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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUNE 16. 1917.
MOVING ANG STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN AXD
Erpert aervtcet prompt attention. Vow
movtiif. jrour ptcklnj. jour atoraco.
Main Office. Central rurnltura Btgra. '
Hth an Howard, Tl e TT8T,
Separata locked roonia for hoaeehold
tooda and plauoai moving, packing and
numl VAX AND BTORAOB CO..
I 8. lth 8t Pouglaa 4181.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real aerrlee In movlnr. packing and
itortnf. call Tyler t or Pouglaa 4S38.
iiaggara $i.s p,r hour.
Van and Storage Co., Moving. Packing.
gt.rag. and Shipping. Phone Doug. H3
O T?1TT?'n Eipreea Co.. Moving
, J. IXLjEjU Packing and Storage
H7 Feraam Bt. Web. JJ4. Dong. 14.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
8 rooms, strictly modern, practically new
brick and stucco home. Including sun
room and sleeping porch; hot water heat;
beautifully finished and decorated, oak
throughout; garage for I can; lot 66x122;
located near 38tU and Cass, commanding
a fin view of the city. Price 15.600.
146-7-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg, Ty. 40.
" 7 ROOMED ALL MODERN HOUSE,
Thli to a two-story house with oak
floors and oak finish, on first floor with
fine fireplace In living room, hot water
heat, full-slsed lot, garage In rear, pav
ing, all paid. If you are dosirous of ol
talnlng a beautiful home In one of the
best residence districts In Omaha you
should not overlook this opportunity. XVo
are offering; this at the unheard of bar
gain price of 13.260; $500 cash, balance
monthly like rent. Call THAVER BROTH
ERS, 819 First Nat l Bk. Bldg.. Douglas
"West farnam home
8 rooms, brsnd new and all modern, oak
finish downstairs, white enamel kitchen.
4 bedrooms, all in white enamel; good at
tic; rooms all decorated; corner tot. south
front Price only 15,760. 1 1.0 00 cash,
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 297 812 8. 17th.
OPEN SUNDAY At the request of many
who failed to visit the naw bungalow with
the modern kitchen at 60th and Izard Sts.,
last Sunday, It will be open alt day next
Sunday far Inspection. Everybody wel-
5W. L. SELBY & SONS
NEAR BLACKSTONE HOTEL.
Good 7 room house at a sacrifice.
ALLEN & BARRETT, '
613 Bee, Doug. 7768.
Seven-room house, all modern, full sized
lot on corner, streets paved. This prop
erty la on Burdette , easy walk to 20th
or 24th car. Will give some one a bar
gain. Owner left city.
308 Farnam Bldg.
WANT YOU TO SEE THIS
Exceptional value In 8-r. all mod. home,
cor. lot both sts. paved; beautiful loca
tion, high and sightly; near Bemls park,
1 blk. to car; $3,800; best terms, or might
take small cottage In part.
M'KITRICK REAL ESTATE CO., Realtors,
816 Ramge Bids. D. 100. Ty. Z140-J,
SflEW 2-story, 6-r. bungalow, oak finish first
floor; birch woodwork, with maple floors
en second floor; room just decorated; stair
to 3d floor; outside of house juet painted;
dandy lot; near 24th and Piakney Sts.;
at a big bargain. Very easy terms or
lots as first payment.
FASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Ty. 721.
o"n Florence Blvd. nar Fort St., an ele
s gant east front building lot Very attrac
tive price on this. "
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
859-30 City Nat. Doug. 884.
9 tooms, strictly modern, located on
Georgia' Ave.; large lot, 60x160; paved
street, paving paid. Can be bought on
easy payments and discount for cash.
1 PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
$87 Omaha Nat. Bit. Bldg. ' D. 1781.
6 room bungalow, with stairway to
floored attic, ah modern, comparatively
new, nicely decorated; paved street close
to school; located 239 So. 25th Ave. Price
$3,100, $200 down, balance terms.
C. G. Carlbere.
310-15 Brundles Theater Bldg.
$NE 6 -room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition; live In ono and
rent the other. Price for both, $2,750
Very easy term No. 2483 South 20th St.
NORRI8 A NORRIS. "
400 Be Building. Phone Douglas 4370.
HON TC LAIR BUNGALOW.
(Stucco construction, t large light rooms.
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Pries
$8,800. Easy terms. Another new budd
ing lor S3. 660 Call Douglas 1729 days.
Walnut ir.RO eventnge.
BliNGALOW COTTAGE 5 rooms, modern,
except heat; lot 62x132; a bargatrt, $500
down .and balance monthly. Location,
84th and Arbor. Owner.
FULL' lot on Georgia Ave east of Hans
com Park, $1,000.
F D WE AD. 81 1) 8. IStn St. DOUg. 171.
X'vERY neat little home on the South
Side. Price $600. Terms: $100 cash and
$10 per month. Tel. Doug. 2536.
STRICTLY modem bungalow. 5 rooms. 22nd
and Ames Ave Webster 4228-
di 4 s. SsTfl ST. room modern house, lot
' 46x140 feet, barn, right In line with west
ward growth of city. Between Harney
and Leavenworth Sts. Rents $420 per
year. Price $3,70.
2703 Pinkney St. 5-room modern cot
tage, garage, corner lot, with lawn and
shade; studio on lot suitable for doctor's
office, shop, small store, etc. Streets
paved, cement walks. Good location ;
$3,760; easy terms.
.1132 N. 2 2d St. 5-room cottage, mod
em except furnace; lot 67x127 feet; east
front Rents $216 per year. Price $2,000.
1720 8 prague St. 6 -room cottage, all
modern, screened porch, pavad street clone
to Sherman Ave. car; $2,800. Submit of
fer. 111 at ftrta aV ira O.MniH winifa-n hmiB A
garage, lot 45x136 feet, lawn. Close to
car (Park line); two blocks north of
Hanscom park. Rents $390 per year. Price
$3,600 for quick sale. Reasonable terms.
1 GARVIN BROS.,
115 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
J. B. ROBINSON. Real Estate and Insur
ance. 442 Bee Bldg. Douglas 097
WORLD REALTY CO M""
R 8. TRUMBULL.
13116 lit Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1714
REAL ESTATE B'new Pr'pty
A wfM.tr P-nltfiF War Rltr Hnedallat
la downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investment
Three Blocks From 16th and
Two Blocks From Court
Full tot Willi modern brick Improve-
mints netting 6 per cent. Location assures
ultimate Increase; an excellent, close-in In
vestment with speculative advantages,
$8,00fl cash will handle.
- GLOVER & SPAIN,
' Douglas 3902- 91;1'0 City Nat. Bank,
ITS.OQO inoome 13 per cent; one year
old; very tine location; mortgage 126,000
and will accept $30,000 to trade, bal
ance Cash or usgottable papers
Deuglae ills. City Nit. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Investment
218-20-22. PARK AVE.
ONLY 80 FEET OFF FARNAM ST.
