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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
; car, 36
i On, aha Cash Prlc? Vhal
ar, 38 -c. No. mixed, 1
No. 3 turd.
Cash Wheat Rules Strong and
Prices Range from One to
. - Two Cents Higher.
Sl.ooftilOl: No. 3 hard, 9 4 "8 Snip; ."so.
CORN CONTINUES STEADY
Omaha, July 7, 1111.
Cah itaat waa ttronr today, wiling
from kc to 2c higher.
Th wheat receipt! today wera very light.
and while the demand waa not very artlva,
wait autftclent to take car of the few aam
pies on the tables.
Corn ranged generally from fce to 11Hc
hfgher, the demand for corn being very
gootl and . the recelpta rather light.
. The bulk of the amea con nU ted of white
and mixed corn, thoae Having yellow corn
' holding out for better price.
' There waa a good demand for oata and
the market ruled from iteady to 1c higher.
J'.ya and barley wera quoted nominally
, Clearance ware: Wheat and flour equal
r to TKft.OOO bu.
Uverpool close: Wheat. Id to Zd higher;
corn. Id to Sd higher.
Miliary wheat recelpta were MT.MO bu.
ftn.I ethipmenta 714,000 bu., agalnat receipts
of 19i,090 bu, and ahlpraenl of 272.000 bu.
la mi year.
iTlmary corn recelpta were 721.00 Ira.
and shipment! 174,000 bu.. agatnat recelpta
of 444.000 bu..nd ahipmenta of 161,000 bu,
last year. -
Prima ry eata recelpta were t S 0, 000 bu.
t and ahipmenta 6I6,0f0 bu., attainet recelpta
of 387,000 bu. and ahipmenta of 87,000 bu.
CAR LOT RKCEIFT8.
Wheat. Corn. Oat a.
........ 43 &1 17
hnrtl. 90 !: No, 2 durum, MtoH-:; o. 3
urutn. :t(93'. torn; ISo. 2 wuuc,
No. 2 white. 7a7ao; M. wnne.
; 724t73'4i-: No. & white, 72&730; .no.
' white. 717Sr; No. 3 yellow, 744ti7Sc;
j Nn. 3 yellow. 74$ 74c; No. 4 yellow, 7246
71c; .no. o yeiiow, ritff,aiL' j"--".
72 ft 73c; No. 2 mixed. 73rifr74c. No. I mixed
7373Sjc: No. 4 mixed, 72Sf'73c; No h
mixed, 71H07tHo; No. t mixed. 7172c.
Oala: No. 2 white, S438fcrf; atandard,
3384c; No. 8 white. 7437c No. 4
white. SSHQMHc. Barley: Malting. 6jg
"Oc; No. 1 feed. 6062c Rye: No. .
OOu; No. a, gMlfevc
Trading In tha pit waa rather dull today.
The government crop report la Uuo today
and the apeculatora are walling to aea the
result of thin report. The market, how
ever, opened higher on everything with the
exception of December oaia, which opened
unchanged. Tha market remained ateady
throughout the aoailon and cloned with
September wheat c lower and December
unchanged to Ho lower. flepto.nb.jr torn
was up a fraction .and December unchanged.
September oata closed about a quarter
lower and the December waa about He
hiaher at the cloae.
Chi -a go ...
Omaha 27 M
Kanaas City .' 70 - 16
St. I -out. SI It
Winnipeg ...............141 .. '
Theao aalea were repnrtedytoday:
1Vhi.ul-Ni 1 hard winter. 1 car.
No. hard winter, I car, 08c; 1 car, 7Hc;
I cars, 7o. No. 4 hard winter, 1 car, 94c;
I cars. IIHc; l-S car, 03c; cars, 92c I i
ears, tie. Sample hard winter. 1 car. 6c;
JM ear. lOe, No. 4 mixed, 1 3-6 ear, 0c.
Corn No. 1 white, 1 ear, 74c; 3 cars,
TSHe. No. t white, 3 cars, 73 4c No. 8
white, 1 car, 73c; No. ft white. 1 car,
TZo; No. white, 1 car, 73c; 1 car, 71 'c.
