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THE BEE: OMAHA, FHTDAY, JUNE 27, 1913.
.11 f , Arkaioaisa. t 200 .'M88 of 8001 upland. Umbered, f or.15oa- 8Peak quick. A. Rawlins. Cnllfornln. CAUFOHNIA land excur. every Tue. . W. T. SMITH CO 815 rity Nat. Dank. Ulaantnla 1 ACRKS. 45 miles from Minneapolis; one mllo from town; 120 acres cultivated; balance meadow and pas turn; heavy soil; fair set buildings; one good team horses; two cows, several head of young stock: complete f ct of machinery. chJckens, hog nd everything on th place cvea at HO )r acre, one-half cash. scHWAn ultra I"28 Plymouth Bide. Minneapolis. Minn. JloulanN WE ArtE owners of a large block of Yellowstone County, Montana, farm land and are prepared to offer same on close Prices In tracts of 320 to lO.OW acres. Cor respondence Invited. If interested, pros pective purchasers will be shown the land. Danaher-IIolton Co., 1303 Plymouth Illdp., Minneapolis, Minn. Acbrnaka. A UAItQAIN. Oh the North Loup river, 2,000 acres, best, stock and dairy country In trie state. Abundance of teed and water, grain and alfnlfa. C. B. Shlppen. Purdum, Neb. 1M ACHES at $5 an acre 4800. to actual settler only; must have your filing rights; level land, 8 miles out; rich soil; 1C0 acres broke; all fenced with two wires; small :ar root frame house; on mall route, near school; only $800. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb. AltM TO RENT on a 4-year lease, 3J0 acres, half farm land; half alfalfa. Box 143, Genoa, Neb. Oklahoma. 160 practically level, 120 in cultivation, still adapted to most any crop, $20 per acre, 330, over 300 creek bottom. Alfalfa land, $33 per acre. K00 in Texas, four mfles Oklahoma line, $10 per acre. Alfalfa, cotton and wheat land, low prices. Robert L. Knle. Cordell, Okl. WHaliliiutuii. "PRIZE-WINNER FORTT." 40 acres on Columbia river. Wash. Splendid Improvements, complete equip ment. Finest bearing fruit trees and vineyard. Within one mile of three railroads: easy shipments to four large cities. Buberb model modern ttuit farm; will produce this fall 60,000 boxes prize winning fruit Owners have other Increasing business interests. Address, UZ Columbia building, Spokane. Wash ington. RGAXi ESTATE LOANS. MONEY on hand at lowest rates for loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city property in any amounts. H W. BINDER. S23 City TIntlonal Bank 31dg. MONEY to loan on Omaha homes. No delay. J. II. Mlthen Co., Inc., 921 City National Bank Bide. Douglas 121$. REAL ESTATE LOANS REAL. Jjj&TAXJ:. LOANS In any amounts. W. H. THOMAS, 228 State Bank Bide OMAHA l.-jes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO., 1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2715. LOANS on farms and improved city property, E 6tJ and 6 per cent; no delay. J. II. Dumont & Co.. 1603 Farnam St. WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St. $100 to $10,000 mado promptly. F. D. Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam. GARVIN BROS.ffiA; kiu CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co., "o 310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros. HARRISON & MORTON. 816 Om. Nat WANTED TO BUY Dolgoff id-hand store pays highest prices for furnlturo, clothes, shoes. Web. 1G07. SECONDHAND clothes, shoes; pay best prices. Tel. Tyler HOC BEST prices for furniture. Call D. 7802. WANTED TO RENT A FAMILY of adults desire to lease a modern 9 to 10-room residence, un furnished, in West Farnam not farther than 40th street O 102, Omaha Bee. ' STEAMSHIPS ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIPS. Sail every Saturday to and from NEW YORK LONDONDERRY GLASGOW Ocean passage 7',4 days. Moderate rates. For book of tours, rates, etc., apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS.. Gen. Acts.. I". W. Randolph St. Chicago. OR ANY LOCAL AGENT. LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. X4-e Stock Commission tfexobjuna BYER8 BROS. CO.. Strong, reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co., 222 Exchange Bldg. MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg. Bankers Confer With President Over Currency WASHINGTON, June 28.-Presldent (Wilson had about the cabinet table at the White House tonight the members of the senate committed on banking and currency, democrats and republicans for a general discussion of the currency ques tion. Earlier In the day four members of the American Banker's association called at the White House. The president said after the conference which lasted three hours, that no changes would be made in the administration measure before It was introduced, but that the proposals made by the bankers today would be fully considered after the bill was launched. The bankers urged the Increase of the federal reserve board which under the present plan would be composed wholly of ifven government officials to eleven members, lour of whom would represent tha banks. These four would be chosen by permitting the director of each pf the twelve regional reserve banks to nom inate one man and from the total of .welve the president would be empowered o select four. Tho bankers virtually were In accord n the idea of Increasing the amount of federal reserve treasury notes above i500.00e.000, or placing no limit of the Issue ind retiring the 1112.000,000 of currency now secured by 2 per cent bonds within a period of several years by refunding the J per cent with 3 per cent bonds havjng no connection privilege. Coleridge Trims Randolph, RANDOLPH, Neb., June !. (SpecUl 1 flgram.) Opportune home runs by tcne and Gallagher won for Coleridge -lay. Score; R.H.E. i olerldge , 00100240 39 I Randolph 20100102 06 10 3 Batteries: Coleridge, Hayes and Pinker ton; Randolph, Courtney and Miller. Home runs: Stone. Gallagher". Three-base hit WtiRner Two-base hits- Wagner, Miller Sacrifice hit: Chspman- Stolen bases: Hemblln (2. Wagner (2), Stone m Knlrh' '-'i I'lai'man t2. Strurk out By t ouitney, 4, by Hayes, 8. Umrire Waters. 