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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY. JULY 17, 1916.
REAL' ESTATE IMPROVED
Between Jackson and Jones on 13d At.,
rooms with alt the latest convenience,
such as bullt-tn bookcase, buffet, sun
room with French doers and many handy
arraniementa in kitchen and entry; U
oak finish and floor; house tar papered
before sided and shlntled; built by day
labor, the beat of material used. Let us
how you this place,
SCOTT & HILL CO.
Pouf. 1001. around Floor, McCague Bids.
A FINISHED PRODUCT.
TEN-ROOM BUNGALOW BUC TO CAR.
Adjoining Clalrmont; finest of oak fin
ish, selected oak (double floors); floors
very room; roomy closets; linen closet;
bullt-ln faaturas. Price leas than cost to
duplicate. Can five you beat of terms.
This weak only, $3,250. Call
OSBORNE, 701 Oma. Nat'l Bk Bid. D. 1474.
WEST FARNAM CORNER.
Modern s-room bungalow, with corner
vacant Room to build two brick flats.
8 P. BOSTWICK A SON.
BARGAIN AT $1,800.
Wast end, house and lot. Ilul Daven
port . Call 141 Lin mi In Blvd. Hsrn-y 1738.
Just listed, a beautiful bungalow Just
west of Kountsa Park, betwenn 20th and
24th; 6 rooms, with combination sleeping
porch and sun room; oak finish and oak
floors; has built-in fireplace, colonnade
openings, built-in bookcase, and buffet ;
on paved street, 1H blocks from car line;
less than a half block from park. The
entire attic of this bungalow Is plastered
and finished, which would give you am
ple space for two more rooms with a vary
little crt. If desired. We have a very
close price on this. Would bo clad to
show you before you buy.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
Out-of-town owner will sacrifice In or
der to raise money. Five-room cottage,
all modern, good furnace, three large
rooms on first floor; two bedrooms and
bath upstairs; paved street; located at
1601 N. 84th St. Price out from IM0Q
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. 1009. Ground Fir. MaC&gue Bldg.
T rooms and sleeping porch, strictly
modern, and In good condition. Price
14,600; terms. Located 4107 N. 48th St.
NORRIS & NORRIS,
400 Bea Bldg. Phone Douglaa 4270.
Good lot Bedford Ave., with I -room
house; well; rents 110; easy payments;
11,260. A bargain.
GEORGE O. WALLACE, 614 Koellne.
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district resi
dence for sale. F. V. Knlest 9516 N. ISth.
c-ROOM oungalow. brand new. all modern,
oak floors throughout; oak fin tab In liv
ing and dining rooms; large, light white
namal bedrooms; good location; restricted
addition. A bargain at 11,160. Easy
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
4)42 Paxtop Bite. Doug 1719.
FOR QUICK SALE 1746 8. 28th St.. 9
rooms, $1,600; 1747 S. 28th St., t rooms,
$1,600. Will consider trade for St. Paul
property. Address H. L. Turner, 12-14 E.
flth 8t.. St. Paul, Minn.
FOB. RELIABLE AND SAFB
FIRE AND TOKNADO INSURANCE
O-NEIL'B R. E A 1N& AGENCY,
414 Brandft Thtr Bldf Tyler 1014
9079 8. 16TH 7-r. mod., newly-painted, pa
pered and varnished; street paved; $24.60.
Barks at Musll. D. 6967.
i-ROOM house, all modern, for sale. $620
Pacific. Phone Harney I1J.
Two-story frame house, 8 rooms and
bath, basement with cement floor, fine
garage, lot 60x124, with alley, nice shade
trees, one-half block from 24th St. car
line, close to publio school and near Catho
llo parochial school, handy to churches
of praetically every denomination, paved
streets, paving all paid. This la a bar
gain; price withheld as owner Is asham
ed to advertise so low a figure.
C. A. GRIMMEL,
fit Om. Nat, Bk. Bldg, Phunc D. 1615.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
After looking at MINNS LUBA 30U dif
ferent buyers decided tr it It wu to. boat
proposition on tho tnark.t And they
backed their Judgment by BUYING lota
It YOU will com. out today you wlh
understand wby otbere r. buying.
CHARLES W. MAKT1N & CO.
lit OmihA Natl B.nk Bldg.
CUMING, near 29th St.. 22 or 44; must be
.old to cloee estate. Qrlmmel. 840 Omaha
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
I dandy vacant lota. yj block to oar
ttM ovt to 11.000 caah for quick aala,
CALKINS A CO..
Douglas 1118 City Nat. Bank Bldg
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Oo oat to Lynnwood today and sea the
beautiful lota wo are sailing from 1460
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug. 601. 1607-8 W. O. W. Bldg.
TOR BALE, SUBURBAN ACREAGE.
II H acres en paved road, 1 miles of
Benson. Choice land. AH In corn. Won
derful opportunity. Pries IB SO. Easy terms.
Might accopt residence as part pay.
J. A. ABBOTT, Real Estate, Omaha.
1 ACRES, Including big 'crop blackberries
and grapes, 4 miles N. W. postoffloa.
VOR BALE Five Improved acres; $400
Sroflt yearly. Apply Mrs. Pallas, 6111 Mc
JlWdEBJ B-room modern oungalow. Built
by us 11,760. On easy terms.
U BKLBT at SONS. Phone Dong. 111.
Dundea ' bungalow. Walnut 1666.
Dundee lot. 1016. Walnut 1666.
I. sens near Dundea Walnut 1661.
tNB ACRE OF GROUND l-ROOM HOUSE
1100 CASH, 116 A MONTH.
This aera of ground la located about H
mil north of riorence, on tho macada
mised road to Blair; has several small
fruit trees, S rows of grapes across the
acre, larga asparagus patch, balance In
potatoes and truck farming. Tha owner
Is willing to take $1,750,
PATNB INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 1711.
THREE ACRES FOR SALE.
One-half orchard, one-half alfalfa; high.
tightly, smooth land; Blrkhouser. addi
tion, platted, II city lots, cheap; near
twostreet car lines. Tel. Walnut 1111.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
&HB remarkable increase In BBS Want
Ada oan be traood to only one sourcs
good results at law oost than any other
Omaha pa par.
PAID WANT ADS
fa trst five months of llll than In
earns rmnoa in int.
to JL, Unproved, Call, for merchandise.
40 a., Improved, Colo., for Omaha noma.
61 a.. Improved, Iowa, for Omaha cottage.
$1,000 first mortgage and $8,000 cash for
each. Neb. or western Iowa farm,
W. T. SMITH CO.,
P. till. 114 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
CLEAR downtown Income property for
seven-room house . In Dundee, Hanscom
park or Field club district. Assume or
pay difference. Owners only. W. Q.
Templeton, 603 Bea.
AR MS,-Ranches, Residences, Apartments,
Merchandise stocks. Income of alt kinds.
