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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1918.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
J, A KG VIEW cottage, on two ear linei. at
Carter lak: desirable for i or I ladles or
gentlemen. Webster toil.
FOR RENT HOUSES
i'OR BENT Brand new four-room modern
apartment; good neighborhood; walking
k distance; muat be seen to be appreciated.
The Chlodo. 2662 Marcy. office 206 Balrd
Bldg. Phone Douglas 14H.
l-ROOM apartment, the Cbula Vista. JOth
and Poppleton Ave., for rent June 1.
Apply Conrad Young. 121 Brandela The
ater. Douglas 1571. '
, (104 No. (9th St.. 7 rooms ,..115.00
lit Bedford Ave.. roome... 1150
OMAHA LOAN ft BLDQ. ASS'N,
1585 Douglas, rooming house... $33.00
ISIS North 16th. rooming hou 33.00
, JOHN N. FRENZER, DOUGLA3 564.
felRICTLY high grade West Dodge resit
dene. Near Blackstone hotel. 7 rooms.
' Walnut 598.
Il33 KORTH Eighteenth street, 8 rooms all
t 47SS North Thirty-sixth street, t rooms
. modern except heat, 117.00. ,
' 2820 North Thlrty-flrnt street, t rooms,
modern except heat, 514.00.
1(21 Cuming, .four-room modern apart
BA8P BROS. 210 Keeline Bldg.. T. 721.
FOUR-ROOM and bath, second floor, large
light rooms; also barn. 110. 2630 Seward
Street; Red 63. f
5-ROOM, all modern house, 1307 N. 60th
.-Ave., full basement, perfect repair, (Is.
Phone Leavltt. Walnut 1920.
SEVEN rooms modern, $25, near postofflce.
O. P. 8tebblhs. 1610 Chicago.
l-ROOM modern house; 3866 Hamilton St.,
2141 SOUTH Thirty-second street, 7 rooms,
Hanscom Park district.
Tyler 1536V 833 Securities Bldg.
, LEAVENWORTH ST. 5-r. part mod.
flat. 117.60. .Alfred C. Kennedy Co., 200
S. 18th' St. Doug. 722.
10-ROOM modern house; laundry. . Keys
8601 Capitol Ave. Phone Harney 8664.
JLiaT your property for rent or sal with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler TSt.
"" . : HOUSES "
: IN ALL PARTS OP THE C1TT.
CRBIGH SONS CO.. BEB BLDO.
bhopen - Co..
Ratals. Douglas 4228.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
I rooms In tha Hudson, 207 South 26th
Avenue; heat and janitor service; 542.50
and 550.00 per month,
Benson & Mirers Co., Realtors,
424 Omaha Nart. Bk. Bldg. D. 7426.
r'URNISHED LA TUNA APTS. 641 S. 14th
St A large liv. room, a dress, room and
closet combined, a kltch. and bath, cbmp.
furn., best of service. D. 1533
riZARD Palace block, centrally located, 1
or 4-room apt.; also 4-room flat. Superb.
Apply 22014 N. 23d. "Phone Red 4282.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specialists In Apartment managament
HAMILTON APTS.lreproof: fine lawn and
flowers; best location, 14th and Farnam,
Prices reasonable. Call D. 1472. '
ANGELUS APARTMENTS 25th Ave. and
Douglas: to sub-let one, two-room apart
ment Harney 2074.
EXTRA CHOICE CLOSE-IN FLAT.
New brick, nothing better In the city;
four bedrooms. $50 "To FAMILY ONLY.
Arthur H. Woodman. 2233 Capitol Ave.-
MODERN Estabrook Apta., near postofflce,
121. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
IFOR RENT Business Prop'ty
STORE FOR "RENT 15th and Douglas, lOx
NtiO. (team heat rent 1116 per month.
, WORLD REALTY CO..
- Douglas 6841. Sun Theater Bldg. .-.
Ivi'ORK Corner Cass and Sixteenth SL
Fin business location. G. P. Stebblns.
hODHRN store. 16th St., near P. O.
rent O. P. 8tebblns. 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk P.oom
OFFICES should be chosen with care. The
Has -Building satisfies" caretui tenants
Keystone Investment. Co... Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses.
LIST your houses for rent with us snd get
results. Mora requests than bouses, give
: ns houses. .
Pavnn Invesment Co.. Realtors,
" 137 Omaha National Bank Bldg.. D. 1781.
Business . Property.
RELIABLE CORPORATION WILL
TAKE TEN-TEAR LEASH ON
BUILDING SUITABLE FOR
HOUSING A WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL AUTOMOBILE BUSI
NESS. GIVE LOCATION, TERMS
AND DETAILS. BOX 4715, BEE.
