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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1918)
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, iyi8.
OR RENT FURNISHED
ft.EIJj furnished S-room and bath apart
ment, July 15, for J or I months; Hans
om park district Call Harney 1721.
toOL, well-furnished three and five-room
apartments. Walking distance. ii and
145. Address Be 9997.
tTRICTLT MODERN. beautifully fur
nished five rooms, near car. Harney 1111.
fHREE-ROOM apartment, well furnished,
olos la, 111. Douglas T67I.
FOR RENT HOUSES
VoR RENT Brand new four-room modern
apartment; good neighborhood; walking
distance; must ba aeen to be appreciated.
The Chlodo. 2553 Marcy. office 201 Balrd
Bldg. Phone Douglas US3.
llX.ROOM flat.- ateam heat, J35 summer,
$40 winter. 2624 Leavenworth street
Conrad Young. S22 Brandels Theater.'
l-ROOM apartment, the Chula Vista, 30th
and Poppleton Ave., for rent June 1.
Apply Conrad Young, 121 Brandels The
ater. Douglas 1671.
' "ll0i "No. 69th St.. 7 rooms 115.00
till Bedford Ave, ( rooms . .. 12 50
OMAHA LOAN A BLDG. ASS'N.
25(8 Douglas, rooming house. ...... .133.00
1518 -North 16tb, rooming hou 33.00
' JOHN N. FRENZER, DOUGLAS 554.'
fTRICTLY high grade West Dodge resit
- dence. Near Blackstone hotel. 7 rooms.
V-ROOM bouse, hot water heat; walking
distance. Harney 2041.
l-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, 2627 CHI
CAGO BT HARNEY 3698.
SEMIS PARK 7-room house; modern.
2218 Lincoln Blvd.
Lake View cottage, on two car lines, at
Carter lake, desirable for 5 or 6 ladles
or gentlemen. Webster 50-11,
. VoUR rooms and bath, second floor, $10,
2632 Seward, five-room bouse, part mod
ern, $14, 2708 Seward, Red 682.
SEVEN rooms modern, $25, near postoffice.
Q. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
7-ROOM modern bouse, 2866 Hamilton St.
Il43 SOUTH Thirty-second street, 7 rooms,
Hans com park district
ARMSTRONG WALSH CO.,
Tyler 1686. - 238 Securities Bldg.
1921 LEAVENWORTH ST. 5-r. part mod.
flat, $17.10. Alfred C. Kennedy Co., 206
S. 18th St. Doug. 722.
, io-ROOM modern bouse; laundry. Keys
2601 Capitol At. Phone Harney 6664.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
, FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
j Realtors. Tyler T2I.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS A CO.. BEE BLDG.
SIX-ROOM bouse with or without garage.
- Modern except heat Webster 2826;
Shnnn 4 Co R tal Douglas 4228
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
" I rooms in the Hudson, 207 South 26th
Avenue; heat and janitor service; $42.60
and $60.00 per month.
Benson & Myers Co., Realtors,
424 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 7426.
4-ROOM, nice woodwork, south and east
front i minutes walk from postoffice, $16
per month; water rent paid, 2422 Leaven
worth. Call Doug. 6213 before 8 or after
6j intermediate call Doug. 9683.
'VhrEE ROOM apartment south front, large
closet. $11 per month; see apartment any
time, 2422 Leavenworth. Call Douglas
. 8212 before 8 or after 6, Intermediate call
ir'URNISHED LA TUNA APTS. 641 S. 24th
St A large liv. room, a dress, room and
oloset combined, a kltch. and bath, comp.
turn., best of service. D. 1533.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists In Apartment management
HAMILTON APTS.. fireproof; fin lawn and
flowers; best location, 24th and Farnam.
Price reasonable Call D 1472
ANGELUS APARTMENTS 26th Ave. and
' Douglas; to sub-let one, two-room apart
- innt. - Harney 2074. -
MODERN Estabrook Apts.. near postoffice,
$22. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
4-ROOM apartment. Modern except heat
No children. 1112 S. 11th.
s-ROOM apartment. Dunsany, 10th and
; Pierce. St, Janitor service. Douglas 6392.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
FINE new store room and basement at 27th
and Leavenworth streets. .Steam beat.
' For particulars see Conrad Young. 322
Brandels Theater Bldg., Douglas 1671
TORE FOR RENT 16th and Douglas, 20x
' 60. steam heat, rent $116 per month.
. WORLD REALTY CO..
Douglas 6343. Sun Theater Bldg.
STORE Corner Cass and Sixteenth St
Fin businesa location. G. P. Stebblns,
MODERN (tore, 16th St, near P. a Low
rent Q P Stebblns. 1610 Chicago
"office and Desk Hoom
iUE BEE BLDG. Office for high class
tenant . who want tb best Keystone
" Investment Co. Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses.
LIST your house for rent wltb us and get
- results. Mors request than houses, give
- Payne Invesment Co., Realtors.
IS7 Omaha National Bank Bldg, D. 1781.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN 4 STORAGE CO.
. Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture ator i offlo on Howard St. between
11th and 16th. Phone Tyler 1400. Have
your moving bandied lust a you would
an order for new furniture. That' tb way
We do It ASK 10 see our aauy rental nets
FREE srvicl FIDELITY
16TH AND JACKSON. DOUG. 888.
STORAGE. MOVING, PACKING.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENT8.
Separate locked room for household
rood and piano; moving, packing and
OMAHA TAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 8. 16th. Douglas 414$.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service in moving, packing and
- storing all Tyler .280 or Douglas 4331
'T D7T7,T"i Express CtT. Moving,
Vm V. SXLlLixJ packing and Storage.
1107 Famam St Web 2741 Doug 6146
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; earefnl men. Fur
niture pack.. torag. I41T Chicago. P-3864
WEST A SUTTON.
Piano, household moving: liv stock
auled, D. 8728. 1606 Caw St
REXL ESTATE IMPROVED
BEMIS PARK HOME
Aa unusually well built two-story and
attic, '-sight-room modern house, finished
in quarter sawed white oak. first floor;
four corner bed rooms, complete tiled bath
room on second floor finished In quarter
awed pine, stairway to floored attic Full
cemented basement, brick foundation, Mc
Oes furnace; all walls back plastered,
canvassed and hand decorated In oil.
