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rUE' BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JUKE o, 1914
11 OFFKUKD FOR KENT iruriiii-ia r:nf FURNtSHBD houso for rent, 1M& Spencer !t. Tel. Web. 1133. 7-ROOM, newly furnished house, 1 block from Field olub. Call II. 1731. . 6-ROOM completely furnished house. 1B01 Blnney SL Webster 3M. Knrnlahrd Housekeeping: Iloom. DAVENPORT 2018, TWO FURNlBtUSD LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, $5 AND 14 a WEEK, 725 8. 1STU ST. Housekeeping and sleep ing rooms; modern house. Phone Tyler 1021-W. 4 well furnished. Phone Webstar 1Vj2. .Everything now. 2 and 4-room apart ments, furnished complete, modern, $3.60 week up. flee these last. 2618-24 DvnprL Kurnlnhetl lwin. LARGE cool room with excellent board $5 week; shady porencs. lawn, iuit. aj. PLEA8ANT rooms, private family, 82$, Park Ave. Untarnished Rooms. THREE oxcellent strictly modern rooms; walking distance. 2813 Poppleton Ave. llatcla and Awartmcnts. I3QQOB HOTEL Modern. Reasonable, OQDEN HOTEL, rooms $3 per week. Council Bluffs. CALIFORNIA Hotel, 16th and California, Weekly rates $3 and up. Douglas 7W3. llonara nnd Cottages. Jp RTi'ITM'i Exp. Co., piano & furnl . Kj. XUViU turo moving D 6148. W.274S ' J42.50 Uric. 13w S. ioUx St., just north of Farnain. Owner, 20 Raroge Bide. . "none Douglas 3221 7-ROOM bouse, facing Hunscom park, , modern. $37.60. Phone Harney 1565. NEW and nitty 6-room burgolow, KounUe place. 3007 N. fid, $30. Will re autre lease. FIDELITY! rtitorage and Van So. Goods stored. ' m n v a A. nnck4 ttlppea. Ibth and Jackson SU. Doug. 1316. EIGHT-ROOM, all modern home. 923 South 25th St., $33. FREE RENTAL. LIST. , Complete "for rent" lint of houses. I apartment s and flats on file ht our office; " no charge whatever. Union Outfitting Co., 16th and Jackson Sts. FOR BENT We have a complete list of all houses, apartments and flats that are for rent. This list can be seen free of chargo at Omaha Van .ft. Storage Co.. EOS a 16th St 13-ROOM modern housu with barn; hue .water heat. 2618 Harney St. Inquire T. ,J. O'Brien. IL 1094. D. 1216. t-ROOMH, all modern, nearly new, cheap to desirable tenant. Harney 6317. MAGGARDSsTS , & ships household goods Se pianos. D. 1438. Hnnans In all parts of the city. "t,uat-H Crelgh Sons & Co.. Bee Bldg. FOR RENT All modern 6-room bouse, JS17 No. 20th 8t. Tel. Web. 697G. (20.00 6-room all modern stone bungalow, oak floors, on cor line, near school. Phone Douglas SOU. ' (-RO0M modern, first-class, condition. " 2310 8. 30th, 2 blks. south .from Hansoom para, m. 6-ROOM house, all modern, near cars, Dundee. Phone H. 2CS8. 6-r., modern; 2519 Jones. Douglsa 7068. FOR RENT In Bemls Park. Reception hall, living room, has fireplace, dining room with china closet, kitchen and pan ' try downstairs; four chambers with largo closets and bath tip. Phono Webster loQO. Stores nnd Offices. . Offices aro Extra Cool nnrl JEasiest of Access in the IT Bee Building (The building that Is always new) AFew Rooms Aro Available Now ' : ' Lot Us Show You What Wo Have Office,, room Jos. REAL ESTATE 'VARM A RANCH- LAMPS FOR SALES Iotra. FINE 40-ACRH FARM, 3 miles of Council Bluffs, all good garden land except a few acres, which Is In bear ing grapes; on good 'road. Has 8-room house, barn, waterworks, 6 acres vino yard, 5 acres orchard, 6 or 6 acres alfalfa. Nice, sightly location, largo lawn and plenty of native shade trees. Will sell as one place at $9,600, or sell 20 with Im provements at $6,000; other -20, 4,0MJ. This is a good place, well located and worth the price. M'OEB REAL. ESTATE CO., 106 Pearl St.. Council Bluffs. Indiana. NORTHERN Indiana farms cheap; rich soil, fine buildings, good locality. Small farms. T. h Andrews, 6312 Magnolia Ave.; Chicago. . Minnesota. FOR Sale 260 acres. 46 miles from Min neapolis, 1 mile from town: 160 acres under cultivation, balance used for pas tures; can practically all be cultivated; heavy soli; go6d set buildings, consisting of 8-room house, large barn, granary, corncrlbs, etc.; the land will produce CO bushels of corn per acre; telephone In house: country thickly settled; complete set of machinery; 27 head of stock, con sisting of eleven cows, balance 1 and 2 ' year-olds; six good horses; 25 hogs; chick- ens; one-halt ot this year's crop and everything on the farm goes at $50 per acre, halt cash, Schwab Bros., 102 ) Ply. mouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn. If you contemplate buying land in Min nesota, write us for list of dependable firms. State what county you are In terested In. MINNESOTA FARM LANDS' ASSOCI ATION (Incorporated). 717 Palace Building. Minneapolis. Minn. THE OFFICIAL, LAND MEN'S ORGANI ZATION OF MINNESOTA. TODD County ot creameries, corn and clover. For fnformatlou write Van Dyke & Van Dyke, Long Prairie. .Minn. CHOICE Improved farms for sale In . Minnesota's corn belt. Write for list Troll Land Company, Farmtngton, Minn. Nebraska. FOR SALE Best large body high-grade. medium-priced land In Nebraska; very little money required, C, Bradley, Wol bach. Neb. o 1100 LAND FOR ISO PER ACRE. 240 acres Merrick Co., Neb., (-room house, large barn, granary, corncrlb, well, fenced and cross-fenced; 00 acres wheat. 20 acres oats, 40 acres corn, balance hay and posture; Mtg.. 112.600 at S per cent. Nordqulat & gtorek. 