RELIABLE CORPORATION WILL
TAKE . TEN-YEAR LEASE ON
BUILDING SUITABLE FOR
HOUSING A WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL AUTOMOBILE BUSI
NESS. GIVE LOCATION, TERMS
AND DETAILS. BOX 4715, BEE.
MOVING AND STORAGE
"METROPOLITAN VAN & STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store? office on Howard St.. between
16th and 16th. Pbon Tyler 8400. Have
your moving bandied just ss you would
. an order for new furniture. That's the way
w do it Ask to see our daily rental lists
16TH AND JACKSON. DOUG. 288.
STORAGE. MOVING, PACKING.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
Separata locked rooms for household
roods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 8. 16th. Douglas 4161.
Globe, Van and Storage Co.
For re I service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 130 or Douglas. 4338
Jfl PTTTTTi Express Co.. Moving,
. j. MXEjCjU Packing and Storage.
HOT Farnam St. Web, 271 Doug 8146
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; careful men. For-
nlture psck.. storage 1417 Chicago. D1354
WEST A SUTTON.
- Plana, household moving: lire stock
ianled. D 871 1804 Cass Bt
"(REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
WK WILL buy your boms or buelnees
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO..
t Electrlo Bldg. Tyler 8(.
bUSLNKSS property and Investment.
P. TUREY and SON,
110 Pint National Bank Bldg.
. U'CAOUB INVESTMENT CO..
, ( , J a l.tlal I
UiiJfcvfi poOf. Bt Douiua jit,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
PRAIRIE PARK .
Good T rooms and sleeping porch strict.
Iy modern horns on Fowler Ave., near
26th St. Oak and whit enamel finish,
full basement, furnace heat garage, pav
ing paid, close to public and parochial
schools snd churches; blocks to 1 car
lines. Price, 86,000, on reasonable 'terms.
ann r msr national
' PRETTIEST MILE" .
Beautiful 8-room house In setting of
fine young forest tress (double garage)
on prettiest part of the "Prettiest Mile"
(Florence boulevard); fronts into the
elegant grounds of C. W. Martin; house
excellently built and best of condition;
78-ft. front; a real home; 11,000 under
the market price, 16.600. ACT QUICKLY
IF INTERESTED. '
HARRISON & MORTON,
1( Omaha Nat. Douglas 514
P. 3. StlA harping On this bouse be
cause there are probably 50 people in
Omaha who would b.uy t!ie house if they
knew how dexirahle and cheap it was. IT
MUST BE SOLD AND IS AN OPPOR
TUNITY FOR SOMEONE. H. & M.
2579 PINKNEY, $3,100.
A very neat place, fully modern with
oak finish In living room. A bargain at
this price for a modern bungalow of this
character. Will paint the house or
make allowance for same. Occupied by
owner; Investigate at ones'.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
(19-10 City National.
Two brand new and very nifty 6-room
bungalows under construction at 28th
Ave. and Camden will bs sold at $3,500
each. These places will be modern in
every respect; one block to car and store;
close to schools and to Miller park; 1350
cash will handle and balance monthly
payments of 131.60. Sewer, water, gas
and electricity all in and paid for; no
special taxes. See these at one.
WALNUT 677. .
PRETTIEST MILE BARGAIN,
Almost new house, strictly modernV oak
finish, 4 rooms and bath 1st floor, 8 fine
bedrooms and bath with shower 2nd floor,
screened porch, driveway, large grounds,
46x466, all In garden; must bs sold,
15,200 buys this; 11,000 "cash balance on
P. J. TEBBENS CO.,
605 Omaha Nat. Bank. D. 2182.
SPECIAL BARGAIN. $3,500.
4 rooms and bath, all modern, garage,
cement walks, paved street, large lot, near
Sherman Ave. car and Kountze Park. Im
mediate possession; 5760 cash, balance
P. J. TEBBENS CO.,
maha Nat'l Bank. D.
3621 HAMILTON STREET, $3,160.
Oak and birch finished, very modern
6-room bungalow, with sleeping porch.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1S02 FARNAM.
WE SELL, rent, insure and make loans on
city property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO..
24th and Ames Ave.. Col. 117.
IF you are going to buy a home, see this
first; a fine five-room nouse; electric
lights, gas and water. Price $2,000. Gee
Owner at 3330 Manderson.
M1NNE LUSA homes and lot offer th
beat opportunity to Invest your . money.
Phone Tyler 187
Field Club District,
1322 S. 35th Avenue
Owner Instructs us to sell this big house
which Is strictly modern in every detail.
