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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1916.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Market it Weak Despiteood
Demand and Price Decline
One to Three Cents.
CORK AND OATS ALSO WEAK
- Omah. Jun SI, 1111.
Thei wu a good cuh demand for wheat
today, but the pnarkt waa vary weak and
declined from lo to le.
Mom of the No. I hard wheat aold around
MfltftGc, and the hulk of the No. 4 hard
old at M0c.
, There wu a food demand for yellow and
mixta corn, but the demand for white com
wu very alow. Corn ranged generally from
Ho lo lo off, the yellow eeiiing at a good
premium over the other varletlea.
Oata were weak, selling from Me to ie
lower. The demand for oata waa not very
riive and only a few eara of thla cereal
were aold on tha decllner
Rye and barley were quoted nominally
v Today'a receipt 'were: M wheat, 41 corn
and II care of oata, u compared with 7
cara of wheat, 14 cara of corn and It car
or oata received a year ago.
. Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 1.6 7 MOO buahela; corn, 131,000 buahcli
1 oata, 760,000 bushels.
, Liverpool close; Wheat. d higher to Id
. lower; corn, to old higher.
. Primary wheat receipt 'wera 772,000
ushela and shipments tOl.OOO bushels.
against receipts of tas.OOO bushela and ship
ments or ito.ooo bushels last year.
Primary corn receipt were 171,900
bushels and , shipments Ool.ooo bushels,
against receipts of 669,000 bushels and ship
menu of 102,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 143,000
bushels and shipments 134,000 bushels,
against receipts of 444,000 bushels and ship
men (a of 141,000 bushels last year.
7 Wheat. Com.
Chicago 21 121
' Hlnneapolbl ..,,....!
Duluth 46 ' ,. t ,J
Omaha II ' 44 11
Kinw City., 69 10 1
Bl. Louis.. ....,...,. 47 , 84 IS
Winnipeg ......... ,,741 - ,.
' ; These sales were reported today:
! Wheats-No. I hard winter: 1 ear, 07c No.
I hard winter: 1 car, t&Hc; I oars, lie;
1 can, He; 4 cars, 14c; 2 cars, tlHc; 1
oar, via; I can, KUct 1 car, 2c. No.
hard winter: f cara, too; I cars, 80c; 1 car.
sic; 1 car, mmc; 1 car, s&c; 1 car. siuc
I cara, llo. Sample hard winter: 1
' car, 70c No. t mixed: 1 car 12c, Rye
(temple; 1 car, 4Iic. Corn No. 1 white: 1
car, 70o; 1 car, 70a No. I white: 1 oar,
TOWo: 1 car, c. No. 4, white; 1 car.
ac No. I white; 1 car, tc No. I
white: 1 car. Me. No. 1 yellow: l cars, 71c.
No, I yellow: 1 car, 7!J4c No. I mixed:
4 oars, T0c No. I miked; I cara, 70 Mo.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car. T0o: 1 car, Hc:' No.
- I mixed: I car, 1ft ttc. No. mixed: 1-1
car, 87c. Sample mixed: 1 cars, 10c. Oats
' Dundardi 1 cars, 17 o. no. 1. white: I
cara 17c No. 4 white: I cars, 1114c Sam-
il white: 1 cars, 14c; r-i oar, lac
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat No. t hard,
9$97c; No. 1 hard, 9lCM5c; No. 4
hard, I2f0c; No. I spring, lc3$l.r)6; No.
1 spring, I4oQi1.02; No. 2 durum ,91 9 13c;
No. S durum 4to. Corn: No. I white,
70704c; No. 1 whit, 4SO70cJ No. 4
white, 49flBHc; No. I white, eiootc;
"No. I white, 806tc; No. 2 yellow, 72K0
73c; No. 2 yellow, 7i072c; No. 4 yol
low, 710710; No. I yellow, 70m71o;
No. 4 yellow, 70d)70Hc; No. 1 mixed, 7tfkO
70c; No. S mixed, 7070Hc; No. 4
mixed, m570c; No. S mixed, it Q tic; No.
1 mixed, 67 esc. Oats: No. 2 white, ISO
llfic; standard, J7a7c; No. 1 white,
1637c; No. 4 white, 4f?24o. Barley:
Malting, 46070c; No. 1 feed. 64 (f 6 To. Ry:
No. It loajiie; No. t, lfIOc.