1 GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Wheat Damage Reports Prove to Have Been Highly Colored. CORN MORE THAN ENERGETIC Rntna Bring About R. Sharp Decline In the Tellurr Cereal nnil the Srlllng Is Lnrjrely Over done While it Is generally conceded that the, spring wheat crop has Buffered deterio ration because of the long drawn out' dry. spell In that country, It may be said without fear of contradiction that; many of tho scattered reports coming from there have been highly colored for a purpose. This Is to be seen every year, nowever. There were many rnorts from th spring wheat country yesterday that were doubt less rarfetchi-d, as they told of losses In certain districts, but which wero denied by more reliable sources. Rains were reported over our own northwest, as well as In the prairie provinces of Canada over Tuesday night and yesterday. There were rains also In Nebraska. Kansas, Missouri and a large part of Illinois. The rains west ot the Mississippi may pos slbly Interfere with thj harvesting of wheat, but they were timely In the northwest Tho lowest prices of the day were reached early in the session and tho selling was by scatered longs as well as by short sellers, on the rains referred to above. While "hedging" sales were small, they were persistent, reflecting an early movement of the new crop. Cash wheat was unchanged. There was more than enough In the condition surrounding the corn market to overbalance the rains in the sections where It was claimed moisture was badly needed. There was a sharp decline nt tho opening, but the selling was largely overdone, and when shorts attempted to even up their position tho corn was not available. Cash corn, ttSHic higher. The oats market was tne leader In strength and activity yesterday and the entire list was quite strong. There Is no doubt much damage has been done which can not be repaired by rntns and on this theory there was heavy buying. Cash oats were Vlc higher. Clearances of wheat and flour were 62,WJ bushels; corn, 2,000 bushels; oaU, 23,000 bushels. The closing prices of Liverpool were: Wheat, Ud lower to Vfcd higher; corn, ttd to MA higher. Prlmury wheate receipts were 677,000 bushel and shipments 428,000 bushel, against receipts or 222,000 bushels and shipments of 2US.000 bushels lot year. Primary corn receipts were 871,000 bushels and shipments 752,000 bushels against receipts of 679.000 bushels and shipments of 365,000 bushels last year. Primary oats receipts were 1.036,000 bushels and shipments, 688,000 bushels against receipts of 635,000 bushels and shipments of 570.000 bushels last year. CARLOT RECEIPTS. Wneat Corn. Oats. Chicago 124 345 265 Minneapolis 143 Duluth 143 Omaha 22 47 II Kansas City, 43 33 4 St Louis 3 75 71 Winnipeg 23 The following cash sales were reported Wheat: . No. 2 hard winter, 1 car. S5c; 1 car, 85c. No. 3 hard winter, 1 car, Soc; car, 84c. No. 4 hard winter, 1 car, S3e; H car, SOc. No grade hard winter, car, 78c. No. 3 mixed, 1 car, 84c. No. 4 spring, 1 car, 80Hc Barley: No. 4, U4 cars, 65c. Oats: Standard, 1 car, 3SV4c. No. 3 white, 2 cars. 38c. No. 4 white, t cars, 37?ic; 1 car, 37&c: l car, 37We. No. 3 mixed, 1H cars, 374c. Corn: No. 2 white, 1 car, 67c. No. 3 white, car, 67c No. 4 white, 1 car, 56c. No. 3 yel low, 14 cars, 66V4c. No. 4 yellow, 2 cars, 66c; 1 car, 55&c; car (damaged), 55V4c. No. 2 mixed, 1 car, 66Hc. No. 3 mixed, 8 cars, 56'4c; 3 cars, 66c No. 4 mixed, 2 cars, 66?c; 1 car, 654c; 1 car, 65c. No grade, 1 car (heating), 53c; 2 cars (hot), 61c. Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard, 85M85V4c; No. 3 hard, 84Qf6c; No. 4 hard. S0gS3c; NO. 3 spring. 82H83c; No. 4 spring, 090Hc: No. 2 dumm, 81g84c; No. 3 durum, 824r83e. Corn: -No. 2 white, 67U57Hc; No. 3 white, S667,ic; No. 4 white, Kyfc&SGc;, No. 2 yellow. 66148) 66ttc: No. 3 yellow, 6CV4c: No. 4 yellow, 65H66c; No. 2, 66Uc; No. 3, KQXISMc; No. 4. 656&Xc: no grade, 60364c. Oats: No. 2 white, 3&KXc; standard, 3SU38Hc; No. 3 white. 373Sc: No. 4 white. 37U33742c. Barley: Malting, 6660c; No. 1 feed. 42 toe. itye: no. z, urKjtsc; no. a, bayc i CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Features of the Trading; and Closlasr Prices on Board of Trade. CHICAGO, June 26. Increasing offers of newly harvested wheat hero and south west today gradually wore the market down. The close, though steady, was o to So under last night. Corn finished at a net advance of 404e: oats were unchanged to He lower, and pro- viBiuua varying irom c aecune to a gain of a shade Kansas City reports that the 1913 crop was being freely sold from the farms broke the monopoly which the South Dakota drought haa had on the attention of the wheat trade. Enlarged purchases of new threshings to arrive soon in Chicago gave the situation southwest timely emphasis. , Nevertheless, July wheat here was rela tively firm on account of fears bv soma dealers that the present small supplies ot contract grade in this city threat ened a little stringency. Advice xrom tne croo experts In the spring wheat country were conflicting. Some dispatches Asserted that because of additional rain, there was now enough moisture for the region as a whole. Other telegrams had it that relief was only in patches, and that growth was going back in dry spots. Cash demand was slack. t'rlmary receipts of wheat -today were 677,000 bushels, as against. 222,000 bush els a year ago. Export clearances of wheat and flour equaled 629,000 bushels. Hot winds In Kansas causing fears of crop losses, brought about a bull turn In corn. Speculators purchased liberally on all the weak spots. Piling up of stocks Of oate here acted as more than an offset for a theory that recent rains came too late to be of great benefit to much of the growing crop of that cereal. In provisions realizing sales by lead ing longs neutralised the effect ot higher prices tor nogs, improved call for cash products failed to help the price of fu tures. Artlclel Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Close.j Tes'y. Wheatl July. Sept pOtiSUTi1 9M46S1 91 91 vimM sou 90 tl Dec. rvt Tf7 93 ?3fl I Corn. July. co 60 eoviOH 60 sept Dec. 61U0H 61T4 siua 58K0TV 881? w-4 Oats. July. 41 IM 2M 40141 41H 40' 41H i2li 20 77H Sept Dec 41T4'tm 3H Pork. July. Sent so es 20.85 20 70 11 15 20 75 20 80 20 60 11 10 11 30 1135 1170 20S7H70 20671460 Lard. July. Sept.' Oct Rib. July. 11 15 11 10 11 10 llSOJItt 110I 11232714 U 2T14 II3740 11 40 II 3214: 11 11 65 11 T2 11 es 11 77ttl 72W75 nl Sept 117J77M U 72-75 Oct.! 11 65 I 11 63 l U 57-COi 11 60 11 60 Chicago Cash Prices 'Wheat: No. t red. 9S09c; No. 8 red, 9&&3c; No. I hard, 921iS314c; No. y hard. 9100214c: No. 1 northern, 9314096c; No. 2 northern! 