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    1HF. BKK: OMAHA. WKDXKSDAY. ALUlNT l. i:to:.
hRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
yjieftt Lower auid Uruteady. with All
iryinfc- to btii.
11' 7' Baron, hoxed extra shorts. (13 TS.
cles' ribs. 112 75; short clears, ftf 874.
Receipts end shipments of flour and grain
re a follow :
Receipt Shipments
i; ii l.X)
?4il wi 108. 7)
R3.910
116 200
KIiiiii. bill
Wheat, hu
''urn bu..
Oats, bii..
V4 3nt
99.&O0
CORN PRICE FALLS OFF A CENT
oler Weather, with
Rain, Krndl Ball to
laaere aloes t
Lower.
I'rnmlu of
Inter nad
Range
OMAHA. Auk 17. !!
Th late decline of ymtfilar wi fol
lowed by lower prices again today. Early
hi, -A were sellers lain In the session,
im there wsa no featut. tha general
riling eased value mill lower.
With prediction of rain and cooler
weather in the corn belt, prii s slumped
off a cent for tha cash am ft anil tha op
tion were weak.
Wheat was unsteady, with cable lower
and selling general. Unfavorable report
regaidlng damage In the northwest trom
blighting owing to the eitreme hot weather
during harvesting firmed value slmhtly
a I tha close.
Corn wan weak on heavy Relllng on the
aeather prediction for rain In Hie corn
bell. Receipt are good, but baldly equal
to tha local demand, which Im active. If
good raina should fall there I n large
mount of reserve cum that ahould move
to primary polntp.
' Primary wheat rei elpt were 890 000 bu.
and ahlpmenta war 563. 0"0 bu.. against re
ce,lpt laat year of T71.W1 bu., and ship-
V -I. ra of LkM.OipO bu
Mrmnt were fjfJc 000 bu.. acalnst receipts
li year of 461. Out bu., and shipments of
271 000 bu.
Clearance were 830 bu. of coin, none of
oaia and wheat and flour equal to l: .Of"1
bu
Liverpool closed HS'd lower on
and Vf4dd lower on corn.
Local range of option
HtUTHKR IN THIi liHAIN BKLT
Larraaltely
talnty
t'er-
frimarr corn receipt were 4.9 ono bu. and
w heat
Article. Open.) lilgli.l bow. Close. Hal'y.
Wheat-I I
Sept... 9NI
Iec,.. M'-ji
Corn- I
Kept...! KV
Dec... !W.
Oat- 1 I
Sept.. I 3,,,
Dec... I
I
9?v
.vi
53 V
i
864
I
92.l
S94i
l
52 i
I
J,'.','
3441
97V
tNi
I
R9V 6!l,
524 Kl'a
V.'4I 358
8441 if.-.
Omaha Caati PrTcea,
WHEAT-No. 2 hard. 9otl 00; No.
hard. Wa9Tr.; No. 4 hard, 9l4f94e: No.
(.'Ofils No. 2." S14trffic; No.' 2. dlljHkU
.o. 4, 6lolc: no grane. oi'd'tx:; .-no.
yellow, S84c; No. 2 yellow, 634c;
white. 84c; No. I white. Mc.
OATS-No. S mixed, 3'lirTc; No.
low, 37tfSSc; No. I while, 37'a39c;
white. S74tt384c.
RYE No. 2. Kfl70c; No. 3. 876lc.
. Carloi Receipts.
Wheat. Corn
Chicago '..278 403
Minneapolis 7fi
mmha U
Iniluth 3
Hot Moilii, vrltk
of (ooler y Mbt.
OMAHA. Aug 17. lW.
The ueaihr cuiiiiiHieu eaoeeiveiy warm
uut.ng tne pat iweniy-fur hour over the
icihiii Miiea anil foutneei, and tem
perature hiitner than on any previoua
nay thla summer prevailed throughout Ne
inatki II l i iik m Ashiand: ll at Fair-
I bin y . 1(4 at (.'ulberiaoii; i at Auburnj 102
I at Columbus; IU1 at Hastings and aJr
nmnt. and Wi at ilrand Island aad Te-
tcamiih. i he higneat temperature or tne
season eie also reported throughout Kan
oas. Missouri and Oklahoma. U I much
cooler this morning In the upper MlHSourl
vallev atid a eat Into the mountains. aid
It will he cooler In thla vicinity tonight.
No rain wot thy of mention occurred In
N. htaska during the laat twenty-four
hour Shower wcufted In the upper Mle
alsHlppI valley thla morning, and were quiet
general oer the Ohio valley and lake
region within the last twenty-four ho-tre.
Moderately heavy lain were general in
(lie i astern and southern states during
Monday and coniirfue In the eastern atate
this morning An exceive rainfall la re
ported In New Tork City, a fall of 6.04
Im he bring recorded. The weather I
generally rlear in the upper Missouri valley
and throughout the northwest this morn
ing, and iU be fair In thla vicinity tonight
arid Wednesday, possibly preceded by
showers tnda.
Itecnrd o( tempetature and pi eclpitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three yrara:
1K. ions. ir7. ljntl
Minimum temperature 7R m - 7U
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .00
Normal temperature f"r today, 7S dearec
riefictencv in precipitation since March
1. 1 l Inches.
Ksces corresponding period in IM. .11
of an Inch
fieflc'ency corresponding period In 1!W.
4 09 Inches.
A. WELCH laical Forcaater.
urn mi Wheat Rrgloa flalletla.
For Omaha. Neb., foi the twenty-four
home ending at g a. m.. 7fith meridian
time, Tuesday August 17. IOTP.
OMAHA PISTr.ICT.
Temp Raln-
Btatinns Max. Mln
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Reactionary Tendency in Wall Street
Market Becomes More Pronounced.
OPENING IRREGULAR AND HEAVY
llarrlraan anal Steel tsmrana (rater
f Bear Attaelt Freeh Raying of
t'aloa raelflc tarta t p ward
Moreaaeal Later.
3
3
i
No. 2
3 vel
No. 4
Oat
4;ll
in.
r
IIK AGO UitAI AM) FH()( ISION
I l-'eatore of Ike Tradlag and CloalnH
Prlcea un Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO. . Aug. 17. Uaniu.se reptrt
from North Oakota offset weak cables and
caused a steady tune io ,th wheal market
hi re at the close today. Coin closed weak,
oala eaay auU pi'ovitona Irregular.
The wheat market opened weak, with
prices unchanged to Ho lower, owing to a
decline of Hifl Id at Liverpool. During the
gieater part of the day aentltuent . was
inclined to tht bear side, o fthe market,
but In the final hour a firmer feeling de
veloped becauae of confirmation of re
jtvrt of wet weather and damage to the
neat crop In tha northwestern part of
North Dakota. A slump In corn and an
easier tone in the- market for the cash
gialn were additional factor that prompted
considerable selling. Trade in general was
of light ton. The close was Ktrndy. wltn
prices a shade to H&'c higher, compared
with tha previous close.
An official forecast of unsettled weather
over the greater part of the corn belt
for tonight and tomorrow Inspired liberal
realising sales In the corn market, which
resulted in declines of approximately lo
In tne price of all deliveries. Kreah reports
ot,dama-e .by .hul. aiealUaK avere received
and, at time the advices caused slight ral
lies. Decline of Ma In the better grades
of cash corn and 2u In lower grades wan a
bearish faotor. The market closed weak
with September delivery at the bottom and
tne future options only a trille above thi
low mark.
Oats Were Inclined to ba weak nearly all
day owing to aelllng brought out by Im
proved weather for narventing and thresh
ing The market was bearlahly affected
by the slump In corn. Th close was easy
with price a shade to we lower than
vesterday laat quotations.
Provisions manifested ' considerable
strength. At the close prlcea were 10c
lower to tOc higher, the latter advance
being In September pork.
The leading futures ranged as follows;
fall. Sky.
Ashland. Neb 10S 70 .00 Clear
Auburn. Neh 103 t ffl Clear
llfken Hon. Neb. W 70 .03 Clear
Columbus. Neb.. .102 70 T Cloudy
Culbertson. Neb.. 104 76 .10 Clear
Kalrhury. Neb,...IOS 72 .00 Clear
Fairmont. Neb. ..101 71 .00 Pt. floudv
Mr. Island. Nrh. .100 70 . 00 Pt . cloudv
Hartlngton. Neb.! 72 00 Pt. cloudv
Hasting. Neh.. ..101 74 .( Clear
Holdrege, Neh...!i 72 .00 Pt. cloudy
Oakdale. Neb M, 70 . 00 Pt. cloudy
Omaha. Neb 9 75 .00 Cloudy
Teknmah, Neb... 100 73 . 00 Pt. cloudv
Alia, la fiH .02 Raining
Carroll, la 94 4 .nfl Clear
Clarlnda. Is 100 H8 .00 Clear
Sibley. la SO 0 .(if, Clear
Sioux City, la... ;R 72 .02 Kalnlng
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
In average.
