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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916.
Wheat Bales from Unchanged
-to Two Cents Higher, with
V Host of Sales at Advance.
CORN MARKET IS STRONG
Omaha, July 11. 1111.
7 Ths lecal iraln receipts wars sry llfht
today, hut there was a pretty fair demand
Car .varvlMn. ah tha Hat. Tha whaat mar-
t ruled from .unchanged to I eanta higher.
The. bulk ot the samples war Mid at a
1-caat advene, only a few cars of poorer
wheat selling t yestsra.Y'. prlcea.
' : Tha corn market was atrons and sold
frees .lt.e htfher. There was a food
Cask demand for all grades of earn and moat
at the samples were sold at a good ad--eve.
over yesterday's quotations.
The oats market was quit Irregular, the
standard oats selling a quarter lower, the
No. S whit selling unchanged and tha No. 4
whit oats selling at a half cent advance.
. Tkara waa vary little trading In rye ad
karlay and these marketa were quoted at
Cleareneee were: Wheat and flour, equal
to Wt.aea hush.1.; corn, 4.944 bushels; oats,
117. SO Bushels. - .
Liverpool cloes: Wheat, 10 84 higher;
Primary wheal receipts wsr 11,08 bush.
41s and shipments 446,689 bushsls, sgalnst
rsestpU s( bushels and shipments
of 911.404 bushels last yssr.
3 Mraary com raeelpte were T89.900 bush
sls and shipments 444,444 bushels, against
receipts at 654,046 bushsls and shipment of
199,44 bushel last year.
- Primary oats receipts were 696,606 bushsls
at, salnmanla 4T4.40 buahels. Sgalnst rs-
elpu of 8)1.444 bushels and shipments of
S84,60t bushels last year.
CAB LOT RBCBIPT8.
, ;.- i Wheat, Corn.
1.14",; No. I northern, ll.lsHOl.KK.
BRAN 117. 66019.66. i
CORN Tallow. II tt Ho. 1
OATH No. white. KHOIve.
OMAHA UatNKHAL MARKET.
ChMacw . . .
Wlselne . . .
. ; These galea were reported loaay .
' Wheat No. I hard winter; l-l car,
l.MH. Ne. I hard winter; 1 car, 91.41;
can 11.41; I i-t ears, 11.411 4 ears.
.,; cara. 11.64. N. 4 hard win.
rr:-l ear. to; 1 car, llo I eare, o: I
ears. SUte; l-l oars. 7c; oars. Mo: I
ear. Mo. iaraple hard wlntsr; 1 jar, 0;
t oar. Me. No. ( spring; 1 ear, II.lt. N.
durum : I ear. Mo.
- Ry N. 1: 1 ear, no. ... - :
.'flora No. I whit; ear. 74o. No. I
whits: I oar. 11 H. No. 1 yellow! I ear.
title. J4e. I yllow! l-l car. 74o. Sample
yellow: l-l ear, Mo. No. I mlsod: I oars,
lie., Ma t mlaad: t car, T9e; I gar, 1M.
No: 4 mlied: 1 ear, 14. No. ";
can. T4HO. No. mlisdi 1 oar, 74VJoi I
ear. H,o I 1-1 cara, Me. fampl mlaedi
l car. Tie; 1 car. tie; 1 car. lie; t ear, tie.
cStVlilt.nd.rd: 1 .. "J ft
ear. 94V,e; 1 ear, IH4e. No. 4 white:
I car Me. Sample white: t ear, 110!
dsn, 71o; oars, 7e. '
,. Omaha Cash Prlees-Whsatl He. t hard,
IMtV.01.69V.: No. I hard.
No. i Third, IIOIIo; No. I durum, 96444.l
No. I durum. MOMe. aj:; "
7t74lc; No. I whits, 7H474oi No. 4
white, f 7ll,c; Ne. lta. 74 VJ Hi
No. I white, 7101401 No. I '
T4tei N. i yellow, HwOjioi ;
law fle)7IUe: Ne. yellow, T4ti07le:
j't yellow. T1074e; Ni. I ml..". 14 J
VH" """. 7I07MI No. 4
MOlle; No. I ml.ed. H0'4J No. 4
nia4 9s7446e. Oau: No. I white, 110
tlOMHo; No. 4 white, I74,s)l9e. Ryei No.
1, Qlc; tie, S, 19 0 946. -.,
QMAHA Fl Tt'RK MAIIKJT. ' ','t
. ictrv. traaln t. Wheal! With OaU Bhew
iTfadlht t wheat continued active today
rf the trade In oats shswed eonslderabl
reJemM especially la the wept.mber
M"heat opened strong and advanced nboet
hut declined a fractlen befor th close.
"September and December corn
. closed a quarter higher. The oals mar
Kwastrog all during the session, and
both th September and December closed
'0mahV eioalnf prices on future. f.r thl.
"rThI' oorn',ark.t wss vary qulst during
s day ait trad. In this csal wss viy
High. ILow.IUIoss. at
1 MS 11 H '15S ' 1D
t SivS imk 'in.
71H !!. . 1H
; MS MS 4l5 ,'tn.
tti I 'itujl it .
Chicago closing prices, furnished The. He
ogan at mrran, ew.-
South SlatoentlreeL Omaha:
I II If
i ii mm
, UH 111!
: 4IU 4I4
41 li 41 W
II 14 II 10
14 71 14 41
It 07 II 04
II II II 11
II .41 II 41
II II II 17
. :. .
' 40O vl
riira for Fim durivd t
uomiui I Motor.