A well constructed, 4 apartment brick
building; ground, 80 feet front by 115
deep; pays 18 per cent net on cash, and
Is a sure winner as an Investment. Price,
118,000. One-third cash. Please don't dis
turb tenants. See 1
i. n. sNiryjR.
421 Paxton Blk. Doug. 2
SUE US FOR INVESTMENT, AND
SPECULATIVE) PROPERTY. ,
A. P. TUKEY SON.
'lit) First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNS LUSA 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on tho market and they backed
their Judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES VV. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg Tyler 187.
40il$l, two street frontages; easy
terms. Call Douglas 1064 or evenings
BEAUTIFUL 60-root tots. Price $220, only
$3 cash and 60 cents per week. Doug. 1892.
HAVE a bargain price on vacant lots on
Cuming St C. A. Grlinmel. Doug. 1616.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WILL exchange a number of residence Income
properties, some new and others nearlx
new; also some vacant. Some are clear of
Incumbrance and some Incumbered about
40 per cent. Wan clear land.
819 New First National Bank Bldg.-,
Phone Douglas 6886.
HAVE client with 240 acres good land In
eastern Montana. Clear, worth $6,000:
three miles from good railroad 'own.
Want t to l-roon. modern Omaha resi
dence, valued $4,009 to $6,000. Joseph
Pick. 2219 Evans St Web. 4866.
FOR TRADE Hotel, "barn and five lots,
wish to trade for 80 acres, 160 acres of
western Nebraska land. Charles Gambler,
owner, Goehner, Neb.
A GOOD hotel with three lots; only hotel In
town: has 18 rooms, steam beat and tn
good shape. Price $6,000.00; will want a
little cash and western land. G. A. Kull.
FOR TRADE 80 acres good farm land tn
Sully county, South Dakota, for a news
paper plant; value $4,000. Box 271, Baa
$60 AN acre buys 130-aera farm, 16 mil us
from Omaha. Inquire 432 Ramge Blk. Tel.
noun 4212 Resilience Phono. Onus 6776
8-RM. HOUSE, modern, 34th and Center,
to exnnange zor a smaller nouse. w
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
' DUNDEE SPECIAL
NOT A HOUSE
BUT A HOME
That's what we offer In Dundee, a
beautiful stucco HOME, having on the
first floor a very large living room, with
fireplace; nice dining room with French
windows and good kitchen with pantry
and Ice box vestibule. Upstairs there
are three goodalzed bedrooms, bath and
sun parlor. This HOME is situated on a
very high and sightly lot overlooking
Happy Hollow club and the golf links.
You'll be delighted with It. Owner Is
leaving city and wants to sell AT ONCE.
Call ue and we will show you through.
Location 6119 Davenport.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
616 Omaha Nat. Bank. Phone P. 1016.
J -room, strictly modern full 2-story
home; living- room, dining room and
kitchen on first floor, finished In oak;
3 bedrooms and bath on second; full ce
ment basement; furnace heat; lot 60x150;
paved street, pavedelley, paving paid.
Price $4,600; worth $6,000..
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
617 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive hornet. Before buying be
sure and see
GEORGE & CO.
HOMES and home Bltea In Dundee.
SHULER CART. S04 Keellne. D. 8674.
YOUNG MAN 7
THIS IS THE TIME TO
SHOW YOUR THRIFT
Buy fc Liberty bond then turn tt In an
first payment on an acre at $10 per
Benson Gardens '
North Side Acres
South Side A ret
offers you fiie opportunity. You will
be a better citizen and you can raise
a crop next year.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
Five Phones Tyler 60.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments, have parties waiting Western
Real Estate. 413 Karbach Blk. D. 8601
LIST your 6 and 6 -room houses with Ed
ward F. Williams Go 801 Omaha Nat
Bank Bldg. D. 420
LIST your 6 and 6-room huusos with us.
WEI SELL THEM- OSBORNE REALTY
Co., Tyler 496.
160 acres on Platte river, tn Platte
ranon; fine trout fishing; 40 acre tinder
Irrigation; Joins forest reserve; 9-room
house, hot and cold water; t 8 -room
houses; 4 4-room cottages, all furnished
and bringing fine Income; barns. Ice
houses, etc. Poatofflce and R. R. station
on premises; two small trout ponds. On
main auto road, 60 miles from Denver.
Owner over 70 and must sell. Price $8,600,
which Includes furniture, Immediate pos
session. H. B. Brown, 603 18th St., Den
CITY AND FARM LOANS
y st EH and 4 per cent Also first mort
gages rn farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H, Dumont A Co.. 416-418 Keellne
Bldg.. 17th and Harney.
$.1,600 MTOE., bearing 6 pet. semi-annually,
secured by property valued at $8,600.
Talmage-Loomte Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgage a.
Well secured, beartng 4 pet Interest
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
940 First Nat Bk. Bldg. Tel. Tyler 2668.
& PER CENT to 4 per cent on best class
city residences In amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam St.
MONET to loan on improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on band for mortgage. loan.
City National Bank Bldg,
' 8HOPEN CO.. PRIVATE! MONEY.
$10,000 6H PER CENT first mortgage se
cured by farm worth $25,000, near-Omaha.
E. H. Lougee, Inc., 633 Keellne Uldg '
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB FARMS
O'KEEFE R. E. CO.. 1014 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM and city loans. 6, 6H nd 6 per cent
W H Thomas, Keellne Bldg Doug tn48.
NO DELAY (N CLOSING LOANS
W T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promotl;- F 6 Wad.
Wead Bldg.. Uth and Farnam Sts.
C Cf MONEY HARRISON ft MORTON.
J O MS Omaha Nat'l Hank Bldg.
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERO. 312 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 86
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unlisted stocks. Investment
securities, -Industrial stocks.
ROBERT.C. DRUESEDOW k CO.,
160 Omaha National Bank Bids.
Abstract of Title.
Tltls, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
tub & 17ID Bt., grouna ooor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and 1ns. Co.
RKED ABSTRACT CO.. Oldest abstract of
Acs in Nebraska. 108 Brands Is Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON '
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 410 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Nab.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
480 ACRES eastern Colorado farm, 110 acres
broken, only $8 an acre. Terms.
S. 8. A R. E. MONTGOMERY,
6!7 Ctty National Bank Bldir.
Improved Harrison county. Iowa, 1(0-acre
farm, for sale on eary terms. Pries $140
ARCHER REALTT COMPANY,
680 Brandels Bldg.
GREAT BARGA I N 8 I e7" down, $S monthly.
buys 4v acres goou iruit ana poultry lana,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$200. Address Bos 108, Excelsior Springs.
WHILE THEY ARE
440 acres, Kimball Co., Neb., 12 miles
north of main line IT, P. R. R, About
one-half valley land; balance rolling
Price $12.60 per sere. This land Is In a
well settled neighborhood and In a county
which is rapidly filling up with actual
. farmers and land values are rapidly In
creasing We have tn our office a written
lnspocilon report, which we will be pleased
to show you,
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
414-18 Kellne Bldg. Phone Douglas 490.
