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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 18, 1009.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Steadies and Gets Out of the
TEASE LIGHTER FOR THE DAY
PHI Rale In Narrow It a ere It la
a, ek-Enl Affair Wltheat
Any thinif of Special
OMAHA. July 17. 1909.
The wheat market steadied nd was Iwi
nervous. Trsde vu light, with prices rul
ing In a narrow range. It wn a week-end
affair, without any material change. Th
samples of ne wheat arriving are of ex
cellent quality and two cam sold at $1.12.
Corn l still weak and unsteady, aa re
ceipts are liberal and tha demand very
low. Keport on the growing crop ara
hem was ateadv early, with trading
very light. Local demand for the few cara
of new nheat wan not urgent and tha light
Offerings were alowly taken. Prospects are
good (or a large movement of the raw crop
and prices thould decline.
Corn was soft and unsteady, with caeh
values lower and no Improvement In the
Receipts are growing more liberal and a
better demand la needed to hold prices at
these levels, owing to the glowing crop
Primary wheat receipts were 424.000
bushfla and shipments were 213.000 bushela,
against receipts laet year of 949. 000 bushela
and shipments of 414.000 bushels.
Corn receipts were 410,000 bushels and
shlpmonis were ITS.ono busnels. against re
ceipts last yar of 334.000 bushels and ship
ments of 5M.00O bushela
Clearancca were 15,000 bushels of corn,
2.000 bushels of oats and wheat and flour
equal to 817.000 bushels.
Liverpool closed unchanged to Hd lower
on wheat and Hd lower on corn.
Lorn) range of options:
5Tc, nominal; natural white, 28 to 32 lbs,
M'u57Vc; clipped white, 34 to 42 lbs., ba
HAY Firm; No. 3, 75-8:; good to choice,
Htil's Firm: common to choice, 1, IS
tjlfcc, 1!"J7. nominal; Pacific coast, 1908, 1141
lnc; 1W7. 7jjllc.
HtlES 1-irm; Bogota, MVoHc; Cential
Amur lea, 22 V
LEATHKR Firm; acid. 233c.
TALLOW Steady; city (li pr pkg.),
l-ltc; country tpkg. free), 6 r.-14(j6 13-lBc.
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra,
ytitc; Japan, nominal.
PROVISIONS Bf, steady; family, 1)4 00
14 50; mesa. ll.00tn.M: beef hams, $24 09
2D00; packet. I12:Oj13uO; city extra India
mesa. $30 21.00. Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies, $l2.Mii 13 00. I,ard, easy; western,
311 ".ftll refined, barely steady; conti
nent. $12 30; Fotith America, $13.00; com
pound, $7'4,4,fi,7.S7H. Pork, firm; family,
$21 P0:i?2 ; short clears, IL'l.BOSU.OO; mess,
$21 2f.fi 22 00.
CHKKSB Firm; new state, full cream
EC;GS Firm: western, extra firsts, 23-r
34c; firsts, 21Vt922Vkc; seconds, 208 21c.
BUTTER Firm; creamery specials. 27c
(official price, 17c); extras, JSc; third to
POL'LTHr Alive, dull; western spring
chickens, 24c; fowls. 17Hc; turkeys, 13c.
Dressed, steady; western chickens, broilers,
lRi23c; fowls, lfV3'18c; turkeys, 1120c,
Articles. I Open. I Hfgh.j Low. Close. I Tes'r.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, old, $1.17tffl .20; new,
11.12; No. 3 hard, old, $1.16-91.1; new, $110;
No. 4 hard, old, 1.101.15; No. 3 spring,
CORN-No. 2, 6t'c; No. 3, 64Hc; No. 4,
63$(M4c; No. 2 yellow. Sftc; No. 8 yellow,
66c; No. 2 mhlte. SVsQ8o; No. 3 white,
OATS No. 3 mixed, 46VtlJ47e; No. 3 yel
low, 47ffl4SM,c: No. 3 white, 4745SV4c; No.
4 white. 4tVH47c.
KYK-No. 2, 7273c; No. 3, T0Q72c
Outki casta Prleea.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 243 121
Omaha 2 95 4
WEATHER Ilf THE GRAPT BELT
Pair and Continued Warm for Sun
day, Says the Prophet,
OMAHA, Neb.. July 17, 1909.
There were light local showers In the
extreme upper Missouri valley and north
west during the last twenty-four hours,
and rams were general In the Southern
states and along the Atlantic coast.
Showers are reported In the extreme lower
Mississippi valley this morning. and
thunder showers are current In the extreme
upper Missouri valley, elsewhere, generally
lair io clear weatner prevails, there naa
been a decided rise In temperature in tha
upper Mississippi and upper Missouri val
leys within the last twenty-four hours,
and warmer weather Is general from the
Lake region weat over the mountains. It
la slightly cooler In the Lake region, the
extreme' northwest, and on the Pacific
slope. The outlook Is favorable for fair
and continued warm In this vicinity to
night and Sunday.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three years.
1909 1908 1907 l0fi
Minimum temperature ... 70 70 62 67
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .00
Normal temperature for today, 77 degrees.
Deficiency In precipitation since March L
03 of an Inch.
Excess for corresponding period in laOS.
Deficiency for corresponding period in
1307, 4.72 inches.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Corn and Wheat Itegloa Balletla.
For Omaha. Neb., for the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 a. m.. 75th. meridian
time, Saturday, July 17, 1909:
Stations. Max. Mln. fall.
Ashland, Neb 87 66
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Wheat Market Still Weaker as Result
of Boantlfnl Harvests.
CHICAGO, July 17. Ideal weather for
harvesting and Increased receipts of new
wheat here and In the southwest had a
weakening effect on the wheat market
here today Final figures showed losses
of to le, compared with yesterday's
close. Corn closed steady, but oats and
provisions were weak.
Extreme nervousness characterized
wheat trading, but the prevailing senti
ment was one of weakness. July moved
over a wiae range, selling between 41
and 31.22. The market closed weak, with
5 rices slightly above the lowest, with
uly at $120V The chief factor was the
continued favorable weather conditions
for moving the new crop. As a result
of these conditions, arrivals of new wheat
here and In the southwest showed a ma
terial Increase. Nearly forty cars of new
wheat were reported to have arrived here
today, the greater part of which will be
available for delivery on contracts after
It has been "dried. Owing to the la
creased arrivals there, the price of cash
wheat at St. Louis was oft lc to 4c per
General selling caused early weakness In
corn, but a firmer tone developed during
tha last half, owing to Improved demand
for the caah grain by shippers. The sell
ing at the start was due to weather con
dltions. The market closed steady, .svlth
prices He lower to He higher, comp.i-eS
with the previous close.
Heavy realising sales, prompted by Im
pending arrivals of new oats here next
week, cauaed a break of nearlv 2c In July
At the close prices were Hc to 1H
lower than yesterday. July closed at
Provisions were weak all day, owing to
profit taking by local holders. The close
via Be to 25c lower than yesterday.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
Articles. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes'y.
