of the 'system are re
ported thus far. aa being most satis
factory. : ' ' . l f
. . mxs&o
ture, which was held yesterday morn
ing. Both marksmen, despite the
high wind, broke 97 out of a possible
100 blue rocks. John Peterson of
Randall, la.,-followed for third place
with 96, while Bur Latta.of Tekamah,
Neb., and William Ridley of What
Cheer, Is,., deadlocked for fourth place
with marks of 95.
Bart Lewis led the professionals in
the Overture with a 96. Fred Gilbert,
Ed O'Brien and Bill Crosby followed
in a three-cornered tie ' for second
place with 96.
Scores in the Western Overture
were as folttJws: - -
l.ulcKinson, u. It. .meets, ... j. "il
Oram, J. B llli. Mlddaugh. B. J. 14
Hedges, O. D HEIbert, B. F
Nelson. C. J lOKIngsley, R, C... 87
2. Huocher. W. H. SSVarner, E y. 4
Pampel. C 74Wlcht 77
Toder, W. E 1714. Flckel. W. H. 18
Neamer. Geo 72Cobb, E. W 84
rarrlott, R. P.... 82c:.rd. F 79
1. Kearney, W.... ll'Dlckel. O. R.... 86
Edwarda, J. W.. ll'Hymer. C. W...84
O'Connor, J 4117. Koyen, A 84
4. Edmondson. Mr. 70Klrby, H. N 83
Oernlng. C. T.... 80Peterson, J 16
ltte. Bur 96Rudat. F. H 86
Oolvln.-H. A...v. 74Redlck. O. M.
Holllnaworth. J .T 7118. Cun ham. F,
i. Bee Inc. A. it. . nueii, J.
Shooting in his first big tourna
ment, E. T. Gibbs of Cawker City,
Kan., vesterdav won the annual
Western Handicap,, the second big
gest trap shooting event in America.
tn the 100-target race for first hon
ors, Gibbs tied with J. G. Fye of
Ollie, la. . Both turned ni scores of
92. In the first shoot of the tie,
Gibbs and Fye tied a second time,
both breaking sixteen out o fa pos
sible twenty. But on the second
shoot-off of the tie, Fye "cracked
under the strain" and missed his last
bird with the result that Gibbs won
the event by a margin of one tar
get. Gibbs broke sixteen again, and
Wind Lowers Scores.
Gibbs' shooting was nothing short
of remarkable. A high wind swept
across the firing line yesterday and
pent the sand and dust whirling in all
directions, it was the worst wind
that ever bothered marksmen on the
Omaha Gun club traps. Sand blew
into the shooters' eyes and wind di
verted the targets in their course.
It was shooting under the worst kind
of difficulties and accounts for the
relatively low scores marked up.
In addition Oibbs is not a tourna
ment shooter. He has shot at more
than 300 or 400 targets in registered
shoots in a year. His shooting has
been largely confined to shoots at his
home club in Lawker Lity. tie also
says it is the first time in his life he
ever broke ninety-two targets. "I
have broken ninety-one," he said,
"but never reached ninety-two before."
Gibbs was shooting from the sev
enteen-yard line. Fye shot from the
Another Double Tie. ,
Ray Ericson of Lake View, la.,
and O. C. Bottger of Ollie, la., got
into a double-knotted tie in the race
for third position. Both broke ninety
one targets ni the 100-bird race, and
in the first shoot-off both cracked
sixteen." But in the second shoot-off
Bottger fell off. Ins stride and shat
tered but fourteen, while Ericson
nailed fifteen.. '.,'..
B. F .Elbert of Des Moines and
W. S. Fritz of Kansas City tied for
fifth place with ninety out o flOO.
Pro Shoots Well.
H. L. Kehnicott, the Evanston, 111.,
professional, did some remarkable
shooting. Firing from ' the twenty
two yard line he broke ninety-five
out of a possible 100, the best mark
of the day.
To Billy Hoon of Jewell, la., and
C, C. Tappan of Hoagland, Neb.,
went the honors for high average.
Both broke 339 out of a possible 350
in the sixteen-yard events. fc.d.
Varner of Adams, Neb., was third
with 337 out of 350. and C. B. Eaton
of Fayette, Mo., William Ridley of
What Cheer, la., and John Gauer of
Louisville, Neb., tied for fourth with
336 out of 350.
the tournament came to a close
with the Western Handicap yester
day afternoon. It was a most suc
cessful tournament with nearly 200
shooters taking part. Not a kick was
registered and everybody was satis
fied in. the manner in which the
event was run off. Scores in the
Wsetern Handicap yesterday were as
. Tappan and Larson Tie.