1720 ACRES, located on Niobrara riven six
miles from railroad town; 700 acres good
level farm land; 2S0 nceea In cultivation;
160 acres of Niobrara bottom, part of
which Is the best of hsy land, balance of
ranch rolling to rough pasture, well
grassed. River and Bear Creek furnish an
abundance of stock water, plenty of timber
for fuel, and fence posts, as well as af
fording protection for stock. Improve
ments located In a fine native grove In the
valley and consist of six-room house, two'
barns, si to and other buildings. School
house located on ranch. This Is a well
balanced ranch. Our price, $16 per acre,
846 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bld.
LAND FOR YOU!
STOP WORKING FOR THE OTHER
You can buy fine land In Michigan's
best counties at $16 to $26 an acre; $6 to
t't& down for 10 acres; $10 to $60 down for
20 acres; $26 to $100 down for 40 acres,
etc Balance small monthly or yearly
payments. General farming, stock, dairy
ing, vegetables, poultry, fruit Good
school and towns. Big booklet free. Let
us give you free Information, Swlgart
Land Company, J. 1262, First National
Bank Bldg., Chicago, HI.
tfiti ACRES, im proved, only 2 miles from
Emerson, Neb.; every acre good farm
land; there ts about 13 acres pasture that
will feed two head per acre; about 6
acres alfalfa and 20 acre clover, and a
dandy orchard and grove, at only $146
per acre, on easy terms. G. A- Kull.
80 ACRES Irrigated, fine, level, black land.
near Bridgeport, Neb., very cneap, terms;
crop goes with land.
S. S. A R. K. MONTGOMERY,
627 City National Bank Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
High-class farm, 240 to 320 acres, within
100 miles of Omaha; must be well Im
proved; give full description, first letter.
627 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
SMALL NebruMKa farms on easy payments
b acres up we rarm tne farm we sell
you. The Hnngerford Potato Growers
Association, 16th and Howard Sts.. Oma
ha Dong las 9871
IMPROVE) 320 acres, 6 miles from New
port, Rock county, Nebraska. For sale
or will exchange for Omaha property.
120-ACRE improved farm tk 'miles from
Benson. Well situated and with good roads.
F D WEAD. 810 S 18th St Weed Bldg
640 ACRES, Furnas county, Nebraska. For
sale or exchange lor Oman property.
MY 960 acros ra.ige water, bv plow land.
Box rial Alliance. Neb.
VALIER IRRIGATED LANDS A PROS-
PEROUS AGRICULTURAL EMPIRE.
Places the reins of un equaled money
making opportunities in the hands of the
practical farmer men behind the plow
v with moderate means, who desire to be
come homebuilders. Great for live stock,
dairying and poultry raising; excellent
railroad facilities, good markets, superior
i:las8 of settlers and a fins climate. Every
farmer Interested In th4 progress of
America should know the facts about the
great productiveness of the Vallor Irrl-
fated country. The water system Is a
In Is hod work and crops assured. Follow
ing crop averages from' 1900 to 1917 (IT
years), an extract from government re
ports of eight principal agricultural states
proves Montana's leading producing
Illinois 16.4 :2.8 28.8 7ft
Iowa H. 4 22,2 20.5 79
Minnesota 13.1 22.1 24.9 93
North Dakota ...11.6 L'X.5 21.9 95
South Dakota ..11.4 L'9.8 23.4 88
Nebraska 17.4 26.9 28.0 78
Kansas 14.0 26.1 19.1 TO
MONTANA 26.1 434 84.4 14T
Lands and water right $41.60 per acre;
$6.60 per aero cash 14 years on balance
nt 0 pea cppt. Homeseekers' excursions
from Omafia to Valter every first and
third Tuesdays of oach month. For free
literature containing facts about Valler
VALIER FARM SALES CO
Box F, Viiller. Mont;.
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 trrtffated, from $8 up an
acre. Close to R. It Some of this land
will raise 60 bushels of wheat or 100
bu. of oats or 4 to & tons of alfalfa to
the acre. Fine water, fine climate; sura
Increase In land; easy terms, low R, R,
tare. Send me your address and I will
mall you particulars. C M. Rylander, 364
Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
GOOD corn land. East Texas. $26 an acre.
Get my free book. v
W 8 FRANK. 201 Neville Block. Omatui.
Exceptional 1 Investment opportunity.
Serves 10.000 shoep, 1,600 head of cattle;
very good pasture, 1,600 ftcros under hay,
4.000 more can h put undrr water. All
fenced and cross-fonced. 3,000 acres gov't
land adjoining can be leased cheaply.
Two entirely modern Jl-rooin and 6
room houses, and all outbuildings and
very complete equipment to go with It
Only $9,00 an acre. Investigate.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
101S-14 W. O. W. Bldg. Doug. 3486.
(J0 ACRES, all good black loam soil and
j lay subsoil, good buildings near a town
of 10,000. Write us for price and further
particulars, il Id -West Land Co., 1067
Omaha National Bank Bldg. V. 1144.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, 6 mo H. goods, total cost $3.60
$40, 4 mo., endorsed notes, total cost, $2 80
Smaller, tsrge am'ts, proportionate rats.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
123 Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty 46
LEGAL RATE LOANS
$34.00 $:0.oo or more
Easy' payments. Utmost privacy
840 Paxton Blk. ' Tsl. Douv. 3396.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
A. C. Beda to lpinrlta Broch, Pop
pleton avenue, 142 ffet east of Twenty-fourth
si reef, north side. 30x16.. f 1
Minnie Mar-tun Mnck-ll and husband
to Winter Hyles. Newport avenue,
1C7.6 feet sunt of Thirtieth street,
south Hide. 42120 1
L, K. LaKourd and wife to A. L.
Brown, Bnwsrd street, 899 fnet west
of Fortieth street, north side, 60x120 1C
LIVE STOCK MARKET
AU Cattle Sell at Steady Prices;
Sheep Run ia Almost Too
. Light to Make a Test
of the Market.
Omaha, June It, 1917.
Receipts wore Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Official Monday 6,479 4.94 X.7M
Official Tuesday 6,9t6 7,31). (.62$
Offlclsl Weduvaday... 4.M-' 9.6!$ 1.SM
orrictal Thursday. . . . o,os 1,834
Estimate Friday 600 7, 200 600
Five days this week.. 36,69.1 S7,9'J8 14.080
Same days last week. 36, 693 37.928 14.020
Same days 3 w'ks ago. 24.113 38.H1 14,303
Same days 8 w'ks ago. 87.675 62.130 21. 436
Same days 4 w'ks ago. 39,325 36,781 22.911
Same days last year.. lb. 342 63,000 29,764
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards, Omulia, for twenty,
four hours ending st 8 o'clock yesterday:
A. . C tills. Hogs. Sheep.
,. .. 1
Missouri Pacific 13
Union rsoiflc...., 1 17
C. N. W , east 4 6
C. A N. W, weat 4 44 1
C, St. P., M. 0 1
C B. A Q east 3 3..
