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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1917)
im BEK:-OMAHA, Jr'KlDAl. AUUUiSl a. lar,.
MONEY TO LOAN
Fl'RMIUKE. planoa and note as ecurlty.
140, mo.. H. good, total oost. 13.50.
1(0, I mo. ndoraed note, total cost. - S0.
Soulier, lr ara't proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETT.
43t Boee Bide;,. 16th and Farnam, Ty. "
LEGAL RATES - LOANS
124 00 $240.90 or more.
Eaay payment. . Ormoat prlvaoy.
'S4 Faxton Bid. 1 ' Tel. Doug. 2295.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
. Sacrifice Colorado
4f acrea Routt county, Colorado. Lo-
eated two tulles shipping station. All
fenced and cross-fenced. Cedar poits and
barbed wire. Two sets improvements; all
can be irrigated: water limited; right
fully paid; system laia out Dy govern
ment engineer. Owned by eastern . man.
Such land Is held at 14$ to 150 per
acre, but can make price of $17.60 per
acre for quick sale. Might take a piece
of smaller clear property at casn price as
Address C. B. Couch, Brown Palace
BAOAIN In Colorado ranch. Owner engaged
In other business and will sell small
ranch consisting of S20 acrea owned and
320 acres leased land, situated within
miles of county seat. Only 14 feet to
plenty of water and best grass in the
. For further particulars address owner,
Elbfrt Lewis, Akron, Colo. 1
SUNNY San Luis valley Irrigate farm,
well improved, on auto road, one-halt
mile town, four miles railroad; some alfalfa
and hay, balance farming; price $55 acre
cash: terms. Box" 60. Mirage, Polo.
Minnesota Lands. .
HO ACRES 45 MILES from Minneapolis,
near two good railroad towns; one-half
under cultivation: balance used tor pas
ture and hay) can practically all te cul-
tlvated: good soil; good set buildings, this
Isnd will produce 60 bushels of corn per
aore: country la thickly settled; complete
set of machinery, 27 head of stock, con
sisting of 11 cows, balance 1 and 3 year
olds; 4 good horses. 25 bogs, chickens and
everything on ths farm goes at $65 per
acre; $6,000 cash; Immettite possession
can be had. Schwab Bros.. J02S Plymouth
Bldh Minneapolis. Minn,
A 320-aer farm in Pierce county. Neb.,
at a bargains ISO acres in cultivation;
fair buildings. For particulars write to
Box 216. Hoisteln. I. ,
708-ACRE alfalfa ranch, 5 miles from Elm
creok; price $110: Improvements. 160
acres, one mile, price $80. 160 acres, 8
miles, ihO. 140 acres, 8 miles from Elm
ore., $85. Kimball and Perkins county
land at right prices. ' Johnson & Jorgen
son, Elmereek, Neb.
SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payment
5 acre up. We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
association, 16th and Howard St., Omaha.
A BARGAIN, 600 acres, four miles from
Blmoreek. Johnson & , Jorgenson, Elm-
EASTERN Nebraska farms. J. A. Gibbons,
145 ACRES joining good small town in
eastern Okla.; 115 acres of good land In
cultivation, 85 of which Is bottom land;
goed ti-rom house, barn and other build
ings: good orchard, water and roads; beau
tifully located. Part -cash, balance at low
rate of Interest. I also have other good
farms. J. G. Sutton, Seneca. Mo,
6 to I tons per aore yerly.
JORDAN VALLEY PROJECT
HARLET J. HOOKER
Itu First Nat. Bank Bldg.
' Texas Lands.
!iOOD corn land, east Texas, $25 an acre.
Get my free book.
W. S. FRANK. 201 Neville Block, Omaha.
y REAL ESTATE WANTED
tinfJiAVE client who has $600 to pay down on
' 7 s, new bungalow bargain- Call us up and
Pr0H will sell your house If. it it priced
rf INTERSTATE REALTY COMPANY,
V-UOUg. BSOd. vtig ,....tn. .
LASTING house to rent or sell on small oash
payments! have parties waiting, Western
. ... LAMv.aAK nil, Tt Sfl(17
rteat Jsiaie, ixa rtnwmi
i ,an rt, & Un,i Cronm houses with Ed
ward V. Williams Co., lOMBS Omaha'
Nat. Bank Bldg. u.
LIST your 6 and 6-r0om houses with u.
W BELL THEM. OSBORNS REALTY
Co., Tyler eats.
ARNDT TAYLOR can assist you. 1825
Laird St. Webte 2039.
NEAR i&th and Farnam, two modern resl
' dences, 7 rooms and sleeping porch each.
With for 88,5(10. F. D. Wead, S10 S. 18th.
north side: bargain
Fine, 8 rooms, wllh fine sleeping room,
screcned.ln front porch, plastered cellar,
extra fine plumbing: large garage, 2440;
garage rents for $J5 per jimnth, almost
. enough to carry property, Prlqe. $4,250;
:ash, $760, balance easy. All tn finest
BENSON & CARMICHAEL
Douglas 1722. ,
mt ranton Block,
Seven-room house, all modem, full sited
lot en corner, streets paved. This prop,
erty Is on Burdette, easy walls to 80th
or 24th car. Will give some one a bar
gain. Owner left city,
808 Farnam Bldg.
A REAL BARGAIN.
Bugalow, 6 rooms and sleeping porch,
built-in buffet, etc.; fireplace, hot water
heat, paved street, excellent neighborhood.
Brown street near 24lb, $3,400. i
$1,800 Cottage on 88th street rieae
Ames. Modern, but heat. Nice neigh
borhood. Easy payments.
-room modern house. Lot 60x124 ft,
, Near 24th and Manderson. For vacant or
imprffsd. Price $4,000.00.
TwA fifty-foot lots near 21st and Man
derson streets as first payment on a
good $3,500 to $4,000 residence.
IV. T, GRAHAM,
Doug. 1533. Bee Bldg.
6-roonv-strictly modern bungalow; oak
. finish and oak 'floors; built-in bookcases,
buffet and features In kitchen; combina
tion sun room and sleeping room;
screened porch; large lot; one-halt block
if frqm car line. One of the clsssiest bun
, galows In tho city for the money. Don't
fail to see it. .
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
f.rr Omsha-Nafl. Bk. Bldg. . 1781.
O WNER ASKING $6,000
Beautiful Stucco Home
Seven large rooms and bath Including
tine sun room, all the built-in features,
exceptional plumbing, finest of materia la
and workmanship, all built by day labor.
Located on choice corner lot, south and
east exposure, one block to ear, close to
schools and churches and Kountze park.
For appointment to aee, call
OSBORNE REALTY COMPANY,
701 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
NEW STUCCO bungalow, 5-r. and bath,
strictly mod., built-in buffet and cup
boards, oak finish, rooms all decorated,
' full basement, furnace heat,' lot 40x128 ft.,
' one block to school and car. Price cut to
$2,950, easy terms.