Can match any deal of merit.
J. A. ABBOTT 4 Patterson Blk.Omaha
WILL exchange equity of IA60 In good 6-
room house for auto; modern except heat.
nape. Address A 460, Bee.
sARMH, ranches, city property, acreage and
Investments for sals and exchange.
Morgan, 1911 Cuming HL Doug. 2461.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
;AN tell or exchange anything you have
to offer C J. Can an, McCague Bldg.
BQU1TY in good -r. houae for cottage
worth ll.itiO Coif as 1061 after 10 a. m
HOTEL and furniture at Dallas. 8. D. ,
whangs. D. 1707 Toland ft Trumbull
KtAt tMAl t investment
WM COLKAX, 706 Keallna Bldg.
Real astata, elty property, larga ranches
BARGAINS in business and residence prop
erty. O. P. Stebblns, 1110 Chicago.
REAL ESTATE BW Prty
FOR SALE 24x132. faces three straets;
near new Ford building; splendid manu
facturing site. Address, B-411, Bea
MONEY TO LOAN ON
Apartment houaee. doubt, brick noueeo
single houses, bualneae property and (ami
lande at 6 per cent, IVj per cant gt I pr ot
W. H. THOMAS.
221 Keellne Bid Douglas 2141.
)MAHA b.mes. Eaat Nebraaka farme.
(I'KKEKE REAL B8TATD CO..
101 Omaha Nal'l. Phone Douglaa 2T11.
MONEY to loan on Improved (arm. and
ranchaa. We also buy good (arm mort.
gagea. Klok. Inv. Co.. Omaha.
KbIAL ttb'l'ATK ioana. an per cant. Se
D K BUCK 41 CO..
11 Omaha Nat Bant
W. T. GRAHAM,
MONET on band (or city and
(arm Ioana H. W Binder. City
National Bank Bldg.
CITY and (arm Ioana. I, IMj. per cent
J. H. Dumont Co.. 41 Keellne mag.
UiANa- 6 6ts Per1 cent LOANS
TH08. L. UcOARRT,
Keellne Bldg Red 4144.
CITT Ioana a apeclalty. Loweat ratea. Flret
Truat Co., D. 1151. 803 Ho. ism at.
n A DVI M QDC 146 Omaha
- -i UONKV HARRISON MORTON.
1 PCU tin Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
1100 to llO.noo mad. promptly. F D. Wead.
Waad Bldg.. l.tn ano rarnarq pta.
Abstracts of Title.
Pucrcntoa Atalncl Wo can bring
VjUdiiili Lcc down your abatract on
abort notice R. 7. Patteraon Bldg D. 1147.
Title, Guarantee and Abatract Co!;
rVcrr os Bo. 17th St.. ground door.
Bonded by Maaa. Bonding A Ina. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldeat abatract o(
fle In N.bra.ka ?llfi Brandle Theater
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Colorado land excursions, axpens s paid. C.
L. Nethaway. Florence, web. Florence i,
BEAUTIFUL bay front eatate, 100 acres. I
building". Very healthy. Halt a1 and
plnas. 110.00 an acre. Improvements
cost 911,000.00, Owner, P. O. Box 4411,
Nlcetown Station, Philadelphia, Pa.
CHEAP FARMS--Any slsa, aaay terms. In
tha beautiful Ozarks of Dent county. Mo.
W. 8, Frank. 101 Neville Block. Omaha.
2,600-ACRB ranch south Cherry county.
Plenty of hay. Olva away prtca of 11.71
per acra. Buy this and make yoursalf
f32 Keellne Bldg.
4S0 ACRES Keith Co. land for sals, or will
trade for good, clean atook or dry goods,
groceries or gents' furnishings: $1,000
worth of Improvements on place; priced
right; 14.000. W. N. Orcutt, Belmar. Web.
FOR SALE by Owner. Fine farm In Rogue
River Valley, Southern Oregon, oloss to
good town. Pacific Highway and large
variety of famous mineral springs of that
locality. Climate and scenic attractions
unexcelled. Price, $46,000. For detailed
Information address O. B. Hegardt, Port
land, Oregon. (Personal).
iiti'l literature and mapa on tho obeapeet
p ' : land In United States.
BAKER A TILLOTSON.
!tr tjnd Douglas Sta.. Omaha. Dong. 1111.
ARE YOU OOINO TO BUT LAND 7
If so, ft n copy of our Journal fit.
It has lands, elty property and stacks
of goods advertised from nearly every
ststa. So that you can find Just what
you wtsh In itg columns. Bstabllabsd
II years, reaching 18.000 read era. Sand
lie for one year s subscription, or 11 for
FARM AND REAL ESTATE JOURNAL.
i-A. to 6 A. tracts on car Una, Easy
C. R. COMBS,
811 Brandels Thea. Bldg. Doug, alll.
Horses -Live Stock Vehicles
F r Sale.
ONE dark bay and one light bay horse.
about 11 or 12 years old; 14 hands high;
1,000 pounds each; clipped ears; picked
up July 6 th, 1916, and Impounded at City
Dog Pound, Ith and Webster streets; will
be sold at public auetlon at City Dog
Pound Monday, July 17th, 1016, at 10
o'clock to the highest bidder. By order of
A, W. Waggoner, Pouadroaater.
1 4-yr.-old Jersey cow; 1 l-yr.-old heifer, 1
7 -month-old Jersey calf; top notch stock.
Inquire liOt list Ave., Benson, wen.
WORK team, harness and wagon, must be
sola at ones, can at no. etin. wi
TOUNO family cow for aala, Phone Wal
nut JBBQ. 6S03 racinc.
HAT. 16 BO toi A v
Warner. 101 N 16.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
I HAVE same choice retrievers, month old.
Will sell females 110.00, males fife. An
swer quick while you can get them. I. J.
Ctemnoczolowskf, Box 136, Elba, Neb
PIOEONS pay far better than chickens;
always panned up; llttie space neeaea to
start; free book explains all. Majeetic
Squab Co., Dept. tl, Aflei, I a.
THOROUGHBRED White Leghorn cocker-
ls, S months old, 60c each. Mrs. van
Hagen, Benson Acres. Benson 481.
FRESH aquatic plants for your tlib globe,
tOc. Will keep fish healthy. MAX
OttlSl.ER BIND CO.
FOUR Fox Terrier puppies for sale. Walnut
Screenings. II. lb ier 100 .be. 601 K. tlth Si.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
ltll MODELS. GOOD SERVICEABLE
CARS FOR IU0 AND UP.
1047 Farnam St. Doug. II SO.
FRANKLIN roadster, running condition,
1911 model, I UP. Andrew Murphy efcSon.
Must sell all our soood-band automo
biles within 10 day. hav several
makes and are giving better values than
Johnson-Danforth Co. -
1S!I-I1-II N. let. ft
For arrest and conviction of thief who
steals your car while insured by
KILLT, ELLIS THOMPSON,
111-14 City Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug, lilt.
