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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17 1916.
General Advance in Prices Fol
s lows Brisk Demand for All
WHEAT JUMPS PROM 2 to 3c
Omaha, limt II. lilt.
The timul for cub a-relna u Qulte
active today and there u a general ad
vance In price.
. The wheat market Ml Tory .trolls', Mil
tnf rromtete higher.
The bulk of the No. I hard ranted from
tl.lt44ei.40tt, and aome of the cbolceat
samples aold aa hlth aa 11.41.
No. I bard aold around II.IIOl lilt,
with a few cara aelllnr at Left.
The corn market ruled from ataadr ta
a half eent hither, the bulk sePilnc Ma orer
Tallow corn aold at a food premium above
'the white and rntasd grade.
Oata were much tnora aetlva and aold
fiom litit hither.
The cash demand for Oete waa very food
and No. i white aold up to el Ho. Stan
dard aats aold at 420 and the No. I whit
aold around 4fe.
re advanced 1030 and barley waa uoted
a cent higher. x
Clearar.cea were: Wheat and flour equal
to Ull. SCO bushels;, corn. I20,!r0t buahela;
oata. ftl.Mt bushela.
Liverpool eloae: Wheat, J Old higher;
Primary wheat recelpta were t,lt,t"t
bushela and shipments 1,111.000 bushels,
against receipts of 1.7(1.000 bushels and
shipments of tlt.lM bushels last year.
Primary com receipts- were 111.000 bush
els and ehlpmenta 011,000 bushels, against
receipts of 180.000 bushela and shipment, of
Sls.OdO bushels lastly ear. '
Primary oata recelpta were 1,(81,000 bush
els and ahtpments 1,180,000 buahela, against
reeslpts of 1,488.000 bushela and shipments
of 4(8,000 bushels last year. . '
' CARLOT RECEIPTS'."
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago .127 "0
Minneapolis V '"'H
Kansas City I" , J ,
Winnipeg ... '..,....." ... '
',. These salsa wera reported today:
WheatNo. 1 hard winter: I cars, 11.41;
I cars, 11.40 Mi. No. t hard wlntsri 1 oar,
11.41; 15 cara. 11.4014; U cars, 11.40; 1
csrs. tl.tltt- No. I hard winter: I oar,
11.48; 1 t"i 1-dL: ars, ' "
il.n? I ears1. ll.Jtl 1 car, 11.18: I cara.
1.17: I ears, Hit. No. 4 hard winter! 1
car. 11.18; a cara, HUH; J cars, I1.MH:
1 car, ll.lt; I cars. 11.11) 1 oar, ll.lt: I
cara, ll.JI. Sample hard winter: cara.
11.10; X ctii, 11.18; 4 cara, '1.14. No. I
Jtmm)' i 8'.. 81. No. t mixed: 1 Car.
11.11 M. No. 4 mined: 1 ear. Il.ttr- No. I
sntxed, durum: 1 car, IMS. .
J Dm Mm S 1 rmr. 11.13.
Corn No. 1 whits: t car, too. No. 1
white: 1 car. tt. v No, t white: 1 car,
TO Ho. No. 4 white; I car, 7tc. No, I yel
l. 1 ear. He. No. I VellOWl 1 car,
10 Ho. No. i mixed: oar, .71: I cara,
Tllac. No. t mixed: car, II Ho, No. 4
mixed: ' I ears, 71c. No. mUedi , 1 oar,
Oata No. i whiter t cars, tltto. Btav
dard: car ll.o. No. Ixrhltel I cars,
410. iVO. While: a cara,
e uum. 1 oar. J8U.O.
Omaha Cash Prtcea Wheat: No. I hard,
11 tint II: No. I hard. 11.1801.411 No. 4
i.ni si liariiU! No. 8 soring. 11.14
I. 41; No. t eprlng. I1.I1O1.40; No. J durum,
II. I84H.H: No. t durum, I1.UO1.I0. Corn:
He. 1 white. 7IHJ8ioi No t waits, 70
nui! Ho. 1 white. 78 07to: No. t white,
TH4478ios No. t white. 77.t1ltio: sam
ple white. 7eo(ro; . s r"""7 ..v
110! No. t yellowi l00Hci No. 4 fellow.
Itueitc; No. I yeiiow, immi
yellow, 77 M, O 7lo ; No. I mined, 7lOTifto
i a kind. 7le7JUc: No. 4 mind. 7IHC
71c: No. t mixed,jT107IHo: No. I mixed.
T777HO. oats: HO. s wniie, .v.7Bu.
et.njl.ml. JIAIIVO! NO. I WhltO. 410
.I. N. 'V white. 41 UO 41 Ho. Barley:
Malting, 780loi No. I ieed, 18010c. Kyej.
No. 1: fl.lioi.it; ho. i. ii.iivi.ie.
' Cm renditions.. ' '-
Summary of weather and crop condlilont
in com andvwheat region for week ending
August 11. aa prepared by the government:
Damage to corn by drought continued
' In Kansas, Oklahoma and north and welt
Texas, and the crop la apparently Injured
beyond recovery In sections of these slates.
. Aalna caused Improvement An other central
ii. . weather waa generally
favorable for corn elsewhere, and, crop la
making good progress. Harvest or wheat,
rye, barley and oata la general to the north
.m o.rt of tha country. Spring wheat
damaie by mat and blight continued, el
tHANh KM.kil anmewhat by, oool weather.
The weather waa favorable for flaa, gardens.
truck Crops, to 0000, sugar cane. .!.. ...
ta msadowg and pastures, except In the
southwest. Potatoes war Improved by cool
er weather In the extreme north. Plowing
H. TJ5 v... k..i,n in the Ohio, cen-
' tral Mlaslaslppl and lower Missouri valley.
but It Is too dry In the aoutnweat. ,. -
' OlaABA JTTL'REA,
Wttaai Optloaa Clooe I-rwer Cor. afakaa
4iet441ic: atandard, lHtm Rys: No.
I, new. 11.16. Barley. 7!ctll.06. Seeds:
Timothy nominal; olover, I7.00O14.I0. Pro
visions: Pork, 117.00; lard, . 111.48;-rlba,
Butters-Receipts, t,4ll tuhe: oreamery,
extras, 10c; extra firsts. t80Hc; flreta,
17HOIIVc; seconds. 26 4 37c.
