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TITTC OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 30. 1P0D.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Lower Cables Ineffective and Fit Plays for Final Break. FAILS TO MAKE GOOD ON EFFOET Bullish Krm from the Saaihweat Makfi Market Firmer d d Valaea l to Strati CIo inST Point. OMAHA. May M, Lotrrr cahlr wers Ineffective. The pit erovA played strons: for a final break with no result. Bullish newa from the aouthwest formed the market and value worked higher and cloned strong. A broad market la to be expected win to the present light atocka on hand and the uncertainty In the Browing crop. Corn showed better tone with no advance, owing to free offerings. Ietnand is good and good sales were reported. The very best of growing weather ha started corn from the country holders. Whrat showed a tendency to weaken with lower cables at the opening, but un favorable news from Kansas and a re newed support In the distant futures ral lied the market and the demand for cash wheat held May option strong resulting In a slight advance. May wheat opened li ft) and closed 11.34. Corn held firm with the advance In wheat and reports of heavy sales offset the bear ish sentiment on the favorable weather conditions. With an Improvement In the cash demand, liberal offerings were easily absorbed, sustaining price at the close. Mav coin opened at Uc and closed at 69H.C. Primary wheat receipts were 157,000 bush els and shipments were 163,000 bushels, Corn receipt were 723,000 bushels and shipment were 605,000 bushels. Clearances were 6,000 bushels of corn, none of oats and wheat and fl?ur equal to lflK.OOO bushels. Liverpool closed lower on wheat and uni hanged on corn. Omaha Cash Prices. WHEAT No. 2 hard. $1.3101.33; No. 3 hard, $1.27flt.Sl: No. 4 hard, $1.2501.28; No. 3 spring. $1.2Sigl.90. , CORN No. 2, WHc; No. 8, fV4c; No. 4, W?c; No. 2 yellow, 604e; No. t yellow, 694c; No. 2 white. 70Hc; No. 3 white, 70Hc. OATS No. X mixed, 6PHS5"!o; No. t yel low, 663fc; No. 8 white, KifG66c; No. 4 white, CaH&ffic, RYE No. 2. 7IVfiS0o; No. 8. 7&379c. Carlot Receipts. Wlieat. Corn. Oats. Chicago 1 16 2 Mlntipnnnlifl 103 ... Omaha 1 92 18 Uuluth 1 CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Feat ares of the Trading; and Closing; Prices on Donrd of Trade. CHICAGO, May 29. The famous "deal" In May wheat came to an unostentatious end todav at the close of a session marked by no more enthusiasm than Is manifested on any ordinary day. Only one price $1.34 was quoted for that delivery throughout the entire day, which Is 1V4C below the best mark for the season and 10 above yester day's final figures. The market closed Irregular, the nearby deliveries being firm while the more distant option were in clined to be weak. Corn and provisions closed firm and oats Irregular. The "fireworks" predicted by many In connection with the expiration of the May deal In wheat failed to materialize and trading throughout the entire day was quiet. A few belated shorts covered sales at the opening at $1.34. but no transaction were recorded during the remainder of the day. Sentiment in the pit was mixed owing to the conflicting crop news and many traders were not Inclined to open new trades In view of the holiday Monday. laical experts who have been Investigating the wheat crop of Kansas sent In additional