Chicago closing prtcea, iuritUhed The Be
by Logan Bryan, stuck and grain broken,
,111 South Sixteenth street:
. W h't "
I u II
I II 17
I II II
i 11 10
High l.ow 1 rinse 1 Tm
I ! OH Itlft
1 18 102. 10IW-K 1MU
I 01 lOSfc 1 01 108
7IK 71 71 U
H 0 it' "i
H 11 it i3
' A II $4 lift tog
II II 14 1 14 II 14 10
II II II (I II 10 14 CO1
II M It II II It II 07
II It II 17 11 IT II 10
II 11-11 It 40 II II II 10
II 10 II 47 II 17 II 17
t CHICAGO OBAIN AMP rBOVHIONS,
Wkaal Mm Deetlae farther lam mt
; Chlcage, June' i II, Who) dropped today
to Ih. low.il prlow mt thl. Hwn, folnf
for tha flrtt tlm under II . biuh.l. Kn
Urged crop estimate, and the lack of the
export eentlmeot appeared to be ehleftr re
epon.lhle. The market cloaed heavy, Ifco
i1.J9, ailt 'war ' July 4
lHc and September at ll.OIH 1.02(4.
Other leadlni ataplea, too, all underwent a
f'iTS0 IH". oala fto
to lVtOlSo and provlalona 11 Ho to 40o.
Boare had nearly oomplete control ef
the wheat market throughout the ee.ilon.
The moat aoute weaknesa, however, waa
shown In the Let hall of the day. This
period wee subsequent to the Issuance of a
comprehensive crop report by a leading ex
port, who represented that a notabls Im
provement had taken place of late In con
ditions In the eight point winter wheat
states. Another well-known authority went
Mi record also with surmises thst tha July
X condition percentage of soring wheat
would indicate 10,000,000 largof yield than
was pointed to on June I. Better week for
the harvests In the southwest counted
further as a handicap on the bulls, and
was Indeed one of the primary oausea of
the early decllnee In the market .
In tHe final hour of wheat trading, the
effect of the absence of spring oall,
especially the dearth of any Inquiries from
Kurope. became more and more apparent.
The total shipping sales here amounted to
tinly 10.000 buehela. No export buelnese
whatever was noted, barring 100,000 bushela
at the seaboard, all from Manitoba,
Coarse grain weakened with wheat. Warm
temperatures In the eorn belt brought about
larger offerings from the country and more
than offset the Influence of a Liverpool
; upturn, due to nrospecte of a revival of
the taxation of the alcohol Industry In Ar-
Jentlna. Tha oata market's ruet reports
rem Nebraska and Illinois attracted atten-
tlon. but were Ineffective to etop decllnee.
. lwer prtcea on hoge left provisions
without support. Recent buyers of futures
. were the largest sellers.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat! No. I red,
, II.0H,; No. I red, IIC0II.OO; No. I hard,
ll.0lei.MVs; No. I hard, 14. (Ml.ooti.
Corn: No. I yellow, 7i7u,e; No. 4 yel
low. 74c; No. 4 whits, 74Hc, Oata: No. I
white. standard. 40Htfoo.
Bye: No, I, lie. Barley, tot7ac. Seeds:
Timothy, l.009l.00i clover, 17. 0011.00
Provisions: Pork. III. 00(011.10; lard
1I.I7H; ribs. tll.l0Olt.7l. ,
- BUTTER Unchanged.
" KUQS Receipts. , ll.lll caseli un
" POTATOES Lower: old receipts. II cars;
new, so cars: Arkaneaa and Oklahoma,
sacked, Triumphs l.i6tjl.40 Virginia and
, 'Carolina, barreled, 4.10O4,,0. .
POULTRY Live, . lower; fowls. t14o:
prlngs. 11 QUO.
HBW OB OENEKAL MARKET.
(tatfetlau f tlw Bay mm Varim Cem-
asodlues. . ,
New - Tork, 1 June It. VTjOUfU-Market
.Weaker; spring patants, ll.40Ol.I0; winter
patenta. IS.10OS.li? winter straights. 14.11
WHBAT Spot market weak; No. 1, du
, rum, I1.10K: No, I hard, II. 101k; No. 1,
northern, Duluth. 11. II 4k; No. I, northern,
Uenltoba, tl.tlVk. t o. b., Nek Tore, fu
- CORN Spot market weak; No. I yellow,
t4wc, 0. I. f., New Tort
, OATS Spot market steady; . standard.
