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THE BEE: OMAIIA, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1913.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Banks Are Beginning to Call Loans Upon Wheat Crop. WILL PRECIPITATE SELLING Keautt of the Cnll tor Money VflU Cnvase Lota of Farmer to Torn Crop Into Cnh Instead ot Holding for a IUitac. OMAHA, July 14. 191$. i'fom advices received from the leading, markets of the winter wheat belt tho Bankers have commenced to calt loan on many of the wheat growers, and this will naturally rorce out a great deal of wheat that would not otherwise be sent to points or dlatrlbutlon until such time as the growers were well oonvlnced that It would be ot little use to hold their Brain ror an advance. Money Is scarce at the present. Not only Is this tho case In the Interior, or farming communities, but It is to bo seen In the large cities. There are many farmers throughout the country who have made arrangements to have their grain carried for a certain length of time and their grain will not come out until the expiration of that period. In a sub rosa manner It has been learned that the big elevator concerns in tho uouthwest will not be given tho usual accomodations on grain In their houses. The financial Institutions will see to It that the wheat. Instead of being piled up 'and carried for a long period, will be merchandised. Hash wheat, was un changed. 'Th'oso who have adhered closely to the bull side of corn for some time past In tho belief that the crop had already suffered from high temperatures are no longer to bo seen on the hull side. The entire corn belt has been pretty well wet down, and according to reports sent by some of the best known experts of the country, the promise Is for a big yield. Cash corn was Ho to IMa higher. In many localities in tho oatsi belt, where It has been said all along that the heads were not filling well, a far different re port Is now covering, Cash oats were Uc to He higher. , Clearances; Wheat and flour equal to I3J.000 bushels, corn. 163,000 bushels and fiats, 479,000 bushels. ' Liverpool closed with wheat 14 to lower and corn H to Wd lower, Primary wheat receipts were 1,831,000 bu. and shipments of 1,089.000 bu. agAlnst re ceipts' of W2.00O bu. and shipments of ws, 009. bu. last year. Primary corn receipts were 44,O0O bu; and shipments of 617,000 bu. against re ceipts of 679,000 bu. and shipments of 887,000 bu. last year. Primary oats receipts wer 803,000 bu. and shipments of 912,000 bu. against re ceipts of 48,000 bu. and shipments ot 437, 000 bu. last year. CAPXOT RECEIPTS. umcago Minneapolis . Duluth ., Omaha MM ,U4 233 61 173 99 51 Kansas city fit. Louis ... Winnipeg ., ...594 ...ton vi. ... ... ... I The following cash salsa xrnrn ronnrtnri today i No. 2 hard winter: 2 cars, 81c; 2 Curs (new), 80ttc; 2 cars, SOo; 9 cars, 79c; oars, 7Hc No. Jihard vlnter: 2 cars (old),- 80c; 2 cars, 79c; 1 car, 7c. No. 4 hard wmter: l car (old), 78c. No. 3 spring: 1 car, 78c. No. 2 durUm: 1 car, Tsd; No. 3 durum: 1 car, T7Hc Corn No. 2 white: 14 cars, 69c. No S white. 1 car, Wo; 1 car. 6sc; 1 oar, 6SHc. No. 2 yel low: 5 cars, 67He: 2 cars, 67Jia No. 8 yellow: 4 cars, 670, No, 4 yellow, 2 card, No. 3 mixed: 1 car, 67Hc. No. J mixed; 1 car, 57&c: 6 cars, 67c. No., i rhlxed: I car, E7ttc; 1 car.' Wfcc; 1 car. 68H6; 1 car. 66c No grade: car, Ho. Oats No., 3 white: S cars, 37l4o, 6 cars, 17c No.4 white: ,8 cars, 26c; 1 car. SOttc; Car. ia. Omaha Cash Prices Wneofc No. 2 hard, 79$lcj No. 3 hard, 7880c; No. 4 hard, J678c; No, $ spring. 78H78Hc; No, I spring, 77077Ho: No. 2 durum, 78o; No. I durum. 77Vic. Corn: No. I white. 69c: No, t white. 68H69ci No. 4 white, S7K4P 68Uc, nominal; No. 2 yqllpw, 67H67itc; No. 3 yellow, BTffl67o; No. 4 yellow. 66 KSC; No. 2, bl'AdiVlW, No. 3, &7367oM jno. n wabvic; no grade. ttft(0. nominal. ,Oats: No. 2 white. 3740380, nominal; standard, 37K37Ha, nominal; No. 3 -white, -8rjF37Mr Norr white; 'SSMo-. Barley: 'Malting. W60c, nominal; No. 1 feed, 43 4c, nominal. Ryo: No. , 3. 65H66o, nominal; No. 3, KgKHc, nominal. L1UCACJO CJHAIN AND I'ROVISIONS Keaturva of the Trading? mh.iI CloslatS i'rtvea on Uourd of Trarte. CHICAGO, July 14 Allege, discovery pf.blacli rust in North Dakota, and Minne sota had bullish effect today on the prlca' of wheat'. The" market closed firm at an advance of hiQc net Corn showed a gain of lHlc to lc and oats a. rise of Ho to lHc In provisions, the outcome verted -from 20o decline to an upturn ot IHc. . Although rumors concerning black rust did not receive anything like full credit, the gossip on the subject almost monop olized attention ot wheat traders in tho Hast part ot the session. Fargo, N. D., and Ada, Minn., were points train which the news ot tho blight was said to ema nate. The mere chance that a serious basis might be found for the rumors led shorts to cover on a b'ir scale. : Offerings ot new wheat wero much ngnter irom tne country ana mere was a, decided Improvement In export Inquiry. Except for a. temporary dtp at the open ing the .market accordingly tended up ,ward the greater part of the day. On 1 the swells, however, longs did enough realising to keep net gains much less 'than enthusiasts had hoped. Damage reports from. Kansas and Okla homa put strength Into tho corn market, llcsldes, receipts here wer extremely small. oats rose In sympathy with corn, but a big.! Increase In the visible supply total checked .buying to some extent. Provisions Prices suffered under free tellnc duo to an unexpectedly heavy run of hogs here, Afterward, the market .steadied on account of the bulge la ' coarse grain. Artlclol Open. Hlgh.l Low. I Close.) Safy. .Wheat! I T l .l , July. , Sept. Dec 86 Vi 87087! 89K 90Til Julyi 6 ... I J. 69HI&44 61H 66Vi57H&4i Julv. S7SI Hi Setlt-llS 397! ? ? 