BITTTBR No l arMinTv. In frfont n
tub, Sto; No. I, 87c, OlMmarffAiin, high
(t frsid, In cartons, lb., 20c; lowtsst gradt,
l-'f.lthTRT attvm, undr f iN
SOOSftei hem, UHi pclsil routers and
tags. lOOIOVte; apringa, 4Do; imn, 10c;
ducke, Dtc; young ducka. Mo; turkey, I Jo;
old tomi. tic; capona. Sic; guineas, tic;
qua be, Il.t$l4.00 per doi; pigeons, 11.00
BltstiK CUTS Ribs: No. I, No. t. He:
No. S, 17u. Lot re: No. 1. 34c; No. S, ZSc;
No. J, 190. Chuck.: No. I, l!Ve; No. t,
lIUc; No. s, lZWc Rounds: No. 1, J?fco,
No. t, ITSc; No. J, lir. Pistes: No. 1,
lOHci No. t. 10c; No. S, fHc.
CHUkhH impuried tfwise. lb, 4o; domes
tlc Hwise, leo: biucaviviafj, Ilo;'"Blue Label'
ttrtctc UWc; "Mm tfeal" ilmburger, Sic;
Koquerort BocJet. 16c; Italian Romano.
ISc; full cream Wisconsin twins, 17 c;
daisies and triplets, 1Jcl Americas. 10 lbs.
MM'h, lb., ISHc; favorltee, I lbs. each, lb.,
iDVec; York Herklmirr, while, sue; Kummln
tist. Stc; Jsp Hsgu Kreuter, dos., 1.10;
Uederkrsns, II ; green cbllt cbeess, Sl.W;
Uvrren Imperlsl Club, fl.ao; McLaren Im
ireriai, medium. SI. 10; McLaren Imperial,
rexae, $.40; Koynl LunuB, medium, It. SI;
ftoyul lunt-b. larg. $-.40; small Koquefort,
mrs, 114; , large Koquetort, jar, $1 00;
I'linenUi cfaeirSe, In glass, l.ll; McLaren
deviled t!ht-se. Itc; McLuaren slppy cheese,
tu. Century or Philadelphia or .mm, $1
Atptllot 4io; Neufchwtel, 46c; lunch
I'hutrse. twu; Uoid Ucdai Canietiiuttrt, tt4u.
vnntmure Camimbert, $1.10; band-u.adf
cbeesv (t in Mil, we; rnoenli brand
tiK inM("'i4-d Mwln eheeaa, tins, per do.
Ifr 09: fbuenl brand fancy Camembert. line.
ton; rnocnix nrsria fancy dUnertcan cheese.
tfg. J.0; Italian Partneean. In sine, small.
IS.iu; large, Is.o; pesnut butter, jars, ivo,
11 4. SS.S0; i. It or U-it. pi!l lie.
f 18H Preah! Cstflsh. small. 17c: steak.
lie. Halibut, 14c Whltefleh, hard brlsht
Selkirk, medium, 11c; hard bright Selkirk
large, lie. Trout, No. L lie. Yellow piks.
.'. i, i.n3T, iTBc noKerei. aresseo. ne.
Salmon, Chinook rod, l-c, pink, 14c, Bull
heads, lie. Black bass, order sis. S4e:
odd alios, ITs. Croppies, medium, 10c; order
else, lis. Carp, Ns. 1. dressed, la. 6tek
odrisb (ehorefleli). 13c. Haddock, lo.
tinnmp, frssit beadles, gal.. i..t, pooled.
Idt.VO. Red snapper, ISo. Hpanlsh msokorel,
140, HunfUta. lc. WhlteUab, Lake Erie
Jumbo, I to. Flounders, fancy. He. Mackerel.
natlvs, lie. Shad roe, each. lOe. Frogs,
jumDO, aj.; meaiuin, i.7i.
. rrtslts mm4, Vegetable,
Fruit and se table o dotations furnished
oy ma oiunsKy rruii company;
orange: 19s. loo, box, S4: lis. l.
4.I0 160. It 14.71; SOOs. SISs, Hi S3 4s.
340s, SS.lt, Lemons: Ooldea Bowl. SOOs.
S0s, box, 1410; Golden Bowl, 420. ; ether
sunklst brands, 99. Orap fruit: California,
bos, 14.10! Florida. If. Flnsappleat Ifls,
lis, bos. 13.11; 42s, i II. Berries, Red
raspberries, ersts, lit black, raspberries,
$1,10. Cherries t Horn grown, erst, 18,60.
Currants, ersts, fl, Gooseberries: Crate,
it. ' uantaioupe! manaares. crate, it.ib
pays, IS.I0; flat. Il.ll, Apples: Ben
Davis, box, ll.lt. Deciduous fruits; Prunes.
Tragedy, box. 11.11; Diamond, blue, tl.ll;
plums, Burbanss, box, ii.h: large,
$1.11) medium, red, fLII. Watermelons:
Lb.,. I rotaioes. Ml. i. reacnes; uu,,
veobtableh: onions, can rem is. ib.,
4Hot oelery, dos.. lit begns, 1IO or wax,
bask., SOei lettuce, head, dos., lit beets.
oarrota. turntDs. snsi ots. raoisne. cot.,
lie; BSparsgu. dos., 40c; cucumbers, t-dos.
bsslu, Il.ll; csbbage, HO, lb., lei tomatoes.
KFW TORK llEKKRAL MARKET. (
QuoUtlofMi sf th Day en' tttd iwdwy
-.' Csmmodltles. -
Nw York. July 11.- FLOUR Stssdy.
WHEAT 4 pot. stssdy; No, 1 durum,
11.1144: No. I hard, 11,11; No. 1 north
ern, Duluth. II SIH; No. 1 northern, Man.
toba. Il.ll Vs. f. S. b., new York.
CORN Spot, easier; No, I yellow, lOfto
t. I.. New Tork.
OAT8 flnot. steady.'
HAT Steady; prime, H 46; No. 1, 91-40
I.I.UjI No. S, I1.2-013-; NO. I, ii.oco
HOPI4 Ouleti state, common to choice,
111, 194920O1 1114, IfJTo; Paolfle eosst,
lis. litniie. ,
Hinstt F rm Bogota, iaVoi ven
tral America. SSUc. .