It has a brand new hot water heating
plant; fine basement -with laundry room
and fruit cellar; screens and storm sash
for entire bouse; beautiful sun porch; liv
ing room (with fireplace); dining room,
kitchen, butler's pantry, refrigerator room
on first floor; three large bedrooms, bath,
tlen and fine sleeping porch on second
floor; also maid's room and store room on
third floor. This house has double garage
and is equipped with a burglar alarm and
thermostat; also many other fine features
that you do not find in most homes. Call
Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Clark.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
One (-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot, live in one and rent the other.
Price, $2500. Terms. No. 2433 South
20th St. Norrls A Norrls, 104 North lull)
St. Phons D. 4270.
FIELD club district, 7-r. modern house,
garage, lot 70x165, price. $4,260. C.
A. Grlmmel. Phone Douglas 1615.
6-ROOM modern house on large grounds.
120x160, corner, shade and fruit trees;
block to car, not far out, only $2,500; $300
W. H. GATES,
(47 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 12(4.
6-ROOM cottage, two block from car.
full lot, 12,000. Terms. $300 cash, balance
$20 per month.
BENSON AND CARMICHAEL
642 Paxton Block.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
202 S. 17th St. Douglas 6013,
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance.
1120 Farnam St. Doug. 1064.
HOMES AND Ht. MESITES,
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
637 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg Doug. 178L
F D WEAD SELLS REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 120-ACRB
southern Iowa farm; all corn land; good
Improvements; on main road and mall
route; wanted In exchange, general mer
chandise, hardware and furniture. Write
P. O. Box. Osceola. Ia.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
$1 DOWN. $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE A SLATER CO.
FOR SALE lots, iust south of Elmwood
Park in Overlook addition. Owner leaving
City. Will sell cheap for cash. Address
Box Y .1188. Omaha Bee.
Five rooms, oak finish in living room
and dining -room, built-in buffet in din
lng room, complete and modern in every
respect; lot 60x106 Vi; look at 4640 Dodge
street, then see us.
The Bvron Reed Co..
Phone Douglas 297. - 1012 Farnam St.
GEORGE AND COMPANY,
I HAVE $500 cash and a good Dundee lot
. to make first payment on Dundee noma.
Phone Douglas 5074.
FOR SALE Two beautiful lots just south
of Elmwood oark In Overlook addition
full six lots. 60x150. Owner leaving the
city will sell cheap for cash. Act quick.
. Address Box X 1166, Omaha, Be.
The best of results are obtained
XUirough ?ho Bee Want Ad
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTEI RANCH OR FARM
Press brick business block and residence
propsrty; also $30,000 worth mortgage pa
per. S. S. & tL E. MONTGOMERY.
JE'.frfefty Nat'l Bank Bldg.
HAVbl customer for 7 or 8-room modern
house, between Twenty-fourth and
Thirtieth and Vetween Dodge and Cuming
streets. Call Mr. Browne, Tyler 1671 tr
evenings Walnut 8007.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-room houses and bungalows with
8300 to 8300 down. Call Osborne Realty
r Tvler (( mi Om Nat flunk Blrt
Real Estate,. Loans and Mortgages.
HAVE that Installment loan on your borne
changed to a straight five-year loan and
relieve yourself of that monthly burden.
E. H. Lousee, Inc., 688 Keeline Bldg.
H. W BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans
Citv National Bank Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS
W. T GRAHAM,
604 Bee Bldg. Douglas 1583.
KlVttf FARM LOANS. fH A
Oyo O PAUL PETERSON. 0.72 O
864 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS?
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1018 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1718
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6. 6H and 6 Per Cent
H. DUMONT CO.. Keeline Bldg.
pi frf MONEY
2 HARISON A MORTON.
(19 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
8100 to 110.000 MADE promptly? F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. ISth snd Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co Omaha.
SHOPEN A COMPANY Douglas 4228.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg."
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERO. SlIBrai
dels Theater Bldg. D 686. '
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our cent excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. 8 FRAKK. U01 NEVILLE BLK.
GREAT BARGAINS i5 d.wn, (5 monthly
buys 40 acres, good fruit ani 1 cultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Trice only
(220. Address Box 282, Springfield, Mo.
THE LATEST ISSUK OF "HUNGKRFORD'S
FARMER AND RANCHER"
Th July Inaue of "Hungerford'a Farm
er and Rancher," published from Craw
ford, Neb., and chuck full of information
- about Dawes county, "THE LAND OF IN
DEPENDENCE" "THE GARDEN BE
YOND THE SAND HILLS," Is just off
the press and ready for mailing. It also
carries with It a large list of offerings of
farms and ranches for sale by th pub
lisher. Arah L. Hungerford, of Crawford.
