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TUB BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, JUNK 'Jl. 1U17
EAL ESTATE IMPROVED
WEST FAKXAM HOVE.
Tliia house is on a fine, larce. east
(rout lot. and tn one of th best utreets
In this district. Only a Mock from
line, Turuer Fark and tbu new Tate
This houso his i rooms, In completely
modern and ia in good condition. Posses
non ran b given within thirty days, will
he glad to mxke arrangements to show
vooi Ihrousli tlic house, Addrewii U lir
X. 32d Ave.
CREIGIf, SONS & CO.,
iPS Bee Hldg.
7 BOOMED ALL MODERN HOUSE,
Tbli In a two-story bouse with oak
floors and oak finish, on first floor with
fine fireplaee In living room, but water
lie at, full -sued lot, garage in rear, pav
ing all paid. If you are desirous of ob
taining a beautiful home la ono of tho
boat residence, districts In Omaha you
should not overlook thia opportunity. We
are of.erlng this at the unheard of bar
gain price of 13.21)0: $300 rash, balance
monthly like rent. Call TRAVKR BROTH
BUS, ell First .N.u'l Bk. Bid if.. Douglas
Never been occupied. Seven rooms,
with fireplace and built-in bookcases; oak
finish on the firat fluor; oak floors
throughout; white enamel and birch ma
hogany on the first floor. This is a bar
gain and can in alio easy terms. Want
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-30 City National.
8-room bungalow. Just completed, all
modern, oak finish in living rooms, beau
tifully decorated; full cement basement,
with hot and cold water; east front lot,
nicely sodded; price $3,40O; $:'U0 down,
balance terms; located on 47th Ave., near
Bedford, south of Fontenelle park.
C. G. CARLBERG, Realtor,
810-313 Brandels Theater Bldg.
WEST FARNAM HOME
I rooms, brand new and all modern, oak
finish downstairs, white enamel kitcben.
4 bedroom, all In white enamel; good at
tic; rooms all decorated: corner tot, south
front Price only $5., 50. 11,000 cash
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Don,. S7. SI! 8. 17th.
TWO FINE HOMES.
Cathedral district, new 7-r., sleeping
porch, oak finish, a complete home. Bar
Florence boulevard, nearly new 6-r., oak
rtntsn, nrepiace. east front, corner lot.
WRIGHT & LAS BURY.
CATHEDRAL DISTRICT BARGAIN.
t rooms, newly nalntcd and decorated,
fine corner lot, $2,650, Easy terms; at
least $600 under value. ALLEN & BAR
RETT, 613 Bee. Doug. 7768.
ELEGANT West - Knriiiiir home, $6,500.
F. D. WEAD. 310 South lSth St. D. 171.
WHY PAY RENT?
$3,256.00 new bungalow, 8011 No. 28th
Ave, near Blnney Ht. 2 blocks from car-
line; good neighborhood ; five rooms
and bath; oak floors throughout except
kitchen which la maple; four rooms fin
ished In oak, kitchen finished In pine,
and white enamel bathroom, full ce
mented cellar and good attic partly
floored. Owner will lake a reasonably
fair cash payment, and balance name as
rent. Why pay rent when you can get
a-n equity in a home with every month
ly payment? Better see me about this
C. A. GRIMMEL,
149 Out. Nat. Hk. Bldg. Phone D. 1615.
Seven-room house, all modern, full sized
lot on corner, streets paved. This prop
erty Is on Burdotte , easy walk to 20th
or 24th car. Will give some one a bar
gain. Owner loft city.
308 Fat nam Bldg.
NEW HOME AT A
EZ TERMS .
Juat completed, brand new five-room
home, all on one floor, oak finish in par
lor and dining room; oak floors through
out; corner lot, 60x120; located one block
eaat of Deaf Institute, at 4301 Ohio St.
The price Is'only $2,85 for quick sale.
It will beat paying rent.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
7 Omaha Nat. Bk.- Bid. Tyler 49C.
OWNER LEAVING CITY IS
COMPELLED TO SELL.
G-room, strictly modern, full 2-story
house on Prettiest Mile. Oak finish and
oak floors, built-in bookcases and fire
place, plate rails and paneled rooms. Cor
ner lot, east front on paved street. This
can be bought at a bargain.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
537 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 17M.
NICE BUNGALOW AT A
OWNER LEAVING CITY
Five rooms and bath, all on one floor;
fine attic, large basement, everything
complete; located on east front lot, within
one block of two car lines, and the price
hi only $3,20o. Easy terms.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bid. Tyler 49.
NEAR MILLER PARK
Dandy new 6-room bungalow. Price
only $3,300 for beautifully decorated, right
up-to-the-minute bungalow; has fireplace,
bookcases, china cabinets and all the
latest features; floor drain, etc.; lot 424x
120; located within two blocks of Miller
Park school and car. This Is positively
the biggest snap In the city. For appoint
ment to sen call
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bid. Tyler 496.
I AM OFFERING my home for sale at 2616
Ames Ave. ; all modern ; six rooms, be
sides halls and Ice room; oak finish first
floor; full basement; a complete home
and In good repair.
See me for prices and terms.
I. N. HAMMOND,
210 S. 1HTH ST.
NEW HOUSE FOR AUTO
Nearly now, 6-r. and sleeping porcb; oak
and birch finish ; all handsomely deco
rated; modern In every wny; choice lot;
paved street; near Omaha university.
Price only $4,500, or will take a good lot
or small house as part payment.
RASP BROS.. 210 Kocllne Bldg. Ty. 721.
AN 8 -room home, mod. in eveiy way, fine
condition, large lot. "WALKING DIS
TANCE" TO BUSINESS CENTER, $8,250;
VERY EASY TERMS.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
939-SO City Nat'l. Douglas figfiS.
j.N'E 6-room ana one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition; live In ontj and
rent the other. Price for both. $2,760.
Very easy terms. No. 2433 Suutb 30ib St
NORRIS & NORMS,
400 Bee Building Phone Douglas 4270.
Atacco construction, I large light rooms
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
$a,goa. Saay terms. Another new build
ing for 13.460 Call Douglas 1721 day a
Walnut 1630 evenings.
FULL lot on Georgia Ave east of Hans
com Park, $l,ot0.
