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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1916.
Omaha Wheat Receipts Larger
, Than Any Other Market by
"' Over One Hundred Cars.
SALES HEAVY AND STEADY
. Omaha, Auiust 4, Ul.
- The Omaha wheat receipts today e
eested Ihoaa of any -other market In tha
United ' states by 1SI cara, Kanaaa City
Mns tha next htiheat with total of
S7-T can of wheat.
There waa an exrellent demand for all
hlnda of wheat and the aalea were very
heavy, moat of tha aamplei aelllnt around
Tha com market waa a trifle weak and
ruled from c hither to lo lower, the
bulk of the aamplea coins at the decline.
The caah demand, however, waa strong
enough to take care of the recelpta, which
were comparatively Ha-ht,
-The oata market waa not very active
and tha market ruled from ateady to ftc
' Jlye waa quoted nomlnalty 1 cent lower
and barley ruled from 1 cent to t centa
Clearances wes; Wheat and flour, equal
to 9vl,0OT bushels: corn, 8&8.000 buabela;
oats, 43.ao buahela.
' Liverpool cloae: Wheat, 3Q3d higher;
corn, unchanged to Hd lower.
Primary wheat recelpta were 2.010.000
buahela and ahlpmenta l.OU.000 buahela,
eestnat recelpta of MR.OOO bushels and ahlp
menta of 773,000 buahela laet year.
Primary corn recetpta were 042,000 buah
el and ahlpmenta 027,000 buahela, agalnat
receipts of 480,000 bushela and ahlpmenta of
J44.000 buahela laat year.
Primary oata recelpta were 1.120,000 bnah
ah) and ahlpmenta 030,000 buahela, agalnat
recelpta of 211,000 buahela and ahlpmenta
of 401,000 buahela laat year.
; CAHLOT RECEIPTS.
Chicago ...221 221
Duluth ' 00
Omaha loo 42 44
Kanaaa City ...277 12 0
SL bonis 122 41 40
Theee aalea were reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1 car, 21 20H;
1 car. $1.20; ( cara, ll.20Vi: 11 cara, 11.21;
1 car, 11.27; 0 cara, 11.27. No. 2 hard
winter: 1 car. 21.21; 4 cara, H.itVi: il cara,
ll.jn; 17 cara, 11.27 Vi; 2 cara, 21.27. No. 2
hard winter: 1 car, 11.20: 2, cara, II. 1711;
I cara, 21.27; 1 car, II 24;l oara, 11.20;
1 car. 21.20; 2 cara. 21.24; 10 cara, 11.24;
( cara, 11.22: 0 cara, $1.22; 1 car, 21.22.
No. 4 hard winter: 0 cara, $1.21; 2 cara,
$1,20; 4 cara, 21.20; 4 cara, $1.11: 4 cara,
11.14: 4 cara, $1.10; 1 car, $1.12; 1
car, $1.10. Sample hard winter: 1 car, $1.17;
J cara. 21.14; 1 car, $1.11; 2 cara, $1.11.
Barley No. 1 feed: car, 02c,
Corn No. 2 white: 2 cara, 72c. No. C
white: 1 car, 71e. No,'2 yellow: 1 car, 78o.
No: 2 yellow: 4 cara, 70o. No. I yellow; 1
oar, ?0c. Sample yellow; 1 car, 71c. No. 2
mixed: 1 car, 77 c; 1 car, 77o. No. t
mixed: 2 ear. 7$c. No. 2 mixed; 1 oar,
Oata No, $ white: cara, 20 4c; 4 cara,
22c No. 4 white: 2 cara, 30c: 1 car, 38c.
ample white: 1 car. 20ct f cara, 32o; J
car, 28o. No. 2 mixed: car, 2ic.
Omaha Caah prloea Wheat: No. 2 hard,
$1.18 tl.it; No. 2 hard, $1.2201.27:
No. 4 hard. $1,108)1.21; No. 2 spring, $1.20
1.24; No. 2 aprlng. $1.2201.30; No. 2
durum, 21.1C01.27; No. 2 durum, $1,120
1.20. Corn: No. 2 white, 78078c:
Ms. 2 white, 7tK018c; No. 4 white, 770
77c; No, i white. 77077o; No. 0
white, MtT7c: No. 2 yellow,'77i078o:
No. 2 yellow, 77078c: No. 4 yellow, 780
!0c; No. 2 yellow, 70410 70c; No. 0 yellow,
7l07tio: No. 3 mixed, 1777e; No.
3 mixed, 77077e; No. 4 mixed, 70O72c;
No. t mixed, 20O7tc; No. I mixed. 70
I(!4c Oau: No. 2 white, 4440c;
laniard, 889 40c; No. 2 white, 120
tc; No. 4 white, 28032c. Barley; Malt,
mi, 23070c: No. 1 feed, (8001c, Rye: No. I,
30 0 07c; No. 2. 00 0 30c.
OMAHA Fl'TlTtB MARKET.
Black Boat Ke porta Prompt Stroag Advance
' Wheat made another strong advanoa on
mora black mat reports.
Wheat opened 2 centa higher on Septem
ber, 1c on December and a half on tha
May. Trading waa active during tha whole
of the aeaalon and there waa heavy trading
In wheat at tha close,
. There was conalderablo Interest In oara,
but the oats market was rsther qulsl
- September and December corn closed
steady, and oata remained practically un
changed during moat of tha session.
, Omaha oioaing prices wu tuiures for this
Art I Open High. ILow.l Close. I Tea.
'set It il0H 1 22 120 132 "4
Dec. I U 132 13t 122 Jllti
May 1 24 1 24 124 132 222
3ept 70 70 70 M
Dec , tl 06 ti 01, 02
-ept . 40 - 40 40 40 40
.Ueo 43 43 43 43 42
May 42 44 42 40 40
Chicago closing prloea, turn
by Logan at Bryan, atock and
SIS BOUin Bixieenin eireei;
lahed The Bee
Close, I Yea.
13 17 H
II 17 Si
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Ok Reports f Mar Black But, Gtala Frieee
: G HlttlW. .
Chicago. Aug. 4. Widening out of the
black rust area In Canada, as reported
through ordinary trad channels, sent
the wheat market waring today to the
highest prlcea yet thte saeon. Denial by
Canadian government official! appeared to
have no Influence. The outcome waa a
eirenf eloee at 4a to 4o net advance, with
.September at I1.I4H and December at
IMS. Other leadings staples, too. all
cored gains, corn c to lHc; oata lo to
4?c, ana provisions ioc 10 axc.