bullish reports, but advices from other sources failed to confirm these reports of a nrobable shortage. Deliveries of wheat today on May contract aggregated 611,000 bushels. No defaults were reported. The market closed aulet and comparatively steady, with price Vtc lower to lc higher, Mav being at SI. 34 and July at si. H ft. Althoueh considerable strength was manl fested In corn, trading was Inclined to drag. A feature of the trading was the relative strength of May, due to renewed covering by shorts. There was fairly active specu latlve buying of the .July delivery. Pe liveries on May contracts were rei;ui twl at 415,030 bushels. May sold between 73-tc and 74'c. July ranged between KPfco and 7ic. Tho close win firm, with price ViUHc higher. Oats trading was tame and the Bfay de llverv terminated In weakness, final quo' tatlons on that option being IV.C below the previous close. May closed at 68"4o and for July 63c. ueiivertes on May con tracts were 485.000 bushels. Provisions were firm all day. Price at the close were fcyloo higher. Closing quotations were a follow: Article. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes'y. Wheat III I May I 1 34 1 34 1 34 1 34 1 33 July 1 1 171 1 16S 1 17Vi 1 18 Sept. 1 0SM 1 00' 1 08 1 011 1 09 Pec. 1 0i 1 07', 1 0i 1 06SI 1 06 Corn- I I I May IWfSM 74H 71il 74V 73 July iWVSV 70 60 70 ifi'rf Sept. C7H'S'i Wit 7 67!C7Vi'i'H Iec. 57H 57S 67M, 67 &1M Oats- I May r,9,(jM0 60 5U4 5t- July 52V&7 53 G24! tSWtWb Sept. 43T4i'44i944, 4?i3vU Ua7i Dec. 44Hi44H!g,s 44-W 44" 41H Pork- I I May 18 95 19 K 18 95 19 00 18 87H July IS 96 19 00 IS 92' 18 92A 18 Sept. 18 8214 19 10 13 92 V) 05 18 97V4 Lard May 10 921 10 97H 10 924 10 974! 10 824 July 10 KU 10 9241 10 8-' 10 9241 10 '-4 Sept. 11 00 I 11 00 11 00 11 0241 10 95 Ribs I I May 10 20 I 10 274 10 20 10 274 10 2?4 July 10 224! 10 324 10 22 10 30 I 10 22 4 Sept. 10 224 10 35 10 224 10 124! 10 25 No. t Cash nuotatlons were a follows: FLOl'lt-FIrm; winter r"a'enls. $" 303 BUTTKR Steady; creameries, 22(a4c; dairies. ail24c. EOGS Receipts. 21.342 rases; steady at mark, cases Included, 20c; firsts. 204c; prime firsts. 214c. CHICKSE-Kasy; daisies. 13ffTlS4e; twins, IWifrlSc; Young Americas, 134ij'14c; long horns. 14'il4Hc. POTATOES Weak: choice to fancy, 860 80: fair to good. 824i5c. VEAL Steady: 50 to 60 pound weights, Mi 7c; 60 to 85 pound weights, Sc; 85 to 110 pound weights. 8Wif4c. POULTRY Ens v: turkeys, t'.c; chickens, l"4c: springs. iOfjSOc. 60: straights. $5 7ii.2": spring patents $6.2016.40; straights. $4.706.00; bakers, $3.40 1)5.00. RYE No. t. S7c BARLEY Feed or good mixing. 73VjJf73c fair to choico malting. 7WT44c. SEEDP-Flax. No. 1 southwestern, $1.55 No. 1 northwestern, fl.ijS. Timothy, $3.90. Clover. $.(. PROVISIONS-Pork. mess, per bbl. (new) $19 004119 05. Ird. per I'D lbs., $10.4- Short ribs sides (loose). $10 .'.vij 10.35; short clear sides boxed). tl0.7rirll.0O. Total clearances of wheat and flour were equal to 1M.0OO bu. Primary receipt were 157.0U0 bu., compared with holiday the cor responding day a year ago. Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat. cars; corn, 301 car; oats, 2S1 car; hogs, 40,000 head. St. I.onla General Market. ST. LOUIS. May 2S WHEAT Firm trark. No. 2 red. rasli. I1.6.Val.bU. nominal No. $ hard. $1373140. nominal; May, $1 3i Julv. 11.13'i: September. Il.Ui. CORN Weak; track. No. 2 cash. 74c; No, J while. 