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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1918,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
ejBSHatsIWSSBISB,
Cash Wheat Situation Improves
and Prices Advance one
to Two Cents.
COSN CONTINUES ACTIVE
Omaha. Anirtut UK-
Hsrelpts of- all iraina wsrs h.ery toiler
ens thara waa a t-en.ral advanca In prtees
The- caak wheat tl tun Ion wee much Im
jiroved today and tha , market advanced
freln 1 to 8 eenta
Tha demand for tha batter aradee of new
wheat waa excellent, the bulk of tha two
hard eelllns around 11.41 and 81. 4614.
While the quality of the wat being le
celved at the present time la excellent the
teat la not aa hlrb aa It to early In the
reseoa and, aa a reeult, a lerce part of the
wheat la (radlne: No. I and 4 hard and
testing around 166810 to the buehel
No. 3 hard wheat today sold fenerally
from ll.4i to 11.41 and the four hard
avrrafed around $1.38111.40.
Th- cxrn market continue active and the
receipts are ehowtna- s good Increase over
the paat few weeka.
The demand for all varieties of corn la
excellent, but the white and yellow are
selling slightly In advance of tha mixed
corn. The corn market waa quoted fte
higher to at lower, mixed corn selling at
a decline.
Oata were strong and sold from Ho to le
higher. The recelpta of eata were quite
heavy and tha demand for this cereal waa
quite active.
Rra waa atrong, advancing a cant and
barley ruled from le to lo higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
te 818,008 bushels; com, 1 000 bushels; oata,
374.000 bushels.
Liverpool eloee: Wheat, steady to Id
lowsr; corn, steady.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,888,000 tm.
and shipments 1,648.000 bu., against receipts
of 1,487,000 bu. and shipments of 808,000 bu.
last year.
Primary corn receipts were 488,000 bu.
and shipments $88,000 bu. agalnat recelpta
of 487,000 bushels and shipments of 487,000
bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 1,817.000 bu.
and ehlpmenta 887,000 bu.. against recelpta
of 1,888,000 bu. and ahlpments of 888,000 bu.
last year. '
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Corn.
Pork, nominal; lard. $18.81; ribs, 14.179
lt.2.
Butter Firm: receipts. 11.81$ tube:
ereasnery extras, 81c; extra flrste, 804830fte;
nrsts, 38 0 3 6He; seconds, 3eto037c.
Exgs firm; receipts, lo,us cases; nrsts.
IS16c: ordinary Urals, 33438Vie; at
mark, cases Included, 180340.
Cheese Steady; dalslea, HHOKttc:
horns, l01,7c; Americas, 17 ii 01714c,
twins, into 14c.
Potatoes Higher; receipts, 40 cars; Jer
sey bulk cobblers, $1.2891.80; Minnesota
and Early Ohloa, 8I.OJttl.I0.
Poultry Alive, ateady; fowls. 14sittc;
springs, $0O$lo.
Wheat
...166
....18$
,...138
,...178
,...888
88
,...888
70
7
1$
18
Oats.
881
Chicago ....
Minneapolis .
Puluth .....
Omaha
Kansea City
HI. Louis 88 18 28
Winnipeg
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1 car, f 1.44 :
4 care, $1.48; cars, $1.48. No. I hard
winter: 8 care, 31. OH: 3 cars, $1.48; t car
$1.48M; 18 cars, $1.48; 1 car, 81.47; 4
ears, $1.47. No. I hard winter:- $ cars.
81.41(4; 8 cars, $1.48; 1 cars, $1.47; 1 car,
81.471,: 1 ear, $1.4714; $ care. $1.47; I care,
$1.4414: $ can, $1.4$. No. 4 hard winter:
1 car, $1.48; 1 car, $1.48; 1 car $1.44; 1 car,
$1.43; 1 car, $1.43; 6 cars, 11.40; 4 care,
$1.$$; cars, $1.3$; 1 car, $1.37; 1 car,
$1.3$. Sample hard winter: 1 car, $1.40: 1
car, $1.18; 1 car, $1.38; 4 cars, $1.37; 1 car.
$1.$; S cars, $1.3$; 1 oar, $1.33. No. 3
durum: 1 car $1.88(4: 1 car, $1.17. No. 8
mixed durum: 1 ear, $1.33. No. 1 mixed:
1 car, $1.4414. No. 4 mixed: 1 ear, $1.43;
U car, $1.40.
Bye No. 1: 1 ear, $1.16. "e. 1: t cars.
$1 20; 4 cars, $1.14, ......
Barley No. 4: 4 oars (oats mixed), 80c.
No. 1 feed: 1 oar. llo.
Com No. I whits: I cars, 810. No. I
white: $ ears, $lc No. whilst 1 car,
78140. No. $ whits: 1 oar, 7Sc Sample
whltsl 1 ear, 7814c No. 1 yellow! 3 oars.
81c He. I yellows 1 care, 81c. No. 4
yellow: I ear, 80c No. yellow: 1 car,
8014c. Sample yellow: 1 ear. 77 14 o. No. I
mixed: 1 oar, 81c ' Nc 8 mixed: I oars.
30t4o;.i cars, loo: 4 ears, 784oi 1 car,
782c No. mixed:' 1 car, 78HC No. $
mixed: 1 ear, 78o. No. 8 mixed: 1 car,
7714c Sample mixed: 1 car, 77c
Oats Nc 1 whits: 4 cars. 44c standard:
8 oars, 4814ft Nc 8 white: S3 care. 48o.
No 4 white: 4 ears, 41Hc. No. 4 mixed:
1 car, 41c Sample: I oars, 41oi ears,
"omahs, Cash FHeaw-Wlwat: Ms. rd,
1.47I01.43, No. 1 hard. 41.4t1.4$H I No.
4 hard. $1.1101.48: No. 1 spring, $1,480
1 i)T Nc 1 spring, $1.4601-10: N. 1 durum.
ll.ttOl.40; No. $ durom $1.8301.88. Corn:
No. 1 1 whits, 86061o; No. 1 whits, $0140
llo; Nc 4 white. 784 0 8014c; No. I white.