HAT Barely steady; prime, 11.10; No. 1,
ll.lt; No. t. ll.lll No. I, 11.11; shipping,
HOPS Dull; stats, common to aholce,
Ills, ltOIOc; state, common to choice,
1111, 107c; Paclflo coast. 1111, 1101'c;
. Pacific coast, 1114, 10 10c
. HIDES Easy; Bogota. 11140110; Central
-,1 Amiru-. 11140. .
LEATHER Firm; hemlock flrats. lie;
' asconds, lie
. PnOVlSIONS Pork, firm; mess, lit ISO
IS. to; family, III.00OII 00; abort clear.
IIMOOIIII. Beet; firm'; mees. Ill.tOO
' 11.00; family. 111 O0el 00. Lard, eaer:
middle weet, I1I.10O1I.I0.
TALLOW Firm; city. OHOllto,
. BUTTER Firmer, unchanged; receipts,
, 11,040 tubs.
BUGS girls, Unchanged; receipts, 11,111
i CHEESE Week, uaobanged; receipts,
POULTRY Alive, slow; kronen, nolle;
fowls, 1I1401IHI turkeys, liOlto;
troescd. firm, unrhabged. . ' ,
Uverpool Grain Market. ' f'!-,
' Liverpool.' June II WHEAT Spot, No.
: 1 Manitoba. 10 lid; No. I, Is Id; No. t, Is
Id: No. 2 red western winter, Is 7d.
. CORN Spot, American mixed, new. Is
OMAHA IIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Light and Trade is
Blow at Steady Price very
Fair Sheep San. ,
HOGS FIFTEEN CENTS LOWER
Omaha, June 11, 1111.
Ret-elnl. mm. ('-,,. U ... !h..n
nrnpiai Um,. ... .... .AAA.
Official Tuesday tllsl l!07 l!lll
1,11.1 n .UNWlir ,. I..VI 1U...U ... M
OlKclal Thureday .... 1.821 1.! 1,144
Estimate Friday 110 11,400 1,(00
Five days thla week. 14.121 17,144 11,711
neme aaye last week.. 10,142 12.000 20,714
Heine days I weeke agn20.772
Kami days I weeke ago21,49l
8ame days d weeks sgolO.184
Same daya laat year..ll,fi&
The following table ehowa the receipts of
csttle, hogs snd sheep at the Omaha live
eioca morsel lor ine year to date as com
pared with laat year:
' 1110. 1011 - Inc. Den.
Cattle .... 140,174 402.221 17,114
Hogs ,....1,717,141 1,172,28 214.611
Sheep IM.I0I 112,142 11,040
The following teble shows the average
prices or nogs et me omnhs live stock mar
ket for the laet lew days, with cormtartsons
June I I U l 41 l II Ml I II
June 4 I II I 14 I II 7 II I II
June 7. t 014 I 41 I 17 t 41 I II
June I. t 1014 t 42 f ft e f. 44
Juno I. ::i I 12 f lo 4 17 e 1
June 10 I 17ft 7 41 f K7 I II 7 41 I 10
Juno 11 e 1 II I IS I 47 1 41
June II. t 2,14 7 17 I 01 I IS 7 16 t 10
June II. 11 I II I II II I 71
Juno 14 0 41ft 1 14 e I u 1 II I 71
Juno II I 1414 7 H I II I 47 7 41
June II. II 7 11 I 01 I 10 I II
Juno 17. t 47ft I II I 01 I 40 7 II I II
June II. ' I 12 I II I II 7 12
Juna II. t II t III I 10 I II I n I !
June 10. t 41ft e I tl I 40 I II I II
Juno II. I 1714 I 40 I 42 7 4u I 12
June 22. I 1114 7 14 I 19 7 41 I 24
June II. I 4114 7 II I 00 114 I 10
CATTLE Receipts wrsra very light, only
eight cars being reported In, but for the
week the total amounta to 14.021 head, be
ing the smalleat of any recent week and
over 1,000 head smaller than a year ago.
