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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 15. 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
&14 S. 3TH ST. 9-room modern house, lot
45tl40 fMt, barn, right In line with west
ward growth of ctty. Between Harney
and Leavenworth 8ts. Rnti $420 per
year. Price 13,760.
1701 Pinkney 6t. 5-room modern cot
tage, carafe, corner lot, with lawn and
tthade; studio on lot suitable for doctor'
office, ahop, small store, etc. Streets
paved, cement walka. Good location;
2.7&0 ; easy terms.
6123 N. 22d St. B-room cottage, mod
ern except furnace; lot 67x127 feet; east
float. Renta 1216 per year. Price $2,000.
1720 fiprague St. 6-room cottage, all
modern, screened porch, paved street, close
to Sherman Ave, car; J,S00. Submit of
fer. 11 18 & 80th Ave 3 -room modern house,
Mraxe, lot 45x136 feet, lawn. Clone to
' r (Park line); two blocks north of
unseen, park. Rents 1390 per year. Price
'-.500 for quick sale. Reasonable terms.
J46 Omaha National Bank Bids.
LIST your bousea with us for rent. The
demand U good and we bav. waiting
J. H. DUMONT 6k CO.. (Realtor,).
418 Keellne BhlK. Phone D. 69".
R a TRUMBULL
MRS let Net Rt Hill ' ItS
REAL ESTATE Investment
Three Blocks From 16th and
Two Blocks From Court
Full lot with modern brick Improve
ment netting 6 per cent. Location assures
ultimate increase; an excellent, close-In In
vestment with speculative advantages,
$8,000 cash will handle.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Boutlaa 3,63. 19-80 City Nat. Bank.
178.000 Incom, 11 per ent; oil, year
old; very f-ne location: mortgage $88,000
and will accept $30,000 in trad,i bl
aaot oasb or nagrtlabl, uapen
CALKINS A CO..
Dooglas 1818 City Net. Bank Bldt
BEE US FljK INVESTMENT AND
A. P TUKET A SON.
Sjn Ptmr National Bank BIdg
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WILL exchange a number of residence lnoome
properties, some new and others nearly
new; also some vacant. Some aret clear ot
Incumbrance and some Incumbered about
40 per cent. Wan clear land.
Sit New First National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 6886.
HAVE) client with 340 acres good landTn
eastern Montana. Clear, worth f 6,000
three ml las from good railroad 'own
Want S to l-rooix. modern Omaha resi
dence, valued 14.009 ti 16,000. Joseph
Pick. 2219 Evans St. Web. 4860
HAVE a fine 10 room, modern home, on
Emmet, Just east of Florence Blvd. Will
exchange for West Nebraska or Colorado
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
9:9-30 CityNat. Douglas 8862.
X HAVE ft 126.000 hardware, doing good
business, and SIO.OOO In money Want
western Iowa or eastern Nebraska farm
8. 8. and R B Montgomery. SOtt Omabs
National Bank JJldg-
GOOD hotel with three lots; only hotel In
town: has 18 rooms, steam beat and In
good shape. Price $8,000.00; will want a
little cash and western land. O. A, Hull.
FOR' TRADE SO acres good farm land In
Sully county, South Dakota, for a news
paper plant; valua $4,000. Box 271. Bas
net t. Neb.
FOR TRADE Hotel, barn and fivo lots,
wish to trado for 80 acres, JK0 acres of
western Nebraska land. Charles Gembler,
owner. (loehnejr. Nub,
$50 AN acre buys 130 -a ere farm, 15 miles
from Omaha. Inquire 432 Ramge Blk. Tel.
Dnutr 4212 ReaTrtenc. chone. Dons; R77S
SRM. " HoT'SE, modern, 34th and Center,
to exchange for a smaller bouse. Wal
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at M1NNE LUSA 30U dif
ferent buyers derided that it was the best
proposition on tho market and they backed
their judgment by buyinK lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why tho others are buying.
CHARLES W MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg Tyler 1S7.
Axl35, two street frontages: easy
terms. Call Douglas 1064 or evenings
BEAUTIFUL 60-rooi lute Price $220. only
$2 ranti nnd 60 cents per week Onus 2891
HAVE a bargain price on vacant loTs on
Turning St. C. A. Orlmmpl. Doug, lfilfi.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
THIS IS THE TIME TO
SHOW YOUR THRIFT
Buy a Liberty bond then turn It in as
first payment on an acre at $10 per
North Hide Acres
South Side Acret
offers you tho opportunity. Tou will
be a better citizen and you oan raise
a crop next year.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1814 Harney St. Five Phones Tyler 50.
TRADE YOUR VACANT
Why pay rent and hold that vacant
lot which you now own If you cannot
afford to build when you have an oppor
tunity to exchange your lot as a down
payment on a good two story, new seven
room, modern house in Dundee, ready for
Immediate possession, offered at a price
much less than it could be duplicated for
This Is an excellent opportunity to get
a bargainT Let us know what you have
to offer. We wlh gladly show the prop
erty by appointment.
GEORGE & COMPANY
Phone Douglas 7ffS.
Weil located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Before buying be
sure and see
GEORGE & CO.
HOMES and home sites In Dundee.
SH U LER ft CART. 204 Keellne. P. $074
DUNDEP: New east front. 6-rnoro, built
in features. $3. B00. Walnut 2346.
MOVE IN TOMORROW
Crops Are All Planted
AN ACRE AND
THE HOUSE YOU WANT
We are offerings these on payments of
1150 to $276 cash down, $15 to $27 60 per
month. Get out and enjoy the country;
and these crops will make you money In
addition to what you use. Call Tyler 60
and nsk for sai-sman to show you.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING bouses to rent or sell on amsll cash
payments, have parties waiting Western
Real Estate. 413 Karhaeh BlkDWI
LIST vour 6 and fi.room houaea with Kd
ward P. Wllnatna Co.. 801 Omaha Nat
Bank Bldlt. O 420.
LIST your 6 and 6-room huues with us
. wa SELL THEM. 05 Bull SE REALTY
Co.. Tyler 406
TO RENT or sell tlouaes, list with AI.t.EN
A BARRETT. (II Ilea. Doug 1V8.
We have a few 1916 Maxwells, just been completely
overhauled; they run as good as new; self-starter, electric
lights, speedometer, demountable rims and one-man top.
Also a brand new 6-cylinder Overland at a bargain,
and a 1917 Briscoe.