Kggs Receipts, 7,604 raaesj firsts. HI
e4tec; ordinary firsts. IIOIIc; at mark,
PoUtoee Finn; recelpta, 48 cars; Jersey,
bulk, cobblers, 61.10OM1; Virginia, barrel,
cobblers, 13.26 0 3.48; Mlnneaots. Illinois,
Missouri and Eatly Ohloa, .11.000186.
Poultry Steady; fowla, 14017c; aprings,
NEW- YORK STOCKS
Market Talcei an Upturn and
More Than a Moderate -,
NEW FEENCH BONDS SOLD
W Nw Tork, Aug. - ll.-Plifwflinf
deadlock In th railway labor controversy
and tha lncraailpt peuitnlim reported from
weatern and JiartnwcRtern agricultural can
tara, today'a market added variably, but .tor
the moat aart aubatantlally, to price accre
tion! of the early week.
Tradln waa civ largeat on tn up swinv
of any aeaaloa thua far this month and
comprehended a far treat number of iaauea.
There were Indication of extenalve abort
coverlne; and more than a moderate Jtwjuiry
from lnvaatment eourcee. ,
Price ware merely firm at the outlet,
but fathered force before midday. "The
terms of the new sriuan loan, wmciv-iB
apectea-to eaae forelm preisure upon tliu
market, aeemed sufficiently attractive to
tlwulate apecuntiv sentiment m aorae -
ansa to the point of buoyancy. '
United State Steel, Mercantile minus
common send preferred, Reading, and the
mora oromlnent motor and equipments con
stituted the roost active features. Hteel, on
an overturn or about .to,uuv snares, rt
3tt, to Jl'A, Its highest quotation since
1901, when It made the record price of U.
-Marin. Mmmoii attained a new record
on It rise of t, to 4,-lth new maxi
mums for tha old and new bond and an
other shipping lieue, Atlantic, Oulf and
West indies, eaiapiienea a, new
.. iiu inxMoBiBllv. ttenub to Iron and
SCWel preferred achieved, like dlstinoUon,
LIVE -STOCK MARKET
Steers Steady to Stronger and
Cows 8teady to Lower
Sheep 15o to 2 Bo Up. .
HOGS ABE 10 CENTS HIGHER
Other striking features inmuiwu
Amsrlcan augar, which rose t points, on tns
declaration of eitra cash and atook divi
dends, ths Independent steel and Iron
shares, munitions, motors, flnits4' States In
dustrial Alcohol, ana Mexicans.
vancea In theea Various Issues, which wsre
retained In large part t the close, ranged
from to t to 4-polnta. Total-sales amoiintsd
H..vv deallns In Anglo-Frsnch ts and
ths new French 6s, aa well as mtrlnei,
foaturedA'the ateady bond , 'kat. Total
sales, par value, aggregated 10,160.000.
Number of leading salss and ouotatlona
on tha msrael were
LAm. Beet B'Jiar. .
Am.nutn w . . . .
Am. Car Fndy...
Amsr. Loco... ...
AnTT m. nerng..
Am. Zlncl I 1..
u . si
Buitc BwrCopl'ktOO 8 . 07H 17.
Cal. Pstroleum...., . too is is
.anadlan racuio..' s.swv i . :
r..ni..t tsther... 1.700
Chesap'tks 4k Ohio 1.100
si. m du
Chicago North.. I... V
C, R. I. Ry.a, J.ftj
Chlno Copper ...jv. .'5
Colorado F. ll.loo
Corn Prod. Being. t.OOO
Sruclble Steel 11,100
Istlllarf Ssourlty. t.ioo
(i.n1 'RUntrle.. 1.100 171
at. North, nfd.... 1,700 in 111
Ot. North. Ors ctft t.ooo '( .
Illinois. Central..., HO lot,!, 101
Inter. Consol, Crop. ...... .....
Insnlratlon Coppsr. 4,600 H
intsr. Har, N.-J .....
nt. M. M. pfd. otft 18.800 Hie
M.. - enuinern.., ...... .....
Kennacott Copper v 18,800 41
Loula, 4b Nash..,, ...... .....
llsx. Pstroleym.,. t0,40t 101
Wlsmla Copper... 1,100 86
u V 1 Tev. ntd. i . . .
Missouri PaelflO... 1,00 IVs
. s-k. wa - little eealee til
dav and closed ka lower on the Beptember
Jnd .mbar.Ptln with the Ma, dosing
1 11 n Ln-aTr. ,'. .
TM wheat market advar about
during tha surly part, of tha seeslou, but
SSeA oll hsavy selling toward the clo
Trade to oorn was very light, b the
' market waa firm, adwnclnf and tha
Th.rV very llttls lntirest In aata. but
' tne market fallowed wheat ud wi in
ths advance. "September and Hay oata
" cioacd Vjo hjghtr and (Peoember closed un-
honS2a closing cHoes itsJ for this
Art. I Open,
... , nrloM. furnished The Be
by Logan Bryan, stock and grain brokers.
CIOSO. I 100.
Art I OpenT
' Pork '
1 41 tt
U II .
1 44 Vi
- it a
?! !! V
CHICAGO OBA1X AMD PMTIH6N
Crf Prospect BulUah. But Oralm to Utg.
Chloago, Aug. 11. Testenlay's advance In
wheat apparentif satisfied thetrad for the
moment, as bulge war Mlbed upon today
to take profits. The result wasa net loss
tt tn .Hfi Corn closed lower to a shade
higher, oat unchanged and provision lr
reular from Sfto lower for December' pork
. to 10o p tor October ribs.
- Tbs best price lor wheat were attained
early la the esloa. Crop advice continued
f butUfh and Liverpool waft higher, and those
factor! encouraged holder for the time
it..., .TtA ttnitl bt&ck tor a further rise.' When
It came, however, there was plentr for
' sale, and theiWfter every bulge f ouml gall
lug orders waiting. '
KluctuattOBA-eoverod as extreme range of
tlte. Borne of the selling here was for the
purpose ot dosing apreadHetween this
maraei ana inoee vi um iiui i,u wttwjv. ung
expert In Canada telegraphed that black
xust damage In Canada had reached
maximum. The earliest arrival of new
' wheat ever known at Winnipeg waa . re-
. ported. , v grade no. s,
Cora prtcea covered a range of and
war influenced largely by wheat, advancing
early and reacting later on profit taking.