UH-D CAR BARGAINS AT
MUHfHV-O BH1-N AUTO 00.
1114-11-11 Farnam St.
A , wiu i rati uu a uw tofU for youj IC
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
Itttb and Harney. Dong m.
LIGHT roadster. In good condition, good
tires, 2 extra tubes. Want larger car.
Cheap If taken at once. Can be seen at
1424 Evans. Phone Web. SOU.
FOR SALES Good "auto" work truck. 1 100.
2314 North ant street,
1276 SPEEDSTER I J 7 1.
If you want a faat car In fine shape, all
gears new and engine In fine shape, see
tnis toaay. uamu. uougias his.
AUTOMOBILES FOF SALE
UAROA1N Light inuring, eleilrlc light.,
perfect condition. Carllele, 430 Flrat Natl.
Ilk. Bldg. Office. D. 1100; rea., H. .
WANTED Automobile worth about IS00 to
1,000 In good repair; will take machine
aa flrat payment on S-room bungalow;
balance like rent. 1140 a 90th Ave.
Aut Repairing and Puinti'
lino reward tor magneto we oan't .tir
Coll, repaired: Baednrfer. 110 N. l'b.
NKU. Auto hadlator Hepalr Service end
price right. Ill tth at. 1. 11'-
Auto Tire, and Gupplio,
'ON'T throw awajr old tire. We make on
haw tlr. from i old one. and eave jrou k
per oeot. t In 1 Vulcanlalng Co.. ill. Dav
anport St.. Omaha. Neb. Douglaa IH4.
.oxi-lN., tell; tons. l. n. Other eliea
In proportion. Duplex Tlr. Oo..tlll far
REBUILT, 11.00 TO II.M.
UVO TIRE CO.. 1111 CHK'AOO aT.
Motorcycle and Bicycle.
It AhL!liY-lMVlLtiuN MOT OKCVCLalB. Dar
gain In uaed machlnea. Victor Rooa, "l'h.
Uotoroycl. Man." 1701 Leavenworth.
1114 Single Indian for aale cheap. V. Ual
lett. 111 So, lid Ave. Telephoo. Walnut
BICYCLE In good condition, oheap. Phone
Tyler Hi W, or 2!1 South ll.L
810 Worthington St.. U rooms, mod
em. Near Brownell Hall. Beautiful shade
trees, and In fine neighborhood. Rental
$40.00 par month.
George & Company
Phone D. 750, 902 City Natl Bank Bldg.
TO GENERAL UNSECURED CREDITORS
OF THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAT
The following order, fixing the time for
filing general and unsecured claims of cred
itors a trains t tha Missouri Pacific- Railway
Company and referring such claims to Spe
cial uaster, lion, ueorge u mtencocK,
Room 611. New National Bank of Com
merce Building, 416 Pine Street, St Louis,
Missouri, waa entered July Id, 1916. by
Honorable William a Hook. United Statrs
Circuit Judge for the Eastern Division,
Eastern District of Missouri. In the Receiv
ership proceedings against tha Missouri Pa
cifto Railway Company.
REFERRING CLAIMS OF CRUDITORS TO
SPECIAL MASTER AND FIXING
TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS.
IT IS ORDERED that the holder or hold
ers of unsecured claims or demands against
said defendant. The Missouri Pact Ho Rail
way Company, and all persons (other than
tne noiaers or bonds or other obligations
payable by said Railway Company and se
cured by mortgage or pledge of oollateral.
tne respective trustees of mortgages or
trust Indentures given to secure payment of
the same, and the holders of such claims as
may have been approved for payment by
orders herein) who claim any Interest In, or
Hen upon any of the funds or property in
possession of the Receiver of said Railway
Company, are hereby required to file state
ments of the nature, dates of accrual and
amount of their reepsotlve claims and de
mands, duly verified by the oath of the
person or by an, eft leer of the corporation
making such claims, with GEORGE C.
HITCHCOCK, heretofore appointed Special
Master in this cause, at his office, Rooms
811 to 819, New National Bank of Com
merce Building, 41S Pine Street, In the City
of St. Louis, Stata of Missouri, on or befors
the FIFTEENTH DAT OF AUGUST, ISIS.
Claims shall be proved on the basis of
allowance of interest to August It, IIH, the
data of the appointment of the receiver
herein, without prejudice to. the right of the
claimants to claim Interest accruing there
after upon the amounts found to be due to
said claimants, respectively, on said lith
flay or August, ltla.
Any party to this cause, said rscelver, and
any party who flies his claim or demand
In aacoMance with this order, may tils
with said Special Master within thirty days
after AUGUST 16TH an answer to any
claim or demand Died with him as herein
ordered, and may contest the same. All
claims and demands so filed are hereby
referred to said Special Master to investi
gate, hear proof and report thereon both
as to the amounts Justly awing thereon, aa
to any liens by wnicn tnsy are secured and
as to the order In which they are lawfully
entitled to payment. The Special Master
may In his discretion hear proofs in re
spect of claims contested or uncontested.
in the city ox at. Louis or elsewhere, and
shall notify all solloltors of record of the
times and places of all hearings, and may
adjourn such hearings from time to time
and from place to place. Said Special Mas
ter is hereby directed to proceed under this
order with all reasonable diligence and
make and file In writing his report or re
ports on all claims or demands which have
been filled and presented to him, and all soli
citors ot record in this cause, as well as the
solicitors of record for the parties present
ing said claim or demands, shall be notified
by the Special Master, in writing, and any
filing of said report or reports, and any
party to this cause, or holding any such
claim or demand, filed as aforesaid, or said
receiver, may. within twsnty days from
the time of the filing of any such report of
the Special Master, file specific exceptions
thereto. Exceptions not so filed will not be
oonsldered by the Court, and If no exceptions
are filed within suoh twenty-day period the
report or reports shall stand oonflrmed
The Special Master herein shall cause that
portion of this order relating to the presen
tation and allowance of claims to be pub
lished forthwith, onoe each week, for four
successive weeks in a newspaper of general
circulation published In the City of St.
Louis, State of Missouri In a newspaper af
general circulation published In the City of
Kansas City. Stat of Missouri; in a news
paper of general circulation published in
the City of Omaha, Stats of Nebraska; In
a newspapsr of general circulation published
in the City of Atchison, Stats of Kansas;
in a nswspaper of general circulation pub
lished in the city or Pueblo, state of Col
orado, and in a newspaper of general cir
culation published in the City of New York,
Stats of New York.
(Signed) WILLIAM C. ROOK,
United Bute Circuit Judge.
Dated July Id, Ills. S10JyU-lT-l4-U
NKW YORK OKNKBAL MARKET
Quoaatlens of tho Day en tk Various Com
New York. July 1 6. FLOUR Firm.