40404QV4 DccfWH-ti-H Pork-I 1 J July. 21 w ; Sept. SO 90 Lard I I Sepl 11 67H Oct.. U 7?H 2187H 21 83 21 OJH H67H 11 75 10 62H 11 67h' U 7iH 1160 U 624 11 67i 10 Mi U 60 11 G5 U 72-75 10 65 At,., v " Ribs- I July. 11 65 Sept 11 70-72 Oct. 11 60 11 63H 11 65 1163 11 77H 11 6IH 11 87H 11 45-47 Chicago Cash Prices Wheat! No. 3 reol new, 8&s7c; No. "3 red, rtew, S585cr No. 3 red, old, KHc;- No. 2 hard, new, 60 67Hc; No, hard, old, 876Hc; No. 3 ha.ro. old, 887Hci No. 1 northern, 91H 93c; No. 3 northern, WS02ci No. 3 north ern. 88991c; No. 3 spring, 90692c; No. 3 spring, S00c, No, 4 spring, 82Q8Sc: vel vet chaff, hSQMc; durum, 80lc. Corn: No. 2, 6161Hc; No. 3 white 6254C3Uo; No. 2 yetTow, eiHgac: No. 3, SOHSjlVioi No. S yellow, 60Hlei No. 3 whlto. 83 C63o; No. 4, No. 4 white, 61 (s Be; No. 4 yellow, 6He)Ho. OaU: No. 3 whne. l&KGZMo) No. 4 white. 5SSSc; standard, me me. Rye; No. 2. C3c Barley. i&StJc. Seeds: Timothy, 33.751? 4.75; "(over, nominal. Prpvlslons: Pork. ; lard. tll.U)8U.62Hi fibs. $.1.75(2.25. BITTER Easier, e?amerl. e24c. EaQB-IrreBUlar. receipts. 14,536 cases; at mark, cases Included, SfllSc; ordinary firsts. 16gl5Ho; firsts, 1681SHC. POTATbES-Hlgher. at &590e; re- nvlntfl. (SO ears. PQULTUY Alive, lower; hens, 16c; iprlngs, Co; turkeys, lc Prbrla Market, PEORIA. July J4.-COHN-NO. t yellow, . 62c; No. 4 yellow. 62c ., " J . OATS-No. 2 white. 3fc; standard, S0H laoftc Bt. Lonla Genvral Market. ST. LOUIS. July fl.-.WHt3AT-Cash: 'o 2 red. mWici No. 3 hard. 870930.. CORN No, S. U'SiC'lte; No. I white. 65c. OATS-No. 2. SSfceasHc; No. 3 white. 041c . rioflnH Prices of futures: W'HEAT-July. 82 He; September. WHc CORN July, tlUc; September, eiHc. $H187HU 69 &Vs OATS-July, 3SHc; September, . OY-Xc. FLOim-Easy; red winter i&'.intt. 1144 94.76: extra fancy and straights, tl.Ottf 4.JB; hard winter clears. IMOf .. - SEKD-Tlmothy, 110.00. COUNMRAL .S0. llilAN-Wjr&c. HAY-Tlmothy. U.00fl 17.00. IRON COTTON T1HS-9SC. x RAGGING 10c HEMP TWINK-c. PROVISIONS Pork, Jobbing. l,W 3G.00. Lard, prime steam, 810.80fllO.SO. Do salt meats, boxed, extra shorts, $13.00; Clear ribs. 818.00; short deals, 313,26. Ha con, boxed, extra shorts, JH.10; dear ribs, 114.00: short clears, 114.25., POUL.TRY Firm; chickens, 13c; spring, 17c; turkeys, 18c; ducks, 12c; geese, 10c. BUTTBR Quiet; creamery, 2c. EXiaa-Strorig, at 14c. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbls 10.000 8,000 Wheat, bu 27,000 80,000 Com, bu 61,000 23,00) Oats, bu ...,. -...76,000 44.0OJ Knnaoa Cltr Clraln and Provisions. KANSAS CITY, July 14. WHEAT Cash: No. 1 hard, SOBSOc; No. 3, 79K84c, No. 2 red, TSffSOHc; No. 3. 78H80c. CORN-No. 2 white, SliSTflic; No. 3, 61c. OATS-No. 2 white. 4141Hc Closing prices of futures: WHEAT July, 79o;. September, S1H Biw, uecemDer, tc. CORN-July, 69c; September, WHc; December, MVic OATS September, 3SWc; December, 40Ttc RYE 6Sc, HAY' Stronger; choice timothy, 13.002 13.50. , BUTTER Creamery, 26c; firsts, 26c; seconds, 24c; packing, 30Hc EGGS Firsts, 17c; seconds, lie. POULTRY Hens, 13Hci roosters, 9c; ducks, 16c; broilers, 20c. Receipts. Shipments. Wheat, bu , Wl.vOO 115.000 Corn, bu 27.ioo OJ,ooo Oats, bu 27.9 2.000 LlTcrpool Grain Market, LIVERPOOL, July 14. WHEAT-Spot. steady; No. 1 Manitoba. 7b 9d; No. 2, 7s 6d; No. 3, 7s 4Hd; futures, cosy; July, 7s 6Hd: October. 7s SHd; December. 7s 4Hd. CORN Spot, steady; American mixed, now, kiln dried, 6s 6d; American mixed, old, (si American mixed, old, via Galves ton, 6s 8Hd; futures, steady; September, La Plata, 4s HKd; October, La Plata, 6s 9id. FLOUR Winter patents, 29s 9d. HOPS lit London, Pacific coast, 4 16sG 12s. Mlnnrapolln Grain Market, MINNEAPOLIS. July 14. WHEAT July 88c: September, SOH90!io; Decem ber, 925492c. Cash: No. 1 hard, 91Mc, No. 1 northern, 90V4891Hc; No. 2 northern, 8SH9V4c: No. 1 hard Montana, 87ffSc; No. 2, 8H87Ho. FLOUR Unchanged. URAN-816.60SH7.OO. CORN No. 3 yellbW. 67068c OATS No. 3 whit. 3GH&0iC. RYE No 2, 5&868C BARLBY-43O0QC, Milwaukee (JraSu Market. MILWAUKEE, Wis,, July 14 WHEAT No. 1 northern, 93H94Hc; No 2 north ern, 9l92o; No. 2 hurd winter, 854J$3c; July, 87: September, $7c CORN No. 3 yellow, OOH0mo; No. 3 white, 63Q2Hc; July, 0&o: September, Wc OATS 40H5M1C. RYE 63Hc." BARLEY-64Q62C OMAIIA GENERAL MARKE BUTTER No. 1, l-ro. carton, 28a; No, 1, 60-lb. tUbB, 27Ho; No. 2. 26o. FISH-Whlte. fresh. 16c; trout fresh. 12c; large erapples. fresh, 12c; Spanish mackerel, 15c; shad roe, per 'pair, 40c i salmon,--fresh, 16c; halibut fresh, 9c; buf falo, 9a; bullheads, 12c; channel cattish, ISc; pike, Uoi pickerel, 11c. CHEESE Imported' Swiss, 32c: Ameri can Swiss; 26o; block Swiss, 24c; twins, 17Hc; daisies, lTHc; triplets, 17Hcj Young Americas. 18c; blue label brick, 17Hc; Urn burger, 2-lb., 21c; 1-lb., 22c; New York, whits, 19c POULTRY Broilers, 335J350 per lb. J hens, ICHc; cocks, 12Hc; ducks, 1820c; geese, 18o; turkeys, I0S25c; pigeons, per dof., 31.20; roosters, 9c: ducks, full fea thered, 10c: geese, full feathered. 13c; squabs, No. I1.60J No. 2. 80c. BEKF CUTS No. 1 rib.. 1Tm Nn i rlh J5Uq: No. 3 ribs. lMei No.' 1 lnlni 10Un- No. 2 loins. I7c; No, 3 Joins, 16c; NoT 1, chucks, 9ic; No. 1 rounds, lio. No. 2 rounds, I4iic: No, 3 rounds, 14Hc! Na 1 plates, 8c; No. 2 plates, 7o; No? 3 plate". 7wc The following fruit and vegetable, prices are reported by the Gtlinsky Fruit com pany; VEGETABLES Large new potatoes, per bu., .00: 6-bag lots or more, per bu.. 90c; rural, per bu., 0o; red fiver arly Ohio, per bu $0c CallfornU crystal was onions, per crate. 11.60; Texas Bermuda, per crate, 31.00. Fancy Texas tomatoes, per 4-basket crate, J1.00; it erate lots. 06c. FRUITS-CIImax large fed plums, per crate, 31.76; Burbank large red sweet plums, per crats, 31.50; Wiclison largo irreen plums per crate, 31.85; Simon large red plums, per crate, 11.25; Aiotan medium red plums, per crate, 81.50; Tragedy large blue plums, per crate, 11.85; Bartett yvixrm, per uoj, j.w; jonn peaches, P.eLb0X.' ?1,25' Crawford peaches, per box, 8L25: Hale peaches, per box, 31.16; Call fornla cantaloupes, pony crates, J.60; California standard cantaloupes, per crate, 3100; homegrown blackberries, per 24-qt case, 33.00; Wednesday, 12.60; extra tine Valencia oranges, 120-238 nxtn, per' JSx,J?