The few cattle In eight thla mornlna sold
In about the name nocohes as yestsrdsy,
there not being enough In sight to really
teat out the market. There was nothing
good In sight to maks a top.
Quotations on csttle: Oood to choice
beeves, I10.10010.7I; fair to good beeves.
II.40O10.I0; common to fair beeves, 18.260
1.40; good to choice yearlings, I0.60O10.40;
fair to good yearlings. 18.7601.60: common
to fslr yearlings, I7.JHJJ.71; good to choice
ncirera, ei.uuff J.lu; good to choice cows,
I7.7IO1.I0; fair to good cowa. II.I667.76:
common to fair cowa, l4.00O4.ll; good to
onoice leecers, ,B.0ucja.7e; fair to good feed
ers, 17. 40 01. 00; common to fair feeders.
lft.80O7.60; gjod to choice stockers, 17.750
I. 60; stock h'lfers, I4.60O1.00; stock cows,
II. 60O7.60; stock calvaa, 7.2101.76; veal
Icalvee, II. 00 011.76; bulla, stags, etc., 11.00
hogs Another good. l:g run of hoes
wss received today, estimate placing arri
vals at 107 cara, or 12.400 head. Thla
makes the total for the Ave days 17,184
head, aa against 12,000 laat week, 141,641
two weeka ago and 12.16k for th.
spondlng days last ysar. -
Aa a general tnmg price, were Juit about
Ko b.low Thureday, aales ranging all, the
way from 10c lower right at . the atari to
I6O20O down on the close. Bulk of the
hogs moved at II. 1601.66, with a sprink
ling on up to 10.70. the top.
SHEEP The biggest Frldavun nf ihu.
and lambs to show up In a long time was
on derk thla morning when twenty-four
cars or some 1,400 bead arrived. For the
week to date receipts foot, up 11,716 head,
Which la 1,000 heavier than laat week, and
14,000 larger than two weeks ago, but email,
er than for tha same period laat year by
over 14,000 head.
Aa aombared with Leak wek'a cle. am
sheep show llttls or M change. Some of
tne gooa native ewog are possibly strong
lo a llttls higher, bat on plainer gradea
no advance has been, noted and culls are'
quite a little lower. Spring lambs firmed
up a llttls early In the week and are clos
ing atrong to 100 160 above last Friday.
A bad break In shorn fed weeterna Monday
waa regained on tne midweek seeslon and
they are fully steady with laat weeka closs.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. .
Cattle, Weak 1 Hogs, Wank) Sheep na
. Lambs, Firm,
Chicago, June II. CATTLE Rec elate.
1,004 head! market, weak: native beef cat
tle. I7.600tl.10; weetern steers, 8.10OI.20;
stockers and feedere, 11.7601.76; eows and
heifer., 18.7101.76; ealvea, II. I0O12.00.
HOOS Receipts, 11,000 head; market,
weak, 16c lower; bulk of sales, I9.I0O0.86;
light, W36OI.I0; mixed, ll.40OI.l0:
heavy, tl.2IOI.l6i rough, 40.3JOI.60; pig,,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 11.000
head) market firm; wethere, I7.00O8.00;
owes, I4.70O7.60; lambs, 17.10010.00;
springs, ti.oooibio. .
W. Louis live Stock Markst.
St. Louie. June It. CATTLE Recelnte.
1.000' head: market steady: native beef
steers, 17.80 011.11; yearling steers ; and
heifers, tl.60O10.ll; cows, I6.&0OI-60:
stockers and fseders, I5.60OI.I0; Texas and,
Oklahoma steers, It.lOOI-IO; prima year
ling ateera ami hetfere, tl.78OI0.26; cowa
and . heifers, I6.00OI.60; prime southern
steers, 11.00910.00; native calves, tl.lOO
MOOS Receipts. 1.100 kead: Diss and
lights, to.OOOI.ll; mixed and butchers.
II.70OI.I6; good heavy, I0.I04JI.I6; bulk
of sales, lt.70OI.t0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,100
head; market steady; wethers, I6.00OB.00;
clipped ewes, 14.00 01.00; clipped lambs,
II.000 14.00. 1 '
City lies Stock Msrkst.
