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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1013.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Government Report on Wheat Will Appear on Exchange Today. CORN CROP SHOWING PROGRESS Reports from Over the Country In dicate thut liren TUoimh Sun- bine Would Help Cereal, ' it la Dolnjr AVell. v OMAJIA, Juno 9. 1M3. The government report will mako Us appearance on the Hoard of Trade at 3 P- m. today. While thero has been crop losses In Kansas, sold to be quite heavy in some sections, the promise In other ports of that state Is Ideal and In se era: of . the adjoining states the yield will be large. The government will add one-tenth of a bushel to Its par In figur ing tho crop today and this, It Is be lieved, will offset the damage reported. The Slay condition of the winter whoat made a promise of 513,000,000 bushels anil best Judges In the trado In this market believe the Indications will be for about that amount In today's report. The spring wheat crop Is estimated to show a promise of 2tt.ooo.frn hiihi.t whir-t. wiir make 761,000,000 bushels for both the great .Yiiuui ueiiB, a Dumper yield. Last year the irnvernmAnt dsHmnt..! iUm. crop of spring wheat In June at 2S5,0u0,0W un iuay 1 or una year condi tions In the Drbiclual ivinter.Krnwlnr ta,tcs were 91 for Kansas, Indiana and vuiuj i ior Illinois, io tor .Missouri, and 87 for Nebraska. The Michigan state report for June shows a condition ,of S3, tne same as in May. Last June the condition was 58, "when a crop of only 6.000,000 bushels was harvested. The Missouri agricultural bureau makes the conditions of the grow ing wheat 89. while it was 64 last June, when 22.000.WO bushels were harvested. Cash wheat was unchanged to Ho higher. The corn plant Is reported to be doing nicely, although more sunshine is needed f?I.the Kfowlng sprout. Cash corn Was KQHo lower, A bumper yield of oats Is expected by Brain men. Cash oats wore UV4c lower. Clearances: Wheat and flour equal to I. 017,000 bushels i corn, 49,000 bushels; oats, II, 000 bushels. . Liverpool close: Wheat unchanged to Hd lower: corn unchanged. Primary wheat receipts were 1,083,009 bushels and shipments 476,000 bushels, against receipts of 3G3.000 bushels and shipments of 361,000 bushels last year. Primary corn receipts wero 1,89$ bushels and shipments 618,000 bushels, against re ceipts of 1.453,000 bushels and shipments of 78 1.000 bushels last year. , Primary oats receipts wero 1,408,000 bushels and shipments 729,000 bushels, against receipts of 638.000 bushels and shipments of 570,000 bushels lost year. Coxlot Ileoelpts. . Wheat. Corn. Oats. Chicago 14 MO 193 (Minneapolis 466 Duluth 39 Omaha 71 154 61 Kansas City us 131 31 Bt Loul i 125 233 117 Winnipeg 367 Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard, 8546c; No. 3 hard, 84V4683c; No. 4 hard. 824j84i4c; No. 3 spring, 84S'84Vio; No. 4 spring, Sa2Hc; No. 2 durum, 8S 8SV4o; No. 3 durum, 8787Wc Corn: No. 2 white, ESVso; No. 3 white, 6&S60&0; No. 4 white. 53,C4i4c; No. 2 yellow, 644o; No. 3 yellow, 64WC4V4c: No. 4 yellow, C2Qic; No. 2, 64ic; No. 3, 62&3Ua; No. 4, 62H(563o; no grade, 4&351c. Oats: No. 2 white, 37Vi037'4c; standard, 37c; No. 8 white, 36H36o; No. 4 white, S6Qi36ttc. Barley: Malting, 640o; No. i feed, 42 45c. Ilye: No. 2, va&6c; No. 8, 55 66H0. The Following Cash Soles Were Re ported Today Wheat: No. 2 hard winter, 1 car, S6c; 10 cars, 85Hc. No. 3 hard winter, 1 cor, 86Vic; 3 cars, S5c. No. 4 hard winter, 1 car, 84Hc No. 2 durum, 2 car, SSc No. 8 mixed, 1. car, 6c; 1 car, S4V4c. No. 3 spring, 1 car. S44a No. 4 spring, 1 car, E2Hc; 1 cor, 80c. Oats: Standard, 1 car, 37c. No. 3 white, 1 car, S6?ic; 20 cars, 36Hc No. 4 white, 3 cars, 3Cc. No grade, 1 car, 86c. Barley: No. 4, 1 car, 55ic. Corn: No. a white, 8 cars, teVsc. No. 3 white, 1 car, 55 Vic; 3 cars, 65Vic: 4 cars, 55c. No. 4 white, 2 cars, 64c; 1 car, 54 Vic; 1 car, 53Uc. No. 2 yellow, 3 cars, 64i4o; No. 3 yellow, 3 cars, 54 Vic; 16 cars, E4Vic No. 4 yellow, 1 oar 54c; 2 cars, 63V4c; 1 car, 63c; 12 cars, .53c: 1 car, 62c. Np., 2.. mixed.. 4 cars, E4Vio; No. 3 mixed, 1 car (near white), ,C4c; 4 cars,.61V4c; 17 cars, 53Vic; 1 car, 53c. No grade, 2 cars, 61c; 1 car, 50Vic; 2 cars, EOVic; 2 cars, 60c; 1 car, 49c; 1 car, 48c CHICAGO GRAIN ANorllO VISIONS Features of the Trading; and Closing Price on Hoard of Trade. CHICAGO, June 9. Government esti mates this afternoon regarding the 1913 crop or wheat proved to bo almost ex actly as figured out hero In advance by prlvato experts. More Interest was taken In a big dectease of the visible suddIv total. The outcome was a firm close at a net auvance 01 yo to tiWiic. Corn finished a l-16c to Aa up. oats with a gain of VitMia to c, and pro visions varying irom a Bnaae aeenne to 15c Increase in cost. Although, wheat prices at the outset were tinder some selling pressure due to rains In Kansas and suffered a tempo rary dip at midday on account of heavy primary receipts, tho course of the mnr- ItEAXi ESTATE LOANS. MONEY TO LOAN on Improved farms In eastern Nebraska and western Iowa. Loans made for 1 and 6 per cent, with the Udual optional privilege. For further particulars write to homo office. The Equitable Loan Co., Percy R Gwynne, (ftsa t aec y. umana. iseo, MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA HOMES. , NO DELAY. J. H. Mithen Co., INC. 821 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDO. DOUGLAS 1270. BEAT, ESTATE LOANS In any amounts. W. H. THOMAS, 22S State Bank Bldg. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEBFE HEAL ESTATE CO., 1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2715. LOANS on farms and Improved city property, 6 6H and 6 per cent; no delay. J. H. Dumont & Co.. 163 Farnam St. GAUVIN BROS LoanH and 8100 to 810,000 made promptly. F. D. KYead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam. 6 CITY LOANS. Bemts-Cariberg Co.. u7f 310-313 Brandels Theater Bldg. WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co 1320 Farnam St. HARR'SON & MOKTON. 916 Om. Nat LARGE loans our specialty. Stult Bros. STEAMSHIPS ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIPS. Sail every Saturday to and from NEW YORK LONDONDERRY GLASGOW , Ocean passage iW d.i.