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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1916.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Market is Stead With Excel-
) , lent Cash Demand and
I' Heavy Beceipts.
OOBN MARKET RUNS WZAK
i ' ; ' ' " Omaha, Auvuit IS. Mil.
Th market wu sttadjr today with twavy
receipts and an excnnt can demand,
No. S hard wha( aold allghtlr lower Jhan
yaaterday a price, but the bulk of the No.
I- and No. S hard aold well up around the
prtMia of the prevloua day.
' The corn market waa not rery itronc and
,. rjiled from He to lo lower. '
. T-ft demand, however, waa sufficient to
iKK car or the receipta, which totaled
Vallna mil as. 1.1 tat u- a. t nl11v
tfce same price, and both of three varieties
etd trom He to lo la advance of the mixed
, Oata receipta were good and the demand
fer all trade of this cereal waa very active.
A The oat market waa steady, the standard
and No. white elilns; at 44c, and the No.
I; white belli r around 4 He V bushel. No.
white oats sold He under ths No. i whits.
nd the bulk of- ths sample white brought
' The rye market was nominally unchanged,
and barley was quoted at from unchanged
to 4 h I her.
Liverpool close: Wheat lower to Hd
btiher; corn, HId htffher.
- Prtmfcry wheat receipts wers 1, 771. 990
JeuahAla and shipments 1,101,00 bushels,
an Inst receipta of 1,112.090 bushels and
shipments of 1,111,000 bushels last year.
. Primary com receipta were 617,000 bush
eel and shipments 412,000 bushels, against
receipt of 481,000 bushel aijd shipments
v iir.duv ousneip iasi- yvar.
Frimary oats recelnta were S.081.000 bush
tb and thlpments 010,000 bushels, a gainst
receipt of 1.411,000 bushels and shtpaaentg
or i.m.gw nusneis last year.
' '. CARWT RECEIPTS.
wheat. Corn. Oata.
St. Louts .......
. a t h.ea sale, war. r ported today:
' Wheal No. 1 hard wlnt.r: t can, 11.41.
0.' 3 hard wlnt.r: 4 car., 11.49; 23 cam,
ll.ttta. II l i n, 11.41; 1 oar, 11.47.
No.e hard wlnt.r:. 1 ear, tutci 3 cars.
I 41; I care, 11.47; 11 car., 11.47; I-e ear,
11.414 ; 1 ear, ll.4i; 1 oar, IMlVs. I eara.
1.44, No. 4 hard winter: 1 ear, 11.44; I
ran, 11.44; 1 oar, 1.44; 3 3-3 ear., 31.44
oars. IMI; 1 ear, 31.43; 1 car. 11.41'; I
.aara,-S1.M: 3 eara, 11.31: I eara. 31.33. Sam
le- hard winter: l car, 31.11; 3 eara, 31.31;
1 far, fl.33. ,No. 3 sprint: 1 car, 31.10. No.
4 sprint: -t-1 car. 31.37 44. No. 3 durum
a eara. 31.43. No. 3 durum:-1 ear, 31.41,
Bampla durunl: 1-3 oar, 3141.' No. 3 mixed:
t eac 11.43. No. I mlied: 1 oar, 11.43 v.; 1
3er, tl.lt. Ho, - 4 mixed: 1 car, 11.43; 1
r-ar, f 1.44; 3 oara, 31.43; 1 ear, 31.43; 1
jar, 11.43; J ear, 11.41; ear, 31.13. No.
4 durum mUod: t car, 31.43; tear, 11.40.
, Rye No. 3: 1 ear, 31-13. Mo, 3: 3 can,
1.19. No. 4: car. 91. 17.
. barlsy No. 3: 1 ear, 31.93.
Corn No. 1 whin: 1 car. VsC. No. 3
- while: 1 ear. lOUc; 1 car. 39c. No. 3 whit.
3 can. 39c No 4 whit.: 1 ear, 711,0. No.
1 yellow: 4 eara; 39 e. No. 3 yellow: 3 eara,
tie. No. y.low: 1 oar, 73c; 1 car 73 o.
Mo. I mind; 3 eara, 73o; 1 ear, Ttltc
Mo. 3 mlied: 3 3-i can, 7r; 1 ear, 7o;
a, car. 79c No. 4 mUl: 3 eara, 710. No.
aslssd: I ear,. 79c No. 3 mixed: 1 oar, 71a;
... . . ' .
Oato No. I white: 1 ear, 44o; t oar,
444. Standard! 7 eara, 44c, No 3 white:
1 ear 4loi 14 3-3 eara. 4114c. No. 4 white:
1 eara, 43c. Sample: 1 car, 43c; 3 ear., 424,0;
i-3 car, 4loi l ear, 41 e.
v Omaha Caoh Prlcea Wheat: No, t hard,
11,47 1.41; No. hard, 31.44tyl.t9: No.
hard. 31.93 01.44; No, 3 .print. 31.490
1,(1; No. 3 serin,, 31.443)1.19; No. 3 durum.
il.tSOl.41; No. 9 durum, 31.311.41. Corn:
lo. 3 white, S9t3e; No. 3 white, 794)
99c : No. 4 white. 74 0 74e: No. 3 white,
t774c No. white, 77977o: No. t
allow, 10 30 e; No. 9 yellow, 7tt)le;
No. 4 yellow, 7379e No. 3 yellow, 79
foue: No. I fellow. 71e79oi No. 9 mixed.
;tMt)790S No. mixed, 79t)79os No.
Mlxoa. 747ao; wo., o mixea. ,.vi.c;
Ko. 9 mixed, 744979c. Oate: No.' 3 white,
4i44c; standard. llOHoi No. 3 whit.,
9J41Hc. No. 4 white, 41 9)1 to. Bar
ley: ataltloi. 90009193; No. 1 feed, 740
0ft Ural No. 9, ll.1301.ltl No. 3, 11.13
f I.M. . ." ''?- ' ... . . '
omasa mtpM name . 1 v
A' ' Omaha. Jtueu.t 33. 1919.