DISTRICT AVERAGES
NKW YORK. Aug. 17 The reactionary
tendency manifested In the tfivck exchange
yestetdsy be-ame more pronounced today,
with early decline In a majority of the
standard iue. Sentiment appeared to
have switched around very decidedly, al
though surface conditions weie for the
most part unchanged There was a recur
rence of rumors regarding the health of a
prominent financier now abroad and the
long continued drouth In the Nebraska
corn belt excited some spprehetialon. An
other factor which militated against a re
sumption of bullish operstlons wss the be
lief prevalent in conservative circles that
the matket had been going forward much
too rapidly.
From the very outset the merket was Ir
regular, chiefly owing to a aerie of beat
attack, which converged largely arour.d
the Harrlman Issue. The only prominent
stocks to display steadiness were New
York Central and Atchison. Transactions
were again very laige. with London a re
potted reller here to the extent of 36.000
shares, chleflv the Harrlinans and I. nlted
States 8teel common. There wss general
Isle recovery from the early heaviness,
which had Its Inception In a fresu buying
movement in t'nlon Pacific The balance
of the active list moved along in sym
pathy, the net result being galna wnicn
ranged from fractions In the Harrlman
Issues to I points In Chicago North-w.-etern,
and a point or more in Atchison,
New York Central and the steel Issues.
Illinois Central and Ixjuisvllle at Nashville
did not participate In the recovery and
some of the less active Mocks, Including
American Cotton Oil, registered material
losses.
fchich general news a cme to hand later
In th day was largely favoiable. including
the succeful conclusion of the Chinese
loan, with equal participation by our bank
ets, and further Improvement in the atcel
and Iron trade. There was also a state
ment from a representative of the Inter
state Commerce commission predicting a
revival of the enormous railroad traffic of
1907. In International banking circles there
waa talk of a resumption of gold export
to Argentina. The money market was very
strong, with further indications of a stif
fening of sale. Some call loans were
again made at 2H per cent, but this was
the maximum figures.
Hoik) were Irregular. Total sales, par
value. ta.HMj.000. United States bonds were
unchanged.
The following were the closing quota
tions on stocks:
coin. I24.1M.1; minor coin. IJ130MS Total
balance In general fund. Iina,1).!.
do coupon
V S. la.
do oenpon . . .
V g 4 re
dn coupon .
kS
Not Included
Article. Open. H!gh. Low, Close. Ycs'y.
May 1 00
te,
if Dec. M Q
May j57 tfVsi
oats
Sept. SS4rW
Dec. 3t";sUi
May
Poik I I
Sept. J 20 SO I
Jan. 17 40 I
Lard-
tepl.
Oct. I
Nov.
Jan. I
J' b.-
7 Sept
Oct
Jan
oo'i
I
evv
, 99'a 9lrVhV
V1
I
WVil
otjti
I
A5;
I
1 00
Central.
Chicago. Ill
( oltimhiis, O
lies Moines, la...
Indianapolis, ind.
Kansas City. Mo
Txiuisville. Ky
Minneapolis. Minn
Omaha. Neb
t. Louis, Mo
No of
Stations.
2fi
Temp.
Max Mln.
CO
Rain.
Inches.
.04
17
14
12
IS
Ifi
29
17
12
K4
HI
70
K
70
M
.18
00
.00
.00
.01
8S
9J
90
111"
90
4
100 70 T
9 ftx 00
Light showers occurred thl morning in
northweste'-n Iowa and Minnesota and
fairly good rain occurred In the eastern
portion of the corn belt since the preceding
report. The weather is cooler In the upper
Missouri valley this morning and tempera
tures are slightly lower over the lake
region and Ohio vallev.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
New lark Moaer Market.
NKW YORK. Aug 17. MONK Y On call,
suadv at 2Vij:W Pr cent; ruling rate. 2
per cent; c'oauig bid. 2 per cent, offered
at !'4 Per rent.
TI M K LOANS Very strong; sixty days. 2
par cent; ninety dsys. SSSS per cent; six
month. 4 per rent.
PKIMK MERCANTILE PAPER 44j4Hi
per cent.
flTF.KLINO KXCH A X ME Stead v. with
ctuni buslnes In bankers' hill at 14 K V5
4 8.1.-. for slxtv-day bill and at 14 for
demnd: commercial bills. $4 .M?4.M'd.
SILVKH Bar. 1V; Mexican dollar. 44c.
BONDS-Uovernment. steady; railroad.
Irregular.
The following are the cloaing quotations
on stock and bond:
l' S ref ta. re . . . ion. (nt'l let rf. 4
10 winter. Met. 4H . n
101 Inter. Mtre M. 4l . Tn
101 Htipn 4....
I1 d 4a
in K C. So. Irt .
Allln-Crialniert 1 la M I. S. db 4. 1I1.
Am. Aa 6 10'il. N. lint. 4 ....
Am. T. T. . 4a.nw'i M . R T IK a i
Am Tib. 4a l 'do n 44 l
do (a 111S M". flclflc 4 . Kt
Armour Co 4W . M S. H H of M 4,
Alrhlsnn (n. 4l . T. Cen'l IV 4
do c 4a l'.a1 do deb tM
do c I N V.. N H I Un e.llS
Atlantic: t'. L. ll 4 4 N A W. lt ton. 4a. 10"
D. O 4 I'S do tr. 102
do !' So. Paeiflc 4 int
dn 8. w. lite si do In 14 H
Rrmiklyn T. c. 4... f.iOion 9 I. rfrts 4 Mi
'nlrtl ot Oi f ..11 Penn rv. !. 1915
Teniral Loather 6 imm do ron 4 . w
t"n l of N J . 6a . 1E7 Reading en 4 liK-
diet. L O 4ta 14 St I. P fg. 4f
dn rof. fia 'Oil, do gen. f I""l
t'Mrago A JS . T t L, 8 W con 4 T
C. B g It. 4a... do lat told 4a 1j
do gi. 4a Seah'iard A I.. 4a . Hv,
C , M A 81. P ( 'a l Se Paclfle col. 4a ! ,
C. R. I. P. c. 4 W"t do r. 4
do eol. 5a . . l4 o lat ret 4. .
do rig 4a . ar'So. Rallwaa 5a .
cVlo. Ind. 6a do tpin. 4a
colo. Midland 4s. .. 14 I Dion Pa -lie 4a
Colorado & Routbatn do ct.
raf and ett . "", du lat and rr. 4a. '
11. oV Hudann er, 4a. 1ei, t1. Rubber da in:.
i) n. a. 4 a s1'- 8 imi id .., .
do ref is .ss V -c aro t hem. is. ,
Plallllera' a H4tahath lat 6 Ill
En prior lien 4a ... g4 do lat and out. 4. '4
do gen. 4 7lnWtarn Md. 4a ski,
do ct. 4a. aerloa A Waatirg. Elec cy. la S4w
do rv. 4. aertoa B. T84j A"I. Central 4a M
Oenoral Klae. c. ia.164
Bid. "Allied
l.oadoa Stock Market.
IjONDON, Aug. 17. -American securities
opened quiet and at parity. I'nlon Pacific
snare were steady, but hardened and at
noon the general list ranged from i to t.
of a point above yesterday's New York
closing. I'nion Pacific was H lower.
London closing stocks
Allla-Ohalmera eld....
Amalgamated Copper.,
Am. Agricultural
Beet Sugar
Can pfd
Car aV foundry..
Cotton Oil
Hid & Leather
Pa gernrltiee
hlnaeed
Liocomotlvo
8rrltlng St Ref
pfd
Sugar Refining.
Tel. Tal
Tobacco pfd . . , .
Woolen
Mining Co
NKW lOHk HKMSHAL UARUIJ'l
Aootatloua
- 1
arlaas
sS;3'-&"i 3s . -us
iirt.40',,.(.'( . 4ir),.i)-va)
21 60
12 44)
I
20 86
17
21 60
i; M
I
20 80
17 40
11 bl U 70
11 ."i2'-,i II 85
I
i
11 6.ii 11 70 ll 07',
I 11 4,-T.t It lb 11
11 20 I U 11 10 I 11 -U 1 11
10 KV1 W if?v, W 10 20 1 lu I'll,
I I I I
I 11 SO I 11 45 11 90 U 40 I 11 35
I 11 06 I 11 174 11 UU I 11 lJ'.i 11 OJi.
I 8 lit 1 2iVti Ulr 20 I 8 22' t
No. 2. 1
Cash giiotations were a folloaa:
FIAJFH Finn; winter patents. S4.90u
.J0; Siraighta, 47i(f0.1j; spring paiems.
l.-.iOtiu.atj; tralghis, )4.jVu6.tx; bakers, U.36
Mi.D.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 4i3c; fair
lo choice milling, 67t(Mc.
SttlDS Flax. No. I southwestern. I IS;
No. I north aestem. 1 i6. Timothy, l.sO.
t lover, iiLiO.
PKOVlBlONS Mesa pork, per bbl., 21 46
43 21 W. lrd. per loo lbs.. 111. 7.,. Mhot t ribs,
s des tloosel. Ill SOjU 45, short clear sides
(iroxed). U.62'aH.;o.
