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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916.
Wheat Sales Comparatively
Light at Price Declines Half
to b Cent. ,
CORN SELLS BIT HIGHER
Omaha, Jlj 10, lilt.
Caah whmt waa weak today, rnlln. from
4fc to 1lSo lower. Altbou.h wheat re
celpta continued very heavy, the aaloa wara
comparatively light, duo to tha fact that
tradera could not alree on arteee, tha eettera
being unwilling to aell their atuff at lower
A few early aalea of wheat were made
at II. 1H4, but tha bulk of tha No. I hard
aid around 11.11.
Moat ot the No. I hard wheat aold at
$1.00 and tl.U. the top price for the day
There waa a fairly active caah demand
for corn and the market aold from 14 a to
Tellow com ahowed up a little better on
the tablee and aold at a le premium.
The demand for oate waa fairly active,
but the market waa a trifle weak, ranging
from 14e to Ho lower.
Rye advance lc. and barley waa quoted
nominally le to 2c lower,
ciearancea were: Wheat and flour equal
to 027,000 buehela; corn, 170,000 buabela;
oata, none. '
Liverpool cloae: Wheat nnobanged; oorn
unchanged to Id lower.
Primary wheat .receipt were 1.160,000
buehela and ahlpmenta 101,000 buabela,
agalnet reeetpte of 1,700.000 buehela and
ahlpmenta of 101,000 buehela laat year.
Primary oorn recelpta were 1,121,040
buehela and ahlpmenta 470,000 buehela,
agatnat recelpte of 440,000 buahele and ahlp
menu of (44,000 buahele laat year.
Primary oata recelpta were 1.024,000 bueh
ela and ahlpmenta 004.000 buehela. egelnet
recelpta of 070.000 buehela and ahlpmenu)
of 440,009 buehela laat year.
,.. . Wheat Com. Oata
Chicago . . ,
Omaha , . . ,
St. Leula .,
"Thee aalea were reported today:
-Wheatt No. 1 hard winter, 1 car, 11.14(41
- No. hard winter: 4 ear, 1.14'; I cere,
1.11 ;1 cm 11.16; I care, 01.14; 1 car.
01.14; No. I hard winter: 1 car, 41.11; 4
care. 11.11: 1 car. 11.1014: 1 car,. 11.10: 4
cere, 11.00: 1 car, 11.07. No 4 hard winter:
I caa, 01.00: 1 care. 01.07; I can, oi.ee.
No. 4 durum, mixed; 1 car, 11.00.
Rve No. 1: 1 car. 01c.
Corn No. I white: 4 care, '70. No, 1
vellow: 1 car. 70c: 1 I-l cara. 78140. No.
yellow; I car, 71Vje; I care, 7114. No. I
mined: t car, 70c; t 4-1 cara, 771,0. No.
4. relied; I oar, 7414c
Oata No. I while: 1 ear. Ho: ear,
tlUjc, No. 4 white 4 care, Ho, Bampl
white: 1 car. 1714c: 4 cara. 17c.
- Omaha Caah Prlcee Wheat: No. I hard.
tt.13HOl.10tt; No. I hard, I.0141.H;
No. 4 hard, ll.oocjil.oo; No. I durum, 11.57
1.07U: No. 1 durum. 11.00 01.07. Corn: No.
I white, 77147THc; No, I white, 77t?7714o;
No. 4 white, 74677c; No. I white, 74144)
70c; No. 0 white, 7407614c; No. I yellow,
' 1114070c: No. I yellow, 7014 07114c: No.
vellow. fle70Ue: No. I yellow. 7744 071c;
No. t yellow, 7707114CS No. I mixed, 710
flue. No. 1 mixed. 1714071c: No. 4 mixed.
1414077c: No. I mixed, 7007014c: No. 0
mixed, 74 0 7(140. Oata: No. 1 white, 1014 O
lotto: et&ndard. 1001114"; No. I white,
lauailc: No 4 white. '1714 Olio, Barley:
Malting, OlOOlo; Ne. 1 feed, 41 V 41c Rye:
No. a, Utile: No, I, OOOllo.
OMAHA FUTUK1C MARKET.
Fairly Active Wheat Seaaloa, with Cora and
Trading In the future market waa rather
' auleL There wea eonelderabte Intereet
hows. In wheat, but the corn and oata mar.
k remained oulet throughout the aeeelon,
September wheat cloeed around ,114o lower
and December waa on aoouc no. .
nn reaction In wheat la generally
lleved to be only temporary, becauee of the
tact the re parte of black ruat continue to
pour la and are generally being accepted.
Corn waa ateady, the September oloolng
unchanged and tba Pecomber ruling about
While the condition of corn la not re
tarded aa critical, many ot tha tradera aay
that ralna will be needed aoon, aa tha hot
wlnda are taet drying up the oorn.
Oate cloeed a trlde lower on tha Septem
ber and December, with little Intereet
k In (baa rutarea.
Omaha eloaUtg prlcee en future for thW
July. 11.1114: September. tl.tlliOl.KH:
Com No. 1 red, UOII4.C' No. I White.
HO00o; No. 1 get'ow, .lf.ic juty,
tiO1014c; September, 7S..O; uecemner,
Oata No. t white, 4404114o; No
Butter creamery, lie:. Brats, oec; aec-
onde, 13c; packing, 1110c. .
Egge Flrste, 2114c.
Poultry Hena, 11c; neater. 1014c; broll-
210. .. -
NEW TORK OKNKBAL MARKET.
Quatattewa of the Day aw tha Leading Ceav-
New Tork. July 10. Flour Firmer:
winter paten ta, 94.7400.00; winter atralghta,
Wheat spot, Irreguler; no . 1 aurum.
1.1714; No. 1 hard, 11.11; No. 1 northern,
Duluth, 11.10: No. 1 northern, Manitoba,
1.1114, f. o. b. New Tork.
Corn spot, eaey; No. 2 yellow. le.
1. r. New Tork.
Oata Spot, eteady- atandard, 404 O
Butter Firm: recelpta, 11,044 tuba; mar
Bgge Firm: recelpte, 10,050. caaea; freeh
gathered extra fine, 11010c; extra flrete.