LOOK THEM. OVER
These cars are going at the greatest bargain prices
sver heard of.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Salesroom, 2216-18 Farnam St.
Service Dept., 2212-14 Harney St.
Phone Douglas 853.
w WILLYS-OVERLAND. INC..
USED CAR DEPT.
Douglas 1200. 3047-49 Farnam fit.
Touring cars t-nd roadsters of Overland,
Studebaker. Maxwell, Ford, Oakland,
Mitchell, Bulck and Hudson makes.
TERMS II' DESIRED.
Prompt attention given to all Interested
FOR SALE Big 6 Paige, been in fire;
wheels and running gears untouched;
would make good truck or speedster.
Price reasonable. Can be seen at North
Side garage, 20th and Ames. For Infor
mation call Tyler 1016.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE,
2209 Farnam St. Douglas 3310.
191 Light Bulck, roadster $700.00
1916 Ford roadster 225.00
1919 Maxwell 376.00
11 0 Overland Roadster 476.00
HUDSON 30 speedster, Klaxson ' to. speed
ometer, Bosch mag. and f tires, $120.
Tale Twin, in perfect shape. $60: 34x4,
16x6, $2x3 tires cheap; Bosch d. $ mag.,
Kellogg 4-cylinder air pump. Crosstown
Garage, 315 S. 24th St.
First-class work at reasonable price.
THE TIRE SHOP,
D. F. Crow, 261ft Farnam. Doug. 4871.
BARGAINS In Used Ford cars Holmes-Ad-klns
Co., 4911-17 8. 24th Phone S. 271
1917 CHALMERS 6-30 touring, perfect. 4001
8. 24th Tel. South 42(10
WE will trade you a new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE, CO.,
20th and Harney. Douglaa 6251,
TRADE your old battery in on a guaran
teed Ever-ready storage oattery. tree in
spection of any battery. Ever-ready 6tor
age Battery Co.. 1206 Farnam St.
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Used Car Dept.
3216-18 Farnam St. Douglas $61.
Almost any make at reasonable prices.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
H A R L E Y - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines, victor H.
Roos, "The Motorcycle Man," 27tb and
MUST SELL AT ONCE Bicycle, almost
new. Will sell reasonable. F. H. Coffart,
room 15, the Crelghton Block.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
H A. WOLF. Realtor. Ware B1V Specialist
In downtown business property
$2,500 MTGE., bearing $ pet. semi-annually,
aecurod by property valued at $8,500.
Talmase-Loomis Inv. Co., W. O. W. lllda.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
Well secured, bearing 6 pet. Interest
HARLEY J HOOKER,
14ft First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Tyler 2658
5 PER CENT to tt per cent on best class
city residences in amounts 12.000 up; also
farm loans Reasonable commission
PETERS TRUST CO.. U22 Farnam 8t.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv Co, Omaha.
H. W BINDER.
Honey on band for mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg
SHOPEN CO.. PRIVATS MONET.
$10,000 6 PER CENT first mortgage se
cured by farm worth $26,000, near Omaha,
E. H. Lougee, Inc., 688 Keellne Bldg
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB FARMS
O'KEEFB R. E. CO.. 1018 Omi
1 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM and city loans. 6,6 and 6 per cent
W H Thomas. Keellne Bldg Doug 1148
No DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS
W T GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg
$100 to $l,ooo made prompt!;' F D Wsad
Wead Bldg.. 1Mb and Farnam Bts
"7 MONET HARRISON A MORTON
916 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg
Om Nat Bit Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O CARLBERO. 813 Bran
del. Theater Bldg U 686
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unlisted storks Investment
securities, IndUHlrlal storks.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW & CO..
BfiO Omnha Nations! Bank Bldg
Abstracts of Title.
17 Title. Guarantee and Abstract Co..
Heir 05 S 17tb St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass Bonding and Ins Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
flee In Nebraska 206 Brandets Theater
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
pen lea. 610 Brundel Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
fDAHO LANDS IN BOISE COUNTfT
FOR BALE WB HAVE A LARGE
LIST OP IRRIGATED AND NON IRRI
GATED LANDS IN GRAIN. ALFALFA
AND STOCK RANCHES, ALSO 10. 20
AND 40-ACRE PRUNE AND APPLE OR
CHARDS. WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
PRICES AND TERMS.
GEO H WETTER A CO.,
Improved Harrison county. Iowa. IBO-aere
farm, for aals on eary terms. Price $140
ARCHER REALTT COMPANY,
5HO Brandels Btdg.
GREAT BARG.INS $6 down, $5 monthly,
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$00. Address Box 80S. Excelsior Springs.
160 ACRES, Improved, only 2 mil from
Emerson. Neb. ; every acre good farm
land; there is about 12 acres pasture that
will feed two head per acre; about 6
acres alfalfa and 20 acres clover, and a
dandy orchard and grove, at only $146
per acre, on easy terms. G. A. Kull.
4MALL Nebraska farms on easy payments
6 acres up We farm the farm we sell
ou. The Himgerford Potato Growers
Association. 15th and Howard Sis Oms
ha Douirlas 9871
IMPROVED 320 sorts, 6 miles from New
port. Rock county. Nebraska. For sale
or will exchange for Omaha property.
jii-ACKE tniprtv..d farm 3Mi miles from
Benson. Will situated and with (rood road
F D WEAD. Sin S lMh St Wead F.ldg
iMO ACHES. Furnas county. Nebraska. For
Kale or exhango for Omaha property. (
Walnut 1465. .
MY 360 acres ra.igo; water, had Plw luLid.
13ox mi, Alllnnu', Neb.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH, 100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto Ex
change Co., 2107 Farnam St. Doug 6085
TELL & BIN K LET
WB BUT AND SELL USED FORDS.
331$ Harney St.. Doug. 1640.
7-PASSENGER Hudson touring car; In fin
shape; also two bicycles; party leaving
city. Box 4652, Bee.
FORD cars, electric light doubled by Ever
bright steadltler, $2.60, guaranteed. All
Ford service stations.
WE are the used Ford men. Auto Salvage
A Lschange. 1g-Vth:
TWO -CYLINDER motorcycle for sale, $30
1921 Douglas. Red 7048.
BERTSCI1Y "Kan-Flx-It," Southeast cor
ner 20th and Harney 8ts. Douglas $562
WANT modern six auto for clear Brownell
Hall district lots. Canan, McCague Bldg.
