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THE REE: 031 AH A. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. 191?.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Apt. 16. THE UINTAH. Park Ave. sad
Leavenworth, has five rooms and recep.
tlon hall, splendid location. In first class
condition. Will be readv September 1st.
14M and $47.50. -
PAYNE & SLATER CO., Realtors,
16 Dinah Nut. D.ink Bid. Pom. 1016.
-R. APARTMENT. Ji5; winter rate $35:
. steam heat. Others $18 and up G, P,
Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
ESTABROOK apt. or office facing loth St
$25 month. G. P. Stebblns, 110 Chicago.
FOR RENTBusiness Prop'ty
DESIRABLE stor room, modern front,
rrfwal celling, steam heat. 624-616 So.
16th t..i-else S3s90; can be subdivided;
low rent. Conrad . Young, S:'2 Brandeis
Theater Bhg. Dauglas 1671.
LOW-PHiCED nwdern offices, Farnam
Bldg-, 13th and" Fariiam, Cld First Nat.
FIRST TRUST CO", Tyler 500.
STOREROOM for-rent, sun Theater Bid.
WORLD REALTJ" COMPANY (Realtor)
Douglas, Mil', Sun Theater Bldg.
SMALL modern store room, steam heat,
1515 . Capitol Ave. Conrad Young, S2J
Brandels Theater. Douglas 1571.
MODERN, store lStH St., near postoftlce.
875. O. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
MODERN" store, 16th and 'Cass. Choice
location. G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
CHOICE office space. Baird- Bldg.. 17th and
. Douglas. McCagu Inv, Co.
WANTED TO REN17
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses.
ME want more houses and apartments to
rent.-. The fact that w ha-vs practically
cleared tip our big list la conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental service. If
you want to keep your 'place rented see
Payne Slater Co., Omaha Rental Men,
l'Omh Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 1016
Furnished Apartments ano Hotses.
ARMY officer wishes to rent well furnished
modern apartment or bungalow; one
i child; must be reasonable. Box 6735, Bee.
LIST your homes with us for rent. The
demand Is good and we have waiting
J.'VHTOTMONT CO. (Realtors).
41 KeeMne Bldg. Phone D.' 690.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Jacking, storage and moving
. T19 N. 11th St. Phone Doug-
y las 894.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
v STORAGE CO., ,-
Expert- services ; prompt attention. Your
moving,, our packing, your storage. .
Main Office, Central Furniture Store,
17th and Howard. Tel. Doug. 7785.
FIDELITY service FREE
Phone Douglas 2SS for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving,
' 16th and Jackson Sta.
. FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
- Separate locked 'rooms for ' housohold
goods and pianos;, moving, packing and
shipping,. -. v . .
OMAHA VAN AND STORA8E CO.,"
802 S. 16th. Dosglas 4168.
ijlobe.Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving-, packing and
storing, calf Tyler 7,30 or Douglas 4838.
J. C. REED
Express-CO:, Moving ,
Packing and Storace. .
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2748. Doug. 6146. ,
MONEY TO LOAN.
FURNITURE, pianos .a,ud notes ..as security
40, 6 mo.. H- goods,, total cost, I3..50, -840,
6 mo. endorsed notes, total cqst. 82.60
Smaller; large am'ts proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT -LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Rose Bldg. 16th and Farnam,. Ty. 666
LEGAL- RATES : "LOANS
821.00 13441.00 . ', or more.
Easy -payments. , . Utmost privacy,
140 Paxton Bldg. -Tel. Doug. 4296.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY. '
REAL ESTATE Investment
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AXD" .
SPECULATIVE-PROPERTY. . "
a. A.f P. TUKEy-.SON,
' ' REALTORS.
Q First National Bank Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages,
' -TO INVESTORS. . ...
.The best known, investment welr
selected ffrst mortgage on farm or city
We negotiate--'this cTass cf securities,
which., we of fer' for sale ' W net the in
vestor t and 6 par cent. ' .
B' -H.' LOU-GEE, INC., ; ' . - :
,$38 Keellne Jidg., pma,ha, -.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rate
5, 6V4 and. 6 per cent. Reasonably com-
mission. . . - '
' UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
812 South 17th. Omaha, Neb.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years. Interest, 5 per cent, 6
per cent and 4 per- cent; PETERS TRUST
CO.. 1682. Farnant im Omahey Neb.- ;
4, H. W. BINDER.
Monev on ha hfl vf dr: rilorf trace loan.
City National-Bank Bldg. '
FARM ahd"cIty'loauj, ' Hihr and 6 per-cent
W. H. . Thomas, elllmi Bldg.. Doug. ' 1648.
linn . . 1 A Ann Itilip .pntlu V tl
8100 to $10,000 MADE pr6mptly. F. D
Wead.Vead'Bldg,. ISth and Farnam St.9.
XO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS. "
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bld'a?.
SHQPEN oc CO., PRIVATE MONEY. :
loflou M?'GE,i betirlng' 6 pet. Bern! annually,
Kecured" by ""property valued at. 813,300.
; Talmage-Womls Inv-. Co., W. O. W; Bldg.
MONEY to loan 'on-mproved, farms and
ranches.. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
OMAHA HOMES. - EAST- NEB FARMS,
" O'KEEFE R. J!. CO., 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG, 312 Bran
del Theater Bldg. D. 65. -
'..MONEY HARUISON & -MORTON,
916 Omaha jNat; Bank Bldg. -
Om. .Nat. Bk. Bldg.
v IV li
Stock and Bonds.
. OIL STOCKS.
. A; L. WRIGHT.
Flatlron Hotel Doug. 8787
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
SMALL Nebraska farm o neasy payments
i acres up. We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford- Potato Growers'
association. 16th and Howard Sts.. Omaha.
Douglas 9371. '
HO ACRES Antelop county, all fine farm
land, all cultivated, poor buildings; 4
miles to town ; price only $5,200; easy
A. A. PATZMAN. 628 Securltle Bldg.
160 ACRES, all good farm land, fine bulld
ing. one-half mile to school, fine neigh
borhood,, close, to town. Prlc $95 per
cro; best of term.
A. A. PATZMAN. 628 Securltle Bldg.
SEE us for western Nebraska wheal lands
You will save money by buying; through
us. White & Hwover, Omaha Nat'l Bldg.
160 ACRES, Improved, two mile from
town; a bargain at $145. Write Box 206,
LIST your lands for quick result with C
J. Canan. 810 McCsgue Hldg., Omaha
f ARMING LAND jfl?)W OPEN
FOR SETTLEMENT IN
In 160, 820 and 640-acre tract; $7.60
to $20.00 per acre with ten years to pay
tor It. Along tbe Texas. Oklahoma &
Eastern Railroad. Soil that will grow
any seed to perfection that is planted.
Crop this year selling for from four
to seven times the cost of the land. In
five year time, this land will be worth
three t'me what you now pay for It.
Special excursion rates from all rail
road points, on . the tint and third
Tuesday of each- month.