LBATHBR Firmii BemiecK lint, lie
eeponds. ISc. '
PRO VI8IONR Pork, firm; mess. f.oo
IT. 86: short clear. ll6.OOOI7.SO, Beef, firm
family, $11,000 20.60. Lard, firm; middle
west, iii.ieoii.io, ,
TALLOW Steady! city, lc: nominal.
BUTTER Firm: wcelpts. SI.II1 tubs
creamery extras, smosioi firsts, iti
He: seconds, IIHVIlo,
EOOP Irretu an roeelpts. lf.ifl
fresh gathers extra fine. 14 e 17c; extra
firsts, ilcSIHe; firsts, SI9S4H0.
CHEEIHE Steady : receipts. 10811 eases:
atste whole milk, flats, sptrlals, UH4
lime: stats, averse fancy, liailve.
POULTRT Alive, rm; srotiers, xstyxse
fowls and turkeys, hot quoted. Dressed, rl
regular; broilers, 310130! fowls, 110110
turkey, lie. ., .
Hi, Loals Orsls Market.
tft Louis. July 11. WHBAT No. I red,
new. $1,1401.11; eld, II, 1101. 1; N.
I hard, old, i m; JUiy, si. us diq; oep
lemhiir. 11.87 01.01. '
CORN No, S. 81e: No. I whit. 110
12c: July. 71c September, 74U074HO bid,
OATS No, I, 404uo; no. i wnu.
LIYE ST0CK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Large and the
Prices Steady to Lower
Sheep Were Steady.
HOGS CLOSE SOME LOWER
Official Monday . . ,
asumats . Tuesday
Two days this week4 .!!
Same days last week. 1,411
Sim, days I wseks sgo 7,212
Mama days I weeks ago 1,09k
Same days 4 weeke ago 7.481
Sams days Isst year.. l,B4t
The following taltte ahows the receipts of
eattls, hogs and sheep at the South Omaha
llv atoek market for tha year to dale, aa
compared with last year:
1,11. 1,14. . Inc. Dee.
Cattle .... I1MD7 426,107 to, SCO
Hoea l.,2l.,,l 1.717.17, 2,4.112
Sheep 1.011,121 1.UI.H0 17,111
The following table shows th average
prices of hogs at ths Omaha live stock mar-
set tor tne laat few daya, with comparisons
CWCAOO OBAIN AMD FROT1HIONS.
Ier.nr Black nasi Sear Be,, VTheat
w. .VMM I'p. . . I . ''
'" r!Maa: Julv 11 Heavy Bailing to rea
Mu profits turned th, wheat market doWli
grade today aftsr aa advenes that waa
g. a decided broadening out ef black
swat sBBlalttta Tha cleaa waa unsettled.
aat lwr. with July 11.4114 and
September at II. .! Cora flnlabed
u mil as a ahada usv and oat. gained
4 He Vje. previsions, the out
i Mia. waa II te 44 esnts decline.
v fjiack rust eorapiainis earn ,ouar no.
tab from North Dakota but from South
,1eketa and Minnesota aa well. - la South
Dakota tee'5 plague was said by a well
kuewa authority 'te have been found la
.tba where wheat was atlll In bloom.
2a this eonnectloa gossip was earrent that
aetAfr black rust had never atarled en
a erep a early but what th result waa
atsMtreua. However, the en.ulug advance
. prleea aaade the temptation te seoure
profit, seem to alluring Is b Ignored. It
we pointed eut that the market. hstl scored
sV -total rcut advance' o( about 10 cents
and that at least a temporary reaction wait
e be loeked lor. .
- On th backward sweep ef wheat prices.
b, offerings Mctme too numerous to be
SmJUv ahaorbed. and the excellent harvest
weather la th southwest tended further lo
trine about declines. The break use finally
knocked by word that e3!iurt !, of
law has been muck lei for than ttas feu
-corn swayed with wheat, nry wealher
In ta aeuthwest, though, prevented any
material call In value. Oats held firm on
aeoauat ef bad crop reports from sswtern
tlmW and from part of lew. besides.
JUr war large als to a aeaooaiu. '
J Lower gueutlon en hoga weakened pre'
TUIona. Buying aspport was poor.
ru.ua Cash Prices Wheat : No. I
ieeavlnal; Ne. I red. 11.41: No. ! hard, 11.10
l.tli Ne. hard. 11.171k 1.11 S' -ern:
, . yellow, .lo; So. 4 yellow, 77
' it No. 4 wane, lieytsc. uaia: no. a win.
' 414te; standard. ,11! So. Rye: No.
V lie. Barley: llee. Seeds: Timothy,
V (.Hi clover. II. 44 til,. OS. Provisions! Pork,
, 44li.4: UreV IH.4T : ribs. 111.04
, MJTTER Unchanged. ' '
! HOaa Hteher: recelDla 11.411 cases
ts. IIUIIKe! ordinary firsts. II
e; at mark, caaca tncludod, ll22uja..
. rOTATOES Unchanged; recelpta. aw.
POLXTJaT lasy; fowls. 1414c) springs.
. X,le., ; ;. r- - , .
' : " City IMaeiM Market.
.". a-oaas City. Jaly 11. WHEAT Na.
. ll,l14l: No. I red. I1.4IO1.0I
', ll.Mkji sptmbr. 11.41; Osoembar,
"i'Hfl,ed. T47Te: N. I whits,
.lie: No. I yellow. 714107101 July,
shc: September, 7o; IMosrabsr,
vs Ne. I white, 3c; Na I mlied.
