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PHILS ANDJffiDS DIVIDE
xingang Driven Off Mound in
Eighth Frame of First.
BENTON AT HIS BEST IN SECOND
Philadelphia Obtains Only l'lve
Hits, Three of Which Are
Slnilc In Second Inning:
to, of Contrst,
CINCINNATI. July ll.rh!ladelpha
nnd Cincinnati divided a double-hoader
today, the visitors taking the flrat Game,
C to 3, and the locals capturing the sec
ond. 5 to 2. In the first contest Philadel
phia batted Ylngllng hard and forced his
retirement in the eighth inning. Alexan
der was also batted freely, but lie kept
tho hits scattered.
Benton was at his best in the. second
game, Philadelphia obtaining only five
hits, three of which were made. In the
socond Inning. Tlncup, on the other hand,
was hit hard and was replaced by Uaum
gartner, who allowed only one hit In the
four Innings pitched. Score, first game:
FHIIADKL,I'1IIA. CINCINNATI.
All. It O A B An. 11. O A K.
rijTne, SB.. 6 1 5 S OMoran ,rf.. I 0 3 0 9
raekert, cf. 4 2 1
Cravath, tC. 3 0 1
I3brt, b.. 4 I 0
Ml(, It... 4 1 1
Luderui, lb 4 1 10
Martin, .. 4 I I
KIllKer. e... 1 0 4
Alexander, p 4 1
0 oiieriot. h... 4 I 3 2 0
0 Ortiomley, If. 4 1 4 0 0
1 ONIthotr, lb.. 4 1 i 4 0
0 OOroh. lb. .. 4 2 1 1 1
1 OMolloltl. lb 3 1 I 0 0
1 OMIIIer. cf... 3 1 3 0 0
4 OLaltosn, cf.. 0 0 0 0 0
2 OErwIn. c... 2 0 10 0
Goniale.. a. 1 0 f. 1 0
TottU
11 11 17 17 OYInsllns. p. J 1 0 1 0
hcnneiser, p 0 o o 0 0
lloblltiel ..1 0 0 0 0
. Total. si i n 1 "i
Hatted for LaTioss in ninth.
Philadelphia 001110020-5
Cincinnati o 0 0 0 l 1 o o 1-3
Two-bate hits: Groh, Nlehoff. Three
bate hits: Paskert, Lobert, Martin.
Tilts: Off Ylngllng, 11 In seven and one
third Innings; off Schneider, 0 In one and
two-thirds Innings. Sacrifice flis.
Cravath (2), KUIIfer. Stolen base.
Twombly. Double play: Heriog to Moll
wits, Left on bases: Philadelphia, t;
Cincinnati, 7. Bases on balls: Oft Alex
ander, 3: off Schneider, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Ylngllng. Killlfer. Struck out;
By Alexander, 4: by Ylngllng. 1: by
Sohneidcr. 1. Passed ball: ISrwin. Time:
1 :FS. Umpires: Johnson and Byron.
Score, first game:
nilUADBUPHIA. CINCINNATI.
All. HO. AH. AD.H.O.A.B,
Byrne, 2b... 4 1 : OMoraa. r(.... 4 3 3 0 0
liert. cf.. 10 10 OHenof. .. 1 0 1 0
Crarath, rf. 4 1 1 1 Orwombler.H 4 18 10
Ixibert, lb.. 4 12 1 ONI.holt, lb. 3 0 1 1 0
Jlegee. If.,.. 4 0 4 0 OOroh. 3b.... 113 11
Luderua, lb. 4 111 IMollwIU. lb 4 1 t 0 0
Martin, ... 2 112 CLohr. of..... 4 2 10 0
Jlurni. c 4 0 4 0 OBrwIn. c... 4 2 10 0
Tlncup. p... 1 0 0 2' ODenton, p... 4 10 0 0
Frank 10000
Damsrdnr, pi 0 0 I I ToUuj 21 10 27 9 1
Totala .....11 "til 12 "l
Batted for Tlncup in fifth.
Philadelphia 0 1000001 0-3
Cincinnati 0 30j0000 -6
Two-ooae hits: Erwtn, 2. Hits: Off Tln
cup, 9 in four innings; off Baumgardner,
1 in four Innings. Sacrifice hits: Groh.
Sacrifice fly: Heraog. Stolen basos: Mo
ran (2), Henog (2), Left on bases; Phil
adelphia, ; Cincinnati. 7. Bases on balls:
Off Tlncup. 1: off Baumgardner, 2; off
Benton, 4. Struck out; By Tlncup. !: by
Baumgardner. It by Benton, 6, Passed
ball: Burns. Time; t:00. Umpires: Byron
and Johnson.
Giants Crush Cnlit.
CHICAGO, July J4. New York today re
gained the ground lost yesterday, defeat
ing the Chicago Nationals, 12 to 8. Tho
margaln between the two Is now four and
one-half games. The game abounded In
hard hitting.
The Giants startod baiting In the open
ing Inning and scored three runs by
hunching a double and two singles with
an error, a wild pitch and a base on balls.
Chicago played an uphill game and was
within one run of tiding the score in the
fourth, but in the sixth the visitors hit to
nil corners of the field.
lavender replaced Cheney, but could
not stop tho scoring. Demaree did not
puzzle the Cubs and shortly after Hchulto.
lined out a home run ho retired. Mathew
son played the role of roaouer, but was
lound for nine hits. Score:
NSW TOIIK. CHICAGO,
AB.H.O.A.K. AU.ll.O.A.E.
needier, ct., 4 4 4 0 OUacb, cf... 1110 0
Doyle, 3b... 4 111 lOood. rf.... 1110 0
Hums, It.... 4 14 0 Onetea, rf.... 1 0 3 0 0
Jlobrttn, rf. 2 0 I 0 OSaler. lb..,. I 3 7 0 0
Murray, ri.. i v o uzmrmn, lb. a 2 1 I z
Fletcher, sa 0 2 2 1 OSchuIte, If. 4 1 3 0 0
Mtrkla. lb.. 4
McLean, . 4
Stock. 3b.... t
DemarM. s. 1
11 osweener, Jb 4 0 3 4 0
110 ODtrrlck, a.. i 2 1 0 I
111 IBreinahan. c I 0 I 3 0
0 0 0 OtUrtme, c 2 0 1 0 0
0 0 0 OCheney. n.. 0 0 o a o
Oonlln .... 1
Watbifit, p I 0 0 0 O'WIIllein ..1 1 n o 0
lavender, p 1 1 0 0 0
ToUl 10 11 27 0 Z'Corrldtn ..1 0 0 0 0
Totala 41 11 37 3
Batted for Demaree in fourth.
Ratted for Cheney in sixth.
Batted for La,vender In ninth.
New York 3 0 1 I 0 5 0 1 1-12
Chicago 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 3 0-8
Two-boat hits: Doyle (2). Williams, Saler,
lach. Three-base hit: Zimmerman.
Home runs: Schulte. Beschcr. Saler. Hits:
( ff Demaree, 3 in three innings; pff
Mathewson. 9 in six innings; off Cheney,
11 in six Innings; off Lavender, 2 In three
innings. Sacrifice hit: Bescher. Sacri
fice fly; Hehulte. Stolen bases: Burns,
"'urmy sweeney, uoume piay;
Bresnahsn to Derrick. Left on baseij:
Chicago, l; New York, 8. Hawa on balls:
Off Chene y.lj off Demaree, 3; off
Mojthewson. Ij off Lavender, I. Hit by
Pitched ball: By Demaree. Leaehu by
Mathewson, Cheney; by Choney, Melxsan.
Struck out. By Cheney, 5: by Demaree,
1, by Mathewson. 4; by Lnvendtr. 1. WIM
pitches: By Cheney. J. Time: 2:25. Um
pires: Hart and Rlgler.
Cards Nose Oiu nraves.
ST. LOUIS. July 14,-niggert's drive
against the right field fence. In the ninth
Inning after one was out, counting C,
Miller and Huggliin, enahlnl .St. Louts to
ncse out Boston, score 3 to 2.
Boston scored In the fourth on a single,
an out, a stolen base and a sacrifice iy.
In the fifth Inning Kvers singled and
Mcored on Connolly's three-base hit.
