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THK BEB: OMAHA. TUESDAY, JUNE 6. 1916.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Good Cash Demand for Wheat and
Prices Rule from Steady to
a Cent Lower.
CORN SELLS AT UNCHANGED
OMAHA, June 6, 114
There wm fond real, demanrl for ht
unlay ami the market ruled from steady
!o I cent lower. Wheat recalpte were fairly
heavy and moat of the samplr-e, which
ware of No. 4 quality, sold at price rami
tntr from 41o to ante.
Corn rerelpfe wera good and tha market
wan fairly active, selling from unchanged
to a half cent hlifhsr.
The oata market waa fairly active and
POM from unchanged to a quarter of a cent
Kye and barley war Quoted normally
ti n' hungoil.
account of election prima rlea In Chi
vkuo the Chlraso market waa closed today
and no clearanca or primary report were
Liverpool cloae; Wheat, unchanged! corn,
q Kl lower.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
I'uluth ,. 113
omahii 77 117 44
Kansas f'lty ., ana HJ . 2,
Ht. Louie 1 At) 44 M
Thsn an lea were reported today:
Wheat No 2 hard winter: 1 car. tile.
No. 8 hard winter: la 'i-3 cara, l)4o; 1 or,
enter: 0 tare, !; 1 car, stWc: 2 rara, 4c,
.No. 4 hard winter: 1 car. llltn: 1 car.
HPjc; 1 ,,r, 91c; cere, 4Htyc; s cra. 01c;
: care, c; 1 cara, sc; 9 rara, 7c; 1 car,
; 4 cara, 5c; 1 car, 44V-: I car, 44o; 2
cure, .ic; i car, aztfcc; 2 cure. 82c; .1-0 car,
. riampln hard winter. 12-6 car. 0c;
I car, 7c; 2 care, 76c. No. 3 aprlng: 1 car,
ai.'ii. wo. 2 mixed durum. I I car, 41
.No. a mined durum: 1 car. Din. No. 2
mled durum: 1 car 91c. No, 3 whlla
prime; 1 car, S7e.
Rye No 3: I car, Me,
Harley Rejected ; I car, Mr,
torn No. 2 whlla: 1 car, 4c; 4 cara,
c, No, 3 whlla; 4 cara, 464ln. No.
white: I car, 65c. No. 4 white: 1 car. rVDc.
No. 2 yellow: 4 cara. 47 'ic. No. 2 yellow
4 cara, 47c No. b yellow; 1 car. 46'Ac.
No. 6 yellow: 1 car, Hl'iir.; 1 car, 41n; 1 car,
b"e. iso. 2 mined; 2 cara, 6 Vac : 1 car,
:4c; i cara, 6 He. No. 3 nilied: a 4-5 rara.
iHc No. 4 mined: 4 cara, 64e. No. 4
mlaed: 1 car, 4Ii4c; 1 car, 46o; 1 car, 43c
2 rara, 62c; 2 cara. 61c: 1 car, Mr; ,
cara. 60c; 2 cara, Ho; 1 car, 6c. Nample
mixed: 1 car, li-lc, 1 car, (IMjc; 2 cara, 4c;
a cara,- esr,
nrts No. 3 white; cara, 19 Vic; 1 cara,
MVc. No. 4 whim: 1 car. I64ic: 4 cara.
iic. Hample white: 4 cara, 34He; T cara,
34 Q't 1 3- car. 34c.
Omaha Caah J'rlcee Wheat: No 2 hard
f4j &-; No. 3 hard, 3'Dc; No. 4
hard, aiwoufcc; No. 2 eprlji. 4ri04
No. 3 aprlng, ttrtl 11.01; No. 2 durum, 0ii
92c; No. 3 durum, adtySOc. Corn: No. 2
white, Ceiic; No. 3 white, 6H4fl6c;
No. 4 white, 64'iJ6oc; No. 4 white, 4J1)
64Vjc; No white, nll42H!; No. 2 yel
low, 67 6 67 He; No. 3 yellow, 6HW67o;
No. 4 yellow, 4f. tt)4Hc; No. 6 yellow,
4fiff44e; No. yellow, 6066'o; No. 2
mixed, 66'c; No. 3 mixed, 6614 44r;
No. 4 mixed, 44 ',. 46 ,c; No, t mixed, 44f
No. i mlxrd, l (?4fi 4. n ; aample,
STJiiSC. "ate; No. 3 white. iTt'W
37orj; atandnrd. 3V37c; No, I white,
363li4r; No. 4 white, 36 1 0 :)&;. Har-
l-i : .Malting, in.4c; No. 1 feed, 3t6c
Rye; No. 2, 91 (12c; No. 3, (lf lie.