-". Moderate rates. For book of trims, rites, etc, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS., Gen. Aht., . v.. ituiiduipii 01. i.'nlcago OR ANY LOCAL AGENT. WANTED TO jiUY Dolgof f 2d-hand store pays hignest prices for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. JC07. WOULD like to buy a five or six-room bouse to be moved on a lot. One in the neighborhood of 21th and Clark preferred. Telephone Red 4301. SECONDHAND clothes, shoes; pay best prices. Tel. Tyler 1100. BEST prices for furniture. Call D. 7&2 LIVE STOCK MAHKET OP WEST Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign, ments receive prompt and careful atten tion; Live) Slock Commission Merchant BYER8 BROS, & CO., Strong, reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co . gg Exchange Bldg. MARTIN BROS. & CO., Exchange Bldg. ket on the whole was upgrade. De velopments concerning the visible supply tended to keep bullish sentiment vigor ous. The effect was much emphasised by the fact that storks here were cut down to less than a third of the amount on hand a year ago. HlHlltnr. nviilenciul n. rtntlonnbta dlsDo- sltlon to gst away from the short side of July wheat. Humors of fresh Balkan complications caused some buying and so, too. did further curtailment of probable yields In Kansas and Oklahoma. Corn rallied with wheat after an In terval of weakness, tho result of large receipts and of favorable weather. The volume of pit trading was1 small. Do- spite hedging sales by cosh houses, oats climbed on account of well grounded fears that the government report would show a lower condition than had .been Predicted. Hog market fluctuations dominated the provision crowd. Artlclol Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Safy. heati I I 90 90i 90UlNi. Wti 9V4i m 91 9iVi 67? 6SVV4 68W 68 56V4h 56 38V4 SSHfl. 37 SS&3S SSHCTV4 3S tO 45- 20 60 19 SO 19 95 10 92V4 10 95 tflO So H0CV4 H0JH 10 92V4 10 92V4 11 G7V4 11 67H Cll 70 11 70 11 35 11 S7H June July. Sept. 1 Doc. Corn. July. 99Vifl,9$HB91 SSHS'Vil 90Vi 91 Ti 6SHV4 6S 56 3SH 3714 3S 20 47V4 19 SO 6Sfir.SU 58V4 I 69 50H Sept. Dec. Oats. July. Sept. 0.1 h 20 70 20 00 Deo. Pork. July. Sept Lard. July. Sept. Oct. Ribs. July. Sept 3S 20 46-60 19 $m 19 82V4 10 W HOG 10 05 1100, 10 96 H0OV4 10 32V4 U67 U 06 1107H Cll 10 10 9714 11 72V4 11 75 11 350 11 40 11 374l Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red, S1.00$tl.04; No. 3 red, 92898o; No. 2 hard, 9294Wc; No. 3 hard, 9093c; No. 1 north ern, 93ST04ttc: No. 2 northern, 920034c: No. 3 northern, 90iS2c; No. 2 spring. 9203c: No. 3 spring, 90392c; No. 4 spring, 84 90c; velvet chaff, 90804Mo; durum, 90396c. Corn; No. 2, 6SV46Sic; No. 2 white, 69V4B1 69V4c; No. 2 yellow, 6SHff59c; No. 3, 6S3J 5SV4c: No. 3 white. 69g69V4c: No. 3, yellow, 58Vi69c; No. 4, 57Vi&!c; No. 4 wlllte, 6S 6SV4c; No. 4 yellow, 67Vi6SV4c Oats. No, 2, 8S0: No, 2 white, 404OWo; No. 3 white. 3S4ff3Vlo; No. 4. 37Mc: No. 4 white. 3S5? 3SV4c; Btandard, S9V4S40V4C Rle, No. 2. 61o. Barley, 5065c. Seed, timothy, J3.254.00. Provisions, pork, $20.03; lard, $10.90810.92V4; ribs, JU.76fll2.25. BUTTER Irregular; creameries, 24V4J? 2714c. EGGS Higher; receipts. 20,451 cases; at mark, cases Included, 17lSc; ordinary firsts, 17V4c; firsts. 18c. POULTRY Unsettled; hens, alive, 16c; springs, alive, 25c POTATOES Old, lower, 2530c, receipts 48 cars; new, steady, COgOOc, receipts, 47 cars. St. Lonla General Market. ST. LOUIS. June 7. WHEAT Cash : No. 3 red, $1.04L06; No. 2 hard, 01V4O 95V4C. FLOUR Quiet; red winter patents, 84.60 4.S5; extra fancy and straight, 83.75(34.50; hard winter clears, J2.86Q0.80. SED Timothy, 810. CORNMEAI-82.SO. BRAN Weak; sacked, east track, 870 91c. HAY Unsettled; timothy, n2.0016.50; prairie, S9.5O12.50. IRON COTTON TIES 980. BAGOING 10c. , TWINE Hemp, 8c PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; Job bing, (20.35. Lard, unchanged; prime steamed, 810.SOj10.90. Dry salt meat, un changed; boxed extra shorts, 12jc; clear ribs. 12Kc; short clears, 12V4c Bacon, unchanged; boxed extra shortR, 13-ic; clear ribs, 12c; snort clear, l3V4c. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbl 13,000 12,000 Wheat, bU. 125,000 67,000 Corn, bU. 223,000 66,000 Oats, bu 117,00) 49,000 Kansas City Grain .and1 Provisions, KANSAS CITY,, June 9. WHEAT Cash: No. 2 hard. 86V4S92c; No. 3, 84Vt 91c; No. 2 red, 92(ff9oo; No. 3, 8592o. CORN No. 2 white, 67V4667c; No. 3, 67Hc. OATS No. 2 white, 40V4c; No. 2 mixed, 3SV439I. Futures closed as follows: WHEAT July, E5c; September, 85Vto; December, 87V4c. CORN July, 67V4o; September, 57V4c; De cember, 64V454c. OATS September, 38V4c; December, 8SV4o. KYB-W4c. HAY Choice tlmoUiy, 812.60313.00. BUTTBR-Creamery, 27o; firsts, 26c; seconds, 25c; packing, 20V4c. EGGS Firsts, l7Hc; seconds, 14c. POULTRY Hens, 13V4c; roosters, 10c; ducks, 15c; boilers, 23c. Receipts. Shipments wh.nt lit, tiaiwt 10 ruvi . WU. ........... .1U,MI UO,WJ Corn, bu 131,000 28,000 oats, bu 21,000 8,000 Visible Supply of Grain. NEW YORK, Juno 9. The vlslbU gup Ply of grain In the United States Satur day, June 7, as compiled by the Now York produce exchange, was as follows: AVhcat, 34,653,000 bUBhels, decreased, 3, 287,000 bushels; wlveat In bond, 4,993,000 bushels, decreased, 929,000 bushels', corn, 4,397,000 bushels, Incheased, 1,818,000 bush els; oats, 8,456,000 bushels, Increased, 331, 000 bushels; oats in bond, 81,257,000 bush els, decreased, 11,000 bushels; rye, 606,000 bushels. Increased, 3.000 bushels; barley, 1,209,000 bushols, unchanged; barley In bond, 226,000 bushels, decreased, 1,000 bushels. Liverpool Grain Starket. LIVERPOOL, June 9. WHHAT 8pot, firm: No. 1 Manitoba. 7n RUrl- Mr. ? 7. 6V4d; No. 3, 7a 4V4d; futures, dull; July, U ou, ucuioer, is ina, uecemoer, IB 3a. CORN Spot, steady; American mixed, new, 6s Hi; American mixed, new. kiln dried, 6s 4d; American mixed, old, Cs; American mixed, old via Galveston, 6s 8V4d: futures, steady; July La Plata, 4s 10d; September La Plata, 4s HV4d. FLOUR Winter patents. 29s 6d. HOPS In London, Pacific coast, 4 10s36 10s. MllvranUce Oram Market. TfTT flf TtTI- T. . A ttxrn . m dllUHAUlUU. ' ' I P. 1 tfuuo u. y II r.A 1 No. 1 northern. 