C, B. A Q., west 3 14
Chicago Gt. West l
C, R. I. P.. west 1 1
Chicago Ut. West 1
v Total retgipts. 88 101 3
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Swift Company.... 94 l!t6? So?
Cudahy packing Co.. 47 1.820 40
Armour co. i.i 1.71 ....
Schwarts A Co 371 ....
J. W. Murphy l.jjjs ....
Lincoln Packing Co... 11
S. Omaha Packing Co. 17 -
F. B. Lewis 3
J. B Root ft Co 62
Christie ...,. 9
Roth ....... 8
Banner Bros,. 7 .... ....
John Harvey 16 .... ....
Dennis A Franrls.... a
Jensen & Lungren.... 13 ....
Other buyers 103 .... 33t
Totals Ui 8,614 486
Cattle Receipts were light, only twenty
three cars being.reported in. Total for th'
five days amounts to 20.&9S head, while
smaller than last week Is lO.OOU 'head
larger than a year ego.
There waa a very fair demand for this
late In the week and everything aold early,
the market being active and steady. There
were no choice cuttle here to make a top
like yesterday, but there wore yearlings
good enough to bring $18.16.
Quotations on cattle; Good to choice
beeves, $12.60913.36; fair to good beeves.
$11.76012.60; common to fair beeves. $10.35
011.76; good to choice yearlings, $13,260
13.10; fair to good yearlings, 111.00O13. 26;
common to fair yearlings. $10.01 Oil, DO:
good to choice heifers, $10.26011.60; good
to choice cows, $9.76010.76; fair to good
cows. $8.7609.75; common to fair cows.
$6.6008.76; prime feeding steers, $10.00
11.00; good to choice feeders, $9.26010.00;
fair to good feeders. $8.6009.26; common
to fair feeders, $7.0008.60; good to cti dee
stocks rs, $9.60010.60; stock . heifers, $8,260
10.60; stock cows. $7.00010.00; stock calves,
S. 60011.00; veal calves, $10.00014.60; beif
bulls, stags, etc., 3S.00O11.00.
No. Av. Pr No. Av. Pr.
4 730 $8 78 19 826 $9 00
4 706 9 73 40 93 11 60
3 1000 12 00 11........ 788 13 36
33 1068 12 OS 9....... .1248 12 76
14 1240 13 90
1 980 6 86 1 770 7 76
4 100O 8 26 1 960 8 6
1 960 9 00 1.', UZO 9 60
1 1140 9 66 1.. 1040 4 7f.
1 1060 9 90 8 ,..1010 10 10
1 1160 10 25 6 1030 10 36
Hogs While fresh receipts were onlv
moderate, actual offerings were generous
for a Friday, better than thirty cars having
been carried over from yesterday when
packers laid down on the close. Buyers
worts still very bearish this morning and
they succeeded In buying tha bulk of their
hogs lower, despite strength at other points.
snippers made a rainy decent buy, pay
ing prices that were fully steady to. In
spots, higher for the hogs they wanted.
una or two or tne pactcers also bought a
few bunches early that were steady to not
over 6c lower, but very few bids that good
were maus ny juner ouyers, wno finally
succeeded In putting up the long end of
their droves at prices that wsre from a
nickel to, In most cases, lOo lower than
yesterday's earlier trade.
The close waa another dead affair, some
twenty or more loads on which sellers would
not make concessions demanded, being still
In first hands at noon. More hogs sold 10c
lower Than any other way, but It was hard
to quota s general market on account of
the extreme Irregularity of the trade.
Packers bought most of their hogs at
316. 00015.30. There was quite a sprinkling
of shippers and some of the best heavies
bought by packers on up, a number of
loads selling at $16.60, which was the top.
Representative sales: 1
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Ar. Sh. Pr.
18. .142 ... 14 76 87. .148 ... 14 96
78. .204 200 16 00 79. ,218 160 IS 0B
46. .289 240 IS 10 33. .260 160 16 16
43. .347 80 16 20 10. .214 30 16 36
46. .348 120 16 SO 48. .212 16 36
30. .270 ... 16 40 73. .198 ... IS 46
145.263 ... 16 60
Sheep There was almost nothing In the
sheap and lamb line offered today, only two
cars, or about 600 head, being reported In.
This Is by far the smallest run of the week.
The total for the five days of 14,020 head Is
a.nuu smaller than last week and almost
14,000 lighter than for the corresponding
period a year ago, but larger than two
weeks ago by about 1,700 head.
The fsw bunches that were on sale fur
nished no basis for quoting a market, but
other markets, were higher, local sales
looked higher and traders were of the
opinion that had supplies been of decent else
prices would nave duplicated yesterday's
A couple of single decks mads up the en
tire offerings. They Included a fsw pretty
good native spring lambs that brought
$17.26, and some decent shorn ewes at $9.s6.
No clipped lambs were on sale, hut a good
kind was quotable as high as $16.60, and
toppy spring lambs would probably have
sold around 317.60.
(All kinds of fat lambs have been on the
upgrade all week, there being an advance
of 2&o or more nearly every day, end cur
rent quotations are anyway $1.36 higher
than last Friday. Until the latter days of
the week old sheep did not share the reac
tion, but on ihe close there has been a
higher tendency to the trade, and present
prices look to be 36060c above a week ago.
Fair to good ewes are selling at fB.00O10.00
and real toppy kind might beat that a
little. ' 1
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
shorn, $14.60 016.60; spring lambs, $16,000
17.60; spring lambs, culls, $12.0014.00;
lambs, feeders, $1 2.00W 14.80; yearlings,
shorn, $11.60013.30; wethers, shorn, $10.00
010.75; ewes, shorn, $9.00010.35; ewes,
culls, shorn, $4.0008.00,
No. Av. Pr.
116 fed Shorn ewes 105 9 86
6 fed shorn ewes 94 7,00
33 shorn ewes 90 10 CO
158 native spring lambs 48 17 25
17 fed clipped ewes ...128 10 00
New York, June 15. Cotton Futures
opened steady; July, 24.50c; October, 24.1f;
December, 24.35c; January, 24.23c; March,
Cotton futures closed steady; July, 34.48c;
October, 24.18a; December. 24. 3(0; January,
34.37c; March. 24.6.7c. Spot, quiet; mid
Liverpool. June 1 6, -Cotton Spot easy ;
good middling. 17.32d; middling, 17.or,d;
low middling, 14.47d; sales. 14.000 bslf
REAL. ESTATE TRANSFERS
Wlllard C. Bayne aid wife to C. W.
Bruce, Forty-ninth avenue, fifty
feet north of Izard street, esBt
W. E. Worley and wife to Minnie
Matson Blackett Crown Point ave
nue, 370 feet west of Twenty-fifth
avenue, north side, 45x136 w...
