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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1916,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Cash Wheat Is Trifle Easier
end Sells Half to Cent
and a Half Lower.
KOT MANY EARLY SALES
Omasa. Auiruat !. 1111.
Tha eaan wheat market waa a trifle aaalar
today and aold from Ho to me lcwar.
Tha eaan demand wu excellent, but thare
erers not many early aalea reported on ac
count of tha weakneaa of tha market To
ward tha eloae, however, the tradera Beamed
mora erpllnf to let to of their aamptaa,
rather thin hold them for tomorrowe
No. I hard wheat aold around II. 4 and
tl.UH, the three hard averaged from II. tb
to tl.llto and the four hard ranted from
l.K to tl.tlti, with the bulk eelllnc from
1.11 to fi.lt.
Tha corn market waa quoted from un
changed to le lower, tha bulk of the eam
plea eelllng- on the decline, the better gradea
of white corn Belling unchanged.
Oata were la good demand, at prices rang
ing from Ho to Ho lower. i-
Tha bulk of receipts graded No. I white
and aold around 43t?4tHe.
Standard oata aold at 42e and No. I white
brought 41 Ho.
Bra and barler wera quoted nominally
So to to lower.
Clearanrea were! Wheatland flour equal
to l.lll 000 buahela: corn, 1,100 buahola;
ate. tst.aoot buahela.
Liverpool eloae: Wheat, Id to Id higher;
corn, Hd to Id lower.
Primary wheat recelpta ware 1.109,000 bu.
and ahlpmenta 1,111,000 bu., agalnat recelpta
of 1.141,000 bu. and ahlpmenta of 1,171.000
bo. laat year.
Primary corn recelpta ware 111,000 bu.
and ahlpmenta 171 000 bu.. agalnet recelpta
f 114,000 bu. and ahlpmenta of 1(1,000 bu.
Primary oata recelpta ware 1.451,000 bu.
and ahlpmenta 110,000 bu., agalnet recelpta
of 1,400.000 ha. and ahlpmenta of 117,000 bu.
Chicago 130 141
Omaha 141 41 II
St. Louie 71 II 47
Theae aalaa ware reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 4 cere. 11.47.
No. 1 hard winter! 1 rare 11.41: I care,
11.47: I care. I1.IIH: H care, 11.41. No. I
hard winter: 1 car, 11.41; I care, 11.41; I
care, ll.HH; ears, 11.41; 1 car, 11.44; 1
oar, 11.41; 4 can. 11.41; 1 car, 11.41: 1
ear, 1.41. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, I1.4IH;
1 car, 11.41: 1 ear, 11.40; I eara, 11.10; I
cara, 11.11; I eara, 11.17; 1 car, 11.10. Sam
ple hard wlnteri 1 car, 11.11; 1 ear, 11.11 Hi
1 oar, 1.10; H ear, 11.14. No. I eprlng:
1 oar. 11.41: No. I apring; 1 car, 11.41:
1 ear, ll.4: 1 ear, 11.41. No. I mixed:
1 oar, 11.41; I eara, 11.47; 1 oar, 11.41: 1
oar, 11.14; 1 car, 11.17. No. 4 mixed: 1 oar,
11.11. Sample mlied: 1 ear, II. HH.
Cam No. I white: I l-l cars, lie. No. I
white: 1 ear, lie; I cara, lOHo; 1 car, 10c
No. I whltet 1 oar, ioi i car, 7,o, no.
I white: I cara 7le. No. I white: 1 ear.
II He. No. I yellow: 1 ear, II He No. I
yellow: 7 eara, In. No. 1 mixed: 1 oar,
10 Ho. No. I mlied: T l-l eara, lOe. No, 4
mlied: 1 ear, 7IHei I eara. 71 Ho. No. I
mixed; eara, 11c No. I mlied l 1 ear, 7le;
1 ear. Tie.
Oata No. I whltal 1 oar. 4IHo. Stand
ard: I eara, lie. No. I white: II eara, 4IHe;
I eara. 410. No. 4 white: I can, 41c; I
care, 41 H. Sample white: I can 41 Ho.
Omaha Cash Prlcea Wheat: No. I hard.
tt.ll1.4l', No. I hard, 11.4101.41; No 4
hard, ll.IIOI.4l: No. I apring, ll.40Ol.il:
No. I apring, 11.4101.41; No. I durum, 11.11
1.11; No. I durum, I1.I0O1I4. Corn: No.
white, loolc; No. I white, lOOUe;
No. 4 white, HHOIOHc; No. I white, 71 H
7te; No. while, IltMIKoi No. I yellow.
HHOHHo: No. I yellow, lOHOIlc. No. 4
yellow, lOOIOHc; No. t yellow, 7IHO0e;
No. yellow, 7I07IHO; No. I mlied. 10 H
OlOHo; No. I mlied. TIHOIOc; No. 4
mlied, 7IH07IHc: No. I mlied, 7IH07lc:
No. I mlied, 71071c. Oaia: No. I while,
43 9IIHC! atandard, 43H4lc; No. I white,
4104IHC; No, 4 white, 41H04IC. Barley:
Waiting, tottlle: No. 1 feed. 8aOo. Bye:
No, I, ll.17Ql.il; No. I. ll.HQl.il.
' OMAHA tVrVWBt MAKEKT. .
',. Omaha, August tl. Mil.
The wheat market opened alrong today
and during the early part of the aeeelon de
clined on prodt-taklng.
i Tha market reeded, however, and cloeed
He higher on September, and about He on
both the December and May optlona.