Broad demand characterised the wheat
market almost uninterruptedly throughout
the day, with foreign purchasers taking the
lead. Export buying for Immediate shipment
as distinguished from European Acquisition
of pit contracts for deliveries In future months
amounted to 700,000 bushels, mostly do
mestic winter wheat at the topmost figures
realised so far In -4110. Exporters said It
waa not so much a question of price as of
getting the wheat Xt least one foreign
government seemed to be directly In the
market as a buyer. The burst of strength
'that began the Instant trading opened, and
that reached the acme Just before the
close, waa laid In the main to dispatches
from a leading expert who telegraphed
from Regtna, Seek., that northward from
. Eatevan, Bask., the fields were all Infested
with black rust
Assertions from Candalan officials that
the rust In Saskatchewan wheat fields was
. ih comparatively harmless red variety and
not the dreaded black klad, received but
scaat attention from Wheat traders here.
The largest . holders stood firm In their
bullish views, especially as the crop outlook
la Manitoba as well aa In Saskatchewan
seemed, according to unofficial advices, to
be growing distinctly worse.
Corn rose with wheat and as a result of
drouth and heat, only era tiered showers
jworo reported. Oata were in active oe-
nodhftti There waa a- liberal exoort rail,
Influence-! apparently by continued unfav
orable reoorta concerning yields.
Higher prices on hogs gave strength to
pravlslofW. imennga were scarce. x.
mrnisspoUs Grata Market.
' Minneapolis, Aug. 4. Wheat September,
91.4,1. VMS; uece-moer, fi.ito List
Cash: No. 1 hard. I.44H: No. 1 northern.
1.40Mlft. No. I northern, fi
F lour Unchanged,
Rye Il.0e)1.01. ; f
. Aran 411.10.
Corn -No. I yellow, Il(fl3e.
Oets No. I white. tIthCUc.
ViaxaaeoV-II.U 0 1.31 .
' liTwuiil Grain Mark.
Liverpool, Aug ., 4. Wheat Spot No. 1
HanitoM, ao; no. i re a weetem win
rr. lb lOd.
- t'orv Spot America slMd. new, , la
NEW YORK STOCKS
Dealings on the Exchange Are
Light and the Market Is a
Most Listless One.
SHIPPING SHAKES LEADING
New Tork, .Aug. 4. Dealings In today a
listless market differed In no essential par
ticular from those of recent settstons. Ex
cept for the first hour, which witnessed a
fair average of transactions at moderately
higher levels, the record was one of In
(.onrucimg croo news.' la bur pond It one.
which offered little encouragement, addi
tional excellent railway earnings and the
further retina of montv- raten. all rinr
of importance In more normal times, were
ignored or received with Indifference. Sen
timent among traders lost little of Its oes-
slmlsm, but the scant supply of certain
stocks available for short covering made for
Shipping shares were the leaders, so far
as activity waa concerned, the turnover In
Mercantile Marine, common and preferred
at moderate gains far exceeding any other
Issue. Marine 44 per cent bonds also were
active at the new high price of 107, and
United Fruit reflected further accumulation.
Motor shares rallied sllahtly from their
low levels of yesterday, but the Inquiry for
these Issues lacked Its former spontaneity.
retroieums were nanny more steady, al
though trade conditions were without
change, and munitions were apathetic with
metals, except Tennessee Copper, which
again lost ground.
Sugars suffered, but the additional depre
ciation In quoted values among this group
was attributed quite aa much to over-extended
bull accounts as to statistical or
United Htstes Steel, wntcn was relatively
Inconspicuous, held steady with rails most
of the day, but the latter shaded In the
final nour, tnougn oniy nominally.
The lrresu ar bond market roiiowea tne
course of slocks and lacked especial features.
Offerlnse of international issues snowed
steady diminution. Total sales, par value,
were M, 480. ooo.
united states bonds were uncnangea on
Number of sales and leading auotallona
on the market were:
Bales titan, ww, uiose.
Am. Beet Sugar.. 11 100 87 86
American Can 700 66 M
Am. Car A Fndy.. 1.100 &8 67 M
Amer. toco 1,000 07 67 S
Am. S. ft Refs.... ZOO tz IZ Vi
Am. Sugar R--ff , 100 108 109
Am. Tel. ft Tel... 'sou izvft izb h
Am. 7.1 nn L. A 8.. 600 114 3! u 11 k
Anaconda Copper.. 1400 70 14 78 78
Atchison 1.000 103 101 101
Baldwin Loco 1,200 71 74 70
Baltimore ft Ohio. 800 B6 84 14
Butte A Sud. Cdu. 200 St 4 64
Cat. Petroleum 17
Canadian Faclflc. 100 17B 17G 176
Central Leather... 100 14 4 64
Chesapeake A Ohio . . 69
u, m t. ram.. 700 S4 i m
Chicago A North 12
C. R. I. A P. Rv.. 4.000 18 18 18
Chlno Copper 1.909 47 47 47
coo. rue ft iron.. 1,000 41 43 V4 434
Corn Prod. Refg 13
Crucible Steel 1.000 07 07 67
Distillers' Security. 1,200 48 43 48
Brie 800 lit 34 14 V
General Electric... 400 160 167 167
Ot. Northern pfd.. 1,000 117 116 110
Gt. North. Ore ctfs II
Illinois central..,. too 101 102 102
Inter. Con. Corp 16
Inspiration Copper 1,000 41 41 40
Inter.' Har.. N. J
Int. M. M. pM, ctfs. 17,100 80 88 88
r. u, BouiDvrn . . , , it'iu io it XI
Kennsoott Copper, 2,400 it 44 44
Louis, ft Nash 200 136 126 126
Mex. Petroleum.. 1,200 06 06 06
Miami Copper 400 13 18 3tl
Missouri Pacific.,, 400 4 4 3
Montana Power II
National Lead 63
Nevada Copper.,.. TflO 17 17 17
N. Y. Central 600 101 103 108
N. T,, N. HAH.. O0 61 67 67
Norfolk A West " m
Northern Pacific. . 100 111 110 110
Pacific Mall it
Pacific Tel A Tel 33
Pennsylvania 1,000 66 66 66
Ray Con. Copper.. 600 23 22 12
Reading 1,100 94 13 08
Rep. Iron A Steel 41
Shat. Aril. Copper. 25
Southern Pacific, 100 01 17 17
Southern Railway 23
Studebaker Co.... 14,800 124 121 124
Tenneasee Copper.. 1,100 34 28 24
im company. j.vyo ivi 181 ISO
Union Pacific ,f00 131 131 188
union i"a,cirto pfd 83
U. S. Ind. Alcohol. 1.800 106 105 101
U. S Steel. I.200 xtttu sutZ mix
U. S. Steel pfd ..... 118
Utah Copper . 1,000 77 77 77
Wabash pfd "B,,.( 700 16 16 38 S
Western Union 13
Westlngh. Electric. 1,100 67 66 B6
stww Mm mi mi umy, itv,vvo snares.
