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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1915)
T11K BEN: OMAHA. TH17.?S1.Y. AITW'ST 12, 1!M."
llivn and Cottages,
STCt PACIFIC 7-r modem: will nut In
beet condition, $3.
11S Park Ave., 7-r., mod.. In fine cnn.li
1kn. AR.VHTROVO-WALSM COMPAXT.
Tyler lV,. State ItHnk tl4u.
TWO NEW lU'.N(AI.OVfl.
7 rooms each, stricllv modern and very
fine. 27.50 and $.. 1.V17 8. Iith St. Tel.
Red ISM or Tyler 112-J.
FIDELITY 8fhvcif TEE
Phono TVijjelaa rs for complete Hat of
vacant bouwt and apartments; also for
Itonit, moving, Idth and Jackson Pte,
RFTT tha Ontrat Furnftura Storea FRKB
GlobeVan & Storage
trrea. movM, pscks ahlpa; 8-horne van
and I men. 81.2S per fir.: at or ace tt per
mo. ftatlsfacllon guar. D. 4.WA A Tt. 8.
TTmisou C-relgh Bona A Co., Be biui
Aioubea ,B aT, nn) nf th f)ty
Gordon Van Co. S
n w. uth at. ti. n ww web.
TV J Van and .w.m
J- f T) y-. J P. Co.. moving,
. V. lYCcG Packing A storage
W Farnam, f. m
WE HAVE rod. led tt.fluO buildings since
1919. and never bad one struck. V
jliiarantee every Job. AMERICAN
I.IQHTNINO ROD CO.. 703 6. 16th St.
410 N. 22D., 10 room, modern, HO. .
2405 Cap. Ave., 7 rooms, modern. tX.
Iffi N. SOth, 4 rooms, $14.
RING WALT BROS., Brnndcls Th. Bldg.
FOR RENT 7-r. house. Phone Tyler IMS.
I-KOOM rottsga for -rent. Tel. Hiir. H,ln.
Mores at.d Ufftees.
LARGE modern store near noatofflce;
low rent. Q. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
Office on 17th St.
ONLY VACANT ROOM
AVAILABLE ON THE
Print tiffic Waiting Room
189 Sq. Ft. $18.60 .
The Bee Building
Offlc Room 103.
One Small Office
Good Location Fourth Floor.
Water and Electm Light. Free.
$12.00 Per Month.
The Bee Building
"The building that is always new."
' Office, Room 103.
WANTED TO BP
VANTED Reliable real estate company
to anil large tract of Texas land, sub
divided. Address Pox 36. interact, la.
WE pay Chicago prices for aluminum
crap casting. Paxton-Mltrhell Co. o
OFFF1CE furniture bought and sold.
C- Read. HOT Farnam. Doug. 14
HIGHEST prices lor old clothing. D.4714.
Tale our, everything 2ad hand. Web. 4W4.
dignity .jst-u nisu ana. uiaju U. MIT.
16 OR 20 acres food land close to uome
Nebraska town; quote price and descrip
tion. Addrosa Y 607, Bee. .
WANTED TO RENT
TWO business women want separate
rooms with board; reasonable dlHtunce.
Address, E 894, lies.
FARM A HAM II LANDS FOIL SALE
Uv Oak Colonies none better. W. T.
Smith Co.. 1.-14 City Nut. B. r. ail.
X HAVE for sale 160 acres of level land
in Morgan county, Colorado, can all be
irrigated; four miles from town. For
particulars addrees Chan. Phelps, Wei
HAVE rOU A FARM FOR PALE?
Writa a good description of your land
fend wnJ It to the bloux City, la.. Journal.
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Ma.
dlum." Twenty-five words, every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different days for U; or 50 words.
4. or tt words, to.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, a.Wl readers daily la four great
ARK TOU OOINO TO BUT LAND?
If so you should first get a copy of
the Farm and Real Estate Journal. It
Jas lands advertised i.i It from nearly
very state, so that you can find Just
what you are looking for in Its columns.
It keeps you Informed on land oppor
tunities in all parts of the country, gives
you personal help In finding land,
SSc today for a year's subscription, or 10o
for three months trial. It will be stopped
at the and of the time ordered. Farm and
Real Estate Jourinai. Tr-r. Iowa.
MINN, farms; low price, easy terms. Min-
GET out of the mud: com to west cen
tral llinuesota and see the bumper
crops grown with an unusual amount of
rainfall. Harvesting now under Ideal coiv
dltlons. Roads fine, inland Land & Loan
Company, Fergua Falls, Minn.
Farms For Sale "
. acres with good Improvements,
splendid land, 8 miles from Council
liluffa. 14 miles from Omaha, $110.
B40 acres, improved, extra choice al
most level land, $4 miles from railroad
town and Catholic church In northern
WILL tSKU, EITHER HALF OF THE
lABOVE SECTION AT THE SAME
loo acrea with good Improvements in
Washington county, Nebraska. f miles
from Florence; very productive bottom
land. Brings tl.OuO cash rent, SlIlVi.
46 .acres Ida bulldlnffsk. miles from
Omaha, l1 miles from electric car line,
paved road and small town: all level land
of finest quality, $:j0. This land is leased
to a neighbor fur $a per acre cash, which
Is the best evidence of its quality. Ordi
nary farm lands rent for from $4 to $.
1W acres, cultivated (no buildings), two
miles from palmyra, in , eastern Ne
' acres. Improved. Knox county, $40.
MOO acres, improved. Banner countv;
cne of the best ranches in Nebraska, $15.
40 acres at U per acre.
acres at Jil.W per acre.
640 acre at ilS.VJ per acre.
40 acres at $U 01) per acre.
2.600 acres. Improved, at $!5.
All In the north psrt of Kimball county.
Where th soil Is equal to eastern Ne
braska. That 112 50 section la nearly all
y"y land. CO acres ar broken out and
the land is partly fenced. It would bo
cheap at tlfi.
J. H. Dumont & Co.
41-ls Stat Bank Bidg. Louglas Wo.
A REAL good farm for sale:, 10 seres,
ludea, tiL Paul. Neb.; well Improved,
plenty of hay and alfalfa; this can keep
bead of Mock: wheat .average from 3o
to 40 bu. per acre; plenty fish and ducks
lo fchoot in seanon; must be sold to settU
Mtate. Price, $75 per acre. Owner, John
v.. LiitULk, St. Paul, Nsb. o
FHM A Rtrii ImW lie FOR MLK
FOU SAt.I-V-an srrcs, well Imrtoved. I
milos from Mrndow tlro-e, .rb., and
hss good soil; $I pT ncre; t.'.""" cash,
iHilaiice terms. Casper Tlieisen, tsnund.