FOR SALE Ctndera for driveway and
walks, Douglas 1387.
WANT to buy, second hand automobile
truck; light. Colfax 359:!.
Electric Starters and Repairs.
ALL MAKES REPAIRED.
STRAHLE A ANDERSON, INC.
316 8. lftth St. Douglas $486.
Tires jind Supplier
TIRE PRICE WRECKERS.
THIS IS NO J IN I TIRE.
Second-hand tires and tubes; expert Urt
ant! tube i .a!il..g. Do-tglas 8872.
COMBINATION TIRE FACTORY.
1408 Jackson. Agts. wanted Omaha. Neb
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing. "Service car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 Har
ney St. Tyler 665,
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair
Colls repaired. Bayedorfsr. 210 N. ISth.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
LAND In south or southeast part of Mon
tana; small. or large tracts that will pro
duce enormous crops In wheat, oats, bar
ley, etc Part Irrigated, from $rt up an
acre. Close to R. R. Some of this land
will raise (0 bushels of wheat or 1 00
bu. of oats or $ to $ tons of alfalfa to
the acre. Fine water, fine climate; sure
increase In land; easy terms, low R. R.
fare. Send me your address and I will
mall you particulars. C U. Ry lander. $64
Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
New York Lands.
FIRST CLASS DAIRY AND
1 306 acrec. located Vi miles from a good
railroad town with good markets, cream
ery and high school. Improvements, 16
room dwelling, concrete basement, barn,
milk houso. Ice house, separator house
ami Other outbuildings. Water tn nil these
buildings. Running water In pastures
Price, $6,500; $1,500 down, balance terms.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Doug. 8486.
GOOD corn land. East Texas, $25 an acre
Get mv fre Jook.
W 8 FRANK. 201 Neville Block, Omahn
160 ACHES, all good black loam soli and
.ilay subsoil, good buildings, near a town
of 10,000. Write us for price and further
particulars. Mid-West Land Co., 1067
Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 1166.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security
$40, 6 mo., H. goods, total cost, $3.60
$40, $ mo., endorsed notes, total cost, $1 60
Smaller, large am'ts. proportionate rata.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
131 Rose Bldg., 16th and Fajnam.TT 666
LEGAL RATE LOANS
$24.00 $1,40.00 or more
Easy payments. Utmost privacy
$40 Paxton Blk. Tel. Doug. 85.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Ernest B. Crane and wife to City of
Omaha, Thirty-seventh street, 200
feet south of Spauldlng street, west
side, 40x134 166
Frank Pesek and wife to City of
Omaha, Thirty-eighth street, 200
feot south of Pratt Btrect, west side,
Charles Newntrom to City of Omaha,
Thirty-ninth street, 200 feet south
of Pratt street, east side, 40x134... 125
Hanna C, Thomsen and husband to
Frank M. Powera, Crown Point ave
n j, 325 feet went of Twenty-fourth
street, north side, 45x136 4,400
John Laxarskl to Agnes Zych, Twenty-eighth
street, 120 feet south of
F street west side, 60x150 1,660
Henry Quad, jr., and wife to Lean
ardo Paletta, Poppleton avenue, 270
feet west of Twentieth street, north
side, 80x168 2,050
Kate Copeland to Fred Mengedoht,
Jr., Davenport street, 191 feet eaut
of Forty-eighth street, south side,
Isaac Kattleman and wife to Alfalfa
Butter company. Twelfth street, 80
feet south of Capitol avenue, enst
aide. 40x66 1
Elmer J. Hart and wlfo to Nathan
Somberg, Fortieth avenue, 200 feet
fiouth of Fowler avenue, 80x127.... 1,000
Millie E. Wlrkornham and husband to
Jpssle J. McMullen, Fortieth street,
195 feet north of Farnam street,
west side. 46X125 1
Fred Mengedoht. Jr.. to Kate Cope
land, Redick avenue, 140 feet west
of Florence boulevarii, south side,
Jutiane Knaack and husband to Henry
C. Tullls. Thirty-third street, 47.6
feet north of Decatur street weft
side, 40xS5 1
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to Caroline,
Osslnkoop, Vinton -treet, 126 feet
east of Thirtieth street, south side,
M. L. Clark, sheriff, to. Hastings &
Heyden, Pinkney street. 81 feet west
cf Fourteenth street, south side,
Hastings & Hoyden to Margaret B.
Fitzgerald. Plnkney street. 81 feet
west of Fourteenth avenue, south
side, 39x124 2
Carl E. Johnson and wife to Walter
E. Chrlstensen, Forty -seventh ave
nue, 200 feet north of Miami street,
west side, 50x125 1
London Storks and Bonds.
London. June 14. American Issues were
mark.il a fraction higher on small business
on the stock exchange today.
Sliver Bar33 1-16 per ounce.
Mony44 per cent.
Decount ratesShort bills, 4 11-16 per
Thxae month bills 4 i per cent.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Market Holds Steady
Under Heavy Run; Hog
Prices Are Ten Cents
Omaha, June 14, 1I1T.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.... $.679 4.966 1.7M
. $.966 7, SOS 1.629
. $.543 3,13 1,361
. 6.000 9, SOD 4,800
Four days this week. 23.187 30,614 13.9S1
Same days last week. 33.300 36,516 16,673
Same days 2 w'ks ago. 31. 724 30.869 13,647
Same days I w'ks ago. 37,888 46.660 19,330
Rama days 4 w'ks ago. 37,803 90,760 19.346
Same days last year, .14,733 45.934 26,33r
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock Tarda, Omaha, for twenty
four hours ending at 3 p. m. yesterday:
ItHsUKirTl I' A KB.
Cattle. Hogs. Cheep.
C, U. A St. P 2 4..
Wabash 4 4
MWouri Pacific H 4
Union Pacific 28 33 IS
C. A N. W., east - 6
C. N. W , west. ...... M 95 1
C St. P., M. A 0 32 i
, C, B. A Q . east 19 1 8
I C. B. & Q . west 87 34 3
i C, R. I. P., east 6 6
C. R. I. A P., west 1 3
Chicago Greet Western. .6 4
Totals 348 128 22
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris Co 520 962 9SS
Swift A Company 1.4HS 1.464 1.21?
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1, run 633 906
Armour A Co 834 1,938 1.419
I Sehwartx A Co ,. 2,796 ....
Lincoln Packmg Co..