TTE Creamery, llci firsts, tie
--de. ike; packers, II e.
a first, lie
.JLTHT Hens, lie; meat ere, lie;
m. lac. .. ..
lie, Jaly 11 WHEAT Closed
, r r..wi e..i.Ts. vaaa;
I Ward, ill.; Ns. 1 aertaara, ILlltk
Data. 114. 111. 11,14. llll.ll12. 1111,
Juns III. , Ilk . , i , l t
Jun 11. I 47 4 7 44 I 41 t 4C I 14
Jdn II. I II w f 14 I II e f 44 I II
June II. I 41V, f II I 0, I 41 I 14
June 14 I 4141 I 2 If, I II 7 44 14
June II e I II I II I II 1 ;t e
Jun. II. 174k I II I 17 I II j Is I It
Juns II. t 40 a e I II I 4t 710 I 14
Juns II. I Iti t II 44 T 14 It
June II. t 411 Is 7 14 t II T II I II
June 10. t 1714 T 14 t II I II II
July 1 I l2Vi 1 11 ! IT I It I II I II
July I. (IVi T Ik I 10 I 7 II
July I I 174, e I 71 7 22 I IS
July I IIU f II It e 7 It f 24
July 7 I 14$ 7 II I 21 I II , ti
July I I lla t II I II I I! 1 II I II
July I I tl I II I 7k 7 II
July 10. I 70 I 16 I 47 I 70 1 14 I II
July 11 I 7 I 11 I 11 t It I II
W. A St. P. ,
Hluourl Pacific ... I
Union Paolflce ....
N. W.. esst. 1
C. A N. W., wsst ..- 17
St. P. M, O... I
C, B. A Q seat.. 11
C, B. A Q., west . . II
C. Ft. I. A P., ssst II
R. I. A P.. west 1
Chicago Ot. West. . I
Total receipts ...111 114 21 11
Morris A Co 147 2,111 , 111
Swift A Co 172 1,461 11!
Cudahy Packing Co. .1,241 ' l.lll :,oik
Armour A Co 141 1,60 1,717
Schwartl A Co ... Ill ,
J. W. Murphy ... lit
Lincoln Packing Co. . .81 " ... ...
S. Omahd Packing -Co. I- ... ...
Swift YKansao City).. l ... ; . ..
Cudahy (Kansas City) 71 ... ...
Hill A Son I .. ...
T. B. Lewis ,,
L. F. Huss Kg , ,,, . ...
Itossnstock Bros. ... Ill ... ...
P. O. Kellogg i
H. P. Hamilton II
Sullivan Bros.- 11 .
Rothschild A Krsbe . 101 ... ...
Higgles 1 . ...
Huffman ; II . i ...
Roth II ;..
Meyere '.11 . ...
Olsssberg 1 , ' ,
Banner Bros ', si ... .. ...
John Harvy ' ... ...
Dsnnla A Francis ..... It
Jensen A Lungrsn ... t ...
Other buyers .111 ... J T72
Liverpool Grain Mark!.
Liverpool, July 1 WHBAT Spot firm
Ne. I red western winter. 10 Id; No. 1
Manitoba, lis lai no. I atanuooa. is i.a
Kn 1 nominal.
CORN Spot stcaay; , amn-ioan, nw, ,oa
: New York Money Market.
New Tork. July 11. PRIMS UERCAN
TH E PAPKR 4 per cent.
ITHRLINIl BXCHANUB Slity-day bills,
li;.. n.maml. 4,.lt: cable.. II.-74 7-14.
BII.VB.il mr, . ;... ea.a uuua..
BONuD uovsrameni. , sieaay; , reiiroaa,
TlalB LOANS Strong: slity and 'Wlnsty
day. 4,.tr Pr cent; six mouths, 44)
usr cent. . :
CALL MONnY-MKrenf: highest: psr
oentl lowest, 4t I'er cent; ruling rate, I
per rent: last loan, 4H per cent; loalttf
hid, 4li per cent; offered at 4V, per cent.
tl R e. ?a. rea.. s, te'K. u. Bo. rer. fee so
do MUDun ... llaL A N. un. 4a. . . 4414
U. 8. la. reg..r.llio M, K. A T. 1 4a. 1Si
eo coupon ...loo ..to. rac. con, ee.iuio,
U. 8, 4s, r.g..fc.10kVjMont. Power Is. 48
do couiwn ...lit K. T. C. deb. 61. . . 1 1 a i
Am. Btnell. sa.;.ivh,. ftiy ,a..,v9
Am. Tel. A Tel, , N, V.. N. 11. A II
cv. 4Via It eV. ',,IIIH
Anglo.Krenrh is. ISViNo. Pso, (,..... II
Alcn. gen. ,s.... ss, uo jb set
B. A O 4s II Ore. S. h. ret. 4s. !,
Tteth. HI, ruf ,'.. It.e l'c, T. A T. it.lOOH
Cent. Tao. 1st.. SlUPetin. con. 4Vks..l04Vi
C. A O. eivtVka. ICt, do gen. H,i,,.1014
C, If. a w. h as. ir;ealing gnn. ,S'. Ski,
C. 111. A St. V. St. U A San. F. '
cv. as ..ioij rrr. ,s........ T3-R5
, R. I. A P. Ry. ' So. Psc: cv. ks.. .Itnafc
ref. 4s 74 H tlo ref. la ,
A S. ret. !,.. ISi.So. Railway ta.
. A 11. O. e. 4s. 7 U'tlon Psc. 4s. v. 0't
do 4s 614 do cv. in 131,
rie gen. 4s.. .. , 74,U. S. Rnhber 4S..102U
en. Rler ks. ..104141.'. 8. Steel ke I04U
(It. No. let 414. '. Union It,... tt
j. rer. ,s.... "w. niiec. cv. is.ll.
.. ... p. ... ir
Int. 11. U. '4Vnt.IlH' 'Rid.
.. ' tea" ee .Market. .
New Tlirk. July 11. COPPISB Th mar
ket for futurvs lost several points of lla
recent gains during today's trsdlng u,re
suit of acatlered realising, while ther may
stss nav Men om siung ror a reaction.