Mr. Hungerford has been promoting and
settling up Dawes county for the last
ten years. He is a big farmer himself,
farming more land in northwest Nebraska
than any other five men In the country.
He has experimented in every way with
the soil of that country and knows Just
what It will do. It 1b well said of Mr.
Hungerford that he has turned more acres
of northwest Nebraska prairie land into
fields of grain and has been the cause of
more settlement in northwest Nebraska
than any other twenty men In the coun
try. His latest issue of his "Farmer and
Rancher" which is now just from the
press and Is known as the July,1918, edi
tion, is free for the asking. If you
will write Mr. Hungerford today, ad
dressing him at Crawford, Dawes coun
ty. Neb., he will be glad to mail you a
copy of his "Farmer and RancherT
200 ACRE STOCK FARM FOR SALE; Three
miles West and one mile North or i.
Calhoun, Washington county. Neb., 15
miles Northwest of Omaha. All fenced
and cross-fenced with woven wire fence,
115 acres in cultivation, balance pasture,
fine waterworks system and fine improve
ments for raising and feeding hogs and
cattle. Telephone connection and mail
delivery at farm. Price $185.00 per acre.
Inquire at Fort Calhoun . State bank or
HENRY ROHWER, Fort Calhoun. Neb.
MERRICK COUNTY FARM.
160 acres located 6 miles from Central
City, one.half mil to a good chool, all
good black loam soil, lies perfect, not a
foot of waste, sjl fine alfalfa land. This
place has Just a fair set of Improvements
not In the best of repair,. Price, 1136 per
acre, with part terms, win consider a
good Omaha residence as part payment
What have you? Write or see M. A.
Larson, Central City, Neb.
FOR SALE A good Section of Western
Nebraska land, new 8-room house ana
other improvements. Rural Route and
telephone, 12 miles to good Railroad and
town, a bargain at $12,000. Rents for
$1,000 per year. Huffman, 411 Bee Bldg.,
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches in good Old Dawes county.
Arah L. Hungerford. Crawford, Neb.
WE specialize In selling Nebraska ranches.
White A Hoover. 454 Omaha Nat'l Bank
160 ACRES Improved, closeln, paved road.
Nllson, 422 Securities Bldg.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a.,
Including paid-up wur right. Henry
Levi ACM Rylander. 164 fimah Nat'l
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us 'If you
want to keep It.
B. P. SNOWDEN A SON.
610 Electric Bldg Douglas (871
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
AIREDALE PUPS FOR SALE
Ten choice pups, farm raised, bright,
strong and active. These are pups of
quality, good style and conformation.
Dam. Kendall's Bertha, 221421, sire, Su
preme Judge, 241670. Will also sell tried
brood matron two years old. Address
B. A. GIETZEN, Marquette, Neb.
2.000' DAY-OLD-CIIICKS, Rocks, Reds,
Orpingtons, Leghorns. Webster, nue,
WHEAT screenings, $2.60 per 100. Delivered.
Wagner. 801 N. 16th St.. Phone Doug 1142.
ANGORA kittens; six handsome fellows, for
sale. 1541 Willis Ave. Tel. Web. 635.
Horses Live Stock -Vehicles
FOR SALE Two thoroughbred Jersey
calves, one bull and one heifer. Telephone
Council Bluffs, 121.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security
(40. 8 mo.. K. goods, total, yt.ou.
Smaller, larger am'ts. proportionate rat
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
481 Securities Bldg., 16th. Farnam. Ty. 666
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
tOf SMALLER LOANS. 9
O W. C. FLATAU EST. 1892. l
6TH PLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TY. 950
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rstes. Private loan booths. Harry
Mlebnck T614 Dodge D 6619 Est 18(1
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Conrad Swanson and wife to Isabella
W. Abbott, s. e. cor. Sixty-eighth and
Corby St.. 163x194 $3,900
John F. Flack and wife to Anna
Brewer. Evans st 125 ft. west of
Forty-fourth ave.. so. side, 40x137.. 175
Mary Proudfoot to Frances M. Kratky,
n. e. cor. Twenty-third and G St.,
61x87 - 5,800
Helen M. F. Marshall to Charles
Kopletz. n. w. cor. Thirty-ninth St.,
60x130 , 1,400
John Dignan and wife to Larson C.
Miller, Pine St.. 56 ft. west of
Thirty-fifth St., 66x128 8,500
Minnie Klnkenon and husband to Wal
' ter E. Hylen, Wirt St., 88.82 ft
west of Twenty-eighth ave., sou.
side, 44x134 2,500
Byron Reed . Co. to Cora Shannon,
Cedar ave.. 235 ft. west of Fifty-.
sixth' St., so. side, 47x129 195
Clara J. Hopkins, et al, to Herman
Franklin, " Twenty-sixth St., 200 ft.
south of N St., east side, 60x160., 1,500
Wilson T. Graham to Anna M. Ian,
Twenty-seventh st. 866 ft. south of
CaldweU St.. east Side. 40x126.... 900
John F. Flack and wife to J. . H.
