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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2S, 1013.
15 -J 1 ( Pt SRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Wheat Professionals Place Them selves on the Bear Bide. CASH CORN IS HIGHER IN PRICE Hot Winds In Oklahoma Arc Taken n Signal by Dealers In Yellow Cereal to Boost the Cash Daring. L OMAHA. June 27. WIS. The professionals In wheat, almost to a man, placed themselves on the bear tide of tho market by putting out short lines of considerable size yesterday. Tho talent In this grain continues to move together almost as one man, and the letting by at least two-thirds of the room traders caused the entire rank and file to trail on. Those who wlUlnRly ab sorbed the wheat. In other words, who took the opposite end of tho market, may be called the regular opponents ut the room trading element They have opposed the pit traders from day to day by filling them up with wheat whenever prices have advanced and, by turning around and taking the wheat back at a profit whenever a decline has been In evidence. These conditions have existed in the Chicago wheat market some time past, and while the smaller professionals are always ready to complain of beln unabU to make money aa readliy as thc would like to. It may be said that then Inability to play the market successfully Is because of their Inclination to follow the man who they believe Is correct In his position and Ideas, but who Is wrong nine times out of ten. Cash wheat was Ho higher. During June hlgn temperatures have heretofore been looked upon as beneficial to the growing corn crop. This seems to have changed this year. The strength In the Kansas City and St. Louis markets yesterday on hot winds in Oklahoma was a. signal for buying by the principal longB In Chicago. Cash corn In all markets was higher. One of the largest corn houses in the trade said that tho reports from Oklahoma sin tn riAtcrlnrntlnn hnvn been greatly overdrawn. Cash corn was ittaic nigner. The oats market continues to soar up ward. Cash oats were lc higher. Clearances: Wheat and flour, 403,000 bushels; corn, 41,000 bushels; oats, 8,000 ousneis. Liverpool close; Wheat HHd higher; corn. H0d higher. . Primary wheat receipts were 681.000 ousneis ana shipments 4OS.000 bushels, against receipts of 229.000 bushels and Shipment of 4Ka.00ft hnhl. lout v.nr Primary corn rftcnlnta wrn 7MO0O htmti. els and shipments 528,000 bushels, against receipts ot iis,iw Dusnels and shipments of 870,000 bushels last year. Primary oats receipts were 1,017,000 bushels and shlp me2i? 61 2-000 bushels, against receipts of SS.000 bushels and shipments of 482,000 uuBucii itui year, CARLOT RECEIPTS. Wheat. Corn. Oats Chicago ... Minneapolis 117 140 435 324 .uuiuth Omaha , St. Louts Winnipeg Omaha Cash hflivl Cr.lZ r? e.T.. . .. 144 17 10 214 65 40 13 37 Prices Wheat: No. No. 3 hard. 84iG85Hc: No. 4 hard, 8ie83c: No. 3 spring. 83fiS3ttc: No. 4 spring, 8081o: No. 2 durum. Si& ao; no. s aurum, ijq3JHc. uorn: No. 2 white, 58c; No. 3 white, 6SV435Sic; No. 4 white, S7f58c; No. 2 yellow. Me: No. 3 yellow, 67iff68cj No. 4 yellow, 67a 67Hc: No. 2. 68c; No. 3. 67Sc: No. 4, 66H67c; no grade. 62S66V4C OatB: No, 2 white, 33VJ(S33Hc; standard, 39V4c; No. 3 White, 38S39o: No. 4 white. 38U4T3SV4C. Barley: Malting, 5660c; No. 1 feed, 4245c. Rye: No. 2, 5655Ho; No. 8, The following cash sales were reported Wheat: No. 3 hard winter, 1 car, 85c; 1 car, S5c. No. 4 hard winter, car, 82c Rejected hard winter, 1-3 car, 70c. oats No. 3 white, 7 cars, 39a. No. 4 white, ' cars, 384c Corn: No. 2 white, 1 car, Ktc No. white, l car, wo; i car, E8H& No. Z yellow. 3 cars, 6c No. yellow. 6 cars. C8o: 1 car. 67K& No. mixed, 1 car, tec No. 3 mixed, 1 car, 68c; 2 cars, 67ic; 6 cars, 67V4c. No. 4 mixed, 2 cars, 67e. No grade, l car, rac; cor, 61c Kanui City Grain' and Provision.. KANSAS CITY, June 27. WHEAT No, 2 hard, S691c: No. 3, 8489o; No. 2 red, tnaatnt No. a. 82W!9e. CORN-No. 2 white, 62c; No. 3, 6i 432C OATS-No. 3 white. 4U4t?12c Cloalne Drlcea of futures: WHEAT-Iuly, Uc; September, 83Jc; December, 88STc. . CORN July, SIHc; September. 62Ji6Sa; DMmber. 8841c OATS-July, 4OK04Oo; September. 42 wc; uecemDer, jtwic. RYE-68C HAY-Cholce timothy. 2.60iB13.00. BUTTER Creamery, 27e; firsts, 26c; seconds, 26c; packing, 2ic EGOS Firsts, 17V4c; seconds, 13c POULTRY Hens' 12H13c; roosters, 10c; ducks, I5c: broilers, zotfzc Hilnankte Grain Market. NEW YORK, Juno 27. EVAPORATED APPLES Steady. DRIED FRUITS-Prunes. firm. Anri cots, steady. Peaches, quiet. Raisins, tlrm, Minneapolis Grain Market. MINNEAPOLIS, June 27. WHEAT July, BlffBlVic; September, 93c; December, Wc. Cash: No. 1 hard, Mttc; No. 1 northern, 92K093ci No. 2 northern, 90H RKAIj estate loans. LOANS on farms and Improved city property, 6 64 and S per cent, no delay, J, II. Dumont & Co., 1603 Farnam St. Wanted City Loans Peters Trust Co. . 1622. FARNAM ST. 1100 to $10,000 mado promptly. F. D. Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam. ' A TJn KT TJTjriiO Loan s 3.VX) and up, CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co.. niv-ziz iiranoei. meaiar mar. LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros. HARRISON MORTON. 916 Om. Nat WANTED TO BUY Dolgoff 2d-hand More pays highest prices for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607. BEST prices for furniture. Call D. 7801 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 101, Omaha Bee. STEAMS HTP8 ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIPS. Sail every Saturday to and from NEW YORK LONDONDERRY GLASGOW Ocean passage 74 days. Moderate rates. For book of tours, rates, etc., apply U HENDERSON BROTHERS-, Gen. Asts., 35 W. Randolph Bt. Chicago OR ANY LOCAL AQENT. LIVK STOCK MARKET OF WEST ship live stock to BoutA Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. Llva Stock Commission Jleresvaata BYER8 BROS. & CO.. Strong, reliable. CLIFTON .Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Bldg. "MARTIN BBOa&CO Exchangs Bldg American Telephone & Telegraph Co A dividend of Two Dollars per share will be paid on Tuesday. July 15. 1913, to stockholders of record at the close of business on Monday, June 10. 1911. WM R. DRIVER. Treasurer. 91Sc; No 2 hard. Montana, 90H891HO; J NO. S, 8StHWC FLOUR Unchanged. BRAN Unchanged. CORN No. S yellow, 684090. OATS No. 3 white, 39H40c RYB-No. 1, 64W4360H.C FLAX-Sl.31tn.S84. BARLEY Unohanged. CHICAGO QRAIN AND PROVISIONS Feature, of the Trndlns; and Closing Prices on Hoard of Trade. CHICAGO. June 27.-Surprlslnn official statements that owing to excessive dry ness the condition of Kansas wheat had gone back as much as tfi per cent In the last month put the market today in an upward whirl. There was a nervous close at an advance of Uc to HSio net. Corn showed a gain of 140 to lo over last night and oats a rise of 14o to lc. Provisions finished unchanged to 1240 decline. Trading In wheat ns In other grain reached a volume considered by some to surpass that of any previous day this season. Bullish figures on the Kansas crop were available before the opening and had a powerful effect from the start. it was estimated the yield In that Btatc would not amount tn more than 72.000.000 bushels, whereas speculators of late had been counting on about 90,000,000 bushels. Heavy selling on the part or leaning houses checked the upturn In wheat, but the top prices ot the day wore current within fifteen minutes ot the close. Tho late strength was Influenced by asser tions that rains northwest had railed to appear where most wanted In South Da kota. It was also believed- that the con tinued advances In coarse grain would help the rise In the value of wheat. Total clearances of wheat and flour equalled 403,000 bushels. Primary recotpts of wheat were 6S1.000 bushels: a year ago. 229.000 bushels. Crop dancer from ex" .me heat In Oklahoma and other states produced ex citement among corn dealers, it was said the entire southwest was alarmed over a possible scorching of the fields. Buying orders were so numerous that all reactions proved unimportant. intenso heat and dry weather over the states of largest production were re garded as even more adverse to oats than to corn. Special interest was aroused by the Kansas state report making the crop condition there 49, against 65 a year ago. In the provision crowd the grain bulge was Ignored. Prices went lower with hogs. The futures ranged aa follows Artlclel Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Cloee.i Yea'y Wheat I July.l 90H 91 90 90 90 Sept. 904 914 904 T49i 90 Dec 834J-M4 94 93 93itt 92 Corn. July. 414 62 61S61U 62062 6049 Sept. 624 63 624 634 61 Dec. 69 60 69 604 && Oats. July. 414 42 41 41 40 Sept. 42tf4 43034 424 42 41 Dec. 4346' 44 434 44 42 Pork. I July. 20 75 20 75 20 60 20 65 20 77 Sept 20 60 20 60 20 624 2O65-57 20 60 Lard. July. 11 10 11 10 11 05 11 05-07 11 10 Sept 11 224 11 274 11 22 1135 1127 Oct.. 11 30-32 11 324 H 274 U 30 11 35 Rib. July. 11 65 11 674 11 624 U 674 11 67. Sept 11 724 U 72-75 11 70 11 724 11 75 Oct.. U 67-00 11 60 11 65 U 55-67 11 60 Chicago Cash Prices WHEAT No. 2 red, 93Q96c: No. 3 red, 9093cr No. 2 hard, 924S93a; No. 3 hard, l924c; No. 1' northern. 9344195c: No. 2 northern, 928 94c; No. 3 northern. 91 603c; No. 2 spring, 920934c; No. S spring, 90924c; No. 4 spring, sobsio; velvet cnair, snxaDoc; durum, 916c. Corn: No. 2. 62S624c; No. 2 white, 6363c; No. 2 yellow, 624J 62c; No. 3. 620624c: No. 3 white, 624j 63c; No. 3 yellow, 620624c; No. 4, 6940 61c; No. 4 white. 6040014c: No. 4 yellow, 6940614c Oats: No. 2 white, 42c: No. 3 white, 41041c: No. 4 white, 4040414c; standard, 42042c. Rye: No. 2, 614 62c. Barley: 60065c, Timothy: 33.75 4.76. Clover: Nominal. Pork: 320.70. Ribs: 311.75012.25c Lard: 310.65. BUTTER Weak; creameries, 23c to 2424c BOOB- Unchanged, receipts, J7.365 cases. POULTRY Alive, easier; hens, J4c; springs, 23c; turkeys, 17c. POTATOES Lower: new, 9O0J1.O6, re ceipts, 10 cars; old, 20025c, receipts, 8 cars. Corn and 'Wheat Region Bulletin. United States Department of Agricul ture', weather bureau, for Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending at 8 a. m.. TCth meridian time, Friday, June 27. 1913. OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS. Temn.- Rain- Station. High Low. fall Sky. Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Ashland, Neb.. 98 73 78 78 .00 Auburn 96 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Broken Bow. Columbus ... Culbertson .. Fairbury .... Fairmont .... Orand Island Hartlngton . Hastings .... Hoidrege ..100 .. 95 ,..101 ,.. 98 ,.. 93 ..100 ... 95 ...101 ...101 71 74 71 68 70 70 72 73 75 72 72 75 67 76 70 71 69 67 Lincoln 99 North Platte.. 98 Oakdale 92 95 Omaha Tekamah Valentine .,-.. Alto, Iowa Carroll Clarlnda Sibley 93 91 92 89 , 92 . 90 Sioux City. 92 74' .00 Clear Minimum temperature for twelve-hour period ending at a a. m. DISTRICT AVERAGES No. of -Temp. Rata' District stations. Hign. Low fall. Columbus 18 94 70 72 70 70 72 72 CO 72 73 .00 Louisville 22 96 Indianapolis It 94 Chicago 24 92 St Louis 19 94 Des Moines 22 V0 Minneapolis 61 78 Kansas City .... 26 96 Omaha 17 98 .00 .00 .40 .00 .00 .60 .00 .00 Very warm weather prevails over the entire corn and wheat region, except In the extreme upper Missouri valley, where the temperatures were lowered by general rains. Rains were general In northern Minnesota and the Dakotas, and some heavy rails occurred in nortn uaKota; Amenta has 2.60 Inches: Napoleon, 1.40. and Lisbon, L20. No precipitation occur-. red in otner portions or tne region, ex cept at one station In the Chicago dls trlct L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster Weather Bureau. St. Louis General Market. BT Ty"TTtK Tun. ST WWF1AT On ah No. 2 red. 97&c: No. 2 hard. 83V4S95C. CORN No. 2, 62Vic; No. 2 white. 