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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1916.
Wheat Son Is Heavy and Cash
Market Remains lira Un
der Excellent Demand.
COMf ALSO STANDS STEADY
Omaha, Ami 11. lllf.
The wheat ran tu ttiy heavy today and
tha eaih markst remained firm nder an
excellent cash damand and a steady feature
. Tha No. I hard wheat did not aall above
yesterday! mark, but the bulk of the
samples aold on a sllshtly better baela
that the bulk yeiterday.
The Noe. 1 and 4 hard wheat aold at prae
tlrally unchanged pricee, the range on No.
I belni 1. 1601.41, and the Mo. t sslltns
from II 1101.11.
The corn Warket waa alao steady with
the yellow selling at a email premium ever
the white and white corn selllns; a trifle
blither then mixed corn.
The demand for oate waa fairly active
nd the market ruled from ateady to a
Kye aold aaverat centi hlirher and barley
wee quoted practically uncbenr?d
Liverpool close: Wheat, ateady to Id
blither; corn, steady.
Primary wheat recelpta were 1,140,001 W
and shipments 104,000 bo., against receipts
of 1,611.000 bo. and ahlpmeata sf 101, bu.
Primary corn recelpta were 471,000 bu.
an-1 shlpmenu 411,000 bu., against receipts
of (11.000 bu. and shlpmenu of 11,000 bu.
Primary oats recelpta were 1017,000 bu.
and shlpmenu 741,000 bu., against recetpu
at til.000 bu. and shlpmenu of 111,000 bu.
V CARLO! RECEIPTS.,
. - Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chlc.ro ...Ill 110 . 141
Minneapolis .....117 ... '. ...
Duluth 41 ... ...
Oms ha 101 47 ' II
Kansas City 141 It I
.t. Louts 174 I ' 17
These salsa were reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 4 cars, 11.41.
No. 9 hard winter: 1 car, 11.41; 1 car,
1.41: 1 ear, 11.41 Mil 17 can. 11.41: 1 cars.
I.40H: 1 l-i cars, 11.40; 1 car. 11.11: H
car, ti ll. No. 1 hard winter: 1 car, 11.41:
cars, 11.40; I car, II.IOVj: I cars, 11.10;
I l-t cars. 11.11; I cars. 11.14 t; I 1-1 cars.
11.14; 1 ear. $1.11, No. 4 hard winter: ' 1
ear, ll.llli; 1 car. 11.11: 1 oar, I1.I7H:
1 ear, 11.17; I care, 11.11; 1 car, ll.lt: 4
. cars, 11.11; 1 car. 1111; cars. 11.11; lMj
cars, 11.10; 1 can 11.11: 1 ear. 11.11. Sample
hard winter: 1 car, 11. It; 1 car, 11.17; i
cars, 11.11; t esrs, 11.14. No. I whits
spring: 1 car, 11.10. No. t durum: 1 car,
11.11. No. I durum: 1-1 ear, 11.10. No. I
railed: I ear, ll.IL No. durum mlaed:
I cere. 11.11.
Rye No. I: 1 oar, 11.11. No. It 1 car.
Cora No. I white! f ears, lOo. No. I
while; I ears, lie. No. 4 whits: 1 car,
'to. No. I white: 1 car, Jtc: 1 car, 14c.
No. I whlu: 1 car, 7lvtc No. I yellow: I
car, 10140. No. 1 yellow: I cere, SOMc; 1
ear, 10c No. yellow; 1 ear, 71 Mo. No. I
mlied: ( cars, lOol 1 ear, ,Tle. No. I
mixed: 4 cars, 71 Ho. No. i mixed: I cars.
Tic: 1 ear, lllio. No. mixed: I car, Title;
1 car, Tee, Sample mixed: 1 car, 7tc
OaU Standard:1 I car. 4114c No. I
white: I cars, 41c; care, . No. 4
whltet 1 car, 4114c; 1 car, title, "ample:
1 car, 4114c; 1 car. 41o; t oars, lUtc; I
cere, 40o; I ears, MtiO. No. t mind: X
ear, 11 140.
- Omaha Caah Prices Wheat: No. I hard.
ll.I14ll.4li No. t hard, 11,111.40: No 4
herd. II 1101.11: Ne. I spring, Il.l7ei.41;
No. 1 spring, I1.1I91.40: No. t durum.
II.10O1. II; No. I durum, II. 114)1.10. Corn:
No. 1 white. 7tjIOo; No. I while, Tits
lOr; No. 4 white, 7HOJc: No. I white,
707c; No, t white, 7l7Hici No. I yel
low, tOaMc: No, I yellow, SOtjIOMe:
No. 4 yellow, 71010c: No. t yellow, 1IY4I)
10c; No. yellow, TI7IHc; No. I mixed.
Ttte; No. I mixed, 7107114c; No. 4
mixed. 7111070c: Nov I mixed. 7IHO'0o:
No. I mixed, 7407So. OaU: No. I white,
41U4IVjc; stanlard, lIOHUc: No. t
white. 41ti04lc No, 4 white, lOHOIHsc.
Barley: Malting, TTeito; No, 1 feed, 110
.'ic. Rye: No. I, I1.10O1.U; No. I, I1.0IO
.. . ., .
OMAHA yPTPM MABBEI.,
Wheal Marked flraa, with Rosa Heavy
iTaalag Triees stsedr.
Omaha, August 11. 111.
Ths wheat market waa firm today, with
rather heavy trading tu December and May
toward the close of the session.
Reports from northern dlstrlcu show light
frosts and threatened damage from heav
September and May wheat advanced a
traction and December closed . . about He
September earn waa ateady. with very
little Interest In this option, and December
eloeed 140 higher. - .,,..
Trading In aau waa cwmpareuveir uanj
aeeent toward tha cloae, when there was
considerable trading In September and De
cember. - .
September oats advanced 4c, December
declined wo and tha May ruled around a
quarter higher. M
Omaha closing prlosa on futures for this
Trt'1 Open. I High, ILow.l Close I Tee.
Jt 'i'ii mitt in iir
k vr ".!. is
Apt ' 4tii ' 4114 41 42 4314
Deo ' 4414 4114 44U 4141 . lit!
Ur 47 47g 47 475 7
Chicago closing pnees. furnished The Bee
by Logan Bryan, slock and grain brokers.
SIP OOUtn Pieieen.n ennq.
High. ILow.l Closs. fee
OTUCAOO GRAIN AND FBOVxHIONsV
Cooler Weather and Leeo Black Ruat torn
Chicago, Aug. 11. Despite numerous up
turns ths wheat market today averaged
lower, Influenced to a eoaalderable extent
by assertions that awing to cooler weather
the black rust danger In Saskatchewan
might net prove so aerloua'as many trad
ers had been led to believe. The close was
wsak, 14 01 lie down, with September at
11.40 end December at ll.4401.47. Corn
showed 01c net decline and oaU a loss
of 14 0c- Provision, finished unchanged
to 21c lower.