Total clearatu ra of wheal and flour were
eciusl to 162.UU0 bu. Primary receipts were
fcnteai bu.. compared with 771.0uu bu. the
eoi responding day a year ago. The world's
visible supply, as shown, by Bradatreet k
l. ,r eased 114.000 bu.-
tvalltnatad IM-eipte for tomorrow: Wheat,
1 car; corn, lis car; oata, 147 cars; hogs'
32.lia) head.
BUTTtcft Flrtn; creameries. x3.tjSc;
daisies, iV-Oo.
KUO .steady; receipt. 8.148 casoa. at
mark, rasea incluJeU, (lists. 2oc; prime
firai 21S,o. V
. I'll tKSB Strong; daieitrs. . i7AajlS'tC,
twins, HSJl4c; young Americas, lfi'itf'
lic; long horns, 16'.0 16c.
I'DTATOEH-Usy, choice tw f BO . ' 4ff
fv, fair 10 good, 4J4bc.. -
Pul'I.TUT Hteady ; tprkeya, lie; chick
ens. I4ljc; aprlng. lc.
VEAL Steady. eO to 80-lb. weights. 8(11
8'c; 60 to bi-lb. weights. ftvV; a l 110
lb weight, vtHUHc. .1
St l.aale Oeatral Market.
kT LOU'S. Aug. 17 -WHEAT-Weak;
. No. J red, cash. 11 OS'fl! 08,: No 2
hi'rd. 1 1 '!- 1.041,; 5eptember. Sit'i'ir.'c: De
cember. V, o. '
CORN- Lower; track. Nr.. . S cash. 7c;
September, tic; December, iJSc; No. 2
lute. a,3'1c.
OATS-ijwer; track. No. cash. 38c. Sep
tember. 37e; December, 7jc. No. t whit.
0'c.
RYF-7l'a;iVc. nominal. . '
FLO. I U -Steady, red winter patent J5 00
S.to; extra fancy and sn sight, $4 ;cfS 00,
hard winter clears. 1. 94 i.V
SFJfcf riiiich. U2i4(3 .
Ci (R!lfc;AI-J-JO
HISAN--elaadf, aaoked.- eat rraek It flsor
1 at
tl A Y Mtrsely: timothy, IJO.Oiki'i lj On. pri.
rle. 8 Ottft 't' (!''"
ipo'x t tnfi'kX Tics-soc. '
HPiiNc,--;c - . ,
IIFMl' TlvfNM Tc- "' '.'"'
pol l TRTii-ady; chicken. Uc: spnn.
K,icr Inraeys 17c, ducka g-ee. Sc.
Hl'TTF.R - Firm; creamery. 23o27r
k FI(IMHlgtirr at U',c.
' PP-'iVHIoNH- fork. higher: Jobhlne.
t: Oil l-ru tng.Vi ; prtmr steam. Ill 4oi)
I'rr ae.lt meats dirtier: boxe.1 extra
s. tlLfb. clear rib. Ill 76. ahou dnti
of the Day oa
t oiumodlllea.
NKW YORK, Aug. 17.-FLOUK-KeceipW,
45.60" bbls. ; exports. 12.700 bbla. Market wa
Hiuaii out. quiui; M iiun-tio.a painw, oo.JUty
b.Jfi; Miniimoia bakurs. .i.lugj.v0. o.d; winter
putuiua. ,,i(i j. mi, c.Ui, v, nicer siraights,
patents, ist.3ixao.iiU, old; winter extras, 14 50
lit W. new ; winter straights, H.SsJim.lO. new ;
winter patents. 4.4iu4.oO, ne ; win.er low
giades. a4.4O'4.70, new; Kaunas straights,
4.9WI&.10, new, Kye tlour, qultl; ia.r to
good, i4.3ftcii4.uU; choice to fancy, 4.B6'ut.S0.
COit.s Ai ijA U S.eutly ; fine uiu.c ..u yel
low. fl.tiik)l.iii; coarse, ii.uumi1.o6; kiln aned.
13.75.
ME-Dull; No. 2 wesiern, 7c, nominal,
f. o. b. New York.
HAKLtV-Firm; feeding. 57c, c. I. f. New
York.
VV H KAT Receipts, 36.CO0 bu. Spot markei
sieaay. No. 2 lea. l.lu. no.iilnai, iluvalor,
and II IH4. f. o. ti. arioat; .no. 1 nonhrrn
Duluth. oid, 11 il a. no.iunal, f. o. b. afloat,
No. 2 haul winter, new. 11.12 g, nominal,
1. o. o. Bin. at. rraaa in wnca. waa vei
ciulct touay. Pi oleMcionala were beailsh,
but afraid to hammer me market, owing
lo damage reports from Nonh Dakota, an.i
It averaged ait-auy nil Ua, cli sing Iici
higher. Mrplemht r closed at II. Oo1, Decem
ber 111 i.ud anu .May at i.oc.at.
CO UN Receipts, ,.Kou bu. : cxpor.s. M0 bit.
Spot market easy. No. 2 mixed, 2c, win
ter Hhlpuieiu. options market aa withoui
transactloiiB, cloning itc io c net lower.
September closed at ,J,c and Deceinbci
at 6k'.
OA I S Receipts. Sii.icju bu. Spot market
slcady. Mixta. 2ii to oJ lbs.. 4ec, nominal;
nutuial wlule. Jii to 2 lua 4ivxB!i"c', clipped
while. 62j6!ic.
HAY r 11 111; No. 3, ,iu)lc, good to choice.
Scj1.10.
Hi ni-.h yulet ; Uogola, JtMyu.jlc; Cen
tral America, 1 1 1 o.
LKATIlh.ll Jieudy, acid. 23i.4m.
PROVISIONS Bref, sicacly; family. 114 00
it 14.60; men. II 1 On',1 1 1 ..Vl . oe, f hams," 24.0Ut
2600; packet, Jl2.io.i l.i.0U; city enira India
mews, U06ii21.uU Cui meats. 11 11 let; Mckled
bellies, 112 60,17 13 00; pickled hams. 'T 5cif,il
13 0U. Lard, firm; western. 111 Ai 12.06; re
fined, firm; continent, 112 30; South Amer
ica. 112.8.1. cuuipound. 17.60)1 .'6. Fork, firm;
family. $21.&u'(i 22,t; short clear, 21.0inQ 23.60;
mess. l21.;'ijlT-'.2o.
TALI OA yuiet, city i2 per packaxei.
5 5-1'ic; country (package free). 6 5-ici
6 13-lw.
KICK Steady: domestic, fair to extia. 1
ft lc: Jinan, iiominal
BI'TTKR Flrm creamery thirds to firsts,
!.. ISc.
CM KKSK Steadx : unchanged; state full
ci eam, speelals. l'ti lf'c; state, full cieaiu,
small or large, colored or white, fancy.
14-io; state, full cream, common to 'good,
liV'ili'V; skims, full cream to specials,
3Vnllc.
V.i IMS Kasv; um banged, western extra
fliatH. IVil'C; ve'-lern fliata. Jl j 23.: ;
western second. 2ii21c,
I'Ol'LTK Y Alive, steady': thickens.
1'V': fow ls, Iti'g Iii'.gc; turkeys. 14c; dressed,
dull: but steady; hroHers. western. 14ii2tio;
fowls, weletn. liVai'C
Kaaiai f lt Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 17 WHEAT
September) SJV; December "ic; May.
SmartlnV sellers: rasn uiicnunged to 1c
lower; No. 2 hard. Il.ottll 10; No. 3 haid 1
.pl OS; No. 2 red. 97fcl UP. No. i red. W4
II. u&
CtlKN September. Wftiil'a sellera; He'
temper. o2tlv4t'. bid. May. il'iti.'i
bid; cash. 'yuJc Irtwer; No. i tn!xd 83c,
No. 3 mixed. '."-i'. No. 2 white. hot'Tinc.
No. I white, Wr. .
. OATS I'm harmed Ui Ic lower,' No 2
white, 4:-'t44c ; No. 2 mixed, 340c.
RYK J.l'o.Tic.
II A Y-l'iichanged.
ff ! I OU; choice prairl
falfa, 12 imil4 00.
Bl'TT K K - Ci ea m ry extras. 18c; firsts
23c; se,'onds. 21c; packing stork 13e.
, Wlt'.S Kxlr. S': f n-sts. - Jlc. current
receipts. lc: second and dirtle. I2c,
southeriis, loss off 14c.
Receipts and shipments of grtln were as
follow: Receipts. Shipments
VI' heal, bu I0ot lcj yl
Corn, bu J1 " 181.000
Oat, ba ' li"0
. Kansss City option cloaed as follows:
Articles. I Open. High. Low. Clos.
Am.
Am
Am.
Am.
Am. Hlda & leather pfd.
Am.
Am.
Am.
Am.
do
Am.
Am.
Am.
Am.
Anaconda
Atrhlaon
do pfd
Atlantic Coast Una ...
b. a o
do pfd
Rethleham 81 Ml
Brooklyn R T
Canadian Pacific
Central Laather
do pfd
Central of N. i
t:ha. 4V Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago Oraat Weaurn
C. A N. W
C, M. A 81. P
C. C, C. St Sc. L. . . ..
Oolo. Pual A I run
Colo. A Southern
do lat pfd
do id pfd
Con. Oaa
Corn Products
Palawar A Hudeon
D. A R. O
do pfd
Diallllera' gacuiitiea ...