92064c; No. J northern, 9109214c: No. i spring. 9203cjNo. S spring, 91B2c; No. 4 spring. 0Dle; velvet chaff, 910c; durum, 90096c Corn: No. 2. 1061Kc; No. 2 white, 6162iic: No. 2 yellow 6106KC-. No. 3. Mfi061i4c; No. 3 white. 6162c; No, 3 yellow, 6106114c; No. 4, 5!$!4c: No. 4 whit. 6054061 lie; No. 4 yellow, 5906014c Oats: No. 3 white, 40lVj 4l!c, No. 4. 38c; No. 4 whlteT 14c; standard. 4114012c. Barley: 6O0le. Rye! No. 2, 6214c. Timothy: U7504.7& Clover; Nominal. Pork; 330.85. Lard; I1L10. Ribs: SU.7&312.2S. BUTTER Lower: creameries. 24324 Vic. EGOS Unchanged; receipts, ,15,471 cases. POTATOES Irregular; new, $1.0001.10, receipts, U cars; old, 26030c, recelpu, 12 cars. POULTRY-Allve, easier; hens. 14c; springs. 23c; turkeys, 17c Minneapolis Grain Market, MINNEAPOLIS. June 24 WHEAT July. rrfa'M'. eepiemoer. km, Dtctm- 1 northern, 925itiilic, No. 2 northern, 1HU J NolV4Wuchart Montftn' "WW KLorit- Unchanged. CORN No. 3 yellow. BfT$7HC OATS-No. J white. SftgJSliC FLAX-41.32W JiSo; BARLEY-Unchanged. Corn and Wheat nrglon Bulletin. United States Department of ArHouI. ture. -weather bureau, for Omaha. Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending at 8 a. m., 78th meridian time, Thursday, June 26, 1913: OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS. Temp. Rain Station. High Low. fait Sky. Ashland, Neb.. 91 78 .00 Clear Auburn, Neb... 93 65 .00 Clear Broken Bow.... 93 131 .01) Clear Columbus. Neb. 91 65 .00 Clear CulberUon 92 73 .00 Clear Falrbury, Neb.. 96 es .00 Clear Valrmont, Neb. 94 69 .00 Clear Grand Island... 96 63 .22 Clear Hartlngton .... fS KV .08 Pt. Cloudy Hastings, Neb. 97 6S .06 Pt Cloudy Hcldrege. Neb.. 97 67 .00 Clear Lincoln. Neb.... 96 6S .00 Clear North riatte.. 90 64 .00 PC Cloudy Oakdale, Neb... 84 68 .00 Clear Omaha, Neb.... '."0 6S .00 Pt. Cloudy Tekamah. Neb. 85 70 .00 Clear Valentine 56 60 .(0 Clear Alta, la. 89 67 .01 Clear Carroll. la 84 6S .00 Pt. Cloudy Sibley, Ih 90 C.4 1.27 Clear Sioux City 86 70 .00 Clear Minimum temperature for twelve-hour period -ending at 8 a. m. DISTRICT AVJSRAOES No. of Temp. Rata District Stations. High. Low fall Columbus, 0 18 90 CS .40 Louisville. Ky... 22 92 68 .00 Irdlanapolls 14 90 68 .60 Chicago It 86 70 .80 St. Louis 19 P0 70 .20 Des Moines 22 86 6S .10 Minneapolis 51 82 60 .90 Kansas City .... 26 91 72 .00 Omaha 17 92 6 .20 Tho weather Is slightly warmer gener ally over the corn and wheat region. Rains were quite general over tho north ern portion of the region, and light and widely scattered showers occurred In the southern portion. Rains of one Inch Or niore occurred at the following stations: In South Dakota-Mitchell. 1.00; Yank town, 2.20; Sioux Falls, 1.70. In Mlnne-sota-New Ulm, 1.60; St. Paul, 1.10; Worth lngton, 1.30. L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster Weather Bureau. New York Oeneral Market. NEW YORK, June 26,-SUGAR-Raw, firm; muscovado, 2.86c; centrifugal, 8.380J molasses sugar, 2.61c. Refined, steady. BUTTER Market weak; reoolptB, 13.627 tubs; creamery extras, 2714c; first, 2614 27c; seconds, "J5K&2614c; state dairy, fin est, 261427c; process, extras, 2514a; firsts, 24H26c; imitation creamery, firsts, 24144 25c; factor)', firsts, 2tVWf2oc; packing stock. No. 1, 23c CHEESE Steady; receipts. 1,605 boxes: state, whole milk, fresh white and pale and colored specials. 14c; state, whale milk, fresh -white and palo fancy, 141461414c; skims, 33 11c. EGOS Irregular; receipts. J4.9S3 cases; fresh gathered extras, 22CT24c; extra firsts. 20H2214: rirsts. 1920o; Penn sylvania and nearby hennery whites, as to sizes and quality, 23g26a; western gathered whites, 20023c POULTRY Live, Irregular; chickens. 27c; fowls, 17e; turkeys. 15c Dressed, steady;, fresh killed western chickens, 272$c; fowls, 1601914c: turkeys, 18019c Knnaaa City Grain and Provisions. KANSAS CITY, June 26.-WHEAT-No. 2 hard, 8609114c; No. 3. 8414689140; No. 2 red, 8S93c; No. 3, 85591c. CORN-No. 2 white, lc: No. 3, 6Ofi6014c. OATS-No. 2 white, 41Nlc. Closing prices of futures: WHEAT-July, S4c; September, S14c; December, 8814c. CORN-July, 69HiK)!4c; September, 60c; December, 661405Hc OATS-July. 3914c; September, 41c; December, 42?4c . RYE 58c. HAY Choice timothy, $12.50013.00. BUTTER Creamery, 27c; firsts. 26c; seconds, 25c; packing, 21c EGGS Firsts, 1714c: seconds, 13c POULTRY Hens, 1214013c; roosters, 10c; aucKs, uc; oroners, zua-zc Receipts. Shipments. Wheat bu 43,000 ' 25,000 Corn, bu 33,000 22,000 Oats, bu 4,000 9,000 St. I.oal General Market. ST. LOUIE, June 26,-WHEAT-Cash No. 2 red, 9714c: No. 2 hard. S91tM5Wc. CORN No. 2. 6O140fllc: No. 2 white. 6H4 Otitic. OATS-No. 2, 39140S?4c; No. 2 white. 41c Closing prices: WHEAT July, 87c: September. 88Uc. CORN July. 69Q69!4c; September, 61H UbiSkC OATS-July, 3SKc; September, HSc RYE 61c POULTRY Fl rm ; chicks. 1214c: springs, 21025c; turkeys, 16c; ducks, 11015c; geese, 6llc. BUTTER Steady; creamery, 2214027c EGGS-Hlgher. 16c BRAN Sacked .east track, 96c HAY Unchinged. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbl 6,000 10,000 Wheat, bu , 41,000 37.000 Corn, bu....i 30,000 40,000 Oats, bu 121,000 31,000 Liverpool Grain Market. LIVERPOOL. June 26. WIIEATRiw, steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 9Hd; No. 2, 7s 614d; No. 3. 7s 4d. Futures, steady: July. 7s 614d; October, 7s B14d; December, 7s 2!4d. CORN spot firm; American mixed, new, kiln dried, us 6d; old, 6s; old, via Galveston, 6s 3d; futures, easy; July, La Plata. 4e OUd; September. La Plata, u 10M,d. Htllvrnnkee Grain Market. MILWAUKEE. Wis.. June 36. WHEAT no. i northern. 'Jof3cj No. 2 northern, 3filM14c; No. 2 hard winter, 91092c; July, 9014c: September. Hr90!4c CORN No. yellow, 610ll4o; No. 3 wnue, we; sso. j, umowic; July, GOHc; September. 61ic OATS Standard, 4104114c. RYE-61061HC BARLEY 57066c Peoria Market. PEORIA, June 26. CORN No. 1 white, 61c; No. 2 yellow, 6O0i!ie; No. t yel low, 60c. OATS-No. 3 white. 