- W H JONES
700 Gate. Building. Kama City, Mo.
. . OREGON.
1 The stock growing Industry Is Ideal In
the Jordan Valley Project, "Heart of
-the Range" 44,000 acres can be taken
in 40-acre unit.
Excellent grating land surrounding,
r Send for maps and particular,
i Excursion August tsth.
j HARLEY, J. HOOKER,
4 140 lt Nat'l Bk, Bldg., Omaha, Teb.
j FARM AND RANCH LANDS
6COD- corn land, east Texas, Hi aa acre.
Oat my free bock.
w. FRANK. S01 JievilU Block. Oraaht
FARM LAND WANTED
DON'T list your farm with u If you want
to tveep it.
Don't Hat your farm with u If you will
not sell at a BARGAIN .We have buyers
wno want to buy ana pay spot cash.
If )ou want their cash. list your farm
with ut at a price we can sell to them.
Douglas 71. . 1J S. lath St.
FARM LANDS FOR .RENT
I have 1,000 acres of food wheat land
I would una to rent, tp Kimball county,
J. H. James, Bushntn, Neb. v
Large living room, dining room, break,
fast room and kitchen on first floor; three
bedrooms and b&tb on second floor; oak
finish and oak floors; built-in; table and
seata In breakfast room; fireplace; built-in
bookcases and buffet; all 14, -In. slab
doors: tile bath room; south front lot (Ox
140; paved street; well located. Price
"right. , ' .
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. 1001. (Jround Floor McCagu Bldg.
OWNER LEAVING CITY
Carpenter leaving city and will sell his
. beautiful six-room, modern home; buffet,
fireplace, special plumbing, etc., choice
oak finish, screened porch, corner lot wltth
i magnificent view, one and one-half blocks
to car. This is. located In one of the new
additions, northwest,. It sure Is a quality
home.' . n , '
OSB0RNE ' REALTY . CO.,
701 pm.Nkt. Bank Bldg. Tyler. 486.
West Farnam, District
Residence, seven-rooms, . three on first
floor oak. four on second white enamel,
hat water heat, tiled veetllule and bath.
Reasonable terms If desired.
SOS Farnam Bldg
A REAL BARGAIN,
ONLY $300 DOWN
Full two story lx-room, strictly modern
home, choice comer lot, good barn, flmS
shade trees, l'i block to Benson and Deaf
Institute car lines. Frlce for quick sale Is
only-. 3,ioi'. ,
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
lot Om. Nat. Bank Blg. Tyler, 488.
BARGAIN V "
Large living ;coom,, dining room, sun
room and kitchen on first floor; three bed
rooms and bath on second floor; built-in
bookcases, French doors between dining
room and, sunroom.. oak finish and oak
floors, guaranteed furnace, large south
iron i iox, pavea treei. rfxic ,zou.
Dong... 1009. Grouad Floor McCagu Bldg.
OWNER LEAVING CITY
PRICE ONLY $3,550
One . of ' the . finest modern homes In
the city for the price, six large room and
Sleeping porch, oak f iitliH," trfctl y modern
lit every detail. Built by owner for horn
three year ago. about 81,200 to handle.
Let 80x132 and an east front. Let Us Short
you this snap. . V
OSBORNE REALTY CO., "
701 Om, Nat. BankBldg, Tyler 4J
" B!RAND NEW BUNGALOW
'6'rooms with stairway to floored attic,
oak finish-In - living , room, beautifully
dacora-ted, full-cement -basement, furnace,
all modern In every detail, ', large porch,
xtenlor tram and ituceo, located high
- and sightly ; Jut- one , Woe-' west Fon
tenelle Blv.d. 'Close to aiihobl; Price, 8 3,800,
8100 down,. Balkn'iA, terras.-
" C. G. CARLBERG.
81-0-818 -BrTid.el- Theater Bldg.
MILLER PARK &UNGA-LOW-PRICE
Ftvafnlca room and bathr strictly mod
er. ak finish -nicely -decorated, book
'case.' flreplao, -cKlnai cabinet full cement
basement, lot 42 4x130, two block to car.
parka, one WoHt-to- school.
GSBORNSf"R$:-ALT,T ' CO,,
"T01 toAL-TSa. hk "B)4g( v Tyler,4
NEAR 2th and' Catadeh' Av,, "5-r., Btrlctly
.modern. '.to: 'flnft-repair, lot"80xl28, tin
: lawn, shade and fruit trees; a real home
' for $2, SCOT easn of term to ult; ' .
- RASP BROS,, 810 Keelln Bldg.
MINNE LUSA Nloe lot on Titu Av., near
. 24th St. Can be bought at a bargain.
' This lot" must be sold. See me ' dutok.
C. A. Orimmel. 849 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
South. - r
7 ' BUNGALOW . -
We are building arciafsy-S-room bun-
g-alow" In -Leavenworth '-Weights, on con
tract made befor ' the big advance In
- building material. Prle oomplot I3.8&0
if old pon. Will rnak Urm. .'
Benson & Carmichaet Rea,ltors,
' 642 Paxton Block. -
- - "Douglas- .1723,- -: ,
ONE 5-room and one 4-roorn cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition: live) In one nd
rent the other. .Price for hoth, $2,750.
Very easy term. No. .233 8.' 30th St,
400 Bee Bldg. Phone, Dougla 4270.
' SOLD FOR $4,200.
Six-room modern home, oak finish and
oak floors downstairs; full lot; good loca
tion; bet reason for selling; easiest
F. D. WEAD. 810 S. I8th St.
R. S. TRUMBULL,
1305 1st Nat.. Bk. Bldg. . D- 173.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
Real Kb tat nd Insurance,
1320 Farnam St. Doug. 1084.
REAL ESTATE B'ne Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF, Realtor. Ware Blk. Spoiallt
In downtown business property,
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
Fine 7-Room v
All Modem Home
For Dakota Land .
Owner want quarter section Of raw
Dakota land as part payment on fin home
(built 6 years). Full south front lot.
Barnh,He ask $3,750 for the property and
It I a bargain.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. (Realtors)
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 50.
SHEKI1MN. Dawes. Rock nd Dundy Co.,
Improved ranches, clear, for al or x-
8. S. R. E. MONTGOMERY.
Dougla 4810. 527 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
SlOD. 8-room clear home, well locateX
Exch. for 5-room house. Will sacrifice.
Widow alone. Call Harney 1574 any day
from 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. ;
$60 AN acre buy 130-acr farm It mile
from Omaha. Inquire 432 Ramge Blk. Tel
rviug 4212. R'denc phone Doug, 6778
YORK county, Kansas, land to exchange for
hardware Arkansuw land and cash for
stock of goods. 708 South 87th St.
INVESTIGATE .my ysi.rn; Omaha Really
Trading Co.. 18 Patterson Blk. Tyler $55.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved.
IF you want to buy or sell acreage. Tele
phone Dougla (l and uk lor H, H.