Built for bom at a cost to owner of over
37,200; lot alone worth $1,600; price only
$6,350; easy terms; Immediate possession;
key at our office; lot 45x172 feet; investi
gate It you want a bargain.
GEORGE & CO.,
City Nat'I Bank Bldg. Doug. 7S6.
SPECIAL close In bargain; dandy all mod
: rn 7-room heme near Central High in
very fine repair both In and outside; pav
ing all paid, will rent for $35; will take
' $4,009 and make terms or take your
mall house In exchange, or what have
ou to offer?
210 Keeline Bid . Tyler 721
REAL ESTATE IMPROVFD
Beautiful S-room house in setting of
fin young forest trees (double .arage)
on prettiest part or the "Prettiest Mile"
(Florence Boulevard), -front Into he
legant grounds of C. W. Martin; house
excellently built and beat of condition;
Tl-ft'front: n real home; 11.000 under
th market i Vo. $8,500. ACT QUICKLT
IP INTERES'i i n '
HARRISON & MORTON,
916 Omaha Nat . V Douglas 314
P. S. Still harping on this bouse he
cause there are probably (0 people In
Omaha who would buy the house of they
knew bow desirable and cheap tt was. IT
MUST BE SOLD AND 13 AN OPPOR
TUNITY FOR SOMEONE. H. M.
5-room practically new bungalow on
50th St car line near Binney St Strictly
modern, oak finish, full basement, fur
nace heat, one block to new school. Owner
has left city and must sell. Price, $3,500
on easy terms. '
J. L. HIATT COMPANY
900 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOWS. Two brand new and very nifty S-room
bungulows under construction at 28tb
Ave. and Camden will be sold at $3,600
each. These places will be modern In
every respect; one block to car and store;
close to school and to Miller park; $350
cash will handle and balance monthly
payments of $31.50. Sewer, water, gai
and electricity all in and paid for; no
special taxes. See these at once.
NEAR KOUNTZE PARK.
6-room all modern bouse, 2 bedroom
and bath up, $ down; good furnace, ce
ment walks, paving paid; only $3,200; on
P. J. TEBBENS CO.,
806 Om. Nat. Bk. Phone D. 2182.
3621 HAMILTON STREET, $3,160.
Oak and birch finished, very modern
6-room bungalow, with sleeping porch.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1808 FARNAM.
WE SELL, rent. Insure and make loans on
city property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames Ave., Col. 217.
IF you are going to buy a home, see this
first; a rine five-room house; electrio
lights, gas and water. Price $2,000. See
Owner at 2330 Manderson.
THE BEST BUY IN OMAHA,
Five-room bouse, electric lights and
water, $2,250. Call Colfax 4094,
M1NNE LUSA home and lota offer the
beat opportunity to Inveet your money
Phone Tvler 187
On -room and one 4-roora cottage, both
on on lot, live In one and rent the other.
Price, $2500. Tferms. No. 2433 South
20th St. Norrls & Morris. 104 North 15th
St. Phons D. 4270.
FIELD club district, 7-r. modern .bouse,
garage, lot 70x165, price, $4,250. C.
A. Orlmmel. Phone Douglas 1616.
$450 DOWN AND $30 PER
Just listed, a new 6-room bungalow,
all on one floor. Oak floor and oak fin
ish. Colonnade opening, plate rail and
panel walls. Owner has left city and
has offered to sacrifice this place at
$3,260, lesB than the house can be built
Payne Investment Co.,
537 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg
5-ROOM cottage, two blocks from car.
full lot, $2,000. Terms, $300 cash, balance
$20 per month.
BENSON AND CARMICHAEL
643 Pa i ton Block
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
203 S. 17th St. Douglas 5012.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance.
1220 Farnam St. Doug. 1064.
HOMES AND H MESITE8.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
637 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg Doug. 1781.
F. D. WEAD SELLS REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your bom or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
Electrio Bldg. Tyler 86.
BUSINESS property and Investment.
A. P. TUKEY am! SON.
620 First National Hank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
Income. Business and Trackage Specialist
15th and Dodge St Douglas 41.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
EXCLUSIVE Artificial ami Natural lc busi
ness, In county seat town of 2,500. Also
upplylng three other towns exclusively
with ice. Excellent business opportunity.
Also have good Ice rreom trade. Best
of reasons for disposing of business. Want
land In exchange. Phone or write, C. W.
Oraff, Tecumseh, Neb.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 120-ACRE
southern Iowa farm; all corn land; good
Improvements; on main road and mall
route; wanted In exchange, general mer.
"chandlae, hardware and furniture. Writ
P. O. Box, Osceola, la. .
FOR SALE 160 acres of Wyoming oil land,
$15 per aore. Will exchange. 228 City
LOT, 23d and Pratt. 1 block from car line,
good residence district. Will exchange
for automobile. 2224 Pratt St Web. 3113.
REAL ESTATE- Unimproved
$1 DOWN. $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.
FOR 8ALE S lot. Just outh of Elrawood
Park In Overlook addition. Owner leaving
City. Will aell cheap for cash. Address
Box T 1188, Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
HOT WATER HEAT
High and sightly, with a wonderful
vlw of the river and the city; 8 room,
til bath, garage In house, laundry tubs,
electrio light, oak floors. Immediate pos
session. Price and term on application.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
111-20 City National.
Flv room, oak finish In living room
and dining room, built-in buffet in din
ing room, complete and modern in every
respect; lot 60x106 tt; look at 4640 Dodge
street, then see us.
The Byron Reed Co.
Phone Douglas 297. 1012 Farnam St
I HAVE $500 caab and a good Dundee lot
to make first payment on Dundee home.
Phone Dougla 6074,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
FOR SALE Two beautiful lots lust south
of Elmwood park in Overlook addition:
full site lots. 60x150 Owner leaving th
city will sell cheap for cash. Act quick.
Address Box T 1105. Omaha Be.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED RANCH OR FARM
Press brick business block and residence
property: also 130.000 worth mortgage pa
per. S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY.
ill City Nafl Bank Bldg.
HAVE customer for $4,000 7-room. modern
house, bet. 34th and 30th and bet Daven
port and Cuming Sts. Will pay cash.