4154c; standard, Metal Market. NT3W YOHK .Til n m c rtjf.v ?SvJe,S!e?fyi spot to June, caTtlnVMl. ' '"-"V ?iTVTvWSaK,I0i.,S August. $02504175. LEAD Steady; $4.30. SPELTER-8teady; $5X506.15. ANTIMONY Dull; Cookson's $8.7600X0. IRON Quiet and unchanged. London markets closed as follows: COPPT3R Eaav: soot. 64; fulnri pki 7s d. TIN Weak; spot 19S 10s; futures, 199 10s. SPELTER 21. LEAD 20. IRON Cleveland warrants, 54s 6d. Coffee Market. NEW YORK, June 86. COFFEE Futures opened steady at a decline nf 10 to It points under liquidation by some of yesterday's buyers, and prices gradually eased off under scattered sell. Ins, which was supposed to be for both accounts, -xne ciose was steaoy. July, f.30c; September, 9.65c; October, .G3c; December, .7Sc; January. 0.80c: March. if Ac; May. 9.95c . spot coiree. quiet: no. 7 Rio, Sftc; Santos No. 4. 12c Mild, dull: Cordova. l01614c Omaha Hay Market. OMAHA. June 26. HAY No. 1 chnten upland. $8.OO0.IO: No. 2. J7.O0tl8.O0: No. I. ' $5.0004.00; No. 1 choice lowland. KLOOti 7.00; No. 2, $5.0006.00; No. 3, worthless; -No. 1 choice midland. $7,600X00; No. X : $7.0007.60; No. 2. $5.0006.00. No straw on tne market; cnoice wneat straw la quot- I able at $5.CO0.O. Alfalfa, one car on the inarStet, new No. 2; No. 1 choice old. $11X0912.00; No. 2. $8.00010.00; new alfalfa! No. 1 choice. tJ.00010.00; No. 2. $J.W0.OO; ' No. 3. unsalable. Cotton Market. NEW YORK. Juns 26--COTTON-flpot closed quiet; middling uplands. 1t.40c: middling R"!f. 126c Sales. MO bales. Future closed steady. Closing bids; June. 12.03c; July. 12.06c; August. llOSe; Septem ber. 116Sc; October, 11.49c; November. 1111c: De-ember. 11.43c; January. lL4c! February. ILtic; March. 11.65c. LIVERPOOL. June 26. COTTON Spot jjiet and firm- middling fair, V Zc good ordinary, ordinary, w.JSc, sales, 6,000 laMa. NEW YORK J1T0GK MARKET London Cables Higher Range of Prices for American Shares. INTERNATIONAL ISSUES RESPOND Weight ot New Flnanelnst of Market Referred to Another DepreaaliiR Influence U. H. Bonds , Unchanged. NEW YORK, June 26. London cabled higher ranges of prices for American stocks today and when trading began In the home market the International Issue responded with general gains, amounting to a point or more for Union Pacific, St Poul, Canadian Pacific and Amal gamated Copper. Foreign markets were Inclined to sag and traders looked with some suspicion upon the rise of Americans In Indon, which might havo been based, It was thought, upon operations from this side of tho water, London came In with buying orders for perhaps 20,000 shnres, but traders hero wero not willing to follow tho list up. They sold stocks Instead and open ing gains swiftly vanished. Speculative lenders sagged until they wero one or two points below the earlier high prices. The market thereafter was irregular with slow, labored movements and a heavy undertone. Reading, Steel, Smelt ing, New York Central, Beet Sugar and Louisville were depressed a point or moro below yesterday's close. Whllo tho tonlo effect of tho recent riso has not been entirely lost, It wn evi dent that sentiment was becoming more difficult so far as concerned professional operators, whose dealings composed the bulk of business. There was no sign, however, of liquidation such as upset the market a few weeks ago. Bear trad ers based selling on the outbreak of hos tllltles between Bulgaria and Scrvln and the heaviness of foreign markets. Lack of news as to tho form of the Harrtman dissolution plan as agreed upon served to restrict trading. . The weight of new financing of the market was referred to as another de pressing Influence. New Issues ot se curities here this week aggregate ap proximately $35,000,000, Including $11,600,000 of short term notes sold today by the state of Tennessee. Although money Is still pouring Into New York from tho Interior, bank reserves are piling up and the money market nominally Is easier than was tho case a few weeks ago. Tho actual conditions which con front borrowers are shown by the fact that the stato of Tennessee was com pelled to sell Us notes at such a price that they are offered by the under writers to ylold 64 per cent. Bonds yielded all around with St Louts nnd San Francisco Issues showing es pecial heaviness. Total sales, par vnlue, $1,735,000. . , United States bonds were unchanged on call. ... ... Number of sales and leading quotations of stocks today were: ...... Rl1. ItUh. Iw. C1n AranUtmilM Corv" K.3W 4 M't 'i Amrrlrn AKrlonuiMl ... ..... J American nt 8uir.... m SJH U tit-. Am.rln C.a 1.300 SIS, H H Amor1cn Cn pfd 7S J4 Amrlrn a A F W JIH American Cotton Oil.... 200 H V American Ice Betrills 21 American Unictd ? American Locomotlte ...... ,. Amlilc.n p. a n....... 1.200 61 61 i tVi American S. & R. ftA. 100 WT J American EMrar TUflnlnc ..... ..... ..... 107 American Tel. & Ttl.. 200 121V. 111H 12H American Tobacco ..... HJ Anaconda Mining CO... 1O0 M4 !. 8M Atchlvm W'l MVi V4 AtcM.cn vti 200 H H M Atlantic. Cbaat ILna HIT naltlmore & Ohio 200 H MM 'H nethlebera Bteel 400 2 1 27 Prooklyn Rapid Tranalt M0 I4 HH 7 Canadian Tacine i.MO 2171, lt 21'i Central Leather 100 21 21 20ti Cheaapea.e & Ohio.... 4,700 M t2U UM Chicago Oreat Wettern H CM., M. t Bt. T 2,200 10SS 101VI 10JS Chi. 8c N. Vf 100 121 lit mu Colorado Tuel It Iron 24 Consolidated Qli 100 IMVi 1JSH 12H Corn Producta 200 iOM 1DH 10 Delaware a Kudaon 110 Denver & nio Urande.. ..... 16 n. a. n. a. ptd 21 Dlitlllert- Becurltlea U'.i Krle 1.200 24 22 21' Erlle lat ptd 204 2T 27 S4. Erie 2d pfd 100 30 20 S, Oeneral niectrlo 100 NI6U !Mi 1JSH Oieat Northern prd BOO 122i 12214 122 Orrat Northern Ore ctfs COO SI 33 23 Illinois Central 1094 Interboroush-Met 600 15 K'4 lUi Interborough-.ilet. ptd.. t.too M 6114 tOi International Hamster.. 204 1024 103 102M, International-Marine pfd )00 liH U, U' International Paper H International Pomp , ti K. C. gouthern too USl KH 25 Laclede Oaa 9 Lehigh Vallejr 4.000 1(2 151 151U LtulsTllla & KtahTllle. (04 21U 130 130 V., Bt, P. 8. Fte. M. 100 UtM 124U, 12J (.. K. A T 200 2m 20't MV'j lllssouri Pacltl ,. 