NKW YORK (ifVKflH MARKET.
lilotn.tlona of tha liar on Various Com
mmllttes. New Tork, June 6. FLOt'K Rteadv;
' spring; patenla, $5 6()i6 90; winter patent's,
t oR.S6 ; winter atralghta, 16.1004. 20.
W1IBAT Spot att.ady; No. 1 durum,
ll lu.; No. 2 hard, 11.144,; No. 1 north
em, Duluth, 11.214,; No. 1 northern,
Manitoba, ll,22'j, f. Q. b. New York. F11
t turr-e nominal.
. , foR.N Upot, ciulet; No. J yellow, 40,c
c. I. f. New York.
OATH fpot, aleady; alandard, 46V4c
II A V--4teady ; No. 1, f 1.45 1. 50; No. 2,
,11.51.40; No. 3, M. 201(1.30; ahlpplng.
HOl'8 Pteady; atate common to choice,
)91S, 1220c; 1914, t7e; Paclllc coaal,
Vi. ll'ffifc; 1914, 1l0c.
HIDES Klrm; Bogota, 33(834c; central
,. LEATHER Firm; htmlock. Urate. 37c;
. aeconde. 36c.
r'KOVlHIONS Pork, ateady; meal, 126 21
.2(iMJ; family, I24.002800. Beef, ateady;
rneaa, 1 7:6t I 0 j family, 1 19.00 20.K0.
Lard, dull; middle wait, II 2 .',& 1 2.76.
TALLOW Steedy: city, 9 i D inc; epeclal,
lOic; country, lO&lOfec.
' HL'TTRK Weaker; rPetpia, .0U tuhe;
'. creamnry extrtta, .1 n t .'1 1 V c ; flrata, IS Vj to
29'c; aeconda, 27VtW2c.
K'lUS Firm; receipta. 26,370 caaea; freah
Kathered, atnrago packed, flrata to extra
ftreta, Z'i ifl 2i regular packed, extra
flrela. 2.1 b U 24c ; flrata, 2Z23r.
CHKliHE IJiiBctllcd; receipta, 1,261
titian 11 imI'.
rti;i,TRV Altva. firm: hrotlera. 2ffl.0c:
lcghorna, Zhiihr; fowla, 22c; turlteya. 2ltc;
riresaed, dull and weak; chlckena, IHfy.jc;
(owla. lS22'c; turkeya, 27'(I2c.
I Liverpool 4raln Market.
; Liverpool, Juno 6. VVHICAT Spot, No. 1
. Manitoba, 11a Id; No. 2. Ha lid; No. 3, in,
lid; No. 1 northern epnug, 11a; No. 3 red
weatern winter, 10a lid.
" CORN Spot, Amoitcan mixed, new, 10a
KLOUR Winter patenla. 47a
HOI'S In London (I'ai lflc coaat), 14 lit
C li lua.
Minnrapolta iralt Market.
Minneapolla. June 6. UIIKAT July,
11.10; September, $!.02V faiih: No. 1
hard. 21. HS; No. 1 northern, 11 10'Ji
1.13H; No. 3 northern, II OS H f 1.1 1 !.
(off en Market,
New Tork, June 6 There waa a renewal
of acatterliig liquidation In the market fnr
coffee marketa here today and prlcea made
new low ground for the movement, ttuelneee
' waa very iiulet In the mornlnr and the early
otferlnaa were pretty well ohaorhed at the
opening decline of 2 to 6 polnta. hut the
eclilng became raihcr more active later
' owlna to repnrta of freer coat, end frelxh!