94i.95c; No. 2 northern, hw;nc; sva. i nara, wjnter, wavic; July, 90gc: September, 90c. CORN No. 3 yellow, 68WHSC; No. 3 white. 69Q60o: No. 3. 58Vi(ft68V4c: Julv. 58V4c: September, 69c. oats Htandara, wjiswe. RYE 61c. BARLEY ESQ gSc. Minneapolis Grain Market. MINNEAPOLIS, June 9. FLOUR Un changed. BRAN Unchanged. CORN No. 3 yellow, E6fi66Uc. OATS-No. 3 white, 3G3'3SV4c. RYE No. 2. 66367c. FLAX 31.27HQ'128V4. BARLEY 4567 C Minneapolis Grain Market. MINNEAPOLIS. June 9. WHEAT July. lCHS6ac; September, l4S01Hc. Cash: No. 1 hard, 92c; No. 1 northern, 90ie91V4c: No. 2 northern. 8859V4c; No. 2 hard, Montana, 9001V4c; No. 3, 86; 87V4c Cotton Market. NEW YORK, June 9.-COTTON-8pot closed quiet; middling uplands, 12.25c; middling gulf, 12.50c. Sales 1,700 bales. Futures closed steadv: June. 11.80c; .Inlv ll.SSc; August, 11.76c; September. 11.32c; October, 11.24c; November, 11.23c; De cember, 11.23c; January. lL17c; February, 11.18c: March. U.27c. LIVERPOOL, June 9.-COTTON Spot In fair demand; prices easier; middling fair, 7.28c; good middling. 6.83c: middling. 6.67c; low middling, 6.61c; good ordlnar), 6.I60: ordinary, 6.8lc; sales. 10,000 bales. Cotton closed steady at a net advance of 5 to 13 points. ST. LOUIS, Mo.. June 9,-COTTON Steady; middling. 12He; sales, none; re ceipts, 767 bales; ehipmont, 960 bales; stock, 25,021 bales. Coffee Market. NEW YORK, June 9.-Coffe futures opened barely steady at a decline of H& 32 points In response to lower French ca bles. European selling' renewed liquida tion and local pressure. The market sold off Into new low ground owing to further weakness In tho late markets abroad. The close was steady at a net decline of 28 to 3 points Hale. 6,260.; June and July, 984; Augut 991; September, 1,001; De cember, 1.004; January, 1,9; Morch, 1,015; May. 1,018. Spot coffee Vasy. Rio 7s. IOVJp: Fintos 4s 12'r mii.i coffee, quiet, Cordova, It tjl.c nominal. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Principal Securities of the World Again under Pressure. MOVEMENT IS DOWNWARD Trailer Shorr No Attempt to Mark Up Prices In Knee of the ItenTlnesH Bxlstlnir Abroad, NEW YORK, June 9. Tho principal securities markets of tho world were again under pressure today and the movement of stocks hern was sharply downward. Union Pacific, Steel, 8U Paul and nearly seventy other stooks of all descriptions reached new low levels for the decline and whlla some of the Important shares remained above their previous bottom figures, there wero substantial losses In all quarters. Foreign markets were disturbed by the prospect of renewed hostilities In the Balkans and some unetislness was felt In London regarding the approaching fortnight settlement. ' Trades showed no desire to attempt to mark up prices hero In the face -of the heaviness abroad, especially In view of the fact that should they succeed, they would merely be holding out added Inducements for further liquidation of European holdings of American stocks. Although the list was depressed throughout tho day, pressure was not as severo as on sonlo recent days of heavy liquidation, and the mar ket showed less evidence of nervousness. Although tho decreaso of more than 8, 000,000 pounds In surplus copper stocks shown In theh May statement was re garded as favorable. It failed to come up to expectations of trado, which had looked for a somewhat larger contrac tion. Exports were lighter than had been forcasted and production was un expectedly largo. This was offset to Bomo degree however, by the heavy deliv eries to domestic consumers. Tho metal stocks were especially, weak today, tho copper shares declining with the steel group, but the monthly statement had little effect on quotations. Bonds wero weak. Total sales par value. 12,010,000. U. 8. bonds were unchanged on call. Number of sales and teasing quotations on stocks today were: Stiff. Hlh. Low. CIom. Amilrumted Cbrper ... SO, (00 7H H Vi Amtrlcu Agricultural ., too 47 M 47 47 American Ueet Suiar.... loo it ss a American Can 10,100 U UV. U American Can pfd 1,00 M U U American C. & F 1.V00 41 40 40V. American Cotton Oil II Am. Ica Heenntka 100 JO 19H 1H American Unaeed loo 8 7H American Locomot to... 400 i)M 29 SSH American S. ft It 7,M0 0 60U (OH Am. 8. tt R. prd (7u Am. Hugar Retlnlnr COO 107 IMS 10H American T. & T 4.I00 lliV4 1SH 12CH American Tobacco tOO JCJ J 03 14 a( Anaconda Mining Co 4,100 11V4 11H UVi Atchtaon ,100 S4H HU Nit Atehtma pfd 100 IT 01 07 Atlantic Coast Line 800 11114 117 lltU Baltimore. & Ohio........ t.800 n llli ft Bethlehem Steel ........ 1,700 JH 27 rut Brookljn Rapid Tr 4,00 I7H MK tSH Canadian l'aclflo 11,(00 HVA 11114 tlk Central Leather 2,100 1IH 1IH HH Cheaapeake & Ohio 4,100 lK It Chicago O. W 1.000 11H 11H ion Chicago. M. & Bt. P.... S.OOO IMS 102U 10S Chicago & N. W 800 117 12H 1MU Colorado F. ft I... too 1H 1514 26 5raa011aaiM naa 2,100 lit iU lu lie WIU t IVUUbM f.flM llai TU wfUTr h. u. pra,, , xj msvincnr Bcumies 700 104 10 10V4 I? T "H S H Fine 2d pfd .a aeneral Electric 1.700 m itju luu Great Northern pfd t.lM IU 111 luu Illinois Central i'.joo 112U lnu 111 Interborough Met. J too u Jju 1, j.ucr. jei. pia 1,700 47K 4IU UK International Harrester. duu 110 100 M o is4 1H nu W IV4 IU inier-Aiarine prd .. International Paper Kan?a cltr Soutnrn... liooo 'it it '22'' M Laclede Oaa " 1, Loul.Tllle & NaehTlll... 1 400 m imu MiaMurl a" J?' M'" " 120 110 Missouri K. ft T 700 1IU 11 it Mliiourl Pactfle two Ml u nu. Stffia Dlt.:.::;;: g . "N. It It. nf M. 2d pfd! ... . " ii New Tork Central 1,700 ',H 'iK S N4ik0i&witer'.:'.'.'.'. ,g? g North American ,000 Ssu m14 Smt..:::: " 'i S fS : S S giM coi, :: : g s 88 h Uteadlna V, U ::i-.: ::.:! s T,.;T,f- V'i-J 15414 1S.K llepubllc I. & S.'nM'.'" S '! W Tlock Iilind Co.... 4.TOO m u. jtpek Island Co. pfd..". 2,(00 m' tl li 1H4 1IT4 Seaboard Air Line soo liu isu Au Seiboird A. Ij. pfd . .. H "H HJ Bloea-Shefneld B. A t... iZ li Southern Paelflo t.m Hk ? l,u Bouthern Itallwtr " Po. It.llwar pfd..,'.'. 'im ?,5 ?JJJ Tenmsi.ee Copper goo ii2 iSi! li Texaa ft Pacific......: ...!?? K i L Union Paelflo 13 too JJiis wiu .il!? Union Paelflo pfd........ ' H4U 14154 "J 5SSKS ifes&:::.;ss gil TJtah Copper .. MS '!S "i.H lw, waba,h pfd .::: :: : p h eS ,? ft. & & Rr-dlr. 'eoffered 4 Total sale, for the d.y iij.M New Vork Money Harkct m per cent; six months, tkpn pecenT MEItCANTir.B PAPErt-H sixty-day' ' blW" M sSo t hUS3 fr Commercial bills? u imi tor dem"- H l.VWD TJ sn . a'fofc: 0tat,0n " O"' w.r. n, s. ref. 21, re..gl00 K. a Bo. nf u uu urr.i.'v.v.'.s h Bft feCv S .u..'.::::::; j: a 8 do coupon m eeno. n. t."" i?J Panama li coupon. .102 di (. 4""" "Amer. Ar. HHW yl S i " i W A. T. & T. or. 4s. tt Vlib ('. H'- Hi Am. Tobacco (..,.. US N, Y M ii"V.V '' Armour co. ISU er. .u.' - . Atchlion gin. 4i.. & ' VI'""!' T do er. 1M0 ... 15 do .Ut .!i' OO CV. H II Ml, Pknlfl . m A. C. U lit 4i to d0 u ' ' 4 MH Bal. & Ohio 4i OH O. jf V V ";- Mt, do IV,. MHPenn. cr tS.A'- "H Drook. Tr. ct. 4i... H do eon u UH" Cen. of da. ( WJH nead0, '4n i:' ' - Cen. Ueather la.. .. 14 8, U 4 5 f- "K Chie. ft Ohio 4Ka M dTg?-. tf ' u do oonr. 4H..-.. 1H "Bt, ll 8 w" f" Chicago & A. IVU. U s. A. u Vdl U V CD. Q. J. 4a... MH-Ho. Rft- - co gen. H do er. 4m ' !' C H & ff P o 4H1..100', do lu re? ;."" W c. it. i. p. e. a. s7USo. nSilvi I! A do rfg. i 7S do cm. , ''m C. 4 B. r & 4Vil slU. Union i l'tciflt i. 4 ' ' !4 D. ft II. ct. la ttVk do er. A "' ' D. ft It. O. ref, la. USi do lit ; !. DUtlllenr- ( tt V. B. nubbar .""." Brie p. I. 4s. , IJttU. 8. gtiil Jl "J 1004 do gen. 4. M2V..C.8tchem4 ij- V do or. 4i, ier. B t7 wataai, j.t 4 " III. Oen. lit ref, 4i 0 Weitem Md i V- U "H Inter. Met. 4Me . ,. weit. Elec ., "I'" "H Inter. M. M. 4He. tT4 Wla, OentrJi' 4a'' Si? Jipao 4'4i , U mrai 4a.. tl Mi. Offend. Kvnporntrd Aonlea nnd ni..i n .. NEW YORK. June 9. - Evaporated 6wS,r?m et'kJ- 76Wc-; chol? t ?n,nf.pr.mS4,i0 unes. firm; Call- nr t' X;; cnoice, 7 Treaanrr statement. WASIIINflTnN' Tim. 0FT1.- - i.i of the Uriltid 8tuV't-ruwar the 'be ginning of business today was- WnrKlnp hnl.n.. eju nnl . m . t . and Philippine treasury, (47.853,649. To- . 1 . . Jiu' e'i.io,. iteceipts Saturday, (st,iS2,S00. DlsbursemenU, (2,- S4S.1K. The surplus this fiscal year Is p.S4S,i47, as against a deficit of JK.lM.6iM i aai. year. The IlKUreei for receipts, disbursements, surplus and deficit exclude lanairui canal and public debt transactions. London Stock Mnrltrt. LONDON, June 9. American securities opened quiet today. Trices sold off under realizing during the first hour and nt noon tho list ranged from above to H below Saturday's New York closing. Can nillan Pacific decline! to 1H Cenult, moner Ulillllnoli Central IU do aceount 7lt-l(M.( K. ft T 1 Ami!. Copper HUN. Y. Central 101W Atchlxm 7i Pensiilrinla Ut Cinidlin Pacific... 2HHeidlng IU Chicago O. W 11 Houlhern raoltlc... H PL Pant ...10114 Union railllc UT14 Dearer ft Ills 11.... 1IUU. S. Steel , U Erie 21 WaUth j 2i do lit pM. .. IWM)ri II Grand Trunk 1(14 Hand Mlnei (H 8ILiVKlt-Bar, stctdy at X7 -lW per os. MONEY per cent. Tho rato of discount In the open market for short and three months' bills Is 4Vi4 4S Pr cent. Dnnk Clpiirlnni. OMAHA, June 9. Bank clearings for today are 23,123,609.60 and 2,St,15e.6 for the corresponding do) last year. OMAHA aE.VUttAL. MAIIKKT. BUTTKn-No. 1, 1-lb. carton. 80c'. No. 1, 00.1b. tubs, 29Hc; No. 2, 27c. CHKESB Imported Swiss, 32c: Ameri can Swiss, J6cj block Swiss, S4o; 'twins, 17c; daisies, 17Hc; triplets, 17Hcl Young Americas, 19o; blue label brick, 174c; Urn burgsr. 3-lb., lie; 1-lb.. 2Sc: New York wh.ie, 20c. FI8II White, fresh. 15c; trout, fresh, 13c; large crapples, iresh, llo; Spanish mackerel, 15c; eel, 17o; haddock, llo; flounders, lSo; shad roe, per pair, 40o; solmon. fresh, 10c; halibut, fresh, Sxi; buffalo, 9c: bullheads, lie; channel cat fish, 13c: pike, 14c; pickerel, He l'OUL.TUY--Brollers. S5o a lb.: hen's, 16c; cocks, 12Hcj ducks. lS23c; geese, 18o; turkeys, 23c; pigeons, per dot., $1.20; roosters, 9c; ducks, full feathered. 10c; geese, full feathered,, lie! squabs. No. L il.EO; No. 2, 60a BEEF CUTS-Illbs, No.,1. 17c; No. , 16c; No. 8. 14Wc. Chucks. io. 1. iOc; No! 2. Mo; No. 3, 9c. Loins, No. 1, i8o; No. 2. 17Mc; No. J. 16Wc Hounds. No. 1. 14c; No. 2. IJHc: No. 3, 1314c. Plates. No. L 8o: No. 2, 7Wc; No. !. 7c The following fruit ana vegetable prices are reported by the Qlllnsky Krnlt euro pany; FUU1TS Strawberrt,, Arkansas, tila, per case, $2.60; Tennessee Klondike, uts., per case, U.76. Pineapples t Florida, UL 24. 30, 36 or 42 site, per crate, 14.C0. Kvtro fancy California navels: Nlnety-slx. 11.00; 126, 14.60; 160, 176. 200 and 216 tltes, 15.40; 250. 4.50; 588 and 324, (4.00. Valencia: One hundred and twenty -six, per oox, 25.60; 150, 176, 200, 216, per box, 14.00, Applos! Utah Wlncsap, per box, 11.75; Utah llanos and Ben Davis, per box. JLM; uvtra fancy Qano, circle brand, per bbi , 24.00; extra fancy Ben Davis, per bbl., 83.50; extra fancy Winenap. pr bbl.,. 23.(0: extra fancy Missouri Plppen, per bbl., (3.25; Ganos, small, per bbl., 22.25. Grapefruit: Florida, Indian fUvtr, 64 and EO sizes. 15.00; 54 slae, 14.60; 46 slxe. Il.uu; 38 alse, (3.75. Lemons: Extra fancy Southland Beauties, 300s and SCOo, per box.. (7.50; extra choice Justrlte, per box, (7.00; ox cellent brand, 300 size, per box, (7.25; extra fancy Messina, 300 or 360 slie. WW, tfun slde brand, 300 size, per box, (0.75: extm choice Messina. 