Otto Erlcksoa to Marcus flchniMt)
northwest corner Fortieth and
Grand avenue, 120x125 4,000
Sarah (;. Dare to diaries J. ;ifnchari.
Twenty-third street, 160 feet north
of K street, east side, South Omaha,
Karel Kapalln and wife to George Crn
kovlrh and wife, southeast earner
Twenty-ninth and T streets. Irregu
lar Piece 3,300
Jean I).. McKell, et a), to Clara Fischer,
Grant street, 132 feet east of Forly-
ncventh street, north side, 33x116.. . 300
Walter E. ChrlHtnnen to Agnes John-,
son et al, Forty-Biventh avenue,
'joo feet north of Miami street, west
side, 60x126 1
Calls n.irtness to ChHrlea E. Tabor,.'
Snruce street 160 feet east ef Six
teenth street, south side, 40x115.... 2,400
J. V. flwenson and wife to William
Muill, Hawthorne avenue, 180.6 feet
west of Thirty-sixth street, north
side, 40Hxl65. . , 1
Demand for Corn and Oats
Continues Active; Wheat
Market Three to Four
Omaha, Jims IB, 1917.
The general tons of the cash market waa
a trifle ussier today) but the demshd for
corn and oats reutlnued active, and there
was an I m proved Inquiry for the better
gruriea of wheat.
Receipts of wheat and oats were very
light, with total arrivals of sixteen and
nine cars, respectively, whllt corn receipts
continued targe, with arrivals of 163 cars.
The wheat market was quoted from Sc
to 4c lower, No. 9 hard selling around $3.90,
while No. 8 hHrd ringed from $187 to
t'J.NH. and No. 4 hard sold from $2.83 to
Corn sold very readily, but at somewhat
lower prices, the market generally being
quo tod from a fourth to 3o under the
quotations of the previous day.
Most of the offerings weru of a com
mercial quality and Yuled In price from
$1.64 to fl.tife. with the bulk selling up to
Sellers reported a good Inquiry for all
grades of oats, but as rcretpts were ex
tremely light the trade in this market was
limited and most of the traders were sold
out before noon.
The market was quoted from a fnurth to
a ItaU cent Tower with the bulk of the
siimples grmllng No. 3 white and selling
at fi6'ip. while, a few sain pies of No. 4
white brought from Mo to 66Vc,
Rye and barley receipts were unimportant
and there was a fair Inquiry for these ce
reals, with rye quotinl nominally from Sc
to !sc lower, while barley was quoted noinl
i'liirain:i'S were; Wheat and flour emal
to 975.0111) bu.; corn, 197,000 bu.; oats, 976,
Primary wheat receipts were 40&.A0Q bu.
and shti'ttioms 659, U0 bu.. against receipts
or t.p..'MKj bu. and shipments of 409,ono bu.
Primary corn receipts were 1,005,000 bu.
and shipments, 633,000 bu., against receipts
of 391.000 bu. and shipments of 629,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts wers 624.000 bu.
and shipments 398,000 bu., against receipts
ot fili,00 bu. and shipments ul frfli.OOO bu.
Wheal. Corn. Oata.
Chicago S 14 164
Minneapolis 146 ... ...
Diiluth 7 I
Omaha 17 U2 9
Kansas City 80 30 a
St. Louis 42 49 46
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No, 1 hard winter: 1 car, $2 42 H.
No. 2 hard winter: 4 cars, $2.90. No. 9
hard winter: 2 cars, $3.88; 3 cars, $2.88;
3 cars, $2.87. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car,
$2.85; 1 car, $2.83. Rnmple hard winter:
1 car, $2.85; 1 car, $2.40. No. 3 spring:
4-3 car, $2.90. Sample spring: 1-6 car,
$3.18. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 2.65.
Corn No. 3 while: 9 cart, $1.66; 1 car,
$1.64. No. 3 white: 4 cars, $1.66. No. 8
yellow: 18 cars, $1.46; 1 car, t.M'V No.
3 yellow: S cars, $1.65; 1 car, 11.64, No.
4 yellow: 3 cars, $1.05. Sample yellow :
2-5 car, $1.6i. No. 2 mixed: 15 3-6 cars.
$1.48; 8 cars, 1.64; 14 cars, 1 car,
$1.64.' No. 8 mixed: 4 cars, $1.66; 1 car.
$1.64; oars, $1.644. No. 4 mixed: 3
cars, $1.644i! S cars, $1.44. No. 6 mixed:
1 car, ..S4. no. e mixea: 3 oars, si.se;
1 car (heating), lt 3.
Oats No. 3 whits: 3 cars, 8?Mc No. 8
white: 3 cars, $1.66U. No. 4 white: 1
car, 6Hc Sample white: 1 car. 46c.
Omaha Canh Prices Whent: No. 3 hard,
$2.892.90; Ne. 3 hard, $2.870288; No. 4
hard, $2.7603.86. Corn: No. 2 whits, $1.444
Ol. 65; No. 3 white. $1.6401.68; No. i
white, (1.64.31. Hi; kWo, S white, $1,440
1.6414; No. 4 white, $1.6901.64; No. 3
yeltow. 31-64015; No. 3 yellow, $1,4440
1.45; No. 4 yellow, $1.6401.65; No. 6 yel
low, $1.640t.64'4; No. 4 yellow, $1.4340
1.64; No. 2 mixed, $1.6401-66; No. 3 mixed,
$1. C44J91. 66; No. 4 mixed. $1.6401-44 ; No.
5 mixed, $1.63 9 1.04U ; No. 4 mixed.
$1.634ei.44t4. Oats: No. 2 white, 470
474c; standard, GS067c; No. 2 white,
6406mc; No. 4 while, 64 0614c. Bar
ley: Malting. 91.1801.33; No. 1 feed, $1,160
1.19. Rye; No. 2, $2.2702.38; No. 3, $2,340
Local range of options
Art Open. High, Low. "lose, f Yea
Wheat J I '. I '
July I J 24 2 34 224 3 34 227
Sop. 1 97 1 97 192 1 93 301
July 1 66 1 67 154 1 66 164
Sep. 1 45V4 1 46 146 1 44 14614
Deo. 1 09V4 3 09 104 1 07 108
July 63H 42 62 43 4T
Sep. 61 61 61 61 II
Dec 61 63 60 62 .....
prices, furnished The Bee
i, stock and grain brokers.
by Logan ft Urya:
31S South SI x tee
ntn street, urns ha :
Art. I Open. High, Low. Close. Yes.
Wbt. ( J I
July 3 t5 3 99 1222 I 38 236 1
Sept. 1 98 3 01 163 1 94 200 1
Corn. I I !