Wheat I i j i T
July 1 Sift I 1 22 1 20 I 1 HN4I 1 22
Sept. 1 11H 1 11; 1 10J 1 llil ll'H
Dec. 1 1 084 1 07!1 07'-8i 1 0S'4
May 1 10' 1 llifc 1 10HI 1 109l 1 10
Corn- I I I I
July 94tf9l 69T4 69 CSV 69V
Sept. 65HflH65,pVt 47 K W
Dec. 65VJ 58 U 56 56
July 4HT.I 46'4 45 45H 47
Sept 4M4tr 4,i lV4Ke '7
Dec. 42 42',i 41V3 41 42
Pot k I I
July 12085 120 85 12065 13065 12090
Sept. 2095 21 00 20 SO 20 80 1 21 00
Laid- ( f
July 11 70 U 70 I 11 5 I 11 66 1 11 72H
Sept. 11 70 11 72'.4 11 65 11 65 j 11 76
July 11 45 11 45 I 11 40 I 11 40 I 11 47 H
Sept. 11 36 11 40 11 SO 11 32V 11 UVi
NEWYORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Union Pacific Stock Soars to Record
NO EXPLANATION MADE OF IT
Mere Humor of Intended Dividend
Increase Seema to HaTe Been
Caasse of Movement Day
In Wall Street.
marks; gold. In hand. Increased 33.133.000
Boston Storks and Bonds.
POSTON. July 17. Money, call loans, 2H
63 per cent; time loans. Sti-n per cent.
Closing quotations were as follows' '
Atrhiaon id). 4a ' Atlantic
do 4e 1"1H Plngnam "
NEW YORK. July 17 Union Pacific
usurped the place in the market tody
that had oeen held for several dnys by
Vnited States 'Steel. The diversion tendd
to correct a one-sided appearance, more
marked because slusglsh price movements
went with the small operations, In the
Union Pacific soared to new record price
levels on very animated business, but with
out any authentic explanation for the rlre
In new developments regarding this prop
erty. A movement in this stock aways
serves to revive a serifs of rumors often
heard of Intended dividend Increase. The
recent general rise In the mnrket has in
cluded stocks held in the Union Pacific
treasury and eeeral of these are sublect
In thrlr turn of rumors of coming dividend
Increases, which would rebound to the
benefit of Union pacific Income.
That company, in common with other
Southern Pacific stockholders, was a sub
scriber for Its full quota of Southern
Pacific convertible bonds, which were al
lotted to ttockholders at 96, and nave since
sold above 10"i. Reports circulated but
without official confirmation, tnni union
Pacific had trarkrted Its share or tnese
bonds, with corresponding penent to lis
The sympathetic response io mt vmuu
Pacific movement was somewhat desultory
and was most distinct In the railroad list.
United States Steel touched 73, bettering
Its record price by a traction, dui prmn-
aklng In the stook was plainly mannem
under cover of the Union pacmc move
ment. Only about $2,000,000 of the expectel
$8,000,000 cash decrease was traceable in
the bank siatement ano me mini "'--tlon
minimised the effect of this on the
surplus reserve Item.
Bonds were firm, rotai saies, par '"
$3,33.O00. United States Zs nave aecimcu
L and the 4s coupon per cam -
during the week.
Number or sales ana leaning; uu.oiiv...
on stocks were as follows:
saiM. men. uuw. v.,.-.
AtrhKion R. R
Bction A Albany..
Boston a Main ..
BoRfin Elf rated ..
N. Y., N. H K.
Am. Anta. ChPtn. ..
Am. Pneu. Tube...
Am. T. T
Amer. Woolen ....
Kditon Klec. Illu
onral Eloctrlc .
alaaa. Elactno ....
I'nltad S. M
V. 8. Steal
Arltona Com. ....
11V Butte coalition
. .1"4 -a a Arltona.
. 3" cal. Hecla...
, .12" Copper Range ..
.ISO Pali Weat
. . 44V, Oreene Cananea
..102 tela Rovale ... .
. . 7 Maes. Mlnlnf ...
. .li4Vs Mohawk
.1401, Mnm. c. eV C...
.. 83 Nerada
. ,114 'Old Dominion .
. HSVi Osceola
..IMS, Qulncr ...
.. UV Shannon
. 774 Tamarack
.. U Trlnltr
. .1SV4 t oile.1 Copper .
. . 61V, l 8. Mining
.. t S. Oil
. . M Vtah
.. 4i Winona
, . 42N, Wolverlna
.. U Nontr Butt ...
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beit Cattle Ten to Fifteen Higher for
HOGS SELL FIVE TO TEN LOWER
sheep fjor Week TweatyFlte ta
Forty Higher anal tamba Aboat
Tweaty-FIre Lower Than
BOUTH OMAHA. July 17, 190B.
Official Tuesday ....
Official Wednesday .
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
. 6.637 3.M 1.&2
Auburn, Neb 90
B ken Bow. Neb. 88
Columbus, Neb... 87
Culbertson, Neb.. Bl
Falrbury, Neb.... 90
Fairmont. Nob... R7
Or. Island, Neb.. 88
(H'tlngton. Neb.. 85
Hastings, Neb,... 87
Holdrege, Neb... 91
Oakdale, Neb 88
Omaha, Neb 86
Tekamah, Neb... 88
Alta, la 80
Carroll, la 83
Clarlnda, la S8
Sibley, la 79
Sioux City, la... 82
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m. Not Included
No. of Temp. Rain.
Central. Stations. Max. Mln. Inches.
Chicago, III 28
Columbus, 0 17
Pes Moines, la.... 14
Indianapolis, Ind.. 12
Kansas City, Mo.. 81
Louisville, Ky 17
Minneapolis, Minn. 80
Omaha, Neb 17
6U Louts, Mo IS
A moderately heavy shower at Hasting.
Neb., was the only precipitation reported
in the Omaha dlstrlot during the last twen-
tv-four hours. No precipitation wortny or
note occurred In other districts, warmer
weather Is general throughout the entire
corn and wheat region.
It A. WKLBli,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
82 ffl T
82 60 T
84 60 .00
82 60 .00
83 60 .00
84 62 .00
80 66 T
66 64 .04
86 68 .00
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. July 17. WHEAT Caah
eifrio lnur' Nn. S hard. I1.16C1.22: No. S.
ll.leftl.M: No. 2 red. I1.13S-1.14; No. 3, $1.11
UOUIN ltgzc lower; no. s muni, oairi
65c: No. 3, 64Hc; No. 2 white, 63c; No. i.
W'9- ... .....
OA TS uncnangea; ino. a wnua, oiioooniv;
No. 2 mixed, 4i'd47o.
HAY Unchanged to 60c lower: choice
timothy, $lO.6Oign.O0; choice prairie, $10.60
nhnlce nlfalfa. 112.00'd 13.00.
BUTTER Creamery, extra, 25c: flrats,
23o: seconds. 21c; packing stock, 1S0.
EGOS Extras, 22c; firsts, 20o; current
receipts. 16c: seconds and dirties, lto.