WHEAT Snot, strong: No. 1 durum.
ll.Sttt; No. 1 hard, 11.14; No. I northern
Duluth, 11.11; No. 1 northern Manitoba,
11.11 f. o. b. New York.
CORN spot, nrra; no. i yellow, loste
o. t f . New York.
OATS Spot, firmer J standard, 4lo48tto.
HAY Quiet: prime, tl.lfi; No. 1. 11.10:
No. I, tl.1091.S0; No. t, I0ei7o; ship
hops steady! state, common to choice.
1916, 12030c; 1914. IffTc; Pacific coaat,
1916. 11 OUc.
HIDES Firm; Bogota, iiHOHo; Cen
tral America, l-ttc.
LEATHER Firm; hemlock Brat, ITei
PROVISIONS Fork, Arm; mess, 93B.909
17.00: short clear, 126.00031.60. Beef,
strong; family, 111. 60O10-10. Lard, steady;
middle west, ill. 90911.90.
BUTTER Firm; receipt. T.TH tubs :
creamery, extras, f 8 H 9 3 b J firsts, 17 O
28c; seconds, IftftOloc.
EQGB Irregular; receipts, 10,141 case;
fresh gathered, extra fine, HOSTc; axtra
firstr, UOIftHo: firsts, 140)41,0.
CHEESE Stsady; receipts. 8,198 boxes;
stats, whole milk, flats, specials, lBViO
bt; average fancy, wwiouc,
POULTRY Live firm; broilers, 11028a;
fowls, lie; turkey, 15 Olio. Dresssd firm;
unchanged 1 turkeys, lie.
Kansas City General Market.
Kansas City, July II. WHEAT No. 1
hard, I1.07O1-U; No. S rod, U.O901.M;
July 11.01; September, tl.OT; December,
CORN No. 1 mixed, T80Tte; No. 3 white,
79c; No. 1 yellow, 799R0o; July, 76 c;
September. 7lo; December, ISHOHc-
OATS No. S whit. 41042o; No. 1 mixed,
14 03 Dec.
BUTTER Creamery, 18c; flat, lie;
seconds, 28c; packers, llftc
EGOS First. 22c.
POULTRY Hens, lie; roosters, lie;
New York. July II METALS Rather a
better inquiry 1 reported in the copper
market and the quotations of the larger
selling agencies remain unchanged at about
29c for October ana later snipments. ks
altera, however, are still offering electroly-
tlo at from t24.00 to 2t.0O for nearby and
Cash Market Active, All Cereals
Scoring Good Advance Over
WHEAT TRADE IS STRONG
, Omaha, Jolr II. 1H
Th. local caah market wa, quite active
today and all eeraale aoored a aubatantte!
Advance over yeeterday'e quotatlona.
Wheat waa atrong, aelllng from lttOlc
higher. The nargta between old and new
wheat haa narrowed conalderably and the
better grade, of both add around 11.01. No.
3 wheat .old around 11-04 and 11.01 and
the No. 4 hard from ll.00Ol.0lt,.
Corn reoelpta were light, but a fairly
good demand waa In evidence and tha mar
ket ruled from tiOle higher.
Oata aleo bullleh and aold from HIjHp
higher. There waa a fairly good call for
oate and receipt, of this cereal were good.
Rye and barley aold at practically un.
Clearancea were! Wheat and flour equal
to 711,000 buehela: corn, 11,000 bushels;
oats, 10,000 buehers.
Liverpool oloaa: Wheat unchanged; corn,
Primary wheat receipts wete 1,011.000
buahels and ahlpmanta 171,000 buahels,
against rscelpts of 411,000 bushels and ahlp
ments of 111,000 bushels Isst year.
Primary corn reoelpta were 940,000 buah
ela and shipments 711.000 bushels, agalnat
reoelpta of 621,000 buehela and shipments of
160.000 bushels laat year.
Primary oats reoolpts were 610,000 bush
els and shipments 660,000 bushels, against
receipts of 661,000 bushels and shipments
of 417,000 bushels laat year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
: 1 ear,
St. Liouls ..
Winnipeg . .
These sslss were repor' il today:
Wheat No. 6 hard wlnr; I care (now).
II. OS; 1 1-6 care (old), II.' It I care (new).
11.06 1,. No. I hard winter: I can, ll.06t;
6 care, II. 06; care, 6i.o.m; -.
11.04. No. 4 hard winter: 4 care. 11.01 Is; l
car, 11.01; I cere, 11.01; 1 car, I1.00M; 1-1
car. 11.00; 1 oar, 8o. Sample hard winter:
1 car (new, heating). 11.06; 1 cere, lie
Rye No. 4: I car. sic. namine. . war
Com No. 1 whltei I cars, TTHc No, I
whltai 1 oar. 7714o: l-l car, TIVjO. Sample
whit.: 1 car, 74c. No. I yellow: oar,
77 "Ac. No. I yellow: 1 car, 7c. Hample
yellow: 1 car. 710. No. I mined: l-l oar,
76HO. No. I mlaed: 1 car, 17140
11e Ma 4 ml.nll! 1 Car. 76t.C.
1 .... 16 Uo. No. I mixed
71c; l-l car, 1ltc, Sample mlied:
Oata standard: I oars, sso.
hit.: 14 cars, llo. No, 4 white:
..fe... . ilk. namoio wnue:
He; i car. 1701 IK care, 17 Sec I l- oar,
J6ic; 1 car, 16 tec
Omaha Cash Prloes Wheat: No. hard.
11.0601.01: No. I hard. ll.OIOI OIwi No. 4
hard, ,7o(M1.0l; No. I spring, II OIOI OI;
No. I spring, I1.00O1.0I; No. I durum. 6I
17c; No. I durum, Italic. Corn: No. I
white. 77Vte71Ho; No. I white. 71
77t4c; No. 4 white, 7ie76tc: No. I white.
76H7lc: No. I while, ilGTIMjC:
yellow, 77H477e: No. I yellow. 7747H4c;
No. 4 yellow, 760770: No. 6 yellow, 7IJ
76Hc: No. yellow, 7l7lo: No mixed,
761017": No. I mixed.
4 mixed. 7l07lwc; No. 6 mixed.
6 mixed, legptee. usie. .. "
3H40Jc: standard. II 9 " l
whlta, line lc: No. 4 white. H
Barley: Malting, 0IO7lo( No. I feed. IIO
61c. Rys: No. 1. lOOIlo; No. I. IIOIOc.
OMAHA rUTVBB MARKET,
Hoary Trading In Both Septsmbw aad De
. . . M..b.a fcv heavy
trading in both September and December
wheat, which advanced several cent, on
new rumors of black rust from several of
the Important wheat sections.
Wheat opened slightly lower. ' but qulojlj
rallied and reached a high mark of 11.01(4
for th. September at 11.01 S for December
delivery. M, .
Corn and oats were nrm
f.trly active trading in bothof th.ee mar
8ert.ro bar cloaed o ana ueosmo..