So. Omaha Pack. Co.. 8
Cudahy, Fort Worth.. 1.075
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co
Rosens tock Bros
F. G. Kellogg
Werthelmer A Dcgen.
Dennis A Francis
Jensen A Lungren....
Totals 5.506 7,41 6,769
Cattle Receipts were very fair for a
Thursday, 20 oars being reported In. This
brings the total for the four ditye up to
23,187 head, which Is over 3,000 larger than
for the same period a year ago. The mar
ket on good desirable beeves was steady
with yesterday, while other kinds were a
little inclined to drag, being slow to a
The best cows and heifers and also ean
ners were about steady with yesterday, but
the medium grades have been working
downward and are considerably lower than
the high time last week.
Stockers and feeders were In very light
supply, with feeling generstly steady.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $12.50 18.36; fair to good beeves.
111. 7612.50; common to fair beeves, $10,25
011.76; good to choice yearlings,. 112.260
13.10; fair to good yearlings, $11. 00913.26;
common to fslr yearlings. $1 0.009 11,00 :
good to choice heifers, $10.36 11.60; good
to choice cows, $9.76010.75: fair to good
cows. $ft.769.76; common to fslr cows.
$6.6008.76; prime feeding steers. $10,000
11.00; good to choice feeders, $9.26010.00;
fair to good feeders, $8.6009.26; common
to fair feeders, $7.000$. 60; good (o ch lce
stockers, $9.60010.60; stock heifers. $8,260
10.60; stock cows, $7.00010.00; stock calves,
$8.50011.00; veal calves. $10.00014.50: betf
bulls, stags, etc.. $8.00011.00.
No. Av. Pr No. Av. Pr.
1 670 7 60
2 446 $8 10
2 1480 8 5
3 683 8 26
1 1080 9 76
23 1065 10 60
1 9C0 11 75
17 973 12 06
6 1076 VI 50
21 1328 12 75
8 1377 12 86
26 1648 12 65
21 8116 10 40
7 60 11 00
6 1118 12 00
23 1236 12 85
41 1130 1? 60
39 1306 12 80
18 1376 13 16
Hogs The market opened In fairly satis
factory condition. On the strength of a
continued upturn In prices elsewhere, ship
pers were fairly free buyers at prices that
were easily 601Oo higher, with the accent
on the 10c. They were In the market from
the opening until well along In the morn
ing, and their total purchases accounted
for a pretty decent share of the supply.
Packers were a little slow about starting,
but tries trong shipper competition again
brought most of them to time, and they
bought a good many hogs In fair season.
These earlier purchases vera anyway a
nickel, and In plenty of cases 10c higher
The close was a good deal worse than
yesterday's, and dead was the only word
that adequately described It. One buyer
laid out all morning, falling to even make
bids, and after shippers and the other three
big packers had filled their orders, some
where between thirty and forty losds re
mained on first hands. The early buying
had taken the cream of the crop, and It was
not strange that these late hogs ran pretty
much to light and mixed stuff, though there
were some pretty decent hogs left at that.
Up to noon things remained at a standstill,
and practically all the thirty or forty loads
remained unsold. Buyers went around look
ing, but did little or no bidding, and sellers
did not even know what sort of concessions
packers were after.
The early market was, as noted mostly
601Oo higher, though odd loads picked up
between 11 o'clock and noon failed to show
this advance. Bulk of the hogs sold up to
midday landed at $16.10016.40, with a top
of $16 60. It was safe to predict that If
the hogs still In first bands were cleaned
up later in the day the bottom of the bulk
would be lowered somewhat.
No. Av. Sh. Pr.
No. Av. Sh. Pr.
20. .239 ... 16 00
94. .192 240 15 06
86. .204 40 16 10 76. .211
160 16 lb
... 15 30
... 15 46
80 16 25
120 16 40
40 16 60
Sheep Packers all needed lambs again this
morning, supplies proving light when meas
ured by demand, and prices oontlnued to
Improve, another quarter of the recent de
cline being regained on most all grades.
Thv movement was active and the big end
of the offerings changed bands by- sn early
There was a spot or two that prices did
not show more than a lO0I5o upturn hut
for the most part of the trade was about
a quarter higher, and values were generally
the highest In sbout two weeks. Real good
California springers, as good as any that
have been here this season brought $17.26
the highest price paid since the first day of
the current month. Mates of the Callfornlas
that sold at $17.00 yesterday brought $17.16.
Natives sold downward from $17.00, Clipped
fed westerns sold up as high as $16.26, the
price being the highest recorded here In
more than two weeks.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lamb,
shorn, $14.26016.36; spring lambs, $14,600
17.26; spring lambs, culls, $10.00014.00;
lambs,' feeders, $12.00 014.76; yearling,
shorn, $11.50012.00; wethers, shorn, $10.00
010.60; ewes, shorn, $8.00010.00; ewes,
culls, shorn. $6.0008.00.
378 fed shorn Iambs 78
22 fed spring lambs 63
24 fed clipped ewes 96
60 native spring Iamb..S 69
663 ft-d shorn lambs 83
Ht. touts Live Stock Market.
St. Louis. Mo., June 14. CattleReceipts,
4,700 head; market steady; native beef
steers, $7.60019.00; yarlln, $8. 504J18. 25;
cows, $6,00011.00; stockers and feeders,
$G. 00010.00; prime southern beef steers,
18,00011.50; beef cows and heifers, $4,260
9.00; prime yearlings, $7.60019.00; native
Hogs Receipts, 6,900 head; market high
er: light, $14.86016.10; pigs. $10,00014.26;
mixed and butchers, $16.20016,80; good
heavy, $16.66016.80; bulk of sales. $16,200
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 50,000 head;
market higher; clipped Iambs, $18.00015.26;
clipped ewes, $9.00010.00; spring lambs,
$12.00017.40; ranners, $4.0006.76.
fllonx City Live tHock Market.
Sioux City, la., June 14. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,600 head; market for killers weak;
stockers steady; beef steers, $10.00013 60;
fat cows and heifers, $8. 75011. 38; tanner.
$1.60 4f 8,00; stockers and feeders, $8,000
10.36; calves, $6.0009.60; bulls, stags, etc.
$8.00010.60; feeding cows and heifers, $6.76
Hogs Receipts. S.500 head; market Co
hltrher: light, I14.90-fr16.10; mixed, $15.10
ft 15. 30; heavy, $16.30016.40; pigs, $9,000
13.00; bulk of sales, $15.06016.30.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 400 head;
St. Joseph Lin Stock Market.