11021o; Srata. il'020'c; eecor.de, IIO
Cheeee Suady; receipts,
Poultry Alive. Irreguler; broitera, zoc;
fowle, 20cf- turkeye, 14010c. Dreeeed, Arm;
brollere, J lt 30c; fowle, 17HOlo turkeys,
Hay Quiet; prime. IMS: No. 1, 11.10;
No. 1, ll.05Oi.10; No. I, 00O07Ho; shlp-
Hopa Quiet: atata to common to enoice.
1010, 11020c; 1014, 107o; Pacific! coaat,
1111. 1101401 1014, OOlOc
Hides Steady; Bogota, llOl; can
al America, no,. ,
Leather Firm; hemlock flrete, I7c;.eec-
Pork Firm: ' men 1707.(n; family.
2l.00O20.00; ahort clear. $35. 0017. .
Provlelons Beer, quiet; mesa, fie.uuv
lo.oo: family, lii.ioeio.io.
Lard Beer: middle west, I11.00O1M0.
Tallow Weak: city, 7 He; country pe
dal, ; apeclal, 1140. ... , ,
OMAHA GKMKRAL MARKET.
Wholeeale Prlcee far Prod see Charged by
Butter No. 1 creamery. In cartons or
tube, lOo; No. I, 17e.
Poultry Broilers, 100; none, I.tto; geeee,
full feathered, lOo; rooatera and atage,
014o: duke, lie: turkeys, 13c; old tome,
lie; capo tie, 11c; guineas, 21c, aqua be, (Oo
to 04 per dosen; plgeone, (1 per doaen.
Cheeee imported Hwioo, id., eec; aomee-
tlc Swlaa, lb., Itc: block Swlea, lb., lOo;
Twlna, lb., 11c; triplet!, lb., 17c; daleleo, lb.,
17o; Tounc America, lb 10c; blue label
brick, lb., UHo; llmberger, lb., 11c; New
Tork white, lb., 10c; Rocquofort, lb., 08c.
Mtnsea nolle Oral Market.
Minneapolis, July 14 Wheat July.
1.12 H: September. 01.11 HO Ml 14; Cash:
No. 1 hard, llOltl No I northern, I1.21H
01.15U; No. 1 northern, 11.10H Oi.i'H-
Rye OIHOOlHc '
Corn No. 1 yellow, 11012c. -
Oa's No. 2 while, IIHOHo,
Flax Seed 1.15HH1.00H.
Liverpool Urala MarkaO.
Liverpool. July It Wheat Spot. No. 1
Manitoba, lie lOdl No. I, lis Id.
Corn Spot, American mixed, new, 10a la.
,1 HO H
i-'hiooirt. xlnstlnt nrlnoM. turn 11 hold Tha Be
by Ltt ok Bryan, atock avntt grtttt broker.
ill PtAii i n Mixisosinin sii.roni.1
" Julr I II 41 I II 47
Sept U 04-001 11 40
i ii 3
CHICAGO OssVAlN AND PEOTISlONB,
WrMsBt OpM 8trm mmI Cocm "Vt Vm-
CMaafftX Jvrtr Notwithitundtrif thit
. owlni U a rnw.i or untavoraDia tunMra-
mm In lh black runt urritory, whwt
pricM unlay mad a tranatant dlaplay ot
trcnattb. tha market tatar weakened aa
rttault of heavy elllnt baaed oo theorlea
that tha eron loaaea in elsht bad been die-
counted as much aa need be. Prtcea closed
unsettled, I1.1ISVH (or September and
i...M1s.ai.ai for December, with the mar-
kut, aa whole, e off to HA Ho up, aa
loin Dared with yeaterday'a nnten. tm out-
i-omi tn oorn ranted from o decline to
Htte advance, oaU cloeed o to H
down, and provtaiona varying from
ha need flvurea to aetbaok of lSUc.
. 4o far aa the character of orop advlcea
waa concerned, the wheat bulla had the ad
vaiitaa;e throughout. At the atart demand
waa enpeclally active and even etctted over
a proapect that flld condition northwett
m la ht become mucn woreo in anon oraer.
. Moat of the report Indicated that the
peat waa Inrreaalna; - In Manitoba, and
there waa word from a leading authority
that becauee of blight the yield la Baa
katvhewan would undergo a big ahrlnk
age aa compared with laat year. Damage
report from North Dakota became more
and more numeroua, ana portion 01 mm
neeota, near the Canadian border, waa
also aald to have been severely hit by
h.Bfitt r-uett Advance In Dries, however.
only enlarged the selling by trader, who
had taken the position that even If the
damage was fully aa aertous as appeared
- to be the csee, the altuation not longer jus
tified any further upturn at present.
Htrenglh In th Winnipeg market led to
something of a rally tn wheat prices here
Jiist belors' lite cioas. rne son conae,
luf-rtre. t horns h. was to leave Chicago quo
tat lens Anally at almost th Identical level
a had been th nil twenty -lour noun m
. Corn price receded to him extent when
the wheat market turned weak. Previous,
v corn tended to advance aharply. being in
, .flueneed in th main by widespread lack
nt imAiatare euMmMnlrrd by aatrem heat.
-Oata OfAsetl off deeptte announcement that
' lei.soO buehela had been aold here tor
port Country offering were said to have
ahown an tnoreas.
Prevtsiotis gav way under liberal sail
ing by long. Thar was a noticeable ab
sence of BUDoort by influsntial traders.
Provisions showed no decided change.
- Tber waa not much preeeur to sell.
baturBaaler i ereamerr. 14 0 II fee.
&4Uclpi 11,11 cas; market un
rot to a BssolpUs, II oaiwi market an
liury Allvs, lowwi fowl. He: aprlngs,
. 319110 .
ft. lraW tirala Msrhot.
M. fttt. J sly It. Wheab-No. I red.
new, l.il., no. I hard, new, 11.11
i.il: July, ll.n; gepumber, Jl.lltt,
Corn N. I, 11 Ne. I whlt.
Ilwlc; July, tlc; ptmler, TH H
Oatsrn. I white, lvici No. white.
llninr Cits Osawal lafki.
Kaa-Mis City. July lt. Whnt &
h&rd, ..ilgyi.zi; No- I rod, tl.2e9i.1cs
UVE STOCK MARKET
Small Sun of Cattle, With
Prices Higher on a Good
HOG RECEIPTS AEE LARGE
Official Monday . ...
Official Tuaday . . .