Corn waa a little eaeler, September de
clining le and September ruling Ho lower.
There waa very little Intereet In oata and
both tha September and December de
clined a fraction. May oata were quoted
unchanged, but there waa no trading In Ihla
option. . .
Tha threahlnf returns on wheat confirm
rather than disapprove tha wont reports.
North Dakota reporte five In oliiht bushel!
per acre, with a teet of forty-two to fifty
two pounds per bushel - Western Canadian
reports are leaa favorablo than a week ago,
and reports of damage from other sections
have been sent In.
Omaha, eloalng prlcea on futures (or thla
day: . .
High. ILow.l rloae. I Yea.
New Tork. Aug. I. Tha volumo of baa
Inaaa on tha etock market reaterday waa
larger, with a few aiceptlona, than on
any other day thla . year, . the overturn
reaching 1,110,000 aharea. Trading waa on
a rtalng scale of prices and nearly all
branchea of the list contributed to the
buoyant tone. Motors, which wera relatively
weak, and shipping Issues, which forfeited
a amall part of their recent gains, were the
United Statea Steel waa tha commanding
reatun. outdistancing e l other stocks In
point of activity on Ua extreme advance of
--1 pvmie m new recoru- mni'
actlona In Steel, which embraced Innumer
able Individual lote of 1,000 to over 4,000,
approximated 210,000 aharee.
Other Blocks, Including Industrial equip-
menta, and war Issues, rose 1 to 4 points.
wttn unusual activity in Belhlenem Bteel,
which gained 11H polnta at 4S0. Coppen
and zinc ahares, Meileana, the Dletllllng
laauea and halt a acore of unclassified Issues
were higher by I to 4 points, with I for
Beare-Roehuck at Sit.
Reading led the railway Hot on Its gross
gain of SH to 101 H the balance of the Met
holding back nntll the final hour, when
that entire division, particularly the trana
continental weaterne, and northwesterns and
coalers regtetered galna ranging from 1 to
S polnta. The movement In these atoeka
synchronised with Washington dispatches,
which gave rise to greater optlmlem re
apectlng the outcome of the railway labor
The eetback of Motora waa explained by
the announcement of a ssla of a large block
of treasury by ths Willys-Overland com.
pany. General newa waa of a negative
character, aside from the receipt of another
Inetallment of Rrltleh gold. Thle found no
reflection In foreign exchange, however,
that market being extremely apathetic.
at a fractional advance, Imparted strength
to the bond market Total aalea, par value,
United Statea bonds wera unchanged on
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar..,. 1,400 lit IIH
American Can 13.100 11 IIH nil
A. car Foundry.. 10,400 fl 03 I4H
Am. Locomotive... 11,100 70H 77H IIH
Am. Smelt A Ref.. 1,300 looj IIH 100
Am. eugar net euo jjv
Am, Tel. A Tel 100 131
Am. Z., U A ... 1.100 34
Anaconda Copper.. .11.300 II
Atchison 1,100 101
Bald. Locomotive.. 21. 600 12
Baltimore A Ohio.. 1.100 II
Brook. Rap. Tren.. 100 14 H
H- A S. Copper 11,100 IIH
uai. retroteum.,... sou is
Canadian Pacific. 1,700 171
central Leetner. . . . l.soo
Chaaapeake A Ohio. 11.000 I3H IIH
u., Ja. at at. r r.xvv sb
Chi. A N. W 400 117
C, R. L A P. Ry. 7,100 11 1
unino copper. i.owo
Colo. Fuel A Iron.. 11,100
Corn Products Ref. 1,100
Crucible Steel 17,400
Distillers' Beeur.,.. 1,400
Oenaral Electric... 1,100
Art I Open.
1 44 H 141 14IH
1 II 141'i HIV,
1 IIH 111 HI
IS I0H ' It
43 4IH 41
41 41 44
Chicago eloalng prlcea, furnlehed The Bee
by Logan A Bryan. Block and grain broken,
lis aoutn mxteentn street:
High. ILow.l Close. Yea
1 11 116-
II St .
f CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
Wheat Opens Richer. Beacla and Again
Chicago. Aug. 13. Wheat declined nearly
lo from the top today, but recovered most
- f It and closed with net losses for the day
e( H to lHo. Com declined to a and
oata )t to fit, Provisions closud oft 2 to
At the opening wheat sold higher, spp.tr
ntly from habit, although there waa further
bullish encouragement In the raini reported
In the northwtst Then began a lubborn
dsrllne la tha face of the heavleit hind of
profit taking aaiVs. One Urm ion dlapoaed
of 1,100,4)00 ttUBhell, of long wheat.
The leading bull hotutea tuok It In at
very halt point drop, until near the c-loai
tha bottom waa reached The reaction wu
wife .Prlcea advanced by leaps and bounda
and tha closing tone waa considered strong.
A drop In the cables from Ltlverpool was
an Influenoa in the selling and reports that
foreigners wera taking moat of the wheal
was iDfloentla) In the recovery. Short tales
of moat of 1,160,000 bushels wera reported.
There waa no abatement of crop damage
reports from the northwest and Canada.
Rains la Iowa and Itlllnols led to heavy
selling of com by commlsaion houses and
to a leaser anient by local bean. OtTerings
dried up on the decline and when wheat
rallied, oora followed sharply. Spot prices
wera H ta 1c lower and shipping Sales
sUU restricted by the scarcity of cars. Com.
try offerings were reported liberal.
Oata followed the lead of wheat and
torn. Seaboard houses wera reported good
buyers, but the car shortage curtailed ship
tnents. Boot prices worked off He. Prices
declined a oeat from tha top and recovered
half of It near the close.