323 Neville Blk RANCH FOR BALE. 1920 acres, all fenced and cross fenced; two good wells and reser voirs and tanks; 200 acres under :ultlvatlon and fencod In three pas tured, all In one body; compara tively all level land; eleven miles from Qrant, the county seat; level roads to town. C. W. WILLIAMS, Owner. Orant, Neb. FOUND 320-acre homestead In settled neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand hills, cost you 3200, filing fees and all. J. V Tracy. Kimball. Neb. AN opportunity to double your money. Lan offer section good land near Red. Ington Mor ill county. Neb., for 313.M an ! acre cash. P. L. Spencer, Rcdlngton. eb. FOR SALEA bargain, 640 acres, ira p roved, about 400 acres in cultivation good improvements and good soil; In oM. settled locality For particulars c-ifl Douslan Jl.'iO HKAL ESTATIi VARM nANCll I,. V. MIIS FOn SALF 10 ACRES of deeded, also 160 acres school Isiid, with a 10-year lease; two sets of Improvements, wells, hog houses, good silo, eta, Vn acres orchard; SV miles from good town of "SO Inhabitants, l'rlca. 45 per acre. Adjoining lands sell for $65 and 176 per acre. Terms. Phone M 111, Wolbach. Call or address, L. EL Loomcr. Wolbach, Neb. AN OPPORTUN1TV to double your money; can offer section good land near Rcdlngton. Morrill county, Neb., for $13.60 an acre cash. P. 1 Spencer, Rcdlngton, Neb. Miscellaneous. FOR SALE-1.130 acres. A No. 1 divide land, good soil, well located nnd In a pood crop country. This property tnust be sold. Will tako $13 60 per aero It sold by August 1. Will accept about half cosh In good unincumbered trade, balance cash and mortgage back on land for dif ference, or will take $5 per aero cash bal ance, time. Or will sell any amount of It. Hera Is a bargain. Act quick, Seybolt, Bridgeport, Neb. KEAIj estate wanted HEAL. ESTATE WANTED. Owner desires to exchange any ono part or all of his 8 residence properties at Creston, la., for Council muffs prop erty. What navo you to offer? BHARPE & CONNELLY. 103 Sapp .Blk., Co. Bluffs, la. Red 3711 FOR SALE OU EXCHANGE It. E. HERE'S A FEW BARGAINS 2 6-room bungalows and 3 6-room houses. Price, 312,600 for farm or ranch, i-siory modern, store and apartment building, 340,000. Want farm or ranch. 120-ucre rami, Minnesota; want residence West ern Real Estate Co., 413 Karbach Blk. aO-AORB Irrigated farm lit mile from county seat, raleo alfalfa, fruit, stocks, dairying and hogs. Must sell or will trade for stock of merchandise or other property In city or country. Write price ano particulars In first tetter It trade Address Box 651, Gooding, Idaho. FOR sale on easy terms, 160 ucres good farm land, near Sidney. Neb. Would consider Ford car or good Inoomo prop erty up to $1,000. Address, Y 05, Boe. Pianos for other musical Instru'ts. D. 2017. HEAL ESTATE LOANS HOC to 310.000 mado vromntly. V D. Wead. Wead Bldg., loth and Farnam. WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam. 6 niTV I.OAMB Rnml.Pr!hBrir i:v. " 310-312 Brandels Theater Blug. SEE Us first If you want a farm loan. United States Trust Co.. Omaha, Neb. MONEY on hund for city and tarm loans. H. W. Binder, City Nat. Bk. Bldg. CITY property. Large loans a specialty. W. IL Thomas. 22 State Bank Bldg. CITY and farm loans, S, EM. 0 per cent J. IL Dumont & Co., ltXXI Farnam, Oiuana. HARRISON & MORTON, 910 Om. Not. WANTED-City loans. Peter Trust Co. QARVLM BROS lam.. xw and up. 6 farm loans. Optional payments & an nual Int. Win. McCormlck. 1201 Farna.n. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.. 1018 Omaha Nat Douglas ST71S. HEAL ESTATE JtllSTHAWS UK Tl'I'Lia. KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co., a modern abstract office 305 So. 17th St. Phone Douglas 6487. REED Abstract Co., okaest abstract of fice In Nebraska. 206 Brundels Theater. ACHEA(ii: FOR .S4XR. 6 ACRES-43,000. On Lincoln highway, 1H miles from car. Improved. 7-room house, barn, some fruit. Price, 33,000. Bo away from th noisy, busy city. Let us show It to you. A. F. SMITH CO (Fay Smith) 23 Peart St. Co. Bluffs. Jo. Phone 323. CITY I'ROI'ISRTY FOR 8 ALU. 25th & Chicago Cottage Six rooms and bath, ntco lawn, front and back; the present owner rents out two rooms for 1S. Why not buy arid cut out this rent proposition? PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., Phone Douglas 1781. Ware Block. BRAND NEW Six rooms, living room finished In golden oak, one bedroom on first floor, two bedrooms and bath on eecond, five closets, cemented cellar, furnace, latest plumb ing, south front lot on corner, paved street. Price 32,800; 3500 down, balance payments. C. G. CARLBERGr, 310-312 Branduls Theater Bldg. MODERN Kountz Place home, 1007 Wirt St.; 8 rooms, laundry basement: vegeta ble cellar nnd furnaco cellar, all separate;, new furnace; newly painted and papered; cement driveway; all for 34,200; satisfac tory terms can be arranged. Apply Ed McEachron, 20th and Lake Sts. Webster 1651. or Webster 1172. HERE'S A FEW BARGAINS. 2 C-room ungalows and 3 6-room houses. Price, 312.S00 for farm or ranch. 2-story modern Btore and apartment building. 340,000. Want farm or ranch. 120-acre farm. Minnesota, want residence. Doug. TWO new 5-room modern bungalows. Price. $2.300 each. Phone D. 3007. MUST BE SOLD C6xl42 near corner 23th and California streets, worth 310,000. $7,600 will buy it now. 37x130 on 24th near Harney, faces 24th avenue with modern home, $8,600 takes It. Phono Douglas 3G07. Call at 41$ Kar bach block. Only $300 Cash A good opportunity for some one to get & snap In walking distance. The house contains eight splendid rooms and a family employed can save both their rent and car faro by Investing Just $300 cash. Call us up. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO. Phono Douglas 1781. Ware Block. The No Commission Realty Co. locatcil at 31G-S30 Paxton block, offers a ufiBCDiiuu iu wiuao wisning to sell or ex chantto any property or business. Would you not go whero that kind of business Is don.jT There Is no kind of a proposl tlon that Is not handled there merchan dise, farms and ranches, city and town propei-tlea, rooming houses, hotels, res taurants: In fact, anything and every thins. If you want to buy, tell the No Commission Realty Co. what you wont. If you want to sell or exchange, list your pronurty with tho No Commission Realty Co. Come In and see the greatest assort meat of excellent money-makers that can bo Ojund anywhere. We also have cash buyi.ru for properties and business In dif ferent localities; yours may bo the nmn. ertar or business they want. It Is a proven ibiv. mu a maraei piace lor every kind of property, displayed where the thou ssAds ot people can Inspect them, with estperlenced attendants at your nervier Is what brings results. Come In or write for the only method oi,a buying, selling or exchanging any prop- umjr or uuwiims ami pay no commission. J.'iils Is the department store for Realty itnd Business transactions. It's the peo ple's way. They all go to the NO COM MISSION REALTY CO. Florence Heal Estate for Sale. C L. Nethaway. suburban prop, trior. 