Dolan scored St. Loulsf flrat run when he
singled, stole sreond and went to third
on an error, counting J. Miller's hit for
one base. Score:
BOSTON. ST. LOUIS,
A.B.H.O.A.E AD.H.O.A.B.
rierora, cf... 4 2 1 0 OUuritna 3b. 3 2 1 2 0
Kvara. lb.... 4 2 1 1 OIllHcn, cf. 4 1 1 0 0
Connolly; rf. 4 1 0 0 Ortolan, If.... I 1 0 0 0
MrnTle'. ai... 4 2 4 3 CJ. Miller. M. 4 1 S 1 0
Hchroiat, lb 4 0 11 0 OWlUon. rf... 2 0 1 1 0
Ileal, 3b 3 1 0 3 OQtcIc, 3b 3 0 1 1 0
Mann, If 4 110 tvyiltr, C....1 0 4 2 0
Whalius, (..1031 Uiremn, lb. 2 t 7 1 0
TyUr, p 4 1 1 I li'arOua, p... 1 0 1 1 1
'Duller I 0 0 0 0
Totals 23 12-16 14 IMtoch ,...l 0 0 0 0
C. Miller... 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 30 1 37 13 1
Oneout when winning run scorec.
Batted for Dressen in ninth.
Batted for Perdue in ninth.
Ran for Roche in ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 02
St. Louis 00010000 2-3
Two-base hits. Devore, Mann. Roche,
Rlggsrt. Three-bsse hits: Hugffinn Con
liolly. Sacrifice hits: nvrs. l'nrrina.
Beck. RlggerL Sacrifice fly: Deal. Stolen
bases: Muronville. Dolan. Devore. Double
plays: Deal to Evers to Schmidt. .1.
Miller to Beck. Lft on bases: Boston,
9; St, Louis. 11. Bases on balls: Oft
Tyler, 6; off Perdu, 3. Struck out: By
Tyler, X Time: l:U. Umpire: Klem and
Emslle.
Britons WinYhird
Match from Frenoh
WIMBLEDON. July H.-Gret Britain
today won the third of the singles
matches In the preliminary round against
France In the Dwlght K. Davie Interna
tional lawn tennis trophy tournament
The British team will consequently meet
at Boston the winning team of the
Australian-Canadian-German matches,
T. M, Mavrogordato' of Great Britain
defeated Mix Decugls, France, In three
straight sets, 5-1, 7-5, 7-5.
The British team won the first two
singles matches' Saturday, but were
beaten yestorday In the doubles by tha
Trench plr.
Kidney Trouble nnd Wrak llaek.
Signs of breakdown In health. Electric
Bitters gives sure relief and lasting bene
fit from It's use. 50c and L AU drug
gists. Advertisement
Standing of Teams
WEST. LBAGlE.i NAT. LEAGUE.
W.L. Pet i W.Ll'ct
Denver ....48 33 .SM'New York.. 44 30 .M
St Joseph .47 36 ,673i Chicago ....413S.519
Sioux Clty.48 36 ,d71St. Louis.... 41 39 .Ml
Lincoln ....44 39 .53Jl'hlladelihta.3l 37 .i3
Pes Molnes.44 41 .618 Cincinnati ..3S 40 .457
Omaha SS 45 .454 Pittsburgh .34 37 .479
Wichita .as R2 OJ llmnklvn ...33 37 . 471
Toneka
...31 54 .3 5 Boston 33 41 .4W
AiMElt, U5AUUB.
W.L. Pet.
Phlla. 45 32 .5S4
PKD. LEAGUE
W.L.Pct.
Chicago J 31 .tST
Inulo.nauolls.41 33 .544
Baltimore .40 35 633
Brooklyn ...3 32 .523
Iltlflalo 37 34 .521
St. Louis. ..31 46 430
KantAS Clt)' 34 45 .4:0
Detroit 45 37 .549
St. Louis.. . 4i 3S .545
.. aDMIUKVUUiW 1'J
Chicago ....41 3 .5i
Boston 43 JS .5311
New York.. 29 46 ,SS7
Cleveland ..2 52 . 333
Pittsburgh . 42 .8
STATE LEAGUE
W.L Pet.
Beatrice ...37 23.617
Hastings ..37 24 .GO;
A.MlSit briAUlbi
W UPct.
Milwaukee S44 35 .57.
Louisville ..IS 40 .55
York 35 26 ,674Cleveiand
45 41 ,523
.r. isianu.x: x .sis
Columbus ..23 S3 .4S
Kan, City.. . 4! .317
tndlanaplls .45 43 .511
Mlnneaplls .41 44 . 1S3
Superior ...t9 34 .4C0
Norrolk ....24 33.421
Kearney .,..20 40 .333
Columbus
40 43 471
St. Paul
32 54 .372
lentrruuy'n Ilonuli",
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Topeka, 2: Sioux City. 9.
Wichita, 7J Omaha, 6.
St. Joseph, 2" Denver. 9.
Des Moines,- 1: Lincoln, 2.
AMKIUL'AK UKAUUK.
Detroit. 2, Washington, 0.
1 St. Louis-Philadelphia, postponed, rain.
Chicago-New York, postponed, rain.
I Cleveland, 1: Boston, 2.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
, Brooklyn-Pittsburgh, postponed.
I'hlladalphla. 5-2; Cincinnati, 3-3.
1 New York. 12; Chicago, 8.
Boston, 2: St. Louis. 3.
KKDKIIAI, IjISAGUE.
Pittsburgh-Brooklyn, postponed, rain.
Buffalo, 1-2; Baltimore, 3-7. Second
game called end seventh to allow teams
to catch train.
St. Louis, 0: Chicago, 11.
Indianapolis, 2; Kansas City, 7.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Minneapolis-Columbus, postponed, rain.
Kansas City, 3; Cleveland, 5.
Milwaukee, !; Indianapolis, 7,
St. Paul, 5; Ixjutsvllle. 6.
Norfolk. 0; Hastings, 5
Columbus, 0: York, 3,
Beatrice, 11; Kearney. 0.
Superior, 8; Grand Island, S.
flnmes Today.
Western LcagueTopeka at Sioux City,
Wichita at Omaha, St, Louis at Denver,
Des Moines, at Lincoln.
American League Detroit at Washing
ton. St. Louis at Philadelphia, Chicago
at New York, Cleveland at Boston.
National League Brooklyn at Pitts
burgh, Philadelphia at Cincinnati, New
York at Chicago, Boston at St, Louis.
Federal League Brooklyn at Pittsburgh,
Baltimore at Buffalo, St, Louis at Chi
cago, Indianapolis at Kansas City.
American Association St, Paul at Cleve
land, Milwaukee at Columbus, Kansas
Cltv at Loutsvlllo, Minneapolis at In
dianapolis. Nebraska State League Kearney at Su
perior, York at Norfolk, Grand Island at
Beatrice, Hastings at Columbus.
DDBOC BLANKS SENATORS
Haa Better of Ayres and Tigera Win,
Tyro to Nothing.
FIRST RUN SCORED IN SEVENTH
Tr Cobb Is Back In Llueup far
Detroit, bat Falls to Get a
lilt Wllsan Sees the
Game,
WASHINBTON, July H.-Dubuc had
the better of Ayres today and Detroit
won, 2 to 0. The Tigers ncorod their
first run In the seventh inning when
Veach doubled, was safe when yres fum
bled Kavana'ugh's bunt, and went home
cn Burn's sacrifice fly of which Shanks
made a remarkable catch.
Shaw pitched the last Inning for Wash
Irglon and Detroit scored another run
cn singles by Crawford and Kavaruvugh
and an Infield out. Cobb was back In
the lineup today, but failed to get a hit.
President Wilson with his daughter,
Mrs. Mcdoo, watched the gamo from a
box In the upper stand. It was his first
appearance this season at the ball park.
Scon:
DETROIT. WASIUNOTOM.
Aa.H.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.B.
Fmih, ..till OMotlier, rf . 4 3 0 1 0
rurtell, 3b. . 4 2 0 3 OKokter, 3b.. 13 10 1
tbb. cf.... 3 0 10 OMIlan. cf.... 1 0 3 0 0
rawford, rf 3 1 0 0 OOandll. lb,. 4 0 110
Veaeli, If.... 4 1 1 0 OWIIIltma. o. 3 3 3 3 1
Katangh, 2b 3 1 1 1 0Shok. It... 3 0 4 1 0
llurne, lb.... 3 110 4 OMorstn, 2b,. 3 1 1 l 0
fctanlfl, o... 4 1 4 3 OMcBrtCia, aa. 3 0 ( 1 1
liubue, p.... 4 0 13 OAyrei, ,.,.. 2 0 0 4 1
3haw, p... . 0 0 1 0 0
Totati , ..,10 1.27 SI 0
-ToUIa 31 0 27 17 4
Batted for Ayres In eighth. '
Detroit 0 o o q o 0 I 0 1-S
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-baso hits; Purtell, Veaoh. Will
lams, Three-base hit: Foster. Hits: Qlt
.tyres, fl In eight Innings;, off Shaw, 3 In
one Inning. Sacrifice hits: Burns, Kav
anaugh, Shanks, Milan. Sacrifice fly:
Burns, Double plays: Bush to Burns (2)t
Morgan to MuQrlde to Gandlll; Shanks to
Morgan. Left on bases: Detroit ! Wash
ington, 4. Bases on balls: Off Dubuo, 2;
off Shaw. 1. First base ori errors: De
troit, 3. Struck out: By Dubuo, 1: by
Ayres, 2. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Egan
and Evans.
