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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1916,
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Great . Bun of CatUe, With
Prices Generally Lower
SHEEP BEOEIPTS LARGE
" Om.hu July 17, !tl.
Cam- hobs. an.-p.
Retrmatea' Mondey ... 1.100
cieme aaya last weea ,a
Sam day X weeke ato. t.sts
Asms day S weeks ago. t.2t
8iame day 4 wee'ks ago.
game day last year... s,10
Tha following labia snows ths recelpte or
aula, hogs and Bheen at tha South Omaha
llva stork market tor tha yaar to data, as
vfciauarod with laat year: ,
1011. ; Ills. Inc. Dee.
rattla .... til.llt ttt.zot l. 711
iiors !.. hi M4i.ii7 J3i.::
Sheet) ...;.l,ttl.t7t 1,16t,717 101,141
The following labia shows ths mvsraga
trices of boga at tba Omaha llva stock mar
si tor tha laat few daya, with oomparlsono:
Dale. Hit. IHl.ll4,lltH.lim.Hll.
June SI. ask t 1U 46 I to I 14
Jans II. 44 U 1 II I 14 1 14 I
Jnna . 4li( I It II t U II
sn,e IS 17 k) I 14 I II I II I
Jaly I I tag T 41 1 17 I II T 21 I H
July a. II 7 II I II I II f II
July I 171 I 71 t 31 f It
J'Hy a. I ll, 1 II I 31 t II II
Jaly I I lit I II I !l I II I II
July I I 711, 1 II I 11 I 11 1 II I II
Jaly I I II I II I 11 I II
Jaly 10. 70 li I 47 I 70 34 I 13
J'lly II. S U e I II I 11 T 20 27
July It. I l4 10 I 71 T tl t 4 T 11
July 11. 11 I ll l l T II I to
July 14. I 13 I II I II t II I 14
July II I lit, I II 14 I II 7 II :e
July II 7 01 I II I 71 I II
July 17....... T 01 I 71 I II 7 U I 10
Receipts and disposition of live stork at
ths Union stock yards, Omaha, for twenty
faur hours ending st 3 o'clock p. m., July II:
-Cauls. Hogs. Sheep. Hot's.
C. If. t St. P.. .10 , .. .. ,. ..
Mo. Pac 1 , 1
Union Pacific ..II It II 1
C. N. W east. 1 4 .. 1
C. N. W weal. 14 21 .. 1
C, Si. P., M..O.II .,' i .. .. ,v
O, fl Q.. east. 1 . .
:., B.Q.. wast. Ill II 3
C. R. I.P., ssst. 4 I ,. 1
Tttllnols Central., I ..
Chi. Ok Wast.... I I
Tdul racalpu 117 11 12 '4
Cattls. Hogs. Sheep.
.... 104 III 1.431
....1,111 1.341 4.111
.... 171 1.031 1.141
.1,111 1,443 4,132
figuring on that basis today's trade opened
about a quarter lower. Among IhQ early
sales were several banda ot good lambs at
Up to mlflforenoon a good many sellers
thought Parkers were trying to break prlres
too much, snd were a little cautious snout
selling at so sharp a decline, but when
messagea showing that almtlar reductions
ware In forrs elsewhere began coming In
movement livened up. and a good clearance
was made before noon. Compared with the
way the few natives that were hers Friday
sold, prices were 2fi40c down, bulk today
bringing 110.204110. 30, but, as noted above,
traders conceded that had there been any
rangers hero on last week's eloae tops
would not have gone over 110.10, so figur
ing on that basis, calling the market a
quarter lower today covers It. A more
definite Idea can bo gained by quoting
prices toeiso lower than lost Thursday,
when the lest good rango lambs were' here.
Some of the Ismbs that brought 110.30 to
day were mates of the ones that sold as
high as 110.71 Thursday of last week.
Old sheep were In light supply, and were
readily bought at steady prices, range ewes
of a pretty good class bringing t7.3607.IG.
A string of 3, t and 4-year-old ewes sold
for breeding purposes at 17.71. Feeding
lambs are mora plentiful than last week,
but. In addition to the regular yard trad
era aeveral outside buyers were here, and
demand was sura lo exceed the supply.
Sorting of strings did not start till rather
late and for that reason no feeders were
offered up to noon, but a stesdy msrket
wss confidently predicted, and a good many
tradera looked for values to rule a little
nlther. . . ' ,
Quotations on aheep ana lambs: Lambs,
good to rholre, l1t.IOV10.10; lamna, fair to
good, lt.IOvlO.3l: lambs, feeders, II.S0O
1.01: yearlings, good to cholro 17.7191.31:
yearlings, fslr to good, t7.0f7.7l year
lings, feeders, 14.104)7.21; wethers, fslr lo
choirs Il.7lw7.7l; ewes, good to rholre.
I7.G0O7.M; ewes, fair to good, II. 7107. 00;
ewes, plain to culls, l4.ouvs.7n; ewes, teen
ers, I4.10tyl.lt: swos, yearlings, 11.109
1.10; swes, breeders, 2a and up, I6.00O1.7I,
II Idaho feeder lambs ,
14 native ewea ,
I culls ,
10 culls ,;
7t native lambs
Swift A Co
Cudahy Park. Co
Armour 4k Co....
Schwarts A Co...
J. W. Murphy...
Lincoln Park. Co
So. Omaha Pack. Co. . .
Kohr Pack. Co ,,
Swift (from country) .
Benton Vansant A Lush
Hill A Son
J. B. Root A Co
I. F. Hust
Ttosenstook Bros. ,
P. a. Xellog
Ifsrthhelmer A Degon.
It. P. Hamilton
nethsrhlld A Krsbs...,
Dennis A Francis
Jesevn A Lungrsa
Pat O'Day -
I ' ...
' 1 1'. ...