63U oath no. 2, W! no. I wnue, c, RYE 62c ninslnar nrlrns nt futures: WHEAT-Julv. 87He87ic: September, ssmj8Hc cuiin juiy, Mc; isepiemoer, jc. OATS Julv. 40Kc: SeDtember. 42 Vic. POULTRY Firm! chickens, 12Hci springs, 21c: turkeys. 16c; ducks, 15c; geese, 10c. Euus-uiwer; Liverpool Grain Market. LIVERPOOL. June 27. WHEAT Spot, lrreeular: No. 1 Manitoba, 7s9Hd: No. 2, -7aKUd; No. 3. 7s JHd. Futures, steady: July La 1'iaia, is ya; eepiemoer Plata, 4 HVd. Peoria Market. PEORIA, III.. June 27. CORN No. 2 yellow, 61c OATS Standard. 41Hc- Cotton Market. NEW YORK. Juno 17. COTTON Spot closed quiet; middling uplands, 12.30c; middling gulf. 13.66c. Sales 1.200 bales. Cotton futures closed steady: Closing bids; June, 11.90c; July. 1192c; August 11.94c; September, lL67o; October, 11.46c; "LTviERoVfjun.i27.-C?TN-Bpot. dull and easier; middling fair, 7.33d; good middling, 6.99d: middling, 6.7M; low mid dling, 6.67d good ordinary, 6.13d. Sales 7,000 bales. Drr Goods Market. NEW YORK. June 27 The primary cotton goods market was generally quiet and steady. The only feature of Interest xva m th atradv demand for small quan tities of staple goods for prompt dellv rv Mills are ma well sold ahead on the I goods wanted that a large proportion of ihu business had to be declined. NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET Prices Rise at Opening in Half Hearted Way and Slowly Recede. BUSINESS VOLUME DECREASES Known Movement ot Currency Bar Injr Week Indlcnt that Bank Have Continued to File Un Cash. NEW YORK. June 27 There were few occurrences in today's trading to distin guish the stock market from the narrow and professional affair of the last few days. Stocks rose nt the opening in a half hearted way In response to high prices. .In London, and then slowly foil back. At the end of the session changes In the important issues wero without sig nificance. The volume of business fell off to tho slight proportions of the dull period preceding the recent scvoro-broaK. ' Profession., opinion again appeared to favor the short side of the market and stocks wore ffered on every rally. Tho distinguishing feature f tho day n movements wns tho weakness of New York Central, which sold off 14 to 95. tho lowest slnco 1906. Lacking doflnlte explanation of tho weakness of ,thls stock, traders spoke of possible new financing as a cause of tie movement Reports from Mexico City of a receivership for national railways pf Mexico caused a' drop of seven points In tho first preferred and three In the sec ond. Rumely common and preferred and both Southern railway Issues olso wero heavy. . , Known movements ot currency during (ho week indicated that the banks had continued to pllo up cash. A gain ,in cash for the week of 36,000,000 or more was predicted. Bonds wero depressed with some sharp declines In prominent Issues. Total sales par value 31,110.000. United States 2s, registered, declined 4 on call. Number of sales and leading quotations of stocks today were: BtlPI. nun. ""iT 14 AmtUimtlM Copper.... American Acrlculturu-.. American Det Btr... American Can Amnlcan Can pro American C. A K. ...... AmH.n Cotton Oil... T.iOO 4 u It J 414 4H 11H 84 U 41 it iH 8 4U 11 2 t 83 100 1,700 100 109 American Ice Securities. Arretlcan LlnnMd American uwraw"" American B. A It...?.. American S. J1-. P'a American Sugar TUllnlns American Tel. Tel... American Tobacco Anaconda Mining Co.. Atchlnn j.soo em wk ; : :;::. ..... i wo ivt h 100 314 J" . 700 SJV4 SM4 1.800 100 85 S Atchison pta Atlantic. Coast Line.... 1UVU 100 MV4 MVt "ioo 'ii" 1,700 11SM too sm J.WO MV4 MH 3 17 17 217 Baltimore. Ohio DethKhem Bteel nrnoalrn Rapid TTanalt Canadian 1'acltlo Central Leather Chesapeake & Ohio Sit 11S Chicago ureal Chi.. Mil. A St P.... Chi. A N. W..... Colorado Fuel ft Iron.. 00 10 100 its low lojvt its ltiH XI Consolidated Oas 100 U5V4 nsvi lutt Corn products Delaware Hudson.... ' uo Denver A mo Hranoq... D. A It O. pfd Distillers' Securities ... Etie Erl Jat p(d Krle id Ptd nnai Electric . 100 2,000 600 mi Jos; UVi 21 3714 100 SOX 100 111 1I 1I5H Great NbrUiera pfd sua 11214 111U U1K Srist Northsra Or. ctfs. 1.100 13 U n IlllnoU Central 1M 10JS WJ4 10H Ir.terDorough.Mft. ...... JM UK 14 H m lnterborough-Met. ptd... 1.SO0 66V4 S4 MH international Hanrester. international Marine pfd "Jj International raper .... International rump ... ..." K. C. Southern 00 H "S jSH ihlch" Vaney"i"'at;:i V.400 itU . iUVi M, Tmiixilie & Nashville. ISO 122 20H 29U 110 45 mh" 1 10m 5 M., Bt. P. B. bie. n, ..... M K. T 1.W0 Missouri Pacldo tOOO National Biscuit (ex dir.) ... National Lead 1M 20V4 SO 45H UH W III 20 4SU 11 SOU 10 N. It of M. U ptd.... 2,800 Neir Tork CMtrsi a.aw N. Y.. O. & w w Tftrfolk & Western.., 200 10S North Amerlcsn rscltlQ Mall PenntyWanls People's Gas. , Pitts., C. C. St. Pittsburgh Coal ...... Pressed Steel Car Pullman Palace Car .. Reading: 100 1,(00 1S4 mvi uoh 110s. , 101H 10 UK tiM in 1,100 1S7U 1I6H U7 1,100 lSSi IS 1TH ir.epubllo I. & B nepublio I. a a. pta.. Rock Island Oo 400 UH Rock Island Co. pfd Et. L, & 8. P. 2d pfd. 100 H Seaboard Air Une Seaboard Air Line ptd. 100 41 Sloss-Btietfisld 8. I Southern Pscltle 00 !H Southern Railway I.TDO 21 Southern IUIlwar pfd.. 400 74H Tennenee Copper ...... 100 2SH Tesas A Pacific 100 II Union Pacific SI. 600 14tU Union Pacific ptd 1,400 MH United States Realty United Statea Rubber .. 100 t!K United Elates Steel .... 24.800 11 United Stale Steel ptd. 700 101H Utah Copper 700 41 Virginia-Carolina Cham. 300 234; 'Wabash 100 SH Wabash pfd 200 15H "H " 'iiii to 7JT4 1H II 144T4. 80 Vi "kk MH 102 42 22K 2H T4 HH 15 17 42 24 4T4. 