In tha provision pit lard and rlba worked
fcwor on realising sales, but pork, for which
a considerable foreign demand waa reported,
Cash Prices Wheatt No. t red nominal;
No. I red. Il.4t91.tl; No. t hard. IMH
1.64; No. I bird, fl.4t H.J. Corn: No.
1 yellow, 17 ,itff5Vfl; No. 4 yellow, 149
61.0, No. white, HH-C- Oats: No. t
white, 4M6c; atandard, 45ti046,O.
NV! Kit K II iNUtfel llli In.
Boeds: Timothy nominal, clover,
7.Mtf 14.(9. Provisions: Pork, 121. Of,
lard, 41S.I6: ribs, 9l4.20t914.7f.
Poultry -Kasy; spHngs SO 9 11c -Batterlrm,
reoeipta, 10,417 tubs;
tsroasnery extras, lie; axtra firsts, o
0Vo; finite l93e; second., 109170.
Btm VKmj receipts, cases, firsts,
1 6 9 2S He ; ordinary f I rate, u 9 II fee ;
mark, cases Included, IS 9 24c
Cheese Steady; daisies, H91ttc;
norns, iB"(iuc; Americas, nwiiMC
twins, 1& tjlc.
rotatfH fciony: receipt. 40 cars: Jersey,
bulk, cobbler, 11.1191.20; Minnesota and
Ohlos, 91.t?v l.io.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Volume of Business Larger
Than Upon Any Other
Day of Tear.
MOTOR SHARES WEAK
at. Northern vfd.,
Ot. No. Ore ell,...,
Inter. Con. Corp...,
Inter. Marrealsr... 600 Ill's 114
Int. It U. pfd. et(s.4I.I00 1014 100Vi 101
14 II 33i
i nil it
7 II U
& 17l3 171
5 11411 117 5
9M D1H Bl
lltt 41(4 40
16l II 164
71 77 77
47 4IH 44l
l,V4 17 11
173 170U 170
Ul 11714 111
II 11. 40U
1,10, 10214 101
100 tl IS
1,101 It 4114 41
II 100 10114 101 44 101
100 II . 1414 1411
K. C. Southern
Louie. A Nash....
M . K. A T.. Pfd..
National Lead 400 0014 0614
Nevada cornier 1.400 1114 11
New York Central.. 11,400 106 10314 100
N. T., N, If. H...1I.1UU as
Norfolk A Western. 4,100 111
Northern Paofla..., t.ioo 111
Pacino ua l sov so
r.e. Tel. A Tel-....
Pennsylvania 14.000 1014
Ray Con. Copper... 1,100 llli
Reading 11,300 10,
Rep. Iron A Steel... 14.700 14
Hh.t. Arlsona Cod.. 1.400 tl
Routhern Pacino. .. .11.400 II
Southern Hallway.. e,ioo s,
Hni,leh.ker Co 11.600 13114
Tennrsses Copper.. 1.600 36 I6U
Texes Company.... 1,600 10114 11114
Union Pacinu ix.auv is lev
union pavino pta es
it o tn5 .i.h.i e ,00 11, U 114 111
U, S. ileel 110.100 1714 M I6J4
Tl M. Steel pfd 1.400 111 117 lllfi
Utah Copper 11,000 13 llS 13
Wabaah pfd. "B".. I.IOt Is
Weetern Union .... 16 ,
West. Rleetrle 11, sou sin ov ii.
Total aalea lor tha day. 1.160,000 aharea.
New York Many Market.
New York, Aug. It. Prima Mercantile
Paper 1H3 per cent. I
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day bills.
4.7114; demand, 14,71 11-14: cables,
Silver Rsr, 6110! Mexican dollars lie.
Bonds Oevsrnmsnt, ateadi railroad,
Time Loana Heater; elxty dare. !!
per cent: ninety daya. Il par cent; ala
months, 104 per cent.
Call Money Steady! highest, 114 par
cent; lowest. I per cent! ruling rata I
per cent; last loan. 114 per oenti eloalng bid,
1 per oent: offered at 114 per cent.
The cotton market cloeed ataady ,1 A net
advance ol 10 to I polnta.
U. S. ref. 3e, reg II M. Pao. con IS..101S
C. S. ref, 8s, eou.tl Mont. Power 6o.,.!7
U 8 Is, ri'g,..100HN. Y. C. deb. Is.. lit
U. 8. Is. cou 1001.N. Y. City 4Mb
U. S. 4s. reg. ...10114 (1186) 10114
li! Si 4s. 0OU....U0 N. Y.. N. H. A H
Am, Smelters IS. 10114 cv. Is 11114
A.T.AT. 0.414S.1H14NO, Pao. 4a I1 14
Anglo-french ia..l61No. Pao. Is 06
Atch. gen 6s 16 Ore. 8. L. ret. 4a. .11 14
Bait. A Ohio ll..lP. T. A T 6a. .10114
Cent. Pao. 1st.. ..61 Penn. con. 4V4s.. 10414
Chss. A O. 0. 414s.64Penn. gen. 4HS..101,
f n A o. I. 4s..0SReadlna gen. 4s. II
CM. A St.P. c.6s.l06Bl. U A S. r.
C. . n. r .spot "a
ref. 4 ..7l8o. Pao. cv. 6s.. .104
Colo. A 8. r. 4s.aVHo. Par. ref. 4B...6014
D. A R O. c. 4s..7llitio Railway Is. ..100
Erls gen. Is 7,i,l.'n. Pie. 4s...v...l'4
Oen. Electric 6s.l0114Un. Pee. cv. 4B...I3H
ut. No. 1st SHS.rs u. n. nuoocr os..lu.