-w.vSunk,,lt Valencia oranges. 150L 178, 200. 216, 260 sixes, per box, 16.60; Flo. rlda. Indian river, grapefruit, 46, 64, 64 Bites, 310.00; evaporated cranberries, car ton containing 36 packages, per carton. 12.70; extra fancy Sunklst lemons, 300s and WOs. per bp. 110.60; extra choice Red BaJLi?JI!nBl 200h an1 WO! Per box. 110.00. VEGETABLES t.arge now potatoes per bushel. 31.00; 6-bag lots or more, per bushel, D5c; California Crystal Wax onions, per crate, 11.60; Texas Bermuda, per crate. 3t25; California large yellow onions, per lb., 2Ho: Tennessee tomatoes, per 4-basket crate, 11.60: n-crate lots, $1.40. MISCELLANEOUS Roasting ears, per dojen, ci Michigan celery, per doren, 35c; Motfs cider, per keg, 13.60; Nehawlca cider, per keg, 13.25; asparagus, per dosen, 60e; rhubarb, per don, 20c; onions, per dozen, 20c; new beets, carrots, turnips, per dosen, 30o; parsley, per dosen, 40e; radishes, per dosen, 20c; head lettuce, per doren, 31.00; homegrown leaf lettuce, per doxen, 20c; green peppers, per basket. c; wax or groen beans, per basket, 31.00; hothouse cucumbers, per basket, j.J5l caul flower, per basket 31-00; Venetian garlic, per lb., IHc; new cabbage, per lb.. Jq; eggplant, per .doren, 3J.60; horseradish, two rtoren bottles In case, per case, 31.90; Dromedary brand date. package, 33.00; Anchor brand dates, package, 32.25; No, 1 soft shell walnuts, per lb.. 20a; medium pecans, per lb., 13Hc; Jumbo pecans, per lb., 15c; Giant pecans, Louisiana paper shell, per lb., 26c; filberts, per b.; 15c; Drake almonds, per Jb., 16c; paper shell almonds, lSe; Brazils, per )b 1&; large washed Brazils, per lb., 13c; black woj. puts, per lb., 3Ho; raw No. 1 peanuts, per lb., io; Jumbo peanuts, per lb., 8c; roasted peanuts, per b.. 8He; shell bark hlekory nuts, per lb., 4o; large hickory nuts, pet lb.. 8e; white rice popcorn, per lb.. 4c checkers, per 100-packoge case. $3.60 checker, per CO-package case. $1.75; Les lie berry boxes, quarts, per 1,000, $2.76. Vlalblp Supplr of Grriln. NEW YORK. July 14.-The visible sup ply of. grain in the United Saturday, Ju y IS. as compiled by the New York Produce exchange, was as follows! Wheat, 29,8(3,000 bgshU: Increase. 87j;. 000 bushels; wheat In bond. 2.OH.O00 juslJ. elst decrease 808,000 bushels, bushels 11,277,030 buaheI Iderease, 378,000 Oats. 7.711.000 bushels; Increase, 1,957.000 bushels; oats In bond, 4M.O0O bushels: de. crease, 268.000 bushels. Rye, 421,000 bushels; Increase, 71.000 bush- riarley, 1,606.000 bushels: Inorease, 310,. 000 bushels; Parley in bond. 29.000 bushels: decrtass, 147.000 bushels. OmiiTin Jfajr Market. OMAHA. July 14.-PRAIRIE HAY Old: KJ, efc0,ct Plnd. $iaooei0.60; No, I, $8. 0088.09; No, 3. HO0S8.OO; iiS. I to choice ...... .Rrr 0a Markrl, NEw finjc, July i4.-nnv goods- The cotton goods markets aro steady Many buyers arfr In from wholesala houses. Cutters tpntlnue to order "ov- ad C t0r Yarna ra h No. l to choIcV lowland J100ff.00i No. 2, $7.C08.M; No. 3, $3,000 7'New: No. 1'to cholcriiplarid pr mid! tnS???:,N&Lt.VheJc lowland, $9.0o3 10.00; No, 2, $4.0083.03; No. t, $tOS6.00. j NEW YORK JTOOK MARKET Speculation Continues Paralyied to Unparnllcd Degree. PRICES HELD FAIRLY STEADY With Fctt Kxceptloiiii, Fluctuations Do Not Rarape Kraottnnal I.lmltst Total of Tranaactlona 70,:tOO Sharea. NEW YORK, July 14. Continued rural ypg ot speculation to a degree unpural loled In recent years was the feature ot todays market Prices held fairly steady, although late In the day some of the leading stocks eased oft, Influenced by the weakness of the copper group. With a few exceptions,- fluctuations did not escape fractional limits. There was no apparent liquidation In tho market dur ing the session Today's total ot trans actions was only 70,3000 shares. The weakness of the coppers was as sociated with the rumor, which has often done service in the' past, although each time discredited substantially, to the effect that the government was about to Institute proceodlngn against Important copper Interests. Smelting broke two points within a traction ot the year's low price and Amalgamated Copper yielded a Point. Canadian Vn elfla also was exceptionally heavy and Union I'aclflo at times lAgged behind. There was no development over the week end to stimulate speculation. The possibility ot u strike ot conductors mid trainmen on eastern roads tended to restrict trading, although the day's de velopments were regarded as Increasing the probabilities of a peaceful settlement. Resumption ot gold export to Europe hod been looked for, as It waa expected that, conforming wlfli the three previous movements of "xhe year, $4,000,000 or $5,000,000 more gold would be sent out ot the country. In addition to the $1,600,000 engaged tor export today tentative ar rangements wero made for another ship ment o( the same amount. The yeai's oxports of gold now amount to $64,885,000. of which $41,000,000 went to Europe and the rwcmalndor to South America. Thero were few changes ot importance In the bond market, although a nmnber ot well known Issues dplayed a weak ening tendency. Total sales (par value), $1,049,000. United States 4s coupons advanced H on call, ' Number of sales and loading quotations on stocks were! Silfi. Hlih. tow.Cloi. ABnltmtl Cqstr Amtrlctn Acrlcultunl ,. Ajnerlcan Beet Sugar. ... American Can American Can pM Amarican C. & F American Cotton Oil Am. Ice Securities.,.,,,, American LIQteed . American Locomotlre ... Amrrloan B. A It American 6. & It. pfd. Am: Sugar Rednlnf Amrrloan T. A T .i..... American Tobacco Anaconda Mlr.tnc Co.... Atchltpn Atehlion Pti Atlantis coaat Lin,.,., Baltimore & Ohjto nethleheqt atte Drookfyn Itapld Trtnilt. OnaOlan racttlc ....... centraf leather Cheiaseak & Ohio,,,... Chlcaso O. Y ,. Chicago, M. Bt. P.... Chtcaaro & N. W CDIPraOo F. ft I Contolldated Oai Com Product .., ,. Delaware & Hudeon Denrer & nio Orande... DenTtr & R. a. pM,.., Dlttlllera Eecuritles .., Brit ...,....... Erie let pti Erie ii pti .. General Klectrio ........ Oreat Northern pM,,,.,. Great Korthem Ore ctfi. llllnolal Central- t lnterboniifb Met Interboronah Met pti... I,2M lH IK 'H 4t W0 1,W0 too 100 ton tin tH 41H TJ4 0H J5V4 I (.100 I1U (IK 17ft 300 M!l IH M 10T 100 H7H 17H 17 110 400 H tt 1.S09 HH n 5U tlH 300 US IIS IIS 300 ti KM HH .too a ui n ZOO 8H UH lH 3,400 21IJ4 211 tll 100 W ilH fOS l,00d SIM tlK IlH X 103 SOO JIT tOO 14 H 1M'4 10JH m , m 1M,H IS SI v 31 111K 14H S4? 'i S J00 1M too 2,000 MO ""l'oo II tun UH aiH 1SH UK SIM iisii S4T4 104 100 III 'iii 'ts" Inlernailonal llarretler., jpierAinnq pia , ,,, International Taper ..... ..... International I'urap , Kantaa Cltr Southern.. .. 700 ieieae uaa ..... j Mhlth Valley 1,000 15H 744 J4J 100 mvt M., Bt. V. A e. eta. M. Mlaeourl, K. T Mlaeourl raclfle Kiatlonal DKcult National Lead .......... M It It. oC M. ti Bid.. New York Central....... 100 1,000 N. Y.f. O. & W...,., Norfolk St Wettern ICO North AmeHcan 2,009 Northern -PaeKla.,,, I'acltle Mali PennalranU ,, People's Ga P.. C. C. A fit. I. PltUburfh Coil Preaaed Steel Car Pullman Palace Car...,. Iteadlsf HepuMlo I. R ,, Jtepuollo I. & 8. pfd..., Itocknlna- Co , dtKk'laland'Co. M ft. I A S. F. 24 pfd,. 8eaboard Air I4n Bet board A. U pfd Sloia-Bhettlold 8. A I... Southern raclfle Southern Railway 8o. llallwar pfd..,.,,..,. Tepnaaae Copper , Teiaa & raclfle , Union Paelfle Union ractflo nM CnltM Btatea lUalty.... vnuiq niatea llUblicr United SUtea Stee,).,..,. 12,400 w. u. Kv um tests Utah Copper .. V. -Carolina Chemical .. Waoarti a..,..,..,,, Wabaeh pfd . Wter Maryland , Weatrro Union Wettlnahouia Eleetri,. . Wheellnt ' Uke Brie., J.','.'.' Total tales (or th day. TS.I00 sham. New York Jlonuy Sfarket. cmeYr&A as.sy A ASaim? -as; 5 J''lw. SWgjVf Per 4rWnlnty days cent!lMB MBRCANTILH PAPEIV- per BTEIU.INQ EXCIIANQEJ Esy. with actual business in bankers fi lls at $4.$ja for slxty-day bills and at fi.JWS f0J..,e,m.a,n,1i. commercial bills, $4.KH. nnvr?S5?aJ' KCi Mexican dollar 470 heavier 0Vernn,enr' 'U'ld'! f11", The following were the closing quota lions on bonds; ' V. 8. ret. ta, res., St K. O So, rtl. It,. S7 do coupon ,, SS U S. dep. it jtjl. . toit U. 8. t, lei ISJ U & K unl, 4 ;:. SI do reopen ...,,..101 M. K- A T. lit 4s.. M V. . . ff 'do en. 4M... ; do coupon ,. Ill Mo. peflo 4t uL Panama )i coupon.. 101 do conr. Sa jiu tA..O. It Si rttt... 40 X H H of M 4ui S?2 Amer. Ac. St SHIN, r. O. . Sa,. s a. t- t. e. 4. joj eaa deb. Vl:;:: Am. Tobacco St.... US N. r. rf. II. AH Armour Co, 4Ht.. Sill cf. j, .!!.,",": -,u AUhitan sen. 4a,.., JjtfeN. W.Mtt e. 4a. SI? W f t- .11 T, lo An ev r. M HIM. raelflo 4 it a, n T. imt Ja k Bal OHIO t.. do SUa Crook. Tr. 4 5150. o. U rfds. 4t... lis sa,s"--sr- a ms l??Hnlls sen! "it!.'!; I4U Can. Leather ft. Che. A Ohl 4t- I - do sen. St....... " toS , ...u ,a -a ea, f r .. .... -via -WW Will ........ . -w,. 4 V. W. , I. 7IE Cnlearo A A Sits-. SI B. A. U adf. et..!? TIH c d. ft j. j. 4... s;js. r.. Vol 4i II do ten. 4a.. v SIH do r 4t 11 O M B V a 4Ht..lAI do lit rl, 4a. .. S! a B. I. ft P. , 4iSCbo. Kallwar St.. .ijji?! 17 ! w SXSS, f9t . . . r 4a ; 4Via " Vnlen, Paclflo 4t 4a m ia t.ar Tl. stiU WfttisiaK 1a ft. i .... IIL fn. Jat r. 4a SO nrtatern Md. 4i.. ?2 Inter. Met 4V.. .. KHWeet. JSlee, er. St SS Bid. Offered. NfTf XnrU Mlnlnsr fltoobs. NEW YORK. July H.-CloBlntT quota inns on mlnlnsr stocks! Com. Tvnstl ttftck. S Little Chief ,, i dtf hondt 10 tlejlcao TO Con. Cel. ft Vo.... 1S Ontario w Iron Ullesr no phir it IaSallle Cos 3 Telo Jacket is Offered, Trrnsnrr Statements. nAouinuiwn, wuijr at. '411a conai tlon of tht United States treasury at the beKtnnlns' ot bualsnss today was: Net balance In ceneral fund, 3184,030,723! total rvceipta Haturnay, w,viw,w, total pay ments Uaturday. M.243,34a The jeflclt this fiscal years In tlO,475,6S3, agalntt a deficit of 19,741.39 last year, exclusive of 1U lUi i 20H 100 so SO to .... , m mil 46 SVi IS SSti MH 101 ios lots StK t4U 41 IW'JWH 1MH INK 400 11U41 1U HI .., 10 so ..... 2S 100 I51U 1SJH HI ,tV) 1S7U 1S4V4 1S4K 74 "soo '"aU "ivi, 100 t is ;1M - i TW SIM S01( )U SOU tt ..... ,,,,, Stu '.ijj iH liiw liiv 0O StU S1H Hi? 41 ss m bih 00O 10IK 101U 10IU W 4J14 4iJ 41' 100 24 tl U fX tK m j2 J K SH s8 V SI 41 SH tl 4!i Panama canal and public debt transactions. Iiondon Stock Mnrket. I.ONtXW. July 14. American securtlles opened around parity nnd moved Irregu larly. At noon the tone was dull with prices ranging from 4 above to below Saturday's New York doting. Coniola. money.. 72 1-ttlllltwlt Ontr.l II4H de areeunl T1S-1SM., K. A T It Amal. Corper fN. T. Central.... SS Atehlton . 4 i-ennayirania ... SttH needles IS (Veuthrrn I'acltle .IPS Union Partflc... . ISHV. B. Steel . Mi Wabaeh , . lDDeen . SS Hand Mlnea S7H s SOU Canadian Pacific ChleafO O. W.. , Ft. Paul Denrer A Itle U. Krle do Ut pfd.. . Orand Trunk . SH 8!L,VKlt-Bar steady ai M 15-Hil per ok. jMUiNwi "UMiaN per cent. Tho rate of discount In the open market for short bills is S13-1&WSU per cent; for three months' bills, 4HC-13-1S per cent. II nut on Mliilnic Stocks. BOSTON, July 14. Closing quotations on mining stocks were! Allouet SIH Mohawk Amal, Copper ...... SSii Nevada Con 14M A. I. U It 8 IS Nlpltalns Mlntt.. SS.lt Arltona Com 2tt North u(U S4VL D. a C CAR. M. S3 KOtih UVe ...... Cat. A Arltona SSUOtd Dominion .... Cat A llecla 410 Oaceola Centennial lSHQulney Copper Itanse C C. ItHStiaixnon Raet Uulte C. M... lOnSuperlor Kranklln S Superior A II, M, Olroux Con 1M 'Tamarack Oranby Con SS WU. S. S, It. A M. Qreene CVnanea .... S do pfd Itle ltoyale Copper. ItHUIah Con. Kerr Lake S'Utah Copper Co... IjaVe Copper tt Winona ! Halle Copper.... 