Heavy haymf ol wheat by exporU In the
United Stated eaah market caused 4 aharp
-aa.anoe in waeau
the openlnt In wheat waa oteady snd
Ihe market auKered a elliht decline In
ant.mhw .nd tee.mber durina the early
art of the aeealon, but ulckly raaoted and
eloaed le hlfher on September, 3o up
n Deoember, and to hlfh.r on the May
The reports on corn were very neour4f
1r. but the market waa eonalderably ln
lluenced by the atrenath In wheat, ant
...loaed Ho hither oa taptombar, and a
hither on Peoember,
' There waa eomo bad crop reports en eatt
received from Canada and alao- 4 iretty
, food export demand for thla ooreal. i
, The market waa Arm, and ahowed 4 tain
of io on September oate. The tradtnt In
tnia marKet waa mouoraieiy active. L'ooem
her and liar, cloalne about Ha hlaaar.
, Omana oieelna prlcee on luuirva lor thla
i l eo.
Onen. I High. Low, Cloee. Tea."
'. 47 :
Open. I lllth. Ilow.l Cloee. I Tea.
Oilcaao cloalna oAcee. furnlahed The Bee
j.J9 Lotan A Bryan, atock and train broker..
mr ooutn nixteenin eireet
Jan, :J It tt
- CHICAGO OKAIN AND mOVIRIOXS. v
Chicago, Aug. ll.rree purchasee of
wheat by oaporters rescued that market
from earlier doldrums and the close was
at the top, with- advance ranging from
1 In May to an extreme lo In September.
Other pita also advanced orn to l0
li oata to me, nd provision I to 16c.
, Indifferent cables and-a lingering belief
that,. th. market had. not-sufficient reaction
after the sharp advances, brought out long
..wheat at the ' opening, and Immediately
thereafter, and prices worked off le under
yeaterday'B dea - before the slump waa
, teohed. . Many - longs sold out and seme
profeaalonala took a chance on the short
tide- nl the face of the almost, unanimous
propaganda. FoMlsers cams Into the mar
ket at once. Cash premiums advanced to
the highest of the season. A trade journal
tsted that tho milling demand waa unpre
cedented.. This, with the crop damage re
ports, dry weather In Argentina and the
hort European crop, malntsitred the funds
mentgl strength of the situation during the
itay, and paved the way for the quick re
ions to tho foreign purchases. "
Corh prices dipped reluctantly with wheat
-after a higher opening, but advanced when
1 h wheat upturn developed. There was a
Fair . ahlpptng Inquiry today and spot was
firm. Argentine ttora waa being fed, aa that
tountry was aald to have heavy demand
4or meats, .
,, The market for oata wu strong and
actlvp on the theory that thla cereal com-.vai-ed
with others hi relatively the eheapeet
thing In the pits. Exporters and comnl.
jilun houoea were heavy buyers.
The spot market wu strong' and He
. khortfl and speculators were heavy buyers
t provlstona, under which stimulus prlcea
hdvajuad actively. Foreignsrs ware said to
,b taking th goods. Perk advandad I to
.lie; Urd. II a tie, and rlba, loo. '
wi.i7iwt-wBii: 2 red, n.ixu
To. I red, s lMI!4!.ll4i No. 3 hard.
IMftl.UH: No. I hard 11-11 1.61.
Kvrn; no, t ysiiow, ithvhhc; No. 4 yel
low. ISH; No." 4 white, 4a Oata: No. I
whits, 4fH4Tc; standard, HQilc. Rve:
K;1, l.l44l.tl; barley, lie Oil II Heeds:
timothy, nominal clover, 7. 90014.00.
i'uOMlf' M,'0f! ta-2t
. feltry AHva, ateadr;' fowla. UOiToi
springs. MtJIlc. "
. Uutlt tTlnai reeelpts, 1,401 tuba; tiraam-
ery .aLl V io: aatra flrsta, IOIOHo;
sVr lna; receipt. 7,461 rases; flrsta
WHf ei inary firsts, lUHot i
mark, as Included, II ft :4c.
Chosas Steady; daisies, lHlHc:
horns, M.fl1c; Americas, . 170170;
Potatoes Higher; receipts, 10 cars; Jer
sey bulk cobblers. I1.I0Q1.II; Minnesota
and Early Ohloa, Ih08.gll.10.
KKW YORK GENERAL MABKKT.
4aaatl0 of tho Day mm the Leading Cam
New Tork, Aug. 16. Floor Market Arm;
wheat, spot, stronjr; No. 1 durum, 11.64;
No. I hard, 11.11 W; No. i northern, Duluth.
$1.77; No. 1 northern, Manitoba. 11.71,
f. o. b. New Tork.
Corn Spot Firm; No. 3 yellow, II Ho o.
U t. New Tork.
Oats Spot Firm: No. S white, 63964c.
Hay Steady: prime. 11.10; No. 1, 11.26:
No. I, 11.1091.11; No. I, 11.06; shipping,
HopsQuiet; state, common to choice.
1016, 10917c; 1014, 607c; Pacific Coast,
1116, 10014c: 1114. 7fc.
Hideo Steady, Bogota, l2H0llc; Central
Leather Steady: hemlock nrtta. 17c; see
Provisions Pork, strong: mess, 911.600
10.00: family. IZl.OO03O.OO: short clear.
110.00031.00. Beef, strong; mess, 120.000
30,60; fsmly, 121.00921.00. Lard, strong;
middle west, 114.10014.40.
Tallow Firm: city. 7 'Ac; country. 740
IHc; special, He.
Butter weaker; receipts, io,4s? tubs;
creamery extra, 12 0 lie ; first, 10 0
lino seconds, iihoioc.
Kggs easier; receipt, ll.hl cue; iresn
gathered extra fine, 13014c;, extra firsts,
11032c; firsts. 11010c.
Poultry Alivs, firm; chickens, lltte; no
other price quoted. Pressed, frm and dn
changed. ' '
OMAHA GBNKBAIa MAMfcBT.
Buttr No. 1 oreamery. In carton or
tubs. I0ci No, I, lie.
Cheese Imported Swiss, lb., 46o; domes
tic Swiss, lie; block Swiss, ttai twins, 17o;
triplets. 17 He; daisies. IT Ho; Toung Amer
lea. HHot blu label brick, UHc; Urn
berger, I0o; Now ork whits. lOo; Rooque
FRESH FISH Halibut, l!c, catfish,
small. 17et catfish, large steak, 16c; rod
aatmon. 14c; fall ralmon, lie; whltrflah, su
perior Selkirk ant other nortnsrn stoca, ic;
trout. No. 1, 17c. yellow pike, No. 1, 10c;
bullheads, 16c; carp. No. 1, lo; black bass.