' ofrerltma Srpicmher oontracle aold off to
S 4f.: and Oecnilter to h.fiftc. with thi mer-
. kct clnilna at a net decline, i.f 7 to II
points. Nab', . 7 f 1 rt bne. June, 2ttc; July,
J7; Allguat. .3c; eitemher, 4:iC; (Ictn.
her, 47c; Nnv, mtr, M, (le, ember. " (fc;
.latHUD. die; K. hruary. cj March.
T'ir, April. .7e; Ma, Mr.
hpot coftce, ()Ulet; Itlo 7a, 9c; Nantea
4. lfc. Nitntna 4e were of.re, from
hraxtl for forward ehtttment M 10 . ft -u
1'leS cunt ami freight, l.undn creilna.
The ff. I.I rabl.a reported rterllnea of
ft to I11 reU In the lireiHUn market and
it 1-3.4 In the tale of Itln tv tlangft oil
N'. Tork, June 1. - M t.TAt. r. haute
uuutea lead. 17''' pelt'-r . apot, t:aMt
t, l.oylg delivery, 1 1 I ed t'oppvr.
mot, alectroly tic, neart.c. H-mlnel, Ptp.
tiMVer and Ut.-r. t fl : Iron,
fii , Nr. 1 eortherti. I ijtrtll It. Na J,
l.tttJlH No 1 aou'harn. j2l,
s,. . . .'. (t i' " I'm, teid, ai.ot,
1 l.rtHd. cocrter. Hit. f)lara,
( ,ev irl tl. , 1141 K.ul lie, III! et
till I , leal 111 I". Kf.l-
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NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Speculative Operations in Motors
Are Resumed on an En
WILLS-OVERLAND SHOOTS HIGH
New Tork. June S. Hpeculative operatlone
In motors ware reaumed on an enlarged leale
today, publication of additional detail! con
nected with the hugu merger of aeveral
prominent companlea contributing meaaure
hlv to further aubitantlal galna and new
maxtmuma. Among the high recorda acored
during the aeaeion, 10111a of which wore
largely If not wholly surrendered before the
cloee, were Wlllya-Overland, which rose 16
polnta to 326 with &V In 117 for the pre.
ferred. Chandler Motors 11 to 131; Deneral
Motors 11 to 660, and Lee Rubber 21
Tntereat In shipping shares waa revived
under the guidance of mercantile marine
preferred, which made an extreme gain of
to the new record of I no , with a gain
of 2 for the common and I for United
H'rult. flugara were again benefitted by a
steady Inquiry, with new high quotations
for American beet sugar on Ma gain of 4V
to 2V and Nouth I'orto Rico sugar t to
2.11, but i.'uban-American sugar moved con
Irarlly, declining 4 to 230.
After the epurt In theae mercurial stocks
had run lis course, trading shifted to cop
per and ilnn Issues, Mexicans and frtl
llxers, finally embracing the old war con
tract favorites. Oalne In three varied slocks
ranged from 2 to I polnta, shading Irregu
Kails were doubtless checked by the char
acter of (he general trading, but even In
that division a strong undertone waa manl
feat for a tlmo with Norfolk and Weatern
achieving a new maximum of 135. There
were temporary galna of, 1 to 3 points In
t'anndlan Pacific "PmiIiiii'IIi," Chesapeake
and uhlo, southern Railway preferred; and
Hen board Air Line, hut freah eelllng of
Heading eoon effaced theae advances and
wee responsible for the Irregular trend at
Total sales of stocks amounted lo 630,000
International Issues, Including the war
bonds of tha entente alllee, were decidedly
firm on the latter advances, dealing with
the recent naval sngagament. Nterllng
franca and marks were slightly lower In the
absence of more than nominal dealings.
rdneral Firmness attended the restricted
dealings tn bonds, with total sales par
value of 2.420,0'iO.
Knlted Htatea 4 s advanced 14, registered
4'a, , and registered coupon 1 par cent on
Number of sales snd leading quotations
on the stock market were:
Pake High. Lew. Close.