Call Mr. Browne. Ty 1672.
JNTER-STATE REALTY CO..
913-14 City National Bank Bldg.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
1300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
rn Tvler 701 rim N flank Bid
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages,
HAVE that Installment loan on your home
changed to a straight five-year loan and
relieve yourself of that monthly burden
E. H. Lotigee, Inc.. 638 Keeline Bldg.
H. VV BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loan
Cltv National Bank Bldg
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS
W T GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg. Douglas 1633.
K1 CI FARM LOANS.
72 10 PAUL PETERSON. O l2 O
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDO '
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1716
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, 6V4 and 6 Per Cent.
J. H. DUMONT CO.. Keelln Bldg.
5V2 HARISON A MORTON. 5V2
818 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D
Wead, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam 8ta.
MONEY to loan on Improved farm and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN at COMPANY Douglas 4226.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY. '
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg
LOW RATES C. Q. CARLBERG. 112 Bran-
a el Tnester ma o bus
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR SALE Ten $1,000 4Vi per cent sewer
Intersection bonds, issue of July 7, 1116
We will sell all or part Advise best of
fer. Dexter Portland Cement Company
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Farms, Farms, Farms
If your farm I for sals and your price
la right, where you have good goods for
the money, Hat with me. I have all
kinds of customers for all kinds of
farms, but the value must be there;
within less than 60 miles of Omaha pre
ferred, any size from 10 acres to 1,000,
or up. Let's GET BUSY.
ORIN S. MERRILL COMPANY,
1217-1218 City National Bank Bldg.
If your farm Is tor sale and your price
Is right. ' where you have good good for
th money, list with me. I have all
kinds of customers for all kinds of farms,
but the value must be there; within less
than 60 miles of Omaha preferred, any
size from 10 acres to 1,000, or up. Let'
ORIN 8. MERRILL COMPANY.
1217-1218 City National Bank Bldg.
Our next excursion to McOehee, Ark
W. S FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
I own and control 25,000 acres In Chey
enne and Lincoln counties, Colorado. Here
are some of my special bargains:
sections $12.60 per acre
1,280 acres 10.00 per acre
1,280 acres 12.00 per acre
2,560 acres 16.00 per acre
These lands are all 100 per cent tillable,
situated In Cheyenne county; terms. 1-2
cash, balance 5 annual payments at per
W. J. MOREHART, Mankato, Minn.
YUMA CO., COLO. N. E. 7-6s-48w. Good
soil, lays, well, good neighborhood. Prloe
$2,400, of which $1,100 can be carried 2
years at 6 per cent; 1 trade. R. M.
Cautborn, 302 Schweitzer Bldg., Wichita,
FOR SALE Eighty acres, Adams county,
Iowa land, four miles from railrosd. Im
proved. Address F. R. Davison. Pine
KIT CARSON land. A good quarter near
Selbert, Kit Carson Co. Will sell cheap
with terms. Clauson Bros., Klron, la.
GREAT BARGAINS $6 down, $5 monthly
buys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$220. Address Box 283, Springfield, Mo.
NORTH LOUP RIVER
RANCH 2,520 ACRES
This ranch Is crossed by the North
Loup river, 1.000 acres being raw hay
and alfalfa land; good buildings; 8-room
house, new barn being built, coating
$3,500; granaries, cribs, hog houses and
all buildings necessary for a well equip
ped ranch. Fenced and crossed-fenced;
$9,000 worth of improvements; cuts 500
tons of hay and alfalfa; thousands of
bushels of corn raised last year; 70 acre
of rye and small grain. Land grows ex
cellent timothy and clover. Upland rot
rough and well grassed. Prloe $16.60 per
acre. For sale on most reasonable terms
to responsible party. This Is a bargain.
Stock can be bought with the place.
WHITE & HOOVER,
464 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
200 ACRE STOCK FARM FOR SALE: Three
mile West and on mils North of Ft.
Calhoun, Washington county. Neb., 16
miles Northwest of Omaha, All fenced
and cross-fenced with woven wire fence.
115 acres In cultivation, balance pasture,
fine waterworks system and fine Improve
ments for raising and feeding bog and
cattle. Telephone connection and mall
delivery at farm. Price $185.00 per acre.
Inquire at Fort Calhoun State bank or
HENRY ROHWER, Fort Calhoun, Neb.
FOR SALE 480 acre Burfalo county farm,
to settle an estate; 230 sores pasture; 25
alfalfa; 20 of wild hay meadow, balance
farm land. Land rolling wltb heavy clay
subsoil. Fenced and cross-fenced; 1 good
wells and wlndmolls; 7-room house; barn
40x42: other outbuilding; 6 mile from
railroad town; mall and telephone; sold
subject to lease; possession March 1;
price $42 per acre, half cash; term on
balance. P O Box 125. Kearney. Neb.
MERRICK COUNTY FARM.
160 acre located 6 miles from Central
City, one.balf mile to a good school, all
good black loam soil, lies perfect not a
foot of waste, all fin alfalfa land. This
place has just a fair set of improvements
not in the best of repair. Price, $136 per
acre, with part terms. Will consider a
good Omaha residence as part payment
What have you? Write or see M. A,
WRITE me for pictures and price my farm
and ranches In good Old Dawes County.
Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford, Neb.
WE specialize In selling Nebraska ranches.
Whit & Hoover. 454 Omaha Nat'l Bank
160 ACRES Improved, closeln, paved road.
Ntlson. 422 Securities Bldg.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $60 par a..
Including paid-up water rlgbta Henry
Ivt r. M Rvlander 864 maha Nst'l
FARM LANDS FOR RENT
HAY LAND FOR RENT
Prairie Timothy and Clover.
GEORGE AND CO. D. 756
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't itst your farm wltb tu If you
want to keep It.
B. P 6NOWDEN A 80N.
610 Elertrlr Bid Dnualss 8271
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR SALE On saddle horse and on
Shetland pony. 2301 So. 23d.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
2.000 DAY OLD chicks. Rock Reds. Or
pingtons, Leghorn. Webster 1708 2212
WHEAT screenings, $2.60 per 100. Delivered,
Wagner, 101 N. 16th St, Phone Doug, 1143.