RASP BROS., 110 Keeline Bldg. Tyler 751.
PRICE ONLY $2,750
Choice East Front Lot
Six rooms and bath, strictly modern;
beat value we know of for the price; one
block to car; $500 down will handle.
OSBORNE REALTY COMPANY-.
101 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Tyler 486.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Stucco construction. 6 large light rooms.
Oak floors, oak and enaml finish. Prlo
tl.sOO. Kaay terras. Another new build
lng for ii.tiO. Call Dougia 17:1 day.
Walnut 1580 evening
ONE S-rooin and one -room cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition: live In on and
rent the other. Price for both, :.760.
Very May term. No. I43S South 10th 8t
NORRIS & NORRIS.
400 Bee Building. Phone Douglas 4370.
$100 DOWN ?2S A MONTH.
Just listed, a five-room house strictly
modern except heat: oak floor through
out: paved street, paving paid, at $1,900.
A genuine bargain.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
$37 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. P. 1781.
WHY FAY RENT?
$300.00 will buy a five-room, up-to-date,
strictly modern bungalow, balance
just like rent. See me at once.
C. A. GRIMM BL. Phone Douglas 1615.
I HAVE a splendid lot tij Evanston, also
one in Jllnne Lusa, which I will sell at
Telephone Tyler 12S0.
A TRACT of ground laying ideal for poultry
raising: 250-ft. frontage; pries $810; $60
cash. $15.80 monthly. Call D. ti.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
Real Estate sod Insurance.
1SJ0 Farnam St D. 1061.
TWO NEW COTTAGES, 6 rooms each. Binall
cash payment, balance like rent.
ALLEN BARRETT. 513 Bee Bldg. D, 7768.
Templeton-Olaon Co., Be Bldg. Tyler 020.
General real estate, insurance. Rentals.
R. S. TRUMBULL.
1305 1st Nat Bk. Bldg. D. 1734.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF. Realtor, War Elk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
QUARTER sectioa Minnesota land, 4 miles
northwest of Wlndora; 120 acres In crops,
fenced and cross-fenced; good, black
andy loam, about 20 mile from Iowa
line. Farm is rented, 2-6 delivered. Frio
$125 per aore. Want improved 80 acre.
Must be within 60 mile of Omaha, or
good income Omaha property.
LWND. 429 ROHB BLDG. TYLER 76S.
SHERIDAN, Dawes, Rock and Dundy Co.
Improved ranches, clear, for sale or ex
change. 8. 8. R .73. MONTGOMERY.
Douglas 4810. 627 City Nat. Bank Bids,
South Dakota, for cash or clear land. 0.
J. Olmem, Minneapolis, Minn.
$300.00 EQUITY in good residence lot at
30th and Hamilton St. to trade for Ford
In good condition. Call II. 82.1)1.
160 ACRES, well Improved, every acre good
land. N. E. Neb., will take some trade.
O. A. Kul. Oakland, Neb.
$50 AN acre buys 180. aore farm 1 Simile
from Omaha. Inquire 488 Using BlJ. Tel.
Doug. 4813. Residence phone Doug. 6776.
WANTED A lot or a used Ford for equity
of $500 In 60 acre of unimproved Wiscon
sin land. Mrs. Lawson, 2808 Wirt St.
REAL ESTATE Investment
, 24TH STREET
CLOSE-IN CORNER LOT
We have a list of flats located on this
booming thoroughfare that are well built
and in good condtllon, and are being of
fered for the first time. Rental Is $960
per annum. The best close-In buy that
we know of. Quick action required.
GLOVER & SPAIN
919-20 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 36
This la a choice piece of ground with a
Dodge St. frontage of 65 feet and Is Just
west of 41at St. It is handy to both
branches of the Farnam oar line. You
cannot find a better location.
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY,
Douglas 200. 506 Bee Bldg.
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
620 First National Sao" Bldg.
REAL ESTATE 'Unimproved
AFTER looking "at M1NNE LUSA 300 dlf.
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
preposition on the . market and they
backed their judgment by buying Iota.
IF, YOU will come out today you -will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lots. Prloe $220, only
$2 eash and 60 cents per week. Doug. 1361.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
t READY TO MOVE IN ,
. $26.50 MONTHLY
This house Is a brand new B-room bun
galow on a corner acre, and only one
block to free jitney and paved road; large
living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 bed.
rooms and bath; a full cement baaemeut.
' This house la different and we want you
to see it. The. crop consists of beans,
peas, beets, tomatoes and other vegeta
bles, and it's doing fine. Call Tyler 60
and ask for Mr, Clvk.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
1614 Harney St.
All in Growing Garden
You can move in at once and garden Is
nearly ready for you to use. Tho house Is
only 1 year old, all newly decorated. Has
electric lights, cement basement, con
siderable young fruit, potatoes,' peas,
string beans, navy beans, tomatoes, beets,
feterita for poultry, sweet corn, , popcorn,
etc. You will like this place. It Is in
Benson Gardens; easy walking distance to
car line. Prjco, $2,850. Easy terms. Mr.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, (Realtors)
1614 Harney St. Phono Tyler 60.
Practically new 6-room modern home
over Vj acre of ground 2 blocks to Benson
car line and school, a nice east front high
and sightly location. Nonresident owner
must sell. Price $3,600. Terms.
245-7-9 Omaha Nut. Bank Bldg. Tyler 60.
Dundee Stucco Home
This Is a good 2-story modern house
having 4 rooms and sleeping porch with
living room across the entire front, with
brick fireplace and bullt-ln bookcases, at
tractive dining room and bullt-ln buffet,
convenient kitchen and front and rear
vestibules first floor. Finished In oak ex
cept kitchen. 3 corner bed rooms, bath and
sleeping porch, securnl floor. Finished In
white enamel with birch mahogany doors
and oak floors throughout. This house built
only few years, is In excellent condition
and locsted on a north front 60 ft. lot
only Vi block from Happy Hollow circle
and IV blocks from Dundee school. Price,
$5,850. Reasonable terms. It will pay you
to investigate this proposition,
GEORGE & COMPANY
Phone r. 756. 602 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod.
ern. attractive home. Before buying be
ur and see
GEORGE & CO.,
HOMES snd home site in Dundee.
BHULER CARY, 104 Keeline. D. 107.
LIVE SIM MARKET
Better Demand and Stronger
Market for Western Grass
Cattle ; Hogs About
Omaha. Aug. 1, 1817.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs, Sheep.
