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TUB KEKi OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUOfgT 10,
Brisk Cash Demand for Wheat
at Pricei Banging; Two to
Three Cent Higher,
COEN M ASSET IS STEOKO
Omaha, August It. Mil
Thar an llont m for eesn
wheat today at price ranglnt from to to lo
NU,'t hare wheat al up f th Jig
merk ! tho Huon, uf ot eholce wheal
Nj'Vtart M around NtOt,
nd noil ot U Wo. I hare rented from
11.40 to 11.41. ,
No. 4 hard wheat
the low prlco being 11.10 Mid tho top ll.
Tho corn market til also itront and ad
vanced from Ho to lo. J .... ,,
Hoot of tho oorn .old from Ite 1 .
only a few can of poorer grade olllng oo
low (Me price. .
Tellow corn .old Ho to lo aboro tho
white, and about lo above M-
Oata were In food demand at steady
price, and tho receipt. wer. rather
Tho better grade aold at Ho advance
and tho No, I whit, aold at jreaterday.
,rrtJi adranced lo and barley waa Quoted
"oLSSr. were: Wheat tfj"
to 1.11M0. bushels; corn, IIMOl bushels,
1 oete. IM.OOO bushels.
Liverpool clow: Wheat, .toady to Id
lower; corn, .teady to Mjd lower.
Primary wheat receipt, war. .'"0!
tmshe and shipment,
ale, aaln.t rec.lpu of t.ltl.tOO buar.el,,
j.i 171 AAA bushel, laet rear.
7r.m.'ry'"o;"r.c..pU wer. 1.H
and .hlpm.nt 111,000 buahele, again re
"elpa of 111,111 buehel., and shipment of
jio.ooo buehel. laat year.
Primary oat. receipt, wore t.HI.OOO
b0rr.rWad .hlpmenu 1..5I.000 bu.h.1.
w.i..t receloU of 1,110,001 bu.h.1., and
shipment of 411,000 bu.h.1. laat y.ar.
t. Ural I"
Theoe sale war. reported "'
....... it - , k.Hl wlntert 1 car. II.IIMj
I tare, 01.41: I cere, 01.411 cere. 11.41.
No. I hard winter: 1 car, 01.41: far.
11.41; II cara, 01.41141 40 0-1 cara, 01.41;
10 em 0140V.; 1 car, 11.40; 1 .'
No. I hard winter: 1 ear.. 01.40; 1 car,
1. ..... i nil, 1 oara. Il.lttti 0
! . lilt: 1 car. 01.01: I cara, OLIO;
i ... .,.., oara. 01.11 i 1 car, 11.11.
No. hard winter: I oar. 01.11; I cara,
01.00; I oar., "",1"H.!, S,.'"S
.h II Itt a oare. 01.04: 1 car, 01.01:
.... i st, i Mr. tl.10. Sample hard win
ter- J oar (oa mliod), 11.111 .1 car,
Ol il; 1 car, ,1.17, 1 car. tl.lt 0 caw
01.11. No. I .prlng: 1 oar. 0M4. No. I
u oar. 01.10. No. I mixed: H
oar. 01.00. No. 4 mUadl I oar, 0113
"' I'J'-. . lOVio. No. I
while: I cara, lOVko; car., too. No. 0
whlto: 1 car, 70a No. I Yellow! I oar., lie.
v. a .allow: 1 car. lotto. No. 0 yellow:
1 can, TOHol No. 0 mined: 1 car, lOVio; No.
1 mlied: 1 oar, OOo. No. 4 mliod: 1 car.
10c. No. raueo: I cara. I. j.o.
Oata Standard: I car.. 43c. Mo. 0 whit
I cara. 4 Jo: 0 care, 42t4o. No. 4 white: I
oare, 41c. Sample: I care, life.
Kyo No. 0: tear.ll.lt.
,1-1 w. i, i ... tie.
. Omaha C.h Prlcoa Wheat: No. I hard.
x iai II: No. hard. Ol.lli No. 4 hard.
t,'..ei ii. Ma 1 anrlna. 01.1101.41
No. . .p'rlnr. 01.IIO1.41: No. i durum. 01.17
... m. . 4..rm. li.lsal.lft. corn: no.
i ..hit, iiuaiovo: No. I white, lOO
....... M a hit. tsuatllUc: No. I white,
MtMIV.e; No. 0 white, 71071c: No. I yel
l.wVlltllt.c: No. 0 yellow, OOViOJIIc;
No. 4 yellow. I0OI0V.CI No. 0 yellow, ft lit)
tlo: No. 0 yellow. 7lt7Ujo; No. 1 rn ed.
tola 0190; No. a.mliu. ,.wvi:, . i
mlied, 7IH7lc: No. I ml.d. 77tl7lr;
No. I railed. 770777.0. Oate: No. I wh t.,
4I04IV.O! .tandard. 41H04lc; No, 0 white,
4lt4!Vio No. 4 while, 41V.041;. Barley:
Maltinl-. IO0IIC1 No. 1 . R";
No. I. 01.1401.10; No. 0. tl.M01.lt.
OMAHA ftTl'HES MARKET. '
Th wheat market wa. very bulileh and
bowed a bit tela over the cloalnl price,
of yeet.rday. The lateat report, from the
Canadian wheat dtatrlctl Ihow heavy loa.ee
from black ruat.
In ni dl.ulct. tho farmer, have cut
the rueted train and noa' It for feedlnt
purpoaea, but at preeent tho. coet of looor
la eo hlth that there 1. not enough train
to pay for the threohlnt.