Officii weather reports Included Information
that crop damages in IUUnola 1 lea than
21 per oaatr and the same la Iowa. New
or tn oat crop waa aoi eonaiaered i
uiflcant and v rices reelected the trend
neighboring pita. Buying by seaboard
porter ws more than offset by looal proat
- .i ins,
PrwWrni advancod oartar n liberal ektH.
rwttits ot ,rd and the advance oa hoc.
with shorts UAfng in the buying, but
, ratllslng sale later found Uttl support and
Tih- gatawae mostly loot. .Cloelog prion
vttrrt at lie nouom. l
Cash PrleasWheati No. I ted, 11.46
o. I red, l.Mtl.UK;Ko. 1 hard, 11.43 sa
14f; No. S hard, tl.7Qi.U. Corn
. yeHw, UQ1c; No, 4 yellow. 14c
. Vwbue nomlnaL Oata; ho. I whit.
y' Omaha, August IS, 1US.
TteelDt, ro: Cattle. 'Hoh. Bheep.
Offtclnl Monday 11,124 T.470 14.4R0
Official.. Tiieeday I.64S f.121
Entlmi.tr Wednesday. 4.600 , 10.700
Three Jays this weik.S4.471 27,193
flarne days last Week..lM7
Hams' days t weeks agol4,337
Same days t weeks ago .01
Same duys 4 weeks agol3.676
asms aays last ear..w,Z77
The following, tabi snow tne receipt of
cattle, hos and sheep at ths Bouth Omaha
llvs stock market tor tne year to data, as
oompared with last year:
. 114. im. rf Inn. Deo.
Cattl .... 714,754 . 01,7tl llfi.!6
Hon 1.187.264 1.141.6U1lt.7 ......
Sheep .....1.-407.0I0 1,412.514 141,464
The followlne- table ahttwtr tha averaae
-prices of hoirat the Omaha live stock mar-
net ior tne iaat,few days with companaon:
Sale. High. Low. Clfls.
1,1900 68 17 BJH
k fina aa cou, 41
0,800 73 73 71
700 HOI 108 n
-1,100 111 110 130
-1,400 14 , , 1 , M
16,200 84 H M
9 AAA in " 10B 103
11.000 77 74 , 74
1.000 17 17 , 37
Cattle Receipt were liberal again today,
170 carp being reported tn. This make
the total for tho thro day this week
24,471 head, the largest of any recant week
ana larger man a year aao.
ine aemanL.waa ooa and aesirani beet
oatti were steady to stronger. Host of the
cattle consisted of western rangers, tho beat
oeec steers sailing up to si.oo. Tnere waa
only n small sprinkling of cornfeda. but
tnere were yearling good enough to bring
Tho beat eowa war not far from atoadr.
but ther grades wera generally a little
Peslrabl feeding cattle war In demand
at ateady to stronger prices.
Quotations on cattiei oood to choice
beeves. Iff.600io.06; fair to good beeves.
18.0000.86: common to fair beeves. 87.76A
8.76: aood to choice vearllnn. 10.60010.161
fair to gooa yeaning, .T.0.cu; common
to fair yearlings. I7.00d8.60: good to oholce
grass beeves, 88,0041.16, fair to good grass
beeves, iT.ioeT.ie; common to xair grass
beeves. 10.60497.00: srood to ohoio neiiers.
16.7607.60: aood to choice cow, 16.81)
7.16; fair to good cows, $6.0004.40, com
mon to fair cows, ll.7696.76ti good to choice
feeder. 17.60!. 40: fair to good faeders,
87.0007.60: commotr to fair feeder, so.ooo
aood to choice stocktrs. IT.5001.00:
stock heifer, 6.7606,7(i stork cow. $6.60
4I6.&0." atock calves. I4.76ol.60: val
calve, 9I 00O11.4O; beef bull, stag, ato.
n.sov i.w, ioiona ouiiSt te.susyise
18 It II
tlJ 10 II,
T. 1 1
, 1 401 II V
11,100 106 M
, 100 oi
, l.iot 1IIM
n, s. centre,...,
N. T.. H. H...
Norfolk ' West,
Paclflo Tel. Tel
Hay Con. Con 6.800
Reading 81.100 100
ttan. irnn m. nun, i.iuu dv
Bhat, Aril. Cop... 700. 18
Southern Pacific.. 1,100 II
Southern Hallwar. 1.600 24
Studebaker Co.... 11.70 183
Tenneseee Copper.. 1,100 86
Texas Company. ., 1,400 104
6t II 66
84 14 14
00 108 106
60 1 48$ 49
Union Teciric... 16,100 141 181 140
Union Paclflo pfd.. ... 82
U. B. Ind. Alcohol. 7,600 114. 111. 118,
. Mtl 188.900
B. Steel pfd.... 1.800 111 118 117
Utah. Copper .1,100 11 11 11
Wabaah pfd "B".. 1,100 11 18 18
Westsrn Union.... 18
Westtngn. El.etrlc 7,100 8t 11 61
Total saiea ior tne nay, sbb.mwb anares.
A . Xew ,Tor Meaer Harkst. ,
New Tork. Aug. It. Prim, Mercantile
Paper I per asnt.
Burling Sichango Siitr-day I bills,
4.71i demand, 14.78 11-11; cables, 4.71.
silver Bar, seito; aisxioan aoiiara, ia
. Bonds Government, . steady i .railroad.
teady. ' ' I
Time Loans Steady: ality days' 03
par cent: nlnsty daya, St8 per oent; Us
montns, 8jve per oeni.