The opening was st e decline of I
paints snd prices sold ebout to II point:
net lower during the eerly trading, with
December selling al l.,ce. Blight rallies fol
lowed na covering and reporte of continued
firmness In the cost and freight situation,
but demand was by no means active
prices eased agalr. In the let (radlng, with
th rioss .showing a net loss of te 14
points. Seles, l,,7l, bage; July, I He; Au
gust, l.llel September, l.lle; October, I. lie
November, s.lso; pecemoer, s.klc; January,
t 47c; February, I He, March, lie; April,
l.lle: May. ..Me: jun. .7ls. Boot, eulet
Rio 7a, IHe: Santos, 4s, lllcl Ths cost and
freight merket was reported Arm, with soms
Of th ehapr oners, rrom aantoe showln
odvancea. quotations for 4s ranging from
about ll.tec t 11.00c e. the heals ef London
credit Private cables say arrapgsmsnt.
h.vs seen granted te limit Santos receipt
te 40,040 bats a 'day aftar August It Th
official cebtee reported no ehange tn spot
prices at either nie or sentee. but nie es.
change was lled hlghr and Santo futures
war uacBanfed te ss rate higher. .
New Tork, July 11. U ETALS Lead.
.!: spelter, dull: apet. Beat St. Lout do-
livery, It.lk eased; copper, dell; eleetrely.
uc Ks.sevis.; iron, steeay and
changed: tla. .tsady: spat effared at tll.ea.
At Laadoa: Spot copper. II. Futarea,
III; soot, tla, till llei futures, Ull. Lead.
aaei Bgsi.e.. aa. .
Omaha, July 11, 111.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 1,711 7,10k 1,005
... 4,400 10,400 7,400
17. 60S 11,406
.ecelpts snd JiSDO.Ition' if live atockl
the Union Stock yards. Omaha, for twenty'
tour nours ending et I o clock, p. m., yes.
RECEIPTS CARS. .
Cettls. Hogs. Sheep. HorY
Ok: yearling good to choice, I7.k0l.;
yearlings, fair te good, Il.7k07.lt; wethers,
felr to choice, 4.k07.7k: owes, good to
choice, 11.717.11; owes fair te food, 11.71
No. Ar. IT.
lot Idaho ewes, 17 II
II cull lambs II 10
01 Idaho lambs IS 71
1310 Idaho lambs Ik 10 7k
120 Idaho ewes ..Ill 7 10
100 Idaho owes 101 7 20
127 Idaho lambs 10 71
kO Idaho feeder lambs.. II 00
121 Idaho feeder lambs 17 I 00
17k Idaho lambs II H 71
261 Idsho lambs II 10 7k
II native lambs 10 10
14 native yearling ewes 101 7 71
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.,
Cattle Mead, Hog. Walk and Lower, gkaep
Chicago. July 11. CATTLI5 Raeelpte,
1,000 head; market ateady; native beef cat
tle, 17.1011.20; weatern steers. !I.1&.!0;
stackers end feeders, l.l0l.k0; cows and
heifer., 1.44I.I4; calvee, 11.1011.00.
HOOS Receipt. 11,000 head; market
weak; k10o lower: bulk ef Seles, 11.71
10.00;llght. s'.t010.00; mixed, . (410.10;
heavy, ll.4O01O.li; rough, l.40l.ki; pigs,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Roeelpts, 11,100
head; market, steady; wethers. 14.7101.10;
ewes, 12.2407.10: lambs. I7.IO011.IO.
St. Louis Live Steek Market.
St. Louts. July II. CATTLE Receipts.
7.400 head; market, stsady: native beef
steers. 7.i0U.I0; yearling stssrs and
heifers. l.i010.li: cows, li.kO!.!!;
Blockers and feeders, ll.iOOI.IO; Tesas and
Oklahoma steers, U.kOOI.IO; prims year
ling stsars snd heifers, l.7kll.li1 eews
and helfsrs, Ik. 001.00: prime southorn
stssrs, 11.0010.00; natlvs calves, fl.00
HOGS Receipts. 1.100 head: market,
lower: pigs and lights, l.7k10.10; mlied
and butchers. 11.1010.11; good heavy,
lio.loffl 10.15; bulk of aalea. 11.1010.10.
KHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,400
head; market, strong: wethers, 14.00 01.00;
clipped ewes, 14.001.00; clipped lamb.
11.0010.00; aprlnf latnbe, 7. 0010.10.
Kaasae City Lira steek Market.
Kansas City, July 11. CATTLE Receipts,
10,100 hesd; merkst stsady; prime fed
steers, 110.0010.40; dressed beef stssrs,
I7.74rl.k0: western steers. 17.0011.00:
Blockers and feeders. l. 101.11; bulls, 11,71
7.k0; celvee, s.kOVll.o.
HOGS Receipts, 11,000 head; market
stsady: bulk of .alee, . 708. Ik; . heavy.
.lkI.U; packet and butchers, 4.7k0
10.0k: ll.hL Il loai tO: pigs; li.00l.4k.
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts, klOl
heed; market, stvady; lamb. I.SO10.!I;
yearlings, 17.101.10; wethers, 11.107.10
wes, SS.Tt(p7.1ll. -
Rtenz City Steek Market, '
' Sloui City, July 11 CATTLEV-Rec.lpt.
2.100 heed;' merket stsedy; native stssrs.
l7.kOAI.k: cows and heifers. Ik.7iai.tt
calves, 17.1011.10; bulls, stags, etc.. 11.01
HOGS Rseelpts. 1,000 head: markst 10
10c lower; keavy, l 601.11; mlied, W.tO
t 60; light, M.4O0I.IO; bulk ef sales, M.4I
SHEEP AND LAMBS Reoelpts, -,IM
hsad. ' . '
Rt Joeeph Un Stock Merkst,
St. Joseph, July 11. CATTLE Receipts.
1,000 head; market lower; stsers, 17.04
10.10; cows and heifers, 14.101.71; celvee,
HOOS Receipts, 10,100 hsad: market
alow; top, I: bulk ot sale., lt.70Ot.40
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,000
head; market slew; lambs. 110.0010.70
NEW YORK STOCKS
Farther Enforced Liquidation
of "War Brides" and Other
. Kindred Specialties-
MeAinr issues .affected
New Tork. July II. Farther enforced
llauidatlon or "war brldea" and other epe-
cUKlu of kindred deecrtptlon tu WltneeMd
today, the MlUn movement oeinc more
active and eomprtetntr an unuual number
of luaea. Only a few epeolal itocke were
pared In the eenee that their loeeea were
comparatively nominal. ,
united statee indnetnai Aieonoi, yesier-
day'e Mneatlonalty weak featare repeated I
Ite low price of fl.ff7H. out raJitea to fi.it.
and cloeed at 11.11 Kj, a net gain of ie.