704 Kit 2i4 2T4 National Dtactitt 100 111 113 111 National Lead it S, tlr. at 11. Id ptd.. 1.200 1 4(4 14 14 New York Central 2,04 tK 7V4 K V.. O. W 200 31H 2l 21 cvr.rfolk & Western .... too jaj J03 10J Atorth American 200 67 64 65 Paetflo -Mall 1 Pennaylranta 3,200 111U 110T4 HOT; reoptea' Oaa 100 107 '107 107Vs fltta.. C. C. ft Bt, L to .'lltaburEti Coal 100 It u Preaaed Steel Car..,,.. 200 2I4 22 22 Pnllman Talaee Car ut neadlng 4.4S40 1IIH 114 lS7t; IteauMIe I. S Itepublle I. & B. pti... 100 T 75 76 (Rock Island Co M4 14 11V4 1IU Itock leland Co. pfd.,.. J00 UM 26U 23 Pt. L. ft a r. M pfd. 100 4? iU 6 Beaboart Air Una ..... ,7W Beaboerd Air Uae pfd. 200 42 42 42 SQoa-hernM B. a I,, 40O 24 jiu. tj Southern JactMa 2. 209 t6 t4 6U Bouthern Railway 1.JO0 jm 2lS Boutham Itallwar pfo. . Tennesaee Copper ,t Texas & F&eine jju Union Pacific 4l,oo jija: mu llnlim radfle pfd 100 t m United Htatea Realtf.. 200 41 64 JU United BUtea Rubber ... tlU United BUtea Rteel ... 44.000 62 62 62U TJnlted States Btel pfd. 2,310 104 loi ,oi Utah Copper too 42 42 Virginia-Carolina Chem. . 600 23 M jm W'abash ,. ,.(.,.., ..... , , wabaah cjd ; ;;; ;JJ Weam MarTland ion S6 lj ts Wertlnghouae Electric 7. ... " Wheeling ft Lake fi. . ; ; "h Total aal for tho dar, 222.W0 aharea. Mew York Money Market. call, steady, lm per cent; ruling rate. 3 per cept; closing bid, 1 per cent; of ST1 at !w?f,r,.cent- Tlme ,0n- "teady; '-'.in , w UUXB 1'mVZ-I per cent; six months. 5Vi06H per cent ' i.awkwn iiau rrrwi-D per cent; eterllnr exchanca eaeler with ao- aa vtaiinnn allJIal Ui ml OoUll for 80 day bills and $4.8670 for demand commercial bills, $4.83. "emana, SILVER Bar. KXUv Ml.n j-h 4Sc. ' ' hBONDS-Ckvernraent, steady; railroad, The doting quotations for bonds wero as follows! U. a rat. 2a reg..I0 K. a fl. ref. ta.. as An ref. f rHTvm. 100 T. 0 .K ...... .... V. . 3a rex 101 u A K. 4T.. tt ".. spob..... . t.. K. ft T. lat 4a o V. S. 4s rag ?! 4a.. ts u 1 coapoo . mo. racinc la .... Pasama 2a ooapoa.lMH do coar U. nu Am. Ait. t h v 5 fxyir.uZ A. T. & T. cr. 4a.. 100 do deb. 4,... . ... JJ2 'An. sow. aa IJ. ft It. Armour ft Oo. B4 er. 2a .... nu AUMaaa gesa. 4a.... J4 N. ft w 1st a. 4a. 12 oo cr. u iinvi a w cr. 4e. 102 do cr. Is No. Pacific 4. il At C. I tat 4a.. WW -do to au, ft 4 O. 4a "i2f. S. I rfd. 4a 11 a fix. aauiVtifi au. ,,.7r Br. xr. cr. a -uo con. 4a M C. at Oa. U 102 neadlnjr irn. 64 Ch. ft O. 4a.. .. J4J4 de gtm. ta ... ... " jt- mu . Hi. 1IU8. I. n n- . If.. C. A. 2a . A. L. adj u. . o. & V ., iu a. jj 1 racina ool. 4a. . I74T ia ga. 4s 21 do cr. 4a . . . kv n u a s V a 4W 101 80 lat e c R. i. & p. !.. najiwar u:.'.:..im3 eo rfg. as .a -ao gen 4a i r a a. r. ft e. 4a tlVVnlon prtn. ,i. S Del. ft Hod. r 4a as n. ta Su D. ft R. a. nt. U.. "Hdo lat, ft r. 4a.l Distillers (a MJJ. B. Itubber tna jr. ilea ,... n. etaei 14 (a aa do gen. 4a Wab. l't ft ' , i. L, III. C, lit r. 4s.... II WeK. Mi. 4a .. . int.-aiei. s - nw. jsi. cv. (a. leu BIO. --oraerao. Treasury tHatenaenJ, WASHINGTON. June 86. The rnnrtHln, of the United States treasury at the be ginning of business today was: Working 1 .lance. $5S.6IS,160; In hanks and Philip. in'ic sitranur, ni.m,u(i, ioiai or general fond $1410411 re4pu yesterday, $, 3.,Ju, disbursements, 12,651,173. The sur plus this rucal year. 1.W,7M, as against a sfrplus of S9.flT7 last year. The figures for receipts, disbursements and surplus exclude Panama canal and publics debt transaction. London Block Market, IiONtON, Juno K. American securities opened higher today, but soon turned easier under realising. The mnrket r. covered In the second hour under the lead of 1'n.lon Pacific and at noon prices were irom 10 imi nisincr man yesiertiay $ New YorK closing. Onsets, moner . 12 U-ltlllnols Central..,. .112 do account... 73 M K. Ik T 114 Amal. Copper... ... 'N V. lntral 101 Atchison JS I'ennnjltsnU 17 Canadian Pa' III. .. Heading 21 Chicago 0. V..,,.. II Southern Pacific... 7 Jt raul IMKl'nlon Pacific 1I0. Penter lllo O. . IT V B. Bteel IPs Brie 11 Wabash 1 do 1st tti HH I'dlcem 11', Orand Trunk , :i,l(and Mines t SILVBU-Hor. quiet at M 13-16d per os. MONKY-3U3H Per cent. , . The rate of discount in the open market for short bills Is IH per cent; for three months' bills, 4 6-16 per cent. Uniik Clearing. OMAHA, Juno W. Hank clearings for today aro &KM.03!i.M and $2.i3.87.63 for tho corresponding day last year. OMAHA tiuXKUAIt MAIIKKT. nt'TTlCn-No. 1, Mb. carton, X8cj No. 1, RO-lb. tubs, 37V4C1 No. 2, FISH-Whlto. frrah, lci trout, fresh, 12c; largo crapples, fresh, Ko: Spanish mackerel, 15o; eel, 17c; haddock, 12o; flounders, 13c; shad roe, per pair, 40o; salmon, fresh, 16c; halibut, fresh, 9a; buffalo, Pc; bullheads, Kc; channel cat fish. lSe; plks, 14c: plokeret, 11c CI I kiosk Imported Swiss. 32c; Ameri can Swiss, Kc; block Swiss, Ilo; twins. ISo; daisies, ISc; triplets, lsci Toung Americas, Wo; bluo labal brick, 1714c; Urn burger, 2-lb., 21c; l-lb J2c; New York white, 2Pc. POULTnr-nroIlers. iSQISo per lb.; lions. Il4c; cooks, 124c, ducktt, IsaritOc; geesr, l?ci. turkeys, 304126c; pigeons, per dot.. 11-20; rosters. Vc; ducks, full festhcred, lOo; geese, full feathered, 13c; squabs, No. L l.W; No. 2, Wc. . I1KKK CUTSNo. X ribs. 17Hc; No. f, lfic; No. I, 154c. No. 1 loins, lfc; No, 1. liHe; No. 3. 17c. No. 1 chucks, IlUc; No. 2. lie; No. s, 10 c. No. 1 rounds, lie; No. 2 HVio; No. 3, 14Hc No. 1 plates, Stfc; No. f, 8c; No, i. 7V,o. The following fruit and vegetable) rrlies aro reported by the auinsky Fruit turn pany: PItUlTS Hood river strawberries, por 21-quart case, $3.60: California red rasp berries, per 24-quart caso. $1.00; California Logan berries, per 24-quart case, $100; California blackberries, por 34-quart case, $3.00; apricots, per 4-basket crates, 11.73; plun;s, per 4-baskot crate. $2.00; peaches, per box, $1.W to $1.7&; Callfornlu black or red cherries, per box, 12.00; California cantaloupes, pony crates, $5.60; California standard, per crate, $4.00; homo grown cherries, per 24-quart case, $2.00; home grown gooseberries, per 24-quart case, $2.25. Oranges, Sunxlst Valenctas, 126, 233 alr.es. per box, $4.00; 150, 176, 200, 218, 2C0 sixes, por box, $6.50; fancy Valencia., 126, 2SS slses, per box, $6.00; Vulenclas, 150 sizes, per box, $5.50; Valenctas, 176, 200. 