12c; oropples, medium, lie: pickerel.
dressed, fancy, 12o; steak codfish, shore-
fleh, lie; tlleftah (new), he; red snapper,
llo; Spanish mackerel, lie; Lake Brie, jum
bo whlteflah, 22c t flounders, fancy sU?k,
lie; fresh head less shrimps, per gal., 11.36;
fresh (eeled shrimp, per gal., 11.00.
Beef Cut Ribs i No. 1, 11 He; No. I,
l?Uo: No. I. llo. Loins: No. 1. 12Hc: No.
!, lie; No I, 14 Ho. Chucks; No. 1, HHof i
No. , 11 Ho; No. I, lOHo. Rounds: No, 1,
lfe: No. 1. lfttci No. I. llUo. Flatea:
No. 1, lOo; No. I, IHe; No. I, lo.
Fruit and vegetable prteaa furnished by
Olllnsky Fruit Co
Fruits oranges: tts. looa, 4s, ios, bos,
14; 120s, Ills, 14.60; 110s, 6t 17s, 100.
Ills, 160a, 16.11. Lemons: Ooldan Bowl,
100s, KOs, box. 11.10; Hill's Reds, 100s, 140s.
l. Apples:, Oravenstsln. box, 11.11; Bell
flowers (due lltb), 11.71; cooking apple.
Decidiou milt peacneat Elberta, cat.,
crate, 11.16; Carmen, Colo., extra, 11.06;
Carmen, Colo., fancy, l; Carmen, Colo.,
choice, llo. Grapes: Malaga, crate, 11.
Pears: Cal, Bart let ts, ere is, I.I0; choice
Cel. Bart le tts. I a. 3 1: Colo. Clappa 11.10,
fancy I -tier 43.26, choice l-tler 1.26, choice
4 -tier II; Colo. Bar lie tts 12.7ft, l-tler 11.60,
fancy l-tler 11.60. Watermelons: Lb., lc.
Cantaloupes : Standards, ors to, 8 ; pony,
11.60; flat, 91.26; Mission Bell, 10fc ll.lft.
Bananas: Buncn, 11.76 to i.0O.
Vegetable Sweet notatoeo. hamner.
11.11; Cat., 100 -lb. orate, 14.16; poUloea. !
II ; Spanish onions, crate, 12: Cal. i
onions, tb., iHo; tomato, baaket, llo; ;
Michigan celery, dot., 4tfa;. peppers, basket,
lOcj peu, basket, 1; head lettuce, del..
I); corn, dos., lee; garlic lb., lOo.
rouitrr Broilers: iu to iva lb.: not
broiler, over m lbs., llo: hen, over 4tt
lbs., 14o; hen, under 4H IM.. Hot rooecrs
andsug. i0H9iuc; geese full feathered tat
joe; young and old ducks, full feathe.ed,
rat. ixc: turn eye, any sue over sounds.
14a; turksys, less than I pounds, half Dries:
on 10ms, mc: rapons, f id, ana over, no
guinea, each. 16c: aauaba. homers.' 14 oa
each, per do., 14.00; squabs, homers, II .
eacn. per aos sj.oo; stiuans, pomera a os
oaoh. par dot.. 91.10; squabs, homer, under
I ox. eaoh, par doa,. 60c; plgsona, par doa..
Miscsiianeoua Crackerlack. comooDs
ana enoensr, case, s.to: nan case. II 76;
peanut, special No. 1, lb., 6Ho;. Jumbo
peanut, sc; nopcera. . as. 601 boney.
nsw, oaaa, 18.76. ,
Kanaa City Oeaeral Market.
Kama City. Au. 16. Wheat No. 1 hard.
11.47 01.61: No. 1 red. 11.4101.10: Seotem.
ben 9M7j Doeambor, 91.4IH01.4IHt May,
uern wo. i mixed, iiuasiue: No. i
White, IIHei No. I yellow, 18014 So; Sep-
temper, si no; ifecemoer, iso; May, TiHo.
uata no, x watte. 4To: no 1 mixed. 41A
Butler Cream srv. lie! flrsta. lie! ee.
SBtl. I6ei packing. 11 He .
uggs nrsta, isc.
Poultry Htne, 16c: roosters. lOMo: broil-
fa, llo. ,
MlaitaapolU Grata Market,
Minneapolis, Aug. II. Wheat Sentem-
ber, 91.I0H: Deoember. 11.11. Cash: No.
1 hard, 91.11 Hi No. 1 northern, 91.I1H0
i.si ao. s norinern, fi.T n V l.f3H
w lour uncnangea. I
Barley 11.06, v V
Ryo 1.1101.19. ,
Corn Nq. I yellow, 11017c.
.Oata No, I white, 47 H 0 47 Ho.
Flaxseed 92.1491 11. - "
i ' . Bd. LmI Orals Markai!
St. Loula. Au. 26 Whist No. 1 red.
91.1601.62: No. 1 hard. 11.6101 If: SeDtem-
ber, H.6O01.IOH: December, 91.4H0L64H-
'rn no. i, no. 1 whits, !6o;
September, 4io; December, 41 Ho.
uata no. i, cv44o. No. I white, 4Tc
LIVE ST0ffi MARKET
Cattle Suffer Severe Slump
Last Half of Week Sheep
and Lambs Steady.. ,
HOOS STRONG TO HIGHEE
NEW YORK STOCKS
Official Monde. :
Official Wedneadar .
Official Thureday ....
Five daya thla week.
Omaha. Autuat, to. 1914.
Cattle. Hota. Hneon
Same day. I..t
Same daye 2 weeka ato20,919
Same daya I weeka atolR,S46
8ame daya 4 weeka acol 1.491
Same daya teat ...... 21. 143 4..440 104.741
Cattle Ree.lpta were Dot eepeclally larte
today, but a total for the Ave daya, amount.
Int to 29.140, la the larteet of any week for
a lont time back and larter than a year
ato by 4,000 head. Prleea on all kind,
were ataln lower, the market belot quoted
aa aiow to 10914? lower .than yesterday.