Official Monday 6,881 ,47 11,5
Official Tuesday 6,604 11,300 10,401
Of flolal , Wednesday .. J,78l S.87S 6.806
Estimate Thursduy , 2,000 13.600 6,800
Four days this week., 81,376 45,853 S5.693
Rkme days last week ,30,636 47,831 34.741
Same days S wks. ago. 14,345 47,818 26,633
Same days 8 wks. ago. 16,781 46 876 80.198
Same days 4 wks. ago. 11,251 21,660 13,306
Sam days last year. . 17.49J 47.30 41,400
Receipts and disposition of live atock at
thar: Union stock yards, Omaha, Nb for
twenty-four hour ending at 3 o'clock p.
r. M. St. P II 18 ... 1
Wabasrt , . 3 ... 1
Mo. Pacific it 4 ,
Union Paclfio $2 26 24
C. 4 N. W., east.. 4 it
C. N. W., west. .. 23 67
C. St. P. M. & O... 6 1
O. B. A Q., east.. 2 2 1
C. B. & Q.i west.. 27 40 1
C. R. I. & Pi, east.. 3 14 I ...
C. R. I. A P.. west. 1 ......
Illinois Central ... 1 4
Chi. Ot. West 4
Total receipts ..104 187 27 2
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co 601 2,011 SM
Swift & Co 47 3.116 720
Cudahy Pack. .Co. ... 6(i 3,886 1.076
Armour & Co 181 2,SM 1,564
J. W. Murphy 1,841
Lincoln. Pack. Co (
S. O. Pack. Co 18
Cudahy, K. C 163
Ben., Vansant & Lush 18 ,.
F. B. Lewis 33
J. B. Root A Co 6ii
Rotenstock Bros 143
F. Q. Kellogg . .....
Ellis & Co 1
Sullivan Bros 38 .....
Rothachlld ft Krebi.. 88
M. & K. Calf Co 64 .....
Huffman 15 .....
Banner Bros 40 .....
John Harvey 85
Jenson & Lungren ,. 74
Pat O'Day 1
Other buyer $55 3,653
Totals , 2,863 14,019 7,363
Cattle Receipts were of moderate propor
tions again today, about 2,800 head, and
composed vary largely of western rangers.
Very few cornfed cattle were offered, but
such as were here found a ready sale at
fully steady and tn some esses a little
stronger prices. There was also a better de
mand and a somewhat stronger market for
the western grass cattle, right good beeves
bringing $10,46 6 10.85, and desirable Mexi
cans Balling as high as $6.00.
There was a better demand and a stronger
market for cows and heifers. Supplies were
again very small and the demand particu
larly for the most desirable grades appears
to be broadening, veal calves, bulls, stsgs,
etc., were steady.
Recent rains have broadened the demand
for stockera and feeders, and although fresh
offerlnga were limited, the movement was a
little more actlvs than during the flrt half
of the week and dockers and feedirs of
all grades sold to better advantage.
Quotations on eattlai Good to choice
beeves, $12.50H.00; fair "to good beeves,
$11.6013.60; common to fair beeves, $9.60
11.00i good to oholce yearlings. $11,609
13.50; fair to tood yearlings, $11,608)12,601
common to fair yearlings, n.uusrn.og;
good to choice grass beeves, $10,25011.60:
fair to good grass beevs, 6.0036.60; com
mon to fair grass pet ve,' fS.oosp 7.76;. good
to choice heifers, 39,007810.00: good to
choloe cows, 38.00l. 00; fair to good eowa.
$7.oooi7.76; common to fair cows, ta.ooo
7.00; good to choice feeders, 18,0009. 00;
fair to good feeders, 67.00CP7.7B; common to
fair feeders. 68.00W6.T5i good te enoice
stockera, $7. 50ft 8.60; sleek heifers, $6. 68 9
7.50; stock cows, $S.5V7.oni siock calves,
$6.5009.00; veal calves, $6.1)0019.00; bulls,
stags, etc., 38.006H.80. .
Representatlva sales: 1
No. , Av, Pr. No, Av. Pr.
1. 780 $6 60 $6. .1065 10 86
41 8T 11 15 , - .-, ;y ', .
I STEERS AND HEIFERS.
21........ 666 6 00 546 6 36
2 ,638 8 60 10 700 E 85
2, 686 65 1.., 800 7 15
SOUTH DAKOTA MEXICANS.
123 steers.. 866 8 00
Mrs. B. MoFarland--NebrasUa.
1 steer. ... 490 86 23 fdr-strs. 833 f!
Hogs Hog were mostly steady with yes.
terday, Th tendency was a little weak
and some sales looked as much as 69 10c
lower, but on the bulk of the offering
there was no change In prices. Trad wa
not especially aotive and U was late before
the penp were completely cleaned. Most of
the sales vere made at Ji. vuiw Jb.uu, witn
a sprinkling of the best up to $15.80.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
16. .261 ... 14 60 65. .200 80 14 70
68. .266 140 14 71 68. ,237 110 14 10
64. .208 ... 14 88 4, .283 ... 14 10
88. .307 ... 14 16 90, .193 ... 16 00
80. .232 70 II 06 38. .200 160 15 10
61. .250 ... IS 15 64. .263 ... 15 20
68. .251 80 16 20 63. .223 10 15 25
160.175 160 16 50 72. .224 ... 16 80
Sheep The market fur fat Iambs was Just
a repetition or tin previous days or tns
week. Sellers made a strong protest against
the packers bearish program, but when
they finally cut loose It was at figures that
were from 15o to In meet oases 21c lower
than yesterday. One band of the best her
made $14.35, with the balance of the of
ferings selling around $14.25,' For the week
prices are 76u1.00 lower, current values
being the lowest of the season. Old sheep
were lacking and were quoted nominally
Feeder lambs were nearly steady at the
week's big half-dollar decline. No real
light feeders, such as have been selling at
$16.00 and batter, were here, but they were
quoted to $14.75. or better. Choice me
dium weights, which the talent was guess
ing to averaged around CI pounds, sold at
$14.60(3)14,66. while some in-betweens were
still unsold at noon. The trade Is anyway
half a dollar lower this week, and may be
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Axel Fars and wife fo Barker Co.,
v Thirty-fourth street, 16$ feet south
of Fort Omaha avenue, ' eaBt side,
40x120 $ 1
South Side Land Co. to Joseph Weiss
ct al, Twanty-sevenOi street, sixty
feet north ot B street, west side,
Dundee Realty Co. to William H.