OMAHA -TJYB STOCK
Cattle 10 to 15 Cents Lower;
Hog Market Shows Im
Omaha. July 2, 1818.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 7.0(5 t.m 12,097
Kitlmated Tuesday .., 8,800 13,500 11,750
Two days this week. .13,885 23.417 34.847
Same days last week.. 10,257 25,907 25,031
Same days 2 wks. ago.. 14.488 27.685 11.114
Sam days 3 wks. ago.. 16.2S0 21,480 8,161
Same day year ago... 8.149 16,688 6,33$
C, M. St. P. 16
Wabash 17' 1
Missouri Paclfio ...... 6 1 ..
Union Paclfio 45 45 49
C. & N. W., east 12 4 1
C. & N. W., weat 49 87 1 2
C. St. P., M. O. ....! 17
C, B. A Q . east 39 1 2 1
C, B. & Q.i west 68 80 .. ..
C.; R. I. P., east ,...22 8 .. e. ..
C. R. I. ft P.. west .... 1 4 .. ..
Illinois Central ..4 1
Chicago Gt. Wet. .... 1 1 ..
Total receipt 371 193 62 6
Morris ft company 905 3.574 891
Swift and company 1.211 2.577 8.999
Cudahy Packing company 2.048 8.264 873
Armour ft company ......1,650 3.170 4.854
Schwartz company .... 1.919
J. W. Murphy 643
Lincoln Packing eompany 48
Omaha Packing eompany , 34
Wilson Packing company 68
Hill 8on 63
F. B. Lewi 76
J. B. Root ft company ... 87
Rosenstock Bros. ........ 75
Werthlmer ft Degen .... 162
Sullivan Bros 12
Banner Bros 2
John Harvey 66
Jensen ft Lungren ...... 64
Pat O'Dav 2$
Other Buyer 741 1,611
Tittals T.411 14.147 14,216
Cattle on a very liberal upply of 6,800
head trading was low to 10a to 16o lower
on all except cholc weighty teer. for
which packer paid up a nign aa iis.sw.
The good to choice 1.200 to 1,600 pound
beeves were about steady with yesterday', at
about $17.60 to $18.10, whll th 1,000 to
1,200-pound sold from $16.76 to $17.00 and
on down tor th common to fair light weight
kind. Yearling wr vry low, going to
th icsles and price lower on th medium
to lighter kind and about steady on th
prima fat grades, prices anywher from
$13.26 to $16.(0. Butcner stock was steaoy
on th cornted cow and heifer and alow
to 25o lower on th grassy kinds. Beef
bulls, calves and canners and cutter were
steady with yesterday. Stocker and teed
era were active and stronger.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $17.50018.30; fair to good neevea,
$15.7617.00; common to fair beeve.
$13.00(515.50; good to choice yearlings,
$ 15.50 16.60; fair to good yearlings, $13.26
15.26; common to fair yearlings, $9,000
12.60; good to choice heifers, $12.00
14.00; good to choice cows, $11.0018.25;
fair to good cows, $9.0011.00; common to
fair cows, $7.2608.76; prime feeders, $11.75
12.60; good to choice feeders, $9.60
11.00; fair to good feeders. $8.009.26;
common to fair feeders, $7.609.76; good
to choice stockers, $9.76811.76; slock
heifers, $7.009.00; stock cows, $7.2541
$.26; veal calves, $8.00fil3.21 bull, (tag,
Hogs Receipts of hogs today amounted
to 198 loads, estimated at 13,600 bead, mak
ing the run for the two day 23,417 head.
There was some Improvement noted In the
market today a compared with yesterday.
Th lower end of the bulk remained th
ame. but the top of the bulk was raised a
nickel, aa well as the high sale for the
day. More of the hogs sold at the upper
end of the bulk than yesterday. The ma
jority of the sales wa $16.16016.26, with
top of $16.40.
Sheep There was a liberal run of sheep
today, 51 loads, estimated at 12,750 head,
making suppiics for the two days 24,847
head. The market was a rather dead af
fair during the early hours, nothing what
ever being sold at the time of writing this
report The salesmen were asking higher
prices, which buyers were slow in giving.
The general market at this hour is quotably
Quotations on Sheep: Lamb, good to
choice, fl7.00il8.25; lambs, fair to good,
$14.5017.OO; yearlings fed, good to choice.
$13.00013.60; yearlings, fair to good, $12.75
111.00; ewes, good to choice, $11. 008)12. 00!
ewes, fair to good, $10.00 11.00,
No. Average. Price.
26 fat ewes fed 83 11.75
24 cull ewe , 86 7.00
fi fat wethers fed .....100 13.00
47 fed fat ewes 100 11.60
77 cull ewes 80 6.50
64 spring lambs 51 17.26
Kansa City Llv Stock.
Kansas City, July 2. Cattle Receipt,
10,000 head; market steady to 26 cent
higher: prim ted steers. $17.26018.35;
dressed beef steers, $12.60 17.00; western
steer, $10.50 18.00; southern steers, 88 00
18.60; cows, $6.6Ul2.uff; neners, s.uudj
14.00: stockers and feeders, $7.B0l.OO;
bulls, $8.00ffill.OO; calves, $8.00015.00.
Hogs Receipts. 13,000 bead; market
steady to 5 cents lower; bulk, $16.45016.60;
heavy. $16.65016.65; packers and butchers,
$16.40016.65; light, $16.26016.60; pigs,
Sheeri Receipts, 7,000 bead; marker
higher; lambs, $16.00018.16; yearling,
8I4.00rd17.00: wethers. 812.00 15.00; ewes.
$8.00013.60; stocker and feeders, $6,600
St. Louis live Stock.
St. Louis July 2. Cattle Receipts, S.200
head: market steady; native beef steers,
$11.60017.60; yearling steers and heifers,
to uriimii RA. 87. 50iflilS.76: atockers and
feeders, $8.60013.00: fair to prime southern
beef eteers, $10.00017.70; beer cows ana
heifers, 16.00013.60; native calves, $7,760
Unn n.ini. i 000 head: market
lower; light $16.60016.70; pigs, $16,250
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540. 1 mo., K. goods, lata i. ss.ev.
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LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
1 Of SMALLER LOANS. JtW,
IO W C. FLATAU EST. 1891 10
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDO. TT 150.
miMowna iwn TirWF'T.n Y LOANS.
