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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. 1916.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
psh Demand for : Wheat is
.ZzceUent, But the Market
' ; Is Irrepdar.
I " , igtfE HIOHEE TO TWO LOWEE
; ;r Omaha, Awnet II, Hll,
. aak Imiiri tor what wu aieelleat
May. tat the mark. waa rather lrrelar
and reled trm lo hlhar la la lower. Ne.
1 kara wkaat eold about te nnoer . ysetsr
sft kl(h price, tat the talk f tba Ha. 1
era mil an a llktlr kattar bull than
an the previous day.
Althoeth No. I wkaat tit ik reach Te
teroey'a kick mark, the aalaa wara ehoW
the aaraa aa yeelerteys evoreae, tha hulh
ft tka aamplaa aalllaa around 11. ana
''oiellty OBaMarad, tka He. a hard wkaat
waa lowar. elthoowh a tew earn f cholcs
wkaat eel wall above yeeterdey'a everaae.
Tka com market waa alaa lrreenler, tka
yallow edvanclna He and tka wklta and
wlt.d folar at le daellna. ,
"Tka datnand for all tradai at earn waa
emlte ectlve and tka recelpta wara fair
'.Tallow corn aold from ta 10 higher
than tka wklta. which aald about Ho In ad
vance of tka mlied corn. ,.,,
Tka kattar tradai of oat bold "k'T
klfkar, tat tka talk at tka aamplaa told at
practically onehanred prices.
Oata raealpta wara not very fcaavy and
tka demand waa aaally atron enough ta
taka eara of all tka aamplaa.
Rye waa quoted lo to lo lowar.
Barley rulad from to to te lowar.
- Seecewerel Wkaat and flour equal
fa lMt koakolat aorn. 1I,W kuakala, and
aets. Ill, act taafcala.
Liverpool closed wltk wkaat ateady and
iarn. ateady to Hd kukor.
. Pftmary wkaat raealpta wara 1.1't.Mt ha
lted eklpmoato of l.lll.MI ta.. agalnet ra-
Spto af l.llt,MI ta. and aklpmantl of
I.M ta. laat year.
Primary oarn raealpta wara IU.IM ta.
and aklpmantl of 4IMH ta., against fa.
ealpte of Ht.tol ku. and aklpmantl of
fro. set bo. laat year.
. T-rlmarr oata raerlpta wara ttt.ttt ta.
end shipments of tsi.ttt ta., agalnet re
eeipta of l,lti,ttt bu. and ehlpment of
rttt.Mt ta. lait mi.
- . ,. Wheat, -ear. Oata
Ckleago ........ ........ ' 1" ill
Osaka t II
Xaaeee City HI ' "
Wlnntpaf "I ' ...
v Thaaa aalaa wara reported today:
Wkaat Wo. 1 kard winter: 1 oar, tl 44;
1 eara. I1.4H4: 1 car, tl 41; 1 ear. tl.UVt.
Si ir. a k.. wlntar; 1 ear. 11.44: 1 car,
si r . - . .. ... ., j.i. -
i ai.ai.ftT eara.' ai.... i zmm, .t. -
aan. 11.41; t-l oar, 11.41. . nam win
tar: I eara, 11.41; 1 oar, 11.4114: 1 car,
11.4!: I l-l eara. 1141; 1 car. 11.441: I
can. 11.41: I eara, 11.11: t oar.. II .If.
kard wlntar: 1 ear, 11.40; 1 oar, II. II1; I
mwm at ii. l oar. II. If: 1 ear. Il.tt: 1 car.
ll.lll.; t cam, ll.ll; can, 11.14:1 ear,
13.111a; a a-l eara, ti.aa. "
tar: 1 car, 11.11; 1 ear, 11.11. Mo. I durum:
can, 11.17. No. I durum: 1 car, 11.11.
, Vt). I mtiad: 1 car, 11.43; 1 car. 1140; 1 car,
, a, aa v. a mlvod: 1 ear. tl.tt: 1 ear,
11 11U. damnlo mllod: 1 oar, lt.lt. No. I
(drum mlxad: 1 ear, 11.11; 1 I-l earl, 11.11.
" Hya No. I: t eara, U.K.. No. 4; 1 car,
at , .
'Barley Na. I: 1 ear, II He. - Ha. 1 load:
1 car, lie. . .
'fork No. t wklta: 1 ear, Ttlte. No. I
lta: 1 eara. To; t-l car, Tle. No. 4
w. u.i t earn. Iltie; t aara. Tie. No. I
I aara. fie. No. 1 yellow: 1 car,
i.uw,. Ko. 1 yallow; eara, Ite. No. I
i .r. fiua. No. t yellow; 1 car,
T7140: 1 car., tie. Na. I Had:.! 4 can.
fltte; I t-l eara. HHo. No. 4 mued:
I aara. TIHo. No. I mlied: 1 ar. t7H.
ample mlied: 1 ear, l!io.'
, data Na. t wklta;. 1 ear, 41 He Stan
' dwrd: eara, 41140. H. wklta; 1 ear.
, tun II oara, 4iHo. Wo. 4 wkltaf I eara
41 Ho. Sample: 1 car, (llj t earn, 41e;
"Omake Caik Men Wkaat : No. I kard,
1.4I)1.44: No. I kard. 1.I714I: No.4
kard, II U1.4; No. I aprlnt. I1.4I41 .41;
No. I apriol. tl.4491.4l: No. I durum. 11 II
44.I7 Na. I durum, tt.lll Cern: Na.
fwklta. tltkllHo; No. I wklta, 7IH7te:
No. 4 wklt., Iaj7la; na. a wane. "W'.
Na. wklta, 1474; No. I yallow, 0
au, K. i mi low. Tlaiac: No. 4 yellow.
Itd7IHe: No. I yallow. 77Ht1le; No. t
iJw. 177714o: Ka. t mltad, 71e1tr:
da-l mind, llH7Je: Na. 4 mlied. 71
t4io No, I mined, ft ll: No. I ml".
taajlTc Oata: Na I wklta, 41H41H:
raodard. 4it4IHe: No. I wkite,
Si NoT4 wklta, 41 0 41 He. Barley: Malt
laat, II He; No. 1 fe.d. tiitc. Rya: Na.
, tv4t.lfl.liHi Na. t. tl.lfl.ltH.. ,
. omama nmu mabjibt.
wtrlka : ajraatlaa Attacla - Trad Wkaat
- Balaa Iawar.
. " Omaka. Aucuit It, lilt.
. . thpMUMl rallraad atrlka kad Ita
affect aa tka wkaat market," wkea wk.at
tvrarea dropped lo ta lc.
' . wu a fairly rood aipert demand
raaortad and tka crop altuatloo en wkaat
Ii llttu akajuia. kut In tka flea of tka
tkraaaaaad itrlk tere waa vary -little kar
at e wkaat. ' .
aker wkaat eioeea ia,o wwr,
lUo of and tko May apilen rulad
la lowar. . ' -v
an,, mn altuatlen ramainr praeticauy
anckaaaad and tka crop outlook U fair at
tka aneant time.