Kearns, Fiftieth aveaue, seventy-five
feet south of Dodge street, west aide,
Emma Tulburt to Mattle Tulkurt, un
divided Intact. Decatur street, 300
feet west of .Thirty-eighth treet,
Bouth side, 130x160 3,000
Mattle Tulburt to Florsnee E. Harris
et al, Decatur street, 800 feet west
of Thirty-eighth street, louth lde, '
Henry Otto Sell to John Rybln, south
east corner Twenty-third and Spring
streets, 61x108 .. 1
Horace M. Hlgglns and wife to Ben
Handler, Decatur street, sixty feet
east of Twenty-eighth afreet, north
side. 60x127.6 600
Otto Dlckman to Emma C Dlckman,
Ninth street, 375 feet north of Spring
street, east side. 43x140 ?,500
Emily C. Dordstrom and husband to
Winter Bylea, northwest eorrior
Twenty-e;coDd and Wirt, streets,
84x124 , MOO
Nettle Herding and husband to Ben
jamin Stock, Nineteenth street, 240
feet nortM of Cnsrle street, west
side, 80x140 1
Chris Chrlstepsen and wit to Byron
Reed Co., Cuming street, 61.68 feet '
west of Twenty-fifth street, south
side, 3314x135 .,............ 1,600
Rnna Newman to the Byron Reed
Co., Cuming street, 382 feet west of
Twenty-fifth street, souths side, 33ft
xl3 ....... ....i. 1,788
Levi Benstetii and wife to the Byron -Reed
Co., Cuming street, 100 feet
west of Twenty-fifth street, south
aide, 33UX135 9,000
Oliver 8. Mason and wife to the Byron - -Reed
Co., southwest corner Twenty
fifth and. Cuming streets, 61.681
136 I 1,(00
Charles H. Deeter and wife to Im
manuel Deaconess Institute, Larl
more avenue, 191 feet west of. Thirty-fourth
street, south sldei 16x128. 1
Ernest Peter and ' wife to Charles
Mook,. Forty-fourth street, 106, feet
south of Hpauldlng street,- east aide.
40x130 . ; 1,700
Chester Sturtevant and wife to.Hascal
Segal. Thirty-sixth street, ninety
right feet south of Dodge street,
west lle, 20x12714 , . 4,750
Vlrden ('. Peckenpaugh and wife to
William G. Goodrich, Capitol avenue,
200 feet west of Fifty -first street,
north side, 60x135...... .....t.tt.M 1,000
as much as I5c lower on some of the
Quotations -on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to'eholc. $14.35014.85; lambs, fair to
good, $14,00011.26: lamb, cull. I II. 00 (v
14.00; lambs, feeder, $14.00(H4.76; year
lings, fair to choice, 19.60 fflO 50; yearlings,
feeders, $10.00010.60: wether, fair to
choice. $8.00tf 10.25; ewes, fair to choice,
$8.0096.00; ewes, culls nd feeders, 33. OOff
7.00; ewes, breeders, all ages, $7.50015.00.
No. Av. Pr.
7 Idaho ewes 101 $ o
35 Idaho wethers 1 to 10 3
237 Idaho feeder yearlings S 10 2)
47S Idaho feeder lambs...,. 63 14 30
684 Idaho lambs $ 14 60
116 natlv feeder ewes..,....,., 78 6 (0
76 native feeder ewes 63 6 00
14 native lambs 60 It 25
St. Louis Live Stock Market,
St. Leuls Aug, 1. Cattle Receipts, 4,400
head; market lower; natlv beef steers,
$7.6O013.6O; yearling steers and heifers,
$8.(0(113.60; rows, $6 00010.60; stockera
and feeders, $6.0099.60; prime southern
be-f steers, $8,00612.16; beef cows and
heifers, $.25(0'9.00; prime yearling steer
and heifers, $7.60$flO.OO; native calves,
$6. 00 $11. 00.
Hogs Receipt!". 6,700 head: market
strong; lights, $15.45(f 15 90; pigs. $10,609
15.00; mixed and butchers. $t5.50ifl64?0:
xood heavy, $16,954 16.05; bulk ot sales,
$15.500 16 95.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1.900 head;
sheep steady; lambs. 26c lower. Lambs,
$10.50 ISM; clipped ewes, $ 00ff8.0;
tanners, $4.004. 60; choppers. $6.0006.60.
Chicago Live Mock Market.
Chicago. Aug. 2. Cattle Receipts, 6.000;
market steady native beef cattle, $7 500
14 00: western steers, $8.15(fH1.40; noi krs
and feeders, $n 765f3.00; cows and heifers,
$t.30ffll 60; calves, $8.5013.00.
Hogs Receipts, 17.000 head: market
steady; bulk of sales. $16 10(6 16.15; light,
$14.70i3'16.15; mixed, $14.55 16.30; heavy,
$14.4016.30; rough, $14.40016.65; pigs,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 9.000; market
weak; wethers, $7.80010.66; ewes, $6,810
9.00; lambs, $9.50014,60.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kansas City, Aug. 1. Cattle Receipts, 6,-
000 head; market weak; prime fed steers,
$13 OOjfll.76; dressed beef steere, $10,006
11!. 75; western steers, $9.00013.00; cows,
$5.25i!f 9.26: heifers, $7.00 011.60; stockera
and feeders, $6.00010.00; bulls, $6.0097.60;
Hogs Receipts, 8,000 head; market
steady; bulk of sales, $15.00016.00; heavy,
$16.9016.16; packers and butchers, 916.40
016.O6; light, $14.9016.60; pigs, $10,000
Sheep and Lsmbs Receipts. 1,000 head;
market atesdy; lambs, $13.601 86; year
lings, $9.50911.00; wethers, $8.76010.00;
( off Market
New York, Aug. t.t-Ther was a little
more business In the market fer coffee fu.
turea hero today and price were steadier
with th close showing a net advance ot
1 to 6 points. March advanced from T.98n
to 8.05o and the market closed within 1
or 3 points of the best. Sales, 11,360 bags.
August, 7.72: September, 7.78o; October,
7.81c; November, 7.84c; December, 7.87o;
January, 7.92c; February, T.97c; March,
I. 02c; April, 8.07c; May, 8 llci June, 6.17c;
July, t.tlc. Spot, quiet; Rio Is, Viol Ban
to 4s. 10 He. Cost and freight offers Wsre
reported unchanged to f points higher with
4s ranging around f. 4506. 60c, London
credits. The official cables reported de
clines of 26 to ;qo rels in th Brastllan mar
kets. ' .
Sionx City Llv Stock Market.
Sloui City, Aug. 1. Cattl Relple, 600
head; market strong; beef steers, $7,000
18,60; fat eowe and heifer, $1.60011. 00
eanners, $6,0006.60: etoeksrs and feeders,
$1.1008.10; calves, $1,006 13.60; bulls,
ataga. etc., $6. 000$, 00; feeding cow and
Hog Receipts, 4,700 head: market
strong; light, $14.75011.11: mixed, $14,800
II. 10; heavy, $14. 6001$, 70; pigs, $18 600
1J.00; bulk of sales, 8U.711B.00.
Sheep No receipts.
Kew York General Market.
New Terk, Aug. l.-Buttar Firm; re
celpts, 1,186 tubs; creamery, higher than
at-o. iau sailnt j BHsmarir . axlraa 93
score), 40o; firsts, llQlltio; seconds, I? ft
ERgs 7rrgu1ai; Teeelpt, 14,711 eases:
fresh gathered extras, 11040c) extra firsts,
37 38c 1 firsts, 140 16a seeo'niU, 80013.
riggs aieaay) receipts, posaat imo,
fresh specials. HU0!lt4e: state, average
fouury ureisea, xipn; price unonsngcu.