Erla
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
General Klactrlc
Groat Northern pfd
do Oregon ctra
Illlnola (antral.
Intar. Mel
do pfd
Intar. liarveaiar
Iniar. Marino pfd
inlcr. Puper
Inter. Pump
Iowa ('antral
K. c. Southarn
do pfu
I. A N
Minn. A 81 L.
Minn.. St. P. A 8. St M.
Mlaaourt Pacific
M.. K A T
do pfd
I National Blei-ult
National used
National R. R. M. lat pfd
! N. Y. Central
I N. Y . Ont. A W
I Norfolk A Waiters
j North American.
Northern Paclfle
Pacific Mail
( Poiiti Ivanla
Pcople'a Uaa
1 P.. V.. C. A St. L
I Pleased Steal Car
' Pullman Kalar car
! Railwar Steel HcjOnj
I Heading
I Republic Steel
do rfd
Rock tciland Co
do pfd
St. U A 8 r. Id pfd
si. lauis a. w
00 pfd
8loa-Sherrild 8. A I
So. Parlilc
So. Railway....
io ptd
Tenn. copper
Texas A Pacific
Toledo, St. L. A W
do pfd
Inlon Pacific
do pfd
I. 8. Reallv '
I. 8. Rubber
I'. 8 Steel
do pfd
t'tab Copper
Va -c'aro. Chemical
'abe:i
do pfd
Weetera Maryland
W'watlnghoUM Kieclrlc...
Western Colon
Vi . A Lake En.
w lacooeiu tnnal
Total aalea for the a.
saiee
lul
27.70H
40)
2 "0
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act)
1.900
. i.2ix)
M.400
71 K)
m
i.ino
400
Lad
1.700
"ion
I. boo
"iti
1. 400
501
l.l'.O
1U0
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861,
4V,
k
81
74
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M4,
a-'.-
10:
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in
1411,
ion,
ss
1J0S
118
ii
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116
'87
10?',
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6nj M
4"
44
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32
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11 1
140 '4
101 S
I71
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7
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14.100 s.H II '1
4 SOO
S.400
JJI.OoO
i.oni
100
100
'4V0
700
S. St
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no
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100
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1. 11-. 100 ,h,r..
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10 IS
11.1
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141 '4
101 t
tn
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lafS
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3
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7914
181S
19
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315
82'k
fS
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6S
81 S
m 14
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lis 14
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in
Coreol. money 84 R-18 boulatlle A V 183
do account 8s M , K. A T 414
Amal. ('of per 88 N. T. central loOi,
Anaconda I04 Norfolk A W t7'4
Atrhtsnn 1H " P'8 l
do pfd 107 14 Ontario A w 6114
Baltimore A Ohio .. .121 V, PennayWatila H,
Canadian Pacific IK' S Rand Minea f',
c heaaoeak A O 4, Reading 84S
Chicago O. W 3"4 Southern Rv 33s
Chi . Ml!. A 8t. P.. .184 14 do pfd 74
D Becra 15S Southern Pacific 144
Dener A Rio G MS I nlon Pacific 8 0S
do pfd 0 do ptd 116V,
Erie HV4 V. 8. Steel 7
do 1t pfd liV do pfd 12SS
do 2d pfd 46 Wabaah 22
Grand Trunk 2S oti II14
Illlnola Central IM Spanlah 4a is
SILVKH Bar. quiet at 2a-ltld per 01.
MONEY Wltxi c',
The rate of discount In thl open market
for short bills Is IS" Pr cent; for tnree
months' bills, I7-16'1H per cent.
Local Securities iaiota tlnnas
QuoUtlona fumlahed by gamuel Burna, Jr.. 114
Bid. Aaked.
10
. . . S lo'i
ass ar,
... S44 M
. . I00V4 100 Vj
...104 1HS
108
s
as
IOC
New Tork Life building. Omaha:
Alma. Neb., Municipal aa
Cnaahr Packing Co
Armour Packing Co 4Sal828
Columbus. Neb.. B. ! ie 128
Omaha Fir f "gin 4a lift
Omaha Renewala 4Sa 19S4
Oat City Malt Co
Kanaaa City Ry. la llll
Kanaaa Cltr Ry. pfd
Sebbraaka T. A P. 4a 1831
Neb. Tel. Stock
Omaha Oaa ia 181',
Omaha E. LAP. 1931
Omaha B. U A P. ptd
Omaha A C. B. St. Kr, 5a 1814.........
Onaha A C. B. 81. Re. ia
Omaha A C. R. St. Ry. pfd i
Omaha A C B. St. Hy. com. 4
Omaha A C. fk. St. Ry A B. ptd 4.
Omaha Water Co. ia 1148 .....
Swift A Co. la 1114 1...
So. Omaha Sewer 4St 1124
iioux CI Stock Yarda pld s
I'nlon Stock Yarda, Omaha. I....u
Foreign f'lqanrlai.
LONDON, Aug. 17. Money was plenti
ful and easy tin the market today and
discount were dull. On the .stock ex
change tne markets. With the exception of
the American section, were Idle and occa
sionally Irregular. Uilt edged securities
maintained their flrmn'SM on cheap money,
but kaffirs and home rails were neglected,
and with Paris re-opening quiet there was
little business In foreign securities. Amer
ican shares opened quiet and about parity,
i'nlon racific was weak, but hardened
later, and at noon the general list ranged
from to "a of a point above yesterday'
New York closing, while I'nlon I'aolflo
led in the decline and the heavy liquida
tion on Wall Street yesterday Induced a
similar operation here. Later support from
New York caused a fair recovery, but un
certain movements followed and the mar
ket closed Irregular.
. 97',
. 64
,
, Wt UK'
, 47 S MS
. MS 1"V,
, 12 84
. 10) lot
, MS IM
. I3S 84
10 II
. H 44 S
, MS
181 101 S
bus "'I
U ft
. MS 8714
OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Tree Seller, at Steady to
Strong Prioei.
HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS HIQHEE
Feeder and Fat ee. ftteadr la
.had Lower, While Pat l.amha
Are Tew to rile l eal
Lower.
POCTH OMAHA. Neb. Aug 17. 1 908.
Receipts wer: Cattle. Hogs. 81 eep
Official Monday 1 .84 .m H.i4
Estimate Tueiday a.OU 4.400 10.0UU
Two dr this week... 10 SS4
Same days last week... 11.84.1
earns days 2 week ago.. J.782
Same day t week ago..
Same days 4 week ago.. T.I8H
Sam day laat year.,..14.Jj5
The following table ahow th receipt of
caul, hog and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
1808. lwH Inc. lec.
Cattle UA.m 6.o"l lo.Sit
Hogs 1,12.. 1.7S8.S83
Sheep 83.847 872.871
The fnllnwlna table shows
price of hoga at South Omaha for the last
several days, wun comparisons:
5.76 2S.2MI
8 428 2.0h3
B.C49 Il
18.S18 10.278
808 ll.?S
S.Cr.aJ 23.078
146.T07
8.034
the average
Date. I 1908. llSOg.llSOT.ilWti.llrOe.llSOI.sOS.
7 47
7 47S
Aug. 7... 7 W t 8 t 77 t 21 j 6 78, 1604
Aug. 8... iw 741 8 11, I 84, 5 11 6 12
Aug. 8... 7 4M 6 801 08 8 M I 07
Aug. 10... T 414 IS 4 0 BO j 1 vs. so 1 0 Ui a ir
Aug. 11. ..I 7 34Vt W I I 8 t TO, 4 84 6 26
Aua. 12... 7 42S.I 411 5 8t I 6 84 4 81 8 24
Apg. 11..
Apg. 14..
Aug. In..
Ana. 18..
Aug. 17..
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
th Union Stock Yards, South Omaha, Neb.,
for twenty-four hours ending at 8 p. in.
August 17.
RECEIPTS.
C'attle.Mogs.Sheep.H'r's
... 1
5 22 i 5 83 & 9J I 4 84; 6 15
6 17 5 74 6 M i 95, I 5 21
6 30 5 "2. 5 Mi 6 88, 6 01, 6 lb
7 MS j 6 78 1 6 88 1 6 Kii 6 02,
7 6b 6 44 74, 5 80, 6 88 4 98 1 6 21
C, M. rV St. P..
Wabash
Missouri Pacific 3
I'nlon I'aolflo 4H
C. & N. W. (east).. 1
C. U N. W. (west I.... 58
C. St. P M. & O
C. B. . (east).... 2
C, H. & Q. (west).... t2
C, H. I. & V. (east).. 2
C. R. I. P. (west 1.. 3
Illionols Centra!
C, O. W
1
1
1
11
iti
1
12
1
42
Total receipts ....lt 81 (2
DISPOSITION.
Cattle. Hogs.
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift and Company.