271 HERE'S A SNAP. Nearly new home. Field club worth $6,000. Will take cheaper houso In czcjiail&r. i nulla u. GOING to sell my modern home. So. 35ti Ave. near Poppleton St., worth $,000. Best offer takes It Phone D, 3607 TO BUY, SELL OltRENT, KIRSt"EE JOHN W ROBBINS. 'JtC FARNAM BT, i GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET No Aotion on Wheat Expected on This Market Next Month. FARMERS ARE HOLDING GRAIN Winter nelt Growers Are HoldliiB Hack Their Offerings In Hope of Prices Taklnir n a Lit tle Higher Level, OMAHA, June 29, 19H. There will be no action ot wheat In this market during next month, and for this reason there will be Uttlo of this grain for delivery on July contracts. It Is said there Is still a good slied open Interest In that month( which means that the shorts will elthor be obliged to go Into tho pit and even up their pos.tlons or pur chare with tho country and bring It In and dol.ver It. Conditions In tne July futuro are abnormal. The largest wheat crop we havo ever raised In this country Is at our very doors, hut It Is said that tho longs In the July will demand deliv ery of the grain bought, as they pur chased It for the purpose of shipping It to tho old world. There Is no open In terest In tho August future, but the out ward movement ot wheat during the last month lll tako care of everything that Is sent here, as well as in the smaller markets. Word comes to Chicago that farmers In the winter bolt are refusing to foil w the market downward and to sell their grain at present levels. It Is now bo lleved that foreigners who may want to make further purchases of our grain will not find It on the bargain counters. The price break In wheat at Chicago has been severe, and It is tho largest In many years, nut before tho present low prK-es were reported oxportcrs were kind enough to take on millions of bushels and they will shin It to foreign countries as rap idly as It Is to bo had. Tho In the trade who look upon the situation as qulto bearish and who feel tnat lower puces must rule later on, aro advising their friends and customers to uso caution In i uttlng out short l.nea at the present price. A bullish set of statistics will be spread befoto tho wheat trade lato toJay. W.th tho position exception ot lurcr world's shipments than for tho corresponding period a year ago, tho figures to be shown will favor the bulls, The visible supply Is looked for not to decrease not only In the United States, but Canada as well. Thcro Is little or no hade In cash corn. Tho farm supplies of corn are quite small anil holders aro not likely to dispose of their surplus. Outs aro likely to follow corn In Its changes, yet there will bo seen less bull ish enthusiasm In oats than In co.n. Crop reports In oats are somewhat better, with tho possible exception of southern Illinois and the southwest, where rain Is needed. Cash wheat waB lo lower Cash corn woo unchanged to Ma lowor. Cash oats were c lower. Clearances. Wheat and flour, 5S4,000 bu.; corn, none; oats, none. Liverpool close: Wheat, UC-Hd higher: corn. Hd higher. Primary wheat receipts wcro 742,000 bu. and shipments 603,000 bu., against receipts of 779,000 bu. and shipments ot 121,000 bu. last ycar. Primary corn receipts were 700,000 bu. and shipments 437.000 bu., against receipts of 892,000 bu. and shipments of 618,000 bu. last year. Primary oats receipts were 901.000 bu. and shlDments 6S3.000 bu.. against receipts of 1,083,000 bu. and shipments of 433.OJ0 bi. last year. ' CARLOT RECEIPTS. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Chicago 31 171 163 Minneapolis . Duluth Omaha Kansas City 1R2 120 20 17 9S 102 44 St. Louis 14fi 164 Winnipeg ThnAA Kalpjv wpra ranorteri todav: Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 1 car 83c. Corn No. 2 white: 1 car, 69V4c No. 3 white: 19 cars, C9ci 1 car. CSftc. No. 4 white: 1 enr, t5vo. No. 2 yellow: 3 cars, 65jc; 3 cars. fc&Uc; 8 cars. 60c; 2 cars. 64c. No. 3 yellow: 5 cais, C5c; C cars, 64c. No. 4 yoljw: 3 cars. No. 2 mixed;. 1 car. 64Kc; 3 cars, B4e. No. S. mixed: 1 car. b4',ic; 2 cars. 64c; 4 cars. 63c. No. 4 mixed: 1 car. l3c. No grado. 1 car (heating). 09c. Oats: No. 2 white: 1 car." SS'ic: standard. 1 car, 36W. No. 3 whlto: T car, 3Jc; 1 car, S4ftc. No, 4 white: 4 cars, 34?4c: care, 3IHc Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard, 80i?83o; No. 3 hard, 79S2c; No. 4 hard, 7580c: No. 2 spring. 708Sc; No. 3 spring. 71Q2c; No. 4 spring, 75S0c; No, durum icxaiif.: No. 3 durum. C971c. Corn: No. 2 white. 9,i9V4c: No. 3 white. 68!4fl9c; No. 1 white, 6WWci p. yellow, 655V4c; No. 3 yellow, 64e5c; No. 4 yellow. 64QC6c; No. 2. 64Q4Wo; No. 3. 63V6fi64Hc: No. 4, . 62f63e. Oats: No. 2 white. 35HTi35ic; stanuaru. Wi'QWtv S white, 34i35c; No. 4 white, 34V434iC. Barley: Malting, 49fl64c; No. 1 feed. 39 44c Rye: No. 2, 66HQ07c; No. 3, C63G6HC. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, Features of the Trndltisr nnd Clnslntr Prices on Hoard of Trade. CHICAGO, June 29. Prospect of a heavy movement of the new winter crop do- mlnated the wheat market today, but not until after a buying flurry due In part to unfounded rumors of ithei discovery of blnckrutt. The market closed steady at a decline of 94 to J!4. compared with Saturday night. Corn nnd oats suffered a net loss of H to tic In provisions tho outcome was MT714 to 10c12Wc ad vance, Although rushes to the buying side of wheat unsettled' tho market during tho first hulf of tho session, tho upward ac tion of prices Invariably proved spas modic, whereas the late decline had a uni form contluous character. Higher cables tended early to help tho hulls, but sub sequently werb more thun offset by the bearish aspect of the Kansas tutc crop report. Tho rust found In tho spring wheat region turned out to be the red variety, which cnuscs no damage. Pres sure was put on the corn market as a re sult of rains, breaking the drought In Kansas and Oklahoma. Absence of re lief in the Ohio Valley was lost sight of. and so also wero ndvlces ot threatened delays to Argentine shipments. Hedging