Harper 4 Co.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved. i
AFTER looking at WINNE LUSA 800 dif
ferent buyer decided that It w the bejl
proposition on the market and they
barked their judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why tbe other are buvi-.ig.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO,
T48 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
41x118, east front, permanent walks,
sewer and ctty water; t50, ISO caeh.'bal,
no tio a month. Located on 15J 3t.,
on block from Hanscom 'park ear tint,
between Frederick and Spring Sts.
C G. CARLBERG,
810-818 Brandels Theater Bldg,
SUBURBAN acre.se as low a, 87t an
cm. Phone Douglas !S. H. H. Harper
A Co.. 1018-14 City National Bank Butld
lng, Sixteenth and Harney, '
BEAUTIFUL SO-foot lot. Prlc 1820. only
18 eash and 50 cent per week. Pout. 330a
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
(6,000 second mortgage t pet. Secured on
one; apartment, will give good discount
For further Information call at 822 Neville
DUNDEE BARGAIN !
$300 DOWN AND BALANCE
Six room, full two-story house. Living
ruum, uinina login ana Kiioaen on iirst
. floor. Finished In oak. Three nice Bed
rooms and bath on second .floor. Large
lot. Paved street. Owner has authorized
us to sell It at 14250 oh easy payments.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
(3T Omaha Nat' I Bank Bldg.
0 rooms, lea than two years old, with
sun room, living room, dining room,
kitchen and den on the first floor; four
nice bedroom on 2d floor; all oak finish
and nicely decorated; full lot, with gar.
age- and driveway. Extra good value In
GLOVER. & SPAIN
Dougla M6l: HI-10 City Nat. B,k. Bldg
Well iooated lot on easy terms. 'Mod
ern, attractive homes. Before buying b
ur and - -
GEORGE & CO. '
HOMES and home sites In Dundee,
SHU Lam & VARY.' 804 Keellne. D. 6074.
i Chicken Ranch ..
-r,-:.:' c - -Left -
And this will surely suit yen.
Located at 7th and Wirt , ptp. New 3
rtom house, large porch, closet, psntry.
full foundation; cellar .under all of house
(outside- eelhirway). Large tioultry house
built according to-government plan. Half
screof ground. Adjoining, lota can be
leaked for garden purposes. Price, $1,6(0.
$50 dft'sh, $17.60 at month. '
HASTINGS & HEYDEN; (Realtors)
1614 Jfarney St,,- Phoije.Tyler iq. '
I i acre
acres 5 Acres,
IS acres 20 acres.
3(3 acres 35 acres.
If you are in th market for desirable
acreage West of Dundee, call or write
H. H, Harper A Co., 1018-14 City National
Bank Building, Sixteenth and . Harney.
Telephone, Dougla 2085 or Sunday Wal
nut 1666. '
. t ' ; --" -' - - .
SIX ACRES, west of Dundee, with large,
beautiful shad trees, farm house, large
barn -and deep well. This would make
an ldaal pot for a fin country home. It
Is on a main road leading Into the city
Yoit could rent this place until you were
ready to build your country home, tfall
or write H. H. Harper & Co., 1013-14
City National Bank Building, Sixteenth
' and Harney, Telephon. Dougla 2596
or Sunday Walnut 1656.
H. H. HARPER A CO. Headquarters for
Acreage. 1018-14 City National Bank
Building, ltb and Harney. Telephone,
Douglas 8N96, -
TEN ACRES, high and sightly,, west of
Dundee; with large grove of shade trees,
about five acre In bearing orchard and
grape. Five-room hoase. barn, and
other Improvement. If you are on the
market for acreage, call -or writ,. H. H.
Htrpar A Co., 1011-14 X'fty National Bank
Building. Sixteenth and Harney. Tele
phohe Dougla 269$ or Sunday Walnut
ABOUT one acre on paved road. Telephone
Dougla 259$ or Sunday Walnut 1556.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE have several good reliable buyers fdr
6. and 6-room houses and bungalows with
$200 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co., TylW 4$8. 701 Omaha . Nat- Bahft
Bldg. . '
LISTING houses to rent or sell on ronll cash
payments;' have' parties waning. Western
Real' Estate. 418'Karbach Blk. D. 3607.
IF yOu want- quick melton- on- your prop.
rty. list ft with me. - '
. LUNP,' 420' ROSE- BLPG.t - TYLER 753,
WISH to; buy-1 tci I flve'room ottage tal
csh; whl cohBfder house needing , re
pair. Box 4614,-Be.
WE have. a customer . for a handsome, brick
resldeoca . th ae(ralu .: district.,, F. p.
Woafl. - JlO. S. 18th SC
ARNDT, & TAYLOR can assist you. L825
Laira .a w.eoster, zya-; ,..-. -.
LET us sell or rent youi . nrqtoerty. Tern
pletou.01aviii Co.. 601 Qee Bldg. Tyler 2010
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Augustus A. .Myer and wife to Eliza
beth. A; Olsen,- Lothrop street. '80
feet east o Thirty-seyenth street,
.south aide 40x110 $ 1
Mary E. Anderson to Frank Benak.
Thirteenth etreet, 40.4 feet south of
O street, west side, 40x110 ...... ... . 350
Joseph Bark', trustee, to James
8trnad, Fourteenth jvenue, 240 .feet
north of. Fowler avenue, west , side,
80x142 r... 890
Alice M. Vance to L. L. E. Stewart,
' Twenty-eighth avenue, 93 feet south
of Spauldlng atreet, east side, 32x
William J. Parrott to Ottilia Maezu
rat, T street, 200 fee east of Thirty-eighth
treet, outh lde,. 50x
120 i 1.700
Melville S. Sturgeon to Axel Meyer,
southeast corner Twenty-fifth and
Grant street. 80x96 2,000
Willi Realty company to R. E. Krlm
lof ski, 'Victor avenue, 183 feet weal
of Sixteenth street, north side, 40r
Mel. Uhl, Jr.. and wife to Jennie M.
Finney, Davenport street, 100 feet
eaat of Fifty-second street, south
tde, 60x135 6,000
Howard C. Wellwood and wife to Leon
8tuber, Evan tret, 130 feet wet
of Eighteenth street, south side, 40x
New Tork Metal Market.
Kw Tnrk. Ant. 28. The metal exchanee
quotes lead eaey; spot, $10.37 1 (i 10.76 ;
spelter easy; spot. East St Louis delivery.
Corner Market, quiet: electrolytic, spot
and nearby, nominal; September and fourth
Iron Market firm and unchanged.
Metal exchange quotes tin steady; spot.
At London: Lead Spot 30, 10s; futures.
(29, 10; spelter, spot, 64; futures, f60.
At London: Copper: Spot .120; futures,
111 10s; electrolytic, 137. Tin: Spot, 241
10s; futures, 231 Us.
St. Joseph Live Mock Market.