Wheat, bu 128,000 22,000
Corn, bu 69,000 80,000
Oats, bu 1.000 3,000
Kansas City options ranged as follows
Open. High. I Low. I Close
Can1! uuotntlons were as follows:
FLOUR Firm; winter patents. $6.006.53;
winter straights. $5.806.25; spring patents,
$6.1096.40: spring straights, $4.1Ku.0O;
RYKiNo. 1 81ff82c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 67ff70c; fair
to choice malting. 6974c.
8EKUS Flax. No. 1 southwestern, $1.40;
No. 1 northwestern, $1.50. Timothy, $3.M)
Clover. $10 87..
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bhl., $30.62
j20.6u. Lard, per 100 lbs.. $1165. Short
ribs, sides (loose). $11.40? U.fiO. Short clear
sides (boxed). $U.rw12 00.
CHEESE Steady; daisies, 14ftl5c; twins.
ItifjltVc; young Americas, 14gi5f long
horns . lt'fff 15c.
POTATOES Weak: choice to fancy, 76
tysHc; rair to good, boQTOc.
POULTRY Easy; turkeys. 14c; chickens,
13Ho; springs. liWliic.
VEAL Easy; 60 to SO-lb. weights. 7f8e.;
(0 to 86-lb weights, Slj'a9Hc; 86 to HO-lb.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 363.000 bu. Primary receipts were
424.000 bu., compared with 948.000 bu. the
corresponding day a year ago.
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
SO cars; corn, 211 cara; oata, 103 cars; hogs,
SEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
4)aotatloaa of the Day on Various
NEW YORK. July 17-FLOUR-Recelpts.
10.700 bbls.; exports. 17.349 bbls. Market i
quiet, but atrady; Minnesota patents, $H.25-i
1.60; Minnesota bakers, $o.S.iij6 ff; winter
patents. $6.007i6 60; winter straights, $5. "57
100; winter extras $4 75'n 40, winter low
grades, $4.6Mr5.30. Rye flour, steady; fair
to good, $4.50)24.65; choice to fancy, $4.70(9
CORNMEAL Steady; fine white and vel
low. $1.C&1 .70; coarse. $1.5&31.G0; kiln dried,
RYE Hull: No. 2 western, 0Hc, nominal,
t. o. b. New York.
BAH LEY Dull; feeding, 72f?"7Sc, c. 1. f.
WHEAT Receipts. $6 .200 bu.: exnorts, 178.
5.S0 bu. Spot market stead v; No. 2 red. old.
81 45, nominal, elevator and f. o. b. afloat:
No. I red. new, .(1.22V f o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern. Duluth. $1 43i. nominal, f. o. b.
afloat; No. i hard winter. fl.4lv. nominal,
f. o. b. afloat. Forelun buvlng Jumped
July wheat Je above at the opening todAv.
and It held firm all the forenoon, closing
te net higher. Late months were de
pressed bv favorable eel her f d
closed itl net lower. July. $1 Sft!r1 S?S.
closed at V.T: Heplrraber. 1 1H.1 1V
closed at $1 1SV December. t.t5si 1.15i.
closed at $1 US; Mav. $1.1'1?1.17. cloaed at
CORN Receipts. 19 130 bu ! exports, 8 102
bu. epot market steady: No. I. old. TSvte
aaked, elevator, and nominal f. o. b. afloat:
No. 1 .new. (4. winter shipment. Option
market was without transection, rleainar
"nchanged to He lower. Tuly closed at
TftVo. Pept ember closed at 7Sc and Decem
ber elnaed at SSUc.
OATSRecetDta, 1 T75 bu.t eorts. 11720
tru. Spot markat dull; mixed. 241 ta SI lbs.
A Asked. B Bid.
St. Louts General Market.
ST I.oms. Julv 17. WHEAT Lower
No. 2 red, $1.1731.22; No. 2 hard. $1 2031.25
lnlv 11 11U: Seutember. $1.07Hil.07&4.
CORN Lower; No. & TOtlc; July, 674c
Sentember. 64Uc: No. 2 while. 74W75i4a
OATS Lower; No. 2 caeh, 50V4c; July,
44c; September, 404c; No. 8 white, 64c
RYE Nominal: 81c.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, $6.40
;6.7b; extra fancy and straight, $e.80tX-3Q;
hard winter clears, $4.1"u4 75. 1
SEEP Timothy, $2.753.a5.
CORN MEAL $3.40.
BRAN Higher: sacked, east track, $1
HAT Higher; tlmoUiy. H.Ot315.00; pral
HEMP TWINE To.
PROVISIONS Pork- lower: lobbing,
$20 7.". Lard, lower; prime steam, $11 3ZWi
11 42s. Dry salt meats, steady; boxed ex
tra shorts, $11.76; clear ribs, $11.76; short
clears, $11. ST. Bacon, steady; boxed, extra
shorts, $12.76; clear ribs, $11.75; short clears,
rOULTKi fun cnicitens, uo; springs,
17c; turkeys. 17c; ducks, 9c; geese, 4c.
BUTTER Steady ; creamery, 2226a
EGOS Steady; 17c '
1,000 7Vi 8
Analeamated Copper 10.x)
Aroerlran Aerteultural .... 100 44
Am. Beet Bngar 77
Am. Can pfd .
Am. C. ft 7
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. H. A It Via-..
Am. lea Becurlllea. .
American lwomotlva l.'
Am. B. & R
Am. . R. P'"
Am. Rusar Kellnin
Am. T. T 4.f? 141
Am. Tnbacco pfd
American Woolen WO 33
Anaconda Mining Co 00 41
Atlantic Coaat Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Bal. ft Ohio ptd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central Leather pt"....
Central of New raey...
heaapeake & Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago Oreat wcatern
Chicago A N. W
M. A St. r
C.. C, C. A St. L
Colorado V A I
Colo. A So. let pfd
Colo. A So. 3d pfd
Conaolldatod Oaa 500 140
Corn Products 'J0 23Va
Delaware A Hud eon 3W 1H3V.
Denver A Rio uranaa ow it
D. A R. O. pfd
Dlatlllara' Becurltlea .....
Erie let pfd
Erie id pfd
Ureat Northern ptd
Great Northern Ore cue..
Inter bo rough Slat. .
Int. Met. pfd '
International Harveatar ,.
Int. Marina pfd
K. C. So. pfd
Loulavllle A N
Ilinn. A St. L
M.. St. P. A S. S.
Mlaaourl Paclfla ..
M.. K. A T
M , K. A T. pfd
National Blacull 900 104
National Lead 300 S6Vfc
N. R. R. of M. lat pld
New York Central 4,J0 152 '4
N. Y., O. A W 800 62V,
Norfolk A W 4,100 M
North American 1.1)0 hi
Northern Paclflo a,200 1624,
Feanaylvanla 1.KI 13SVt
People'a Uaa l.iuO IK'a
P., C.. C. A St. L. ,
Praaaed Steel Car 1,000 437, SVt
Puliroaa Palace Car
Railway Steal Spring 1.0OJ 44V
Reading 67,eO0 165
Republic Steal too
Kepubiio steal pia i.auu 101 1,
London Stock Market.