F D WEAD. ilO 8. 18th St. Doug. 171.
V. VERY neat little home on the South
Side. Price $600. Terms; $100 cash and
$10 per month. Tel. Doug. 2596
STRICTLY modern bungalow, 6 rooms. 22nd
and Ames Av Webster 4228.
i. B. ROBINSON. Real Estate and Insur
ance 442 Be Blda Douirlai H097
1306 1st Nat.
MAHA Trading Co. ami C'Ims Meth iimv
to Bloom 18, Patterson Block.
REAL ESTATE Investment
27TH AVE & HARNEY
On 27th Ave,. 80 feet south of Har
ney, we have 41 ft. of ground running
entirely through the bloek 160 feet with
th same frontage on 2th street. 'The
27th ave. frontage Is occupied by two cot
t ii tees, numbers 406 and 8, bringing in
$35.0ll per month. This l a very desir
able location for an apartment building,
brick flats or garage. This price Is far
below the selling price of any adjoining
ground. See us for price and terms.
24S-7-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler V
ON PAVED ROAD
A FINE HOME SITE
In the renter of n community of l.ono
people and many fine homus; couth and
fiist front, south slope; on Ilenx-on Oar
dens Jitney mute. Priced to sell. Call
'lyler to and uk for Mr. Manvllle. Office
open evenings. 7 till 9.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Street.
$75,000 Income 12 per cent; one year
old; very fine location; mortgage $25,000
ana win accept szu.uoo In trade; bal
ance casn or negotiable papers.
CALKINS & CO.,
Iiouglac 1313. City Nat. Bank Hldg
SLSK US FOR INVKSTMKNT AND
A. P. TCKEY & SON,
i'JP rirpt National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'nea. Pr'pty
DISTRICT COURT ORDER TO SELL RE
TAIN m IIVBSS PROPERTY.
Located 16th and Vinton Ht., on main
umuim and Mouth Slue street oar lines
Hint-story building, 30x70 feet, on lot 34. X
leei oy atiOUE 11U JuOt, at 1618-1619
Property proposed to be sold at Court
iiouno (cast aoorj at 9 o clock a, m,
Saturday, June 23.
K. W. Slmera!, Attornev.
CITY TRUST CO.. ADMINISTRATOR.
Hth and Harney Sts. Phone Douglas 789.
H A. WOLF, Realtor. Ware Blk Specialist
in inwnrnwn nnjunew oropertv
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
BUY Real Kxtate In
The New Steel City.
The city with a future.
Near the U. S. Steel
Corp. $25,000,000 plant, which Is almost
Lots are NOW $260.
Write now for Information.
Frank J." Clfford.
301-2 Commerce Bldg.,
St. Paul Minnesota.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING houses to rent or sell on smiill cash
payments; have parties waiting. Western
Real KsWite. 413 Karhach Blk. I). 3607,
LIST your 6 and 6-room houses with Ed
ward F. Williams Co., bUI Omaha Nat.
Hank Bldg. D. 420.
LIST your 6 and 6-room" houses with" us.
WE SELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY
. Co., Tyler 49fi.
COTTAGER AT OKOOOJI.
Cottage for rent by the day, week,
month, or season at Lake Okobojl. Suit
able for party of ladies or for mixed
families. H. E. Peater, Arnolds Park, la.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACKAGE Fine site on B. M. R. R.. slse
95x165, can be bought chonp. C. A. Qrlm
mel. Phone Doug. 1615.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6, 6 and 6 per cent Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
eale. J. H. Dumont & Co., 416-411 Keellne
Bldg.. 17th and Harney.
$1,300 MT(JE bearing 6 pet. semi-annually,
secured by property vlaued at $3,700. Tal-mage-Loomls
Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bid?.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages
THE best NPCUrlty for jour money la a good
a or tt per cent farm mortgage; fourteen
yearn' exporlenre making real estato loans;
no losses. Whits & Hoover. Omaha Nat'l
Well secured .bearing pet. interest.
HARLEY J. HOOKER,
40 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Tyler SCSI.
6 PER CENT to 6 per cent on beat clasa
city residences In amounts 12,000 up; also
farm loane. Reasonable commlsalon.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1S22 Farnam St.
Ten shares of Ralstnn Realty Co. at
one-half par value. Address M. 8. Dean,
1825 Peoples Oas Bldg.. Chicago, 111.
MONUY to loan on Improved faring and
rancheg. We also buy good farm mort
ganes. Klnke Inv. Co., Omaha.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loane.
City National Bank Bldg.
SHOPEN & CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
$10,000 PER CENT first mortgage se
cured by farm worth $26,000, near Omaha.
E. H. Lnugee, Inc., G3R Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
u k hhh hJ it. k. CO.. loin Omaha Nat'l.
FARM and city Joans, 6, 5 and 6 per cent.
W. H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1648.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM. 604 Bee Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sta.
Of MONEY HARRISON & MORTON.
U 916 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Hldor.
Om, Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOW RATER C. G. CARLBERG, 312 Bran-
dels Theater Bldg. D. US 5.
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unlisted stuck. Investment
securities, industrial stocks.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW & CO.,
bu umana wattonni HanK Miflg.
Abstracts of Title.
TCurv Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
IVCIi 305 r i7,h a eround floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
pfinles, 610 BrnndelH Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
i,O00-ACRE ranch, 75 per cent good farm
land, alt good grass land; R. R. runs
through track. $25,000 worth of lmprove
m nts; fine for colonisation; good term.
Kit Carson Home Builders, Kit Carson,
48H ACRES eastern Colorado farm, 120 acres
uroitert, only m an acre. Terms.
8. 8. & K. K. MONTGOMERY,
527 City National Bank Bldg.
Improved Harrison county, Towa, ISO
acre farm for sale on easy terms. Trice
$110 ppr acre.
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY,
f.fiO Brandels Bldg.
GREAT BARGAINS $5 down; $5 monthly.
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$200. Address Box 808, Excelsior Springs.
KIMBALL CO. SECTION
$12.50 Per Acre
Cli acres 12 milea north of C. P. R.
It. Hurd soil, about one-half valley land,
biiluncp rolling ; well settled neighbor
hood, 4 farm houses In sight from land;
county rapidly filling up with actual
farmers; land price advancing.