. St. Joeuh Llii Stock. Market.
St'joieph. Aug,'"t Cattl Receipts. V
500 head: market weak! steers, $7. 76018. 5
cows and heifers, $5.60 011,361 oalves, $6.00
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; market
lower; top, $16.15; bulk of sales. 116,100
Sheeg and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 headt
market lower; lamb, I8.1O014.OO; owes,
. Metal Market. -'' '
New Tork, Aug. 2. Metal Lead quiet;
spot. $11.00 asked. Spelter steady; spot
East St. Louis delivery, $8.37 14 08.62
Copper firm; electrolytic, spot and nearby,
$29.00010.00, nominal; Soptember and fourth
quarter, I27.0028.00. Iron firm and un
changed. Tin firm; spot, $62.76 bid.
At London: Lead, spot, 80 10s; futures,
129 10s; spelter, spot, 64; future, 50; spot
copper, (131; futures, 124; electrolytic, 1137;
spot tin, 1847 10s; futures. 1141 10. t
Minneapolis GQiln Market.
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 3. Wheat Sop
tember, $2.82. Cash: No. 1 northern, $2.95f)i
3.00; N. i northern ,$2.9002.06; No. 2 hard
Corn No, 3 yellow, 33 2401 ?l,
Oats No. 8 white, 76076a.
Flour Unchanged. ' 1
Rye $1.0402 05.
Bran $31,50 036.00.
Kan City General Market.
Kansas City. Aug. 2. ButiT Unchanged,
Wheat No. 2 hard, $2.75 02.83; No, 2 red,
$2.6802.81, Closing wheat not quoted.
Corn No. 2 mixed, $2.26: No. 2 white,
$2.3608,87; No. 2 yellow, $2.2602.27; De
cember, 1.10Vi dPl.20 ; May, 81.1SH.
Oats No. 2 white, 78060c; No. 1 mixed,
76 0 76c.
New Tork. Aug. 2. Cotton Futures
opened steady; October, 24.80c; December,
24.62c; January, 24.46c; March, 2t.60o May,
Liverpool, Aug. 2. Cotton Spot, more
business, prices 30 points higher; Amerlran
middling fair, 20.09d; good middling. 19.66d;
middling, 19.35(1; low middling, lt.90d; good
ordinary, 17,95d; ordinary,, 17.46d; sales,
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruit.
New Tork, Aag. 2. Evaporated Apples
Quiet; fancy, 1212c; choice, Utt&iHiCj
prime, 10H 0104c
Dried Fruits Prune, steady; California,
lO012Ho; Oregons, 10'A&12c. Apricots,
quiet; fancy, 20c. Pcache. quiet; stand
ard. lOMc: choice, 10V4c; fancyt 12c.
Raisins, stesdy; loose muscatels, 79c;
choice to fancy seeded, 7 Vs t 1 'i c ; seedless,
9Vi10c; London layer;, 31.60.
New York Sugar Market,
New Tork, Aug. 2. Sugar Raw, firm;
centrifugal, 7.02c; molasses, 6.14c. Refined,
flm; fine granulated. 8.1508.60c. Futures
opened firm and active and at non prices
were 6 to 10 points higher on foreign
Closed steady and 3012 point higher;
sales. 31.900 tons: September, 6.99c; De
cember, 6.63c; January, 6.15c; March, 4. 92c.
Dry fJoods Market.
New Tork, Aug. 2. Dry Goods: Cotton
goods In the gray were easier today and
some recession was reported on brown
sheetings tor spot delivery, principally on
sales from second hands. Finished cottons
ruled firm. Men's wear lines, opened for
spring, showed advances ranging from 10
to 65 per cent above last year.
Turpentine and Rosin.
eQvaMnal. In, 9 Tt'r A, n t In n. market
firm, 871tc; sales, 333 barrels; receipts, 613
barrels; shipments, 7 barrels; stock, 29,224
x Rosin Market firm; sales, 1,133 barrels:
.....Ui. , ,1, 1.1,1b , rhlnmnla hhlw
I WIjOJLO, .,(1 UIB. , . I. " ', - - - ,
stock, 86,593 bbls. Quote: B.D.E.F.O, t0.16;
H, I, 35. 15;05.2O; K. $6.25; M, $6.66t.5.76;
N, $6.2006.25; WG, $6,6006.76; WW, $7.00.
- St. Louis Grain Market.
St. Louis, Aug. 2. Wheat No. S red,
$2.6002.661 No. 2 hard, nominal; Septem
Cora No. t. $2.32; No. t white, $3,820
116; September, 11.67: December, $1.19.
Oats No. I, 76Va077Vic; No. 2 white,
736V4c, -. ,, '
London Money Market. ,
Londop, Aug.. 1. Silver Bar, 40 Hd per
Money ( per cent.
Discount Rates Short bills, 4 64 per cent;
throe-month bills. 4 18-16 per cent.
New York Cotton.
New York, Aug. 2.--Cottoa futures closed
steady: October, 24.69c; December, 24.44c;
January, 2. 87c; March, 24.49e; May, 24,70c
Spot Quiet; middling, 2-.65c -
Despite Light Receipts and
Strong Prices Demand for
Wheat is Slow and the
Sales Are Few.
Omalis, August 2, 1917.
The demand for wheat ai extremely
dull today and. while arrivals were very
light and the market strong at a la to 2a
advance, only a few tales reported up to
a late hour. The trade In corn was very
low in getting started. the trader did
not get together very readily, but the mar
ket was strong, and there wa' a good In
quiry for this article at prices ruling from
lo to 3a higher than yesterday general run
Th better grades of while corn continued
to sell at premium prices, the No. 3 white
selling at $2 33, while the commercial gradoa
of yellow brought 12.1 ami $3.28Vi, and
the mixed ranged ill price from $3.37 to
The oats market was strong at a lo to
IVtc advance and there was a good demand
for this urtlcla at the prevailing market
prlcea. The No, 1 white grades ranged from
74a to 75c. No. 4 white eold generally at
72c, and sample while brought 6840 and
Rye nd barloy were quiet, wllh no ar
rivals, and these cereals were quoted nomi
Clearance were: Wheat mid flour-equal
to 180,000 bushels: oats. 1.4.000 tiuxhels.
Primary wheat receipts were miii.ohO bush
els, and shipment. 4-';!.0"'i ImihIi.-i.-. axutiist
receipts of l.PoO.OOO lui-hels, sud shipments
Of 991,000 bushels Inst year.