St. Joseph, Mo., June 14. Cattle Re
colpts, 1,800 head; market steady; steers.
$9.00U13.50; cowa and heifers, $6.00012.76;
calves, $9.00013 60.
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market slow
to 5010c higher; top, $16.86; bulk of sales,
Sheep and J,amba Receipts, 80 had;
market 30040c higher; la ml, $13,00 0
17.25; ewes, $6.00010.00.
Wheat Strong, With Prices
Three to Four Cents
Higher; Corn Shows
Omaha, June 14, 19IT.
The wheat market waa strong today with
prices quoted from $ to 4 cents higher and
while receipts continued light the demand
was very poor and only a few sales were
reported. No. $ hard wheat brought from
$2.93 to $3.93. No. $ hard sold from $3.90 to
$2.93 and a few sales of No. $ hard were
made around $3.8403.86.
The corn market was a trifle weak with
prices quoted from 4c to lc lower, but sell
er reported a good local and excellent ship
ping demand for all grades of this cereal.
Buyers am) sellers got together much more
readily than they have for several days
and most of the sales of corn were mads
White corn grading No. 3 sold st a alight
advance over the yellow and mlxsd of the
same grade; No. 3 white ranging In price
from to $1.67, while the yellow sold
from 1.C6H to $!.66 and the mixed
ranged from $1.66 to $1.66.
The oats market continued firm and then
was a strong demand for this cereal with
prices quoted from 4 to So higher. No.
3 white oats sotd at 47 standard aold at
66ic, No. 8 white ranged from 66H to $Tc
and one car of No. 4 white brought 66Hc.
Rye was dull with no receipts and barley
wa moderately active, with rrlces quoted
Clearance were; Wheat and flour equal
to 1,841.000 bushels; corn, 120,000 bushels;
oats. 190,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts1 were 439,000
bufihota and i.)ilpmonta 635,000 hutthels,
against receipts of 691,000 bushels and
shipments of 830,000 buohels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 871.000
biiehels and shipments 438,000 bushels,
against receipts of 410,000 bushels and ship
ments of 480,000 bushels,
Primary oats reoeipta wers 64O.O00
bushels nnd shipments 991,000 buphels,
against receipts of 686,000 bushels and ship
ments of 602,000 bushels last year.
Kansas City. ..
Thee sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 3 cars, $2.93;
1 car, $3.92. No. 3 hard winter: 1 car,
$2.92; 3-6 car, $2.90. No. 4 hard winter: 1
car, IS. 86; 2-6 car, $2.86; 1 car, $1.14. Sam
ple hard winter: 1 car, 12.07 V No. 3
spring: 1 car, $2 92. Sample spring: 1
car, $1.60. No. $ mixed: 20 sacks, $2.86;
1 car, $2.60. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, $2.60
Barley No. 3: 1 car, $1.16.
Corn No. 2 white: 1 car, $1.67: 14 cars.
$1.66i. No. 3 white: 1 car, $1.66V No
2 yellow: 3 cars, $1.66; 4 cars, 11.66 V
No. $ yellow: 1 car, 11.664. No. 2 mixed
1 car, 1.; 9 cars. $1.66; 4 cars, $1 66.
No. $ mixed: 4 cars, $1.66Vi; 1 car, $1.66.
No. 4 mlged: 1 car, $1.46. No. 6 mixed
1 car, $l-66tt Sample mixed: 1 car.
Oats No. t white: 1 car, 67Uo. Stand
ard: 1 car, 66e. No. $ white: t cars.
67r; 3 cars, 66 c. No. 4 white: 1 car,
66 "4 0. Sample whits: 1 car, 66-Uc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. $ hard.
$3.9102.93; No. 3 hard, $2.9002.92; No. 4
hard, $2.8002.86. Corn: No. 2 white,
$1.6t'.01.67; No. 3 whits, $1.66 01.66 ;
No. 4 white, $1.6601.66; No. 6 white,
$1.6601.65: No. white, $1.6401.65; No.
2 yellow, ll.66H01.66H ; No. 3 yellow.
$1.6601.66: No. 4 yellow, $1.66 U 1.66;
No. 5 yellow, $1.660 1.66 H No. 6 yellow,
$1.64H.6G; No. 2 mixed, $1.6601.66; No.
3 mixed, $I.6601.66H; No. 4 mixed, $1.65 Vi
01.66H; No. 6 mixed, $1.6501.66; No. 6
mixed, $1.6401.66. Oats: No, 3 white, 670
67c; standard, 66 067c; No. $ white,
66Vi067c; No. 4 white, 66066o. Barley:
Malting, 11.18 01.38: No. 1 feed, $1,100
1.14. Rye: No. 3, $3.8903.31; No, I, $3.3$
Local range of options:
Art. I Open. Hlgh. 'l Low,! "M. n Yes
July 2 30 2 20 227 2 27 HO
Sept. 2 04 2 04 201 2 01 205
July 1 58 1 f 156 1 6$ 158
Sept. 1 49 1 49 146 1 46 149
Dec, 1 11 1 11 107 1 0$ 111
July 61 61 $1 61 63
Sept. 61 51 61 61 61
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain broken,
315 South Sixteenth street. Omsha:
1 Art.1! Open. I High. Low. Close. Yes.
whT j j
July 2 30 2 31 226 2 25 2S1
Sept. 2 06 2 06 200 2 00 807
July 1 67 1 67 164 1 64 167
8epl. 1 51 1 61 145 1 45 150
Dec. 1 14 1 14 109 1 09 118
July 64 64 62 63 54
Sept. 54 64 62 62 54
Dec, 56W 66 64 64 56
July 38 80 38 60 38 $0 8ft 15 38 60
Sept. 3$ 76 31 $0 38 (7 $8 $7 38 76
July 21 57 31 60 It 45 21 45 21 60
Sept. 21 80 21 80 21 62 31 62 21 77
Julv 21 00 31 02 20 95 20 95 21 02
Sept. 21 80 21 80 2 16 81 17 U 20
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Optimistic Crop Report Again Send Wheat
Down, Market Closing at Net
Dropof to 7H Points.
Chicago, June 1 4. Reports Indicating
widespread crop improvements, especially
In Kansas, did a good deal today to make
wheat prices decline. The market closed
heavy, 6 to 7 points net lower, with July
at 32.35 and September at $2.00.