FOR 8 41.K Beat large bodr hlsh-graae
medium-priced lnd in Nebraska; vory
Utile money required. C. Bradley. Wei
GET AROAUD OUR
SPECIAL CAR BOUND FOR
The Judith Bnsln. Montana, where you
enn buy rich new land thai will prixhifi!
?iHid i tops yearly and without Irrigation. I
ou will open your ees wide and lo
delighted if you take a trip with us audi
see the big crops, low railway rales.
ee us for tickets snci maps, now many
acres can you manager s m. II. Brown
Co.. 5 N. I nSiille St., t hlcngo a
ACR.KH i land in eastern Montana;
I'JO acres broke; fine for wheat or llver
Allien isrmiiia, irii, i i ,mi-m.
sprlnK water; near school house; Slt miles
from station. Write J. Uuth. Marmarth
N n. '
18H-ACRE farm. $12 per acre, KO cash and
$20 ner month; no Interest: rich soli;
fine land; pure water, good title. Writs
W. T. Tours. Jr.. Kimball. Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARM LOANS, PER CF-NT.
TO L A ND A TP.CM BULL, 448 Bee BMg.
iitvTTO ?10,0P0 made promptly. F.
wead, wead hk. ixtn and I' arnam ta
CITY and firm loans. , KW. ( per cent.
J.H. Dumont A Co.. 41 State Bank.
WANT EJ Good farm and city loans at
PETERS TRPPT CO.. 1KJ2 Famam.
C1TT property. Large loans a specialty.
W. II. Thomas. uCH State Bank Bldg.
MONET on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. Clt y Natlona I Bank Bldg.
SEE us first for farm loans In eastern
Neh. Lnited States Trust Cc. Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C. O. Carlberg.
810-11 Rrsndds Theater P.ldg.
WANTED City and farm loans; lowest
rates. W. a. Templeton. Cot Be. T. 2010.
REAL ESTATE; FOR EXCTIANGK
FOR EXCHANGE Clear corner lot, x
140. Lowe's add., Omaha, for good flve
passenger automobile. Address Y 6fil, Bee.
OMAHA residence pnqierty exchange for
cioux vity property. Box t. Bloux city.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Three Blocks From
This is the choicest, close-in and bent
Improved property svallable at this time.
The whole tract lies high and very
smoothly. Every foot can be worked.
Improvements consist of a large entirely 1
modern house, fine barn and tool house,
beautiful large lawn and a fine grove of
large shade trees around the house. This
place has its own water system. Two
blocks from paved road.
Would rather sell for cash; but would
consider some well located city property. I
Hiatt-Fairfield Co. i
230 Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 49S.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
24th "& Manderson
Seven rooms, hot water heat, quarter
sawed oak. East front, corner lot, pav,
lug paid in full. Best bargain on the
North Hide. House alone could not be
replaced for less than $4,600. Practically
new: Newly painted on outside and
newly decorated within. Jt's a snap. See
for yourself. Our sign is on the property.
4trmstrong Walsh Co.
Tyler 153C. State Bank- Bldg.
In our new addition In Parkwood, 739
North 21th St., we have a new five-room
bungalow tliut Is up-to-date in every
rcBj.ect. It is 21x40, with full basement.
oak finish. 0-n for inspection today.
Take North 24th St, car to Miller park,
then three blocks north.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Doug. 4270.
SEVEN-ROOM DRlcK HOUSE
IN KOUNfZB PLACK
Hot water heat, corner lot 112x121; lots
, W. H. OATES,
S47 Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 12U4.
Vacant lot 00 ft. south frontage on
Bristol St., Just east or 2K22 Bristol St.;
lot is on grade Just rendy to oulld on;
sewer, water and gas In street; paving
all vaid for; $UO0; terms to suit purchaser.
C. 0. CAULBERQ,
312 Brandels Thester Bldg. o
BI.'NUALOW 6-room, modern, new and
up-to-date In every respect, 22d and
Ames, Oak Chatham addition. Web. 4ZX.
A Good Buy
Fine four-room cottage, with four full
alxed lots; plenty of fruit. In a good
neighborhood, near 34th and Maple bts.
Can bo bought on easy terms.
Scott& Hill Co.
Douglas 1009. 107 McCagu Bldg.
has oak finish in three
sun room, beam ceilings.
bookcs.es, window seat, fine large kitch
en, with convenient pantry and les box
room; furnace heat; cemented basement;
fine lot. paved street, close to car: lo
cated near 19th and Laird streets. Easy
terms, or lot taken as first payment.
10S McCague Bldg.
Not Far Out
Tarlor, dining room, with colonnade
oienlng, library, with large sliding door,
all three rooms in oak, large kitchen.
nice iront oeorooiii and bath room on i
first floor ;two nice bed rooms and store
room on second fioor. Entire house nicely
decorated: fine lighting fixtures. Entirely
modern, including first-class furnace.
Built honestly throughout. 1'aved street,
south front lot. Near Sherman Ave. car!
school, stores, etc. This Is a splendid
property and can be bought right.
Scott & Hill Co.
Pouglas 1000. 807 M.'Cagu Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL PRAIRIE PARK, grass,
shrubs and trees giving splendid shadi
and uniformly distant from each other, all
In now. not promised for future year.. Pav
lng taxes paid. No sheds, alleys or d!
agi'M-ablu etivlrcninents. On car lines,
near schools snd churches; five new houses
cuinuleted. or neat lug completion. Can ba
! sold on easy payments to reapun.tM. par
I ties. Keys at mv residence. B. J. fccaiwoli.
' f none Doug. or eb. J01L
BEAUTIFUL 7-room bungalow, strictly
modern; corner lot; aaciiilca for quick
, sale. 4uU Grand. A.ve. 1'hou. Webster 9-'7.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Market Active, Old Wheat
Gaining Two Cents and New
Wheat One Cent.
CORN MARKET REMAINS FIRM
OMAHA, Aug. II, ISM.V
The mtv at market was fnlrlv tu t.s-e
tolav. Did wheat mlvsnod 1 ,-r-nls while
the new showed a Bain of a Cent a bushel.
i up iteinanil tor both old and new wneat 1
whs gool and wns surruient to take te
of the licht receipts. Old wheat continue
lo command a suhet.'tntUi preinlum oer
(Vrn nveipts were light and there was
a pretty fair demand for that grain. The
inarKct was firm, selling from V to c
tat receipts were fall', but there was
not much of a demand for that certal. !