4 Wolverine 14 41 Vt 78t la St 24H SH t U 4S SH 43 1H 44H Miami copper nv Aiked. Corn unit "Whrnt llrnloii Ilntlctln. United States Department ot Agrlnjilture, weather bureau, for Omaha, for tht twenty-four hours ending nt S a. m., TSth meridian time, Monday, July 14, 1911 OMAHA D1HTIUCT STATIONS. Station. High. Lo fall. Pky. .00 Clear .00 Clear .CO Clear .00 Clear .00 Pt. cloudy ,00 Clear .00 Clear .04 C ear .00 I't. cloudy .00 Pt. oloudy .00 Pt. cloudy ,00 Clear .00 Clear .00 Pt. cloudy .00 Clenr .00 Clear .12 Pt. cloudy .00 Cloudy .00. Cloudy ,00 Cloudy .00 Cloudy .00 Cloudy Ashland, Nob.. .100 77 Auburn 10.1 74 61 71 C8 78 77 73 63 75 78 76 04 73 73 72 62 72 67 75 65 76 Ilroken Bow ... 90 Columbus M Culbertson .....108 Falrbury 103 Fairmont 101 Urand Island ..103 Hartlngton .... SS Hastlnrs 104 Holdrece is Lincoln ..,.103 North Fiatto . 9S Oakdalo 94 Omaha 100 Tekamah ., 97. Valentino 91 Aita, la.... Carroll .... Clarlnda ... Sibley ...... Sioux City 93 ... 91 ... 97 ... 83 ... 94 Minimum temperature for twelve. hour penoa ending at 8 a. m, DISTRICT AVERAGES. No. o District. Btuttoi Columbus' IS Louisville 22 Indianapolis 14 Chicago 24 ' Bt. Louis ., 19 Des Moines 22 Minneapolis ..... CI Kansas City M Omaha 17 ' -Temp.- Italn- lllCh. Low. fall. 90 64 .40 92 72 .00 92 OS .70 90 C2 ,70 94 72 .00 94 70 ,00 76 f.6 ,40 96 70 .03 100 73 .10 Extremely warm weathor again prevails over tho corn arid wheat reKlon,, except moderate temperatures continue. Jn tho upper Mississippi and extreme upper Mis souri valleys. Itolns wero quite general within the last twenty-four hours In the extreme upper valleys, the upper lake re gion, and In northern Indiana and Ohio, Rains of one Inch or more occurred as Wisconsin Madison. 1.30; In Illinois nycamoro, l.oo; in Indiana Notre Dame, 1.00 L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster. Weather llureau. IVevr York General Mnrket ..NEW XOItK, July 14,-SUaAIl-Raw, steady; muscovado, 3,04OQ.07o: centrif ugal, 3.5t8 3.67a; molasses, 2.70jf2.S2(J; re fined steady; crushed, 5.30c! tine granu aled, 4.60o; powdered, 4.70c. BUTTER Easy ; receipts, 7,600 tubs; creamery extras, iWViJWc; firsts, 2B20c; state dairy, finest, 26o; process extras, WiftKc; imitation creamery firsts, 24c; factory,- current make firsts. 23tt3Ho; packing stock, current make, No.'l, SlRa CHEESE Barely steady; receipts, 792 boxes; state, whole milk fresh colored, specials, 14l4$i14ttc; white and pale, 14ttc; skims, 3811a. EGOS Steady; receipts. 12,782 cases; fresh gathered extras, 24326c; extra firsts, 2123o; firsts, lSV4ffWc; Pennsylvania and nearby hennery whites, as to site and quality, 2tjtf30qi gathered whites, 23ltCSo; western gathered whites, 200250, POULTllY-pre?ed flrfn. fresh killed western chickens, 2JQ2&C! fowls, It'Ati l9ioi turkeys, istfljo. " Metal ninrket. NEW YORIC, July l4.-METALS-Cop-Per, unsettled; standard, spot, 113. W; ."?,, AuP?' ,an? September, 3a37H 18.87H; electrolytic, 14.0ft8H.7V4; lake. 314.S7ifcl4.W; casting, JlBJOHtloO. Tin weakf pot. 339.1W39.E0; July, 339.001 J?;3I5tl "t""1?. 8Ptembor and October, 339. 030.25. r Lead, steady; 34.30. Spelter, firm: J5.2MliS.3J. Antimonv. nnminii. Cookson's, 3S.CtVtt8.CE. Iron, o&rely steady; No. 1 northern, 316.764316.00! No. 3 north- ?!'h t.xw.i; o, i southern. i4.60 15 00; No. 1 southern, soft, 314 U)Q6M London markets closed as follows; Cop. par, easy; spot W 2 64! futures, 63 7s Tin, weak; spot, 179 10s; futures, filSO t Spelter, 20 10s Lead. 19 10s. Iron. Cleveland Warrants. W. Uit. T ml8' Ju'y ! METALS Lead: oirauy, opener: jrirro, is.so, LONDON. July lf.-MBTALS-PIg tin slumped today. 7H from the ononlng prlco and 6ti from Friday's closing on tree selling. - Cotton market. quiet; middling uplands, '.90e; gulf, 12.6Jc! no sales. Flltllpa i.1nail Kt.nitu f.uJ lklAl Auf.u"i H-,,Ctoi Beptsmberi jj.uou, wvipucr, u.aioi iiovemoor, U.pBc; December, ll.87o Januar)', U.SJo February. MarUi. 1143c. Cotton closed steady, 138 points net higher. i T. LOUIS, July 14.COTTON-Qulet! ba es; shipments, S$ boles; stocks, 18,418 hales. LIVERPOOL. July 14.-COTTON-8pot, sAfllr arnnri lillalntisist Hr.nm mlr1i1llH .la. 7.294; good middling, 6.9&d; middling, 6.71d; low middling. 6.t3d good ordlnsry, 6.03; v.iiiAii v,iis. oia, iv.wj oaies. Kansas Cltr Live Stock SInrket. KANSA8 OI TV, July 14. CATTLE Receipts 17,000 head; market. lOo lowers, prime fed steers, JUS 5,75; dressed beef steers. 37.25d8.25: westara steers, id.ttvn IOp; southern steers, 35.66a7.90; cowf, 7.00; heifers. 3a.2$H8.60i atockers and ?2S,JU,5Z&7-75 bu"i tf.W87.O0; calves. f.0039.00. HOas-rfecelpts 7,000 head; market, So lower; bulk, 38.80ffi.90i heavy, 38.75S8.8J; packers and butchers. 38.8O8.90; Tight, 8.8OKS.90: pigs, 37.75fc8.60. ' SHEEP AND LAMBS-Reeelpta 9.000 head; market, strong; lambs, 3S.25BS.00; yearlings. t6.5W.OO: wethers. 4.t$fi.09; ewes. 33.75fM.4o: atrjeWa nH f.J... 11 u Co f fen MavlsKk. ttvs today and while advances were not ..w.tu ut. luanci oiiower ratner a steadier tone. The opening was steady at dlsappolntlrieJ Ocrmon cables, but prices almost steadied on covering and aotlvo montlm ruled about 3 to o polns net Iilghr during the middle of th day, JJeaetlona followed under realising and the close was steady; July. 8,6lo; Septem. ber, 8.7Cc October, 8.81c; Novomber, 8,87c; December, 8.87c; January, 9.08c; February. 9.10c;-March, .i6ci May;.c Spot, coffee steady! Rio. No. T. 9,o; Santos. No. 4, HHP. MH1 coffee, dull; Cordova. UtnoHc. Uvuoruted AntMes niul Drtril I'rulla NEW YORK. June 14. EVAPORATED ciW1 , Dill ED FULM'TS-Prnes, steadyi Call fornlas, JU 01214c; Oiegons, 6H'39Vs6. Apricots. Firm; choice, UttUVic; extra choice, mWMi-, fanoy, HWailc; phes, steady; choice, 6fi6Hc: extra choice. 6i (170. noyr,lIo. lUlstns. tjufet; oosa P)".??11' iWiii.L0J?a 1. noy seeded, Jfswf 40 ' t-ondott layers, Wool Market. ' ST. LOUIS. July 14.-WOOL-Steadyi northern and western medium, 17Q30o; slight burry, fine hurry, HUic OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET Beeves Steady to Ten Lower and Others About Steady. H0QS TEN TO FIFTEEN LOWER Active Trntlr In Sheep nt Price" Teit to Fifteen Illrjhrr ll.ninbs Are Steady to Slronsr nnrt Free Sellers. SOUTH OMAIIA, July 14. 