774078Ho; Not 4 white 77 0 78c; No. 3
yellow. 80O 61c; No. 8 yellow. 804O81O:
C. i Hiue. BOattOUc: No. $ yellow 784
seinuet No. 6 yellow. 78 0 764c; Ns 1
mixed. 8014Olc: No. 8 mixed, 7$4O$0Ho;
Nc 4 mixed, 7607840 No. mixed. 760
7tc: No. 4 mixed. 77 0 774c Oata: N, 1
white. 43ti044c; aundard. 430484c; Nc 8
,!,. ill, SIli" Nc 4 white 4804340.
' Barler: Halting, $cJ61.00 No. t feed, 71
063c ttysi Ms. t, U.llOLlOi Nc a, 11.1$
01,14- . - ..
OMAJU nmrmtes TgAaVEaTf.
Omaha, August $. till.
While ths crop reports on wheat wars
tralllsh again today, ths markat ruled a
fraction lower on September wheat
December wheat cloaed steady and May
.w sla hleher.
Trading In Dscember wheat was rather
heavy, with neavy aeuias or we mww bm,
MH-akln bv ton...
la most of ths corn sections ths crop ts
featuring rapidly, and weather conditions
are very favorable, the only bullish re
ports coming from northern Texaa, where
there IS conaiaereiMe uivu.m ...wi.
December oorn. however, remained steady,
'-wane the Hentember option closed 4o lower.
Gets were rather active, with eoneldsrable
MrilM In rjacanlMr.
' The market was Arm. September closing
40 hlgner, ana com ine air ana voeenv
her nations showing fractional salnc
Omaha-closing prloss on futures for this
day:
NEW YORK STOCKS
Profit Taking Acts as Check
on Active Market of
Day.
STEEL THE MAIN PIVOT
New Tork. Aug. 13. Profit taking acted
a check on today'a active market but was
not especially active until the final hour,
when many of the day's gains were re
duced or completely efaced. Short celling
Induced In partly by the delay In the rail
road neeotlatlona at Washington, also
served to bring about the late reversal.
United statee steel was again ins msin
pivot about which the market for the most
part revolved. That stock mads a new
maximum on Its advance of 34 to 64,
from which It tell back to 874, the clos
ing quotation. Dealings In steel were so
exteneive as to overshadow every other
feature of tha market aggregating 360,000
out of a total of 1,076,000 shares.
Demand for ralla was most Insistent in
the forenoon, Union Paclfle leading at a
gross gain of 14, with a further Inquiry
for Reeding and Lehlsh Valley as Weil as
other eallera, St Paul and Great Northern.
All these leeues yielded to toe preseure ot
ths sfternoon. together with coppers, Mexi
cans and some of the remote war lesuea.
Shipping aharoa and the automobile divi
sion were again aubjeet to concerted Belling
movementa, the former by reason of rumors
Indicating another reduction in ocean
freight ratea and ths latter as a reeult of
the new stock offering of the Wllly'a-Ov-erland.
Bethlehem Steel stood out among
the high priced epeolaltles by Its further
gain of 6 to 484 and Cuban-American
sugar lost as much with a moderate recov
ery at the end. There was lees activity In
miscellaneous er unclassified stocks, those
Issues showing no malarial changea. A
slight shading of rates to Berlin end Vlenns
marked the only change In foreign remit
tances, dealings In sterling bills and francs
being extremely light. .
Anglo-French 6s were again the sole f eat
Ar thm ateerfv bond market. Total
sales, par value aggregated $3,66,000.
United Btatee ana rename- .-.vw
4 per cent on alt . ,
Salea. Highest. Lowest. Close.
I. nest Sugar... 8.800 884 "4 "
American Can 18,600 634 14
A. Car at rounary. s.ovw
Am. Locomotive... 14,300 78
Am. Smelt Rer.. 11,400 101
Am. Sugar Ref 00 110
4.l A Tel 1.S00 133
Am! Z. L. S 1.400 36
Opsn. High. Low. Close. Tec
1444-4 1 44 1484 1481 14114
144-4 1 104 144 146 1464
1 $8 1 184 181 188 4 161
81 61 804 04 81
66 44 4 66 46 4 464
43 4 43 4 43 4 43 4 434
44 ' 44 44 44 44
4 4 48 4 441 44 80
Wht.
Sept
llec
May
Corn
Sept
Dec
Oats
Srpt
Dee.
May
' Culcego closing prlres. furnished The Bee
by Logan 44 Bryan, stock and grata broken.
lie noma mxteentn street
Art 1 Open. I High. JLowT Close. 1 Yes.
Wht. I ' Tl
Sept 141-4 I $1 1434 I 44 144
Dec 163-834 1 64 4 1484 1 684 1634
May 167-66 4 1 $6 166 4 1 644 1664
Corn
Sept. (64 : $64 $6 164 164
Dec 1 784-74 744 73 4 74 4 74 4
May ) 774-4 78-8 774 T74-4 174
Oats f
Sept I 46 4 48 4 46 46 4 46 4
Dec, 1 414 - 4 48-4 48 4 48 4 484
May 181-4-4 61 4 63 634-4 414
Pork
Sept 17 1 11 46 3T 40 17 46 If 80
Oct 16 86 ! 46 36 36 16 8 31 36
Dec 8$ $4 81 10 33 80 $ 10 31 IS
Lard
Sept II II II $7 II 71 II II 11 10
Oct 11 10 11 11 13 78 13 81 11 76
Deo. 11 40 1$ 67 1$ $6 II 07 11 11
Ribs
Sept 14 10 14 II 1 IS 14 II 14 17
Oct 14 01 14 07 II 17 14 06 14 07
. Omaha, August 11, 1111.
f. , 1 - Wah Hha.n
Official Monday 11,048 8,338 31,041
Official Tuesday 6,646 6,861 36,132
Estimate Wednesday... 4.000 7,100 30,000
Three days this week. 20,84
Seme days lesl week.. 34. 46
Seme days 3 weeks ago) 6.67
Same deye 3 weeke agol7,48
Same daye 4 weeks sgo 8,001
6,m. days last yearN18,472
16.267 73,173
31,163 87.716
20.621 43,646
47.310 41.40
21,167 31.476
31,376 74,344
Cattle Receipts were felr today, but ths
total of the thaee days thle week amounts
to only 20,864 head, being e falling off of
over 3,000 head as compared with the same
period last week. Buyers were out In the
yards In good season In the morning and
picked out the better grade of both killers
and feeders at prices that were fully steady
and some Individual casea even atrong. Tha
best yearling beeves here aold at $40.40.