The oats market remained unchanged.
Many rviairts are coining from Iowa.
regarding the oats situation In some 1
no tions some of the cn.p will never he 1
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
of Sale of Lots in
6th and Dorcas Sts.
Only o5 lots and wo intend to
soil ull by Saturday night.
The last bunch of choup lots
American Security Co.
17h and Oouglas Pts. Douglas M.',.
Field Club District
brand New Home
M2 Mason St., one block norm of Field
club, a brand new home bunt oc tirst
cias materials and by A-l workmanship.
Has five iarao rooms and nam on first
fioor; size of building 24x4; full basement
and laige floored attic. Living room,
dining room and front bed room finlsned
In oak, rear lied room In white enamel.
All floors, except kitchen, central hall and
1 . . 1 1- . . . 1. ... .. .. .. I nnii,,u,4
urlii rouiii. WI111W 4fl WBru CtllU 1
Colonnade opening with bookcases biwi
tween living room and dining room and :
beautiful buffet In dining room. The best I
of plumbing and heating piant. Textile I
snlngles used on roof, a material that will
last a lifetime and reduces fire insurance
ruiu V mnnpv imr Itnlnx snared to niilhl
this house right, and the purchaaer will
uet the benefit of
our cxix-rience and
knowledge of building xood houuea. A
critical examination is invited. Price
$4 2t0, on reasonable terms. Key at my
Fred W. Shotwell, .
3T4 Omaha Nat l Bank BltlgollKlia.
REAL ESTATIWWEST 8IDB"
Near Sauuders school and cathe
dral; east front, corner, 60x125;
nearly new; full 2-gtory square.
Price cut 10 per cent from (3,900 for
Immediate sale; $300 cash, balance
$35 monthly and Interest.
O'Kecfe Ileal Estate Co.,
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Doug. 2715. o
BUNGALOW for aale cheap; terms.
Leaving city. Phone Walnut 436
A Large Corner
West Farnam District
Only $625.00 Only
This price Includes sidewalks, sewer.
wster mjiln and m. nutn: lot Is lv.
and on the exact grsde. ana on solid
ground; surrounding property restricted
to moderate-crlcea homes.
Shuler & Cary
202-201 State Bank Bldg.
Choice South and
$5 Down $5 Per Month
No Interest, No Taxes
For Two Years.
Near Good Car Line
These lots are high, affording, a splendid
view; they are practically level and on
grade and are splendid lots for building
Phone us for full particulars.
Salesmen and autos at your service.
Shuler & Cary
Phone V. 4233., 204 State Bank Bldg.
REAL EHATK INVESTMENTS
tixl 33 feet, on Harney fit., east of 22d
St.. brick Improvements, almost new,
paved street, paved alley, good tenants,
full de.cr.pt ion. price and terms on appli
cation. This Is an exceptional chance to
get a downtown business lot that will
double in value In a few years.
J. H. Dumont 8c Co.
416-1 State Bank Bldg. Doug. W).
FuH KALE or rent, trackage building,
lltll and Seward. KxK. Apply 1U4
REAL ESTATE SUBIRUAX
SIOHTLV suburban bum, with five
acres; bearing fruit, all kinds: modern
poultry houses; garage; only 8 blocks to
city mr line, school and churcn. Web
REAL ESTATE MISCELI,AM0Oi;B
Some Cheap Ones
Lots 6. 7, 23 and 25, in Block 4, your
Lots jf and 18, in Block 6. your
All In Saunders k Illmebaugh's Addition
to Wslnut Hill.
Sewer, water and gis In and paid for.
Two havo brick sidewalks also.
The owner Instructs us lo sell this prop
erty. Bee It at once.
A. P. Tukey & Son
Phone Ix ug Vt. 1607-8 W. O. W. Bldg o.
4J,0u0 CIJrtE 1 N (V-room cottage, all
modern: sleeping porou; paving paid;
nice shade. Terms.
ULOVER SPAIN. Douglas 3963.
RKAIi ESTATE VACANT
FOR SALE At a bargain 2 lota located
between lui and ltd on Corby St. aach
lot. buxlA ft. $7U for both Call S-'lS
Corby ., or phon. Web. $106. o.
rut iin.l the complaint as to quality are
tirly gneraL. not only in la. but la
hhiw ut Hie other stales.
Clearances were: Wheat at1 floie
equal to UU,0u buKhels: corn, I7.0UO bush
els U-erpool spot: Wheat, ld higher,
'orn, timhangHl to Id hlgtier.
Primary wheat receipt were Lisi.WO
bushels and shipments ti4A.0iD bilmliels,
.'iglnst receipts of 2.OC000 Ittishels and
slnpnMnta of LKsi.oM bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were Slu.0 bush
els and xlilnmenla 477.000 bushels, ssalnst
rvents of 4l0.(, bushels and shipments
of ;.;-.") bushels Isst vi.
Irlmary oats reeelnts were JkB.OOO bush-
els and snlpmenta ?.',( bushels, ssalnst
reivipta or i.mi.iui bushels and sn;pmenia
or m.otv bushels last year
Wheat. Corn. tals
These cash sales wer reported today:
Wheat: No. 1 hard winter: U car (old,
11.40. No. 1 hard winter: 2 cars (dark),
Jl H csr. $1.1(1; T cats. IMS. No. 4
hard winter: 1 car (old). $l.Sft; 1 car, $1.11;
a car. $1.10; S cars. $1.09; i cars. l.rtS: 1
car, $107; 1 car. $1.05. No. I aprlng: I car.
'11.14. Sample: 1 car. Me; t car. 7c: I car.
ISfiC. Com No. 1 white: R-8 car, 7oCjc. No.
1 2 white: I cars, ToUjc. No. .1 white: 1 car.
No. I yellow: I car, 7Se. No. J yel-
low: 1 2-6 csrs, TftUe. No. 6 yellow
tc No. 1 mixed: 1-C car trc.
mixed: 1 car, 74-Vc; 1 car. 74Hc.
mixed: 1 car. 74c: t car, 74-c.
mixed: 1 car. 74Sc. No. mixed:
1 car. 7So. Sample: 1 car. V.