19U. . Receipts were: Cattlf. Hogs. Sheet). BsUmate Monday ...... J.000 ,700 f.so) Same day last week... 1.610 t,is W.tA Same t weeks ago...... 2.091 f,WM 7,447 Same 3 weeks ago ,2 .1M S04 Same 4 weeks ago...... , t.U 4.1S9 feuine do- Ust year,.., S.124 4,0J ,S7$ The following table shows the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha live stock market tor the year to data sa compared with Isst year. , Mil. 1911 inc. Deo. Cattle 4JS.W2 439,035 , H Hogs l,MS,m 1.944,St9 4I9.W3 Sheep tSti,7CH5 M0,1 .:75 The followlnir tntil ihnwi th rnnsa of prices for hogs at South Omaha tor the inst tew uays, with comosrisons Date. nil. isiu.i)m.imu.im I WW. 1WI. July l.. July 3.. July 3.. July :,, July .. July 6.. July 7.. July 8.. July .. julv 10.. 8 UH 7 n 6 S3 I 4 yjj 7 631 8 94 6 i I 14 !?, 8 74 I 69 J Ot 6 68 5 74 6 74 e 8 (2 7 M 8 79 7 IS C 40 7 6 7 711 6 06 ee I 23 ee t STl 3 81U 6 851 8 881 7 1J 6 Wl Wi 7 11 r nr 111 31 I TSI 8 64 6 S 8 SJVi 870 T J T 19 6 85 T 88 7 67 7 eli 7 7 67 7 79 6 16 II SI 8 13 7 I4 4 33 July 11.. 7 ZU 21 i 31 8 44 8 33 til JUiy IX July 13 July 14 I 20, e 6 49 6 43 7 184 6 80 8 21 8 24; 8 24 Sunday. Receipts and disposition or live stock at the Union stock Yards, South Omaha. Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at i o'clock yesterday! RECEIPTS-CAIIS. Cattle'. Hogs. Sheep, lira, C M. St St. i 8 1. t HV abash , i Missouri Pacific. a .. l .. ,. Union Pacirio , is io 34 h C. & N. W., east.... 8 10 U. & N. ,W' west..' 61 37 8 8 C., St. P., M. O,. 8 6 ,. .I C., . c Q.i east.!.. 8.3 C, 11. & Q., west.... 22 15 7 4 C. U. I. t P., east.. 5 2 ,. .. Illinois Central..,.,. 1 6 ., ChlcaHo Ut West... 1 2 .. ,, Total receipts... 133 96 33 DISPOSITION. 23 " ' , Cattle. Hogs. Morris t Co.... in yC7 Swltt and Company...,. 43 l.wl Uutiuhy Packing Co.... vu & Armour & Uo 833 1.S85 Bcltwarts & Co M Kay P, Co ,. .... 2U Sheep. 9J9 1,3- 2,7(2 8.631 ,... "iii oiviii, country L. P. Co 22 tt. O. P. Co...., 8 Myers. & Vail....... 9 Benton, Van ti. A Lush, 38 Hill & Son..,..,, 155 K U. Lewis 9f Kurt & H... 66 J. 11. Bulla 5 st llttl ..... L, lluaz. ...... ......... 9S lloaenstock UrOs 174 McCrcary & Kellogg.... 30 U. F. Humllton 61 Sullivan Bros ,. i Mo. & Kan. Calt Co..,. 8 Other buyers SOU' 6,2iH Totals 3,073 '8,735 CAlTLE-Cattle receipts tor a Monoay were larger than they have been tor sev eral weeKs back, but not larger .tnan year ago. The market, considering ad vices trotn other market points, was In very satisfactory condition. Most mr kots being reported lUHy lOo lower early in the, momlng made buyers a, little waax and theyi were . generally bidding lower, so that the market opened slow. It was apparent., however, that they t really wanted the cattlo and tne desirable Of ferings or beeves kept changing hands until pretty much everything had been sold and In very fair season. The.prloss paid ranged all the way. trpm steady to lOo lower. Weather conditions were such that the cattle took on a very heavy till which Would go soma ways in offsetting a decline In-prices. Tho best. cattlo, Ji re. sold up to 18.70, with severe hunenes at S8.U) asd 38.65, The quality ohthe cttir was better than on most days last, ttteg. to tho extent that tljere wero moro good came ijv sigpi. , . ... . rAu,H mhii hj.iri.rM wm scarce. thertL be- Ing hardly enough to make a. very rood test ot thp fnarUet, With tht) oemana good prices aid not show very muon change, being in tho msJn about steady with last week's close. , Receipts otvetbekers and ttoivr wero the largtat that they havo been n a long t tne back. In fact there were, about .as many here today as wero on sale all last week. Among tne offerings wero gultja sprinkling of grassera from western Ne braskiu The tfemand was fair and prlees not much changed from last week. In fome Teases possibly the rpKet may have been a. little easier, but the cattle- a a wholo lold at what JooHed like jfood, firm '"udotatlons on Catto-4Jood to choir; l.T7 vji.7s fulr to eiood bdet to choice 7tockVr.ndTyeeder.T 37.400; fair to good atockorp and feeders. 7.009 7 to- comon to fair1 stockers and iefdsrs, tioTveai xalves, 87.0WJO.76j bulls, stags, etc., 36.WV97.40. Representative sales i No, 4.. I... 10... A. W. 7J4 T IS !. Ill 7 10 n !H ne. 4... A. Pt. ,a mo s st. t6..i..,..i.,iit 1 , UM I so ISO s so 3 SO s so I ss 8 SI s ss .,,, Ml i ee 14 "... 7 1 S ? ! " 14..,., UJ0 31 Ull 41.,, IMS S4... 1S StO,, 1411 ST., UN 1 r.llIO S.....,. ,1! 1.. 1UI 7 1011 11. 1 ,u 1 Ht? 47 ''!Si! tl .....10S4 7 i 00 s 00 30 II ...UIS S SS 31 13X0 I 49 S 1W4 S 40 ,,, US 44 mi S ItiS St 1114 in ss itn IS 1401 M. ...11P4 37i,,m..,,,.I0S !... 1144 so ,...tai tl 1431 34 1141 1 144 34 ,...l0l S 4S S 41 S 4S s a I so S M s to I so s so s so s so 4S S4I 8 14 3 79 s 10 to ! ? 10 ,.,.,,!! II,,.". ....HIS S IS IS Mi S0 IS..,. . ,.1SIS Sto . . ..lW tti 14 . .... .IMS S M 4I..I 1104 SSI "" " " " tin si fs: " BTEBRB AND HEIFERS. I, SM 1 H T Iff 8 II ! !..... si t ss to,.,, sis s ss f. SS! 8 Po 81, ,,,.,,,. IMS S44 l " M4 1 COWS. 1 711 3 60 7 ,..., 717 IN I ' Itt 4 00 ..... W8 I 03 . SM 47S 4.,., ,. 48 St S . .. I0i S3 1MJ 4 IS ?. ....e-tOli) 4)84jS)rv v osj :::...:.... in g 1.. .! SII S 70 I . SM S SS SSI i SO II , 1011 '3 10 ;..1S40 I Cv I S SS 37.. S.. 1. . in 1 co i... iiae i te i:::::. ... s 1 iw ! 1 SIS 6 00 S..JM...... Mt T "'cows 'and iieiFEjts, I... HEIFERS 4 SO S 04 37 7IS SM S 00 1 H44 lllVi IS::;:;:::::: ?u W TWUULL8. ,T5, 7 M S0O 31 2..,, 3 1:::: 3.... sto lis 1100 6 S3 S44 SS lilt SM 1(4 III l..;.,, sto i , 4 1 ee 1 M a i 1 700 I 131 9 n 914 3, sis S 4 1 , (SO 1 , 1109 TM j no 1 tno sit 3 llALVEaV" 1 34 7 M 140 I in I to a.. ... 1 .... Bt t co 1 BTQCKERS AND 1TBBDERS. 4 . .;...7S07 I 2 " 1SS 7 SI li" SIS I M 31 SIS 7 SI '.: ::::::.; f ) i 19,..., M7 t S WESTERNS, NEBRABICA. U, R. Land & Cattle Co. 69 feeder. .1038 7 40 1 bull 1180 6 80 jonn tvisin. 