111. Cent. ref. 4s.. V. 8. Sleel 6s... .10614
Int. M. M. 414 s. 10114 W. Union 4H 16
K. C. 8. ref. 6s. .60 IVestlnghouse
I,. A N. un. 4s... .64 ffileclrk' cv. 6a. 134
il., LIT. 1st 4s.7414'D. A R. O ..II
Kansas City Ueneral Market.
XansBS City. Aug. tt. Wheat No, t
hard, II. 47V1. 63; No. I red, 11.1101.61;
September, 11,47 14 ! December. 1.47
1.47H; May, tt.61l401.6IH.
Corn 140 lower; No. I mixed. lleHr-;
No. 1 white. Ilc; No. I yellow. 144 (talc;
September. JlHc; December,, 73o; May,
, oata No. I white, 46044c; No. 1
Hutter creamery, tic; firsts, S60; see-
onds. 16c; packing, 13140,
Eggs rims, see.
Poultry Hens, 14c; roosters, 10S4o; broil-
MlnaeapoUa Oralai Market.
Minneapolis, Aug. IS. Wheat September,
11.6114: December, 11.67. Cash; No. I hard.
11.04; No. 1 northern, tl.bl01.il14; No. 1
. Rye ll.lT01.lt.
Corn No. I yellow. 11017c.
OBts No. I while. 4404444.
rial Seed 11.16401.18.
S venerated Apples.
' New York, Aug. 83.-Bvaporated Apples
Quiet; fancy, 70744a; choice, 60414c:
Dried Fnilte Prunea Firm; California.
Iatle: Oregona.' 7O110. Aprlcota. easy;
choice, UOlltte; extra choice. ll013c;
choice, 1114011140. Peachea, dull; choice,
40; extra choice, To; fancy, lc. Ralalna,
ataady; loosa muacatela, 10114c; cheleu t,
fancy aeed.d, 10101 aeedleaa, 4O10l4c
SI. Lasts Ormla Market.
St Louts, Awg. II Wheat No. t red,
I1.I70LII; No. 1 hard. tl.l014Ol.il: Sep
tember, 11.4114; December, 1.4701.4714.
Corn No. I. 1114c: No. t white, Hal Sep-
tamber, 1114; December, 11140. . .
oats ho. 1 wwte. ao. j
Ko. At. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
11 101 l 40 47 131 II 10
4 110 I 10 14 1074 7 10
II 1071 7 ID 10 1140 7 40
101 1113 10 60 40 1166 7 46
7 1107 7 40 47 1311 7 70
t 1021 7 71 30 Ill t 36
1 110 I 00 1 420 t 00
17 747 I II 4 116 I 26
1 731 I II 7 701 0 16
146 I 70 1 110 I 76
4... 710 7 00
4 477 I 60 1 110 7 10
14 310 7 71 1 371 I 00
STOCK 8TEBRB. : -
It Iltl I 71 1 611 10
4 4070 I 36 43 710 I 60
41.. ......1110 I 10 tl 1010 t 16
31 101 6 II 1 141 I 10
II 130 7 00 II 106 7 06
41 110 7 10 II Ill 7 16
1 171 I 00 10 1011 I 06
16 161 I 70 II Ill I 10
t Ill 7 II tl 110 7 26
LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Liberal, Prices
Steady to Higher Lambs
Lower, Sheep Steady.
HOGS 15 TO 25 CENTS UP
Omaha, August 21, 1111.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
nfrtH.I Unnifav 11 A.. ,91. ,,041
Kellmate Tuesday .... o!700 M00 80,600
Two days tblB week. . .17.741 1.136 61.641
Same days Isst week. .11,171 14.6,3 20.234
Same days 2 weeks aaol2.730 13.613 30.737
Same days 1 weeks agolfl.767 11,616 26,460
same days 4 weeke ago 6,841 13,440 22,212
Same days laat year.. 14,663 11,401 12,786
Cattle Recelpta were quite liberal this
morning, making a total for ths two days
of 17,746 heed, about 2.000 head entailer
tnan laet week and 1,000 head larger than
a year ago. Beef eteera were aeneratlv
10c higher than yesterday, the beet corn
fed aelllng to 110.40, while there were
range eleere good enough to bring 18.76.
Cows and heifers were In good demand and
a little stronger. Blockers and feedere
were In good demand at about ataady
1 COW.... 1110 III 3feeders.no
1 feeder,. 610 I 60 7 feeders. 140
1 feeder.. 140 7 10 I feeders. 140
I steer,.. .1111 TOO 1 heifers.. 846
1 hslfer... 060 I II
Ill 7 00 4 feeders. 1100
, III I 10
T. O. Burton 14D.
,.110 I 10 I cow..... 110
3. W. Pennls Wyoming.
4faaders.H0 171 II cows. . .1010
Oeorge H. Mayer Nebraaka.
tfeedare. 117 7 00 3 steer,. . 121 J
A-t Bsr Csttla Co. Montana.
1ICSWS...U26 7 00 !steer..,1370
w. V. Johnson Cattle Co. Wyo.