Tho averate yield of tho entire province
. will probably not osoeed eleven or twelve
bu.h.la per acre, and the twenty-year aver
ate nineteen bu.h.1. to the acre.
Dry weather report, caueed a .lltht ad
vance In corn, September oloalnr o hither
and December about Vto up.
September and Hey oete cloard a fraction
hither and Dec.mb.r ruled about
Omahl oloalac prlcoa on tuturea for thla
Jaroef balk ronblerf. 1 1 II l ie i Vlrtlnla
barreled. IIIOfMli Wleoon.ln Marly Ohio,
II 04. II.
pnolirr -Alive, firm: fowl., 1 4 o l To j
NEW YORK STOCKS
Trading Ii Active, But Eettrict.
ed Generally to favorite
MERCANTILE MARINES LEAD
New Tork, Aut. 10. To the further do-
lay In the railway labor nefotletlon. .t
aW.hlntton waa attributed much of the
hesitation ana occasional reaction oc to
day', market. Tradlnt was very active.
however, but restricted more man recently
the better-known epecuiauve ravoriii,..
hlpplnt .hare., United Bute. Steel and
Readlnt forming a very larte percentaae
of the aeaalon'. buelneas.
liercantllo marlnea were atain ine leaq
e. with a new hlth record for tho pre
ferred on It. tain of 4ti point., to 1014,
part of which wa. forfeited later on cablee
from London Indlcatlnt future roitrlctlona
aralnet companlee under foreign control.
Marino common waa almost a. prominent
aa the preferred, rlelnt . to II Vk, very
near Ha maximum. ......
Atlantic, Oulf and West Indie, and United
Fruit wreoted l.ederehlp from the marlnea
In the final hour, the former attaining a
new high price on Its eitreroe euvente
of i, lo 71, while Fruit, In which deallnl.
attained unusual proportion., advanced
ateadlly to U. an overnlfht tain of 1
Unltea HUttoo nieei laiiea w,
recent dally performance of moununt to
hither level., at no time reachlnt yester
day's best arlce. and plainly denoting:
r.allslnt eale.. Shares of minor steel com
panlee were firm to strong, the conspicu
ous featurea belnt Colorado Fuel, Republic
Iron and Steel, Ureax wortnern
Virginia Coal. Iron and Coke. ., k.,
Mexicans were conspicuous at higher
levele during tho forenoon, Petroleum and
American Smelting featurmt that olaae, but
here also profit taking provsd effective.
oMtors and munition, moved irregmariy,
moetly lower. Kane were comir.......
active, Reading, St. Paul, and Rock Island
reflecting proure. .
Hlth priced speclaltte. were repMOonted
by Cuban-American Sugar, which roe. 1
1IU . '"!.! 'JIT " ta Tl 1.000
TOtftl iaVlM l tut aval -
vniiaa Butt" a,v.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipt! Light and
Trade ii Stronger on Good
Hindi Sheep Slow.
HOGS STRONGER TO LOWER
Official Monday ,,,
ifnciH Tui-adwy ...
ifnrl.l Thur..iay ..
Kstlmat. frlday ,,.
rive days this week.. 17,171 41.111 11.411
Heme days last week.. 10.111 11.014 74.1SI
Heme day. 1 week, agoll.401 12.440 47.022
Seme days I week. .toll. 411 40.421 11.177
Name day. I w.ek. agolS.0.1 11,211 40.102
Same day. last y.ar.. 20,711 44,711 101,411
The followlna lante enowa the average
prlcee of hogs at the Omaha live stock mar-
net ror tne last few days wltn comparison
Aug. ' l. lie, l II I II 1 71 I 14
Aug. I. 0 lev! I It e 0 41 1 II t II
Aug. I. I Hi I II I II e III 71
Aug. t. Illi 111 III III e 2
Aug. I. 0 HVk 0 41 t 71 I II I II t 04
Aug. I e I 10 T 01 I 17 7 II
Aug. f . II U 17 I II I II t 10 I II
Aug. I. I 401, e I It II T II 7 SI
Aug. I. I 4IU I II e II T 71 T 17
Aug. It t I4tl t II I It e f II I II
Aug 11 I liv t II I 02 I II e 7 ii
Aug. II. I II Vi t 71 I 71 7 II 0 14 7 11
Aug II I II I II 7 16 10.
Aug. 14 t II t It I II J 70 I II 1 II
Aug. II I 71 I 14 7 71 I 12 01
Aug. II I I0U I II e 7 77 I 14 7 17
Aug. 17 I II ti I 41 I 72 I 01 7 17
Aug. II I 17 I II T 71 7 17
.. tit I24.fll0.000.
were unchanged on call.
Sales. High. WW. close.
, I. 100
Am. Bm.lt. JUf..lM00 io 2 -v
M00 1.3 132 133
Am. Bert Sufar..
Am. Car ft rounarj
Am. Huafar Rt
Am, Tl. Tet
a. 9. f. A H.
A J.A. rnnn.. . .It. 00ft
Atchison ........... !;"'
Baltimore aV Ohio... J00 I'H
Brook. Rap. rran... ; "3
n & 8. Copper..... 1,200 17 Vi
Cal. Petroleum...... "
Canadian Paclno... 400 17JH 171
Central Leather..... 1,400. 17 tt
Che.ap.ak. Ohio. 100 I1H .11
r. id. ay Bt. r..., . .L"
rhl A Northwe.t.rn 100 127 1?!