"SelltJmber and Decerab.r oata both closed
at He advance.
Omaha closing pne on ruiore. . .....
Open. High. Lot
i oik 101:
unicago cioeing pniw.
by Logan A Bryan, stock and iralh brokers,
Open. High. LowT
1 01 1 II 101
1 00 1 11 101
1 12 1 11 m
77 71 77
740 1lR 74
61 11 "
40 41(4 40
4IVsO 41 40fi
42 41 41
is' io-ii 'ti'ii" ii'ii
ii ii ii ii it ii
II 20 11 17 11 10
It 26 II 10 II II
It 40 II 40 II 40
13 I7 II 10 II 17
CIUCAOO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Black Ru-t Report from North Dwkot
Lift Wheat Value.
Chira. Julv 1 ft. Likelihood of tn.T
damage from blank met led to efrelve
buying today In the wheat market here. A
a result sharp advance were voored and
tne nnien waa iron i laini ot w "no w
Stto, with July at 11.11 and September at
I1.18H- Corn cloeed 10 to 22Hc up.
and oat up lo IKo. In pro vie lone the out
come ranged from lo decline to a rlae
Wheat advanced t th Mfhest quotation
of th week, and held nearly all of the
gain. Jumpe In price began within a few
mlnutei after the market opened. Sultry
moiet weather In the northweit furnlebed
the motive power. Cool wlnda, which had
been relied on to leeaen the black rust
danger, seemed to have disappeared and re-
Sorta were at hand that In some section of
orth Dakota the pest was visible on the
talks In every field. The assertion wa
added that the rust wa not confined to an
occasional stalk, but wa general.
A further incentive to in duii iar in
the fact that pit offering here were nn
usually small until the market had showed
a decided advance, and that wnen prom
taking did ensue the effect was noticeably
of a slight and temporary sort.
Enlarged export aemana aooompaniea me
rise In the value of wheat. It was esti
mated that aa much a 1,000,000 bushel at
th seaboard wa disposed of for shipment
to Europe. Part of the total wa definitely
aid to be domestic grown, th rest Cana
dian. Liverpool dispatches Indicated some
renewal of anxiety in regard to tne adequacy
Com r. rices were lifted br word that the
crop was firing In Illinois, Missouri and Kan
sas, 'temperatures aoove iuu were reported
n the soutnwest, ana there wa serious
;om plaint of the absence of rain. In oata,
as In other cereals, crop damage reports
acted as a handicap on the bear. More
over, the call from the seaboard wa good,
and stocks were expected to show a big de
crease for the week.
Provisions rallied en account of the
strength of grain. At first the market had
been depressed owing to a decline in tne
value ot hogs.
Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3 red. nominal:
No. i red, 11.14; No. t hard, nominal; No.
2 hard, 11.1014. Corn: No. 3 yellow, 80 $
flic: No. 4 yellow, 787lo; No. 4 white.
T6H977o. Oats: No. 1 white, 41
0; standard, 4lo. Rye; Nominal. Bar
ley: 11910c. Beads: Timothy. 18.76;
clover, $7.000 14.00. Provisions: Pork,
I34.B093MO, lard, 111.17. ribs, I19.10O
EOOB Receipt, ll.llt cases market u-
POTATOES Unsettled; new, reoelpta, 10
oars; Kanaaa, Missouri and Illinois Ohio,
76 He; Virginia bulk, l-O0o; Virginia
POULTRY Alive unchanged.
Minneapolis Grain Mark.
Minneapolis, July 10. WHEAT July,
$1.16; September, $1.1S01.1S. Cash:
No. 1 hard, $1.1-; No. 1 northern, $1.17
91.30; No. 3 northern, 1.U 1.17 .
CORN No. 3 yellow, b20$3.
OATS No. I white, 40040,
NEW YORK STOCKS
Business on Exchange Is of
the Usual Midsummer
TENNESSEE COPPER LOW
New Tork, July IB, Detailed or specific
comment concerning today' brief session
would serve no purpose other than to dis
close It hollow and superficial eharaoter.
Business was of th usual mid-summer
sort. In that operation were limited to
the professional element, which sought out
new points of weakness, with Indifferent
Tennessee Copper fell three point to Its
loweat price of recent year before eupport
Ing order and short coverings effected
complete recovery. Equipments and motors,
with other Industrials and minor specialties
reacted slightly but these, too, came for
ward later, losses proving only temporary
Among th high priced apeelaltle Beth
lehem Hteel wee consplououa for It gain
of 96 point and Sear Roebuck was un
usually active on It rise of point, nana
were steady to strong and United States
Steel traversed a narrow radlua with some
hnavtnes In United States Industrial Alco
hol. Total sale of stock amounted to 148,000
The hank statement bore out It promise
of a large caah gain.
General news Included the weekly state
ment of the mercantile agencies, which
referred to the eeaaonal Influence on various
lines of Industry with further a be taction
of speeulatlv buying. In th main, th
general trade situation wa regaraea m
Crnld to th amount of $?4.000,000 Was
received from Canada, making the fourth
installment of the week. There was vir
tually no market for foreign excnans.
rates to leading center showing no change.
Trading In bonds was restricted to a
few special Issues at quotation unaltered
from the preceding day.
Total sales, par value, si.sib.wow.
United State bond were unchanged on
call during the week.
Number of sale and quotations en ie-uin
stocks were; , . .
sale, nifn. ww, -i
Am, Beet Sugar.. 3,0(iflfl
Am. Car A Foundry
Am. Locomotive . ,
Am. Smelt, ft Ref..
Am. Sugar net.,,.
Am. TcL A Tel....
Am. Z.. I A S.e.e
Anaconda Copper. .
Baltimore A Ohio..
Hrook, Rapid Tran,
B. A S. Copper....
Cal. Petroleum. . . .
Central Leather. . ..
Chesapeake A Ohio
C, JJ A St. P
Chicago A N. W...
C. R. I. A P. Ry..
Colo. Fuel ft iron. .
Corn Products Ref.
General Electric. . .
Great no. pra
Ot. No. Ore ctfs. . ,
Inted, Con. Corp..
InL M. M. Pfd. ctfs.
K. C. Southern. . . .
Louisville A Nash..
M. K. A T. Pfd...
K(wari. Couoer. . . .
New York Central. .
N. T.. N, H, ft n. ,
Norfolk A Weatern.
Pacific Tel. at rei..
Mi 16 H 1114
664 64V, 64
"too 'uVu !--
1.100 3414 l"4
1,100 It 7144
100 104U 1044 104V4
1.100 61 m 67
400 II II
V.ioi ii" 'ii" nit
100 17l 17l4 171
100 li 63 634
100 II 61 II
100 16 16 M
"iio 'io 'io io
1,000 46 46 41
00 41 41 41
.000 17 66 67
100 41 41 41
1,100 16 16 14
1,100 111 HI 118
400 II 16
100 101 101
100 111 111 HI
400 111 111 HI
1.000 11614 1S4 126
11,000 II 21 24
1,100 131 111 111
600 SI II II
1,600 105 106 104
10,400 64 14 64
200 117 117 117
100 76 76 76
100 17 17 17
1,100 II 14 14
Hay Con. Copper..