Corn lost I to 6 points, oats 1 to 1
points and provisions 2 to 25 points,
Apparently tho greatest single Influence
in depressing the wheat market cams from
an estimate by a leading expert that the
Kansas crop would total 70.000,000 bushels
as against the June estimate of 46.500,000
bushels. Message from the nortwest regard
ing the favorable outlook for spring wheat
counted to a material degree also in bear
ish ly affecting the market. Forecasts of
fair weather for the rest of this week
brought about heavy selling -of corn and
led to a sharp setback In prices. Word of
some export business at the seaboard failed
to act as an offset, and so too did pessi
mistic advices serve debty planting In
western sections of Kansas.
Oats wore pulled down by the break In
corn and by good crop reports. The July
delivery In particularly waa weak, although
export demand was again In evidence.
Liquidating sales by holders of lard had
a weakening effect on the entire provis
ion list. The main reaaon for letting go
of lard was that a decided increase of the
stock of that commodity here was expected
to he shown tomorrow In the semi-monthly
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat : No. 2 red.
$2.90; No. ft red and No. 2 and No. $ hard,
nominal. Corn: No. 2 yellow, 11.7101.73;
No. 2 yellow, $1.7201.78; No. 4 yellow,
$1.72. Oats: No. 3 white, 67069c;
standard, 6H69c. Rye: No. 2, nominal.
Barley: $1,1401,45. Seeds: Timothy, $5.60
8.00; clover, $12.00017.00. Provisions:
Pork, $83.86; lard, $21.86021.45; ribs, $20.60
Butler laower; creamery, 32036c.
Eggs Lower; receipts, 27,fiH2 cases;
ftrslB, 20030c; ordinary firsts, 27f 2Sc; at
mark cases includod, 2803i
Potatoes Unchanged; receipts, new, 36
cars; old, 4 fars.
Toul try Alive, higher; fowls, 21 c;
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, III.. June 14. ;attl Receipt.
3,000 head; market weak; native beef cat
tle, $9.20013.70; stockers snd feeders. $7.40
010.60; cowa and heifers, I6.25011.x5;
Hok Receipts, 16.000 head; mraket firm,
10c to 16c above yteferday's averiixe;'' bulk
of ft lth, $13.10015 80; light, $14.40015.65;
mixed. $14.90016.80; heavy, $14.90 vtC.10;
rough, $14.90015.10; pigs, llO.3fitM4.40.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6.000 head;
market strong; wethers, $8.75011.30; ewes,
$7.80'iH0.26; lambs, $10.35016.66; springs,
VIA- i-. luk U..lrAt
Kansas '--uy. m., junn n. vatno
eeipts, 4,000 head; market steady; prims fed
steers. $12.60013.40; dressfed beef steers,
$10.00013.25; western steers, $9.00013.20;
a tA111 it a. IS RIMOlU AtV
stockers and feeders, $7.26011.00; bulls,
iT.vvvrv.ov; ca.ves, ...
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market high
er; bulk of sales. $16.00016.80; heavy,
$15.70016.80; packers and butchers, $16.26
016.75; light, $14.'aVl&.2G; pigs, $12,750
gheep Receipts, ,000 head; market high
er; lambs, $16.60017.36; yearlings, $10,000
13.00; wethers, $9.00010,00; ewes, $8,750
Ht. Lnnls drain Market.
St. Louis. June 14. Wheat No. 2 red.
nominal; No. 2 hard, $2.97; July, $2.02;
September, ftXOI. .
Corn No. 2. $1.71: No. white, $1.72,
July, $1.57; September, $1.46.
Oats No. 3, 70c; No. 2 whits, nominal.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Trading Shifts From Regulars
to Specialties and Nonde
script Stocks; Dealings in
New York, June 14 Trading shifted fre
quently today from the recognised leaders
to specialties and other share of no defi
nite description. Dealings were In dimin
ished valume, but the trend was mainly
upward unfit the ftnsl hour, wheti liberal
selling of the mora prominent Issues pro
voked extreme reversals of one to three
points and an Irregular rlose.
The Liberty loan was j-Mn a factor of
paramount importance M fjk Intermediate
i-salon on favorable atlvtn rom Washing-1
ton respecting that project. Money ruled
at prevailing rates and a new mlmtmum
for rubles was seemingly Ignored.
Rails, Including low priced shares wsre
in further demand, Union Pacific and Read
ing featuring the Investment group at grains
of 1 to 2 points.
There was a decided upward revision tn
quotations for motors stock. General motors
showing a gross gain of 4 points, while
Studebaker, Maxwell and Chandlsr tratlod
along at 2 point advances.
U. S. Steel once more distinguished itself
by attaining in n w rcorl of 134, a net
hiss of 1 point' Bethlehem Strel kpt
pace with the leeur, the new and old shares
scoring new maximums at 156 and 161
respectively, but yielding In the general
decllns of the latter part of the session.
Tottaccos and metals were among the
other active features. Shippings and some
of the oils were Irregular throughout with
Iiiternatt.inal paper, Baldwin locomotive
and Continental Cn. Total salea 926,000
Railroad bonds and some Industrials were
fractionally lower, othr Issues recording
no material changes. Total sales, par
Number of sales and quotations on the
leading slocks were:
Raits High Low. Close
Am. Beet Sugar... J.400 96 96 16
Am. fan 1.900 61 60 60
Am. Car A F ndry. 1.306 76 74 74
Am. Locomotive... 2.600 73 79 71
Am Smelt. A Ref. 11.810 111 109 109
Am. Sugar Ref.... 16.400 123 180 133
Am. Tel. A Tel '
Am. Z., l. A 8 $8
Anaconda Copper.. 31,800 84 85 $6
Atchison 1.800 101 102 103
A. G. A W. I. S. 8. 1.800 115 116 118
B. A 0 4.700 73 73 73
B. A 8. Copper.... 2,400 46 4 46
Cal. Petroleum.... ?00 23 32 21
Canadian Pacific. 1,000 162 161 160
Central Leather... 11.700 99 97 $7
Chesapeake A Ohio 9.400 61 60 61
C M. A Ht. P.... 2,800 74 76 76
C. A N. W 100 110 110 110
C. R. I. A P. ctfs 46
rhino Copper $.900 61 60
Colo. Fuel A Iron.. 1,800 66 64 63
Corn Products Kef. $,604 32 33 33
Cruclhle Steel .... 16,600 92 $0 60
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 24,600 46 44 46
Distiller's Sees 8,100 22 32 3!