300 ir 360 slxc (6.00. Potatoes, per bu., 55c; Rerl .Uver earl Ohio, per bu., 60c. Onions: Large ited VEGETABLES Minneapolis Red lUver Valley Ohio potatoes: Uolorvlo Rural crate, (1.001.26. Plants: Tomatoes plants, per 100. E5o; cabbage plants, per 100, 65c; pepper plants, per 109, 75o: caulltlowar plants, psr 100, 76o; eggplant plants, per 100, (1.00. Tomatoes: Fanoy Florida, per 6-boaket crate, (1.00; choice H-baskst, crate. (3.50. MISCELLANEOUS Red new potatoes, per hamper, (2.15; California Jumbo celery, per doz., (2.00; cider Mott's, per keg, (3.50; cider Nehawka, per keg, (1.25; asparagus, per doz., 50a; rhubarb, per doz., 30c; onions, per dox., 20c; new boats. vauvi, butiiiv, iwi UU.., WW yMRICi f doz., 40c; radish, per doz., 40c: head lettuce. per aoz., i.w; nomegrown leat reituce, per doz., 40o; green peppers, per baskat, 50o; wax or green beans, per hamper. (4.00; hot house cucumbers, per doz., (1009 2.00: cauliflower, per crate, (3.50; Venetian garlic, psr lb., 12Ho; ?'uxas new cabbage. Per lb., 2o; eggplan' iter doz., (1.6002 00; Horseradish, 2 dot J ittlts In case, per case, (1.S0; dromedary brand dates, pkg., (3.00; anchor brauU dates, pkg., (2.25; Vtalnuts No. 1 7,ft shell, per )b., 20c; medium pecans, pir lb.. iSVio; pecans jumbo, per lb.. ioc; giant pecans, Louisi ana paper shell, por lb., 25c: filberts, psr lb., 15c; Drake aimonds, per lb., 16c; paper shell, 18c; Brazils, per lb., lOo; large washed, per lb., 12c; black walnuts, ptr lb., 2Hc; raw No. 1 peanuts, per lb., (vie, Jumbo peanuts, per lb., 80; roast peanuts, fer lb , 8Vio; shell bark hickory nuts, per b., 4a; large hickory nuts., per '.b.. fc; white rice popcorn, per lb., 6a; che:kers, per 100 pkg. case, (3.50; checkers, per 60 pkg. case. (1.76; Leslie Borry poxes, qts., per L000, (3.75. Corn nnd Wheat neirlon Bnlletla. United States Department of Agricul ture, weather bureau, for Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending at a. a. m., 76th meridian time, Monday, June 9, 1913. OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS. Temp. Rain Station. High. Low. fall Sky. Ashland, Neb.. 66 47 .00 Clear Auburn, Neb.. 66 46 .00 Clear Broken Bow.. 66 42 .0G Clear Columbus 67 43 .00 Clear Culbertson .... 68 52 .00 Cloudy Falrbury 68 46 .00 Pt. Cloudy Fairmont C5 43 .00 Clear Grand Island.. 66 46 .00 Clear Hartlngton .... 62 44 .00 Clear Hastings 66 43 .00 Pt. Cloudy Holdrege 67 49 . 00 Pt. Cloudy Lincoln, Neb.. CS 47 .00 Clear North Platte.. 66 48 .00 Cloudy Oakdale, Neb.. 68 SO .00 Clear Omaha. Neb... 65 48 .00 Clear Tekamah 68 45 .00 Clear Valentine .... 68 4a ,00 Clear Alta. Ia 67 41 .00 Clear Carroll. Ia 65 41 ,00 Clear uiannaa. ia... 01 i ,w uiear Sibley. Ia 67 39 , .00 Clear Sioux City.... 64 46 .00 Clear Minimum temperature for' twelve-hour period ending at 8 a. m, DISTRICT AVERAGES. No. of Temp. Rain District. Stations. High. Low fall. Columbus, 0 18 63 40 .00 Louisville, K.y... iu ts ,20 Indianapolis .... 14 66 43 .00 Chicago 24 60 38 ,00 St. Louis 19 68 46 . 30 Des Molne 22 64 40 .00 Minneapolis 61 m 44 .00 Kansas City .... 26 62 48 .50 Omaha 17 66 .00 Unseasonably cool weather continues throughout the corn and wheat region. Frosts occurred at three stations In the Columbus district, and at five stations In the Chicago district Showers occurred in the southern districts, and rain Is fall ing In Kansas and Oklahoma this morn ing. L. W. WELSH, Local Fortoaster, Metal Market. ,tatr vrtOir Tun. O Vf TTfT 1 T .UTn n . per. nominal; standard, spot to August, (14.0014.76J electrolytic. (15.50315.75; lake, (l5.87MQ16.oo; casting, (16.004J16.60; London market strong; spot, 60 7s 6d; futures, 66 7s 6d, Tin, market steady; spot, (46.X 05.60; June, (45.2OQ45.50; July. (45.30 45.S7M1 August. IU..UHW,ou, xxiiiuon nmriscv market steady; (i.BOg; London market rni A- anl.A nr,wlff W.aV 1R 1 fjfk 6.26; London market, 22 17s 6d. Antimony, M..t.A. ,4. ill r.nlcann'a. le.719.M). Iron. market dull; No. 1 northern, (16.6OS17.00; No. 2 northern, (16.00016.60; No. 1 south ern, (15.16916.50; No. 1 southern soft, (15.75 016.50. London market Cleveland war rants, 67s 4Hd. ST. IXJUIH, June 9. METALS Lead steady at (4.20. Spelter dull at (5.15. Copper Producers Statement. NEW YORK. June 9, The statement of the Copper Producers' association for May shows a decrease In stocks on hand pf 8,074,883 pounds compared with the previous month Dry Goods Market. NEW YORK. June 9. New prices for fall have been made on wide sheetings on a basis of 23 cents for 10-4 Pnpperells. Jobbers report a livelier spot trade dur ing the day. Yarns are easy. St. Joseph Live Stock Market. ST. JOSEPJf. June . CATTLE Re ceipts, 1.600 head; market strong; steers. (7.00t28.C6; cows and heifers, J1.COS8.35; calves, (T.0010.00. H0O8-Receipts, 4,000 head; market steady; top, (8.60; bulk, (3.35438.45. SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts. 1.500 head, market strong, lambs. (7.COZf8 2 OMAHA LIYEJTOGK MARKET Dime Advanoc in Price on Light Supply of Cattle. HOGS AVERAGE A SHADE LOWER ComparmtlTFlr Llscht Supply of Clipped Lnrub Mores Slowly nt Prices Abnnt Steady vrltU I.nst Week's Closr. SOUTH OMAHA, June . 1912 Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Estimate Monday 2,759 4.123 4.117 Same day last week. ..2.615 12,994 S,4oS Same day 3 weeks ago t.972 6,056 6,880 Same day 3 weeks ago (.115 6,973 9,846 Same day 4 weeks ago 1,892 7,993 9,616 Same day last year ... 2,437 8,479 7,443 The following table shows the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South Omaha live stock market for the year to data as compared with last year: 1913. 1912. Inc. Dec Cattle , 3S0.502 390,5(2 , 10,000 Hogs 1,293,276 1,635,811 342,535 Sheep 883,300 854.673 38,753 The following tablo show the range of prices for hogs at South Omaha for the last few days, with comparisons Date. I 1913. 1912.19U . Itl0.1909.iiy08.1909. lyO8.1909. I I W I S 35 6 19 i 6 29 I 6 23 6 03 i 6 23 6 Oi 15 26 5 91 i 5 31 I'M 5 W 5 98 6 03 I 8 27 W 5 37 May 31 & 60 221 74 7 11 June 1.) 7 27) 5 751 D 31 H 9 091 7 14 7 191 7 26 June 2., June 3., e 0 n 7 35 7 X, 5 78 June 3.. 23i 8 19&I 6 7 7 26 June 4. 7 3i 9 06 7 34 7 36 7 S2 June S IV 8 sm J7H 7 281 7 3ij 7 431 6 S3 6 SS 5 85 5 83 6 S9 June June June 9 01 S 16 7 44 e 9 271 7 Ss 7 87 June 8 27H 9 32 Sunday. Receipts and disposition of live stock at the Union HtouK Yards, Bouth Omaha, for the twenty-four hours ending nt 3 o'clock Saturday: RKO10IPT8-CAR3. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H's's. C. M. & St. P Hy.. 4 1 Mo. Paelflo Ry 2 Union Paelflo Hy.. 2tS y 7 4 CAN. W east.... 7 4 C. & N. W., west.. 21 25 3 C. 8U P. M, & O... 11 6 C IS. & Q oast.... 1 C B. & U west.... 28 13 1 Illinois Central Ky 2 2 2 .. C. G. W. Ky S 1 Total 114 61 1( 10 DISPOSITION HEAD. Cattle. Hogs. Bheep. Morris & Co Swift & Co Cudahy Packing Co.... Armour & Co Lincoln Packing Co South Omaha P. Co Sinclair Packing Co Benton V. S. & Lush.. 'Hill & Son. 1 B. Lewis J. H. Bulla L. F. Hun McCrcary & Kellogg.... Rothschild & Kreus ... Cllna & Christie Other buyers 317 OX, 713 Soli l.OoS 1,800 620 1.00 24 431 1,228 498 13 30 1U 78 121 16 ... ... 