Iloaton Crnshea Napa.
BOSTON. July 14 Boston defeated
Cleveland, 2 to 1. today, Shore, a pitcher
obtained from the Baltimore Interna
tionals, holding the visitors to two hits,
flhoi-e was not hit safely until tho sixth
Inning when O'Neill drove a llnr to
renter for three bases and scored his
cam's only run when Graney grounded
to Janvrln.
Boston hit Rteen mfely In all but two
Innings, A pats to Janvrln In the fourth,
on QUt at first and Cady's single covin ted
tho locals' first run. Hpenker walkud In
tl e fifth, went to socond on an out and
scored when flteen threw wild to first
Manager Birmingham was nut off tho
field for disputing a decision. Score;
CLEVBMND. PO8T0N.
An. H. o. a.e. in u n a r
Crtner, If... 2 13 1 OfUttb rf. ... I 1 1 0 0
Turner. 3b. 2 0 1 2 03colt, . ..1 2 4 4 1
Johtmon. cf. 4 0 3 0 0?pker, ef,. 2 0 1 0 0
, niton, lb,... 4 0 1 S ltewlt. r... 4 1 2 0 0
Klrke. lb. . 3 0 I 1 OOardaar lb. 1 D 0 ft
Chapman, u. 2 0 1 3 OJanrrln. lb, 2 0 13 0 0
Worn, rf 1 0 0 0 OYerkM, tb.. 4 0 3 2 0
Lelbol4, rf.. I 0 1 0 OCaOr, 4 1110
SIUV::,! 1 1
Tot,,. .....n"iM-, u 1
Cleveland OOnooioo 01
'Boston 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 -2
n.!wf?;bai2 MiV. n;( Three-base hit:
0 Nelll. feacrlflce hit: Turner. Stolon
bases: Chapman, Graney. Scott Double
play: Yerkes to Scott to Janvrln. Left
on bases: Clevolai d, 3; Borton, 12. Bases
on balls: Off Eteen. 5; off Shore. 3. Bases
on errors. Cleveland, I; Boston, 1. Hit
1 y pitched ball: By flteen, Bhore. Struck
out; By Steen. J; by Shore. 3, Timer 1:47.
Umpires: Connelly and Q'Loughlln.
Fast Game to Cairo,
CAIRO. Neb.. July 14,-(BnecIal.)-The
fastou game of ball ever played on the
Cairo diamond took place hero yesterday,
when the Goettsche team from Orand
Island, lost to the locals, 1 to 0. The local
outfield only touched four balls, one a
tad throw to socond being handed by thu
center fielder. Tho left fielder fathered
In two files and barely missed another by
having tq run over a very rough field.
Thin was the only hit scored by the vis
itors from Fagan. the local pitcher.
Uchlluir Wins.
UEHLINO. Neb.. July H.-SpeclaI.)-Uehllng
beat Scribner on the local
grounds In a fast game of ball Sunday.
Score!
Bcrlbner 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Uehllng , , 1 0000100-i
Batteries: Scribner, Enters and Johnson;
Uehllng, Fhelffer and Black, Struck out:
By Phelffer, 9', by Ehlers, 5; by Johnson.
2. Umpire: Carlsen. ' ;
Creilon A rain Ilafeated.
COLUMBUS, Neb.. July H.-(8peclal.)-Tn
a loosily played game Boetttcher
Colti rtefealed Creston. Tills makes the
third defeat, for Creston In as many
vames by the Colts. Score: R.H.E,
Creston 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 0 1 7 8
MelU 1 0 0 3 2 0 3 1 -10 11 4
Batteries: Creston. R. Wenk and Kem
per; Colts, Wllzlnskl, Weator and Wolf.
THE BKE:
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bears in Wheat Pit Enjoy Some
Smooth Sailing.
CORN IS QUITE IRREGULAR
Yellow Cerr.nl In t'p nnd Ilorrn and
After Shorting Considerable
Unrly StrcnKth Weak
ens Later On.
OMAHA. July 14, 1914.
Smooth sailing was the lot of the bears
In the wheat pit yesterday There were
not enough bulls with the necessary back
bone to halt the onward march of the be
lievers In lower tirlces. Some of the cash
handlers of wheat, who sent out bids for
tno grain late Saturday, reported the ac-c-ptancca
on bids as light, yet there were
others in the trado who claimed that
tho country was a heavy seller. The
best criterion was tho big sales In the
way of 'hedges," and they certainly were
large.
When asked as to the cause of the
weakness shown In wheat, aa well as
the fact that the bulls were unable to
stem the tide, "Jack" O'Brien, one of
the traders of the Bartlett Frailer house,
answered that the weakness was the
actual wheat coming on sale.
When it Is considered that tho now
crop of Whent has only begun to move
out of the hands of farmers nnd that It
Is being prepured for shipment with all
the haste possible. It behooves the trade
at large to move with the greatest cau
tion In making large commitments on the
bull side of the market.
Todd W. Lewis of the firm of Charles
E. Lewis A Co. of Minneapolis, now In
the wheat fields, found rust In the neigh
borhood of Aberdeen, and that velvet
chaff wheat was more Infested than tho
blue stem.
Crop news was the lending bear help
In whont. and this was followod closely
by the goodly lncreaso In tho visible
supply.
Corn was Irregular and unsettlod. It
showed considerable strength enrly, but
weakenrnl later. The early buying was
on continued reports of deterioration,
caused by hot winds and lack of mois
ture. Cash sales of corn here wore small at
only 40.100 bu.
The oats market was In a demoralised
condition for a period yesterday, but
rallied on some outside buying And
tuled quite steady during the latter part
of the sossion,
Further progress in the upward direc
tion was noted In tho provision trade
yesterday, prices closing with substan
tial gains. An Improved demand for
cash meats was reported, and the trade
anticipated some betterment in the lard
trado within the near future.
Wheat was unchanged to He lower.
Corn was unchanged to lo higher.
Oats were VSOHo lower.
Clearances were 6,000 bushels of corn,
3,000 bushels of oats and wheat and flour
equal to 272,000 bushels
Liverpool closed HtHld lower on wheat
and IkiHd higher on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,840,000
bushelH and shipments were 1,184,000 bush
els, ngalnst receipts lust year of 1,11)1,000
bushels and shipments of 554,000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 408,000 bush
els and shipments were 560,000 bushels,
against receipts last year of 377,000 bush
els and shipments of 396,000 bushels.
Primary oats receipts were 616,000 bush
els and shipments were 407,000 bushels,
against receipts last year of 746,000 bush
els and shipments of 2U,000 bushels.
CARLOT RECEIPTS,
WheatCorn.Oata.
Chicago 1,153 103 162
Minneapolis M
Duluth 122
Omaha 65
Kansas City 331
St. Louis 144
Winnlpec 224
27 1
15
V)
These sales were reported today; Corn
No. 2 white: 1 oar, 74c. No. 3 white: 1
car, 7SVic. No. 2 yellow: 3 cars, CSc. No,
6 yellow: l car, 65Hc No. 1 mixed: 3 cars,
67c; 1 car, C6Hc No. 3 mixed: 1 car (near
white). 68o ; 4 cars, 66c. No, G mixed: 1
oar, eso. Sample: 1 car, 61c; 1 car, 63c.
Wheat No, 2 hard winter; 3 cars. 71c.
No. 3 hard winter; 1 car told), 71c No. 4
hard winter: 1 car, 70c. Oats No, 3 white:
2 cars, 3514c. No. 4' white; 1 ear, 34ic.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat. No, 2 hard.
"tOWPUci No. 3 hard. 70!HSii.e: No. 4
hard, 65HOW4c; No. 2 spring, 77tf78c; No,
1 spring, 't&UVoi No, 4 spring, 72$f7ic; No.
2 durum, G3ttftti9V4c; No. 3 durum, C7Viff
CSHc. Corn: No. 1 white, 74jp4Uc; No. 2
white, 7174e; No. 3 white, 7ailOTJMc;
No. 4 white, 71M073Vioi No. 1 yellow, 68fr
6SW0; No. 2 yellow, 67i8cj No. 3 yel
low, 07i67Wa: No. 4 yellow, C6WSiiflfli
No. 8 yellow, foftGGtte: No. 1 mixed, 67
07Uc;.No, 2 mixed.. CflW7c! No. 3 mixed,
Wtt8Vic; No. 4 mixed. MUBOSViCI. No. 8
mixed. 6f(ia OstsI No. 2 white. 3CU6)
36o standard, 33l43JHc: No. 3 white, 35&
uo: no. 4 wnite, juftucuftc. uariey:
Malting, 654c; No. 1 feed, 4&g6c. Rye:
No. 2. Mqfoc; No.' 3. 62'uS3c.