Cudahy I'kg. Co
Armour & Co
Schwarts-Holen Co
Krey I'kg. Co
St. I.ouis Ind. Co
Schwartzchild & S
L,ayton
Schneider Meat Co
Kox & Co
VV. B. Vansant Co....
J. Lobman
Stephens Bros
Hill A Son
F. B. Lewis
J. H. Hoot & Co
J. H. Bulla
I,. F. Hum
I,. Wolf
I.. Wolf
McCreary ft Carey
8. Werthelmer
II F. Hamilton
Sullivan Bros
Lea Rothschild
1 Klein & Smith
Smith A Halsey
Other buyer
bank Clearings.
OMAHA. Aug. 17. Bank clearings for to
day were 81,9o6.12l.21 and for the correspond
ing dale last year l,4cB.i)M.59.
Boeioa Stocka aad Bond.
BOSTON. Aug. U.-e Money, rail K.-.n. .1
f5 Per cent.
cent; time
4Uotatiuiis
adj. 4a..
rho'i-e timothy. tlO.SO
, ; 5(r97.7a; choice a,-
'cj3 per
Closing
A(hlenn
do 4 .
Aichlaon R R
do aid
Beaton A Albany..
I fcoai'in Klevated
, ritchburg prd
S V., N H. A H
I'nlon Pacific
Am. -Arge. them...
do prd
Ana. Pneu Tube....
Am Sugar
do pfd...
Ani. Woolen
do pfd..
Pomlnlrn I A 8.
Kulnun Rlec III .
Maaa. Klec
do prd
Mara (;
I nlied Prutt
Inltrd Shoe ataih.
do pfj
I' 8 Sieel
do r'd
Adve.iture . ,. ...
AHouz
Amalagtmated .
toa tlM,
were:
Wheat-,
el'irtember
lecemtier .
May
i 'e n
set tetnber
I ecemher
Ma.'
I
I
1- qju- UW
I 81H 'J1'
I 86S.1 86-Y
I
o2' i-"
o1 cJ "S iv 8'
I
iHl
95H
18,
14
HI 1 81 A
M'ai S2SH
52;4 MSB' &n
A Asked B Bid.
8-;S Arlr. Commercial
loos Atlantic
HI'S Ruti Coalition . . .
1 S calumet A Ar,t.in
.! cl Columel A Hecla ....
1 4'j ' 'entenntal
iJO t cipher luitg '
17 S I'M. W rei. . .
S.'S rSanklin
4SIJrer,e Canaae
04 I. la R.Kale
Man. Mining . ...
131 Montana c. A C
4 , Ne acta
MS Old iiumlnlun ,
l4 , ')e. aula . . i
44. Parrot
-41 cuinci ....
111 shannon
74 '1 llaany
i T'tni;,
ltt't I oiled C.ipper
4iS l S Mining....""
t S I S Oil .
. 77S 1 'eh
.128 Vtcieiia
7 4 Winona .... . ' .
44 Write 1 ! ie . . ,
M Xc.rth Ilut'e
!,
r,1a
1 a
tao
18
13
s
1',
s
:
1
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:iS
i
144,
3314
12
n;s
70
l"S
llll
44S
t
4i,S
4S
Sen York Yllnlnu locka.
NKW YORK, .Vis. 17. --4'lming c(ii,.tanons
were as follows:
8 lira . . .Hi
Itrouaw k , ul ...
C-m. Tunnel at 1 k i
do Sonde t .
Com Val A Vs . MO
Hern Slleer 10
Isoa Silver ie
Ottered
I e.oi.pe .
M'tte 1 h'e:
Mcai.411 . ..
t'far.i;
I'ctnr , . .
S'ar.laid
oiloer Ja'ket
' 0
.
141
I" .
Treaaary llalrairal.
WASHINGTON. Aug 17 -Tne ditlc.n
of the treasury At 11,0 beginning ,,f p,,,i
maa tiHlay a as aa follows. 'J rust lunds
(told coin. $4.;9 4.9; diver doll-.ia y, yrri .
nut). llver dolu.s of v;. $4.ui,. ti,.Prfl.
fund: Standard sliver doliais 111 g.tieial
fund. 5.17a.4A. Current liabiiines. ... .! :.,
working balance in treasury off cea. f.n.3,1 .
57J; In banks to credit c,f tre-"i;rer of n,,
fnlted States, M.ali.rti, subetdiai aiUci
Wool Markei. ,
BOSTON. Aug. 17. WOOL The move
ment 10 the mills In the local wool market
continued very heavy, with no recession of
prices. Manufacturers were not quib
bling as to rules, but are taking on sup-plh-H
with apparent haste. The largest
dealings are still In territory stocks, al
though a good demand Is reported In other
lines, while good sales are reported In
pulled lambs' wool and the foreign product.
The week's business was near the record
and the largest In three yearn. The lead-
! tng domestic guotatlons range as follow:
I Domestic wool: Ohio and Pennsylvania
fleeces, XX, 35tt3ctc; X, 3Sfj4c; No. 1
washed, 40'g41c; No. 2 washed, 4"(f41c; fine
unwashed, S7'(i2ic; fine unmerchantable. M
ii.llc; half blood combing. S5a:tKc, three
rights blood, combing, 3Mi3c; quarter
I blood, combing. 34iiic; delaine, washed,
.THulUc; delaine, unwashed, ;Ua 34c. , Michl
Igau. Wisconsin and New York fleeces:
I Fine unwashed. &,i2ic; delaine, unwashed,
Ulvi:cc; hlaf blood, unn ashed, 340Ajc; three
eights blood, unwashed, i!4fr,;4af; quarier
I blood. 3j(i Kentucky. Indiana and Ml.i
ibouiI: Three-eights blood, 34c; quarter
blood, 3;"ii3Jc. Scoured values: Texas, flnu,
twelve months. 73cy7uc; fine six to eight
! months, tWiiTOo; fine fail, .leJitWe. Callfoi nla,
j northern. tif)'u;7; middle county, 634jtiGc; fall,
frfe. 50unJc. Oregon, eastern, No. 1 staple,
7at74c; eastern cleaning, oixafiac: vallev. No.
I. ''(11180. Territory, fine staple, 7TxjV7Kc;
I fine medium staple, v(i72c: fine clothing,
I tUwiriOc; fine medium clothing, 641)60; half
I blood. 674t9c; three-eighths blood, 64&,7c;
quarter blood. tSVutujc. Pulled, extra. 7ti&
1 74c: fine A. tWu-btic; A supers, 56c; A, 62c.
i. LUl.18, Aug. 17. WOOL Steady;
tinltoiy and western mediums. 2'u2jic;
fine mediums, 2cb24c; fine, l&si Inc.
Metal Market.
NKW YORK. Aug. 17. MKTA L8 Th tin
market was firm In tone, with sales re
ported of live ton for August delivery at
138 80 and five tons of spot 011 dock at
2 .!). closing quotations follow; Spot and
August, a.8(rf,ao ). October. JSv.Ooy.'W 10;
December, :i.(i; 7.-,. The Ixindon mar
ket closed steady, with spot quote 1 at 113
l'.s. and futures at 137. sales being re
ported of 170 tons spot and 330 ton futures.
The market for standard copper on the
metal exchange was quiet and no sales
were reported Closing quotations follow:
Spot. At:xust Slid Selilembei I, ' fif, ! Hi-
'October, November and December. l.'.7:4r
! I.LoO. London market closed quiet, with
spoi quoted at .9 7 6d. and futures at t'W
! 7s od. There were sales of SOD tons spot
lnii wJ tons futures. Local dealers quoted
pake at J13. U'Vn 13.37',-j; electrolvllc at 113 00
t 'ti 13 and casting at l2.7.'ij 12 87S. Lead
as quiet, but steady, with spot closing
1 at HJTVrfM 41. New York, and at 4.2.',n.
4STi. Kaat St. Louis delivery. The L011
idoti market closed at 12 lis Sd (Spelter
closed firm, with spot quoted at Sti6Bo.8o,
I New lor, and at (n tVi4i5.80, Enat Si. Ixiuis
delivery. The London market was un
1 changed st LT2 The Knglish Iron market
j was hiher at Mr i,d tor Cleveland war
i rants, locally no change was reported in
j iron. No. 1 fouudrv northern. llT So'iiKuu
No. 2. flT.OVlii;.:: No 1 aout hern and No. 1
I southern eoft at $17.7.rJp 18 25
! ST. LOI'IS. Aug 17 -METALfs-Lrad
I quiet at 84.30. Speller, firm at IS 8.',.
I Kllnaukff I. rain Market.
-nil. ai iKr: Aug 17. WHEAT No 1
noitt.ern, 11 ,n 2 notthein. 11.24. Sep.
I trmber. I'iiWo
j DATS-fic
I CiiliN nt,",c bid
I BAULKY- Samples hlinMc
Peoria .Market.
I PF'.iiRIA. Aug I7.--CORV H'gher, No 2
lell,,vt hUfiac; No 2. V: N. 2. SAUc.
, No 4 'to: it" grade.
OATS Lour;. No. ) white .'l,c. No !
wluie No 4 while, i'ti-. stand atd.
271
772
95
600
44
41
18
7
8H
147
2011
33
84
84
135
210
l.W
63
44
18
23
315
498
902
541
1.332
1R3
82
303
"237
?4
9t
11
Sheep.