Prlcea at eaatern notnte have experienced
a terrible alump In the leat few daya, belnt
quoted all th way from too to 91.00 or
more per hundred lower than a week ato.
weetern market, have Buffered by -reaeon
of the break. Prlcea here today are BOc
lower than leat week on cornfeda and 19c
lower on rente beet oteere. Cowa and hell-
ere are all the way from lie ta 36o lower
than a week ato, while feedera are t404Oe
Rapreaentative axlea: :
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
13 ...1141 94 40 4 991 99 79
3.. 944 4 90 7 1219 7 39
13 1191 7 fO 39 1230 t tt
Various Causes Contribute
Irregular Trend of the
"j Market. - .
DEALINGS AGAIN LARGE
... 350 4 40 t IIS
.. .1144 4 It 1 193
... 900 t tt I 3
...1040, 9 It I. ...... .1041
... 494 4 00 1.. 130
...1099 I 11 . 4 940
....990 9 44 1 UO
... 99i 1 14 . 1 410
... 419 9 71 ' I tot
...1740 3 40 1.....
. ..1170NJ 10 1
' " CALVES.
... lit 9 00 1.....
... 110 19 90
... 100 t 00 I..,.,
... 110 I 79 t
... ttO 9 It 4.....
... 740 7 00 3
...1144 7 40
Cbarlea Henry Nebraaka.
New Tork. Aug. 2t Additional profit
taklnt. In duced In part by the approach
of the we.U end. Increased concern over
the railway labor difficulty, and the t&n
oral extenalon of belated bull accountaM.con
trlbuted to the Irretular trend of today's
Dealing, ataln were moderatoly larte
the aeareeate. bat more then half the turn.
over of 770,090 aharea waa limited to leaa
than a doxen atocke, United Htatea steel
alone furniahlnt a lota! of 110,000 aharea.
Relatively, Steel waa amont the heavy
leauea. Ita advance from 971. In the morn
Int. to ttfc at midday, tivtnt rlae to hopee
of a new maximum that were not luinuea.
Later It led a reveraal to lower quotationa,
cloalna at 17. a net leaa of 44 of a point.
. Readlnt, next in activity, waa under con-
Ktant preaaure and retlatered as extreme
decline of 2 poiqtx, with more moderate
loeaea In trantera and eaatorn aharea. The
transcontinental troup waa atront in the
forenoon, but yielded Into the. teneral aell-
mt movement ox the nnai nour. -
Coppera maintained all of their recent
prominence for a time, with a new record
for Inspiration at 94, but thoy alao auc-
cumbed to the weltnt 01 later onennta,
thouth -nominally. There were temporary
advancea of 1 to 3 pointa In leadlnt Indus,
trials, eciulomenu and munitions, aa well
r"raa Mexicana and aorae of the other., but
Motors as a troup, ahowed irretular de-
nresslon.' with American can. Consolidated
(lea, United Stales Industrial Alcolioi and
The atrentth of rublea waa ' the sole
feature, of the dull exchante marketa. Ster
lint and franca were unaltered.
Tradlnt in bonda was comparatively
lltht, with total sales, par value, of 12.670,
000. , . - .
United Statee coupon 4. declined 44 per
eent on call, . the coupons advanclnt one
hall on actual aalea.
' Sales. Hllh. Low. Close.
11,900 01 GVft 4"
' 2,000 4Si 42 42
4,000 79(4 77 77
9.400 101 99 VI 99
' 900 HO 109H 109
9,100 131 131 V 131 'l
700 31 33 U 33
Copper. 11,700 88 14 44 99
2,100 1049 108 4 1V3
Uvatpael drain Market,
Liverpool. Ant. II. Wheat Spot No. 1
Manitoba, llal No. I. 14. lOUd: No. I not
a,iwt.di Ne. I western winter, 14, Ud.
X CatTat Hivtwt. '
New Tork, Aut. 31. Coffee futures
ahowed treatiy - Inorwuwd nativity and
atrentth today, ' -with prleear maklnt new
hltb reeorda for the aeaaon. The openlnt
was 1 to I points hither, and ,th. circu
lation of a few September notice, caused
some little Irretularlty at the ,atart, but
after aelllnar at l.ilo early', that delivery
advanoed to t.lto on covertnt of ahorta,
while March Mid op to t.lOo oa a broaden
ing deman4 which teemed to come lartely
from cotton, trad, source., and which waa
believed to have been cumulated, by, the
continued flrmn.se of Brest). . ,
' The eloae wat a .had. off from tho beat
realialnt. but ahowed net talna of from
It to 11 pointa j Isles, 101,904 bait. Cloalnf
blda: Autuat. 9.12o: September. 3.12a:
October, 3.1Xq; Nov.mber. l.ltoj December,
s.ua; January, e.ito; renruary, 9.190;
March, 9.3lo! April, 1. 10c; May, l.tio; June,
9.40c; July, 4.44
spot, waa nrmer. m aympathv with lha
advance In future, but prlcea were nom
inally nnonantea at -o tor Rio la, and
19e for Santoa 4a. No freeh offero were
reported In the coat and freltht market
Tne onclal cab es reported an advene.
of T4 rels la the Rio market, while aSntoa
apota - ware unchanged an4 future, ua
cbanted la It r.ls hither. ,
' Catmt 13arke4,
New Terk lui. as. .'ntten as..,,
opened feverkih. Uctober, tt.ltct December,
, , H.itu, ....so; stay,
It.lle , ...4
Cotton future, aloaed ateadv! OetAhee.
lt.tlc; December, lt.14o; January, ll.lt,i
March. It.lle. . - '
Spot ataady; mlddllnt uplanda ll.llc., Ma
aalea. , . , - 1 , , . ' .
The cotton exebanta will ha aleaad flan.
tember 3 and 4.
The eotton market closed ateadv aft a
net advance of 43 to tt pointa .
l.iv.rpooi. Alt. 16. cotton Boat .tranw;
tood mlddllnt. t.tld; mlddllnt. 1.43d.'- low
iniadnnt. 3 344. Sale., 400 bales (or speo
Blatton 4tt4 axport. ... .
Oeaaha Mar aWket.
rn.a ka lu. I..u.l.. - . k- t L
Hay market were fair. The market was
Hay Cholea upland pretrial lio.ooat
1144: No. 1. Ilt.001110.il: No. 1. 31eos
t.lt; No. I, ll.ooet.oo. No. 1 midland,
pralrte: 33.toot.40; No. I, I7.toei.ot.
Choloe lowland, prairie: 17.00; No. 1, tt.tO;
No. 3, 34.0tl.l0;; Ne. I, 91. H 1.04.