Lowest rate. Privet losn booth Harry
Msisnhnr-k TS 14 nod re T 5819 t
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
James N. Marsh and wife to Arthur
O. Butler. 25th St., 203 feet N.
of Ohio St.. east stde. 80x120.... t 1,250
Roe Y. McClave and husband to
Frank Trlbulato, Military Ave., 120
feet N. of Burden St. west slds,
triangular piece 601
Edgar H. Scott and wife to Herbert
S. Arnwteln, 62d St. 700 feet B. of
Howard St.. east aide. 60x135.... 1,601
Fred Arbrust and wife to Joseph
Nowascyk and wife, Frederick St.,
126 feet E. of 10th SL, so. side,
Arthur C. Lease to Mary E. Stiles.
Pinkney St., 183 feet E. of 16th St.,
so. side, (0x124 1,100
Ellsworth M. Ecjman and wife to D
E. Bradshaw. s. w. cor. 61st Ave.
and Dodge St., 76x135 18.000
IgnaU J. Pawelczyk and wife to
Frank C. Zadtna and wife, Elm
St.. 11 feet W. of 30th St., so.
side, 84.4x131.1 1.800
Louis Klebba and wife to Mary F.
Miller, Charle St., 71 feet E. of
81st St, no. side, $5x127.6 1,260
Flora M. Funkhouser Vivian Rail,
36th Av 100 feet S. of Spragu
St weat side, 60x100 1,400
William C. Norrls to Ben Liistgartsn,
s. e. cor. 16th and Kansas Ave.,
Francis A. Brogan and wit to Hattl
W. Beaton, n. cor. 41st and
Davenport 8t, 74x110 11,600
Ida F. Curtis and husband to Hattl
N. Harper, Chicago St. 100 feet E.
of 60th St.. no. aide 6.000
George B. Welty and wife to Mary E.
Norlem, . . cor. 13d and Clay
St., 122x272 10,000
John A. Forrest and wife to Louis F.
Kruplcka, loth St., 170 feet N. of
Lake St. west side, 13x100 1,100
John A. Forrest and wife to Louis F.
Kruplcka, 20th St, 201 feet N. of
Lake St, west aide, 14x100 1,100
John J. Safarlk and wife to John
Hurley, n. . cor. 29th and Q St.,
61x80 4; 700
Edward H. Howland and wlf to Er-
hard Cornr et al, a. w. cor. 14th
and Orover St., 11.4x130. 126
Herman Schneldewlnd and wife to
Edward F. Williams, s. e. cor 36th
A.v and Fowlar Av, i2xl2..M 0t
16,65: mixed snd butcher. $16.16616.76
good heavy, $16.10016.16; bulk, $11,450
Sheep Receipts, 4.100 head; 'market
strong to higher; lamb. $14.60018.00;
ewes. $11.00012.00; canners and choppers.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET
Beef Cuts Wholesale price of beef cuts
effective July 1 are as follows: Loins, No.
1. 18Ho; No. 1. 16Ho; No. 1, llho, Rib.
No. 1, 34Ho; No. 3, J3c; No. 3, lS"a
Rounds, No. 1. 17o; No. 3. 27c: No. 8. 23 Ho.
Chucks. No. 1, 22Ho; No. 2.'21Hc; No. 8.
16 He Plate. No. 1, lHo; No, 8, 16c; No.
Fish Fancy froisn larg catfish, 1 to 1
lb, average, per lb, 26c; this Is fancy fresh
frosen stork of fin quality; fancy fresn
catfish, odd siie, large, 38c; fancy fresh
halibut direct from ship, fast vxpress, lie
lb.; fancy black cod, larg slses. lte lb.;
fancy fresh trout to suit, I Jo lb.;
fancy tresb royal whit chlnook salmon, J 0c
'lb.; fancy fresh whtteftsb, 18o lb.; fsncy
fresh yellow pike, 18c lb.; fancy fresh pick
erel, 15o lb.; fanoy fresh red chlnook sal
mon, 26o lb.; fancy fresh blood-red bull
heads, large, 21e lb.; medium, 1!: lb.; fsncy
fresh pickerel, 12o lb.; fancy fresh rock
bsss, 4 lb., each 20c; fancy fresh yellow
ring perch, lb. each, 19c: fancy frtsh
herring, llo lb.; fancy haddock, ISO lb.
fancy steak cod, eastern, 15c lb, fresh crap
pies, 2O 023O lb.; fresh buffalo, large. 12c
lb.: fresh whit perch, lie lb.; fresh dressed
carp, large, 10O lb.; fancy steak cod, west-
en, 110 ID.; fancy gun rea snapper, .so
lb.; fancy iroxen large oass, jva id.;
fancy frosen skinned whiting, odd sis.
flaky, almost boneless,' 15-lb. baskets, rsr
basket, 12.65; round. 70 lb.; fsncy rroien
round pink salmon, 14c lb.: fancy troien
red sstmon. 3 Jo lb,; fancy frosen pin sal
mon. 30o lb.; fancy frosen sturgeon, lOo lb.:
fancy frosen Spanish mackerel, 17o lb.;
fancy frosen native Fall mackerel, 21c lb.;
fancy frosen flounder, uo id.; lancy
frozen sole. 12o lb.; fancy frosen western
red snapper, lOo lb.; fancy frosen sllvsr
ismelts. 13o lb.; fancy frosen No. 1 whit
mullet. 6o lb.: fancy frosen Canadaln Tulll
be whlteflsh, avsrage lb., 10c; fancy
frosen Canadian whlteflsh, large, dressed or
round, 18o lb.; fancy frosen Canadian
dressed pickerel, 12o lb.; tancy frosen Cana
dian round pickerel, lOe lb.; fancy frosen
dressed herring, larg. $e lb.: round, to lb.;
fancy baraouda, 14o lb.; tancy sea roek
bass, 14o lb.; fanoy ro ansa, mo id.; tancy
shad ro, per pair, market; fanoy srrioked
chlnook salmon, 10-lb. boxes. 2So lb.; fancy
kippered salmon, 10-lb. baskets, $1.00; fancy
smoked whlteflsh. lake nan. id-id. assists,
$2.10; fancy kippered cod, 10-lb. basket.