TsUDS HELD BACE A LITTLE.
Crop Prospects Not m Good as They Wort
New Tork, Aug. 4. Dun'a Review tomor.
row will say: .
Exceptionally gratlfvlnv retMrta reaard-
lng trade, Industry and transportation are
somewhat modified by less favorable news
irom tne agricultural regiona. Yet the re
duced crop estimates, while accentuating the
tenaenoy towara wnoiesome conservatism,
have not raised doubts aa to tha malnten.
anoa of the forward movement In business.
in spite or the various drawbacks and un
certainties, confidence In sustained economic
progress Is undiminished, the large Increase
In new enterprises testifying to strong
faith in the future, .
"Notwithstanding the magnitude of pre
vious purchases, many Interests are disposed
to extend committments further, being
prompted to cover fardlstant needs by fears
of a growing scarcity of supplies and the
possibility that prices may go still higher.
Recoveries have occurred In certain lines
that recently showed evidences of reaction.
such as In steel and dry goods, while addi
tional advances appear In commodities which
thus rar nave given no signs oc yielding.
Weekly bank clearings were 14,167,040,431."
New York Money Market.
New Tork. Aug. 4. Mercantile Paper
1 04 per cent.
Bterung eixiy-aay diiib, oemana,
14.76; cables, 14.76 7-16.
Oliver war, so; Mexican, 4o.
Government bonds, steady: railroad bonds.
Time Loans Easy t sixty days, I 9 1 ;
ninety days, !OI; alx months, lf4.
Call Money Steady; high, 8; law, 1;
ruling rate, 1; last loan, 1; closing bid,
1; offered at 7.
U. S. ref. 3s, reg 11 "Mo., K. A Tex,
do coupon... . 06 1st 4s 74
U 8. Is, reg.,.100M. Pae. Con. 6s. 101
do coupon.,,. 101 Mont. Power Is. 17
U. 8. 4s, reg.,.10lN. T. C. deb... 111
od coupon. ..110 N. T. City 4s.l07
Am. Bmtjl. 6s..l97-N. T,, N. H. A
Am Tel. A Tel. H. ov. 6s 113
cv. 4s 101 No. Pac. 4s 11
Anglo-French Is 06 do la ; 66
Atcn. gen. ... iore. 8. L. ref. 4s. 11
Bait. A Ohio 4s. IOPao. T. T. la. .100
Beth. St. ref. OalOOUPenn. con. 4Ua. mid
Cent. Pac. lit.. IB do gen. 4s..l01
Ches A O c 4s l4Redlng n. 4s. 16
C.. B. 4 0. J. 4s 17 "St. L, A San.
C 14. A St. f. P. ref. 4a 11
v. ls.,.......10TSo. Pae. ev. Is. .108
C, R. I. 4 P. Ry. do ref. 4s 00
rei. te. tjubo. naiiway o..ioi
Colo A 8. r. 4i II Union Pac. 4s... 16
Krie gen. 4s.... 71 do cv. 4a tsu
Oen. Blao. 104 U. 8. Rubber 6a, 10!
'i-i. tso. is. jb.iwu. a. Bteel bs...06
til. Csnt. ref. 4s 88W. Union 4s. 04
Int. M. M. 4s.l00W. Klec. cv.ls.114
K. C. S. ref. Is. 11
L. A ,N. unl. 4s. 18 "Bid. Offered,
, Loadoa ISock Market.
London, Aug. 4. Business was restricted
on the stock exchange today In view of
the holiday tomorrow. American securi
ties were lifeless, with tha exception of
Canadian Pacific, which was supported.
Money was eaiy and discount rates wen
Silver Bar, 10 ll-ld per ounce.
Money 4 percent.
Discount Rates Abort btlli, t06 per
cent. , Threa months, l6 per cent.
City Grata. Market.
Kansas City, Aug. 4. Wheat No. S hard,
ll.2601.34. No. 1 red. 11.1091.37; Sep
tember, 11.11 j December, 11.11; May.
1.369).3f. . , i
Com No. 1 mixed, I10lle; No. !
white, ll0llc: No. 1 yellow, ll
llct No. 1. Iieilc; September, TIHc:
December, 68c; May, 71 c. .,
Oata No. white, ,44 044e. No. 1
mixed, 4ltf43c. '
. r K nu aisposuion or live itocg at
the Union Slock yards. Omaha, Neb., for
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'rJa
vr jl at d
. N. w., east...
AN W west..
mi. n. M. AO.,
a. a 14., east
, B. A Q., west. .
, R LAP ,
n t a p ...
Chicago Ot. West.!
St Loals Orala Markov.
St. Louis, Aug., 4 Wheat Higher, track
No. I red. 11.1601.41; No. I hard, M10
1.10: September. 11.11: December. 11.I7U.
Corn Higher; track No. 1, 18 o; No. 8
www. iu; oeptemoer, so uecemoer,
Oats Higher; track. No. 1. 40t40e; No.
t white, 4lc.
Rye 11. 04Ql.t4; steady. x
Dry Good Market. '
New Tork, Aug. ' 4,-CoMon goods were
firm and active today. Print cloths wore
higher and yams firm. Bur la pa advanced
after, substantial sales. Linens, dreai
goods, linings, and light weight men's
wear In fancy wwrsted lines were bousht
for spring. Jobbers reported; an active
LIVE ST0CK MARKET
All August Price Records for
Lambs Are Broken at
FEW HOGS AND CATTLE
Omaha, August 4. 1914.