No. J white: 1 car (new and old).
car (new), 42c. No. 4 white: a-.
car. 49 2 cars (new), V. Sample: 1
far, fxic; I car, 4!We; 1 car (new), S7e; 1
car (new), 3ti''. Barley Rejected: H car,
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3
turkev. tl.lxu 1.4V. No. S turkev, 11 IMA
1 40: No. 2 hard. ai.1Mrl.40: No. & hard. II. I&
ft1.n: No. 4 hard, !l.044r1..: No. I spring,
$ 1. 40111. 45; No. 3 spring. fl.S7il.42. Corn:
No. 1 whit. 7.'H4i7r,iv: No. I white, 74S4
7i"ic: No. 4 white, 7414i74r: No. ft white,
74li.T4e: No. 6 white, 7"M-t74o; No. 2 yel
low, 75-r4"f. : No. 8 yellow. TftV'rttHc;
No. 4 yellow, 74i7ut4c; No, 6 yellow, 74t.
4i75c: No. yellow. 74!(fi74c: No. 2 mixed.
j 74Mr7tc; No. 3 mixed. 741i741c: No. 4
nuxeit, itHi(M,r ko. mixed, iva i'w, ,no.
mixed, 73-'(i7Sc. Oats: No. 2 white. 42
fi4?c: standard. 42'iir42U.c: No. 8 white,
414M2c; Nil 4 white. ."SMic;. Barley:
Malting, Wil74c; No. 1 feed, WfWc. Rye:
No. 2, W!SiV2c: No. S, 90tilc.
CHICAGO URAIM AD PROVISIONS
Feat area of th Trading; and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
I CHICAGO, Aug. 11. Reports that the
r rencn government had nougnt iw,wi
barrels of flour at Minneapolis caused
sharp advances today In wheat prices
here. Bullish sentiment was tncresaed by
assertions that estimates based on the
government crop report were lOO.OOO.OjO
bushels too high. Prices closed unsettled,
He to ltilTc above last night. Corn fin
ished 4c to SW-re up and oats with a
gain of c to lS'irlVri'. In provisions the
. . , ... 1 1 1 . .. . I,
r,"f "f- . . . . ,
t nt'l news came of the big purchase of
""r'r Prance the wheat market her
had been for the most part on the down
grade. Almost simultaneously the trade
was confronted with a statement of a
leading authority that owing to continued
rains I-1 to ," per rent of the winter crop
acreage in eight leading states had been
abandoned outright. Strength In corn was
cnlefly owing to sympathy with wheat.
VVtt weather formed the principal reason
that brought about the oats advance.
Provisions failed to keep pace with
higher quotations for hogs. New out
breaks of the foot and mouth disease In
Illinois seemed to make traders Incline to
Futures ranged as follows:
Artlclel Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes y
heat I I I
Sept. 1074I 1 10i4 107U 1 ORS 1 7
Dec. 1 07'i 1 K 1 07 1 09 V 1 W
Sept. 76 7T.V 7& 74H
Dec. 64 64H 3i MSI M
Sept. Si. 41 3D 41 1 SDV,
Dec. 40 j 4114 40 . 41 ST
Pork I I I
Sept. 13 92Vxj 14 00 I IS So 13 Km 13 R7V4
Oct. 13 06 I 14 12ttl 13 rVi 13 B2SI IS 7Vk
Lard 1 I i I
Hept. 8 10 I 8 IS ) 8 024 02H 15
Oct. 8 17Vi 8 22HJ 8 V 8 07H. 20
Sept. 9 25 0 26 ) 06 1K 20
(K-t-l 17HI 9 20 I D0C4 074 15
4'hicago Cash Prices Whest: No. 2 red,
11.164'SrUWs; No. 2 hard. $1.23tiH.2. Corn,
No. 2 yellow, 8mt2'c; others, nominal.
Onts, No. 3 white, new, 49tffic; No. S
white, old, 6iMj60c; standard, 2c. Rye,
No. 2. $1.06. Barley. TL'i!3o. Timothy.
$.'..50iT.(V). Clover. l.liofi.U 25. Pork, $13.80.
1 srd rjw,. Ribs, $a.7&i'ft.IS.
Bl'TTER Higher; creamery, aOfaHc
EJU8 Higher: receipts, 13.332 cases; at
murk, cases Included, lk$rl7tc; ordinary
rirsts. l51A,,'1tiMic; firsts northern stock,
17W1Sc: firsts, southern stock. 1fiV''0l7c.
IMTATOEH steauy; receipts. z, cars;
Virginia, barreled, $1.60; Jersey, bulk. 67
higher; fowls, 13'sc;
NEW YORK fcE.RAL MARKET
Quotations of the Day on Various
NEW TORK, Aug. ll.-FLOUR Firm.
WHEAT Spot, strong; No. 2 red. $1.23,
c. 1. f. New York; No. 2 hard, ll.aoVi, c. I.
f. New York, to arrive; No. 1 northern.
Duluth, $1.18, and No. 1 northern. Man
itoba, 11.11, c. 1. f. Buffalo, Futures were ,
firm; September, $1.19. I
CORN Spot, strong: No. ! yellow, BOe,
lake and rail. August shipments. ,
OATS Spot, firm; standard, 6Sc: No. I,
white, 67"c; fancy clipped white, 89tfj73.
HAT Firm: prime. $145; No. 1. $1,404
1.46; No. i. $1 3UU1.36; No. 8, 11.22; ship -
HOI'S steadier; state, common to
choice. 1C14 crop. 94H3e: Paclflo coast. 1914
crop, 12(fil5c; 1913 crop, sllc ,
1 1 i I'r.i". w uiei , xjugoia, arQ'iic, ven
tral America, 2e.
LEATHER Firm; hemlock, firsts, 32o;
PROVISIONS-Pork, steady; mess. $l.50
fri17.U); family, t20.0wi21.00; short clears,
$19.k& 20.60. Beef, steady. Lard, firm;
middle west, $8 1 .".(US 26.
TALLOW Quiet; city, ttsc; country,
Sntib'ic: special. Hie.
BUTTER Weaker: receipts, 12.7KS tubs;
creamery xtras. 2(uTikc; firsts, 2tfc;
i.' , i , : J 1.' I r-, - ..n.l.,1 1 1 Ml .
fresh gathered extras, cl'vyi;
firsts, 21W23c; firsts, 19Vo!lc; seconds,
CHEESE-Irregular; receipts, l.LKl Bulk of the killer hogs sold at ths nar
boxes; state whole milk, fresh flats, row range of $ii.60u(.M. The failure pf
colored, specials, UPW14c; do white, 1SM! ' Hg-hts to show ths asms uplift as butch-
rvic; ao colored, average fancy, Y3p
13'c: do white, llSe.