27 59 b 55 40 408 Total ..2,586 8,968 3,905 CATTLE The week opens with a very moderato run of cattle, the general qual ity of tho offerings being only fair. Ad vices trom eastern markets were gener ally favorable and with a vigorous de mand from local dress beet men, trade wai very active and prices mostly a dime higher than the close of last week. All classes of buyers favored the tat, light wetgnt and handy beeves, and anything of thin kind found a ready sale at the full advance. The same was truo as to the more desirable heavy cattle. Plain heavy cattle as well as commoner year lings, did not move so very treely and buyers simply took them because tney could not get the kind of cattle they wanted. Undertone to the trade, however, was strong throughout, and a clearance made by the mtddlo of the forenoon. Market for cows and heifers showed fully us much improvement as the fat cattle trade and the very limited offerings were all disposed of In good season at prlots that were fully a dime higher than the close of last week. Desirable helfery grades were comparatively scarce and, In fact, the general quality of the offer ings were not as good us lost week, but the demand from all sources was very keen and anything at all useful In the way of butcher or canner stock, sold read ily as well. Veal calves, bulls, stags, etc., sold pretty much the same as last week. Although the volume of business In stockers and feeders was comparatively light, the tone to the maket was decid edly strong and practically everything in this line sold a shade tfigher than last Friday. Demand for sometime ipast has been far In excess of the receipts and It Is only tho very limited supplies that pre vents an unusualy heavy volume of busi ness at this time. Quotations on Cattle: flood to choice beet steers, (8.2OQ8.50; fair to good beef. Steers, (7.8ifi.20; common to fair beef steers, t7.36djj7.75; good to choice heifers, (7.2Ctr8.00; god to choice cows, JS.8W.40; fair to god grades, (6.00Q'6.80; common to fair grades, (4.00W6.0Q; good to choice stockers and feeders, (7.6008.00;, fair to good stookers and feeders, (7.26Q.7.60; com mon to fair stockers and feeders, (6.60 7.00; stock cows nnd heifers, (6.264J7.25; veal calves, (7.0010.00; bulls, stags, etc, (6.0037.10. BEEP STEERS. No, 1.. Ar. Pr. No. At. Pr. ... 740 7 00 1 1110 I M 2. ... 711 7 10 3..,. I.... 14.... .... ..iou i oo ,.1072 I 00 21 1011 7 (S 2 1H 7 71 I2 7 10 3 1161 7 'tO 21 loco 7 It 12 1221 T M ,.,.1225 106 ....11(1 I 10 ....1141 I 10 21... 21, Ml I 10 10., .1031 I 10 .1200 I 10 It ,..,10M 7 W I II II 20 I II ,. It , IU IH ,.iiw i ..not ..IU! I 20 .,1136 111 ..1111 I 28 ..mi i it ..1U0 I 20 It., I II... 27... 1041 7 IS 111 I 00 lilt 2 00 II.. 111 I 00 17 1417 I 00 1106 I 00 44.. STEERS AND HEIFERS. I 104 7 tO 14 1007 7 70 10 Ml 7 70 T 1007 7 U W 74 7 tO 21 Ill 7 10 t 1141 I 00 II 10 Ml I 10 Ml lit 721 I 20 ni iu it u II ..144 I 2S .1127 124 ,. H4 I 30 21-. 27. 11 777 I 06 COWS. 1.. 4. 7., 7., M 4 10 I .1111 1(0 7 Ml I 10 112 I U 717 5 II 2 lilt u 1 ltM 10 U ,...1071 170 1 1000 I to 1 ....1140 7 00 1 1041 7 00 It 124 7 20 2 10U 7 10 1 1021 7 10 1200 7 20 11 1172 7 W ... 11W I 20 111 I 60 IS l 1060 I 71 110 I M IU IK 110 I OO 1M2 I II Ill 4 40 ItO I to ,.,1040 I tO ...1040 I to l..i t ...11U I to COWS AND inOIKERS, II.... 12.... It...'. '.'.'.'. I. 2..,. .. 715 I II I. .1171 7 20 .. MO 7 40 . M 7 II ., 711 7 40 .. Ml 7 40 .. IM 7 40 .. 710 7 U .. 170 7 t ,.771 IN ..417 7 71 .. 7X 7 15 ..1041 7 00 7 , UlSlFBim. . . . . 110 ( M0 I 71 M7 I 7 IK I M Ill 7 00 Ill 7 10 141 7 21 10J0 7 21 710 7 21 101 7 21 4. it!!! BULLS. Ill I tt 1. ,.1110 7 00 700 7 (JO 1410 7 00 1110 T 00 .......1100 7 20 .......1410 7 20 ....... 0 7 110 7 21 700 21 1.. I0M I H 1.. tito i to l.. Ill I to 1.. Mttt I 04 1.. 1140 I M 1,, mo n 3.. 1112 I 78 1.. 1TI0 I It 1.. 100 I tO 1.. .410 7 10 . 420 7 U .440 7 71 1M0 I 10 CAIiVca. ... 410 I 28 ... ni i no I. 1. no 10 oo iu 10 oo no io oo 270 10 00 no io oo . . . 121 I 00 ... no t is ... 140 I 71 I.... 1... I.... III 10 On I. Kl io oo STOCKERS AND FEEDERS, .lone i 21 4 170 7 7fl 1 BO 1 Vk 12 411 7 74 2 7 71 It. II. II.. ., 711 7 71 1 1007 7 40 1U 7 71 07 7 IO 121 7 10 770 7 10 IU IN 7 lit 7 M 10 Ill T 14 10 IM 12., ,. 102 7 M 20.. 41.. 22.. 1 701 7 711 WESTERNS. C. T. Longhurst. Idaho Hayfrd. 3 cows 970 5 75 1 cows.,,.. SS0 t 75 13 heifers. . W)l 7 25 10 feeders.. 819 773 2 c's & h's SIS 4 W) 3 calves. . . 251 8 IQ 2 bulls... .lir, 10 2 calves ... 336 6 60 26 c's ft h's 772 7 00 HOOS A very small run showed up this morning, only about elxty.one cars, or 4,128 head, being yarded. This Is only about nne-third tho slxe of tho heavv supply last Monday, nnd Is about half as large as a your aeo. A very heavy supply was reported In Chicago, and as a sharp break was re ported at that point, locul buyers started out bidding about 5c lower than Satur day's averairr. Sollcrs, however, thought the run too light to allow ot any decline, nnd they held out for slightly higher prices. Alter moro man nn Hour haa passed without much of anything being sold, buyers finally bought it few loads that looked to be about steady with Sat urday's close, or a shftdo lower than the average. Movement at this time was very slow, and the larger share of the offerings were still unsold. Buyers nnaliy raised their orrers to a steady basis, and as this was what salesmen had been working for. most of tho hogs were cashed nt nbnut the mires that twrm paid Haturday. A llttlo later on, however, values stumped off ngnlu and bids made on thh few loads loft, were Just about a nickel Idwdr. At a late hour thero were still three or four loads In first hands. The general market Is Jmt a shade lower. There am more sales at (S.35 than at any other ono price, with a sprinkling below nnd quite a little bunch on up. Best light brought (3.35. The market was very slow throughout, and It was well along In the morning beforo anything llko a clearance naa neon made. HO- Ar. Bh. rr. No, At. 8h. Tr. II. M1.40O I IS 12. IM ... I 27 U 10 Ill' 40 SO 11.. ..,..?) ... 