20H 74 28H II 14SH o4 0 CI.H B2 102H 42 I5 2H 9 60H ts 4H western union Wettlnchouse Electric... 200 5SH MH Wheeling & lAke Erie , Total ssles for the day. 114,000 shares. Nevr York Money Mnrket. NEW YORK, June 27. MON EY On call, steady, 19i2 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent; lost loan, 1 per cent; closing bids, K Per cent: offered n.t ,1 per cent. Time loans: Steady; 60 Any 3ft3K per cent: 90 days, 304 per cent; six months, 6S6V4 per cent. PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 6 per cent; sterling exchange, steady with ac tual business In bankers' bills at S4.83 for 60 day bills and I4.S6S0 for demand; com mercial bills. 14.82. SILVER Bar. (&c; Mexican dollars, 48c. BONDS Government, easy; railroad, heavy. Sloslng quotations on bonds were as folows: V. B. ret. 2s nt... WK. C B. r. ts.... tl do ret. coupon. .100 I 8, deb. 4s (till to U. B. ti reg 1MHI & M un. 4s.... do coupon 1MHM.. K. & T. 1st 4s M V. B. 49 reg ..tlttt do gen. 4Hs..,, M do 4s coupon... ...114 Mo. Pacific 4s.... M Panama Is coupon. 10254 do conr. ts., 79U Al.-Ch, 1st ts 44 N. It. of M. 4Hs.. 7 Am. Ag. l , N. Y. C. g. Hs.. 82 A. T. A T. ct. 4s H do deb. 4s MVi Am. Ton. ts lit N. Y.. N. H. & It. Armour & Co. 4Hs.. ! ct. 1(4 75 Atchison gen. 4s.... M N. W. 1st e. 4s 12 do CT. 41 tinoi., ro ao cr. s. ...,.,,,101 riA ev. ts sun. rscinc it 83 I) do Is ., eiH JIHOr. B. U rfdg. 4s 7H MPenn. ct. IHs (ltlt MH MH do con. 4s H 10! Iteadlng gen. 4i. . S1U A. C. U lit 4s,. D. O. 4s do IHs Dr. Tr. c. 4s n f n. ts Central Leather mwii C & O. 4Hs ft St, i. n. r, 1, 4s t Uf & S. F, g. la tt do con. 4Hs 7HBi. u. b. w. con. 4s 714 C. A. IHs tovtB. A. 1 , t,,.t, 70 C B, Q- J. 4s.. JHBo. Pselflc col. 4.. 11 do gen. 4s S do cr. 4s gsj C M it 8 P 0 4Hs ''' 1st ret. 4s.... lH C. TL I. P- e. 4sl4HSp. Ry. ts ......101 do rtg. ts UH 00 gan. 4a 7l C. 8. r a e 4m Union Paclflo 4s..,. n Del. Hud. CT. 4s.. MH Jo CT. s UU D. R O. ref. ts 1st r. UK Dlatllltrs ts t54U. B. Rubber es ..loss; Erie pr. 1. 4s J8 U S, .Steal 2d Is., Ml; do gen. 4s.. M Va.-Car. Ch. ts.. 10 do sc 4s ser. D.. WWab. 1st A 4... III. C. 1st r- 4s. , SO 2 est. Md, 4S....78 int Mer. M. 4H.. JJ(1 3st; K. ct. ts II Int..sMt. 4Hs 74HW1S. Cen. 4s u. Jsosa 4Hs lf. Did. Offered. London Stock Market. L5NDON. June 27. American securntles I opened quiet and steady today. Later the list auvancou uuuer iiie icuu vi. uiuun a'u- clflo and at noon prices were irom to 1V1 above parity. Consols, money n- lllnols Central Ill do account uii-iia., k. a v u Amsl. Copper UHK. T. Central MH AtchUon 7H Psnnsylrsnla I71i Canadian Pacific... 221H South I'acltl I7H Chicago 0. W 11U Union Pscltle 14H gt. Paul 10SHU H. Steel l, Dearer Hla o-... 11 wa&esn v Krle 24K DsDeers 21 H do 1st pfd ii'tJitna siine. ........ i Orand Trunk 24H Bx-oivioena. SILVER Bar. quiet at 2613-lCd per or. MONEY SQ3V4 per cent. The rate- of discount In the open market for short bills Is 404 6-16 per cent; tor three months' bills, 4 6-16 per cent. Imports for Week. NEW YORK, June 27. Imports of mer chandise and dry goods for week ending June 21. 317.036.733. Imports of specie for week ending to day, 3136,141, Sliver; si.ito, gnia, exports, 3S47.930, sliver; 15.000. gold. Treasury Statement. WASHINGTON June 27 The condition pt the United Htates treasury at tne dc ginning of business today was." Working balance, ISO. til. 29. In banks and Philip pine treasury, J5S.toi.7M. Total ot gen eral fund, Jltt.627.748. Receipts yesterday, (43,766,011. Disbursements. JtlSt.Wl. The surplus this fiscal year Is 317,111.886, as against a surplus of 311.997.664 last year. Tho figures tor receipts, disbursements and surplus cxolude Panama canal and publlo debt transactions. IlKl'OIlT OF CL1SAIIING UOUKK Trnnknctlonsi of Aaaoclntetl Ilnnks for the Werk. NHW YORK.. June 27. Brndstroeit's bank clrnrinns renort for the week end ing June 26 shows nn aggregate of 32.917, 957.000. as acalnst tl.2SS.Ktt.0iO Inst week and 32,8sa231,H' In the corresondliig week last year. Following is a list 01 tne cities: CITIES. Amount. Inc. Dec Now York Jl.63S.7Sl.W0! Chicago S0O,797, 12.9 uosion Philadelphia St. Louis Pittsburgh Kansas City......... San Francisco...... 135.W0.00M 15.4 15L92S.WW 7MS4.00M 2.7 10.6 3.6 0.6 "ll.3 I 64.413.000 47,471,000 44,091,000 4.9 .9 Baltimore S7.IHW.00) Clnolnnatl 2S,0O5.000 22.872,0l. 21,417,000 22.9C6.O0O Minneapolis 37.6 Los Angeles......... Cloveland 7.4 3.9 34.3 6.6 Detroit 27.723.000 New Orleans OMAHA 17.410,000 10.3O7.ftX) 12.177,000 13.699.000 11.7 Louisville Milwaukee 2.S "i'.i 'ih'.h 8.8 2.4! Seattle Portland, Ore ll,972.aXI msu.ow 9i4 St. Paul 9.0U,0( Denver S,4S0.tW 8.1O7.O0O Indianapolis 6.9 Lincoln Bloux City Salt Lake City 1.766.0OM 24.0 3.31S.0W 19.W 692,000 6,931,000 4,SH,000 4,31ooo 4.479.aX) 3.69S.000 7.3 Columbus Toledo Duluth Des Molnes 11.9 16.6 6.6 '5.9 Spokane Tacoma Oakland 2.52S.00W 2,5)rfl,O0O 3.088.000 11.7 Peoria Ban Diego 'i'.i 2,282,(XW 22.4 Dayton 3,4),tW 1,692,000 1.421,000 1.700.000 941.0001 19.8 18.0 38.6 '"i'.i sacramomo Cedar Rnpldi Waterloo 6.1 .1 4.8 .9 Springfield. Ill Qulney. III.......... Bloomlngton. III... Ogdcn, Utah 706.000 617.000 649,000 438,000 271.000 7,709.000 7,736.000 3,009.000 1,415,000 Decatur, 111 Jacksonville, Washington St. Joseph.. Wichita .... Topcka ..... 111.. 7.6 11.1 13.6 1.1 10.9 I Boston Block Market. BOSTON, June 27.-Closlne quotations on mining stocks: . uu 4lml, SO 'Mohswk J?7" S fe::::: SSll.V-' $ K K r m: .Pfiffi S3? ..:::::: a rll Ai. 01,1 Donolon 4H 2!2 "naan C. a Bhsnnon '4 9'ro Con. ii.'" il CBnana..M6.1(.,lo pM 7 il IK 41 ,.per"::::jwowSr.n."::::: Miami Copper nstnk Clcnrlntt. nMAlIA Juno 27. Bank clearings for low aw $wSf. and ft785.881.70 for the corresponding day last year. OMAIIA GISJSKUAl. MAttlCUT. BUTTER No. 1. Lib. carton. 