.Totalr l.lil MM 11.121
"CATTI.awthe waak opens out with a
father liberal run of cattls, 111 loads or
7.KI head, against 4,714 a wsak ago today,
and 1,100 heed a yaar ago. Probably
ano-half of tha arrival war from tha
waatsrn range country and tha proportion
ot sornisoj stun was eomparativsiy small.
Ajd vices from outside markets were all
varied snd bide ware lower right from the
tart. Beef steers as a rule aold 104110
lower than last wssk, and butcher atuff and
stackers and feeders were hard to sell at
decllnoa ranging from 1 so to lie. As usual
(ha dressed beef man favored the atriotly good
to choice cattle and prime heavy beeves
aa wan as yearunga sold to ths best
vantage, while the half fat kinds that came
late direct competition with western grass
rattle were hard t aell even at tha full
decline. The break In feeder prleea la
seaawnaote, aa yara traaera had a great
many cattle on hand from laat week that
they were unable le dispose of, and they
were consequently very peer is a oa the lib,
oral offerings today.
Quotatlone en eattla: Ooed to choice
beeves, 11.10011.31; fair to rood hooves,
tl.tttjl-lli common to fair beeves, 11.400
tret: good to choice yearllnge, 9t.tte)it.tt;
flir to good yearllnge. ll.loat.tO! mmiui
te fair yearllnge, tl.liOI.t0; good lo choice
awu.ra, at. SBVS.SSj geoei to eaetee oowa,
H.7IA7.74: fair t good cows. 11.104.71:
commoa to fair cows, II 711 01; good te
choice feeders, 7.lll.tt; telr te good
leeaora, ti.ivai.lv; commoa to lair feed'
era, ll,47.4l: good te cholea Blockers,
7.401.01; stock heifers. 11.101.11; slock
cows, iB.ai.s; stoch calves, ll.liai.lt
veal calves. 11.0111.11; best bulls, stags.
ec e.evvi.ae; atoioana nulla, fl.lltfl.lt,
.. BREF STEERS,
S. ' Ar. Pr. No. Ar. ft.
H .' Ill II II II Ill l II
...., .1011 tt I tit t II
(...'...1141 I tt
. STEERS AND HEIFERS.
I...... lit 1 II 1 141 t It
1 01 II...... Ill
I II It..,.,. Ill
t tt II...... Ill
tt II Ill
COWS. ' V
4 II I. .....1111 t It
I II ' It Ill
tt I lilt
t tt 1 1060
I tt ,,i
in 4 it l...:,. i:t i et
lit I tt II...... ill t tt
111 11 tt 4....... lit 11 tt
. Ill 11 II
FEEDERS. . '
, lit t II 41...... 114 T II
,1144 I it 44 1141 t It
, , WESTERNS,
lateers..ltll 111 11 steers. .1111 111
It feeders. 141 t 71 , 41 feeders. 10.11 I 10
11 feedere. Ill 111 tl feeders. 1121 111
II feeders. 111! t It II leaders, tit t to
WTOH1NQ, . ,
Itltssra.. Ill I II
1 Waltera Bros. Wye.
11 steers.. 1114 I it
HOOS Receipts here were real moder
ate, hut asms points were evereupplled, and
la sympathy with tha general break the
local market slumped a full nickel, ship,
pern again bought aparlngly, tenting tha
bulk of the offerlnga, - which Ineluded a
few leads held from last week's oloas to
Ihe packers. Killer trade got going In
need season, and despite the fart that
prices were lower, most el the hogt were
lieaned up earj. '
Prices wsre more er last uneven, and
ware called anywhere from nearly eteady
In same cases te lto lawer In others, but
quoting the average. market fully lo lower,
covered It. In fact, on ' paper the trade
did not anew that ' much of a break, but
quality waa ae a general thing better than
laat woelt'e does, and while paokar droves
only lacked 2e or le et ooetlng aa much
ae they did Saturday, httyero quoted their
purrhaaea a full nicks) lowsr, and Bald
they bought some hoga that. aaaltty eonatd
ered. were tlto lower. . ,
While general quality waa better, there
being fewer grassy sews and more barrowa
In moot loada, chelcs loans were larking,
and the top waa a full dime under Satur
day's high price, lt.lt slopping the best
hers. Bulk sold at a spread of 11.301.41.
Current prtree are the lowest otnee ths
early daya of June and are at least ate
under the high time.
Teday'a supply was estimated at eighty-
five care, ar l.ltt head, which la smaller
than both a week age and the eorreopend.
Ing Monday last year by 1.101 head, and
la more than l.Ott short of two weeks age.
In fact receipts today are the lightest tor
any one day sinoe the latter part el May,
JUprseeatattva sales: ....
No. Av. h, Pr. No. A v. Sh. pr. ,
47.. 2(11 lit i II It. .211 lit It I!
II.. 121 lit t 21 ' It. .Ill ... Ill
tl. .311 ... I II II.. Ml lit 114
II, .301 It . I 41 II. .Ill it t
SHEEP Lamb receipts were larger than
for any aar since me rsnge
rnencea, being. In fsct, ths heevtset since
. lata he AerU Supplies counted out fifty.
twf rare. er. about ll.ltt head, aa against
t.ott laat week, 1,111 twa weeka age and
ll.ltt for the corresponding Monday of laat
As predicted at laat weefc'e eloae, a break
Waa In order for today and pecker were
net at all alow ,le take advantage et the
liberality Of the run. bidding 'war toner
right from the euleet. A few native tarn bo
eele te tlt.lt last week, and that prloe was
tiUeted ss top. but It waa claimed by traders
That had there beo any good rangera here
talking would have sold ever llt.il, and
Receipts of All Cereals Good
and Demand for Everything
on List is Brisk.
WHEAT ADVANCES 2 CENTS
Omaha, July 11, lilt.