We believe t his is I ho best buy in
K I nibn 1 1 Co, Price $12.50 per acre ; no
trades. If you are too busy to Inspect It
personally let us show you a report by
a dinhiten sted largo land owner and
ranchman who Inspected It for ua.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.
HQ-ID Ketltn-j Bldg. Phone Doug. C60,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
DON'T PAIL TO INVESTIGATE
ICO acrea of well Improved, perfectly
level land, located 1 miles nf Battle
Creek and 7 nilles of Norfolk. In hitch
state of cultivation. An excellent quarter
lor fUft per acre.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
1016-111 W. O. W. Hldg. Doug. !(.
160 ACRES, Improved, only t miles from
Emerson, Neb.; every acre good farm
land; there Is about IS acres pasture that
will feed two head per acre; about 6
acres alfalfa and 20 acrea clover, and a
dandy orchard and grove, at only $146
per acre, on easy terms, u. . ttuii.
l.L'NO ACRES, N. W. Loup Co.; 2 seta im
provements. 160 a. fenced on each aec
tton. $3.50 per acre. $1,600 mtg. 6 pet
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
919-30 City Nat. n0Uff- 8!6j'
SO ACRES Irrigated, fine, level, black land"
near Bridgeport, Neb., very cheap, terms;
crop goes with laud.
S. H. & It. K. MONTGOMERY,
627 City National Hank Bldg.
SMALL Nebraaaa farms on easy payments
& acrea up We farm the farm we sell
son. The Hnngerrord Potato urowers
Association. 16th and Howard Sta.. Oma
ha Dotiirlas 9371
FOR SALE Best Urge body high grade,
medium priced land In Nebraska; vry
little money required. C Bradley, nor
120-ACRE improved farm tVt mlle from
Benson. Well situated and with good roads.
F. D. WEAD, 810 a tilth St. Wead Bldg
GOOD corn land. East Texas. $26 an acre
Get my free book.
W S FRANK. 201 Neville Block. Omabn
$1,000 Down Secures 150
Acres, 8 Cows, Pair or
Poultry, mowing machine, horae rake,
plow, harrow, cultivator, wanon. buggy,
ha menu, maple ugur evaporator, tank,
1,600 buckets and ttpnuis; 2,000 sugar
maples, 60 apple and pear trees; esttmat
ed that wood and timber inurkuted should
pay for entire property; S-rooin house
with cellar and running spring water;
barns, poultry, wagon and sugar houses;
telephones, mail delivered, near neigh
bore. Invalid owner's iulck ?ale price
for everything $2,760. with J1.000 down
and easy terms. I in mediate poeM'
with income from the start, Traveling
Instructions to see It are on page 9,
"St rout's Spring Catalogue." Write now
for your free ropy. K. A. STROUT FARM
AGENCY, Dept. 3072, 205 So. 18th St.,
Omaha. Neb .
OWN A FARM HOME
Here's a .chance for Independence for
wage earners and farm renters. Investi
gate our low terms for small or large
tracts In Michigan's fruit and clover belt.
$15 to $25 an acre. 10 A. $j to $25 down;
20 A. $10 to $50 down; 40 A. $25 to $100
down ; balance una 1 1 monthly or yearly
payments. Excellent for general Tanning,
stock, dairying, poultry, vegetables, fruit.
Near towns, tuliools, good transportation
Big booklet tree. Swlgarl Land Co., J
1262 First Nat. Honk Bldg., Chicago!)!.
MiO ACRES, all good black loam soil and
-lay 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
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Bessie L. Ralph and husband to Helen
W. Blair. Davenport street, ninety
four feet west of Forty-eighth street,
south Bide. 0x135 $ 1
E. L. Thomas and wife to E. E. Ben
nett, Thirty-first street, 144 feet
Bouth of Jackhon street, east side,
Barney A. Krltfcnbrlnk and wife to
Alice Quad', southwest corner Thirty-first
and Orover. 84x130 600
Patrick T. Smith lo Lucy Chase.
Tnniy-nmtn Htrewt. 120 foet south
of E struct, oast aid. 60x150 800
Walter B. Dudley to Charles W. Mar
tin & Ln., Madison avenue, 165 feet
east of Sixteenth street, south side,
William F. Roesslg to Conrad W.
ttrnst, uauman street, 253 feet west
of Twenty-eighth avenue, north sido.
bueiia 13. Alendenhall lo C, B. & Q.
it. k, lo., coutncHst corner Fourth
and Homer 42x130 r,n
Frank L. Kernan and wife to James
w . Lindy. Lake street, fifty feet
west of Forty-third street, north
aide. 60x1 .it i
Charles Horn and wife to Florenca
M. sanuncrg, Mayberry street, 180
feet east of Forty-fourth street,
north side, 45x108 4sno
Jennie Byar to American Security Co.,
aeveniuenm street, nriy-lour feet
north of Webster street, wcBt side,
Conservative Savings and Loan asso
ciation to Mary J. Rlne, Twenty
eighth avenue, 252 feet north of
Cuming atreflt. east side. 31xl2Ji. t
Charles W. Martin and wife lo Eric
t. Huuman, Madison avenue, 165
feet east of Sherman avenue, south
side, 45x127 2,000
New York, Juna 20. Cotton Futures
pened weak: Julv. 26.90 iA2K ftnhDr.
27.762u.D0c; December, 2&.65tj25.66c; Ja..-
Cotton futures closed irregular; July,
26.55c; October. 26.43c: Decfmihur Sfifiic-
January 25.64c; March. 25.76c; spot aulef
The cotton market closed steady at a net
decline of 66 to 82 points.
Liverpool. June 20. Cotton finnt. tav
good middling, 19.65d; middling, 19.J9d; low
iwuuim, 4D.vuu, aaies, s.uuu oaies.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
ents, 60c lower, quoted at $13.76; first clears
50c lower, quoted at $12.00; other gradea no
Barley $1.011 .46.
Rye $2,385? 2.40.
cash, No. 1 hard, $2.572.62; No. 1 north
ern, $2.62igi2.&7; No. 2 northern, $2.37
Corn No. 3 yellow, $1.041.62H.
Oats No. 3 white, 644t3 65fcc
Flaxseed $3. 07& 3.1 2.
Sioux City Live Htnek Market.