I steers. .1164 7 61 Isteera.. 171
f cows.. .1011 171 Iateera..l04t
Hoga Continued light auppllee here, a
very broad ahlpplng demand, good packing
request, end sharply higher msrketa at
other polnta all combined to give the local
market another big push upward. Order
buyers again bought a. half or mora of the
total oftertnga, paying prlcea that were from
lie In , few Instancee to In moat cues
tootle higher. Tha advance carried the
top up to 110.71, tlo above yeaterday'a high
mark and within a dims t the record for
Packers wera short yesterday, and with
shippers buying so freely there waa only
one thing to do, and that waa follow the
market already astabllahed. Thslr purchase,
ahowed fully aa much of an advance as
shippers, being all of llo to. In the mejor'ty
of oaaes, I0O1K higher than yeaterday.
Bulk offerings again aold real early,
though a few aellera who didn't think they
wore bid the full atrangth of tha market
on aarly rounda war, atlll fighting for an
other nickel after nearly verythlng had
At b,st It waa another varv Irreenl.r
market, and averaged nearly a quarter
nigner tnan yestsraay. Bulk of the aalea
landed at I10.10O10.60, and tope, aa noted,
reached 110.71, within a dlma of the record
eetabllshsd In 1110. Bulk Is still sailing
around 40c below the high time all yeara.
ago. Current prlcea are 40960c higher than
at the closs of Isat wsek. shippers having
(anon over nan ma iigni arierlnga tha laat
No. At. 8a. Pr. No. At. Sh. Pr.
14. .710 ...till 71. .110 40 10 00
10. .440 110 10 01 67. .SIS lit 10 10
17. .104 10 10 II 61. .368 ... 10 10
It. .Ill ... 10 II II. .217 ... 10 IB
II. .11! II It 10 01. .Ill 160 10 '85
71. .Sit lot 10 40 II. .210 40 10 60
It. .lit ... It II 111.121 160 10 16
71.. 127 ...10 71 74. .114 110 10 76
Sheep The suddI of ahaan Lntl tntntidt
today was even larger than Monday's, ar
rival balnt estimated at 111 tare, or 30,
500 bead. The local run was asaln by far
the largest on tha map. For the week to
data receipts are II..41 head, being twice
aa large as either last week or two weeks
ago, 1,000 heavier than a year ago, and the
.ariesc sor any similar period since Oc
tober last year. '
Yesterday's fat lamb market cloeed up at
tha low time of the day. Durlntr the tnr.
noon lambs sold freely enough at a 10O16c
decline, but the market weakened still fur-
inor wnen mere wera sun twenty or more
cars In first hands, and when these were
una i it so i a ii was ai prices that were a
quarter or more below laat week's close.
racasrs naa another big lamb supply at
their disposal thla mornlna. and sitinth.r
slump was In order. That la, forenoon sales
wort 1047160 lower than the early trade
yesterday, though they looked fully steady
to, tf anything, stronger than Monday', lav
As en yesterday, the bit bulk of the f-t
offerings was cleaned up by midday,
though there were several bands still un
sold at that time. Six cara more of the
choice Call forn las that brought 110.70 du-
pucatea tne price today. However. th
bulk of the offerings sold down around
tl0.16t910.w0, with an occasional bunch as
hlvh as 110.10. Compared with the best
time yesterday, tha general run of prices
waa 10O15o lower, althouah a few aalei
were steady, while everything sold up to
noon looked steady to, It anything, stronger
than Monday's lata trade.
The aged sheep suooly was nrettv atlm
hardly enough stuff belnr here to ma.lt
a market. Prices wera called about steady,
omo prviir tooa ewea soiling aa nigh as
16.75, with good Idaho yearlings at 17.60.
rorenoon saies or leeaers were ma n v at
good, Arm prices, a spread of $10.00910.40
catching most bunches, A couple of loads
sold as hlfh aa 110.00. a new record figure,
but up to midday that was the only sale
aoove yesieroay s top or 110.10. raMitr
sheep are anything but plentiful and are
selling at well sustained prices. Tearllngs
made ii.fo tais morning, with ewea at
110 Idaho ewee
too Idaho feeder lamba
12S Idaho lambs
40 Wyoming wethers .
630 Idaho feeder lamba
1,170 Idaho lamba ......
704 Idaho lamba 77
173 Idaho lambs 86
16 Idaho ewes ..106
081 Nevada lamba 07
174 Nevada lamba 7
$ I oo
' 7 36
iteera, $7. 004)10. 76; yearling steers and
hot f era, t8.S0c9U.l0; cows, 15.60(97.76;
Blockers and feeders, 6.10pg.00; Texas
steers, tt.6Os9l.0O; prime southern steers,
M. OOffl.OO; cows and heifers, 04.600.00;
prime yearling steers and heifers, $7.60(9
1:00; native calves, 6.tJ011.76.
Hoga Receipts, 11,300 head; market,
hlghr: pigs and lights, I7.6vt911.20; mixed
and butchers, 110.90 12.55; heavy, $11,169
11.30; bulk of sales, 111.00311.20,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,200 head;
market, steady ; lamba, 17.000 10.06 ;
slaughter owes, t6.00t97.36; bleating ewea,
t7.00910.00; yearling ewes, $7.20.98.00.
Hsnsas City lire Stock Market.
Kansas City, Aug. 32. CattleReceipts,
21,000 head; market lower; prime fed
steers, $ t. 7tO 1 0. 7 6 ; dressed beef steers,
$7. 6000.60; western steors. tO.7S0O.OO;
lockers and feeders, $6.0001.20; bulls,
$6.2600.26; calvea, $6.10011.00.