CHICAGO GRAIN AP PROVISIONS
Feature of the. Trading; nnd Closing;
Prices nn Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, July U, Despite Increasing
damage from black ru'st, the wheat market
today finally took a downward turn owing-
to export bids being out of line, Tho
close was nervous, HfrWo to Ho under
last night Corn showed a, net loss of
Htlic to llHo and oats of Ho to lc.
In provisions th outcome varied from
VqIWc decline to a rise of 15c
Wheat speculators found plenty of
signs that the demands of importing
countries hnd been well filled, at least for
the present. The few bids which were re
ceived from across the Atlantic- proved
to be quite unsatisfactory aa a working
basis. About the only buying of any Im
portance on foreign account was In tho
September delivery and was believed by
most traders to be simply the filling of
old contracts. The European visible sup
ply exhibited u substantial' Increase,
whereas there was a big falling off at
the corresponding time a year ago.
Reports of black rust damage to wheat
In South Dakota were more numerous and
positive than heretofore. The news about
the plague, however, was not backed up
by any rush to purchase or by other evi
dence of widening alarm.
Corn values dropped owing to breaking
of tho drouth In parts of the Ohio valley
and because of a forecast of unsettled
conditions tonight and tomorrow promis
ing wldeaprad rain,
Merchandise demand was slow, es
pecially from the east, Damage reports
from Texas and Oklahoma and southern
states east of the Mississippi had no last
ing effect on the market.
Oats felt the bearish Influence of In
creasing receipts from the new crop
July In particular seemed to have put
little support
Provisions averaged lower with hogs.
There was considerable pressure on xlbs
as a result of spreads In which ribs were
sold, and ut the soirie time lard was
extensively bought
Artlcle Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.l Ve's'y.
Wheat
July.
76T.
77K
VfK T7H
76!, 77
?i Sit
Sept.
Corn. I
July.
m
7Wj
can'
67h.
6S1
1
sept
Oats
July
67
Bent.
Pork I,
juiy.
. SoPt
Lard I
..., 22 60 "I
87 12095 I
I 10 27 I
37 I 10 40 I
I 11 97
yo 87
20.95 20
20 W
io'w
1
July
10
JO 40
10 27 I 10
10 40 I 10
Sept
Ribs. 1
July.l
Sept. 1 11 va
L.
1 a
fa' a
13 02
93 11 92 I 11 97
Chicago Cash Prices V.'naat: No. 2 red.
7SC2'!5!Oi No. 2 hard. 78Ktf!lto; No. i
northern, 87U3ai No. 2 spring, 860870.
Corn; No. 2 yellow, 70H&7lc; No. 3 yellow,
"OaWUc. Oats; No, 3 white, SfiHTmHc
standard, 38ieS8Vic. Rye: No. 2, new. Wc,
Uariey. 4Sgc. Timothy. $10006,25. Clover.
lll.00ttlS.0O. Pork. 122-W. Lord. 810.27W
Ribs. 811.7&312.12. 71
UUTT'ER Higher; creameries, 20H8'
JSfcc.
KQGB Higher; receipts, 15.254 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 15tfllHo; ordinary
firsts. 17UOMC. firsts, 18tt&lttc.
POTATOES Lower; receipts, 06 cars;
Arkansas and Oklahoma, tl.401.00;
Illinois, Kansas and Missouri Ohlos, 11.00
Cl.S: Virginia, barrels, 2J.7ttt4.00.
POULTRY-Allve, higher; iowls, 14Vi:
springs, UQKe, '
New York General Market.
NEW YORK, July 14 -BUGAR-IUw,
steady: molasses, 2.67c; centrifugal, 3,12a
Refined, steady to 510 points higher; cut
loaf, 6.35c; crushed, E.2So; mould A.
4.90c; cubes, 165c; XXXX powdered, l(5o;
OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, .71
powdeml, 4.50c, fine granulated, 4.40c .
diamond A, 4.40c; confectioners' A, t.90c,
No 1. 4.20c.
HrTTBR-fnscttled. receipts. 19.000 tubs,
creamery extras, 27V,tfa$V4c. firsts, 264
2!c, seconds, 234124c', process rxtrss, 2Jtl
22Hc; labels, current make, firsts. SOtJ
20Vkc; seconds, 19c, packing stock, current
make. No. 1, 19c.
CHEESE Firm: receipts. 10,000 boxes;
state wholn crenm, fresh, white and col
ored specials, 13tH3c, colored, average
fancy. 14iitfl4Hc; whites, ilVitfllVic.
skims. Ml 11 He
EGOS Firm; receipts, 16,000 cases; fresh
gathered extras, 243c: extra firsts, 23u.
4138c; firsts, 21t?2c; seconds, ISHfltOa;
state, Pennsylvania and nearby hennery
whites, S54M90; gathered whites. 230-270;
hennery browns, HitOe; gathered browns
and mixed colors, 20((T23c.
POULTRY Dressed, easy; western
chickens, froien, MrtfSOc. fowls, l2tflo;
turkeys, (T26o.
Live, firm; western chickens, broilers,
22t)23c: fouls, lMJ16Hc; turkeys. 15c.
OMAHA GI3 NEK At. MARKET.
Rl'TTER-No. 1, Mb. cartons, 27o; No.
1, 00-lb, tubs, 27c
CHEESE ImpoHfMl Swiss. 28c; Amer-
Iran Rwli, Klb Qwli.
". -.,,.., ... , ',v.. w..b. ,n,ii.,
17c; daisies, 17Hc, triplets, 17ic; Young
Americas, lc; blue label brlek, llUc; llm -
burger, 2-lb.. 18c; 1-lb., 20c; New York
White 19c
Fisil-White. le! trout, tie: larre orar, -
pies, li?, Spanish mackerel, 16c, shad roe,
per pair. 50c; salmon, 16c; halibut lie;
uu(fui., Vtv; chutinel catfish, 15c; plko,
He: pickerel, 9e.
POPLTUY Rrollcrs, !0c; hens. 12oi
corks. KLr. flllrlca S,.: rrrfse. So: flirlfnva
)6c; pigeons, per dozen, 90o; ducks, full
leHinerea. t-o : ireeafl. run leainerthi. Hf!
sinuios, iso. 1, ino. z, iw,
REEF CUTS Ribs. No. 1. lStio; No.
. -. ' 1. -. . . . .
The following fruit and veicctablo Drtces
are quoted by the Olllnaky Fruit com
pany: FRUITS Oranges: Extra fancy Glen
dora Valencia, 9s, 112s, 126s, 150e, 176s,
200s, 216s. 250s, 13.7ft ler box; Red Rail
Valenclas, all sixes. 13.1a) per box. Lem
ons: Extra fancy Golden Howl auOs, Sft),
17.00 per box, fancy Silver Cord, 300s. 300s,
16.50 per box. Grapefruit- Extra fancy,
5s, 24.50 per box: extra fancy, 46s, 24.00
per box; extra fancy. 3e, 33,50 per box,
Indian River 64s and We, 15.00 per box.
Apples: Uen Davis, 31.7b per box, Wtne
saa, 12.50 per box. California Fruits: Ilur
bank plums, 11.26 per box; Climax Plums,
81.50 per box; Trtutady plums, U6 per
box; California peaohes, ll.lDfll.35 per
box, black raspberries, per 24-plnt ense,
22.25 per case; red raspberries, per 24-plnt
case, 82.50 per cose; gooseberries, per 24
Pint cose, 82.50 per case; cherries, par 24
plnt case, 82.00 per case.
VEOETAllLES Cauliflower, home
grown, 81.00 per basket; California onions,
lo per lb; peppers, 50a per basket; fancy
tomatoes, 81.00 per crate: 5-crata lots, Wo
per crate; cucumbers, hothouse, 6ocj81.W
per dos,; new beets, carrots, turnips, 25c
per doz. ; celery, 31.00 per dos.: head let
tuco, 60ctl.50 per dot.; leaf lettuce, 40o
per doz,; onions, home-grown, 15a per
doz.; radishes, 16a per doz.: parsley, 5v-c
per dos., garllo, Italian, 20c per lb,; poree
radish, 31.65 per case; shellod popcorn, 60
per lb.; asvaragus, noma. grown, per dos.
market price about 30c per doz,, potatoes,
California new potatoes, 2io por lb,;
watermelons, lc per lb.; cantaloupes,
California standards, 1160 per crate; Call
fornla ponys, 3200 per crate; cauliflower,
home-grown, 31.00 per basket; bananas,
3l.76tf3.50 per bunch.