Sioux City. June 20. Cattle Recelota 3..
200 head; market for killers steadv: miock
ers weak; beef steers, $10.00(9)13.60; fat
cows and heifers, $8.60i9l11.2&; canners, $0.00
I&8.00; stockers and feeders, $7.5010.00;
calves, $9.00013.60; bulls, stags, etc., $7.00
ju.-ti, lUBMiiiB cows ana miners, sii.ttuiai
Hogs Receipts. 9.200 head: market
strong; lights, $14.9016.20; mixed, $15.20
(flio.ja; neavy, it.,3ii (y n.tso ; i'Irh, 11.75
13.25; bulk of salev, $15. lfttfr15.46.
isheop and Lambs Receipts. 600 head:
market 25c tilgher.
St. Joseph Ltve Ktork Market.
St. Josenh. June 20. Cattl Herein tn. 200
head; market steady: steers. 19. 00413.26:
cows and heifers, $6.00 1 2.26; calves, $9.0u
nogs Receipts, 8,000 head; market slow
nnd steady; top, $15.95; bulk of sales, $16.10
Hhwep and Lambs Receipts, 1,700 head:
market steady to higher; lambs, $13.00
is. 25; ewee, $8.009.75.
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts are lighter: market firmer on
ihe better grades of prairie hay; lower
grades aro selling slowly. Choice upland
prairie, $23.0024.00; No. 1, $23.00033.00
no. J, il6.0Uisru.i(l; no. a, I9.004P12.0'J; No.
1 midland, $21,00 22.00; No. 2. $14.00
18.00; No. 1 lowland, SI 2.00& 14.00: No. 2.
$8.0010.00; No. 8. $6.00Q6.60. Choice aU
raua, a.i)u.'a.ou; no. 1. 121.0071) ZZ. 00:
standard, $19.0020.00; No. 2, $16.00 17.00;
ino. s, sii.uuqpiu.uu. oat straw, IS. 008. 50;
wheat straw, $7.0007.60
Ht. Louis -rain Market.
St. Loul.i, Mo.. June 20. Wheat No. 2
red and No. 2 hard, nominal: July 11.99:
corn No. 2. 11. 7: No. 3 white. 81.670
1.68; July, $1.42: September, $1.06.
oats iso, J. nominal; No, 2 white nom
Kansaa City General Market.
Kansas City, June 20. Wheat No. 2
hard, $2. 53 2.65; No. 2 red. $2.66 2. 80:
July, $2.05; September, $1.80,
corn io. 3 mixed, il.H&4M.6fi; No. 2
white, $1.66l.f,6Vj ; No. 2 yellow, $l.fl;
July, $l.5f; September, $1.38.
oats ."so. 3 white, 71c; no. 1 mixed, 7C
London Financial Market.
I Sliver Bar, 39'id per ounce.
-Money 4T( 4'4 per rent.
Discount Rate Short bills, 4i per cm
threw months' bills. 4, per cent.
LIVE STOCK MARKET
New Top for the Season Made
for Choice Beeves; Hog
Prices Move Up Five
to Ten Cents.
Omaha, June tsi;.
Rec-lpts wore: Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Official Monday 6.049 5,772 ,Mt
Official Tuesday ..... 6,949 HMSl 3.6R4
Ef.tlmato Wcdnosday .. 6,600 1 1,300 l.&ou
Three days thli week. 17,698 27,4&3 H.619
Name days last week., IN. 187 20. KM 9,631
Same days 3 wka. ago.lfi.OOS J4,l6ti 1I.SH9
hum tlays 3 wka. uko.1K.IH9 24.1a; 9..U
Sainu dnys 4 wk. ago. 12,3V 3H,4f7 1t,:40
hame daH last year.. 11, 905 2H, S9! 2S.671
Cattle Receipts of cattle Wero toloruM)
libera) again today, 6,600 head, and tin
three days' supply very llttlo different from
a wick ago. in fact, the markot has ah
very Utile change for several days. Both
packers and shippers took (he good
choice grades freely as steady to strong
j rlces. forcing values lower on the fair to
poor grades that come tn competition wilh
the southoill and western grassers. Choice
1,600-pound beeves sold up to $1S.60 today,
a now top for the season and the hltihettt
price ever paid in una ha for fat rattle.
Cow stuff wan in moderate supply nnd
very fair demand, the desirable corn foil
kinds commanding strong prices and grassy
and half-Cat kinds selling somewhat lower.
Business in Blockers and feeders was not
very active, as Imth supply nnd demand
were limited. Choice fecdera were fully
steady, but common stock cattle were a drug
on (lie market at mora or leas shaded fig
ures. (Juotatlons on rattle: Good to choice
beeves, $12.7&(l 13.65; fair to good boevvs,
$12.0012.75; common to fair beeves, $10.25
(FMZ.OO; good to choice yearlings, $t2.50u'
12,26; fair to good yearlings, $11. 76012. 70;
common to fair yearlings, $10.000 11.76; good
to choice heifers. $10.L'5q)11.0; good
choice cows, $9.7SSno.;6; fair (o pood cows,
is.wtfs.ii); com n um to fair rows, ifi.oott
8.75; prime feeding steers, $10.0047 11.00:
good to choice feeders, $9,60010.00; fair to
good feeders, $S.50fi9.60; common to fair
feeders, .O0ip.S.6O; good to choice stickers,
$9.60fl0.60; lock heifers, $ 27.fr 10.60;
stock cows, $7.OO4plO,0O; stock calves, $8.50
Urn. on; veal calves, jio.ootf 14.60; bulls,
stags, etc., $7.00 11.00.
1260 IS 25 3
929 12 Cfl 18
1106 12 76 12
11 SO IS Oft 16
1321 IS 15 10
1100 13 SO 26
1595 13 AO
.1065 12 SO
.1203 1! 70
.172 12 90
.11K8 13 10
.1260 13 Zb
.1331 13 40
...890 6 00 1 1020
... 9fi B f" 3 903
.. .1030 7 00 7 783
... 872 7 26 2 776
... 865 7 76 1 960
...1050 8 2." 1 1040
...946 9 00 20 92.1
... 9B2 9 75 3 1126
...1090 10 00 10.,
...1117 10 hO I..