RecelDte were: Cattle. Hon. Bhei,
Official Ifonttsy 6.063 8.038 18.0M
Official Tuesday 4,784 11.778 12.47k
Official Wednesday .. 3.670 14,414 4.437
Official Thursday 3,164 ,13.140 6.313
estimate rrtday 706 6,000 6.6U0
Five days thla weekl8.1B0 62.a0 47.000
Uatne days last week.M,4H8 40.428 68,477
Ssnte days 2 weeks eanl6..4l 39.201 40.212
Seme days 8 weeke asol6.463 44,120 30.146
Same days 4 weeke asoio.362 42.073 34.611
Same days last year.. 14, 387 33,940 66.641
The followlna tshle show, thv recetnts nf
cattle, hogs and aheep at the South Omaha
live biock maraet for the vear to date, as
compared with leat year:
1014 19)6 I nr. nn.
Cattle 048.970 873.226 06.746
Hfta 2.107.210 1.872.616 234.094
Sheep 1,194,017 1,294.274 100.367
The followlna table shows the averse..
prices o' hogs at the Omaha live atock tnar
ket for the last few days, with comparisons.
Dste. ' 1914 11916. 11814. 11913. 11912. 11911
July 10. 0 8i I Ml ' II ! It 4 II
July 20. I 184, I 06 0 01 I 31 I 22
July 31. 9 8046 0 87 8 71 8 07 t 87
July 33. 3 31 14 t 78 8 07 2 28 J 36 I 32
July 22 I 00 2 U 3 83 1 34
July 34. 3 2044 0 SO 3 64 3 77 T 38 t 32
July 36. 3 37 3 24 2 77 T 47 t 24
Ju y 20. I 26 2 72 2 09 J 27 I 40
July 37. 9 31 t 00 2 69 7 46 I 06
July in. 0 91 0 23 3 08 8 48 I 04
July 39 0 40 0 28 2 02 8 67 J 00 0 17
July 8li 0 34 6 69 8 64 7 07
July 31. 0 34 I 43 3 46 8 68 1 73 I 10
Aug. 1. 0 14 4, 8 29 8 62 7 70 t 04
Aug. 3. t M I 00 8 48 7 36 0 69
Aug. I. I IH I II 1 H 7 93 4 70
Aug. 4. 0 14V.I I H 1 II I Q 92
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
87 8K6 807
142 707 1,069
129 899 1,736
63 747 14
it :::: .
48 .... t,37
Total recelpta. ... 27 79
Swift ft Company
Cudahy Packing Co..
Schwarts ft Co', '. '.
. w Murphy
Inroln Packing Co..
. Omaha S..LI.. -
Kohr Packing Co. .'.
uoany, from K. C...
Iwlft from Country. . .
n Rn a. r
r. u. Kellogg
Huffman ! !
John Harvey! I
Lenme at jrramca
(??.!!?. 1.010 6.790 J.380
CSU S AS USUMl An IPrlAmu h. i-l
oaltleNwaa comparatively light and business
wai Qftl.t, v,iih price about ateady w.ih
Tliim-day. Compared with a week ago.
oorn-fed cattle .how advanoea ranging from
16t. 6c, opd lhir has been about the aame
advance In cows and helfera. Prnh.hiv
two'thirda of the r.colute t thi. ti.. '
slit 01 weslern range cattle, and the re
cent' good rains throughout the corn belt
have grestly etlmulated the market for
?Iif l'.1' " radea. Beer ateers are around
1049 160 higher than a week eeo. he
selling around 18.00(08 60, the fair to good
kinds largely at 7.26($7.I6, and M.llcene
and common natives at 30. 607. 80. Tone to
s-"rsi maraei is decidedly strong; st
Considerable activity hsa
the stocker and feeder trade all tha week
and the trend of value, has hun hi.k..
alnca Monday. Anything at all desirable In
1.1. way ei eioca cattle or feeder ataera
la bringing fully 20. more then laat week
and the demand 1. greater than the aup
ply at preaent. Indications are favorable
for a good clearance for tha week.
Quotations on cattle: Uood to oholoe
beeves, Il.l0ei0.00i fair to food beeves,
28.76tyO.4Ui common to fair bs.vee, 27.0029
32.76: good to chutes yaarllnsa. Sl.60e.ta an
fair to good yaarltnga, S2.uot92.00; common
to fair yearlings, 04.1607.74; good to oholoe
grssa boavas, 84. 00 y 8. to; fair 16 1004 grass
beevss, IJ.lltJl.76; common Is fair grass
beeves. tt.l0(7.00i good to Cholc. helfera.
14.7607. to; good to choice oows, tt.ooo
i.e., .air id goea cows, 00.O0O0.00;
common to fair oows. It loot 7li good to
cholc. (.sders, 27.0UO2.lt; fair to good
feeders, 17. 00O7.20; common to fair feeders.
80.0UO7.ev; good to choice etockers, 37.000
O.li; stock heifers, lt.76 0t.7S; stock cows,
tt. 6000.60; stock oalvae, tt.7tO0.tv; veal
calves, I3.00O12. 00; beef bulls, atags, etc
20.2607. 3t; Bologna bulla, 2S.t0Ot.2s.
Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
71! 16 38 4 606 26 40
. .. 168
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
...1080 0 16
.,.1070 0 40
4 UOt I 10
030 I 71
too t 11
110 4 40
.1100 1 71
.1170 I 00
. 273 3 10
. 22S 10 31
. 101 10 71
. 170 It 10
S 01 I.,
1 00 9..
4 21 1..
4 00 1..
I 80 1.,
0 II 7..
1 21 1..
I 00 I..
360 10 60 7.,
130 11 26 1..
W. F. Aualln Neb.
2 heifers.. 200 28 II 4tstsers.. Ill 16 10
I steers.. 141 J It
a, Richard prlrjl n
It steer,.. 140 7 00 I steers.'. 1071 inn
27et.atra.. 71? t 81
Hoga Recelpta were lleht ... .
Friday, and contrasted ahamlv with B..i.
oue days of the week when runs were as
abnormally heavy tor thla time of year.
Title morning only aeventy.nlne cara, or
1,000 head, showed up. The total for tha
wees to date la se'Vthe heaviest In a long
time, amounting to 13,390 head, which le
13,000 larger than laat week, 13,000 heavier
than two weeke ago and mora than ii oao
greater than for the aame daya laat year.