Orange 10. It, 126. 191. 124. $7.60; 110,
176, lit, 160, $8.00. Lemon. Sunklat, $11.60:
Red Bailee. 260, $10.00. Bananas, 1 to
7Ho lb: California paaches, $1.21 box;
peachea, southern. $$.00 crate. California
plum, li.it oral. unuon iniiu,
is on. California cherries, red and black.
8-lb, basket $126; H. O. ehsrrtea, call at
market prloe, 10-lb. market basnets ana
Wntatnea. new. I tin lb. Head lettuce,
$4.00 crate; head lettuce, 11.11 dosen; leaf
lettuce. 50O dosen. laDDag, car imm, n
lb.; leas quantities, 5o lb. Onions, yellow,
California. In 100 lb. ack. IHa lb.; onions.
H. Q 20c do. Radishes, 80c, do. Asparagus.
60o doxen. Michigan celery, 60 dosen.
Telephone peas. 15c. Cucumbers, 1 do,
box, $1.60, to $3.76 box. Beans, wax. $3.60
basket; green beans, $2.60 basket Sum
mer squash, $1.00 dosen. Beets, 40o do.
Carrots. 40o doz. Artichokes, $1.50. Green
peppers, 60c. Tomatoes, 4 basket crates,
$1.25. Llmas. $5.00. Garlic 17 Uo. Egg
plant. $2.00 box.
Sandard. 45s. $4.60; pony. 64s, $4.00;
flats, 12 to 15 $1.76.
Watermelons, a Ho lb.
flrackertack. checker, cbum $5.60; V,
case, $2.16. Ear popcorn, 18c lb.; shelled
popoorn 11-lb. pkg., 4-do. case, $4.00. Thre
H honey, 1 lb. glasses, 1 dos. case, $3.86,
Baited peanut $3.00; peanut, IT 14 to 20o lb.
New York Money.
New York. July 2. Mercantile Papar
Four month, t per cent; six months, t per
fif.rlln 60-dav bills. I4.73V4: commercial
60-day bill on banks. $4.72; commercial
60-day bills, $4.71K; demand, $4.76tt!
cables, $4.76 7-16.
FriJncs Demand, $5.711 caDlcs, $..
Guilders Demand, 60V4c; cables. 608io.
Lire Demand. $8.82: cables, $8.80.
Rubles Demand, 134o; cables, 14c, nom
Bar liver' 99 Ho.
Mexican Dollar 77c.
Bond Government, firm; railroad, Ir
I .cans Time, steady: 60 days, isoi
per cent; 90 days, 6V6 06K per cent; f
months, 54 06 per cent.
Call Money Strong; high, per cent;
low, 4 per cent; ruling rate. 4 per cent;
closing bid, 6H per cent; offered at per
cent; Isst loan, 6 per cent.
U. S. 2a, reg.. 18 I. C. ref. 4s.... 78
TJ. 8. 2s, coupon 98 Int. M. M. 6s.. 97 tt
U. 8. Ss, reg... 19 H K. C. 8. ref. 6s.. 78
U. 8. 3s, coupon 19ttI N. un. 4s (3
U. S. lb. 8 Us... 99.60 M K ft T 1st 4 60
U. S. 4. reg..,. 106 M. P. gen. 4s.. 67
U. S. 4s, coup. 108 Mont. Power 6s 89
Am. For. Sec. 6s 96N. r. u. asn. s
Arm. ft Co. 4ft 84ttN- Pa". ttt
Atchison gen. 4s 80, N. Pan. 8s.... 68
Betb. Steel r. 5s 89 O. S. L. ref. 4 814
Cen. Leather 6s 9414 P. T. ft T. 6s ..B9
Cen. Paclfio 1st 78 Penn. con. 4's 96
C. ft O. cv. 6s.. 80HPenn. gen. 4! 87
C. B. ft Q., j. 4s 94 'i 'Reading gen. 4s 13
C.MSP cv. 4V4s 76V4 8 L A S F a 6 17
C R I ft P ref. 4s 67 B. Pao. cv. 6s. . 11
C. ft S. ref. 4s 71 S. Ry 6s.. 90
D. ft R. G. r. 5s 48'T. ft P. 1st.... 61
D. of C. 6s ('31) 91 Union Paclfio 4s 84
Erls gen. 4s.. 64 V. sr. Rubber 5 71
General Kleo. 6 98 V. S. Steel 6.. 99
Am. T. ft T. e. 6 86 Wabash 1st .. 93
Anglo-French 6s 12 Frenoh gov. 5 18
Gt N. 1st 4s.. 16 'Bid.
Slonx City LIT Stock.
Slouit City. la., July 1. Cattle Receipts,
3,000 head; market weak; beef steers, $10.00
17.25; fat cows and heifers, $8.50014.60;
canners, $7.0008.26; stockers and feeders.
$8.50011.25; calves. $8.00014.60: bulls,
stags, etc., $8.00011.25; feeding cow and
Hogs Receipts, 13,000 head; market lOe
to 15o lower; light, $16.25; mixed, $16.20;
heavy, $16.90; bulk of sales, $16.90016.26.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 200 head;
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Active Demand for Cash Corn
With Light Receipt. Gives
Prices Better Than Even
Omaha, July I. 1111.
Arrival of grain today war rather light,
totaling only II oar and consisted of 14
car of wheat, 62 oar of corn, 14 ear of
oats, 1 oar of ry and none of barley.
There wa an active Inquiry tor cash com
today with spot figure ranging from to
higher to lo lower for th commercial
grade, th bulk bringing an advance whll
soma mixed corn sold off. Good whit corn
sold at tb extreme advance and wa taken
readily. No. 1 white corn sold at 11.10. No.
yllow at $1.6) and $1.61, and th No, I
mixed at I.6 and $1.48.
Ut were unchanged to a cent Inwtr.
th greater part of these offering selling
on. im oemana ror tnis article late In
tr,' a ay absorbed the samples quit readily.
No 1 white oat sold at 73c. and the N
2 whit at 1te and 73c Standard oat
sold at 7SUO and 72 He and th I grade
pi jo. no. t ana sample wniu oat sold
at Tltto and 70o. reanertivelv.