Uncertainty aa la- the Canadian crop out
look prevailed la tha wheat pit tha greater
part of the day. Bean oontended from the
outset that the prospect waa more reassur
ing, but were overborne at times by pessi
mistic advices, especially a report from a
leading expert that 74 par cent of the Sae
ketehewaa fields would be damagsd If there
were frost, and that tha peril of such a
disaster would not be out of the way until
Monday next. On tha ether hand good au
thorities were quoted to tha effect that tha
reduced temperatures In Canada had les
sened to a notable degree tha hasard of
black rust, especially throughout the south
era part of Saaketehewaa. .
Butch government buying tsnded some
what la check the agreselveness of wheat
bears. It waa said that aside from other
European purchases, ths salee to Holland
alone today amounted to 400,000 bushsla
Uosstp was Current alao that yesterday's
export buying attained much larger propor
tions than the trade la general had been
given to understand.
Welcome rains eaaed down corn. Specula
tive selling was heavy at times, but on tbe
whale the market received good support
OaU weakened with other cereals. Hedging
sales were Burners ue and tha crop movement
free realising by holders had a depressing
effect on provisions, eepeeiallr Jn lard. The
market however, waa partly upheld by the
unusual high prices an live hogs.
Ceeh Prices Wheat No. 1 red, 11.410
1.44; No. I red, 11.41 01.41; No. I
hard, II.4101.4l! No. I hard, 11.1101.44.
Cora: No. I ysllew, tic; No. 0 yellow, llc;
No. 4 white. 44444s. Oeii: No, I white,
43 0 44c; standard, 4I0440. Rye: No.
I, new. 11.110114; barley, tlOsle. Seed:
Timothy, nominal: clover. I7.00O14.4I. Pro.
visions: Pork, 111.00) lard,. 111.41; ribs.
Butter Higher;: creamery, 11 Oltc.
. a Receipts. T.I4I esaea; unchanged.
. rctauea Lowsr; recetpu etght cam:
' ey cobblers. tl.10Ol.li; Virginia, bar.
t . tl.00OI.Mi Missouri, Kanav. Illinois,
Poultry Alive, unsettled. Fowls, 11017c;
NKW YORK (iKXKRAL MARKET.
QsoUllecis at tha Day aa the Leading Cera-
New Tork, Aug. 11. -Flour Strong;
spring 'patents, I7.I0OI.I0; wlntsr patents,
I7.1IO7.I0; winter straights, 11.1107.14.
Wheat Spot Irregular; No. 1 durum,
irU; No. 1 hard, 11.11; No. 1 northern,
Dululh. 11.11; No. 1 northern, aMnltoba.
11.44 f. o. b. New Tork.
.Corn Spot, easy; No. I, yellow, 17; c.
L f. New Tork. '
OaU Snot easy; No. I white. HO50c.
Hay Firm; prime, 11.10; No. 1, 11.11;
No. i, ti.ioei.it; No. a, ti.ot.
Hope Steady; state, common to choice,
ltli, 14011c; 1114, ICTTc; Pacific ooaat,
1114. uei4e: 1114, I Oioc
Hides Steady: Bogota, llOllc; Cen
tral America llo.
Leather Firm; hemlock firsts. I7e; sec
Provisions Pork, firm; meas, I24.I0O
11.44: family, I2I.00O1I00; skort clears,
11.I0O17.00. Beef, steady; mess, 111.000
II. 10; Willy, in 4010.14. . Lard, sasy;
III. 70OI1.I0: middle west tll.t0Olt.lt.
Tallow Steady: city. f01c: special.
Butter Firmer; recelpta. 11,111 tuna.
Eggs Irregular; reeelpu, 11,701 caeee.
Cheese Strong; recetpu, 1,011 boxes.
Poultry Llvs, weak; no pries ssttled.
Dreesed, firm; brollere,j HOIac; fowls, 170
12e; turkeys, IIOllc.
OMAHA OENEBAt. MARKET. v .
ButterNo. 1 creamery. In cartons or
tuba. 100; No. I. 1 4c.
Poultry Broilers. 10c: hens, lie; geese,
full tssthered, I loo; roosters and sugs,
10e; ducke. lie; turkeys, lie; ospons,
110' guineas, lie; aquabe 100 0 14.00 per
dos.; pigeons, 11.00 per dos.
Cheese Imported Swiss, lb 44c: domes
tic Swlas. lie) block Swiss, lie; twins, 17c;
triplet., 17c; daisies, 17o: Toung Amer
ica, 1114c; blue label brick. 14c; llm
berger, 10c; New Tork white. tOcl Rocque
Beef Cuts Ribs r No. t. lb., llo: No. I,
llo: No. I, llc. Loins: No. 1, llc;
No. I. !0j No. I. 17 o. Chucks: No. 1.
llo; No. I, llc; No. I, I0c. Rounds:
No. 1. llo; No. I, ltc: No. I, lta
Plates: No I, lOcl No I, lc: No. I. Ic.
Flan Catfish, lb., 11017c; halibut llc:
red salmon, lla: whlteflsh. llo: trout 17o;
pike, loo; pickerel, llo; bullheads, lta;
blsck bass 14c: oropploa, lie; carp, to: cod
rich, llo: tllefleh, 7o; red onappsr. llo:
Spanish mackerel, lie; aunfleh, Oc; Jumbo
whileftob, lie: flounders. 11c; native mack
erel, llo; roe shad, tea; frogs, don. 11.710
Fruit and vegetable prteea furnished by
tllltnsky Fruit Co.
Pmite orsngee: Its. 100s, tils, ttOo. box,
4; Ills. 1410; llOa, lite. 14.11: 174a 100s.
114a, 160a. 11.11. Lemons: Oelden Bowl.
100s, IIOs, box; ti ll; Silver Cord, 100s, llo.,
II. 08. Apples! Orevsnsteln, box. II II; old
Ben Davie, IL10. Deciduous frulta: Colo
rado pvaohea, Carmsna, 101s, box, too; I OS,
toe, Colorado peaches, larger sixes. 11.00;
California Klberu or Crawforda. tl.lt: Cali
fornia Elborus, flvs-box iou, 11.10. Peara:
Bartletta Cel.. box, ll.lt; Bussock or Flem
ish Beauties, 11.10; l-tler or choice l-tier,
11.11; choice l-tler, 11.10; fancy, i-tler
Clappa, ll.tf, l-tler choice, t-tler faney,
11.00; t-tlsr choice, 11.7a. Plums: Large
red or blue, box, 11.00. Ore pee: Mais ass,
crats, 11.01; Thompson. Sesdless, 11.71.