St Joseph, Mo., Aug, 28. Cattle Re-
ceipU, 1,000 Lead; market strong; steers,
$8.00014.00; cow and heifers, $6.50013.00;
Hogs Receipts, 4,000 bead; market
higher; top, $18.00; bulk of sales. $17,260
17.70; heavy packers, $16.25916.75; mixed
Sheep and Lame Receipts. J.zuo tveaa;
market steady; lambs, $10.0001$. 65; ewes,
New York Sugar Market.
New Tork, Aug. 28. Sugar Raw: market
nominal: centrifugal, 7.40c; molasses. 6.52c;
refined, unsettled; cuUloaf, t.$0c; crushed,
$.66e; mould "A", 6.80c; cubes, 8.160.25c;
XXXX powdered, 8.60 08.70c: powdered,
6.66 0 3.700; fin granulated, 8.4008.60c; dia
mond A, 8.40o ; confectioners "A", 8.300
6.50c; No. t, 8.1008.35c
Demand Strong: for Beef Steers
and Grassfeds Bring Higher
Prices; Hogs Are
Omaha, August 28, 1117,
Receipt wers: Caul Hos Sheep
Official Monday 16.441 8,888 11.081
Estimate Tuesday .... 8,000 1,700 18.000
Two ds this wk.. 21.441 5.03 40.
S.ime data last wk.. 30.487 10,88$ 96.
Sam? days J wks. ago. 15.237 $ 488 17,
same days 3 wk. ago.12.sT3 14.S76 14
Samo days 4 wk. ago. 16.615 lt.7t 3$,
Same days last year.. 31. 683 10.621 (4,
Rc-c?!pts and disposition of live stock
the Union stock yards, Omaha. Neb.,
twenty-four hqur ending at 1 o'clock
m . yesterday:
. Cattle. Hog Sheep. R'r's.
Missouri Paclflo 1 ..."
Utlon Pacific .... 51
C A N. W., east., 8
C. N. W. west.. 108
c, st. p, m; O.. 1
C, R. 'St Q., east
C, B A vj weet..l6J
C, R I. A P., east 2
K I 4t P., west . . .
Total receipts ..321
85 6 1
Morri ft C.
Swift & Co.
cudahy Pack. Co.
Armour A Co. ...
J W. Mumhv ...
Lincoln Pack. Co ... 23
S O Pack. Co. . 8
Si Clair Pack. Co.. 1 .....
Cudahy. K. C 8
WT B Vansant Co... . 131
Benton, Vansant A L. 107 .....
Hill & Son 808
F B Lewis 454 ,.
Huston A Co 18
J. B. Root & Co..... 47
J..H Bulla 1SS
Rothschild & Krebs.. 25 .... ....
M. A K. Calf Co 11
Wertheimer & Degon 167
Sullivan Bros t
Rothschild & Kreks.. 25
M. & K. C Calf Co... 11
Huffman . 8
Rolh 16 i.'.,
Olansberg ...... 6 ,
Baker, Jones & Smith 42 ',
Banner Bros 13S
John Harvey .'. 329 ..
Dennis & Francis ... 15 . .'
Kllno 13 ...
Jensen & Lungren .. 182
Other buyers 1,508 1 6. f 4 5
Total ...... 12,71? 8.574 18.858
Cattle Receipts of eattl wer fairly
liberal again today, about 8,000 head, mak
ing nearly 25,000 for the two day. Demand
wa very urgent from both packer and
hipping buyer for the beef steer and
while there were no corn fed of any conse
quence her a bunch of prime native cattle
would undoubtedly bring close to $16.76.
Thrro wore no such choice grass beeves on
sale as the cattle that brought $13.60
Monday, but anything at all useful In the
way of beef found a ready sale at prices
anywhere from 10c to 25o higher.
- Cow and heifer were also In actlv re
quest and pretty close, to 38o higher than
Monday on in average. Veal calves wer
quotalijy steady, but ther wa a better de
mand and stronger market for bulla, stag,
Mor life and itrength featured the trade
In stock cattle and feeding cteer. Country
demand wa broader and the decent offer-
kng changed hands readily at price any
wttvri iron, ,uu iv luu uigiiv, ,wn-
Quotations on rattle) Good ta choir
beeves, $12.50916.56; fair to good beeves
113.25(313 26; common to fair beeves. $9.00
019.00; good to choice yearling, $18,769
13.71; fair to good yearling. $11.80011.(0:
common to fair yearling. $9.00fl)ll.0(i; good
to cholc grass beeves, $11.08011.80; fair
to good grass bseve. $8.00010.00; common
to fair grass beeves, $7.6003.78; good to
cholc heifers, $7.500$. 00; good to choice
cows. $7.85S25; fair to good cows, $8.60
f?7.00, common to fair cow, $6.0004.60;
prime feeders, $$.50011.00; good to. choice,
feeders. ts.0SS9.00; fair to good feeder.
JO.TuiJj 7.7: common to fair feeder, $5.50
6. SO; good to cholc stockers, $7.6008.60;
stock heifers, $6 6008.00; stork cow, $8.00
$7.50; stock calve, $6.6009.00; veal
calve. $8.00011.00; bull, (tags, etc, $5.76
No. A. Pr. No.
2 675 $6 00 t
...... 620 $6 75
734 T 18
,1104 1 60
1064 10 00
1111 10 16
861 18 00
8 S21 7 00 T.
60 905 8 24 11.
10. ,....,.1000 9 85 60.
13 1095 10 10 48.
20 1304 11 25 40.
C. A Hctschew Wyoming
15 steer..' 131 8 25
W A. Roberts Wyoming.
33 steers. .1173 11 60 '
. Charles Tompkln Montana.
16 steers.. 1071 10 25
OA Mitchell Wyoming.
11 steers.. 1063' 150 1 cows..., 668 f 10
O. N. Meserv Wyoming.
7 cows.... 950 7 75 8 cow 871 110
' R. C. Ramun Wyoming.
lstssrs.,1016 8 10 4 cows. . ..1037 $71
Floyd Hsrpr Wyoming,
7 steers.. 877 8 80
G A. Mitchell Wyomfng.
25 steers.. 1176 11 80
F. Clabaugh Wyoming
Scows.... 936 7 25 34 steers. .1089 10 76
Bruce Hodge Wyoming.
25 cows... . 1063 7 60
William Heinrich Montana
88 steers.. 1361 18 60 16 cows. . ..1035 1 00
Q. W. Grant Nebraska.
$ feeders.. 960 8 36 ISstckr. 70T T 10
Henry Doug) A Son South Dakota.
41 (tears. , 644 8 60
1 O. Oallogly Nebraska.
4 calv. . 221 8 50 lrlves.. 811 $ 10
W. S. Redman Nebraska
'6 steer. .1006 6 60
N P. Brynoff & G. C Luk Nebraska,
1! feeders.. 713 6 80
Argall' Warren Nebraska,
ll tckr;. 678. . 6 80 '
Wi J, Maiden Nebraska
17stckra.. 844 7 25- i. -
: A S; .Winglrd South Dakota.