POULTRY Alive, unsettled; dressed,
quiet; western frosen roasting chickens,
mt'Hc; fresh fowls, iced, l&cH7c; fresh
turkeys. Iced, 16tjlc.
Minneapolis tlrala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 11. WHEAT
September, $1.074: December, 11.06; No.
1 hard. H.63S; No. 1 northern, tl.42V.yi
FLOUR Unehsnged, except second
clears reduced to t:tl0.
CORN No. 8 yellow. RVSutCPo.
OATS No. S white. WW&'Mc.
.... : . . t
Kenans citr iram ana rr.Tiii.ai.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Aug. 11. WHEAT
-No. 2 hard, tl.231.; No. 1 red, 81.18
bl.h; September. $i,W'4; lecember, ti.07;
CORN-No. 2 mixed, 14c; No. S white,
7iic; September. 72lD73c; lecembera
fO',c: May. etc.
CORN-No. 1 white. (14$2c; No. t
at. Itnls Grain Market.
BT. IM'lH. Aug. H.-WHTCAT No. t
red. $1.17Kfcl 20f4; No 8 htrd, nonil al; Sep
tember. $l.0; Decern her, $1.0hi.
CORN No. 2, 7sHc; No. 8 white, 79'4
so'.c; BcptemlK-r, 74Tc; December, MVtP
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
NEW YO?lK, Aug. 11. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prunes snd peaches,
quiet. Apricots, firm. Raisins, steady.
Liverpool Uraln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. II WHEAT Spot,
No. 8 Manitoba, Us 7d. No. 1 northern,
Dulath, lis 7d.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Moderate and Trade
Fairly Actm at Steady Pricea
Sheep Are Weak.
HOGS STEADY TO TEN CENTS UP
OMAHA, Aug. 11. HIS.
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Official Monday ....
Official Tuesday ....
Thive days this week.H.24
Sam days last week..ll.i
Sam days 1 w ks. ago.. s.TVi
Same days t w ks. ago.. I2.7fc'i
Sam days 4 wks.
Same days last year.. H.134
4 1. ioj
Ths followlmt table shows th average
pile for hogs at the South Omaha llv
stock market for the last few days, with
Pat. I tint 1414 iimi .iii "iil.UHO.'lM.
l I M I M I Hi I 2 i t?
t I S4i t TT t ' t ffll 1 t
I t MJ k T7 T 471 t M I 1
Tf I I
KM T 671 4ft I J7 Tt
I 41 I l
I T K 11 T 4
July 2S. MUI t 3i ) I t 4, til T SI
July s:i. I fNV sr, t h7 T S C7l 7 ; 7 2!
July ). B! t V) I M T s7l I T III 7 M
July 11. 1 4"'v, s 46. S Ml 7 n t
I S 29 B fc.11 T Till IU II
SOS! I 4K, 7 8f.l l 7
) I I 041
i4)', 7 ni 431 1 6 Wli 7 7) 7 M
4.': 7 70 t tl I ftl T 04j T 7 M
V, 7 8&! 171 7 !K 17 71! T M
1 S I H f'Jl Wl 7 ' 1 W I T t
I I 14: i It 7 Ml 7 2J! 7 i
R?Si II 7 sit, 7 I7 7 7i 7 49
ft- 90 7 Ml 7 2:l 7 HI I 7 41
I (Hi t M' I 7 21i 7 Kl 7 34
1 iJI n ill It) I tr
Rncelpts and disposition of live stock
at the I'nlnn Stock Yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-lour hours ending at S p. m.
iMtlln ll.ttra D1.MII li e's
., at. anu hi. t"
C. N. W.. east
r. 12 't
20 C t .
4 H .. ..
IK 10 t 1
"is; ii (J 1
N. W., wwit.,,,
St. P.. M. O .
14. & q., eaat....
M. y., west...
It. I P., east.
IC 1. Ai P.. west.
C. O. W
Cat t,e. Hogs. Shcrp.
Morris & Co
Bwlft ft Co
Cudahy Packing Co....
Armour & Co
Schwarts & Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co....
So. Omaha Packing Co.
Cudahy, for country,..,
W. B. Vansnnt Co
Benton, Vansant ft L. .
K. B. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co
Mccreary at Kellogg..
Werthelmer & Dvgcn..
1 Mo., A Kan. Calf Co....
Huker, Jones &c Smith..
Other buy eis
Totals 2.W7 7.400 8,700
CATTLE) Receipts of cattle werjs very
moderate only 84 cars being reported In.
Other points, however, were quite llber
'fally supplied, some markets, notably
Chicago, navlng sufficient run to render
the, opening market weak to lower.
Beet steers wer in very fair demsnd
and the market generally aleady with
yesterday so far as the general run of
heavy cornteds and westeri, ranre beeves
was concerned. Yearlluga have been in
very plentiful supply this week and buy
ers have loaded up heavily on that kind
of cattle, with the result that the year
lings were a little slow and weak tnls
Cows and heifers were in good demand
and sold freely at prices that were a lit
tle stronger than yesterday.
(Juotatiuns on cattle: Uood to choice
yearlings, $) uHfl.Sf; fair to good year
lings, $7.jru!).ui; good to choice heavy
beeves, $9.26ij9.KS; fulr to good cornfod
beeves, $X.ttiitJ. JG; common to fair corn
fed beeves, 7.2.yS 65; good to choirs fed
heifers, 7.0tu W; good to choice fed
cows, tfl.6n4ti7.26; good to choice grass
heifers, t Go.OO; good to choice grass
cows, 86.2b(tr&7S; fair to good rows $...&0J
(.00; common to fair ows, $3.'rjf6.60; good
t choice feeders, $7.6Vy1I.W; fair to good
feeders, t!.&or7.60; common to fair
stockers, .504T.60; stock heifers, $S.7UJ
160; stock cows, $o.riO4l'S-00; stock calves,
veal calves. 7.(tf lo.oo; fat
bulls, stags, etc.. ft gtXfl.U.
A v. Pr.
..M0 T OS
..ion T M
. .IIM M
..1IM i SO
..104 t 00
fcU'c.ltrt ANi Ha.l'e.lin.