2Sc; No. 1. 60-lb. tubs, 27o; No. 2, 26c Ntrki.. tlmu ifit.. trouL fresh. tiS'erTDD Hrih 12o: 'Spanish,. mackerel. 16o: cel. 17c; hadocK. lc. flounders, 12c; shad roe. per pair. 40o, salmon, fresh. 16c; halibut, fresh. 9o, buffalo. 9c:. bullheads, 12c; channel cat fish. 13c: plks. 14c: pickerel. Uc. CHEESE-Imported Swiss, 32c; Ameri can Swiss, 2Cc: block Swiss 24o; twins, .c. ut. trinlpts. 18c: Young AnierlcaB, 19o; blue label brick, 17tto; Urn btirger. 2-lb.. 21c; Lib.. 22c; New York POULTRY Brollors, 333380 per lb.; hen, I6H0; cocks, 12Hc; ducks. 1820c; geese. lsc; turKoys. swa-uc; fy 31.20: rosters. 9c: .ducks, full feathered. 10c: geese, full feathered, 13c; squabs, No. 1, B,BEP CUTS No. 1 ribs. 17V4o; No. 3, 16c: No. 3, 15Hc. No. 1 loins, 19o: No. 2. 17Wc: No. 3. 17c. No. 1 chucks, lU4c; No. 2. lie; No. 3, 10Xc No. 1 rounds, 15c; No. I lVUc: No. 3j lWc No. 1 plates, syio; The fo'l'lowlng' f rult and vegetable prloes are reported by the Ollinsky Fruit im- pa5nTtTTRHnnit river strawberries, per 24-quart case. $3.60: California red rasp bofries. per 24-quart cose. 34.00: Callfona I.OKan nernes, per t-u", California blackberries, per 24-quart case. 33.00: apricots, per i.dmk piunis, per 4-basket crate. 32.00; Pache; per box. $1.60 to 11.70; Ctflfornla . W. ick or red cherries, per box. 82.00 Ca torn a cantaloupes, pony crates, 35.50; California standard, per crate, .w, cherries, per 24-quart coat. 2.00; home Krown gooseberries, per 24-quart case. 32.25. Oranges. Bunitlst yaiencms. io. sues, per oox, uv, - ---- 250 s Ues, per box. 36.60: fancy Va enc as, 123. 288 sizes, per box. 36.00; ValencUs. 150 sires, per box. 35.60; Valenclas 176. 200, 215; sizes, per box. 36.00. Appiw. extra fancy Qano. circle brand, per bbl.. 35.60; extra fancy Wlnesap. por bbl.. 16.60. Evaporated cranberries, carton contain ing 30 packages, per carton. 32.70. Lemons, extra fancy Sunklst. 800s and 3G0s, per box, J9.00: extra choice red ball, 800s and 360, per box. 38.60. VEGETABLES Large now potatoes, per bu.. 11.00: 5-bag lots or more, per fau., 90o: rural, per bu.. COc; red river early Ohio, per bu.. 60c. California crystal wax onions, per crato. $1.60; Texas Bern"", per crate. $1.00. Fancy Texas tomatoes, per 4-basket crate, $1.00. 6- CBeef 'cuts price.: No. 1 ribs. 17c: No. 2 ribs 15V4c; No. 3 ribs, 16c No. 1 loins. SSiZ j loins. 17c No. 1 1 loins, lOVic. No. 1 chucks. Uc; No. 2 chucks, 10Hc No. 3 chucks. lOVic. No. 1 rounds. 14Ue; t." v Mimiii. 14a i No. 3 rounds. 130. No! 1 plates, 8c; No. 2 plates, 7V4c; No. 3 P MiesCELINEOUS-Red new potato-t. cllcryl Per do 2: cider Motfs. per kec a 60: cider Nohawka. per keg. 33.2J: asoiragus. per doz., 60c; rhubarb, per Anlnns. tier doz.. 20c: new boets. carrots, turnips, per doz., C0o; Pn"ley. per doz 4o!c; radish, per doz.. 40c; headleituos. per doz.. 40c; green peppers, per baskat toe- wax or green p, vr nani.iei, 14.00: not nouw tuvuii,-..., "rf U: cauliflower, per crate. $160; Venetian lb..P2c; eggpSn. peT df." tUOaSM. r-'.:",i.h dot j-ittles in caae. rcr cose, $1.90: dromedary brand dates, pkg.. liOO: anchor brand dates, pkg.. $2.3; walnuts No. 1 Will amen, per 10., xw; nMsnc. o-r lb.. UMa: pecans lumbo Der lb., ioc; giant pecans, Loulsl. ana papr she 1, pur lb.. o: fllberU, lt lb . 16c; Drake almonds, per lb.. Wo; paper washed, per lb.. 12c; black walnut. rr iiTi. ,or No. 1 Deanuts. Per lb.. C4o; Sumbo peanuU. per lb.. 8c; roast peanuts, per lb. 8H0S shell bark hlokory nuts, per wmte nee uhvx. ' , per 100 Pkg. case. 3160; checkers, ner 60 pkg. casi. $176j Ixall Berry coxes. Qts.. per LO00. $2.76. . Metal Market. NPTW YORK. June il.-Me.iAui- T.n. .I ,-.not iis.87: June. i-MiiSr' July and "August; '$14,000. 14 25- electrolytic $14.7616.00; lake, $14.87 S&UrIZlJ til 87. Tin: Weak: ipo't 'and June. $42.C&S42.86; July and .'...... miA!MiiK Tnd: Steady. $4.30 Q4.87V4- Spelter: Steady. W-g6-& An": rnony: Dull; Cookson's, $8.75Q9.00. Iron: LONDON. Juno 27.-METALB-Copper; Easy" spot. 63 lis d; future.. 63 Up 3d Tln:Easy; Bpot. 184; future., 195. Spenter, 19 6. Iron: Cleveland warrants, WSTM'LOUlS. June 27.-MOTAL8-Load, quiet; $1.26. Spelter, firm; $5.lftae.S0. ISraporateii Apple, and Dried Fruits MILWAUKEE, Wis.. June 27.-WIIEAT No. 1 northern. 96H4J96Ho; No. 2 north ern, fitatco; No. 2 hard winter, 903lc; July, WHc, September. 91c. CORN-No. 3 yellow, t8024c; No. 3 white, 62Hc, No, 3, 6W302c; July. tUViC September, 6Sc. OAT8-42UC RYE-6Hic , ' - - UAltLKV - C32c, OMAIIA LIYEJTOCK MARKET Cattle Receipts Very Light and Prices Unchanged Since Thursday. HOGS BIG FIVE CENTS LOWER Sheep Contlnne Steady While I.ntnba Arc Fifteen to Twenty-Five Cents Iiorrrr Than 'tho Dny Before. SOUTH OMAHA, June 27", 1913. Receipts were; rrattle. Hogs. Sheep. Official Monday 2.926 8.130 34 Official Tuesday 3.4H 14.0M 2,094 Offlolal Wednesday .. 4.3 13,000 2.706 Official Thursday. 2.K18 15.6f 1.793 Ustimato Friday 150 11.300 3.000 Five days this wcek,i3,ocs Same dajn last week, 13,167 Sftlue.dny 2 w'ks ngo..li.9'J6 Siyno day 8 w'ks ago.. 13,631 Sinio day 4 w-'ks ngo, .12,171 Same day lasf-ywir,... 14,164 69,078 40,013 34.693 63,243 65.132 C6,3C6 9,987 11.163 15.3S5 16.924 19,60(1 14.6H The fnllnwfns- tnhlo arinwa Hie receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep nt South Omaha live siock market for the year 10 outs as compared with last year. . 1913. 1911. Inc Dec" CatUo 419.631 422,700 ...... . J.l Hogs ,.1.453,044 1,818,519 565,475 Sheep ,. 920,640 896,226 24,416 The following! table sfiows tho rfcnge ot prices for hogs at South Omaha tor tho last few days, with comparisons: Date. I 1913. 1912. 19lfr19i0.l!X)9.t9O8,19O7l Juno June June Juno June June June Juno June 161 . 