32 feeders,. 4M 7 60 t cows..... 0 6 JO 1CQW .960 5 60 It. H. n rnm arr si !. ataLiixuiiiSUi suuu Arnold. 4 heifers... IS IS 1 cow;..... 960 6 60 4 feeders.. 677 T IS 5 feeders.. 140 7 00 I cows. . . 900 8 75 14 f seders.. 6 7 16 l cow loco t W 1 COW 600 4 60 1 hejfsr.... 740 6 78 t cows 860 I S3 3 heifers... 77h 6 10 8 cows KW 6 20 48 feeders.. 938 7 40 10 feeders.. 933 7 40 HOGS Receipts were very fair for a Monday, and with other markets report ing lower prices the local buyors started out bidding sharply lower. Shippers bought a small shs,re of the supply at figures that looked to be all ot 16o lower, and packers' purchases showed even more decline thMn that, being mado on a 10815c lower basis. During tho whole morning the trade was very draggy nnd at times was dead. It was nearly 10:30 o'clock before anything of consequence had been done, nnd at 11 o'clock there was still quite a few liads unsold. Hulk ot the sales wns quoted at 8.1.6038.88, and best lights sold ns high ns 38.KS, The demand was listless through out the morning and killer buyers made very little effort to trade. Supplies Amounted to about ninety seven cars, or 6.700 head, being almost double the slse of the run a week ago and nearly 3,700 head larger than on the same day last year. Representative sales: :::::: jo U::;::::i!J .!? .'S "J JM IS JSS ... IK 5 n; i a ts no s J " e s ss it mi .., 1 is 5? i iso sto its ' "S StO IN ft nt ... eta 47 w no sso tss io sis i sr so to M':::::;,;t ...Ik Sl.. ..1ST 140 SSO 11 jj no in S4 SOO SOO S SO 6S"..;.:M .'. I SS J JJ 19 to.. ,,... 140 SiS .1 ""HI "ii J ' in m ... ...ta w a u 41. ..... .SIS 40 S tO SS ISS 10 s so ST 141 ... S40 41...... .173 ISO 8 SO ss its 10 S lo 70.,.,. .SS4 110 S (0 s; s4 ito s ss SO 397 H III st tu iso s ss St.... . sti iso s ss 41. .,.,,.111 40 S70 SO Ill 140 S to is..,.. ..us ... iiti a..., .,1U ,. 1 H -, ... ,.A l SO ISO 14 Joj Jo SU 40...,.,.m 10 10 a! no 10 sts ss o ... sso !" " '5J " ; 'J :::::.! iS lit , at " " "S? '!a t atU l M II" ""gi !; 11 us too sso n...,...sss :oo sssvt " ?S JJ J U 8:::.:.:S iS iS S::::..:m tS S , SHEEP Trad continued 8JB.el21.ir, this morning as a normal supply of sheep and lambs changed hands steady to strong on lambs and generally 10160 higher on mutton. All hind ot killers wen In fairly good request, which helped the salesmen to dispose, of their holdings In good season. The fct that the quality of the offerings was u. little better thsn toward the close of last week stlmulattd competition betWeon buyers. Good to choice killing lambs sold at a range of 37.75M8.10. the latter prlca being top as agalpst 38.00 last Friday. 1-ambs formed by far the greater part of the re ceipts and the feeder end to them was about the samo as on most days last week. Feeder buyers wore well repre sented on the market and their orders were large enough to warrant paying good strong prices for tho general run of feeding lambs. About a doieu cars out ot thirty-flvo wore old stock, most of which were wethers, the supply of ewes and yearlings being very light. Most ot the wothers sold, around 34.6o4,03, with some from Idaho being carried a high ns 34.76. Homo Id4ho yearlings wero picked up at 35.76 and a bunch ot range ewes at 34.60. The total reoelpts toot up around 8,800 head, being only a little less than a week ago and a year ago, but a little larger than two weeks ago. Quotations on sheqp and lambs; Lambs, (rood to cholco, 37.6O98.90) lambs, fair to good, 36.607,80j lambs, fveders, 35.23U0.J3; yearnings, .range, t3,0OC,00t yearling, feeders, J.tSH.76; wethers, range, 14.000 4.76; wethers, feeders, 33.26flj8.75; ewes, huigo. I4.UOS4.60I owes, feeders. 82.7tr3.S0. No. y. Pr U yearlings 77 6 26 xl.ewes ,.,,...100 4 28 J pming wethers 98 4 63 241 Idaho lambs..,,, , go 7(3 l'l5ttho ,,anbs ..,. 8 8 25 ,Jf Xftom n wethers ,...123 4 60 nivJ0m "ethers.. ..-..,., ,m 4 60 t, Vi.otnlng wethers... .........131 4 00 iw! wethers.... '. 100 3 60 ' Wiom ng lambs 70 8 00 .Wyonllng bucks '.lis 8 60 US Idaho yearlings, 84 C 7S BOO Idaho owe,..r. , 100 4 to 48 cult ewes., .'.,,,,,. 62 8 00 117 Idaho wethers ,,m 4 75 848 Idaho iambs.",.....";;;;;,;;;; & J ll PCAOO tivn STOCK SIAnitET Cattle Slendy io Dime Lower, Host "iVenk. ifiW&PP' 3MX K-CATTI.E-Rccelpts, f5.VM' f7'15-; Toxes steers, $7.00 S-'v .Vejiorn stoers. 37.W8,SS; stpekew ly.tS?r, ,01-lWifows iindWels, JI.td9,fc;Roce,pu Hi001! hBtt1! markot, yeH! 616o lowor; bulk of sales, tS.mt in.ciua iteceipts, 19.0W) head; market steady to a shade hlxheri Jtt'.l'onlu hlY 8oot Mrlcet, ' t ' e-vt"! ttvuioo lower ixftiiiSSf' '.0WEr; 800(1 1 ch0lC9 t8ers. 8.00rti.25; stockers and feeders, 35.25 MVwinS08 an.a n'fers, 4.7M8.00; bulli, 8 60 v-ruy'v, wywn uu iioncrs, fl.XJp HOas-Recolpts. 7.400 head! market Steady; pigs and lights, t7.25o.h; mixed 47920. ' 9-a&V-25! KOoTheavy, 33,00 . f?EP AND LAMDS-necolpU. 6,800 head; market steady; lambs. 16c lower- hlUttona. MJJjfll ?R. Ll .r JZ30.lt Umbs, 34.8.i5. ' Kansas Cl Lire. Block Market. KANBAS CITY MO -July 14.-CAT- iS?ffel8?'i "oog l5e3 "1 c d.re"d .P2f L steers, I7.60&8.40; wwtren IwYf?" tT,lwttrS'i.B0"lf"irn steers, 33,50 i!v?vj. "S itwcn, .wwt,w: nulls. 5.2f4f7.00; calve, M.OM.(T ' aiuim- acu UAMi4-neceplt. 7000 0 S?r!"t?.F l,J5?J'XMi lambs, i3.&o fai .wiyftseSaw wcthem, 34-W1P - W V SV.V4V-TJ.4t Mt. Joseph Lire Stock Market. ST. JOSEP1I, Mo Juy 14. CATTLE .tlj. "I"1"1!, steady; steers, calVM. TLu&M. ' "w9''0' . a-"ecelpta 6,200 head; market. 60 t0n.l?2.40,we':LSp' W.86S bulk. 38.70tfS.85. head; market, firm; lambs, S7.75CfS.ls. London Wool Market. ' LONDON, July 14.