TaeiTtaniber corn cloaad at yeeterday'l
k m ,ka Tjaeamkar rained He,
Tkara wore ae tradai In tka September
mum ana lae n . io ... ..
ZZ .a.t waa la tka December option.
. Oata were weak and cloned e lower on
Savtamkar, lHo lower on .December and
aaeut tie off on tko May.
-Omaka oloalns prleae ea tutnrei for tkll
&tl I Open. I Htfk. il-ow.l Cloie.
I 11 u
1 II H
1 41 H
Cklcaao eloalng prleaa furnlafcad" Tka Baa
ay ijaem i - -
11 . BQUia Bll..n.n mtwwt.
1 Open. I Hlih. ILew.l Cloae, I Tea.
1 41 H
1 : 1
1 411 1 Iff
II II 14 IT 114 II
II 10 14 10 Til to
11 II i II 10 111 III
It) tl 14 IT
14 -t tl
II tl 111 S
CHICAGO G.tAU AND r-WVlSSONS. :
rtflj DMllM IB Wi4M.t B ThrtMt-
m4 Steik VUvwtuI ty Bit.
-Ch!e-. Aug. lO -Whrtt . priffw w
lwnry today un4r th atraln of ctl
r9psrt.ona for a nril toppati f nail
w.w traffic ami Mc.aUy baoauaa f ao-
tlfia that art ambarno asatnit irata tor. tha
aat antf (or Kttropa would bagin ta taka
fft on ona of tha yrtneipai ua witnin
farty-olvht noura. tb marttai cioaaa m
atakla. 4i4tt44 nat lowar, with
bar at 11.11 1. J an Daeambar at
1.4t1.4l. Corn ftalahed 9e.
ttVaarft and oata off S9t, In yrevlalona
tha aiitcoma rangad from !o daellna to a
rtaa of SI eanta.
. ttrllta davalapmanta atmeat coraplataly
aonopoltaad tha aitni(oa of tha whaat
;. Malarial daetlnaa at tha epanlng
1 wra tamporartir dtapa.ied br raporta that
l?raatdnt Wllaea waa attrntBting ta arrange
poatponamaat of tha anferramant of tha
trtrnta oraar. aui -aa immaoiata prtea ra
4oviry that anauad gava way laiar whan
.daotala wra forthcoming front orflttala of
tha railway ampioyaa' organisations thai
any ehanga la tha atrlka ardor would ha
nada uolcaa. tha damand of tha man wara
Woraa waa knew fbltawad annotmetmantt
I bafora tha eloaa that tha Pannayl
vnlh railway withaut waiting for tha
' thraatanad atrlka ta opan. would oaaaa or
Saturday tha acraptanca of ny fralght
whatavar. In wmi raaaa. tha conaaquant
fall in what Quotatlona raachad aa low aa
IVfl huahal aa anpfd with yatardaya
flnlah. Hoa,vy gonaral aalllng aroompanlad
tha pMuga. Vlolant awtagw vara In prograaa
Liu tba gong claarcd tha pit.
" jCora htd ralatlvaly ataadr.. hut ra
'rflartad tha notion af whaat. Bullish crop
porta tandad aamawhat to uphold nrteaa.
9 tfats had no , tadapondanca af othar
a---T-Uf but 4kar waa hot llttla urgant
prhataura to all.
In tba prtt,lna trad It vaa dlffleult at
tUMhf ta buy wit bout eauatog a aiMtrp
adranee. Ai a rule, keweyar, kulroa failed
to kold. The unoartaintlea of tka atnke
outlook formed tko. cfclet rov.rnlnf Influ-
Ckloara t2aak Prleea Wkaat; No. i red.
ll.4H4-fH: No. I rod..1.4l1.44H;
No.1 kaxa.-ll.474j 1.4114: Na. I Hard. tl.lfH
1.4414. Corn: No. 1 yellow. Ill, 17c: No.
4 yalktw. Hike,- No. wklta, Iiel4c Oati:
No. I wklta, 4lo; etanderd, 44 440. Rye:
No. t. I1.144M.1B. Barley. IToll.ll. Roadi:
Ttmolky, ll.M04.7l; elorer. II.M14.tt.
Proyhlona: Pork. 111.41; lard, lll.HHl rlba.
fia.iiKayi..iii. . .
icna Haoalpta, 7,ies Galea; ojienanvaa.
Potatooa Klrkor: rocalpta. II aara: Jer-
ley eobblaro, 11.4491.14; Jeroay - ftinta,
11.1191.40; Utimaiota Okloa. I1.II91.II.
poultry Alive alfkor: xown, ikvisyfec;
NEW TOKK OBWEBAL MABKET.
OjtotiMt of tha Par on tha Loading
Naw Tork, Ang. II. Flour Uniottkd.
Whaat Soot, woak: No. 1 durum. 11.11;
No. I hard, fl.Htt. No. 1 northern, Duluth,,
i.s; no. l nortnarn, Jiaaitooa, ti.i..
. o. b. Now Tork.
Corn Spot, eaay; No, I yallow, 17c, e. 1. f.
Oata Baraly attady,
Hay Quiet: srlma. 11.10: Na. 1. 11.26:
No. I, l.lH0;.Hi No. S, 11,1-; shipping.
Hopa steady: atate, common to choice.
1111, J17c; 1114, 6Tc; Pacific coaat,
Illl, 1014c; 1914. 1Q9o.
Hida steady: Bogota: Zltt033c; Cen
tral America. 12(40,
aUathr stamdy : hemlock flrati, 17c: aec-
onda, Ko. '
Pork Steady: mesa. I20.00O20.S0: family.
Lard Strong: middle wtat, H 2&BH.3&.
Tallow Firmer: city. Tc nominal: coun
try. 109o; apaclal, l4o nominal.
Batter Firm: recalsts. 10.4IJ tubs: mar
ket unchanged to fco higher.
Egga strong: raoaipta, 17,54 caas; rraan
gathered extra ftne, I401bc;- extra firsts,
12031c; trill, lOCllc-
Coieifl Firm; receipts. 1,172 poxes;
state fresh, specials. II 0 18 He ; , state
frash, average fancy, lie.
PoultryLive, stead?: no prices settled:
dreaaad, firm; chickens, HOIle; fowls, 17
lie; turkeys, HOIle.
OhLtiA OENBBAt, MAHUT.
But tar No. 1 eraamerr. U oartons or
roba. Sto No. I, Slo.
Cbaaaa Imported Swiss, lb,, 4lo; domoa
to Swtaa, lie, block Swiss, lie; twins, 17o;
triplets, ITo: daisies, ITHe; Toung Amor
lea, llHo; blue label brick, 110; Urn
berger, SOot New Tork white, lloj Aooqua
oyatars ajtaniarda, Zi040o; selects, 10V
41c; eounta, l20fOc.
Fiah Freah: Halibut, lb, lie; catfish,
1I01To; red aalmon. 14c; fall salmon, llo;
whtteftah, lie; herring, Tc; trout, 14c; yel
low pike, ITo; bull heads, Ko; carp, c;
black baas, IZc; sunflsh, lc; cropptfi, He;,
pickerel. 19c; atesk codfish, lie; tlleflsh, Sc;
frash headless shrimp, fal., 11.31; red snap-
Ser, lb., lie; Spanish mackerel, llo; Lake
;rle, Jumbo whlteflah. 22c; flounders, 11c,
fresh peeled abrlmp, per gat., $3.