sales pulled down oats. snorts taking profits seemed to be about tho only buyers. Provisions roso with hogs. Packers selling checked the bulge, though not to tho extent ot causing any decline. ns: inii iwii ii iJwi rinr 1 I i.WB l 01Q I 'mot I'HSIH I 'U9dQ Q10UV .BMOiioj re pso3 najnjnj REAL- ESTATE CITY PROPERTY Foil KALIS. LOT Have you seen MONTCLAIR, 30th to 33d Sts., Cuming to Hamilton Sts? Come out and look It over. Lot sale continued at present prices Monday, 4 P. m. (IU night. Prices cheap and terms easiest ever offered on this class of property. Call ad our office Monday and go out In automobile at any time before hour of sale. Benson & Carmichael Phone Douglas 17S. 64! Paxton Block. BIO BARGAINS-WEST FARNAM BT, 48 feet frontago on Farnam St for 13.7(0. IIICK8 446 BOARD OF TRADE BLDG. WEST FARNAM Owner leaving city offers for sale the H'gatit modern 10-room residence, 121 a. SStli e Telephone Harnry 1TC8, 78' 7SV Ti4l iTHl TSt, corn July. Sept. I 0 5? bin 371. 06VI 37hl as , oats i July. . Sept.! 8 si 31 K ) 21 20 Wl 35 20 16 I 20 06 20 10 July.' 31 20 31 ar 20 0) Sent. 20 03 10 00 10 17H 11 M 11 MH Lard July. Sept. Rlos I July. 8opt ii nau in oa lOOTW 9S7H 10 23fe! 10 1THI 11 SO ) It 11 67HI 11 1 tt it 11 50 11 60 11 57H Chicago Cash Prices Whoat: No, 2 red, MHfK2c; No. 3 hard, fOHto'Sic; No. 2 northern. 87fS9c; No. 2 spring. S7fcSe. Corn. No, 2, OWl'ic, No. 3 yellow, (Off 70c; No. 3 yellow, SSl40e. Oats: No. 3 white, 37i(V3tc; standard. SStfT39ic. Rye: No. 2 nominal: No. 3, 5Sc. Barley; 4RrSo. Timothy: $4.fl6.Sa Clover: $10.003113.00. Pork; 321.S5. Lard. $10.07H. Ribs. $11,374011.624. BUTTER Steady; creameries, SOifraCHc EGOS Steady; lecclpts. 13.003 cases, at mark, eases Included, 16ftlSc; ordinary firsts. lfivtync; firsts. 17NMi8Uc. CHEESE Steady: daisies. 14HflHic: twins. 14Ul4c; Americas. 164c; long horns, 1SUW154C POTATOES Unsettled; receipts, 00 cars; new triumphs, ll.WjflTO per bushel: Virginia, barrels. $4.6094.7$. POULTRY Alive, steady; springs. 20R 24c; fowls, ISO. ' NEW YORK GRNKitAX. MARKET Qnotntlons nf the Day on Vnrtoas Commodities. NEW YORK. Juno 29.-FLOUR-Q.ulet, spring patents. $4.4otft.;o: winter straights, $4.20&4.DO: winter patents, $4.404.S; spring clears, $4.004.15; extra No. 1 win ter, $3.6if3.i6; extra No. 2 winter, $3,400 3.03. WHEAT Spot market easy; No. 3 hard winter. 91ic, c. I. f., New York; No. 2 red, now, fc5?ic. July shipment, c I. f.; No. 1 northern, Duluth. 0-Hc; No. 1 northern. Manitoba. 9SUc f. o. b.; July, 87Hc: Heptomber. SS4c: December. 85c, CORN spot market weak; No. 2 yellow, 78c, c. I. f., prompt OATS Spot, easy; standard whlto. ' 4ic: No. 3, 440444c; fancy cllpied whltis J6&47J4C liOl'S-Market, quiet; state common to choice 1913, 31r8Sc; 1912. 12?fl6c; Pacific coast. 1913, 1RW19C! 1312. tttfl&o, HIDES-Qulct; Bogota, 284129c: Central America, S8o, HAY Steady: No. 1, $1.05; No. ?. 93o $1.00; No. 8. 85fl00o; shipping, 75c. LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts. 30c; seconds, 28i!i'29c. TALLOW Quiet, city, 6c; country, 64J CWc: special. 6ic PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess, $32.25 er . family 2J.0O1f2.J; short clear. $19.D04j21 00. Beef, steadv; mess, $17.0(vtj $18.50; family. $l9.00r20.00: cut moats, steady; pickled bellies. 10 to 14 lbs., $13.75 14.75; pickled hams. $14.7S15.00. Lard, fl m; middle west, $m5110 It; refined, steady: continent. $10.70: South America. $11.15; compound, $8.2598.50. HlTTTKR creamery extras, ziHsraws; firsts. 24V4fl2Uc: Process extras. 5f224c: ladles, current make, firsts. S0204c. CHEESE-Statn whole milk fresh; white or colored specials. 114ftl5c: fancy to average, I4tei4ic; skims. ivtnc. EGGS Fresh gatliorcd extras. 23025c! extra firsts. 224224c: firsts, I0ifHSc POULTRY Live, firm; western chlck ensi broilers. 2ft!t3lc: fowls. 18V4c: tur keys, lSg'Hc. Dressed, firm; western chickens, frozen, HUJjIOc; fowls, 1318Hc; turKeys, 2oVZbc. OMAHA GENERA.I. MARKET. BUTTER No. L 1-Jb. cartons, 27c; No. I, 00-lb. tubs, 27c. CHEESE Imported Swiss. 28o; Ameri can Swiss. 24c; block Swiss, 23c; twins. 17o : daisies, 174ci triplets, 17Hc: Young Americas, 19c; blue labol brick, 17 Wc, Urn burger, 2-lb., 18o; 1-lb., 20o; New York white. ISc FISII White, 16o; trout, 15c: largo crop pies, 12c; Spanish mackerel, 16o; shad roe. lcr pair, uw, nauuuit, iw iiuiuui, buffalo. 9Uc; channel cattish, 15c; pike, 13c; pickerel, 9c, POULTRY Urollers. 20c: hens. 12C. cocks, Stto; ducks, 8c; geese, 8c; turkeys, 15o ; pigeons, per dozen, 90c; ducka.v full reatnered, tc; geese, tun xeaincreu, cc, sqiiabs No. 1 $1.50; No. 2. 50c urcts cuts wo. i riDs. iho; jno. 2, 17Wc: No. 3. l5Hc; No. 1 loin. 1ac; No. 2. W.ici No. 3, 16ic; No. 1 chucks, lie: No. 2, 10ic: No. 3, luc: No. I plates, 8H-'i No, 2. 8c: No. 3. 7Uc: No. 1 rounds. 1.Aao; No. 2, 14o; No. 3, 14c. The following fruit and vegetable prions are quoted by tho Glllnsky Fruit company: 'JUWTH oranges: uxtra tanoy uien dora Valenclas, 96u, 112s, 126s, 150s, 17s, 200h, 216s. 250s, $3.75 box; Red Ball Val enclas, all aliea. $3.50 box. I-enions: Extra fancy Golden Bowl, SOOs, 3l0s, $7.00 box; fancy Silver Cord, S60s. !WK $6.60 box; extra fancy Sunkltt Trail brand, 800s, 3G0s, $6.75 box. Grape fruit: Extra fancy, 64s, $4.60 box; extra fancy. 4s, $t.w uox; extra fancy. 36a. 13.50 box: Indian River. 64s and 80s, $3.00 box. Apples: Ben Davis, $1.75 hnx: wlneimnfi. XZ.&O linx. CALIFORNIA FRUlTS-cherries, $2.00 box; apricots, $1.75 crate; plums, tl.m crate; peaches, $1.10 to $1.25 box; black raspberries, 21-plnt case, $2.25 case; red raspberries, 24-plnt case, $3.60 case; goose berries, 24-plnt case. $2.60 case; cherries, 24-plnt case, $2.00 case. VEGETABLES Cabbage. 2c lb.: Cali fornia onions, 4o lb.; peppers, 60a basket; fancy tomatoes. $1.25 crate: cucumbers, hot house, 50o to $1,00 doz.; now beets, car rots, turnips, 25c doz.: celery. $1.00 doz.; head lettuce, 60c to $1.60 doz,; leaf lettuce, 40c doz.; onions, homo grown, 15c doz.; radishes, 15c doz.; parsley. DOo doz.; garlic, Italian; 20a lb.; horseradish, $1.65 caaa; shell popcorn, 6c lb.; asparagus, homo grown, doz, market price, about 30c. potatoes caiiiornia, new, i?c iu. WATERMELONS ISic lb. CANTALOUPES California, standards, $2.50 crate; California, pony, $2.00 crate. CAULIFLOWER Home grown, $1.00 basket. PINEAPPLES-Florlda. 