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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Few Traders on Weather Forecast for First of Month of June. CORN SHOWS SOME ADVANCE Considerable Liquidation by Longs, vlth an Eastern Demand nnit Only Small Sprinkling of Offfm from C'onntrj. OMAHA, June 2. 191. Foster, the weather man, announces that In -the great central valley whera rnost of the grain and cotton are pro duced, temperatures win rise from June i to June 13 and that a great hot wave with serlou drouth In the middle cen tral Valley Is expected to prevail most of the time from June 4 to' June 18, par ticularly from June 0 to Jurie 13, and covering from five to thirteen days, and that hot winds In the middle west are expected during that period. while the above was not generally known on the Bourd of Trade, the few who were In possession of tbe informa tion bought wheat on It Crop reports woro generally of a favor able character, but John Inglls In ad vices from northern Texas claimed he had found black rust In the wheat from Chickasha, Okl., south. He said that while It was not developed fully, It promises serious Injury; that the wheat Plant Is not as far advanced as current .uuiia muicaie; mat inrougn northern rexas many fields are badly down and all nave a dirty appearance. The John Inglls message acted as a help to the bulls during part of the day, put when the denial by the chief Inspec tor of Fort Worth became known, those who bought early sold out. The market, Instead of closing, strong, was cUo lower. Coin was a strong market and- showed advances of hic&c for the day . Thero was more or less liquidation by longs. The eastern demand was fair and the offerings from the country were small. There were many reports of army worms throughout the belt and this had more of less effect on "values. Oats were fractionally beter. The crop reports wero rather unfavorable and there was some buying on them. The provision market yesterday was fractionally higher -but tha volume of trade was dull. Cash wheat was unchanged. Cash corn was lc to U4c higher.. Cash oats wero unchanged to Mo higher. 'Clearances: . Wheat and flour equal to 242,000 bushels; corn, 25,000 bushels: oats, 14.000 bushels, i Today is a holiday In Liverpool. K . Primary wheat receipts were 427,000 H bushels and shipments 9S6.000 bushels, against receipts of 427,000 bushels and shipments of-673,000 bushels last year. Primary corn receipts "were 1.663.0M bushels and shipments 719,000 bushels, against receipts of 1,437,000 bushels and shipments of 345,000 bushels last year. Primary oats receipts were 940,000 bush els and shipments .652,000 bushels, against receipts of 1,346,000 bushels and shipments of 610,000 bushels last year. CARLOT RECEIPTS. Wheat Corn. Oats Chicago ...M ,178 Minneapolis 118 TJuluth i..,t 73 Omaha 6 Kansas City 3 St. Louis 1S 912 34S 144 116 I These sales were reported: "Wheat, No. - naru winier, i car sc; xso, 4 nam win ter, 1 car 87Wc. Oats: Standard, 1 car SSVic; No. 3 white. 1 car (choice), 38c, 3 cars 3Syc;4No. 4 white, 2. cars 3Sc; No. 3 mixed. 1 car 28c. Corn: No. 2 white, 1 car 6SKc, 2 cars 69c; No. 3 white, 1 car 6&?ic; No. yellow, 1 car 67c. 10 cars .wc; No. 3 yellow, 40 cars, 67o; No. 4 yellow, 1 car 66Hc, 2 cars StHic: No. 2 mixed, l?i cars 67Vc; No. 3 mixed, T cars ftc, 1 car 66V4c; No. 4 mixed, 2 cars 63er no gra.de, 1 car (oats mixed and hot) 66c, 17 car tec, U-car 63c. . Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard, S6SSHe; No. 3 hard, 85S7Mc; No. 4 hard, S0rt8?3Hc: .No. ,3 spring, S5H87Ho; So. 4 ipring. 83J6c; No. 2 durum, .,t6c; No. 3 durum; 84!4g5c Corn: No. t jUvhtte, 6969Vic; No. 3 --YFhltC, 68468?ic; No. 4 white, 664fi?ttc: No. 2 yellow, 67U 667c; No 3 yellow, 6667Vic: No. 4 yel low. 6Vii2Hc; No. 2, 6767tio; No. 3, 'wHSIWic; No. 4..64&6Gc; no grade. 60 c. Oats No. 2 white, 3SH39c; stand ard, 3SU3S?ic; No. 3' white, 33U3SV4o; No. 4 white, 37i39c. Barley: Malting, 62G60c: No. 1 feed, 4502c. Rye: No. 2. ift59c; No. 3, 6S6S4c .CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Features of the Tending and Cloalns Price on Board of.Trn.de. CHICAGO, June 2. Wheat prices turned upward today, Influenced largely by European advices of bullish crop condi tions and of diminishing stocks on hand. The market here closed steady at an ad Vance of '.42c net. Other staples, too, all showed gains corn, i?io to IHc oats HHo to HHo and provisions 12HQ1&C to 45c. Foreign buying of wheat futures here reached a sufficient aggregate to draw considerable attention 'and did much to prevent any important reaction in prlcefc. urowmg apprenension as to iuck of rain over important sections of the Canadian northwest seemed to offset in a measure the continued excellent general outlook for the United States winter crop. . Notwithstanding a good deal of profit taking by longs, the corn market quickiv absorbed lall offerings. Eastern demand was said to have Improved to a material extent, rural atdeka were declared to be exhausted except In- Iowa and northern Illinois, and it seemed to be taken for granted that serious competition at present from Argentina- was out of the question. , Oats trading waa chiefly of a. local character, with the "market firm in sym pathy with other grain. Estimates were current that the acreage this year amounts to LI per cent less than the total a year ago. . Provisions went up .gradually on ac count of western meat stocks having been reduced to 10,000,000 pounds during the last month. The figures on the world's stock of lard were also encour aging to buyers. ' Closlng-'prlces of futures ; Artlclei Open: High. I Low. Closa.Yesy Wheat July. ' Sept, Corn . i July.l .Sept.; Oats ' July. Sept, iPork S7H fSi 69 i7i 40H 3S ' July. 20 25 . 20 CO 19 s:ftj 19 so Sept Lam 10 00 8 87H Sent 10 1714 10 02141 R.iio i July. Sept. i 11 15 I 11 2241 11 27H 11 16 U 3714! 11 22U , Chicago Cash Prices-Wneat: No. 3 red. JS'ic; .No. 2 hard, W495ytc; No. 2 north fern, 97a9?c; No. 2 spring, SGJISSc. Corn; No. 2. 