Beaf Cuts: No. 1 ribs, 11c; No. I, iTe;
No. 3, 13c; No. 1 loins. 23n; No. S, HM.e;
No. I. 10; No. 1. cburks, tle No. I,
llo; No. I, lOHo; N-. rounds, I7c; No.
1, lie; -No. I, 18c; No. 1 plates, loe; No, ,
le; No. I, !.
fntlt and vegetabla prlaea furnished bf
Ollinaky Fruit Co
y-ruita uranges. IBs, ibob, n, 14 hex:
12a, Ills, 14 71; lK9a, tft; 171s, 11.25; tOOs,
114a. IfOs. lu.SO. Umoni: lAOa aatta. ii aa-
choice. It. Praehea: Per box, $1 10; In lota,
11.11; btiaheis, fl.71 bu. Pears: Bushel
K ulCeri, i,76 bu.: Ilbushel lots. II. ta- is.
Dusnei iois or more, u.ni; uailiomta Bert let
fancy, 12.36 crate; Ch. I tier 0. $3.71; Bartlett
I tier -vl 28; fancy Flemish, 13.60; choice
Flemish, ll.tl. Or a pes; Home grown, Sflo
Diiriti; Msiagas, ai.es crate; Tokays, 1.
Apples: Orevemteln, .6 box; BelleAowers,
11.76; cooking, $1.11 bu.) barrels, $1.60 bbl,;
easting, $4.21. Cantaloupes: fltandarda,
13.7$ crate; penys. $3.11: (lata. II. WiUr-
metona; lo lb. Prunes: On arrival, $1.66
Vegetables: Sweet spurts. Vlr. barrels,
I4.lt bbl. : Southern hmuds.. II il hmn.
Call fern la crates. 4 crate; potatoes, bushels.
ft. iB wu. ,-. vinuns, Biietn, f. nraie; onions,
red. lo lb.; onions, western, IHo: cabbage,
Itte: tomatoes. Tic bask.: oucumbere. fcOet
celery, 4to dos. (
noney, si.ts aaaa.
Poultry Live: Broilers. 1U to I Ibe.. SOo:
over I lbs., lie. Hens: Over 4 lbs., 14c;
under 4 lbs., Ite: roosters and stags, 10o;
geaaa, full feathered, fat, 10c; young and
aid ducks, full feathered, fat, 14c; turkeys,
any alaa -over I I be., 24c; turkeys, less than
I lbs., half price; 1 capons, Ibe, and over,
I4e; guineas, Mch, fie. Squaba: Homers,
14. on. each, par dos,, 14.01; it oi, each, per
flos,, 12.10; I s. each, per dos,, $i.6; un
der I as .each, par dt. $. -Plwiva, jiar
Mlacellsneoua - cracker Jack, cornpops
and checkers, case, $1.1$; half cases, ll ti;
paanuu. Special No. 1, lb., IVfco; Jumba
peanuts, lc; popcorn, case. 11,60; honey,
ew, case. II, T, v .'-i i
Kaaaaa City Gsaerai Marfcai.
Hrelraee Clt . 'Au. ILWhist-M
hard, 11.41 Up!.-; No. I red, $1. 4191.14:
September, $l.4ltt1.4l; December,
i.S7Te; Msy. 01. 41.
corn no. 1 mixed, loome; no. 1 wmte.
11 He; No.. I yallow. Slo; September,
lor; December, Tlfte; May. 76e.
oata No. 1 white. 47c; No, 1 mlied, 41 0
lie. 1 ' ' ' '
Butter Creamery, lie:: flrata. too: aeo
nds, lie; parking, 4VsC, -
Kin Firsts, iiue,
Poultry Hens, lie; roosters, llo; hrollera.
MlBAaapolla Grata Market. '
Minneapolis. Aug. 10. Wheat September,
11.40; December, ,.4TK0jl.474., Cash:
No. 1 hard, $1.11; No. I northern, $1.60),
Oji.oiH; wa. 1 nortnern, $i.if.fati.ii.
Corn No. 1 yellow, II ITe.
Oata Na. I white, 43 944c, t
Plaiaeed II.OIH 0)1.00 ,
: St, Laols General Market
St Louis. Aug. 10. Wheat No. I red,
II. 1191. 64: No. S -hard, II 4101. II; 8ep
tern her, $1.11; December, $1.41.
Corn No. I, 1419160; No. 1 white, RIO
tlc; September, Sic; December, 7397lo.
pats no. s, 4c; no, 1 wnite. nominal.
Uvavptaal Grata Market.
Liverpool. Aug. SO. Wheat Soot: No 1
Manitoba, 14a 4d; No, 8, 14s Sd; No. I red,
western, its 40.
earn Bpot, American, silted, new. lee
Coffee Market, '"
New Tork, Aug. 80. An early decline In
the market for cor fee futures here today
waa followed, by re 1 Ilea on re porta of a
ateady cost and freight situation and
scarcity of freight room, particularly for
shipment from Braail to New Or teens. There
waa a renew.ii or scattering wail street and
cotton liquidation during the early trading,
and after opening at a decline of I to 1 1
points, active months sold about 10 to 14
notnta net lower. Nervous over tba rail
road situation was considered partly respon
sible for the esrly selling, but trade Inter
eats were reported moderate buyers en the
dcllne and. there was ooverlng on the rally
from 0.14c to 1.30c for December and from
24a to 0.IU for May during the lata
trading. The cloae waa a shade off from
tha best, but ateady, net unchanged to S
Mints lower. Bales, 44. 3. 0 nags, August,
September, October, November. De
cember. Otic; January. l.lOe; February,
0.14c; March, 1.33c; April, 0.13c; May, i tic
June, O.llc; July, .67c.
Mm) coffee waa reported in netter de
mand with tha tone firm at 3'Ae for Rio
7s snd 11 Wo for Santos 4s. Cost and freight
Affao were unehaneed.
The official cables mooned a oecnne vr
71 rels at Rio and l-10d in Rio eichange on
London, but Santos apots were unchanged
and futures n rsis nigner.
-V-" '" CatOssi Market.
New York. Aug. SO. Cotton Futures
opened Steady; uciooer, le.esc; wecernoer,
10.73c; January, ib.iic, wxn,
cotton futures) elosed barely eteady;Oeto
her, II. He; December, ll,T6c; January,
11.11c; March. II. He, May. 11 07c. Spot,
quiet; middling uplands. $16, I.e. No sales.
TnS Cotton mareei bwho ima. n
nhetid to 0 notnts lower.
IJvaroool. Aug. $1. Cotton Spot, firm :
good middling. 0.7le; middling, O.llc; low
middling, 0.4c. aataa. e.cse oaiea.
KTesnt4 Apples aad Dries. Frulta.