Am. Reef Bgar,,. 29.HOO 3314 71 13 v
American Can 1,600 k(i 66, 6i
Am. Car 47 Found 1.900 so el in
Am. Locomotive.. 6.9i 72 71 S 72
Am. Kmelt. A Kef. 1.200 96 9714
Am. Nugar Ref 2,400 112H HIS 1 1 1 S.
Amor. Tel. A Tel.. 00 129 129 129
Am. Zinc. L. H. .2"0 44 68 '
Ansconda Copper.. 4,600 64 H Mtt M
Atchison 8.200 1061, 10414 104
Heldwln Loco 6,000 0i, 69 ' 9
Ileltlmnre Ohio. . 1.900 92 91 91
llrook. Rapid Tr.. 400 66V) CV 67
Hutte A H "'op... 10.600 91 V, 69 66
California Petro... 600 21 , 21 Vi 21 'i
Canadian I'aclfio... 1, 00 1746, 176V) 17f.
central Leather... "00 64 i 64 Vi 64
C. R. 1. A Pac. Ry 700 90 80V) 20
Ches eV Ohio 2.0H0 176 17tV) 176
C. M. A Ht. Paul 1,300 99 96 9
Clrfcsgo aV North ; 126
Chln.i Coppar. . , . . . 200 68 63 63
Colorado V. A I 600 43 Vt 42 42
Corn Products Ref. 600 19 19 19
Crucible Hteal 12,200 66 63 63
Distillers Mecurit,, a.;('" 49 46 46
Krle 4.600 80 Vi 96 26
(leneral Klectrle .. 900 122 1 70 172
(II. Northern pfd . 200 122 122 122
(It, North. Ore utfa 610 39 30 39
Illinois central 6"0 104 !'" 104
Intern. Con. Corp.. 7"0 J M . 16 1 6 '4
Inspiration Cop.... 1,900 46',4 44 44Vi
inter, tier , is j 112
Inl. M. M. pfd clft 77,100 100 96 99
K. C. Botlthern. . . . 700 14 14 24 Vi
Kennerotl Copper, . 29. ""0 64 V, 63 r,3
LOUIS. Nash..,. 2H0 136 129 129
Mex. Petroleum.... I,9"0 loot,, 107 104
Miami Copper 1,100 14 36',, 34
,M , K. T. pfd 10U
Mleaourl Pacific... 100 62 6 6
Montsn I'ower , 79
National Lead 1,700 64 67 67
Nevsdo Copper.... 700 17 17 17
N. T. Central 1.600 104 106 106
N Y., N. H ft H . . 1,000 41 61 41
Norfolk Ar West... 9.100 136 133 194
Northern Pacific... 300 114 113 114
reeiric .nail...... 411V 'a li Tlx
Pacific Tel. A Tel , 32
Pennesylvenla .... 8.400 66 6614 66
I4ay Cod. Copper... 700 71 23 22
Heading 1J.000 101 100 100
Hep. iron A Hteel 47 u
Hhettuck Ariz Cod. 600 92 81 u. 12
Southern Pacific... l.sno 96 96 9
Nnuthern Railway. 1.400 23v 2au 26 u
Htudehaker Co 16,400 1 43 141 141
Tenneeao Copper... 600 43 43 48
Tvxae Company 90
Colon Pacific 24,100 136 187 187
colon raoiric pin . . imi s 62 62
c, . inq Alcohol I7,nn l2 U9'4 141
I', H. Hleel 14.200 64V 64 61
I' H Steel pfd 200 1 17 117 117
1'tah Copper 7,100 62 11 61
Wahneh pfd "n".. 1.000 26 24 2V,
Western I'nlon.... 2,1000 46 94 94
West. Klectrle 7.100 61 60 60
Total sales for the day. S30.000 shares,
New York Money Market.
New York, June I. PRIME MERCAN
TILE PAPKR 3 per rent.
HTKRLINfl EXCHANGE Slxty.dav hills
4 73 4; demand, 14 76; cablea. 4.74.