Hftckrs",, $5 78
. American Cattl Co. Wyoming.
19 steer.. 606 10 60
R. Tanturn Wyoming.
18 steer.. 1166 11 00
i M. O A C. L. Slsyter Nebraska
65 steers.. 760 7 40
8 steers. ;1024 7 76 6 eows. . ..1074 8 40
8 cows. ...1047 6 75 3 feeders. 640 7 00
24 cows... 914 6 50 25 feeder. 886 I 60
!6ter..'8-88 9 10 " lcalf.;... 140 U 00
16 steers.. 1010 8 60 4 cows.... 857 S tO
4 steer.. 1240 11 50 I
Hogs There was another light run of
bogs here today and peices continued to
advance, both shippers and packer buying
their droves at figures that were 16026c
higher than yesterday. The market was
moro active than It ha been, and prac
tically everything - wa cleaned up by 10
o'clock. Bulk of the offerings sold around
t;16.76 17 00, and top rnached $17.60.
Sheep Although thure was another pretty
good run' her today, feeder buyer wer
out early and by the middle of th morn
ing had bought quit a few of the lighter
lamb at price that were a much a 160
35o higher. Several toads, weighing around
sixty pounds, brought $17.25, equaling the
high mark of two year ago. No fat lamb
had sold,' but It was expected that they
would show some kind of an advance.
Sheep -were strong, packers paying $10.35
for pretty good ewes.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av.
24. .168 ... 16 70 78. .196
160 16 76
... 16 8n
160 16 96
ifo 17 10
120 17 60
... 16 60
66. .231 40 16 80 69. .242
56. .246 80 16 90 66. .271
24. .327 ... 17 oo 83. .217
54. .311 ... 17 35 83. .229
32.. 68 ... 14 00
33. .140 ... 16 00
Quotations sheep and lambs: Lamb, fair
to choice. $16.60017.16; lambs, culls, $14.00
016.761 ls"mbi, feeders, $16.50017.86; yesr
lings. fair to choice, $10.60012.00; year
lings, feeder, $11.00012.60; wether fair to
choiee $10.50011.60; ewes, fair to cholc,
$0.60(6110.50; ewes, cull and feeders, $6.00
09.60; ewes, breeders, all age, 810.0UW
No. Av. Pr.
700 Nevada feeder lamb 68 $17 10
647 Idaho feeder lamb l 16 76
884 Nevada breeding ewe 97 12 60
146 Nevada lamb 69 16 '
101 native lambs 70 18 66
345 Idaho feeding lambs...... (7 16 90
96 Idaho feeding ewe ut I'l id
841 (daho wether Ill 11 16
Minneapolis Grain Market
MlnneApolls, Minn., Aug. 28. Flour Un
Barley 98c fi-$ 1.18.
$3.17. Cash: No- 1
No. 2 northern, $2.80
&2.25; No. 4 northern,
hard. Montana, $2.16.
$2.1001,16; No. 2
Corn No. 1 yellow. $1.88 01.80.
Oats No. 1 white, 534i,053Ua
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Arrivals of All Cereals Light on
Local Market; Trading: Dull.
With Slight Change
Omaha, August 18. 1917.
Arrival ef all cereal wer much lighter
today only lhty.lx car being reported In
th local market Of the seven wer
wheat and th demand for thi cereal poor.
Quotation wr not much changed from
yesterday' price. Th No. 6 hard winter
old at $3.41 and th No. 4 red soring t
$3.21. A very tew sales wer made up to
Trade In cqrn wa very slow and only t
moderate demand for this kind of grain
was evident, at quotations ranging from to
to IHo higher. Th bulk of the salr wtr
mad generally at a to sdvance. The whit
corn wa shown preference today and sales
of th No. 1 wer mad at 31 88 premium
ef 1c over th yellow of the same grade
which nld t 31 86. Sale of No. 1 mlxsd
ranged from $1.76 to $1.86. th higher sales
being cars of high colored corn.
The oat market wa also -very alow and
trading wn almost confined to the stand
ard and No. 1 grade, the etandard (riling
at 68o and the No. 1 white at 54 Ho and
14Hc, an advance of 1s to mc higher.
Ther were no receipts of rye, hut two
car of No, 2 which were carried over, sold
at $1.67 and prices on this cereal were
quoted from 8c to 3o lower (
Recetpts of barley were tour cars, but not
one was -sold, th market being quoted un
changed. Clea-anoe were: Wheat and flour eqnRl
to 18 7,uu du. : corn, non; oats, sus.noo bu.
Primary wheat receipt were 708,000 bu,
and shipment 438,000 bu. atnt receipts
of 1,106,000 bu. and shipments of 1.640,000
bu. last year.
Primary corn receipt wr 344.000 bu.
and shlnmnt 191.000 bu , agalnat receipts
of 671,000 bu. and shipments of SSl.OOo bu.
Primary oat receipt wr 1,804.000 bu.
and ahlpment 163.000 bu.. (gainst receipts
of 2.51M00 b. and ahlpment of 1.064,000 bu.
last year. ,
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chlcsgo 173 119
Minneapolis , 226 ...
Kansas Ctty 79
St. Louis 98
This sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 6 hard winter: t car, $1.43;
1 car (mixed). $2.21. No. 4 spring: 1 car,
(red), $2.11. Sample spring: 1 cur (red),
Rye No. 3: 1 rars. $1.67.
Corn No. 3 white: 6 cars, $1.8J. No. I
yellow: 3 cars, $1.6. No. 8 yellow, 8 1$ cars,
$1.86; No. 1 mixed: 1 car (near white),
11.86; 1 car (near yellow), $1.80; 1 ear 6(
per cent color), $1.78; 6 car. $1.76. No. I
mixed: 1 car, $1.76: 6 ears, $1 76. No. 4
mixed: 1 oars, $1.74. No. 0 mixed; 1-6 car,
Oats Standard: 1 car, 65c: No. 3 white.
1 car, He; 7 cars, 64 He Sample white:
1 car, 63c.
Omaha Cash Price Wheat No. 1 hard.
$2.8703.43: No. 1 hard, $J.52.42. Corn:
No. 1 white. $1.87H0188; No. 3 white,
$1.8701-8744; No. 2 yellow, 4I.S5S, Wl.Sii;
No. 1 yellow, $1.85U 01.861. ; No. 1 mixed.
$1.75t,iftU.76; No. 1 mixed, $1.7614 01.76.
Oati: No. 1 whit. 6506SHc; standard. 6441
0 56c; No. 1 white, 54H 06444c. Barley:
Malting. $1.1701.11; No. 1 feed, 99c0$l,O.
Rye: No. I, $1.6801.67 No. 8, $1.6601.66.