76c; July, 6c; September, 674 )74c. OATS Weak : track. No. 1 cash. 6S4c No. 8 white, 61c; July, 6u4c; September, 4-'4o. ' 11 YF Nominal at K5c. FLOL'R Steady, led winter patents. $6 50 17.110, extra fancy and straight. fc.7tu-4U tiara winter clears, h imh i SEED Timothy. $l.buv3.25. CORNMEAL 13 50. BRAN Dull; aacked east track, 1.3tU 1 Si HAY Firm; timothy, $14.00818.50; pralria, $10 604t 13 00. BAtKllNO Tl-lSc. HEMP TWINE 7c ItH'LTR Y Weak ; chicken. 12c; springs, lt2?c: turkeys, 13fgl5c; ducks. 9r: geese, 4c BUTTER taey; creamery, zi'uc KOGS Steady at 19c ess count. PROVISIONS Pork higher; jobbing. 119 00. Lard higher; prime steam, $10.;irt 1 10 M. Pry salt meats, strong; boxed extra abort, $U-, clear rib, U-&; Lorl clears, II 374. Baron strong; boxed extra short. $12 25; clear ribs, $12.26; short clear. $12 r.. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbls 4.S00 5.w1 Wheat, bu H.nnt) 1S.0" Corn, bu , 4i.0O0 40.0'W Oats, bu 44.M00 3M' WEATHER IN TUB GRAIN BELT t'ataettled and Cooler, with Showers and Thssdrr Storms. OMAHA. May 23, 1909. The barometric depression noted over the mountain district in the preceding report ins moveo stowiy eastward during the last wenty-fotir hours and now extends. In a rouirh shape, from the western Canadian provinces south over the eastern slope of the Rocky mountains to Texas, with Ms center over central Nebraska. The depres- lon I followed by unsettled weatner and rains In the mountains, and Is causing in creasing cloudiness throughout the central alley this morning. The " low" will con tinue eastward over the central valleys torlay and "111 be attended by unsettled and cooler weather with showers and thun derstorms In this vicinity tonight and prob- bly Sunday. High tempers tures prevailed throughout the central valley Friday and warmer weather 1 extending alowly east ward. Record of temperature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of tne last tnree years: Um. IBM. 1907. 19W Minimum temperature ... 69 67 M 61 Precipitation T .00 .11 .19 Normal temperature for today, 66 degrees. Keflclency In precipitation since March 1, 20 Inches. deficiency corresponding period in 190S, 27 of an lnrh. Deficiency corresponding period In 1907, 78 Inches. L. A. WELSH. Liocal Forecaster. Corn and wheat region bulletin for Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four hour ending at 8 a. m.. 76th meridian time, Saturday, May 2?, 1909: OMAHA DISTRICT. Temp. Rain Stations. Max. Mln. fall. SKy. Ashland. Neb F7 9 .00 Cloudy Auburn, Neb M 65 .00 Pt. cloudy Broken Bow. Neb. 94 fi4 .00 Clear Columbus. Neb... M 61 .00 Cloudy Ctilbertson. Neb.. 9f fi .00 Cloudy Falrbury, Neb.... R7 K9 .00 Cloudy Fairmont, Ifeb... 9 61 .00 Cloudy Or. Island, Neb.. 92 6 .00 Cloudy Hartlngton. Neb. 85 68 .08 R.ilnlng lastlngs. Neb.... 94 69 . 00 Cloudy Holdrege. Neb.... 95 60 .00 Cloudy Oakdale, Neb 86 68 T Cloudy Tekamah, Neb... 84 68 T Cloudy Alta, la. 78 63 T t-iouny Carroll. Ia 85 61 .00 Clear Clarlnda. Ia 80 64 .00 Clear Sibley. Ia 7 49 .on Ft. cloudy Sioux City. Ia... 82 68 T Cloudy Minimum temnerat'iro for twelve-hour period ending at 8 a. m. DISTRICT AVERAGES. No. of Temp. Rain. Central. Station. Mux. Mln. Inches. Chicago, HI 28 74 64 . 