; Alfalfa Choice, 111,04; No. 1, Ill.fOO
lt.il; etandard. .0011.0C; No. t, 1I.00B
l.tt; Ho. I, 14 041 40. - -
' .Metal aNrkee- ' ':". '''''.
34.944t.7t. Spelter, dull: spot. East St.
Loula .delivery, offered1 at 99. tt. Copper.
steady and unchanged. Tin, steady;, aipot,
At London;' Spot copper, 1119; future.,
1109: electrolytic, lilt; spot tla, 1170 II.;
futures- .4171 4a laari. CIA 19k Sri,
...... ... .
No. 14 Av.
4fdn. MO I 40 19 cowi. , 111
TitMra.. S4 T 00 ISstmra.. Ill 76
lcowi...nif I 71 " I to an.. MS 7 00
Hon Hob iuddUm eontlnu vrr llvht.
Today th run was aUtr-nln eara, or 4.700
head, which makea tha total ror im nv
daya 10,117 head. This to last than half
aa lar aa laat wak, and 10,000 mHr
than tor alther two weKa ato or in cor-
rnpondinc period of laat year. So far thla
weak auppllea have bean amallar than for
any aim ar oerioo tnia year.
Tne irrmrKet oracea up inn morninv, open
In fully ateadv and cloalnf atront to tn
apota hlfher. , Chicago had another pretty
decant run, but, that waa the only toots aup
ply there waa on the map, all other liver
pointa btlng very moderately aupplted. The
reault waa that paekera, who have been
poundlnf prlcea at the river marketa on
the atrenf th of heavy auppllea at the Windy
city. Had to c it a nee their tactica tnia morn'
Inf. In the flrat place, ahlppera boufht
more freelv than on Thureday, their pur-
chaaea. which were nearly all made early.
belnf steady In moat caeoa, Paekera alao
atarlad out uaylna atrady prlcea, but
keen waa the competition that bfore they
fot very far they were flvliif atronf to (o
hi her fiaurea. ana before tne cioae inai
vidua) aalea were made that were aa much
aa 10e hlfher. Activity waa a feature of
th market, eloae belnf very lively and
atronf. Everything waa aold by ahortly
after t o'clock.
Aa waa tho caa yeatrday, blf at ring of
th packer waa bought at 10.Q0, but today
aale below that fffur war few and far
between, while bulk waa quoted from even
money up to 10,36. and there were a food
many aalea on up, the top reaching 10.0.
Current value are a blf quarter hlfher than
laat week a eloae, .
No, Av. Bh. -Pr - . No. Av.! Bh. Pr.
II. .144 140 t II I4..1M M 0
41. .171 ..i til- I0..S0I 410 10 00 ,
40..I30 210 10 04. 61. .371 100 10X0
II. .140 10 10 II II. .110 40 10 10
II.. til ... II II 10.. Ill ... 10 10
14. .131 ... 10 II II. .111 110 10 40 .
11. .147 ... 1- 41 kl..l ... 10 10
71. .Ill ... 10
Shp The proportion ei fat Umba waa
ttoaaibiv a iitti laner man on inuraoay.
but to all in tan U and pnrpoaei onditlona
wer much the earn aa on tho prevloua
day and deaalte bearith wlr4i from Chicago
any locav prioe aaain nnita t tcau?.
ror daairable kthda of fat llmU tt waa
largely a 110.40 market, aeveral bandaaelling
at that flgur, with on atrlnf at 110.30.
Something ohoio la atlll quotable aa high
aa 110.50. Th main reaiure oi m maram
th laat few daya had been narrowing
of th apread between medium and beat
klnda, due to in eonunueu uranim
f..H.rai nd while eholc lamb ar
much aa AUOIDo lower than a week ago
the in -bet wnen klnda ar no more thai
at. 'He dpwa. '
i ii featior lamb aupply WM of very 4.
cent proportion, but bulk of th or firing
aold In goud aeaaon on a ataady baaia. It
.. tio.ai deal for the too of the feed
ing lamb and th week cloeee with th
hulk Btti line aa hlah aa it haa at any tlroe,
that I at 10.16L0.IO. What feeding ahep
were her cold on a firm baala, aged bread
ing awe bringing 17.11, with a bunch of
feeding ewe, aum of which might b ud
for breading purpoaea-at 16. 3b. Feeding
ittmiM are ltAllo hlaher than a week ago.
Only a few fat sheep wer here, but
enough to really make a market. A pretty
fair aort of ewea aold around $4.71, and a
tew - head reached 17.00. Price ar juat
about wher thy wtr at last week a
eloae, tendency having bean If anything
oaalar at that Urn, but no declln worthy
of mention having been regtatered.
. Representative sales;. .
I,il0 Idaho feeder lamb.. v II
Idaho feeder lamba....... II
171 oulla 47
111 cull 47
Bt Leula Uv Bftock Market
t. Louli. Aug. II. Cattle -Receipta, 1,100
head; market aleady;, native beef steers,
$7.00010.76; yearling ateera and heltera,
li.uotjlO.I6, cowa, $6.6007.76; alockar and
feeders, $6.1071.00; southern steers, $6.60
aaa 40: nvtme southern ateera. I8.001.00:
eows and heifers, $4.69(94.00; prime yearling
ateera and heifers, V. 6041.00; native calve.
4.001M6. " ' 1
Hog Hecelpts, 1.000 head; market lower;
pigs and lights, T.loei0.76; mixed ana
butchers, $19.I6J 10.16; good heavy, $10.60
910.14; bulk or eaiea, iv.viv.av.
Sheep and Lamba Heceipta, 1,100 head;
market strong; iamb. 7.010.60; slaugh
ter awn, 6.007.I6; bleating wea, $0.00
jf lO.oo; yaaruug. a.v.ev.