. Sample yellow, 1 car, 70e. No. 1 mixed, 1
car, 7e; 1 car, 78 He No. 3 mixed, i cars,
( 1l4e., No. mixed, 1-1 car, 72c. No. 0
1 mixed, 1 ear, 71c Sample mixed, 1 car,
c; 1-1 car, 4o.
J Oats Standard, 1 cars, UK He: t enra,
18c-No. s white, 1 ear. 37c; 4 can, 17 c.
I Open I High- Low. Oloae. I Yw.
1 07 11 03
Chirac, olonlnn prli:, rurnlinea Tn tint
by BM Uryn. nlork and grmln broker.,
Sit Buulh SUtMnth .treel. Omah.: t
1 On'.illOS1!! OS'' -s;i5 1
1 00 10
I I 7S
1 17 ,
III -VS BEVIEW OK TRADE.
Competitive Buying Abated and Bimuww
. .Hoy., slower.
New York. July 7. Dun'. Review tomor
row will 5ay:
Competing buying abated and bufltnre
it. oven under reuu'eil inontenlum, though
vllh aurirlM)ng!y little .hrlukage In Ita
volume. Thl, in the period of all other
when a dld.e1 halt la to be expected, a.
n.any plant, ordinarily atop for needed re
pair., and tnventorlee and vacation, are cal
culated to bring comparative quiet In com
mercial ehannela.x. Vet thia year la an ex
ception and much leas than the customary
lull la now apparent, while Indications ore
nhadow unusual activity throughout the
Hummer. Instead of being at tow ebb, as Is
often the case at this time, production is
maintained close to the recent maximum
and enforced shutdown, at manufacturing
worka. will, as a rule, be of short duratlMi.
Operations In numerous Instances, howev, r.
and other drawbacks, and It Is still the fact
that some mills are turning contracts away
that cannot be filled a" promptly as buyer,
deslr.. This la particularly true of cotton
and woolen lines, in which important gov
ernment needs,' have accentuated the diffi
culties In making early deliveries on
ordinary requirements. Largs orders for
army sh)es have alro Imparted stimulus to
fr.otwear and leather, while In steel and Iron
the suHtalned heavy foreign demanda tend
to offset the contraction in strictly domeatlc
continue hampered by the acraclty of Ubor I kualneea. Further prlco recessions have oc
curred In the metal market, and in Mm.
Weekly bank clearing.. 14.011,011,160.
ftt. liOni. brain Marker.
St. Louis. July 7. WHEAT No.
11.1)491.10; No. 2 hard, norplnal; July,
Ol.os; September, ,1.04'),.
CORN' No. 2, 78flB73t,c; No. 3 white, 70o;
July, 7Ht4c; September, 78c.
OATS No. 2, 38H63Sc; No. 2 white,
Minneapolis drain Market.
Minneapolis. July 7. WHEAT July.
11.0814; September, 11.0014. Cash: No. 1
hard, I1.14H; No. 1 northern, 11.9.91-11;
No. ! northern, ll.OSft&l.Oili.
BARLKT 60 74c.
RTB 0!l,S41.c. ,
BRAN 117. 00) 18.00.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 77V,7.
OATSI No. 3 white, S737Vjc.
SEKDSFlax, 1 .81 1.86 1,.
. Why You Should Buy
! . Acres Near Omaha
1st An acre of ground is equal to 6 to 8 city lots
,2nd You have no city or ppecial taxes to pay.
jjrdBenson Gardens is in the right direction. j
4th There is a good paved road all the way.
5th Free jitney service all the year around to and from !
I ' the end of Benson car line to anyone living in Ben
' son Gardens who are employed downtown.
6th Benson Garderis has the richest land in Douglas
County, on account of having been a dairy farm
for over twenty-five years.
7th The land is well drained and is ideal for poultry
raising and growing fruit and vegetables. j
8th All school children are taken to and from the Ben
i ' son school free of charge. ,
gth-tYca, can keep your position down town and live in
Benson Gardens and reduce the high cost of living
by raising poultry, growing fruit and garden truck.