Call Money Steady: higheet, 1 percentl
lowest, 1 psr cent: ruling rata, 114 . per
oent; last loan, 8 per eent; closing bid,
?' per cent: offered, at 1 per cent,
u. S. rs Is, rg. tt L. N. un. 4s.. 14
U. S. reg Is, oou.tl M..K. A T. 1st Is. 71
II. 8. Is. reg..,looMo. Fac. con. Is.101
u,. 9. Bs, eou... ini Mont, rowsr 6s..7
V. s. 4s. reg...lotN. r. C deb. ts.lu
Am. Bmelttrs is.107 (1161) ' 107
8. ov n. x., n. h. VI
101 K. cv. Is Ul
Vreneh ls..sgNof Pao. IS 11
Atchison gen. 4s..l8No. Pan. 1 46
S. et O. 4,......l0O. S. L. rsf. 4s.. 11
thleh.ra Steel 'Penn. con. 4s.l04
roll. 6s .100 Penn. gen. 4s.l01
Cent. Pac. lst...l7Readln gsn. 4s..ll
C O. V. 4s.l4.s. L. S.-f. ,
C B. Q. It. vs.tl ret. 4s 14
V ss. SI Dk a. N. rw. or. es..ivt
sv. Is 104 So. Pac rsf, 6s.. 81
ft, R. I, P. So. Ry. ta......l01
Ry ref. 4s UU. P. 4s 16
CAS. ret. 4s..8fU. P. ov. 4t....lstl
D.R. O. con. 4s.78U. 8.. Rub. is. ...108
Erie gen, 4s.,....78U. a Btsel 6s. ..106
Qen. Slec. 6s. ..104 Weet.Unlon 4s.ll
Ul. iNor. (BC exts.... IS nesungnouBA
U u. rer. ts...t..n.ia Aiee. or. es.,.liv
I. M. M. 4s...108d. R. o. rtr.-ii
X. C. 8. ri-6s..tl "Bid. ".Offered.
. Kansas City General Market,
" Kansas City, Mo., Aug. II Wheat No.
I hard. I1.87 01.4I1 . NO. I red. 61.40ai.47
Beptember. tl.1; Deoember, 11.11) May,
Corn No. I mixed, tlc; No, I white,
fta asked; No. I yellow, I40; September,
I0ci December, 7tc; May. 74074o.
Oats No. I whit. 4iiio: no. l mixed,
44OI60. - i
Butter Creamery, llof tint, lloi no.
onds. 86c: packing, zte.
Ban First, 840.
Poultry Hons, 10al. roosters, 10o;
. MlaneapoUe Orala Market. -
Minneapolis, Aus 16. Wheat Bsptsmbsr,
II. 41V,: December. tl.47S1.41. ICaeh:
No. 1 hard, 11.66: No. 1 northern, 11.60
Vi.t6: no. i' nortnarn, oi.eiiVi.Bl.
FlourA-Unchangsd. . .
Barlsy 71t86c. f j
Rye-ll 1I4JI 14. - .. x ;
Bran 818.I18I.II. ' . -. .
Corn No, I yellow, ltt81e. :
Oats No. I Whits. 41 041c. .' : ;
eTIaxaeed II.14I17. . .
yearlings, feeders, I6.t04t7.ll; wethers, fair
to choice, 86.1607.lt: awes, good to choice,
tt.6Ofi7.O0; swos, fair to good, 86.76f84.80;
ewes, plain to cull.. I4.0OS6.7I; feeding.
i 4.6006.16; awes, breeders, all agea, 16.11
Bepressnutlvs salsa: '
Hsol Nevada lamba '..
180 Novada feeder bLmbe ...
114 Wyoming lambs
71 cull lambs
101 Wyoming lamba
117 Wyoming lamba ...v.....
Ill Wyoming lambs
Ill Wyoming awes .
lit Wyoming ewes
Ill Wyoming ewes
7t Wyoming lambs
1118 Wyoming lambs
117 Wyoming Jambs
1116. Ilrlt'rnill. 118117
I 40 3
No. Av. Ft.
I lit l 16
14. 161 I 80
88. ........1030 1 76
14 1081 7 06
17 lit 7 '16
18. ...... .1101 7 60
II 1100 t 76
1 107 t It
8TEHR8 AND HEIFERS.
IBS s uv - 10 . sue V so
t 40' 10 8J0 10 40
I 86 IS 687 , 6 40
t 60 ' 61 701 1 I It
10, I. ...... .110t 4 71
No. 1 Av. Pr.
1 766 16 It
It 766 I 60
If, 107 I 70-
16. , 761 7 00
... 046 7 10
.,, 701 1 16
... 716 .1 10
v.. 4 II
t 00 (' I.,
I 60. 12.
I 00 I, .
I 76 1.,
I 7t ' '
7 16 11..
I 00 1..
.. 80 10 10
.. 47 10 10
.. 61 10 10
...40 t 60
..61 It 26
..77 . 10 10
... 71 10 00
..108 I 10
,.,100 I 00
... II t 00
... II 10 26
... 71 10 10
... 41 10 16
, St. Louis Uts Stock Market.
St. Louis. Aug. Og. Cattls Rseslpts,
t.OOO head;, market higher; native teef
eteers. f7.OOOrO.60r ysarllng steers and
heifers, 18.60010.00; cows, 16.60 0 7.71;
stockers anoT feeders, 16.1098.16; Texea
eteers, !6.60OI'tv; sprlme southern steere,
I8.00OI.O0; eowa and helfere, I4.60O8.00;
prime yearling steere and heifers, 8760 It
1.00; native calves, t6.00.fjll.60.
Hogs Receipts, v.soo neaa; mersci
higher: pigs and lights,
and butchers,1 110.
110.60010.60: bu k of
Hneen ano LimH Hecetpie. e.euv neao
market higher: lamba, I7.00O10.60; slaugh
ter ewes, 06.oofy7.ib; nieatingewes, ts.wv
ITW YOBK CENKBAL MABKM.
QaoUtlons of tha D.yon tha Loading Com
, modi tics.
New Tork,' Aug. 16 Fl.mr Unasttleoii
spring-patents, I7.80fj8.10; winter patents,
87.35fs7,co; winter siraigms,
' Wheat Spot, easy! No. 1 durum, 11.62;
No. 1 hard, 11.56; No. 1 northern, Duluth,
ll.tlj No. 1 northern; Manitoba, 11.60 f.o.
b.. New York. v
Corn Spot, easy; No. 1 yellow. 6c, c 1.
f.. New York.
.it. 17 56.. li mlsed-l""h peeled ahrlmp, per gal., 12.00.
,,.w.o,..'.J?.1ood, J-Ssss, VrV'cr1'"
Of ..lea, I10.20O10.60. . SLZaSi,-. . rMs.-l24s. 360.. box.
. ChUago Live Stack Market, .
Chicago, Aug. It. Cattls BscelpU,17,-
000 head; market, strong to lla higher;
natives, I7.10O11.10; western eteers, 11.660
8.10: stockers and reeders, ss.quo7.bbi cows
and heifers, l.7el.tt; calyea, 88. 86018.76.