M. Istaul Uv aleek Mak4. .,
t. Loula. Aug. 15. Cattle Receipt, 1,I0
head; market, steady; nativ beet steer,
IT. 90 0 10.7; yearling ier ana nviiara
$$.00J10.26; vow, $6.6097.71; tockrs and
fcdect. $7.1091 00; Texas ateera, $6,609
1.60; prim rout hern ateera, $S.00OM0;
cowa and heifers. $4.6091.00; prime year
ling steers and heifers, 17.60 91.00; native
calves, $4.04911-76. , ,
Hobs Receipts, f.ioo nean; : marKet,
lower; plga and lights. $7.60010.10; mixed
and butchers, $10.40 9 10.10; good heavy,
$10.10910.10; bulk of -alee. $10.60010.16.
nneep ana- laidd xvcwpta, i,tv bhb .
mark t stady) lamba. 17.00910.60;
nlauchter awes, $5.0001.11; bleating wea,
sv.ovcjiv.ev; jrvariinaa .vuw.vw. - -
" Kajuaa City Live Btk Markai; '
Kanaar City. Aug. 14 Cattle Receipt,,
104 head; market, steady; prima ted atettra,
It. 60919,75; drecaed bef ateera, $7.6001.10;
weatem steers, $4.7091.00; atooker and
feeder. HI 6001.00; bulla, , 5.94.71;
Hogs Receipts, i.ioo nead; market.
tody: bulk of aaha, lO.3ft01O.4; heavy,
110.00010.11; packers and butchers. $10:159
10,19; tight, $10.20010.41; pigs, $1091.40.
fhe.-n and iAmb Receipts, 1,000 head:
market, atrady: lamba. $1.60019.40; year
llnR, I7.IS96.09; wethera, . 7407,60; awaa,
: St. Jeph Lira Mack Mark. , ,
It. - Joieoh. Mo.. Aug. tl.e--Caltla--.Ra.
celpts, 400 head; market lower; steers, $ Iti
ois.to: cow ana kvirsra. it.iiiis?
Moga Receipt a, , l.ioo head if market
ataady. wp $10.40; bulk, of aalea, 10.$69
gncet nfl tami Rseetjjta, $ 1Q
mm kxi ainui lamb, tl0.00li i rjy
if ' Bank Clearing.
. Omaha, Aug. 16. Bank clearing . for
Omaha today wr $4,131,016.10 and for
th corresponding day laat year $1,114.
70., - .
Am. Beet Susar.-. .
American Can . . . .
Am, 'Car ft Fndry.
Am. lecomdtlve . .
Am. Smelt, at Rff.
Am. Suaar Refa..
Am. Tal. Tel...
Am. Z., U tt R
Brook. Rapid Tran.
B. A S. Copper...
Central Leather. . .
Cheoe. 49 Ohio....
C M. St, P....
C. N. W..
C. R. I. 4k P. By..
Colo. P. I . .
Corn Prod. Refa . .
tjruciDie nieei.,. ..
Dlst. - seourltlea . .
General Blectrlc .
Ot. Torthern 4ld.
Qt. No. Ore Ctla..
Int. Con. Corp....
Inspiration Copper 39,900
int. Harv., ly. J.. .
i at. m. pra. ctrs.;
K. C. S....
Loula. A Naeh . . . ,
Mex. Petroleum. . ,
M., K. T. pfd...
N. T. Central
N. Y., N. H. H ..
Norfolk eV Western
1'ao. Tel. at Tel...
Ray Con. Copper,
Rep.- Iron ft Steel.
fehattuck Arts. Cop.
Htudebaker Co...: 14,900 127 124
Tennessee Copper, l 4,000 28 27 27
. ..uiuirHiif. , . .l.rigu j.n 1S ISO
Union, Pacific 13,400 142 141 141
Union -Pacific Pfd 32
U. 8. Ind. lsohol. 19,400 lit Ilia- m
U. S. Steel 144,400 M 97 91
V. 8. Steel pf.... 1,600 lit 117 117!1
'Jtah Copper,.,..: 4.400 4444' f,3ix atu.
Webaeh Pfd. "B". 1.100 17li J7ii ?7ii
western .Union.'.., t.too 91 61 69rk
nva.ioan, 0,1.0... S,0UV CS. 99
ToUl sale, (or th day, 170,000 shares.
' 900 177
900 172 172
900 lit 117 1171
r , as
10 107 101 101
1,100 1 17 17 14
tree. Obi, OS.
40,10 101 It 99
11,100 51 60 60
21,000 104 102 102
1.100 tt 96 96
..... , 10
1,100 4 4 4
4,100 17 19 It
1,900 106 106 llt
i,uv.v o.i, eu
700 190 130 129
1,400 11014 110 110
evv 4. e ,10 , so
4.400 64 .' I6V 65V
17,409 24 26 25
41.600 108 1061. 105
e.suo ,bb .ba!, 58
1,100 10 90 29
1,100 t9 94 i 98
2,400 24 23 23
BRADSTREET'S TRADE REVIEW.
Trad, and lad os try Aetlee and AU Product,
Mew, Tork, Au. . Bradatreef, will
y: '''.' '
Trade and Industry ar. active and nearlv
all products' are firmer and advenrlne. and
reflection of the undeniably poor general
crop aftuatlon, of the uncertain railroad out-
loon. Is sought almost In' vain In the republic
as to trad, demand, manufacturing activity
or to commercial collection Thla la at
tributed to caueea other than erop damage,
although there Is aome of this to be reckoned-
with. Th. g.nerel disposition Is, In
fact, to regard the railroad strike menace
aa likely to dleaDDear and tn vlaa. hi.k
and advancing prices of all farm producta
aa llk.ly to offset th. ooncededly moderate
yieiuepoi CQllon. WlOBt Of trie reSaiala anI
moat of the other agricultural food product..
.ii tnia connection stent is nni ma, n.
reported large balances of last year's wheat
crop, left over, and the necessities of Europe
alike due to ahort yields there and to the
requirement, from what look, another year
Thai Europe In the last fiscal year took
nearly 11,400.000,000 worth of war or near,
war matertah, one.quartsr,' Indeed, of all
exports, la a oor.cr.te fact that la not
Bank darings for the week aggregate
'.""year'"0' ' ,M
, , few Terk Money Market,
New Tork. Aug. 96. Prima, W
Paper lt peroent. ".
Sterling Diehanga Slity.day' bllla.
94.71; demand, 44.74; cables, l4.Tt.
niivsr Bar, 44o; Meslcan dollar., tlo.
Bonda Government, atsadv: nBn..rf
Time Loans Slity days, 101 per cent;
ninety daya. 101 pef cent; ill months!
ej yrii vej(9l.
Call Money Steady; Wgheet,. per cent;
ruling rate, 34 per cent;
lowest, I per oent
win, e - jmr oBiii, cjoaing oia, 1 per
cent; offered at 14 per cent.