Watermelons: Lb., lo. Cantaloupes:
M. B, standards, orate, 13.11: pony., 18.76;
flate. 11.40 Bananas: Bunch, ll.710l.lt.
Aprlcou: Crate, 11,74,
Vegetables Sweet potatoes, Alabama, bu.
hampers, II: poutoes, bu.. llo; onions,
Spanish, crate, II; onlona, Cat., lb., lo;
cucumbers, basket, llo; poppers, bsskst, too;
celery, i Mien., doa, 40c; peas, , Telsphons,
basket Its head lettuce, doa, II; com,
high grade, doa. lie; tomatoes, basket, lie;
beau, carrots and turnips, .basket too;
shallots, radishes, doa., lor-' garlic, lb., llo.
Miscellaneous Crackerjack, checkers and
corn pops, oaes, 11.10; ossss, 11.71. flps
clali PeanuU. No. 1 raw, lb., loi Jumbo,
lo, popcorn, uaaa. II.lt; (lie, box. lta.. , '
' - Mlanrspslls Orala Market I ' '
Minneapolis, Aug. , 11. Wheat Septem
ber. 1.4l014t: December, 11.41.
Ceeh: No. 1 hard, 11.11; No. 1 northern.
11.101401.14; No. I northern, !1.470
I. 11. , , , ..,.,(
Flour-fUnchenged. - . ',
Barley 41011c. . t ' , i,
Rye ll.4l01 It V
Bran 111.11 0 10. 10. ' 1.
.Corn No. I yellow, IIOI40."
Oats No. I whits, 42 O 41 rj.
Flaxseed 11.11 O III . f
"' Kansas City dsn oral Markai. '
Kansas City, Aug. 11. Wheat Un
charged; No. I hard, 11.40471.47; No. I red.
1.4101.41; September, 11.31; December,
II. 40O1.40; May. 11.411.
Corn No. I mixed. Il0l4c; No. I white.
4c; No. I yellow, I40llo; No. I, 140
I4c; September llllo; December,
70O70ci May, 7lc.
Oats No. I whlu, 44o ; No. I neUad, 44
044C . -
' ' M. lamia Orala Markai. .':-.'
It. Louie, Aug.. 1. Wheat No. I red.
It.llOt.K; No. I hard, ll.ll01.ll; Sap
lemur, l.l; December, 11.44.
Corn No. I, Ito; No. I whits. IBOIto;
September, lla; Deoember, 70O70o.
Oate No. I, 41041c: No. I white, 44c
', Llrsrpeal Urala Market .
Liverpool, Aug. 11. Wheat Spot, No. I
Manitoba, 111 Id; No. I rod western winter,
14e 4L l
Corn Spot American, mixed, new, lta td.
. -; . Ceftee Market.
New Tork, Aug. ll.Coffee Rarly ad
vances were followed by quite a, sharp break
during today's lata trading In the market
for futures. Thsro had been a renewal of
scattered, buying at' the start and aftsr
opening X to 1 points higher, active months
sold t to I points' above -last night's closing
figures, with September touching I.7IO and
M,ay I.Ole, making an advance of noma 10
to 40 ' polnU from the low levels of last
week. . The buying waa encouraged by con
tinued - stesdlness In Brasll. but offerings
Ineroessd during the afternoon and there
seemed'tb be soma trade selling aa well ae
scattsred realising. September eaasd off to
l.lns, while March declined from l.llo to
1.10c and ths market cloeed at a net decline
of t to I polnte. Hales, Including sxchangss,
10,170 bags; Auguat, 1.40c; September, 1.41c;
October, l.llo; November, t.7to;. Decsmbsr,
t.7eoi January, l.llo: . February, l.llo;
March, I lie; April, l.llo; May, l.ttoi June,
I.Oeo; July, 1.10c The local spot market
was reported firm at !o for Rio 7e anl
10C for Santos 4s. Cost and freight offer
ings wsre reported more plentiful at higher
prices, with quotations ranging from 10.40c
to 11. Me for Santoa 4a The official cablee
reported no change In the Rio market with
an advance of lot role In Santos spot and 71
to lit rsls In Santos futures.
4,' ':'. Cattail Marttoi! v ' '''
Nsw Tork, .Aug. ll.v-Cotton Futures
opened steady; Auguat, 14.04c: October,
14.17q; December, 14.170; January, 14.44c;
March, 14.40c: May, 14.71c , . , ,.
Cotton futures closed assy;' August.
114.04; October, 114.01; Deoember. 114.11;
January,,, I14.lt! March, 114.44; May,
14.41. I ," -
Spot cotton .quiet;., middling .uplanda,
14.11. No. salsa
Liverpool,- Aug. ll.-otton Spot, weak;
good mlddltng, l.70d: middling, I. ltd: low
middling, I.IOd. , Sales. 1.000 bales, 100 for
epeculatlon and .export. Receipts, 10,001
- ' . v,1 ahry Oeed. Markst '
Now Tork. Aug. 11. The cutting trades
era getting hack to work very slowly aftsr
tha strike settlement, due to many minor
struma and discussions growing out of the
refusal of soma of ths workers to etart in
with those wbo have been employed while
the great strikes were an. , Cotton goods
were firm today and yarns wsre from I
to lo psr pound highsr . on many numbaro
thau any prices quoted for 1117. Wool
markeu.were arm. .
Savannah. On., Aug. 11. Turpsntlaa Arm.
4l041c; sales, loo bbls receipts. 141
bbla.: aalpmenta, 141 bble.; stocks, . 1,114
bbla - , -
Rosin Firm; 'salee. 1,111 bblai receipts,
I. llt bbls,; shlpmenu. 111 bbla; etooks,
II, 141 bbla Quote: A. B, ll.44Ot.40; ft
D. 14,74; B, 11.74; P, H.tt; O. 4.00 0 4.01;
H, 14 10: I, 10.40: K, M, 11.44: N, ll.lt;
WO, ll.64O4.40: WW, 11.4404.14. ' ,
London. Aug.' 11. Money and' discount
rates wsrs qulst todsy. American securities
were firm, but tranaactlona were smalt
Sliver Bar. tld par ounoe.
. Money 4 per cent, .
Discount Rates Short hills, l0t nor
cent; three months, !Ot per cent.
London, Aug. 11. Money and discount
rates were quiet today. American securi
ties wsre firm, but transactions ware smalt.
. ' -'Metal Markai.