216, slses, per box, $0.00. Apples, extra tancy Clano. circle brand, per bbl., $5,60; extra fancy Wlnesan, por bbl., $6.60. Evaporated cranberries, carton contain ing 36 paakages, por carton, $1.70, Lemons, extra fancy Sunktst, 300s and JGOs, per box, 20.00; extra choice red ball, 300s and 180, per box, $8.60. VKUKTA11LKS Largs new potatoes, per bu., $1.00; 6-bag lots or moro, per bu., Wo; rural, per bu., GOo; rod river curly Ohio, per bu., Wc. California crystal wax onions, per crate. $1.(0; Texas Bermuda, per crate, $1.00. Fancy Texas tomatoes, per 4-basket crate, $1.00; 6 crate lotfl 9&Ct Beef cuts prices: No. 1 ribs, 17c; No. 1 ribs, lEHo; No. I ribs, isc. No. 1 loins, ISHo; No. 2 loins, 17c; No. i loins, lGUa. No. 1 chucks, lie; No. 2 chucks, lOWo; No. 3 chucks, lOVic No. i rounds. 14Ho; No. 2 rounds, licj. No. 3 rounds, lSUo. No. 1 plates, 6c; No. 2 plates. 7ric; No. 3 plates, 7c MISCELLANEOUS Hod now' potatoes, per hamper, $2.1: California Jumbo celery, per doi $2.00; cider ilott's. per keg. $3.60; cider Nahawka, por keg. $3.2$: asparagus, per doz., 60c; rhubarb, per dox., 30c; onions, per dqa,, 20c; new boets, cat rots, turnips, per doz., Wc; parsley, per dox., 40c; radish, per doz.. 40c; htadle'tuos, per doz., $1.00; homegrown leaf mtuco, per dos., 40c; grrcn peppers, per basket 60c; wax or green beans, per hamper, $4.00; hot house cucumbers, per doz., $10041 2.00; cauliflower, per crate, $160; Venetian garlic Per lb., 12Mc: Texas new cabbage, per lb., 2a; uggplan', per dox., $1.6002)0; horseradish, 2 dot. j'lttles in case, per case, $1.U0; dromedary brand dates, pky $3.00; anchor brand dates, pkg., $2.25; vuUnuts No. 1 .'.t ahull, per lb., 20c; medium pecans, p.r lb., UVio; pecans Jumbo, per lb., joc; giant pecans, Loulil. ana paper shell, jar lb., 20c; filberts, per lb., 16c; Drake almonds, per lb., 16a; paper shell, 18c; Brazils, per lb., 10a; large washed, per lb., 12c; black walnuts, rr lb., 2Hc; raw No. 1 peanuts, per lb., Ctto; jumbo peanuts, per lb., 8a; roast peanuts, per lb, 8H0I shall bark hickory nuts, per lb., 4c; large hickory nuts,, per :b., to; white rice popcorn, por lb., 60; ih3krs, per 100 pkg. caaw, $160; checkers, per 60 pkg. case, $1.75; Leaiia Usrry ooxes, qta., per LOOO. $2.76. ISvapornted Apples nnd Dried Prults NEW YORK. June 88.-BVAIOrU.TEO APPLES-Steady. DUIED KRUITS-rrunes. unsettled. Apricots, quiet but firm. Peaches, firm. llaUtns, quiet. Kniisoa City Live Hlock Market. ICANSAS CITY. June 26. CATTLE itcceipis, z,ow nenn; marKct strong; prime fed steers, $8.40Q.75; dressed beof steers, $7.268.3S; western steers, $6,600 8.40.; southern steers, J5. 758.00; cows, $4.2f07.6; heifers, $6.003.6G; stockers and feeders, $6.75(88,00: bulls, $5.75j7.25j calves, $6.60(3.B0. IIOQS Kecelpts. 6,000 head; market 6G 10c higher: bulk of sales, M.70&8.8J; heavy, $S.C5flS.bO; packers and butchers, $S70.82H; light, $8.7ET8.85; pigs, $7.60tP silEEP AND LAMDS-Hecelpts, 6.000 head: market steady; lambs, $7.00118.00; yearlings, $l.255.25; wethers, $4.60516.23; eives. .O0gG.0O; Blockers and feeders, Chfrairo I.Ira Slock Murkrt. ..CHICAGO, June 26.-HOaS-Ilecnlpts, 21.000 head; market strong nnd toioo higher; bulk of sales, $8.7038.85: light. $8.6Ggs.W; mlxeil, $8.668.00; heavy. $8.35 l.fJS; rough. $$.lrJ8.66: pigs, $6.80.60. CATLE Hecelpts, 6,000 head; market low and generally steady beeves, $7.2019 .00; Texas steers, $0.M33.10; western steers, $7.10QS0; utockers and feeders, $5.7oQ.10; cows and heifers, $3.908.60; Calves. $iX6089.2G, SHEEP AN1 LAMDS-rtecclots. 8.000 head; market strong; nntlve, $6.00136.10; weaseni, o.ou((o.io; yrariings, eS.S&ue.W; lambs, native. $5.8070; western, $6.00 St. Louis Live Slack Market, ST. LOUIS, June 26. CATTLE Re ceipts, 2,300 head: market steady; native hopf ateera. i5.7EiffA.75! nnvu nnH h.ir... $4 6008.60: stockers and feeders, $5,260 7.3S; southern ataars, lo.ZQM.V); cows and licueri, as.omtfo.Du; caiven, u.um4.r0. HOOS Receipts. 8,000 head; market strong; pigs and lights, 37.00SSJS5; mixed and butchers, $8.660.&; good heavy, S. U8.S5. BIIEEP AND LAMBS-rtecelpts. 6,000 head; market steady; native muttons, ilSfftSS1 lfttnbB' V-mMQi spring lambs: $7.261i7.S6. Bt .Joseph Lire Slock Slarket. ST JOSEPH. June 21 CATTLE Re ceipts, 00 head; market strong to lOo higher; steers, T7.Kx28.85: cows and heir. era. $4.ai.85; calves. 15.tCrQf.00. HOOS Recelpta, 11,000 haad: market strong; top, $8.80: bulk, $8.0688.75. SHEEP AND LAMnB-necelpts, 1,600 head; strong to 10c higher; lamb, MM OFFICERS ELECTED BY WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Juna 5g r, J atileetton of Philadelphia for th 1911 mn. rentlon, and the election of officers, -was the only business transact! at th after noon session of the American Waterworks association today. The following officers were elected. Preaidect, Itobert O. Thomas, Lowell, Mass. Vlos president, Qeorgs G. Karl, Now . : loans. Bccretary treasurer will be chosen later by the board of trustees. Persistent Advertising is tbs Road to Big Returns OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET Cattle Very Slow and Ten to Fifteen Cent Lower. H0QS SHOW BUT LITTLE CHANGE Mie-p nnd Lnnilisnf All Kinds In Very Light Supply nnd flood Ueinnnd, trills Price Advnticlna nnpldly. SOUTH OMAHA, Juno 26, 1913. Hecelpts were. cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Official Monday 2.UW t.W VI Official Tuesday 3,151 14,068 2.W4 Official Wednesday .. 4,35) l!,x) 2.. 06 Estimate Thursday.,. $.000 13,0 1,830 Kotir days this wfok.ilTVtt 4T.TM . Same days last week 13,810 ns,2i 10 Same tlaya 1 wks. iiKo.lt.37l 7U ll.Stil Same days 3 wks, ago.U0Cti aOAOl 14,3.3 8amo days 4 wks. ftKo.12,027 I6.5M 18,;21 Samo days last year . 12,017 54,332 U8!e Tl'e following table shows the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha llva stock market for the year to date as compaitxl with last year. 1911 1912. Inc. Dec, Cattle ilfl.twt 120 caJ 1.320 Hogs 1,141,764 1,804,173 962,411 Sheep J17.097 803.V13 23.1S3. ...... The following tuLie miows tho range of prices for lions at South Omaha tor the last tew nays, with comparisons! Date. 11$. 111112.11911. 