New Tork, Aug. 10. lBtapo rated apples,
dull; fancy, 7tc; cnoica. sejani prune,
Prunea Flm; California!, f9; Ore-
foTrinBl 7 1 1 P.
ApHeots Quiet; choice, 12912c; extra
choice, .a arise; inncy, ie w o-.
Peaches Quiet; choice. 4c; extra choice.
If fancv. 7C.
Relelne Steedr: renae musoabels. I We
choice lo, fancy aeeded, 791c; aeedleaft $
" Metal Market.
New Tork, Aug. SO. Metals Iad, $1.01
91.71. Spelter, eaay; spot, Bast St. Louis
delivery. 0-oe. pepper, arm: eiecireiytie,
IIT.OO9H.OO. Iron, ateady and unchanged.
Tin. easy; spat, I7.i7uair.iw
At London: Bpot copper, 1110; futures,
4100: electrolytic. Clio, spot tin. 1171: fu
tures, 4171 lea. Lead, 131 Is. Spelter, ill.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Good to Choice Cattle . Steady
to Stronger Others ' jkre ...
Easier Lambs Higher.
HOGS -HIGHEST ON RECORD
Omaha, Aognst SO, 1111
Pafl la, llaae Ikaaa
Official Uondev ii ii-j' im' te tea
Official Tueaday 1,120 7,17 Sl!l8
estimate Wednesday., 7,000 - 7,200 30,000
Three days this waeklS.IIS 11,122 11,723
tai wBfN...,!)! !,( 11,111
Same days 2 weeks ago24.4tO 27,103 IV, 7? 6
St me days I weeka atoll, 617 20,631 43,140
Same days 4 weeks agol4,l37 14,230 16,008
Same days laat year.. 33,711 14,071 10..J0S
neeeipts and disposition of live stock at
"" wnn.n. i ub, uineiieB, mot iwenty
noure enaing at l o clock p. m. yes-
C M. A t, P 4
3 .. I
SS 47 "t
n ii V.
4 i ..
34 16 I
t l a.
101 10S I
Missouri Pacific I
Union Pacific it
C., N. W.. aaat.. s
C., A N. W weat.... 64
C. St. P., Ii. A O.t.a 4
B. Mt O . hatdt . 9
C, B. A 0-. west.... 13a
C. R. I. p., eaat.... 0
Chicago,, (it. West,..
Total receipts ,...,217
pBtltet Unn Ihear,
Morris A Co........ 120 1,660 1,403
Swift and Comnanv ..,.1.174 171 mit
Cudahy Pack. Co. ...... .1,30 .... $,70
Armour co. 1,130 1,108 4,011
Schwarts A Co.. S4
J. W. Murphy J.ua ....
Liincoin pacn. Co II
South Omaha Pack. Co.. !7 .... ....
oemon, vansant au Lush... 70
F. B. Lewis ............ id
J..B. Root A;Co........ 141
Hi Bulla 40
L. F, Huss ............ 41
Rosenatock Bros. ........ 436 ,r. ....
P. O. Kellogg ... i 107 .
Werthelmer A Degen ..... 470 ,.
H. F. Hamilton ......1.. 20 ....
Sullivan Broa 40 - .... ....
Rothschild ds Krcbe .... 33 ....
Missouri A K ansae Calf Co 12
Hlgglna 11 .... ....
Roth 72 .... ....
Oies berg , 7
John Harvey ,
.. ..... A, 44 ,
Dennis A Francis
Jesnsen A Lungran 1.16 .... - ....
Other buyers 106 .,. .14.434
Totals .;. .-.Mlf 6,102 S7.I61
Cattle Race) nta ware vary fair for
Wednesday, making a total for tha three
daya this week 28,082 head, tha largeat of
any week for a long time back. The threat
euea strike on' Monday, September , naa
made the situation .vary uncertain In live
stock clrctee. At Chicago, where packers
evidently want a few cattle for home con
sumption to tide ever tha prospective strike
period, prices made a wild Jump, At Omaha
no great change took place, the trade being
little alow, with good to c notes xinaa
steady to stronger and common to medium
kinds steady to easier. -
Owing to the fact that tha big railroad
lines ars giving notice that they will not
receive live stock shipments for delivery
after September I, there Is an expectation
all tha live stock markets that they
will be out of business with tha close of
this week unless the strike for Monday la
called off. ...
Representative sales: ' k '
, UKNI" 8TB BBS. 1 ,
No. , Av. Pr. " No. , Av. Pr.
1. ....... Ill 01 17... 1034 $4 16
0 041 0 II . $.. ...... 1111 40
16. ...... .inoa I 0ft II...- 1017 6 76
II, ...... .1136 T 30 II... 1140 T SI
I ...1440 I 40 1$ 104 0 10
II... 1311 0 00 61 ..1121 10 10
STBBRS AND HBIFBRS,
..Ill I 4. II
.. Ill I II I
, , 171 ' T 14
, VBAI. CAI.VBS.
. , III I ,1 II
.. Ill I 04 . I .... ,
. . 141 10 10
..III III I
.. 114 7 II
711 It 40
Ml I tl
lit It tt
101 I 04 . 4.,..,
Ill I 11 II...,,'.
II I II II...'.,
. ... Ill
Ill I II It..
SOUTH DAKOTA. :
No. A. Pr. No. A.
17 bf lira. ,1141 7 11 lkfitn.,1141
P. Ullla Wyomln.
I4iteen,.101l 7 It iheltere. fit
Charlaa Nalioa Colorado.
Ilfeedera. Ill 110 I cow.... 114
H. P. HllmaB Colorado. ,
I kelfera. lit 111 Ilfeedera. Ill
. 1.0. Woolfolk South Dakota.
II It. era. .1011 171 lieadera. Ill
C. U Robert! Colorado.
II feedera. Ill 111 It feederi. .771
C. 8, Webb Wyomlni.
Ibt.tra.. 114 4 74 2 bfltrl..llOI
J. Wan.k Wyorhln.
I atk it. Ill 7 tt It itk lira. 141
Auruat Caraten Colorado.
Ilfeedera. Ill I II I feedera. Ill
H. P. Luke N.braika.
Ilfeedera. 747 I II I feeder., til
B. B. . Brook. Wyoming.
lSeew,,..10ll I 41 11 cow.... tot
Art; A. Branitlt.r Nabraaka.
Ilfeedera. Ill I II 4 kelfera. t7
Perry Andaraon Colorado.
I bf oowi.ioai lit' t.tkkf.. 474
T. 8. Steed Wyomlni.
ltltkltra. 414 III llbf eowe.ltit III
Stamble as Bnf.l-rN.bra.ka.
llrtkkla 111 lit 14.lk.tr.. Ill
Cobh A Reek Wyomlnc
leowa.,.lltl 110 II atk etra. 717
Frank H. .lewett South Dakota.
I Metre . 171 7 11 14 etk alra.1011
John Wkltakor Wyoming. -
41 itaer... 1174 I 40
F. ai. neinncn 'Hontana.
II eowa.. .HIT lit Meow... .1411
Max Prochmer wyomlni.