Erie 4,300 26 28 26
General Electric 161
General Motors.... 10,300 114 109 111
Gt. No, pfd 800 108 108 107
Ot. NO. Ore. ctfs... 1,300 34 38 83
Illinois Central 103
Inspiration Copper, 2.300 66 66 66
Int. M. M. pfd.... 10.100 8! 80 II
Int. Nickel 2,400 43 41 41
Int. Paper $
K. 8. Southern.... 600 23 28 83
Kennecott Copper.. $.800 47 47 47
Louisville A Nash. 16
Maxwell Motors... 8.N00 50 48 49
Mexican Petroleum 12.400 102 99 99
Miami Copper 700 41 41 41
Missouri Pacific... 4,100 29 99 89
Montana Power 96
Nevada Copper.... 3,000 26 26 36
New York Central. 8,900 92 92 92
N. Y , N. H. A H. . 900 36 36 36
Norfolk A Western 700 126 134 134
Northern Pacific... 500 106 104 108
Paclflo Mall 400 28 28 27
Pacific Tel. A Tsl 34
Pennsylvania 900 61 f.8 68
Pittsburgh Coal.... 13,600 53 61 63
Ray ronsol. Copper 11.800 31. 30 30
Reading 49,700 100i 99 98
Rep. Iron A Steel.. 6,700 93 93 92
Shattuck Aria. Cop 27
Houthern Pacific... 3,000 96 94 94
Southern Railway. 6.000 28 21 28
Htudebaker Corn... 32.100 84 81 83
Texas Co 809 217 317 211
Union Pacific I.ioo 139 117 in
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol. 14.000 170 167 16 T
U. 8. Steel 227.600 184 133 181
U. 8. Steel pfd.... 600 117 117 117
Utah Copper. I.IOO 117 3 f R 114
Wabash pfd. ' B . 1.400 m zh z
Western Union 300 94 93 93
Weatlng. Electric. 4,400 69 63 63
Total sales for the day, 925,009 shares.
New York Money Market.
New York, Juns 14. Mercantile Paper 5
Sterling Exchange 60 day bills, $4.74;
commercial 00 day bills on banks, $4.71;
commercial 60 day bills, $4.11; demand,
$4.76 7-16; cables, $4.76 7-16.
Silver Bar, 77c; Mexican dollars, 69c.
Bonds Government and railroad, ateady
Time Loan Firm; 60 days, 90 days and
six months, $06 per cent.
Call Money Firm; high, 4 per cent;
low, 4 per cent; ruling rate, 4 per cent;
last loan, 4 per cent; closing bid, 4
per cent; offered at 4 per cent,
IT. 8. 4s, reg.,.104 do coupon.... 98
do coupon.... 104 K. C. So. ref. 5s 86
Panama 3s cpn. 87L. A N. un. 4s. 97
Am. For. Sees. 5a 96 M .K.AT. 1st 4s 87
Am. T AT. rlt. 6s 98Mo. Pac. gen. 4s 60
Anglo-French 6s. 93 Mont. Power 6s,. 96
Arm'r A Co. 4s 90 N. T C. deb. s.!06
Atchison gen. 4s. 90 No. Pac. 4s IB
B. A O. 4s 16 do 8s 62
Cent. Leather 6s 990. 8. L. ref. 4s. 16
Cent, Pac, 1st.. 86 Pac. T. A T. 6s 96
C. A O. cv. 6s.. 88Penn. con. 4s.I02
C, B. A Q. jt. 4s 96 do gen. 4s.. 96
tC.,M.S.r.g.4s 4Keadlng gen. 4s. 91
C. R.I.AP. ref. 4s. 71 N.L.S.F. sdj. 6s 66
('. A S. ref. 4s 798o. Pac. cv. 6s.. 98
D. AR. O. ref. 6s 60 do ref. 4s 96
Dom. of C. 6s.. 96Ho. Ry. 6s 98
Erie gen. 4s.... 61T. A P. 1st 96
Gen. Else. 6s. . .101 Unlon Paclflo 4s. 92
Ot. No. 1st 4s 94 do cv. 4e 99
I. C. ref. 4s.... 8flU. S. Rubber 6s. 87
Int. M. M. 6s... 91U. S. Steel 6s. ...104
9, -aj If '8 TU Wabash 1st 100
"do coupon.... ft west, union s a
U. 8. 3s, reg... 98 Bld. t Offered.
New York, Juno 14. Cotton Futures
opened steady; July, ss.otc; uctonsr, zt.ioc;
December, 24.90c; January, 24.93c; March,
Cotton futures rloied easy; July, 24.68c;
October, 24.44c; December, 24.47c; January,
24.900; March, 24.78c; spot, quiet; mid
dling upland., 26.26c.
The cotton market closed Irregular at a
net decline of 27 to 48 points.
Liverpool, June 14. Cotton Spot steady;
good middling, 14.6Bd; middling, 16.32d;
low middling, 1603d. Sales, 14,000.
Omaha Ilay Market.
Rocelpts are lighter; market firmer on
the better grades of prairie hay; lower
grades are elltng slowly. Choice upland
prairie, $23.00(24.00; No. 1, $22.00023.00
No. 2, lt.00i'20.l!U; NO. 3, $.OO0 li.W, P.O.
1 mldlnnd, $21.00032.00; No. 2. $14,000
18.00; No. 1 lowland, $12.00014.00; No. 2.
$8.00010.00; No. 8, $6.0006.60. Choice al
falfa. $22.0002100; No. 1, $21.00022.00;
standard. $19.00f?)2G.OO; No. 2, $1.OO017.OQ;
No. 3, $11.00013.00. Oat straw, $8.008.60:
wheat straw, $7.0007.60.
Kansas City General Market.
Kansas City, June 14. Wheat No. 2 hard.
$3.2503.42; No. 2 red, $2.9202.98; July,
$2.30; September, 12.04.
Corn No. 2 mixed. 11.6801.68; No. 2
white. $1,8801.69; No. J yellow. $1,680
1.68; July, $1.63; flept ember, 31.41.
Oats No. 3 white, 68c; No. 2 mixed, 660
Butter Creamery, 87c; firsts, 86c; sec
onds, 84c; packing, 31 c.
Eggs Flrbts, :9c.
Poultry Roosters, 14c; hens, lUc;
Minneapolis Grain Market,
Mlnneapoll. Juns 14. Wheat July.