... 9;iS 10 65 1,,
...13)0 ii nn 9.,
871 10 40
130 )ft 60
1090 10 85
1236 11 40
... 987 11 75
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
... 434 7 86 1..
... 616 8 fiO 2..
... 710 1ft On 8,.
... 688 11 00 22..
... 642 11 75, 18...
. . . 862 12 2u 16. .
... 873 12 70 28..
... 30 7 00 6..
... 670 1 75 12..
... t,n 8 26 7..
...640 8 75 1...
... 930 10 75
CO 8 40
(140 9 LO
17 10 76
834 11 tie
6fil 12 00
798 13 6H
821 12 90
740, 1 60
481 8 00
715 9 50
540 10 00
x oo :..
975 8 !S
440 S 79
753 9 76
1276 10 00
.1630 10 10 1,
1680 10 25
...1670 10 59 3.
1020 11 CO
... 285 511 3 S28 9 00
... 270 9 60 1 380 10 26
... 410 11 00 6 306 11 75
... 230 13 00 1 290 12 60
... 3& 13 00 1 340 13 50
... 1N8 lit 76 3 120 11 00
. . . 160 14 25
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
it 415 7 90 6 73
1 430 8 60 1 'U "V
Una Continued improvement In v!uen
nil nrrnmrl lb mMFket loOU. and nil Urgent
demand for anything decent here from bnlh
shippers and packers, combined to boost the
general market fully tunr, rreo iniyma
by shippers, especially of the good light
and butcher weight hogs, featured the msr-
ket. between a fourth and a mini or me
total offerings finding their way Into order
buyers' hands at prices that were fully a
dime lo, In spots, na mucn as ion nignnr.
Ah a general thing packers did not show
o.ulto this much advance, but their purchases
were fully 60 to, in plenty 01 instances, iu
higher than yesterday's general trade. Move
ment was fairly active, and almobt every
thing bad changed hands well befora 10
o'clock. The least desirable Kinds 01 stun,
Including rough sows, highly mixed gradea
and thin underweignts, nati a very irregu
lar time of It. Borne of them Belling early
at sharp advances, while others were almost
unsalable at any price. There waa a sprink
ling of this common stuff left after every
thing else bad sold, but In the end the
clearance was practically complete,
Sales were made largely at $16.1515.C0
with scattering loads of the plainest stuff
on down and a sprinkling of the most de
sirable kinds upward toward $16.70, which
was the top. Today's general nnrket Is
the highest tn exactly two weeks, and, with
the exception of one day, the top Is as high
as has been paid this month.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. 8h. Pr.
78. .237 10 16 00 66. .270 160 15 16
66. .225 160 16 20 80. .202 120 15 25
44. .254 ... IS 30 61, .257 160 15 35
64..2K0 160 16 40 64. .266 320 15 45
68. .231 40 16 60 48. .206 80 15 65
36. .220 40 16 60 90. ,299 ... 16 70
Sheep Short work was made of today s
light supply, packers who continue to bo
ln urgent need of lambs being very eager
buyers of the eight or nine loans mat
were on offer. The trade was generally
60o higher than yesterday. No rangers
were on offer, clipped lambs and native
springers making up the entire run. The
best of the clipped lambB. another cut of
the ones that sold to sifi.so yestertiny,
touched $16.49. and two or three bunches
of decent to good, aturr som arouna sio.ia.
The native springers that were on offer
sold from $18.00 for a decent sort to $18.50
18.60 for the best that were here. Somo
nn choice as those that brought $18.26 yes
terday might have sold to $18.76. An tho
prices that have been quoted show, the
market Is fully $1.00 higher than at the
close of last week and $2.00&2.&0 higher
than it was at the low time ten days ago.
The advance has been about as rapid as the
dncllne nnd the result is that in a very
short space of time al! but about $1.00 of
the I3.00w4.ou slump tney surreren recently,
has been regained, tops on clipped lambs
being ln fart within 7&c or tno nignesi price
ever pa-Id here.
Quotations on sheep and Iambs; Lambs,
shorn, $5.75ig16.50; spring lambs, $16.50
18.60; spring lambs, culls, $18.0015,60;
lambs, feeders, $12.00 15.00; yearlings,
shorn, $12.001S.IO; westerns, shorn, $10. 00
(ft) 11.50; ewes, shorn, $8.0010.25; ewes,
culls, shorn, $6.00(g)8.&0.
No. Av. Pr.
7 shorn ewes Ill $10 25
3 cull ewes 84 8 00
24 native spring lambs.... 64 18 00
1 cull spring lamb 20 10 Ow
166 natlvo spring lambs 62 18 60
10 cull spring lambs 47 15 00
169 fed clipped ewes 122 10 00
St. L011U Live Stock Market.
Rt. Louis, Mo., June 20. Co ttle -Receipts,
6,700 head; market steady; natlvo beef
steers, $7.6018.60; yearling, $8.50)13.25;
cows, $6. 00 (pi 1.00; stockers and feeders,
$6.0OfH0.00; prime southern beef steers,
$K.O0fj12.26; beef cows and heifers, $1.2
9.00; prime yearlings, $7.5010.00; native
Hugs Receipts, 10.000 head; market
higher; light, $16. 4616.86; pigs, $!0.00j
16.26; mixed and hutchers, $15.60'f 106;
good heavy, $16.0016.05; bulk of sales.
Sheep Receipts, 2,400 bead; market
nfeady ; r lipped tambs, $13.00 (J? 16.60 ; ewes,
$9.0010.00; spring tamhs, $16,00118.76;
canners, $5.00$S.50; choppers, $7,00)7.60.
Send for our
and special report on
12 iwJth La Salle Street, Chicag, III.
Long Distance Phone Harrison 4992
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Corn Receipts Large, but Hold
ers Refuse to Sell Oferings
at Decline; Wheat
Trade is Dull.
I uutti;i. .llin. Jii, 11?.
The re. cipts of corn w. re owlleiH toduy
and while there win a goml demand for lliln
cereul tho trail" was n trifle (.low In getting
started nn n number of the sellers were
not disposed to sen their offering at a
decline. th market being quoted from 2 to
2V- under the quotstlona of the prmiouf.