American coal products added il poinu
to lte eetbaek ef the prerlouo day, resalnlni-
about hk nd Oenerml Chemical yielded eu
points on very few transactions. - -
incidentally tne vreaa in iom pamcmar
leeue whose by-prodats enter Into the man
ufacture of explosives was in pan aecnoea
th arrival of tne oerman snnmanne.
laden with dye stuffs and chemicals. More
likely, however, their depreciation resulted
mainly from a weakened technical market
There was constant selling of the ship
ping Issues with declines of !vH points
In United Fruit and Atlantic Gulf and West
Indies, while Mercantile Marine preferred
helped to add to the depression of the
final hour wun an extreme ascuno t i
Btudebaker featured the motors, falling
7 points, with five for Maxwell and over
three for Chandler. Mexicans were at first
disposed to Improve, but reacted sharply n
disturbing rumors from the- southern bor
der, Petroleum losing four points, with two
for American Smelting and Green Cananea.
CooDers and metals were again iu-wi
to short seMIng, based in some moasure on
the feverish state of the foreign markets.
. it. m-A invMtmAnt stocks In general were
more moderately depressed, losing a Pflnt
or thereabouts, with aa much for United
States Steel. Bethlehem Steel's maximum
loes of m points followed reports of dam
age by fire to one of the company's plants.
Total saiee or siocas amwuuiw "--v
shares. . .
Teeterday's flurry in can toans was ni
repeated, the Maximum rate Ming e per
cent, with a free supply at 4 In the after
Bonds were heavy wun exisnsivv
ef Anglo-French in at psr ceni far
yesterday. Total sales of bonds, par value.
United states Donas were uncnanaau n
call. -' 4t
Number or leading sates ana quoiauoiw
on the stock markets:
i saies. uign. low. ,mvw.
Il,00 SDj l
TOUIS ,! 10.311 7,74
CATTLB-w-There was another fair ran of
cattle today, ITS cars being reported In. For
m iwo aars ins letai amounts to t.zsi
head, the largest of any recent. week and
lani" than a year ago by over 1,009 head.
i ne marxet was asaln slow, whl e the
tendency was downward. The general mar
het on killing cattle could hardly be quoted
otherwise than steady to 6010c lower. Some
good weighty besves sold up to 110.40, the
same top that was paid the latter part, of
jail weex. reeaers were a itttie more plen
tiful and buyers took ad van teas of the situ
ation to bear the market a little, there be
ing s general feeling among feeder buyers.
inai prices oa such cattle are too high.
(juotatlofi on rattle: Good to choice
beeves, tt.SSO10-40, fair to good beeves.
LSI; good to ehelas yearlings, 0.a0e 10. 16 ;
(air to good yearllegs, t.SOtI.IO; common
te fair yearlings, 7.ls)I.S0; good to choice
heifers, 7.1S8..l, good to oheloe cews.
te.7saT.Tit xeir to good cows, I6.40.7S:
common to fair cows, $1.71 0.00 . good to
choice feeders, I.00I.I0; fair to good feed
ers, $7,1101-00; common to fair feeders,
ll.IBv7.lt, good te choice tochers, IT.7S
01.40; Lock heifers, $0.0007.31; stock
oowe, $B.IO07.OO; stock calves, IO.7S0I.SO;
veal calvee, $I.S6011.SS beef bulls, stage,
etc., $0 BO07.II; bologna bulls, le.t0Ol.t0.
- , BEEF STEERS.' '
No . A. Pr. No. ' At. Fr.
11...... 177 $7 10 . 14 ISO $t an
4 70 7 40 1 1141 7 41
!.'... ..1111 7 10 I, 101
10 1114 I 00 St.... ,.1204
IS. .....llll 0 SI 40 1184
1SSS I 40 IJ......1S70
U. ...1671 10 40
BTEERB AND RtBIFERS.
. 761 I 71 SI 061
., 711 I 10 44...... 140
. 117 t 10 0 678
. IS7 IS II...... 100
. I6S I 10 IT 710
. 140 10 II
, I4T I 00 S3 100
.1010 I 00 ft 1034
.looo i so ' t un
,.1011 10 S 140
I...... 100 I 00 1......14T0
100 10 7B 1 ISO U 00
1 1011 7 IS f
mHir-aooa noes were a littia mom
Pienutui tnan on tne riret day of the week,
but shipping demand continued fairly broad.
and the market opened, firm. Shippers and
some of the packers gave prlcee that were
fully steady to. If anything, a little etronger
on the early rounds, approximately a half
of the total offerings being purchased on
Othere of the killer buyers, however, asked
lOo 'reduction from the outset and while
triey failed to aet thlr hose at'a full dim
decline, they did not come far from car
rying their point. After the more urrent
orders had been filled, movement elowed
up and prices dropped to at least a nickel
lower level, 'while most of the sellers who
had hogs on the later market called prlees
601Oo lower. . ' ...,-
.uenerai traae was anywhere from steady
to strong on tne early rounns to in ex
treme esses ss much as a dime lower later
on, aver go eost showing a decline of less
than a nickel. Bulk of the sates was made
at I0.I0OI.70, there being a scattering of
tne plain and- t runny . kinds under tnts
an read, and a pretty good ehowtng of the
timet desirable kinds upwards from 10.76,
the top for the third time In three days
landing at tne year e nign tlgure, f.t&.
, IiepreOcnatlve sales:.' - " v
No. Av, Bb, Pr. No. A v. fin. Pf.
w26S ' ... II 15 ' S7..3U6 ... (I 40
60.. 200 10 I 46 . 01. .SCI ... 0 TO .