Primary corn receipts were S3S.000 bush
els, and shipments, 313. 000 bushels, against
receipts of 676,000 bushels, and shipments
of 436,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats recelpls of 606,000 bush
els, and shipments, 636,00') bushels, against
receipt of 164,000 bushels, snd shipment
ot 182,600 bushel last yenr
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicane .11 63 i
Minneapolis ..... 96 ... ,,,
Omaha 6 67 24
Kansaa City 166 16 .13
St. Louis 143 47 67
These sales were reported turiay:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 3 curs, $1.80.
No. 1 hard winter: 3-i car, $2.60. No. 4
hard winter: 1 car, $2.76. No. 1 erring:
1 er (northern), $1.80.
Rye No, 4: 3-6 cr. 91.76.
Corn No. ! white: I car, $3.33. No. 4
white: car, 18.98. No. I yellow: 2 cars,
li.llH; 1 car, 13.18. No, 1 mixed: 3 ears,
$2.87, No. mixed; 1 oar. 12.8m.
No. 4 mixed; 1 cars, $2.27, No, 6 mixed;
8-6 car, $2.17, Sample mixed: 1 car, $3.26,
Oats No, 3 while: I car, 75c; 1 4-6 cars,
7l'c; 1 car, 7ic No. 4 white: 5 cars,
72c. Sample while: 6 cars, 7Qc; 1 par
Omaha t.'ash Prices Wheat: No. S hard,
$2.7603.79, Corni No. 1 white, 13. 33H 08.33:
No, 3 white, $3.31$3.33; No. 4 white, $2.33
09.3m: No. 6 white, tl.smoi.st; No.
white, IS.3101.31H; N. 3 yellow." 1 8.37 M
01.31; No. 1 yellow, $1.1701.38; No. 4 yel
low, $3.1701.37Hi No. I yellow, $.tli
1.87; No. 6 yellow, $1.1101. 26H; No, 3
mixed, 13. 3701. 74: No. 1 mixed, $3.17
1.37H; No. 4 mixed, $.8U01.8?; No.. 8
mixed. $3.2601.37; No. 6 mixed, $3.261 C6
1.97. Data: No1. I white, 14 '!; standard,
74V(0746to; No. I white, 7474Hc; No, 4
white, 710730. Barley: Malting. $l.l6H.35j
No. 1 feed, $1.10tl.16. Rye: No, 8, tMliV
1.85; No. 8, $1.1101.93.
Local rang ot optional
Art. " I Open. I High. Low. Close. t.
whir- "" v "
Sept 2 19 2 2$ 219 2 25 lit
8ept 1 11 1 63 163 1 63 16'
Dee. 1 It 1 It 116 115 116
May 1 14 1 It lit 1 It lit
Sept t2H 62H 62U 62H 63
Dec. 63 63 63 63 61 H
wnicago rinsing prices, mrnisnea 'i n tie
by Logan Bryan, (took and grain broker,
tin ouuui amincnm street, uinansi
Art I Open. llnh. ' I Lnw.r difoyy ye.
Sept, 1 10 1 31 211 2 11 911
Dec. 1 16K 117 116 1 IT IfMi
May 1 14h 1 16K 118 1 16 J14
Sept. 69 Vs 60 tf. 606, 68
Deo. , 60 61 6B V. tl 696
Pork. . ;: v v.- V -,
Sept. 40J0 till 10 to 4110. 40 If
Lard, ' ' 1 I- . '.:,t-
Sept. , 11 TflT.lr! H 2! 87 trfWTrf
out. .ii.io: ii7t tl ad y jrg w U
sept, 11 itrt 19 1 t it il;'ftt'ii'
Oct. J 11 13 H- 28 80 81 88 M-tlff,! j
CHICAOO GRAIN ANU rBOTISlONS
Corn Rises In Value Owing to Scantiness of
liala In, Southwest.
Chicago, Aug. J. Corn ran up In value
today owing to disappointment over the
scantiness of rains In the southwest and to
urgency In industrial demand. The market
closed firm, lo to 2c net higher at $1.17S
to $l.I7i, Decembor, and $1.16. May.
Wheat finished strong, 19c up at $2.11,
September, Oats gained 11 a to e, and
provisions, 0o to 48u.
It was quickly apparent tn a majority
of corn trader that th relief which rain
had afforded to crop In the southwest and
elsewhere did not amount to nearly as much
a xpoted. Th result wa iirlstpt buy
ing mat in tns end caused sellers to be
come discouraged and made shorts more and
more anxious to cover as prices continued
to advance. Meanwhile distilleries and Other
large uaer of com wars competing sharply
for all the Immediate available supplies, No.
1 white, spot delivery, Jumped to 19.40 a
bushel, fresh high price rerord. This ad
vance counted as an evident stimulus to
the bull side of the market for futures, and
so too did weather forecasts that promised
no more than slight showers anywhere.
Wheat prices fluctuated widely on a lim
ited trade. Not wae taken et th fat that
primary receipts were less than a third of
the total at the corresponding time last
year, lly far the greater portion of th
day's advance, however, touk place in the
last few minutes of the session as a result
of little short covering when the market
was bare of offers.
Notwithstanding that the pats market was
easy during the first half of the day, ad
vances finally took place In response to th
strength of corn. Besides, Liverpool ad
vice were at hand that entente countries
were making liberal purchases of the new
Provision roi on account of bullish con
struction that some authorities placed on
the monthly report of warehouse stocks
here. Packers were said to have shared In
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 red,
nominal; No. 1 red, 12.52; No. 2 hard, 12.68;
No. I hard, 12.6$. Corn: No. 3 yellow, 12,32
01.14: No. I yellow, l3.33Vi02.lt; No. 4
yellow, nominal. Oats: No. 8 white, 78(31
7tvc! standard, 13093c. Ry: No. 1,
12.103.12. Barley, fl. 2601. 62. Feeds:
Timothy. $1.0007.60; clever, $11.00017.00.
Provisions: Pork. $41.10; lard, $21.80Ol,40;
Butter Steady; creamery, 36038c.
Eggs Receipt. 14,74i cuses: unchanged.
Potatoesj -Iiwer; receipts, 60 enrs; Vir
ginia, bbls., $2.9003.26; homo grown, $1,000
Poultry Alive, unsettled; fowls, lClSe;
OMAHA GENEU.V MARKET.
Butler Fresh, up to 8,000 lb,, UMio,
Eggs No. 1 fresh, (8.86 case; No, 1. $7.19
case; cracked, 17.06 case. It shipping by
freight, mark your B-L "Ref'gr frt."
- Cheese Fancy domestic, 45c; No. 1 do.
mestlo, 40e; block, 12o; twins, 26c; dauile,
25 He; triplets, 25Vio; Young A rtca, tie;
Blue Libel brick, 26c! Ilniburger, 20c; New
York whit, 23n; French Roquefort, 66o.
Beet Cuts Klhai No. 1, Zlo; No. 2, SOcf
No. 8, ISfte. Loins: No. 1, 37c; No. 2,
26c; No. 3, 16"':. Chucks: No. 1, lfC; No.'