1910.119tS.l90S.1907. June 13 7 76 6 7X' 8 40 7 7 i ( 3 M June 10 8 60 6 S3 t 36 S 341 J'.HIK 17 .H 4H, 7 16, 4 71 8 21 7 $3 6 631 3 91 June 18 S 3SM 7 23 9 30 7 61 3 67 5 07 June 19 8 41H 7 23 B 91 7633C4K9J June. 10 8 43S 7 85 $90 9 42 66 & 91 June 21 3 H 7 40 6 13 9 40 7 63 5 81 Juno 22 7 46 t 9 17 7 68 5 77 & 91 June 23 8 44U 620 P 16 746 8 96 Juno 21 8 51U 7 46 6 14 0 211 7 40, 5 02 $ 33 June 25 8 63 7 36 9 281 7 131 5 87 J SO July 2tf; 8 62H 7 80 6 12 7 68 6 83 ttt Sunday, SOUTH OMAHA, Juno 23, 1913. Receipts and disposition of Uvo stock at the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha. Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at 8 p. m. yesterday) nncEiiTS-cAns. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'ra C. M. & SL T.. 17 1.. Wabash Railway ..2 3 .. .. Missouri Pacific ..3 3 .. Union Paclflo 18 27 .. .. C. & N, V. east,, 4 18 1 C. A N. W.. west.. 23 52 i C St P., M. & O.. 31 12 O 11. A Q.. east.. 2 C. B. A Q.. west.. 64 60 t 2 C, It. I. & P., cast. .. 12 C R. I. P., west .. 1 .. .. Illinois Central 3 ,. C O. W 1 Total receipts. ...129 205 6 DISPOSITION HEAD. rattle, lines. Shaao. 410 1,719 21 3,331 70S 3,59$ 4.31 3,110 8S 33 .... 21 20 18 16 s 27 16 2 1 343 .... Hwlft & Co 603 464 767 Morrell L. P. Co Mouth Omaha r. Co.. Saint Clair Tlentnn. Vanaant A L.. inn & son V. D. Iwl L. V. Ilu x.. ... l . n n cruivimcr.a wssiti H. F, Hamilton Mo. & Kan. -Calf Co,, Other buyers . Totals MM 1W5 1.780 CATTLE The cattle run was fair again today. 132 cars being reported. This makes the total for the four dnys 13,700 head, being tho largest for a number of weeks back and larger than a year age by 800 head. As has been Die case all week the receipts consisted almost on tirely nf beet steers, many of them cattle of good quality. Tho market was In about as unsatls factory condition as could well be im agined. It was very evident that buyers huvo been getting mors beef steers than they had use for and wero by no means anxious for fresh supplies this morning. The result was that the trade was extremely slow and dull and It was well along toward midday before, enough cat tle had actually changed hands to make It possible to estimate tho condition of the market. Many bids were fully tCc lowor, and although the market was generally quoted only lOQOfa lower, there were cattle that showed considerably more loss than that. Cows and holfcra were extremely slow sellers, the same us beef steers, although receipts of that kind of cattle were light. The fact la the market on cows and .heif ers is being depressed Ely the break on beef steers and they were safely 10Q16c lower again today. There were no stock cattle or feeders of any consequence to maka a market, but the feeling on that kind ot stuff was generally steady. Quotations on cattle Good to choice beef steers, $$.004?3.G0; fair to good beet steers, $7.80178.00; common to fair beef steers, $7.267.80; good to choice heifers, $7.004f7.00; good to choice cows, $6.0057,26; fair to good grades, $6.4006.00: common to fair grades, $17D4jS,40 good to choice stockers and feeders. $5.76ff7.76: fair to good stockors and feeders, lf.2MJ6.76: com mon to fair stockers and feeders, $(.0Mt 0.23; stock cows and heifers, $4.60JJ3.7S; veanciUvea, $7.6ft)j'J.W; bulls, etags, etc. heprctcntatlve sales; DEEP STEERS. Me. At. rr. No. At. IT. 22 ,.im r t 44 ,,,.1111 I 10 I.., Ht 7 40 11 n I 10 4 1021 T 0 II 1112 1 11 20 1041 7 U t ,.1S55 8 IS 25 IMS 7 K 41 im 8 20 4 1000 7 U 40., ltso in ',. ....... ..1100 IH 7 , lt7 10 II ...Illl 7 41 HIT I 20 I ......12M 100 l....,12W 125 II 1082 t 00 12 10 4 II 1144 I 00 14 1411 I IS tl.. ,...1140 1 00 11 1222 IH 21 11M W II 1S4I I ti 24 1211 2 06 U Ull III 12., ,..1000 110 1 1U0 I ftl It 1127 t II 22 1142 M STEERS AND HEIFERS. ............ 7M 1 S 41 Ml I CO ta 7 71 22 171 COWfl. I. .......... I I M 1 1110 Oa 1 2 to 4 00 2 ;t if 1 940 I Ot 1..... DM 1 2 IK) 4 00 4 tOft 4 il 1 720 I 10 1 IKS) 0 24 1 no i a i ue oil 1 1170 1 00 I ,...,.1JM tit 1... IM ft 0 1 120 I ft . 1M2 M 2 tit IM 1 240 ttO 1 ,..,11W M t lew t lo 4 tit i u wiZ i Ta 4 ity) a u 1 20 t 2! 1 :.'t it 1 120 121 2..., MS at! 1 M t 24 I...........1IJ0 M 1.. 1090 8 10 l..,...,..Ut3 IH 1 , 170 t to !.. lift) I 3 2 11U 171 1 .,..104 Ttl 1 W IH 2.,.., U4 J It 1 1010 I 00 .... I II HEIFERS. i ;w w ii (U ig 7 117 I II 1 m j Z I M7 III I ,. m Teo I 120 I 21 1 7M i a 1 744 IN I fjo J n BULLS 1 120 4 Tl ) mo w 1 1040 $71 1 Illl ill 1 MO IM 8,...: WIS in 1 ,...120 IN 1 ,,,, Tw 2 -120 IM 11M f Ml Iy:.:::y:.m ' ,8 u "hAute"' iti i S i Ji w o t n 1 , Ml I tt I ISO II OO 1 2M IN 1 (OO ii J ,1 160 10 00 fi2 i2 '. 120 10O0 t::::::Y.t2 1 wu BTOCKBRS AND TBBDERS. S::::;;;:::;n? t JIOOBA very liberal run howtd up today, something like 202 cars or 18,600 head being reported In. For the wmv t 5.u ul.JK,Jilp,y t00lt up but 7'78 n4. V..ln. btAl hp... S.an a. ... f. . . 6 600 smaller than for the same period last year. W)th a generous run in algbt this morn Ing buyrra started out with tiie avowed Intention ot forcing prices down a few notches. JTor nearly an I tour nothing at all was done sonxj buyer even refusing to make bids- (Speculator bought some tiogs at this time at about sttady prieea. When packers finally mad their .drat offers tuey wer at figure that war a nickel lower than yesterday's best time, or just about steady with the close. These prices were far below th expectations ot the sellers, and they refuaed to talk butlness as long as the buyers continued proposing lower values. Killer buyer bald out for a wfeiie, but after another hour ot Inactivity they mado lomo con- cessions In effort to tilt thr-l" orders, bids being raised till they reached a level that looked Just a shade lower than yes terday's average gome droves wero cashed at this time, but the majority oC the salesmen held out for fully steady money. Things went on In a rather list less fashion, buyers picking up a fel toada now and then, but nil tho time th tono to the market wns strengthening. At 10:30 all or tho killer buyers found tl.emeelvea In need of a fw hogs ta fill out tlwlr droves, and In the effort to get these, values crawled up another notch, this time reaching a fully steady basis. Fully a half of the offerings wero sold nt this time, and, aa the movement on the close was fairly active, everything had been so VI In a short time. The gen eral market can be quoted steady to a shado lower, and tho average of all tho sales Is nearly nttady. Uulk of the sales tended at $8.6098,65, and a tow loads of beat llghta brought tho top price, $8.63. Representative sales: Pa, At. Sn. T. Kb. An Bh. Pt. 41 277 ... 