01 Columbus, 0 17 72 62 T Des Moines. Ia.... 14 7S RZ 1 Indianapolis. Ind.. 12 71 68 .01 Kansas City. Mo.. 20 88 w .00 Louisville. Kv 19 SO 60 .08 Minneapolis, Minn. 23 78 68 .24 Omaha. Neb 19 88 60 T St. Louis. Mo IS 84 60 T Light showers occurred In all portions of the corn and wheat region during the last twenty-four hours, except the Kansas City district. The weather is warmer through out the entire corn belt. L A. WELSH, liocal Forecaster, Weather Bureau. NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET Quotations of the Day on Varloo Commodities. NEW TfiRK. Mav 29 FLOUR Receipt. 19,200 bu.; exports, 40 bu.; market dull, with fine firm: Minnesota patents. la.&ITJ 60; winter straights, 6.3(VS8.55; Minnesota bakers, S5.30iii5.fi0; winter extras, i4.66tfo.MJ; winter patents. W.Wi'e.eG; winter low grades, I4.55.fr5.40: Kansas straights, tXKift 6.00. ltye flour, steady; fair to good, $4.50 4.76: choice to rancy, S4.8tKn&.uo. CORNMEAL-Steady; fine white and yel low. Sl.fi5'al.T0: coarse. l.GWil.60: kiln dried. 13.!W?3.95. uik jjuh; rso. z western, vie, nominal, f. o. b. HARLKT Dull: -feeding. 80S820. C. I. f. New York. WHEAT Receipts. 5S.S00 bu. Spot mar ket firm; No. 2 red, ll.W1 aRked, elevator; No. t red, $1.4fi. nominal, f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern lluluth. I1.38T4. nominal, t. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard winter. 1.404, nom inal. I. o. D. arioat. May wheat was cl fered down 2c a bushel this morning with out takers. loiter months opening lower. rauieo fnarpiy on Dull spport and closed partly c net higher; July closed at $1.2."): September closed at $1.15H: December cioHfri at ii.ia-Ti. ; fORN Receipts, J.200 bu. Spot market firm: No. 2. Seiic. elevator, and 82c, f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 white, R4Hc; No. 2 yellow, 84c, f. o. b. afloat, all nominal. Options market was somewhat excited over a scare of May shorts, who hid the market up 3c a bushel before getting any corn. Other months were unchanged; May, 86(5 S6c; Jdly, 79c: September, "lie. OATS Receipts, 111, M0 bu. Spot market steady; mixed oats. 26 to 32 pounds. f2c, nominal; natural white, 26 to 32 pounds, 62V4fffi6c; clipped white, 34 to 42 pounds, 63k' 9c. HAY Strong: No. 3. 80R85C: good to cnoice, i.un. HIPKS-Easy; Bogota, 2021Hc; Central America. 21c. LEATHER Steadv: acid. 2S(S29e. PROVISIONS Reef, aulet: famllv. 1S R0 ffiH.OO; mesB, $10 fll.OO; beef hams, $2l.0(Vfi 26.(10; packet. 112.0012.50; city, extra India mess. .-i.Ko2i.ou. t:ut meats, nrm; pickled bellies, U. SO; pickled hams, $12.0012.50. Lard, firm; western, tll.lorail .25; refined, firm: continent. $11. SO: South America. $12.25: compound. $7.7VffS 25. Pork, firm- family. $19.7&i2O50; short clears, $19.20 i alujw-uuii; city, (iz.oo per Pk ). $5.58. Kansas City Grain and Provisions. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Mav 29 WHEAT Unchanged No. 2 hard. tl.S8fri.40: No. t hard. $1.3231.40; No. 2 red, $1.46156; No. I red, $1.43((jil .54. CORN WSVAc lower: No. 2 mixed. 70V.a nc; io. s mixed, 70VsW7UHc; No. 8 white, "m.(?72c; No. 3 white. 71 c OATS-Unchanged; No. 2 WhlU, 6960c; ttY r; Sic. HAY Unchanged: choirs tlmothv. tlS 00 vi-i..i, t-tiuiif prnirie, i2.wy.tz.a); cnoice auiHim. wilt. ib. BITTER-Creamery. 23V.c: flrsU. 21Ac seconds. li)'c: packing stock. 17'.4o. EOOS-Extras. 