704871ic: No. 2 yellow, 7140.7214c; No. 3 yellow. 71V472c. Oata: No, 3 white, 43V&4'jf4c; htandard. 414e Rye: No. 2. Otic. Baney; SOiiflbc. Seeds: Timothy, M.76414.7J: clover. S10.00S13.00. Provisions: Pork. $20.23; lard. $3.87tt&9.0; ribs, $11,00 BUTTER Steady, creameries. 20flBl4o. . EGGS Steady; receipts. 24.704 cases: nt mark, cases lncluded.ltS16c; ordinary firms. niiQiiAc; ursis, iv.imsnc. . CHEESE Steady; daisies. KWIHIlr: twins, 14SHHc; Americas, isgliiic; long hornr, 1521 5Uc - POTATOES Higher: receipts. 30 cars; Michigan and Wisconsin, white, 88S7c; Michigan, red, 70S0c; Louisiana, new, POULTRV-AUve, lower; fowls. 13c. Kana Clty Grain and ProTlslans. KANSAS CITY. June 2. WHEAT XTash: No. 2 hard, 8314W14c; No. 3, OOVi; No. -2 red. 90oiHc; 'July. jSoHci September. SOHe. CORN-No. 2 mixed. 7046700; No.' 3. bsbiw; tto. j wnue, avjy?lc; No. 3, 6SHj701c; July, 70Wc; September. 67SC, OATS-No. 2 white. 41?ie42o; No. 2 mixed. vjfiic. BUTTBRCreamery, 23c; firsts, 21c; Kconai, ic; paining siock, lie. EGGS Firsts. ISc; seconds, 15c. POULTRY Hens. 12c, brallers, 27c. Jtlnnrapolli Grain Sfnrket. MINNEAPOLIS June 2- WHEAT ' July, 'Oh' . September ESVc cash. No 1 66T4 66i 39H 3S I 6H S7 6U 85Vi S5ft SSVi. 68H 604 67H CM4 67U 65 39H 40 89V4 3S 3St. 37'. 20 25 19 70 j 19 87V4 19 CO i 20 00 i. ...... i 9 87tfj . 10 02H i 9 97HI 8 70 I 10 16 9 87tt 11 22V4 11 ,W , I 11 32141 U 1214 1 hard. 9J1.C-: Cn. 1 nnrihrn . 91UMli.A- No. 2 northern. 90HO2Hc. Consnlft for tnnnitv. U v A. i tttr account, 74 ex. dlv. Bur sliver, dull; 2 613-lGd. Money. 2H per cont. . . Discount rntrn hnrt Mll ?T.S nr rant! thrco months, 2 13-16 per cent. NEW YOIIK GISNlillAIi 3IARKET f Quotation of the Pny on rtnrlou Commodities. NEW YORK. Juhc 2.-FLOUR-Stcadv : spring patents, II.MM14.6; winter straights. .-at..so; winter patcnu. J4.40JT4.70; spring Clears. Jl.OMI4.15; extra. No. 1 winter. t3.fS W3.S5; extra No. 2 winter, 3.40fl3.S5. WHEAT Spot, easy: No. 2 red. new, 9414c, c. 1. f., July shipment: No. 2 hard winier, ji.unj, c, i, r.. New York; No. l northern Duiuth, H.04, and No. 1 north ern Manitoba. J1.05. T. o b. afloat: Ju7v. 95 1-lGc; September, ?3',ic; December, 95c. tiui'a uuiet; state, common to choice, 1913. 4540e; 1912. 16flSe; Pacific coat. HIDES Steady: Uoeota. 29930c: Central America, 2S?;c. WOOL Steady; domestic fleece XX Ohio. 2Sc CORN Spot, easy; No. 2 yellow, SOHc; c. I. f. OATS Spot, steady; standard white, 46!447c; No. 3. 4646'.c: fancy clipped wjilte. 47HS 4314c. max steady; prime, Jl.is: No. l, tl.izto; No. . 2. 11.05; No. 3. 95cfiJ1.00: ehlDDlnK. 75$0c. LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 30c; seconds, 2S2Dc. . PROVISIONS Pork steadvi mess. 22.00O22.B0; family, j23.0026.00; short clear, $19.&021.5O. Beef, quiet; mess, 318.00 18.50; family, 119.008 20.00. Cut meats, quiet; pickled bellies, 10 to 14 lbs., U2.76 14.2u; pickled hams, $14.00. Lard, quiet; mlddlewest, $9.9610.Cj; refined, barely steady; continent, 310.35; South American, u.o , compound, auji. uUTTtilt creamery . extras, ZitflZPAr.', firsts. 2314JTWV4C: seconds. 234J-2EC: process extras, 21'21; ladles, current makes, lirsts, lystiavtc. CHEESE State, whtole milk, fresh, white or colored specials. 14Vic; average fancy. lSftQlic; skims, il4ioc. EGGS Fresh gathered extras. 23(B24c: extra firsts, 20ff23Vic; firsts, lH4ia'.4c; scconas, lBWowc. POULTRY Live, firm: western chick ens, broilers, SSc; fowls, 15S1514C; turkeys, 14gl41.c. OMAHA GENERAl. MAItltBT. BUTTER No. r, ltt. ' ctrtons, 27c: No. 1, 60-lb. tubs, 27c. OHEESE Imported Swiss, 28c: Ameri can Swiss, ,21c; block Swiss, 22c: twin. 18c; daisies. 18o; triplets, 18c; Young Americas, 19c.; blvie.. label brick, 17c; Urn burger. lb., a)c; New York white, 20c. F18H White. 18o; trout. 15oj large crap pies, 12c; Spanish mackerel, 16c; shad roe, Eer pair, tjOc; salmon, 21c; halibut, lie: uffalo. 8V4c; channel cattish, 16c; pike, 13c; pickerel 9c. POULTRY Broilers, 2Cc: , hens, 12c; cocks, 814c: ducks, be; geese, 8c; turkeys, 15c; plgecus, per dozen,' 90c ; . ducks, -lull featlierixi. 8c; geese, lull feathered, 8c; squabs. No. 1, )1.60; No. 2, 60c. BEEF CUTS-Wholesale prices of beef cuts effecthe June 1 are as follows: No. 1 lbs,'J75ic; No. i, 17c; No, 3, Kio; No. 1 loin. 19c: No. 2. 17?io: No. 3. 16c: No. 1 chucks, HV4c; No. 2 lie; No. 3, lOUc; No. 1 rounds, 1414c; No. 2, 13Ho; No. 3, 1314c; No. 1 plates, 9c; No. 2, 8V4c; No. 3, Sc. rKulTo oranges: isxira lancy tsun klst noval, 80s, $z.75 per box; 90s and HOs, J3.00; 120s, .3.25; 150s, 33.60; 176s. 200s. 216s and 250s, $3.60; medium sweet, 176s, 250s, 2SSs and 324s, $3.60 per box; extra fancy Glcndora Valenclas, 96s, 112s, 126s, 150s, 176s, 200s, 216s and 250s, 33.75 per box. Lemons: Extra fancy Golden Bowl, &Sa, SSOb, J6.00 per box; fancy Silver Cord, 300a, 360s, $5.50; extran fancy Sunklet Trail, SOOs, 300C, $5.75 per box. Grape Fruit: Extra fancy, 64s, $4.50 per box; 46s, $4.0u; 36s, $150; India River, 64s and 80s. $-'.- per box. Apples: Ben Davis, $2.00 per box; California Cherries, $2.23 per box; Cali fornia Apricots, $2.60 per crate; Califor nia plums, $2.25 per crate; California peaches, $2.25 1 per 4ox red and -black cherries, $2.25 per bdx. Cantaloupes: Cali fornia standards, $5.50 per crate; Califor nia pony, $4.50 .per crate. Pinapplcs: Cuban, 24 size. $2.75 per crate; 30 size, $7.25 per crate; 3S size; '$2.7tr per crate; 42 size, .