Hogs Receipts. 13.000 neaa; mantel
ctoaed strong and ltOlte htghsr; VQIk of
sales, I10.10O10.70; Hght, 810.1601060;
mixed, ll.10O10.S0; heavy, ll.70O10.80i
rough, ll.70Oi.tp; Pigs. I8.1IOI I0.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 10.000 head;
market, firm to 16c higher; 'sheep wethere,
6l60O7.t0; ewea, tl.1107.6t; lambs, 17.160
. Bsstsas City Lire stack Market. '
Kansas City. Mo.. -Aug. It. CattleRa-
eelpte, 11,000 head; market stsady; prima
fed steers; 7.QOO.oo; stockers ana xeeaers.
tf.00Ol.ll; bulls, lt.16Ot.60; calves, 16.80
Hoas Receipts. 10.000 liead: market
higher; bulk of salea, II.I6O10.36; heavy,
ll.76O10.2b; pacaers ana ouicners, fv.vuw
10.40; light, I8.I0O10.40; pigs. I8.00O6.60. '
ni...n nA IariIm Ree.lDts. 4.000 head:
market higher; lamba, Ill OOOH IOf' year-
llnge, I7.tooi.60; wetners, ,e.70O J.sb; ewes,
M. foMph Live Stock Market.
St. Joseph, Aug. .It. Cattle Receipts,
8.000 head: market 'Steady: ateera. 11.100
slO.80; cows and heifers, 14.0001.10; calves,
Hogs Receipts, s.ouc aeaa; marxet
higher; top, 110.86; bulk of sales 11.160
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, l.ooo head;
market higher; lamba, 110.00 011.00; ewes,
I8.60O7.I6,- i ,
. St. Louis Orala Market.
St. Louis, Aug. II. Wheat No. I red.
1.48 01.61; No. I hard, I1.I301.61; Sep
tember, tl.40OI l0; December, ll.ll.
Corn No. 'I, too; No. I wnite, 66c
September, tlo; Decfmber, 71cV
Oats No. I, toe ; no. s wave, 440.
' V Liverpool Grain Market. W
' Liverpool, Aug. It. Wheat Spot: No. 1
Manitoba, lis Ud; Nb7 red, western win.
tor. 18a Sd.
Corn Spot, American,, mixed, new. 10a
OMABA GEJrraAt, MASiliET.
Butter NoT'l creamery, la cartons or,
tubs. lOo; No. 1, lc
Poultry Broilers, 10c: .Jtena, lie; geese,
MllY'cathered, 10; roosters and - staga,
10o ducka, llo;. turkeya 13c: capons,
llo: guineas, 16c: squaba IOcOH-OO per
dos.: lgsons, 11.00 per dos,
Cheeee Imported Bwlsa. lb., 4tc; domes,
tic Swiss, tOcihlock Swiss, llo; twins. 17o;
triplets, 17c; daisies, 17c; Toung Amer
ica. llc; blue label brick, 18c; 11m
bergtr. 10c; New Tork white. Its; Rocque
Beer-cuts Hies; no. 1, id., ic; no. flR. .hinnlnr 76
loi No. 1. 18U.C Lolna: No. 1. 21o: I No. I, 11. 10O1.16; No. 1, IMS, snipping,
No. t. 10ol No. I, 17o Chucks: No. 1, O80c
. '.UT-rai... ,.H.. I Hons Easy: etats common to choice,
Not itSo- No.' 1 ItiiV No. t. llo. I'll. 10tjl7c; 1914, -J7o,; Paclflo coast,
Pla'tet I 1. 10.: No' .Ttoo.l.lcJ 1015, 10 13c: 1814 ft to.;
FRESH FISH Halibut, lsHCi catnsn niuoa xvut.a, 71 v. -ts
smaii, -lie: catiisn, iro t.vslh, nu, --
salmon, llc. whlteflsb, 14c; trout. No. 1,
17c; ylelow pine, no. 1, im; ouuneaaa, ioc,
carp. No. 1, 9c: black bass, 140; croppie,
medium, lDo;-piCKerei, ia sieas; coainn.
lloi tlleflah (new), 7c; red snapper, 13c;
soanlsh mackerel. 16c: sun flat). 0c; Lake
Brie lumbo wnitensn. 220; riounaera, zancyj
IOT:K lie, 111,1 W HISHiFlOf 1 01, t , SUB S3 IIKU,
each, 0c; frogs, jumbo, $2.60; medium.ftry. special, 767a; special, y. i
$1,75 J fresh headless shrfmp, pr gal., (12.
94; 126s. 14 60;-1 60S, 38S., 4.76; Hfts, 3A(js.
31 fs, 264, 14.15. Lemons: Uoldn B'.wi;
100. 140s, box. t.h0: Bilver Cord, a 00s. lavs.
It. 00. Apples'. Oravensteln, box. old
Ha TaaiHla kl RA rsalliirii tr,titm- fnln.1
redo poachea. Carmen, 108s, boa, 806; 10.
90c; Colorado peachea, larger size, fl.OO;
California Siberia or Crawford. Sl.lfr: Cali
fornia. Elbertas, Ave-box lots. 11.10. Pfars:
uartiecta, uai., oox, ..; xsumock or riem
Ish Beauties, $160; i-tter or choice e-Uer.
13. ; choice f-t)er, U-00; fancy, f-tler
C lappa, '$2.26; K-tler choice, Jtler fancy,
92.00; l-tler choice, 91.71. Plums: Large
red if blue, box, 92,00. Graven; Malagas,
enrfe, '92.00; Thompson Seedless. - 91.76.
Watermelon : Lb., lac. Cantaloupe :
M. B. etandard. crate $3.26; ponys, 92.76;h
fiat, 91.40. Bananas: Bunch. i.7&os.io.
Apricot: Crate, $1.76. 1
Vegetables Sweet potatoes Alabama, bu.
hamper, 92; ' potatoes, bu.. ifc; onions,
Spanish; crate, i; onion. Cal.. lb., mc;
cucumbers, basket, IBc; stoppers, basket,sOc;
celery. Ulch., dos.. 40c; pass, Telephone,
basket, 91; head lettuce, dos., 91; corn,
high grade, dos., 1,6c; tomatoes, Basket. 86c;
beets, carrots and turnips, basket 600;
shallots, radishes, do., 20" garjict lb., 20c.