II 3 II
41 41 i
17 rl 1V
111 II If
Sept lilt -17
I 11 lit
1 II 111!
1 41 141
Close. I TcT
rhlcaao elo.lna mice, furnlehed The Bee
by Logan 4 Bryan, iilock and raln broker.,
C, R. I. P. By.. .??
Chlno Copper J.000
Colo. Fuel A Iron... 01,100
Corn Producta Ref.. OJt
Crucible Steel 1J.10J
Dl.llller'a Soourltla.g l.iot
Qeneral Blectrlc... l.Ott !?
Ot. Northern pd... l.m 1
Qt. Nor. Ore ctfs.,,. t,IOt
Inter. Con. Corp.... Wt
Ineplratlon Copper.. 1,100
M'-M-'pid'fV.-.-ioriot 101 ' II 107
M. K- kk '.u s &
MltlglOUri I-ttVIIIVs tie - 'V ..a.
National Lead. "t J
Sew yVkTenV" i "2 'S.'S
N. T., w. n. it . i
Norfolk & Western
Pac. Tel. Tel...
Ray. Con. Copper.
s.n Iron h Steel.
Hh.i. Arlsona Cop.,
Union i-aciuo. . . ...
union re."" ..Jlieiaei 111
I 'sTe'el? T tSlM 12V. It
t sB'..i 1 pid::.:. i..
Utah copper..... J.j j.
Waba.h pfd. B . . . J0J 17
:"!.,Hn lilt I 5 M
Total aai" iJ
PEW YORK, OKNKRAL MARK IT.
Quotation! of lha Day m tha I-wUiig Com-
w- Tfti-k. Auk. Plour Firm; prwi
n.i.ntot. I7.l00l.ao Winir p.lu, ..-vw
r - anaaifiiTan
V-Vtiinftt -iron.: No. 1 durum,
in ii. hj t kai-cV ai.Bita : 10. a i"
Du'luth.' 11.111 No. 1, Manitoba, 01.15,
f. o. b., New York.
Corn spot, strong: o.
Oita-Spot, tl'rmeri No. I white, 01Olc,
Bay Firm: prime. 11.101 No. 1. tl.ll,
No. I. ll.10Ol.lli tl,i enipn'ua.
Open. I High. Low. Close, j TeaT
141- 1 14 141 1 40 111
I 4i 1 41 141 I 47 141
14l-4) 1 tl 147 1 II 14t
14-11 tl II 14 IS
71H- 71 71V4 7IH 71
T4-7t tl 71 IS 71
I4-7I tl 14 11 II
41- 44 41 44 41
41- 47 41 47 41
41- 10 41 10 41
II II II It It tt II It II It
It II II II 21 IS II It 2t 17
01 10 II It 10 10 II II 21 II
II tt II If II It II It It 41
II It II 11 IS 47 II 11 II II
II It II IT II It II It II II
14 IT It 40 II tt II 41 14 10
I II tt II II It It 14 10 II 10
- CHICAOO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
On" BalUak Reperte, Wheal Make, a Sharp
Chicago. Aug. IIS-The wheat market
want booming upward again today, fol.
lowing the lead ot Winnipeg, which. Ilka
thla market, wa. affeoted by renewed pes.
. almlam of Canadian crop reports, a. made
by enporta of private aouaee. A rumor
falned ourroncy that the Canadian tovern
ment would commandeer the crop, but this
waa denied at Winnipeg. The top prices
today hero were up to and the oloae wss
OVjo to mo over yesterday. Cora advanced
1 tin to tc In sympathy with wheat and
re porta of further hot weather. Bulllah orop
advice, helped oat., which jumped lo 'to
Ilia. Provision! closed Ita to too over
There waa nothing atartllngry new In the
report, af damage to the Canadian oropa,
but the confirmation of tho gloomy out.
look apparently added Influential converta
to tne Dull position ana me resuu was
fair, broad market which absorbed heavy
liroflt-taklng aales almoat without a quiver
. nntll Rear tne oioee, wnen a cent wae oon
ceded from the top. Caah premiums ad.
vaneed to the highest of the seaaon, with
. a good export demand and light offerlnga.
Franco added to the- bull enthusiasm, ad
- vice, on the crop ot that eountry placing
i el loo.ooo.lll buaahela andar normal.
Tho corn' crop, which waa blletered for
aeveral week, under a aeorchlng aun, waa
aald to be Buffering from another hot wave.
Kaaoa. reports as to tha crop outlook for
that state war pea.lml.tlc Caah prlcoa
- .ivinui uc. and o. l yeiiow aoia
ilk,, tho hlthest prion on record. Tho
- u. hi uiw. and atrona.
Oata livened up la sympathy with other
' arralna and oa a private oetlmate lowering
the crop by 41. 010.001 buah.l. .Inc. Auguet 1.
Spot price, were higher, with export bid.
...... m hj markeL
.' In provlelona a large bustnoeo wag said
10 have keen dona lit Urd lor export,
market ahowed unwonted volume
1 s-..h 04MaWheatt No. I red. 11.41
ii. Nn a red. 11.4001.411 No. t hard,
11 4401.11: No. I hard. 11.4101.41.
, K' t vellow. 110110! Ho.
..new. lie: No. t white, 170. Oats: No.
I -,ki.. nuaillain: atandard. 44014
Kva: No. I. U.lttt.lt. Seeds: Timothy.
.. ' . ,. ...... steneria.lo. Barley, lit
tl It. ProvUlona: Park, tlt.ltl lard, tll.71
an tnaii TB
e-irir,n' rocelpta. t.tlt oasess flrata.
t4tlc ordinary firsts. lltTItci at mark,
eawia laoftvtMl, 110:4c.