Loral grain receipts were very good today,
what ahowlng a big Increase over the re
celpta of the laat week.
There waa an esrellent -demand for ev
erything on the list and all cereala ad-
vanred subatantlally over naiuroaya quo
tations. Wheat was eeperlally strong, selling 17c
higher, and corn ruled from (4i!4o higher,
the yellow selling st a slight premium.
The oele market wss also quite active
and ruled from steady to 14c higher.
The rye market waa weak, ranging trom
12c lower, while barley waa quoted s
Clearancea were, wheat and flour equal to
1,411,000 buahela; corn, 111,000 bushels; oats,
Liverpool cloee: Wheat Id higher; com,
Primary wheat receipts were J.ttt.OOO
nushela. anA shipments 131,000 bushels,
sgalnat recelpte of 767.000 bushels, and ahlp
menta of 141.000 bushels last year.
Primary corn rarelpts were 1,012,000 buah
ela. and shlpmenls 721.000 bushels, agalnat
rereipts of 171,000 bushels, and shipments
of 343.000 bushsls Isst yesr.
Primary receipts were 141,000 buehets, and
shlpmenls I77.0O0 bushels, against receipts
of 681.000 bushsls, and ahlpmsntB ot 446,
000 bushsls laat year.
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Duluth . ..
Omaha . .
St. Louie ,
CHICAOO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Higher, Hoge Weak and Lower, Sheep
rhleevo. Julv IT CATTLE Receipts. II,-
000 hesd: markst higher; native beef cot
He leSAjklsso: western ateera. I7.I0OI.10;
slorkera and feeders, ts.ll.: rows and
heifers. 11.31140; calves, tl.3ivil.is.
HOOS Receipts. 37,000 head: msrket,
weak; Ir lower; bulk of aalea, 11.6091.10;
light, !l.!!t.ll: mlsed, lt.3tl.ll; heavy.
11,1010.00; rough, is.zsus.is; pigs, e,uy
SHBBP 'AHP LAMBS) neceipis, ie.vvv
head; market, waak; wethera, 14.161.30;
ewes, 13.361. It; lambs, 11.0010.10.
Ik Louis. Lies Stack Market.
SI. Louis, July II. CATTLE Receipts,
1,001 head: market lower; native beef
steers, - t. 0010.11: yearling steers and
helfere! ll.6AA10.llt COWB. 11.101.00:
stockers and feeders. 16.001.11; Tolas and
Oklahoma, 16.101.11;, prima ysarnna
steers and heifers, t.16l0.3i; cows and
hslfers, 11.001.00; prims southsrtv steers,
11.0010.00; native reives ii.oueyu.ie.
unoH Reeelnta. t.100 heed; market
steady; pigs and lights. 11.711.10; mlied
snd butrners, is. wot. w; a"
Il.l60l.lt; bulk, 11.161.11.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Racslpts, 4100
head: market eteady; wethers, I.O0l.tl;
clipped ewes, 4.00t.00 clipped lamba,
11.0010.00; spring lambs, 11.0010.11.
Kansas City Live Steak Market.
Kansas City, Mo., July 17. CATTLE Rs-
oslpls, 1,100 hesd, including i.sss neao
southsrs: marksl, estady; prims fed steers.
11.7610.10; dressed beef steers, 11.11
t.10; western steers, 11.001.11; stoekers
and feeders, It.t0l.t0; bulls, 11.1101.00;
HOOS Receipts, I.MS head: market,
stesdy: bulk of sales.. 9.tlI.IO; hsfvy,
11.111.16; packers and butchers. 11.10
l.ll: light, t.41i.1t; pigs. 11.001.16.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 11,000
hesd: market, lower; lambs. I10.00lt.s0;
vsarllnas. l7.IO07.tts wethers, 17.0007.60;
swss, 11.007.00. .
Sloai City LIT Stock Market
Sleui City, la.. July 17. CATTLE Re-
oslpts, 1,111 head; market, levies mw.r,
native eteers. 17.1610.00; cows and half,
ere, 16.101.00; eannera. 14.106.60; stock
ers ana issuers. n.itc...,
11.00: bulla, slats, ate., 16.166.01.
HOOS nsesipiB, e.www neew, ,.
needy; heavy, l.tol.io: roiiso.
1. 40: light, l.00t.lt; bulk of sales, 11.10
SHEEP AND aiAISCIS rtscetpis, vvv neeu.
St Jeeeah LIT Stock Markst
at luMh Ho.. Julv 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,000 hsad; market Blower te lower;
steers, 1.1010.00: oows and heifers, 11.00
01.101 osivea, tT.aoBjii.ee.
vterwu Buelnta t.tot head: markst low-
ri top. It.": hulk of saloe. II 1401 16.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Rscelpts, 1.701
hesd; T market weak! lambs, llt.00 011.10;
Llva Stack I Sight
. I. o
..41.100 11,101 41,100
Kanaaa City ,
Omaha . . . . ,
Sloui City ..
. Bank clearings la the United States tor tha
wssk ending July II, aa reported te Brand
street's Journal, Now Tork, aggregate 14,
101.110 104. againat I4.i0t,4ll,t0t Isst wsek
and ll.lll.467.0OO In this week lost year.
Canadian clearings aggregate 1207,141.010. as
sgslnst 1101. 111. 000 last week and 1111,104.
000 In this week laat year. Following are
tha returns for thlo wssk and laat, with per.
milages of change shown this week aa com-
Theae ealea were reDorted today:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: I care (new),
11.01; 7 care (new), fl.Wtt; t cars, tl.OI.