A little later on It became apparent that
recelpta were quite liberal, while th de
mand was by no mesne exceslve. The
market weakened, clqalng lower en all
kinds.
Representative sales t
BEEP STEERS.
Nc Av. Pr, Nc
47 10 6 60 8
36
22
73...
6...
14...
2 cows... 06
W. P,
21 steers.. 1280
1 steer. . .1560
22 cows... 668
614
124
77 4
1004
1084
1314
34
884
. la- t. . a. sen 17 u,
Atchlion .MM 10S4 1044 104JJ
Held. Locomotive.. J". ov T t
Baltimore A Ohio.. 6,300
Brook. Rap. Tran.. 300
B. 44 S. Copper 4,600
Cel. Petroleum
Canadian Pacific...
Central Leather....
Chesapeake 4s Ohio.
C, M. A St. P
Chicago A N. W...
C, R. I. 44 P. Ry...
Colo. Fuel Iron.. .14,106 614
i
r. n.e,a Ba 1.900
Crucible Steel ' 'J!
Distillers' Beour...... ; ''w"ji
Ere ...ss.swv ie
General Electric
SS Vti .44
;4
1,600 17 17714 1714
1,600 68 4 67 4 674
200 634 24 34
4,800 "484 44 66
100 1374 1374 12',,
1,400 184 " "S
1.306 68 62 Btt
604 604
16 16
784
464
Ot Northern pfd.
Ot. No. Ore ctfa. ..
Illinois Central,...
inter, con, uorp.
r. Harveelir. . 8.000 11$ 1144 116
it M. Pfd. otfa. 14,800 102 1004 1044
0. BoutVern . 700 86 26? 164
Inspiration Copper. 28,600
Inter.
Int M,
K. C.
Kennecott Copper.
Louis. Naan....
Mex. Petroleum..
Miami Copper....
M , K. 64 T. pfd..
Missouri Pacific.
National Lead 400 67
Nevada Copper S.aoo 184
New York central., ii.eyv ij,
N. T.. N. H. H... 8,600 614
384
1,000 1714 170 4 1704
3,100 11 lis 4
1014
17
83
1 300 404
lllOO 1024 101
84
1,400
174
D4
17
10.600 104 484
180
6,100 108 4 101 4 101 4
1,100 36 4 8 S3 4
200
S4
10
44
03
664
114
106 1064
net so
Norfolk Western-. MOO 1334 1314 1314
Northern Paolflc... 3.700 112 1114 "14
Pacmo Mall l.iov sua
Pac. Tel. st TBI... .... --! .
Pennsvlvsnla 10,800 604
. .. l-.nn.. 1.400 26
Reading "7? ."te
Rep. iron 44 Steel. .16.300 4 "J
Bh., Arlsona Cos.. 3.300 304 34
Southern Pacific. ...13.000 1004 4
Southern Hallway.. ;,;v j.je "jj
Studebaksr Co 1.100 S8
Tennessee Copper.. I.ooo 384 864
Tssse Company.... 1.400 174 i
PaTnoV;....l$.600 14lS
nion raoino pia
86
36
86
t -a.
4VI16
64
34
,,.IAH S
8 S, Ind. Alcohol. 11.800 1174 1144
U. S. Steel pfd....
Utah Copper-....
Wabash pfd. B .
Westsrn Union....
West, Electric
1,600 116 1171
7,600
1,800
800
1,600 63 601i
Hit
Hi
in
UIM,
83
IIS
7
8iS
37
6H
J CHICAGO GRAIN AMD rKOTIMONS.
BortsV k7 CwmiMttNi Bam Bmi 7
Mm f 41
1 Chliro. Au$r. I. Wht after It wcent
fvrrlh fccllvUy, tnrn4 qult today nd
hi$jitr. Corn eloied Ha Irwtr to Ho up
nd Mti hlfhr. Fro vlilotui wr
. Irrtralar wtih no mtrltil ehantte.
Whwt thawed a ttervoui tonethrouRhotit.
It wse twld bjr on elMerver that the bulla
wr afraid ot the preaent hlRh level, and
that nobody wanted to aell short. At the
opening prlcer worked sharply off on lower
rabUa from (Liverpool, but recovered on
- confirmation of export aalea and renewal
of the forltm demand today. The pubtle,
reported eomlnr in last Monday, apparently
had lost Interest. Argentina reported fa,.
verabl weather, but the Roaario market
waa op lc The recent advance there was
taken to Indicate that Europe waa getting
little relief from high prices from that
quarter.
In' the corn pit there waa a aontlment
today balanced ae the proper level of prices
and aa a consequence fluctuations were nar
row most of the day. Prtce dipped early
on, rains, bnt recovered with wheat early
In the aeeston. The government eroo bnl-
tta alee reported Improvement where rains
ma not arrive toe late.
Oata were well supported by speculators
and sash koueea and registered a small
gain for the day. There was a big trads
, In December around 4lo Bxportere were lib
eral buyers and apparently wanted more
than tney eouia get at present prtceej.
Trade In provisions was unsettled. 1
tmiber and December pork closed so down,
but the October delivery lOo up. Lard
worked To higher and ribs SHsfltHc
' townr. a woon rmmn uiness waa reported.
Cash Prlcee-Wheat; No. I red. 1.S4: No.
, It1 red. t.U91.IS4; N. I hard, l.st0
' 11; No. I hard, 1.401.6J H- Corn: No.
fl yellow, IRdHIHo; No. 4 yellow, Bc; Na
v 4 white, IfrHo. Date: No, 3 whit FMc;
standaid. 4-S9-H. Rye; No. I .21H
vs... tamrtmn ucijiiji, weus: iirr.oiny,
nomlaal; clover, $7.449 14.99. fro visions:
Total aalea for tha day, l.Ole.OOO shares.