Cramer, Forty-fourth St., 280 ft.
north of Pratt at., east side. 40x
Edgar F. Holman and wife to Anna
Dunning, Twenty-third St., 170 ft.
north of F St., east side, 30x140.. 1,350
Louis J. Rlngle to Jacob Ringle.
Twenty-first, 66 ft. south of Chicsgo
St.. east side, 66x80 1,100
Selwyn Doherty and wife to M. B.
Ellis. Poppleton ave.. 10$ ft. ast
of Thirtieth St, no. side. 60x100.. 1,100
Alfred O. Meyer and wife to Lucy W.
Evans. Thirty-first st. 94 ft nortb
, of Cutsllac, jgejt (ids, tZxUvM.w 1,150
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
California Steers Reach Mar
ket; Hog Market Lively,
Ten to Fifteen Cents
Omaha, July I. 1118.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... T.096 (.(it 12.0(7
... 7.391 18,761 14.674
... !,(( 10,191 7.310
... 1.900 6,100 1.700
.Five dsys this week. 20,(81 41.084 15,783
Same days last week.. 24,865 71.173 61.311
Same days 1 wks. ago.26.445 78.605 14,(25
Same days 1 wks. ago.33,419 64.308 15,730
Same days year- ago., 13,161 81,000 16,695
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards. Omaha, for 14 hours
ending at 1 o'clock p. m., yeaterdayl
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'rs's.
C. M. A St. P 40
Wabash , .. 1
Missouri Paelflo . . . . 5
Union Paclfio 31 22 7 6
C. & N. W., east 16 .. 4
C. A N. W west . . . 2( , . 7
C, St. P., M. A O.. 6 4
C, B. A Q., east ..6 ..
C B. Q.. west ..1 6
t. R. I. A P., cast 4 6 1 1
Illinois Central ...... 3
Total receipts ...66 123 $
Morris A Co 367 410
Swift & Co 765 1,105
Cudahy Packing Co. 243 1.667
Armour & Co 698 S4
Schwarts A Co 868
J. W. Murphy 1.228
Incnln Packing Co. 51 ....
'. B. Lewis ... !5 ....
. B. Root A Co. .. 9 ....
Werthelmer & Degen 25 ....
Sullivan Bros. 11 ....
Huffman 18 ....
Roth 28 ....
John Harvey , 2t ....
Dennis A Francis ... 3 ....
Pat O'Day 11 ....
Other Buyers 228 ....
Totals 1,635 6,160 ,1,779
Cattle Receipts were moderate, number-
ng 3,900 head, or 61 cars, and Including
0 loads of California steers. Trads was
uneven, hut sbout steady on weighty cattle
with Wednesday. Fair to olinlce beeves
were quotable from $18.75 to $18.16, while
the goud to choice yearlings ranged from
16.(0 to 117.00, and the fair to good kinds
from $13.25 to $15.25. As compared with a
week ago, beef steers are steady to 60 rents
and $1 lower, heaviest decline being on the
medium grade of calves. Butcher stock
was unevenly lower, good showing a decline
of $1 from the high time last week; medium
0 cents and $1 lower; stockers and feeders
ruled Btrong and higher for the week.
Good to choice beeves, $17.60018.15: fair
to good beeves, $16.76ii17.00: common to
fair beeves, J12.00W15.26; good to choice
yearlings, $15.60017.00. fair to good year
lings. Ii3.z5ai5.2&; common to fair year
lings, (9.0012.60; good to choice cows,
$11.0013.25; good to choice heifers, $12.00
014.00; fair to good cows. $8.75f 11.00: cut
ters, $8.00)8.25; canners. I7.00ff8.00: veal
calves. $S.U013.25; bologna bulls, $8,000
.00; beef bulls, $9.6012.60; prime feeders,
11.75(8112.60; good to choice feeders, $9,600
(111.00; fair to good feeders. $8.009.25:
good to choice stockers, $9.7611.75; fair to
good Blockers, $8.600976: common to fair
grades, $7. OO0S.26; stock heifers, 17.000
00; stock cows, $7.258.25.
Hogs There was only a moderate run
here today, 116 loads, estimated at 1,100
head, making the total run for th week
to date 42.084 head. It wa a good lively
market from the tart today, both shipper
and packer buying very freely at 10l6o
nigner price. Th market remained aotlve
until the very close. Bulk of the sale wa
$16.3516.46 with top at $16.66,.