CALIFORNIA FRUITS-Cherrles, 3J.00
box; apricots, 31.76 orate; plums, 31.75
crate; peaches, 31.10 to 8125 box, black
raspberries, 34-plnt case. 33.26 case; red
raspberries, 24-plnt coso, 33,50 case; goose
berries, 24-plnt case, 32.50 case; cherries,
24-plnt case, 32.00 case.
NUTS-Salted peanuts, 31.60 per csjie;
No. 1 California walnuts, Uio per lb.,
pecans. 12V4Q per lb,; filberts. 15c per lb,;
almonds, 20c per lb. 2 popcorn, 60 per lb.
POTATOES California, now, 2o lb.
WATERMELONS lftc lb.
CANTALOUPES-Callfornla. standards,
32.60 crate; California, pony, 82.00 crate.
CAULIFLOWER Home grown, 81.00
basket.
PINEAPPLES Florida; 48s, 83.75 crte:
42sj 33.00 crate' 36s, 33.25 crate; 30s and
24, 33. '0 crate.
UAMANA8-31.75 to 83.50 bunch .
MISCELLANEOUS - Sugar walnut
dates, 31.25 per box: limes, 81.75 Pr .bos
ket; crackerjaok, 33.60 per case; check
ers, 83.50 per case; crackerjack, per half
cose, 31.75; checkers, per half case, 81.76.
Mlnnrnpolls Oralu Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 11 WHEAT
July, &3Uc; September, T8Wc; No. 1 hard,
88Hc; No. 1 northern. 86Vie67c; No. 2
northern, 83V4S8o.
FIOl'R-Unchanged.
UARLEY-42IiOC:.
RICE 66MM0.
RRAN-318.00.
CORN No. 3 yellow, SWH.
OATS No. 3 white, 34V4ifXc
FLAX-4l.COUai.62i4.
)
Kansna City Grain nnd ProTlslona.
KANSAS CITY. July 11 WHEAT-No.
2 hard, 72S80c; No, 2 red, 7JHHai Sep
temnor, 70?c, December, WimlVAc.
CORN-No. 2 mixed, 70c; No. white,
TOtto: SoPtember. 65o; December. 53o.
OATS No. 2 white, 38o; No. 3 mixed,
347JG6C
RUTTER-amery, 23c; firsts, Ho;
seconds, 18c; packing stock, 17c.
POULTRY liens, Wftoj nrouers, 54c.
SI. Louis Grain Market.
ST. I3U18, July U-WHEAT-No. i
red, 7iif774e! No. 2 hard, 7tt9c; Sep
tember, 76Hc. . ,,
CORN No. t, 71fl71tto; No. t White, TSo;
September, t7e. ,
OATS-No, J. J8; No. 2 white, Jftjjsttc
I
Liverpool Gram Market.
LIVERPOOL. July ll-WHBAT-Np. 1
Manitoba, 7s3Hd; No. 2, 7s 2d; October,
6a77d: December. 6s 8Kd.
CORN-Amerlcan mixed, s7tM! Juir.
6s
Coffee Slarket.
NEW YORK. July ll-RrCaiiso of tho
holiday in Rrailllan and French market
much of the routine was lacktnr In the
coffee market toduy and trading was
quiet. The opening was at a decline of
1 to 3 points under scattered Wall street
selling and Prices showed little further
change, closing at a net advance of 1
point on April, but generally net un
changed to 2 points lower. Sales, 18,750
bags. July, 8.26c August, 8.83c Sept..
8.53c; Oct., 8. Wo: Deo., 8.72o; Jan., 8.76a;
March, 8.87c: May. 8.W0, Boot coffe quiet;
lUo No. 7, bc; Santos, No. 4, UMo; mild
coffee, dull,
Metal Market,
NEW YORK, July 11 METALS Lead,
dull, 33.853.l; London, Ut. Spelter,
uutet, 31V56.05; London, 12110s. Copper,
dull; spot and Sept., 3l3.354rl3.76; electro
lytic. ll8.76IU.87i Lake, nominal; cast
ings, 113.62, Tin, Irregular; spot, 881.600
32.V0: Bept., iJi.2Cfflai.76. AnUmony, dull;
Cookson's, 37.120,25. Iron, quiet, un
changed. London prices: Copper, easy; spot, 161
10a. Tin, weak; spot. (143 3s: futures, tl44
18s. Iron. Cleveland warrants. 6ls 4vid,
ST. LOUIS, July 11-MJ3TALH Lead,
dull, 83,76. Spelter, 8.M.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. July ll.-COTTON-Fu-
tures closed steady: July. 818.87; August,
31233; October, 31126; December, 312.46;
January. 3l:.88; March, 912.42; May, 312.CS.
opoi quiet; miaating, iu.u; gull,
no saies.
Cotton closed steady at a net loss of
4) to 8 points.
LIVERPOOL July 14.-COTTON-8pot,
steady, good middling, 8.02c; middling,
7.50c: low mlddllnir. 7.Q2o: sales. 4.000 balsa.
I :
Orasttoa, JIar Market,
PRAIRIM HAY Choice upland, 3U.C09
13.60; No, 1, 11.60tH2.00; No. 3, 310.C
11.00. Straw: Choice wheat. tA5CW.uJ.
Alfalfa: No. 1 to choice quotable at 313.00
1100; No. 2, iio.cotru.oo.
London Wool Auction,
tONDON. July 14 WOOI Offwlrgfi
at the. wool auction today amounted to
13,239 bales. Including a large supply of
crossbred. Demand was brisk and prices
firm. The few merlnoa brought forward,
were eagerly taken for trt continent
Urr floods Market.
NEW VORK, July 14.-Cotton goods
markets were, steady today, but quiet.
Attendance at the H. B. Claflln sole was
as good as on Monday and operations
were full and steady.
lSvnporated Apples nud Dried Krnlts
NEW YORK. July 14, EVAPORATED
APPLES-Bttady.
DRIBD KHUIT Prunes, dull; apricots.
teady; peaches, easy, raisins, quiet.
2, 17;c; No 3, I5c. Ilns: No. 1, 19Vic;
No. 2. ISMc: No. 3. I6H0. ChuekB; No. 1.
11c; No. 2, lOUcj No. 3. lOo. Routidn: No.
I, 15Vc. No. 2. 14ic; No. 3, 14c. Plates;
No. 1. Slo: No. 2. So: No. 3. 7o.
LY 13, 1914.
STOCKS AND BONUS,
llrtleir of Oprrntlon on Stock lit
change Durlusr the l)r.
NEW YORK. July 14,-General heavl
neis prevailed In today's early dealings
on the Stock exchange. In no Instances
of Importance wan there the slightest gain
over the preceding day's closing quota
tions recorded, while most of the leaders
opened lower. New Haven, Union Pacific,
Southern Pacific. St. Paul, Norfolk
Western and New York Central declined
material fractions. Canadian Pacific lost
a point fulling under yesterday's low
frice, and Consolidated Gas lost as much,
'artlal recovery ensued before tho end of
tho first hour, except In Now Haven,
whem selling was resumed,
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Palea. lllah. Ixw Clme
Alaika Onlfl 1W 174 it'i V
Amalaamated Or. per ... 2.M0 Wl W'4
1 AninnQ nen mttar.... w xi'i 11
ru. 1 n n v 4UI
I American 8, A It -. .
Amerclan H, B nfj .
m 37 27 17H
1.100 es tiu , I
Americas aunr Heffnln
American Tel. Tel...
American Tobacco
Anaconda Mining ,
" 104
KM HIM lUt. JjJH
"So '21" 'H 31
. j,,i;iMKli, ,, ,1 T,1
Daltimer Ohio .. ., ,s f?S n4
1 Ptoeklrn itapia Transit two wt, wh MH
l,1,,crnl I"trUum .. i.oi ts 111, tl
Canadian l-eclflo 14.XK) 1IJH 1MU ltH
.'"": . H S
Avcnieen
TC4 MS eH H
Cneeasaake Ohio
4TH
444 tV
ll't US
;s sis
Chkso Ureal Wextern,
CM.. Mil A St !
Oil N V
Chlno (Vpner
Cola. Fuel A Iron
400
1,100
1IV
MS
1,000 I04 40H
40S
MS
SJS
14 I
1S I
1(2 I
1IJS
MS
Colorado A Southern....
nl,ifrn J"0 Jr,n4
MM 7
m im
:oo its
1.700 24 S
S
27S
. r:.1 - .
1 iM.nnrr.
lintlllfn
Keeurttlee
Brio
General Rlectrle .. ..
Great Northern rfd..
m is in
areat Northern Ore etr, 1,100 IIS
Oucsenhelm Eiploretlon. too US
llllnoli Centre!
1HS
11
II
14
Interburouih.Met, pf J . . .
Implrellon Copper
International llarmter.
K C, Southern
Lehlah Valley
lxul)Tllle Kaehtlllt...
Mexican retroleura ....