7 76 8 78' 9 40 7 57 6 MM 6 S4 S91 6 07 & 93 6 91 6 88 6 91 5 83 6 84 0 39 5 83 8 60 6 86 9 38 9 21 661 (64 S 40U' 3 23 8 41V4 7 16 7 23 171 s 6 92 7 61 5 63 6 57 6 C4 7 61 7 2) 7 63 8 49a 7 35 7 40 6 90 6 11 9 42 6 00 6 4SHJ 9 40 7 63 7 46 1 6 23 9 17 15 7 6S 577 6 86 8 44U 6 20 7 45 Juno 24 June 26 8 M 7 8 63 8 62i 7 461 6 14 9 21 7 401 6 92 5 87 7 36 7 30 26 7 7 681 July 26 6 12 6 83 June 271 8.46U) 7 801 6 l 9 13) 6 86 'Sunday. live efock vanii. flnuth Omaha. Neb., for twenty-four hour ending at 3 p. m. es 5uij,1JjpTSrARS. Cattle liogs. Sheep. 11 r a. C M. & Bt. P ; 10 Wabash Railroad ..2 2 .. .. Union Pacific 1 s C & N. W., east,. 1 5 .. .. C. & N. w., west., t s .. 1 C. St. P., M. & O,. 1 8 U. 1. VJ.i oast i C, n. & Q., west.... 1 27 J 3 C, it. 1. & P., east.. 1 13 1 C, R. 1. & P.. west. .. 2 .. .. Illinois uentrai T " c. a. w.. . 1 Total receipts.... 7 116 12 DISPOSITION HEAD. Cattle. Hogs. Bheon. MorrlB & Co 1 1,439 3,311 8,074 4,071 259 1,541 Swift & Co i Cudahy Packing Co.... 128 Armour & Co 9 Schwartz & CO J. W. Murphy 400 Swift-Courtney Benton vansant et u.. f Hill & Son.......... 21 Mo. & Kan.-Calf Co.... 16 Other Buyers nv,.l COO 12,699 2,276 m .7nnst n ni -( rnrn nf CattlO WCrO reported lr7 the yard, this morning, but therowere In the neighborhood of ijtteeii nirii carried over irom considering that it was a vn? t,.1 was u. creat n onty of cattle In Blent. "St BoWSia?T TKt U.1. morning !? I"r. .r-.i.. .nnutrh tn be worth con- Most o the"cittl. carried ovyr IZ tyhee8yerb.dy oT"& 6yer?tr.rdt still thS feeling on the market c ,vas only steady and none was O'lSocrs are lilirhor For the week beef steers are genially 25C lower, taking the market on a,Cowserand heifers were very .carcc ujnd the feeling about "toady. lttVh.yba.t cows are around o lower. jh the bojt light heifers on tho yearling order show. ng coinparatlvoly have also been about "'LSS.fv' Snd calves liave bown comparatively l.ttle change, tho best still oelllng up as lilgtt aa iu. ... tAon worm - j mHr. foV !.: rsthat there has been very llttlo cattle 01 vui4u.....-.. - Quotations 'on im-uv" r ciii beef .uers, $8.OO3.60; fair to good beef teers. 37.804r8.00; common to fair beef Ieci Si sn. rnnA o 10 co heifers. $7 0W.90 '(WOd to choice cows, $6.00tt7.; si.vwui.ov, t jv no; common to fair Brad"e: Voo to choice Blockers T and feeders, $6.75ia7.75; fair to $SSa I Stookere and fevers. t6.t5Q6.7SS com. nion to fair Blockers an?l,'!!leL,,B0fi 8 25: Btock cows and heifers, $46026.781 veal caives, . $6.0OS7.6a mnasam. Ho. At. rr. 1065 7 tO 1J44 T W 1010 T T5 Utt 1 10 10S0 T to 10J0 T 10 1221 T W 1IT7 7 15 no. at. rr. 2 40 UH T u 14 12M t 00 1 1212 100 II II...., 42...., 21... IT.... II.... II.... 40.... tl.... ! I OS 1ITI I 10 1210 t 10 1169 I II 1165 1 It T20 SW iio e oo 1010 I 00 140 00 ;o 2t 1030 20 M0 4 15 1IM I tt ..... 123 10 M T6 2...., 20..,. 1.... 1.... COWB. too I tt tto t es 1. 1. 10 I tt ...... 9tV . vw .1090 4 6S l 110 4 Tl 1 IT0 4 Tl 2,, 10W I 00 1 1000 t IS 1 MO I tO ta t to HEIFERS. . ISO t 00 1 1040 ( to , tot it i no t oo l.. I.... 1.... 1.... 1.... 1.... I.... 1.... I..,. 2.... .llM 00 1..,. , tiO t 00 1'.... .1200 t 24 1 CALVES, , 1J I 00 1.... , 2T2 t M 1.... . 2S0 T 2S 1.... , 2M T Tt .... .2110 T Tl 1, 1210 t IS ....lttO IS ,...imo t es 110 t 26 ..... no to 160 a Tl 141 I Tt .... loo io oo 1.. ..A a "rtyu'KTCIIH AND FEEDERS. , 141 T 10 I Ml I 15 HOGS With a very fair Friday run In Bight and reports from other markets pointing to lower prices, the local trade opened out slow, and early prospects were that value, would be some lower. Some sales made to shippers during the early rounds looked to be anywhere from nearly steady to 6o lower, Packers' early bid. .howed a big 5c and In extreme cases a 6010a decline. It was rather late before much of anything was done and when traders finally came to- an agree ment on values the prices paid wero just about the same as the figures proposed earlier in the day. Bulk of the offerings moved at a big nickel decline. Com parison, for the last couple of days have been rather uncertain, a. the market closed very late and the last hogs sold, which showed the lowest spot In the trade, wero not welgheLjip in time to be figured In the' average, for the day, Tuklng yesterday's closing sales Into con sideration, the average of the sales Is not muoh over 6o lower. It might be mentioned here that there wa. a larger .,.-k- nt imirs sold on the extreme late market Thursday than was supposed at that time, nnu u i to quote thOBo last sales the average !a i,.v. len weakened considerably. The most of today's offerings sold at 38.40tfI8.60 and best light, brought a. high .rttv and It wu. well along In tho forenoon before the last sales were mode. Receipts amounted to about 167 cars. i h.iui. and the total for the five days amounts to 6B.078. This Is 13.000 larger than for the same day. last week, but is over 7,000 short of the supply for the corresponums f " ' it a. . rr. he. 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I tl 2IT 40 I 41 T7 10 ... IU , .345 JO I (S ' I. ..SOO ... t0 tl .264 ... I 4t 8HEEP Morn sheen nnd lambs Were In sight this morning than on any pre vious da of tho week, the run being nnerai tor a Friday, eonipnrert wun a week ngo, and tho same tiny last year; Halt or the rcfln I wero vtslcrn SIOOK. made up principally, ft lumtis from Idaho nun 0110 or iwu rniiiiiciuH ui ffumn. from Montana tind a ouple of cars of 2-year-old Oregon wethers. Tho re mainder of I tin aunnlv Wuro lnmbit from the cornbelt. Including a load of Califor nia springers ion at a neroy siniion. Steady tn IMrXo lower would about cover tho goneral situation, the decllna oeiliR chlpflv on both shorn ana SDlina lnmbs. The depressing Influence was due to 1110 rooiI sunniy tor tne enu 01 me week, n inn lilivxra cv Trior a are more 01 loss limiiHii nnd nnrtiv 10 ins ncarum advices received from nearly all the lead lng live stock centers. Buyers and sellers were very slow In getting together a. to uncos, which resulted in a line clearance The Idaho springers, consisting ot about lour cars, brouaht 17.75. with a Heavy sort. Included In the Idaho consignment were some yenrllnira thnt solrt at lu.w In tho nurd sheen division, two cars ot 2-year-old wether, moved at $6.60. Aside irom mesa low sales no other transao lions were mado until nearly noon, Quotations on Sheep and Lambs- Lambs, spring. $.6OS?8.00; lambs, shorn, $6.25iS7.60; yearlings, shorn. $S.Otr6.25 wethers, shorn. $4.60(36.76: ewes, shorn. $3.76436.10; culls. Iambs, $4.0006.60; culls, sheen. $iflfl.00. 