Kow Terk Money Market.
Kew Tork, Aug. II. Mercantile Paper
IS3 per oeni.
slerling Bohnge--0.day bllla, I4.T1HJ
demand, 14.71 11-14. cable, 14.74 7-14.
Bllver Bar, 44o; Mexican dollars, lie.
Bonds Oovernmint strong; railroad
""ime Loans Ktjry; 40 daya, l9S P
sent; 10 daya, 191 P oent,' els months,
lttv4H per cent.
Call Moneyauady; high, H Pf nt:
low, I per cent; ruling rate I per oent;
last loan, I per oent closing bid. I per
centi offered at I per cent,
n B. ref la, reg. ! l- A N, un 4a... I4H
U. U. rat li, cou K. A T.lslls T4
U B ta. reg....l01M. Pac. con.,4s.l01S
U ill, o'tt .109 Mont Power Ss.. 47
U i74s; reg....l0WN. T. C. deb. 4s..U-K
"d I, . o'u ..110 N. T. City 4Vs
A TAT. C.44B.1104N. T., N. H. 44 H.
An,lo-Fr.nch 6a. 4 cv. 6s 1184
Alch. Qen. 4a $14No. Pac 4 614
Bslt Ohio 4s. 104NO. Pao. 3a...... 664
?B,lh. S. ref. es.lOOJtOrs. & h. rsf. 4s. I lj
Cent Pac. 1st... 87 4'1'ao. T. 44 T. 6B.1014
Chea 44 O. C.44 44Penn. con. 44a. 1044
C B ..!. 4a. 8 Penn. ten. 44s. .1014
C. M. St C.6sl07 Beadlnl sen, 4a 6
r R 1 44 T. Ar. So. Pac ov. 6a. .1044
ref is ........ 714SS. Pac. ref. 4a.. 0
ecolo. 44 S. r.4H. 63 So. Railway 6a.. 101
D, 1 bTQ 0. 4e. 784l"l- Po. 4 864
Krl.ien. 4B 71 Un. Pac. cv. 4s.. S4
olZ Eleotrlo IS..1044U. Rubber IS.102S
OtV So. 1st 44s U; B Steel 6s;;..106g
III. Cent. ref. ts 86 West, Union 44s 664
In" M M. 4 4... 1064 West. El. . $0,131
K. C 8. ref. 6s.. 104 Bld.
Kenans Cltj Orala Msiiiee.
Kaneas City, Ant. II. Caahi Wheat. Ne
I hard. tl.4l)1.66j No. I red. 11.1001.67;
Septen-.ber, $1.4641 December. 11.474! May,
II r,ie.Al 61U.
Corn No. I mixed. $198801 Mo. I white,
83c: No, 1 yellow. 814c; aeptemnsr, "in
4814oi December, !614oj Mar. 6ftO
76 40.
Oata No. I white, 4lf444o; He. 1
mixed, 410484.
Butter Creamery, lao; firsts. Met sec
onds S60; psclilns, II4&
Efie Firsts. 16c,
Poultry Mens, 14c! roosters, l4ci broil-
srs, lie. . .
'
MlneeapolU Orala Market.
Minneapolis, Ao. II. Whaat Septem
ker. 61.6BU: December. 81.664. Caahl No.
1 hard, n$1.I6 4i No. 1 northern, $1.1340
1.83)41 No. I northern, 1.66 401,1.
Flour Unchansed.
Barler 71c$1.0s.
Rye $1.1701.1.
Bran $11.60 0 31.00.
Com No. I yellow, 160870.
Oats No. I white, 444060.
FIB! Seed $1.1408.134.
Si, Leeds Oral, Market.
St. Louis, Ausv 13. Wheat Ns. I red.
I1.II0I.4O; No. I hard, $1.6301.61 Sep.
timber, 61.484c: December, $1,68 4.
Corn No, 1, 16 0 86cj No. 1 white, tie;
September. II4C1 December, 74c
Oats No. 1, 414ci No. 1 white. 460
464C -V . .
iMtVaa Stock Marks.
London. Auf. 18. Amsrlcan securities
were firm, especially united Btatea Steel,
which eold at htsher rente than New Tork,
onntmt oui e setter auppiy ox stock.
Sllv.r Bar, 81 4d par ounce.'
Money 84 per cent -
Discount Rates Short bills, 1406 par
cent urw iwrauiet iasn per oent.
. UTerpool Grela Market,
LWerneol. Ant. II. Wheat Steady: No. 1
Manitoba, 14a lid: Nc I, 14s lOd: Nc I. 14s
sot no. s rwq weeisrn winter, lee lid.
Cora Spot, American, mixed new, 10a 4d.
Beaut Clearlata, -
Omaha. Aut. 33. Bank llearlnts for
omana looey were se.etl.rse.TS, and for ths
corrss ponding ear last year $4,160,701.$,
LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Open Steady, Close
Slow to Lower Sheep
an4 Lambs Lower.
H00S
BULK BEARISH
1006 7 10
........JUUS I IV
I . nee ' e in
1...
81...
11...
41...
...
11...
At.
, 40
, 0
, .874
, 866
Pr.
7 10
7 36
8 66
76
lt 10 40
736 $6 76
667 7 00
.. 700
..1110
..1308
.. 170
.. 138
7 10
7 60
7 76
I 60
I 00
111 7 0
I 16
I 76
II 60
, 776 $6 40
. 770 1 10
. 130 7 10
STOCK STEERS.
.1084 7 36 13
, 346 7 38 $..,.,
. $44 7 60 " 31
VEAL CALVES.
. 188 8 16 $....,
. Ill I 78 1....,
. 130 10 10
FEEDERS
.701 6 60 11
WESTERNS.
WYOMINO.
17 steers.. 1184 $8 60 1 stser...H40 II II
$steers..H7l 7 60 I cows. ..1111 110
SOUTH DAKOTA.