648
1,928
2. 80S
1.564
7.965
Total 4.542 4.248 14.403
CATTLE Receipts of cattle looked very
small this morning as compared with yer
terday's large run. The arrivals consisted
mostly of rangers, but with a small sprink
ling of cornfeds. The market as a whole
was ill very satisfactory condition snd
pretty much everything In sight changed
hands in good season in the morning.
Beef steers of desirable quality were In
demand, and khey sold freely at price that
were steady to strong, as compared with
vesterdav. Thus, good cornfeds sold up as
high as 17.25. with good westerns bringing
$f.75. On the other hand. Inferior caul
were a little slow, but no more so than
might hav been expected.
The market on cows and heifers did not
show very much 'change. The demand was
very fair, and the offerings, as a rule,
were disposed of In good season In the
morning.
Thera was a good demand for feeders
end tha desirable kinds of weighty cattle
were strong, as high as $5.24 being paid for
quite a bunch of westerns. Light cattle
and Inferior and rough grades of all kinds
were a lttle slow, but still prices remained
abt,ut steady.
(quotation 011 cattle: Oood to cholc
cornfed steers. t6.90&'7.25; fair to good corn
fed steer, $,i.3ti;.0; common to fair corn
fed steers, $6.0iij .30; good to choice range
steers, $3.00(35.50; fair to good range steers,
14 &cjta6.00; common to fair range steers,
f l.75i2'4.50; good to choice cow and heifers,
$4.0uci5.2ui fair to good oow and heifers,
$3.254.00; common to fair cow and heif
er. 8 1.75civ3.26; good to choice Blockers and
feeders, 4.25i&5.55: fair to good etockers and
feeders, 13.7cxU4.26: common to fair stocker
and feeders, S3.OO01.75; stock heifers, 82.71x3
1.50; vea! calve. t3.5OlU7.00; bull, stag,
etc.. t2.75Q4.75.
Representative sales:
BK1SF STEERS.
At. Pr No. A. Pr.
...14S0 1 li
COWS.
... ill I 70 4
...Ill X 71 II
... 137 8 00
HEIFERS.
... ti t 80 C3
... 51 I 00 4
...640 lu ii
...781 i II
BULLS.
... 81.0 1 78 1 10 I 80
CALVES.
75 cow .
95 steers
H.
t cows..
23 cow
I! row 871 1 40
Tim Hyde.
8 cow :j 2 80
Land A- Weaver,
78 feeder.. 1193 5 00
1 steer 1130
88. steers.. .1844
44 steers. ..1320
E. H.
8 steer.. .1140
5 heifer... 534
South T'Skot
21 steers. ...1121
H Whit.
. ens I 88
111 4 7
M. Brlndley. South Dakota
.... 823 I fO 3 steer. ...IK
966 S 50
Uuv Caple. South Dakota
13 cows Sl
South Dakota
7 cow liM
Pouth Dakota.
5 steers.. ..1184
4 !S 1 feeder... 1110
WYOMINU.
8 V 11 steers. ...1310
5 75
Ionian, Wyoming
4 70 7 steers.... 7?5
1 15 S calves. ... 473
The Tolland Co., Wyoming.
86 cows 812 I 85 16 cows
V. T. Wolfe. Wyoming.
122 steer. . 1178 4 80
A. J. Covington. Wyoming
4 t
8 JO
J 40
3 3o
South Omaha 2 mm 4 aJ ie oal
40 St. Joseph son stiarj 8om
a 00 Sioux city l.rvv 2 8il
Kansas City K.i8 5 t1 7 0"t
t 7."i St Louts 7.'.1 I.IKrt 1.te
Chicago 4,0111 8.000 88.018I
S 5 Totals 36.400 33 XU 6S.IM1
8 2.
12 cows..,
88 steers.
13 cows.,
t steers.
4 steer.
8 cows. .
J.0 3 00
,. 907
.1376
835
858
8t"J
870
4 ST,
2 7T.
8 40
880 S 25
915 8 80 8 cows
A Johnson, Wyoming,
.lift 4 85 104 steers . ..1074
8 40 17 cow. .
4 5 2 cow. .
COIORAIxy
8 70 8 corns. .
S 25
HOUR Receipts of hog were disappoint
ingly small for a Tuesday. In fact. It
seemed more like a Monday's market than
anything else, as the run waa so small.
The quality was cyitt different from yes
terday. thre being a much larger per
centage of heavy hog on the packing
order today, where, yesterday it will be
remembered ther was only about one load
of heavy packers In the yards, all the rest
being 011 the .light or butcher weight order.
The demand.' both sl ipping and packing,
was good this morning, and with such light
receipts, pretty much everything changed
hands early In the forenoon. The prices
raid were fviilOc higher and the trade active.
Iiuyer did not appear very anxious for
rough heavy packer and undesirable load
of that description were rnther hard to
move and It was late before all of these
were cleaned up Oood light hogs sold all
the wav from 17.70 to 17.90, the latter price
belnr the ton for the dav. the highest since
August 7. Heavy hogs sold on down a low 1
as 17. 4 for those on tne pacsing oroer
Thus the bulk of all the nogs soici st 1
ifiT 75.
Representative sales:
cow. $1 (v,,4 no. feed' r. ilrtfl."', ear
ling. t.toryM on
1UR1S -Receipt. 2.400 head Mgrkat V:
higher, rang of pure, t; i)jf7.4; bulk of
17 4cvti7 ii
vales.
Stork In lghl.
Receipts of live stock st the six principal
western market yesterday were a follows.
Cattle
'.80 I
Na. At. 88 Pr. No At 8h. Tr
10 888 41 7 2 g tn . . 7 m
M I 1 ' 8S n 28 11 1 n
i ill 10 7 45 ;i it I2H 7 !
44 14 ... 7 8U to C"l ' 7
54 815 ... 7 hi n jo; n 1H
il US ... IMt M 240 40 7 10
i 177 ... 1 MS 71 SI4 ... J 2'4
SI S47 ... 1 8 S 74 Jl . 7 1
M 184 '88 58 T ... 1 "
4 itil 12 7 74 ?ll ... 7 5
4h 171 80 7 W 10 J?0 . . 7 8
M 287 M 2 88 J .ill 0 1 n
4 7 0 7 8f 411 11 K lid
tr. 271 t(W 1 W 64 281 180 1 i7',
m 21 ... 1 88 11 11 40 7 m
47 J"4 80 J 57 S 41 880 ... 7
71 140 40 7 10 M 24 . 7 fl
3b 1 ... 7 70 lid 27 10 7 4.1
71 U7 80 7 70 71 :m 4'l 7 (tn
88. 748 120 7 70 M 234 140 7 40
10.77. 41 . . 7 70 71 248 10 1 tl
8 141 188 .2 W SO 244 ... ISO
( M SO 7 7t'4 ! 172 140 7 !
70 208 84 7 15 .11 201 110 7 an
ii SH ... 1 78 44 iol 1.0 7 !
71 209 ... 7 78 il 874 40 7 1
7F. '8 130 7 7i l 8.11 . 7 4 ,
4 141 10 7 76 41 244 UK) 7 86
27 i.11 4,) 1 75 74 247 11 2 70
tO Ill 40 7 76 10 18 80 1 76
77 PIT al 1 l a 871 80 7 71
M) Ml ... 7 W 78 81i 181 111
77 1W M 7 SO
No.
84...
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SHEEP The bulk of yesterday's liberal
supplies changed hands before the close
of the afternoon session at prices noted In
yesterday's report. Only about five or six
loads were held over until today and these
writ moatly yearlings.
Today s receipts were normal, about
foity-one double-decks In all. The offer
ings consisted of both feeding stock and
killers, with only a small percentage of
lambs. Supplies were about evenly divided
b'tween thin and fat sheep.
Influenced by lower eastern advices, pack
ers started out ratner bearlahly this murn
nlng. Most bids, except on particularly de
sirable killers, were right around lOffl.Vc
lower. Salesmen ware slow In granting
concessions and It was well along In the
morning before anything of consequence
had clisnged hands. Feeder sheep, as well,
did not appear to command as strong prices
this morning as they have lately. Valui-s
1 011 some of th best grades her were Just
about steady, but medium quality stuff
I was not in very good demand and prices
on several sale were shaded. The general
I'.naiket on both feeding and killing sheep
is quotable at steady to a snaos lower.
One string of Montana wethers sold to a
fiacker for 14.45 and western yearlings real
zed $4-90.
Early rat lambs sales Indicated a HKffloC
lower market, but receipts were rather
limited and, of course, the actual condi
tion of the trade under normal supplies
Is Impossible to determine, one band of
young rangers brought 87.35.
(quotations on lat sheep and lambs: (looil
to choice cut lambs. 17.354! 7.85: fair to
good cut lambs, t6.7547.35; good to choice
yearlings, 85. Wgb.Jb; fair to good yearlings,
84 Sfvjjfi.lO; good to choice wethers, J4.26'j4.i0;
fair ti good wethers, 84. 0004. 26; good to
choice ewes, H.l.Jj4 40; fair to good ewes,
83.85ie4.15.
Quotations on feeder stock: Fair to
choice lambs, f5.50tj6.40; fair to choice year
lings, 84.otra5.3b; fair to choice wethers, )i.M
(4.25.