New Tork Aug. 1 1. Metals Lead. l 44.
Saeltsr. ateady: Bast St Louta dellverr. 11.40
aeked.. Copper, firm: electrolytic. 111.140
14.40. Iron, steady and sncnanged. Tin.
firms spot. III.IOOIa.17.
At London Capper: Spot, lilt lias fu
tures, 1101 lee: electrolytic, 1114. Tin
Spot, 1171: futures, IIII. Lead, 111 In
Speller. 141. . . ' . -
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Biggest Sun of Hogs for the
Week, Shippers Haying an
Increase in Price.
LOWES PRICES FOR SHZ.EP
Omaha. August 11, ttll.
Receipt, were: Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
Omclel Monday 7,424 4,116 14.444
Official Toeeday 1,104 1.771 11.171
Ofrirlal Wcdncaday .. 1.4C7 7.424 12.112
Official Thursday .... I.lll , 1,141 11.141
EstlmaU Friday ..... 110 I,a00 12.600
Five days this week.10,447 16.170 71.611
name aays laat weak. .11,406 12,440 47.022
Heme dtye 1 weeks arnll.4HI 40.421 61.477
Same days I weeks agotl.041 14,211 40.247
nemo aays 4 weeke egol4.4nl 44,124 10,146
Same days Isst year..l7.t0t 40,107 41,601
The following teble snows the reeelpu of
rsttls, hogs and sheep at the South Omaha
live stock market for the year lo date, as
compared with leet year:
' 1414. 1111. Inc. Deo.
Cattle,..,, tll.171 111,011 II 111
Boge 1,141,111 1.001.271 ist.lll
Sheep 1,171,400 1,141,017 ...... 11,417
The following tsble shows tha average
prices of hogs at the Omstfa live stock mar
net for the last few days with compsrlson:
mi. iiiii.iiiu. mil. ini2.mii.
a IS I 64 4 11 1 I. s 11
I (4 I 77 t 47 I 14
t 71 I II I II I 46
I II I It I II I 11
I It I II I II e 4
t 21 I 11 I 17 I 41 14'
I II I II I It 7 17
I II I H I II t II I II
I II I II I 71 I 14
I 10 I II I II I II
I 10 I 04 e t 11 I 74
I 11 7 tl I 41 I 11
I II 7 70 I II t 01 J 94
I 10 I 16 I 17 II!
I 17 I 12 I II 1 10 7 II
I II Ml I II t II
I II t II 7 71 7 17
I 61 I tt 7 II I 21
I 41 I 111 I II 7 11
"soslpu and disposition of llvs stock at
ths Union Stock ysrds. Omaha, Neb., for
wenty-four-hours sndlng at I o'clock yes-
- RECEIPTS CARS.
C M. A St. P. .V. ... I w " r '
wsna.b 1 i
Mlaaouri Pacific... I 2 ,1
CAN. W., aalt I".. I . , "i
USB, w., west.. 74 41
C, St. P.. M. O.. 1 I .
C.. B. A Q, east., I I , i :
S at, i . .
Illinois Central...,)... a ..' "
Chicago Ot West., I 1 , ,."
Total receipts, ,., It 1J8
,; '. DISPOSITION HEAD.
Morels A Co....,,,..
Swift A Company
-uuany racaing U0 . ,
Armour A. Co... '
J. W. Murphy..
Lincoln Packing Co. . -S
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift from country... ,
Cudahy from country, ,
W. B. Van-ant Co....
F. B. Lewis
J B. Root A Co
J H. Bulla..,...."; '
L F. Huas
Rosenstock Bros.- ;
n r. Hamilton....
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Rothschild A Krebs.iv a ' ""'
Hlgglns V T-, ' C ' , "V
Huffman .. . ..1 ; , :V"
Roth . ' - - . "'
John. Harvn.: " " . i : "
no at to
III t 76
Touia -..J... T74 , mi
M ueuat on Friday were
i5a KS'Vi" ;l!.'twanly.tw leads, about
. . . e nve aeya supply, approxl-
I. 1? -ht,d "V,r ""Ponding period
5LtZ T .f,' ! " Pn what few
Mrnfed cattle were here today the markst
iV J?i J"' mry yoarllngs brlng
Siv.' !?' d rt,M "o'shty oattis
SJL, r? w1 wsstems here,
but prices showed no particular change and
ths general market fpr beef steers, both
natives and rangers, Is around 10016c hlgh
p thanlt waa toward tha close of last
vrsek. This does not apply to yearlings,
however, which have been In liberal eup.
ply thle week. and are aelllng very little,
U any. belter than they were a Week ago.
. Cows and heifers were alow sale at mors
or leas shaded prices todsy. aa there was
llttla urgency to the demand from any
quarter. Compered with a week ago- the
bulk of the slock Is celling In about tbe
same notches. Veal calves are pretty close
la too lower for the weak, but there has
been no particular change In the market
for bulls,, sugs, etc -
Trade was dull In stock cattlo and feeding
steers todsy and the trend of values was
lower for all but strlotly oholos .took. Coun
try demand la fair for desirable offerings
t all weighta but there u a disposition to
negieet tbe medium and common cattle that
Have mads up ths bulk af tha supplies this
week. Beet gradeaaro around 1616c high
er thle week, while the general market Is
closing In much tha same Acape aa It did
last week. ,
Quotatlona en cattlet . Good to choice
Peeve. II.60O10 01; fair o good beevea
II. IOOt.tll common to fair beeves, 11.760
1.71; good to choice yearlings ll.60O10.il:
fair to good yearlings, lt.l6Ot.60; common
u fair yearlings, I7.00OI.I0; good to choice
graaa beeves. ll.00Ot.lt, lair lo good grass
beeves, 17.1607.76; common to felr graaa
beeves, 11:1007.001 good to choice belfere,
II 7107. Ill good la choice cows, 11.40 O
?.! fair to good cows. tt.00O4.40; com
mon to fair cows, Il.7t0t.7l; good to choice
feeders, I7.I0OI.40; fair to good feeders,
7. 00O7.10; common to fair feeders, 11.009
1.10; good to choice oloekere, I7.I0O1.00;
steok heifers, ll.160l.7t; stock cows, 16.60
Otto; stock calves, II.7IOI.I0; val
calvss, It.OOOIIOO; beef bulla ataxa, ate,.
14.lt07.lt; Bologna bulla. IIIOOlJl.
RspressnUUve sales:- ... 1
. BEEF STEERS. .
No. . Av., Pr.- Tic
I........ Ill I 00 . II...,
10........ 101 t It i.;,.