With so ahort s run shippers who had
fairly broad orders were out early buying
hoga at prlcaa that .were uneven and any
where from 100 to aa much sa 44a higher
This free shipper buying threw s scsrs Into
the packers, who also had need of quits a
few hoge, snd they, too, got oft to sn early
atart, paying prlcea that were anywhere
from a dim. to In most csaea llO30u higher
and In spots even 3lo above yeaterday.
They had the bulk of the oir.rlnga bought
up before any reports w.re rsc.lvad from
Closing rounds were a little elow Th.
was nothing very desirable left at tht tin,.
and tradera had aome difficulty in reach-
iiis an asreement on tne prices for a few
loads of plain mtsed snd hesvy stuff, and
the result waa that a complete clearanoe
waa not made until some time after the
bulk of the supply had been cleaned up.
General trade waa ItOtOo above yeeter
day. ragalnlng alinoet halt of Ih. break
orcea earner in tne week and eavlna val.
uea no more then s good Quarter below 4he
oioaa ot laat week. After aslllng "under
tne mil ror two aaya in. DUlk of th. pack
lng hog. w.nt back above tt.oo todae. htn
Quoted at 18.004)0.10. Quite a aprlnkllng
of the beat hoga sold to both packers snd
snippers, aa nign as 09.00, snd ths top
130 It II
04., 211 240 0 01
01.. 188 SO I 10
No. At. lb. Pr.
71. .218 , 40 II 00
,01, .102 . 20 2 0714
42. ,262 20 I 16
" III ,,. t tt
72.. 234 ... 2 26
60. .180 , ... 44
T7..10S 21 I 26
Sheep All told, receipts of sheep snd
tamtta wars twenty ears, or about 2.60O
head, a very decant week-end run. Five
d.ya' euppliee toot up 47.000 head. h.m.
11.600 ahort ot laat week and 2,000 entailer
man las. year, out s gain Of about 7,000
over Iwol weeka ago. .
All August price records In the tenth
trade went by the board today when on
the ereet or a 26c advance, bulk of the
offerings sold at III.2I. which rigur. l,
more than 12.00 per eisndred higher than
Ine bet mark- aver worded In August
previous 10 thta year. One -Iwelve-r-ar band
uf rangera made up ths entire lamb supply,
two other loads received being billed direct
ts packers. Bvarythlng sold esrly. As
compared with a week ago lambe are too
76c higher. Range tope show a flat 00c up
turn, and native kinds have. If anything,
advanced more than weeteme. Valuea are
now higher than they were any time In
The old mutton supply waa too small to
make a market, traders calling prices nom
inally steady. What ewea were here went
t9 breedera. They were aged etuff and In
good flesh, and eold at 18.00. Three cars
or yearllnga went to a feeder buyer at 17.66.
the high price ot the season, being a nickel
higher than some sold about a week ago.
Packera took most or the cull lambs, paying
30.60 ror them.
Aged sheep, while showing a good rtrm
tone since Monday, are no higher than
they were a week ago. For three coneeeu
tlve weeka mature mutton valuea have sold
In Just about the eeme notchea.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambe,
good to choice, 1 1 1.00 1 1.26; lambe, fair to
good, 110.26(111. 00; lambe. feeders. 18.760
9.86: yearllnga, good to chok-e, !?.7!8.26;
yearllnga, lair to good. I7.00O7.76; yearlings,
fair to good, I7.00O7.60; yearlings, feeders,
16. 6007.66; wethere. fslr to fhott-e. 36.760
8.00; ewes, good to choice, 87.OOtP7.60; ewee.
fair to good, 16.7607. 00: ewes, plain to
rulls. 14.0001.71: ewes, feeders. II. 60O6.00;
ewea. breedere, all ages, 16.264.9. 00.
o. Wt. Pr.
73 native ewes 92 7 36
36 cull ewee 82 4 76
11 native lambs 72 10 76
180 native ewea 86 7 26
10 cull ewes 78 6 00
78 native lambe 03 110 76
30 cull lambs 40 2 76
23 native ewea 96 7 25
84 native feeder ewes 86 4 76
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
St. Loul,, Aug. 4. Cattte-Recelpts.
,100 head; market lower: native beef
steers, 17. 60010.26; yearling eteere and
helfera, 8. 60O1O.00: cows. l6.60TrO.00:
etockere and feeders, 16.36438.10; steers,
15. 60O0.10; prime southern steers. 19.0040
10.00; cowa and heifers. 16.0008.00; prtme
yearling ateere and heifers, I8.75O10.25;
native calves, to. 00011.75.
Hogs Receipts, 8.000 head; market
higher: pise and lights. 1S.60&9.80; mixed
and butchers, I9.60O9.90; good heavy, 39.80
9.90; bulk of sales. I9.0509.sii.
Sheep and Lamjjs Recetpta, 1.700 head;
market higher; aprlng lambe, 17. 00010. 46;
alaughter ewes, I5.00O7.36; bleating ewes.
to. 00010.00; yearlings, oo.ouoo.ou.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kanaaa City. Aug. 4. Cattle Recelpta,
1,000 head; market atrong; prime fed steers.
I0.600 10.10: dressed beef ateers, tl.suiir
0.25: western steers, I6.75O9.00: cows, 14.70
&7.60: helfere. 26.0000.60; stockera and
feeders, ld.009S.00; bulls, I6.25O0.71;
Hoga Receipts, 4,000 head: market
higher; bulk of salea, 29.1609.75; heavy.
19. 6000.06; packera and butchers, II.00O
80; light. I9.50O9.76; plge, I8.5UVS.7D.
Bheeo and Lambs Recelpta. 1.600 head;
market 16c to 25c higher; lambs, lto.00
11.26; yearlings, I7.71O8.60; wethers, 17.500
00; ewes, 7. 0007.76.
Chlcsgo Live Stock Market.
Chicago. Aug. 4. Cattle Receipts, 2,000
head; market ateady; native beef cattle.
86.70010.36: western eteere, 16. 65O8.40;
atockera and reeders, 36.0007.85; cows and
heifers. 13. 5009.16; calves, 18.75012.25.
Hogs Receipts 13,000 neao; market
atrong, lOo to 15c higher; bulk or sales.
9. 2009.86; light, 19.45010.00; mixed, 80.00
O10.00; heavy, I8.850iu.uo; rough, ,.st(a
8.91; pigs, 17.7109.40.