Ry wa unchanged, th No. 1 grade sell-
ins at ti.es wnn barley was ii.adv.
Clearances were: Oat. 156.000 bushel.
Primary wheat receipt wer 122,000
Dusnl, and shipments 17,000 bushel.
againat no receipt or shipment last year,
on account of holiday.
Primary corn receipts were 137.100 bush.
els, nd shipment 138,060 bushels, againat
no receipt or shipment last year, on ac
count or aiohldy
Primary oat receipts wer 721,000 bush
els' and shipments 138,000 bushels, againat
against no receipts or shipment last year,
on account oi noiiday.
Wheat Corn. Oat.
unicaga joi 2)1
Minneapon m ,
umana 14 5J 14
Kansas City ........ 16 10 4
sc. Lauie , 1 33 11
Winnipeg II ... ,
The eale wer rsortd tadav.
Corn No. S white, 1 ear, n.ti'j He. $
whit, 4 ear. 11.80; No. 1 white, 1 ear,
$1.71; No. I whit. 1 ear, $1.11; . ear.
..i, (b, wnns, aim, si. is; 1- car,
11.11; No. I yellow. 1 ear, $l., . car,
$1.11; No. I yellow, 1 ear, 11.11; I ear.
$1.10; 1 ear, 11.61; No. 4 yellow, 1 car,
11.17; 1 ear. 11.11; 1-6 car, $1.11; 1 ear,
$1.50; No. I yellow, 1 ear, 11.41; No. 1
ysnow, 1 ear. 11.111 l-l ear, 11.11; 1 ear,
$1.10; sampls yellow, 1 ear, $1.20; 1 ear,
$1.11; l-l ear, $1.1$; I ear. $1.10; No. I
mixed, 1 car, till; 1 ear, 11.41; 1 ear,
11.47; 1 ear, $1.41; He. mixed, l-l ear,
$1.40; No. I mixed, 1 ear, 11.11; I ear,
$113; No. 1 mixed, t can. 11.10; l-l ear.
$1.10; sample mixed. 1 car, II. tl. Oats
tvo. 1 wnit, 1 car, 71e; No, I white, I care,
73o ; Ne. I white, I can, lie; Ne. 4 whit,
1 car, 7m 0. Ry No. I, l-l ear, $1.11.
Wheat No. I hard winter, 1 ear, 13.11;
1- 6 car, $2.20; H car, 11.11; Ne. I hard
winter, 1 car, $2.11; No. 4 hard winter,
2- 6 car, $2.00; sample hard winter, H ear,
$2.16; No. 4 spring, 1-6 car, $2.06; No. I
durum, 1-1 car, $3.16; No, 1 mixed. 1 car,
$3.13; No. I mlxsd common and red durum,
1 car, $3.13; No. $ mixed, 1 oar. $3.10.
Omaha Cash Price Corn: No, I whit,
$1.11; No. 1 white, $1.80; No. 4 whit, $1.71;
No. 1 white, $1.6701.63; No. I white, $1,310
1.40; sample white, $1.16; No. I yellow,
$1.1801.61; No. $ yellow, $1.601.61; No. 4
yellow, $1.60 0 1 67; No. I yellow, 11.41; No.
6 yellow, $1.8001.88; sample yellow. $1.10O
1.20; No. I mixed. $1.46 01.4$; No. mixed,
$1.40; No. I mixed, $1.3101.31; No. I
mixed, $1.80; ampl mixed, $1.11.
Oats: No. I white, 7207Sc; atandard,
73147114c: No. I whit, 2o;No. white,
71 Ho; sample, 70c
Rye: No. I, $1.11.
Chicago dosing prices, furnished Th Be
by Logan 4 Bryan, (took and grain brokers,
no noutn nixteentn street, umanat
Artlcle Open, High. Low. Close. Tes'y
Corn. I I II
July 1 4747 1 4IH 148V 1 41 14T
Aug. 14149 1 61 H 148 1 Htt 14 141
Sep. 1 60Vi 1 II 150 112 111,
July 71HOU 71 7114 71 7214
Aug. 670 61 176lOH 8
Sep. 66 18 CSV II IT
Pork I 1 I
July 44 00 44 00 44 001 -44 00 41 60
Sep. 44 00 44 50 44 10 44 10 41 71
July 16 70 II 71 21 16 II 71 II TT
Sept 36 81 II $0 21 75 II IT II 10
July II 10 It IT 21 62 II IT II 40
Sept. 24 05 14 10 23 17 14 10 14 00
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Cpward Swing Given Corn Market by Pro-
pert of larger Purchases by Canada.
Chlcsgo, July I. Prospect that Canada
may take a larger quantity of corn flour In
the near future gave a notable upward
awing today to th corn market her. Prloe
closed firm, lo to lo net higher, with July
I1.4D to $1.41 and September 11.62 to
$1.62'!i. Oat gained a shad to 1 eent In
provision th outcome varied from 1 eent
decline to 76 cent advance.
Announcement that by government order
taking effect July 15 th consumption of
wheat In Canada would be much curtailed
formed th bad of report that tb use
of corn as a substitute might show a big
Increase. Gossip wa current alio that
stocks of corn flour In Canada wer light
Big premium being raid In excel of th
minimum price for new wheat in south
west market operated as an additional
bullish factor. At first liberal receipt and
favorable weather lad to moderate declines,
but only of a transient charaoter.
Big exports of oats, estimated a high as
1,600,000 bushels csused Independent
strength In the oat market Country offer
ing to arrive increased on th bulge.
In provisions, pork and lard . finished
higher and lard easier. A redaction of more
than 34,000,000 pounds In western meat
tock wa partly offset by weakness et th
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Reports of New Financing Give
Market Setback, Following
Irregular Becoveies, U, -S.
Steel Feature. ,
Nsw Tork,. July I. On limited nrofes. rv
slonal dealing today' stock market mads
Irregular recoveries of 1 to I pelnt front
yesterday' setback, but much of this art ,
vantage was canoellsd In the final hour cv,t,
report of new financing by on of 'h
foremost Industrial corporation.
Th lever arraignment of th fedrra
trad commission against profiteering b;
various companies engaged In fulfilling wai
contract again wa employed by the beati
as a weapon to depress prices, althougl
with Indifferent auccesa. .-!,
Banking Interest wer pcrkap mora eon
cerned at th prospects of early control b)
the government over telegraph and tele
phone systems of th country and by thi
threatened extension cf labor trouble It
the New England texlbl Industry.