I........ 171 I II ' 14. ...... .1114
i........ tor I oo i no
11........ til I 40 II 100
........ .1171 10 40 Ull
' STEERS AND HEIFERS. '
I 0I I 71 - II 714
11........ Ill 10 04
. . HEIFERS. '
,,' 411 I 71 : l....,. 701
.. Ill I II ,
cows. X ". . -' .'
., Ill I II . I........ Ill
.. 120 4 76 ' . 1 .. tit
.. Ill I 10 I .Mill
..1041 I It It 1010
..1011 40 ' . ,
1.. ...... 1110 171 , I. ...... .1010
1 ...Hit I 00 I .1171
CALvaa - - -
l. Ill fit I........ 171
1. ....... Ill I 40 , I... Ill
It I 111 It Ot 1...
V.- WESTERNS. . (
Osorts Hiuchen Wyc-Mex. -i
II steers.. Ill f 00
Lance. Creek Cattle Co. Wyo.-Mex.
11 steers.. 101 I It .
.-.' -,-.. C. Stark. Nab, ,
Istssn.. Ill llo rt s
SOUTH DAKOTA. '"
e steers... Ill 10 1 bull 1010 171
I soars.... 177 lit ' I lislfers. 710 III
l oow...".. 7I 4 Tl ; I steers., ill I 10
Hogs Tbs ' eupplY of hogs wss hsavlsr
than on any previous day of ths week,
but waa only fair at that, amounting to
114 cars, or 1.100 head. For the week to
dsti arrival foot up lf.170 head, aa com
pared with 11.140 laat week, 40,411 twa
week ago, and 40,107 a year ago. Reeelpu
for the week . to dau ., are the smallsst
of ths year. , ; .
It was .the same old story In the hog
trade today, prices advancing unsvsnly. All
Iredsra were a little slower In getting
started, but tha market opened early
enough at that. Shippers ' paid lOOtto
higher prices right from the outsst and
when pecker began to fill their ordere
It waa at figures that showed a atmllar
edveace. All ths early arrivals warn aold
A - good share af tha salsg landed at
II lOOt 10. with best grades scattered on
up, ssvsral bunches rsachlng 110.21. and
a top of 111,10 bslng paid. The general
marhot today la by far the hlgheet that
It baa been sines 1110, and with tha ex
ception of March and April of that one
year, current -velue are tha highest In
ths history of the market, . -
Ae compared with the rlose of last week
prices show a full tec upturn, since a
week ago today, when the. davance began
values have appreciated HOtOc, going from
the lowest spot, sesn since March . to tha
hlgheet time of the year. ...
Ne Av. 8h. Pr. No. A v. Sh , Pr.
11.. lit ... II 16 10.. IOI )t
S4..4SS SO S SO. . 14. . ISI
II.. lit 111 I 71 " II.. Ill
II. .Ill ... I It ' II. .Ill
II, .110 ..; 11 M II. .Ill
11., Ill 10a It It 17.. 114
II. .Ill .... I U
Sheep The aheep and. lamb pupply
smaller then an any previous day ad the
week, but veiy liberal for a Friday, It be
ing the largest week-end run to ehow up
aero in .a long time. - Arrivals were sail.
141 11 00
40 I II "
lit t tl
... II 10 .
n. It II '
mated at forty-five cars, or 11,600 head,
putting the total for the week at 71,111
heed, which la by a big majority ths heav
iest week's run of the year, being 18,000
ntavier man last wsek. 17.000 arester than
two weeke ago aod larger oven then the
ueevy run a year ago by 1.000 head.
Lower pricee were In order again today.
but theie waa no repetition of the sharp
breaks of previous days of ths week.
Movement started 4n pretty good season.
eerly sales bslng la no case over a dime
tower, while some showed only a nickel
reduction. A four-car atrlng of choice
lambs sst the day's top of 110.14, a nickel
below yeoterday'a high figure, and another
good band sold st 110.10. ,
Several loads of a fair sort brought
110.00 and natives landed at 110.26. Prices
are Just about 40c lower than a week ago,
or lOOIto below the high time of the sea
son at tbe sure, af the week.
Packers continue their bear raid on sheen
There haa not been much of any aheep mar-
net me ieet couple or aays. ssversl bsnds
being carried over yesterday and for that
luatter tt haa been almost impossible to
compare prices from ' one day to the next.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, tl0.l6O10.ll; lambs, fslr to
good, 110.16010.16: lambs, , feeders. 11.260
10.00; yearlings, good to choice, 17.000
7.16: yearllnge, fair to good, II. 6007.00;
yearlings, feeder.. II.I0O7.I0; wethers, fair
to choice, 11.1607. 00; ewee, good to choice,
I4.16CI.76; ewes, fair to good. 16.7601.16;
ewes, plsln to culls, I4.00OI.7I; swes, feed
ers, 14 60OI.lt; ewee, breeder!, all ages,
No. , av. . Pr.
61 native lambs 44 10 16
If cull Umbo , v. II I 00
17 Idaho yearlings 10 - I 76
117 Idaho yearlings and wathsrs II 7 00
II Idaho ewee . Ill I 10
II native ewea . - 107 I to
111 Idaho breeder owes Ill T 71
II Idaho feeder ewea Ill 7 00
100 Idaho feeder ewsa 114 - T 16
111 Idaho feeder lambs........ 11 I 60
10 Idaho feeder ,. lambs 11 I 60
270 Idaho feeder lam be II 10 to
1014 Ideho lambs Tl 10 10
1011 Idaho lambs 70 10 10
1114 Idaho lambs 71 10 10
111 cull lam be 40 10 00
161 Idaho feeder lambs........ tl I tt
it laeno buck Umbo 14 . I 10
411 Idaho feeder yearlings 71 7 II
St. Lanls Lira Stack Markst, '
St. Louis, Mo , Aug. 11. Cattle Receipts.
1.100 head: market steady; native beef
Meers, 7.00O10.26; yearling steers and
heifers, 11.60010.00: cows. 16.6007.76:
stocksra 'and feeders, : f.!O0l.26; Texaa
steers, $6.1001-10;- prima southern' steers,
tl.tOOI.00; cows and heifers, 11.6001.00:
prime yearling steers and heifers, J7.10O
1.00; native calves, 6.00O11.71.
Hogs Receipts, loo head; market higher:
plge and light., 1. 76O10.40; mixed and
butchers, 111. 20010.60; good heavy, 110.41
Oio.eo; hulk of sales, f 1O.26O10.50.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 1,100 hsad:
market steady; lambs, 7.00 0 10.60;
slaughter ewes, 6.00O7.26; bleating ewes,
11.009 10.00; yearlings. . la.OO0l.6O.