Local ran" of options (
Art Open. High. Low. Close. 1 Ye
Rap. J 10 i 10 220 1 10 320
Deo 1 06 1 06 106 1 06 106
May 1 06 X 04 104 1 04 104
Sep. 65 65 I 58 18 58
Dee, 86H 66Vj 6644 16tt 66V.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Corn Resists Selling Prrunret Wheat
Trader Wait Government Announcement,
Chicago, Aug. 18. Throuith most of the
session todsy corn prices resisted pressure
tnd remained wall tow 1 the top offer
ing being absorbed without difficulty.
Shortly befor the close a sailing wave ap
peared, Influenced by report of operations
along th Italian front construed as Indica
tive of th possible evacuation of Trieste
by the Austrian. The eloea wus weak,
lo to 1 Vi o lower with December at $1.07 H
to $401. and Msy at $1.05 Vi to 1.05 46. Oats
followed th trend of corn and finished Vi
to H-oent lower. Cash wheat was 8o to 10c
lower. Provisions advanced th increase be
ing 10a to 90a
Colder weathnr.itn the northwest wrllf a
light frost reported is far south ss northern
Iowa, gave- strength to the opening .trHdi
In corn. Incrsnsed offerings took th rdi)e
edge off (h .market. Tho supplies wt-re!
absorbed nearly a rapidly as they
were put-out and through much of the
session gain and recerslons about balanced
each other. With th everscs report, word
of purchases of Argentine corn at prices re
garded as moderate was received and also
tended to weakeA th msrket. Th closs
was not far from th low point
Oats stubbornly resltd celling pressure
through moat of th session, offerings be.
Ing absorbed readily and prices averaging
abov th opening figure. Toward th end
they weakened with corn on heavy selling
by local holders. Ths break was less ex
tsntiv than In th campanlon grain and
strong undertone bolstered up by light
country arrivals, wa observed.
The cash wheat traders awnlted announce
mnt of th wheat price to be fixed by the
government. Primary receipt and ship,
msent were small ai compared with a year
ProvUon wer In .demand and trad In
lard w a factor frhm th trt Packer
wr credited with buying quantities of lard
and demand from commission houses was
evldsnt through the llt Hlghr price for
llv hogs together with mall run helped the
Corn No, 1 yellow. ll.910I.94t,; No. 1
and No. 4 yellow, nominal.
Oats No. 1 white, 64i066e; tandard,
Ryo No. 8, 11.77 01.78.
boeds Timothy: $6.OO0s.O; clover, $15. 00
Provision Pork, ,$41.95; lard, $11.11; rib,
$13.06028.56. - -
Buttr Markt hlfchr; receipts, 11,780
tubs; creamery extras, ile; extra firsts,
41 41 Vic; first. 39V440V4c; aeeondi, l0
Eggs Market higher; receipts, 15.468
ease; firsts, 36Vi037Vsc; ordinary firsts. 14
0 35Vtc; at mark, case included, 13017a.
Potatoes Lower; receipt, 70 car; Vir
ginia, barrels, $3.7504.00; Jersey, bulk, $1.36
tl. 40: Minnesota, bulk, $1.061.10.
Poultry Alive higher; fowls, 20 023 Vic;
Corn and Wheat Region Bulletin.
Ther were showers In Oklahoma, Michi
gan, eastern and southern Kansas, eastern
Nebraska, central and southern Iowa, north
ern and southwestern Missouri, northern and
central Illinois, northern Indiana and ex
treme northern Ohio. Th amount were
light to moderate, except over on Inch
fell at three station In Indiana and at one
ach In Illinois and Kansas. Th weather
is unseasonably cool, except In the middle
Milslppl and Ohio valley. Minima wore
below 60 (outhwnrd to central Kansas, ex
treme northern Missouri, extreme southern
Wisconsin and 40 or below In portions of
Nebraska, Minnesota and the Dakotas. Frost
or freeilng temperature occurred at three
stations In North Dakota and at two In
northern South Dakota.
L. A. WELSH, Meteorologist
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York, Aug. 28. Evaporated Apples
Firm; fancy, nominal: choice, 12 Vi 13c;
prime, 114 012c.
Dried Fruit Prune, firm; California,
9011V4c; Oregon. 1044o. Apricot, firm;
fancy, 20o. Peaches, firm; standard,
10V4c; choice, lOVic; fancy, I2c. Raisins,
firm; loose, Muacatel. 7Vi09c; choice to
fancy, seeded, 7V09V4c; seedless, 9V.J0c
London ayers, 1.80.
OUa aAd Benin.
Savannah, Ga , Aug. 28. Oils Turpen
tine, firm, 17 Vi 018c; sales, 729 bbls.; re
ceipts, 446 bbls,; shipments, 168 bbls.; stocks,
Rosin Firm: sale, 1,103 bbls : receipts,
1.708 bbls.; ahlpment, 666 bbl. ; stocks,
86,411 bbls. Quotations: B, D, E, F, G,
$5.20; H, 15.20; I, $6.26; K, $5.35; M, $5.75;
N, $6.50; Wq, $7.00; WW, $7,16.
Dry Goods Market.
New Tork, Aug. 28. Dry Good Cotton
goods for commercial need were quiet here
today and price for gray good eaey.
Brown and bleached domestics wer fairly
steady, colored goods firm. Jobber re
ported a quiet trade. Buying for govern
ment purposes was large. Men's wear lines
were quiet, silk very quiet
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Liverpool. Aug. 18. Cotton Spot In lim
ited demand; prices 10 points higher; Ameri
can middling fair, 19.33d; good middling.
18 90d: middling, l.40d: low middling.
17.96d; good ordinary, 17.00d: ordinary,
I6.50d. Sales 3.000 bales.
fit. I.ouls Grain Market.
St. Louis, Aug. 28. WhcaT-.N'o. 2 red,
$2.1592.18; No. 2 hard, $2.1902.23.
Corn No. 2, $1.86; No. 2 white, $1.94:
September, $1.60; December. $1.074a.
Oats NO. 1, 55Vi5i:; No 2 white, 670
NEW YORK STOCKS
Decline in Russian Exchange
Added to Uncertainty of
Government's Price and
New Tork. Aug. 29 Stock wr offered
by profession! 'trader today, that faotlon
evidently, deriving further encouragement
from fresh development of an unfavorable
To th uncrtalntle and pn!xllle
arising from th government' prie and
taxation pollele wer added anothsr severe
decline In Russian exchange, ruble falling
to a discount in excess of sixty per cent;
stiffening of time nd call loan In antlelpa
lion of heavy transfer steel's financial plan
cation of Bethelehem steel's tnanolal plan
under conditions Increasing Its fixed
Dealings wers ths largest and broadest
of any recent session, but th activity and
scop of the trading merely measured the
extent of the market decline. All th
prominent Industrials, mtala. equipments,
shippings nd a scor ef specialties wer
comprehended In th setback at decline of
2 to 7 points.
Bethlehem Steel new dock reacted IMj
point and th old 2. United States Steel
fell from 121 Vi to 118H and closed at 119,
a net loss of IS- Others of that division
were ta 7 points lower, minimum quota
tion being record in th final deal.