C. C. Taonan and C. H. Larson tied
for first place in the Western Over-
Warren. C. H..
I. Albertus, P.
Adams, R. P...
Bollhoeffer. Ed .
Fye, J. R. .
Gibbs, E. T.
7. Kelstor, R. A.
Parker, C. R
Walnwrlght, 8. E
Wolff, J. F
llallnd, J. E...
1. Hall, C. C
Sewart. C .H...
Friti, W. S
Moorhouse, C ...
Severson, J. H . .
I. Bottger, B. D.
Denkman, J. . .
Cheney, P. C. ...
Dworak, E. J..,
Frans, B. R. . .. .
10. Ament, O. H.
Mallnd, Eli ....
Beachy, W. II..
Bahr, A. E
Foster, S. S
II. Larson, C. H.
Mltton, H. K. ...
Reetl, W. F
Selnina-er, C. A..
12. Thlmgau, E. W. llEaton.
Webster, J. E lORIdley,
Coe, E. B
13. Frye, J. O...
Hinshaw, E. C.
Lamprlght, C. E.
Miller, P. R....
14. Hasie. E...
Ver Merhen, J.
!3Rsymond, D. A...
86 1.ltherberry. a ..
77 Weatherhead. R.
8711. Coatee, Ray...
89Errlrson, Ray ..
89ChriHtenaon. C. ..
77 Edwarda, A. 8
... 1220. Carter, O. L.. 89
421. Crosa. D. D... 87
HFrlnk, J. 8...
1622. Thoman, H.... 91
83Bottger. O. 8 13
HCaple, O. E II
810aner, J 94
SIMelsenhelmer, P. R. 81
8523. .Top'weln, Mrs. Ill
77Marahall, T. O.,. II
Taylor, H. 0 94
82Maxwell. O, W... 99
HWagxoner, C. L. .. 84
8924. Nicola!, O II
86Celhls, D 79
17Tappan, C. C 17
88'Kennlcott. H. L.. 12
88Clancy, R. W... 91
9126. Powera, C. M. . 11
87 John, J. R...
86Hoon, W. 8.
ItPhllson, A. H...
B. HWhltncy, Dan ..
1 Larson, H. C. . . .
Frye. A. H..
71 McDonald. H. 8...
Mystic Workers of
World to Sold Next
Omaha gets the next convention of
the Mystic Workers of the World, in
1918. , , t
The flash came yesterday irony
Grand Rapids, Mich., where a dele
gation of seven Mystic Workers from
Omaha have been boosting the -convention
for Nebraska's metropolis.
The telegram received by the bur
eau of publicity of the Commercial
club states that a demonstration for
Omaha lasted over an nour oeiore tne
voting time came, and that during
this demonstration 100 delegates,
headed by the Omaha delegatic,
marched through the streets, through
the lobbies of the hotels and through
the depots, singing and shouting for
Omaha. There were seven cities m
the field for the next convention, and
Omaha won on the first ballot.
The delegation from Omaha con
sisted of Mrs. J. E. Byrne, Mrs. Cath
erine Herum. Mrs. N. A. Sherwood,
Mrs. J. S. Stickley, J. W. Dorn, A. E.
Barber and F. W. Black. ,
This convention usually brings
about 1,000 delegates. Its heaviest
membership is said to be in the dis
trict comprising Iowa, Illinois, Indi
ana, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Michigan
and Missouri. '. . ,
The delegation carried an invitation
from the bureau of publicity in behalf
Mrs, Corneer Passes;
Away at Ninety-Four
Mrs. Katherine Corneer, mother of
S. A. Corneer, died yesterday at
the home of her son, 8312 aouth
Twenty-second street She was 9
years of age.
Mrs. Corneer came to Omaha from
Denmark thirty-two years ago. She
has lived here ever since. Her hus
band died seven years ago.
She is survived by two sons, Sam
uel A. Corneer and Erhardt Corneer,
both of Omaha.
Funeral services will be held Fri
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, with in
terment in Springwell cemetery.
Sloan. liniment Believe, Congestion.
As soon as you apply Sloan'a Ltnlmsnt, th,
congestion disappears and' your pain la gone.
Bodily warmth Is renewed. 35c AU drug
1 aUl6 TP DODGE DOUQUSATREETS W'
For Quality, Freshest Goods and a
Saving of 25 to 50 Try Hayden's
First On the Cost ot Living.
12 ban laundry Queen White Laundry
Soap, the eoap of quality 26c
48-lb. tack Beit High Grade Diamond U
Flour, nothing' finer for bread, piee or
cakee, made from the best eeleeted No.