Sheep snd Lambs Recelpte, 1,000 head;
market atrong: wethers, 10. 7601.25; awe.,
13. 6007.66; lambs, 17.10OH. 30.
St. Joseph Lira Stock Market.
St. Joaeph, Mo., Aug. 4 Cattle Re
elnta. 300 head: market ateady; ateere.
17. 0009.71; cows and heifers, 24.2609.26;
Hogs Recelpta, 3.000 neaa; maricet i.tp
llo higher; top, 19.76; bulk or ealee, 29.400
Sheen and Lambs Recelpta. 1,100 head:
market steady to 10c higher; lambs. 210.00
O10.ll; owes, 27.00O7.50.
Live stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock st the six principal
western marketa yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs, uneep.
, 300 3,800
. 200 3,000
.1,300 36,200 18,000
St. Louis . . .
Sioux City .
St. Joseph .
Sioux City Live Stock Market,
st..,. ritv. la.- Aug. 4. Cattle Re
celpte, 300 head; market ateady; beet
Hoga Recelpta, 8,,uo neaa; memoi iuv
lie higher; light, 18.10O8.9t; mixed, 28.71
09.lt; heavy, 19.1699.76.
Sheep and Lsmoa neceipia, i.wv n..u.
NEW TORK GENERAL MARKET.
Prices oa ths leading Commodities
New Tork. Aug. 4. Flour Strong:
spring patents. 26.90O7.lt: winter pat
ente, 16.6604. 40; winter atralghta, 18.160
Wheat Spot, etrong; No. 1 durum.
11.434.; No. 3 hard. S1.44 : No. 1 north
ern, Duiuth, 21.6844: No. 1 northern, Mani
toba, 11.6344, r. o. b. Mew xork.
Corn Spot, etrong; No, 2 yellow, tlVjc,
c. 1. r. New York.
Oats Spot, firm; No. 0 white, 44tc.
Hay No. 3, tlcOll.OO.
Provisions Pork, tlrm; ramlly, 138. 00O
20.00. Beet, firm. Lard, tlrm; middle weet,
Tallow Steady; city, 7c, nominal.
Butter Steady; recelpte, 13,788 tuba:
creamery extraa, 30c; firsts. 28O20HC; sec
Eggs Irregular; recelpta, 10.211 caees:
fresh gathered, extra fine, 21032c; extra
firsts, 28 0 20c; firsts. 204 0 28c.
Cheeae Firm; receipts, 4,113 coxes;
state, fresh speclsls, 10c; same, average
fancy, 154c. ,
Poultry Live, firm: brollera, 31024c:
fowla, 20c; turkeya, 12018c. Dressed, firm;
broilers, 21 0 20c; fowls, 17 0 22c; turkeye.
Bootes Wool Market.
Boaton. Aug. - 1 Wool Ths Commercial
Bulletin tomorrow will aay:
"Tha wool market has been very dull
this last .week. . The aalea tor tha week prob
ably tout not over 2,000,000 pounda. Prices
sre generally firm. -
"Ths situation st ths mills la sound, but
ths keen edg. appears to have been worn
off th. good, market. Foreign markets are
ateady and tlrm."
8coured baala: Texas, nne, is monina, sv
seoan: fine. 0 monthe, 70072c; California,
northern, 7tO80c; middle county, 70073c;
oouthorn, 78 0 71c. Oregon, eastern. No. 1
staple, 13 0 88c; eastern clothing, 77 0 78c;
valley, No. 1, 110 66c. Territory, fine ataple,
87088c; fine medium ataple, 02 0 83c; fine
clothing, 7SO80c; fine medium clothing, 71
0 77o; half-blood combing, 81 0 87c; threa
etghtha blood combing. 71071c.
Pulled: Extra. 10081c: AA, IOO3c; fine
A, 70 0 10c; A aupora, t6073o.
Coffee Market. I
.. . , r-eeu Vh... w. 4n
mew tors, sui. v. - ...... . -
buatneas whatever in the market for cotfse
futures today until late In the afternoon
when December contracta sold up from 1.13c
closing figures. The opening wso nominally
unchanged In the .absence of trading, and
tha market ctoeea ei a no.
points. Salee, 1.000 bags. August, 8.38c;
i, a .... ru.iMt.. B A1i- November.
8.OI0; December, 8.81c; January, 8.01c; Feb
ruary, 8.4,c; fliarcn, e.t.c; wi. .,..
8 84c; June. 1.89c; July, 104c. Spot coffee
waa again reported In fair demand, with
prlcea unchanged at 04c tor Rio 7a and
1040 ror nemos .a. tn
freight offers reported In from Braxll were
unchanged at about 10.11c to 10.70c for
Santos 4e. The ofrlclal cablea reported a
decline of 10 rels at Rio and 100 rele for
Santos spots, while Santos future, w.re un
changed to 31 rels higher.
NOW-'-iorK, A.( ... -
opened steady; October, tits; December,
. - . .1 .... U-k I. Kiev
l.stc; January, ....., e.a,H. ,
'spot cotton steady; middling uplanda.
I. Its. Salea, 100 bales.
Futures ctoeea eaey, voi.w,, "
comber, 13.81c: January, 14.07c; March,
14.34c: stay, le.sec,
Liverpool. Aug. 4. Cotton Spot strong:
good middling. t.71c: middling. 1.17c; low
mtaaitng, e.eic. - oeiee. t.ww ..v
bslss for speculation snd export Receipts,
' Metal Msrkst.
Near' Tork. Aug. 4. Metala Lead. 14.60
asked. Spelter dull: spot East St., Louie
delivery, 11.10 aaked. Copper flrmj eleo
trolytle, I31.00O37.00. Iron eteady snd un
changed. 'Tin ateady; ' apot, 137.71018 36.
At London: Spot copper, 1100; futures.
1103: electrolytic, lilt: .pot tin, 1117 lie:
ruluros, 1101 Its; lesd, (II 10s; spelter.
147. ' , ,, -
SATO GLADTO RETURN
New Japanese Ambassador Is
Not a Stranger to Official
EDUCATED IN AMERICA
(Correspondence of The Associated Preaa.)