Mltml Oprer
M . K . T
too 01
430 II
'is'
ns
ts
M0 31
2.U0 HIS IDS HIS
UIu
!!.' I
200
tile
tt
NO
1.(00
moo
fit
US
14H
lt4
14S
12
Mlarourl raclflo
National DliruU
10U
nn
46
llti 1IM
itC t.i
ltd nil
National Iead
Ketada Copper
too
ns
New York tWral ...
N. Y.. JC. II, A II.
Norfolk A Weetern...
Northern racltlo ....
Paeltlc Mall
TenntylTanla,
Pullman Palace Car..
1,100
ii
2,S0 17 S
poo 0I
1.103 110
INS IMS 1
10IS Ills
IIS
1,400 111 HIS HIS.
Utay Cniuollda,t4 Copper 1,100
'."HI
21
21
HI
US
ii
JWdlnr
20.000 111
lUpubllo Iran U Mieel .
a
4
IIS
11
400 21S
llock Iilind .Co
ecK leiana Oo. pf6,,..
SI, L A t. r. M m
soo 2s :s
Kouthern ISelrto
Southern rtellwajr
Ttnnesee CVfper
Texai CoiriMnr
Union rar.lfle
11,400 ItU
tSH
:is
s
200
101 14
KIS
in
1(1
lt.100 utv
I6IH lit
Union Paclflo rfd
uniica sutei Hteel
Oil
,. u rl riO I. TO) 103
IMS
ttu
ts
tis
7U
uun uopser .(po 7
wsDaan eta loo tu
v.ern union 1.000 llti itti
we-tlnghouae Bleclrlc,. 1.100 tlU 77
Totll sales for the ir, III.4M ehirei,
WeT Vork Money MKrkt.
onX 5ORJ',o.,JulJr 14MONBV-On
z Per cont; closing, iQm par cent. Time
loans, atronser! fin UUv. ; .t! "JS
days, 3 per oont; six montlis. per cent
PRIMfc MISRCATlIKnpAPBR-
VT.. nV ;;i""f "criangn, easier: no
ay bills. 31830; for demand, 6187SBi
oommerolal hills, 34.844,04,88.
ml RVM' 66Woi Mex,en dors,
,rJWNDS-aovernment, steady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
as follows!
V. B. ref. la. ret. M1tl B. deb. 4 (IMI) I1H
..l4.. ""P011' .' Mll(iett A M. H..I0IU
V. 8. . re 101 eUrllart t lOlli
do eoopon...
101 1. a M n
V. fl. 4.. re.
.1JJSM., K, A T. let 4S lH
co coupon
ranaraa S, coupon .100 v y. o. sen. "'i
Amerlotn As. N..100U Mo q,b, 41. u
Am. Cot. Oil ta. itnN-.Y.Clty 4SKIIU) 107S
io. iia, ee, ee.... (
Ain, . 1. it in ijiH, . htete
mer. Smelt. It 16ISN. Y. Ilvi a.
V. Rlete 4SII0
10
IH
Am. Tab. ti HI N. Y . n. ii. a, 11
iay tie,
Armour A Co. 4Vi.. IIS cr. a IMS
Atehlaxm sen. 4j., .. MSN. A W. ot. 4St..l04S
" '" "J i.onn, no, (I its
A. C. U clt. 4 dole ,,..47
do ov. 4Me ...... MV'Pae. T. A T. K MS
Ileth. fit. ref. It... IttlPenn, ev. IS. UlC w
Br, Tr, er. 4 M do con, 4 ,..,10011
C. of aerla ti,..,104Snr Con. Ii.. .....Ill '
Central llher It.. OlSJtetdtns n, 4... ti'i
Chts. A O. 4HsJI nee. m. t. (1110 IJ
Jo cr. 4S T7 a. U A S, r. r, 4 T0S
C. B. A Q. It. tljTtt.S.I B. W. Iu,
do ten. if DUS. A. U adj. ta,. 7tS
C. a. w. 4i TiiiH n.11 i ' . i.r
cr. IS I01U An rer. 4.
do sen. 4U lOIUSo. lUtlwer te 101
is
u. H. I. r. c. 41 IJi do aen. 1. it
4 Hf--,":;; !! tou co. tr. tt .lont
CI. A K. W. ISt... HH'Tei. A Pee. lit. IMS
& H. ref fii... ir-Thlrd Are .dl, i, US
I. A , It. O. ret. t t Uoloq Paeltlo ( i i
PlBtlller, B.C. 6a.. MS do V 4i Jo
Erie c. 4i icr. O.. 70 u. B. Rubber l ..I0IH
do sen, 4i. 7iH. tt. Ptfel 8, .. 02
Oen. Blee. S. 1M Va..Car. Ch, l . Mi;
Ot. North, lit 4HS.191 W.ltth U ta. . . . , 1 '? tj
111. Can, ref. 4i... IIUWentern Ualon 4Ui lis
,KMr.4'V.f.i...lTHW',
Bid, Ofterto
Iloston Copper ntooks,
nn??2N' Ju,y ".-Closing quotations
on stocks wero as follows:
A"0?" Nerada Can v
Amal. Copper tlSNIpUelns Mine, tv
Aril. Com, 4H.lJ,North Ixl IS
Si1;.?1. lr,?1 .tAsim forolnloo .. 41
Calumet & ecla..4O0 Oeceola 71
PentennlU .......... MSQulnor u
"Efrn,5fn,1,C-..C- HWon : "
Cstfjutt O. M.. Illriuperlor fm
oXk lBrv; ssEj'te M
Greene Cantnea
Ilia RoTille
Kerr I-ake
tke Copper
Htlla Copper..
Miami Cepper ...
Mohawk .1
r - - v ,w ssuiac84 ,,. ai
II U. B. S. If, A M.. MS
8 I'lttHah (Jon, ltt
, lUt'Uh Copper tit
. ISWImlia ,V....."
Hw,"v'r",
44 Mutta A Buperlor.. V,
London Biouk hlariRl,
LONDON, July 14.rAmer1can securities
opened round parity today. An upward
movement followed, but a part of the
list eased off at the end of the first
hour. At noon prices ranged from Ka
above to He below yesterdays New York
ClOI1fc7i
Consols for money, 76 H-I6d; for ac
count, 76id.
8II.VKR-llar. weak, 25 7-Id,
i2J4 per cent; three months, 2HQ'-W per
oent,
Trcnsarr Stttteiinent,
eWK?I,nN,?J0nNl.JuIfJ 1T,I5 condition
or the United States treasury at the be
ginning of today's business was; Net bal
ance In general fund. 3103,981,849; total ro
oelpta yesterday, 32,431 ,14; total payments
yesterday IMl.m The surplus this fie
.fi'Si ."9.438 agalntt a deficit of
810.437,626 last year, exclusive of Panama
canal and public debt transactions.
CHICAGO IUVI0 STOCK MARKKT
Ho and Sheep Aro Steady nnd
Iower Cattle f4lrong.
1 BZll$A90' Ju,y, 14' CATTLE Receipt,
4.000 head; market steady to strong;
beeves, 37.7O310.00: steers, 36.4088.85; stock!
era and feeders, 85.76O5.10; cows and heif
ers, 33.W09.15; calves, 87.60tH.OO.
HOaS-Recelpts. 19,000 head, steady to
f 1 lower; pigs, I016o higher; bulk. 8178
8.96; light, 38.603,00; mixed. 88.iO0,00;
A0(S oo8-8-00! rouh. 5-4sTplg;
SIHSKP-ReceiPts, 23,000 head; market
steady to 10o lower; sheep. 85.8OiW.a0;
yearlings, 3i.85fl7.25; lambs, 34.40C9.so.
St, Louis Live Htoek Market,
ST. LOl'IS, July ll-CATTLTO-Recelpts,
C000 head; market steady; native beef
steers, 87.609,75: cows and heifers, 83.00
9.00; etockera and feeders. 83.007,60; Texas
and Indian steers, l7.S7Jf8.50; cows and
heifers, W.WA.tt; native calves, 38.00
11.00.
Hpoa-Reeelpts, C.500 head; market. Jo
higher; pigs and lights. 3r7.TtVt3.0c; mixed
nt Jutchers, 88.Wtt9.07V4; good heavy,
88.95119.07.
8HBKP AND LAM B3 Receipts, 7,300
head: market 10c lower; native muttons,
lU&flC.OO; Umbo. t8,0000.00,
St, Joseph I.tre Htoek Mnrket.
ST. JOSKPH. Mo July 11-CATTLS-Reoelpts.
1,200 head; market steady; eteers.
n.toefO.WJ: cows and heifers, 84.0OS9.vO;
calves, tl&WO.OO. '
HOGS Receipts. 6.5W hesd; market,
dull; bulk of salei, 2Jt.704jg.t5.
SIIKKP AND LA MRS Receipts, 2.300
head; market sleady; lambs, 37.fOil9.00.