Representative sales:
28 Wyoming ewes
148 Western lambs, feeders ...
18 I'tah yearlings
24 I'tah ewes
303 Utah lambs, feeder
6ti2 Idaho lambs
332 Idaho lambs, feeders .
108 Idaho lambs, culls
71 Idaho wether, feeder ....
85 Idaho ewe
126 Wyoming wethers
247 Wyoming wether, feeder
636 Wyoming lamb
191 Wyoming laitiba, cull
36 Idaho awe
96 Idaho ewes, wethers
249 Wyoming yearlings, feeder
513 Wyoming yearling
248 Idaho yearling
lu
(3
1:1
110
1 00
3 30
I li
i
i 38
I 85
4 80
110
244
STOCIvEKS
i I 80
Ml 1 80
i7i I 10
m I 76
WESTERNS
I ...
8..
AND
8...
111..
I .
185
too
i 15
6 76
FEEDERS
883 S 71
I 86
121 IU)
-NEBRASKA.
10 row 846 2 70 lo heifers... MS 3 50
19 feeder.. 103T 4 40 10 heifers... 737 8 25
21 cows 922 8 25 6 calves.... 1h0 5 50
26 calves.... 256 3 75 21 feeders.. 952 4 15
18 cows 792 J 20 26 cows W7 J riO
9 cows 913 t 35 4 calves.... 162 5 7.".
30 heifer... 626 3 40 16 cows 517 3 35
16 cow 964 8 30 9 cows 3IC 2 85
12 cows 9S2 2 36 13 cows 994 3 25
13 cow 935 2 55 33 cow 903 S 30
27 cow 911 I 10
10 heifers... 628 3 00 13 cows 1010 I 15
12 heifers... 821 15 44 feeders. .1165 5 20
44 feeders.. 1147 6 20 4 cows 1145 S 40
1 bull 12I0 SOU 8 heifers... 728 S 30
heifers... 527 3 26 f calves.... 23 4 50
10 feeders.. 9U6 4 10 17 feeder.. 831 2 90
32 heifers... 562 3 16 5 feeders. . 430 3 50
11 cows 844 2 60 19 feeders.. 66 8 35
10 calves. ... 187 5 25 2 calve.... ITS 4 00
15 cow s 858 06
F.ggleston - Hill. Nebraska
30 heifers... 952 S 75
A. Preston, Nebraska.
7 feeders. .1079 4 70 10 cows 912 3 2i
J. A. Thompson. Nebraska
21 heifers. . 803 3 60 8 helfors... 9'.'9 3 20
H. Ormesher, Nebraska
23 cow s 932 3 30 42 teers. ...1017 4 60
W. Merchan'., Nebraska.
75 calves.... 193 5 25 6 heifers... 350 3 50
15 calves ... 2.',S 4 2n
George Stewart. Nebraska
19 heifers... 60 3 15 19 feeders. . 91 130
C. B. West. Nebraska.
25 cows. . ..926 J 50
J. W. Boyle Co., Nebraska
24 cows 921 3 30 3 calves.... 21 3 25
58 heifers... 20 3 ?0 26 cows H",7 2 75
7 cows 865 3 30 6 heifer... )
P. A. Yeast. Nebraska
48 cows 925 3 0 Ti steers ...U iO 4 60
24 steers.. .1240 4 35
7. (ioodwin. Nebraska.
14 feeders.. 1123 6 11 1 steer 1140 4 75
1 steers... 1201 3 'A 1 feeders. . sr. 8 V)
1 steer 1040 2 li- 1 steer 9n0 3 20
1 ralf l'lO 5 25 1 feeder... 610 3 35
.1 r Sibbit;. Nebraska
23 cows 80 2 40
I. Iletisn. Nebrssk
14 rows 9i 3 35 17 steers. ...1H47 4 Vi
2 cows 940 2 51) f. cows.... 1024 2 V,
3 steers ... M6 3 10
H Hier. Nebraska
3 steer.... 823 3 2.". 17 steers ...Ct, y)
SfU'TH DAKtiTA
65 steers ...1105 45 59 cow c. . t' 3 57
Hen Harrison. S.iu'h Dakota
- heif-r . l 3 l 2 H-i Ti. . 1 K
15 cow ij, 3 kl 1 cow sj i 10
228 Idaho yearling ,.
179 Montana wethers .
2S5 Montana wether
2X8 Montana wethers
342 Wyoming wethers
..112
.. 61
.. 89
..102
.. 60
.. 65
.. 64
.. 48
..114
..104
.. 93
.. 93
.. 67
.. 59
..102
..108
.. 87
.. 86
.. 92
.. 93
. 112
. 118
. 113
. Ill
4 16
6 26
4 00
3 7:
6 6o
7 25
6 80
6 66
4 40
4 10
4 25
4 20
7 40
6 35
4 00
4 00
4 90
6 15
4 80
4 60
4 45
4 45
4 45
4 00
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. MARKET
t'attlei Steady to Itrong Hoga llrong
to Tea testa Higher.
CHICAGO, Aug. 17. CATTLE Receipt,
4.000 head; market steady to etrong, steers,
85(iO'g7.ti5: cows. I3.60u.2d; heifers. 13 60(3
6.00; bulls. 871.00104 85; calves, 83.014. 75;
stocker and feeders, f3.7bcU6.16.
HOOS Receipts, S.0O0 head; market
strong to loo higher; heavy, f7.6o'08O6;
choice to light, f7.7yii8.00; light mixed. 17.50
67.80; butchers, 7.75uS.OO; packing. f7.2ta
7.60: pigs. fo.liOtf7.65; bulk of Sales, f7 50i
7.90.
SHEEP AND TA MBS Receipts 25.008
head; market, 10ft 2io lower; sheep, 14 3J
5.25; lambs, t6.2Cjj7.66; yearlings, fi.0OU5o0.
OM4IIA UEXKrlAL MARKKT8.
Staple and Fancy I'rndara Price rr.
titeaedl By Rarer aad W beleealer.
RL'TTER- Creamery, No. I. delivered to
the retail trade in 1-lb. carton. 27c, No.
L in 60-lb. tutis. 2,c; No. 2. In 1-lb. car
tone, 25o, In 60-lb. tubs, 240; packing stock
19c: fancy dairy, tubs, ilfyJiY; common
roll, fresh made, 18Q13VC. Market changes
every Toeeday.
EOOS rieah selling atock, candled, 21c
No stot sg' slock In Omaha markei.
CHEESE-"'neat Wisconsin full cream
twins. 15c; Young Americaa, 4 In hoop.
15Hc; favorite, 8 it hoop, 16c: dalsiaa, 20 In
hoop. loVic, crra.it brick, full caa. 15c '.
block Swiss. 16c; full cream Umburger, 18c
l'Ol'LTUY Broiler. 16c; alive, spring
l:lc. hens. 10Sc; cocks, vjc; duck. 8c:
geest, 8c; tuikeys, 18c; pigeon, per do.
66c; guinea few Is. per dos.. 82.80; squab
wr dos, 82. Dressed hen. 11c; springe,
18ii20c: cock. 6Sc, duck. 11c; ge. Utfrc;
turkeys. 22c
FISH Fresh caught, altnoet all are
dressed: Halibut, tic: buffalo. 8c; trout.
12c; bullheads. 14c; catfish, l7o; crapples.
siinfih. 6tic, black bass. 25c; whlteflah
13c; pike. l'.V; salmon. 14c; pickerel. 10c:
frog lege. S5c Fte-h fvoxen: Whlteflah, No
1. 10c; round 9c. pickerel, dressed nd
hesdless. 7c, round. 6c; pike, dressed. 10c;
round. 9c; red snapper. 12c: Spanish mck
erel, 18c; tis'lv mackerel 85o each
FRESH FRI ITS-Florlds pineapples. !
to 4Ks, f2.75 per ctate: grape fruit, 88 six,
per box. fS; 46 slie. $510, 64 le, $8; IS
nana, fancy select, fl 15it2 00; apple, home
grown, per bu. basket. 90c; market baa
k't 4..C.
BEEF CI'TS-Rlhs: No. I. lHe; No. I
12'tc. No. 3. He. Loin: No. 1. 18c: No. 2.
1:!Hc; No. 3. 9c. Chock: No. I. c; No. 2.
1'io; No. S. 4c. Round: No 1. c: No t
7'o: No. 3. 7c. I'laie: No. 1. 8c. No. 2. 4c;
Nil ". 34c
VEGETABLES-Kansas sweet potatoes
f2 75 per bbl. Celery. Mlchlgsn. 25c bunch:
smaller, fine Cabbage, home grown, 114e .
per lb. Wisconsin Red Globe onions, t
per lb. California entillflow er, 83 00 p'
crate. Tomatoes. Tennessee. 4 baskets. 8M
COc; crste. ft .00. Lettuce, per dot.. 30c Par
snips, turnips, carrots. 75c per dox Flor
Ida new beets, carrots, parsnips, lurnlpi.
etc . per dox.. 75o.
POTATOES New, 85c per bu.
HIDES No. 1 green, Kc: No I cured. l!c
8vallahle Supplies of trsln.