Rep. Iron at 8teel.
Shattuck Arts. Cop
Studebaker l-'o. . . ,
Union Pacltlo. ....
Union recmo pia.
ti a. Ind. Alcohol
United Btatee Steel
U. S. Steel pfd. . . .
Utah Capper. ......
Wabaeh pfd. "B".
Total lals. far the day, 146,000 aharaa.
Statement of Clearing Bow. BasJu.
. .- I.l. 1 . .,,.1.1 .I..M,nl
new xora, .... ... - -
of clearing house banks and trust oom-
panles lor ins weea euow. ..r u.
111 101.470 resenre la excess of Isgsl rs
...in...u This I. an Increase of 141,111.-
411 over last wsek.
The statement follows:
... 7...M.1II.IIM0 1II.IIMM
Jtessrrs In own
vault, tjs...... .,.i.,vvw
Koeervo m .u.t " ,
Rosorv. bank.. 111,141.000
Bassrva In other ........
Jt ... 11.111.000
Net demand depos
Nst Urn. deposits. 110,014,000
Aggregate reeerv 111,711,000
uxoeM .-. .
.Increase. (B) Of which I4,77,,00, is
ununarr mm,m . -"
panlss In Oreater New Tork not Included
in Clearing -
14ene, uwouwuw, .... ... ...
Banks casn rs-
- i . ..1 .-
L. . ..
reeerve in .u,..
Mew Tork Money Market.
H.w Tork. July II. PRIMS MERCAN
TILE! PAPER 4 per cent.
STKRI.IWU BiAV-Ai.ui otavr-onr Dine,
14.71; demand, 14.71 11-16; oablea,
14.76 7-16; franc demands, 16.11; oablea,
SILVER Bar, llc; Maxloaa dollara,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
XU. 8. r. 10, reg. e.wini. ai. ai. ewe.au.
xdo coupon ... IIK. C. So. ref. la. 10
xU. S. la, reg... 100 L. A N. un. 4s.. 14
xdo coupon ...100 III, K. 4 T, 1 Is 76
XU S. 4s. reg... 10lsM. P. con. H...101
xdo coupon ...110 Mont. Power 6s.. 7
A Smelt ls.10N. T. C. dab. Is. Ill
Ant Tsl. g. Tel. N. T. City 414. ..106
7i ,14 10llN. T N. H. 4b
Anglo-l'renoh Is. Ii! 1 ov 6s .....lit
Atch. gsn. 4a... 1110. Paolflo 4s... ,1
B. O. 4s 01s do Is 66
Beth. St. ref. Is.100 Ore. 8. L. raf. 4s II
Csnt Pao. 1st... llPao. T. T. 6s. .100
c. A O. cv. 4s. l6Penn. oon. 4s..l04
C. B. Q. t 4s 7 do gen. 4s...l01
C M A 8C P. Reading gen. 4a.. H
iv I lOTSt. L. A San. F.
C. R. I. A P. Ry. . ref 4e .... .71-11
Vef. 4a '4 So. Pac. ov. Is. .101
xC. A 8. ref. 4s 11 do ref. 4s 10
D. A R. a. o. U. 7lSo. Railway 6s. .101
do rsf. 6s 70 Uunlon Pao. 4a.. 06
Erie gen. 4a 74 xdo cv. 4s.... 3
Sen ICIec. 6S....106 xU. 8. Rubber 4s. 101
iriL No. 1st 4s lU. B. Steel 6a. ...106
L C. ref. 4a I W Union 414e.. 4
Local Stocks and Bonds.
Quotations furnished br Burns, Brlnker
A Co., 441 Omaha National bank building,
n . A r. . r.rd
Fairmont Cream. Co. 7 pet. pfd. 101
Oooch Mill. A Ele. Co. 7 pot pld II
Cudahy Packing Co. 7 pot. pfd. .104
Lincoln T. A T. common 7 pet. . !
Lincoln Traotlon Co., C pet pfd. 94
Kansas City Ry. A Lt. p(d 60
vlnnt&ln fltatea TeL 7 Dot Ill
Omaha A C. B. Ry. A B. pfd.. II 17
Omaha A C B. St Ry. pfd.... 71 71
Poters Mill Co. pfd Jl 100
Sulsbcrger A Sons, pfd 16 7
bloux City Btock tsrds oommon 17 21
Sioux City Stock Tarda, pfd..,. II 10
Swift A Company Ill
Union Btock Tarda, I pot stock.. II 101
Anglo-French is. Oct 16, 1120. 16 16
Armour A Co. 414s. 1630 0814
nnnth. Bt. Louis 6s. 1031 0914 100
Beneon, Nsb. Belt. B'ds 6s. 1046.107 107.16
Co umhus Lt
Chi. Union Station
T Pnrtl'd Cem't C
Ken. City Railway Co. notes... 100 100
Ken. city Railway ist s, si
Lincoln 6. A Electrlo Is, 1141. II
Lincoln Traction 6s, 1111 II
Omaha Oaa 6s, ll7 4
Omaha Elect. L. A P. Co. 6e.... 7
Omaha A C. B. St. Ry. 6e. 1131.
Suleberger A Sons Co. 6a, 1141.. II 100
City of Tork. Nsb. O. L 6s, 1110.101 102
Ben. a am ds, iii,ivf iu..n
Ht, A P. 6s, lU. 96 5S
tatlon 4 Tii. 1S... (94 09
m't Co. s, 1918-314. 99 100
4.404 10, SKI 7,6fiS
1.578 9.0&S 4,U
1,849 S.878 7.034
718 8.727 1,881
IIS 10,600 ....
Official Tueaday V.'.V
WIKLI.VI iiiuriQU ,,,
Six dare this wmI. .1 (tea
Same days last wck..l0.81S
Name days I weeks atol6,078 81.737 4.4f7
flame days I weeks as;olrj.417 5 18 Sl,4
Same days 4 weeks agolM70 H9.8(l lf,7M
Same days laat year., 18,170 81,180 66,448
The following thi h(itB th. rinr. nt
cattle. hoa and sheep at the South Omaha
live stock market for the year to date, as
compared with last year:
MIS I (41 K Tea. n
faille .... mi6 B33.088 I0.0M
Hoars 1.979 (111 1 la ft ion til
Sheep 1,044.870 1,163,199 lOTJli
Th- following; table shows the averaff
prlrb of hoR at Hit Dmaha live stork mir
tor lhw int few days, with comunrlanna:
J my ,
! July II.