Hogs Receipts, 14,000 head; market
higher; bulk of sales, $10.400 10.0S; heavy,
$10.30010.70; packers and butchers, $10.60
910.00; light, $10.00010.06; pigs, $8,600
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
market steady; lambs, $10.26011.00; year
lings, $7.7608.30; wethers, $7.2000.00;
Chicago Un Stock Market.
Chicago, Aug. 33. Cattle Receipts, 7,900
head; market weak to 10c lower; beeves,
$7.00011.10; cows and heifers. $3.0000.40;
stockers and feeders, $6.00 07.75; western
steers, $7.4006.76; calves, $0.00012.60.
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; market 160
30c higher than yesterday's averaae: bulk
of sales, $10.76; light, $10.7011.30; mhted,
ito.40tTii.zft; neavy, fio.260ii.zo; rough,
Sheep and Lamba Recelota. 20.000 head:
market weak and 10c lower; natives, $0,400
e , i & ; western, s, ? & jpa.ug ; iambs, 17.25 0
Spot steady; middling upland, 14.t0c. Sales,
Liverpool, Aug. 22. Cotton Spot, steady;
good middling, .26d; middling, t.Ofld; low
middling. $.32d; sales, 1,000 bales.
I Sioui City Live Stack Market.
SlOUX City. Ia.. A US. 22. Cattle Re.
celpts, 1,300 head: market ateadv: beef
steers. $7.00010.00; canners, $3.7606.60;
stockers and feeders, $6.1007.30; bulls.
eiaae, etc., ib.ftuirf i.ue; reeding oowa and
heifers, $6.6000. 06.
Hog Receipt a. 2.200 head: market
26c higher; light, $10.00010.16; mixed,
$10.16010.60: heavy. 110.60 10.76 : bulk of
ttfteep and Lambs Not quoted,
St. Joseph Un Stock Market.
St. Joseph. Aua. 22. Cattle RerelnttL
1,800 head; market steady: s ears. 26.600
10.26; cows and heifers, $4.0000.60: calves,
Hogs Receipts, 6,600 head: market hi r ti
er; top, $10.10; bulk of ssles, $10,400-10.76.
oneps ana umDf--KeceiDte. 4.000 had:
market lower; lambs, $10.00010.761 awes.
Lira Stock Ur Sight.
Kansas City, .
.. 40,000 03,100 63,700
Now Tork Cottoa Market.
v.tw un,, a-tusj. j. soiion ruturee
opened very steady; August, U.$6o; October,
14.96c; December, 14.02c; January, l.t7o
March, 16.00c; May. $16.1to.
Cotton futures closed steady t August.
let ftrwi? rVtihAP 1 4 fit,.. r a, . ...
1 , .1..V1,, vnuDiuDiir, ii. axe:
January. l.$6o; March, l4.$c May, 16.11c.
teeeal Stocks and Bonds.
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker
C., 440-61 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.,
Stocka Bid. Asked.
a very uo. ewmmon go
Am. Smelt. Sec. Co., pfd. "A" 03
Cudahy Pack. Co., T pcL pfd... 104
Deere 6 Co., pfd. ex. dividend.. 00
Fairmont Cream. Co., 1 pet. pfd. 103 4
Beatrice Cream. Co.. 7 net. ofd. 100
Oooch Mill, tt Ele. Co., 7 pet. pfd. 90 100
isineoin 'jei. Tel., com. l oct. 99
Northern States Power Co., pfd. 96 ft
Omaha A C. B. Ry A Bridge pfd
Omaha A C. B. St, Ry., pfd.... T2H
Peters MtlL Co.. pfd 99
Sulzberger eV Sons pfd 99
St, Joseph L. H. A' Power, pfd. 08
Swift Company 144
Union Stock Tarda, I pet. stock 100
Updike Grain Co., common. ...103
Anglo-French 6's, 1934 16
American Foreign Securities Co.,
6 pet. Oold Notes, 1919 9741
Booth. St. Louis ', 1931 09ft 100
Denver Oas 4k Bleo. t's, 1949., 98ft 99
Fremont, Nelx, 6 pet paving
bonda, 1980 101 103
Xowa Portland Cement Co, t's.
Kansas City Ry., first t's, 1944.. 97
Omaha tt Council Bluffs St, Ry.
6's. 1926 96U
Sulzberger A Sons, t's 99ft 100ft
Imperial Russian Gov't. Int
War Loan. 1920. 6ft pet 806
Swift 4 Company, 6 s 100ft 100
New Tork, Aug. 33. Metals Lead, atrong
at $6.6006.76. Spelter, quiet; spot. East
St. Louis delivery, 69.360 9.76. Copper,
Arm: electrolytic, $26.60037.60. Iron,
steady and unchanged. Tin, steady; spot,
At London: Spot copper, 1110 10s; fu
tures, 1108; electrolytic, 127; spot tin, 1109;
futures. 170. Lead, 30; spelter, 66.
Savannah, Oa., August 33. Turpentine,
firm. 42o; sates, 421 bbla.; recelpta. 763
bbls.; ahlpmenta, 263 bbls.; stocks, 18,868
Rosin, firm; sales, 1,986 bbls.; receipts,
I. 720 bble.; shipments, 9,276 bbla; stocks,
66,731 bbls. Quote: A, B, $6.76; C, D, $6.80;
E, $6.00; F, $6.10; G, (6-20; H, I, K, M,
$6.36; N, $6.40; WO, $6.46; WW, $6.60.,
Omaha Hay Market.