No. t hard wlntar: 1 car, II. OH,: I cars.
tl.ttta; I l-l csrs, 11.01; V, car, ti.se;
2-t car, 11.0414. No. I hard winter: 1 car,
11.04: I cars, 11.04; I 4-6 care. tl.OI: , I
cara, ei.ea. namine "-" . -
care, tl.oo; l car, sir; a care,
(hot), 110. WO. S tpnni. - . y-"
No. I mlsed: 1-1 car, 11.01. No. 4 mlaed:
1 car. 11.02 Vj. Sample mixed durum: 1
CRye-No. 1: l-l car. lto. No. I: 1
"e' . . ... .... . Sir
Barlsy NO. s: 1 car, eow ,
No. I feed: 1 csr, He.
Corn No. I whltei I ears. lie.
whits: 1 car, 71c. No. 4 wnito.
.... . u- a I rare. 1140.
tec , v. e - . .
i ... 7tr; 1 oar. 14c. No. I
mlsed; J car, 7lic; 1 oar, lie. No. I
mlsed: 1 car, 71c. No. I "'"J1 5"'
7Htr; I car, 76c. No. t mlied: 1 car. lie.
Sample mlaod: I car, lie.
Oata No. I while: 1 car. 40c. No. I
. a.,,.. 1-1 ear. lie. NO. 4
wnito; e care, - - - - H., .
white: 4 cars, issto. oaii .
cars, lie; l-l csr, s o. . , ,
Omaha caah rntit-eta ,- -
11.07 Vi 01.01; No. I aar. ll.0l.el , Hj
4 hard. 11.1101.044; N. . 1 spring. 11.040
l.Ot; No 1 sprtng, 11.011.01; No. I
durum, ItWtlci No. I doruj, 'e'o
Corn: No. 2 white,
white, 71H7lr: No.
Ma I whits 767140', No. I White, 76V
17l7l!i.c: No. 4 yellow; 1146 7to; No.
.'T. ..a,,.., Ma I vol OW. TSSyflo
a ye now. .. w . 1TH
ailc. Bvrley: Mating, ssejOc: No. I
rJIfttic. By.: No. I. o; No.
ttrength of th BrmaMtm market and the
ran that domttc kuppiim nave Men i- ,
lowed to shrink until tpot people mra a
little nervotu ovrr the stock r Ftnai pnets
were I to I point net hlghtr. Sal".
17.76 sc.: .lUly. H.anr; AURUSl. B.30C;
September, 8.40r: Oetrtber. Novcm-
bfr. 1. 60c: Dumber. January, i.ir;
February, MIc; Marrh. 8.7-r; April, ,,S3r;
Mbv. .: Jun. l.tae. Bpot cone. nrm:
Rio 7. c; Han t of 4n, lOc. OITcr from
Santos were unrhanfed. with 4s lO.Tfcr. coat
and freight, IrOndon rNllts. Thfra was a
holiday In Brazilian market Saturday.
KBW TORE OBN KB A L MARKET.
QueUdoo af the Day oa tt. Iedlnf
New Tork. July 17. VXOUH Firm ;
prlnf patents. U&tJM.41; winter patent.
16 -006. 76; winter straight. ..XwW..4B;
KanHftH stralfht. ib.feOVA wi,.
Wi BAT spot, irreauiar: no. i niirum.
I.2IU: No. 2 hard. 11.23. No. 1 northern.
Duluth, I1.I2H; No. t northern, Manitoba.
1.11 H f. o. b. New Tork.
CORN Spot, steady ; no. 3 yellow, toc;
!. I. f. New York.
OATft Spot, firm; itandard. 4S4lr.
HAT Qukt; prime. No. 1. I1.S09
1.32U; No. 2, $1.1001.20; No. 1, tQetTfcc,
HOPS Quiet: state, common to e noire,
til. l!4!0c; 1014, 07c; Pacific coast.
1H8, 1iei4c; 1114, SOlOc.
HI DBS Ftrm; Bogota, IZHVZ-c; central
leather Firm; nemioric ririta, nc;
PROVISfONB Pork, firmer: mes. f27.oo
45)27.50; family, 28.0O 21.60. Reef, firm;
mes. 111.004! '.SO; family, 1t. 60-? 20.60.
Lard, ay; middle west, fU.2R011.36. Tal
low, easy; city, te: special, lc; country
butter ouiiay, 10,211 -luo creamery.
xtra. 29O30o; flrt. 27ffl28c; aucoBd.
eoob steady : receipts, i a.iaz : rrean
fathered, extra fine, 97Vi,028c; extra first.
2, 27c; firsts, Z4Z6c.
CHEESE weaker; receipts, l.tMi; itate.
fresh apeclala, 161 016lc; do average
POULTRT Dreased, nnner; - broiler, 25
033c: fowls, 131 ft 22c; turku, 35c. Alive,
toady; broiler. 24920; fowl, 27c; turks,
OMAHA rUTVR MARKET.
AcUta Trd!ff la Wheal and Com,
OaU Ratbor Qniot.
Tha futura market wa qulta Mtivo for
wheat and corn, but the oat market was
rather quiet during th wnoio oi tn mum.
Wheat closed a fraction lower, and corn
dnoVd io o B.pumpr, and c on the
"oiSLed Ho lor for liptomlwtia
i .... . .tnaaui unchanaed. there be-
Ing practlcallx ae trading In the December
Omaha lostng nrtost an tutursa fer this
I 6sn. High, lLow.1 Closs. 1 gat.
Jr,t 10114-U 1 tH4 101 V 1 MH 'Ittli
"ee. .01., 1 l3 10IH '101
enta . ee Aeksd.
Chloago eloilng arlett, furjlshti tha Be,
hr Lagan 4 Brrsn, itech and grata brokers,
ft ntk Bieteenth strtstl
CITIES. Amount. In. Dee.
New Tork.. 2,t11,l!t,tot II. 1
ilhlcage ......... Ill.lll.OOt St. I......