11M I M 11 ,
(44 13 2
V I 7 7
720 . tt 11)...,..
71 I M it
7JU t oo t
7H ( M $1
771 ( U
Bli I M i.
1US t 7 1
I1D N 1
1U I M 1
B7t I 44
, 674 44
KM 7 Ht
, TX T Is
....141 I 71
....IMS t 19
130 ID OS
HTOC. Erte, ANi KBEUfcKa
70 5M ( HI IN
Bit! t SO 4 IIS T S
7U3 m ( MS T
IH4 ( M I IS IK
HOUtt Receipts Wer about the same
ss on, Tuesday, some IK cars, or 7,600
head, making up the day's supply. Total
for the three days is 19.(61 bead, being
l.DoO smaller than last week and 12.6uu
short of two weeks ago, but a (.000 gain
over last year. This veek's run Is th.
smallest sine, four weeks sgo. when
only 13,734 head ahowed up during the
first three days of the week.
Shipper, bought f slrly laterally, con
sidering the size of the auppllea and while
they ware willing to pay a full dime ad
vance for mixed and butchers, good lights
did not look much better than steady.
HeversI loads of good lights reached $7.4
ibtit nnthina sold over that figure.
era and heavies has resulted In a notice
able narrowing of their rang. Packing
boss are selling fully too higher than
last week's close, while good lights do
not look to be any more than strong to,
st the outside, a dime above last Sat
urday. Representative sales:
Na A Sh. Pr. (i Ml W 4 71
' 7 179 ... 4 N. At. sn. Pr.
W 1.1 s ( 4S 42 11 4 7
.1 KM ... 4 44 i M M ( k)
14 124 ... ( 4 0 Ml ... I M
11 JKO R H 77. Ill ( M
6 lot SO ( M H 1H0 SIN
; tk ' 124 ( SO 74 t2i IS ID
. 14 110) 44 ( V M ... T SS
IM Tin fcS t 44 Kl 124 S 111
; (i tu & 7:. 121 to f It
I Jl H ... S 70 40 II. B 1
il'.' '.21. ... 4 10 14 IX ... IW
SHEEP Sumilles moderated a good bit
this morning, but at that there waa a fair
Wednesday run her, soma torty-two cars.
or 11. 'UO head, showing up. Of these ten
cars were billed direct to a paa.r. lotai
run for the first halt or tne weea is
4X. head, as against 87.493 fast week,
19..39 two weeks sgo and -'.6-i a year
ago. Th. supply lor tns weeg to oats
Is th. heaviest elnca lb. last week of
Yesterdays trad, wound up a little
stronger, a flv.-csr string of Ismbs going
to a packer at so on tne close, i nia
waa a dime above th. earl killer top for
rangers. This morning, with a more
moderate run, packers were still In a
beaiish mood, and mads their early bids
on a 104 l6o lower basis. Hellers thouxht
steady prices would be about th. rig la
thing, and as no on. seemed to b. in
much of a hurry to trans it was late
before much of anything was done. One
car of lamhs sold early to a shipper
buyer at to 7i. but this could hardly be
tuken as any criterion
Quotations on sheep and lambs: I .smb.,
good to eholi-a. tw 7.(1 w lainbs. fair to
good, $H.Gi(t.i6; lambs, feeders, 7.6uu25;
yrarlliiits, iair to chol. e. $i i'7.0': weth
ers, fair to choice, $o.7.Vtl4.J6: awes, good
to choice, cwea, fair to good,
171 Idaho lamt
40 Nrhrasks Ismtui
Idahn Israha ,
i'Li Idaho lamlts ......
174 Idaho Isinhs ....
.. lds lamia
:ll Idaho yearlings .
X M joining Ism u. .
, I on
s..aasa Pf fO
a w Has VS l tsO
(lllr4.t-4 LITR STOCK MARKET
t attle 1 nwtle4l . lings Dtpssf
CHICAOtX Aug. IL-CaTTLK Rm-eints.
1H.0I4) head; market unMUsd; nattvw Iteef
cattle, tn.loollo.Jfi-. westen ste-rs, $B.7Vn
); cows and heifers, JMORraiO; calves,
IHsJ-Iterelpis, 17.0rt) head; maiket
mi rang. 16 to 36 cents higher: bulk. W cur
7.26; light r.iai.SS: mixed. aV4Un,.;s;
hea--, $.3f;.26; nxigh, t(.t(4m.; pigs,
SHEEP AND IwMBV Receipts, 1H.000
head; market weak; sheep, OOuSJO;
la mil, t;.0wi JR.
at. I.anla I.I. Itsek Market.
BT. 1IJS, Aug. 11. 'JkTn.l'-Re-celpts,
,: heed; market higher; native
beef steers, T.fcmrfl16; rows snrt heifers,
tiOC4fIOiO, stiMkera and feeders KV
8 26; aouthern steem. $6.26it1l.; natlvn
HOtlet Iteceliitn, 6,100 head: market
higher: Hgs and lights, fllil.; nilxd
and butchers, t7.6fafT.10; good heavy, $176
U ICr?l AND I .A MB8 -Receipts, 2.400
head: msrknt Mewdv; sheep and ewes,
$4.60tr7.2i; lambs. $g.ootiaax
Kansas City Live grock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 11.-7ATT11-Re-etpts,
7,iX bead; market steady;
stockers and feeders Weak; prime fed
steers, $!).60ni.r: dressed be.f steers, t.'0
KiO.M); weelern steem, t704r9.96; Blockers
and feeders. trt2bfa.26; bulls, $6.iWjt,78 ;
caWes, $)t. OOdi 10.36.
SHKKP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4 900
head; market weak; lambs, tK.tiVfixi.);
yearllnga, M.7tU7.X; wethers, $.. 404.00;
at. Joseph 1,1 v. stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Ana H. BATTLE Re
ceipts, l.ttio head; steady to 10c higher:
steers, t7.otMrlO.oo; cows and heifers, $4.0
H9"0: calves, ROOitf 10 jr..
IKXIS-ltecelpts, 3.500; head: lights,
"4j ItKi higher; others alow; top, $7.50; bulk
ot sales, lii.noii'r.fc.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 60ft
head; market weak; lambs, tH.Ontutt.iC.