Omaha. Aug. 31. Hay--Choles upland
prairie, $11.00; No. 1, $10.00010.60; No. 3,
$8.0009.00; No. 3, to. 0008.00; No. 1 mid
land prairie, $8.6009.60; No. 3, $7.00 0 8.00;
choice lowland, $7.00; No. 1. $6.00; No. 2,
M.0006. 00; No. 8, 33 0004.00.
Alfalfa Choice, $12.00; No. 1, $10,600
II. 60; standard, $8.60010.00.
Dry Goods Market,
New Tork, Aug. 22. Exporter renewed
their Inquiries today for brown sheetings,
but large orders could not be closed owing
to the firmness of the mills. Prices on
brown sheetings showed an upward ten
dency. Trading waa active tn many kinds
of cotton goods.
New Tork, Aug. 83. Sugar Raw dull:
centrifugal, 6.76c; molasses, 4.98c. Refined
quiet; fine granulated, 7.00187.26c. Futures
prlcea at noon were & to 8 points lower.
Races Carded for Wednesday in
the Great Western Circuit Hen
2:09 Pace Omaha Printing Company Purta, $500. '
1 Belle W, bile, m, by Not Given, Earl Beezley, Agt, Syracuse, Neb.
iVi-Bonnivard, 2:1114, b. t by Vice Commodore, A. A. Sillon, Monroe, la.
3 Colleen, 2:06, br. m., by Charlie D, Henry Thomas, Agt, Davenport, Ia.
4 College Gent, 2:08?4, blk. h., by Kentucky, P. J. Carson, Winnipeg, Can.
5 La Belle Online, 2:16, ch. m by Patotia B, L. S. Shuler, Agt, Indian
6 Major Ong, 2:04U, b. g, by Major Ganti, Joe McLaughlin, Agt, Mar-
7 Sayde Densmore, 2:02, ch. m by Don Densmore, Henry Thomas, Agt.,
Davenport, Ia. . ,
8Shipmaster, 2:05, b. g., by Seneca Stuart, N. Matthews, Amboy, I 1.
9 Sir Lain, 2:09, ro. g, by Earlain, Schinstock Bros, West Point, Neb.
10 The Ghost, 2:08, g. g, by Manager, J. F. Cole, Brookfield, Mo.
2:30 Trot Commercial Club Purse, $500.
1 Darky Simons, blk. g, by Reb, R. E. Leach, Cincinnati, O.
2 Doonie b. m, by Peter the Great, E. D. Gould, Kearney, Neb.
3 Helen G, blk. m by Sag B, F. G. Warden, Des Moines, Ia.
4 Ignatius McGregor, 2:29, br. s, by Jay McGregor, A. B. Heaton,
5 Jack Combs, b. s, by Buraunun, E. D. Gould, Kearney, Neb.
6 Miss May Tell, 2:30, b. m, by Baron Will Tell, Chas. Fuller, Car
7 Mohayna, b. m, by Mobel, F. G. Warden, Des Moines, Ia.
8 Sterling Lou, s. g, by Kinney Lou, F. E. Ward, Los Angeles, Cal.
9 Rapello, br. s, by George B, Spede Ream, Libertyville; 111.
2:18 Pace Hal McKinney Purse, $2,000.
1 Alix Merriman, 2:11, br. m, by Merriam C, Robt. Harrison, Gales
2 Bonnie Brino. b. .. bv Bonnie Direct. A. Pearson, Chicago, 111.
3 Captain Heir at Law, 2:19, blk. h, by Heir at Law First, Frank C.
Caine, Galesburg, 111.
4 Fanny Shirley, 2:09, b. m, by Lord Shirley, M. C. Blackburn, Dixon. III.
5 Farmer Boy, 2:17, b. s, by Leon Barkey, D. R. Steale, Aurora, Neb.
6 Gilbert Patch, br. s, by Dan Patch, B. Shively, Detroit, Mich.
7 George Durbin, 2:24, s. g, by Governor Durbin, J. F. Flack, Page,
8 Hailand K, b. i, by The Earl, Chet Kelley, West Liberty, Ia.
9 Hal Conners, b. s, by Argott Hall, Tom Dennison, Omaha, Neb.
10 Helen Chimes, b. m, by The Magnet, Schinstock Bros, West Point, Neb.
11 Helen Zedo, 2:18, b. m, by Bob Fitzsimmons, Warren Dennis, Rex-
12 J. V. Manager, 2:19, blk. g, by Manager, J. F. Cole, Agt, Brook-
13 Mose Finch, 2:14, b. h, by Silver Finch, F. G. Warden, Des Moines, Ia.
14Oregon Hal, 2:21, br. s, by Hal B, Warren Dennis, Rexburg, Idaho.
15 Peter Pointer, by Not Given, A. B. Hunter, jr. New Madrid, Mo.
16 Power Patch, 2:03, b. s, by Dan Patch, Int. 155 Horse Farm, Minne
17 Prince Fisher, b. h, by Fisher, W. Neims, Agt, Sour Lake, Tex.
18 Red Harold, b. a, by The Magnet, J. B. Ranier, Phoenix, Ariz.
19 Sad Thoughts, 2:06, b. m, by Bingen, Edw. Peterson, Omaha, Neb.
20 Tanner Miller. . e.. bv Dr. Tanner. Robt Conner. Aet, Maitland, Mo.
21 The Welkmer, br. h, by Woodford Wilkes, J. Carson, Winnipeg, Can.
22 Tommy Horn, b. g, by Otto Wilkes, Schinstock Bros, West Point, Neb.
23 Western Flyer, 2:17, b. a, by Gomoko, W. H. Combs, Agt, Ravenna,
24 Sweet Marie, A m, by Bonnie Wilkes, Chet Kelley, West Liberty, Ia.
25 Last Chance, a. g, by Prince Online. Midway Stock Farm, Kearney, Neb.
lisansal Orata Market,
UveiDeet. Aw II. Wkeat Soet No. I
Manitoba, las: No. I. 14a lid; No. t, 14a Mi
No. s reel woaiern winter, a 4 la.