22c; firsts, 204c; current receipts, ic; seconds and dirties, 17HC Receipts. Shipments. wheat, bu 10.000 Sl.OiiO Corn, bu 52.000 35,000 Oam, bu 12 000 ' 10,0o0 Minneapolis tiraln Market. MINNEAPOLIS. M.tv 29 WHEAT Mav $1,304; July, $1.2Mfn.29; September. $1.00; casn, iso. 1 nara, i.iiJ'4 ti.t; iso. 1 north ern. $1.32Vifrl.32:Vi; No. 2 northern. ll.SO'iffi 1.30A4; No. 3 northern, $1.278 1.2D. r j.a.a. i. BRAN In bulk. $23.5024.00. FIX"UR First patents, $6 406.60: second patents i;.30(. fi): first clears, $6.o:&5.2o; econa clears, J io'tiJ.s. Philadelphia Produce Market. PHILADELPHIA. May 23. BUTTER Steady; western creamery, 2Sc; nearby prints, 8s. KOUS Firm: half hlcl-.er: western firsts. free rases, 2'1-c st mark: cirient receipts, rree rases. xiHKinc at mark. CHEESE Firm. Liverpool drain Market, LIVERPOOL. May 29-WHEAT-Spot No. z. red western winter, nominal: fu tures, quiet; July ss ll'd, September, 8s 4kcJ: iecemDer, ss t'id. CORN Spot. strong; new American mixed, via Ualveston, fa Td; futures, weak May and July nominal. Peoria Muikrt. PEORIA. May 29-CORN-Hlgher; No. I yellow, 73c; No. 8 yellow, 78r; No. Z, 73c: No. s. 734c; no. 1 724c; no grade, OATS-Dull; No. t white, KV4c; No. I white, 57Vac; standard. bSc. Dnlath Ciraln Market. DULl'TH. Minn.. May 29. WHE AT Ms y. )1M July, l tseptember. $) 01Hi No. 1 northern, $1.31; No. 2 northern, $1.2 OATS 67c. Milwaukee Grain Market. MILWAUKEE. May Z9.-WHEAT-No. 1 northern, $1.36; No. 2 northern, $188; Juiy 1.17. OATS-SUndard. 543c Metal Market. NEW YORK. May 29.-METAL8 Th metl market are aulet and practically nominal. Tin. easy, $li x?Hfc.124. Copper firm with lake. 113 SlWii 13 A: electrolytic, $13 12441 13 26; casting. $13 0alS 124. Lead $446. Spelter, quiet. In. l74461Ci Si; Iron steady and unchanged. ST. LOUIS. May . METALS-Lead weaker at $4.&ft- Spelter, weak at $i l-". One-Half Continues while the front of the store is being remodeled. It will pay you to brare the discomfort, and we trust you will excuse tbe disar rangement and disturbance in the store. All repairs, mall and tele phone orders promptly and strictly attended to, as always. AT THE SIGN earafull, TH111D OMAHA GEle.t, MAnitCT. taple and Fancy Proaaef Prices Par Blshed by Bayers aad Wholesalers. BUTTKR Creamery, No. L delivered to the retail trade In 1-lb. carton. 28c; No. 1 n 60-lb. tubs. 27c: No. 2. in cartons. 15c; In 60-lb. tubs, i4Mi': packing stock. 1H'; ancy dairy, tubs, lamc: common roll. fresh made, llc. Market change every Tiieaday. BUUS-f resn selling stock, candied. lc. Nu stoiago stock In 0:naha market. CHEESE Finest Wisconsin full cream. twins, 16c: young Americas, 4 In hoop, luc; avorlte, s in noop, iac; daisies, 2U in noop, :ic: creutn brick, full case. lEc: block fcwlsa, 15c; full cream Umburger, 16c. POUil Kl-uroilurs. 30c; alive, sonngs. 13Hc: hens, 12Vc; cocks, 6c; ducks, llo: yuese, 10c; turkeys, 19c; pigeons, per do., arc; guinea fowls, per doz., $?.5C; squab. per aoi., i. Lressea nens, uc; springs, 1-Wl'J1; cocks, bVsc; ducks, 11c; gc-ese. lie; tuikes, 21c. fish frean caugni; almost an are dressed: Halibut, be; buffalo, 9c; trout. Lie: bullheads. 14c: catnsn, lc; crannies. unflsh, 6o to tc; black bass, 25c; white- fish, lie; pike, uc; salmon, 14c; pickerel. 10c; frog legs, 36c. Fresh frozen: White- fish. No. L loc rouna. yc; pickerel. dressed and headless, 7c; round, 6r; pike. dressed, loc; rouna, vc; rea snapper, uc; Spanish mackerel. 18c; native uiackurel. 35a each. BilBP CUTS-iRlbs: No. 1. 16,c: No. 2. 13c; No. 3, Vic Loin: No. 1, 17c: No. 2. 