$2.50 per crate; 4S size, '$2.60 pr crate; Florida, $3.25 per- crate, .Bananas. $1.75 to $3.50. per bunch, 'Limes, $1,75 pr VEGETABLES: 'Spinach, homegrown, 25c per bushel; cabbage, new Texas, 2c per pound: cabbage, Calif ornlai 214c per pound; onions, Texaa Yellow Bermuda. $2 per hundred; onions, crystal wax, $2.50 per hundred; peppers, tOcjler basket; to matoes, fancy Florida, $3.00 per crate; to matoes, choice, $2.60 per crate; cuciynbels, hot house, $1.W per dozen; beets, carrots, turnips, new, 66a per. dozen; celery, $1.50 per dozen; lettuce.: head, $1.50 per dozen; lettuce, leaf, 40c per dozen; Onions, home grown, 15c per dozen; radishes, -16c per dozen; parsley, 50c per dozen,--60c; garlic. Italian, 20c per pound: horseradish, $1,85 per case; pop corn, shelled, 6c per pound; cabbage plants, 76c per box; tomato plants, 75c per box; asparagus, honie grown, market price about SOc per dozen; new potatoes, 3c per pound; potatoes, extra fancy Colorado and Wyoming white stock, $1,10 per bushel, cauliflower, St. Louis, $2.60 per box. HONEY Nev Colorado, No. 1. 24-fratne. $3.00 per 'case. NUTS Salted peanqts, $1,60 Per case; No. 1 California walnuts, 18l4c per pound.; ptcans, 1214c per pound; filberts, i5o per pound; almonds, 20c per pound; popcorn, to per pound. MICELLANEOUS Sugar walnut-dates, $1.25 per box; crackerj&ck, $3.60 per case; hit case, $1.75; checkers, per case, $3.60; half ase, $L.7S. Corn and Wheat Region Bulletin. Corn and wheat region bulletin of the United States Department of "Agriculture, weather bureau, at Omaha.. for the twenty-four hours ending at 8 a. m.. 75th meridian time, Tuesday, June 2, 1914; OMAHA DISTRICT. Temp Rain- , Stnflnn Illeh. f.i-iu foil Obv Asniana, neD si z .00 Cloudy Auburn. Neb... 61 . uiouay Cloudy Pt. cloudy Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Raining Cloudy Raining Raining Raining Raining Cloudy Raining Cloudy Cloudy Clear Pt. cloudy Cloudy Clear B'ken Bow. Nb 77 Columbus, Neb. 77 uuiDertron, Nb. 7 Falrbury. Neb.. 84 Fairmont, Neb. 78 Gr Island, Nb. 78 Hartlngt'n, Nb 81' Hastings, Neb.. 77 Hdldrege, Neb. 80 Lincoln, Neb... 79 No. Platte, Nb 74 Oakdale, Neb.. 78 Omaha, Neb.... 81 Tekamah, Neb. 90 Valentine, Np. so Alta. la. 78 Carroll, la 0 Clurlnda. Ia.... 88 Sibley, la. 77 Sioux City, la. 78 Cloudy Minimum temperature for twelve-hour period ending at e a. m. DISTRICT AVERAGES. No. of Temp.- Rain District Stations. High. Low. fall. Columbus, O lx Louisville, Ky... 22 indla'polis; Ind 18 Chicago, 111...... 24 St. Louis, Mo.... 18 Des Moines, la.. 24 Minneapolis ..u 62 Kun. City, Mo.. 32 Omaha, Neb...., If 64 .00 61 .15 65 .00 63 ' .00 65 .25 64 .80 64 ,46 63 .00 53 .97 62 , .02 62 .01 64 .16 68 - .00 61 .00 58 .00 62- .00 65 ,00 63 .00 60 .02 61 .00 60 .00 72 48 .80 88 60 i .70 SO . 62 .20 76 48 .00 83 68 .60 tO 54 .00 SO fA .00 84 64 . .60 SO 62 .40 Conditions -ontlnued favorable for win ter wheat In the states west of the Mis sissippi river and in the northern portion of the belt to the eastward. In most states In the Ohio valley It Is suffering for rain and Is reported heading low. Con siderable damage was done' by Hessian fly in Illinois, and also to some extent in Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. In the west ern com belt, the crop is making good progress in the southern portion and planting is nearly completed. In the northern, central and south portions of the belt, east of the Mississippi river, dry weather has gr.etly retarded growth,' and late planted is not germinating. In mont western districts oats, hay- and pasturage have continued in good condition, but in the Ohio valley and southward the pas tures aro short. Jn the spring wheat' belt the weather was favorable and the plant continued excellent growth. L. A. WELSH, Local Foreca6'rt Weather Bureau. Cot$on JlJtrUet, NEW YORK. June 2.-COTTON-Fu-tures closed barely steady; July, 13.21c: August. 13.08c: October, 12.85c; December. 12.87c; January, 12wc; March, 12.73e; spot, quiet; middling, 1175c; gulf. 14.00c. NEW YORK, June 2 -COTTON-Cotton goods markets were firm and buying of print cloths was more active today A successful wash gnods 'distribution oc curred In one of the large Jobbing house LIVERPOOL June !COTTON-3pot firm, rood middling, 8 4d rn ddllng. 8 S6d low middling, 8 2&d. talcs, 8 000 hairs OMAHA LIYEJTOGK MARKET Best Grades of Heavy Cattle Strong and Others Steady. HOGS FIVE OR MORE HIGHER No Sheep of Anr Consequence Com. lno Moderate Snpply of Lambs at Price Strona to Ten Centn Higher, SOUTH OMAHA, June 2, 1914. Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Official Monday 2,002 4,411'' 2.741 Estimate Tuesday...... 3,400 9.&W z.tw Two rfav thl wmIi.. F. 102 13.911 6.314 Same dava last week.. S.JiS 17. CMS 5.797 Same days 2 wks. ago. M91 17.JI2 13,871 name aays a wks. ago. Y,ws ii,z Same days 4 wks. ago. 7,50rt 14.99.1 14,247 Same days last year.. 7,336 36,911 7.SD5 The fnllnwlnr tnhln ilmwi the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South Omaha live stock market fot- the year to date, as compared with last year: 1914. 1113. Inc. Doc Cattle 352.S02 369,46! 16.6G6 nogs 1.1,162,2(0 1.Z3I.WZ i'iiIU Sheep 897.134 8t9,304 127,830 The following table shows tha ranae Of prices for hogs at the South Omaha live stock market for the last few days, with comparisons: Date. I 1914. IM3.H91z.JilU.Ulu.19iW.il9w. May it. 8 19 I 8 221 7 65 7 IK 5 24 7 111 6 n May 15. May 16.1 May 17. May 18.1 May 19. Mav 20.1 8 23U 8 22 7 59 6 96 8 29h 8 241 7 CSr 6 961 8 S 7 ttil 6 a oi 7 Kl IS S4I 9 44 7 U2 6 8 2-lUi 8 2S S 19 S 331 7 60 ll Si0ll way a. May 22. 8 24 8 3t 8 29 7 43 9 41 7 01 6 38 5 37 8 17-S 7 45 7 4 7 46 5 64 7 00 .May Mnv 91 154 8 30) 5 M 6 62 9. 431 a -b Cu 6 16 5 23 5 28 6 27 8 39 9f39i 6 97 M.1V 2S 8 OGH r ftTt r 7 46! 6 701 9 19 7 10 5 8S( 9 14, 7 141 May 26. May 27. May 28. S 45 739' 7 32 7 26 8 01-Jt 8 42 8 03 S 37 7 &5V41 8 411 6 84 9 Z4 39 7 14 7 02 .May a. Mav SO. S 831 7 02 7 S7si 8 52) 7 18 8 H I 9 3S 6 25 May !1. June 1. June 2. 8 69 7 22 5 74f 9 S3 7 11 S3 7 111 311 7 141 6 35 31 7 14 6 35 7 S0' 7 6 m 9 6 76 9 7 Pt 8 45 Sunday. TtecelDts and dlsnosltlon of live stock at the Union stock yards. South Omaha, for twenty-tour hours ending at a p. m. yes terday: RECEIPTS CARS. Cattle. Hogs.Sheep. C, M. & St. P 2 Wabash i 2 Missouri Pacific 20 2 Union Paclttc 28 31 a C & N. V., cast 10 C. & N. W wcsL 25 15 1 C, St. P., M. & 0 18 8 C, B. & Q., cast 1 1 1 C, B. & Q west 18 2i 3 C R. I. & P., east........ 10 3 C li. I. & P.. west i Illinois Central 3 1.. Total receipts 144 135 12 DISPOSITION HEAD. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep Morris &. Co 433 1.645 690 bwift & Co 671 Cudahy Packing Co.... Si9 Armour v. uo tuti 2,411 2,555 946 653 1,1b J Ki9 7 JO J. W. Murphy Morrell 18 Lincoln Packing Co.... 3, Kay Packing Co.... Hill & Son 52 F. B. Lewis., 69 2li J. H. Bulla......... 2 werthelmer & Degen.. l Kothschlld ,2 Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.... 19 Christie 19 Hlgglns U Hutfman 18 Roth 11 Meyers .' '7 Tanner Bros 17 John Harvey 42 Other buyers 157 11 Totals 3.087 8,160 51,329 CATTLE Receipts were somewhat larger than yesteruay, although the total run .Was very moderate and the receipts for the two .days foot up only 6,400 htnd, being a falling .off., of. 3,100 head as com pared with last week, and the smallest of any week for a- long time back. Bcof steers, of good quality and weights were in demand at prices that were fully steady, and in some cases possible, a lit tle stronger. Choice .well finished beeves Bold xip as high as $8.75. On the other hand plain and unfinished cattle wero slow and hard to move. Cows and heltera were fully steady, but buyers, are cdmplalnlng that they are showing a good deal of grass and are nrft killing out well as a result. When buy ers begin talking that way as they do .every year about this season It Is gen erally token as un Indication of a break in the not distant tuturo on all but strictly dry lot stuff. The supply of stockers and feeders was very meager, and the feeling continues about steady. .-. ..... ... . . wuuiBuuuk on .aiiie uooa to prime yearlings, $8.0008.85? good to choice ucef iZiZ?iZ?: ""a"' ' 'f i" Boa oeer steers, !5-?2!-?0i co""non to fair beef steers $7.40B$.W: good to Choice enrnfori h.lf.r. E'Si0,' g0od 10 choice cornfed cowa, $7jQ0tf7.76; fair o good grades, $s.60ti 7.00; common to fair grades, $4.00finj.Cu; S-fL choice Mockers and feeder 7.75e.00: fair to good stockers and feed ers, $7.4037. ,5; common to fair stockers and feeders, $7.007.40: stock cows and heifers, $6.0v7.75; stock calves, $8.6oas.M: v.caLlvea' W.COtffll.00; bulls, ataga, etc. $a.i&7.5. Hepresentative sales: ilbhf' fiU'EERS. wo. At. rr. 1 V0 1 uj 7 ivii 7 tu I U T U) No. At. Pt. l(i I M .1M Jj til t li m si nr, u n M 10 M....11M I to ...,..1IU I U HIT I II 111! I IS Ut) t 40 ..,...1J51 140 mi 1 40 rat 1 40 Hit I 40 34 11 fit, 1 to .. til) 7 'li .. no ; Ti ,. 9 7 HO .'.MS 7 M ..iota 1 1)6 M tDJ ..1160 I 09 .. m i oo ,.1115 t 00 .. tl I 00 .. no i oo ..iota too .. 711 t 00 1 41... 6... It... 11... I. f ti... II. .. IT... 1... 1... 19... I... v'.'.'. II It 3 17. ,.1IU ..till ..1211 t 4t I 41 I 4 ,nii s 05 rt ins I to 1 ...... lilt I 4 6 10SS I to 21 103 I 10 II 1044 t 10 Zl .".1061 I 10 i ,...io9 i io 11.., liS I II 2 1114 I It IS 10JS I 15 I Hi IN to it rto ,....1111 17 un 11 1110 I M I M I u 14 )..IIt0 1(0 711 I 16 14 1110 t to 1411 I f) SO.......... ,.lt i 7S STEERS AND HEIFERS II..... f IS 45 9 II...... 10 MS 7 4ft 19 (t l it M4 7 C5 l, ,., TJI t 10 B49 I 00 27 Til 10 .tit 8 00 10 727 t 21 Ttl I 10 1 , ;;o i u im no i. .:.. .: :: 7t a M "0 t to I , , tU 4 B0 ,.. WO 4 to : teo 4 is 4. 1M7 tet 1. .1110 70 6 ,...1041 t t 2 , 11M t 10 H ,..1111 i to 1114 t S I... 1001 TOO ttl T 00 1 1171 7 OS f , WIS T 10 I T It I K 1U in t is 1 1250 T M 941 T IS I. ........... UJ0 T ( 1 120 t is 1 ;.- 970 t 25 15 1011 4 tS7 t (5 I It 1 IS'. ,.10S" 00 ,..1M0 t 10 ,.. 117 IE ,,, M0 t It ,,. UT 10 ,,. lit I 50 ,..120 t M ...10VI t V W.'.'.'.'. it'.'". .1017 I tO COWB AND HEIFERS. t .....175 Tit II W 7 2S 8TAGS AND HEIFERS. 10 til 2 ts STAGS. 1 1IM TTS 1...... I 1 , 1 410 IS 711 t 19 i. ...10M Tin ... TTI T HO ... 4t t : ... MO 1 11 410 T 00 1. 46 T It 1.. t 194H T M TS1 T 71 1 1T0 I 00 7 777 T 10 I 74t T M BULLS'. ... tU I 00 1...... 1...V" It....;. ttO I 71 . 110 I ?4 .12M .1270 W KM 4 .170 tA . tia . M 1 1170 ttl 1 1t0 90 1.' ..Itio t on . . IM T OA . -1TM T IS ..1010 7 t.. 1.. CALVES. , nt i oo i im m u 'T M 1 ., Mft , l IK 1 1TA 1A tA " ; iim JJ J iw li on M I itfiion I IM 1 1U II M ' 10 M 1 iri ,J M 10 'ft M 1 1A 11 m ... I" ' m li m . . w ln 1 , iw ii M 1 n li 727 7 a 9 30 9 set 1 06 1 Ulf -a f. -.rl., moder- tn- , J Tuesday about 14A cam. or 9 600 h.aH being received Tha' two day s total of 13,911 la 3,000 smaller than last week and 28.000 short of the extremely heavy supply reported on the corresponding days last year. Trade opened out strong this morning and during the early rounds shipper and speculators picked up quite a number of butcher and lightweight hogs that wero all of a nickel better than yesterday. j ai-ncre -ariy oias wero just n shaao higher, hut nothing sold on this basts Jtliil hfnru thAir 111 ik.i. t -. lhy were forced to follow the lead of , V. n .kill..... . . . I .. ... .m fiui'tir, to mill until JIIO OUiK or the supply began to move Values woro i U 11 T he n rf In tkrtv a ha. tivm. higher. After most of the orders had been filled things eatcd off a little and : at one tlmo on the close offers were weak to 5p lower than the early trad. ...... - . . . iv.uui i u cany i prices and as there were one of two buy- I "i" nveuou a lew loads to till i out their droves, prices finally recovered I most of the decline, so that while the late trade was draggy. the last sales wero made at figures that were very nearly aa BO'! he earlier market. Ihe bulk of the sales . landed at $7.85&J.SH. the longer Ktrlnif sell nir nt ; A .T . of loads .old a. high asTwv "the" Today's advance practically offsets Mok day'a break, altnough the averago Is still a pinch under Saturday. No. At. 8h. Pr. No. At. Sh. rr. 91 1T9 ... T ;c 2 112 iu !! .w ! m. "... :e ii . 5;: :.. Si m , li . Ill ... 7 HVl 4T......'..1M 7 t7u " "J f I? ...m iw WrU H 1W M 7 4 M.. I4 IM T ml 21 11 H0 T ft TO 247 190 7 512 ?? M T H Jl 241 Ml 7 I7U ' 3 7 IS 75 272 40 T S7H S:: .:::::SS 40 !S ? ' ihj. li'-: I ! ,52 I ? ? ? ! 4 fi i'J I 6S ll 140 t to J JJ n 194 ... 