Ctntlpal, America mUea, aasr, ita la. Tub ata It,
(It, laala Un atork Market.
flt. toula. Mo., AuaT, tt. Cattle Iteeelnta
t.lot heed; market ataadr: native beet
To Quickly Relieve
Soreness and Inflammation
ltub In 4 few drops of Absorb) ne, Jr. It
te.surprlslnf how promptly tt penetrates and
acta hew clean and pleasant It tp to use
nd how economical, because only a few
4rea tre requlrett to do the work.
Ia addition to being a dependable, lini
ment, Absorbine, Jr., If a safe, powerful,
trustworthy antlseptlo and ferralclde which
doubles Its efficiency and Ita uses.
When applied to cuts, braises and sores It
kills the terms, makes tha wound aseptl
oally clean and promotes rapid," healthy
healing. It allays pain and Inflammation
promptly. Swollen danda, painful varicose
veins, went and bursal enlargements yield
readily to tha application of Absorbine, Jr.
Abasrwn, jr.. la sold by leading drua.
gists at 1.0 and 11.00 a bottle or sent di
Liberal trial bottle postpaid far toe la
stamps. ' -,
w. r. Toung, d. r
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Dated September 1, 191$
TWO-YEAR 5 SECURED LOAN
DIRECT OBLIGATIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT
Intereet payable March 1 and September 1
Due September f, 191
Principal and interest payable in United States gold coin, at the office of J. P. Morgan tf Co.', without
deduction for any British taxes, present or future.
Coupon Notu of tl, 000, (S.0M and $10,00
Redeemable at the option of the government, in whole or in part, on thirty (SO) days notice, asfoflowsi
At 101 and meentd tntrt on any date prior to Soptambor t, 1917.
At t00 1'l and aeeruod inter t on September 1, 1917, and on any date thereafter prior to maturity, V
To be secured by pledge with The Farmers Loan & Trust Company, of New York City, under a pledge agreement exe
cuted by the government, of securities approved by J. P. Morgan & Co., of an aggregate value of at least $800,000,000, cal
culated on the basis of prevailing market prices, sterling securities being valued in dollars at the prevailing rate of exchange, viz:
Stock; bond, end or other eeeuritlet of corporation) organhtd in the United Statee. ..... fl00,000,000
Bond, and for other obligationt of the Government of the Dominion of Canada, either
maker or guarantor, and crocks, bond, and or other eeeuritiee of the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company 100,000,000
Sonde and or other obligation) of the eeteral following Government; either maker or
guarantor, tie., of Argentina, Chile, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switterland and or
Pending the arrival and deposit of securities as above, the Government is to deposit temporarily with the Trust Company
at the time of issue of the notes, either approved New York Stock exchange collateral of aggregate value equal to that of the then
undelivered securities and or cask equal to five-sixths of such value. AU such temporary collateral is to be exchanged from
time to time in the same relative proportions upon the deposit of the above mentioned securities.
If the pledged securities depreciate in value because of change of market price or in rate of exchange, the Government is to
deposit additional securities with the Trust Company, to the end that the aggregate value of the pledged securities shall equal
at least 120 of the principal amount of the notes at the time unpaid and not secured by deposited cash.
The Government is to reserve the right from time to time to sell for cash any of the pledged securities, in which event the
proceeds of sale are to be received by die Trust Company and applied to the retirement of notes by purchase, if obtainable at
prices not exceeding the then redemption price, and otherwise by redemption by lot at die redemption price.
The Government is to reserve the right also to make substitutions of securities, but such substitutions are not to vary the
relative amounts in value of the above-indicated three several groups of securities at the time held by the Trust Company.
Valuations of securities are to be approved by J. P. Morgan & Co.
This offering is made subject to verification of the list of collateral, and to the approval of (he necessary details by
WE OFFER THE ABOVE NOTES FOR SUBSCRIPTION AT 99 AND INTEREST
YIELDING SLIGHTLY OVER 5z PER CENT.
Subscription books will be opened at the office of J. P. Morgan A Co., at 10 o'clock, A. M.',
August 23, 1916, and will be closed at 10 o'clock, A. M., August 28, 1916,
or earlier, in their discretion.
THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REJECT ANY AND ALL APPLICATIONS, AND ALSO, IN ANY EVENT,
TO AWARD A SMALLER AMOUNT THAN APPLIED FOR.
AMOUNTS DUE ON ALLOTMENTS WILL BE PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF. J. P. MORGAN & CO., IN
NEW YORK FUNDS, TO THEIR ORDER, AND THE DATE OF THE PAYMENT WILL BE
GIVEN IN THE NOTICE OF ALLOTMENT.
Temporary certificates will be delivered pending the engraving of the definitive notes.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
New York City
WM. A. READ & CO.
J. P. MORGAN &CO.
NATIONAL CITY BANK
New York City
HARRIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
BROWN BROTHERS & CO.
LEE, HIGGINSON & CO.
KIDDER, PEABODY & CO. J. & W. SELIGMAN & CO.
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY, New York at, '
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY
New York City New York Ci'tv
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF ILLINOIS UNION TRUST COMPANY
, Chicago . - Fitttburgh
Neat York, Aug uit U, 191$
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