Ulsoellaneous Crackerjack, checker and
cornpops. case, $8.60; cases. $1.76. Spe
cial: Peanut. No. 1 raw. lb.. 9c; Jumbo,
to; popcorn, case,' 92.56; figs, Iwx, 80c -
The wholesale price or oeer cuts was: no,
1 rlba, lto No. rlbe, 18c; No. t ribs,
18 40. No. 1 loins, 2Ujcf -No. I loins,
SOHo; No. 2 loins, 17Hc; No. 1 chucks,
1244c; No. S chucks, 13t No. I chucks,
10o. No. 1 rounds, 16 Sic; No. Smunds,
HHofNo. 8 rounds, 124c. No. plates,
10c; No. 2 plates, 0c; tN.y, plates, 9c.
1 Omaha Hay Idarket,
Omaha. Aug. 14. Pratrle Hay Choice
Upland, 110.00; No. 1, I8.60tjl0.60;' No. 3.1
IT.oot.oo; iNo. 0, Vt.gow7.uu; cnoice mm
land, 99.60910.00;. No. 1, 99.0099.60; No.
2, 97.009.00; No. 9. $6.00 7.00; choice low
land, 98.00t99.00; NO. 1, 97.O04jM.0O: No. 2,
9.0097.OO; No. 9, 98.0096.00.
Alfalfa Choice, $11.00 12.00; 1 No. 1,
910 00911.00; standard, $8.00 10.00;, No. 2,
96.00AS.00: No. 1. 94.0006.00. b
Straw Choice wheat. 96.00; choice oat or
Oata Spot, easy; No. 2 white, 5O05flHc. L. Decemb'er, 14.45c; January. U-t
H-tv StAudv; nrlma. 21.30: No. 1. $1.26 ; I , . ' w -. M.v' 1. 77c .
Futures closed steady; August:, ii.iac; uo- j
tobef, 14.90o; December. 14.98c; January
14.4c; March,. 14.60c; May. 14.74c.
Spot steady; middling uplands, 14.29. "
"Liverpool, Aug. 16. Cotton Spot, steady; "
good middling. B.4d; middling, 8.78d; loiHx
middling, 8.62d. Sales, 7.000 bales.
all JMlirriun, 7H-. a
Leather Firm; htmlock flruft, 37c; aeo-
-Provisions Pork, firm; mers, $28.50i8)
29.00: family. 828.00 & 20.00: short cleur,
92S.6C27.60. Beef, firmer; mess, $19.00 N
ljt.ed; jamiiy, iw,ww.i.o. -m u, ,
middle wtst, 9IS.76ln.8fi. , ' ,
Tallcw Firm; city, .He, nominal; coun-
Butter Finn ; receipts, 12,479 tub;
creamery extras, SI ft 32c; f nrsts, 290304c;
stfeonds, 27 28 4c,. 1 :
li-Cge irregular; receipt, to.tvt
fresh gathered, extra line, 2233cf extra
firsts, 30 31c; Ants, 271929c.
Cthceae Frm; qecelpts, 6,700 boxes; state
whole milk flats fresh, specials, 17 17 4c;
state whole milk flati average "Vncy, 164 0
16c. . ( - -
Poultry-Allce, market .uncertain: no
prireraUled. Dressed, easier and un
changed. V;' Coffee MarkrtV .
- New Tork, Aug. 16. Coffee The market
for futures was very quiet today. Owing -to
the holtnay there were no official cables
from the Brazilian markets, whlrh may
have 'had a tendency to restrict business
around the local ring, while offerings weroj
llgntciv after the scattering liquidation of
yettterday. The opening was dull and un
changed, hut December sold up to 8,80c
dnrlnir thfLdav. while May advanced to 9.Hc
on 'local buylngr Later fluctuations were
somewhat Irregular, but the -clone was
steady on a llttls trade buying with lnet
prices S to 7 points net hlghnr. Sales, 12,600
bags; August, 8.67c; I September, 8.71c; Oc-
" . Dry pood Market. v "
New Tork, Aug. 16. One of the leading
handlers ot bleached goods today advanced
priced 4 cent a yarti. , Some print cloth
mills advance their Nsjiotatlons in narrow
goods 4 cent a yard. Demand for many,
line of finished cotton goods continued to
bo brisk. Worsted yarns were firm!
. We Offer
rnternal 5V2 Bonds
of 1916 ,
Dinct obllgatlbn of the Russian
Free' of all present and future Russian
INTEREST FAYABLEf HERE
Profit over 60 and interest yield
over 8 figuring present tow ex
charge rate, at the normal value
of rubles. , v N K
Circulars, particulars and also certified
English translation of bonds on request
A. E. JOHNSON &C0i
RUSSIAN AMERICAN LINE
" RUSSIAN OFFICES l '
Petroerad Moscow Odeaaa Riffa
Archangel Mrfnk Wilna. Etc.
37 Broadway Ney York
tober, I.t4ci November, 1.77c; December,
l.7to: January, 1.84c; February, l.llc,
a o-. lT,- M.V. t.OlO! JUIIS,
l.07o; ' July. ' 1.12c' The spot market was -ir
quiet at IHo Icr Rio 7a and 10H
.. im nil frelaht- oflere fromT
Braxll were fairly Numerous, .with little
changa In quotations, which ranted Irom
above lt-.tOo to 11.00c for Santos 4s. ,
-v. New York Cottoa Market. "
New Tork. Auff. it. Cotton Kutursl
onened steady: Auiust, 14.280;
Aug. 18. Metals Lead firm;
Hoelter firm; soot bast St..
Louis delivery, offered at 18.00. Copper
flam; eleclrolytlo, 26.00t)27.00. Iron steady
and unchanged. Tin quiet spot, S8.l71tt s
At London; Spot copper, till; futures,
1111; electrolytic, 126; epot tin, 1171; fu
tures, 1172; lead, 10; spelter, 41 10a ,
Price of Gasoline RedneeA.
Chicago, Aug. 16 Gasoline was1 reduced
In price to 17 Uj-cents a gallon here today,
a reduction of 1 cent.1 ,
Take Duffy's Qn
Change of water and diet need rot
be feared if you are prepared. You.
will feel .more comfortable on your -
vacation, ad it is really an element
of safety t have readyl at hand ior
emergencies, a bottle of
Pure AV alt Wr
Taken in medicinal tjoses of a tablespoonful
in water before meals and on retiring, it
benefits digestion of food and assists in its
assimilation, so that the body is given
strength and vigor to resist the uncertain
ties of summer diet, impure watei and tphe
dangers of sunstroke or heat prostration.