Tokio, July 1. Aimaro Sato, who
has been appointed Japanese ambas
sador at Washington in sucession to
Viscouiit Suterai Chinda, expects to
leave for the United States in Sep
tember. To the correspondent of the
Associated Press Mr. Sato said he
was delighted to go to Washington
not alone because of the importance
of the diplomatic post, but also be
cause it will give him an opportunity
to renew relations with a large num
ber of old American friends. This
will be the ambassador's fifth trip to
the United States.
He received his un-vesity educa
tion in America, served as secretary
to the then Japanese legation at
Washington more than twenty-five
years ago, visited the United Slates in
the suite of Prince Fushimi and was
chief secretary of the Japanese dele
gation to the Peace conference at
Portsmouth, N. H., which brought to
an end the war between Japan and
Mr. Sato has pleasant memories of
his college career at e Pauw univer
sity in Indiana. Viscount Chinda was
one of his classmates. Another co
incidence is that tne two Japanese
students were born in the same prov
ince of Aomori, in northern Japan,
and that they passed their boyhood
days there together. Their families
had been friends for generations and
one of the fruits of this frendship was
that Mr. Sato's sister became Vis
countess Chinda, who has been so
popular in Washington social circles.
Both Rose to Prominence.
Both boys were of samurai blood
and both rose to prominence on their
own merits from modest beginnings
in the diplomatic service.
Mr. Sato's first ministerial post was
at Mexico from 1900 to 1902, and
there he saw a great deal of President
Porfirio Diax. Two years later he
made an extensive tour of the United
States with Prince Fushimi, who at
tended the Louisiana Purchase expo
sition at St. Louis and was received
by ' President Roosevelt at Washing
ton. In 1905, with the rank of min
ister, he accompanied Marquis Ko
mura and Baron Takahira to the
Portsmouth conference, was present
at all the sessions of the conference
and because of his fine knowledge of
hnghsh was selected to make such
communications to American journal
ists as the Japanese delegates deemed
It was while he was minister to
Holland that Mr. Sato attended the
second International Peace confer
ence and the International Opium
conference, and it was shortly before
the outbreak of the present European
war that he was appointed ambassa-'
dor to the court of Austria. His am
bassadorship was Brief and dramtic.
"It lasted just nineteen days," ex
plained Mr. Sato. "I left Paris on the
last train which ever reached Vienna.
On August 8, 1914, I was received by
Emperor Francis Joseph. On August
25 I was requested to leave Austria.
Two dayt before Japan had declared
war on Germany. On my own re
sponsibility I asked the American am
bassador, Mr. Penfieid, to look after
Japanese interests. He most kindly
Cars Are Stoned,
Mr. Sato left Vienna August 27, in
what came to be known as the ""am
bassadorial train." On the outskirts
of the city the cars were stoned.
About twenty windowpanes were de
molished, but no one was hurt.
Mr. Sato's long residence in the
United States and his knowledge of
American conditions, together with
his long experience in diplomacy in
many countries, are believed to well
qualify him for the post at Washing
ton, though regret is expressed at the
departure of Viscount Chinda, whose
handling of the immigration question
met with noticeable commendation.
In this connection it is noted that the
attitude of the congress in meeting
Japan's wishes on the Burnett bill has
caused a favorable impresison in
Mr. Sato, who is of medium height,
is alert and active in manner and
gives an impression of directness and
businesslike capacity. He speaks in
English with extreme facility. "Like
all Japanese, he is a hard worker.
When he can find a spare moment1 in
his diplomatic duties he quietlyNfinds
a rod and seeks repose in fishing.
Being - in indifferent health, Mrs.
Sato will not accompany her husband
Fall Festival at Holdrege.
Holdrege, Neb., Aug. 4. (Special.)
The Commercial club and Phelps
County Agricultural association have
agreed on Sept. 26-30 as the days
for the coming fall festival and an
nual stock show.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Butter No. 1 creamery, In cartono or tuba,
10c; No. 3, 28c.
Poultry Broilers. 30c; hens, 16c; geeee,
full feathered, 10c; roosters and staga, 104c;
ducks, 12c; turkeys. 28c: capons, 21o; guin
eas, 26c; squabs, 6Ocy34.0O per dozen; pig
eons, 21.00 per dozen.
Cheeee Imported Swiss, lb., 46c; domes
tic Swiss, lb., 36c; block Swiss, lb., 26c;
twins, lb., 17c; triplets, lb., 174c; daisies, lb..
174c; Young Amelca. lb. 194c; blue label
brick, lb., 184c; llmberger, lb., 20c; New
York white, lb., 20c; Rocquefort, lb., 65c.
Beef Cute Ribs: No. 1, 10c: No. 2, 18c:
No. 2, 124c. Loins: No. 1, 22 4c; No. 2,
204c: No. 2, 174C. Chucks: No. 1, 124c:
No. 2, 12c; No. 3, 104c. Rounds: No. 1.
174c; No. 2, 16c: No. 3, 12c. Flatea:
No. 1, 10c; No. 2, 94c; No. 2, 9c.
Omaha Hay Market.
Prairie Hay Choice upland, 110.00; No.
1, !B. 00420.60; extra choice would bring
110.00: No. 2, 26.006t-8.00: No. 8, 24.00
6.00: choice midland, (none here), 19.5049
10.00; No. 1. 19.009.60; No. 2, I6.008.00;
No. 8, 14.006.00; choice lowland. 18.00
8.50; No. 1, 17.008.00; No. 3, 36.007.00;
No. 3, 13.006.00.
Alfalfa None on the market; choice, new,
111.0012.00; No. 1, 210.0011.00; stand
ard. 18.009.00; No. 2, 17.008.00. ,
Straw None on the market; choice wheat
la quotable at from 16.00 to 16.60; choice
oat or rye, 16.60 to 10.00.
Going on Strike
--espondettc ) or The Associated Press.)
,kio, July 29. Strikes of pupils
1 st their teachers constitute a fea
of modern Japan which is giving
educational authorities consider--Lntern.
Previously peaceful re
- 01 students were confined to the
:al schools, but latierlv it has ex
ed to the middle schtxils which
ospond to the high schools of the
d states. The strikes are usually
10 the pupils objection to the
iter of a favorite teacher or to
dislike of a new teacher. Ordi
'y the incident is closed up by the
vorary suspension of the students.