Chelae Steady, unchanged. '
Votatoea Hither: raooiptt, 10
"....:... - I
100 o II m
100 110 180 120
4,100 111 111 111
" 17 1 15
1.000 II II 16
I 100 II 14 S
. .17 100 104 1M IIS
..11.000 II 10 '1
1,700 II II '
0,100 III 110 120
1,100 II 21 14
00 114 114 HI
0,100 140 111 1JJ
Omaha, Attaint II, 1111.
! Maana at fuiir aiaany itnra. m
at th Mlltiri wf, howavof, tncllMA !
b ft Httia Imlllih anil rfwatwl lo tak auartr
ar(ffa lilwut ftrat trytrtf out tha mar hat
tnitttad f ralilnff Mta, thouah. panltara
If.worad iha.ni and hmi that aiil iftar tha
first or afoni1 rountii wtra mainly a ftlekti
bvlow yoatartlair a avaraaa.
Tha tvaaai-Ht tima ar ina ar r-mi m
tha rtoov, whir, paraora tMutrht nm aa
much aa ttflOn Inwur than yttirdar'" avar
aaa. A numbar of foA hga aold that way,
aa wall aa aavoral buncha ef roufh hy
paokara, on which aallara wara unabla to
i-t ajvun Mdi aarly. Uonaral markat waa
prattr clwa to a n.c.iai lowar, a iprno
of If.ioot.lt boufht moot or tna hni,
whlla on lata rounda aoma of tha rouih
hiavlaa landad balow that. A iprlnkltnf
of ahlppan landtxl aa hiah aa 110.09, but
ahoy that thy ware mlfhtr acattarlnf.
Tha top waa 110.15.
41. .300 10 It 09 14. .Sit
63. .184 ... t 67 V4 f.,3fl3
Cattla Racetsta of catttla thla morninr
wari vary light aa usual on Friday, only 700
haad bains reported In. However, receipt!
for tha weak have been vary large, the
total for five days amounting to 27,171 hiad,
ina largest ror a rood many weeks back
and larger than a year ago by 700 head.
wun only 700 head on Bate this mom-
(ng there waa -not much room for any
great activity In tha trade, but atlll the
pacaera seemed to want desirable .beef
ateers, with the raault that tha meager
offerlnga were soon cleaned up at prices
that were If anything a little stronger than
yesterday. Cows and heifers commanded
ateady prices, whlla atockera and feeders
were a little slow as la to be expected
near tha close of tha week.
UUOtaMons on cattle! anod to nhnlnm
beeves, l.7610.!6; fair to good baavea,
II.OOOI.76; common to fair beeves. 17.760
COOd to choice vearllnaa. II 76410 40:
fair to good yearlings, 9.00t.7t; common
w iair yeaninge.. B.;6pi.oo: e-ooa to choice
grass beeves, 7.75l.25; fair to good grass
Daevea, 17.aet357.7-; common to fair graas
beeves, $1.4007.25; good to choice net fere,
tC.7tt97.lO, good to choice cows, 8.B097.2&,
fair to good oowi, 16.0096.60; common to
fair cows, 14.0096.00; good to choice feed
ere, I7.BO08.4O; fair to good feeders, ffl-10
V7.ig; common to fair fenders. I0.dodb.hu;
good to choice stockera, $7.4091.00; stock
heifers. 16.76 6. 7fi: stock cows. I6.60.S0;
stock calves, 16.6091.25; veal calves, 18.269
ztt; beer bulla, stags, etc.. iQ.ooap'-iio;
Bologna bulls. (6.765,U.
No. A v. Pr. No.' A v. Pr.
8 .' 132 46 60 & 102 16 60
18 1008 6 60 4 180 76
24 1087 7 10 1
4 682 6 16 4 117 26
1 700 3B t0 (31 t 60
1 160 T 00 1 670 7 H
tt 222 I 00
STEERS AND HEIFKKH.
..,.861 6 60
STOCK ERS AND FEEDERS.
... 640 t 60 11 864 t 6fi
.... 653 I 71 t 714 86
... 667 t 00 It 623 7 00
.... 630 7 10 ' 4 1162 7 26
W. E. Mllea South Dakota.
I4st. atrs.,1022 7 60 II bf. strs..U42 17 40
w. w. wa kiinc -NebrasKa.
7 at. atra.. 621 6 60 11 at. stra.. 040 86
Ho Hi The smallest hog run of the week
to date waa on hand this morning, arrivals
bnltitr etlmated at ninety-nine cars, or 6,700
heart. For tne ween 10 aaxe euppuee amouni
41,600 head, being1 almost e.uvv larger
than a. week aao. but lfl.600 smaller man
two weeks ago, and 3.000 short of tha cor-
ramnfinrllnar dava last year.
Tha market woraea on a snaing oaeia inn
morning, opening atrong to a tittle higher
mi riogiln alow and sharolY lower. Ship'
pars did not buy so great a proportion of the
nrfarlnara aa on nrev.oua UaVS of the week,
but paid strong to 6c higher prices for
what hogs they wanted. They gave as
high aa 110.36 for best lights and -butchers,
establishing a new summer record aa well
aa beating the beat previous price of the
year by a nickel.
The packer and of tha market opened
... t 81
80 I 6
... 10 Ot
... 10 JS
... 10 It
IT. . 38
110 M It
... t 70
to 10 00
... 10 10
... 10 to
No. Av. Sh. Pr.