2, 16e: No. 3, 13Vt. Rounds: No. 1, 20c;
No. 2, J9V4c; No. 3, 16,4o. Plate: , No. 1,
14V4c; No. 1, lSVic; No. 2, 12V4c
Poultry Broilers. IVi to 2 lb.., each.. 30c;
hens, 15Vic: old cocks and atag, 12c; tur
keys,, fat, 22c; old torn, 20c; ducks. F ,.F.
fat. 9c. "
Fish (per lb ) Catfish, 20c; halibut,
fresh, 19c; fresh frosen, 16c; black cod
aable fish, for steaks, ll'ic; fre&h salmon
(red and pink), small, 14c; large, 16c;
fresh white perch, dressed, 10c; fresh trout,
No. 1, any size.. 18c; fresh whltefleh (genu
ine Selkirk), large. 18c; medium, 15c; rock
bass, order size, 20c; fresh black bass, Order
else, 26c; medium, 22c; fresh croppies, 12
018c: fresh yellow plko, No., 1, 18c; fresh
pickerel, large dressed, 12c; round, 11c;
trash carp,-, dressed, 10c; fresh buffalo,
dressed, 12c- i.
Fruits Oranges, 288s, $24. boa, $3.76; 100.
216, 2508. 14.001 120, 1(0, 170, 200, $4.21.
Lemons, fancy 100, 160, 17.00; choice 300,
160, 16.60. Grapefruit, 86s, 14.75; 46s, 15.00;
64s, 18 60; 14s, 80s, ts. 16.00, Apricots,
crate, . $2.80. - Peaches, box, $1.61. Plums,
orate, $2.2502.40. Prunes, crate. $2.65.
Vegetables New potatoes, lb., 6c; cab
bage, lb... 4c; asparagus, doz., tuc; lettuce.,
head, crate, 12,20; doien, lOu: cucumbers,
basket, 11,75; tomatoes, orate, $1,70; onions,
Texas, crate, 11.76; wax. 12.28. red, lb., 2u.
Cantaloupes, standards, crate, II.HJ;
ponies, crate, $3.00, flat, crate, 21.60.
Watermelon. lb 8s, I " '
Sananaa, lb ttto,
NEW YORK STOCKS
"; "' "
Market Is Dull Because of
Weather Conditions, But
the Undertone Is
N,w York, Aug. 3. Adverse weather
conditions again accounted In large degree
for today' limited (took dealings, but the
mtrkel' undertone wa on of steady
strength, save for a few ipectaltlea whose
undertone course reeulted from (peclflii rea
sons. Steels, copper, leathers and oils com
prised fully 70 per cent of th day's opera
tions which so far ts they had ny Initia
tive, were directed against the eburls.
Untied Slates Steel recorded a gross
gain of 1H points at 136 and allied Issues
scored equal advances, but for the most
part these were shaded fractionally by
profit taking before (he end.
Central Leather wa active nd strong
throughout, rising tVt lo 96 Vi, and Hide and
Leather, preferred, roe 8V Texae Company
and Mexican Petroleum led th oils with
advances ot. IVt and 1 points, respectively.
Tidewater and Associated Oil galnglng 2a
Shippings ruled within narrow limits,
despite rrpnrt pointing to th forthcoming
"iinllnnnliiHtlon or federal regulation of
all vessels having American registry,
, industrial Alcohol wa most rratic of all
speHitJtlesi, rlalng and falling within a 3
toltit radius on rumor that the dividend
.Vm to be declared might prove disap
pointing. Dividend totalling 31 per rout
were declared after th close of the market.
People's Una made an abrupt decline at
tho Very close, losing 4 points st 7L Total
sale;) ninnusteri lo 360,000 shares.
Several favorable June reports of rail
road taming, th continued strength' ot
rubles, another large transfer of gold to
Japan and th Bank ot Kngland statement
disclosing a gold depreciation ot slightly
over $3,000,000 mado up the day con
flicting new developments.
Bonds were Irregular. Distiller 6 gain
ing 8i point and Liberty lit varying
from 11.16 tn 98.40, Total sale (par value)
United States bond (old Issues) were un.
changed on call.
Number ot sales snd quotation on lead
Sales. High. Low. CloeA
Am. Bet Sugar .. 600 93 93 93 4
Am. ("an 1,100 49 44 4S
Am, ST.. A F 400 78 tlH 79
Am, Locomotive . 400 78 73 73
Am. S. R 1,900 104VI 103 108
Am. Sugar Itef. .. 1.300 113 122 128
Am. T, A T, .... 8,700 119 1 17 J19
Am, Z. L, S. .. 100 84 11 84
Aanaconda Cop. . 9,300 78 77 77
Atchison 1,300 tt 19 19
A. O. A W. I. 8. 8 ..... 106
H. A O. , , 1100 69 69 89
11. ft M. Copper .. 100 37 17 17
fa), PelruleUm .. 100 20 It 16
Can, PacKlu ..... 600 161 161 HI
On. Leather .... 45,800 95 91 94
C. 6 O BOO 60 60 69
l M. & St. P. ,.. 100 19 69 69
C. A N, W , 10$
('. R. 1. A P, ctfs. l.tuO 14 34 91
Chlno Topper .... 8,to6 66 66 66
Colo. F. 1 10
Corn Prod. Ret,,, 1,400 36 14 14
Crucible Steel .... 12,100 83 81 33
Cuba Cane Sugar. 0t 40 96 99
Ulst, Beo 12,600 28 16 11
Brl 601) 96 ... 16 . 64
lieu. Klectrlo .... 800 158 164 114
General Motors .. 3,900 111 114 114
tit. No. pfd .'..... 104
tit. No. ore ctfs,. 2,800 24 83 33
Illinois Central-.- 0t
Inap. Copper .... 1,400 tl 16 87
Int. M. M. pfd .., 8,100 16 ,87 17
Int. Nlcksl 1,000 28 91 21
Int. Paper 94
K. C. Southern...'...., It
Kennecott Copper 1,100 44 43 48
L. A N 124
Maxwell Motors ,. 100 24 It .14
Mex,-Petroleum .. 1,100 17 16 -18
Miami Copper .... TOO 19 18 81
Mo. Pacific 1,300 22 21. 31
Mont,. Power .... 200 89 89 '69
Nevada; Cupper ,. 1,400 93 '38 21
N, V, Central ... loo 8'" MV
N. Yv N. H. 11. 200 86 4tV -
Nur. V west ,mn
No. Pacific , (00 101 101 4.01
Panlflo Mall , , 26
Pennsylvania .. .. ton (fv, 13 62
Pittsburgh, Coal ., 1,100 11 16 66
Ray Con, Copper .1,800 38 11 98
Reading ,. ...... 4.500 11 94'i 94
Rep. I. 8 10,10019 11 91
Hhattuck, Ar. Cop. 100 14 4 ' 84
So, psolflti 100 t. 94 94
ttoi -Railway .... too ITtV'JTIi , 2T
Studebnker Corp. M00 66 s 60
Texar-'Cn, 1,601) 111 '187'i90vJ
I'tllon Paolflo ... 100 191 185 136
ill. H, Ind. Aloohul 11,100 167 64 165
'W. , Hi.el ,100 llt 124 120
11, tl. Hieel pfd , 119
UUk Copper 1,600 101 101 106
Wahash pfd 'It' 16
West, I'liUm 1 1 . 17
Waal. Vleotrle ... 800 41 41 48
Total sale for the day, 360,000 shares.