137 Idaho ylg. ewea and weths. 91 66 66 8 Oil 7 75 5 60 6 60 4 00 6 60 112S Idaho lamb. .am uuu laiiioa D3 Oregon wether. ... 01 cull wethers ... 84 103 shorn lamb. .... 87 KnnBRsj City Live (Hock Market KANSAS CITY. June 27. CATTLE Re ceipts, 2.000 head, niarkot steady; prima xea steers, ta.40djs.7B; dressed licet steers, 27.2.V08.36; wostern steers, $6.600ti,40: south ern steers. I5.75O.S.00: cows, ll.40jn.25: ..,.!?.-.. e lwuo ,,. n .1 r.. ...... 1 1 a, .u,MtD.iM o,uvii, 1 a utiu .wuvib. o.u.w; ouiis, 40.Tbtr7.ra; calves, o.ou CT9.60. liuas Receipts, 6,000 head; market co lower; bulk. $8.650870; heavy. 8.72H: Packers and butchers, $8,C6fl llKht. 28.70dT8.7fi! nlars. 17 MAS 25. $S.0Ofl SHEB1 AND LAMBS-Hccctpts. 3.000 head; mnrket steady to 10c lower; lambs i.uiiff.w; yearlings, .liu.iw; weincrs i4.Wi6.2C: owes, $4.0006.00; stocker. nut feeders, $J.00dN.C0. ' Chicago Live Stock Mnrket. v ii,i.ui, uuiio 1. 1.A1 a a.E. iiotciiiiB, 1.600 head; market steady: beeves, $7.20 tro.oo; Texan steors, $0.9008.10; western, $7.1003.20; Btockau and . feeders, $5.76 x.iu: cows nnd Iiclters, $3.wu.ro; caives, 10.507lll.2r,. HOas Receipts, 10,000 head; market slow to 5o lower; bulk, fVCtfS.75; light w.6mt.so: mixed, 3s.wx4js.fw; nenvy, s. B WMl ir. tU WVTJ O.K. nU. tit 7Kfi tSI SIIEKP AND LAMU8-hecolpts, 16,000 head; market weak to lOJJCSo lower; na tive, $4.8086.110: western, $5.10fl0.00; y.inr- unKs, a.iwiiu.iu; lamos, native, n.iwcii'i.tu western, ta.wirj.ou; spring. to.uuvts.w. St. Lotila Live, Stook Mnrket. BT. LOUIS, Mo., Juno 27. CATTLfi iteceipia i,&w neaa; marxet, stcauy; na, tlve beef steers. $5.76418.761 cows and belt ers, $4.60138.60; stookers nnd feeders, 36.2G W7.73; southern steers, $e.li8.&0; cow. and lienors, t4.zi(6.bo; caives, to.wjjv.w. HOGS Recelnts 8.500 head: market lower; hIbb and lights. 37.2508.85: mlxod nnd butchers. $8.76fiS.86: Kood heavy. $8.75 08.85. 81IHBP AND LAMBS Receipts, 6,600 nean; marxet, steady; native muttons, M.tvrfG.OO;. lambs, $5.00g6.0Q; spring lambs, 41.20 V7.B0. Bt. Joseph Live Stook Jllprket. ST. JOSEPH. Juno 27. CATTLE -Tin Celpts, 160 head; steers, $7.60tf8 75j cow. ami neirers, 4.ii8..i0i calves, ts.wnre.oa 5c lower; top, $8.76; bulk of sales, $3.0047 8.7a BHEEP AND LAMBB-Recetpts, 1,600 neaa; marxct loc lower; iambs, $6.60u.oo. Coffee Market. NEW YORK. June 27 -COFFEE Fu ture. opened steady at an advance of i to 11 point. n response to bettor cables than expected and continued steadiness In the primary markets. Thcro was local selling around the initial figures and prices eased off three or four point, from tne ue.t, out uie martini xirmcu up again later on continued covering, European buying nnd reports ot a stendy cost and freight situation. The closo wa. steady, July, 9.44c: September, 9.71c; October, 9.77c; December, 9.89c; January, P.94cj March, 10.01c; May, 10.08c, Sorted, steady, itio 7., iTac: nanioB is, izc; num. quiet Cordova, lJ7flBc, nominal, Business Men Will Assist Interurban Promoters of the Omaha-St. Joseph In terurban railway were informed by the passenger transportation committee the Commercial club yesterday afternoon that If they would place their plans on working basl., secure their righU-of-way, renew options and compute the surveys, Omaha business men would "see them through." W. J, Dobb. reported that $25,000 would carry the road through to a position where an English syndicate would take It and build the line. Ho said that $8,000 was all that wa. immediately necessary. This amount, he wa. told, should gottch from farmer, and property own. ers south of Council Bluff., the value of whose land would bo enhanced by the road, And should be expended on putting the proposition on a workable basis. The passenger transportation committee let it be known that Omaha wa. thor oughly in sympathy with tho work, but the promoters mutt complete their pre llmlnary plans. T. P. Redmond, chair man of the committee, .aid there were many other such proposition, for Inter urban, and the Commercial club would not show favoritism. Retired Grain Broker Dead of Apoplexy Frank II. Plerion, retired grain broker, succumbed last night to an attack apoplexy which he sustained earlier the week while at the Paxton hotel. Mr. Plerson had Just returned to Omaha from a visit to hla sister, Mr. C. W, Runkel. of Fonda, N. Y., where he wa. accus tomed to visit rather frequently. He ar rived in Omaha Tuesday morning and wa. stricken the same evening. Death came at the Wise Memorial hospital. Mr. Plerson was 65 year, of age. one time he conducted a string of grain brokerage house, over Nebraska. Hi. headquarter, for a long time were at Lincoln. Of recent year, he spent much time in travel, visiting Florida and Texas each winter, A cousin, Mr. Smith lives at St. Edward. He was unmarried Perilstent Advertising 1 the Road to Big Returns- LIMIT PUBLICSERYICE RATES Maximum Charges for Gas, Watei and Electricity Fixed by Charter. EXCISE BOARD CHAPTER READY Conncll Will llnve rower to Con tract vvltli Pnlillo Servlco Cor porntlons for Lower Rntee Thnn the Mnxltnnm.' A maximum charge for gas, water and electricity will be fixed by the city charter writers at figures now below the mini mum charges. The general cimmlttce o the convention, reporting. on tho financial nnd excise board chapters, recommendod the following maximum charge:' Water, S cents per 1,000 gallons; gaa,.