The Ira de In w heat was extremely dull
and the demand wic not even lroiig
enough 10 take t are of the offerings, which
were unusually llvhl. (he total arrival of
wheat being uulv nine cni s while then'
were only three curt, of this cereal reported
Hold up 10 a lute linur
J'hc oath market w ti equally as dull as
was the wheat market and while prices
were In all probability nominally lower It
wan Impossible to give. the. exact mnite as
there were no sales, of thin article- reported.
The wheat inarUri was prolubl from
Jir to 12c lower, a lart of a car of No. 3
bard srlllnii hi l:r.p while on the v'eviouw
day the xitme guide of when! puld at $:'.!)
&I3.62. Coin sold ihiutuI1 at (1. ',.. bill
one cr 4 if No. 2 yellow, which was sold 011
shippers wclghls, biKtiKbt $l.(i3'4 and n
few salej. of No. 4 mixed were ma do at
$1 62S9.I fi: V
Rye was firm and sold M-veril cditu
above the quotation of the previous day
while barley wu rather weak und ruled
from So to 3e lower.
Theo demand for these cereals wu mod
oraleljg active, but the trade was- limited
on accoimt of IIkM receipt.
Clearances were: V heat and flour eiiual
to 1.422, Unit bushels; corn, liJ.OOO bu.slicla;
oats, 2r3,0Ufl bushelH.
Primary wheat receipts were 41 2,00n bu.
and shipmeni ti'L'.ooo lui. ngfthii-t 1 ceHplrt
of 674, Ht u bu. and shlpiiiciiu of 373. UK0 bu.
Primary crn r eelpitt were 993,000 bu.
and shipments &Sf,otHi lm. Hgalnnt reccipl"
of 63l.Oa bu. und fhlptneuts of 47li,aoO bu.
Primary oats, receipts were 1.167,00ft bu.
and shipment 812.000 bu. against receipt
of 711',JO0 bu. and shipments of 126,000 Inn
CAR LOT RECEIPT?.
Wheat. Corn. Oals
Chicago 23 J57 79
Minneapolis 1 "i3
ttmahn 9 124 12
Kansas City :3 13 li
St. Louis 2i SI 4S
These sales were reported today:
Wheal: No. 2 hard winter, 4 2-6 cars.
J2.j0, No. 3 bard winter. I car, 12 ia, N,.. 4
hard winter. 3-6 car, (1.76. Screenings, 1 car,
$1,26. Sample, uprlng. I car, $1.25, No 3
mixed, 8-6 car. $17... No. a durum mixed,
1 car, $1.76; 1 car, $1,76, No. 4 durum
mixed, 1 car, $l,7i,
Hye No. 3, I car. $2.M.
Corn No. 2 white, I rar O-hlpper's
welghtt.), $l.fi3;; 6 cars. $1.6)1. Nn. 3 while,
4 cars, $I.k;i. x,i. 2 yellow, 2 cars, fl.iCi;
5 3-6 earn. $1.63. No, yellow, 1 car, fl.iiiiV:
4 cars, $1.63. No. 2 mixed. 17 cars. H.C3: I
ear. $1.62. No. 3 mixed. 13 curs, $1.6:1.
No, mired, 1 car, 11.62; 2 cars, $1.62',
OafsNo. 2 white. 1 car. 65 Sc. No. 3
White, 1 car, 6e. Mnmpl white, 1 car. Mc
umnna i-asn i'rice--Vt beut : No. 2 hard.
$2.482.6; Nn. 3 hard. $2.4112.48 ; No. 4
bard, $2.30(1(2.411. i,n,: n. 2 white,
$1.62o1.63; No. 3 white, $1.62',il.fi3;
No. 4 white. $l.ti2Srl,62 ; No. 6 while,
$1.62ftl.2ij: No. 6 white, $1.81' 1.82 ;
No. 2 yellow-, $1,62 G 1.63 : No. 3 Vr-
Inw, $1.62 di'1.631, ; No. 4 yellow, $1.6?U
1.62; No. 5 yelow, $ 1.(12 fc-1.62 ; Nn. 6
yellow, $1.61 mf l.(i2; No. 2 mixed. $1.6JVHf
1.63; N. 8 mixed, $ 1.62 4. 63 ; No. 4
mixed, $t.6i!1.62 ; No. 6 mixed, 1.62p
i.tx'; no. mixed. il.Gl 4 Oats:
No. 2 while, 65( 65'ic; standard, 64l4flti6c;
.NO. 3 White, Mtflirc; No. 4 White, 63 Ml I' 4-
ifariey;. .Malting, si. 18)1.33) No. l feed,
$1.1241)1.18. Rye; No. 8, 2.272.29; No. 8,
Local rango of options:
Art. Open, " High. I Low, cjowe. j" Yew,
Will. I I I
July I 2 Oil I 2 00 206 2 Ofi 120(1
Hopt 1 73 1 73 1.3 1 73 J 1 77
July 1 66 1 65 165 1 66 167
Sept I 1 404 1 4l 14ft 1 40 I43i
Dec. 1 06 1 05 106 1 05 107
Oa a. 1
July 69' 69 i 691 6flH 61
Sept j 61) 60 I 60 60 CO
Deo f 61 H 61SI 51S 61 S 6214
Chicago closing prices, furmslmd The llee
ty Logan At Bryan, stock and grain brokors,
316 South Sixteenth street. Omaha:
Art, j Open. ) High. I Low.1
wht. 1 i
July S 04 2 04 200
Hept 1 81 1 81 176
July 1 66 t fi5'i 151
Sept . 1 46 1 4IVHei,
1 524 1544
(f t 7j
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Hamhaw Hotel Announce! 1
the Engagement of J
and company of ten entertain- I
ert and muiiciana I
(6 to 12) I
Dance If You Like
Wednesday and Saturday
Make Your Reservations Early I
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OMAHA'S FINEST RESTAURANT
AND AMUSEMENT CENTER
IN CLASSIC DANCES
ASSISTED BY MARTINEZ RANDALL
Ent.rt.lnm,nt that "Entertain."