Th etbek htd It Inception among th
automobile sharas, 8tudebakr falling t
points to th nw low record of 40 Vi. Gen
eral Motor lotlng 1H. Other motor shares
and ubldlrle wre 1 to 1 point down.
Utilities alto wer steadily sold. Ohio gas
making an extreme declln of m point
with pressure against others of that class.
Total sale 168,000 share.
Trading In bond wa mors widely dis
tributed, at minor concession, th Liberty
l?uo holding ateady at 99.92 to 99.98. Total
sale (par value) aggregated 12.460,000.
United State registered 4 (old at 1054,
an advance of one-half pr cnt. Old Issues
wars unchanged on rail.
Number of sale and quotation on lead
Sales. Hlffh. T.nw flna
, Am. Beet Sugar... 1.100 881 87t B7Vj
i.juu ill) iu 41
Am. Car A Found. 1,600 72V 6H 6i
Am. Locomotive. . . 3.60O 66 ii 68 H 61
Am. Smelt. A Ret, 7,900 99ty 96 tiH
Am. Sugar Ref,., 1,600 116i 114 114 Vi
Am. Tel. A Tel.... 1,400 1184 117, 118
Am. Z, L. A 8... 600 21H 10 16
Anaconda Copper.. 11,100 73 71 tt 7H4
Atchison 1.40C 98s 98 S
800 1064s 1U1 103
Bultlmor A Ohio
1,200 63 68 Vi 194
3,41)0,331. 10 !9Vi
600 13 HVi 18 Vk
900 161 160 160
8.100 87Vi 84 88Vi
600 68Vi t1 17
1.800 67 llVi - 6Vt
Butt A Sup. Cop..
Cal. Petroleum. . . .,
Chesapeake A Oho,
C M. A St. P....
Chicago A N. W...
C R. I. A P., ctfs. 10,700 10 18 18
Chlno Copper 4,100 14 11 11
Colo. Fuel A Iron.. 1,100 46 44 44
Corn Prod. Rof..,. 7,800 81 10 10
Crucible Steel 41.000 77 70 78
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 4,800 13 11 11
Distiller Sec 2,1100 86 15 15
Kris 900 23 12 13
Ot Northern pfd..
Ot. No. Ore, ctfs...
Int. M. M.. pfd.,..
Kan. City Southern.
Loulavll A Nash.
Mex. Petroleum. , . .
N. Y. Central
N. Y., N. H. A H..
Norfolk A Western.
Northern Paclflo. ..
800 162U 161 160 V
$.800 llUVi 10SH 108 Vi
400 105 Vi 104 104 Vi
6,700 65 aiVi 13
100 101 V, 101 101
4.600 61 11 $1
,00 90 Vi 88
1.700 17V 11
200 11 11
1,800 81 11 11
6,600 4)4 91 91
1.900 16 86 15
4,900 10 It 18
1,600 11 11 11
1,000 13 11 11
600 11 11 10
100 116 lit Ut
400 101 101 J01
Paoifio Tel.A Tel
Pennsylvania 1,100 $1 $1
Pittsburgh Coal ,
Ray Con. Copper
Reading 1.700 88 81
Rep. Iron A Steel.. 18,400 85 81
Shattuck Aria. Cop. .,,
1.600 14 98 16
4,400 17 16 16
. 10.800 83 4 46
. 1,700 178 174 174
,. 1.100 136 134 114
. 4,000 Ut 131 lit
,111,600 111 1)8 111
400 117 1184 11611,
U. 8. Ind. Aloohol
U. S. Steel
U. S. Htoel pfd
Utah Copper 11,600 100 $6 $7
Wabash pfd. "B".. 1,100 16 11 15
Western- Union.... 100 93 91 13
WestliuThouse Else 6,100 47 4$ 45
Total sale for the day, 166,040 shares.
Kansk City Grain Market.
Kansas City, Aug. 11. Wheat No. I
hard, $i.30iij)2.45i No, red, 11.11) SP
Corn No. 1 mixed, ll.710t.7t; No. t
whit, Il lOt No. I yellow, $1.1401.86; D.
cember. $1,08; May, $1.04.
Oat No. 1 whit. 680830; No, 1 mlxd,
I New Tork Cotton Market
' New York, Aug. 11. Cotton Futures
opened steady; October, ll.Olo; December,
23.t2c; January, 11.11c; March, 11.18c; May,
Cotton future closed steady; October,
23. Stic; Deeomber, 21.37o; January, 11. 16c 1
Maroh, 33.58o; May, 11.70c Spot, quiet:
The Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota
lakes are excellent at which to spend the summer or
the "customary two weeks"; or for week-end trips in the
invigorating, life-giving air, restoring and restful Splen
did fishing: freedom for the children to play; all the
beauty ana pleasure of the health-giving Great Out
doors. Resorts, hotels, boarding houses everywhere,
charges most reasonable.
Round trip fares from Omaha:
Akeley, Minn. $28.64 McGregor, Minn,. ...... $25.94
AnnandalcMinn........ 19.94 Minneapolis, Minn.. . . . 16,91
Ashland. Wis. 25.82 Niwwa, Minm 24.44
Bayfield, Wis. 26.64 Osakia, Minn. 23.14
Bemidji, Muin ,. 2&.14 Park Rapids, Minn. 26.24
Birch wood. Wis. 22.69 PajjneTille, Minn. 21.49
Brainerd, Minn........... 23.59 Shakopee, Minn.. , , 16.72
(Table, Wis..... 23.88 . Spicer. Minn.. 20.19
ChetelcWit. 22.60 8t Paul, Minn. 16.94
Dorset, Minn. 26.59 St Peter, Minn.......... 14.56
Duluth, Minn. - 23.02 Walker, Minn. M 26.64
Hnyward,Wi. 23.04 White Bear Lake.. ..... 17.49
make the trip to Minnesota resorts but little more than
a comfortable overnight journey. .
Chicago & North Western Ry.
v Coffe Market.
Nw York, Aug 18. Ther was a renewal
ef scattering near month liquidation In the
market for coffee futures today, but It wa
in much (mailer volume and trading other
wise remained uulet. There was nothing In
the new from Brazil to Indicate that I ho
low temperatures reported yesterday had
caused any material damage, wlrle this
morning reports showed warmer weather
The situation In this respect may have led
to some further selling, but after opening
unchanged to 3 points lower the market
showed i'ttlo movement, closing net un
changed to 3 points lo-ver. September held
around 7 43c to 7.46c and March. 7.81c to
7.94a, closing at about the best point on re
newed peace talk August -and September.
7 44c; October, 7 64c; December, 7.T3c; Jan
uary, 7.80c; March, 7.95c; May, 8 03c; Juiv
8.22. Sales, 14,000 bugs.
Spot coffe quiet; Rio 7s, 9Vie: Santos 4s.
lOHo Cost and freight offer wers reported
a shad firmer Bid of 1 2jo were said to
have been accepted for Santo 4s tnd 9.50c
for Santo 8 with offer of Santos 4s rang
ing from $.40c to $.60c, London credits.