NEW TORK. Aug. 11. OOFFEKv-The
market for futures opened at a further
decline of 7W10 points this morning under
renewed liquidation prompted by the con
tinued heavy primary receipts. Offerings
were less acllvn at the decline to about
C34o for December contracts, however,
and prices steadied later on covering and
the continued absence of anv material
selling pressure from Brasll. Slight ral
lies were barely maintained, with the
market rinsing at a net loss of T to 9
points. Hales, 35, 7M) baas; August and
September, t.2tc; tctober, tltlo; Novem
ber, 4.S.V; December, aSfcc: January, g.tOc;
Frbmary. -46o; March, .H0c; April. .S6c;
Mav, ( We- June, .4o: July, 4.8So. Hpot,
irregular. Rio 7s. lc; Santos 4s, (.lost
and freight offera, shade easier; quota
tions ranging around 1 60tf .6u for Santos
4s and aa low as ( Wn for Rio 7s. The of
ficial cables reported a decline of 76 rels
In th. Rio market and of 3-32d In the
rate of Ilia exchange on London. Santos
Oil and Hoaln.
SAVANNAH, Oa.. Aug. U.-TURPHM-TINE
3S4tjCI4c; sales. 4i bids.; receipts,
M9 bhls. ; shipments, 109 bills., stocks.
ROSIN Firm; sales, 2.2N5 bbls.; receipts,
1,119 bbls.; shipments, li.S bbls.; stocks,
0,4OS bbls. Quote: A, R. t2.90; C, D, U:
K. $3.06; F, $.1.10: O. 8.V2T.: H. I, 8A30: K,
1146; M $4.16; N. 84.90; WO, 85.80; WW,
NEW YORK, Aug. I L M ETA I-Ixad
Offered, 84.60. Speller tint quoted. Cop
per, dull; electrolytic, $l7.76tj'l.0O. Iron,
at pong and unchanged. Tin, firm, 834.87H
At Ixindon: Hot oopper, (t Is d: fu
tures, 0 7s Ad; electrolytic, 81 10s. Spot
tin, ird; futures, 164 6s. Antimony,
125. - Lea 1, 20 10s 9d. Spelter. .
NEW TORK. Aug. ll.-OTTON Hpot.
stesdy; middling uplands, 9.46c; no sales.
Futures oened steady; October, 9.26c;
December. 0uc: Januarv. 9.73-: March.
Mc; May, 10.18c
The cotton market closed firm at a
net advance of 16 to 20 points.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. II. COTTON Boot
steady; good middling, t.(7d; middling,
5.37d; low middling, 4.91c; sales, 8.UU0 bales.
Dry (looda Market.
NEW TORK, Aug. ll.-CVtton goods
quiet; print cloths firmer; substantial In-
?u tries are In the market for clothea for
tallan army uniforms. Worsted yarns
firm; fall underwear In slightly improved
NEW YORK, Aug. ll.-SUO AR-Ra w,
firm; centrifugal, 4.77c: molasses, 4.(4)0. Re
OMAHA. Aug. U. Bank clearings for
Omaha'today were t3.017,39.33 and for th.
corresponding week last year, t2,692,497.9ti.
Fqds Will Not Try
to Invade Boston
BOSTON, Mass., Aug. 11. The proposed
Federal league Invasion of Boston has
been abandoned. President James A Oil
more announced here today. "Boston la
not ready to take car of a third big
league team," said ha, "but wa ara surely
going to New York with a team In 1918."
EUSTIS WILL HAVE
BASE BALL TOURNEY
EU8TI8, Neb., Aug. U.-reclat.)-The
fourth annual base ball tournament will
be given on August 23, 24 and 27, with
four of ths strongest teams In western
Nebraska competing for the prises.
North Platte. Willow Island. Cambridge
and Klmwood are tha four teams. Two
games will be played each afternoon
commencing at 1:30 and 8:30 sharp. The
lineup of the games are as follows:
Wednesday, 1:80, Cambridge against Wal
low Island; 8:80, North Platte against
El wood. Thursday, 1:80, Elwood against
Cambridge; 8:30, Willow Island against
North Platte. Friday, 1:80, Willow Island
against Elwood; 3:30, Cambridge against
North Platte. These teams havs all been
playing excellent ball this season and
therefor, sn excellent tournament Is ex
pected. RAIN PREVENTS TENNIS
, MATCHES AT CHICAGO
CHICAOO. Aug. 11. Rain prevented tha
second round of th. national elimination
tournament In doubles which was to have
been played on the tennis courts of ths
Onwentsla club, Lak. Forest, today,
Th. matches scheduled for today prob
ably will b played tomorrow,
Th. postponement will bring the finish
of th. doubles .vents to Friday Instead of
Thursday. Th. challenge round between
O. M. Church of Princeton and Alex
Squair of Chicago for tha western cham
pionship In slnglas also la to be played on
At Ixs Angeles
Oak Is nd
ilatleilrs- Pruiett. IWr and
Ryan. Wllllsms and Brooks.
. 6 10 8
At Portland- R.H.K.
Vernon $ i j
Batteries: Decannier. and Spencer;
Coveleskte, Evans and Cariwh.
Constipation Can Be Cared.
biort a two weeks' tieatma-nt of Dr.
King's New life Pills today. Good for
stomach r liver. 2,jC. All druggists.
FEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Same Forces Influencing' Scuiou
Day Before Are Evident
TRADING IS HARDLY ACTIVE
NEW TORK. Aug. II -The game fori (-.
which Influenced veslerdava broad nnd
strong market were again In evidence io
day. albeit trading was somewhat leu
active and realising sales more rftcctl.e
Shares of the leading --ailwavs were liriiM
to higher prices In the early dcalinss.
the movement coinciding witli the in,
nnuncement that the Interstate Con,
nier.-e commission had granted a gn. ...
freight advance to the western road
Although these advances were dienppot.ii
Ingly small, they served for a time t.
stimulate speculative demand to a gieid ,
h-very division of the raihvnv I
shsred In the rise, particularly Canadian
.Paolflc and allied Issues, which gained
from two to over five points, tlrancur
and tha Harrlman and Hill Issues ao.le i
one t" two points to yesterday's r
quotations and southern and southwest
ern issues, as well as trunk lines an 1 in,
classified stocks mad similar ItnpMve.
lter ta weight of the Kuropeon sc ;
Ing, which aggregated fully 60.i sunn
coinhlned with heavy meal realising foi
profits, caused material reductions' ...
these advances. In the final hour s..m
of the leadnra were a point or two ua.l, .
yesterday's final figures and the entlrt
list developed a distinctly rvactlnnarx
tendency. United States Steel led the
movement, being offered In lets of 1 on
to 10,009 shares at from two to three
points under yesterday's record price
with general Irregularity In other specu
The foreign liquidation which waa a na
tural outcome of the recent advance ot
prlcrs, waa a recurrent feature of inter
est. I-omlon offered large amounts or
Canadian "aclfh-.. Union Pacific, K1e and
Kteel. together with smaller lots of Atchi
son and other grain carriers.