-y. o. rer. sa, reg.ti . mo. Pac. con. Is. 1011
U. B. ref. is, cou.ll Mont. Powar 6a. .
v. a. rer. sa. ecu. 11 N. Y n. a iiii
U.'& 1l rtt 100UW v n au.
U. B. 3a. cou 100 (1165) .", . . . .101U
U. O. a, rag. ...110 . h. T., N. H
U. B. 4a. cou. . . .110 ov. 4a. . .?. . " "iiiu
Smelter 4a.l01No. PfD. 4a . ii
TAT. O.lkl.ll0lNli P.r 9. ii?
Anglo-Franc h a..,ISOra. S. L. re'f.'is'll
Atch. gen. 4a I2p. T. tb T. 6s.l00i
renn. ron. 4Hs.4104H
Penn. trn 11a. im i7
Cent. Pao. 1st II -Readln . i.' u,'
Ches. A O. ev.4Ha.8S 8, L. (L f.
C. B. m Q. i. 4s.7 rnf Am
CM BJ.P. 0.610114 80, Patx cv. $..04U
. n. i. m r. no. rac. re I. 4... 10
ref. 4s ....II So. RallwAv K. iiiu
P. R. O, o. 4. .7814 Un. Pan. a, e .-u
Erie genfl 4S......T1 Un. Pac. ev. i a-4il
Gen. Electric Is, .104 V. 8. Rubber Is. .1024
Ut No. 1st e..9 U. B. Steel Is,. ..106
111. Cent. ref. 4s.. II wTunlon fUs. T6U
Int. M. M. 4s..l0lt4Wat. 1. ci.6.lS0H
K. C. 8. Wf.ls...l0D. A R. 0..;;;7..472
N. Un. 4a....lU -BM. (Tttp.-ti : -
M K. A Tt st 4a.t4 .
llo higher; light. ID.IOtfiO.lO; mixed, 110.10
tj 10.40; heavy, 1 0.40 4 10.60 ; bulk of salea.
lift. 00 V 10.41. .
Sbeep aigd.Xambc-Becelpta, 700 haJ
CHK A4.0 LITE 8TOCR. MARKET, '
rattle Van, Hog k, XUcea hteaoY la
Chicago. Aug. 1 2li.' CixXth r.cceipt, 4.000
head; market dull; natlva bf-eJ cattle. 4.60
910.86; wetttern att-ra. ti.2rS,fi0: atocUor
antl reader, 14.76 fe. 7. 60; fowu and heltera,
43.2S6.0d; calve., X ECiil.75
Uoet Rufceiptfi, iS.OCO hoiid; maJlte,
wmik; bulk of sal-n, $j6.4r,pu.l; light,
I10.4irn..5; m.x-,,. tlO.iOtfy jj,i.r,; h.vy,
10.0011.00; muglt, :0Mjin.:l; plga,,
Shttep nml ItTbsReccipts, 12.C00 head
market, wteady to lowr;' wifthera, It'-.ltt
7.70; i-wea, Urn be, t6.60tflO.S6.
vaorte Applv and Dried Frott.
New York, Aug. & Evaporated Apple
Siuiei; rancy, TitfTftii; choice, twsfte;
prime, B 14 6 c.
Dried Krulta Frunea Steady; California.
9Q9c; Ori-gons, Tftllc; Aprtcota. quiet;
choice, VifyVihic, extr choice, 2iic;
choice, lltj 13 v.; Peaches, quiet; choice,
46c; extra choice, 7c; famiy. 7.c. Raising
firm; Ids muacatels, ft 8 He; choice to
fancy aoded, Iau; Bedla, $M&iDic
OH and Roein Market. .
Bavannafa, Or.. Aug. 26. Turpentine firm
at 42o; sales, 490 bbla.; receipts, 604 bbls.;
ahlpments. 119 bbta.; atocka, 19,102 bbla.
Rosin Firm; sates 1,711 bbla.; receipts,
2,007 bbls.; stocks, 70,430 bbls.; quote: A,
B. 16.86: C D. 16.00: B. 16.00: F. 10.14):
O,. 11.26; H, I, K, SI, 16.30; N, (6.36; WO,
18,60; WW, 6.60.
( Sugar Market.
-Jaw Vetaeir s..e. 4C O.. ti J.. II .
oentrlful, 6.62c; molasses, 4.76c. Redned.
quiVt; line, granulated, 7.0097.36c. Futures
at noon wer 23 point below last night's
Iowa Spendthrift Sues to
Get Some of His Money Back
George Wilson, declared a spend
thrift in Iowa, through his guardian,
Christian S. Christensen, has brought
suit against Charles M. Reise, or
Reeser, and his wife, Laura, for $3,591.
Judgment for this amount was
awarded the spendthrift by the Shelby
county district court in Iowa. Because
of Wilson's inability to hang on to his
nickels Christensen was named as
guardian by Harlan and Shelby
Over One Hundred Editors
Accept Omaha's Invitation
One hundred and fifteen editors
from various parts of Nebraska and
Iowa have already accepted the invita
tion extended them by the Commer
cial club to attend the Editor's day
celebration in Omaha September 4.
Acceptances are daily coming in by
mail, and a large percentage of the
editors expect to bring their wives
with them this year. '
Omaha Woman Dies
Gun Shot Wound
Mrs. John Henrickson of Omaha
was accidentally shot Wednesday
while visiting at her son's ranch near
Keeline, Wyo., death resulting from
the wound within twenty-four hours.
.She lived at 3032 California street
and was the wife "of John Henrick
son, a jeweler at Sixteenth street and
Capitol avenue. Mr. Henrickson left
for Keeline as soon as he received
word of the sjiooting. He is now on
the way to Omaha with his wife's
Mrs. Henrickson has been visiting
on the ranch - about two weeks.
Wednesday moming a friend was ex
amining a shotgun at the ranch house
when it went off by accident, the
charge entering Mrs. Henrickson's
Because of the difficulty and de
lay in getting medical aid she lost a
great deal of blood. The limb was
amputated when a surgeon was se
cured, but .Mrs. Henrickson died
Thursday moriing before her hus
band could reach her.
She leaves her husband and a
daughter in Omaha and the son on
the ranch at Keeline.