Kansas City, Mo., Juna II CATTLE
Recelpta, 18,000 head; market ateady;
prime I .a steers, 110.200 10.70: dreesed
beef steers, I8.00O10.00; weetern steers,
tl.00O10.l0; stockers and feeders, 14.760
t.00; bulls, 18.7101.00; calvee, I4.600 11.00.
nuuo jteceipta, i.eoo head: market
lower: bulk of aalaa, tl.IIOI.l6; heavy.
IM0OI.I0; packers and butchers. I0.70O
1.16; light, II.I6OI.I0; pile, II. 6008.74.
BHBniF AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.100
head; market, steady; lambs, 18.60011,40;
yearlings. It. HOI. 40; wethers. tl.I607.IO;
St. Joeeph LIts Stock Market.
St. Joaeph. June II. CATTLE Recelots.
600 head; market steady; eteera, I7.60O
10.75: cows and helfera, 14.1601-16; oalvaa,
I7.ooon.oo. , ,
HOUS Hecelnta. 1.000 Head: market
lower; top, 10.10; bulk of sales, M.I0O0.80.
OMKair AHU LAM BE) KSCCIPIS. 1.000
headi market- alow; lambs, 110.00 011.40;
ewes, tl.60O7.00. ,
Stock tat Sight. :
' Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.
....... 1,000 11,000 11.000
.11,000 . 1,000
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Mexican Developments Afford Ex
cuse for Fresh Outburst of
, " Liquidation.
DECLINE GATHERS IMPETUS
....11.400 I0.JO0 H,f00
K ir.au City
Mt. Loula ,.
h'tw York Money Mark. .
Nw York. Jurwf SI. MERCANTILE PA
PER. Sl Pr ent.
STERLING EXCHANGE fltity. dar blHi.
M.T!H 1 demand, 4.T6; cablta, I4.1I-1S.
war. i6H,u; Maxluan dollars.
60Hc . S .
BONDS Go vm man t, ataadyj rsUro&d,
TIME LOANS 'Firm ) atxty and nlnvty
daya, par cant; tlx month, iQ
CALL MONKT Kaalar: talah. 1" par
Miit; low, t par cent) rullnv rata, t
par cam; laat loan, IH Pr eei)t; eloalng
bid, tS par cent! ottered at 1(4 per cent.
U. 8. ref. U, reg 01 Int. M. M. 4Ha.l0H
do coupon.... 90 L. N. unl. 4a.. 04
U. B. la. ref.. 100 M. K. T. lat 4a 7ft
do coupon... 100 Mo. Pae. con, fa.tolV
U. 8. 4a. re....110H Mont. Power bm 1
do coupon. . .110 N. T. C deb. li.UIH
Am. 8ml. i...10n.'Y. City 4H101A
Am. Tel. TaL S. T., N, H.
cv. 4i.T.. ...107 H. ov. .US
Anlo-Franrh Si 6No, Paclflo 4a... U
Mien. an. -do 9
Bal. A Ohio 4a.. IOOre. 8. U ref. 4a 9S
Beth. St. ref. ft. 10014 Pao. T. h. T. te.t00U
Cent. Pacific lat SI Penn. con, 4H104
CheaAO. 1ft do gen. 4Ha..l01
v., u. j. iinatami fen. b. lb4
C, . 81 P. fit. U A Ban P.
ev. aa 100 ref. 4a. . 11 U
C R. I. A P. Ry. Bo, Pac. cv. ft.. 10 J
ref. 4 71 d ref. 4a &
col. bo. r. MI 13 80. Railway 6a..i0iu
t. A R. O. con 4a T8 Union Pac 4a.,.
do rat. ft.... T0 cv. d.....,, 01U
ErI aen. 4.... 71 XJ. 8. Rubber a.l0t
-ucn. Biiac e. . .ma u. n. oieei .. . , ,ioa
UL No. lat 4i W. fnloo ..
111. Cent. ref. 4a W. Rleo. ev. sta in
K. C, 8. rat la. M u
' ' raactea Stock Market. ;
London. June ll.-Amiican aerurlllea m
the atork market flniahad uncertain on tha
Mexican auuauon. -
BII.vkr Br, II l-Ud par ounca. .
MONK Y 4 per cent . .