Three dara thla week 1.041 21,141 SM'2
Same daya laat week. .18.171 20,161 11,8)4
Same daya I weeks agoll,t21 ti.ilt fl,2
Same daya I weeka ago f,40v l?,2"l 14.S22
Rama day 4 weeka agol 1.3-4 12.101 1S.BI1
Same daya last year.. 1,761 Sl.llC !
Th following table ahowa the recelpU of
cattle, hog and aheep at tne South Omaha
lire atoca marxet for tn year to aaie, aa
oomparcd with last year
nm. iiB. Inn. Dee.
Cattle .... 84", IM 164,211 14,100
Hng 1,010,671 1,717,461 111,094
bheep 1,120,160 1,211,17 114,721
The fotlowlna- table ahowa the average
price of hog at the Omaha live stock msr
ket for the last few daya. with comparlao
juiy zi 1
C H. A at.
Wabash . ,
Mo. Pao. .........
C, A N. W., eaat.
A N. W.. went..
St. P., M. A O.
B. A O.. atuit...
C, B. A Q., weat.
ti. l. M f.t east.
B, 1. A P.. weat.
Chicago, Qt. Weat.
. Goffs Mvrk4.
New York. July I. Coffee Th market
tor future waa tomewnat irregular loaay,
ahowln early atrensth, followed by weak
ness In th 1st afternoon, under aelllng led
by Cotton xchanga hoiawa, so that final
prtcea war unchanged to I point lower,
with th tone eaey. Th opening waa i to
points ntgner ana teptemoer later soia
ud to i.bzc and uocember s.iic. repreaent-
In a net advance of I to T Dot Ms on out-
side buying and continued flrmn In
Brail), where Eurbe I believed to be ao
cumulating coffee In anticipation' of peace.
Attempt t get pronto at in aavano
were oniony responaioie tor tne tat set
beck, which carried September on to 1.440
and December to i.euo. ssiea, i,oo nsg
July, I.ISo; August, l.38o; September, 1.48c
October, i,4ic; November, l.3c: Dooem-
ber. I. lie; January. I.llc; February, I.Tlo;
Marca. i.Tio: Aorii. 1.10 Hay. 1.10c
una. I.tftc. Spot cotf, ateady: Rio 7a,
tto: Ssnto 4a, 10 "Ao. Finn offer from
Santoa wore Irregular, with 4a quoted at
oo911o. coat and freight, London cred
it. Th official cable reported a decline
of 71 rela at Rio, while exchange was 1-lld
mgner. - santo roturai, uncnangoa 10 to
M. Lal Llr Stoeh Market.
Bt. Louis. July 28. Cattle Recelpta,
,100 head i market strong ; natlv beef
a tee re, 17.009 10.11, yearling steers and
heifers, 11.60910.00: cows, 16.1091.00
stockers and feeders, 11.30 91. 16; Teias
and Oklahoma steers, 9i.609iO.dO; cowa
Snd heifers, IB.0091.00; prim steers and
neirera, i.769to.ia; nativ oaivas, f,9
HotsReceipts, 7,101 head: market,
lower, pigs and lights, M.0001. 10; mtsed
and butcnera, j,7D 9 ig.oo ; good heavy,
ir.t0 91O.Q0; OU1K, If.TOff i,t.
aneep ana uamDe neceipis, i.aoo neaa;
market, higher; spring lambs, 17.00910.00:
laughter awes, (6.6097,11; bleaching
ewes, t!.99ia.ot yearlings, ffl.eo9t.0o,
Chicago Llv Btoak Market.
Chloago, July . Cattle RsoelDt. 11.000
neaa marsei strong: native near eatti.
17.10910.10; western atear. 11.7191.10:
stockers and feeders. 6.0Q9I.0; cows and
belters, l. ioot.it: caivea, 0i.iD911.vo,
Hon HeeaiPts. If.oo head: market un
settled, 6c off to a ahad above yesterday'e
average; bulk 01 sales, ft.409t.10; light.
ft.1t910.1v; mtxea, ft.ee91e.1s; heavy,
ll.00 910.Httl rough. 11.0091.11: ola.
Sheas and iamB Keceipta, io.oq head:
market strong; wethers, Il.li9i.l61 lamb,
Weasel City Llv Stsek Markst.
Ksnsa City, July ll.-Cattle Reoeipts,
600 head: market steady : ttrlme fed ateere.
11.76910-10; dreaaad beef steers. 17. 6091.60;
wfsitrn iwisi, fhvowo.io. iivcs-wi nu
feeders. I 0v9l.l(; bulla, I6.I09T.Qv; caivea,
rtua noscoiipisi, ,ivv neaa; maraei
ateady; bulk, tl.609l.Tl; heavy, lt.li9i.lO;
pacaera ana Duivnors, imvvi, (a, llgflti
sneep ana lemo neceipt, 1,000 nean
market higher; Iamb. 11.10910.16; year-
una, t(.nvni,ii, weiner, ,.iaeT.
ft. ib v., ev.
New Tork, July II, Cotton future
openea steaay; uctooer, 11.11a; December,
ll.llci January, 11.42c; March, H.I4o; May,
Future closed barely steady: October.
1 1, 1 00 ; December, 1 l.llo ; January, It. lie
March, 11.61c; May, 11,81c. Spot, quiet
miaaiing upiana, i.ioc: saies, too be tea.
Liverpool. July If. -Cotton Soot atrons:
good middling, I. lid; middling, I. lid; low
miaaung, i.tia. mm, s,eos bales.
' Id Stack Market. . '
London, July II. Th feature of th
tock market, which was quiet again to-
ayt waa me atrengtn in unttea states
Steel, due to the quarterly statement and
th extra dividend. There was a sood
turn-ever In thee Issues and th common
advanced I point over parity. Other
anarea in tn American eectton war dull
stiver. ar, 10 h per ounc,
Money 4 k per cent.
Discount Rate Short bill, lit 91
cent; three months, 69lio. psr sent.
. ' Omaha Has Market. V
Omaha, July II. Upland pralii! Chnlcs.
fie. to; no. 1, ft.oovio.ot; no. I, T.s9
s.vv; no. s, ft.ooo,so. Hiaiana prairie
Nev 1. Il.0t9l.o0! No. I. IT OOtSI SO. U,
land prairie: Cholc. 17.00; No. 1, 14.00; No.
I, 14.0096.00; N. I, 11.00 9 4-00.