Sheop There were only eight load of
sheep received here today estimated at 1,700
neaa, niHKing me total for the week 16,783
head. There was hardly enough here to
create much or any interest. The market
generally was steady.
Quotations on sheen: Lambs - rnnA to
choice, $17.0018.50; lambs fair to good.
I14.6017.00; yearlings fed, good to choice,
$13.00013.60; yearlings, fair to good, $12.75
13.00; ewes, good to choice, $11.00013.00;
ewes, fair to good, $10.00011.00.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, July 6. Cattle Ranelnta. nan
head; medium steers weighing L100 pounds
and up, strong; light yearlings, dull and
weak; best steers, steady; light heifers,
dull; other butcher cattle, stsady; calves,
mostly 25o lower; beef cattle, good, choice
and prime, $16.60018.00; common and me
dium, $11.76018.60; cows and heifers, $7.81
014.50; canners and cutters, $6.8507.85.
Stockers and feeders, good, choice and
rancy. (io.4uw13.00; common and medium,
$8.00010.40; veal calves, good and choice.
Hogs Receipts. 1.000 head: markat.
steady to strong at best time of Wednesday;
clearances, good; bulk of sales, $16.45017.00;
Dutuners, is.(ji'.vu; pacKing, $16,000
16.65; light, $16.75017.76; rough, $11,600
16.00; pigs. $16.00016.35.
Sheop and Lambs Receipts. 10.000 head:
range lambs, 2605Oo lower; natives, mostly
6O0 lower; sheep, steady; shorn lambs,
choice to prime, $18.60018.75; medium and
good, $17.60018.60; culls, $13.00 011.00:
ewes, choice and prime, $11.00013.26; mi
nium anu good, $10.50012.00; culls, $4,600
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo July 5. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1,000; market steady. Prime fed
steers. "$17.25018.25; dressed beef steers.
$12.60017.00: western steers, $11.00011.00;
cows, $7.00013.60: heifers, $8.00014.25;
stockers snd feeders, $8.00016.25; bulls,
fa.nociill.liO; calves, $8.50015.60.
Hogs Receipts, 3,000: market, higher,
Bulk of sales, $16.70016.(0; heavy, $16.80
16.(5; packers and butchers. $16.76016.90:
llgllt (1H.B&016. 86; pigs, $10,25016.50,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2,000: market
steady. Lambs, $15.00018.26; yearlings.
Ii9.uv0i7.oo; wethers, 12.00014.60; swes,
$10.00013.50; stockers and feeders, l.60
St, Louis Live Stock.
St Louis. July 5. Cattle Receipts, 2,(00
head. Market, steady. Native beey steers,
$11.60017.60; yearling steers and heifers,
$9.60016.60; cows, $7.60011.76; stockers and
feeders, 18.60012.00; fair to prims southern
beef steers, 110.00017.70; beef cows and
heifers, $6.00012.50; native calves, $7,760
Hog Receipts, 7,800 head. Market,
lower. Lights, $18.60016.66; pigs, $16.25
016.65: mixed and butchers, I1S.S6016.B6
good heavy, $16.60016.60; bulk of sales,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 5,000 head.
Market, steady. Lambs. $14.00018.00; ewes
$11.00012.00; canners and choppers, (6.00
St. Paul Live Stock.
South St. Paul, Minn., July 6. Cattle-
Receipts,, 2,000 head; market steady; steers,
$7.50017.00; cows and heifers, $8.00 0 14.00;
veal calves, (7.00014.76; stockers and feed
Hogs Receipts, 1,600 head; market high
er; range, $16.16016.60; bulk of sales, $16.25
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 75 head;
market steady; lamb, $10.00017.00; weth
ers, $7.00013.60; ewes, $5.00011.00.
' Sioux City Live Stock.
Slouz City, la., July 5. Cattle Cattle,
$16.00; market steady; beef steers, $9,000
16.75; fat cow and heifer, $8.15013.00;
canners, $7.0008.26; stockers and feeders,
$9.50011.(0; feeding cows and heifers, $8.25
Hogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market 10c
higher; light, $16.45; mixed, $16.86; heavy,
$16.20; bulk of sales, $16.20016.45.
Sheep and Lamb Market steady.
St. Joseph Livs Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., July (.Cattle Receipts,
1,200 head; market steady to weak; steers,
$13.00011.00; cows and heifers, $6.00016.00;
Hogs Receipts, 2,200 head; market high
er; top, $16.10; bulk of sales, $16.66014.80.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 850 head;
market steady; lambs, $11.00018.26; ewes,
Turpentine and Bos In.