War shares were again shunted to a
place of secondary Importance with de
clines of two to aix points. Striking ex
ceptions to this tendency were shown bv
the Bethlehem Steal preferred at tl51'
Wllllys-Overland at 8lR, and Pludebaker
at aXc, all new high records. Total sales
of stocks amounted to 976.000 she res
Exchange on London and Paris fell to
r low rrda. despite the receipt of
I'.'O.ftOO.ono gold from London via Halifax.
Demand sterling waa quoted st 474S and
rherka on Paris sold at 61.
There waa a "better Inquiry for Invest
ment bonds, with greater activity In
subordinate issue. Total salej par value
United States bonds were unchanged on
Number of sales and leading quotations
nn siovKs were as rot lows:
Ralea.t Hlirh. low. Clo
3 H t.1k,
-" r ul ut.
H.tM u Hti n
,av 41 1
J." in m ii.t,
TW) 1X1, IU1 lltt
li.ins iu join inj !
ie.iw) 4i ts ti'i
.7 .-, ts
M" 17 1a4 ii.
IMmi Ui Ut, Ji4
S.tno 4:t 4! 4;-
I'D 444, 4t. 41',
"" 1 It,
IS W Ml R ar.s,
3.10 1 4'. 44', US
' - e f. t
, i"0 u -th
t ... ISfc.
M.o S0'4 r:c.
1.3 U".-"4) ll lit1-,
8.7041 41V, 4.1,
.4 s m A
Its ia lots 1.
, n f
i.w is; itM ii
8.100 141 145 II'-
ll lib ' T"
It, mi K't ii m
l.nm ES'4 r-H ui
4S 1A I 74,
l.luo 24t IU 2",
t.) ', 44, U
4.70 14 14t, 14',
11.40 st'4 ! "
ilia mi ir,
l.l'O li '4i in
(,7i 1104 ln HW
, tno 131, lis, 3U .
1h lin 110 l'-
4 Jan ! lr-a
J.ans a T.'S
44.700 ir,i i.-.i
T.tT. 45 t 43i 41'i
Amprlcn ftt ftUCKf
Anifrtran Htn.lt. At K.r. .
Amertras . A R. (t..
Amortnaa Pvsae lut. ....
Aitntli Tel. A Tel
tl.HKnnm A Ohio
Drnokhn It. sis Transit..
California IVtmieam ...
ChMsrimtk. a Ohio
(., n. W.al.rn
Chi., Mil. PI. Paul... I
t'hlcasn A Northweai.rn.
"o'n. "u.l S Iwn
Ol.r.4. a l4otith.rti
Ienrir a Itlo llran.l
tinv.r H. O,, put
"i-tm.ra- Kaouritiaa ....
Itinera I Kl4rifl
t)r.at Northern, pt4
Great Nnrtli.nt On efs.,
ftusrenh.tra lOiplnratloa. .
Int.rbnroush Met. ptO..,.
lntf.rn.tion. I Harvester .,
Ksnaaa Cllv. Boutb.ra. ..
iMulavtll. A Nuhvit)...,
Ms.. Kas. Tu
New York ('ntral
N. T . N. H. H
Nmfulk A Wwii.ni
North. m PuKlo
Paelhi- T.I. T4
Pullman Paine. Cr
Hay (tonsolldaud t oppor.
Ksblle Iran Rteor..,,
Kork Inland Co
Koik lnl.nd V, ptd
Ht. I. a. K., td pit..
IT.an 1M4 lw
t nli Pmrlllo, Hd
I'nlteS Hi.tM gtsil
I'nlled Ht.te. gtMl. pfd.
WMllnshnnM KUotrte. ,
i.h ltavi iit
it.4fl0 11 4 U 1IJS 111
U.tn Hvt Vi tl4
Total lor th. day. 971,60 aharea.
e- Vnrk Money Market.
NEW TORK. Aug. 11. MERCANTILE8
PAPER 3"JJ4a per cent.
RTERLINO EXCHANGE 40-dsy bills,
U'.OVi: demand, 4 747."; rabies, $4.76. A
SILVER-Bar, 47',c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Oovemment, steady; railroad,
MONET Time loans, steady; (0 days.
'-! er ant: BO dsys, 2a.1i4 per cent; six
months. 3'a per cent. Call money, steady:
high, 2 per cent; low, lty per rent; ruling
rate. 1 per cent: last loan, l4t per cent:
closing bid, m per cent; offered at 1
Closing quotations on bonds today were:
V. S. erf. Is. rg.... 7M., K. a T. Ut 4. 7
d. emisoa 97HMe. Pao. ev. a..... 12
U. g. la. reg iu" N. Y. Cm. O.fc. (a .)n,
do coupon Iwiun Y. C. 4v, 11) i.T
U. g. 4s. rag i NT. Y. g. 4H. 1014
to aminos 11V N. Y.. N. H. H ,
Pinal la. OOUP.B..MI ct. .
Asit. Rm.lt. (.....in Nor. P.O. 4. xi',
A. T. A T.. ev. 4 via. lot Nor. Pmc. Sa
Armonr A O.., 4t. tlVtjOr.. g. !, rf. 4a .
stxhlana a. 4..... 1U P.o. T.I. T.I. "'
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iss Ptock Market.
LONDON Aug. 11. American aecurlties
on the stock market were firm snd ac
tive. There were numerous mark'nes l;i
tfrla. United States Steel. Union Pacl't.
Canadian Pacific and Southern Pacific.
T-e closing was firm.
PIT VFR-Pitr; 22-18d pee ounce
MONFY ner cent. Discount rates
short bll's. 44t6-4T per cent; three months.
4'i per cent.
Rent rkins quick with a tee Want Ad
Bond OpportuaitlM For Small InrMlon Out
lisad Is til. currant luta. at TH K t)UI I A IT
KgVIKW UN 1 yMr. rVsd for nmpi.
copies Publish r John Mulr A Co. l
Uroadway, K.w York City.
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