48s. $2.76 crate; 42s, $3.00 crate; 36s, $3.25 crate; 30s and 21s, $3.50 crate. HAN AN An $1.70 to 3.IiU OUIICU. niith Hultprl nennutH 31.60 case: No. 1 California walnuts, 18c lb.; pecans. l24o lb.; filberts, 15c lb.; almonds, 20a lb.; pop corn, 5c lb. MISCELLANEOUS Sugar walnut dates, $1.25 box; limes, $1.75 basket; crackerjack, $3.60 case; checkers, $3.60 case; cracker Jack, half caso $1.75; checkers, halt cose, $1.75. Corn mill Whent Region llqlletln. Corn and wheat region bulletin of the United States Department of Agriculture, weather bureau, at Omaha, for tho twenty-four hours ending at 8 a. m., 76th meridian time, Monday, Juno 9, 1914; OMAHA DISTRICT. Temp. Rein stations. High. Low. fall. Sky. Ashland, Neb.. 78 67 .00 Clear Auburn, Neb,.. 82 61 .00 Clear B'ken Bow, Nb 80 67 .00 Clear Columbus, Neb. 78 64 .02 Clear Culbcrtson. Nb.100 67 .00 Clear Falrbury. Neb.. 89 69 .00 Clear Fairmont. Neb. 82 6S .00 Clear Gd. Island, Nb.. 87 67 .00 Clear llartlngt'n, nd tj w .w 11. ciouuy Hastings. Neb.. 88 K .00 Clear Holdrege, Neb. 94 58 .00 Clear Lincoln. Neb... 80 6s .01 Clear No. Platte. Nb 90 61 .00 Clear Oakdale, Neb.. 79 63 . 00 Clear Omaha, Neb.... 74 W .00 Clear Tukamah, Neb. 75 64 .00 Clear Valentine, Nb. 83 48 .00 Clear Alta, la.,..,.... 7 m ,w i-i. ciouuy Carroll, la 73 49 .00 Clear Clarlnda. la.... 82 6 .00 Clear Sibley, In, 72 wi .w ciouay Sioux City, la.. 7 64 .00 Clear Minimum temperature for twelve-hour period ending at S a. in. DISTRICT AVE RAGE 8. No. of Temp. Rain District. Stations. Hlch. Low. fall. Columbus. 0 18 78 64 ,20 Louisville. Ky... 22 92 68 .00 lndla'nolis. Ind.. 13 76 61 . Chicago. Ill 24 64 60 ,00 SL Louis. Mo.... 18 SO 66 .00 Des Mo net, la. 24 7U si .w Mlnneanolla 62 70 60 .30 Kan. City. Mo.. 33 94 62 .70 Omaha. Neb 17 83 66 .W Generally cool weather prevails throughout tho corn and wheat region. Showers were quite general in the Minne apolis and Kansas City districts. A fall of 3.S0 Inches occurred at Eureka, Kan. L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau. Liverpool Grain Market. LIVERPOOL. June 29. WHEAT No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 4d; No. 2, Iu 2d; July, 6s 9d; October, 6sS4d; December, 6s 9d. CORN American inlxtd, 60 7d, Sep tember, 4d mid, FLOl'RWlnter patents. 27s 9d HOPS -In London, Pacific coast, fl 14 17s. Heptt OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET No Material Change in Cattle, Prices Being About Steady. HOGS SHOW SOME IMPROVEMENT Liberal Receipt of Western Itnnae Mtecu nnd Lambs Prices on All Kinds Are Ten to Twenty Cents Lower. SOUTH OMAHA. June 2, llt. Receipts were: Cattlo Hoks. Sheep l. Estimate Monday. 3.C00 tame dity Ut week,,.. 1.9o9 Same duy 3 weeks ago 2,722 Same day 3 weeks ago 3.200 Same day 4 woeks ago 3,001 Samo dav Inst war.. .1.(1)1 7,aM 4,813 4.411 lO.OiW 5,33a I 2.3U 2.74 1 7,5.7 Km Tlie following table shows tho receipts of cattle, hogs nnd shoep at tho South Omaha live stock market for the year to dato as compared with last year; 1114. 1JU Inc. Dec. Cattle 397,767 430,OS- 12,323 Hogs 1.3U.890 1,461,970 , 1H.030 Sheep 1.071.678 921,391 150,184 Tho following table shows the range of prices for hogs at the South Omaha llvo stock market for th elnsl few days, with comparisons) , Date. I 1914. I1?I3.'19U;.19H.I1910.11909. 11908. June X. June 9,. June 10. June U. June 12. June 13. June 14, June 15. 7 Mil 1 t 6 IU 6 89 6 99 V TJ 7 38 9 11, 7 37 6 tl 6 37 677 637 5 43 6 61 6 $0 & 54 7 90 7 87 IS 8 03 8 liO'i' 8 27 8 38 7 45 9 S5 7 40 8 47 7 43 7 36 7 31 7 331 1 9 36 7 3i 8 62 8 69 8 56 5 0f 7 33 5 79 6 79 5 78 9 33' 9 27 7 63 8 01 9 m 7 57 June 16. S01U s col 6 83 9 Ml 7 66 Juue 17, 8 401 7 161 6 91 7 231 9 311 7 631 6 63 .uno is. June II. June 20. June 21. June 32.1 8 131 3ii (I U 9 30 7 611 5 37 I 7 631 7 64 0 42) 1 6 64 9 40 7 63 S 41 7 291 5 91 3 IlTl 8 40 S 43 7 31) 6 90 7 40 0 13 SJ 8 23 8 44 I B 20 151 7 451 5 86 ' 161 7 451 6 861 Juno 23. 8 8C9C R 004 8 44 8 51 8 531 201 a Juno 21. 8 7 46, 6 14 I 9 24 7 40 5 92 5 87 Juno 2S. 8 12J1 8 17l4 7 3 9 26 7 48 Juno 26. 8 521 7 30 6 121 7 58 7 641 5 S3 J uno 27. June 28. 8 15 8 4' 8 46 7 30 6 14 9 13 I S 86 8 441 7 S4 I 7 34 tt OS 6 18 9 00 July 29. 3 9i 7 62 S 99 Sunday. CATTLE Receipts this morning were the largest that they liavo been tor nny recent Monday nnd larger than 11 year ago, 123 fresh cars being reported In, Beet steers were In good demand nnd sold very freely at prices generally steady with last week Some operators wero quoting the boat cattlo strong, and the common to medium kinds slow and barely steady. In fact everyone who hod any plain half fat rattle found It slow work moving them, as they were more or less neglected by all the buyers. Cows and heifers sold In about the samo notches as last week, and the samo was true of stockers and feeders. Quotations , on cattle: Good to choice beef steers, $8.259.15i fair to good beef steers, $S.O0i38.2Sj common to fair beet steers, $7.604)i.00: good to choice cornfed heifers, J7.-M1K0O; good to choice cornfed cows, $6.75I7.60; fair to good grades, $5.754J5 6.78; common to fair grades, $3.6043X1.76; good to choice Blockers and feeders, $6.75j 9.60: common to fair stockers nnd feeders, $6.26f6.75; stock cows and heifers, $5.K0 7.00; stock calva, $6,6007.76: veal calves, $7.50j,10.60; bulls, stags, etc., $5.7507.65. No. A. IT. fro. Av. 11. II Vl T 40 ii W III M VI I IU IV,..,, lw HI.) I 40 KM U kl S 24 !...., ,.UU I 0 tl 11 t li Hit t wl 1 il 1 IfcM I Uu tv mil it 11 utt m lo lll) II 90 4T 1 14 I 10 U 110J ) 3i St WlS I 10 40- 1U0 I 31 14..., 1,11 I W a , lilt I 40 10 IMS I (I i urn 8 4 n m m u 1111 t rj x lajj m n .....ion m 41 1111 lit 31 117 M IK liH 8 Di BTKrjRS AND HKIFISHS. il 7 74 14 1111 1 40 00 M 7 U Ilk I U 11.. 1001 1 ir 10 in: 11 10 it m s 10 ro w t m 4 17 I J6 COWS. 3 MS 3 7t 1.. ,,1U0 t 11 1 970 4 25 1 1004 I 23 1 970 4 W 7 ,lul0 I li i IMi 4 10 ,,,.1013 U .. M- 4 60 6....; 1111 6 li 3.., ,M 4 S3- 3 ...1013 6 14 3,,. 