14c. No. 8, 130. inucK: sso. i, 04c; 10. 2, T4c; No. 8, 7VkC. Round: No. 1, '4c; No. 2, rc; No. 8. IZic. Plate: No. 1. 6c; No. 2. 64c; No. 3, 5c. Kfetm r ituiT-Appie. western dox apples. $2.V0ii.2.50. liananus, 6- bunch lots. 8o per lb. Oranges, $2.K53.25. Lemons, $3.50 4J4.0U. urar iruit, h.uu. urapes, Malagas, $7.50 per keg. Florida plneupplus, per crate, 13 00. VEGETABLES Kansas sweet potatoes. $176 per bbl. California celery, large, 90c; 1 manor, wv. aiow m. uik nuuuu icvu ctL v bage. VAo per lb. V'lsconsln Red Glob onion. 80 per b. California cauliflower, 18.00 per crate. Tomatoes, Florida, tt-baxkot crate, 13. uu; (juba, B-oosnet crate, $8.00. Lettuce, per do., 40c old vegetables, pur snips, turnip, carrots, $2.26 per bbl. Flor ida new beets, carrots, parsnips, tur&lpa, etc.. per dos., 75c STRAWBERRIES $3.0O3.25. HIDES No. 1 green. 10c; No. 1 cured, 11c. Clearing House Bank Statement. NEW YORK. May 29,-The statement of clearing house banks for the week shows that the banks hold $24,986,225 more than tho requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This is an increase of $5,0iol4o0 in the proportionate cash reserve as com pared with last week. The statement fol lows; Increase. Loan $1.331.8411,000 K37M00 Deposits 160,300 2, 417.40.) Circulation 4:UU0,600 41,600 Iegal tender 77,iS,200 lfl.OoO Specie 2;,8o7,100 4,657,100 Reserve 374.525,400 4.441,100 Reserve required 349,540.075 65i4.350 Surplus 24,985,225 6,OH5,4f0 Ex-U. S. deposits 25,589,575 6,066,575 Uecreaso. The percentage of actual reserve of the clearing house hanks today was 23.86. The statement of bunks and trust com panies of Greater New York not reporting to the clearing house shows that these In stitutions have aggregate deposits of $1,- ?J9,;mooo, total cash on hand $146,418,000 and loans amounting to $1,229,626,700. Local Secorltle. Quotations furnished by Samuel Burns. Jr., 614 New York Life Bidg.; Bid. AMfPd. Cuduhr Packlni Co. fia, 1924 99 (.Hi ColumblM. Neb , B. U U, ICS MS CUT of Omaha boud. 4S... !. ll.M Clir of Omaha fa. 101! ir2 lo:'4 Pnuglai cnuntr 4a, VMS 102 Vi hX'-t GaU City Malt Co. 4 M0 German Fire Ina. Co 10G Kanaaa City H. & L. ptd 8". 6 Nebraaka Telaphona aUK k ( D7U 98 Omaha Gas 6a, 1917 97 iw4 Omaha E. L. 4 P. t. 1933 Vxi Ml Omaha A C. H. St. ky. oa, 1914 93i V I Omaha A C. B. St. Rr. (a, 19:S 99 10U Omaha & C. B. St. Ry. pM. t 3S 4 Omaha at C. B. St. Ry. com. i' H (7 Omaha C. B. St. Ry. & B. vti. 4... 66 Oi4 Omaha Watar Co. ta, 1940 94 M umaha watrr Co. lat ptd 2t 32 Omaha B. ot T. B. Co. pld. 8...7rts.. 100 loa Omaha B. of T. B. Co. com 90 8b Pa-o T. at T. 6a. 1937 9"U 97 1 Fwlft It Co 1)9U Sheridan C'l a, 19a 99 100 South Omaha Rawer 44,a, 192H I'm, lul Bloui CHy Stork Yards ptd 6 85 vw Union Piorlc Yarda Co., Omaha, 914 M .x-jiviaena. Holiday em Kxchsnge. NEW YORK, May 29. Today is a holi day on the Stock, Cotton and Coffee ex change and in the sugar tade here. BEAUTIFUL LAKE MANAWA Now Open Manawa Concert Band Afternoon and Nignt Boating Bathing Roller Coaster (..Mature Railroad Bowling Alleys Merry-Go-Ronnd Dancing And a Score of Other Features ; Including ROLLER SKATillG 1 115 Southl6th St. Opposite Boston Store i I t-TK API Price Sale OF THE CROWN 3 I I BAILEY (EL MACH DENTISTS BBt equipped Dental offlo In the middle vwl H,, fr bentlstrr at Reasonable Prtoea. port elaln etlllnB my Ilka h. a 11 , . 