7 u M 10 T M 229 .,, 7 90 '7 961 40 T U 7 hi Ik 4 tJ. 1" 120 7 It 41 14S ... I J! 49 ; 42 t.V) ... 1H i! J 71 270 120 t M . Ji 11 l0 T n 71 101 .. 7 ts i! 1 JM 41 27t 120 ;W J" HI JOT M 11 )t ... 7 is f. J M 71 3(0 ltd 7 JJ jf ; T M 7T IM (l 7 0 I' I" 0 T M t ?st to 7 t " iJ ; M tat m 7 I J ,J K 10 too 7 H 77 5 OT 7H J4 its , ? ft 1 $70 40 7 M (H n M IK JJ Hi 40 T n 2-n HO 1 1 tl JM 1 T4 VI M 7 tTU TS JM 240 T -U 74 Ill t m ..i" .. Tim n. .:: ;Wt :, " 11 T Tlt t(l M n 7 ITH tO T 7U 1 Jn 4a 7 t-u 71 . . T 7H 7 tu ; J 1M . !0 40 T l-n .1....... I0 . T 7I4 f 1 . TITH T M TITH M... ., ,JM fit ? IS SHEEP-Owlng to the fact 'that the country keeps sending In light supplies from day to day the sellers continue to keep the trade In satisfactory condition, as today s trade was fairly active, with prices anywhere from steady to a dlmo higher. As for several days now it was largely a clipped lamb market, though there were three cars of California ?frlnP ,ftrrbs on hand, but nothing In the line n n rr.! ,i,,,n wi, 1 1- . u - .. i. 5m Pa better values In some cases they ,lu, ivii, uvcujr anxiuus ior any oi ferlngs pn that basis, and the trade lacked the snap that foatured the mar ket a week or two ago. As to the re ceipts, they were estimated at some 2,600 head. Mmnirarl u-ltv, j tti in nr..-..i... 9J521 two weeks ago and 4,428 on the cor- icwunumg nay a year ago. The first sales this morning were made about as early as yesterday, the prlc? OT1 CMnnMn Inmti Ftnarini bmaiihJ ? r5ts 8.25, the latter price being top and 7elng paid for the same kind of lambs that brought $8.15 yesterday. a saie or uanrornla spring lambs amounting to three cars brought $9,25. The- demand for spring lambs showed no apparent change, and not enough of them have been arriving on the market Of lAIA In AatnKltah niiA!tll.M. ,..... u - - -.......,.. , ug.auuiia, bllUUll what were here today sold In the same ,.u, oo un onino Hrnuo oi iamDa on Monday, quotations on sheep. and lambs; Shorn stock Lambs, good to' choice, $8,0008.35: lambs, fait- to good. 37.75Q8.00; yearlings, good to Choice, $6.90737.15; yearlings, fair to good, $3. 60356.90; wethers, good to fh?f' jS-86.; wethers, fair to good. $5.40t?5.65; ewes, good , to choice. $5.03 7.75; ewes, fair to good, I3.10fiT3.40. N. Av. Pr. 690 shorn lambs 76 8 V 184 shorn lambs , 71 7 63 ftVirifn I.mIi. 272 shorn lambs 7? 8 00 snorn lamos 78 s 15 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET Cattle Steady, rrlth Hos Five Cents Hlcrher. CHlfAf!0. .limn 1 fArpTr.1Pl.lnlu 2,000 head; market, steady: beeves, $7.25jp 9.25; steers, 16.8064M5; stockers and feed ers, $.3i(8.25; cowa and heifers, $3,70 e,u, viuvrn, 4l.WliJ.IO. HOGS-Recelpts, 14.000 head: market, strong, 5c higher; hulk of sales, $8.00iss.l0; i'il'x,7-?88-15! mixed, $7.85Q8.18; heavy. J7j65(ta.l2iij rough, $7.6?7.S5; pigs, $7.00jO r . - ....... .... i.cvgim, , head: market firm: sheep, $5.45t.33; yearlings, $45.25'7,30; lambs, $4,600x50; sprlngB, $7.00tff9.65. Knnaaa City LUe Stock Mnrket, KANSAS CITy. Mo., June 2. CATTLE Receipts, 6,000 head: market steady to 10c higher; prime fed steers, $8.6OS'l0.10; (4 tal A4 kaar & 4 . n ClKMl 4Ai ater, 7.258.75; aouthcrn Bteeri, J17Vft O is. 91 mijt- r. a..i aVia 2 $.OO4$r7.60; calves, $6.601310,00. nuuo-jvoceipin, it,w; maraei 6 ana lOp higher; bulk of sales, $8,003.15; heavy, $8,10S.H; packers and butchers. 7.T6. SHEEP-Recelptfl, 11,000: market strong to 20c higher; lambs, $7.00iao.00: yearlings, $6.2EfT7.O0: wethers. 15.Efrft6.25-. ntvrii. 14 VMIo 6.60. ' St. Lonis IjIto Stock Market. ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 2. CATTLE Receipts, 4,600; market strong; native beef steers, $7.6000,00; cows and heifers, $4.25rtjt).00; stockers and feeders, $5.COSfl.00; southern steers, $A.758.40; cows and heif ers, I4.60S6.65; native calves. $6.0ca9.60. HOGS Receipts, 9.9O0; market 6c higher: pigs and light. $7.00(86.25; mixed and butchers, $8.06(38.25; good heavy, $8.10(ff8.25. SHEEP-Reoelpts. 5,300; market strong: sheared muttons, $4.7506.00; sheared lambs $7.008.00. St, Josr.ph Lire Slack Sfnrket, ST, JOSEPH. Mo., June 2. CATTLE Receipts, 1.200 head; market steady; steers, $7.60rg.25! cows and heifers, $4.50 8.75; calves, $5.0089.00. HOOS-Recelpts, 6.000 head; market 6 10c higher; top, $8.18; bulk of sales, $7. 08.10. SHEEP AND LA M BS Recel pts, 3,000 head; market steady to 10c higher; lambs, $7,6039.00. ' Slnnx Cltr Ll Stork Atnrkrt. SIDUX CITV. Ia.. June 2. CATTLE Receipts, 1.2C0 head: market 10c lower! native steers, $7.4538.80; butchers, $3.0)0 8.40: cowe and heifers, $5.70717.40; canners. J76; calves, $8.coSi0.60; bull. stagS; llOOS-Recelpts. 6,000 head; market 7.S8; fight. $7.80C7.82; bulk, $7.827.87Vi 8HEEP-Recelpts, none, St. Lonli Gencrnl Market BT. LOUIS. June I -WHEAT No. 2 red. 94fl94c; No. 2 hard. 9J0O7Wc; July. SSHSWic; September, 8JHc. r CORN No. 2, 71c; No. 2 white, 73fJ73Mc; OATS-No. 2, 4OH04OHo; No, i 2 white, 1. 1 re Stock In Slant. Receipts of live stock at the five clpal western markets. , ... Cattl Ho South Omaha J.409 ,sui) Chicago i., , 2,000 14,000 Kansas City ,. 6,000 12.000 St. Louis 4,600 v.SOO Sioux City 1,200 6,000 prin Sheep 2.M0 13.000 11,00) 5,300 00U -Total , 45.2C0 60,400 31.800 London Stock Market. LONDON, June 2. American securities were quiet at Irregular price changes dur ing the early trading today. At noon values ranged from above to below parity Perslftent Advertising Is the Hure BodA to Business Sweet. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET! Heavy Trading Has a Tcndenoy to Drive Entire Line Downward. LOSSES ARE A POINT OR MORE -1 Knrlr in the l)n- Missouri Pnrltle S ho Tin Some Strength, lint on IIIr tlfferlnKB K1U IlncU. NEW YORK. Juno, 2.-A definite down ward movement of slocks occurred tooay with a larger volumo of trauma than dur ing the reevnt doadlock sess.uns, In which the price level wan virtually uhcilangcd. 