Alfalfa 111.00; No. 1. 110.00: standard.
1100; NO. X. 7.00; No. 1, 14.00 91,00,
Straw oat, ff.oo; wheat, i,oo.
Omaha. July t, 1IK.
!til.v HotisL SheeD.
Date. J 1111. "jllll. ltl4. ll.Tliil2.'TllU.
70 7 141
RecelDte ar.d dleoeelrlon Af live etaek at
the Unton Stork Yarde. oihaha, for twenty,
four hours ending at I o'clock p. tn, yaa
edday. . -
. BHCBIFTS CARS. :
Cattle. Boga. Sheep. H'r-a.
Total recelpta ll 141
. ., , DISPOSITION HEfAD.
Cattle Hogs. Bh.ep.
in l.eao 1,410
Morrla A Co....
Swift Si Co
Cudahy Pack Co
Armour A Co....
Schwarts & Co
Lincoln Pack. Co. ... ,
So. Omaha Perk. f?a
Swift (from country).
ivonr reca. uo ,.
V. B. Lewie
1. B. Boot 4V Co......
H. Bu te
L. F. Hues
F. O. Kellogg
Wertholmer St Degon...
H. F. Hamilton
Roth ..i. ............
Oleeeberg . ,,
Banner Broe, ........
John Harvey., ,
jenaen ft Mingren
.1,111 1,101 14,411
Cattla Receipts of eattla wara compara
tively light again today and tha 1.100 hud
en eaie were aoout equally divided between
graaaera and natlvea. proceed beef men all
aeemed to be wantlnc aome cattle and ....
thing that they could uee aold pretty clooo
to 10O higher than yeeterday, the beat ot-
lennga Doing cleaned up In good aeaaon at
the atronger flguree. Beat corn fed. aver
aging around 1,400 pounda brought 10.71.
Fair to good klnda Bold around ll.7iao.30.
Weetern graaa beef waa not particularly at
tractive tn point of quality, but fair to
pretty good rangers aoldVt 17.1607.76, with
northern matured Mexicans at 7,0Ot)7.1O.
Compared with the eloee of-laat week prlcea
are arouna zecaaee miner, and tne tone to
tha market he, ehown much Imnrovement
Cowa and hetfere were scarce and Bold
readily at atronger prices Tha advance for
the week Bmounted to 10 0 40c. Demand hea
broadened and competition from both ahlp-
p. re and feeders buyora haa been much
better this week than laat
Thar. war. Quito a taw frees stock oat.
tie and feeding ateero on aalo today, and a
vigorous demand for them.. Prices were
generally around lOo higher for anything
at all ueeful and tho general market le
about 104 lOo higher than It waa at the
oloea of laat woes.
Quotations on oattlo; O00S
beeves, o.loeiO.II; fair to good beeves,
0.401)1. 10; common to fair beeves, I1.40S)
1.00; good to choice yearlings, 0.50010.00;
fair to good yearlings, la.oovo.50; common
to fair yearllngo, 17. 1601. 00; good to oholoe
neltera, 7. 1500,10; good to choice cows,
I 7407.fl: (air to good cowa. 1I.00O0.7I:
common to fair eowe, II. 70O0.00; good to
choice feeders, I7.I60I.OO; fair to good
feedora, 17. 00O7.10; common to fair feed
era, 10. 00O7.00; good to choice atookera,
I7.40OI.00; atock heifers, ll.10O0.7i; stock
cows. II.IIOI.IO: stock caivea. 14.7401.10
veal caivea. ll.00Oll.7l: beef bulla, atesa.
etc, I0.i007.ll; Bologna bulla, MOl.io.
Ar. Pr. No.
..1041 It II.
1 it .
Ill l Ii
111 r ii
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
,. 001 0 10 7..
,.1100 il 00 1..
.. no 4 10 1. .
t 11 11..
0 00 I..
I 10 7., 1171
I 16 I..
I II 1..
I 10 1..
I 00 1..
Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
l 00 47.. Ill It Of
I 10 It.. 120 ... I li
t 21 IO..I7i lot I lit,
I li 71. .113 ... I 10
Ii 00. .100 ... I 40
I 41 10.. Ill 10 t 10
I ti 77. .110 ... I Oi
pen on up to 0.40, and acatterlng aalea aa
high aa 40.70, tha top. Sellers were unable
to beat 10. 00O0.10 on common paiikera.
Ropresontauvo. Bales: . ..
No. At.- 81k
II. .101 ...
10. .11: 00
00.. 164 lOt
16.. 131 ...
71. .Ill lit
16. .177 ...
70.. 107 ...
14. .111 ...
Sheen Early receipts oatlmatea from
other markets showed that the local run
waa the heavteel on the map. noma rorty-
threa cars or 11 400 head arrived, making
the total for the three days 13.881 bead.
This la about 400 heavier than laat week.
11.500 larger than two wceKe ago, ana
4.000 head gain over tne correaponaing
period a yeaf ago. - .
Conditions In the lamb trade were much
the same aa on Tueaday. Local recelpta
were tolerably liberal, but moderate to light
rune were reported eleewhere, and pack
ing demand proved plenty broad enough
to take care OI every ining tnat wee nere.
Sellere asked higher prtcea right frt,m the
Jump, and while packere made a hard flvht
to Hold tn- marital aown to a ateaay Daaia
they finally had to roleo their handa, move
ment etarllng on a lOOIOo higher level.
Trading did not begin quite eo early as It
did yesterday, and was a ll'.tle more dreggy
after It did get under way. Many of the
lamhe offored were, as on previous days
of the week, none too daelrable, and quite
few of the eelee were made at 10.00 O
10.10. Twa etringa of choice stuff, of four
and alx cam respectively, set 4he day's top
of 110.16, the highest price paid alnce Mon
day of laat week.
Everything waa cleaned up long before
noon. A couple more loads brought the top.
10.10, while a two-load bunch aold at
10.11,' and another atrlng at 110.10.
Sheen weren't very nlentlrullv eunnlled.
and aold unevenly, being quoted generally
ateady. soma of the aalea looked, If any
thing, atronger, while othera were weak.
A pretty good kind of ewee aold at 07.250
7.00, the latter prlae being top. A few year
lings at 07.10 were eteedy with yeeterday.
and some good 1-year-old wethera made
18.00. Tho last end of the band of mixed
yearlings and wethera, a few loada of which
have been her. every day this week, brought
Feeders were not very plentiful, but de
mand did not aeem .0 eager aa on prevloua
day. of the week, and trading waa a little
alow on th. few here. Some that .old be
fore midday war. no more than eteady.