MMn----AII other markata ware moder
ately supplied, and wired prospects for at
least steady prices, but local packer buyers
had ft broad aupply from which to make
their selection, and during tha early part
of tha forenoon at laaat were very Indif
ferent. Early packer talk all had a bear
ish tone, but up to ft rather lata hour no
one aeemed to know how much of a reduc
tion they were after, as row bias baa been
Another factor that made for slowness
waa the fact that quality lacked; a whole
lot of being aa good aa yesterday. It waa
almost noon when traders finally got down
to business, and even then tha movement
waa draggy. only about a half of tha offer
ings being cleaned up by midday. What
forenoon aalea were made Included strings
at 110. 709 10.76, and a couple of loads aa
high oa fio.io. ee tier ronsmerea mat
110.90 waa quotable on good lambs, and
some were still trying to get 11.00 a' a
Quite a few old sneep were Here, but
aside from a few feeding awes at 16,10 none
had been aold at lunch time. Feeders, too.
were In good supply, but tney also wure
slow, dragglnasa In the fat lamb trade mak
ing It late before feeder buyera could get
action on tne culls.
680 Idaho Iambs
31 native lamba
21 native lamba
7 cull lamba
12t native lamba
Ill Idaho lamba
610 Idaho ewea ,
. 6fi 10 20
. 47 60
.66 I 60
.44 T 60
. 82 7 00
.119 t 80
..107 I 10
at.wa end h-lftrs, 4l4f4ii aalvag, IT, I
Hnas fttMeliiie. ' 1-100 h1i market
Lair, top, 119. llj bulk of aalea, IO.oo
Nheea and l4mba---lteeetpts, 100 hMdi
m.r,.t ettadyj lamaa, tlt.6O9il.OOj ewea.
Ht Leale Mve Stark Market. j
St. Leull, Aug. II Catlle Reoelptg,
1,110, market strong; native bf staera,
17. 00910, 7li yearling steers and helfare,
11 60910.10; trows, tt.t097.76; atorkere
and feeders, 5 IOffl.00; Texaa ateers, 16.6a
91.11 prime southern steers, l,009"o;
cows and helfera, l4.t9l 00; prima year
ling steers and helfera, 17.609000; na
tive calves, 16,00911,78.
Hoga Receipts, 1,000 head; market high
er; pigs and lights, 17. 60910.00; mixed
and butchers, I10.96910.it; gnoa neavy,
liO.61910.76; bulk of sales, 110.36910.70.
Sheep and Umbi Receipts, l.ouu neaa;
market steady; lambs, 17.00910.05; slaugh
ter ewea, 16 0097 26; bleating ewea, (1.009
10.00; yearlings, 86.0091. 60.
Chicago Live Stack Markat.
Chicago, Aug. 18. Cattle Receipts, 2.OO0
head ; market steady ; native beef cattla,
17.10911.10; western steers, 16.6698. 00:
western ateers, 16.66 8.10 ; stockera and
feeders, 16.0097.00; cowa and helfera, 13.70
9 1. GO; calves, 11.26912.71.
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; markat
steady; average tc higher; good cloeed
strong; bulk of ealea, 11016910.70; light.
119.169 lo.io; mixea, tj.s6(ffio.Bfl; neavy
8t.66910lT.80; rough, lt.6691-86; plga, 10.26
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
market steady to ahade higher; wethers,
18. (098. 00; ewes, 13.40 97.60; lamba, 17.26
Kansas City live Stock Market.
Kansas City, Aug. 18. Cattle Receipts.
1,000 head; market steady; prime fed ateers,
18.609 10.76; dressed beef ateers, 18.009
tft.60; western steers, 17.009MO; atockers
and feeders, 16.0091.26; bulls, 16.266.60;
Hogs Receipts, 2,600 head ; market
steady; bulk of aalea, 10.0010.35; heavy,
!f.76910.16; packers and butchers, 10.95
10.40; light, 110.00910.40; pigs, 18.009
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3,700 head;
market higher; lambs, 110.26911.26; year
lings, 17.7698-26; wethers, 17.2697.76;
10, IT (.9I 01 etm
HiVO) ne, 1, n 1
lend. IT Oftj Ha.
Nn I. Iieiflti oa
Alfilfa hilc, 11100; No, 1,
11.11 tandarti, H toff 1ft
New Tork, Aug. II Tha mar
coffee futures waa comparatively i
day and flurtuallona were c-rreapt
narrow. After opening unchnnged
point inwer, prices shnwod ft tend
ease off, however, owing to the
of any Important support, and
contracts aold down from t.Mc t
while March eased off from I I0o t
Reporle that Mreill waa a llt.'le tr in
c lined ta sell aeemed to promnl ion f.'11
taring liquidation and there alec mi
been ft little trading on the iiecu
though no lower offers were reported
ooat and freight market. The market -at
an ed venae of one point on Augi 1
generally three to four points lowei
were 31,000 bags. August and Hep
St. Joseph- Live Stock Market.
Bt. Joaeoh. Aug. 18. Cattle Receipts. 100
head; market steady; ateera, 17.00910.60;
Dry Goods Marks.
New Tork, Aug. 18. The cotton goods
market cotnlnued active and firm today.
Denims were called for In a large way by
cutters and jobbers. One tine of ticking
waa advanced "4 cent a yard. Wool was
more actlvu. Cotton goods were higher.
Omaha Hay Market.
Omaha, Aug. 18. Hay Choice upland.
110.60; No. 1, tt.60910.00; No. 2, 38.009
t.00; No. 1, 16.0098.00; No. 1, midland.
Bei am be
A T TI51 - 1 ft a aasa etV.