'ihe market opened at Iroctlonal reces sions, un Increased offerings quotations fell away steadily until lit many cases the losses ran to a point or more. During the afternoon prcssuro i fluxed, but tho un exhibited no recupcraiivo power, holding near the low level, New Haven again figured conspicuously In thu dealings. Steady soiling or this stock, Iniluenceti apparently by the re cent disclosures In connection with the Ntw Haven Investigation, forced down the iiuotatlun two points to a new low record at 63ty. Missouri Pacific began the day with a display of strength, on nccount of the completion of the plan for extension of tha company's matured notes, It rose n point at the outset, but the advance brought out Increased offerings and It soon fell back again, Heaviness of the coppers was associ ated with the toweling of metal prices abroad, and the Increase In foreign sup plies shown In the fortnightly report. Strength of state and municipal bonds failed to sustain railroad Issues, some of which declined In sympathy with specu lative selling of Hock Island lions. Total sales par value, $1,750,000. United States 2s registered declined H on call. Number of sales and leading quotation!, on stocks were: Pt(l. llltti. Low. clou. AmaUimitM lVrpr ... 14,000 H 10 '4 71'. Amrr can Agricultural MH Amrlcn lil Sur.... oo M li Si4 Amrlen Cin t,i 2!i 2ti 2S Amfrlfin cm tM. , ,, to Amorlcin V A P SO) MM M to Amfrlcin Cotton Oil., 41 Am. let SevuMtle 1,400 31H MH lS Amfriciin i.iniiM , ...... ..... ..a., if American IxienmollTe ... ..... It Amrrltun 8, A It 1.400 M 2H 1 Amfrlcin fi. it. rtd loi4 Amw. Hunr llrinln , .... 10T Amrlcu T. & Ti 400 111 ltm 1UW Amfrlfin TobJCto 2M K 27k 114 AnneoncU Mijolnn Co.... 1,000 S1V 11H SIS Aicniton J.im ih i Atchlnon fti '.,,... fOO lOOH 1C0S lOOK, AtUntlo Ctt Lin ..... 1I1H Dalttmar A Ohio.., 2,101 MH M tlj Delhlehtm FMI too 41U 41 40K IlrdfiklTn nipta Tr....... 1.4M DIU tlV t2. Cannrllin rsrlllo 1,000 115'i lMt lllVi Ontml Ulhrr 1,700 Ut, it lti rhrnnf.k. A Ohio...... 1.M0 tlH IIU II Chlcusn O. W .100 11 II 11 rniraKo, m. m. r.... i.e" vh tm nv, Chlctto A N. W W0 110V 119U IMS Colorado Fuel & Iron.,.. 200 27 27 SK ConMlldatMl Gaa ....... 100 m 111 IM Corn Product m Iti IS IS IHlawaro A Iludann 100 14tT4 141 141 rfnrr & rtlo Orande ,, US InTfr & R, a, pfd V niftlllfri' fffcurllln , 14 Erie 1.100 US 11 !' Rrl Ut r(d 41X Erie M rM MS Ofnfrtl Klfftrlo , ltiVi Orl Northern pfd UV) KlU U3 151V Orcii-. Northrrn Or ctfi. WO. 31H UU II IlllnolT Cfnlral 110 lnterborouh Mit , 100 IIS 14H 14l( Inter. Met. ptd 00 61 tlH (IS Inttrnatlonal lUrTfter 105 Intfr-Mtrlno tM 11 Intfrnallonal Pnpr TOO IS H "4 tnltrntf.lnnal I'limo , 3 Kaniaa Cltr Southern , !U Laelrdt. Gia I4S IrthUh Valley 1,200 1S K Wi IxiuIhyUU A N-aahTlhr 1S M . 61. P, A K. Kit, M. I'M 12S ISl'i 1U MliwouH. K. & T 17 Mlatourl Tacllle 11,600 lis US US National niacult , 11014. National Lrsd ,.. 44 n. ru rt. of m, 2d rid., in, New York Central l.tOO IIS 10S MS N. v.. O. 4V w a Norfolk Ac Wertern 101S North American l.S'10 110S 101 S lots Paclllc Mall i.t ,. ,, 22 S TennarlTanla 1,700 HIS HIS 111 People'a On tCO' 12014 IMS ISO r.. c. c. a pt. t...; ; im rittaburgh Coal ..... US Pra!d IV.eel Car 41 Pullman Palace Cr.... ..... H3 Tteadlnit Jl.tOO 166 IMS IMS P.epublle Iron A Steel 12S Ilerubllo 1. A 8, pfd. ' UK nock laland Co ., 2i Rock laland Co. ptd 1,101- 4S. 4S 4U Pt. K at 8. P. 3d ptd IS Seaboard Air Une 200 II II US Feaboard A. U pfd 1C0' SIS tl MS Sloi-Shf field fi, & 1 24 Southern Pacific 6,irq D2S IIS IIS Southern Itallwar , 400 2IS 24S 2IS Bo, nallway i!d...f , T9S Tenneaaea Copper ....... 005 sis US IIS Teiai A Pacific (00 its IIS H Union Pao'flo .. .,, 11,400 IMS 15IS IMS Union Pacific pM , tju United fitatr. Itealtr t) United Platen Itubber. ... 200 MS IIS US United Btattl'Ktf!,.,,,, 1J.700 COS l IIS If. 8. Steel ptd , 210 lfltS 10DS KIU Utah Copper 1,90 SIS MS' M Va.. Carolina Chemical , ..... 2IU Wabaah , Wahaah pfd , is Weatern Maryland , US Wertern Union ...... ..... ...r. 1S .Weatlna-houae Electric ... , 7IS Whelln & lAkt Erlt 3S Chlno Copper 1.1)10 41S 41H 41S New Htyen , 11.900 M iu fftir con. Copper M1 3U1 11 11 Total aie for tbe day. HI, 000 aharet. Jie.r "Vork Htnnry Inrkrt. vtxv i-nmr inn. uhmpv r.n steady! lait?l per cent; ruling rate n per cent: closing bid. HiOlTi ner cent. Time loans, stAdy: sixty and ninety days, 2H per cent! six montha. JVi per cent. MEHCANTILK PAPErt-aJ04 per cent HTisitLiiisu KAutuHUK-Finn: sixty days, $4. 8610; demand, $4.850; commercial. DIMS. Jl. ." SILVEU-Bar. 66'Ac:, Mexican dollars. 43Hc. nONDS Government: steady, railroad. irregular. Dank ClenrliiRi, mi a ir a t.ma rt.-i. i Omaha today were $3.142,638, W and for the corresponding day last year $3,107, 251.16, Coffee Market, NEW YOIIK, June 2. COFFEE The market opened steady at on advance of 7 Oil points this morning in response to nigner European cables, a further ad vance in the coat and freight mark 6 1, moderate European buying, and a re newed scattering local demand. Rather a bullish visible supply statement prob ably helped prices, but there waa con siderable realizing and prices eased off slightly during the day with the close steady at a net gain of 2Q-8 points. Sali, 60.0CO bags; June. 8.92c! July. 9.02c; Sep tember. 9.22cj October, 9.31c; December, 9.4SC! January. 9.63c: March. 9.64ci Mav. 9.70c Spot, firm; Ulo No. 7, 9c; Santos mo. , izc. miici, quiet; uoraova, 12HJ 16c, nominal. I Metnl Market. NEW YOIIK. June :,-METAi.8-7vead: Quiet at $3.&VQ3.95; London, 19 2s 6d Spelter; Quiet At $S.tr.ff5.l5; London, 21 !?. rM . cPPr: Dull; spot and August, $13.50314.00; electrolytic. Jli.25; lake, nomi nal; casting, $l4.00rl4.12H. Tin: t'nset tled; spot, $30.25030,66; August, $30.80. 