4MW1...1100 4 41 7 iteera, .lilt
Kd Knapp Wyoming.
llltaera.. Ill 7..1I . I .taere. .. 741
' Hoge Tha market' wan anoth.r e.treme
ly uneven and rhe.ny atfair, Shipper, had
eonalderably broader ordera and bought fre
ly early, paying prlneo .that were ail tne
way from etreng to. In extreme caiei, a.
much aa a dime higher, and on the bulk
at their purrha.ee looked itrong to a nickel
HP. They paid ai htgb aa I10.lt, wblca
priea aela a new high mark for tba year to
date, and equate the record for the yarda.
Tha parker trade opened out juot .bout
.teady, and a good .h.r. of the offering,
eotd that way, three of the four outfit,
tilling their ordera at yeeterdey'a prtcee One
packer, however, refueed to even make a
bid up to a lata hour In the forenoon, and
aa a reeult there were .till twenty, er mora,
loada of hoga In the pena attar the other
buvere had flllid their order, and Uft th.
Later en In the dey one er two packer
buyer, went bark In tha yard, and rleand
up what hoga they were able to get their
own way. shlppera and yard tradera alM
took a few late and by noon a fair clear
ance of the freah etuff had bean made.
Theae lata aalaa were a dime .lower than
Th. average market waa llttte different
from yest.rday'e, the early atrength being
offaet by the weakneaa on the close. Bulk
ot the ealae ehowed more of a apread, be
ing ouet.d at tt0.llO10.lt, and tope, a.
noted, reaching ft0.lt.
Av. aa. rr. wo. av.
10 ... tt II 71. .111
... It 00
140 10 10
10 10 10
lit II 10
... 14 41
lit 14 41
... II Ii
41 14 44
141 It II
... 10 II
100 10 40
... 10 10
40 10 10
... II II
Sheep Thla mornlng'e eheep and lamb
run waa by far the largeat received on I
Wedneeday ao far thla year, eetlmatea call
Ing for 10T eara, or 11,000 head. It waa
alio the blgge.t run on the merket map,
Chicago, tha neareet eompetltor, wiring only
10,000 head early. So far thl. week artivali
have bean 01.711 head, being 10,000 larger
than laat week ana .,oov neevier than twa
weeke age, but a ahortage af It. too aa com
pared with the eame daya laat year.
Pat lambe reacted 'thla .morning, there
being a better reeling in the trade right
from the oute.t. liovement got etarted la
pretty fair eraeen, and while gome aalaa
were calted !uet etreng. bulk ot the offer.
Inge .old at a 10lle advance. Nearly
everything ned rnangee nanee by midday.
For tne gooe to cnoice lamoe II waa
I1O.009101O affair, not much of any da.
iraoie inter aiuri aenmg unoer tnia apread.
More than one band reached tha toe, llt.lt.
and other. Mid at tlliooyio tl, while en
Tueaday only one band landed above even
The definitely eertoua lure the otrlk.
altuatlon had taken acared feeder buyera
aomewhat, and on early rounde of the trade
today erery one waa a llttla backward
about taking; hold, and what few deala were
made early looked weak at yeeterdey'a
price.. Later on, however, buyera got over
their fear of being unable to get ahlpmente
out and when bulk . of feeder offerlnge
moved It we. on a good ateady baate. For
the better klnda of laroba It waa a 110.10
010.11 nronoaltlon. The beat of the reeding
ewei again moved at lt.00O6.3S, with 14.40
04.71 buying cul a to fair atuff. Borne area
breedere were quoted ateady at 17.40.
Kenreieutatlvo aa ea: ,-..
No. .... ; ,Av., Pr.
14 Oregoa feeder ewei ........114 . II 00
II Oregon feeder lambe 11 ' ?
1101 Nevada feeder lambe .... 17 10 IB
111 Nevada feeder Iambi , 14 I 10
CHICAGO I.rVB STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Strang, Here Steady. Kbee Strong.
Chicago. Aur. 10. Cattle Receipt!. 13.-
000 head: market itrong; native beef cattle.
17. 154,11. 3S; wemern eteera. Il.7iet.40:
atocken and feederi, 11.1008. 00; cow, and
hetfere, tl.7S0O.4O; calve,, It. 00011.10.
Hoga Raealpta, 31,000 ' heed; market
ateady at lo advance; bulk, I1O.BO011.1S;
ngnt, oio.7O0ll.BO: mixed. 110.10011. zo:
heavy, llOOB011.il; rough, 1O.OS01O.3O;
Mheep and l,ambi Recelpti. 30,000 held;
market atrong; wethera, ll.lSO7.40;. ewei.
I4.1H07.3O; lamba, ll.S0O10.8S.
St. Leali Live Stock Market.
, St. Louli Mo.. Aug. SO. Cattle Receipt!.
t.100 head; market higher; native beef
ateerl, 17.00 0 10.7S-: yearling ateera and
aeirere. fS.ftoaio.lB; eowa. oe.TOVT.i,;
atoekera and .feeder., tS.SOOI-00; Texaa
quarantine ateere. tS.S0OI.S0; prime louth
ern iteeri, M. 00 91-00; eowa and helfera.
I4.e09l.00; prime yearling ateera and
helfera, t7.SO0t.OO; native calve., 14.009
Hoga Receipt., 1,100 head: market high-
er; plga and light.. I7.I09U.3S; mixed
and butchrn, 111.06911.40: good heavy,
til. 10011. 40: bulk. til. 00 011. 31.
Sheep and Lambe Recelpta 4,400 head;
market atrong: Iambi, I7.00O10.40; ilaugh.
tar ewea, IS.00 9 7.26; bleating ewei, 19.009
10:00; yearllnga, to.000,.10.
Kaaiaa City Live Stock Merket.
Kanaaa City.-Mo., Aug. 10. Cattle Re
celpta, 11.000 head; market ateady; atockere
and feederi ilow, lie lower; prime fed
nteere. I10.00OI1.00; dreeeed beef eteere.
IT.SO0l.7t; weatern iteeri, 04. 0001. .0;
atoekera and feedera, IS.7S98.1i; bulla, IS. 00
On.so; calvea, 30.sooii.oo,
Hogi Recelpti, 13.000 heed; market
ateady; bulk, I10.S0O10.3S; heavy, 110.109
10.74; packer! and butchera, 110.00910.03;
light, 110. S0910.IS: plga, t. 109 10.00.
Sheep and Lambe Receipt!, 7. BOO head:
Iambi, 19.760 10.3S; yearilnge. 17.1691.00;
wethera, 17.0007.10; ewe., 11.6007.10.
; Slenx City Live Stock Market.
. Sioux City, la,, Aug. 10 Cattle Re
celpti, 1,100 head; market eteady to 16026c
lower; beef, eteera, 14.16910.26: butchera.
t6.1S9t.S0; fat rowa and helfera, 16.109
4.40; oannera, I4.t0 9 6.60; atoekera and feed
eri, 16.4007.60; bulla itagi, etc., 16.3600. 26.
Hoga Receipt!. 4.104 head; market, 16c
higher: light, 110.00910.10; mixed. 110.20
010.16: heavy, 110.30910.76; hulk of lalea,
. Sheep and Lambe Recelpta, SOI head.