10th You wp never be able to buy acres so close to
Omaha on such easy terms as $10 cash and $10 per
month. Half acres, $10 cash and from $5 to $7.50
per month. . '
11th Acres have proven to' be the best place for savings,
on account of no special taxes, no city taxes, while
you are paying for your acre. ,
12th You will never miss your monthly payments and
by the time you have your acre paid for, the land
. "will be worth a great deal more money, . ,
13th Benson Gardens is within the five mile circle of
the center of Omaha's business district. ' -
14th Acres can be bought as low as $450. Half acres
as low as $225 in the third subdivision of the Post
,'Farm. -'v-;.--.": j "r ; ''::..
Come out tomorrow or Sunday and see the finest
suburban Acreage Tract ever offered for sale so close to
Omaha.1 Take car to end of Benson car line, then walk
six blocks west to Benson Gardens, or take Jitney at. end
of line and get off at our office on the ground on West
Main street, ;, Our salesmen with autos will be pleased
to show you around. ( .
Call Tyler 50 any. time and we will send you plat
1 and prices. Downtown office open evenings, 7 to 9 P. M.
. . Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNEY STREET. FIVE PHONES TYLER 50.
Th. Plac. to Picnic.
Band Concert., Motion Pic
turwa, Bathing, Boating-, Danc
ing, Riding Device, and Other
, 10c car fare from Omaha for
adults; purchase round-trip
tickets for children on Manawa
cars, 15c. .
FREE ADMISSION TO PARK
OMAHA VS. LINCOLN
juir . r, a. . ;.
FRIDAY, JULY ? LADIES' DAY.
Twe ft.w. Sunday, July First Game
s Celled at 3 p. Its.
CAMtS CALLED AT ItlS.
V Bea SeaU at Bsrkalow Bret.
"1 IICC Coolest Theater
.ilUilb Biggeat Feature
Reeetta Brlee tad Richard Bukler la
MISS BILLIE BURKE in '
1 1 Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
Horn of PARAMOUNT
ud WORLD tFMturM.
. 15th and Harar. Phon Dcug. B06.
PrMajr ami Saturday
; MYRTLE STEDMAN im
'THE AMERICAN BEAUTY"
" A play of atraordiuary powar ud
CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE AND
Th. Four Slicker., Gllsner. A Castle,
Three Hlojiar Bre., WUIutms A Culver,
- COMING CHARLIE CHAPLIN, Ja .
-THE VAGABOND." j
Fernaes et SOta
HOLBROOK BLINN ;
'-':;--vr -7-to , '.
"The Unpardonable Sin"
To4ar Le.t Tin..
' Th. Omaha Socletr Mevie,
"One Summer in Omaha"
.. Bee.lt! Chile Saring Instltete. '
. ADMIS5ION10c, to. ...
Dainty Lingerie Blouses, lace and
embroidery trimmed models. CO
Values up to $1.25, at. . . . "'C
Dressy 'Lace Blouses, black and
cream . color. Values to CJO CA
5.00, sale price.. (
Crepe de Chine, Washable Satin
and Georgette Blouse.. dO
Values to 5, at..y. 9mJ
Blou.e Shop, Second Floor.
Items ' Not
You Ever Saw
, to Share -
THIS EVfINT IS PROVING TO BE the mpst successful ever
inaugurated in this store, and rightly so, for this season we have made
strenuous efforts to surpass anything ever attempted in the way of
value giving, despite the fact that unfavorable commercial condi
tions bid fair to make wholesale prices higher and higher when we go
into the market again to buy. THAT IS THE WAY THIS STORE
DOES THINGS ALWAYS IN A BIG WAY. :
Clearance y JSSi
1 1 ?
Offering well-fitting models
at very low prices.
Lot No. 1 13.50 to $S (PO AA
Corset, for ?a..UU
Lot No. 2 Front and Back Laced
Cor.et.1 regular $2.00 1 iA
Lot No. 3 75c Conet.,
Lot No. 4 50c Conet., OQ.
A GREAT JEWELRY SALE FOR SATURDAY
JULY CLEARANCE OF A FINE STOCK AT ALMOST HALF PRICE
A FORTUNATE PURCHASE enables us to clear out a fine stock of Diamonds,
Watches, Clocks, La Vallieres, Solid Gold and Gold Filled Jewelry. A SALE IN EVERY
WAY WORTHY TO LEAD FOR SATURDAY'S SELLING, and that is saying a great
deal because every item offered in this Great July Clearance is wonderfully low priced. .