' ' St. Louis Llvs Stack Market. -
St1. Louis. Aug. 11. Cattle Receipts. 1.000
hesd: markst; sUady; native beef steer..
11.00010.26; yearling steers ., and heifers.
H. 60O10.O0; cows, t.1007.76! stockers and
feeders, 16. 1031. 26: Tfxaa steers, 16.610
t.10; prime southern steers, 11.0001.00;
cows and heifers, I4.IOOI.00; prims year
ling atsers and. heifers.- 17.1901.00; native
calves. ll.00OU.7t. ...
Moss Recelnts. 1.000 ' head: merket
higher: pigs and lights, 11.76010.10; mixed
and butchers, 110.20010.10; good heavy.
iiu.iiviv.iii; duik or sales, 010.30910.04.
Sheep end Lambs Recelnts. l.aoo heed:
market steady;, lambs, I7.O0O10.10; slaugh
ter ewes, IS. 00 0 7. 21; bleating ewes, 11,040
ev ww; .yrarnnga. se.vvsye.ou.
' Chicago Live Stack Market
Chicago, Aug. 11. Cattle Receipts, 1,000
hsad: market firm; native beef cattle, 14.10
O10.60: western steers, 10.1601.60; stoclf
ers and feeders. It.004s7.tt: eow. and helf-
srs, ll.IOOI.il; calvee, 11.00 011.46.
nogs neceepts, ls.ooo- head; market, un
settled: moetly lie higher; bulk of seles,
10.10eiO.46; light tlO.lt01O.IO; mixed,
0.00010.76; heavy, 10.76 010.76; routh.
1.76 01.16; pigs. II. 40Oi:i0.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 7,000 head;
market firm: wethere. ll.76Sl.10t nu
tl.40O7.60; lambs, I7.t0011.lt,
' St. Jeaeph Live Stock.
" ... "... ,,c. ri,u, tvv
head; market steady; . ateera,. 17.00010.00;
- - - - ..--. -1 ,i.te,,i,j catvae, 91,909
Hoae Recelnta. e ana a a, 1...
necU. lOell&n hlhr, tn In ib -
alee, 11.10010.10. ' .'
aneep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
market steady; lambs, 110.00011.211 owes,
, AS SEEN BY BKADSTRKET'S,
Pall Trade All Along tha Una Promisee
- - 4)evd. .
New Tork. Aug. 11. Bradstraat'e lw.
row will say: , -
manner poor wheat reports nor. uncer
tainty about the outcome of mediation be
tween railway employee and managers halt
uwuv, wnioa preceeos at an unusually good
pace. The central Idea la that the out
look for fall Is atherwlse moat ancnureln
and that ieesened cereal crop yields will be
offset by high pricee; that export trade
m inosi prouueu la enormous, end that
buying power having been so largely in
creased, a crop event that would have
proved welt nigh disastrous In most ordl
nary years con be endured with compara
tive equanimity. Even In the northweat,
the most effected aeotlon aa reepeeu ad
verse wheat crop oondltlona, buying seems
to bs marked by what may be termed a
go-ahead policy, orders for future delivery
"In a few places Ito tha west, It Is true,
there Is a disposition to' await corn cron
developments. Incidentally; merchants' ex
cursion, have brought numerous buyers to
leauing markets, with tne reault that house
trade In dry goods, clothing and shoe! hah
sxpanded In noteworthy degree, and the
faot that road aalea sre growing sstls
feolorlly auggesU that Interior distributors
fear a goods famine In textiles later on.
Weekly bank clearings warn 14,041,111,001.
' WOOtr PRICES REMAIN FIRM. -
Menufecturfjtg Situation. ! Aettva, tot Nat
" Vp 4e Few Weeks Asa.
' Boston. Aug. 11. Tha Commercial Bul
letin will say tomorrow: '
"Almost without exception - members or
ths Boston wool trade report another quiet
week. ' Prices, however, remain' firm, ex
cept for the alight Irregularity which con
tinues to be exhibited in anorv detective
foreign wools, with which, ths merket Is
amply supplied. Oood staple woole, how
ever, are very firm. Tha manufacturing
situation U healthy, though hardly as active
as a few weeks sgo." . .
Scoured Baals Texaa, tine, twelve months,
ItOltc; fins, eight months, 70071c.
California Northern. 7l0ioc; middle
oountry, 70071c; southern, 020160.'
Oregon eastern, no.- 1 atapie, siossoi
sastern clothing, 7707lo;- valley, No. 1,
Territory Fine staple, ..170110; fine me
dium staple, 12011c; fine clothing, 71010c;
fine medium clothing, 7t077o;. hslt-blood
combing, 160170: three-elgbU blood comb-
g, 7I0IOC r .
Pulled Extra, nolle: AA, 10011c: fine
A, 7PIOo;.A supers, 1171c, , ,(
'.., 'Haw Kork Money Market '.,
Nsw Tork. Aug. 11. Prima Mercantile
Paper 1 per cent - t -
ateritna- Bxchance SIxty-dAy bills, 14.71 :
dsmand, 14.14 ; cablee, 14.71 7-14.
Silver- Bar, 04e; Mexican goners, sie.
Bonds Oevernment steady"! railroad, Ir
regular. ' '
Time Loans Firm; eixiy aaya, onareo at
I per oent; ninety days,. !01 per cent:
sis month l04 per cent.
Call Money Steady; highest - 1 per
cent; loweet, 1 per cent; ruling rats, 1
cer cent: last loan, 1 per Cent; oloelng
bid, a per cent; offered at I' per cent
U. 8 ref. as, reg sett'ia., n,. - or Tex,
erie. couooa:... 11 1st 4S. .
U. 8. I reg...100 Mo. Poc. Con 4s. 101
Ma mtiiwin lOlleMont. Power 6s. 17
U. S. 4s, reg...ielliN. T. C deb. 4s. 111
, no. coupon.. .. .ill ci. x. iur sears
Am. Smelters 48.107 N., T.. N. A H.
Am. Tee. A Tot cv. Is.. Ill
cv. 4s 101 No. Bsro. 4s.;.. 11
Anglo-French is 16 do 0.. ........ 16
Atch. gen. 4s.:.. 11 Ore. S. L. ref. la. 11
Belt. onto es. vevjrac.;T. at T. es.xeo
Bath Steel r. t100Penn. con. 414a. lot
Cant Pec 1st... ISH do gen. 4.. ..101
Ches o c 4s. sfjteeqing gen. 4e. 04
CIlO, J. 4s.. 11 "St L. A Saa F.