;' St. Joaeph Live Steak Market.
St. ' Joeeph, ' Aug. lO.-attle Recelpta.
1.100 head; market .low; .teen, I0.60O
10.10: cow. and hotter., $4.26910.00; oalvea,
Sheep and Lamb. Receipts, 600 head;
market steady; Iambi, II.S0910.1S; ewea,
Live Stack la Sight.
Reaelpta of live stock at the five principal
weatern markets yesterday:
, . Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
Chicago ...1.1,000 12,000 10,000
Kanaaa City. ....11.000 . 13 000. 7.100
St. LOUI 1.100 1,100 4,400
SIOUX City 1,300 , 4.800 BOO
Omaha 7,000 7.300 31.000
Totala ...!..'... 44. 400 IS. 600 41.400
Local Stock, aad Bond..
Ouotellona furntahed by Burne. Brinker
Co.. 441 Omaha National bank building,
Stocka Bid. Aeked.
Avery, Company, common .... 10 81
Beatrice Cream Co.. 7 pet. pfd..,100 10714
Booth Flaherle. Co., pfd 10 II
Deere gt Co., pfd.. ex-dividend. . 19 Mj tl
Fairmont Cream Co.. 7 pet. pfd. 10314 .....
Hooch, Mill. Kle. Co.. 7 pet. pfd. ti 100
Lincoln Tel A Tel. Co., com
mon. .7 act. - 00 . 08
Mountain Statea Tel A Tel. Co. Ill ' 111
Omaha A bound Bluff. If t
Bridie.-. vfd. ea
Omaha Council Bluff. St. Ky
oto .' 73 is
Paler. Mill Co., pfd. It 101
Packard Motor Co., pfd 100 lot
Sulsberaer 'at Sons, pfd. ...... II 100
Swltt A Company ...144 146
Union Stock Tarda,.! pet. atoea
ex-dlvldend tv 1"
Updike drain Co., common ,...103
nn,h at. I.0UI1 4's. ltll.... ttWj 100
Denver 0. A Blec. s:s, 1041.... Ill, II
Iowa Fori land uemem i;e., ea
1110-1134 II HO
Port Dodge, Dea Moines Sioux
Kanaaa City Ry. ret l'a. 1144.. IT It
Omaha A Council Blulfa St, Ry.
Sulsberger A Sons. I s IIS1::!1
i'a. 1111 "Vt I7H
Swltt A Company is .11014 100
City of Tork, N.O., uen. xmpr.
Trenton. Nebr.. Electric, 11
New York Money Market,
New Tork, Aug. 10. Mercantile Paper
114 03 per cent.
Sterling Exchange 40-day hllle. 14.71 H;
demand. I4.76K; cables. 14.74 7-11.
Silver Bar, 4714e: Mexican dollare. 1144c.
Bonds Oovernment, ateady; railroad Ir
regular. Time Loans 10 daya. 1 14 9 1 Per cent:
It daye, 10.01 per cenl; I montha, 1404
Call Money Steady: high. 114 per cent:
low, 114 per cent; ruling rate, 314 per cent:
last loan, 310 per cent; do. Ing bld114 per
cent: ottered at II. per cent.
11. S. ret. Is, reg.tl M., K. A T. lit 4. 7414
n a rf. Is. cou.tl M. Pac. con. Be.. 107
IT. S. 3s. reg. . ..lOOliMonL Power 6s,. .071,
IT, 8. 3e, cou.. .levers, r. t aeo. ....in
IT. S. 4s. reg...l0H,N. T. City 41,1
it a ... COU...U0 (1166) 109
Am. Smeller, fs.108 N. I.. N. H. A H
'A.T. A T.C.414S.1" cv. e ti2
Anglo-French 6a. 96 14 No. Pac. 4s 9114
Atchlion. gen. 4s.. 93V, -No. Pac. 81.... .46 ,
Bait. tinto ...... .-'re. o. ... rci. ...a-
n.ih m.. I rf Ba. 140 14 Pac. T. A T. Se .loOU
Cent. Pac. 1st.. .88 Penn. eon. 4 lis. . 104S
Chea. A O. e.414i l4HPenn.'gen. 4"4s, .101 14
C. B. A Q.. Jt. 4a. 074. Reading gen. 4a. .96
C.,M. A St.P.e.ls.lOIHSt. I.. A 8. F.
C. R. I. P. By- ' 7S9S114
ret. 4e 71I4SO. Pac. cv. Be. .loan
Colo A S. r. 4Vj..l24,So. Pac. ret. 4a... lilt
D a n: O. .0. ea.ie -ao. nauway aa..iuvi,
71 Un. Pac. 4s 961.
Oen. Klectrlc ia.lOiajlla. Pac. cv. 4...93h
Ot. No. let 414B..99 IT. 8. Rubber 4s. . 10? 4
III. Cent. rer. ti..i,tu. o. oiee, t. . . . tvr,.
Int. M. M. 4vis..l084W. Union 41ia....lS14
K. C. S. ref. i....9'West. El c. Sa..1l
I.. A N. un. 4....I3I4D. A R, O. ref. 6.4714
I . . . "
Omaha. Aug. 10. Bank eleartnga for
Omaha today ware 14,096,409.11, and for the
corresponding day laet year 13,314,121.16.
OH aad Koala.
Savannah. Oa., Aug. 30. Turpentine
Firm; 4IH0 43HC: sates. 33S bbla.; re.
celpts, 430 bbl!.; Ihlpmenti, none; itock.
Roiln Firm; lalea, 1,433 bbla.: receipts.
I, 061 bble.; ahipmenta. none; stock. 7S.64S
bble. Quote: A R. IB.80; C. D. 16.66; E.
16.1091.91: F. 4.00tJ4 074; Q, I6.OB04.1B;
H, II.1IOI.I0: I, lt.ll0l.TO; K. 11.30; M.
II. 31911714; N, lt.lt; WO, 11.46; WW.
Dry Geede Market.
New -Tork. Aug. SO. Cotton goede and
yarna were Arm today. Worsted yarns of
a staple character were quiet and firm.
Jobber, did an active trade.
New Tork. Aug. 10. Sugar Raw, dull;
centrifugal, 4.11c; molasses, 4.13c. Refined,
dull; fine granulated, 7. 00 9 7.11c. Sugar fu
turea at noon were I to 11 peinta lower.
Grain Receipts Are the -Lightest
for Some Time
Prospects for a railroad itrike have
already had their effect upon the
movement of grain toward the mar
ket. Omaha receipts today were the
lightest since the new. wheat com
menced to come in. . Receipts were:
Wheat. bl corn. 25;. bats. 36 carloads.
V'hat prices were 2 cents down to
I cent up, the sales being mane at
$1.3(5; 1. 44. Corn sold a fourth orT
to a half up, fetching 7880 cents
per bushel. Oats were a fourth up
to a fourth down and sold at
44J4 cents. .