"Get Duffy's ;
and Reel) Well"
At most druggists,
grocers ar(d dealers,
$1.00. If they can't
supply you, write us.
Tho Duffy Malt Whiskey Caw,
s ' Rochester, N. Y. ;
so....r;.. 4ii t is ii....... i i 0
11. .....J. 290- 00 I,. 10 10 00
... tn 10 so . i. wo u 99
.. . IRA 11 as
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
... Mt i so si. ...... m rto
... 970 T 00 5. ...... .1020 ? it
ltoows...l07J IS 10,. 11 steers.. 711 J 00
r. n. ivunMr o. v.
14 steers.. 787 0 10 81 steer. s,10II
j. m BiDbeti eon eo.
17 steers. .UiO 110 10 steers.. 1114
p. j. -wiison yvyo.
11 steers., oil 0 SO
w. f. Peterson- WTO.-mex.
30 steers.. 1017 '0 10 f steers.. 1010
C. aabrieisoA wyo.
U feeders. 1004 1 01 Uteers,. 001
Leva B. Howes hoik.
4loows...loa0 I TO 19OOWS...1080
Mrs, B. Mortimer wyo.
feeders. 81 4 10 10 cows... ISO
lTstsers.;UI7 TOO 0 eows. . .1041
21 steers.. 1160 7 00 7 oows.1060
Hon-fteoelots were tolerably liberal as
compared with most recent days, being the
heaviest of the week to oeM. Ksumaiee
placed supplies at 100 loads, or 10,700 head.
briuaina tiie total lor tne nrsi nan ox ine
week uo to 17.893 head, this Is 7.000 more
than were nere auring tne same penon wi.
woeK, snq ,uoo neavier inan ior in cor
responding -days a year ago, but smaller
than two weeks ago by 7,000 head. -
values scored another gooa aavarioa to
day, hogs selling mostly lOo higher and
la; spots even more than that Shippers
bought their hogs at prices that were any
way 11910c Is her. i While general quality
naa oeen isiriy oeu mis ww, uiini.
loads of good llgn( of butcher weight hogs
have been lacking, and tops have not, on
that account shown as much advance as
the general market too last couple of aaya,
Today no full loads sold above 110.10.
i ne pacner traue varit sun oin
higher. As waa tho case yesterday buy
ers' were able to get ta few hogs right
at the start that hardly showed tho full
advsnoe, but most of their purchases were
all. of 10c above yesterday. Best time
of the market was la the middle, trade
again, becoming a little draggy towards the
olose. 'Today, however, there was -no quot
able weakness on lata rounds, last sales
Lahowlng the general advnce A good
clearance was made before 0:30, though, ae
usual there were scattered loadfstlll la tha
pens at that time, , ,M
In the last two days .most of tho de
cline of Baturday and Monday has been
made up and bulk of the hogs Is mow sell
ing almost as high as on tho high spot
Friday, though owing to the absence of
choice shipping hogs tops today fell a dime
short of Friday's August record. 'Most of
today s ernes landed at i.fi040.00, with
scattered loads of packers on dowa towards
10.60, and shipping grades .on up to 110.10,
the top. .
PROSPERITY IEA8UE ' W ' ' - 1 i.'.Vo ' v" ; H
No. Ihy. : So. Pr
... t w
It 111 .
It t It '
... It Ot
... It II '
lndon. Aug.. 18. American ' seeurltlea'
were quiet and the general tone ataadr.
Canadlaa Faclno aharea. However, .
Silver Bar. II 11-lld pe euneo. i ,
.. Honey 44 Ver cent. i 1
Dlaooant Hatea Short kills, IHDHk er
eanti tara, months, paf eent.
J : TurpMtlaa sad BoaSa Market. .
Vavannah, Oa, Anr. II. Turpentine.
Firm. 48e.l140! sales, 107 bblai recelpta
417; stock, 11.180.
Rosin Firm; aale, 1.11 bblai rsoelpts,
I, 1111 stock, lt,0M. Quotations: A, B,
II. ltl) C, D, S. tl.Ot; P, 8l.lt; O, .88l
H, I, K. 8.48 II, ll.ttl N, t.ili Wa.1t.1t;
WW, lf.lt. '
. - -: ' i
' ' . ,v Bank Clsaitan. : . ,:
" Omaha, AMg. II. Bank elearln,. (or
Omaha today were 14.671,108.71 and for the
correspond! of day last year 11,101,101.11,
io. .loo ... to io 17.. m.
15. .110 ... 0 00 10. .111
10, .SIS ... 0 70 7a..S30
70..11T ... 1 70 73.. 131
07,. 141 10 0 00 Tle.SiO
71.. l&O fl I OS 17., SIS
00..10T 40 10 OS , 18., 110
Sheep Sheep and lamb receipts were hot
mucB more than half as large as on fit her
k ine preceaing aaya or ine weeK. only
thirty two cars, or about 7, BOO (teed, being
reported In. The total for the three days
la a-,134. being T.voe smaller than last Week,
and but little more than half as large as a
Demand for lambs continued good, and
with much mora moderate receipts a sharp
advance was In order. Packers were a little
slow about giving sellers - their way, and
nothing aold during tho first couple of hours,
but when offerings finally began to novo It
was at prtoes thafr-were anywhere from 16c
to a quarter or more higher than' yester
day. The toir'reached ( 10.00,1 while more
than one hunch sold as high sis $10.10, with
In-between Wyoming on down to $10,60.
Th foots , of the. case sre that owing to
supply shortegS packers actually gtvo prices
that were 10 T0o .higher for some of to
day's offerings, but compared with the way
the best lambs sold they were out of Una.
Monday's decline Has been more than re
gained and prices are now strong to a dime
or more above last week's olose.
Last week when old wheep were -breaking
so sharply (ho declino could not be
seen from day to day, because bulk of the
'offerings was not selling. - N
Quite a.few feeders were hero again to
day and while -there wer fewer buy ore
here frem ths country tho actions of the
trade during tho forenoon Indicated that
offerings would soil readily enough at any
way steady prices. One bunch of lambs
had made $10.11 before midday.' A string
or gooa reeaing yearungo snowe a- in
advance, bringing $7.70 today. Toung breed
tng ewes of about ths same sort aa yes
terday's 11.00 stuff mads. Ml 00, but they
were sortea onomrn closer to' make up any
difference -In prtres: ,','
'Quotations , on sheep and lambs: : Lambs,
good to cholV i-?ftOlr0; lambs, fair
to good, 10.25fQ.T& lamba. feeders. 40.15
eiO.U; yearlings, good to choice, IT. 009
t.OOl yearlings, fair U gMd, M.60f'.0i
WISLVY f. AOKIHS
MSM HA NT,
C. C. ALLISON ,
l . susosaM ..