2 11 if, 41. ,. .111 ... I UV4 71 til. 110 I 17H 41 242 10 I 22U , 22 110 200 I i?H 41 Ill ... I IS ! Ill ... I 271t ft... .2t 10 I 2S II Ill 10 s 27H 0 241 10 I 75 1 71 Ill ... 'I 10 II 211 110 I 23 . 74 Ill IO I 20 U 2S2 10 I 11 71 211 ... I 10 II 22S ... I S3 70 261 110 I 10 42 Ill ,., 124 Iw XI ... t 10 I 1TI H IH II Ill ... I 10 io no no i 25 it :ot no i to 104 140 I 75 II Ill 120 S M 1 IU ... I IS 71 201 ISO I 10 17 241 120 I M 71 Ill M I 10 It Ill 100 1 IS II Ill II I 20 4 211 120 I 20 71 250 ... I 20 10 Ill ... IS M 217 120 I SO t iii to i ss ii in no i to It 211 ... I IS 27 27S 110 I 10 tM ... I IS 17 2S 40 I 20 34 211 ... t 20 77 212 ... I 224 10 Ill ... I 20 It 105 40 I UH 71 215 ICO I IS 17 Ill ... I M tt 211 10 t 2714 M 202 ... I 26 II II 110 I 1TH 71 21S ... I IS 10 140 ... I 27t 14 217 ... I 15 10 Ill ... I UH SIIKKP Thougn tho receipts of clipped lambs wero light for a Monday, buyers were very Indifferent bidders, with the result that trade was rather slow at prices generally steady or nearly so. In point of quality tho supply did not quite como up to the stnrdard of that at the Close of last week and on that account Prices did not score as high a top. The bulk of the sates were Included In a range of (tS.60J7.36. with a one-load of lambs weighing 74 pounds selling as high as (7.55, the highest price for the day. About four cars of California spring lambs came In with today's receipts and these weighed nround 70 pounds and worn slow sale at (8.15. As usunl of late thero was little trade In aged sheep. Thero was about a deck of clipped ewes which brought (5.5a For comparison tho receipts for the lay foot up thirteen cars or some 4,117 head, being a llttlo better than a week ago, but less than two weeks ago and a year ago. A complete clearance was not made until well along toward 11 o'clock. Quotations on shorn sheep and lambsi Lambs, good to choice. (7.S54)7.T5; lambs, fair to good, (0.607.25; cuu,, 34.oojj5.OO; yearlings, good to choice, (6.2S6,60; year lings, fair to good, ti.76ye.ri; wsthers, good to choice, (504j.76; wethers, fair to good, (6.2546.50; ewes, good to choice, (6.2i&6.60; ewes, fair to good. (l,761r5-25; culls. (2.50W75. v, 98 spring lambs , 57 8 00 10 cull lambs 44 6 00 22 shorn owes 12s 5 50 175 shorn iambs 70 c 70 129 shorn lambs 70 6 75 60 cull lambs 61 s 25 285 shorn lambs , 74 7 65 1(2 Wyoming lambs C9 7 15 103 Wyoming lambs 68 7 15 CO Wyoming cull lamb 62 t 00 5 Wyoming ewe 86 6 60 126 Wyoming ewes S3 6 60 20 cull ewes 00 3 00 83 Wyoming spring lambs .... 64 8 25 188, fat lambs 74 7 85 271 fat lambs 74 7 35 214 fat lambs C6 7 (5 14 shorn ewes & weathors 81 6 CO 1,(70 California sprlnb lambs.,.. 76 8 15 4 Clilcnito Live Stock Market, CHICAGO, June v. HOQS Receipts, 66.000 head: strong, early declln moailv regained; bulk. J8.65flS.C0; light, (8.40W 8.(16: mixed, tS.868.66; heavy, (8,10 oiiuni ruusii, ei.ivua.M, pigs, ea.wae.za. CATTLE Receipts. 21,000 head; market steady; beeves, (7.2078.80; Texas steers, (6.7007.75; western steers, (6.8338.00: stockers and feeders, J0.OW8.O5; cows ana heifers. (3.06(18.00; calves, (7.76311.00. BHEEP AND LAMBB Receipts, 15.000 head; market strong, generally loo higher; native. (l.BOQti.OO; westorn. f5.00ii6.10; yearlings. tfi.604M.ro: native lambs. J5.COTf 7. 60; western lambs, (5, 6027.00; spring iambs, Jto.i&tfw. Ht. Louis I.lrn Stock Market. ST. LOUI8. June S.-CATTLIC-Recelpts, 4,600 head; market, steady; natlvo beef steers, 15.76flU.00; cows and heifers, (4.50 (18.60; stockers and feeders, t5.2SQ7.60; southern steers, (ti.oaffS.CO: cows and heif ers, (4.25(17.00; calves, JA.OOflO.W. HOOS Receipts, C60Q hiad; market, 5a higher,; pigs and lights, t7.268.G5; mixed and butchers, J8.604i8.65; good heavy, (8.50 08.60. SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts. 5,000 neaa; marxei, aieaay; native muttons, (1.6096.00; lambs, (6.26Q4J.85: spring lambs, (8.25418.60. Knniii Cltr Live Stock Mnrket. KANSAS CITY, June 9, CATTLE Re ceipts, 8,000 head; market, steady; prime fed steers, (8.2C88.65; dressed beet steers, (8.1008.25: western steers. (6. 6008. M: south. ern steers. t5.608S.lO;, cows, (4.607,25; heif ers, (4.6018.60; stockers and feeders, (6.50 vs.w: buns, te.ooQ7.z5: calves, (7.ooio.60. HOOS Receipts, 8,000 head; market, steady to 60 lower; bulk, (S.3MW.46; heavy, 38.30i88.40; packers and butchers, (3.36 8.46: light. (8.4088.60; pigs. (7.10017.75. SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts, 8.000 neaa; marKct, steady to strong; iambi, Jfl.CO28.10: yearlings. (5.00ft.60: wethers. (4.6006.00; ewes, (1.0086.26; Blockers and feeders, (3.25gG.oo. ICljrln Butter Market. ELGIN, JunaD.-BUTTER-Steady, 37 Ho. MAN CRUSHED TO DEATH UNDER A LOCOMOTIVE GRAND ISLAND. Neb., June .-(Special.) Louis Danjelaz, of foreign birth, employed at the Union Pacific shops, was Instantly killed when the engtno on the running board of which he was standing, went In to the turntable pit. Stanley May, a coal heaver, had undertaken to move the engine from the ash pit to the sand pit, to supply It with sand. Danjelas, em ployed at the ash pit, got on the running board. May found himself unable to stop the engine and Jumped. Danjales could not see him do so and there was appar ently no time to give the warning. The engine toppled Into the pit and Danjelas body was later recovered from under the same, badly crushed and Incinerated. Dan Jelas has no family here. Tho engine la quite badly wrecked. It Is stated that May had no authority to attempt to move the engine, this being the duty of the en gine holster. r.lllnrr He rents GlenTlIIe. GILTNBR, Nib., Juno 9, (Spectal.)- Glltner defeated Glenvllle Saturday In a fast game. Cox of Glltner pitched a one hit game, and this was a scratch. Only three men got to first. Gallentlnea bat ting featured. Score: R.H.ES. Glltner 3 0100001 t 82 Olenvllle 0 00000000-014 Batteries: Glltner, cox and T. Luby; Glenvllle, Marrow and Roonfelt. Ilea-nn nt Lincoln, The Lincoln club has scoured, under optional agreement, iitcner Mine Ilegan from the Kansas City club. Regan haa won one game and lost none for the Rlues, and Manager Carr of Kansas City considers htm a valuable youngster who will develop Into a winning pitcher for American association company In an Diner year. Mnyor a 1'oet, When the Kitty league season was opened at Vlncennes the mayor of the town, besides tossing the first ball, re cited from tho plate an original poem en titled "Let's plav Rail." The fans are said to havs applauded. HOME TEAM SWEEPS COURT Americans Defeat Australian!! Fourth Match of Series. in WIN RIGHT TO PLAY QERSIAN8 Maarlce! 