1004 tin i .1040 6 (0 2 1015 t 00 It 1031 S (1 1 100 t 00 1 MO 10 1 1230 4 30 3 1013 60 1 10M 4 10 1... too M 7 70 40 8 1S11 M 1....... IM 5 SO 2 ...133) (40 1 1140 4 M 2 1110 60 1 430 I (0 1 1110 M 1 110 4 n 14 113) 1 ....1110 6 00 I... 11)7 M 1 1140 4 00 1,..,, U00 (ft) i .not 00 1 ,50 4 M ....,....s..no) eoa !.., 1043 :w 1 M0 6 00 1 , 1010 7 10 3 74 6 00 1 ;o 7 10 1 , CO I 13 7 1100 7 33 1 1WI 0 IS i 40 7 30 COWS AND HKIPEHH. 9 Ml 110 K 741 TO 8TKRRS AND BULLS. 4 4TI 7 00 11 471 7 00 HBIFERH. 4 747 4 to 4 (30 6 Tl 1 HO 33 10 i oo 4 (OS 6 40 1 7to 7 10 3 IH IU 1 141 T 10 4 M I 64 1 HO 7 60 S3 191 4 70 BULIS. 1 1000 4 68 1 ,,...14M 40 1 M0 5 10 1 1030 6 40 1 10M 4 00 1 110 4 en 3 1410 I 00 1 1110 6 M 1 1400 4 10 1 1310 to 1 1M0 10 I UM U 2 ..1430 10 , 1140 C 40 1 1400 6 Si 1 ,,..1900 7 33 J 1 33 1 410 I 00 1 1410 6 30 CALVES. 110 6 00 4 171 10 10 804 I 34 J 170 10 OO ' W ITS 1 280 10 15 3 Ill Tl 1 140 10 25 STOCKERS AND FBEDEHH. II.... .. T43 I 00 1,., 474 T 04 I 4 M 74T T 03 131 I B 141 7 10 7 10 3 4 "5 1, 110 4 00 HO 7I IT.,. 117 i 00 J i 1140 I 4 190 7 00 HOQii A very decent Monday showed up, about 105 cars or 7,000 head being estimated. This Is o'cr 2.000 larger than a week ago, and moro than 1.000 heavier than the corresponding day last year. Other markets reported slight advanves this morning, but In tho face of a fair run, local packers first bids were no let ter than steady to possibly a Uttlo stronger. Shippers and speculators bought a number of loads during tho early hours at figures that were strong to a shade higher. Dalesmen were asking a nickel advance, but killers refused to better their early bids, and up to a late hour the market was practically dead locked so far as the packers were con cerned, although shippers and speculators had been buying rather freelv thnmnhnni Things moved along In about the aamo tiuuion umn nearly n o clock, when packers raised their bids a little all around, nmi In the end tne buU of tne offerings sold readily at figures that were generally a shade higher. Movement was fairly active after a tradl reached, and practically everything was cleaned up by after a little after 11 o clock. Bulk of the sales landed at $8.15 e.v, mm a spnnanng aro una 33.Z3V4 and a top of $8.25. Representative sales: No. At. Bh. Pr. No. Av. Bh. IT. 44 1 UD k Uli 71 iu 2t0 t UU, 44 1W W 70 . , 34$ m tm, 14 Ill 141 U 71., . .314 ! S lit! SO IM 120 4 14 2 ,;T 'b iljS 41 T 130 4 14 71.... ..264 to I l"2 V) S4I ... It 3 m 40 I llS 41 341 130 mi 33 374 ... I ITU K "I ... c 311 to I 30 40 24 120 It 33 240 140 I 24 4T Ill 10 4 14 II jo 40 J $ M MO 140 I It CO 144 ... to TO 4 40 4 IS ( in W M 43 116 44 I 14 Tl 21 0 I 20 tt 34 240 4 13 si, JS T7 314 W 4 14 u ,M J, 41 241 tO0 4 It (I lM 240 I 80 40 233 IM 4 It li 307 II I SO 14 334 10 111 tl IM 120 I M 43 2 400 4 4 ,7. .. '..MS M H Tl lS 4 It 41 112 40 I 20 301 110 N 14 24 ... I 14 77 211 240 I 20 II 144 40 4 16 t 334 I0 30 41 221 140 t 17U It ,71 -,!. ! H " 1 M M J li 23T ... I 1TH it 2t w , II 314 120 I ITH tl 241 130 I 1TH 21 U, 42., 211 40 I tlu 41.. 41.. 141 40 I ITU 4W 0 ) I 22 41 114 ... I mj n, .. ..JV, 2 ,.2if4 ... 4lt4 70 230 M t I74i 71. M 1 JM 4 1TH H. 1W I ftti T7t Kl I 22U t' to rm ... W4 tt I4 274 tim T , .HI W I MY 74. tl 233 ... I 1744 V 71.. "4 Jl TO 244 ... 4 17U 41.. 4 nvi n 41.. . .272 . , I ITVi 8HKEP A very liberal run ot sheep and Iambs for a Monday, estimated at about 10.000 head, was stow to sell on a basis 10820c lower than the close ot Istt week Chicago also had a good run for the opening ot the week and the prices there were reported lower. The receipts at Omaha were larger than at any other Missouri river market It was clearly a case of the supply being In excess of the demand, though nothing strictly prime ot handy weight was on wle The packers took their time all forenoon In filling their orders with such offerltiRs as wete u all able, the highest price wUd being $.9f. which was six enrs of Mnlio lambs with about 3rt) head out. Tho hulk of tho ranue lambs was picked up around $s.36$8.W. A complete clearance was late. Trade In the aged sheep illvlrton wsi pretty much ns In the rase of lambs, the receipts forming a fairly large proportion of today's run. Three cars of Oregon wethers, with a light sort, changed hands at $5.35. The early sales also Included a load ot Idaho yearlings at $6,36. First thing In the morning a load of yearling wen went to a feeder buyer at $5.00 and a car of wethers at $5.4.V Apart from thin llltlo else took place In feeder sheep, Quotations on rnngo sheep anil lambs: Lambs, good to cholco, $$.7ett.20; lambs, fair to good, K4(VU.7Si lambs feeders, $5.7W5.40; yearlings, good to choice. $.3.Vft C.C0; yearlings, fair to good, $6.00)4.3o; wethers, good to choice, $B.40Ji6,e0; weth ers, fair to good, $.".!0fl6.4i); ewes, good to choice, $4.0041 4.W: owes, fair to good. $4.40 (14.60. 16 native ewes 136 4 60 119 native lambs 00 8 K 16 culls 53 6 00 275 yearlings 72 6 73 141 shorn ewes 86 3 65 264 Idaho yearlings 80 6 35 24 culls 84 6 S 43 Idnho ewes 100 4 76 4 cull lis 3 50 60S Idaho lambs 62 8 6Ti 82 shorn lambs 72 8 65 112 native lambs 51 8 00 ClIICAtiO LIVE STOCK MARKET Cnttl t;nettlcil - lings NtronK Sheep Lower. CHICAGO. Juno 29.-CATTLI-Recelpts, 17,000 head; market unsettled; beees, $i.30 4J0.45: stenrs, $6.'