DISCOUNT RATKfShort bllle. B
caati three mom ha' bill, ft par cant -
New Tork, June 33. Unaettlement verg
ing upon demoralization overtook today'
market, development In the altuatlon with
Mexico affording an excuae, If not an actual
reaon, for a frenh out buret of liquidation.
The decline gathered additional Impetua
from the extenalve operation of a confi
dent abort Internet . which engaged
uoceaalon of drives again t tha weaker ape-
Chief among theae were Tenneaaee Cop
per, which opened with a decline of ft
point on overnight announcement of the
suspension of the dividend, subaeouentiy ex
tending It Ions to 1 point; United State
induatrlal Alcohol, which broke 11, or
total of 10 polnta In two day; shipping
hare, which ware lower by 4 to ft; motor.
t to 3, and the more active metal, fine
laauei excepted. I to 1 polnta.
That the severe reveraal wa made largely
possible by tha existence of an over-extended
bull account In the mora mercurial ape
claltle waa demontrated by the flrmnesa
of representative took, Including dividend-
paying rati and United States Steel. Tneae
restated pressure throughout, making only
nominal decllnee at moat.
The trading conalttVd of a aeries of
decline, reliever temporarily by feeble ral
lies, but eaoh new Belling movement brought
price to new low level. Many "atop
lo" order wera uncovered aa a reault
of Impaired margin, especially In tfhe In
termediate session, when support for soma
laauea seemed utterly lacking. In the final
hour, however, rallies, to which hort cov
ering contributed, effected a partial read
justment, Alcohol, for lnatanca, regaining
almost half It lo. '.
Total aales of stocks amounted to 725,000
General new, In It broader application
to market value, waa In most respecta
encouraging. Local banka are expected to
show further addition to their reserves;
country-wide bank exchanges are well sus
tained and time money la hardening In re
sponse to Increaaed mercantile demands.
Railways earning a exemplified by south
ern Pacific, which reported a net Increaae
of I1.44Z.OOO for May1, point to excellent
transportation condition and mora gold was
brought from Canada, bringing the total
beyond tha I7&,ooo,ooo mark.
Bond wera irregular to heavy with a
aala of Mexican government fta at 4ft, a 1ft-
polnt decline from the offering laat Feb
ruary. Total aales of bonds, par value, wu
United State bonds were, unchanged on
Hundreda. High. Low. Close.
American Beet Sugar 78 88 U 87
American Can 00 64 CI' R
Am, Car and Foundry 22 67 ft ftftty
American Locomotive 91 69 07 67
Am. Smelt. A Refg.. 71 4tf 02H 03
Am. Sugar Refg ti I 110 loft 100S
Am. Tel. A Tel S 130U 1-0 130
43 V1 II T
DVN'S BRVIEW OF TRADE.
Confidence t'nimpatlred By Inieraatlonal
New Tork, June 23. Pun's review to
morrow will My: "
With the economic structure, through the
better organisation of banking resource.
credlta and Industry, retttlng on a more solid
foundation than fever before, confidence u
unimpaired by ' the International oontln
gencle. It la noteworthy that speculative
markets have been only moderately dis
turbed and money and legitimate enterprise
not at all, though prudence Is shown In ex
tending commitment further ahead. This I
a wholesome tendency and the readjustment
of price now In progress in some
Hnea. wilt also prove beneficial In Us ulti
Constructive development still predomi
nate In the business world, and remarkable
activity nrevaila at a nerlod which ordinar
ily la one of tha quieteat. of the year There
la no longer the ruah to buy that featured
recent operation the high coat entering
more into apeculatlona now thai requirements
are mainly covered far ahead, but in moat
Instance new demand are greater than I
utiual at the beginning of summer.
No machinery la Idle la any Important
Industry through lack of contract, but In
soma full production I not possible, be
cause of strike and labor shortage. Weekly
banking clearing, 14,220,048,088.
Minneapolis Grata Market.
. Minneapolis, June 23. WHBAT July,
1. 06(81.1)6; September. 11.06. Cash: No.
1 hard. 1113; No. L northern 11.06 $1. 09;
No. 2 northern, $1.0801.07.
CORN No. 2 yellow, Tft7c.
OATS No. 2 white, 37$3SC,
FLAXSEED 11,73 0 1.77
I , t
, Sugar Merket.