LONDON. July 17. American Securities
on the Stock exchange here today opened
steady under the lead of Illinois Steel and
Nashville and improved on bear covering.
The close was steady.
London cloning stocks
Baltimore A Ohl
Cheeepeake A O.
Chicago 0. W IS Southern
Chi., Mil. A St. P...1WV do pfd
Denyer A Rle O.
14 '4 Loutarllla A N.
. . 84' M., K. A T
.. KT, M. T. Central..
.. lVa Norfolk A W...
..Ill dn pfd
..i01V4 Ontario A W...,
..122 Pennavlvanla ...
..18v Rand Mlnea. ....
.. 79V4 Reading
144) Southern Pacific
. 4KV4 I'nlon Pacific... .
.17 do pfd
.. I7V4 V. 8. Steal
.. 44V, do pfd
.. 44 Wabath
. 1.1 Vt do pfd
Utva Scanlah 4a
steady at i!3d per ounce.
moskv-ss per cent.
The rate ot discount In the open market
for short bills Is 1- per cent; for three
months' bills, 1 7-16-31 per cent.
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
600 3t 3tV4
300 29 2v,
00 46 4o4,
600 71v, 71V,
3.40O 145 V, 14o
ii"!"!! " io 143', 143"
, 600 73 7314
1,700 42 Vi 4i"4
Ruoa laland Co lt.0
Rock laland Co. Pfd 4.200
bl. U a B. V. il alt
St. Lou la 8. VI.
Et. L. 4V. w. pfd too
Sloaa-Shetfleld 6. A 1 100
Southern Paclflo M.KM)
Southern Hallway l.tOO
60. Hallway pfd 100
Texaa A Pauflo tOO I6V4
T . St. L. A W 800 61 Vi
T., St. L. A W. ptd 100 t
Union Paclflo .... U.Ml liv
Uulon Pacific jd 600 104
U. 8. Realty 300 33
V. t. Ilubber iuO 3
U. 8. Steal Ct.tOO 73
L. S. Steel ptd 7.7IM 128V4
Ulan Copper W0 4k V
Vs. -Carolina Ckeaksal 7iai 63
Wabaah soo 21 V4
Wabaah pfd 3.700 67 V,
Vieatern Maryland 1,100 7
VteaUughouaa tleclrto 200 H
Waaiern Union . 4O0 73V4
Wheeling A L. 47 IuO iv
193 4 103
47 47 V4
Clearlnai II on at Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, July 17. The statement of
clearing house banks for the week shows
that the banks hold $34,669,200 more tjnan
the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve
rule. This is an Increase of $2,666,300 In
the proportionate cash reserve as compared
with last week. The statement follows:
Amount. Increase. Decrease.
Loans tl,345,58K,500 $3,384,100
Deposits 1,423,472.800 2,864,800
Circulation ... 49.2;9,200 $ 159,300
Legal tender.. 81.1M.7O0 2,479,800
Specie 309,242.700 629,700
Reserve 330,437,400 1,800.100
Reserve req... 365.868,200 716,200
Surplus 34.569,200 2,666,300
Ex-U. S. dep.. 85,06,625 2,510.650
The percentage of actual reserve of the
clearing house banks today was 27.41.
The statement of banks and trust com
panies of Greater New York not reporting
to the clearing house shows that these In
stitutions have aggregate deposits of $ir
383.837,000; total cash on hand, $152,037,200,
and loans amounting to $1,177,698,300.
Local nerarlrira quotations.
Quotatlona fumlrhed by Samuel
New York Life building, Omaha.
Cudahy Packing Co
Columbus, Neb , B. L. 6a 1925
City of Omaha uond 41,,a lf
City of Omaha ia 1112
Douglaa Couaty 4a 1428
Flrat Nat'l bank, Co. Bluifa, 12
Oata City Malt Co.
Kanaaa City Ry. 6a 1013
Nebraaka T. A P. a 1933
Nebrafika Telephone titock U
Nebraaka Underwriters, Oiuaha
Omaha Oaa 6a 1917
Omalia E. L. 4 P. (a IS 23
Omaha 4c C. B. St. Ky. 6a 1814
Omaha A U. U St. Hy. m
Omaha A C. B. St. Ry. ptd 6
Omaha A C. B. St. Ry. com. 4',
Omaha A C. B. St. Ry. A U. pfd 4. ,
Cmaua Water Co. 6a 194a ,
Onwha Water Co. lat pfd
Omaha B. ot T. Bldg. Co. pfd 6
South Omaha Sewer 4V,a HM
loux City Hi.cn Yard pld t
Union Stock Yarda, Omah a, 4
Wright it Wllhelmy pid ti-.....
Six days this week 14.072
Same days last week.... 12. 314
Same daya 2 weeks ao..l3.30
Same days $ weeks ago. .11.202
Saray days 4 weeks ago.. 18.603
Same days last year 11,932
The followine tahle shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
ior the year to date, compared with last
year: ljos. 190s. Inc. Deo.
Cattle 479,799 456.438 23,361
Hogs 1.481.007 1,696.871 115.8S4
Sheep 706,8t8 788.302 22.454
The following table shows tha avenage
price of hogs at Sou'.h Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
tha reaaon that there were no supplies In
springs of any consequence on the mar
ket during the previous week. Any advance
registered Monday, however, baa vanished
before tha onslaught of packers during the
laat few daya. and the spring lamb mar
ket la right around a quarter lower than
last week a close.
The advanoe In sheep stock haa further
served to narrow tha spread between
sheep and lambs. The sheep market has
continued to advance since the opening of
tha week unttl yesterday, when buyera ef
fected a 10-ffUc decline. Tha sheep level
ahows a clear bulge of about 6tT40e over
last week's close.
At was noted yesterdav. tha bulk of sup
plies this week haa been range stock,
mostly wethers. Receipts for the week
are 26.000 head, aa compared with I.OOO head
of last week, and almost 18.000 head of the
corresponding week of last year, a com
parison of range sheep values a year ago
with current price Indicates that this
year a market Is about $1.0Oc91.25 higher.
Quotations on range sneep an '""'
Oood to choice spring lambs. 7ftOir.u.
fair to e-ood BDr ni lambs, gH.si.a i.e; goon
to choice yearlings, $5.40u5.80; fair to good
yearlings, $5.00416.46; good to choice weth
ers. S4.7(Vfr.lO; fair to goon wetners, e "4
70; good to choice ewes. $4.1u4.ou; lair u
good ewes, $3.S.Vij 4.15.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
I 1909. 1908. 1907. 1906. 1906. 11904. 11903.
II. .. I
f 15! 6 74
8 18 6 1791
6 29 6 64
6 42 I 68
491 5 74
7 81W 6 $1 S 71
7 83 6 87 t 76;
6 44 6 72
6 291 5 17
I 6 161
6 83 e j
S 85 S 11
8 8.1 4 89
6 38 6 031
6 47! 6 13
641 6 ltl 6 17
6 191 5 83
66 I 6 20
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
CatUe. Hogs. Sheep.