-WOOL-At the wool fered. The smsJItr mlscellaneou catn- ,unu. ,.,caim,iii uiu witn a, 1 air de mand at unchanged prices. Coarse cross steadiest. lnfr(or grades wero frequently withdrawn. The series will bo concluded luiiiurruyr. Authorities Think Dr. X,W, Whitman Still Among Living That tho reported suicide of nr. -v w Whlttman nt Lopg Island bach Is a npx is th opinion of W. a. Cochran, posteffloo Inspector .of New York City, who U'ado a detailed renort nt Mm ln. veitlgatlon to United State Attorney V. K Howell In a letter received by the latter today. Mr. Cochran said the bay had been thoroughly dragged and raked and no uooy recovered, irurtner investigation showed that a man answering the de scription of Dr. Whlttman was uan th. day h,! clothe were found, carrying A ultcasa headed toward the water. Tho authorities all over tho country have been Ipstructed to search for Whlttman and place him under orreat should ho be jouna. wnmman is wanted 111 Omaha tu appear before the rrund turv nn answer charges of using the mails to defraud, Key to tho Situation Bee Advertising. WHEAT CROPJS HARVESTED Experts Are Now Watching Growing Corn of State. PROSPECTS ARE STILL GREAT llinTpvrr, Itnln Will ltt Needed AVIIIiln the Next Ten ISnys or So to Innnrc a Ilnmper Ytelil. Weekly crop reports to tho railroads, so far, as wheat Is concerned, Indtcato thnt In Nebraska the cereal la prar tloally nit harvested nnd much of It on the way to market, the yield being ctoso to tho bumper mark. Now tho railroad crop exports aro turn ing their attention to corn and whllo thy all admit that rain Is necessary within tho next ten days, the plant has not commenced to suffer except In a few localities. The Rurllngton's report thnt goes Into detail and covers the corn belt of Ne braska, puts the condition ns follows, ns compared with one week ago: Division. This Week. Last Week. Omaha 103 102 Lincoln 300 97 Wymoro 93 - K McCook 89 03 As to. pastures, they aro In fairly good condition, but In some spots they aro burned and feed Is becoming short, Water Consumed is Much Less and Costs Little Less According to Water Commissioner R, D. Howell's figures water consumers paid about (61,000 less tor water, metered and unmotercd, In 1913 than In 1912. This ex cludes tho South Omaha packing houses, where rates woro nearly doubled. The figures for tho two years stand! Endlnff Juno 90, 1912, 9,873; ending June 90, .1913, 8498,121. No consumption figures accompany tin statement, but It is known that tho metering of services has reduced the con sumption considerably, nnd with tlto in dreaso In tho rates to tho packing houses tta .cost to tho public, considering tho water consumed, has been decreased but slightly or nqt at all. 'part ot this reduutlon Is due to thi reduction ot rates, but only a itmall pnrt of U," the water commissioner hlmsolt said, Tho chief raductlon, of course, being due to tho decreased consumption. Backers Will Meet Here Thursday to Discuss Currenoy Representatives ot clearing hquso na tional bknks of ten cities, betweon tho Mississippi and Salt Lake City will meet lit Omaha July 17 to discuss the provi sions of tltej Wllson-Qlass currency bill." Victor IS ColdwolJ ot tho United Stutei National Rank ot Omaha, president of tho Omahifi Clearing Houso association, has sent out tho Invitations. "About tek cities will bo Represented," said Caldwell. "Our Idea Is simply to get at the provisions ot this bill, discuss ing them thoroughly." It Is UndoiWood that If tho bankers reach any agreement as to tho several provisions Of Uho hill they will recom mend changes tar support new provision. COMMITTEES NAMED BY THE HIGHJCH00L ALUMNI At tho meetlngW tho board of director of thp Omaha High School Alumni as sociation hold nt tho TTnlversltv rlnh Mnn. day noon, President Stanley M. Rosowiv- ter appointed the iroilowlng chairmen of committees:. Athletics, Harry Koch. '08; education, Cleorgo Porclval, 'Offl entertainment, Fred Dale, 95; munlclptlvaffa!rs, Brower Mc Cagu, '93; national affairs, Victor Rose water, '87. Mr. RoBewnter said that tho reason for tho appointment of tho now committees was to broaden tho scop of tho worle of the Association, Keep In touch with the high school and students closely, to assist the students In chooalnir thr, uni versities best fitted for future work, and do ot general help and assistance to tho graduatos of tho high school, it l ned to havo an annual dance during tho year in addition to other entertainment, An Auto Collision means many had bruises, which Duck len'a Arnica Halve heals quickly, as It does sores, cuts, burns and piles. ' 25c, For Bale by Ucaton Drug Co.-Adyertlao-ment. Make Your Face Young With Your Own Blood What really makes faces old looking U the weakening of tho racial muscles, Which causes tho skin, to fall In furrows and folds. A most effective troatment for aging faces Is afforded by a harm- le&a mnalr rnrmul nt .... tl i - -. i . i ll ' wh,oh an,y druggist can supply. The '. .i. .1 . . u,Dr mo entire race, m- 7 7 - am una, tvnilO It IS drying the muscular tissues and skin aro SI f nvmran I1 It. n . m .w""..."' "lw ";o uecomes round and firm like a rubber ball. Tho circulation In the tired underlying tlsuo Is Immediately Increased, as ovl denod.Sy ith0 healthy coloring of tha fSoeVi TAe lncrfaed blood supply give ment and nW while tho mask Is support- ... ,..,.. ., iiuiiuai aiuuiun. '.tne race lonkai ami fnnm m.tnU the mak is washed off with plain water In a halt hour or an hour. Used two or three times a week tho very noticeable by a slowly growing permanent improve ment Advertisement. PADfil 'HaJiVBSTBR wlttt Ulti; AlUoh vUHn ment cut ui tbfows In Ulea on tur- y..... .'r" a corn BVXTON ot JobattQvn. 0., writ: Th "uil. vtttr fata prcrtn all you elalm tor It; tho liar ttltir aaTjd ma orar SU In labor late yetri eons euttlss. I eut o.r 3W aUock.; will Wk, Twr buahtl oorq to a aback." laatlmanl.l. ... .... l?S.,Lr,Tlnj5Si2.F!fiurM 0 rTeattr. Addrau OCUAN STHAMSIHI'S, "OF TRHVEL" "f he km trattUtno U 1 9 mulalt Imagination tu T alitH, OKrf liultad ot tUniln? hn thing mg . f to ft at tm er "-Jehtwn, Wakt RMlltf t lb aaj iocka4 .Lawrtaot rU t tareaa. SfeJUunya satnxdayg Irm MQYrHEAL ft QUEBEC "taUSSHTIQ" lCAItT0" "IKUTOHIG "OAAOS., JUJc th fi'tamt Aevtt for Particular WHITE 5TARQ0MIN6H LINE VmOAQtX I