4S ,,.2)1 no afo M 214 ... Ill 17 21S . ICO H. ....104 Iho MS II 242 IM Il2tt M Ill 8 4S. II 249 . I HH II 2U ... I 42 15 16 1W 1 tii 17 270 K I 72 221 110 I J1S tt :l 1.1 111 II., 214 . . !I2( la. ISO ... 141 17.. 24S to I I2H II 21 IM I 4) 81 222 . I 6JH 41 221 ... I tlu 77 Ill 40 I 1214 , an 2 (a m, is ..J3J 10 M ! 1., Ill 10 I ITS I IM I 65 IS 21T ... 147 ..,. ...1 240 III 11 110 ... I IH, 14 210 40 I IS SI.. ,....2 ... I 10 70 142 ID 4 214 ... V 74 211 N IM I,., ....212 ,,. IH 72. .....227 10 I M 72 220 to g 10 IT 2J0 . . I IS II 24 4 I t0 .0.......M4 m III 11 111 ... 110 ,,.. ...244 .. I IS M 2K ... 8 10 72 211 tW IM It 211 10 I 10 II ttl .. I M It, 211 ... I 14 71., Iti . . 8 IS 211 ... I 10 M lit 40 9 IS 71 2H M I Ift 22...... m ... IIS 11 271 ... 110 11... 203 40 I tO 2M ... I to W 207 . . 2 00 II lit 14 I 0 SI 201 190 I 10 W.......2M 10 8 la 101 211 40 I to. "I. .. .Ill ... t 10 74 211 10 I M Tl m 14 IH W...,,..1M 40.110 II.. 241 10 110 44. ,..,..211 19 1(0 M 2H ... I lo ? 207 . I lo 2f 22T 240 III 71. ......212 44 I to II 273 20 I 10 Ml 200 110 II 214 ... I 10 220 200 80 I 1T0 ... I 10 II 224 40 I (O t let ... I SO 4S 117 40 8 IS 14 210 10 I (0 8H15EP Another shortage In the sua- ply here nnd elsewhere had tha effect of giving a higher trend to values at moat all markets this morning, tho Im provement being more marked In tho locul trade. At thin point the meager lecelpts were all disposed of In the first hour on a basis generally steady to 10 15o higher and, In spots, a few head of native spring lambs sold as much aa n quarter batter than on Wednesday. It was practically a lamb market as no sheep ot consequence were among, tha arrivals. Most of the lambs offered were shorn and changed hands quickly at a rango ot $7.2087.60. Five cars or 1,260 head made up tha entire receipts which Is around SQO.ehort of a. week ago, 1,823 short ot two weeks ago and 1.0v0 less than a year ago. For tho week to date the receipts foot up some 8,188 head as against 10,636 during1 tha same time last week, 12,301 tw6 Weeks ago and 13.848 a year ago Trade for the week has been featured by a keen demand for the light receipts, resulting In a general advance ott0B76o In prices over a week ago. Quotations on Sheep and Lambs Lrnnbs, spring, $6.76(38.25: lambs, shorn, $6.33417 ft); yearlings, shorn, $5.00716.25; wethers, shorn, $4.6006.67; owes, shorn. $3.7B7jS.l0; culls, lambs, $i. 00416.25; culls, shetrjv $2.60 04.00. No. Av. rr. 730 33 spring lambs Bt 141 shorn lambs 80 '64 cull ewes , 81 a do 8 25 23 spring lambs . 7 s cull lambs ... CO- 00 1 cull lamb 80; 3 00 Sees Good Prospect; For Dissolution WA8HINOTON. Juno 2.-Attorney General McReynolds nt tho conclusion of n four hours' conference with Robert 8. Lovett, chairman of tha board ?( tho Union Pacific, and Paul D. Cravath, counsel, announced today that -"there were good prospects" ot on agreement, for th dissolution of tha Union Foclfta merger. The new plan of dissolution, llkejiU tho rtcent plans submitted, apes not, cbntem plato disturbing th Southern Pacific's present control of the Central Pacific. Attorney Oeneral McReynotd ha an nounced that ha probably would Institute a suit as a separate proceeding to com pel the separation of the Southern paclflo and Central Pacific, Department ot Justice offlctals worked until lata today upon tho plan, but Vera unable to state definitely just what iTould be the government's policy In the matter. Wreck Kills-Eight; and Injures Score 1. OTTAWA, Ont., June 20. Eight? persona were killed and mors than twenty ln jured this afternoon In a wreck of tho westbound Winnipeg Express pa the Canadian Paclflo railway. The colonists' cars, crowded with Immigrants, skidded, d-iwn the embankment and plunged Ito lh- Ottawa river. In these the eight known victims, four men, three women and a child, met death. Their bodies were recovered and search continued for orber. Of the Injured the condition of m. viral is critical. Victims of Horror May Exceed Fifty BUFFALO, N. T., June tl-With seven teen known to be dead, eighteen missing and a score in hospitals for whose re covery no hope Is entertained, the final total of victims of the fire and explosion that wrecked the big plant of the Husted Milling and Elevating company Tuesday probably will exceed fifty. Nine of tbs sixty token to hospitols died today. Tha police, working with cvmpany offi cial in checking up the list of employes, revised their estimate of twenty-eight inlying, reducing it to eighteen. Jt haa been established that tbeat men Vere in the mill nnd tha police feel certain they perished. . Firemen Tourd ton of -water on tho smoldering ruins all day, and tonight It wrm believed they will havo sufficiently cooled by morning to permit the search. Two bodies are visible JylntT on an ele vated portion, but the intense beat from the debris talked all effort to reach them today. Oulls from the Wire Curtis Qulld. who recently reslmed M post as United States ambassador, at St. rHrburg, waa robbed yesterday qt $1,000 in cash and a letter of credit for -360,000. Jle js staying at a hotel In Purify Deputy Tsauara Aynard, a .progressiva republican, representing Lyons, died and. denly In the French charnner of deputies yatuertuty. mj Doctors attributed Ma deflUl to hnrt failure irom oyerwprk. iiunert ij. rage, i.& croese aoginoer. who placed the stone marking the "boun dary of Utah. Colorado. New Mexico anA Arisen at the only place In AJnerica. wnere tour states meet, is aeaa at 'Wash lngton. Air. Florence E. Hanna of Lox Anrija was elected yesterday at Nashvliu nn. of the vice presidents of the Baraca-Phll- tujucM vraon eon-venuon, a federation which include bunday school pupils and. teacher In mpre than 9,000 cltletu With the filing In San Francisco of an application for a permit -to construes tw cottage, "building applications since tho ii'"-'.: .iSTWA f approxl. uiaicij tw.vw,vw, ma amount 01 sna rlrys- loes of property In that disaster. ' m. T aiu.-aaiaaiaasasaassasisssiisaaal