New York, June 23. SUGAR Raw.
ateady, with sales of 21,000 bags; July ship
ment Cubaa, at ftc, with negotiations
pending for mora at tha same price; centri
fugal, 6.27c; molasses, 6.60c; refined, steady;
An granulated, 7.56c. Sugar futures at
noon wera 1 to 4 polnta higher.
Future cloaed steady at unchanged to 3
polnta higher; July, 6.38c; September, 6.62c;
Am. Zinc, !ead A S.
8 17 17
6 174 174,
Anaconda Copper ... 825 81 78 70V
Aicnieon an j oil iv-f juja
Baldwin Locomotive 140 83 74 80
Baltimore A Ohio.... It 80 88 88
BrooK. Rapid Transit a o no
Butte a auDer or cod. laa
California Petroleum 6
Canadian Pacific .... 27 176 174 174
Central Laather 14 64 63 6SW
Cheaapeake A Ohio., 7ft z i i
C, M. A St. P 23 7 06 06
uni. e norinweaiarn - a izs i
C, R. I. A P.. 147 23
Chlno Copper 66i 49
Colo. Fuel A Iron.... SS 40
Corn Prod. Refining 26 19
Crucible Steel 237 79
Distiller's Securities.. S3 44
General Electric ....
Oroat Northern pfd..
Great North. Ore Ctfa
Quggenhelm Bxplo. .
Inter. Conaol. Corp,.
472 48 ij
i aej ao se
6 167 1H6 166
7 120 120 120 '
61 36 33 14
' 2106 'l04'i04
4 17 17 17
141 46 47 48
Intarnat'l Harv., N. J. 4 U2 .122 112
Int. M. M. pfd. ctfa. 863 92
Kftnaaa CAtv (Southern t 26
Kennecott Conner . . 231 48 47
Louisville A Nashville t 132 181 131
Mexican Petroleum ,. 94 vh'A v
H., K. ft i . pia. ,. , ..
Missouri Pacific ....
National Lead ......
New York Central...
N T., N. H. A H . . . .
Norfolk A Western..
Northern Paolfio . . .
Pacific Tel. A Tel.....
Pennsylvania 21 66
Ray Conaol. Copper.. 43 20
Reading '. . 4"1 101
Rep. Iron A Steel.... 28 46
Shattuck Aria, copper a
ft Mill Aha bur
Tunniiuei Pnnuar . . . 241 37 61 28
Texas Company ..... 61 184 180
. . . . is
66' 104 103 101
20 62 62 61
14 131 130 130
90 113 113 113
Paellle .... 11 I4H lVe 164,
Railway.... 18 ti Hi
r Co 131 131 U4j 196
Ilnlnn Paclflo 101 131 1I8H 134
Union Paelflo nt4.... I IlK tavi 114
U. I. Induat. Alcohol III 14IH 111 140H
United atatee Steel.. 741 1441 811( 88
U. H. Steel pia....... 0 liie litn line
Utah (Wer II 76 75 7lC
Wabaeh Pfd. "B".... 10 17 2644 17
Western union lo ns rc v,
Weetlnghouse Electrlo 00 884, 87. 61
'I'Olal saiea lor in. oar, i,v,vvv enaive.
Bleui City Live Ktork Market.
Bloux City, June 1. CATTLB Receipts,
800 heed: market ateady; native ateera,,
10.60: eows ana hellers, ifi.Duvs.oe.
HOOS Receipts. T.eus Tiesa mantel, 10
015e lower; heavy, tl.60OI.80; mlsed, tl.ll
O8.80; light. tl.004Jll.18; bulk ot sales,
8HEKP AND LAMBS Not Duoted.
A Clear Head and Eyes
la obtained, during HAT FEVER aeaaon.
by iht use of "SNUFFINB, Cook's Hay
Fever Relief. It will not irritate tht noat
or yeytii but it aoothlng, eleansing. and
healing. It la a remedy of Merit, and haa
bean ot benefit to hundreda who used it
last season. For aaU at all Drug Stores or
mailed to you direct upon receipt of ti.
WRITE FOR PAMPHLET.
' COOK CHEMICAL COMPANY,
Caapar. Wyamtaf. U.S.A.