Th official cable reported no change In '
spot quotations at Rio and Santos, bu'j '
Santos future wer unchanged to 26 rels'
lower. Rio exchange wa 8-JJd higher
Santo cleared 68,000 bag for New Orleani
and Rio 23,000 tor New York.
New York Money Market,
New York. Aug. 18. Mercantile Paper 5
4 06 per cent.
Sterling Exchange 60-day bills, $4.72;. 7
commercial 60-day bill on -bank, $4.71: : :
commercial 80-day bills, 14.71; demand.
14 76 9-16; cable. $4.73. 7-16.
Sliver Bar, 68 4,0, - ,
Bonds Government steady: railroad, -ir-,
Time Loans J4lrmer; (ft day. 404VJ per
cent: 90 day. 404 per cent; 6 months, "
60 5 U per cent.
Call Money Firmer; high. 3 pr ent.
low. 1 pr cent; ruling rat, 1 per "
cent: cloilng bid, 1 per cent; offered at 5'. '
Pr cnt; last loan, 1 per cnt ' ""
U. 8. !. coupon 96Int M. M. .... 91
U. 8. 2s. reg 97V4K. C. 8. ref. 6s.. 82Vi
U S. Is. coupon 9L. A N. unl. 4s.. 81
IT. S. Ss. reg.... 99 M. K. A T. 1st 4s 68
U. 8. 4s, reg,...105Mo, Pac. gen. 4 5S , , ,V
U. 8. 4s. coup.. .106 Mont Power 6... $8
Pan. 3s coupon.. 10 N. Y. C. deb. t 160
Am. For. 8c. 6 95N. Pacific 4,... 84
A. T AT. cit. 6 96 NT. Pao. 3.... 62 i r-.-f
Anglo-French 6 930. 8. L. ref. 416
Armour Co 4 Vis 89 Pao. T. A T. 6 96
Atchlnion gen. 4 86Penn. cen. t lot
Baltl. A Ohio 4 84Penn. gen. $.. 92
Cen. Leather 6.. 98 Roadtng gen. 4 87
Cent. Paclflo lat 81 8. L. A 8. F. a 6s (4
Ches. A O. cv. 6s 84 S. Pacific cv. 6s 96
C , B. A Q. j. 4 96S. Pacific ref. 4 66
CMA8Pg4 81S. Railway 6.. $-'.
C R t A P r r 4 6Tex. and Pac. 1st 91
Colo. Z 8. r 4 78 'Union Pacific 4 90
D. A R. a. ref. 6a 67U.' Pac. ov. 4.. 81
Dom. of Can. 6 94 U. 8. Rubber 6 88
Erie gen. 4.... 68U. 8. Steel 5s.. 103', ....
Gen. Kleo. 5. .100 'Wabash 1st. ...100
Ot N. 1st 4 90 W. Union 4.. 93
lit Cent. ref. 4 84
St. tools Ur etook Market. t
St Louis, fAug 28. Cauls lUceipta.
4,10(1 head) market- higher; natlv beef
tr(, 18.00016.60; yearling steers and helf
rs, 17.00014.00) cow. 16 00010.00; (took,
ers and feeders, $H 6009.60; Texas quaran
tine steers, $6.76i&'l0.6O; , -prims southern
beef steer. $9.00i$12.60; beef cows' and heif
er, $6.00010.00; prim yearling lrs and
heifer, $7 60010.00; natlv calves, $5.76
I, 00 !
Hog Receipt, 1.90O head; market high
er; lights, $17 60017.8$: pig. $13.00016 60f
mixed and butchers, $17 66017.$$; gflod .
heavy, $17.35018.25; bulk of sale, $17 600
Sheep and Lambs Reewtpt, 4,40$ head;
markt hlghar; lamb. $11.00016.7$, awes,
$1.00 01.10; wethers. $10.60013.00; cnnrs,
and choppers, $4.6008.10. . . " .'
Kansas City Llv Stock Market,
Kansas City, Aug. 3$. Cattl Reoelpis.'
17,000 head; market atrong; prim fqV
stsers. $14 75011.86; dressed beef ter.
$11 00014 00; western User. $. 00014. 6(1?
southern trs, $7.25011.60; cow. $6.00
10.00; heifers, $7.60013.00; toeksr and
feeders, $7.00011.26; bulls, $8.1101 60;.
oalve. $7 00013.00.
Hog Receipts, 6,000 had; market high.,
r; bulk ot salee, $11.10017.90; heavy,
$17 1101$ 16; packer and butchers, $17.31
013 lt lights, $16.60017.85; pigs, $13,.60
Sheep and Lamb Receipt, 4,009 head;
markst higher; Iambi, $16.000 17.00 ; year
ling., $1OOO012.9O wslhers, $8.00011.00 ;
Chicago Llv Stock Market.
Chicago, Aug. 18. Cattl Receipts, 7,000.
head; steady to strong;, natlv beet, $3,36'
16.80; western steers, $7.15011.76; a new
prlc for western ters; stockers and feed
er, $6.1009,39; cow and belters, $(.66
11.25; calve. $13.00016.86. . '
Hogs Rsocipt, 4.000 head) market
Strang; top, $17,90; bulk ef ale,. $16,100
17.75; light $1$.9O0!7.O: mixd, $16.fl0iS7
17.90; heavy, $18.90017.71) rough, $16,900
1.15 pigl, $11.60015.50, .
Sheep and Lamb Receipts. 7,000 haa;
market steady; wether,. 97.9Q011.26; ws,
$7.26010.60; lambs, $11.00017.06. , ( .
Sinn City Live Stock Market.
Sioux City, Ia Aug, 18. Cattle Receipt. -fTt
tOO hvadi market 10016a higher; bef .-.-U''
er, 17 60014.00; fat cows and hWfer,;
18. 1009.001 canner $5.00$.J5 stookerg. . '
and fdrs, $(.001.75; calve. $8.00011.00;. j
bull, stags, etc, 16.0001.00; feeding cow I.VXX
and hlfr. $6.0008.00. - : - '
Hogs Relpt, 1.000 hadi market II to - , w
tie hlghri light, $18.76017.10; mixd. , 111
iq.ddvii.sd; nvavy, ei.outaif.vui piss,
$l$.$O01t.OO; bulk of al, $16.60017.0."
Sheep and Lamb Rclpta, $00 head;
market strong, -
London Silver Market.
London, , Aug. )$. Sllvr Bar, 45d per
Money 8 per cent. - '
Discount Rate Short bills, 4 pr cent,
thrv month bill. 4 11-18 par cant )
For further Information and deerrpthrauter
tur ssk our Omaha City office
1401-3 Farnam St,' Omaha, Neb.
Telephone Douglao 2740
- Mi. John Mellen. General Agent. In charge.
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