I feeders. 140 7 II 6 cows. ..1044
I 16 I cows... 1031
Rtcketts Wyomlnt
8 00 81 steers.. 1334
8 60 14 steers.. 1133
6 86
J. Strlntfellow South Dakota.
lateen.. 866 7 00 I feeders. 730
John Whltakar Wyomlnt.
80 cows. .. 086 1 10.
J. L. Flmm Nebrsaka.
llstkatrs. 806 7 66 Istkcws 806
U. P. Parks 44 Co. Wyomlnt.
4 of strs. 671 7 00 10 bf strs.1311
Freeland Co. Wyomlnt.
tlstkstrs. 866 7 86 81 atk sirs. 100
H. P. Zentner Nebraska.
I real civs 136 7 80 Ustkhfa. 710 10
E. A. Smith s. D.
$ stk atrs.1036 7 30 7 atk stn.1110
J. Deal Colorado.
7 cows... 1001 6 16 I steers. . $8$
C. A. Thurston Nebraeka.
4stkcwal060 1 80 7 stk his. 644
13stkstrs.l006 7 00
Andy Snyder Nebraska.
6 stk strs. 676 6 60 8 atk his. 713
$ cowa. . . 70 4 7$
Jamas Petsrson Nsbraska.
31 feeders. 63 7 16 1 feeder.. 811
R. W. Moren Nebraska.
46 cows... 880 I 86
J. Peal Colorado.
6 feeders. $70 6 70 8 feeders. 61$
t steers.. $40 $00 14 heifers. $11
O. W. Faulkner Idahc
11 cows... 1041 160
Donald McDonald Wyomlnt.
I feeders. 10U 7 76 IS Bteere.,1166
Dan Pllney Nebraska.
13 stk atrs. 861 7 11 I cows... 1011
Hots Tjocally receipts wers not
touth to cause any reaction, but a run of
80,000 head at Chlcato snabled paokers to
put prices on the down track. Early ship
ping demand was slack, although a row or
tha best shlpplnt klnda sold sn a steady
basis rltht at ths Btart of ths trade, tope
again reaohlnt $10.76, ths new hlth mark
for tha year established yesterday.
Packers hunt back during the nrst hour
or so, apparently havlnt no definite orders
They mads a few onera at declines of a
quarter or more, but sellers who were aek-
Int steady prices did not even' consider
these as blda. Buyers stayed on the fenoe
until pretty cloee to 10 o'clock, but they
kept hammerlnt away with lower bids, un
til sellers flnslly resllsed that ths reaction
waa here and that declines were In order.'
When paoklnt hots Anally atarted to move
It waa at prices that wers 100300 lower
Some aellers who refused to cut loose et
ths reduction, holdlnt for eteadr prlcee,
still had hots left tor ths close and In some
caasa they were unabla e,s sven get blda at
that tints, buysrs claiming thslr droves were
filled out Fifteen or more loads wore re
ported as still In first hands at noon. Bulk
of ths hogs was quoted at 10 0 30c below yea-
terday, moat of the salsa landing at 810.00
010.26. Thsrs were scattering aalea, mostly
to Bhlppers en up to $10.76, ths top, but
more than three-fourths of ths total ef
ferlnga sold at $10.36 end undsr.
Repressntatlvs sales:
Nc Av. 8h. Pr. Nc At.
63. .884 110 $6 86 68. .80$
7 76
7 16
7 80
4 II
I 40
7 II
7 10
7 41
I 10
4 40
I 1$
I 10
I 60
T 60
6 1$
large
46. .171
60.. 171
71.. 161
It.. $43
S3. .117
61. .18$
88.. 334
10 08
... 10 16
... 10 16
... 10 46
... 10 66
80 10 70
... 10 76
68. .18
60. .116
66.. 868
74. .137
.80.. 106
16.. 117
Bh. Pr.
10 10 00
... 10 10
10 10 10
... 10 10
10 10 10
... 10 61
... 10 71
Sheep The supply continued of good pro.
portions not only here, hut at most other
points ss well, and on the early rounds
packets appeared to be very Indifferent,
Their bark proved to be worse than their
bite, however, for while trading was a little
later In starting than on previous daya of
the week early ealee were not considered
more then 10c lower, and aome tradarB did
not auota aven that much decline.
In fact, the medium grades ot lambs wers
thought to be nearly ateady in a good
many caaee. though on beet kinds a full
lOb reduction waa quoted. Beot lambs hare
Duffy's In Camp
is a' blessing. The need of this
dependable tonic stimulant often
arises.
Change el water, climate end nods el
life brras ebout fndUpoettlono ons least
expects. Xt Is ta jut such smsrtsnclss
that the value of .
Duffy's
Pore Malt
proves its Invariable worth. A tablespooii
ful In water five to- tho alek in a
rterfUy aassiBllabl form all tha aourish
mr and tenia properties from barley and
other trains, which are great itmgth
(Wini foods,
Duffy's has always been th traveler'
safeguard an eftieaetous remedy for
ehUla. fever, eolda dysentery, diarrhoea
and sammer ill. A bottle or two in
your crip will make H handy for yon
Gt Duffy's
' nnd
Ka Weir
At meet draaj.
3 lets, grocers anr
ealeri, $1. If they
can't eupply you,
writ us. Useful
household booklet
free.
Tha Duffy Malt Whbkey Ce
RehtM. N. Y.
ailed to net IH., but they were not In
he same class with yesterday's 110.71
muff. Bulk of today's offerings sold up
vard from $10.36, with soma ot th plainest
kinds under that price.
Feeders opened a little slow, buyers feel
ing around In an attempt to fill orders at
lower figures than those that were In force
yesterday, but while tops were not so high
as on Tuesday bulk of the offerings sold
fully ateady. The forenoon top was the
same aa that on fat lambs, $10.10, while
anything detlrabte eold upwards from
110. ii, with weighty and undesirable grades
on down to 110.00. The facts ot the case
are that feeders and killers are for the
first time this season selling in practically
the earn notches. Feeder sheep were again
scare. As high aa 11.60 was given for two
car ox young Breeding ewee, ranging irom
1-year-old up.