HEW YORK STOCKS
Railway Labor Situation Again
AU-Absorbing Feature of.
the Market. V
QUOTATIONS ARE LOWER
New Tork. Aur. 3V Th railway labor
altuatlon waa affair, th aH-abaorblne fea
ture' of today'! market, but prlceji aug
Bested that Wall atreet atlll had confidence
that a atrlke would be prevented. Quota,
tlona were mainly, and In lomt Instances,
materially lower at the oenlnir, with com
plte recoveries and a few actual raina at
Mercantile Marine Uaues made new rec
ords, the common advanclnc 3"t potnta to
43c, with an equal gain for the preferred
at 1 U. Combined dealing In Marine
amountrd to about ITt.OOO shares, or tl
per cent of .the day'a business.
A new maximum waa established by
Kelly Bprlhgfleld Tire, which roae 1 to
774, while other shares of the same de
scription were lifted. American Can com
mon .and preferred. Continental Can and
the better known fertilisers were in 'de
mand, at temporary rains, shading off,
however, with the balance of the list In
the -general realizing of the final hour.
Rails and United Statea Steel were lower
by 1 to l'ei points, but recovered some of
their lossea when selling pressure relaxed.
Munitions and related storks Hosed at
Irregular declines. Total sales amounted
to 680,010 ahares.
Prevailing Industrial prosperity was de
noted by- the restoration of American Loco
motive common shares to their I per cent
dividend 'basis after eight years of sus
pended payments and the reviews of trade
authorities, which reported an unabated
inquiry for ateet and Iron products.
Rubles were a rain the sole efature nf the
dull foreign exchange market, on their fur
ther advance to 34.00 In connection with
additional purchases of Russian securities.
Irregular changes were noted In the bond
market, with heavy trading In Anglo
French Bs. Total sales, par value, 13,870 000
United Statea bonds wero unchanged on
(la ! HI ti T .nw flm
Am. Beet Sugar 86
American Can T.2000 04 S8H h9
A. Car ft Foundry. 1,300 1 SOU flOH
Am. Locomotive.... 0,200 7b 744 744
ntti. omen, n nei... 0,1,1)11 91 imfc Vt
Am. Sugar Ref.... 200 131 130 130
Am.; Tel. & Tel 200 131 130 130
Am. Z. U ft 8 2.K00 33 31 83
Anaconda Conner... S.IO0 ML si
Atchison J.300 102 102 102
Bald. Locomotive,. .0fl- 77 7fi 76
Baltimore A Ohio.. 3,500 85 84 84
Brook. Rap. Transit dfi
R. ft 8. Conner T Sfifl est. K2 aa
Cal. Petroleum 800 18 18 18
Canadian Paciflo .. 2.300 177 176 176
Central Leather.... 1..00A 60 60 68
Chesapeake ft Ohio. 5,000 60 60 fifl
M. A St. P 2.300 83 i SV 2U
Chicago fl N. W 126
C. R. I. ft P. Ry... 1,000 17 17 17
Chlno Copper 2.200 61 604 61
Colo. Fuel fl Iron.. 8,600 47 46 46
Corn Prod acts Ref.. 600 14 14 14
Crucible Steel f 600 76 74 73
'iBmier s occur. . u
Erie 2.800 364 36 3BU
Oeneral Electric... 300 169 169 169
Ot. Northern pfd... 7.000 117 116 116
Ot. No. Ore etfs.... 3.600 37 &6 36
lllonots Central 1,400 101 101 101
Inter. Con. Corp 200 16 16 16
Inspiration Copper. .17,600 66 64 04
Inter. Harvester 114
Int M. M. pfd. ctfs. 81,700 104 100 103
K. C. Southern 600 24 24 24
Kennecott Copper... 7.000 49 48 48
Louis. A Nash 129
Me. Petroleum.... S.100 102 102 .102
Miami Copper 1,400 24 34 14
U.. K. ft T. pfd
Missouri Pacific... 1,300 3 8 S
Montana Power 200 91 tl tl
National Lead 66
Nevada Copper...;. 2,600 19 18 18
New Tork Central.. 6,000 10.1 102 102
W. T N. H fl H.... 900 68 68 68
norioiK western. sun iz iiv iz
Northern Pacific... 4,000 110 109 109
Pacific Mall 4.200 27 26 26
Pacific Tel. ft Tel .... 34
Pennsylvania 600 66 66 66
Kay uon. copper... x.suo z& Z4 24
Readinr 88.400 104 103U 103
Ren. Iron fl Steel... 7.200 62 61 61
Shat. Arlsona Cop.. 900 28 27 27
Southern Pacific... 2,900 97 97 97
Southern Railway.. 3,000 23 23 22
Studebaker Co 11.200 126 122 124
Tenneasee Copper... 6.100 24 22 23
Texas Company..,. 700 192 191 191
Union Pacific 19.300 140 139 139
U. 8. Ind. Atcoho.. t.700 111 109 109
17. 8. Steell 112,900 96 96 96
V. 8. Steel pfd 1,600 117 117 117
Utah Copper f, 700 . 26 26 26
w a Das n pi a. - ... sve
Western Union 94
West. Blectrla 2,200 68 68 68
Total sates ror tne asy. ssu.oou snares.
Mad Dog Bites Five :
Victims Before Shot
Four children and one grown per
son are known to have been bitten
by a mad dog which, attacked every
one in its path at Forty-second and
Q streets, South Side, Tuesday even
ing. . . ';
The victims are js tollows:
Fred Haffke. a caroenter, and his
young son, S42l South Thirty-third
Grace Henderson and Winifred
Henderson, 5124 South Forty-second
Alice Cummings, 5151 South Forty
' When the crazed canine attacked
Haffke the latter killed the brute with
a bullet from his revolver.
Physicians who examined the dog s
head stated that the animal was af
flicted with rabies. ,
The children bitten by the dog will
be taken to the Lincoln sanitarium
Four Bound Over to
The District Court
Robert Williams, charged with a
statutory offense by Juanita Nolan
and Beulah Steele, was bound over to
the district court with bonds fixed at
$5,000. He was also bound over with
bonds of $1,000 for robbing the Steele
Charles E. Russell stole an automo
bile belonging to H. H. Cox of Polo,
Mo., from Eighteenth and Dodge
streets, was arrested by Officer Coop
er while on the machine at Thirty
third and Seward streets and was
bound over to the district court with
bonds fixed at $750.
Kenneth Brown was caught with
his fineers clutching another man's
pocketbook and was bound over with
$1,000 bonds, as was Sedelia Brown,
colored, who in a little misunder
standing with a relative, Jessie
Brown, took a shot at the latter with
a revolver. -
Automobile Crashes Into
Street Car on Farnam
M. D. Giffons. 3829 North Twen
tieth avenue, .while driving an auto
mobile at Twenty-ninth and Farnam
streets, collided with a street car pi
loted by Motorman F. M. Drake. 3928
North Twentieth avenue. Both the
auto and car were damaged consid
erably and the occupants shaken up,
but not injured.
Judge Discharges Autoists
Brought in by Motormen
Vr C T7ii4tr.wav anr! Ouv Thome-
... j j -
son, street car motormen, brought
. -II I .--lc ..:.l.,..a kafnr.