1 .uffll.ed' "ah patient PLOOA. PAXrON BLOCS. Owavcv ltk 4 Vwnaaa Sta, Ctiildren's Barefoot Sandals There Is no better covering for the Children' feet during the Summer months than Sandals. There's Just enough leather to protect the toes and soles of the foot and allow the foot to grow as nature Intended. Lined with soft leather and made with hand welt soles. Sizes 4 to 8 91.10 Sizes 8 M to 11 (1.35 Sizes 11 to 2 1.60 Slzs 2V4 to 6 a.00 The sandal I Just the thing for the strenuous little people who work so hard at their play. 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CheapPHt by th day, Ixmui-e It takes a third Iphs time to lirush It on. Costs less than s hnlf-cont per square foot to varnish with Chl-Namel. You can hammer It. brulHe It or boll It, It will neither turn white nor lose Its gloss. Rest for new buildings. 1 1 st for old. It will be money In your pocket to In vest) z-ate Chl-Namel before you buy varnish. If you have furniture, floors or any wood work to varnish, visit our store, H"'l wi'n.'F- the Tlf of tests which prove the above statemrnts. , Myers-Dillon Drug Co. 16th and rsraam Street. "I had Chronic Diarrhoea for ev eial month. Spent $200 for docturs without relief. Wakefiold's Blackberry Balsam caved ray life." 11. S. Ktefer. Seattle, Wash. "For a year I had Chronic Diar rhoea. Three doctor failed to cure me. Wakefield's Blackberry Balsam made me sound and well." Jasper Phillips. New Sharon, la. "My child nearly died with Cholera Infantum. Wakefield's Blackberry Bal sam saved its life." Mrs. U. D. SchcUeld, Chrlsnun, Ind. f I ttA Rl millll III! 1 r JiiiL Grand Clothing 00 worth less than $18.00 and up to $25.00. The very choiceest of the spring season styles and patterns, every suit guaranteed. $15.00 and $18.00 New Spring Suits, all strictly hand tailored, silk mixed worsteds and ve lours; choice, for $11.00 1 The most casual examination will prove the great bargain worth of our special offerings. Compare their superiority over all others at these remarkable Monday prices. BRING THE BOY MONDAY and fit him out in one of the best Suit Bargains ever shown in Omaha. j Boys' Knee Pant Suits, $3.50 $4.00 values, with extra pair pants big snap, at $2.85 DON'T FORGET Nature provided Ralston with the best possible advantages any town could have for an industrial sub urb. The Ralston Townslte Company has taken advantage of this foundation to build an Industrial suburb and has made good. The following is a list of the developments up to the present time: 1. Five factories located. 2. Two factories built, and three buildings. 3. Street car franchise secured and car service in operation. 4. Telephone franchise granted and poles set over the entire town. 6. Electric light franchise granted and poles set over the entire town. 6'. Electric power franchise and power being furnished to any point desired In Ralston. 7. Large Lumber yard erected and doing busineos. 8. Twenty-room hotel constructed and doing a thriving business. 9. Two restaurants built and doing a thriving business. . 10. Eleven general stores built and five doing business. 11. Thirty houses erected, twenty-four occupied and others building. 12. One mile terminal switch back built and In operation. 13. One summer resort built and In operation June 12. 14. Number of principal streets graded. 