BII.VER Bar, 66c; Mexican dollara,
HuNDh Government, steady: railroad.
T1MK LOANS Klrm; sixty and ninety
days, 3 ft 3 per cent, six months, 3 03 V,
per cent. 1
CALL MONET Firm: highest. I car
cent; lowest, 2 per cent; ruling rate, 1
per cent; last loan, .1 per cent; closing bid.
2 per cent; offered at 8 per cent.
1 M. r , reg, 9K. C. 80. ref 6s 91
do Coupon .... 99 L. AVN. un. la . lit.
t' R. -An, reg . ,1lioM., K A T 1st 4s 76
do coupon ...1 00. Ma. Vac c. 6a.. lot
1 is, reg, .. 1 m Mont. Power 6s 94
do. coupon ..11HN, Y. C deb. 6s 11161
Am. Smlt 6s 107 N. T. City 4s.!04lZ
Am. T-l. A Tel. N Y . N II. A
4s lil'. It. rv 6a .. 11 1 u.
Angle, Krenrh 6 96.V, Pacific, 4a,. 49
Ateh. gen. 4s . 9:1 No Pacific Ss ,.
Hall. A Uhlo 4e 9P.i)re W. L ref is Si
Mt. th St r. f , , (ii p. Ti T ri.
Cent Peclflc ui 64IVnn. Con 4a.l6
c. A it, iv 4s fii, IV1111 gen. 4e 1'1
" Q J. " aedlnj gen. 4a la
I . I.. F.
rv :.s I4 ref 4a 77
R I A P So, Pa rv 6s ,104
ref 4a ...... 74 So, Pne ref 4a., 91
. A4. ref 4 ,. MS.Ko Hallway 6s. .1111
AH li. c 4s 7 I nlon l'c. 4s.. 97
rle gen 4s .76 I do. rv, 4s . . .St
l-n Klec !s 10IVC St Robber 4s HlSV
It N 1st I' H Nleel 6e . 1 1,1,1.
Ill Cent ref 4e W t nlnn 4 s IV
Int. M il I'.i f.JV,-H ,:i,. rv I, ui
flllt (. Mil. OTfU'H MARK H.
(Ill tnaellled, Hoga Weak and mieep
1 ni. ago June 4 C 4TTI K - Receipta.
14 IOe peed, n,arael, unsettled, native l,cf
llle. h wg II 1,1 aestern s'er It I Hi
t , Sl, kere 11. 1 fee.lvrs 1 4 0 0 f , 90. , t,
and h.; fur. 1 1 ; n 44. tt, eell t
IIIMiS He, .(.l. I .!. hr,, M,,H.1
weak 1.. I j j -., loe.r. ,uia nt . 1. .. It ill
. lights ! I'll II ,1,1 ,1 l ,',,
h.v l ilrj.i rovish. 9aitt;s, piss
Ml., - ANl I.AVIIia. R.rl.ls U Bin
l-.e t. ' i.l itl'. l 4e
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1 11 ia 11 11
at I aula ll iiwk Market
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OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
Best Killers Steady and Others Are
Lower Sheep and Lambs Slow
HOGS FULLY TEN CENTS LOWER
Omaha, June 6, 1916.
Receipts were' Cattle, Jloge. Sheep,
Kallinale, Monday 6,400 9,000 6.30
Sumo day lt week. .. ,1.999 7,60 k.3:,l
Maine day 2 weeks aga.l.atO 6.234 3.467
Kama day I w-eke ago. 1.427 7.4.'4 3,6
Same day 4 week. ago. 1,034 6.466 1.614
Same day last yar 4.044 7,464 !,"!
The following table ahnwa tha receipta
of rattle, hoga and sheep at the Mouth
Omaha stock mirkst for the year to date
as compared with last year:
1916, 1416. Inc. Pec.
f"le 616.224 443.021 13.304
""a-a 1.622,681 1,433.114 140,413
Sheep 466,744 934,441 60,714
The following table shows the average
prloea of hoga at the Omaha live stock
market for Hie last few days, with com
-L',"-.J.1,1 I1,'4 jllll. I1I1S lllll
46; I 64
44) I 79
June 4 .