WO eurgcu ir(iiv. viuiiiuia
the police judge, but both were dis
charged. Paul Gilquist, 3011 Web
ster street, was fined $5 and costs,
with a suspended sentence. B. Mil
der, 1817 Evans street, was fined $1
and costs. '
Persistent Advertising is the Road
to Success. ,
JOBBERS HAYE PLAN
Open Branch Houses in Ne
braska Towns to Over
come Freight Rates. -
KEEPS COMPETITION EVEN
Omaha jobbers are rapidly prepar
ing plans to establish branch houses
or warehouses in Lincoln, Grand Is
land, Norfolk, and possibly Fremont,
in order to compete with some of the
other wholesale centers under the new
freight rates, which become effective
in Nebraska October 25.
The conference of Nebraska rail
road men, heid in Chicago, resulted
unfavorably to the jobbers of Omaha.
They had hoped the roads might de
cide to. establish rates that would be
alike for competing cities.
Instead ot that, the railroad men
are back from Chicago with the word
that the big bosses at headquarters
told them the flat distance scale ot
rates must be put in. This is under
the order of the Interstate Lommerce
commission issued a few weeks ago,
raising the Nebraska rates from the
scale that has obtained for two years,
to a higher level.
Under the flat distance scale, Lin
coln jobbers have a distinct advan
tage over Omaha in shipments on the
Burlington west of Lincoln, sioux
City has an advantage over Omaha in
competing for business in northern
and northwestern Nebraska, fremont
has an advantage in competing for
business west on the Union Pacific.
It is these advantages which have
promoted the Omaha jobbers to de
cide hastily to institute branch houses
at points of vantage. Omaha houses
handling hardware, implements, gro
ceries and several other commodities,
will establish these branches.
Route Through Omaha.
Then they can route part of their
stock right through Omaha to these
warehouses out in the state. This
will give them the first advantage of
the through rate and also of the ship
ments in carload lots. Then they will
be in position to ship out from these I
Turpin's School of Dancing.
First beginner's class, Monday, September 11th, 8 p. m.- First
advanced class, Tuesday, September 12, 8 p. m. Applications re
ceived now. Harney 6143. Private lessons any time. 28th and Far
nam Sts. First High School class starts September 30th, 8 p. m.
Children's class begins Saturday, October 7th, 2:30 p. m.
Dally Mails .a IilS Evary Nltht SilS
Maslova and Artists from
Imperial Russian Ballet.
BON ITA A LEW HEARN, Cranbcrrlas, Li-
bonita, Ruth Budd, Willing, Bantlay A wil
ling, Baaman 4 Andaraon. Orpheum Travsl
Prteea Mat., tallary Me; baat aaats (axeapt
Sat. and Sun.) 26c; ntshta lte. Z5e. SOe. Tfic
Opening Today for ThrM Day, Fri
day and Saturday.
WEBER AND WILSON
"Dancing a la carta."
Vaudavilla Graat Dancing Rcviaw
STROSS AND BECKER
High Claia Musical DivertiaMinant.
KNAPP AND CORN ELLA
Pot Pourl of Vaudavilla.
DE MAR . SISTERS '
Character Chances, Singing and
BEST PHOTOPLAYS ALWAYS
HIS STOLEN FORTUNE
With Francis Bushman and Bavarly
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER."
CO'XaLatatCft D"1' Mat" !!"28-50c
a"lr W Evan'ga. 1B-28-S0-75C
BARNEY GERARD OFFERS .
SOME SHOW AND EDMOND HAYES.
Tha natabla vaudavilla haadllnar at "A Wiaa
"Guy and "Tha Pianal u.i.Aa.
Movar" fama. Larfa c..t , 'ir"1:,.
and Garard Beauty Chorus. I BURLESQUE
Ladiaa' Dima M.Una Waak Daya.
Sat. Mai. A Wk.-O.y. Marlta A "Wsrll al fr.ll. i"
BOYD N" Pioyfef
DU I U Spaakuig Pllya.
Four Daya Matinao Evary Day
Baginning Sunday Malinaa
My Mother's Rosary
By Edward E. Roaa
Evaninga lOc-SOc; Mats., all Saata, 25c
LAST TIMES TODAY
Owan Moors and Marguorita Courtout
in Edgar Salwyn's Play
; "ROLLING STONES"
10c 'Admission Always 10c
mm I I C C 4 Porloraaaneaa
YIU9Cs Dally, 1-3-T-
HENRY B. WALTHALL
"The Sting of Victory"
OMAHA VS. DES MOINES
(Games Called. 3:15) -
points in smaller quantities 'or the
local trade., paying tne flat distance
scale of rates, which will make them
no worse off than the cities with
which they seek to compete.
While the flat distance rates put
Omaha at a disadvantage as against
some of the other Nebraska cities and
Sioux City, they witl give Omaha an
advantage over both Kansas City and
St. Joseph in competing for all Ne-
braska and western business.
Visiting Nurse Tag.
. Day on September 6
All is set for Visiting Nurse asso
ciation "Tag day" Wednesday, Sep
tember 6. The directors and nurses
are hoping that this year will be a
banner year for contributions in or
der that the good work of the or
ganization may continue.
The nurses are just now particu
larly interested in a family of six chil
dren which they cared for last year
when one the children did. The
stork , is once more hovering over
the household, and so they are car
ing for the mother now. .
A 10-year-old tot in the family as
sists in the care of her mother, help
ing to get things ready for the nurse's
visit. She watches the nurse's minis
trations, and the next time the nurse
comes has everything ready for her.
Every day she has. a flower or some
little token of appreciation as a part
ing gift for the nurse who is doing
things for her mother.
"Jitney to Chi," May Be ,
Cry After Strike is On
Jitney lines may run from Omaha
to Chicago, Kansas City, St. Joseph
and other cities in case of a general
Representatives of automobile and
taxicab companies said that they
would undoubtedly make trips to Chi
cago and Kansas City when the strike
becomes effective if they could get
loads of passengers and at a price
sufficient to make it worth the trip.
The trip to Chicago can be made
from Omaha by auto in two days. It
is thought that . regular , scheduled
service might be established by auto
between cities of this distance from
Persistent Advertising is the Road
to Success. ,':,(-!!, ,.'.-" ' 1
BE IN THE
Tonight at 9 p. m. we are go- w
ing to Aim the entire Strand y
aodiance, so if you want to see 1
how you look in "movies," don't f
forget to come down tonight. j
BRING THE 1
Friday morning at 9, and we m
will gladly film them free, tahs. S
ing close-up views of Omaha's f
coming citizens these pictures j
forming a part of our picture ii
called - I
A Twentieth Cen-1
which will be shown at our I
theater very shortly, r 1
Oh, yes, we have a corking u
good picture on toinght called t
the MARRIAGE OF MOLLY O, .
featuring Mae Marsh and Rob- g
ert Harron and one of those . 1
Keystones well, we can't de- fl
scribe it you just laugh, then I?
howl that's all. ' j
Labor Day Last Day of Park 3j
S Fox Feature Films Every S
S Evening FREE,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31
"Blue Blood and Red"
Georf Walsh and Doris Pawn 5
BATHING BOATING I
s DANCING f
i Riding Device and Other s
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