1 Nebraaka wheat Patronlza Home
Industry per sack $M
Sktnnera Famoue Macaroni, Vermicelli
or Spaghetti, a home product, made by
Omaha people ranka fint in quality,
per pkg.. at TVsc
4 Ibe. Fancy -Japan Rice, 10c quality, 25c
Ibe. Choice Japan Rice 25c
cans Oil or Huitard Sardinee 19c
S. C. Crn Flakes, pkf 7Vsc
Tall cant. Salmon SHe
U-ot. cans Condenied Milk 7 Vie
82-oie jars Pure Fruit PreservM....2Sc
28-01. jars Pure Fruit Jelly 25e
No. S eana Golden Pumpkin, Hominy,
Sauer Kraut or Baked, Beans 7Vc
No. 2 cans Fancy Wax, String, Green or
Lima Beans for TVae
T lbs. Best BuBP Laundry Starch. .. .25c
8 lbs. Best Bulk Chick Feed 25c
Large bottle Worcester Sauce, Pure
Tomato Catsup, Pickles, assorted kinds
or Prepared Mustard, bottle 8 He
MacLaren's Peanut Butter, lb 12Vic
Tea nd Coffee Department
Fancy Golden Santos Coffee, the talk of
Omaha, per lb 20c
Fane Porto Rico Blend Breakfast Cof
fee, per lb a7c
Fancy Mocha and Java Blend, nothing
- finer at any price, per lb 35c
or I lbs., for $1.06
Choice Vneolored Japan, Sun Dried Japan
or English Breakfast Tea, lb .38c
Fancy Basket Fired, or Sun Dried Japan.
Oolong, Ceylon or Gunpowder, regu
lar 60s quality, Friday, lb 4Se
Herahey'a Breakfast Cocoa, lb...... 25c
The Butter. Cheese and Egg
Market of Omaha for
The Best Creamery Butter, bulk, lb.. 30c
The Best Creamery Butter, carton, per
lb., at 31
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery Butter,
per lb., at ,...25c
The Best Strictly Fresh Eggs, doa. . .20
The Best Full Cream New York White,
Wisconsin Cream or Young America
Cheese, per lb ,..200
Neufchatel, Cheese, each ,.,..3c
15 lbs New Potatoes to the
Fresh Peas, per quart 5c
4 bunches Fresh Beets, Carrots, Turnips
or Kohl Rabbi for 5c
0 bunches Freeh Radishes Se
6 bunches Fresh Onions... 6c
Freith Spinach, peck ......5c
Large Cucumbers, each 7Vc and Be
Freeh Wax or Green Beans, lb.,.t.7Vsc
Fresh Cabbage, lb 4c
6 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce 6c
8 beads Frenh Head Lettuce. ..'.... .Sc
2 bunches Fresh Parsley ..... r. ... ,10c
Fancy Ripe Tpmatoes, lb .,..10c
Home Grown Strawberries, boxt,.,,.lOc
Fancy Large Juicy Lemons.
at, per doz. . ,20c, 25c, 30c
- Put Up Your Pineapples Now.
Fancy Logan Berries, box 7 Vt
Fish! Fish! Fish!
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
No. 1 Fresh Halibut...... 14He
No. 1 Fresh Salmon 16Hc
No. 1 Fresh Trout 16 He
No. 1 Fresh Pickerel 13 He
No. 1 Fresh White Fish 16c
No. 1 Fresh Shrimps 22 He
No. 1 Smoked Fish. ,17M
No. 1 Kippered Salmon.. M,.20e
No. 1 Salt Lake Fish, lb. , 7c
No. 1 Smoked Boneless Herring
at ,. , ,15e
Watch paperi (or our Saturday
pedal ad in Meat Uapartm.nt.
. For the Accommodation of Our Customers
Our Grocery Department will remain open till 6 p. m.
Use the Entrance on Dodge Street.
The balance of store will close at 5 p. m. (excepting
Saturdays at 9 p. m.) during summer months.
IT PAYS TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST IT PAYS.
Saturday, June 17th, 4 P. M.
DIRECTIONS FOR AUTOMOBILES:
-V Guides -in costume ' fur main Bellevue road show way into
DIRECTIONS FOR THOSE GOING IN STREET CARS: 1
Cars leave 24th and "N" on the even hour and every 20 min
utes thereafter (several cars at a time, if necessary). A Leave car
at Country Club Acres station Ten minutes' walk to grounds;
OR Leave car "at Child's Crossing and take a,uto bus to grounds.
Cushions Available for Seats. - Splendid Picnic Grounds.
Drinks and Ice Cream Sold. : Take Your Supper.
Admission: Adultt 50c, Children 25c.
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