Savannah, Qa., July 6. Turpentine
nrm, oiytifvia; sales, 890 bbls.; receipts,
102 bbls.; shipment, 1,49$ bbls.; stock,
Rosin Steady: sales, 743 bbls.; receipts,
184 bbls.; shipments, 4.078 bbls.; stock,
78,811 bbls. Quotations: B, D and E, $1.86
9.95; F and O, $9.95; H, $10.(0; I, $10.06;
K. $10.10; M, $10.30; N, $10.40; WO, $10.45;
WW, siu.ou. ,
Boston, July 6. Th Commercial Bulle
tin will say tomorrow ot ths wool market
"Definite grading rules havs been issued
by the offices of the wool administrator on
all domeatlo clips. The situation la tin
changed. Allotment of wool ar being
mad at th prsnt tlm only tor civilian
Light4 Receipts on Market;
Corn Prices Show General
Advance; Oats in Big
Omaha, July 5, 1(18.
Moderate arrivals of corn and light re
ceipts of other cereals were reported today.
Wheat receipts were 10 cars; corn, 75 csrs;
oats, 14 cars; rye, 1 car, and barley none.
Strong cash prices featured the spot mar
ket today, corn ahowlng a general advance
ranging from to to 60 per bushel, the white
making the greatest gain. Trade was light
up to 11:10 o'clock, only a round dosen
car being reported sold. The demand for
all classes wa slow. No sales of th No.
1 grade were poated . up to a 1st hour.
No. 1 white sold at $1.10. No. 1 yellow at
11.66 to $1.66tt. No. 4 white at $1.80 to
11.81. On car of No. 1 mixed brought
Oat wer In good demand and sold gen
erally o and lo over Wednesday's prices.
Standard oats sold at 71 Ho and th No. 1
white at 73o to 71Ho. No, 4 white oats
brought 73c, while th sample gride went
at 71c to 72c
No sales of rye or barley were reported.
Clearance were, oats, 424,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts were 175.000 bush
els and shipments 85,000 bushels against
receipts of 836,000 bushels and shipments of
435.000 bushel last year.
Primary corn receipts were 971,000 bush
els and shipment) 468,000 bushels sgalnat
receipts of 6(4,000 bushels and shipments
of 740,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 731,000 bush
els and shipments 797,000 bushels sgalnat
receipts ef 632,000 bushels and shipments ot
807,000 bushels lsst year.
Duluth . 1
Omaha . 10
Kansas City 291
St. Lout 63
These sales were reported today
Corn No. I white. 9 cars, 11.90; No. 4
white, 1 car, $1.11; 1 cars, $1,80; No. 6
white, 1 ear, $1.68; sample white, 14-5 car,
$1.13; 1 car, $1.10: No. 1 yellow. I cars.
11.664; IVt cars, $1.66; No. 3 yellow, 3-6
far, $1.64; No. 4 fellow, 1 car, $1.65; No.
t yellow, 1 cars, $1.88; 1 car, $1.37; sample
yellow, 1-6 car, $1.18; No. 4 mixed, H car,
(1.46; No, 6 mixed, 1 car, $1.43; 1 car,
$1.40; No. 6 mixed, 1-1 car, $1.36; 1-6 car.
$1.11; sample mixed. 1 car, 11.11; 1 car,
$1.20. Oats Standard, 1 car, 7314c; No. $
white, I cars, 73Hc; 6 oars, 73Ho T csrs,
7So; i-t car, 73o; No, 4 white, 1 ear, 78c;
sample white, 1 car, 72o; 1 cars, 71ttc; 1H
cars, 71c; No. 3 mixed, I csr 73 c. Wheat
No. 1 hard winter, 1 cars, 12.30; No. 5
hard. winter, 1 car, $2 22; 1 car, $3.20.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 mixed,
$1.80; No. 1 hard, $1.3002.81; No. 6 hard,
Corn: No. 1 white, 11. o; no. wnne.
$1.8001.81; No. 6 whits. $1.68: No. white,
$1.45; sample white, $1.1001.22; No. 1 yel
low, $1.6601. 6614; No. 1 yellow, $1.(4; No.
4 yellow, 1.56f1.67; No. 6 yellow, $1.46;
No. 4 yellow, $1.1701.38; sample yellow,
$1.18; No. I mixed, $1.60; No. 4 mixed.
11.46: No. 6 mixed, l.4tiff 1.12; no. t
mixed, $1.36; sample mixed, $1.:09T1.21.