$l: per 1,000 cUblo foet; electricity, 11 cehta perkllowatt hour. '. : i ' This Is a reduction of 10 .cents on water. 15 cents on gna and 1 cent on electricity. These are tho maximum charges wo will fix," said Victor Rosfcwatcr. chalri man. of tho convention and'of, ttys gen rai. committee. ino council win. navo power to contract with tho publlo servlco corporations for even lowor rates." If tho charges aro -not paid within ten days tho companies aro given tho right to chnrgo a 10 per( cont collccMpn fee, f Franchise Tenure Limited. A twehty-onc-yenr limit Is placed orv nil tranchlHcs and a contract for rntca.'usi extending over more than ten years can.in ndt be entered into between tho council. nnd any publlo service corporation, Cor- 'O poratlons aro required to pay a royalty receipt, or else to divide with the city tbelr not profits, halt ot such profit going to the city. ( In casa tho plant of any publlo services corporation is purchased by the -city thot tranchiso vatuo must be cut out ot tho purchaso price. A city planning committee of five la ctcated, to serve a. an advisory board1"' without salary, ono member to go ou4 of office each year. , " Tho chapter on finances reported by the general committee ' continue. th financial system of the city upon prao4 Ucally tho name basis. Jl Debt Limit Enlnrired. This chapter enlarge, tho maximum! js debt limit by $800,000, Increasing it tOci.4 $3,600,000. After' 1916 the several city funds t are to bo Incroased 6 per cont per year, 'ttt City commissioners are given authority n to divide the funds into maximum "J amount, for each department, the funds 's of departments being in certatn instances ' consolidated. In case ot error a re-levy can be made. The .alary of the county treasurer Is Increased to $4,600 a year, the county paying $3,000 and the city $1,600. The city, now poya $1,000 to(ward the. salary ot tho. jit county trcasuror, who 1. ex officio city Measurer, as well aa tho treasuror ot thai school district , A sinking fund for surplus balance. Id s created. s, Heads of departments will take no col- J lection chances, but all fund, may be) drawn upon to tho maximum regardless -j ot tax receipt.. Any deficiency I. mad a 1 up out of the miscellaneous fund. An emergency fund I. created. The city treasurer is Invested with, power to purchase warrant, against lm-t provemont district, without waiting tor r4 the taxes for such Improvement to bo ' H collected. Hitherto contractor, have held, n theso warrant, nt 7 per cent interest llovv slant! May II o Is.ned. City commissioner, may Issue bonds for Improvements without first submitting ' the same to a vote of tho people. This power it restricted. Bond, in tho sum ot , $160,000 for sower, and $50,000 for parka may he so .Issued. Any amount ot bonds, desired may be Issued if put to a vote, , , providing the maximum debt limit is not exceeded, All bond, voted prior to a year beforo tho charter 1. adopted and which hava not been Issued aro rescinded. The chapter of tho charter on tho 18 duties of tho exctso board provides that the number ot saloons bo limited to 240, the present number, until after the census ot 1920, when they may bo Increased one to every 1,000 Inercnae in population. r Licenses for saloons on any but ground , floor, muy not he granted. No license e to operate a saloon west ot Twenty- ' fourth street shall bo granted. Druggist, will be required to keep a y record ot liquor bought and sold, showing from whom it 1. purchased and to whom , It is dispensed, This chapter ot the charter was laid, a over, along with tho chapter on finances. until the next meeting ot the board, which will be Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Members will be furnished copies , n the meantime. Police Court Chapter Adopted. Thp chaptor 6n nollco court procedure) " was adopted, Member Horrigan reserving the right to offer an amendment to ona 1 section. An amendment providing that the police judge be on the bench every week day, regardless ot holidays, was killed. Two week, remain in which tho charter - writers may work, their time expiring at the end of that period. Chairman Rosewater Bald an effort had been made to make the charter brief, but that it F , would be a voluminous document In .pita ti of these effort.. -t Church Doesn't 1 Get Enough Real Sinners in Its Net "Our churches aro becoming too respectable. Instead of eeektng &n3 sheltering tho wicked and sinners, our churches aro preserving the preserved," This statement wa. .hot by Dr. Robert (Patterson of Belfast, Ireland, at some 600 men and women, gathered at the University ot Omaha last night where the Omaha Summer School of Missions It being held this week. Dr. Patterson did not make the featuro ot hi. address an attack on the churches, but spoke on "Catch-My-Pal; or, Good 8qmaritanshlp In Temperance Work." He wa. in the midst of an interesting talk op how he had converted some thousand person, when he .aid: "The churche. and their workers are not golnt, out onto the highways and bringing in the lo.t, but are catering to the wishes of the staunch members of the church who are big person., finan cially and other ways. They are gqlnff out and bringing In the ntnety-nlne nnd seeking not the one. Never do they go out into the cold and search for the one lost sheep." Dr. Patterson 1. the founder ot tho "Catch-My-Pal society" which originated in a little town In Ireland. He says every man is a pal ot another, and lays the fcundatlon for the name of hi. society on "you are your brother's keeper," -14 1 a t 'K It V p tc