.0itT8.35; stockers and feed ers, $6.004ftMO; rows and heifers, J J.. Off 8.00; calves, $7.ootio.ro. HOGS Receipts, 37.W) hoail; market strong, 6o higher; bulk, $8.3int.3o; light, $S.lMi8.43, mixed. $8.LMo.C0; heavy, $, 8.60; rough, $7.W.fi.l0; pigs, $l.35jfj8.2i. 8HBHP AND IM11S Receipts, 22.WW head; market lOirSSc lower; sheep, $..;0tP 6.30; yeariLTrs, $6.3(Hi7-40; lambs, $.40i 8.10; springs, $6.66(0.15. Kansas City Live ntnuk Market. KANHAS CITV. Mo.. Juno 3?. CATTLE Receipts, 12,000 head; market steady ; nrlmn fed stpors. l!1.76M0.2u: dressed steers. $7.50118.60; western steers, $6.fjrs.40; south ern steers. $D..W3.23; cows, $4.25117.00; heif ers, $6.6Oli.0O; stockers and teeners, I8.3J 4J7.60; bulls. $52&tH.SO; calves, $6.5O0.5O. HOGS-Recelpts, 6,100 head; market hlKher: bulk. 2H.201f8.42li: heavy. $8.40!f 8.45; packers and butchers, $S.30fi8.o; light, $s.als.4o: pigs, ji.wnia.w. H11EE1 AND LAMBS Receipts, 5,20) head; market lower, lambs, JH.50gO.15; vnarllmrs. ir,.fr:.00: wethors. $4.60uMtO: ewes, $4.00574.55; Blockers and feeders, $3.25 417,00, . i St. Louis Live Stock Mnrket. ST. I3UI8, Juno 20. CATTLE Re ceipts, 8,700 head: market steady; native beef steers, $7.50ti0.25; cows and heifers, XS.OttfiO.nO: alnrUpra nml feeders. $3.0Hr7,6o; southern steers, $5.76JI8.40; cows and bolt ers. $4,604(6.65; native calves, $S.00tf).M. H008 Receipts, 6,to neaa; maraoi higher; plks and light. $7.0Olj8.00; mixed and butchers. $8.35fl8.6S; good heavy. .:i5 8.55. HIIEICI A.N U LASlUS llceiHS, o.uw I 1. , . . t ,. .1 . i .I... , 1 ..iilllnti $4.7586.00; sheared lambs, $7.W.00; spring lumua, I3.W0V.W. Nlnnx City Live Stock Market. SIOUX CITV, la., Juno 29, CATTLE Receipts, 1,500 head; markot nctlvoi na tive stcora. $7.2rf9.CO: butchers, $5.60Jf7.75; cows and helfuts, $4.5OU6.80; cannors, $..75 iftfi.M)! stockers nnd feeders. I7.O0iiii.liO; calves, $S.OOtfll,00; bulls, stags, etc., $fl.60!j 7.50. HOGS Receipts, 6.500 head; market steady: heavy. $8.07Wtf8.10; mlxod. $S.vl; light. $8.0Ot;8.O7H; bulk. $8.07W&8.10. 8HBBl AND LAMBS-Rccolpts, 301 huad; no quotations, St. Josenh Live Htook Market. ST. JOHEI'H, Juno 29.-CATTLE Re celpts, 800 head; market steady; steers, $7.6000.00; cows and heifers, $l.0O."5.60; calves. $5.60J70.60. HOGB Receipts, 2,000 head! market 6a higher; top, $8.42H; bulk, $s.tH8.3;H. SHEEP AND LAMBS Rocelpts, 30) head; markot dull; lambs, $7.60ff..0). Coffee Market, NEW YORK, Juno 23. There was a re newal of the selling movement at the opening of tho coffeo markot this morn ing In response to lowpr European cables and reports that cost and freight offers were a shado easier in some Instances. First prices were at a decline of 2 to 8 points and nctlvo months sold about & to 10 polntB net lower during the early trod Ing. Rallies followed on covering and somo buying for a reaction with tho close net 2 points higher to 6 points lowor. Sales, 48,750 bags; July, 8.32c; September, 8.53o; October, 8.61cj Decomber, 8,83o; Jan uary, 8.87c: Mnrch, $.Wo; May, 8.09c. Spot easy; Rio No. 7, 8Ttc; Santos No. 4, 12(ic Mild coffee dull; .Cordovu, HVMJ16c nom inal. Metal ainrket. NKW YORK, Juno 2!i,MBTALB-Lead quiet, $3.853.M; London. 10 .s fid. Mpolter quiet. $5.00116.10: London. X.21 10s. Copper. iulot; spot nnd August offered at $13.60; electrolytic. $13.608,13.75; luke. nominal; castings. $13.60. Tin, firm; spot, $S0.40fflS0.03: August, $30.601730.75. Antimony, dull; Cookson's $7.25(27.374. Iron qlilot; No. t northern, $11.750T6.2O; No. 2 northern, $14.601116.00; No. 1 southern. 14.764H5.25; No. 2 southern, $I4.60?f 15.00. London prices; copper quiet; spot, 60 2s 6d; futures, JCC0 15s. Tin quiet; spot, 137 16s; futures, i139 10a. Iron, Cleveland warrants, 61s, BT. IXJUIS, Juno 28, M ETALsi Lead, dull, $3.80; Spelter, dull, $1.00. 'uuiiaas Cltr first 11 nnd I'rnrlslnns, KANBAR CITY. June 29.-WUHAT-NO. 2 hard, old, 85Q01c; new. 74U79c; No. 2 red. old, S0c; now, 72V4f1314c; July, 70, 70V4c; September, 70ic; December, 74 74'4c. CORN-No. 2 mlx.d, CSfiCSHc; No, 2 white, 73c; July, OS-ic; December, 65U tfjfAHc. OATS-No. 2 white, 37c; No. 2 mixed. 35'Ac. HOTTER Creamery, 23c; firsts, 21c; sec onds, lRc; packing, 17c, EOOH Firsts. 19c; seconds 14c. POULTRY Hens, 13c; lirollcrt Stic. N4V York Jtoucy Market. NEW YORK. Juno S3.-MONBY-On call, steady; per cont: ruling rate, IV4 per cent; closing hid, $14C1H Ir cent. Time loans, easier; sixty days, IVtU'M. per cent; ninety days, 2V4fjfa per cent; six months, SUDISVi per cent. MERCANTILE PAIM5R $',VoMU Per cent. STERLING EXCHANOE Weak; sixty days, UKAT, demand, $1.R77C. Commercial bils, $4.6Mi, HlLVKR66Hc; Jtexican dollars, 44c, BONDS Government,, steady; lallrosd. Irregular. Mlmieniinlls firaln Slorket. MINNEAPOLIS, Juno 20,-WIIEAT-Jilly. KPto Heptember, 7c; No, 1 hBrtl. MHff9c; No. 1 northern, $5titi8c; No. 2 northern, SSHflSGc. KLOUR-Faney patents, $4.45 (wood); first clears $3.60 (jute); second dears, $2.60 (juta). ' HARLEY tlflCOc, RYE 6"Vh67c. URAN-$18.60. CORN No. 3 yellow. GSUft-Mc. OATS-No. 3 white. 35flVic, SEED Flax, $1.66Hffl.6SVt. Ht. Lonls General Mnrket. ST. IX5UIS. June .-WH15AT-No. 3 red, 76War77c: No. 2 hard, 76V,j?3c; July, 74Wc; September, 76U076Xc. CORN-No. 2. 69Kc; No. 2 white, TOJf 7CV4c; July. 6RV4c: Hoptember. 6Wj!iiic. OATS-No. 2, 37c; No, 2 white. 30c. Dry Goods Market. NEW YORK, June 29.-COTTON GOODS Markets were quirt and steady today. Liberal orders In men's wear for delivery next summer were, placed. Women's wear staples sold moderutely. Raw silk was firm. Sugar Mnrket, NEW YORK, June 29.-Sl?GAR-Raw, steady; molasses sugar, 2.67c, centrifugal, S32c Refined, steady, cut loaf, 6.26c. crushed, 3.15 mould A, 4.80c, cubs, 4.65c. XX' jX powileredr 1 ic powdered 4 40c I fine granulated, 4.$0o; diamond A 4$0cf eonfeetWnets' A. 4.D0c: No. 1. 4 lOi STOCKS AND BONUS. Iteilew of tlperntlnna on Hloclc Kx t'hnntie Durtiiir the Bit'. NKW YORK. June .-The week In th stock market onenril with a enntlnusnpM of tho lethargic conditions wlm-h domi nated tho greater part of tho month'" operation. Trudlng was virtually at a. sinnastiii soon nrter the opening and changes were fractional, but for tha most part higher. United Dry Goods preferred. wiiu a saio 01 iw Minres, sold at 60, a gain of ," points. Contrary to expecta tions in some quarters, the assassination of Austria's heir was without apparent effcrt In London, although political coni plk'atlonn are feared. Domestic news In cluded reports fnm western railroad In dicating a marked Increase of tonnage. Number ot soles and leading quotations on stocks wcro ns follows: 3i. tilth. Ui, ci4. Altik (loM Mt Aimli:mtl Copper ... t.COO UU 1t IT', Amerloui llrt Sumr .... 20) 2l, :;, 31 Arrrrlfmi fan i4U Antrlou H. St It 2fc AmrrKsn S. A II. ffd... 100 102t 10: H 141 Amr. 8uir Ucllnlns ,. tOMt Amerlcin T. & r ... 1211. Amrrlcan ToKareo ..... ... tit Anacendt Mlnlnc 3014 AtrMaon ) MU 9H 41 luitlmor a i hUi P tss to rn liruoklyn l!rM Tr ioo M ! lit California I'ctroltum ... M 19, Its H fanmllan Pacific Tn) UJ'i 1114. 