C. A N. W., east
C, St. P., M. & O .
C. & N. W., west
C, H. & Q.( east
C, B. & Q., west
C, R. I. ft P., east
C, R. I. & P., west
c. o. w
Total receipts 1
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as ioiiows. each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated
Cattle. Hogs Sheep,
t'liistia rHCKinpr to.,
Swift and Company..
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour & Co
St. T,ouls ....
OMAHA. July 17 Bank clearings for
today were $2,101,978.23 and for the corre
sponding date last year, $1,496,689.14.
$2,444,327.75 $2,112,726 41
r. 2,108,995 65 1,761.299.47
Dny's Trndlnar in Cattle.
Hosra and Sheep.
CHICAGO. July 17. CATTLE Market
atenriv- henvn ta l&VS 7 SO: Texas ateera,
$4 60(j-6 00; western steers. $4.80(66.26; stock-
era and feeders, wiooio.io; cows ana tim
ers. $2 408 85; calves, $6.008.75.
HOGS Recelpta, eatimated at 10,000 head;
market 510c lower; light, $7.65'o8.0J; mixed,
$7 70tpR26; heavy, $7.70"(8.60; rough. $7.70
7 85; good to choice heavy. $7 WW. 80; plga.
$601?7.4fi; bulk of sales. $7.80'r78.10.
SHEEP AND LA M Bn Receipts, R.'w
head; market steady; natives, $2 75r4KO;
western. $3004r6 00: yearlings, $4.fHirt 00;
lambs, native, $4 7rVri8.50; western, $4 708.10.
A 9 INVESTMENT
Offered in the World's
The MiifiTArJne rublUhlng Buslnpsa
Is Oue of tlie I lost Dividend
How Yon May Shar in the Exfraor
dinry Prof It of m Monder
$13,016,239.76 $10, 563. 636. i
over the con epsondlng week
New York Mlnlnir Stocks.
NEW YORK, July 17. Closing quotations
on mining slocks were as follows-
Alice 180 Leadvllle Con.
Brunswick Con 4
Com. Tunnel atock... 24
do bonda 21
Con. Cal. Va 48
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 17. WHEAT July.
$l.Sy4; September, $1.11'; Pecember, $1.0si,i.
Ca.h No. 1 hard. $1 32V3 133V. No. 1 north
ern, l.in'VUi.v; JNo. 2 nortnern. 41 -.(
1.80ti; No 1 northern, $1.27Hai -28V.
KLAX Closed at $1644.
BRAN In 100 lb. sacks, $21 60.
FLOUR First patents, $6. lft .1-6 JO; second
patents, $6.0i6.20; first clears, $i.06'a5.35;
second clears, $3.6533.8&.
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. July 17. WHEAT Spot No.
I red western winter, nominal; futures
quiet; July, s 7'd; September, (a lSd,
Lecember, $a 6d.
CORN Spot, new American mixed, via
Galveston, steady, 6a 3d; futures dull; Sep
tember, 6s 7d; October, 6a 7d.
FLOUR Winter patents steady; 15a 9d.
PKAS Canadian, firm; 7a lid.
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA, July 17. CORN-Ijwer; No. 2
yellow, 70c; No. I yellow, 70c; No. 1 70c;
No. $, 70c; No. 4. 68Vitic; no grade, H-4
OATS Lower; No. $ white, 61c.
Km porta anal Imports.
NEW YORK. July 17 Import of mer
chandise and dry Broods at tha port of
New York for the week ending July 10
were valued at $l&.430.0t4. Import of specie
fur the port ot Mew York for the week
ending today were $127,706 sliver and $108,142
gold. Exports of specie from the port of
New York for the week ending today were
$2,748,000 gold ana n.U.9Ug silver.
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Tetai sale for the day, 463,600 share.
New York Money llartiet.
NEW YORK. July 17. MONEY On call,
TIMK LOANS Firmer; sixty days, I per
cent; ninety days 2 per ceat; six months,
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER S 94 'gt
STERLING EXCHANGE Strong, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.85
4.90 for sixty-day bills and at $4.8736&4.!740
for demand. Commercial bill, $4.aou4.85H.
SILVltK Bar, 60c; Mexican dollars, 44c.
bon us uovernmenta steady; railroads,
Closing quotation en bond today were
aa 1 01 lows:
.100 int. ate. 4a
.101 Int. It. aL 4Hs...
101 VI japan 4a
.HH 4 do 4Va
.111 eg. c fit. at ia..
119 L. . deb. to 111.
.44 UAH. iul. 4a..
K'1 14.. K. 4V T. lat 4a.. 101
Am. T. T. ev. ie..l04 do gen. 4a i
Am. Tobaceo 4a. 40 Mo. Pacific 4a 81
do ta -Ill N. R. K. ot tl. 4V, a. 95
Armour It Co. 4a.. 95 N. Y. C. g. ta...... 9JV,
Atchlaon gea. 4a lol do deb. 4a t&
u ov. aa a. I.. M. u. 4k at.
do cv. ta llt ct. ta 1US
At. u. u ia a ee p,. at w. ut a. 4. ..100
.101 do er. 4a 91
. 93 No. Pacific 4a 12V
do la 74
. W O. g. L. rtdg. 4a ... 9414,
ii:- i-ena. or. e int.. 97
. do e. to Iv4
.w neadins sen. to 101
.104 HLIi. r. fg. aa. I
' oo gao. aa. 91
14 SL U . W. a. to... 79
91- do lat gold to 94
'w aeaboara jl. Lu 4b... otf
U 4 I r. 1 ia to go. Paclfle col. to
C . R. I at P. c 4a.. 11 do c. to
do col. U t 4o 1M ret. to...
o Hdg. to 91. la. Railwar as....
Colo. Ind. 6a to do gen. to
Colo. Mid. to 44 I'nlon Pacific to..
C. A 8. r. a. 4a. 98 ct. 4a.
D 4t H. ot. 4ar Iu4 o lat rat. 4a.
17 V. I. Rubber ta...,
V. . Steal Id as....
94 Va.ro. Ctiem. is.. H
ntaua tat aa. ill
19 do lat a aa. to.... 77
weotam ata. aa....
. 77 Weal. Klec. ev. be... 944
.IuO Wis. Central to tt
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do geu. 4a
do cv. to eerlea A.
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Gen. Kleo. or. aa. .
am. Can let ref.
Bevaik of Ce ram any Itntament.
BERLIN, July 17. Tha weekly atate
ment of tha Imperial Bank of Gerroany
how the following changes:
Caah in hand, lncreaaed t 960.000 mayk;
loana, uecreaaea - is.tll.vuu mark; aia
counts, decreased 76,871.000 marks; treas
ury bllla, decreased 18,(32,000 marks,
notea In circulation, decreased 139.4118.000
mark. depoalla, increased 70,180,000
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Staple and Fancy Produce Prlcea Far
nished by Buyers and Wholesaler.