June 6.1 I 26
CATTLE lletelpta were quite liberal for
a Monday, 364 cars being reported In, thla
being tl. largeat Monday a run for a num
ber of weeka back and larger than a year
ago by 2,000 head.
Oood lo choice heavy beef steers were
sfesdy, ths beat here bringing 110.66. fither
grailea were very alow and dull, with the
feeling weak to lower. Common to ,preity
good kinds of yes rung steer, ara steadily
working lower, prlcea today not being an
good aa laat week s close. The market mi
thai rlaaa of stock la anywhere from 611c
to ss much ss "be lower than the high time,
on account uf the big slump at aaslarn
blockers and feeders are In modnrale sup
ply snd steady,
Ouotatliuia on rattle: Onnd tn rhnlca
heovra, 110 2U0 10 46; fair to good beeves,
II. 60.10. 20; common to fair beeves, 4.26
9 60, good lo choice heifnra. 14 una 7b:
good lo choice cows, 7.76$ 10; fair la
good cows I4.767.76; common to fair
cows, 11606.76; good to choice feeder,,
ss.u'igji.YB; lair to good feeder,, 7,76QI.Oii;
common 10 fair fieders, 17.00 7.76; good
lo choice atockars, 17.1004 60; atork heif
ers, I6.76W4 26; stock cows. 16.767 6,,
slock rajvea, 17. 1601. 71; veal calves, 14.004?
i.u, duiis, stsgs, etc., 9.sufj;4.&o.
31 141 7 46 11 6I l 61
11 Ill 1 76 21 110 I 00
771 JO li fil I 26
21 721 I 40 20 1140 I 10
16 1211 9 64 40 1 161 I 90
24 1924 10 16 22 H09 10 20
22 1122 10 26 21 1J47 10 36
10 1167 10 40
KTKKRd AND HKIKKHS.
726 7 16 14...
6,10 7 16 44...
Ill I 10 II...
694 I 60 24. . .
691 10 10
7 60 13...
6 00 1 I Ill
7 26 14 1061
1 76 2. .....1340
1 1100 6 60 1 J010
1 900 7 60 I 1110
1 210 1 1 00 7
111 II 00
HOOH With the possible eic.ptlon of s
few early aalia the market waa a 10o lower
affair. Ono or two of the packers needed a
few hogs early and sellers thought they
bought theae at figure, that were not much
more then 60 10c lower, but st the best only
few scattering loads sold this way. Ilia
first droves to sell going at a flat 10c de
cline. Hhlppers had some orders, but they
were by no meana urgent, and wars filled
at a loo reductlou sfter the packers got
"spite the fact that prlcea ware aharply
lower, the earlier pert of the market was
fairly active, fllmller declines were being
enforced at other points and sellers fearing
a weak close, cut loose fairly freely after a
trading baals was once established. Their
feara regarding the late market were well
founded, for one packer who bad not bought
hog early started out toward ths cloae to
weaken prlcea still more.
Outside the fact that late rounds ware a
little alow, however, there waa not much
change In the market. Tendency waa
weaker and values light and have been a
little easier, but moat of the packer, found
they could still use a few hoga and eventu
ally practically everything waa cleaned up
without prlcea suffering to any great en
tent. There are a few grassy hogs show
ing up now, and packers are laying down on
theae kinds several odd bunches of green
stun being left In the pens today until after
everything else had aold.
snug tnirn ui me onennga movea at
19.2001.30, with a top of 19.40. poorer
mixed and light klnda aold on down to 19.00,
and there waa a good probability that some
of the graeay atufT would aell "under the
hill." Prlcea are even lower now than at
the low time early laat week.
60 9 10
120 9 26
... $9 16
160 II 23
... 9 at
14. .140 I 00
8HEEP The stage was all aet thla morn
ing for another decline, aurh as waa reg
istered last Monday. In the first place, the
break at Chicago on laat week a cluae, which
wea not felt here, made lower prlcee al-
moet a certainty. Hut thla waa not all,
for packera have been proteatlng for some
time that prlcea were far too high and
promised to get them down to a working
basis at the Aral opportunity.