On Habeas Corpus
Edward Gibbons, charged with
grand larceny for the alleged theft
of a Denver stockman's automobile
from in front of the Exchange build
ing at the South Side stock yards,
has been released from the custody
of Sheriff McShane on habeas corpus
proceedings. Attorney O'SuIlivan
convinced Judge Seara that evidence
was insufficient to hold him. Gibbons
proved an alibi. He was bound over
to the district court by Police Judge
H. W. Reed of the South Side, but
without probable cause, according to
Rev. Titus tfowe, paator of the First
Methodist church, haa . returned from a
throg weeks' acation. '
Mrs. W. T. Graham, daughter, Maryland
son, Harold, have just returned from a
vacation apent -in the mountains at Tolland,
Colo. Another son, Victor, has for the last
few years maintained a msmber of cot
tages for rent at that place and the family
ha been visiting with him.
ASK CODRT ORDER
South Side Business Men
.- Would Head Off Next
CHURCH JOINS PLAINTIFF
"On with the dance, let joy be un
refined," shall not be the slogan of the
South Side merrymakers who are lay
ing elaborate plans for the holding of
a carnival during the coming week, if
property owners in the district, who
have petitioned for a restraining or
der succeed in blocking affairs.
Order is Granted.
Judge Troupe issued the order and
set the hearing for Monday.
Yelling, blowing of horns, min
strels, freaks, hot dogs, beauty exhibits,-
confetti, discordant noises, the
fear of fire, pickpockets and the un
lawful blocking of the street are the
bogeys that harass these South Side
property owner, as set forth in a
voluminous document trundled into
the office of the clerk of the court
Friday. They insist that carnival
plans be called off and that the qity
commissioners be restrained forever
afterward from issuing permits to any
fairs or street carnivals proposing ta
use the streets of Greater Omaha.
Orin S. Merrill, Charles Beldhlavek
and E. ,V. Lorig are the plaintiffs,
while Mayor James C- Dahlman, A.
C. Kugel, Walter S. Jardine, Joseph
B. Hummel, George H. Parks, Charlei
H. Withnell,' Dan B. Butler, all city
commissioners; Aerie No. 154 of the
Fraternal Order of Eagles, the Clover
Leaf club of the Eagles and the
Johnny' J. JoneS Exposition company
Complaint by Property Owneri.
The petitioners assert they own
property along streets to be used for
the carnival. M street, between
Twenty-second and Twenty-fourth,
Twenty-third street between L and
O and N between Twenty-second and
Twenty-fourth, near the center of the
South Side business district are In
volved. These complaints declare the
carnival will be a common nuisance
and further declare the blocking of the
streets by the city is unlawful.
The women of Omaha
have gradually ' learned to
look to us at the first of the season
for the correct styles for the coming months
I an r.,, 111 11 11
i m to see
WW v ; Just
' k $7.50
usual Omaha's Foremost Millinery
"Rises to the
Here will be found all the newest
dipped, drooped and Corsican
Sailors that are so good this sea
son, in nothing but the best Lyons
silk velvet; in a grand array of
blacks and purples of every shade
from Royal to Bourbon.
special inducement for you
these Saturday they will
arranged into three big lots,
for that one day, at $10.00,
ONE DAY SPECIAL Choice of 200 beautiful Felt ff
Sport Hats. Worth to $2.49. While they last Satur- QHr
day, only..... ..... ....
AJvid by Ftnhion
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER"
JJfCOyC-iy Evan'.. 1S-1S-S0-7SC
LAST TIMES TODAY, 2:38 1:38
SAM HOWE'S BIG SHOW K
Ladi.s' Dim. Matiaaa Waak Daya.
THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE ...
" Sunday, August 27
Wltk a BUI .1 Strikaaf ExcaUasxa.
Seats Now on Sale. ,
'.'. i Iswatea Slack Market. .. ... . .
London. Aug. I,. American sscurtttaa
wivar Bar, 11 d par eunea, ,
Money fcer eant '
Dtaeouat Rate. Short bill.. Iai n
eenti tkrea months, isoti, o.r cut.
Un Steak la SIcM.
.... lOt ,
v ' 7.0
St Loole ....
Sloaa City ..
Maax City Un Steak Market. :
Mora City la.. Ana. M. Cattle Hecaltita
400 head; market ateady; neat ataara, I4.00O
,.; butohara, IB.109t.TI; caaaara, I4.W6
1.11: calves, M.M1.,0.
Hora Receipts ,,not h.ad; market ( to
.1.100 41,0 . JM00
Swift ft Company . '
Union Stack Yards. Chicago, aog. . Ilia.
Dividend No.120 -
ttrltfemd af TWO DOLLARS IB. 00) par .bar.
M the aaDltal Mack oi Swift A Company, will fa
Kid on Oct. let, ltla, teaaackboMors ol record,
at, n, ISM. aa sftawa oa tlx booas oi law
Ceagaay. . . .. ..
4i , ' a. a. cMiwAsuf. rotary
Out-of-town rlaltora 'Welcom.'
Extra Added Attraettaw A BktrayJi
W. Crllnth Production -"TEMrORARY
"Under Two Flag."
" BLANCHE SWEET ta
' tubhc Opinion"
ADMISSION ALWAYS 10a .
. Faahirw Photoplays Every
' Evgnluf :".
Saturday, Aufuat 26
'A Modern Thelma'
,l ' , with . v
Vivian Martin and Harry
Bathing, ' Boating, Danc
ing arid Other Attractions
1. S. T. .
Marshall Nialan and Mary
"THE PRINCE CHAP." ,
Blllla Burko, Gloria's Roaaaea.
50c Table d'Hote Dinner
.' 13th and Douglas v
ONLY CIRCUS COMING
CIRCUS I MONDAY,
DAY I AUGUST
GROUNDS PAUL 21ST STS.
S GREAT TRAINS OF
INCLUMNO SCORES Of
KMIMN rtATVM ( Mia
fFOKt 5Er1 IN AfltRICA
opoaa oata ar i ano t a. a.
OKI Ms TIOUTAOMrrT TO AU.
It-ttmn rmii ii mt iMa-rwi I
Dowatowa Sato af Xtnrni Saeta and
Admissloa Tlckals Circus Day at MYERS
DILLON DRUG CO lsra Faraam St.
SAME PRICES AS AT THE GROUNDS.
OMAHA VS. LINCOLN
" AUGUST M--tT.
ROURKE PARK '
Two Oamaa Swaday, Auyust 17.
Flrat Gaaaa Called If. M.
Box Seats at Barkala Braaa
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