Philadelphia.... 2ll.llt.00t 111
Boston ......... 210.111.001 40.1
at. Louie 10I.10I.OOO II. 1
Kansas city.,.., I8.iio.ooo 21.1
gen Francisco... It, III. 000 II I
Pittsburgh 11.441.000 a. I
Beltlmors 41.114,100 11.1
Clsvsland 41,101.000 II. I
Letrolt 41, 110,000 31.1
Cincinnati tt.IS2.000 II. I
Minneapolis 21,111.000 II. I
I.os Angeles 21.113. 000 11.4
Omaha 2l.ae4.00l 14 1
New Orleans 30.111,000 II. 1
Mllwauhas ...... lt.1tl.000 II. I
Louisville ll.llc.too 18.1
Atlantlo 14.7IMOO It.l
Hi Paul It.lll.tot 24.1......
Brallla ' 11.133.000 11.1
Buffsle ll.71t.000 11.0
Portland, Ore.... 12,111.000 II. I
Plrhmond 11,132,000 11.1
Lenver 11.121,100 It.t
Houston ....... 1.107,000 11.1
Indianapolis-.... 11.III.0O0 14.1
tort Worth I.llt.100 1.1
rrovtdenrs .... 10.ISI.OM
TVsshlngton lt.llt.000 11 4
t. Jessph 1.600.000 . ii. I ;
Memphis t.ttl.000 111
Hartford 1.101,000 111.,..,.
8.11 LeSs city.. l.:tl.000 II. I
Columbus 11,115.000 II. I
Toledo 11. lit. 000 tl.t
N. .twills 1.117.000 ,:t.l
Luluth 4,111,000 -,'l.i
Albany , ' 1.210.000
Pre Molnra 1.114.000 !4.l
Rochester l.tll.OOO 10,3
Ssvannah 4.111.000 It.l
Ualveeton t.lll. 000 14.1
Norfolk ......... 4,141.000 11. t
Wichita 4.121.100 11.1 ,
New HBvan 4,121.000 I t
Spokane 1.111.000 21.0
Oskland .... t.111.000 11.1
Grand Raplda.... 4. 041.000 31.1
Sloua City....... 4,107,000 III
SirarAon , 1, 111,000 1.7 1..,..
I'.Kjrl. J.II1.000 41.1
Heron ' l.ioi.oot 41.1
Kyracuse I.l7t,000 1.1
Sirlngfleld, Maes. I.tll.tol II. I
Uorceeter ., 4,201.000 l.t
Ji-cksonvllle, ria. 3.141.000 II I ,
Austin l.tll.OOO 11 1 ,
Oklshnma 1.217.000 14 4
tirmlnghsm ... 2.414.000 II. I
L litis Rock 1.202.000 11,1
Chsttaneoga .. 1.113.000 lil.t ,
Lincoln 1.170.000 11. 1
Fremont I 171,100 117.1
" ' Cat tea Markst.
New Tor. July IT. COTTON Future.
opened steady: July. U.lle; October, ll.llci
December, ll.lle; January, ll.tle; March.
future close barely eteady: July, ll.tte;
October. Il.llc: December, ll.llet January,
ll.lle; March. 11.4lei spot, qulett middling
nplands, ll.oie: aalea, 109 belea. ,
New Tork, Jaly It. Cotton goode were
quiet today, many waahgoods llnea being
opened for aprlng. Tarns were nrm: raw
silk waa unchanged. There was a atsady
demand fer areas gooae tor eaport.
The cotton niaeekt cloaed 1 point lower to
1 no nt net higher.
Liverpool. July 12. COTTON Jlpot,
firmer: good middling, I.SSd; middling,
l.ocd: low middling, Mod. Salsa, 1,011
Open. I HUh, ILow.l
II III II 41
CHICAGO OBAINAND PBOVISIONI.
Wheat Ops as Lower aa Heavy Selling, Bat
Seaa Varna Upward.
Chlcaao. July 11, Deselta word that
blaek rust hsd sprssd Into Canada, wheat
nrleaa allowed weakness, a result largely
of the circumstance that actual damage
from the pest sssmsd aa yet to be reletlve-
Iv email. Tha market closed heavy. Uo te U
o net lowsr, with July at 11.11 and
Bsntsmbsr at ll.114iei.1214. Corn finisher!
laate.c off to Ho advance, oats uncnangea
to o lower, and provisions varying from
1o decline to a rlss ef 13e.
rtotwlthstanaing tnat tna wnsat mara-ei
made a quick upturn when newe came that
black rust had penstratofl into tjanaaian
fields, the effsot on traders did not prove
be of a lastlna character. Dispatches
from BBpertB who wsre obtslnlng first hand
Information as to crop eondlttona In ths
northwoet Bsld thst although the develop
ment of black rust had been aurprlalngly
ranld and tha outcome mignt oaatiy oa
Htaaatar It waa true that up to tha prsssnt
tnsre naa ossn vsry nine positive norm.
In sddltlon. ths Influence or tne oiecn
nut danger waa more or leas offset by signs
of an Incrssslng tsndeney to sslt on ths
part of producers In the southwest. Accord
Inalv. numerous speculative holders took ad
vantage ef all price hulget and ware active
In oloaina out heavy llnea.
Unuauallv hlah temperatureo In tna spring
aeon region let at tlmea today to consm
erable buying In tne wnsat maraec. sou an
Dakota reports told ef the mercury being
up to ltl, a stags which, according to
authorities, thrsatsned possible injury per-
ha oe not ascond te the black ruet.
Reports ot scaitsrea snowsrs too a enn
trol of the corn marhst away from the
bullB. At first sxeesslvs heat and dryness
ha led to higher prices and to a ascldsd
Oroaasning ot aemaque. v,eie were
erned largely by ths aetlon of corn.
Cron losses wsrs reported, but did net
appear to be ef a ssrlous neture.
provisions averagea manor owing to
dooreaae In warehouse stocks ef pork. To
ward the end of the day. howyever, the mar
ket tended to asg en account ef lower que-
tallona on hogs.