II. .290 I T6 71. .140 120 0 60'
I6..S.1T , 4fl I IS ; .41. .ISO ... 110
S. .314 40 I 16
SHUBF- The flret two hoars lb this
morning's lmt trade were oompsratlvely
lirelvks. faoKers needed everything jtnat
was here, but rrfutivd to give more then
steady price, while eellera thought them
selves entitled to another advance, rock
ers finally-carried the day, movement etart-
llig la pretty guod season at prices that
were ouotea strong to a utile miner in a
spot or two; but as a general thing were
just ruly steady, , Uest lambs again stopped
at no.7t, other rangsre setting nown to
110.40, As wss the case jvesterday. It did
not take long to clear the barn once traders
got down to business. -
Scarcity ot feeders continues to feature
the trade. Buyers want tne lamtw oaaiy
enough, but It Is just a case of ne lambs
to be had, What tew were on offer today
sold fully Otsady to a little stronger, several
small lots selling at $0.00, with a double
deck of Wyomlnga, which waa, by the way.
the only full load oa etrer at li.vit
highest pries -ever paid for feeding
lamoa a inie season oi tne rear, ax lomu
of Wyoming owes that were none toe well
supplied with teeth were bought aa breed
ers at $1.60.
- Old sheep- were comparatively scarce and
prices again ruled strong, some lots being
Quoted higher. Raaxe ewe that were only
fair reached $M6 today, with others as
high aa $7.10. A few young native ewes
went to a packer at IT. is.
Quotations on sheen and lambs: Lambs.
good to choice, $10.00010.70: Iambi, fair to
few H.TS01O.IO1 sent feeders, .I0
New Tork. July ll.--M20TTO.V-Fu. urea
opened steady; July, lS.I7e; October, 11.01c;
December, ll.llc; January, ii.ioo; March,
Futures closed steady: July, 13.100, Oc
tober, 12.07c; December, 11,14c; January,
11.20c: March. IS.ITc.
Spot quiet; middling uplands, lt.00o;
sales, 3.4U bates,
Th. -t-ittfi. maetiet flnaeft steatlv at
decline of rom 1 to 7 points for the day.
Liverpool, July 1 1 , cotton spot freely
ottered; prices easy; gooa mianiing, s.iia;
middling, 0.06d; low middling, I.IOdt mIm,
Uva Stek la Right, - '
Cattle. , Hogs. Sheep.
St. Louts 7,400 0.400 1,400
Chicago 3,000 21,000 14,000
Kansas City ,..., .10,000- 11,000 .$,100
Sioux City ....... 3.100 . 0,00i 1,600
Omaha 4.100 10,600 . 7,400
Totals 17,600 . S0.100 11,400
S Evaporated Apples awl Dried FruM.
New Tork. July 11. EVAPORATED AP-
PLESPull; fancy, 7H0Tfco choice, $0
SHc; prime, SH06HC -t
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, firm; Califor
nia, 00s to 40s. 7H0He, Oregons, 'T0
11c. Anrlcots, aulet and steady; choice, tic
extra choice, lie; fancy, 11 c. Peaches,
more active; eholce, lc; extra choice, Uo;
fanoyr 7c Raisins, steady; loose Muscatels,
I0lc; choice to fancy seeded. 714010
seedless, 8010-ec. ;-
London Stock Market.
London, July 11, Business was msagev la
American securities, wnioa closed easy.
silver Bar, 3d per ounce.
MONEY 404U per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short bills, ! per
cent; tnree monina, 040784 psr cepi.
Dry Goods Market.
New Tork. July 11. Cotton goods are
Arm and moderately active today. Tarn
were firm with Inquiries for stock yarns In
creasing. Men's wear mills booltM a satis
factory spring business.
Negro Who Attacked
Girl is Bound Over
Under Heavy Bonds
Aaron Davis, a negro, who robbed
and brutally beat Miss Blanche Mon
roe, 17 years old, 2308 Harriio.i streets
at l wenty-third and folk streets Sat
urday, was bound over to the district
court, with bonds fixed at Si.UW.
In Auto Collision
Susie Peasinger, stenographer in
the-city legal department, .suffered a
fractured law at 1:15 o'clock yester
day afternoon when an automobile il
which she was riding turned turtle
at Thirty-third and Davennort streets.
The' machine was struck by a Truax
laundry car, driven by Fred Whit
man. The laundry car also turned
over. - . . '
Marian Peasinger, k sister, suffered
a fractured leg, while Albert Feas
inger, at the wheel, escaped injury.
The Peasinger sisters were taken to
at. Joseph s hospital.
Plan for Douglas County
'; Night at King Ak's Den
Out at the Ak-Sar-Ben Den next
Monday night is to be designated as
Douglas county night, an. occasion
when the men from the county will
come in to swear allegiance to King
.k. upon mis occasion tne union
Pacific will run a special train from
Elkhorn, stopping at intermediate
stations, briiiatins in the joiners.
Elkhorn sends word that 500 of the
men of that town and the country
near bv will be aboard. It is exoected
that there will be large delegations
from Waterloo and Valley. .,
Carload of Undesirables
. i Passes Through the City
X carload of undesirable citixens
has just passed through Omaha. Im
migration Officer William R. Mans
field' of Denver came to Omaha to
order the loading of the undesira
bles" here. The car started at Seattle,
took on those ordered deported at
various places and Is proceeding to
New "York, where the aliens will be
Shipped to their respective native
S00 129 H
Am. Best sugar..
Am. Car Found.
Am. Smalt Ret.
Am. Sugar ftsf. ...
am. Tel. as xei...
1m 7.1ns I. 4 I.. 11
Anaconda Copper. . 10,300 SO
Baldwin Lecomot .
n.lllmnra A Ohio.
Brook. Rapid Tr..
Hutta at Sun. Con..
Csntral Leather. . .