Quotatlona on aheep and larabe: Lamba,
rood to choice, 10.10O10.lt; lambs, fair to
good, 10. 60O10.10. iamba. feedere, 11.750
0.00; yearllnga. good to oholoe, l7.t0O!-!t;
yearllnga, fair to good, 07. 0007.50; year
llnga, feedera, 00.00 0 7. It; wethera, fair to
choice, 00. 70O0.00; awee, good to choice.
I7.00O7.00: ewee, fair to good, 5.7iO7.00;
ewee, plain to oulla, I4.00O6.74; awea, feed
era, I1.60O6.00; ewes, yearllnga, 7.60OI.00;
wee, breeders. Is and up, I.00O7.76,
No. - Wt Pr.
II native lambs 64 ; 10 00
ti native ewee ......,. u v
Hit Idaho lambe . 71 ; 10 li
UI0 Idaho lamba 70 II li
Local SOoekB and Bonds.
Quotations furnlohed by Burns, Brlnker &
Co., 441-11 Omaha National bank building.
Omaha. Neb. : ,
Stocke Bid. Asked.
Am. Smelt. Sec. Co. pfd. "A".-... 02V4 nk
lfoatrice creamery Co. pia. ..... e xuu .
Deere ft Co. pra ,
Falr't Cream. Co. 0 bet grant'd.
Fatr't Cream. Co. I pet. pfd... 102
aooeh Mill. A Ele. Co. 7 net. Dfd. 00
Cudahy Packing Co. 7 Oct nfd.,104 105
Lincoln T. a T. com. 7 pet...., rem
Lincoln Tr: Co. I pet. pfd...... 04 17
Kanaae City Ry. ft LL pfd 00 - 01
Omaha 4 C. B. Ry. A B. pfd.. 04 00
Omaha ft C. B. St. Ry. pfd 71 71
Petere Mill Co. pfd 10 lot '
Sioux City Stock Yde. pfd. (4 10
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey. 673 025
Swift ft Company 11314 13414
Union Stock Yards t pot atock.. 00 14 101
Argentine Nation Gold dlseount
notes April, 1017 To Net IVj
American Foreign Securities Co.,
I pet gold notes, 1010. 0744 01
Armour ft Co. 414., 1010 Oil! 01
Booth-St. Louis Oe. 1011 00 100
Benson, Nebraska Bch'l ia, 1040.107 107.15
Fremont Neb., t pet paving
bonda, 1010 1024; 101.11
la. Portl'd Ce't Co. 0a, 1010-1014 00 100
Imp. Jap. Oov't 414 2d ear., 1014 74 76 '
Kaneaa City Railway Co. note... 100 14 10044
Kaneea uity ttaiiway tat ea, ivee . .ve
Lincoln Tr. Co. la, 1111 1114
Montreal Tr'way I pot notea, 1017.0844
Omaha Oaa Oe. 1017: 04
Omaha ft C. B. St. Ry. la. 1111. 00 14
Pacific Q. ft Elec. ia. 1011 Ot
Bulaberser ft Sons Co. 0e. 1141. 1014 100U
City of Tork, Neb. O. I. is. 1010.101 H 102
HEW YORK STOCKS
Steel Gains a Point, Reacts
and Then' Takes a
FRENCH NOTES ON MARKET
Uto Stock Market.
July 10. Cattle Receipt.
' Bt. Josenh.
1,000 head; market hlffher; ateers, 16.600
10.00; cows and heifera I4.00QI1.60; caivea,
1. 00 1 1.00.
H oa Recelpta, 4,000 head ; market
Steady; top, 11.10; bulk of sale, l.409.6.
Sheep and Lamba Recelpte, 1,600 head;
market higher; lambs, 99.60010.16; awea,
4. 76 7. 1 6. .
New Tork, July II. Wall street's ap
parent indifference today to tha rscord
breaktnr tarnlnga and eitra dividends of
the United Bute Steel corporation and
other highly favorab! portent was a
aourre of surprise to tradera and flnanolal
in le rente generally. Steel rose a full point
in the flrat few minutes, relinquishing
more than its gain before noon, and closed
at a net gain of 11 points.
Other leading atock were, If anything,
leaa renponatve to conatructlve faetora. rulle.
In particular, making further decllnes. On
the aurface It would neem that much of
the day's depression waa brought about by
the ahort Interest, whone technical posi
tion haa been atrengthened by recurrent
feara of foreign liquidation and the lack of
public Investment Jnqulry.
Ueavy olTerlnga of the new French I per
cent notes recently negotiated by American
banker, was another Influence making for
added restraint. Sales of this issue for the
day approximated the large sum of 12,400,-
000, practically all at if, tne sUDacnpnon
prices Anglo-French 6a were relatively
ateady at the prevailing level.
Lowest prices were registered "in the
morning, the list making variable but In
conclusive" . recoveries In the filial hour,
mainly In consequence of short covering.
United State Industrial Alcohol and Mex
ican Petroleum, among the weakest fea
tures of the morning, regained much " or
their loss, with soma motors and muni
tions. Rati continued backward, however,
with Steel. Total aales amounted to 466,
000 ahares. . X"
Resumption of dividend on the common
stork of the Preaaed Steel Car company of
fered additional proof of a prosperous con
dition of the equipment concerns. Steel
trade authorities, reviewing that lnduatry,
referred to the heavy tonnage and large
purchase yet to be made in thla country
Th solo Issu of the exchange market
was the further ahadlng of marka. Ster
ling and franc were steady but dull. An
other small export of gold to Cuba was re
ported. . .
Speculative bond issues were slightly
lower, with total sales, par vain of 4,
166,000. Panama coupon 4a were Vk per cent
higher on call, with other government Is
sue unchanged. I
Number of sales and quotation on leading
Sales. Htarh. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar. .. , 1,800 89 87 S 18
American (Jan..:.. a. hod ok1 oJr 'A
Am. Car Foundry- 1,400 68 U 66 tt 66 H
S.VUU LM SO1
1,100 14 91 12
400 109 109 108
1,800 129H 119 121
1,700 18 12 32
1,900 79 77 71
600 104 104 104
7, B00 71 68
1,700 86 86
MRS. SPRAGUE PUT
00T OFGOLF PLAY
Mrs. H. L. Arnold Upsets Dope
v by Defeating Country Club -r
Veteran by One Hole.