Caah Prices wnsat: No. 1 red nominal
No. I red, 11.11: No. 1 hard. IM3tJl.ll V.
No. 1 hern, tl. lie, fyi. lift- t.orn; no,
yellow. 10 II 14c: No. 4 yellow, 11
I0o; No. 4 white, 1l)1t!le. Oata: No.
1 wntte, tltf lit; stanoaro, seetesHC.
Itve: No. 2 nominal: No. I. ISe. Barley.
Ilsttte. Timothy. 11.71. Clovsr, 17 00O
14.01. Fork, ts.soa;3.ie. laira. I1S.1B.
Rlba. 111. 11 V 11.71.
BUTTER Steady: creamery, Iltl714e.
ROOS steady receipts, 11,131 caeea
nreta, I333e; ordinary rlrets. 1131,c
at mark, cassa inciudso, isviltto.
POT A TO Ea Lower: receipts. Ill ear
Vlralnla. barreled, l!.IOt!.lt: Virginia.
bulk, lltto: Kanaaa, Mlaaourl and
Illinois Ohio. 71) lee.
POULTRT Alive, tower; fewla. 11a;
sprlaga, IQwlie, ; -.
- New Tork. July It. COFrBB The :
ket for futures opened at a decline of I le
4 points, owing to- moderate oelllng by
houses with foreign connections and moat
of th day waa extremely dull within
very active range of prices. .Near the closs.
however, the msrest rereiveu active sup
port from hull tradera. which brought about
a sharp advance, carrying September from
l.34 to 1.40c and itecemoer rrom I.4TC
l.ttp. representing an advance of 1 ta
Kolnla over the close nf Nutilntay. Nentl
tnont here waa Induenccd soman hat by the
Wnaeapotls Grain Market,
Minneapolis, July II. WHEAT July,
11.11; September, ll.ltt. I. Caah: No.
1 hard, 11.3314: No. 1 northern, ii.utio;
1.10: No. 3 northern, 11. 1314!. 1714.
BARLET 4 3 O 73 c.
CORN No. I yellow, 1201114c.
OATS No. I white, ll03to.
FLAXSEED 11.11 1H.
City Oeaeral Market.
Kansas City. July 17. WHEAT No. 1
hard, 11.1701.14; No. 2 red. ll.OI01.lt;
July, 11.01; September, 11.0014; December,
CORN No. t mlied, 1707tc; No. .1
while, 7707lc: No. I yellow. 11010c;
July, Tt0 77e; September, TI14c; Decem
OAT8 No. 1 white, ll04zo; no. 3 mixea,
BUTTER Creamery, lie; flrets. He;
Bseends, He; packers, 1114c.
EOUB Firsts, 31 c.
POULTRT Hsns, lie; roosters, 10c;
M. Louis Orala Market.
St. Louis. July 11. WHEAT No. 2 red,
old. tl.20: now. 11.1001.23: No. 2 hard.
nsw, 11:1601.11; eld, nominal; July, 11.10;
uottw no. 3, iivtinr; no. a wmte,
!20!2c; July, 71c; September, 7te.
OATS No. J, 40o; no. 1 wnite, nom
livwrtieel Grain Market.
Liverpool, July 17. WHEAT Spot, No, 1
Manitoba, lis Id: No. I. lie Id.
CORN Spot, American miaou, new, job
FLOUR Winter patents, 47s.
HOPS In London, Paclflo coast, 4 16st
HEW -Y0RK STOCKS
Stock Exchange Continues Un
der the Influence of Short
SPECIALTIES ARB SELLING
New Tork, July II. Ignoring euoh fac
tors ae last Saturday's bank statement,
which fully ret-tlded tho adverse condition
of Ihe prevloiie week, receipt ofunother
amount or rJrltlh sold, a large oversub
scription to Ihe nee- French loan, and
marked relegation In call money rates, to
day's market continued under the Influence
of the short Interests.
Selling of spet-tslties waa resumed with
confidence and vigor, the motor group
showing the greatest weakness, with ex
treme losses of 2 to I points. Munitions
and Mexicans were lower by 1 to 2 points,
with aa much for minor metals. Bethlehem
Steel preferred fell I points, with 1 for
Gulf States Steel.
United States Industrial Alcohol maln
tslned Its recent reputation for Irregu
larity, losing t points under steady pressure,
regaining 4 and closing st a net loss of 314.
United States Steel held within fractional
limits and other eessoned Industrials dls
plsyed fair reslstsnce.
A few sperlsl stocks were exempt from
the general selling, notably American To
bacco, which awakened from prolonged
lethargy with a maximum gain of 10
points, while Sears-Roebuck added 4 potnta
to aSturdey's gain of 114. ,
Activity In rolls was confined to secondary
Issues like Denver A Rio Grando preferred,
Lake Erie A Wisconsin Central, these scor
ing gslns or 2 or mors points, with pro
nounced steadiness In Wabash flrat and sec
ond preferred shares. Reading made a
smsrt advance during the forenoon, all of
which 'was relinquished In the, uncertain
course of Ihe later trading.
Mercantile Marine preferred waa the most
active stock up to the final hour, when It
yielded much of Its 2-polnt gain.
Total aalea of stocks amounted to 371,000
Bonds were Irregular, but brokera re
ported a better private demand for Invest
ment among Issues of the higher gradeB.
Total Bales, par value, amounted to 11,110,.
United States bonds were unchanged on
call, with an annual sale of coupon 4e at a
recession of per cent.
Sales. High. Low. Closs.
Am. Beet Suiar., 3.900 10 18 10
American Can 4,400 II 13 li 13
Am. car ft Fndry.. 1.700 Hit
100 12911 121 12114
1,000 34 33 33
11,400 71 79 73
TOO ICS tWH IIHT.