That they regarded today aa tha chance
they have been looking for waa evident
right from the atari, Huyere came out
tn the yarda at about the ususl time, but
refused to iriske a single bid, confining
themselves to the prediction lhat cosis
would be considers My lower thsn on last
week s close.
I'p to noon nothing tied sold event a
few clipped lambs, which were quoted 36tl
60c lower, Itil buying the best here. Spring
lamlie promised to show even more decline
hen thla, It being ptobable lhat 111 would
e ihe oulsule Uotttoti. Hardly enough
eheep were here lo give a line in Ihe mar.
ket, but lower jrrtcea ar quotd
uotattona eit sheep and lambs. Lambs,
sprlrg, 009 II 00, lambs, fair lo choirs
bandy, IfOOttleno, lomls fair lo rholre
beevt. 14 1041 10 00, yearllnaa, fair tn eholce
bandy. 1 4 I M, I H . vearltnss. fair lo rhotcs
heaw, IMoit4:ii, edbeis, fair lo choice
la 7 6 gf a 00 , ee.es, good to choice, 6u
t DO, .. fair 1.1 good. I 01 ft 4 IA
IJe Mo.k In klghl.
I 1 ai'ie, lo, ansep
Mom C'lity . 4,; 04 im
ihl'.sn IS unii tn mm lne,
b i ity I'lii oi 11 ,n
lo.. i"H.h ....... . I I '') aeo 1 tie
hi Uoiie I lie I tin ,n
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I 184.108.40.206).) .e-,
tii ! s ti
MOVE FOR HUGHES
IS TAKING FORM
OF GENUINE BOOM
(Continufd from Tage One.)
publican party, declared that many
delegates instructed for others were
ready to turn their vote to him after
the iim ballot.
The lack of controlling leadership
by the men who have composed the
old guard i emphasized on every
hand. They express themselves as
favoring: Justice Hughes because
delegates bringing first luiifl report!
believe he can be the harmonier who
can bring in the progressive strength.
On every hand explanations are
sought of the failure 01 sentiment for
Colonel Roosevelt to crystallize. A
week ago those who Apposed the
nomination of Koosevelt were fear
ful of a stampede to him, but now it
is said that is impossible. Many can
not understand what brought this
Hundreds Not for Roosevelt.
Republican leaders after a canvass
today declared Colonel Roosevelt's
ultimate strength would not be more
than 200 delegates, and they believe
the number woutd be nearer 150 dele
gates. It is asserted that the remain
ing 7S0 or 800 delegates would not
vote for him under any circumstances.
It was pointed out that when state
delegates were selected it was known
that Roosevelt would' be a strong
factor ami probably a candidate. Men
were chosen who were believed to
he for harmony, which leaders say is
not synonymous with Roosevelt, and
are regarded, therefore, as not of the
stampedeable type. The great mass
of the delegates are uninstructed and
are counted on to vote for any man
who can bring a majority of the pro
gressives back to the republican fold.
Demand for Statement Wanes.
Talk of demanding a pre-conven-
tion statement from Justice Hughes as
a cannula! ot his nomination vir
tually lias been abandoned. It is gen
erally agreed, however, that the jus
tice, if nominated, immediately win
make a satisfactory statement.
In discouraging proposals of a pre
nomination statement from Justice
Huehes. his sunoortera noint out that
addresses made before he went on the
bench shows him to be for prepared
ness and sound issues from a party
point of view.
Word has gone out from Governor
Whitman's quarters that it is futile
to look forward to any spectacular
eleventh-hour move on the part of
those who are demanding the jur
ist's nomination. No one will go to
Washington, said Governor Whitman,
to induce Justice Hughes to aend a
"night before the battle" message.
Governor Whitman made it clear
that no one of the men fighting for
the nomination of Justice Hughes
have had any direct word from him
that their efforts have his approval,
It was reiterated that neither Gover
nor Whitman, who shares with For
mer Postmaster General Hitchcock
the leadership of this Hughes' move
ment, nor any other man has been
delegated by Justice Hughes to work
for his nomination.