$2.62; September, $1.94; cash. No. 1 hard,
13.1703.22; No. 1 northern, $3.070
3.12 ; No. 2 northern. $3.02 03.07.
Corn No. 8 yellow. $1.634 1.04
Outs No. 3 white. t)C467c.
New York, June 14. Metals Lead, firm;
spot. $12012.50; spelter, quite; spot, Bast
8t, Louis delivery, $9,2609.60. Copper: firm;
elertrolytio spot and nearby, $33.00034.01
nominal; third quarter, $29.60032.00. Iron:
firm and unchanged. Tin: firm; spot, $61.00
At London Copper Spot, 120; futures,
1129 10s; electrolytic, 1142; spot, 1288 6s;
futures, C$86 6s, Lead: spot, ISO 10s; futures,
29 10s. Spelter: spot, 154; futures, 150.
New York Dry Ooods Market.
New York, June 14. Dry Goods Small
butera were not quick to follow tho rise
in the dry goods market today, but prices
remained strong. Raw silk la blghe$ and
I). S. HAD NO PART
IN THEGREEK COOP
Allies failed to Consult Amer
ica Concerning Constantine;
Little Activity Reported
on War Front.
Washington, June 14. The Unitei
States was not consulted about the
allied coup which dethroned King
Constantine of Cireece, it wa, said at
the State department today, and has
not as yet taken any part in complex
So far, it was explained, the United
States is more of a military and
economic than a diplomatic Dartner
with the allies. But intimation, were
Riven today that, as one object of the
United States in entering the war was
to secure a just and permanent peace
founded on equitable principles, the
United States will begin to exercise
an increasing interest in all readjust
ments in hurope, especially in the
People Knew of Coup.
London, June 14. An official dis
patch received in Venizelist quarters
in London from Saloniki, says the ab
dication of King Constantine has been
made known to the people of Athens,
and that perfect order prevails. It is
expected that former Premier Venl
zelos will be recalled to power over
united Greece and will work cordially
and loyally with the new king.
It is felt absolutely necessary, the
dispatch adds, to remove from Athens,
those men who, if possible, are more
responsible than Constantine for thet
events which led to the crisis; namely
General Dousmanis, Colonel Mexataa
and former Premier Gounaris.
Men Failing to Register
Placed in Three Classes
Washington. June 14. Attorney
General Gregory today outlined the
policy of the Department of Justice
in handling registration cases.
In instances where registration wa,
omitted through ignorance or inat
tention persons are now being permit
ted to register under paragraph 40 of
the registration regulations before the
county board and those so registering
are held to answer to the grand jury
and on their own recognizance.
Those who have knowingly and
willfully failed to register and now
apply arc being registered, but placed
under bonds with sureties.
All those who continue to defy the
law and such as have interfered with
its enforcement or aided in its evasion
are being imprisoned or held to the
Wants Federal Board to '
Distribute Print Paper .
Washington, June 14. Announce
failure of its plan to relieve the new!
print paper situation and predicting 7
panic prices unless the government
steps in, the federal trade commission
today asked congress to authorize a
government pooling scheme to insure
both an equitable distribution of the
product to consnmers and a fair profit
Under the new plan all producing
plants would be operated on govern- ,
mcnt account and a federal agency
would be created to set a fair price
and effect fair distribution. The
Canadian government would be asked
to create a similar agency to act
jointly with officials in this country in
distributing the big Canadian output.
May Enable U. S. to Control
War Front Through he Air
Washington, June 14. A program
of aircraft production throhgh which
it is hoped to dominate the fighting
lines of Europe within a year has been
worked out by the aircraft production
board of the defense council.
Rheinboldt Says Germany
Must Have War Indemnity
Copenhagen (Via London), June 14.
In a speech in the upper chamber
of the Baden landtag, Dr. T. Rhein
boldt, finance minister of the grand
duchy, said a war indemnity for Ger
many was a necessity. Germany's
enormous war expenditures soon will
exceed 100,000,000,000 marks.
Two Copper Mines at
Butte Closed by Strike
Butte, Mont., June 14. Two prop-,
erties in the Butte copper district, the
Elm Orlu and Davis Dally mines,
were closed today because of a strike
ordered by Industrial Workers of the
World leaders. At several mines the
shifts were not up to full strength.
"Equal Pay" Fight Is
, Carried Into Cabinet
Washington, June 14. Mrs. Carrie
Chapman Catt, president of the Na
tional American Woman Suffrage as
jociation, today carried her "equal
pay for equal work" fight into the
cabinet and called on the heads of the
government departments to record
themselves on whether they favor a
man's pay for a woman who does his
Coffee Market, ,
New Ynfk, June 14. Coffee There wag 1
very tittle change In the market for coffee
futures today and trading continued quiet.
Malrs, 19,000 bHgs. The market opened un
changed to 2 points lowr, under scatter
ing liquidation. The close showed a net
loss of 2 to 3 points. Juno. 7.75c; July, 7.78c;
August, 7.93c; September, ".SKc; October,
7.91c; November, ".Bic; December, 7.98c;
January, 8,0iir; February, 8.08c March 8.14o;
April, 8.19c; May. 8.21c.
Spot, quiet; Rio 7s, 10c; Santos 4s. 10c.
No offers wero reported from Hantos.
Rio 7s were saKI to He In the cost and
freight market at S.86c. London credits,
Tho official cabins reported no change In i
Uraallian markets except Santos futures,
which were unchanged to 25 rls lower. Rio
cleared 4,000 bags and Hantos ld.OOO bags,
fr New York.
New York General Market.
New York, June 14. Corn mea 1 Firm 1
Corn Spot, weak; No. t yellow, $1.82,
o. I. f.. New York.
Oats B pot. easy; standard, 6863c.
Lard Weak; middle west, $21.60&21.6Q.
Tallow Battler; city Bpeclal, loose, 170.
Wheat W pot market, nominal.
Other quotations unchanged.
Provision!, Butter Easy; receipts, lTt,84T
tubs; creamery, higher than extras, 370
3c; creamery extras (93 score), 38c;
firsts, 873Sc; seconds. 36 37c.
Eggs Unsettled; receipts, $3,001 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 3233c; freeh
gathered, storage paged, firsts, 31 32c;
fresh gathered firsts, 8$30o.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruit.
New York, June 14. Evaporated Apples
Quiet. Dhicd Fruits PduifH,- dull and easy
Apricots, quiet; peaches, quiet; raisins,
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