9 Metal Market.
New Tork, Juna 22. METALS Lead,
6.90. Spelter, weak; apot, East St, Loula
delivery. $12-. 00 asked. Copper, dull; elec
trolytic, nearby, nominal; September and
later, nominal,, 127.00 29.26. Iron, ateady
and unchanged. Tin,-' Arm; apot. 141.00.
- It pays to trade with Us nice
elected stock, lowest prices. We
can afford it no high rent to pay.
Ladies' $1.60 Waists, . QO '
on sale, at ivOC
Ladies' 60c Underwear, -
S5.00 Skirts'," our ' " tt O C A
60c Silk Hose, all . OQ
colors, at... 07C
$2.60 White Pumps, djl
on sale... Pl,tiJ
$3.60 Patent Pumps, t no
on sale , plaa70
$1.0 Children's Slip- . QQ
pen, on sale .......
Big Line of Rain- $9 QQ
coats, at, Je3ei70
Visit Ug Often and See the New
Thing We Receive Daily.
31416 North ISth St
Twelve New Models
On Sale and Display Satnrday ,
For the First Tim. . -
Yes, they are high class Georgette
Crepe Blouses four models are tit.
four models are $6.95, and four mod--!
els are 16.60. ,
The fact that they may be found
at' Julius Orkin'g The Home -of
Quality Blouses is sufficient assur
ance of their prettiness and value.
. 1508-10 Douglas St.
Go to The Novelty Co.
THE STORE FOR
In Our Women' Dept.
Give you picking choice
of an elegant line of Wash
Skirt; all- color; all
sizes; worth to $1.98.
Give you picking choice
of an up-to-date line of
Sport Skirt; full flare; all
color. Come see. Worth
Give you. picking choice
r c:n Tcfs. ,CnM4 D
or our aim, lausui) wiw
or Plain Skirt; worth to
Women' unga- ?
low Aprons; tllQ
color; worth toaJCe
75c i .
Dreaaea: all color
and Sizes; worth
AH our Trimmed A.r
Hats; new model p LO
all color I
worth to $3.50. . .
Waist; all styles;
worth to $1.00.
Women's White 1
Shoe and Oxr$ 07
ford; all sizes; I
worth to $2.50... '
Women's Mary Jane faOQ
Patent or Gun Metal P
Strap Slippersi worth .
Nine Specials in Our
Men's Dept Saturday.
The Novelty Co.
. Under-New Management.
214216 No. 16th
BERNSTEIN & KRASNE.
ONE WEEK ONLY .
FREE--An $0.00 Silk Uest-FREE
With every made-to-measure suit order. Just
think of it An $8 fancy vest FREE.
Pattern Guaranteed All Wool. Every garment made to your measure. Come in and
Inspect pur large display of 'All-Wool patterns. They can't be duplicated. We make them
in ouf mills. , , ; '
$15 SUIT OR OVERCOAT $15
We keep in
press and re
pair all gar
ments made by
Northwest Corner 15th and Harney Streets
of the Security Storage & Wholesale Furniture Distrib
uting Co. is rapidly being reloaded and forwarded to us
graphs are from
of the big ware
houses that con
tain a trainload of
by us at less than
piece, , new,
iSirrrrr-r I I
Irrrrff ' .
i These mammoth
B tain more than
70,000 square feet
of floor space
loaded with furni
ture to their roofs,
in original crates
intended for dis
tribution to deal
ers. WE BOUGHT
IT, ALL IN ONE
The Two Great Warehouse. Located at Waterloo, la.
No single Purchase in the history of Omaha
business events will parallel the magnitude of this
purchase, particularly along the line of
Furniture and House Furnishings
z and that it does eclipse any of which we' know; is
safe to say. Your interest, however, is in what
this purchase means to you in Saving You
Money on Your Furniture Needs. This we "
are enabled to do with profit to ourselves and a
saving to our customer, which is made so distinctly
, plainin the price of every piece of this Furniture
plainly marked in plain figures'at our every-day
Low Prices. Many hundred wise buyers are mak- y '
ing their selections this week, even before one-third
of this purchase has reached us. Think of what this
means when compared to the market conditions
now existing in the East, and take time by the , -
torelock and come and get your share of this
Harvest of Bargains
ThefeJ A Reason
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