C. M. A P. Ry. ref. 4s 11
ref. 4s 11'Bo. Pac ref. la to
Cola. A S. r. 4s. I1S0. Railway Is.. 101
D. A R. O. e. 4s 71 Union Pacific 4s.
Erie gen. 4a.... 71 do cv. 4a 11
Oen. Elee. 6a 104 U. 8. Rubber 4s.. 102
eot No. 1st 4a tlU. 8. Steel 6a. .104
III. Cent. ret. 4a It "W. Union 4a. 14
Int M. M. 4e.l07W. Else. cv. 6111-111
K.C. 8V ret. is. 14
L. A N. unl. 4a.. 11 Bld. . Offered.
' Nsw Tork, Aug. II. The course of prices
In today's trsdlng Indicated rather plainly
the uncertainty and confusion prevalent In
speculative circles. Opening prices were firm
to strong, these giving way to general re
censions and points of weakneee before mid
day. Later the movement became more Ir
regular, rail as well as specialties often pur
suing opposlts directions.
Reading, again the market leader. Im
parted strength to the entire list In the
final hour, when It recovered from IU early
heavlneaa and advanced three points to 103.
Other rolls wsre held In partial check by
conflicting rumors affecting the mediation
conferences, but hardened at the close.
Among specialties Oeneral oMtors was the
outstanding feature, eupplementlng yester
days gain of 26 points with an additional
60 on reporta of another large proapectlve
dividend. The preferred shares rose 4
points, -with average galne of 2 points for
Studebaker, Maxwell and Chandler Motors.
Similar gains, were made by kindred Issues
on the curb, Btuts scoring a new high
record at 01.
Equipment and munitions Issues were vis
ibly strengthened by the annual earnings of
American Locomotive, which ehowed a five
fold Increase overt he preceding year.
New York Airbrake, which le In receipt of
further foreign contracts, gained I point
with Hot points for othsr shares of tha
same group. ...
unlti.d states steel varied only fraction
ally and closed at a Blight advance, but
Bethlehem Steel gained 13 polnta, with a
moderate advanceln Crucible Steel. Ship
ping shares repeated their recent activity,
but proved more than ordinarily susceptible
to realising sale
Coppers were more firm, but made little
headway, despite the enormous foreign de
mand for the refined metal. Sugars and
petroleums fluctuated within narrow ltmita
on light ' dealings. Total sales of stock
amounted to 346,000 shares.
Bonds were Irregular, with a slight con-
eeeslon In Anglo-French 6s. Total aales of
bonds were unchanged on call, but the
coupon 4s advanced 1 per cent on an actual
sale. t ; .
Am. Beet 8ugar 1.700 81 11 11
American Can 7,000 17 64 66
A. Car A Foundry.... ' 400 61 61 61
Am- Locomotive. ,..11, 600 73 72 72
Am. Smelt A Ref.... 1,400 16 14 t4
Am. Sugar Ref 1,300 100 109 741
Am. TeL A Tel...'... 200 127 44 120lZ IIOU
kAm. ., L. A 8.. . ..:. '800 21 33 32
Anaconaa uoppsr a. x.auo ni- 41 si
Atchison 1,800 103 102 103
Bald. Locomotive... 4.700 74 72 73
Baltimore A Ohio...- 1.100 1414 16V H4U
Brook, Rap. Tran...' 300 86 . 84. 84
B. A 8. Cooper.. 1.400 1614 14 BfiU
Cal. Petroleum..... 100 lt 11 11
Canadian Pacific... . 116
Central Leather 1,400 . 66 . 66 55
Cheeapeake A Ohio,. 300 II 11-41
C. ,M. A St. P too .16 - 16
C. R. I. AT P. Ry. . . . 100 11 II II
Chlno Copper too 41 41 48
Colo. Fuel A Iron... 100 44 44 41 W
Corn Products Ref ' ...7 14
Crucible Steel ..... 1.100 71 70 70
Distillers' Secur 100 46 45 .46
Bin 2.000 37 3444 ',16
General Electric... .... .... 169
Ot Northern pfd... 100 111 118 111
Ot. No. Ors ctfs 16
Illinois central 600 101 101 101
Inter. Con. Corp.... ' 400 16 11 11
Ineplration -Copper.. .... - ,"114
Inter. Harvester 114
Int. M M nfd. ctfs. .14.000 1644 04 I4U
K. C. Southern.:.... 100 24 24 24
Kannecotl copper.,.. 4,000 48 47 47
Louis. A Nash....... .... 128
Mex. Petroleum..... 1,700 18 17 17
Miami Copper ...... 800 34 14 84
M.. K. A T. pfd , 10
Missouri Pacific .... 100 41 42 42
Montana Power .... 11
National Lead 115
Nevada Copper MOO 17 17 17
New York Central.. 100 104 104 104
N. T.. N. H, H. . 61
Norfolk A Western.. 1,100 120 121 130
Northern Pacific.... 700 111 111 110
u m ti n ,i 1 ...
Pac. Tel A Hi'.'.!... 33
Pennsylvania ....... 1.100 E6 66 66
Ray Cod. Copper..,.. 6.00 24 83 23
Reading ,. 78,100 101 tl 102
Rep. Iron A Steel... 100 47 47 47
Southern Pacific 1,100 18 18 11
Southern Railway... 1,200 24 24 23
Studebaker Co 7.800 12114. 117 11844
Tennessee Copper... too 26 , 16 26
v.' DEATH RECORD
i ;'-',' ' Kenton Saniord. "'
Kenton Sanford died August 9 at
bit home in Ft Thomas, Ky. Mr. San
ford was resident of Omaha for
everal years, coming here in 1892
aa superintendent of the Adams Ex
press company. , , .: ; ' .
NEW YORK STOCKS
Reading Among: Leaden, Gaining-
Three"' Points During
- , Trading Session.'
PRICES FIRM TO STRONG
Texas Company .... too 111 111 111
Union Pacific ....... 1,800 131 131 131
union racino pro , bas
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol. ..10.000 110 117 lot
U. 8. Steel li 14,200 88 17 88
TJ. 8. Steel pfd....... 200 118 118 118
Utah Copper ....... 1,600 70 78 78
Wih.eh ofd "B" .... 1.SO0 27 17 28
Western Union ..... 100 132
West Electric...... 1.100 tl 68 68
Euns Bathing Beach
Bathers at Sand Point beach, on
Carter lake, will now find Sheriff
Felix J. McShane and his representa
tives in charge of -the swimming
resort, following out orders' issued by
Judge Arthur C. Wakeley in the suit
filed by Oak Redick against Evan
E. Worthing, manager, for $2,500.
Mr. Redick, the owner of the prop
erty occupied by the bath house, al
leges that Worthing agreed to pay
him one-half of the profits for the
use trf the land, but has failed to keep
his word. ludse Wakeley not only
ordered that the sheriff take immed-i
late possession of all the property and
effects of Mr. Worthing, but that he
exclude the defendant from partici
pating in the handling of these prop
erties. The sheriff will remain in
possession until further orders of the.
court and will conduct the business
until action has been taken in the ap
plication for the appointment of a re
ceiver. This hearing has been set for
August 17, before Judge Charles Les-'
lie. Five - days', notice will, be given
Mr. worthing. . ,
Man Shot by Walter
. Carrier is Dead
ck Dempsey, who was shot at
Thirteenth and Douglas streets by
Walter Lamer Wednesday, died at
St. Joseph's ' hospital. An inquest
will be held this morning.