Open-Face 16-Siie, Nickel Case, with 7-jeweled
ra Lever Movement. Kegular So.UO
Men' Huntine Catea, arold filled and Kuaranteed 20
years; 7-jeweled American lever movement. CC AO
Regular 110.00 values, sale price PJ,TO
Men's 12 and 16-Siie Open Face and Hunting; Cases,
7-jeweled Elgin movements. Regular iJ7 CQ
$12.00 and $14.00 values, gale price.' 4f.U9
12-Siie Bos., Fahy. and Illinois Gold Filled Cases,
guaranteed 25 years. 7-jeweled Elgin move- ffl A AO
iient. Regular $20.00 values, special. ... vlUeUO
T2-SUe Boh, Fahy. and lllinoi. Gold Filled Cases,
guaranteed li years. 15-jeweled Elgin
movement. Sale price
Put -up in a Solid Mahogany Bon,
r' . . .
Solid Gold Rings, Etc.
Mine.' and Ladies' Solid Gold Ring., some genuine
opals. Regular $1.50 values, Kfif
Ladies' Solid Gold Set Ring, and Little Finger Ring.,
also good Bized Signet Ring.. Regular $3.00 P1 AA
to $3.50 values. Special .' sPlsvU
Ladies' Solid Gold Set Ring., set with all colored semi
precious stones and pearls; beautiful designs. Regu
lar values from $2.50 to CI CA and (1 AO
$5.00; sale price . '. 51.0U $1.20
Pur Whit, Perfect Cut, Genuine Diamond., set in
solid gold, Tiffany or fancy mountings. Weight 1-6
to 1-4 carat Regular $26.00 value, MC CA
sale price , ajUU.jU
Pur Whit, Perfect Cut Genuine Dia
mond., set in solid gold, Tiffany or fancy
mountings. Weight 15-100 carat. Regular
$16.50 values. Sale price, tPIAAA
Large Mantle Clock., genuine ma
hogany, 8-day time. d1 QQ
Regular $5.00 values. . . dU.fO
Braea and Bronz Clock., 8-day
time, no strike. Regular (PI CA
$4.50 values', sale price.. Pl.v7
Largo Upright, Genuine Mahog
any, 8-Day Time, Half-Hour
Strikes Ca.t Gilt Sash and Bezel
' Porcelain Dial A very fine clock.
Worth $10.00; ffC Aft
sale price sJJ.UU
Large Square Mantle Clock., 8-day
time, half-hour strike. Some ma
hogany finish and solid oak. Regu
lar $6.00 values, $2 98
Some Solid Bra, and Mahogany
Clock, worth $15.00, CO AO
and $17.50, sale price. .PO.JO
Fancy Gold Clock., 8-day time.
Worth $8.00 CO CO
sale price sJJ.U?
One-Day Time, All Metal Clock.,
in finest gold plate, French ivory
finish, French gray silver and
bronze. Regular $4.00 ffl AO
values, sale price. . . .'. ,)li0
All Metal One-Day Clock., some
eriusssviiM . ... u
Pure White, Perfect Cut Diamond., weight 10-100
carat, solid- gold mountings. $12.50 C7 CA
values, sale price.... ePI.Jw
Solid Gold Jewelry
Men'. Solid GoldTCuff Link, all gold except J1 AA
post. Regular $2.00 values., tJH.vU
Men' Scarf Pin., solid goldstem and all (PI AA
beautiful designs. $2.00 and $2.50 Values.'.'. ,jPlW
Solid Gold Pendant La Vallieres, $2.00 and ' ff 1 A A
$3,00 values ,?1.WW
Solid Gold LaValliere., genuine coral cameo. Regu
lar $7.98 values; sale tJO AO
Solid Cold LaValliere., beautiful designs, in pendants
on heavy gold chains. $5.00 and $6.00 (PO AO
values; special . . . ; Iaiss70
Solid Gold Tie Clasps, $2.00 and $2.50 (PI AA
values ; PlsUU
Solid Gold Genuine Coral Cameo Ring., . JJ1 AO
these are beautiful. $5.00 values, special. .. .vlevO
Finest Gold Filled Jewelry
Fine.t Gold Filled Watch Fob., all metal, not ribbon.