J my is,
C.t M, at 1
C. A N. W., east....
n m u u
C, At P.. M At 6!.'
C B. A Q west!!!!
i n t i ii
unicajje UL West...
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Liberal Cattle Receipts for the
week Hog Mark-t Closed
a Little Bearish.
LIGHT RUN OF SHEEP
Omaha. July It, ltU.
8L. 461 14.618
1 91 6 Ilgi6jm4.l 91 3", Iff 1 2 IftlVT
I IB 4ft I T 14
4AiI TH I 44 T 94 S 98
t 46U 7 14 I II T 84 II
9 n 7 14 I II II
m 7 41! 1 17 I 86 I 19 18
I emf 7 16 I 10 I 61 T 19
m 1 71 f ti i i
I 684 7 11 ft e f B
64 7 14 t 16 I 11 I II
7114 H 1 11 I t2 7 SI I jt
8 A t 19 S 76 T 19
70 6 90 I 47 1 70 T 24 t SI
97 8 61 I 71 7 20 17
t 6m 6 70 71 T II 8 94 T 11
9 H 6 84 I 66 T 16 10
I 61 6 RB 8 86 1 66 I 84
6 16 I 64 8 69 T IB I 16
.."TT na aisposuion or live stoon at
the Union Stook yards, Omaha. Neb., for
terday- 'BU1"i o oioc yes-
Cattle. Hois. Sheep.
!! I !.
Morris A re
Swift A Compap"...,
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armcur A Co
0c hw arts A Co
J. W. Murphy
CATTLB Reft.tf.t- H.i. vi. l.
have been rather liberal for this time of
year, some 16,600 head, or about 6,000 more
than last wsek, and 1,600 mora than for
the corresponding week last year.
Quality of the offerlnge haa been of the
usual midsummer character, choice Ion fi
fed cattle being comparatively scarce, and
most of the stuff showing more or leaa
grass. In the main lt haa been a dull
lower market and tha revision of prices to
a summer basis has been responsible for a
decline of 160!6o on practically all grades.
ouysra are snowing a seasonable partiality
for desirable year) Inn and hnrtvw-i-M
steers, although, the choirs heavies still
command a premium. At tha elose of the
week prime heavy beeves did not sell much
over 110.81, while the beat of the yearlings
would stop at 110.00, Bulk of the fair to
good 1,000 to 1,100-pound cattle are now
selling at a spread of I8.76O9.00, and there
is a rainer weaK undertone to the market.
A few westsrn rangers have shown up this
week and prices have also been lower on
those, althougb the range Is wide. Prime
greasers aeU jp to 19.00, while common and
Texaa stuff Is going at $6.7697.36. The
wwLrin rn i nation nss naraly opened up
yet, but dealers are looking for a fair run
of northwestern cattls next week.
In cows and heifers there haa not been
a great deal of change during the week,
Desirable grades are brlnalna about a-
mucn mm a weeK ago, while the market haa
been uneven and very uncertain on the
medium and common stuff that hu Mn.
tKuiea tne pujk of the receipts. Veal
calves, bulls, stairs, etc., are selling in much
mu -ma nwicnoi t.B a week ago.
Business In StOCk era and tmmAmrm kmm
bean exceptionally light this week, but In
spite of that fact there haa hnan a -ham
decline In prices and closing quotations are
fully I6O860 lower than a week ago.
Country demand has been very disappoint
ing, as the rush of farm work haa kept
prospective buyers at home and the
lumpy condition of the fat cattle market
has been a further depressing feature.
Quite a good many cattle will be carried
over until next week In yard traders' hands.
Quotatlona on cattls: Good to choice
beeves, 9. S6O10.16; fair to good beeves,
89. 160M6; common to fair beeves, 18.860
1.26; good to choice yearlings, 9. 60O10.00;
fair to good yearlings, 88. 609.60; common
to fair yearlings, 17.3608. 60; good to choice
neirers, mi. 2b vs. id; good to cfholce cows,
88.7607.76; fair to good cows, 16.0006.7ft:
common to fair oows, S. 76 0 6.00; good to
choice feeders, 97. 6008.16; fair to good
feeders, 67. 00 Of-80; oommon to fair feeders,
6.00(P7.U0 good to choice stock ers, 97.600
8.16; stock heifers, 96.60O6.76; stock oows,
I6.16O6.60; stock calves, 96-76O8.60: veal
calves, 99.0OOH-6O; beef bulls, stags, etc.,
l6.60V7.ib; poiogna bulls, I6.6098.b0.
HOOfl The market was another bearish
affair all ths way through. Nothing of
consequence waa carried over yesterday, and
that was lndesd fortunate, for fresh re
ceipts were far too large for a Saturday.
Shippers put la another tight day, and with
the tendency lower at all other points.
packsrs had no great difficulty In getting
prloes down. Movement was not quite so
lively on early rounds as It waa yesterday,
but at that trading got started la better
season than was to be expected.
Packers' offers were fully lea to In spots
lOo lower right at ths outset, and despite
sellers' protests that so great a decline was
unwarranted, tnat waa me way tne nogs
finally sold, most droves going on a full 16o
lower basis, while not a few sellers claimed
that they bad to make concessions or as
much as lOo In some Instances. Choice
hotra. which up to today showed less de
cline than any other kind, were, If any
thing, punished worst today, topa dropping
fltnae todar'a break o rices are mt tha low
est levels sesn slnoe the early daya of July.
In tho last two days a run 100 aeciino nea
been registered, which means that values
are a full 16c lower than a week ago, when
bulk sold at 19.6608-76, and the top stood
at 91.96. One of ths big features of this
week's market oame Thursday, when choice
heavies sold at 910.00, the first time the
price has been paid here since April, 1110.
No. At. SK Tr. No. Av.
if receipts show any rolnma at all. Nomi
nal quotations at the week's close put good "
to chotce lambs at 910.60010.66, with fair
to plain grades on down, but as noted
above, in viewing yesterday's bad slump at 'h
tha Windy City, some doubt la expressed as
to whether brat rangers would sell this high
were they here.
Notwithstanding tha weaVness In lambs
on the olose, eld sheep finished fully steady
at the week's advance of a quarter or more.
There haa been a very good demand for
ewes and yearling alt week, and while
supplies have been fairly large on aome
daya, valuea showed a steadily stronger
tendency. Decent to good ewes are now .
selling at 97.1607.60, while fair to best
wethers ars quotable at 97.0007.86, and ,
good yearlings are bringing 97.7608.36.
Feeders were not plentiful enough at any -stage
of the game to make market. Such
lambs as showed up sold a little higher
than at ths olose of last week, bulk moving
up to 19.00, with a top on one load of ti.ru, j
Feeding yearlings are quotable at 96.60 0 -7.16.
while yearling ewes have sold above.
88.00 and are nominally quoted to 8.60-
Feeding ewes of a fair to good kind are, '
selling at 96.0006.76, with mature breeiT- -ers
at 96.0007-60. As was the case a rear v
ago, the tine between feeding and breeding,
ewes will be hard to draw. .