BUTTER Creamery, No. L delivered to
the retail trade In 1-1 b. cartons, 25fc; No.
L In 60-lb. tubs, 26c; No. 2, In 1-lb. cartons,
24c; in 60-1 b. tuba, 234c; packing stock,
19c; fancy dairy, tubs, IS'a'&c; common
roll, fresh made, 17ViC Market changes
EGGS Freali selling stock, candled. 19c
No storage stock in Omaha market,
Citt;ji;sii-r meat v iscon!: run cream.
twins, 16c; Young Americas, 4 In boop,
lbVc; favorite, 8 In hoop, 16c; daisies, 20 in
hoop, 16c; cream, brick, full case, 16c;
block Swiss, 15c; full cream llru burger, 16c.
POULTRY Jj rollers, 16c; alive, springs.
13V4c; hona, 12c; cocks, 8c; duck, lie;
geese, 10c; turkey. 18c; pigeons, r doz..
toe; guinea row is, per dux., 2.a0: squabs.
per do., $2. Dressed hens, 11c; springs,
UUWw, cock, 6Hc; ducks, lie; geese, lie;
I'lSH Fresh caught, almost all art
drebsed: Halibut, be; buffalo, 9c, trout,
12c; bullheads, 14c; catfish, i7c; ciappies,
sunflsli, 60 to Stc; black baas. 26c; wmte-
fisn, lie; pike, Uc; salmon, 14a; pickerel,
10c; frog legs. Hoc Fiosh froseii; White
fish, No. J, 10c; round, c; pickerel,
dressed and headless, 7o; round, 6c; pike,
dressed, 10c; round, 8c; red snapper, 10;
bpanlsh mackerel, lbc; tuailve mackerel,
MEAT CUTS-No. 1 rib, lottc; No. 2
ribs, 13c; No. i ribs, c; No. 1 loin, 17c;
No. 1 loin, 14c; No. 3, loin, 10o; No.. 1
chuck, utrVac; No. 8 chuck, 6Vc, No. 8
chuck, 4jc; No. 1 round. 10c; No. 2 round.
Vjo; No. 8 round, 8V4c; No. 1 plate, 6-o;
ru. 2 P'aie, oc, .-,0. a piaie, yno.
CITRLa FRUITS Lemons, W.oOsH.oO;
FRESH FRUITS Strawberries, $2.7603.28
per crate 01 Missouri ana Arkansas atock;
Florida pineapples, lbs to 4es, U-l per
crate; graaae fruit. 36 siie, per box, $5; 46
slxe, $6.50; 54 size, $6; bananas, fancy Port
Limon, per pound, to.
VEGETABLES Kansas sweat potatoes,
$2.75 per bbl. California celery, large. Me;
smaller, 60c. New York Holland seed cab
bage, 7'ic par lb. Wisconsin Red Globe
onions, 2c per lb. California, cauliflower.
$3.00 per crate. Tomatoea, Florida, 6-basket
crate, $4.00. Lettuce, per do., 40c. Par
snips, turnips, carrot, 5o per dosen. Flor
Ida new beets, carrots, parsnips, turnip,
etc., per do., 76c.
POTATOES Weak; &SJ6o.
HIDES No. 1 green, 10c; No. 1 cured, 11c.
' Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, July 1&.-COTTON Fu
ture opened steady; July, 12.06c; Au
gust, 12.11c; October, 12.06c; November.
1211c; lecember, 12.03c; January, 12.30c;
March, 12.05c; May, 12.06a.
Futures closed easy. Closing bids: July,
12 12c; August, 12 05c; September, 12 06c; Oc
tober, 12.CTic; November, 12.06c; December,
12 12c; January. 12.10c; March, 12. Ho; May,
12.16c. Spot closed steady, 15 points higher:
middling uplands, 12.65c;, middling gulf
12.90c; sales, 1.761 bales.
GALVESTON, ,'uly 17.-COTTON Steady
NEW YORK, July 17.-METALS The
mtital markets were quiet In lue absence
of cable. Tin a unchanged at $24 a9
29. 12V. Copper remained weak In tone,
with lake quoted at Ulio-SIUTH. electroly
tic at I'.l.affM.Vl and caailng at $12.50
12.76. Lead wa quiet at $4 J4.ao. and
apelter dull at $6 i.4.40. Iron waa steady,
tut without further change.
ST. LOL'IS. July 17. -METALS Lead,
nominal, $4.17Vj,y4.); speltar, Dominal, $4 DO
CATTLE The varrls AS 11 H11.il stri a Sft'
urday were bare of fresh supplies of cattle,
but the total reculpts for the week nhow
a very liberal run, there being a small gain
over last week and quite a noticeable gain
over the total of the corresponding week of
last year. While receipts have consisted
largely of native snd fed cattle there has.
aleo been quite a little sprinkling of rangers
The market on th better grades of beef
came, especially me handy light cattle,
has been in fair condition from rlav to nv
and at the close prices are around 1016!
nigner than a week ago. On the other
nana, rough and common cattle have been
'low scuers every day and are, If anything,
a little easier than last week
The supply of cows and heifers this week
nas noi oeen very good, consisting Prlncl
pally or grassers and a good many of them
far from desirable klllera. The mrir,i nn
the better kinds at the close of the week
m possioiy a lime stronger, while the com
moner kinds are a little easier than at last
Stockers and feeders have been In light
supply most of the week, still there were
enougn nere ar. me beginning of the week
to bring about a very sharp break. Since
men me rrane nas oeen In active condition
and the decline has been made up so that
at the close of the week nrtr 4,,a
about as high aa they have been for some
Quotations on cattle: "Oood to choice
eornfrd steers. frt7RfT7.O0: fair to good corn
fed steers, $;. 44)47 ;.7r; common to fair corn
fed steers, $S.2Stfi6.40; good to choice vesr
llngs, $S.tW7 00: good to choice rsnce
neeves, n otrfi 5 f; ralr to good ranpe beeves,
$4.Wkri5.0t; common to fair range heeveo.
3. 764. Ml; rood to choice cows and heifers,
M.TSfrlt.TS; fair to good cows and heifers,
3.SOT4.75; common to fair cows and heifers.
tl.75i?T3.50; good to choice Blockers and
feeders. t4.009S.2R: fair to good stocker
and feeders. tXTSQA.V); common to fair
stoekers and feeders. $3.003.7r: atock heif
ers. $3.r.'a3.65; real calves, $3.50M.5O- bulls
stars, etc.. t 0006.00.
HOGS Hogs were 5!EN0c lower this morn
ing, and. although the trade generally .p-
pearea as rather slow, still there was suffi
cient life to effect an early clearance.
everything being cleared up by 10 o'clock
m the morning. The hogs sold pretty
largely at $7.70jT7.75, and on up as high as
s.iio for the be.
The market this week has been In very
satisfactory condition, as Slewed from a
seller's standpoint Although the opening
was a little easier than the close of the
previous week still prlceb tended upward
reaching on Friday the highest point
touched since 1902, when hogs sold In
practically the same notch. With that ex
ception, the market was the highest of any
year since 1893. Today's decline wipes out
a part of the advance, but still at the close
of the week prices are 6TJ'7,4c higher than
they were one week ago.