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I CHARLES RAY I
lv, 1 08ti 1 10 'lORfc! 1 0.IV1O8H
Mnv 1 10il 1 10VI07 J 1 l109,4
Oats I t I I
.Inly 3'i fiJJ'V 60 1 61 V 63
sepi rs l 6Pil us '
I He,-, H 54V 53', 1 5.1V 5l'i
; l'"fk. 1 I III
.lnl , :n 1.0. j ;is sft Ms fiaj 3i so '.".8
Ne),t 1 .19 U I 39 16 'SH 86, 39 16 39 0ft
Lard. I I I I
Julv 21 70 21 To ':i y :i );i fin
I 21 0 I :i jl:1 i r: s2
! mi'-. ! ! Ill
I July i 21 2:. , 21 3" Jl rt, 21 30 121 1..
Nept 1 21 i;. I 21 5(1 !2I 4"' 21 47 !2l 4"
HICM.O GRAIN MARKET
Rumor tt Impending Kmhargoes HiiugH
About Mriivy Liquidation of Hales,
Chicago, .tune ;'. Reports that President
Wilson was likely soon to evrclso his power
to place an embargo on Kialn Miipmcnlx
thai nilsbl reach tl.Tmany through neutral
touiitrlSH led to heavy It. initiating ales to
day, efp. dally In com. l'rl. et. for tbsl
cereal closed nervine, !, to 4c n, I lower.
Wh.Mil a li declined, ftitl.-hhm 1c lo ie down,
wilh Jul j al 2 01 and Hepiemt.er n( $1 so
Oali loM 'iii'V to l'c Provisions gained
3'vc tn 15c.
tleneral unloading by liidd"fi of cote ae
eompiinled the talk of h probable sudileil tn
fiiro in.'itt of einbaiKo I'-miln tonn. It wni
aalil lliitt recent unnNUallv lai'K' purchaios
id corn (in- Knroponn neutrsls hsd aroused
Kiisplclon and t hat Hie new aul huHly of
the pii-cideut could provide an effective bar
1 0 any ef the proposed hliunis falling
into ;nii.N that wen- hostile to the Tnlled
Stales. Itsiu thai broke .1 scrli.us drouth
In north tais and In ( iktahoina c.uinteil
10 Hiinm vMcni In further weakening the
Hedging sales from the southwest bad n
deprewKlng effect on wlnat. New crop offers
InereastMl rapidly, but buyers were scarce
exctpl at relatively low figures. Crop
prospects continued to Improve. Rains In
the spring wheat reitlon were deemed of
particularly athuntaKc to the bear side 01
Hiits werrt chiefly governed by ihe name
Influences Ibat tilled othrtf gruln. epe,inlly
corn. Seaboard houses bought oats on the
Aosertlons that the Belgian com minute, n
was scelilnir offers helped to slreiiRlheii the
provision mnrltet. I'pturns tn lb" vnlie of
New York Money Market,
New York, June 20. Mercantile paper, 5
Hireling Bx change Sixty day bills. $4.72;
roiiiinertiiil sixty day bills on banks,
$4, 71V cninnieretal sluty dav blllw,
4 7 1 ' j ; demand. $4.75; rabies, $1 76 7-16.
SI her Bar. 77c; .Mexican dollars,
Bonds aovornmmt nnd railroad, steady
Time Loans Strotik; sixty and ninety
dsys, 6SSi'' per cent; six mouths, 51?6Si
Call Money Htrong; high 6'i per cent;
low, 6 per cent ; ruling rale, 6 per cent ;
laHt loan. 0 per cent ; closing bid, 6 14 per
cent; offered at 6 per cent,
U. S. 2s reg 9SVlnl. M. M. 6m,. 91 ,
it.) coupon ... MK. C. H. r. 6s 86
V. H. 3s reg ! A N. un. 4s 91 'i
ilo eoupun .. 98 4 M K T 1st 4s 68 'i
11. H. 4s reg Hi4Vj,Mo. Pnc. g. 4s ft'4
do roupon ..H'4 Mont. Power 6s. 96
I'uiil. 3 coupon. . 87 4 N. Y C. deb. t!l06f
Am. F. Sec, 5s.. 94 No. Parlflo 4s., S7't
A. T, 4 T. r. 5s 98 1, do 9m 62
AiiRio-Krcneh 6s. 93' 0. S. I., r. 4s 86't
Arm. A- Cn. 4'ns 9ftP. & T. 6s,. 96
Atchison g. 4s.. 90 Penn. 1011. 44sla
B. & . 4n 88 'do gen. 4Hs 964
Crn. Leiith. 5s.. 994 Reading gen. 4s 614
Cen, Pac, lsi.. 84 fl h A fl F a 8s 66
C. O, c. 6s,. 8Ho. Puelflft c, bs 994
C B St. Q .It 4s 964 do reft 4s .... 864
tCM&KPgl4 96 South. Ry. 6l. , 98
C R I & P r 4s 7ft4'T.'g l'aclflotl 96
C. .V 8. r. 4 4s 79 Union Paclfln 4s 9B'4
1). A It. 0. r. ; 68 1I0 cv. 4s.... 89
lnm. of Can. 5a 96lr. H. Rubber 6s 86'4
Krle gen, 4s.. 61 U. H. Stoc) 6s, .1044
den. i;iec. 6s,.10ItWabash lat ...109
Ol. No. 1st 44 94 West. Cit. 44s 914
111. Con. r.-f. 4a 86 Hid. offered.
Turpentln and KtMln.
ftavanuhh June 20. (dls Turpentine,
firm. AHc) sales, 320 ubls.; storks, 18,
RosinKIrm; sales, 1,211 bbls.; receipts, 1,
6R7 bbls.; shipments, 1 306 bbls. ; stneka. 63,.
768 bbls. (JUntallons: ' A, II, $6.40(16,50; D,
5.6ft(i 6.00; B, $6.50(6.ti6; F, $r..H5SJ5.80;
(). $6.706.80: II, $6.754l16.8(l; , $&.M6.85;
K $5.906.00; 61, $6.001jt fl.20 V N, $6,360
6,65; WU, $6.45&6.7U; WW, $6.806.90,
New York, June 3ft. -Metal Lead, dull;
spot, $11. 8744(12. 184- Spelter, dull; spot
Kast Ht. Louis delivery, $113419 374.
Copper, firm; electrolytic, spot and nearby,
nominal, $33.00$: 34.0 0;lhlrd quarter. $29.60
(1(32.00. iron, firm; No. 1 northern, $49,004$
60.00; No. 2. $48.7649.76; No. 1 southern,
$47.0OSf 48.00; No. 2, $40.60947.60, Tin,
strong; spot. $63.5064. 5Q.