Got anything you'd like to swapT Use
the "Swappers' Column.1
OMAHA L1YEJT0CK MARKET
Cattle Stronger and Top Fricei the
Higheit of Year to Date.
HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS OFF
Cnntlnned Light Receipts of Both
Sheep and Lambs Mttle Chans;
In Prices In rcltber Direc
tion on Any Kind,
SOUTH OMAHA. July 14. 1914.
Receipts wore: Cattle. Hags. Sheep.
Official Monday 1.7W 4,04 8,874
Estimate Tuesdny 1,425 11,230 6,000
Two days this week.. 6,175 iV.SU ,874
Same days last week.. 4.1M 10,(W 18,840
Same days J weeks ago 7.2SS 701 17,995
Same days 3 weeks ago 6.311 18.315 13,807
8ame day 4 weeks ago .S5 19,761 .6,444
Sunie days last year 6.173 14,001 11,630
The following tutiie knows the receipts
Of catUe, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock mair.et for the year to
date as compared with last yean
, . Ml Vl:
Cattle 415.W3 4iS,881 f
Hoas .,, 1,433,30.1 1,54. 126,654
Sheep l,lt.57 9S6.379 1M.191 ,
The following tabls shows the range of
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live,
stock market for the last few days with
comparUons:
Date.
1914. IUU.ll913.ll911.iWO 11800.11908.
July 1
8 17V
8 Si
7 731
6 37,10 noi
6 73 6 7C
July 3.
8 8&W
8 53
7 1
8 79
7 63
6V7
Ju y 3.
8 Zlfi
8 69
7 IS
0 46
7 67
Vti
06
juiy 4
July
8 71
7 23
7 33
T 23
6 32
8 89
July
July
July
8 25H!
e
8 81
26
8 96
8 73
1 56!
7 75
6 18
6 26
6 16
U
6
ff 42
6 49
6 43
s raji
6 31
636
I
7 591
8..
8 83
7 65
July D.
8 761
7 19f
8 (61
7 65
July 10,
8 471
7 21
33
6 27
7 61
e
7 651
7 67
7 76
J lily
11
S 01
e
71
3 74
e
7 SO
8 44
July
July
IX
7 20
6 321
II
8C2H
7 16
6 30
July 14. i 8 56
I 08
6 54
Sunday. "Holiday.
CATTLB-Reeolpts were very light
again this morning, only 67 cars all told
be.ng reported In the yards. This leavos
tint tun for the two days at 2,176, thrt
rtmallest of any similar period for months
back, mid only about halt us largo as a
year ago. In oilier words, there were
hardly enough cattle in the yards to really
in 11k o a market. Still buyors wanted tne
cuttle and they bought pretty muoh every
thing In sight by 9 o'clock In the morn
ing, The prices paid were a little
stronger than yesterday, In fact, tho mar
ket has been steadily creeping upward
lnr somn tlavs back. The best cattle In
the yards, both heuvy and light, sold ,aa
high as 83.75. That la the highest prico
paid on this market thus far this year.
Cows and heifers were extremely scarce
und they, too. commanded good strong
prices. There wero only a few scattering
lots of stackers and feeders In sight.
Thero l a foaling among stockmen that
prices on beef cattle nro so high that
anything like liberal reoelpts at tha dif
ferent market points could hardly fall to
bring about a reaction. However, the sup.
ply of cornfed cattle Is so light In the
country that a good many are not look
ing lor enough cattlo from that souroe
to cause any very serious or long-continued
toact.on In prices. On the other
hand it Is pretty well understood that
range men have been watching ' the ad
Vance In cattle very closely and that they
wll undoubtedly make an effort to run in
a few graseers at an early date-It re.
mains to be seen how long It will be
before tho range can supply enough oat
tie to break tho market.
Quotations on eattlei Good to choice
beef steers, 30.0Ofl,50; fair to good beef
stears, 2i.fAfjfl.0Q: common to fair beef
steors, 37.75irjs.50; choice to fancy corn
fed holfors, j9.oottf)00; good to eholoe
hellers, 37,5088.00; good to choice cows,
J0.5Otf7,Wt fair to good grades. 35,T8tf.50
common to fair grades, 83.75416,7? t good to
vholoe Blockers and feeders, t7.KXt8.00:
fair to good stock ers and fcedore. 88.78
7.60; common ta fair stockers and feeders,
t6.KW6.75: stock cows and heifers, 85.009
7.00; stook calves, 27.WtIS.00! veal calves,
16.06fll0.50l bulls, stags, etc., 3S,2MJ7.l.
Representative sales;
J1BEF STEERS.
No. At, Pr, No, At, Pr.
1 lot 7 M
1 1IH 7 to
2 tit t 00
1 1011 I 10
it not t u
II,, 1011 I M
21 lito ei
10 Ull I ot
11..,, 1IM t 01
20 1111 t II
II... ,. ..1110 111
30 1203 28
ft .....UM I 10
II lltfl I 4S
I (..lite t it
II lie? 1 it
11 UM I Tl
:i 1111 t to
tt., ovo 1 10
t 714 40
II..
o..
IOWI B 0
1171 I 50
1201 8 10
,1091 I 10
.......1070 lit
27..
23..
it..
II..
tl..
nn to
...1110 1 to
BTKHHS AND HBIFBRH.
12....
170 I 04
IM I 10
ut i 10
117 I It
1 1041 I In
21,..,, 711 I 0
II Ml 9 20
7....
2,.,.
I....
I....
I.,..
2....
COWS.
710 4 2 1 1014 I II
1010 t
Ill 1 to
too I to
ITS 4 78
IN I 00
110 t 00
110 I tl
1110 I M
Ill t to
1200 I tt
I,, 1011 t 96
i )04t 1 to
I ITI 14
I 1120 I TO
1..
2..
I..
1 1100 t 71
t
!::::.:
I HO I Tt
4 toll t 10
10..
....lit! 110
.1110 7 00
.,.,iuau 1 w
..10St I 15
.. 117
7 00
170
00
1010 7 10
m 7 10
13 7 10
090 I 00
IM t 00
too t 10
hi 1 10
1110 0 it
Stt t 21
(!!.
1..
..llDt T 10
4 Ml T 10
4 tilt TV).
HEIFERS.
711 110 I
.IK I 71
100 t tt
I Ml t U
1 710 T U
.... til I to
70 (0
.... lit I II
J 711 7 15
I , M T II
""WfckV 98 T 84)
.... tso I 00 2 -.110 I II
1 UM I 10 I IMI t II
1 1010 8 M 1 040 3 If
KM I U I lit I
1 14W I 71 1 -140 i Tt
1 TOO I M I,,, TO t It
1 11M 00 1,. MM T 88
" CALviiS,' im
1 sot 1 00
1 too I 00
1 210 I It
1 IM I 25
1 M0 00
1 170 I 00
1 110' t 18
sit at
1 IT I II
1 140 10 00
1 its 10 II
9 Ill 10 M
4,.,,,,,,,,,, lit 10 10
1, t,,,,,,..,, too lo to
1 110 11 to
a'TQCKBRS AND FEEDERS.
1 701 t 00 1 tu 7 00
1 tit 10 1.., 111 7 ot
4 535 t Tt U 13 7 I
13....... Ml 7 00
HOOS-For the first time In a week t
fairly liberal supply showed un. some
thing like 183 ears or 11,000 head being
reported In. For the two days the re
ceipts total 15,824 head, being close to
6.0CO larger than last week, and almost
2,000 heavier than for tho same days last
year.
With a generous run In slarht. and re,
ports of breaks at other points, the local
trad opened rather slow this mnralnr.
Packers' early bids on all exoopt the
best hogs wore close to a dim lower,
During th first rounds shippers and
speculators were rather qulot, but ther
was a fair demand from this auartar.
and before long th snippets, oa well
as one or two of tho killers, were buy
Ins beet bogs at figure that were not
ever a nickel lower, and In a row In
stance looked almost steady. The com
moner kinds did not fare so well, how
ever, and In spite of the efforts of th
salesmen to hold values up bid failed
ta show much Improvement over the
early offers, so that when the big end
of the offerings started to move, value
were In the majority of cose (gtiao lower
than yesterday's average.
Th general trade Is close to 510c
lower, although th light decline on best
kinds will bolster the average up a bit
Uulk of the sales was made at 8A504f.6O,
and quit a sprinkling sold on un to 18.70.
with a top of, 88.75, Jut a nickel below
yesterday's high money. The longest
string landed at 33.56. with, ot course, a
few scattering load the roghor kinds on
down below 18.60, The big end of the
supply was cleaned up in pretty fair
season.