Fat sheep were also scarce and the mar
ket waa called steady. Pretty decent kinds
of owes are selling aa high as f.7t, with
good wethers at 17.0007.25, and best range
yearling at it.d.
etc., 16.301.00; feeding oowe and. heifer,
I4.7S.90.66.
Hogs Receipts, 4,104 head; market
steady to 20c lower, light, ft.fOty ia.es ;
miied, 11 i 06 010.30 ; heavy, f 10.SftO10.Ti.
Sheep and Lambs Heclpt, TOO head;
market lOtjltc lower; ewes, 17.00; lambs,
I8.600f.lli.
102 Nebraska feeding ewee. . .
130 Idaho ewee
40 Idaho feeder yearlings...
463 Idaho feeder yearlings...
43 Idaho yearlings
34 Idaho feeding lambs
033 Idaho feeding Iambs
17 Nebraska feeding lambs.
071 Idaho lambs
126 Idaho lambs
161 Idaho lambs
1703 California lamb
050 Idaho lambs
394 Idaho lambs
701 Idaho lambs . .,
133 Wyoming ewes
1034 Wyoming lamD
112 Wyoming feeder Iambs.
204 Wyoming feeder lambs.
333 Wyoming feeder lamb.
141 Utah feeder lambs
ST Wyoming feeder lambs.
SI Wyoming feeder ewes.
Av.
..101
,. It
Pr.
t 76
t 60
7 SO
7 0
..103 T 60
.... 66 10 16
..67 10 00
10 16
SI
78
'.'.'.'.10i
10 36
10 3d
10 86
10 76
10 26
10 80
10 36
t T6
10 40
10 oe
10 66
19 SU
t 06
05
S 00
tt. LouU Uve Stock Market.
. Bt Louis. Aug. 22.- Cattle Receipts,
,700head; market, steady; native beef
steers $7.00010.76; yearling steers and
heifers, $8.60 0 1 0.10; cows. 16.607.71;
stockera and feeders, $6.30(28.00; Texas
steer. $6.600 1 60 i prime southern steers,
S8.uoas.00: cows and heirers. l4.6oeB.oo:
prime yearling steers and heifers, $7,600
$.00; native calves, $8.00 11.60.
Hogs -Receipt. 0,000 head: market,
tower; pigs and lights. $7.60011.00; mixed
and butchers $10.80011 16; good heavy,
$11.1001180; bulk ot aales, $10,86611.10
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,900 shead;
market steady; lambs, $6 00010.60;
slaughter ewes, $6.0007.26; bleating ewes,
$9.00010.00; yearlings, $6.0000.60. V
hTsneas City TJea Stock Market.
Kansas City, Mo.. Aug. 33. Cattle Re-
eelpta, 14,000 head; market steady; feed
steers, $0.00010.76; dressed beef steesr, $7.00
VS. to: western steers, S6.76gpS.0u; stockers
and feeders $6,7607.90; bulls, $6.3607.00;
oalves, $6.006U-00.
Hogs Receipts, 9,000 head: market lower:
bulk. $10.20010.70; heavy, $10.00010.60:
packers and butchers, $10.20010.80; light,
$10.36010.71; pigs, $8.76010.80.
Sheep and LambsJ Receipts, 6,000 head;
market lower; lambs, $11.00011.60; year
lings, $7.6001.86; wethers $7.2608.00;
ewes, $0.7607.36.
Sioux City Uve Stock Market.
Sioux City, la,. Aug. 28. Cattle Re
ceipt, 1,400 head; market steady; beef
steers, $6.00010.20; butchers, IG.7S7.75;
nannera, $3.7606.26; stockers and feeders,
$6.2607.26; calves, $7.60011.00; bulls, stags.
CHICAGO UVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle, Wank; Hogs, Steady Seef
Steely.
Chicago, Aug, 28. Cattle Recelpta, 21,
000 head; market weak: beef cattle, $0.70
11.00; western steers. $6.4008.76; stockers
and feeders, $4.9007.66; cows and heifers.
SS.60O9.16; calves, $8.76012.00.
Hogs Receipts, 27,000 head ; market
steady to 10c lower; bulk of. sales, $10.60'
11,16; light, $10.6011.20; mixed. tlO.JQO
11.36.
Sheep and Lambe Receipts, 22,000; mar
ket steady to lower; wethers. I6.30OT.86;
ewes, $3.0007.40; Iambs, $.760lO.S6. .
NEW TORK OPTCRAL MAMSXZ.
QooUtten of the Day on tho I ding Cent-
84. Joeeph live Stock Market '
St. Joseph, Aug. 33. Cattle Receipts,
1,700 heed; market steady; steers, $6,600
10.60; cows and heifers, $4.0000-60; calves,
$6.00011.00.
Hogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market lower;
top, $10.06; bulk of sales, $10.16010.60.
Shesp and Lambe Receipts. 4.600 head;
market lower; lambs, $10.00010-60; ewea,
$6.7607.26.
Llv Stock In Sight.
Cattle. Hogs. - Sheep.
St. Louis 6.700 9,000 1,900
South Omaha 4,000 7,100 30 000
Chicago 21,000 27,000 22,000
Kansas City 14,000 9,000 6.000
Sioux City 1,400 4,600 700
Totals 17,100 67,600 4S.S00
Cotton Market,
New York, Aug. 38. Cotton Market
opened barely ateady; August, none; Octo
ber, 14.70c; December, 14.76c; January,
14.74c: March, 14.S6o; May, 16.02c
Cotton futures closed steady. October,
14.90c; December, 14.98c; January, 16.01c:
March, 16.16c; May, 16,30c.
Spot cotton ateady ; middling uplands,
16.10c. No sales.
The cotton market closed steady at a
net advance of 4 to 18 paints. '
Liverpool, Aug. 28. Cotton Spot easier;
good middling. 9.22d; middling, 9.06d, low
middling, S.90d; cales, 6,000 bale.
Metal Market.
New Terk, Aug. 32. Metals Lead quiet,
$6.6006-76. Spelter quiet; spot East St.
Louis delivery, $9.2609-76. Copper firm;
electrolytic $26.60026.00, Iron steady and
unchanged. Tin quiet and strong, $38.37 ft
038.67ft.