CbesapaaKs s umo
C. M. It. Paul.
c. R. I. a P. Ry..
Chlno Copper..... 2,300
Cole. Fuel iron. 4,uo
Corn Prod. Ref... . 300
Crucible Steel... 11.400
Distiller's Security 4,10,
Ot.- Northern pfd..
Ot. North. Ore etfs
Inter. Con. Corp:..
76 . 70
700 179 178
1,300 63 62
1.700 61U 41
1,900 97 97 ' 9
300 130 130 . 1Z
tl ISO - IIU SOU 2014
44 43 42
14 14 14
72 70 70
43 41 41
4,000 39 36 36
300 166 166 166
400 119 119 119
: TOO 34 16 36 H
Inspiration Copper. 14;900 '61 ' R09t 60
Inter. Her. N. J... 300 113 113 USV
Int. H. M pra etrs s,7oo st
V. C ftautharn 1.000 28
Xenneeott Copper. 11,400 44
Louis, al rfasn -
Nex. Petroleum.... 43,600 101
Ulaml CoDDer. ..
at.. K. a Tax. pta.
N. X. central
N. T.. N. K. K...
Norfolk at West...
Northsrn Pacific .
P. rifle Tel. A Tel.
Ray Cen. Copper.. 4.109
Rep. Iron eV Steel. 1,300
Bhet. Ans. copper. v . ,
Southern Pacific. 1.700 97 97
Southern Railway. 3,100 94 3
Btudebaker Co 19,900 132 136
union r-acuie pra. .
u. 8. ina.
U. B. Btael
titan, copper.. r... S.ooo
wabaen pfd. ev
Total aaiee ror tne oey, sss.voo snaree.
8 agar igarket,
Maw Tork. July 11. SUGAR Raw.
atoedk: esntrlfugal. 6.4ae: molaesss, 6.63c
refined, steady fine granutated, 7.660, Su
gar future, wer. qul.t - aad about un
changed during the forenoon.
1 641 6
49 94 S6
63 63. 68
16 16 16
. . 14
3.300 61 60
1,900 191 180
900 113 112
I. 300 30 19
upper. 8.700 ,81 10 31
m... 4ii tl2 197 199
e 7.400 116 5 137 137
aclflo pfd 81
d. Alsohel. 11,600 114 10T 111
isel.. ...... 66,406 84 64 84
Ml Pfd 400 117 117 117
opper..r... S.ooo f6 76 76
Pfd. "B".. 1,600 17 17 17
Union..., 709 99 91 91
h. Elect.. , 9.900 66 66 66
Don't Use Dangerous
It la M ttnneeMisiT Tltk. Um thc -safo
vntlssptlo Knd germlelds, Abtorbln. Jr.
It kills grmt quickly ntl turelr without
ny pOMtbltlty of harmful reiulta; made
of pw hrb, non-polBoneu, and thr la
no dan(r whatever If the children get hold
of the bottle. Tt retains tta germicidal pew
era oven when diluted one part or Absorbing,
Jr., to H parta water e.nd lta anttaeptlc
powara one part Abeorbine, Jr., to 200 parU
The germicidal pro pert Ine. of Abeorbine,
Jr.. have been tested and proven both In
laboratory and actual practice. Detailed
laboratory report mailed upon requtit. -
Uo Abeorbine, Jr., wherever a Helment
or germicide ta Indicated; to reduce apraine,
wrenchea ana awoiien veins ; u neai ouie,
brutaea and sores.
Abeorbine, Jr., 1.00 and (2.00 per bottle
at druggtata or postpaid.
A liberal trial bottle postpaid for loo In
statnpa, ...-. . t . . ,
w, r, touno. p. d. r..
IM Temple 8L, Springfield. , llaaa.
(Ssast-Aaanal latMaat) ;
.. .ON , ,
. ProductiTS) . Nebraska
Every Farm Personally Inspect
d by a Member of the firm.
Payne Inrestment Co
837 Oaaaha Natl Baak Bkig.
Coolest Spot in Omaha.
Starkey't Serenadert '
Every Afternoon ; ;
Every Evening ; '
01 I lib I
office for a Real
Estate firm with a
At the head of the stairs on the first floor, oppo
site The Bee business office. This would make
it especially convenient for people who want
to deal with a real estate firm having houses for
, It is almost as good as a ground floor-location,
and the rent is very reasonable, indeed.
Price, per month . . . .30.00
It carries with it all the advantages of service in
THE BEE BUILDING
Apply to Building Superintendent, Room 103.
Have moral codes been shattered?
Are social ethics gone?
Is humanity in the grip of evil?
The Answer to These Questions
Will Be Found In ?
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i a 1 1 1 a riw;
By Louit Tracy
Featuring Jackie Saunders and Roland Bottomley
A sensational master plot in fourteen
' episodes showing the real side of hu
manity. Each episode exposing the.,
evils of society. First of the wonderful
feature productions in the new
$5,000,000 Pathe" Serial Program.
. Don't miss itl
at the Better Theatres i
Read th Story In
The Omaha Bee
Tonight, at 8:30, Big DoubU BUI,
Otto, the Traffic Cop."
. EXTRA TONIGHT
' Thursday and Friday Nights
"ONE SUMMER IN
Adults, 10c. C Children, 5c
-..OMAHA VS. TOPEKA
FRIDAY, JULY 14 LADIES' DAY
Oaraaa Celled at 3ilS
BOX SEATS AT BARKALOW BROS.
When going away order
sent to your summer address
" Telephone Tyler 1000
eVsjk fee Ctreulatiea Dspartaasat, .
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in
Claytoa 4 Leaale.
Continuous Vaudeville aad Pbataplaye.
Horn, ef PARAMOUNT
Jeasa L. Lashr Presents the Celebrates!
- Photopley Artist
In "THE DUPE."
A PhateeVama ef Suaresaa Mar It.
"An Innocent Magdalene"
"TiW Flemes ef JohaBnis."
Alsa a Ceerte Aa. Fable.
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