NEW YORK. Aug K.-Specis! csble anil
telegraphic cotiimunlcutlon recped bi
Uradst reels show the following changes In
avnilahle supplies. as compared with
previous accounts: Available supplies:
Wheat. I'nited Stales, east of Rockies. In
creased. 1,112,0110 bushels: Canada. Incr-ased.
174.0DO bushels: tot il 1'nttc d Stales end
Canada. Inerea-eil 1.2V8. 090 bushels; sflont
for and In Europe, decreased. 1.400.000
bushels; total American and European sup
plies, decreased. 114.000 bushels. Coin
I'nited Slates and Canada, decreased. 2;2 0 0
bushels. Oats. I'nlt'd State jui'l Canada
decreased. 108.000 bushels. The leading de
creases and lncreae reiMirted this week
lollow : Increases: Chicago, private ele
vators. 47,OH0 bushels; UniisvMlo. Il8.(ki
bushels; Nashville. fifi.Ono bushels: Ice
land. 64.000 bushels; Richmond. W 0 0
bushels; Newport News. 62.O0O bushrl.a. De
crease: Manitoba, ,'i9,iKiO bushels.
i
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 17. -COTTON - Sp .
market quiet, 5 points higher: uiid.tii.it;
lands, 12.80c; iniddllng gulf, 1 :.c.,c. mi
;19 bales.
Futures closed similar: Auaiisi. 1 ' :. .
September, 12.;4i:; (ictobcr, 12.2ic; No. in
Per, 12.28,': December. 12.2c; anli.t . '
12.26c; Februarv. 12.25c: .Ma.cn , ..
April, 12.27c; May, 12.28c.
GALVESTON, Tex., Aug. 17.-COTTO.N
Steady; lic.
NEW ORLEANS. Aug 17. COTTON
Spot firm, unchanged; middling. I2h-lc
sales on the spot, Uri bales; to arrive, lion
ST. lXJl'IS, Aug. 17.-CUTT(I.-Iu,i
middling. l2Sc; sales, none; receipt. I
bales; shipments, 205 bales; utocii i3 .o
bale.
Pblladelpbln Produce Markei.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 17. BI'TTEl!
rlrm; extra wtstein crcumei t, 2s a.
nearby prints, 30c.
EGGS- Firm ; Pennsylvania and ol.'n-t
nfarbv firsts, fee pnf,y i!.o u,
current recclnt In rinrnni,iA, ..a.,..
at mark; wesleru firsts, trie cases'. 2.,
al mark; current receipts, free cases 2...
24c at mark.
I'll K l-'.M I,'. irli-r,,- V....L, ..II ..
- . - - - . . . " i vi n ll.il eillll-
clcjlce, 16Sc; fair to good. M''(j 1414c.
Minneapolis Grain Markei.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 17. VVllEvt
September. 9tc; December. 96Sc; M,
fl.Oo'8; No. 1 hard, new, fl.lo; No. I n r.n
ern, new, $1.3tMal.40; No. 2 northern, it .ui
1.33; No. 3 northern, fl.20ijl.23.
SEED Flax. tl.44.
BRAN In 100-pound sacks, tiu.iVu.
FLOUR First patents, f6O0'u'6.20; s-10110
patent, 85.906.10; first clears. 14 9.KU-..2. ,
second clears, J3.35'a3.u6.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL," Aug. 17 -WHEAT-Spoi .
No. 2 red western, winter, nominal. Fu
tures, steady; September, 8 2d; Decem
ber, 7 8Ad; March, 7s 7Vi1
CORN Spot, new American mixed (vis
Galveston), steady at 6s S'td. Future
steady; September. 6s 3Sd; OcSber, 6s 44d
Coffee Markei.
VITVV TARlf 4hf IT rn war lets .... ..
- . ' , . - , . . , 1. u ui r-
closed quiet, net unchanged to 6 points
lower, bales were reported of 1.600 hag
Including September, 6.56c; December.
5.25c; July, 6 40c. Spot quiet; R,,,
No. 7, 7'j74r; No. 4 Santos. 8ti9c; rn'IJ
quiet; Cordova, IV4612c.
llnlnlh Grain Market.
DULUTH, Minn., Aug. 17 WHEAT
September. il.OUW: IW-emher luti,..
fl.OOS; No. 1 northern, fl.tfcis,' No. J nonh
vrii, fi.to'a.
OATS 40c, nominal.
Kansas Cltr Lira Stork Market.
KANSAS C1TT, Aug. 17 CATTLE-Receipts,
17,000 head, Including 2.000 head
southerns; market steady to 10c higher;
top, 27.60; feeders, weak; choice export and
dressed beef steer. 8cl.7iia7.tiO; fair to good,
J4 Hia6 50, western steer. fi.2&6 60; Block
ers and feeders, f3.0tyy6.0i); southern steer,
t'l.26M:70; southern cows, f2 5033.90; native
cows, f2.0O4t4 50; native heifers. J 2j( .V 25 ;
bull. t.l.lMi-.1 6:,, calves, 14 OOJfT.00.
HOOSRccelpl. 5,0(X) head; market atrong
to 5c higher; closed weak; top, f7.9v4; bulk
of sales. 7. 7017. ; heavy, f7.764y7.W; pack
ers and butcher. f7. 707 924; light, $7.9W0
7 90: pigj. f6. 25 7.00.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipt. 7.000
he.td; market steady to 10c lower; lambs,
In iH-iiT H6. yearlings. 4 75-yC 25; wethets.
$4 2u'e6.10; ew es. fJ.754.75; stockei s and
feeders, f2.76'j5.0O.
8l. I.ools Live Stork Markei.
ST. LOUIS, Aug 17. CATTLE Receipt.
7.900. Iiirludiiig 1,600 Texans. Market lower;
native shipping and export steers. fi Wit
7.3.',; dressed beef and butchers' steers., fr :
'ai 'M. steers under 1 0n0 lbs., I4.2i't Jti;
stuckers and feeders, f.1 50fi4 90; cows and
heifers. f3.2.Vii 60; canners. f1.7nCa2.25; hulls,
t2.2.Vu4 60; calves. f5 Z5'iii.50; Texas snd In
dian steers. f3.4njj 25; cows and heifers,
82 60(74 90.
HOGS Receipt. 7 0f0 head Market waa
stesdv; pig and lights. f6.2Va8 00. packer.
J7 7 ,1(7 'j; butchers and best heavy. f7 Wj
8 05
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipts. 10.000
head. Market lower; native mutton. 13.50
& 4 4Hi ; lambs, fii Dot 7.50; culls nd bucks.
f2.noii4.75; sd.ckers, f3 00'r3 76.
Si. Joseph Lire Stork Markei.
f-T. JOSEPH. Mo., Aug. 17. CATTLE -Receipts
3 One head, matket steady; steierr
t4 5Va7.i: low s and heifers, ,f2.5tsuuOU'
calves, f.1 flto7.00
I fi'jGS Receipts 6. 000 hesd. markei active,
strong 'o 6c higher; lop. f7 90. bulk of sales
17 70GC SO
SHEEP AND LA MPS - lieceipts 3 000 head
markei 10- lower; lanihs. I4"ii7 7ri
lloni City l.lrr So-k Market
Siul'.V CITY. la.. Aug I7--Ineci4l Tele
gram 1 CATTLE Receipt I Vl head.
Maiket steailv . becxts, f4 tl7 li, grar-
KUGEL AFTER -MESSENGERS
Alderman from the Tentk Want lo
Make Maaagrra Keapoaalble
lo Patron.
Councilman Kugel 1 working on an n
dinanre which la Intended to compel pei
ons In the messenger service business to
put up bond In th sum of f 1.000 to gnai
antee lose of article delivered. The coun
cilman believe that ther are a number
of Irresponsible peisons in th builness
and ha been Informed that several val
uable package have been lost. He con
tends that a man unabl to secure an In
demnlfylng bond In the sum of tl.ooQ should
not be allowed to operate a messenger ser
vice business.
BANK IS NOT BUYING BUILDING
Oiuauna .Sallonal Bolldlagj Company la
Healing; for the Sew 1 ork
Life.
Th Omaha National-New York Lid
deal remains as It was. The protpet-tu e
purchasers have put II October I to clo
on the option, and hav been giving II. 1
project little thought lately.
"If It should go through," ssid Vice Pii
Went C. F. McGrew, "pleaae be tarefu,
not to say that It is tha bank, which ir
buying the building. Th bank mill not
The Omaha National Building compani
will be the purchaser if Ihe deal goes
through."
WON FIGHT F0RNEW JERSEY
Post Department Commander Haaa
of Ibe 44. 8. R. lall II I
Staler.
I K. F 1 1 a ri 1 1 , pait department command
; of the Grand Army of the Republic; for the
'state of New Jersey, who ha been attend
ing the national encampment at Halt Iake,
Is Ihe guest of hi sister, Mrs. R 11. Bonn
Mr. Hann headed the New Jerean ho
! fought to get the nrxi m, ainuui, ,,1 si At-
laniic i'il.v and In fe. ling; Juhtlanl im-i (
, oil c earful Ie UiL