- New York Money Market,
' New York, Aug. 2. Time Loan Firmer;
sixty days, 44 per cent; nimti. day
and six months, 4Qi4 per eeittr
Call Money Steady; highest, 8 per cent;
lowest, 3 per cent; ruling rate, 1 per Cent;
last loan. 3 per cent; closing bid. 2 per
cent: offered at 2 per cent.
,Prlmt Mercantile Paper 4 per cent.
rJlerllng Exchange Sixty-day bills,
$4.72; commercial sixty-day bills en banks,
$4.71 l commercial slxty-dsy bill, 14.71;
domain), 14.76 7-16; cables, $4.14.
Silver Bar, 80c; Mexican dollar, !2a,
Honds aovrnment, Jteady; railroad, ir
regular. U. 8. 2 reg.... 96 '4 Int. M. M. 6s... 8!
'V. S. 3s coupon. 6K. C, S. ref, l, 80
U. "B, la reg.... 09 L. ft N. Un, 4...9(i
O. B. 8 coupon. 99 M. K. ft T.lt4 8
U. S. 4 reg....l04V4Mo. Pac. gen. 4 69
U, H. 4 coupon. 104tMont. Power 6 94
Pan. -3 coupon, 65 N. Y. C. deb. fs.103
Am. F. Bsc. 6a. 96 No. Pac. 4s 87
A. T. ft T, clt, 6s 97 No. Pao. 8s.,,.. 63
Anglo-French Is. !3tO. S. L. ?f, 4s 88
Ar. ft Co. 4s.. 89 Pac. T. ft T. ts. 98
Alcfa. gen. is... KSii'P. con. t. 101
B. ft O. 4s 84 Pa. gen. 4.. 94
fen. Leather ts. 7Read. gen. 4s.. 80
Con. Pacific 1st 838.L.es.F.adJ. 6 60
C. A O. ev. Is.. 87So. Pao. ov. ts.. 98
C. B. ft Q. Jt. 4s 0(So. Pac. Tf, 4s.. 86
C M &H Pgen4s 93 So. Ry. 6s.. 98
C.R.I.&P, ref. 4s 70 T. ft Pao. 1st.. 93
'U. ft a. ret. 4s 79 Union Panlflo 4s 91
D.ftR.U. ref. 6s 67U. S. Rubber I. 84
I), ot C. ts 1131. 96 'Un. Pac. cv. 4s 88
Erie gen, 4 .... 60 U. B. Wtosl ta,..104
dsn. Bleo, ts... 100 Wabash 1st .,..100
Ot. No. 1st 4s 96West. Cn. t. 92
I. C. ref. 4s 84Bld. tOffered.
A Big Man
A Big Job
A well known auto distributor in conjunction
with the Redden Motor Truck Co., Inc.. are
about to launch the largest and most aggressive
truck sale campaign ever introduced in the
middle west, and require the services of an
energetic sales manager, one who can do big
things in a big way and build up a strong or
ganization of producers.
Truck experience is not absolutely, neces
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an organizer and hustler.
This is an unusual opportunity for the right
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TO NAME GENERALS
FOR GUARD CAMPS
Selection of Commanders for
Sixteen Training Points to ,
Be Completed This ;
(By Associated Press.)
Washington, Aug. 2. Appointment
of the general oflicers to command
the sixteen National Guard training
camps is the onjy step remaining to
be taken to get more than 300,000
men of this force in training for duty
in France. It was indicated today
that the appointments would be made!
during the week, as well as those of
all other general officers for the
guard. The nominations must ba
sent to the itnate.
The War department nude publia'
today a tletailcd statement of progress
being made with the preparation of
the sixteen camps. The camps at
Augusta, Oa,; Doming, N. M.; Mont
gomery, Ala.; Spartanburg, S. C, and
Waco, Tex., were to have been ready
today, but delays were encountered
and it will take another two weeks to
The troop called into the federal
tervice on July IS, including the New
York and Pennsylvania divisions
hive been assigned to these camps
nd will not be sent forward until
quarters arc ready for them.
rmr fnr the second suard Krour);
called out July 25, will be ready on
August IS and the quarters for the
third, or western group, will be ready,
The department is preparing rec
oinmendations lor the president as to
officers to command the cantonment
of the national army as well as then
of the guard camps.
Presumably the list of general ofli
cert, both tor the National Guard
and .the national army, win coinant
the names of the great majority, ill
not all, of the present general officer
of the guard.
Cummins Wants Action '
On Suffrage Amendment
Washington, Aug. 2. Scarcely
l.ad the senate tidded itself of the
troublesome prohibition amendment
today when the long dormant suf
frage amendment began to show
slgnt of life. . , ,
Senator Cummins gave notice that
he would call for action tomorrow
on his motion to take the suffrage
proposal out of the hands of the
tulfiage committee and bring it be
fore the senate. The announcement
was received in silence, but privately
there were predictions that any suclt
attempt would meet strong, opposi
tion. . ,.
Syracuse Man Wins Fifty- l?
' ,; Mile Bicycle Race
. NevYrt 'ffa., Aug, 2. Georgtv
Wiley of Syracuse won the fifty-mile
American motor-paced bicycle cham
pionship race last ntyht in.l hour, 11
minutes 29 seconds. Percy Law
rence of San Francisco took second
place " aad Clarence Cnwu of ,KW
York and Etnler. Co'm l Lyntytol
tawed. It uiii Wilev a race from tho
itart. i J .,
' l. J. l. J - .1) -J,i...ir4 i u ' ' i
115 Deaths From Heat : 1
, h New York in Single Day
v New Yorky Aug., 2,-JIeat claimed
th Uvea of US eenons in- Greater
NeV York yesterday while hundreds
of other were- prostrated. Thc ma-si-mum
temperature waa 98. '
. . I.n4 Pffls, Jteappulntnienls, .
WashltisjtoH, Alia.' .-HHpeetal Tlefrani )
Kill H. fluster was nominated by tl'iti
president today for receiver of publia money
t Hell Fouri'h and Kid ward M. fltiraher
rmlster of th land of flue at Gregory. 8. U.
Iluth these nomination ar reappointment;.
Haa n inUreat to erve hu
' that. of tb Investing puhlk.
T introdue our ThrieWlljr
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