Quotatlona on sheep and Iambs: Lambs...
good to choice, 910.60O10.66i lambs, fair
to good, 99-76010.60; lambs, feeders, 98.600 .
9.06: yearlings, good to choice, 97.7508-86 ;
yearlings, fslr to good, 97.0007. 7ft; year
tings, feeders, 96.6007.16; wethers, fair te '
choice. 11.7607.75: ewes, good to choice. :
IT. 0007.60; owes, fair to good, 6.767.O0;
ewes, plain to culls, 94.0005.76; ewes, feed-; v
ers. 94. 60 OB.TI; ewss, yearlings, 97,60 0 8.60;.'
ewes, breeders, 1's and up, 96.00OT.I0,.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Market Weak, Hogs
Chicago, July 16. CATTLS Receipts,
400 head; market, weak; natlva beef cattle,
97.10OU.00; weatern Steers, 4 I8.10OI.26;
stockers and feeders, 95.4009.40; ows and,
heifers, 91-60O9-60; calves, 98.50O11.00.' -
HOOfl Receipts, 11,000 head; market,
dull, mostly 10c lower; bulk of salsa, $1,661
9.90; light, 99.8609.86; mixed, 98.I0O10.00;
heavy, 99.36010.00; rough, 9.09.4I; pla,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Keeaipts, 1,009
head; market, weak; wethers, 96.T6OI.90;
swes, 98.1607.40; lambs, 17.1601071. s .
Kansas City Uvs Steak Market. . '
Kansas City, July 15.-CATTLE We
cetpts, 800 head: market, steady; prima fed
steers, 910.00010.60; dressed beef steers,'
17. 6009.90; western steers. 97.00 010.00; ,
southern steers, 96. 611,08-66 j cows, 94.710
7.76; hstfers, fl. 0009.70; stockers and feed
ers, 96.l60t.S6t bulls. t6.60OT.S6; calves,
HOGS Reoelpta, I.M0 head; market,
lower; bulk of sales, 9 660 83tt: heavy.
IllOOl.lim packers and butchers. 89 70O
JIH; tight. I9.66O9.70: plge. 99.600
SHEEP AND LAMBS -Receipts, t,00
head; market steady; lambs, 9lft.6IO10.S0;
yearlings, 97.Tft08.36; wethers, 9T.SftOT.T6t
ewes, 16.710 7.40. I
St, Louis lira Steak Market.
St. Louis, July 1 6 CATTLE Rseelpts.
860 head; market steady; natlva beef steers,
I7.604J11.00; yearling steers and heifers,
II. 60010.68; oows, I6.60O8 36 stockers and
feeders. 96.50OB.60; southern Steers, 96.660
90; prims yearling steers and belfen, 16. T6
O10 36; cows and heifers, 6. 00O8.00; prima
southern a leers, . 0000.00; natlva calvae.
HOGS Reoelpta. 10,009 head; market
lower; pigs and lights, 9S.T60S-86; mixed
and butchers, 6006.96; good heavy, 9. 86
OI0.00; bulk of sales, 9t.60
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, lot head;
market steady; wethers, II. 00O8.00; clipped
ewes, 14.0008.00; dipped lambs. 96.000
10.00; spring lambs. 9T.00O10.lt.
St. Joseph Lire ttaek Market.
Bt. Joseph, ' July 16. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100 head; market steady; steers,
96.60O10.S6; cows and heifers, 94.S609.6t;
oalves. 17. 00 11.00. .,
HOOS Receipts, 6.000 head; market '
lower; top, 99.81; bulk of sales. 99.40 09. 89.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. ltt
head; market slow; lambs. 910.00O10-9O;
Sioux City Lire Stock Market.
Btoux City, la., July 1ft. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100; cows and heifers, 9.10O-40.
HOOS Rscelpts, 7.000; tOlOc lower;
heavy, 9I.40O9.60; mixed. 99.I6OS.40; light,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 100.
Bank clearings In the United State, for tha
week ending July II, as rsported te Brand
street's Journal, New Tork, aggregate 14,.
01,140,000, against 14, 101,411. 00 laat week
and 11,111,467,000 In this week last rear.
Canadian clearings aggregate 1107,141,000, as
against 1101,111,000 last week and 1111.004,
000 In this week laat year... Fallowing are
ths returns for this week and last, with par
entages of ehange shown thla week as oom-
pared with thta week last year;
100 II II
... I IS
It IIH IS. .116
... I I7t 70. .Ill
40 I 41 II. .116
... I II
110 II 10
160 I II
RHSR, Reeelnu. thta week hn. been
the smallest sines four weeks ago, or In
...t,.. worrfa. the emalleet sine, stock began
coming. During the first four day. ot the
week lambe held a good firm tone, supplies
being modersts and demand good, and up
to Thursday's close were aa much aa a
dime up for th. week. Testerday a bad
slump at Chicago In which aome gradee
were Quoted a quarter lower, put an easier
feeling Into trie local mereei. ,nu whm.
there waa nothing her. to show the break,
tendency waa without a doubt lower. The
result Is that closing Quotations are no
more than steady with a week ago. A few
good native lambs sold at 110.11 yeeterday.
and while westerns have been outselling na
tive., It wee considered doubtful If choice
range Iambs would have made 110.61 had
there been any aort of a run here. At any
rate trader, believe that a reaction Is due.
and look for a reduction In prloes nsxt week
Ban Franolaoo. .
Salt Lak. City..
Scranton . . .
Auatln , .
Birmingham . . .
91 lit AAA
SK 1.S AAA
IK .21 AAAl
10. 421. AAA
1 111 AAA
1.1 IS. AAA
11. 1 1
Omaha Co.ie.al Market.
Wholesale prtca. of bssf .out. sffeotrve
July 17 are aa follows! No. f ribs, lie: Mo.
1, lie; No. I, 17e. No. 1 chucks, llo; No. 2,
18c; No. 1, 11 Ho. No. t loins, I4o; Ho. I,
:lc: No. I. lltto. No. 1 rounds. 17Ho; No. I.
171,c; No. I, 17 o. No. 1 Plate 104c;
No. 1, 10c; No. I. IVjo. .. ,.
frogs Markat. 'i.A, .'
New Tork, July 11. Th. market for sugar
futures waa quiet, but th,. undertone was
steady and closing price, were unehanged
to I points nst hlghsr on covering. Bales,
400 tons. September cloeed at l.41o: De
cember, l.lOo; March, 4.66co. Raw and re
tilted sugar cloaed ateady. - ,
London Btook Marksl. .
SILVER Bar. 21 t-lld per ounoe. " s
MONEY 4 "j per cent
discount RAT&a short and thre. :
months. 64 per cent. ;: ;i
They will maKe better
Bee Entfravino Dept.
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