13 . McLotiKliUn Detents Stanley Doust In Three Games StrnlRht, Cllnchlnn- the Victory. WEST 8IDH TEN NTS CLUD. N. Y June S-.-Tho United States tennis team won Its right to play Germany In the second round ot the Davis cup Interna tional tournament by fycieattng the aus tral Ian combination, hero this afternoon In the fourth match of the series. Maurice K. McLoughlln, by Seating Stanley N. Doust In the third of tho sin gles matches In thrco stralRht sets clinched the victory started on Friday Tho scores by which McLoughlln defeated the Australlalan team were 6 to 4, 6 to I and 6 to 2. This gave America three out ot the four singles matches nnd Aus tralasia the ono doubles match. Although tho match between Williams and Rico followed McLoughltn's victory, It was nothing moro than nn exhibition since even If Rico hud won, the score would still remain three matches to two In favor of the United States. McI.niiKhltn's Srrvlrr Severe. The severity of McLoughlln's s-irvlce and returns caused the downatl of Doust. Tho visitor was unable to handlp tho ball propelled with such torrlflc speed In a manner suitable for consistent placing. His best asset was a slow nnd low ball which rarely rose six Inches above thn top ot the nit. This made It difficult for MoLoughlln to uso his over hand smash to tho best advantage, but by playing hard at every available ball he clinched the match that was needed to give his team victory. The Australasians took their defeat In sportsmanlike fashion. Doust shook his head gravely as tho last of McLoughlln's 11 serves swept by him Hhd then rushed over to be the first to con gratulate his opponent. The handslmklng ovrr, Doust took tho megapnone irom iim umnlro's hand nnd asked the stand to Join him In ' three cheers for the American team. The cheers were given with vigor and found an echo on the east stand in a staccato cheer for the Autlralaslans. Doust Wins Olener. iT.nniViiin nm! Doust came upon the court at 2:12 r. m. Doust took his placs In the south court nnd opposed tne piay ...11. ..I'Vtpf. which McLoughlln netted on return. Doust won tho opening game. '4 to 2. on nets and outs by his opponent. Doust could do llttlo with MCLOUgnun 1 service and the American won the second game, 4 to 1. McLoughlln put on speed and breaking through Doust's service, won the third. 4 to 1. Kndi.ro tn handle McLoughlln's service nnd returns cost Doust the fourth game. 4 to 1. Doust forced his opponent out of posi tion repeatedly In the fifth gamo and be. tween netting and driving out ot court, McLoughlln lost the game, t to 4. Anstrnllnn Helpless. ot. 1 ..l.nn Ahnmnlnh rut loose Willi 111a Aim 1 1 ... 1 w ....... . a sweeping servlco In the sixth same, which aced and threw Doust out of posi tion until ho was helpless, losing, 1 to . Doust. by playing to McLoughlln back hand, won the seventh game, 4 to 2. With the wind at his back, ths Call fornlan easily scored a love game ln .th olghth, the point score being to 0. . . . , -. 1. u..nf In rinnitt. by 9 xne nimu iiuiiiu - -- score ot 4 to 2, McLoughlln finding H difficult to return the Australians iow pustllng servlco and outs. McLoughlln took the tenth game, w 1, and the first set. six games to four by forcing Doust to all parti of hli court by his vicious slashes. Score first set: McLoughlln.. M . H J i r5 oust .4i . " : it:,; Doust worked up cioso iu w. .. ... . e eh aarond set and by tne Iirsi esttum v clever cross courting ot McLoilghlln'S re turns, won at 4 to L The American adopted the same tac tics In the second game and won, 4 to t The play was fast and hard In thi third, which was won by Doust. 4 to 1. t,...u r. foucht hard for the place at the net and in most cases the visitor succeeded In winning tno piaca ano pomw MoLoughlln easily won on his itry Ice In tho fourth ramo by a score il Cleverly placed returns ot Doust's slow servlco gavo McLoughlln tho fifth gam With0 the score 40-15 In favor of Douit, McLoughlln rallied and won the sixth game, 6-4. hy the hardest kind of serv ice and volley. . Doust held steadily to his policy ol serving and volleying a low twlstlnr ball which sedom rose high enough for Mc Loughlln to smash with full force. Is this manner the Australian won the iv enth game at 4-0. MoLoughlln won the eighth game wttl a terrific service, by o score of 4 to L The ninth game saw the best and lonar est prolonged volleying ot the match In this Doust more than held his own winning. 6-4. With McLoughlln serving In the tonta game, there was little chance for DouM. The score of points was 4 to 1, and Mo Loughlln won his second straight set bi six games to 4. Score, second set: -forcing the Pace. The third set opened with both -player forcing the place, Doust wrved ant rushed to the net where he placed or forced McLoughlln to return out ot court, thus winning the first game, 4-1. Try as he would. Doust could not handle McLoughlln's service and lost the second game, 2-4. The third game went to Woust, S tt 3, after McLoughlln had pulled up tc deuce by some clever short court shots. Again McLoughlln made his service win for him in the fourth game, the score being 4-2. In the fifth the American brokr through Doust's service, and by forcing his opponent to the back of the court won. 4-1. Smashing service mixed with clever placement shots won the sixth game for McLoughlln, 4-2. Douit came right back in tho seventh and kept McLoughlln going back and forth, until only by the hardest kind of play could tho American win, 7-5. The eight game and final one ot the match was wonby MoLoughlln, 4-0, on service and smashing. This gave Mc Loughlln the set, S gomes to 2, and the match, 3 sets to 0. Mo Loughlln's victory made three match victories for America, thus win nlng the series with Australasia,