12,300 17 li
300 114. 114
1,400 lit lit
. 200 11
100 I '4
200 11 11
2faw Vork Money Market.
New Tork, July 11. MONET On call.
aaaler: high, I per cent; low, 3 per cent:
ruling rate, I par oant; laat loan, 2 per
cent; closing bid, I par cant; onered at 3
T1BK puAito Firm; sixty usys, 344414
per cent; ninety naya ana bix months, 4
MERCANTILE rArDR 4 par csnt.
STERLING EXCHANGE Sixty-day bills.
4.11; dsmand, It. 7. 11-14 par cent; ca
ble, 14.71 7-1! per cent.
SILVER Bar, i3o; Mexican dollars,
uunus ejovarnment, atsauy ranroao, ir
U. S. ret Is, reg IS14K. C. S. ref. 6... to
do coupon II L. N. unl. 4s.. 14
U. S. is. rag.. 100 M. K. T. 1st 4s 1114
"do coupon. .. .loo m. sr. con. is. 10114
V. s. 4s. reg 101 W Mont. Powe.' Is.. 17
do coupon. ...11044N. T. C dob. 61.1124,
Am. Smslt. Is.. 10114 N. T. city 414.. 101
Am. Tsl. A Tel. N. T., H. A H.
ev. 414s lost cv. ts 11214
Arglo-PTsnoh Is. 16 14 North. Pae. 4s... 11
Aton. g.n. es... ssts no ss Hit
Halt, at Ohio 4e. VI ure. a. L..rer. 4a. 114
Heth. St. ref. Is. 100 Pac. T. A T. Is. 10014
Cent- Pse. lBt.. ItUPenn. eon. 4141.10444
Chss. O. c. 4s 16 do gsn. 114.. .101
"U., B. m sf. J. 4 stTltteaaing gen. ts. yen
C. M. A St. P. St. L. & San P.
or. I i07ti rsr. is 73-1114
C, R. I. P. By. 80. Pac. ev. la. .103
ref. 4s 14V do ref. 4a SO
Colo. A I. r. 4s63So. Railway la. .101
ia at it. u. con ss is union rao. 41..
do ref. Is.... 41 do ev. 4b 11
Erie gen. 4s H'tU. S. Rubber Is lll'i
Gen. Elte. 6s... 104 U. a. Stsel ts..l04
Ot. No. 1st 414s lV,'W. Union 414s. 14
in. usrt. tor. es ee
Int. M. M. 4S.104 'Bid.
Oaxaha Bar Market.
PRAIRIE HAT Old: Cholea upland
lt.IO01o.lt; No. 1, ll.IO0t.lt; No. 3,17.00
08.00: no. 1, ti.oovi.ov. choice mid and.
tt.IO01O.lt; No. 1, 11.00 01.00; No. I, 17.01
01.00: pro. 1, 11.10 0 6.00. cnoioe lowland.
tl.lt0l.its No. 1, tt.1001.00; No. I, 14.000
I. 00; no. 1, ti.oo0i.se. nsw: Cholcs.
110.00010,10; No. 1, lt.IO01O.tt; No. 2,
II. 00 01.00.
straw unoios wneai. ts.osi cnoioe oata
er rye, ll.tO0l.it.
ALFALFA Old: ChOie 111.00011.00:
No. 1. 110.00011.00; No.. I, 11.1001. to.
Newt, cnoioe, 11. 00010.00; no, 1, 11.090
t.toi No. t, 11.0001.11; standard 11.000
Am. Smelt. & Refg.
Am. Sugar Refg. . .
Am. Tel. ft Tel
Am. Z.. L. A S. ...
B. ft O
Brook. Rap. Trana.
B. A ft. Copper....
Cal. Petroleum ...
Central Leather ...
Chess, ft Ohio....
C. M. A St. Paul..
Chi. AN. W
C. R. I. ft P. By..
Chlno Coppor ....
C. F. I
Com Prod. Refg. ,
Great Norm, pfd.,
do ore ctfs
Illinois Central . . ,
Int. Con. Corp
Int. Harv., N. J...,
I. M. M. pfd. ctfs.
K. U. B....
Kennecott Copper. 1,300 4t
L. 4t ft
Miami CoDuor . . .
M K. ft T. pfd...
National Lead ....
Nevada Copper . . .
N. Y N. H AH..
N. A W
Ray Con. Copper.
Rep. Iron ft Steel 4,300 43
Shattuck Arls. Cop. 400 26
Southern Pacific... 100 17
Southern Railway.. 400 23
Studebaker Co 21,400 13714 139 124
Tennessee copper.. I.suv 31 xs 36
Texaa Company... 1.000 110 187 187
Union Pacific l.tvo i.s is, i.t
do nfd 82 44
IT. S. Ind. Alcohol 10.100 104 91 100
U. S. Steel ...22,600 84 11 84
Utah Copper 76
Wabaah pfd. "B". . 800 27 21 271.
Westsrn Union.... 200 tl 13 13
West. Eleotno...... s.too ss sees t
Total sales tor tne nay, ass.wos snares.
' London Stock Market.
Tendon. Julv 17. American aeeurltlee
were stsady, but dull.
BAR SILVER zs s-isa psr ouncs.
MONET 4 per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short bill, 1 per
New TOTK, JUiy 11. auvanna., quia,,
coniriiugai, ...vk, mui-, .
fined. Bteady; cut loaf, 1.10c; mould A. and
cubea, 1.16c; powdered, 7.10c; powdered,
1.16c; fine- granulated, l.llo; diamond A,
1.16c; confectioners' A, 7.66c; No. 1, 1.60c.
OUgar luiurro no,. ... ..
eenee of business, prlcsB showed vsry lit
1,100 12t 128 128
' New Tork, July 17. METALS Lead.