OTHEE FAVORITES VICTORS
Am. Smelt, tfc Ref . .
Am. Sugar Refining
Am. Tel. A Tel
Am. Z L. 4 8....
Baltimore oft Ohio. .
Brook. Rapid. Trail.
B. S. Copper.;. . .
Cal. Petroleum . . . . .
Chesapeake A Ohio.
C, M. at St. P
Chicago & N. W.
C., R. I. ft P. Ry.
Chlno Copper. . . ,1 ,
Colo. Fuel ft Iron . .
Corn Products Ref..
Crucible Steel 12,000
Distillers- Becurmas l.zoo
8,000 68 01
100 19 18
100 177 177
1,200 64 63
Brie 4,000 85
ueneral Electric. .
Great No. pfd......
Ot. No. Ore ctfs...
Inter. Con. Corn. . .
Int. M. M. pfd. ctfs. 14,100
K. C. Southern.... 500
Kenneeott Copper.. 11,600
Louisville A Nean
11 , K. T. pfd....
National Tead. ....
New York Central.
N. T N. H. 4 H..
Pacific Tel. Tel. ......
Ray Con. Copper.. 1,000
Kep. Iron A Steel. . 8,400
Shattuck Aria. Cop. 700
Mrs. E. H. Sprague of the Omahs
Country club, for many yean con
sidered the leading woman golfer of
Omaha and city champion for 1915,
was defeated in the second round of
the women's state golf tournament at
the Omaha Field club yesterday,
Mrs. H. L. Arnold, one of the younger
Field club women experts,, defeating
the veteran, I up.
Mrs. Arnold had Mrs., Sprague 2
down and three holes to play, but
Mrs. Sprague braced and took the six
teenth hole in i and the seventeenth
in 5. Mrs. Arnojrt did not lose nerve,
however, and took the eighteenth and
deciding hole handily when Mrs.
Sprague sliced her drive into the trees
and took two strokes to recover.
In other chamoionshio round match
es Miss Louise Pound, of Lincoln, the
tavorite, oeieatea Mrs. t. j. jjespecn
er, 5 up and 4; Mrs. John W. Tillson
beat Miss Mable Melcher, 1 up, and
Mrs. J. T. Stewart, 2d, beat Mrs.
Blaine Young, 6 up and 5.
inursday morninu Mrs. Tillotson
meets Miss Pound and Mrs. Stewart
playi Mrs. Arnold in the semi-finals.
following are the results of-
Wednesday'si play " in flights other
than the championship: .'.
Mra. Dean Rlna-er beat Mra J. w p.rreH
1 and 6.
Mra. Frank Ruaaell beat Mra. John Be
kine, 5 up and 4. v
Mra. W. W. Rlchardaon beat Mra. A. S.
Midlam, 4 up and 1.
. Mra. Erneet Sweet beat Mra. E. D. Branch,
1 up, II holee.
: THIRD FLIGHT.
:' Mlea Alice McKenele he.t Km r. u t.am.
5. up and 4.
Mra. C. 8. Tobtn beat Mro. Dreaher, 4 up
and I. '
Mra. a. A. Roae beat Mra. S. E. Mathoon.
up and I. i x
Mra. W. B. FhllbT beat Ure. Tr. V. r-r.
S up and I.
FIRST CONSOLATIONS. r : '
Mra. K. A. Llnls-er beat Mra. W. a. 811.
ver. 1 up, 10 holea.
Mra. Howard Goodrich beat Mra. Allen
Parmer, 1 up. ,
400 101 107ViT"1074
1,300 U8H 110 11.
200 3544 34 u.
1,300 104 103V4
00 01 01 Vj
1.B00 127 U 126 126
100 111 111 110
160 I 10
100 11 10
Dry Gesoia Marhi. 1
New Tork, July II.- Cotton goeda were
quiet, but firm today. Btspl dree goods
were priced for spring ot 1117 on levels
rsryln from 1 te 10 cent yard higher
than rail price named laat epring. Quan
tities tht can be supplied by mill wilt be
restrict d, Worsted yarns were steady s'.td
quiet. There wsa hatter . Inquiry for
burlap. Lseea snd embroider! war quiet.
Savannah. Os.. July II Turpentine
Msrkat, firm, 41f43e; sal, 171 bMs.;
receipts, 4TI bbls.; shipments, 1.11T bbls,;
locks, 14,901 bbls.
Hosin Market, firm; aales, 1,411 bbls.; r.
eetpts, 1.114 hbla.i shipment. 4,011 bbls.;
stock, 11,177 bbls. Quote: A, B, l.00; C.
D, 16.10; B. 16.10; P, O, 11.40, H, I at, M,
N, 16.60; WO, 16.61; WW, 16.10,
MtaJ MattMC. ,: -New
Tork. July I.M tale Lead. .1I
asked, spelter, steady; spot fcaat St, Louts
delivery, 10t0c Copper, steady; else
1 raly tl& 14.D01T.Oo. Iran, atettdy nii vn
chsngvd. Tin, quiet; spot offered at 111.91.
At Lofldon copper: Hpot, ClOO; futures,
C9: elevtrulytlc, llll.
fu tares, 166 6s. Lead,
Tin; Spot. 1166 1
(21. . Bpsltsr, III.
110 11 II
170 It 71
STOCKERS AND. FEEDERS.
Ill 7 16 ' ,
WBSTERNS. ' r ' -
7ateera.. Ill 1 60 II steer.. 1106 1 40
4lteer..1100 I 00 II feeder. 101 T 10
4Tstr..101l I 10
Richard Phicater South Dak. Max. "
17 ateers.. Ill 1 00 11 ateers. ,1001 T 10
ltr..1016 T 60 64ateer., 111 T 00
O. W. Walts Neb.
linear.. Ill 110 T steers. .1014 T II
v r. r. uurnai hoo.-
14 cow... 910 110. I oows. , a 111 I II
w. W. Drlsksll Wya,
l4owa..v ITT I 10 loow.,, 144 I Tl
7 cowa... HI I 10
Moss Receipts of hog war tha largest
of th week to data, 144 ears, or about
10,400 head being reported tn. For tne nrst
half of th week the run toots up 11,140
head, being 1,700 larger than a week ago.
but nearly 1,000 am tier than two week
ago, and a falling oil of more than 1.000
as oemDared with the eeme days last year.