Made with safety attachment. $4.00 to (PI AO
$5.98 values, sale price : ifa.e'O
Fine.t Gold Filled Genuine Cameo Brooches, regular
$2.50 and $3.00 values, fl1 JQ
sale price uix.ie
Fine.t Gold Filled Genuine Pink Cameo Scarf
Pin., regular $2.00 values, sale price
Fine.t Gold Filled Pocket Knive., hand en
graved. Regular $1.00 values, very special. . .
Fined Gold Front Cuff Link., hand engraved
and guaranteed 10 years. Regular $1.00 values.
Fine.t Gold Filled Locket., the "Bliss Bros.". (PI OA
line. Regular $4.00 and $5.00 values 01e07
Fine.t Cold Filled Brooches, Scarf Pin., Tie OQ-.
Clasps, Cuff Mnks, etc.; 50c and $1.00 values. .wvC
Apparel at Half Price
IN JULY CLEARANCE SALE v
Choice of Any Silk Tailored Suit, at HALF PRICE.
Choice of Any Wool Tailored; Suit, at HALF PRICE.
Choice of Any Wool Coat, at HALF PRICE. ,
Choice of Any Girls' Cloth Coat, at HALF PRICE.
Choice of a lot of Girls' White Dresses, at HALF PRICE.
Choice of a lot of Girls' Colored Dresses, at HALF PRICE..
Boys' Wear Clearance
Wool Suits at a Big Saving
2 Pair Pants or Single Pant Suits
We have marked them down to
prices that are of real interest to you,
parents. A real good selection of pat
terns to be had. Plenty of every size.
$7.50, $8.50 and some $10 Suits. . $3.85
$5.00 Suits are now. $5.00
A Blouse, and Shirt Waist Sale
50c Blouses . . v
" 50c and 75c Shirts.'....;
A great big assortment of plain colors or fancy stripes,
- either light or dark; 1 '".;.'
Wash Pants '
' 60c Khaki and Cotton Pants, straight leg styles, for little
fellows; knickers for older boys. Plenty of khaki and JC-
various plain cotton numbers. All sizes, pair '
A Cleanup of Wash Suits
All the popular new styles to be had at a big saving.
$2.00 to $2.50 Suits.. , .. $1.50
$1.25 to $1.50 Suits.... ......$1.00
, 75c to $1.00 Suits. .50tf
- The new daylight Drug
Store opens with remark
able values for everyone.
Graves' Tooth Powder, per
Pond's Cold Cream, 50c size
El-Perfecto Veda Rouge, 50c
Madam Isebell's FaiSe Powder,
50c size 29
, Armour's Stork Soap, 10c cake
Ida May Face Powder, box
for ;. 18
Melorose Beauty Cream, 60c
Heatherbloom Talcum Powder,
per can 8t
Kirk's Jap Rose Soap, per cake
William's Shaving Soap, two
cakes for 5t
Velvet Powder Puffs, the 25c
kind for 12t
Craddock's Blue Soap, cake 5
La Blanche Face Powder, the
60c size for -33
Mennen's Shaving Cream, 16ti
Gillette Razor. Blades, $1.00
package for 75t
Juvenile Soap, per cake..6
California Syrup of Figs, 60c
size for 33t
Hays' Hair Health, 50c size
Sal Hcpatica, $1.00 size.67
Putnam's Dry Cleaner, the 25c
size for . . : '. . .16
Physicians' and Surgeons Soap,
the cake -6c
(Main Flooi- Rear.) '
- July Clearance Sale of
Women's $3.50 and $4.00 Pumps at $2.35
Fine black kidskin, Bull mat kid and patent leather jJumps, ties
and low shoes, in a large variety of seasonable styles.
Women's $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 Pumps at $2.85
Pumps and low- shoes in kidskin, gunmetal and patent leather
with tan or gray cloth quarters and foxings.
Women's and Big Girls' $2.50 and $3.00 Pumps, at $1.98
Mary Jane pumps with ankle straps, instep straps or crossbar
straps; turn or welt soles and low heels.