On every hand there seems to be
sentiment to avoid making the nomi
nee the campaign issue and to select
some one on whom republicans and
progressives can agree ao the word
will go out to the country that the
party lias been rehabilitated bv the
uniting of factions which split it four
years ago. it is realized that of all of
the possibilities, Colonel Roosevelt
has the greatest personal following,
but at the same time he has the most
enemies. The republican leaders
charged that many voters would be
alienated for one or more of sev
The conviction that Colonel
Roosevelt would not be able to re
unite the party has led to general
declarations in favor of some strong
man whose nomination would he a
signal to the country that the fac
tional strite Mas been ended.
The situation respecting Roosevelt
and Hughes contains all the nec
essary .elements to produce a dark
horse candidate, but there are so
many strong men among the favorite
sons that the possibility of the se
lection of someone yet unmeitioned
All forces are careful not to ex
press hostility to Colonel Roosevelt
or to say anything which would make
it impossible for progressives to come
back into the party. It is recognired
that Colonel Roosevelt can prevent
the nomination of any fine or two
men who may be urged by republican
leaders, but that should he attempt
lo go further than this and, as some
say, "scratt.li the whole ticket," the
convention would be very likely to
proceed without giving further con
sideration to his views.
In saying that Roosevelt could
pievrnt the nomination of any one
or two men, Justice Hughes is not
excepted, but thoie who are fur him
profess to believe Roosevelt would
not go n far ss to say in advance
that Hughes was unacceptable if bis
luunituiiiin seemed certain. The at
titude ft men Uking this potitum is
summed up by their sutemenu met
the) "want I olonrl f-'oosrv rh'i help,
hut not his ilulatmn"
lty taeaala Warhel
.' I.ouls. luiio 6 - Cotton on It merkws
were loin .,,,1.1 lodes, b'li trie l.i..il.
ess t.tler then U noil Terns m fir,,
!tr. g,t.t ,, tn i... ti d-fti.n I hull
4-' ' were e m. He ''k !.- ,1.1 u, ., .
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From tht North
V4I.U. M4ataiioe eaj
il'iMtn-lt tf OrtlarMi.
an I VI ii.lrral. eypy, gft,
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SUMMARY FOR THE CORN
AND WHEAT REGION STATES
Within tbr limt fort y-Ktsfht homm rntn fat 1 1
oiY-urrriti In tK kxttrsK, rtsn, but wm not of
mufh Importim m4it In th uuthwn1,
whr excpaalv tnotjn(f r rport4'd, ',in
cUl7 In th jHtrtloM uf 4)klhon,n. sinj Kurt
Ma whro dmuih h.m pppvullfd. Thi
amount in nnnbrn tklihom mni from
ono to nnarly li Inc hsi, ni1 m-vflrnl ht uttunn
In niiuthf rn Kan hub r-vort mora than iini
In h. Woiltintts t tempera t urea prevail rnt .
Hially ovftr tha antlrtt rKion, dlffHrlna; not
inui h rnuti (ha aa'nl rtiritial. tha niaxt
mum besinir ttlrw u rvrn In tha xlriinn
uulharn port in It
liijj )s.t i.inpojd spy jiikm
AStrsi sn: i s.
Wher Everybody Goes
ILL I LI
trill 41111a nsrnry
Pliane Innlee ISDfl fl IT
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Today Lasky Star,
Blanch Sweyat, In
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TONITE if NEW
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Pressnls Your Fovorlle
"THE BITTER CUP"
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NEW FEATUHES ALWAYS.
THE MUSE '
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A story of reman tie adventure.
William Cllette In .Sherlock Holmes.
Vaudeville and I'hotopleyi
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TODAY ilternoon ond tv.nlns
Roes and St. Clair lleesle Brownln.
i?'-!'.?;1.1"- McNeills A Kyos
Movie Bell Tfiured.y
Welch tor "The Human Fly."
Dorothy Gih, in
"Suan Rocki the Boat"
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THEATER. day snd Saturday.
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House Cleaning Time
When you clean house it is likely your floors
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