At London: Spot copper, f 110; future,
1170 10s; electrolytic, 128; spot tin, 1199
6s; futures, 170 7a Sd; lead, 30 6s; spelter,
66.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruit.
New Tork, Aug. 23. Evaporated Apples
Quiet; fancy, 7 O 7 a i choice, 6 d? 6 ft c ;
prime, 606o. ,
Dried Fruits Prune Steady; California,
SttOSc; Oregon, TOllc Apricots, quiet;
choice. 12012ftc; extra choice, 12 ft 18c;
choice, ISftOlSfto. Peaches, quiet; choice,
6c; extra choice, 7c; fancy. 7o. Raisins,
steady; loose muscatels, qpic; choice to
fancy seeded, 708c; seedless, ift10ftc.
v . .
Sugar Market. ,
New Tork, Aug. 28. -Sugar Raw, nomi
nal; centrifugal, 6.76o; molasses, 4.96o. Re
fined, quiet; fine granulated, 70T.260. . Fu
tures at noon war 10 to 12 points lower.
New Tork, August 23. Flour, firm;
spring patent. $8.1608.66; winter patent,
87.01O7.90; winter straights, $7.800 3.66.
Wheat-vSpot, Irregular; No. 1 durum.
$1.114; No. t hard, $1.07; No. 1 Northern
Duluth. 61.76 ft; No. 1 Northern Manitoba,
$l.7Sft, f. o. b. New Tork.
Corn Spot, easy; No. t yellow, tSe, c i. f.
New Tork.
Oat Spot, firm: No. S white, SlftOSIc.
Hay Juiet; prime, $1.30; No. 1. $1.36;
No. 2, $1.1001-16; No. I, $1.06; Shipping,
76080c.
Hops Steady; state, common to choice,
1916, 10O17c; 1914, 67c; Paclflo coast,
1916, 10014c; 1914, 709c
Hides Steady, Bogota, 32ft 03c; Central
America, 32ftc.
Leather Firm; hemlock firsts, !7o; aeo
onds, 96c. . ' -
Provision Pork, strong: mess, $30,000
$29.60; family, 63.0030.00; short dear,
128.000:8. 00. Beef, firm; mess, $19,600
20.00; family,' $22,000-9.00. Lard, easy;
middle west. 14.10OH.!0,
Tallow Firmer; city, 7ftc; country. TKO
$ftc; special. Sftc, -
Butter Firm; receipts. 18,662 tubs;
creamery extras 82ft33o; firsts. 81082c;
seconds, 210ftc.
Egtfn Firm; receipts, 13.409 casea; fresh
gathered, extra fine, 84036c; extra firsts,
82038c: firsts, 29031c.
Cheese Firm; receipts, 4,781 boxes; state
fresh special, 17ft017c; tate, average
fancy, I8ft01e.
Poultry Alive, firm; no prices ettled.
Dressed, weak; broilers Vl&li fowls, 170
22ftp; turkeys, 36082c
. , . Coffee Market.
New Tork, Aug. 23. The market for
coffee futures, waa firmer today on covering
by near shorts and moderate trade buying,
followed by reports that some of the Bra
il t lan shippers were asking higher prices
Un the cost and freight market. Trading
waa quiet at the start but the opening was
1 to 2 points higher and business became
more active during the day with September
contracts selling up to 8.73c and May to
9.04c, about 2 to 31 points above tha low
level of yesterday and 16 to 19 points net
higher. The close was a shade from the
best under reel lain with last pprlces show
ing net galne of from 9 to 13 points. In
cluding exchanges from September to later
months, sale amounted to 77,000 bags.
August, 8.69c; September, 8.69c; October,
8.71c; November, $.72c; December, 8.73c;
January, 8.77c; February, 8.81c; March,
8.86c; April, 8.90c; May 8.96c; June, $.00c;
July. 9.06.
Spot Fair demand, Rio 7's, 9ftc; Santos
4's, lOftc. Bales of Santos coffees were re
ported in the cost and freight market, but
the 'prices were not mentioned. Some of
yesterday' lowest offers from Brastl were
reported higher today, but qoutatlons still
ranged fromabout 10.60c to 10.86c for Santos
4's.
Official reported no change In Brazilian
market, except Santos futures, which were
26 rels lower to 26 rels higher.
. Oils ai
Savannah, Oa.. Aug. 28. Turpentine
Firm; 42Ko; sale, 898 bbl.; recelpta, 460
bbls.; shipments, 310 bbls.; stock, 18,618
bbl. .
Rosin Firm; sales, 1,777 bbls.; receipts.
1,668 bbls.; shipments,' 268 bbls.; stock, 67,
281 bbls. Quote: A, B $6.90; C, D. $6.96; E.
$6.00; F, I6.0&; O, $6.07ft; II, $6.26; I,
$6.30; K, M, N, $6.3$6.36; WO, $6.66; WW,
$6.7606-80. .
OltAllA GENERA SAaalR,
Butter No. 1 creamery. In oartona ot
tub. 3ftc; No. t, 38c.
Cheeew--l reported Rwisa. in., see; vosnea-
te Bwisa, sic; oiock Swiss, zee; (wins,
triplets. 17ftc: daisies, itfto: Toung Amer
lea, lOftc: blue label brick. 18fto; Urn
berger. 20ej New York white, 30o; Kocque
fort. Sec. - '
FRESH ' FISH Halibut, 18c, catfish,
small, 17c; catfish, large steak. 16c; red
salmon. 14c; fall ralmon, llo; whltrfish, su
perior Selkirk and. other northern stock, 16c;
trout. No. 1, 17c, yellow pike, No. 1, ISo;
bullheads, 16c; carp, No. 1, So; black baa.
22c; crepple. medium, 16c; pickerel,
dressed, fancy, llo; steak codfish, shore
fish, 13c; tlleflsh (new), be: red snapper,
13c; Spanish mackerel, 16c; Lake Erl. Jura
bo whltefleh, 23c; flounders, fancy stuck,
11c; fresh headless shrimp, per gaU, 11.36;
fresh reeled shrimp, per gaL, $3.00.