Am uaual, tha ahlppers bought aome of
th heat light and butcher hogs real early,
oaytng price that were not mora than a
nickel lower In any Instance, and an some
losds looked steady. After packer started
out, however, th outside buyer got some
ban ss much aa a dim lower.
A few of the Brat hog packer bought
wer a more than I4)10e lower, but most
buyer offered flat 19c tower price ngnt
from th outset, and when tha bulk of th
offering started to move tt was en that
Hellers nausea tnai ine acnn was
Inevitable and cut loo fairly free aa long
packers war willing ia ouy ea mat
basis, a good share of th offering Mine
aold before 10 o'clock.
On dowa markets it la usually tne eora
men hog that get th wont of th deal.
aad today wa a eseeptlen to th general
rule, packers leaving tnem em airings
wherever It waa pesatbi, and after the de
sirable hogs wars mostly cleaned p there
tvas quit a sprtnaiing oz oammoa pees era
left unsold, as wall as a few pretty good
hsAviaa. which were not- in tn seat ot ao-
mend. By this time, of course, drovee
war aiwtty well Ailed eat and buyers pro
ceeded to buy what hogs were left Jest aa
cheaply aa possible. This made 1st rounds
low. hut while some of the later aales
looked lie. and even more, lower, a pretty
fair clearance wa Anally effected, only
taw load belnsr unsold at midday, '
Price wer uneven, ranging from steady
ta 16c lower, th general market being
ttraiit ln lower. Most of the packer aold
at 11.16419.10. with a aprtnkllng of the
decant to good le both itavksrs end ship
IiOBadoa Wool Auction.
London, Julr 21. The offering at the
wool auction sales today amounted to s.uuv
bales, mostly crossbreds. Pine grades were
teady, but other sort wer 6 to 10 per
eent lower. Merino wer readily absorbed
except Inferior, which were alow.
Moving Pictures in
New York, July 26. The national
Association of Motion Picture History
to represent $500,000,000 in capital
and 22,000 theaters, announced to
night that plans have been completed
for a political campaign on the
screens against legislation alleged to
be aimed at the motion picture indus
The Kitchin bill now before the
senate will be attacked first, it is said,
as it propcsei to tax motion picture
theater, more than $1,000,000 a year in
addition to other taxes now imposed
on the industry. The screen cam
paign will be carried into every city
and town in the United States, where
there is a picture theater, according
to a statement issued by the associ
ation, ' ' ". .''
Child Labor Bill ,
Started for Passage
Washington. July 26. Yielding to
an urgent request from President Wil
son, democrats ot the senate in caucus
tonight determined to pass the child
labor bill at this session ot congress.
It will displace the shipping bill on
the senate calendar, coming up as
soon as the army and District of Co
lumbia appropriation, have been
passed. The shipping measure will
follow it in order and the revenue bill
will come next
Majority Leader Kern outlined to
the caucus the president's earnest re
quest for a vote on the child labor
bill before adjournment, and read a
flood of telegrams trom influential
citizen, throughout the country urg
ing its passage. - v :. t
Pastor Aked Quits
Ford Peace Plan
Detroit, Mich,' July , 25. Rev.
Charles F. Aked, formerly of' San
Francisco, this afternoon announced
his resignation as chairman of the
American commission to tne rora
Neutral peace conference in Stock
holm. . . i
The announcement was made after
an hour's talk with Henry Ford here
in which Dr. Aked said he unsuccess
fully urged a change in the peace
plans...... .; ".-":' nv v .Wv .,....;..
Tenneesee Coppef . .
Vnlon Pacific pft..
U, B. ind. Alcohol. .
IT. 8. Steel...
U. 8. Steel pfd
Wabaeh pfd. "B ..
10,000 117H UStt 12004
7,100 24 1114 23
000 100 103 102
11,100 13714 130K 1
19,100 107 10114 100
0 Special Sale al the '
UNION OUTFITTING CO.,
. lath and Jaekeea Sea. ...
SATURDAY. JULY THE 29th
For Full ramnolara See Friday Iva'o
1.000 111 117. 117
Mra. L. 8. Wernher beat Mra. C. N. John-
eon, 1 up.' - .
Ure. B O. Bruin. ton beat Mra. W. H.
Flinn, T up and 4.
Ure. C. J. Merrtara beat Mra. A, M. Smith,
I up and I. ... ' ,
Mra. F. A. Saffron beat Mra, C. M. John
atnn, I up and I. ,
re. Ray Ralnbolt beat Ure. C H. Aah
ton, 2 up and 1.- . ... .
Mra. W. B. Tan beat Mra. 1. A. McAl
lister, 4 up and I.- ' '
THIRD CONSOLATIONS.. j
Mra. W. R. Overmlre beat Mra. V. H.
Walker, 0 up and 0. , ,
Mra A. P. Mullen beat Mra. O. W. Smith,
I up and I.
Mra. W. Of Clark beat C. , a Oranden, "
Mra. C. J. Ziebarth beat Mra. Ctl. Mar
ley, 1 up and 0. 'A i
Union Giants Come
To Omaha Saturday
The Brandeis Stores and Chicago
Union Giants will be Omaha's big at- ,
traction in base ball circles Saturday
and Sunday at Rourke park. The lo-
cals have been meeting all comers and
are today the strongest semi-pro team
in the middle west, having lost but
one game of the seventeen played
this season. : . , .
Under the management of W. S.
Peters, the dean of colored base ball
. . .t. - i .. : c : i .i
iliaguaice. wic uiiiun j,cHiie nave i-
ways been considered among the '
crack colored clubs of the country 'r
and one of the hardest propositions
the Brandeis have to contend with.
r Khode will he on tne sian tor tne
Brandeis in Saturday's game, with -Burch
for the Giants.
Sunday Manager Bradford will use
Olson and the visitors will probably
uinrv Mienann , .
Howard Elliott is :
Bought by Cubs
; Chicago, July 26. Howard Elliott,
the Oakland coat- league catcher, -comes
to the Cubs as the result of a
cash purchase, it was announced to- '
day at the office of the Chicago Na- '
tionals. No playerS are involved in
the transaction. Elliott will join the .