11.40 aeksd. Spslter, quiet; spot, Eaat St.
Louie delivery, tl.Tl aaked. copper, nrm:
electrolytic, 34.tO0ll.OO. Iron, eteady; No.
1 northern, 130.10011.00: No. I, 120.000
90.10; No. 1 aouthern, H0.I0O20.7I; No. 3,
111.71 0 39.11. Tin, eaey; BPOt, onsrsa at
At London: spot copper, 111: futures.
Ill; electrolytic, 1133. Tin, spot, till 10s;
futurss, lit! It. Lead, 121 Is; apelter, 141.
Evaporated Applee and Dried Frail.
New Tork. July 17. EVAPORATED AP
PLES Dull; fancy.- 101c; choice, l0
lr; prime, 0C
DRIED FRUIT Prunes, easy; California.
10a te 40a. 10le; Oretfons, 7010c. Apri
cots, Arm; choice, 13013c; extra choice,
13018c. Peaches, nrm; choice, Ic; extra
choice, tc: fancy, le. Ralsine, Bteady;
loose muaotaelo. I0te: choice to fancy
sssdsd, 10lo; ssedless, l01Oc.
Bank Clear! age.
Omaha. July 11. Bank clearlnls fer
Omaha today were 11,111,411.11, and for
the corresponding day last year, 13,201,
Buffalo Motorist Camps Out
As He Tours to Pacific Coast
Gtorge Millener of Buffalo, N. Y,
t brother of Dr. Millciter of Omaha,
will start on the tecond leg of his
automobile trip Tuesday. With his
family he has toured from Buffalo
and it going on west, the trip likely
to continue to the Pacific coast.
Mr. Millener carries a complete
camping and cooking outfit and is
not dependant upon hotels or lodging
houses. From here he will follow the
Lincoln highway to Denver and
thence up through Estet park.
Spotlight Ordinance is
Laid Over Two Weeks
Citv Commissioner Kugel's automo
bile spotlight ordinance has been laid
over tor two weeks. Spotlight deal
ers submitted a statement, saying they
have large stocks on hand or ordered
and suggested a less drastic measure.
Mr. Kugel explained that his ordi
nance prohibits use ot spotlights only
on .' paved streets . . and . boulevards,
which, he insisted, was a reasonable
Read Bee Want Ads for profit. Use
them lur results. '
CORN AND WHEAT
Well Distributed Rains in West
and South Portions Are
WHEAT TESTS HIGH GRADE
The Burlington's weekly crop re
port, compiled from data gathered up
to and including Saturday, indicates
that there has never been a time at
this season of the year when Ne
braska crops showed more promise.
The report routes the general be
lief that no ram fell in Nebraska last
week, for, with the exception of over
the Omaha division rams were heavy
and well distributed.
The report indicates that the nvei
counties io'j h of Douglas received
from one to three inches of precipita
tion, the heaviest being 111 Otoe
county, where the rainfall was from
two to three inches. On the Lincoln
division, rain was pretty general, the
precipitation being from one-half to
an inch and one-naif. On the VVy
more division heavy rainfall was re
ported from most of the stations,
while on the east end of the McCook
division rains were general.
Temperatures Are High. -
Temperatures were high all week,
but with the large quantity of moist
ure in the ground, tins was just what
corn needed, and a wonderful growth
resulted, many of the fields beginning
to show tassels. An estimate of the
corn is given in the following table
Omaha . .
The wheat harvest is practically
over except in the northern portions
of the state, where cutting is well to
ward the finish. Considerable thresh
ing has been done and it is found
that the wheat is turning out 20 to 36
bushels per acre and is pratically all
testing No. 2 hard. The grade, taking
the crop as a whole, is the highest
that has ever been known. And what
is true of wheat, is also true ot oats.
Where threshing has been done, it is
found that the yield run around forty
bushels to the acre and the quantity
An estimate on the condition of the
wheat crop is as follows about all of
District week, waak
Omaha tt It
Lincoln tt tt
Wymoro It tt
McCook M 11 -
Early potatoes are yielding abund
antly and prospects for the late crop
are of the best. The second cutting
of alfalfa has been made and is in
the stack. It is in good condition.
Apples promise an average crop.
Manager Goes Into
Fields for Crop Data
General Manager Holdrege of the
Burlington wanted to know the con
dition of the Nebraska wheat and
corn and so two weeks ago he went
to the country. He traveled over the
company lines in the state, went into
the fields and met and talked with
many of the farmers.
"I have never seen such a wheat
crop in Nebraska as is now being har
vested," he asserted. "Conditions
have been perfect for small grain.
Wheat everywhere in Nebraska is
turning out well and the quality is as
good as has ever been raised.
"As to corn, it was a little late, but
the warm weather of the last three
weeks has worked wonders. During
the last two weeks it has grown from
knee to shoulder high, until it has
reached the normal for this season of
Thirteen Cars of
New Wheat Sold' On
Of the eighty-nine carloads of
wheat on the Omaha market, thirteen
contained wheat of this year's crop.
Of this quantity seven carloads sold
at $1.09 and the balance at $I.08J4 per
bushel. It graded No. 2 hard and
weighed sixty-two to sixty-three
pounds per bushel. Old wheat was
lower than the new, but none of it
sold under $1.02. per bushel. Wheat
was 1 to 2 cents up from Saturday
Corn receipts were forty-four car
loads and prices were 'iyi cents
up. Prices ranged from 76 cents to
7$$4 cents per bushel.
There were forty-three carloads of
oats on sale and prices were 'A cent
higher. The sales were made at 38
40 cents per bushel.
The weekly warehouse statement
showed an enormous increase in
wheat stocks in Omaha elevators and
a decrease in corn. The storage fig
ures on all grains now and on the
corresponding date of last year follow:
;. lit, 000
Increase, 1,427,000 bushels
kinds of grain.
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