10 ueuea Agamsi
. Various Milkmeif
l.lla; October, 1. 17a; November. l.elc;
December, 1.71c l January, l.7ci Fe reary.
I. lie; March, a. lie: April. 1.10c May,
1,14c: June, I. tic; July, I.OIe.
BPOl, I1U1I, mo .e, Wfia, oeiivu ... .vu.
The lowest oftera of Hantoe 4.1 r ort.il
In the cost and freight market a re at
10.70c, London credltg.
hTe official cablee reported an 1 Ivance
of 71 reta at Rjo. whjle Bantoa s,,o; . were
unchanged and futures unchanged to 21
rele higher. Rio exchange on urn a waa
1 l-14d lower.
"Sample, o! itiillt Itktn from war
on, of a few .soui)i Side tttxUrs tettei,
as low at 2 p r ent butter ft. at
againit the 111?"' iniriivimii of i.2 per
cent," ttated Dairy ard Milk IntjeC"
tor Bosiie, h lit) pi'ttentcrl tilt city
have prosecutor iiifcri>ion aguimt tlx
Some of tlic Omalin samplM trittd
as low as 2.2 per rent and others us
low as 2.4 rwr cent butter fat. This
notwithstanding the recent raise in
price of milk. '
There are lixty complaint in the
batch. Warranto will be forthcoming
as soon at the prosecutor can draw
up the complaints.
New Tork, Aug. II. Lead Strong, .1.669
1.76. Spelter firm: spot Ea.t St. Lo Is de
livery, 11.6001.76. Copper, firm; eloci oiytic
!28.!6e27.00. Iron, steady and unc tnged.
Mela exchange quotes tin steady spot,
31. 26031. 76.
At London: Spot copper, fill; 1 itueps,
1110; electrolytic, 128. Spot tin, I: It 6s;
futures, 170 6s. Lead, 10; apelter, i ,.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Havannah, Oa., Aug. 11. Turn ntjne.
fjrm, 43c; sale, 111 bbls.; receipt?, 416
hbl..; shipments, 224 bbla.: stock, 17.106
Rosin firm, sales, 1,391 bbl.; r jelpts.
1.914 bbl. ; shlpments, 404 bbls.; stock,
69,934. Quote: A, B. 1.690; O, D, 15 .'6; E,
16.00: V, 6.26; (1. 16.30: H, I, K. M, fi.ti;
N, 16.66; WO, 16.76; WW, 16.85.
New Tork, Aug. II Cotton 'uures
opened steady; Aug. 14.160 bid; O itober,
14.86c; December. 14.56c: January, .4.63c;
March, 14.76c: May, 14.88c.
Spot cotton, steady; middling u. lands,
14.40c. Sales, 1,006 bales.
, Liverpool, Aug. 18. Cotton Spot,
strong; good middling, t.02; middling. !.! ';
low middling, 170. Sales, 5.000 biles. a
Omaha. Aug. 18. Bank o)earln, for
Omaha today were 13 178,742.16 and i ,f the
corresponding day laei year ...in.o.
BTJ8IXKS8 A8 8Et:N 11Y DCX.
Gain. Mad During tha Week Is Many el
New Tork. tut:. II. Dan'g review te
morrow will say:
"It Is still nolu-vorthy that etlitlng un
certalntlea have !arrely a discernible In
fluence on the course of luglttmute business,
which, with few exceptions, reflects sul
talned activity, ant In some ot Ita more tr.v
portant branch, shows further augumenta
tlon. Distinct glt,e appear lh steel and
Iron and In copper, as well as In dry goods,
and It Is significant uf conditions In widely
divergent tikea and sections that producere
arr either M an n position or are aiun-
Most of the works are acid ahead aa fa
aupiilles arid caps or raw nnwrmw, w,,o
It become. Im-reaainaly difficult to se
cure an adscsuhte number of competent
hands, and hi liorat lnatance. output, fall
short of reo.ulreir-.enli.
"Tho prevailing h.gh prlcr. and tha In
ability of many manulactureta to give defi
nite awuranoes of prompt deliveries, com
bine to deter buyiiw considerably, but In
most cuwa forward oominltments continue
notably large and are ar"""r br "
almost entire abaence of spemilatlvo i ten
dencies. Weekly bank olearlnga, tl.ttl,-246,840"
MAHA'S FUN CENTER."
it&rttAxFllX M,u- '2B 80
TSfAMVr Il Even',.. 1S-2S-S0-7SC
LAST TIMES TODAY, 2:30 S 1:30
BRAND TUC TftllDIT MUSICAL
NEW vnniw.w BURLESQUE
Ladles' Dims Matinee Week Days.
Sam Howe's New Show
I .... tea Krttr.
Hop ii7. cu""""" r
111! lOaKITC: ,I
Mil. lOttiac; 1114. 'to.
Hldee Firm; BOgoia. ..nv.n
Loather firm; naniiooa nmm,
ou., ... . . ......
Provisions rora, airona: '", -w
i.mllv. S9fl.OOB10.00 snon Clear,
l!ooI8.00. Beef, firm; mess. 111.00
s.60: rami r. .v..vwi..v. wv, .......
-.tAAi wall. 114.001914. IB.
Tellow Firm: city. Tc; nominal, wu...
... nflii l.lfl. enectel. 10.
Butter Firm: reoelpta, I, III: creamery
extras, 11143tHo: firsts, I9H0310; sec
Kggs cueauyi reoeipie, i.,io. vw,
Cheese Firm: receipts, e,.uv imvnaa,
Poultry Live, weoni oroii.rs, .ie.
fowls. lOHOliWo; turkeys, l,Dlso;
dressed, firm; unchanged.