Beet Cut Ribs; No. 1. ISftc; No. t,
17ftc; No. 2, lie Loins: No. 1, 23ftc; No.
2, 19c; No 3, loftc. Chuck ; No. 1. 19ftc;
No. 2, 13ftc; No. 3, lOftc Rounds: No..l,
lSKo; No. t, ISftc; No. 3, IJftc Plataat
No. 1, 10c; No. 2, 9ftc; No. I, 9c,
Fruit and vegetable prteaa furnished by
Olllnsky Fruit Co . mmt mM w .
Fruits Oranges: Sa. 100. 334. 840s, hex.
$4; 120. 288s, $4,60; ISO, .$6; 174s. 10 Oe,
216, 260s. $6.26. Lemon: Golden Bowl.
300a, 360a, box, $9.50; Hill's Reds, 300. 860.
$9. Apples: Oravenateln, box, $3.36; Bell
flowers (duo 19th), $1.7$; cooking apple,
bbl., $3.
Dectdioua Fruits Peaches: Blberta, Cal.,
crate, $1.36; Carmen, Colo., extra, $1.06;
Carmen, Colo., fancy, $1 : Carmen, Colo.,
choice, 96c. Ore pee: Malaga, crate, $2.
Pears: Cil. Bart let ts, crate, $2.60; choice
Cat Bartletts, $3.28; Colo. Clappa $2.10,
fancy 6-tier $2.26, choice 6-tier $2.26, choice
J -tier $2; Colo. Bartletts $2.76, 6-tler $3.60,
fancy 6-tier $2.60. Watermelons: Lb., lc.
Cantaloupea: Standards, crate, $3; ponys.
$2.50; flats, $1.25; Mission Bell, JOs, $2.16.
Bananas: Bunch, $1.76 to $3.80.
Vegetables Bweet potatoes, hamper,
$1.86; Cel.. 100 -lb. orates. $4.26; petntoes,
bu., f 1 ; Spanish onions, crate, $3 ; Cal.
onion, lb.. 3 ft c ; tomatoes, basket, IS.
Michigan celery, doi., 40o; peppers, basket,'
60c; peas, 'basket, $1; head lettuce, dos..
$1; corn, dps., 16c; garlic, lb., 30c.
Poultry-fK-Brollers. 1ft to 2ft lb-. Ho:
broilers, over 2ft lb., 16c: hens, over 4ft
lb., lie; hens, under 4ft lbs., 13e; rooster
and stags, Itfft 10c; geese full feathered tat,
10c; young and old ducks, full feathered,
fat, 12c; turkeys, any . sis over I pounds,
14c; turkeys, less than t pounds,' half price;
old toms, 24c: capons, lbs. and over, 31o;
guineas, each, 26c; squabs, homer, 14 ox.
each, per dor., $4.00; squab, homer, 13 vs.
each, per doi., $3.00; aquab, homers, 8 es.
each, per dos., $1.60; squab, homers, under
8 os, each, per dos., 60c; pigeons, per do.,
76c.
Miscellaneous Crackerjack, com pops
and checkers, case, $3.60; half oases, $1.76;
peanuts, Special No. 1, lb., 8ftc; Jumbo
peanuts, 8c; popcorn, ' case, $2.60; honey,
new, case, $3.76.
- Dry Goods Market.
New Tork, Aug. 23, Advances ranging
from fto to ftc a yard were' made on
denims today. 9ome southern dress ging
hams were advanced 2ft per ' cent About
1,000 bales 86-inch brown sheetings were
sold for export. .
Oppose Sale of Isle.
' New Tork, Aug. 28. Sentiment in Den
mark 1 atrongly against the sale of the
Danish West Indies to the United States,
according to Cpunt Frederick Moltke, a cap
tain In the Danish army, who arrived here
today aboard the Scandinavian-American
line steamship. Hellwlg Oval. j!
$250,000,000
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Dated September 1, 1916
TWO-YEAR 5 SECURED LOAN
GOLD NOTES
DIRECT OBLIGATIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT
Interett payable March 1 and September 1
Due September t, 191 8
Frinelpal and interett payable in United States gold coin," at the office of J. P. Morgan 4k Co., without
deduction for any Britith taxes, preient or future. , v;
i ; " CoupimNottMef$t,m.$S,00$mJ$10,m. r v . ''.'
RedeernabU at the option of foe doiiemmrt
At 101 and accrumd folerest an mny aterts prior to September I,
At 109 1-1 end accrues" nttrttl 6n Stpttmbtr 1, 1917, and on any date thtrtatttr prior, ta maturity.
To be secured by pledge with The Farmen Loan & Trust Vompany, of New York City, under a pledge agreement exe
cuted by the government, oj securities approved by J. P. Morgan & Co., of an aggregate value of at least $300,000,000, cal
culated on the basis of. prevailing market prices, sterling securities being valued in dollars at the prevailing rate of exchange, viz:
' ' - - A- -Value '
Stock; bond and or other securities corporation organized in the United Statee tl09,000fi09 '
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maker or guarantor, and ttockt, Sofia's and or other eecuritiee of the Canadian taeifia ' '
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eit., of Argentina, CnKs, Norway, iweaen, uenmarm, iunitertana ana er
guarantor,
Holland .
100,000,000
Pending the arrival and deposit of securities as above, the Government w 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 cash equal to five-sixths of such value. All such temporary collateral is to be exchanged from
tim to Um ' th tarn relative proportion! upon th depotU o th above imtfkned ucwritie.
If the fledged 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. -v- .
. The Government is to reserve the right from time to time to sell for cash any of (he pkdged securities, in which event th
proceeds of sale are to be received by the Trust Company and applied to the retirement of notes by purchase, if obtainable)U '
prices not exceeding the then redemption price, and otherwise by redemption by ht at the redemption price.
The Government is to reserve the right also to make substitutions of securities, but such substitutions are not . to vary int
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.., v
This offering is made subject to verification of the list of collateral, and to the approval of the necessary details by
Counsel. ' . ' y: -
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YIELDING SLIGHTLY OVER 56 PER CENT.
Subscription books will be opened at the office of J. PK Morgan tt 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, tn their discretion. .
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