30.40. Antimony; Dull; Cookson's. $7.25i 7.37H. Iron: Quiet:. No. 1 northern, $1S.OOU 1B.W; No, 2, $14.7615.23. London Prices Copper: Easy; spot. s 3d; futures, 62, ls Oil. Tin: Weak; spot, 13S; futures, 140. Iron. Cleveland warrants, 51s Cd. BT. LOUIS. June 2. M ETA LS Lead : Quiet at $3.603 3.82'.. Spelter: Quiet nt Mandamus to Allow Inspection of Books A mandamus suit In which an account. Ing Is asked from Joseph L. Padrno, president of the Bohemlan-Amerlcan Publishing company, has been started In d striot court by Joseph Plvonka, a stock, hoider. Tho company has a capital stock of $10,000. Mr. Pivonka alleges In an affidavit that under the present management no divi dends have been declared and that tho Indebtedness of the company has been Increased $3,000, although the business ap pears to be tn a flourishing condition. No explanation of this condition haa been made by the defendant, tha court Is Informed The rlalntlff asks that Mr Padrnos be ordered to allow an lnf oection I of the books. Oreighton Medical Faculty Going on Their Vacations Several of the members of the Oreigh ton Medical college faculty are leaving for their summer vaeaton, and a number of add.tlons are planned for next year. Dr. J. 8. Koctc, professor of histology and pathology,, left last night for tho m.thsoniau Institution, Washington, D.C., where he will visit with Or. HorgllckH, head of the Smithsonian department of anthropology, and make Arrangements for tho publ.catT(ln of his hook on his original work on bones, br, Foote has won wide distinction for his microscopical work on bones of all races and species, 1 and last year received frcqutnt notable mention from the scientific papers of tho country on his rtstarch work. Following his work at Washington. Dr. Footo will spend a month at New York City In research work. Dr. A. A. Spoor, resident pathologist at Rt. Joseph's hospital and member of the Crelghton faculty, left yesterday for the south on a vacation of two months. Dr. 8poor waa until recently Instructor of bacteriology at Crclshton, but with tho Installation of & more efficient system of microscopical examinations at both tho school and hospital, took up his perma nent residence at St. Joseph's hospital. Beginning ntxt fall, he will teach the up per classmen In practical work at the hospital mornings and at (he school dur ing clinic hours tn the afternoon. Dr. Spoor' Is ft Michigan man and only joined the) Crelghton faculty a year ago. His place aa bacteriologist will be taken by Dr. H. C. Connett, who has acted as assistant to Dr. Hugo Wlghtman during the last year. Dr. Connett Is a graduate of Johns Hopkins. Another man will be secured to assist Dr. Wlghtman. Pupils of Brownell Give Annual Musicale i Commencement exercltea of Brownell hall, at which seventeen girls will gradu ate, will be held at St. Matthias' church, Tenth and Worthlngton streets at 10:3.) o'clock today. A commencement luncheon will follow at 13:30 o'clock after which the girls will start departing for their homes to spend the summer vacation. Last night the pupils' musicale, biggest event of its kind of the scholastic year. waa held at the hall and was attended by about 150 frtenda of tha pupils and lo cal music lovers. The program was as follows: PART 1. (a) "Vesper Bells" Krogmann lb) "The Water Sprite Heller Frances Roberts, Pupil of Miss Bell. Polonaise C minor Chopin Belle Young, Pupil of Mr. Lundow. (a) "Who Is Sylvia' i....Hhubert lu) "Vlunlled" Shubert Naomi Towle. Pupil of Miss Munchhotf. "Cantlque d'Amour" Liszt Lydla Dawson, Pupil of Miss Bell, PART II. "L'alouette" Gllnka-Balnklreff Maud Robertson, Pupil of Miss Bell. Bird Bongs The Wood-Pigeon, The BUrllng. The Yellow-Hammcr. The Wren, The Owl Llxa Ichmann Genevieve Brooks. Pupil of Miss Munchhoff. (a) "Venttlenno".., Oodard (b) "Romania" ,. I. ...Sibelius Marv Hlstnbotham. Punll of Mr. Landnw. (a) "A; Dream" Bartlett (b) "Jo teux vlvre" Oounod veima Button, Pupil or Miss Muncntiarr. la) Largo from Sonta On. 2. No. 2.... Beethoven (b) "Au Lac de Wallenatadt" Liszt (c) "La Regata Venezlana" Liszt nuwi ueeaner, i upu qi nr. ionaow. Miss Anthe was accompanist. AD CLUB DELEGATES ARE CHQSEN-FOR TORONTO At a special meeting of the executive committee of the Omaha Ad club Monday afternoon, delegates wero chosen to rep resent the club at tha meeting of the) As sociated Advertising Clubs of America at Toronto, Canada, June 21 to 28, The dele gates named are Victor White, chairman; O, W. Pratt, delegate-at-largn; Pamutl Rees, Jr.; W. Q. Cleveland, A. U Uor slum and Frank Bullta. The club will pay tha expenses of the chairman and delegate-at-large. The Ad club at Ha last regular meeting voted to procure a salaried secretary, and , the executive committee Monday selected O, W. Pratt for the position. Mr. Pratt is an attorney, and will do tho legal work for tha club's vigilance com mittee and assume tha duties now taken csro of by the secretary, treasurer and recorder. The club will maintain an of fice and probably procure a library of advertising literature. AUTOMATIC SALES DEVICE SAVING GUESTS MANY TIPS Pity the poor bellhop. Since time Im memorial he haa made a good living from tips for doing errands and servlcei fot' hotel guests. But now a heartless, soulless automatic machine being intro duced in Omaha threatens to put nlm out of business, By simply dropping a coin and pulling a lever, the machine will furnish to the guest, right In hla own room without a second's notice, a brand new toothbrush, a tube of shaving, dental or cold cream, a bottle of llsterlne or headache powdbr. a can of talcum, or a safety razor. The new machines are being Installed In every room ut Hotel Rome this wee't, and other hotels are also considering their advantage. They are recognized as a convenience to guests, and ara frankly admitted to be ture tip-savers. And so the bellboys really should worry, CLERKS MOVED DOWN ONE FLOOR TO SAVE TIME It Is to save time rather than to re lieve tho elevators at the Union Pacific building that the equipment of the eighth and ninth floors Is being moved about. Although the elevators carry some 0,000 pertons up and down dally, there haa been no congestion of the elevators. The newest move is for