1I1U Onlral Iathr 300 3114 15U 1JW rrptapraim a unio , to Chlfaro O. V 300 It l i Cnlratn, M. m. I ("hlfagrt ft N. V Chlno Cnprr folorado rul Sr Iron.... Colorado & Southern Dnr A nio (lrnte.... 300 M'4 81 S7ii ... 129 400 (Hi 40 84 M, t 21 Drnrrr It. 0. pM.. ... .... ... .... 10i 171 Cluttrnhrim lUplorallon Illinois Onlral ..... BJ4. , 110 300 tit; 4iu 4m t4i Interborouih Met. pfj ... Implrnllon Copper International llarTcatar.. .... 104 Kinui I'ltr guuthtrn... Ka lhllh Vallrr 3,400 134S IMS 134U l.oulil!le it Naahtllle ... lStVa Molran Trtrolfum , , ., 49 Miami Coppr 200 71 32 3lt Mlimurl. K. T 144a Mlaourl Parlflo 1.400 17U 14H HU National Ularull lit NIUnHl lrail , 41 Nrraila CovrT 2"! I3i 134 1344 N'w York (Vntral WM UU tiv 14V N". Y., N. II. A II 400 Hi 44V1 4 Norfolk Wftfrn 104 Northern Pacific ax) 110 10SK 10Mi ratlllo Mall 3114 Pacific T. T 14 lVnniyltanbt 3.10 HOW ItltUj 110 Pullman Palace Car too Its 1S4, IM Jlnr on. cppr 1.400 10s V. oia neadlna 7,000 1U 141H J411 ltcruhllc Iron A Htrol , 2tW llotk Itland Oo (00 Pa IK 1W Hock lalanil (V rfj. ... av) 3 j j st. u tt a r ti pdi 4s SiHhcrn I'arltle 4,100 K4 IIH 13 foullrtni Itallway 2U0 34i 21 2.1(4 Tnnaae Copptr ... , snj Tim Oompnnr .... 143 Union Pacific 5,300 IM'i ISIS 112m Union l'aclllo pfd 1:1. United Klatt Steal 12,100 AOtt 4914 10 v n. Hteei pfd 4oo 10114 mm 10m Ula1 Copper ,... 1,100 I7H 44S Wabnsh pld , 311 Weatern Union l.Jna ITS 67 47 WettlnshouM Rlectlic .. 400 74H mi T11 Total aales for th day, 49.000 tturtt, lllo. Local fleonrltles, Quoiitloni rumlahad br nurna. Drinkar 441 Omaha National hank bulldtnc: A Co.. Aked, no 100 mocka j nifl, rnlrnvmt Cream, pfd. 7 p. 0., ei-dtr. M Fairmont Cream. . 6 p. a. -dlr. . M Nebraaka.lnwa drain Co ,., Omaha ft r II. Ht. Rjr. pfd, ei-dlr.. Tlta Onwha ft C. 11. 11. & U 44 Omaha K. I,, tt V. pfd... 74 I ralrle Life Inauranc...,, 121 t'nlon Block Ytnla, Omaha ,, IIU Balft A Co.. T per rant. x-dlr , 105 Hklnner Macaronla 4 per cant pfd.... ..... Ho. Ran Kranclaco Land A Inp. ...... X Honda llancroft. Nlx, lit jjij J 1. Car Threrh..Mcli. ta, UI7-I8.. , 44 Eaat Ht. Loula tt sulk ta, 1431 ,, 13 Dundee ravins warranta, 7 par cent., , Dundy Co., Neb., Pthixil 4a. 1I1S-34.. 104 l'all P.lver IV,, S. I). ia,1433 101 Iowa It. A U St. 1933 94 K, C. M. ft O. 4a Lincoln Trwi. Ca, m , , K tlmsha 11. L & V, ,' l33 91 Omaha riat 4m 1917 MU, fltjr of Omaha 4li. 1941 , 1MU Omaha ft C. II. St. nr. 4a, 1924 9ii I'uiet Sound T. L A P. 4, lilt 1C0 Hcrlbner, Neb., (a. 19tt tt Hall Lake Hrtiool 4, 1130 .", Sioux rity Mock Yarda ta, 19J0 1tl Kan. Cltr. iln., tan bllli, 7 per t-ent M Kltt A rn. Ca. 1944 .,,..,... M Wane, Nell., M. P.. 4a tl 1 4J MM 64 11 99," 101 U. lt 100 100 100 103 103 Tt 95 33 an 94H 101 44 101 100 44, 1. too Tt. 100 tlmnlin llnv Mnrket. OMAHA. June, 2-1 .-IIAY-Pralrle: Old, ohlco upland. $14.0opl4.60: No. t 11- 1 14 00; No. 2, JIO.MlJlt 01; No .1 $4.00'!t7.Ol: No 1 choice midland. $tS.dofn 00; No. I. $fo.o04il.oo: No. 3. $5.OOy7.O0; No. 1 cliolpe. low'nnd. $10.tll00; No. !, $.0"ST8.W: No! 3. 4.W1H.OO; New clml-e HVo; No. I. H.OOfi.l2.00: No. 2. 10 00a.U.CO. Straw: Choice) whent. fRTAfifiOf). ATfalfa- Kn 1 1 choice, new. $l3.00ffl4.CO: No. 2. $10,00 tjfi'.oo; No. 3 a not wanted; no sale for If. No, 1 choice, old, good de mand, $13.C0fj 14.00. Kvnitri4"1 Annie rml Tlrleil Frnlta NW YORK. Juno ft) EVAPORATED APPLVH Oulet and firm; fancy. ll12c; ohnicfl. iO$Mf'': nrlme. 0M&!rSc. DRIED KRltlTfi "runes, tdy: CN Itornlas 3Tffll't4o; Oreg"ns. lOjllc. Aprl-r-nls quiet: choice, 16Htl64io; extra choice, 17Wl7!io fncy, lHc Poachos st'ady; rliol'n. C,HiQr; extra choice. 607'c: fnncv, 7"(H'Kp Rnlli, quiet: loose ms chI'. 6'4Si7ic: choirs to fancy seeded, 7Jj7R4ic: seedless, 6Via"c; London layers, $1.751.80. ( rttiM Mnrket, NEW YORK. June 89. COTTON-Fu-turH closei steadv: July. 12.66c, Aucust, 12 87c: October, 12.68c; l)ecemhr, 12.7o; Ju iniar v 12.CO01 Mnrch, 12 66c; Mav, 12.37c. Hpot quiet; middling, 13.15c; g"lf. 13.Mc; LIVEHPOOL, Juno 23, COTTON Stendy; good middling. 8.15d; middling, 7.r,'(d: low middling, 7.16d. Sales 4.000 hales. Cotton closed steady, net unchanged tq 6 points higher. London (Hook Market. LONDON, June 2:1. American securities v ere quiet, with a good undertone durinK tho enrly trading today. Light huylnsf odvanued prices and at noon tho Hit rnnged from U to i over parity, sales, 345 hales. Oils it "d Rosin. NEW YORK. Juno 20.-TURPENTINU firm; marhlno. barrels, 60c. ROSlN-qulet; strained, common toj good, $1.10. HERMAN DENIES HAVING LEAGUE TEAM BATTERY HERMAN, Neb., Juno 29. To tho Sport ing Editor: I notlco your correspondent at Fontenelle says In this momlng'si paper Ilurman had a league battery at that place yesterday. I want to conlra diet that btutement. Doth pitcher and catcher are homo boys and before going? to the one time aspirant for capital honors Pitcher Kltch cut eight acre oC wheat. He Is a farmer boy. Hvary man who plays on our ,teani this year wan born and raised In this vicinity and has lived here their entire llvos. Scotia lllnnks Ord. SCQTIA, Neb., June 29.-(Speelal Tel-granO-Hcotia shut out Ord hero yester day 3 to 0. The largest crowd of the season was out. Guy Cook, former pitcher for tho Scotia team for many years, was on the mound and allowed but ont hit, The third man up In the ninth inning after having two strikes slpgled over second, spoiling his chances for a no hit no run game. Score: R.JI.E. Ord ,. 000000000-011 Bcotla OOI02000-3P1 Uatterles: Scotia, Cook and Ammer man; Ord, Custle and Arnold. Mouduiulit Teoiu Wins. MONDAM1N. Ia., June , (Special Telegram.) Mondoniln defeated Mis souri Valley by a score ot 10 to S hera Saturday. Batteries: Mondamln, Mc Keen and Pratt; Missouri Valley, Mor decan and Ullsa. Features of the game, oro a double play and ten strike outa for Mondamln. Klui Creek Defeats Amherst. tLM CREEK, Nb., Juno .-Sptclal Telegram.) Klin Creek defeated Am herst here yesterday In a fast gams by the score of 6 to 1, This makes eight game won and three lost by the local team. Batteries Elm CreeK, Roberta and Heliler Amherst Colbert and Davta.