Kansas City Oawaral Market.
Kansas City. Aug. tl Wheat No. I hard,
11.401,1.47; No. I red, 11.194,1.41; nep-
tember, II II t) 1.11 It 1 Deoemner, ii.iihi
Corn No? t mixed. Illlc; No. i
white, tic; No. I yellow. 160; September.
114t)llo; December, ,71c; May, 76 let,
7lo. . ...
Oata No. I wmia, itv.BOi no. a ..,
Butter Creamery, tlos firsts, lie; sec
ond., 16c; peeking, 140.
Eggs Firsts. i.u. ,,i..
Poultry Hene. 1IH; roosters, lOVjci
Mtnnanpolto Grata Market.
Minneapolis, Aug. II. Wheat septem.
bar, tl.ioei.totii December,
r..hi No. 1 hard. 11.6111: ,
01.64H4IL07HI No. I nonnern,
Flour uncnangeo. tiv.vu.
Bran 111.264, J1.00.
Corn No. I yollow, Mtrioo.
OeU No. 0 white. llHOIOttP.
Flax Bead 02.164,1.10.
That Dainty, Charming
GORDON AND RERINI
POWDER AND CAPMAN
Novelty Wi Artists
Photoplay! Crana Wilbur, "For
Har Good Nnrna,"
No, 1 northern.
IswflWa StMli Market.
London. Aug. II. United State. Iteel la
sues were the best feature In the American
denertment of the atock market, ana
number or traneecitone were mm, a. nun.,
quotation Otharwlaa this section was dull
Silver Bar, 11 a-is a per ounos.
Unnev 4i per Cent.
Discount Rates 8hort Mia, Itkttiti par
oanti three months, tl tr cent.
Liverpool Grain Market.
T.tvenieel. Aug. It. Wheat Spot. N
Manitoba, lie 10d Na. , red western win
ter. 13s Id.
Corn Spot. American, mixed, new, 10s
Is Fined for Speeding .
- His Truck on Boulevard
Louio Udine. a truck driver (or the
Central market, accuoed of speeding
a truck on Florence boulevard at the
rate of thirty-five milea an hour, wat
fined $2.50 by Judge totter.
Louit Lustro, 14J0 North Tenth
atreet. alto driving truck on boule-
lvard, wat discharged with warning.
Denial Frohman Prossnts
MARGUERITE CLARK 7
In a Fanciful Romanttc Photoplay
"l.lTTLE LADY EILEEN."
mm 1 1 C ET tl Parformaneaa
III U W t Daily 1-3-7-9.
"Th. Strength el Donald McKanit."
Ta. Bgp ta
Various, Riding Devices and
Many Other Attractions.
Orcheatral Concert, anal Motion
Pinturw Evary Evening Frtra.
De Luxe Dancing School
OPEN AUGUST SI.
Assembly Monday Evening.
Claae Waelneoelay Evanlnga.
Inhumation, Apply Ml.. Malay,
Great Opening August 14.
OMAHA VS. ST. JOSEPH
Twn Ganea Saturday and Sunday
Fl. Called at a P. M.
MONDAY. AUGUST 11 LADIES' DAY
Friday and Monaay'a Games Called at Sill
BOX SEATS AT B AHKALO W BROS.
"TELEPHONE 1614 DOUGLAS
Store Closes Saturday
Night at 6.
Please Shop Early.
The Last Days
offer so many and such remark
able economies that you simply
cannot afford to miss them. The
opportunities to freshen up the
wardrobe for the balance of the
summer and even for wear until
well into the fall are manifold. N
THIS SATURDAY the store
will offer scores of items at
prices that will mean great sav
ings for you PLEASE RE
MEMBER THAT WE CLOSE
AT 6 o'clock on Saturday night,
and DO YOUR SHOPPING
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS.
Stort CltsMa p. m. Saturday.
PImm Shop a&tu-ly.
Union Suits and
for Women -
Women's Swiss Ribbed
Union Suits, well-known
brand. Crocheted tops, cuff
knee styles. Regular and
extra sizes. Worth OC
$1.50, at Out
Women's Fine Ribbed Cot
ton Vests, regular and extra
1 Reflections J Cli
The Frocks for Autumn Have a New Silhouette!
IT IS THE "up and down' line, the "youth-retain-ine"
silhouette, as one Paris couturier puts it Straight,
' from shoulder to hem; a line with a studied simplicity;
with a beauty that adheres to the first principle of youth
PLAITINGS there may be, and there are; shirrings
there may be, and these, too, there are; but no bouf fancy
rather, a fullness like unpretentious luxury.
SERGE, the fabric without a substitute; and satin
swathing, clinging, glistening satin that adapts itself
ideally to the silhouette; these -are the materials with
" which Autumn fashion has chosen to manipulate.
AS TP) COLORS, since there is serge there is nat
urally navy blue black there is, too, in the serges-smart,
as black always is. In the satin, violet and combinations
of blue and black.
THE MOST fastidious woman will find a charming
model among these, priced as little as
$19.75 $25.00 $39.75
There Are Creations at $35 to $52.50
Suits Are Three-Quarter Length.
in straight-line skirts some fur trimmed; some trimmed
with braids and buttons; some show the military effect.
Large collars are in evidence. Altogetner, wis season is
betrinnine to show more of conservatism ana gooa lines
than we nave ever seen, rriceo irum
Store Closes Saturday
Night at 6.