July 1 54 1 66163 1 65 154
Sept. 1 47 1 48 144 1 47 145
Dec 3 10 1 11 107 1 10 109
Oats. I ( I
July 43 64 621 44 C3
Sept &2 63 r2! 63 IS
Dec. 54 I 6o C4i 66 54
Pork. I I I
July 88 I 8t 30 I3R 15 88 30 S8 86
Sept. 38 60 88 65 ;8 40 38 66 IIS 62
Lard. ( ' I
Jul?' 31 46 21 46 21 37 31 43 1 21 46
Sept 21 65 1 21 G U 31 67 21 63 21 62
July 80 90 20 92 30 87 20 12 2ft 9S
Sept. 21 20 21 20 21 12 21 17 21 17
tlHCAOO GRAIN MARRKT.
Estimates That Domrsilr Prod net Ion Would
Be Over June Figures Sends Wheat Down.
Chicago, HI., June 15. Estimates that the
total domenti production of wheat for 1917
would bo nnarey 30,000,000 htinhnl in oxet'ss
of the government June figures did a aood
deal today to bring about declines In the
QuotntlonH closed 2c to (( not lower, with
July at 13.23 snd Hoptombnr at $1.96, Corn
gained o to 2 lie and oats Ua to Hie.
Th outcome in provisions was unchanged
to be lower.
Almost from the outset opinion was sen
eral that tho wheat crop this sesson would
bo considerably larger than tho government
report had Indicated. Sentiment In this re
spect, however, became much more nro-
nounced after the Issuance of a definite
statement by a leading authority that the
outlook woe for a yield of 05.000.000 hush
els as against 656,000,000 hutthels stiEReHted
by the government. Advices from other
usually trustworthy sources were to the ef
fect thnt the winter crop eBncotally had nro-
gressed late under highly favorable condi
tions and that the quality was good.
Cold weather likely to Intnrfore with ths
best development of corn had a bullish ef
fect on the t ' cereal. A subsequent rise In
tomperstures acted ns only In part sn off
set. There was likewise but a transient
bearish influence from eosmId that the con
dltlon of the crop was equal to a ten.year
average and that the July report would
show a prospect of the largest yield on
Signs of export demand helped to lift
oats. On tlio oth'T hard, i:rop reports were
excellent and a big Increase of acreage was
announced m mnaua.
Strength of hogs and corn upheld provl
slons. Considerable selling was done on ao
count of expected disclosures of a much
augmented warehouse stock or lar In Chi
Chicago Cash Prlces
Wheat Nos. 2 and 8 red. end 2 and 3
hard, nominal. Cum No. 2 yellow, $l.70Vi
1.73; No. 3 yellow. $1.70 1.7 1 ; No. ,4
yellow, 31.70. t Onts-e-No. white, (17ffp
68 c; standard, 8U4J tifl 1,3 c. Rye Nominal.
Barley $1. lift J 48. Timothy 15.608.00.
Clover $I24T17. Pork $38.30. Lrd
f 21. 33031-13. Ribs $20.620 51.15.
ButtersFirm: creamery. 3203Gc.
Eggs Receipts, 2-.318 ras's; unchanged.
Potatoes Unchanged ; receplts, new, 40
cars; old, 9 ears.
Poultry Alive, unchanged,
N'fw York, Jun
15. Corn meal Firm;
Torn Spot, fine; No. 3 yellow, $1.83, c.
I. t. New York.
Wheat Spot, nominal.
Oats Spot , firm ; standard, 74 7Sc.
Tallow Easier: city sperlsls, loose. 17c.
Lard Dull; middle west, $21. M asked.
Other quotations unchanged.
Butter I. nrhftngf-d; receipts, 75.469 tubs;
creamery, higher than ex trim, 37 flf38 p;
erenmery extras (92 score), 37g)37c; firsts,
36'. ci kg He; seconds, Wft
Eggs -Steady ; rccclplH. J2.7H3 cases;
frosh gathered extras, 3 1 "iff 32c; fresh
Kathf;red stnrage-rHi'ked flrnts, 31 (&'3c;
fresh gathered firsts, 29 'iaor.
t'heese Steady; m-eipt. '6.780 box;
state fresh (.pedals, 2302S!.c; state, aver
age run, 22'di22c.
Poultry Alive, quiet; chickens, 33034c;
fowls, 2e; turkeys,. 18020c- Dressed,
stsady; prices unchanged.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Oversubscription to Liberty
Bond and High Per Cent on
Call Money Result in
New York, June is. Culmination of the
t.lherty loan campaign with liberal over
ait beer I ptlotCwnd a I per cent rate for call
money were the opposing forces In today's
market and created considerable confusion
and unsettlement of prices.
Extreme resrtlone of from 1 to 4 points In
Important slocks were Isrgely regained he
fore the finish when money relaxed to 6
Liberty bonds were duly listed on the
exchange, their first quotstlon being 100
1-50. or a slight fraction over par. Trans
actions which tm mediately followed wers
itly at par, but Just before the clone of
the session a sal was reported at 89 4-50.
a discount of 4 cents In the hundred del.
Dealings In the new Issue were reganled
as nothing so far as they bore upon gett
ers! Investment conditions. The 6 per cent
money rate was the highest of the year
and resulted almost wholly from conditions
lniponti py pnymenis 10 ins :,i'iiw,yui.ueu
loan and other government commlimniiie.
Prior to ths reversal In stocks which be
gan st midday, the market pursued ait un-
nam course, gain being restricted to
relatively obscure rails snd spfcUUIes.
hiuuiumcnts and anted industrials started
off st Irregular advances, but broke 1 to
4 points 111 me afternoon when sisns of
money scarcity became apparent. I'nlted
States Steel made a truss reversal of almost
8 folntt from Its maximum of the forenoon.
out ended at a pot ions or of a point
Lackawanna 81 eel also rebounded, but allied
shares finished at material recensions.
virtually all the special Issues retrieved
about half of their setback ami h1sh grade
raits, with few exceptions, recorded normal
losses. Tot ,1 Sat lea, S S 6,000 slis res.
International bonds, especially the war
flotation, were tower except Anglo-Kremh
mil Paris 6a. Total tvtt 1cm, par aluc. $J.-
700,000, Pulled States bonds were un
changed on call.
Number uf sales and Quotations on the
leading stocks were:
Bnlei TIlsi. Tiw. Clova.
Am, Rest Sugar.,. 1.300 95'ft 94 95
m. can s,om, &o 40U.
Am, Cat. A F'ndry. 2. one 73k 73 7Ji
Am. locomotive. . . 3,100 7! 72 75
Am. Smelt A Ref.. 12.400 110 106 108
Am. tsugarsjter. . . , 6.iU0 113 120 U'l
Am. Tel. A Tel 1.300 KM ltlt 2
Am. 'i... L. A S..,. COO .13 32, 3IV.
Anaconda Copper.. 32.900, 86 88 84
Atchison R00 103 101 101
A. G. A W, I. B. B. I.1O0 11414 11U. 112
B. A 0 1,300 73 78 78
B. A S, Coppsr.... 300 43 48 42 V4
Cal. Petroleum , 31
Canadian Purine... 1,800 140 169 159
Central Leather.,,. 31,400 98 96 94
u , s.0
C M. A St. P 1.300 76 74 76
C. A N. W ., 110
C , R. I, A P. ctfs 46
Chlno Copper 6,800 68 47 61
Colo. Fuel A Iron.. 3,000 64 63 6S
Corn Products Ref. 7.400 33 31 88
Crucible Steal. .... 26,400 $1 79 80.