efficiency- Just because it takes a clerk a minute or so to go from one floor to the other, the whole equipment la being moved from tho olghth to the ninth floor, anil from th ninth to the eight floor to save time. Tabulating machines were formerly located on the eighty floor, white the records were kept on the ninth floor of the building. Just how much time wll be saved by tho move ts not exactly known, but It is said to be sufficient to warrant the move, which will be com pleted this week, Iovra IMeiT Notes. DfcNISON-TTh'e golden wedding eel, bratlon of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore AValker took place Saturday afternoon at their homer In this city. There was & throng of friends who cajjie with appropriate gifts. Mr. Walker and wife were married ut Chicago, May so, 1564. DPNIBQN-A. very light primary ote waa cast In' Crawford county, but returns meager First ward, penlson. Savage A Cummins, 27, Meredith, 28, Connolly, 19. Third ward, fJen'aon Savage, 4S, Cum mins, 31 Manila Savage, 48, Cummins. M Ularka. !. 13. AFFAIRS AT SOOTH OHA Enlargement and Better Euintnent cf Hospital Planned. D00T0HS ENTERTAINED TONIGHT Modern EmrrKPtiey Word Will Be nstntitlsliPil nml MnO.tnitr De partment Added alias Vlia Rfrnld Hrxlstim Place. South Omaha hospital ft to he enlarged and equipped with a. mofiern emergency ward and maternity hospital. Tho Court ney property at HOS North Twenty-fifth, street, directly across from the hospital proper, haa been leased by the board of trustees and will be fitted up aa a nurses' homo nnd maternity hofpltol. The trans fer of tho maternity hospital and the nurses' quarters from the hospital build ing proper will give the trustees tho needed room for an emergency ward In the old building. At present the South Omaha hospital has no emergency ward and consequently the authorities are put to It at times for accommodations. Tho new building Just leased la but the beginning of tho ex tension' and advancement of the hospital. This evening, at the Atlas cafe, th board of trustees and tho physicians and surgeons of tho city will meet to discuss tho plans for enlarging the hospital and for the organization of a medical hospital staff. Refreshments and a light lunch will be nerved for the occasion. t'onnotl I-norra Miller. August Miller, being something nf a plnochlo player, came back at the city fathers last ovenlng on the paving of Thirty-third avenue from L street to Boulevard, after having argued the council out of countenance a week ago on the subject of Sarco and Its value as a paving material. At the time the council designated Barco as the material to be used, although August said the ma jority of tho residents in the district em phatically did not want Sarco. But tha council designated the stuff, anyway, aa la their leRtil right. Last night August presented a petition asking the council to reconsider Us act of a week ago. August wanted the coun cil to designate somo kind of brick, Which he said the property owncra would havo had except for a technicality which mado their former" petition void and gave tha council the right to choose the material. Councilman Lavelle last night moved tho Miller petition he stricken from the rec ords and tha council carried tho motion. raving bonds for the paving of Nine teenth street. O to H: Thirty-third ave nue, Lt to Boulevard, and K street. Twenty-second to Twenty-fifth, ware ap proved. A petition to grade Thirty-third street from Q 'to T streets was presented. Miss fltsKcrultl nrilfzna. Miss Majtme Fitzgerald, principal o Lowell school and one of the best known teachers of South Omaha, resigned last night at the meeting of the school hoard. Miss Fitzgerald, It Is understood. Will give up teaching pcrmamently. Tho board appointed Mlsa June Slocum of Washington school to succeed her, and Miss Lulu B. Matthew was appointed to Washington school to succeed Mlsa Slo cum. . Beginning Juno 15, the school Janitors will he laid off for the aummcr. Mlsa Adel Davis was elected to the assigned list of teachers. The board meeting was a short one and adjournment was taken early. Falls ThroiiKh Shaft. Edward Sodonka, 19 years old and resid ing at Fortieth and Q streets, fell through , a two-story elevator shaft ut Cudahy'a yesterday afternoon, sustaining Injurleu from which ho may die, Sodonka is an employe of the tlnahop department at Cudahy'a, His fall caused him a broken right thigh, bruises and Internal Injuries. Doctor A. Alllngham attended him -nl sent him to tho South Omaha hospital. Mrs, Anne Deman, 63 years of age, died yesterday at her residence, 108 North Twenty-second street. She la survived by three sons and three daughters, bhe was a member of the F, W, A. So. 341; the S. P. J. N. No. 374; F, C, D. No. IS, and W. C. No. 7. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from the late residence of the deceased to Qraceland Park cemetery. Mastic City flosslu. rn, (3rtMA rafrlcerntor. Iron bed. one 'dresser, a gas range; all tn good condi tion, liwo v. in The Mystic Workers of the World will meet this evening at the Oddfellowa' hall at Twenty-fourth and II streets at 3 o'clock. The standard bearers at tho First Methodist Church will meet this evening at the home of Mr'a. Fred Sutter, 2SQS A street. The board of trustees of the South Omaha hospital will hold their regular monthly meeting at the hospital, Twenty, fifth and a streets, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. An Ice cream social wlU be held next Thursday evening at the First Methodist church, Twenty-fifth and E streets, a class of the young children of the Sun day school taking charge. Final examinations for the seniors will begin this morning at the high school at 9 o'clock. Commencement exercises 1ll begin next Monday evening and continue throughout the entire week and part of the next. MRS. BUSCH IS ALLOWED CLAIMS AGAINST ESTATE RT. LOUIS, Mp June t-Mra. 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