After th other stuff had been cleaned
up, however, thero were still quit a
number of load of common, rough, mixed
and heavy hog In first hands. Packer
wer very bearish on tho common kind
all morning, and, a was tha cose on
Monday, some of the hog still unsold at
noon had not even attracted a bid. There
were around ten loads scattered through
the yards at midday which salesmen re
fused to cash ot th figures that they
were offered, and 0110 or two seller re.
ported that they had hogs which packer
refused to even look at.
Ho.
10...
M...
tl...
II...
44 .
tl,.
.
II .
At. Bh. I'r.
...Ill 110 I 40
At.
8h. Tr.
179 I II
.., I tt
IM
I 40
....tu
....111
....117
. IU
...III
...III
..tu
M I 41
., IU
40 I 10
... I to
40 I M
... I 10
,., I U
...271 10
...2tT ICO
.114 ...
iii
I It
I M
ft...
I
tt ....
to
71
tl. ..
U ..
Tl....
5 . .
,..1U
,,.214
I1T
..tu
ft I It
40 I 13
89 MS
(1 191 10 I 50 71,,,.. ...Ill 1M 8 U
70 ItT HO IH 71 341 100 OS
T2 ISO 120 i (0 SO 114 100 I (6
70 1M 10 W 77 207 100 S
0 251 ... I 50 17, .Ill 10 K
00 114 40 I M 4 214 ... 8 56
M XJ ... M ! 247 M 56
41 Ml ... 10 71 220 M I i7S
61 140 ltd 60 C4 2T0 150 I SIS
4t tea 120 i to et tat m s tts
tl l IH IH tl 117 m t its
M lit 10 I 10 It 241 100 I I7S
24 271 1M I 10 71 212 IN I 17 S
tl IU 160 I 10 II ! 900 I 60
tl 204 ... 1 60 Tl Ill ... I 00
44 11 SO I 10 14 Ill to I
211 ... I 10 72 IM 110 I 10
7 ,,ttl'.., I t2H 70 23S M I 00
57 900 ... I MS 60 200 160 I 00
17 Ill ... I lis tl Ill 10 I 10
tl 277 ... I SIS 27 Ill ,., I to
M lit 2(0 I US 41 ...Ill .,, I 4
17 177 JS) U 1 801 ... I to
71 2M 240 I II II Ill 120 6o
72 142 ... I M U Ill ... I to
ts ill to I ts oo iii ill I m
ti w u iu ts 2JS :o 8 M
I 14 10 I 56 U ill IN t 0
S3 Ill 140 I M to 1(0 ... I to
K 271 ... Ill tl :ii ... I 624
tt StO 10 I 16 M 104 ... I 2S
It Ut ... I tl II 200 ... I 42 H
It ll 120 IS 76 2M 40 I tis
M 177 100 I S3 71 212 40 ts
14 IS4 300 I S3 It 101 ... I 16
tt Ill H III 10 221 .,, I IS
W 104 110 I 65 II 276 ... 8 IS
tt 260 M I tt tl 261 IH Iffi
to iii 120 i tt it ut ... a ts
14. Ill 10 IU tl Mt 10 t
t 29S ... 13 tl 2S! ... I TO
10 2tl 240 I U II 2H 40 I 70
10 IM ... I IS 14 271 M 8 75
It ....! ... 8 IS 17 IIS II 8 7S
It 2(2 ... I ti 44 230 ... I 71
nos.
J5 ,, 91 ... 133
SIIKKP Thoro wnn llttlx lr nnv rtianc.
In sheep or lambs, still, whllo trade was
active nnd tho clearance seasonable,
price seemed to have an easier tendency,
Traders did not agree ns to which way
the market tended this morning, as some
thought values were strong and others
considered them weak and possibly a
shade lower In some Instances, The dif
ference of opinion on prices was due to
the difference as to quality ot the offer
ings, However, as was the case yester
day there whs not enough good killers
to go around among tho packer buyers,
on account of the moderate run as com
pared with a week ago nnd two weeks'
ago. Today's receipts footed up no mora
than about 8,000 head, whereas last Tuos
dny 9,818 head were yarded and two weeks'
ago 7,623 wore reported 111. On tha corre
sponding day 11 year ago the receipt were
oiuy some s.ist ncau.
The ran ho on lamb prices was around
38.734r9.l8, The sale at 39.18 amounted to
four cars with ten head out to the car,
tho culls also going lo the packer buyers
at 17,00,
sigeu snnep transactions inctuaeti two
double decks of ewe at 83.00, with fitly
head out at 33.25.
quotation on range sheep and Iambs:
Lambs, good to choice 23.0OtfM.2S! lamb.
fair to good. 18.7MJ9.00: lambs, feeders.
i3Cnti.0, yearlings, good to choice, 88.35
tllCO; yearlings, fair to good. 18.0J5J6.3&;
wethers, good to choice, t5.76tjp6.0o; weth
ers, fair to good. 83.50ij6.73i ewei, good
to cholre, 88.W06.23; owes, fair to good,
84.76iUA.0O,
fio. AV.
rr.
9 16
7 00
6 10
8 75
8 75
0 IC
9 10
6 13
6 15
5 25
5 00
C 40
600
5 00
4 00
6 15
6 10
4 60
10
6 76
9 20
9 30
9 00
8 00
8 00
lUKi Idaho lambs
44 cull
8 Idaho ewes .
57
N
67
2U iambs
8 lambs
8 lambs
81 lambs
62
67
114
M
110
120
85
100
101
83
64
103
91
78
55
70
74
61
64
(8
18 ewes
21 ewes
1 ewo
5 ewes
21 yearllnas ..
320 Wyoming ewes
ii Wyoming ewes
183 Wyoming gout
117 Wyoming yearling goat...
a juano ewe ,
24 ewe ,
227 Idaho lambs
78 culls .
18 Idnho lambs
US Idaho lambs
33 red lambs . .
'70 fed lambs .,
15 fed lambs ...
Kansas City I.tvo Stock Mnrkeit,
KANSAS CITY. July 14.-CATTLE-R
celptR, 8,600 hcndl market higher; Prim
fed steers, 33.40,75; dressed beet steers,
7,76?t.2Gi western steers, 87.0OtW.E0; stock
rs and feeder. 3S.40oj,3S; bulls, 15.2MI;
6.00; calves. 98.00910.03.
Hoa-Recelpts. 6.000 head; market,
eUady; bulk, 3UW8.00; heavy, 2.S5R.W:
packers and butchers, 8S.76a.90; light,
IS.TOHS.8JI pigs, 88.7Ctf3.90.
8HKBP AND LAMUS-Recelpt. 7.000
head; market lower: lambs, 3.6S9,00;
yearlings. 38.26137.00: wethors. 3l.60fi6.75:
owes, Hf&QftOQ.
84, LonU Live Block diarket.
celptfl, 6,800 head: market steady; natlva
beef steers, 97.60tw,75! rows and heifers,
S5.0OTW.00; stockers and feeders, 88.0007.50;
loumern, o,io'8,iu; cows ana noiiers,
15an.6; native calves, 38.0Otfl0.60.
H 008 Receipt, 7,000 head; market,
steady; pigs and lights, 17.5O6m.00: mixed
and butchers, 3S.OOgO.03; good heavy, 88.96
tp.06.
niicwi- ainu UAoiu ueceipis. 7,603
84.7MfS.00: lambs, 38.0&2I9.M.
Qombmult'm
Caustic Balsam
Hit filtitirs lit Ki6iijM.ltrt.
A f!, 8pedy aad PotlUre Cur for
Owk SlUnt. Iwatsm Ctjpi J,j
tia Tintesa, Jena 4ef, Wla
JTvft. 04 ail UsseaiM frejnlpaTts,
Kkclta aal jtksf tiu tuun,
w OarM.oU skU diiiaaas or YiraaHea,
VarBtk, .3DIkUnrl. Keneitt U
Stats frost Sort r Ctltl.
ei
Ber battle. ela by drurrlila. ar un, I
tirese, eare alJ. wliV fall ilrMUeaa tor
lu aa. l-ni4 for deeexlpUr elnitlsn.
ts Ltwrinet-WI!lro3 C.,Clmlin, Q,
Thursday
BEGINS THE GREAT
Annual
July Clearance
of
Men's Trousers
HAYDEN.
See lGth Street Windows.
Watch Papers for
Particulars and Prices.
RIKER- H EG EM AN
oontreU and aperaies I trur itofee. flaaa
of eapaaalea iu4r vay la txteod tit koala.,,
to err trt of tea U. a. An IsTewmatii nov
uakt U ahow eutetafilltl arpreelatloa In a.
trw rear. Steek I llated In Meir York. Da
taller report free e reaeat, Aa. air Clr
eular Ko. KN.
JONES BAKER
took Broker
Bank door It Be, la tail 8t . Chins.
2 Uroe4 St., New York,
Dtreot prttate wires Tklea(, New Terk, Botoa.

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