Two New Milk Products -
- Companies Incorporated
Buttermilk povjer; milk powder,
cheese, cream ana eggs will be dis
tributed to the trade in the midwest
by the Omaha Dry Buttermilk com
pany, which'' filed articles of tncor
ooration for $10,000 Friday. The corn-
many il headed by David Cole as
president, Herman rranKei, vice presi
dent; K. A. Stewart, treasurer ana
general manager; George W. Stewart,
secretary, and J. F. Moscrop,
Articles of incorporation of the
Omaha Pasteurised Milk -company,
headed by the same men, have been
filed. The company . has a-: capital
stock of $25,000. '
Charges Officer Struck 1
" Him Without Warrant
In a aworn deposition filed with
the city clerk Charles Mollahan al
leges that on July 20, at Seventeenth
and Cuming streets, he was unwar
rantedly itruck by Policeman Wil
liam J. Turner while separating a
group of pugilistic boys. The com
plaint charges the office! with con
duct unbecoming an officer: The city
council will . consider the ' matter
Forfeited Bonds Lead in
: Police Court Receipts
The clerk of central police court
has reported a total of $4,298.25 col
lections in July, divided as follows:
Fines, $1,53875; costs, $684.50; for
feited bonds, $2,075. , .
DAN CUPID GROWS
This Month Promises to Eclipse
Any of Becord in This
THIS TEAS TO LEAD ALL
Blame it on the "Bermuda high,'M
threatened reduction in the cost of
meat and other foodstuffs, activities
of the "lonesome club" or whatnot,
yet August promises to be the banner
month and 1916 the banner year in
the marriage license mart of Douglas
county, according to tell-tale figures
compiled by "Cupid" H. H. StuDben
dorf and carried in a little book
tucked away in his pistol pocket.
V That Omaha is become a marrying
center as well as an industrial, rail
way and commercial hub (s shown by
the rapid increase in the number of
marriage licenses issued every day, the
ceremonies solemnized by County
Judge Crawford, parsons and dom
inies, and the unprecedented increase
of worries for obliging limbs of the
law who smooth the paths of marital
aspirants between Clerk Stubbendorf's
desk and the nearest parson's home.
Intermarriage of the races causes
but little difficulty in Douglas county.;
licenses having been refused to but
two couples during the last five years
because one of the pair possessed a
strain of negro, Chinese or Japanese'
blood. In one of these cases the pros
pective bridegroom was a Mexican and
his sweetheart a negress.
Poor Last Year.
The declaration of war checked the
culmination of corn-belt romances,
according to the figures, 1915 leing
one of the lean years. Only $4,808
was paid into the county treasury for
2,404 marriage licenses during the
year, while totals for preceding yean
were several hundred higher. During
19 S" Judge Crawford performed 176
m rriage' ceremonies, at $3 ( throw;
-n 1915, 146, while thus far in 1916 he
ii tied seventy knots.
icenses to wed have been issued to
f,i 14 couples already this year, the
A ne ust totals being excluded, ard at
thi rate the certificates are piling up
at he court house former records will
' he following table prepared by H.
H. Stubbendorf, the fountain head of
ma ital bliss, whose flowing signs
tur .- adorns the licenses and certifi
cat s of marriage in scores of homes
thr -ughout the midwest, shows the
grc Aih of Omaha as a marrying me
tro oli"s during the last five yean:'
mi. mi. mi. int. mi.
161 183 ill ill 171
Jan: nry ..
Feb- mrjr .
Aug int-. . .
Octe. er . .
To ils ..
...2,150 2,601 2,148 1,404
. .14,860 16,002 14,812 14.801
i Bank Clearuurs.
Cu iftha. Aus-. 11. Bank eear1nts fer
Orai is today were fl.8H.112.19 and for tbe
corr ipondlns der last veer I8,8s4,lll.ts.
8:30 to 9:30 A. M.
200 New Felt
Worth up to $3.50, for
t lis hour, choice, QQ
la Millinery Department
. Second Floor.
1 A6 DOOG1 -rOOUCLAS 1ISEITJ eeST
20$ to 50 Saving
August Clearance Sale
Exceptional Values in
AT THE CENTRAL
Because we must have the space for heavy shipments
from the factories, we are making these exceptional price
reductions on every discontinued pattern in our enormous
stock of Furniture, Rugs, Draper. es and Stove.
You cannot afford to pass by such -an opportunity to
secure home furnishings of such high quality at these
reduced prices. Select what you want now, if it be but a
single article to beautify and add to the convenience of
your house, or an entire home oiUl'it, and we will arrange
to make delivery later, if you so d sire.
We are located out of the high rent district, in an in
expensive building. We operate b carefully organized de
partments, which reduce our expenses and buy in enor
mous quantities, which means that we can. always save you
money on any article you desire rto purchase, and now,
during this clearance sale, we am offering you a further
saving from our regular low prices of from 20 to 50.
Every article sold during this s ile has our guarantee of
satisfaction, which makes this a safe place to trade and, as
usual, you make your own terms, i ,
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"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER."
OPENS tVeT AUG. 13
Burlesque in its Merrieet Moon.
Ladies' Dine Matinee Every Week Day.
Seat Sale Now Booming
rilDDCCC THREE DAYS
LMrnLdd Starting Today
Famous Double Fool Jugslers.
HAY AND NEAL, the Seen SalSMsaa.
ARGO AND VIRGINIA . ,
Siai inf sad Musical Novelty
ES, Novelty Equilibrists.
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Virginia Pearson :
A Tortured Heart
Tbs Meat Beautiful Anueesaenl Fsra hi
the Middle Waal.
Various Riding Devices and
Many Other Attraction.
Or hestral Concerts uel Motias
Pinurts Every Evaniaf Fraa.
H R I C I? FOUR PERFORM.
. 7 LILLIAN WALKER'
'"Ths Man Behind the Cartasa"
JESSE L. LASKY. Present.
CJ-EO R1DGELY A WALLACE REID
in "The House et Ths Golden Windows."
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