St. I.oala Live Stork Market.
PT. LOT'IS. July 17.-CATTLE-Reclpta.
1.000 head. Including TOO Texans. Market
steady. Native shipping and export ateers.
$6.2697.16; dressed beef and Duiener steers,
$5.70o4j.40: steers under 1,000 lbs., $1.60-4 6.01;
stoekers and feeders, $S.26'4'4.85; cows and
heifers. $3.6007.00: canners, $2 002.60; bulla.
$3.70fij4).00: calves, $6.b04j&.00. Texas and In
dian steers, $3.60(46.16; cows and heifers
HOOS Recelnts. 2.000 head. Market
steady. Pigs and lights, $6.0O4.l0; packers,
$s.00-a.20; butchers and best heavy, $6.20
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, NOO
head. Native muttons. J3.MKi4.pO; lambs,
J6.00&8.00; culls and bucks, $3.60tf6.00; Block
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, July 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.000 head, including 1,600 southerns;
market steady; native steers, $4.507.50;
southern steers, J3.761J6.75; southern oow.,
$2.605 4. 25; native cows and heifers. $2 HM1)
7.00; stoekers and feeders, $3.606.30; bulls,
$2.75'S4 2S; calves, $3.767.60; western steers,
J4.26ti4t.25; western cows, $3.0Oj5.25.
HOGS Receipts, 2.000 head; market 5c
lower; bulk of pales, $7.75i. 00; heavy. $800
8 06; packers and butchers, $7.S5frS.05;
light. $7.5i7.90; plan. $6.5097.60.
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts, 500 head:
market steady; muttonn, $4.261 $.25: lambs,
$7.0f382S; ran ee wethers, $4.O0'r5.60; range
St. Joseph Live Stock Mnrket.
ST. JOSEPH. July 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 100 head; market steady: steer.
$36O!ff7.00; cows and heifers, $2.5flTJ6.ffi;
HOGS Recetrt. 2.600 head; qualllv com
mon; market RWlOc lower; top, $8.00; bulk
of sales. $77fr7r7..
SHEEP AND LAMBS No sheep on sale;
market steady; lambs. $7."!fi'?r8.3.
Slonz Cltr Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. July 17 fftpeellal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 250 head: mar
ket steady; beeves, $5.00iiJ)7.flO; fat cows and
heifers. $5 O05J6.0O; grass ' Oows. $3 OO'ij4.50;
feeders. $3.76W4.60; yearlings. $2.75 4 25.
HOGS Receipts, 3.600 head; market, 10c
lower; range of prices, $7.46rr7.85; bulk of
Bales, $7 607.70.
Stock in Sight.
Receipts at the six principal western
markets yesterday were:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Totals 8.440 25,151 9.401
No. At. Bh. Fr. Vo. At Bh. TT
11 21J 120 1 40 tt 1 ... 7 71
T6 S34 J00 7 6S to J44 ... 7 71
It 194 40 T M 94 220 M 7 74
II 220 ... T 45 H J01 ... T 75
13 1SI lM 1 46 14 75 M Til
45 190 120 T (ft SB ISO 10 T 75
44 20 ... 7 16 7? 181 10 T 75
80 rl 40 T 5 ! MS ... T 75
14 1!l 120 1 10 41 Vh ... T 75
71 tTO ... 7 70 fi4.....J7 ... T 75
51 Ill M0 7 70 IS n ... 7 74
II !1 120 7 70 43 7 U0 t 75
4 7t li'l 7 70 II 1T0 19 7 78
74 !0t 2ort 7 TO 44 21 120 7 75
TO J71 40 7 70 41 :6 ... T 75
TJ 191 91 7 70 7 $54 ID 7 76
T 1M ItO 7 70 61 14t S0 7 Tt
64 127 10 7 70 ! J44 1J0 7 75
74 !24 110 7 70 II 171 120 T 78
1 195 10 T 70 71 211 ... T 71
14 101 10 T 70 44 J7 40 T 75
71 Kit t) 111 , 17 1X4 ... 7 78
7 ?SJ ItO T 7t ' St 114 ... T 75
7 ES ID 7 70 ft IIS ... T (0
41 212 ... T TO 144 00 T 10
17 tn 40 T TO Hi US DO f 50
tT .l 2W 10 T 71 M 294 40 T 90
61 149 40 T 70 82 ?0 10 T 10
41 KIT 40 T 7!v, 7 K $00 T 10
71 230 80 7 7JV, II 234 ... T 18
40 217 1J T 71V, U ti to T 90
17 2.V1 10 7 T5 to 134 ... t JO
64 101 tO T Tl
LONDON. July 17. WOOL-The offer
ings at the wool market today amounted
to 1S.369 bales. The selection was In fair
demand at firm prices. Home traders
were active and continental spinners se
cured the best grade of scoured ard me
dium greasy merinos. Americans bought
fine greasy merinos as well aa suitable
parcels of Punta Arenas. During the two
remaining daya of the sales 24 000 bales will
be offered. Today's sales follow: New
South Walea, 2.200 bales; scoured, lsi'M
lHd; greasy, fjdtfjls 2d. Queensland. 700
hales; scoured, la 2d52s 2Vjd: greasy, Sd'W
Is 2d. Victoria, 600 bales; greasy. 7d5Pls
8Vid. Tasmania. 100 bales; greasy. 9dls
Id. New Zealand. 6,300 bales: scoured,- la
liltSls 64d; greasy. 4dfls 3d. Cape of
Good Hope and Natal. Soo bales; sco-.ired,
Is 6dWls 7Ad; greasy, 6d10d. Punta Are
nas, 320 bales; greasy, (Vidfrt'l.
ST. LOri. July 17. WOOI Unchanged ;
western mediums. 21327c; fine mediums,
21(S24o; fine, 12(?M8Hc.
SHEEP Only a load or two of fresh
sheep were on sale today and these
changed hands at quotably steady prices.
The trade this week has been a "teeter
totter" affair, with sheep stuff at the
ascending scale. The week opened with
lamba in the spotlight at $8 65. the highest
ever paid for range springs -on this mar
ket. The extent of the advance on Mon-l
day IB rather difficult to determine, for
Oils and Rosin.
NEW YORK. Julv 17 OILS Cottonseed
Oil. firm: prime crude, nominal: prime yel
low, $r).55'!5.6.r.; September. $5.7035.72. Pe
troleum, barely steady; refined, New York,
$8 ?5: Philadelphia and Baltimore, $8.20;
Philadelphia and Paltlmore, In bulk, $4.70.
Ttirnentine. quiet, 49c
ROSIN Quiet; strained, common to good,
SAVANNAH, Ga., July 17.-OIL Turpen
ROSIN Firm. Ouote: T3, 12 W3.19; D,
$3 2M8.S5: E. $3.70fT3.7r,: F. $3 8.Vff3 90: ft.