A L. SAKkn
v , HAMUrAOTUMBS
J. W. SBMOta .X
. PAaHBR. MUMMISBV
ALPMtO PHATT" '
CMA. H. HOWN
0 CAL BSTATS INVBSTMBHTO
w. J., sunosss
MAftnV V. lURKLIV '
W. H. BUSHMAN
ALBSfTT CAHN .
M AMur AeTU sea
' LUI8 S. OBITS
I. M. FAWFIgLO
. aSAl BSTATg INVBSTMBHTO
john m. ragHien
SEAL BSTATS INVBSTNBNTS
DM. ft. aiLMORS
1HVSIC1AN ANS) SUROBON
T. V. OOLDBH
CAPITALIST, O'NIILL .
' PBRDINAND HA ARM ANN
. J. HAN WHEN
MEB SI HUNKER
ATTORNEY, WIST POIIfT
8-, PRANK . JOHNSON
OMAHA PRINTtNO SO.
. O. J. KANBACH
HON. J. T. KEELEY
. . J. KELLY ,
PRANK . KINNARO
CAPITAL I ST
X HE RON ANT, rsaxriok
UO AATTA v
TANOH OWNfN, TBKAMAH
g. M. P. LgPLANO v
JOHN A. MOMRSACHER '
SOPH US P. NKBKg'
PRANK Ae NIMS
- simis niHIB. Clf
' J J. NOVAK
I ' BANKER, WILSBR "
J. A O'CONNOR -.
MERCHANT, N EM AON A OITT .
, HON. WATSON L PUNDV
LANS OWNKR. MASISON
STOCKMAN, PULLBBTON "
' CARL ROHDI
BBTiatS' r ARRIS. I
JOHN O. ROS1CKY
v irtTiiTsii, wmmrnvmr
W. H. SCHMOLLIR
THIOOORI H, RK ' N
' S . NANUPACTUVBR-'X
MAfjRY V RIM AN
PAUL P. SKINNBR
" MAMUPACTURBR ..
''A, Ps SMITH
N. A. SPIISSEROER
WILLIAM STORK ,
ROBERT . STREHLOW
V BONTRACTOR 7'
' OgOROI S. TYLER
A. J. VttRLINtS , - )
PRES. PAXTON S VIERLINO '
THBOOORg W DAMAN ."
STOCK S4JY BR. AURORA
. S. W1LLEY
MERCHANT. ORAM MLANR
M. M. WOLCOTT
M ENCHANT, CENTRAL CTTV
HON., OTTO 1UBLOW
Advocates of State PROHIBITION predict there will be
fewer criminals in the penitentiary and fewer- boys and girls
in industrial schools .and reformatories, in use the people of
Nebraska wipe out their Local Option, Hgh License Law and
adopt State PROHIBITION. t , '
Let us see what are the results In Kansas under 35 years of
State PROHIBITION, arid what the results are under 35
years of Local Option in Nebraska.
TKe Actual Result
SENTENCED INMATES OCTOBER 1, 1915:
L ' KANSAS NEBRASKA
Penitentiary i. . . , . . .
Boys' Industrial School. .... ; . . .1
Girls' Industrial School, ,
TTae foraaUI la a aaravlata Mat al Slats Paul mmi Carraeliaaal laarlratleei. la tka
rwa stales. Taa IUaa ara allleUl. Nebraska has Helormat.rr. Iaasalaa la
ke FWexa PrlMa ai astimaa la tke auu tel.L) (
The Cost to the Tiaxpayers
onpaaes M, M sad 1ft,
First Blenalal Report Sute
v Board ot Correauoos.
Firuree for Nebraska ara
v found on'paga 77, Biennial
Report Board of Commie.
'' sloaars of Sute lostitutiona
KANSAS, expenses of albve institu- &
tionsfor fiscal'year 1914 ....... ..$457,899.78 l
NEBRASKA, expenses of above insti-' i
tutions,for fiscal ye 1914.TTr.$279,418.80
The Alley Joint in Kansas
Warden J. K. Codding of tne Kansas 'penitentiary says that the
"LITTLE ALLEY JOINT" in the cities of Kansas makes criminals. ;
. - "After being -iff the penitentiary tor three years and nine months (the
1 average sentence served) the KANSAS BOY who has gone wrong walks
out of the institution under parole " Cleaned, disciplined, re. v
formed, be leaves the penitentiary walls behind him to return to his s
" " native? city the city 'that permitted him to become schooled in crime
.. . . . He Bnds that -his native city, the city, that spoiled
hint, hasn't reformed any.' IT HAS THE' SAME LITTLE ALLEY
JOINT, the same rendezvous yfhere some of the men and boys slip down
C after night t) play poker and shoot craps, He resists it for a
while', but the pull of the destructive Sght of his native city is too much
for him. He slips a little andeeps slipping, and some morning be wakes
ap after a debauch to nd he has broken his parole "
Saa OfHelslBaaaH af tka Kaaaaa CMsltaaa al Cksaltiaa aad Casvaattaaa
V . kald DaTaaaaas, IBIS, rata 43.) v .
. These, are the "conditions surrounding the men and' boys of Kan
sas. Is it any womler that the penal and, correctional institutions'
in Kansas contain two and a half times as many inmates as do sinv
ilar institutions in Nebraska? ,V v s,; , , v V- , -
The Nebraska Prosperity League V
, OPPOSED TO STATE PROHIBITION. IN FAVOR OF LOCAL OPTION, HIGH LICB3NSB
Pitaident, L. F. CROFOOT ' TTftmrtt, W. J. COAD Secrefaiy, J. B. HAYNES
Send for our literature. ' , . OMAHA," NEBRASKA
I IE H
l :8Sm - ' send to .Vulture. -: ; ' ? V OMAHA, lSEBRASKA U J
J.laB.IIIWIIWWiItt """''" ' ' "
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