Cuba Cane SugaV.. 14, 400 46 44 46
Distiller's Baca.... 4,400 33 81 32
Erie 2,flnn 36 25 86
General Electric... 600 160 186 168
General Motora..,. 11,600 118 110 111
Gt. No. pfd... 600 inn 108 107
Gt. No. Ore. ctfs.. 1,800 33 83 83
Illinois Central..., 30(1104 104 108
Inspiration Copper. 11,000 66 63 M
Int. M. Marine nfd. 7.000 60U Ml'
Int Nickel 7,600 41 4i 41
Int. Paner l.aflO 40 vi as is
W; C. Southern.... 30ft 18 32 32
Kenneeott Copper. 4,600 47 44 46
Louisville A Nssh . 135
Maxwell Motors... 1,700 60 49 60
Mexican Petroleum 16,000 mo 91 98
Miami Copper...., 1,100 41 41 41
Missouri Pacific 28 U
Montana Tower 95
Nevada Coppsr.... 1,000 14 24 34
New York Central.. l.tflO 92 93 12
IS. . N. II. A H , . 4111) Bn abli 3S St
Norfolk A Western 800 124 134 124
Northern Pacific, inn 104 104 10.4
Pacific Mall ' 1,100 37 27 37
Paclfio Tel. A Tel 2rt
Pennsylvania 1.800 63 63 6.1
Pittsburgh Coal. .. 89,500 85 62 66
Ray Consol. Copper 3,400 29 88 Ift
Reading 17,000 99 90 97
Rep. Iron A Steel.. 30.100- 93 4, fll 82
Shattuck Aria Pop, 700-37 26 26
noumsrn racuic... s.juu n isj wa
Southern Railway.. .600 88 17 27
Studebaker Curp.f 33.400 8444 81U 83 U
Texas Co.., 1,800 318 216 216
union i-acmc s.sou las l.TT1
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol.. 12,100 168 163 164
U. fl. Steel 272,600 133 1.10 191
IT. H. Steel pfd.... 200 117H 117U 117W
Utah Copper 4,600 112 110 111
Wabash pfd. "B., 1.000 26 38 24
western union sn
Westing, Electric. 6,600 59 61 62
Total sales for the day, 886,000 shares.
DLNN-S HE VIEW Or TRADE.
financial Agenes Saye Return of Activities
to Dull IJnee Make Bnslnees ntrong.
Nsw York, June IS. Tomorrow Dun's
With Indications of returning activity In
branches which have experienced a mors or
less protracted lull, the general position of
ouainess is stronger ana sentiment ties im
proved. The revival In distributive trade
has continued with the more seasonable
temperatures and though not all reports
uro favorable, reauits at the retail counters
are now more uniformly encouraging, rur-
tner progress in agriculture alao hss accom
panied the better weather rfnd the con
sequent freer movement of farm products
to msrket has In some canes had a de
pressing effect on prices. Yet the main
trend of wholesale commodity Quotations
Is still upward, and textiles and steel and
Iron, as well as other Important articles
are not only phenomenally high, but are
likely to rise to even more extraordinary
levels. The requirements of the government
are assuming morn definite shape In the
steel Industry and earlier calculations as
to their magnitude are proving conservative
while In textiles and In hides, leather and
footwear and other lines 9ho war needs
are extensive and diversified.
Weekly bank clearings $5,471,480,743, an
inurciino vi ai, o pur cent over last yuar,
New York Money Market.
Now York. June 16. Merchantlle paper,
6 par cent; sterling 6u day bills, $4.72; com
mercial 40 day bills nn hank, $4,71: com
mercial oo day hills, $4,71; dmand,
$4,75; cables, $4,74 7-10.
Bar Slher 77c; Mexican dollars 68o,
Bonds Government and railroad, steady
Time Ixtans Strong; 60 days, &$6 per
cent; 90 days, lr cent; six months.
60'4 per cept.
Call Money Strong; high, 6 per cent; low,
4 per cent; ruling rate, 4 per cent; last
loan, 4 per cent; closing bid, 6 per cent;
offered at pbr cent.
U. H. 2s, rcg... 6lnt. M. M. 6a... 91
do coupon.... 95K. C. So. ref. 6s 86
tl. S. 8s, reg... 98L. A N. un. 4s.. 93
do coupon.,.. 98"M.,K.AT. 1st 4s. 07
V. S. 4s, reg, .,104 Mo. Pae. gen, 4s. 60
do coupon.. ..104 Mont, Power (a.. 94
Panama 3a, opn, 87 N. Y. C. deb. 4s. 104
Am. For. Sec. 6s 9lNo, Pao. 4s 88
V T. AT. clt. Gs. 98 do 3s 43
ng!o-French 6a. 930. S. L. rsf. 4s. $4
Arm'r A Co. 4s 10'Pac. T. A T. Cs 96
atuhlsoti gen. 4s. 90 Tann. con. 4s.l02
fi. A O. 4s 84 do gen. 4s. 96
"ant. Leather 6s 99Readlng gen. 4s. 91
'Cent. Pac. 1st.. 844.L,AS.F. adj. 6s. 64
a A O. cv. 6s.. 883o. Psc. cv. 8s.. 99
11. AQ. Jt. 4s. 95 do ref. 4s 85
rC.,M.AS.P.g.4s 99V. Ry. 6s 98
2..R.J.AP. ref. 4n 71'T. A P. 1st 94
C. & S. ref. 4s 79iJnion Pacific 4s, 93
P. AR. O. ref. 6s 68 do cv. 4s 90
horn, of C. 6s.. 96. S. Rubber 6s. 87
'Erie gen. 4s.,.. 61'J. S. Steel 6s.. .104
den. Klec. 6s. . .101 (Vnbnsh 1st 100
Clt. No. 1st 4s, 94 'W. Union 4s. 91
I. C. ref. 4s.... 86 Bld. tOffered.
Of fee 36rtit;et.
New York, June 16. Coffee After open
ing at a decline of 1 to 3 points, coffee
futures turned steadier with July selling
up from 7.76c to 7.8Sc or 7 points net
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higher on scattered covelng Otherwlsl
the market showed little feature and the
close was a little off from the best being
net 1 point lower to 3 roltts higher. Balt
30.600 bags; June. 7.77c; July, 7.lc; Au
gust, ,.86c; Si'Dti'mher, 7 H9c; October 7.92o;
Novt'.nbfr, 7. 95c; Dicemlier, 7.98c; Junusry,
8.03c; Februarj. S.Ohc; March. 8.13c; April,
8. 1st-; May, 8.23c,
Spot, quiet: Rio 7r, lOo; Santos 4s, 10 e.