15. Town is well advertised and in touch with over thirty factories that contemplate locating In Ralston. A total of Improvements to the value of 1200.000. ?4ei..'. .X'hc M. e" lmsiaawKaMMaBBM K$( PARTIAL MEW OF THE BUILDING ACTIVITY IX RALSTON Only about 200 lots are still owned by the Townslte Company. These are offered for sale on easy pay ments with no taxes, no Interest and free Insurance until the lots are paid for. The developments of Ralston are moving fast and now Is the time to buy for investment. A lot bought Inside of the next two weeks is sure to double or' treble In value. . We want you to go out and look, this new town over and we leave It to you If this Isn't the biggest opportunity In the past 20 years to make sure and quick money In real estate. Take South Omaha street car to West Q St.. and the Ralston Interurban to Ralston. Cars run every day. Our salesmen in Ralston will show you these big lot values. RALSTON SHIMEIt & CIUSE COMPANY, Agents. The Ankle Strap Pump Is Here These are the very latest creation In summer footwear for young women and misses. No slipping at the heel We've overcome that had 'em made so they fit the foot. Made in Russia and Gun Metal Calf and Patent Colt. Turn and welt soles. Children's Sizes 8tt to 11 $1.75 Misses' Sires 11 to 2 $2.00 Young Women's Sizes 2 to 6 $2.50 When you're down town come in and let us show them to you: Write for our new spring catalogue. Drexel Shoe Co. 1419 Faroam Street THIS IS THE TRAVELING SEASON Let us fit you out with field glasses, Binoculars, Auto Goggles, etc. Complete Line at Reasonable Prices. WURN OPTICAL CO. aUg-ht oa th Southwest Corns leth and rarnam Its. Wor Tny T Bye tor Classes. NEW AND ONLY BOOK ON Pinalf noun, Maar Illsatratlooa, Mat, btc. Prlea 11 OS ostia. GARY WILL U. HOOK CO., ft Paarbora ft, Caicaao Clearance Continues Monday For vour choice of over 300 Hart, Schaffner Marx Spripg Suita. broken linos from our rogu lar stoek, 3 to 7 suits of a kind, not one of them $10.00 and $15.00 New Spring Suits, the season's newest styles and patterns, matchless at!?:!" 8.00 Boys' Knee Pant Suits, regukr values to $6.00; ten styles, to select from, ' 3 5Q to of Try Mayden's Ffirst PAYS ft - :" - ':. - - . ear-' . r- tit a.. ... 7- , wan ,jr f 1 1009 FARNAM. DOUG. 8tt7, IND. A3042. Em Ask Us About Hose JOHN IIUSSIE 2407-09 Cuming St. IXJsJlJsJiXUVajnjTJTJ aal a. aa, a an at. a m mmm mm, u , The Half.Price Picture and Art Sale at Rose's Art Stort, 1521 Dodgt Street Will b continued durlns; th wseks. TBH BaTTX&a ITOOK aTOST BB CI.OSKS OUT. Make your selection of Wedding- and Graduation OUt Bow. nCTTm TBAJOBO OtTB SHOIALTT. We give our personal attention to all order and guarantee satisfaction. ROSE'S ART STORE, 1521 Dodge St. B. M. SKITK and T. W. BEBVBDT, Tioprietor. & w CasUi leas-ar Mt jTOM REFRIGERATORS This is the last call for re frigerators before hot weather arrives. It's to be hot hot Is quite possible that there are other good refrigerators, but you know that Tho Alaska is good. You take no chances when you buy it. It's a great food and ice keeper and is the most sanitary refrigerator made. No mold or foul odors. We are having a big sale on the Acorn Gas Ranges Just now. The patented gas saving de vice on the Acorn appeals to economical buyers, nnd they cost you no more than others ask for tbe gas-eating kind. and Lawn Mowers. HARDWARE CO. "if Yob Buy It of Hussle It's Right" f i' l r