At London: Spot Copper, fl.10; futures,
20 10s; electrolytic, fill. Spot tin. 251;
fntureH, 1239. Lead, spot, 130 10s; futures,
fi 10c. Spelter, upot, 164; futures, 160.
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NEW YORK STOCKS
Numerous Elements Combine
to Bring About Unsettled
Conditions in Wall
I N"iv Y.ni,, Jntic 20. iihdiawal of pua-
lie p.iiilcipatlon, an advance in call money
I to fli, i.cr rent, the hitch rate of thu year,
frenh eoinplleatlotis In Ih" foreign situation
nnd iinfavorablo weather oer western and
southweslern tiirrf culture centers accounted
in varying degrees for today'H further Im
pairment of quoted vn lues.
The litiiher money rates extended to time
loans and on-'-d.iy illnenunis by the local
Federal Reserve b.tnk, which were raised
from 2 to 3 per cent. Reports of the gov
ernment's Intention lo take over the opera
lion of the roiiulry's Ii-stllng Industries met
with prompt deoiHl from Washington.
IWItnss were ;inhl itumt severe In Specu
lailve IsMies. hut inilnuceil all divisions of
(lie Ut Itiiiudlnv nil If. Price were dls
tlnelly firm at Hie opening, but heaviness
soon developed on persistent offering of
uteels, copper, nils, augaiM ami numerous
1'anljil rallies were Invarlnbly followed
by reiiewi.I of selling for both accounts, the
tdiort lneret. displaying especial activttv
tn the war group. I". S. SleH offered lest
resUiunce lo pressure, declining from 1284.
Us best cnotalion of the morning, to H
liotiitH under (hut level, Hi-t hihem steel
new shares proved more vulnerable at ail
extreme ln-s of f. v, poind to 135. "
In Ihe final Pour Culled Statea steel led
(bo active list 111 41 generHl recovery of I to
4 points from lowest levels, while Cruclbln
sleet, distillers securities, rorn products and
a few other hsiii-n which no their promi
nence to pool activity made actual gains
01 1 cn ,1 poinix.
Motors unit shippings were steadier than
most other group, pronounced heaviness be
ing shown by some of lh utilities. Total
salrs 9:6,000 shares.
Iliceipt of atiulher $11,000,000 In British
gold hardening of llrcs and rublea, and a
slight shading of f nines were the feature
f ihn forelmi exchange market.
Rends were heavy on recessions In high
grade Industrial and railway Issues.
Total sales par value $2,260,110, Liberty
bonds held al par for full lots and other
PnMed Hintcs( Issues wore unchanged on
Number nf sales and quotations on the
leading buk ka were:
Sales. High. Law. .Clow,
Am, Het Sugar... 60 9.", 4 94 94
Am. Can 4.40 4i4 it 474
Am. Cur A F'ndry, 1.300 ;5 11 73
Am. Locomotive.. 2,6on 71 4
A in. Smell. A Ref. 10,60ft 106 104 1044
Am. Sugar Ref ...,6,700 13ft jtau, H84
Am. Tel. ft Tel... 000 121 4 laifc 1)1 4
Am. 7.. (,. A S.' , i
Anarnnda Copper . 11,300 82 81 8l
Atchison 4,000 tot 1064 lftOS
A. (I. , W. I, H, S. 2 100 113 109 1094
H. A 1 300 7!4 78S
II. A S. Copper ... 300 41 414 414
Cel. Petroleum 'iiit 59
Canadian Pacific . 300 160 4 160 1694
Cenlral Leather .. 11,800 914 91 124
C. At 0 500 R0 69 69 4
C. M. A St. P. ... ,00 744" 74 74
C, A N. V 4'i0 110'i 110 1084
C. R. 1. A P. rtfs S
rhino Copper 1.40i) 664 64 6144
Colo, Fuel A Iron.. 2,600 61 4 ' 64
Corn Preduciu Ref t,no 34 314 884
Crucible Steel .... 2,600 83 794 924
Cuba Cane Sugar 1 7. 1 00 44 42 4 43 4.
I'litlllers Hers. .. 14,10ft 344 21 24
Krle 1,600 lit; 4 26 H at 4'
Ooneral Klectrlu H?
General Motors .. 16,000 JU4 113 1144''
(It, No. pfd iov
Ot. No. Ore. r.tfs. 1,600 32 814 81
Illinois Centre! 108
Inspiration Copper. 6, 400 634 1 H 62 4 v
Int. M. Marine pfd, 11,900 84S 83 II 4
Int. Nickel 8,200 404 89 29.4
lot. Paper 1,H00 284 86H 864 p'
K. C. Hohthern 184
Kennecott Copper . 4,600 46 444' 444
Louisville A Nash 1244
Maxwell Motors .. 1,900 61 4 49 49
Mexican Pet 6,600 96 93 $4
Miami Copper .... 1,800 41 40 40
Missouri Pacific ., 1,000 29 29 19
Nevada Copper . 200 23 J3 4 23 4
N. Y. Central .... 1,100 91 10 90
N. Y.. N. Jl. A H 87
Norfolk A Western 1.400 123 123 124
Northern I'Hctfio . l,Z) 1031 1034 103
Pacific Mall 700 27 16 16
Pacific Tel. & Tel 86
Pennsylvania ., ,, 1,000 63 63 82
Pittsburg Coal .... 7,800 64 62 63
Ray Con. Copper . 3,700 2k a 8 !
ending 19,700 96 94 96
Rep. Iron ft Hteel 14,900 90 88 90
Mhattuck Arix. Cop. 200 26 16 26
Southern Pacific. .. 1.900 9 98 984
Southern Ry 2,200 37 97 87
Studebaker Corp... 38,100 86 86 844
Texas Co 3,30ft 210 306 206
Union 1 'a el fir .... 2,600 136 135 136
V. S. Ind. Alcohol 14,:n0 1G4 160 163
I'. B. Steel 249,700 128 125 126
H. H. steel, pfd,.. 117
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Wabash, pfd "B". 2,100 26 86 36
Tots) Miles for the day, 938,000 sharca.
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