H8.9694 00: H. $4 104.: I. $4 85; K. $4 9515)
6 00: M, $5.0036.25; N. $5.35; WG, $5.65; WW,
Philadelphia Provision Market.
PHILADELPHIA. July 17. BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery. ISVic; nearby
EGGS Firm: Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, 23300 at mark; Pennsylvania
and other nearby current receipts, return
able cases. 11 Vic at mark; western firsts.
23tyc at mark: western current receipts,
20o?2?,c at mark. .
CHEESE Firm: New York full creams,
choice, 14814c; fair to good, 13Vgi3Hc,
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. O.. July 17 SEED Clover,
cash, $7.10; October, $7.10;; necemner,
$7.10; March, $7 17H; No. 2, $6.16; No. 3.
$6.00; reiected, $5.60; no established grade,
$4.00. Timothy, prime. $2.00. Alslke,
nrlme $7.0: Mitnixt. 10.
The Woman' World, of Chicago, la
popular magailne that supplier at an
annual subscription price of 25 cent
tha masses living in small town and
rural districts with reading matter, sim
ilar to that of the magailne selling at
16 cent a copy. The bast known writ
ers are among our contributors. it
high-grade character and low price have
made it tha favorite with that element
which forma the largest percentage of
our population. As over 60,000,000 live
outside Of the large titles, it haa the
largest field of any niiigaslno. This ex
plains it enormous paid circulation of
U,OUu,0O0 copies a month, whloa w
prove. It goes by mall to 8, OOO, 00 vt nomaa.
It Is not sold at news stainls.
The Ourrler Publishing Company,
which own the Woman's World and 11
splendid printing plant and has within
a few years brought It by its great
earnings to its piiunonienal success, re
cently offered the public Its per cent
preferred stook with wlilcli there goes a
bonna of common atock and the invita
tion at once met wtui a most generous
response from hundreds of inventors.
Within a few weeks over $260,000 of
tne 9 per cent preferred stock has been
sold. This means thut over $260,000
new capital has gone into the business
for only treasury shares are aolii. It
means that those who buy now secura
an Interest In a successful business now
worth over a quarter of a million mora
than when the stock was first offered.
This 9 per cent preferred stock is sold
to provide for Improvements and exten
siona and to enable uh to take care of
the growing business.
Magailne as Great 1)1 vidVnd-rayei s
The history of the magazine business
shows that enormous profits there are
In It. Munsey'B Magazine share, par
vain $100, ar now said to b worth
(1,900, paying monthly dividend of
$100. Yet, Munsey's has less than one
third the circulation of the Woman's
World. Tlie Ladies' Bom Journal doe
an annual business of $39,000,000. All
well-known magazines have made and
are making fortunes. Th lat Mr. P.
F. Collier, of Collier's Weekly, left an
estate of over $0,000,000. Why shouldn't
the Woman's World, with additional fa
cilities, pay better than any of these)
with its larger circulation and higher
The larger the circulation, the higher
the advertising rate Jflvou now our afl
vestislng rate is the highest of any pub
lication -98 per line, Sii2 per inch, $t,3U0
per page, per issue. tine r"--ent issue
contained over $90,000 ndverttnlng, and
$20,000 more came too late for Insertion.
In addition we are turning down about
$20,000 undesirable advertising a month.
Our bualness, profitable from the start,
has grown so fast that within the past
few yeara we had to move several times
to larger quarters. It la now housed In
three large buildings employing over
For the first three months of 1909,
when not a share of our 9 per cent pre
ferred stock was yet sold, our profits
were $69,000 while but $46,000 is neces
sary to meet the 9 per cent yearly div
idend on our preferred Bharea.
On this baslB the annual profit would
be $236,000 more than sufficient to pay
9 per cent on ootn our preierrea ana
common stocks. Additional capital will
still further Increase our great earning
pu.4.-lbilttlefl, especially when we are
heading towiid unprecedented prosper
ity, anil advertising protnles to become
enormous for a magazine known to aj
vertlBers as one of the best pullers and
which covers the territory which by
Kplendid crops will soon be nine billion
dollars to the nation's wealth. We are
toncenlrstlng our greatest efforts to so
cure about a million dollars advertising
In the next twelve months, which would
mean dividends of at least 25 per cent.
These facts ehould appeal to thought
ful and conservative investors. Tlie
more they in estimate the more of our
9 per cent preferred stock they will buy.
Buy Before the Advance.
Today you can buy our 9 per cent
fully paid and non-asbassable preferred
shares at $65 and secure the bonus of
one-half common sharci with each pre
ferred share. After August 16, 1909, th
preferred shares will be 980, to be soon
followed by withdrawal of th common
stock bonus. You can buy these shares
for cash or on small monthly Inutall
ment. Personally, I own only oommon stock.
Dividends must be paid on your pre
ferred shares before 1 can get a divi
dend on my common that shows my
own confidence in tills business. Tlie
upturn in our advertising business this
midsummer, usually the dullest season,
JuHtltles my expectation that common
stock dividends will start before th
year expires. The next preferred divi
dend Is due January 1.
When our common stock also receives
9 per cent, the balance of earnings be
longs to all shareholders. Not many
corporations provide for uch liberal
I believe you have never before had
such an opportunity for Investment
where shares can multiply In value with
Our business la open to fullest Inves
tigation. Our largest shareholders ara
prominent Chicago bualness men who
are familiar with our business, Some of
them, after a thorough Investigation,
huve Invented as much aa $20,000 and
some $10,000 In our preferred shares.
If you wish fullest Information about
our company, please write for It, or bat
ter fill out and return attached coupon.
GEOXGrS B. OXTKatXEK, Pres.
Ourrlar Publishing Company.
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K. K. h.MITll, Broker.
US LaSalle St., Chicago, 111.
Peters Trust Company
Since the absorption of all of Omaha's Saving Banks, by Clearing
House Institutions, Interest rates have been reduced from 4 per rent
to 3 per cent. This means a large reduction In the Income of Omaha's
Savings Bank Investors. To those Investors who have shown their con
servatism, by banking with Saving Institutions we offer even a more con
servative and profitable Investment than the had formerly In our first
Hen mortgages, on personally examined, Improved and producing farms.
These can bo selected In any amount and BEAR 5 PER CENT AND 6
PER CENT INTEREST, which we collect and remit our customer on the
interest periods. Our attorneys carefully look after all titles and with
out their approval no mortgage Is made. In our long experience of over
twenty-three years NO CUSTOMER HAS LOST A DOLLAR through tha
assignment to him of a mortgage negotiated by us.
Let us show you these high class Investments and talk It over
personally with you.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY
Main Floor, New York Life Building. Omaha.
REQUEST FOR BOOKLET
OEO&OII K. OVKmiXm, President,
46-48 West Monro attract,
Xar air Bend m t onoa, with
out obligation on my part, booklet
wjfjtgnlfloent Dividend from Katra
ainea" and farther Information re
gardlng th t per oent prerrA
stock issue of your Company.
Herbert E. Good. Co
Brokers and Dealers
OBanr, ritOTisios, stock
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