, makes them surrender, rs they
dismissal which would ruin their
"rs in business or professional life,
ether recent incident in the
ic schools was the disniisa.il of a
tc school teacher owincto his
;ed dissemination of dr.ngerons
;ht atrtong the pupils. 1 1 it al
1 that the teacher, an instructor
commercial school, in the: course
lecture expressed admiration for
SLoric personage, Taira-no-Masa-
who made an attempt to over-
,v the imperial throne. When the
it..sal was announced the principal
ic school sent in his resignation
he ground that he was jointly re-
sible for what had been done
36,;48 mor paid want Ads flrat atx
mom lie 1910 than in same period of 1016
near.y 1,000 more each week. Why men
tlon results with this kind of evldenco7
. Tt will pay you to come
here and see our bargains.
$10 Palm Beach Suits, $4.95
$3 Odd Trousers $1.98
$1.50 Odd Trousers 98c
$1.50 Hats, all shapes, 50c
$1.00 Silk Hats 39c
$1 00 Sport Shirts 48c
Men's Union Suits 39c
35c Underwear. .x ..... . 19c
25c Hose, all colors. .12y2c
-514-316 North 16th St.
Successful, prosperous, goitijr manufacturing institu
tion, now enlarging business, ci ssires a few competent,
capable, honest salesmen. See u today. Salary and com
mission. ALFALFA BUTTER CO., 1 Uh and Capitol Ave.
'Great Money-Saving Opportunities Saturday
In All Departments of this Big Store in Our
HAYDEN'S MAKE THE GROCERY PRICES THAT KEEP
DOWN THE HIGH COST OF LIVING IN OMAHA.
nil at ITV AT A SAVING OF 28 TO SO PER CENT.
M fin i The best tea onnngi, io.,,....,7i.
13 Iba. beat pars cane Grsnu-
Buy Hour now; me maraei
asain; OS-lb. eacka beet hisjh-trade Dia
mond H Flour; nothing finer tor tt An
bread, pieo or cakee ; per aack . . T 1
10 bare Beat 'Em All or Diamond C
12 bare Laundry Queen Whits Sosp..2Sc
Small else Crlsco. per can 23e
Medium Site Crleoo. per can 45e
Large oiae Criaco, per can SSc
6 cans Oil or Mustsrd Sardines. .. .19c
92-oa. iari pure Fruit Preserve ZSc
Tsll cane Salmon 10c
t large cane Condenaed Milk 28c
t small csns Condenaed Milk... 23c
E. C. Com Ftskea, pkg Sc
W. O. C. or Krumbles, pkg c
8 lbs. belt White or Yellow Cornmeal
8 lbs. bast Rolled White Breakfast Oat
Sktnncr'a famous Macaroni. Vermicelli,
or Spaghetti, pkg 7Vjc
8 Iba. choice Japan Rice 26c
Fancy Queen Oliveo, quart SSc
Large bottlea Worcoetershlre Sauce, pure
klnda bottle SY,c
Pint cane Paragon Pure Olive Oil...2Sc
MacLarcn'a Peanut Butter, lb....12V,c
Herebey'o Breakfaat Cocoa, lb 2Sc
New Comb Honey, rack 17ic
cnirtean Mnntoa uoi ice. id swe
For teed tern try Diamond H blend ; per
BUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER!
EGGS! EGGS1 EGGS!
The best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, lb. i"30
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery Butter,
per pound 28c
Fancy No. t Dairy Table Butter, lb. ,26c
The best Strictly Fresh Eggs, doe. .23c
Imported Roquefort Cheese, lb 65c
Full Cream, Young America, Wisconsin
Cream or Brick Cheese, lb..... 20c
Faney Sweet Pickles, quart 20c
Fancy Sour Pickles, quart 10c
Omaba'a Greatest Vegetable Market.
6 bunches Freeh Radishee or Lettuce. .8c
4 bunches Fresh Beets, Carrots or Tur
nips for Sc
Fancy Sweet Corn, per dozen. ..... .10c
Fancy Colorado Peas, per quart.... 10c
4 bunches fresh Parsley 5c
8 heads fresh Celery 10c
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, per lb Sc
Fancy Large Cucumbers, 8 for Sc
Fancy Summer Squash, 8 for '..10c
2 large heads. Cabbage 5c
Summer Squash, 3 for 10c
PUT UP YOUR PEACHES NOW.
Fancy California Elberta Freestone
Peaches, per crate 89c
Rnv now! the market la hivhar.
-TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST It i ays.
1916 Milk Fed
Spring Chickens, 22c
No. 1 Fresh Pork Loins.. 13 Xt
No. 1 Fresh Spare Ribs... 9 Si i
No. 1 Fresh Pork Chops. .16 He
No. 1 Steer Pot Roast, per lb.,
av.. 10t and 12Ht
No. 1 Steer Round Steak, 17i
No. 1 Steer Shoulder Steak, per
It., at 14U
No. 1 Fresh Hamburger, 12 it
No. 1 Bulk Sausage Shi
8 lb i. best Leaf Lard $1.00
S rlOKED MEAT SPECIALS
No. 1 Best Grade Hams. .19,t
No. 1 Lean Bacon, per pound
a' 19?it and 2254t
No. 1 Bacon Strips 15it3
No. 1 Minced Ham 16t
No. 1 Cooked Tongue 40t
No. 1 Cooked Ham 40t
No. 1 Frankforts 13 hi
V e have anything you want in
cool ed or cold meats for lunches
WHERE ARE THE
Hssrsn, Earth, Purgatory or Hell,
Evangelist O. O. Bernstein
Sunday, August 6, 8 P. M.
The Big Tent
1 4th sod Capitol Arsnu.
Lecture each evening escspttaf Saturday.
ADMISSION AND SEATS FREE.
Caprice of the Mountains.
TODAY Jesse L. Laakjr Presents
VI arte Daro Id "Common Ground " The
ttory of a young girl's regenerafetott
hreugh love for a young Judge,
Ksthlya Williams In
"Valiants of Vininia."
Billis Burks in ;
Ths Fufitiso Witness.
What i it
tha hen-pecked husband
j aha .iwjflimniroimiimmim
T e Msst Beautiful Amusement Park Bl
th Middle West.
Hiding Dsricss and Othsr Attraa.
(and Concerts and Motion Pic
tures Every Evening.
F es W.laelsn ts ssrk. 10c ears rare tsr
. sits, round-trip Ucksla tsr eausrse, la
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