Som of the smaller manufacturing com.
psnles were reported to be seeking new
Issues, subject to th approval of th wai
finance corporation and report prevalenl -In
th metal trad Indicated an upward
revision of copper price by the war indus
tries board. " ' . '.,
U. a Steel featured today trading. c
far a It possessed any especial feature,
lust a It did th reactionary movement
of th preceding session. 'It extreme rally
of 1 point, wa partly Impaired at tht
nd. ' .'.''
Number of ale and quotation on lead
ing stocks; Clostnl
Sale. High. Low. Bid
Am. Beet Sugar.. 600 7214 ; 7114 70 ,
American Can 1.200 461 43 45
Am. Car At Found'y 700 $4 81 $54
Am. Locomotive .. 200 47 4614 68 '
Am. Smelt A Ref. 1,600 8014 ,7114 7
Am. Sugar Ref 1124,
Am. Tel. A Tel.... 16 i
Am. Z, L, A 8..,. I.101 21 21
Anaconda Copper,. 17,100 18 86 47 "4
Atchison TOO 14t-84 14
AOAWJSSL.. 100 10414 10114 103
Baltimore A Ohio ...14 '
B A 8. Copper.... 11.409 81 28, 80 t,
California Pet.... 100 11 IT 11
Canadian Paclfio.. 100 14114 46 14
Central Leather .. 1,600 TO 1114 66
Chespeaks A Ohio ...-16
C4 Me 4 8, w?te ' ; 4tJ
CAN. W..... t
C, R. I. A P. ett 1.161 II 13 .'12
Chin Copper .... 1,000 40 ' 40 MOS
Cole. Fuel A Iron.. 100 ,4714 4714 47 U '
Cora Produota Itst t.ioo 41 4114 ,4214
Craetbl Steel 1.100 17 1714 T
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 100 1114 II 31
Distiller' See 14,000 II II 18 14
Erie 401 15 Vi 16 16'4
Oeneral Bleotrle ..... 14614
Oeneral Motor.... 1,100 114 161 163
Ot Northern pfd.. 101 II 10 II
Gt. N. Ore ctfs.... 1,100 1114 .12 33
Illinois Csntral , .19
Inspiration Cop... 1,100 II 51 64
Int Mer. Mar. pfd 11.100 101 100 100
Int Nickel ....... . 1,600 II V4 11 .2914
Int Paper 1,000 11 ,1414 . 14 V, .. ,
K. C. Southern.... ..... ..... It
Kennecott Copper.. 1,400 $8 21 22
Louisville A Nash.. 1 116
Maxwell Motor 17 14
Mexican Pet , 1,100 II IT 17
Miami Copper .... TOO II II 28 '
Missouri Paclfio.,.. ..... ..... ..... 23
Montana Power , 65
Nevada Copper.... 100 11 l
N. T. Central , 100 71 T3 Tl
N. T., N. H. A H. 4,400 . 5 14 36 i
Norfolk A Western.; 101 ' i
Northern Paclfio.... 1714 ' '
Paclfio Mail 400 10 II 121
Pennsylvania ..... 100 43 4314 43
Pittsburg Coal..... 800 II II 80 -Ray
Con. Copper.. 100 14 14 24 - ,
Reading 14,704 II It 11 1
Rep. Iron A Steel 1,100 14 II II
Shattuck Art. Cop. , "ill
Southern Paclfio ,. 1,460 13 12 12
Southern Railway. 100 13 IS . 22 '
Studebaker Corp.. 1,200 41 41 46
Trias Co......,,.. 100 16116114 151
Union Paolfle 600 111 121 121
U. S. Ind. Alcohol 10O 123 133 131 '
U. S. Steel 111,100 101 104 , 105 1
U. S. 8teel pfd . Ill
Utah Copper ., 1,100' 13 11 (2
Wabash pfd "B" ..... 25
Western Union.... 100 It 17 87
Westlnghous Elec. ..... 434
Omaha Bay Market.
Receipt light on both prairie hay and 3,,
alfalfa. And on account ot th demand be
lng quiet, market la (ome lower on all
grade. , ,
Hay Cholc upland prairie, 111.00; No. 1.
upland prairie, 116.00014.50; No. I upland
prairie, I10.00O1100; No. t upland prairie.
16.00!. 00; No, 1 midland prairie, 116.00
16.60; No. I midland . prairie, $1,00011.00; -No.
1 lowland prairie, $9.50011.60; No. I
lowland prairie, $7.00 01-00; No. I lowland
Alfalfa Choloe, $32.00; No. !, I1I.60O
20.00; standard, $15.60 0 17.60; No. I tit 00
O14.60; No. $. ll0.00Oll.00. .
Straw oat tl.60Ot.50; wheat 18.000
St, Joseph IJve Stock. . '
St. Josenh Julv i r.ttl. n .tni. kaa
head; market steady; steers, Ill.OOijilS 00;
cow and heifer, IS.00O1I.50; calves, $6.00
Hovi-llwMlnti t AAA kMf. i .-J,
top, 91MS; bulk of i1m. rl.45 016.60. '
MhftAn and --1 t Ann k...
---a- .fio, ,VVV lJ4tU ,
market' high; Iambi, $11.00918.00; we,
Turpentine and Itoala.
Savannah. Ha.. Jut thm..i.. ..
I mm- us IJO
market steady, 13064c; Bale, 168 barrels;
recelDt. 631 hbts. 1 ahlnmantB hht. V
13,164 bbl. '
Rosin Market firm. Sale. 120 casks;
receipts, 1,680 cask; shipment, it casks;
tock, 11.681 eaika. i
Quote B. D. B., $115; T.Q. H., tlO.OO; .!
I. 110.10! if. IIASI. M lllll. v am in.
WO, $10.61; WW, $10.80. ' ' ' ' '
Dry Ooods. ; .
Nsw Tork. July 1. Dry good. In the ab. :
sence of official confirmation of price' fix
ing plan on cotton good, trade today con
tinued very quiet. Expectations of a larr
ootton crop tended to weaken Idea ot val-
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