Women' 50c Bathing Sandals at 19c
In black, white or colors; sandal effect or plain; durable canvas
Soles. Main Floor.
Muslin and Silk Underwear
Dressing Sacques-July Clearance
Choice of a Lot of Muslin Combina
tion., Eneelope. and Chemise, worth
to $2.00, at 850
Choice of a Lot of Jap Silk and Me
aaline Princes. Slip., in all colors.
Worth to $5.00 .'.$1.98
Choice of a Lot of Fancy and Plain
Crepe and Swiss Kimono., with fancy
borders, worth to $2.50 790
' Choice of a Lot of Silk Camisoles, in
flesh and white; slightly mussed,
worth to $2.50, at.-., $1.29
Choice of a Lot of White and Colored
Dre.sinf Sacque., slightly mussed,
all sizes. Worth to $1.00; clearance
Choice of a Lot of Whit Lawn Dress,
ing Sacque., slightly soiled from
showing. Worth to $2.00 4gJ
Choice of a Lot of Children'. High
Neck and Long Sleeve Slip., worth
' 39c, at Q
Choice of a Lot of Mi.se.' and Girl.'
Embroidery Trimmed Drawer., 3!)c
Choice of a Lot of Mine.' and Girl.'
Slip, and Gowns, worth to 69c, spe
Long and Short Silk Gloves
, In the July Clearance 50c
THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST wonderful of
ferings ii) a Clearance Sale that is simply full
of wonderfully low priced items. Most every
woman fully appreciates the fact that it is
almost impossible to obtain Silk Gloves at any
price in some stores right now Here we are
quoting a price' that would be marvelous if
conditions were normal MAKE THE MOST
OF THIS SALE FOR THIS PRICE, as far as
we know now, WILL NEVER BE - Cflr
REPEATED . . . . .......... t . ..Y. . .. V ,
- Long and Bhort styles, blacks and whites,
embroidered either black or white. Double
finger tipped and all pure silk. An opportuni
ty to stock for all summer.
July Clearance Knit Underwear
Woman' Union Suit., silk tops and lisle bodies, in all white and
pink and white. Cuff knee. All sizes. $1.26 values. Special. ..850
Women's Fine Lisle Union Suit., in the Nushape. Cuff and um
brella knee styles. Extra sizes. Regular 69c quality, spl., suit. . .500
Woman'. Fin Lisle Union Suits, cuff and umbrella Knee styles. All
sizes, 50c values, at ' 390
Boy.' Poro. Knit Union Suit., irregular quality. All sizes. Regu
lar 50c values, at 350
Miss.' and Girl.' Union Suit., cuff and umbrella styles. 25c qual
ity, per sirit . .190
Hosiery in the July Clearance
Women's fancy silk hose, plaids, stripes and other novelties, $1.50
quality, at . . .v . .'. . . .... . . v .... ... .'j. .$1.00
Women's pure dye thread silk hose. All colors, mostly shoe shades,
fashioned high spliced soles, heels and toes. - $1.00 quality. .650
Women's fiber silk hose, black and colors, seamless double heels,
toes and soles. 50c quality, at. ... . . . ............... . ...350
Women's fiber boot hoso, in blade only; seamless double heels and
toes i 12H0
Children's fin and medium ribbed hose, spliced heels and toes, at,
the pair ...12Vi
' July Clearance
All Thia Season'. Style. Dainty Swiss Neckwear.
Collar and cuff sets in plain cord trimming, Puritan
style. Also fancy Swiss embroidered effect, JQ
&te Bet is I ..... ......ee.t..ee..e...e
Coliar in Swiss, with fluffy ruffling trimming.' Ori
ental lace, pique coat collars, eyelet em- ... 1 Q-
broidered, at i . ........ A . .. . . . . . ; .
Ruf flings in white; also all the popular colorings for
collars and cuffs, best values ever offered, 1 C-
at, per yard. t . . . .. . .v. 'C
Neckwear, colored and white, valuea to 98c 9c
July Clearing Sale of Ribbons
4 H -inch all silk Moire Taffeta ribbon, splen
did value, at, yard. . . .
5-inch fancy Warp Print Ribbon, pretty for
hair bows and sashes, at, yard ,
' . . , . Main Floor. .
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