Cubs jn the east,: expecting to leave ;
Oaklandtoday, and will act as relief "'
catcher to Fischer. ,'
ttffhtwrig hU Ar Mfttehed. "
Chicago, July 26. Ever -Hammer of Chi- s
caso and Johnny O'Loary. Canadian light- :.,
weight champion wero matched today to .'
box twelvo rounds to a decision In Boston.
August 1. They agreed to . Weigh 135
pounds. .-.-if v. " ;' - i
Total sales foi the day, 466,000 shares.
Nw York Money Market.
Nw fork,' July Prime Mercantile
pfinMi 1 iier cent.
Sterling jsxenange oixiy-amy unit.
H7iia' demand. U.lb; cables. 14.78.
Bonds Government, tlrm; railroad,
Time Lome Easter; sixty and ninety
days, 1H3 per cent; six months,
per cent. ' ,
Call Money Steady; highest, ti per cent;
lowest, i per cent; ruling raie, an per cn
last loan, 1 per cent; closing bid, 1 per
tent; onerea m m couu
t, a 9. Fc.lHUM.. K. T. 1st
U. S. ref.' 2s, cou.J8'
U B. SB, reg....iVV mu. au, v.rii. n.ivt
U. 8. Is, ou.e.ioo Mont- Power 6s.97i
U. S. 4s. reg..lwll". aoD. es.iis
a IT n ..lin N. T. City 444S
Ain. Smelt. Is.. 10? (ltfft) ...... .10 H
Am. T. T. ov. . .
aL. lflXU H. cv. s 112
Anglo-rrench s..t5No. Pac 4sV.....2H
a ii-nimn ran. a . , uv, i aaw, ..,.., n
a O. 4... .-.., O. B. L. ref. 4a. ..im
Bethiehem Steet . Pao. T. ft T. Se.ioot;
Vei l" 10(f'4Penn. eon. 4i...l4t
Cent. Pac W1....1S 4renn. ,en. 14e..iui
C ft O. cv. 4Vka..l514Rradln. .en. 4e..l4
n n M. a t le..l.at. L. ft 8. F.
C.'. M. ft St.-P. ' ref. 4e pfd im
,a... weo. ..Jm
C R I. A P. s. Pac. rer, 4a...tn.k
Cb . 4." . .7H18o. Ry. la 101J
C. ft 8. ref. 4(4e.ia)4y. P. 4.. ....... .14
V. ft R. O. con. U. F. w. 4a.....,14i
4. . .4 iiiu. a. nu. ...... .v..
Brie en. 4a. ..... 74 u. s. steel t in s,
Gen. Elec 5e...10l u. ' -,e
Qt. No. let .e.ei' -e-"nau
t n r i. kHU Elec. cv. 4e...lll
I. u. M. ea. . .ivo -w- 7,
K. C. 8. ref. Ie..""i ma.
L. ft H. un. 4a.. ..14 '4 -
,.",7" Bank Claariaaia.
Omaha, July II. Bank clearlnae for
Omaha to4y were 11.111,111.11, ana far
tha corraaponainf aay laat year ee.eit.eee.ee.
What to Avoid
In Hot Weather
CartltssiMU CausM Many Ills.
Iced drinks. imDure yater.
unripe food, and eat sparingly of
meat. In hot weather excessive thirst
causes many people to indulge in iced
drinks and other liquids injurious to
the delicate tissues of the stomach.
Physicians are unanimous in declar
ing that iced drinks, impure water
and unripe food cause the major por
tion of such distressing ills as Diarr
hoea, Cholera Morbus, Typhoid,
Cramps and stomach aches prevalent
at this season: If you would avoid
these distressing complaints begin at
once the use of Duffy's Pure Halt
Whiskey. It is conceded by many
physicians to be a most valuable dis
ease preventative. If taken in table
spoonful doses in equal amounts of
water or milk before meals and on
retiring you can be reasonably sure
of protection from disease incident to
summer weather. Don't fail to have
Duffy's at hand at all times. It is
your nearest doctor in case of emerg
ency. Follow the example of thous
ands of others. "Get Duffy's and
Keen Well.'' Duffy's is sold in sealed
bottles only, 1.00, and is obtainable
at most druggists, grocers and deal
ers. If they can't supply you, write
us. Useful household booklet free.
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Roches
ter, N. I. ,. '
Will9avo You Money
HOWARD SI .
In spite of the fact that every piece of
material that goes to make up a good felt
mattress is costing more, arid raw material
is steadily advancing, ;
our EVERY DAY low."
prices on mattresses -
and box .springs have
not been raised.
Our cotton top and bottom mattress, '45 lbs.,
is . $2.50
Our cotton and fibre combination mattress
durably made and as springy as a
, j hair mattress, 45 lbs.,;, covered in ' arT
.ticking, is . ' . $6.75
Our prime felt mattress,- roll edged and
built in layers of sanitary felt, 45 lbs.,
covered in art ticking, is . . . ... .$7.50
Our felt top box springs, made to fit your
bed. Prices.;. . . $9.75, $13.75, $15.00,
All covered in art ticks.
A. few more of those '.
; neat brass beds, $(5.95
A continuous" post, full
2-inch, 5-8-inch filling
rods, brass bed, $1 1.75
LAST TIMES TODAY P
1 Jaaa L. Laakv Preeante " -
' MAE MURRAY in
THE DREAM CIRL."
A ICC CooImI Tha.t.r
siiUdC Biggest Featura.
' LILLIAN WALKER
"The Ordeal of Elizabeth"
TODAY OE WOLFF HOPPE IN
"Casey at the Bat"-;
Caeeter Caaklbi aa t- -
"Hla Firal Falea Stea." ,i ?
MAN AW A
WHERE THE COOL BREEZES BLOW
BATHING The Beat Place ta Bath, la Thla
Settlou al the Cauntry.
Baatfaiff, Bowlhat, Daacb.., Rtdia. Davfeaa
An Maar Other Atlrectlene.
Ftae Pkalc Grave Fraa Adralaalae 4a Park.
lOe car far Irene Oeoaha far a4ul4a
avrchaaa retina trip tickete far cHUdreai aai
Maaaw.Bara, ISc :. .
Advertising is the pen
dulum that keept buy
ing and telling in motion
Complete Change Today
nrriSamw WLLH. FIELDS
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