No change was reported in the cost and
freight situation. The olficlal cables showed
s decline of r. 0 rrlfl In Ihe Rtn market.
Santos spot wito 110 rels lower and futures
showed a decline of 26 to 100 rels.
Kansas City l ive tck Market.
Kansas Ctly, June 16. Cattle Receipts,
1,200 head; market, steady; prime fed
steers, IK'.tOv 15.50: dressed beef steers,
$10.00 01,35; western steers, IR. 00018.89;
rojtvs. ffi.S0(j It 01; heifers. $8 500 19.00; 1
Blockers and feeders. $7.80 0 11.00; bulls,
$7.U0tff9.G4: ealvrs, $I.ft0lJj 1 3.26.
Hogs Receipts, 3,000 h'sd; msrkst
airauy: nunc nt sales, iio.m! 70; heavy,
$1 3.70( I 6 xti; parkers mid butchers, $16,400
lit. a; u g in, an.
7,MtHu.4-f el ii. $13,500
Slicsr. and Lambs Receipts, 500 head;
market, biHiier; liuiibs, (16.00OU.80: year
Hoc, $ trt.oo & IMni; wci tiers, $9.00011,00;
ewes. lOftfj, 10.76; etorliers and feeders,
M. J-ouls Live Stock Market.
St Li'uls. June 15. Cattle Hrcolnts. 1.104
heod l Market stMtdy ; native beef sleers,
$7.&(if' !::..'; yearling, .jt018.J5; cows.
$.0.t 1 l .no; ulockcrm and fe. ders. $6.00(1
10.t; prima Houllnrn beef .steer. (S.0UO
11.60; beef cows anl heifers, $4.55ft9.00;
prime yearlings, $7.604fH.uo; native calves.
Hogs Receipts, 5.700 head; market,
higher; light, $1&.40MU.?0; pigs, $10 nno
14.?5; mixed ami butrhrs. 115.40016.90:
good heavy, $15.85015.96; bulk of sales,
ID. 4llir ItVRli.
Sheep and T.amtn Receipts. 1,800 htd;
market, strong; 4Ipiio4 lams, $lX.0tf 11.50;
clipped ewert, $9 . Oil (. 10 . 00 ; Spring lambs,
$12.00017.76; cutuivrs, $4 0006.75.
Chicago Live Stork Market.
Chicago, .luno 16. -Cattle-'itecelpts, 2,000
head: niiirlcei. weuk; native beef cattle,
89.l04tl3.70; stockers and feeders. 7.40s
10. Hi; cms and heifers, $S.l,'.tf U.80;
calves, lio.si'tf if..io.
Hogs Receipts, 17.000 head market, 10c
altovo yetterduy'l average; bulk of ssles.
$16.35(8 16,90; light. $1 1. On If. 1 5. SO; mixed,
$16. 00 uf 1 6.00 ; heavy, 1 1 ft.nn if, 14.06; rough,
ll6.0Oerl.U0; plus, 3io.50nni4.fiO.
Shern and TaiuIis Itouelnls. 0.000 heart-
market, strong: wet tier. $ noii i,3s: ewes.
i. ("qpiu.su; larnwf, sio.4( 16. 00; springs.
Most City IJre Stork Market.
Sioux t'lty, Juno 16, Cattle Receipts, 1,
0i0 had; market steady; beef steers. $9.50
trill. 60; fat cow and holfers. S8.60ttll.lB:
csnnets, $6.0008.00; Blockers and feeders,
(.ni'CFiu.uu; rnives, jd.ouG' 11.60; bulls,
stasTH. etc., $7.600 II .00; feeding cows and
Hogs Receipts. 4,600 head: market
steady; lights, $14.90016.00; mixed, $15,060
iu.au. Heavy, (id.juht m.io; pigs, SI 2.36 gs
12.76; bulk of sales, $t5.000 18.30.
Hhep and Lambs Receipts. 70 head.
St Joseph Lire Stork Market.
St. Joseph, Mo., June 15. Cattle Re
ceipts, 3,000; steady; steers, $9. 00018.60;
cows and heifers, $6.00 013.76; calves,
Hogs Heeelpts. 4,700; steady; top 116.80;
bulk, 15.0(!fl 10.76.
Sheep snd Lambs Receipts, 100; 154;?So
hlsher; lambs, $13.0001?. 40; ewes, 1(1. 00(19
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts are lighter; market flrmw on
the better grades of prairie hay; lower
grades are selling slowly. Choice upland
prairie, $33.0(lO14 00; No. 1, $23.06ti:$.')0
No, 3. 816.00030.00; No. 8, $9.00O18.0u; No.
1 midland, $:i.00O22,00; No. 3, $14.04
18.00; No. 1 lowland. $19.00014.00; No. 3,
$8.00010,0(1; No. 3. $0.0006.60. Choice al
falfa, $22.ft0raa.O0; Nn. 1, 31. OOfr 83.00;
standard, $tB.otitf 20.00; No. 9, $16.0017.00;
No. 3, $11.00013.00. Oat straw, $8.0003.50;
wheat straw, $7.0007.60,
Kansas City Grain and provisions.
Kansas City,- June 16. Wheat No, I
hard, $2. 9SO3.00; No. 8 red, $2.9002. U6
July, $2.28; September, $1.99.
Corn No. 3 mixed, $1.4801-49; No. I
white, $1.601. fll; No. 3 yellow, $1.4801-49;
July, $1.66; September, $1.43.
Oats No. 2 whitC 48069c; No. 3
Butter Creamery, 84c; firsts, 34c; sec
onds, 88o; packers, 29c.
Poultry Roosters, 14o; hens, 16o$
Minneapolis Grain Market
Minneapolis, J use 16. Wheat July, $2,46;
September, $1.89. Cash: No. 1 hard, $3,110
8.10; No. 1 northern. $3.0103.04;- No. - Tl
Corn No. 3 yellow, $t.46ftl.84.
Oats No. 8 white, 706Nc.
flaxseed IB. tOCr.1.16,
Flour Unchanged, 1
Jjnndon Stocks and Bonds.
London, June 16. The American depart
moot had a dull session, with prices eacy,
on the stock exchange today.
Silver 39 11-16(1 per ounce.
Money 404 per cent.
Discount Rates Short bills,, 4 11-10 psr
oenti three months' bills, 4 per cent.
Kvaporated Apples and Dried Fruits,
New York, Justs 16. Evaporated Applet-
Quiet, but firm.
Dried Fruits Prunes, quiet and easy.
Apricots, quiet. Peaches, steady. Raisins,
"The Eternal Sin"
Ad.pt.d by Herbert Br.non from
' LucretL Borgia.
TODAY, 1 TO 11 P. M. ADMISSION, Ida
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
In Eugene Walter'e Great American Flar
"THE EASIEST WAV"
SUNDAY DOROTHY DALTON, la
"THE DARK ROAD"
Laat Timee Today
LOUISE LOVELY and
"THE FIELD OF HONOR"
"Giving Becky a Chance"
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