Please Shop Early.
of School Dresses
For Gil h
SERGES LEAD THE
WAY Challies are also
good. Trimmed with
braids, buttons, etc. Blue,
browns and all desirable
colors. Some made coat
Prices run from $5.00 to
A showing: of Taffeta
Dresses, in Btripes, plaids
and two-tone effects.
Star Closes S p, m. S.rurday.
Pleaas Shop Early.
Women's Pure Silk Hose, In
white only. Silk to the top
double soles, heels and toes.
Regular $1.50 and $1.75 val
ues, for $1.15
Woman's Fiber Silk Hetn
With garter tops, double soles,
heels and toes. All shades, a
Woman'a Silk Boot Hose
Lisle tops, double soles, rein
forced heels and toes; all col
ors; Saturday, pair 504
Children's Fancy Socka In
white with colored stripe tops.
25c values 154
Store Claaea S . sa. Saturna?.
Pleaae Shop Early
Stars Cloaea S p. m. Saturday.
Plaaea Shop Early.
Store Cloaaa S p. ra. Saturday.
Pleae Shop Eerly.
Stern Close S p. m. Saturday.
Pleas Shop Early.
Less Than Half
100 Fancy Electric Parlor Lamps, with
16-inch leaded-shades; some with ma
hogany and others with metal bases.
Values to $25.00,
Values to $15.00,
Star Closs S p. ra. Saturday.
Please Shop Early.
Newest Georgette Blouses
JUST A NOT? OR SO from the Blouse Department New Georg
ette Crepe Blouses are arriving 7 frilu
cinating than its predecessor. iru.
and beads prices 15.98 to $10.00.
1a rKI., Blouses, in flesh, white and navy, trimmea wn
tucksTnd two-Sone collarslong sleeves, low necK, ana
Boys' Pants-Best Values
In Many a Day
Hundreds of Splendid Odd Suit
Knickerbockers, together with a
big special lot bought 'some time
ago ior this one big evtnt. Get
your entire season's 4 p
supply Saturday, 1 1 0 C
W anSP -P-
Light, medium or heavy
Many worth double.
Many of them are fully lined.
weight. All neat patterr. effects. Ages 4 to 16 years.
BOYS' B .OUSE WAISTS
Splendid sale offering. A big lo ; of sample blouses, combined with our
regular numbers. Many worth 5e to $1.00; none worth less than 60c.
Plain colprs in white, blue and black; various colored stripe effects in
light or dark grounds. Chambr.iys, madras, percales and sois- OQj.
ettes. Ages 6 to 16 years. Very special Saturday OivC
A Neckti i Sale for Boys
Silk Windsors, Four-in-Hands o- Sport Ties Large assortment OP
of briirht new oatterns. 36c to Etc qualities; very special gti7C
Boys' Wash Four-in-Hand Tie- -Very special for Saturday,
Tl ird Floor.
Star Clowe l a m. Saturday.
Pleae Shop Early.
Star Cloaaa S p. in. Saturday.
Pie... Shop Early.
Star Clo.es S p. m. Saturday.
Pleaee Shop Early.
New Arrivals .
Just received a new line
of real Morocco ana &eai
Leather Bags. Latest strap
purses and Tokio shades,
silk lined and very clever
looking. Very spe-CI QQ
.Mai Saturday at- ww
"Store tlo.ee J p. na.
Naboth Grape Juice
On Sale Saturday
On. or tho Moat HmltWful and
Satiifyinf Oumnwr na,
Roomier 25c sixe.v 14c
Regular 60e aiie.......
Regular 1.00 sise......
Drugs and Toilet Articles
At very low r rices
Java Rice Face Powder, tie mi,
for .. 24
Jap Ros Talcum Powdor, the can,
Williama' SKnyinf Stick, 26c size,
Cillntto Safety Rar Bind,
11.00 package 75
Cucnmbor Cold Cram, 60c size
jar for 28'
Pond'a Vanishing Cream, 50c size
M. lu'boU'a Face Powder, 60c
size for ,.29
La Black Face Powder, 60c
sise box 33
Dior-Kins Faco Powder, 1 1.00 sise
Mtleroe Beauty Cream, 50c size
A Bit Um W Pnhumt mtf reiki Wafer tl Cat Print.
Bromo Saltier, 60c size bo,ttle or
only a: I
Mentbolatum, 50c size bottle
Flatchr'. Castoria, 35c size bottle
Palmolire Soap, 10c cake tV
Kirk's Jap Rose Soap, 10c C ke
for .. 'tt
Saymna'a VegeUble Soap, 0c
cake for i
Junnile Soap, 10c cake 3
Rubber Sheeting, 36 inches w dp,
Ltutrite Noil Polish, 26c size J (
Caacarets, 26c size box 1 rtf
Phanolas Waf.r. 30 in bot.jU;
Packer'a Tar Soap, 25c size 'take
for .. ..: J...12
Manicnre File, worth 26c, at tr
' Afoot float
Stor Close S p. m. Saturday.
Pleaae Shop Early.
In spite of the advanced cost of
wall paper, we quote two interest
ing items for Saturday.
A Large Selection of Good Qual
ity Papers All colors with bor
ders to match. Suitable for bed
rooms and spare rooms. Worth
6c and 6c; per roll 3
Plain Dome. tie Oatmeal Papers
For dining and living rooms and
halls. Tan, brown, blue and green
with cut-out borders to match;
regular 15c values; Saturday,
Star Cloee lis. Saturday,
x Please Shop Early.
are going to be worn again This
fall. We have a special lot for
Saturday at only SI. 23
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