Oats No. 2 white, 74c; standard. 73c:
No. 1 white, 7307Stic; No. 4 white, 72c;
Chicago closing prices, furnished Th Bee
by Logan eV Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
115 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Artlcle Open. High. Low. lCiosjJly 2
July 1 49HH 1 tin 149 1 51U 160U
Aug. 1 62 "4 1 1 644 162 16m
Sep. 16314 1 65 lSlH 1 U 154ft
July 72073 74H T24i 74H0U 71
Aug. 690K 71 9i710H 70
Sep. 68044 71 8ft7O0 69
July 44 16 44 60 44 16 44 60 44 20
Sep. 44 90 46 00 44 (0 44 90 44 60
July 26 00 26 00 25 92 26 00 26 (0
Sep. 26 22 26 12 !6 02 26 20 26 07
July 21 2 Vi 14 60 23 92 24 02 21 86
Sep. 24 60 24 66 24 42 24 66 24 47
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Oat Leads In Speculative Activity and
Force Advance in Corn Likewise.
Chicago. July (.Oats took th lead In
speculative activity today, owing to strength
at Winnipeg, and forced an advance her
In Corn. Th oat market closed firm, 1 to 7c
net higher, with August 71 071 So.
Corn gained to lVto net and finished un
settled with August $1.64 to $1.54 and
Saptember $1.56 to $1.65K. The outcome
In provisions was a rise of 7010c to 8O0.
Dry weather reports from the Canadian
northwest dominated the oats market and
mora than offset favorable weather con
ditions on this side of the International
Una. Th fact that houses with northwest
ern connections were aotlve buyers tended
to emphasize assertions that tne janaoian
had begun to show to a material extent
the effects of a lack of moisture. In this
connsotlon renewed notice was taken of
reoent vessel charters to carry 1.600,000
bushels of eats from Chicago to ports on
th. rsanrrlan hay. Another bullish factor
was gossip current that the Canadian gov
ernment price for wneai soon wom u
raised to $2.16. a Jump of (0 a bushel.
Good crop prospect msde corn drag, but
persistent buying tiat resulted from oats
-.r.n.th finally abi orbed the entire sur-
nlus of offerings. Eastern shipping was
again in evldeno. Provisions were firm
with hogs. .
Chicago, July (.Butter Unohanged.
Eggs Receipt, 11,697 cases; unchanged.
B.i.i...-twr: old. receipts five cars;
WLcnnstn. Michigan snd Minnesota, bulk
$1.6601.76; do sacks, $1.7501.10; new, re.
oelpts. 90 cars; Arkansas, Mississippi and
Louisiana sacked Triumphs, $2.2002.60;
Louisiana white, $2.0002.40; Virginia, bar
rels, $62606.5O. .,,,,
Poultry Alive, unsettled; fowls, 28o;
New York General Market.
New York, July $. Flour Springs, $10.90
11.50; govsrnment basis, 100 psr cent, in
c.ira in arrive, new basis.
Whits Corn Flour Firm; $5.2506.76 per
Cornmeal Weak: yellow granulated, $4.80,
-.! kit antlllLtAri. 15.20.
Corn Rpot, Irregular; fresh shelled, No, I
yellow, $1.93 . and No.. youow, i.s, .
lt, New York.
nt Snot, firm: standard. 90C.
Hay Firm; No. 1. $1.40 01.0; No. 2, $1.80
T..M mrm- middle west. $25.00026.00.
Hops Quiet; stats medium to choice, 1917,
25033c; 1616, nominal; Pacific coast, 1917,
20023c; 1916, 140150.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City. July (.Corn No. 1 mixed.
$1.6601.69; No. 2 white, $1.9001.96; No. 2
yellow, $1.6401.68; Juiy,, si.ev n, uh
ftl fciu MAntemhei. 11.66.
Oats No. white, 76 0 76e; No. 2 mixed,
Kansas City, July 5. Butter Creamery,
40o; firsts, 88c; seconds, afto; pacKing,
- .... .
KggS Firsts, JOCJ seconu, ara.
Poultry Hens, 24c; roosters, 18c; broil
Bradstreet's Trade Review.
New York, July 6. Bradstraet' tomor
row will say:
"Exceptional conditions present mem-
selves at the turn of th yar. With th
country at war summer cnutaown. so
called, are, of course, not to be expected,
the more so that weather conditions of late
have favored capacity operations, but the
recent speeding up of Industry In all
branches of war work has been sucn as
would have seemed impossible a short whils
ago. In shipbuilding. Iron snd steel pro
duction, copper and coal mining, glass and
pottery making, gun ana ammunition out
puts, army clothing manufacturing and a
variety ot other lines catering to war needs,
there has been great recent expansion, an
th mor notable beoauss midsummer is
never assoclatd with fullest activities in
factory work. Th Inexorable loglo of
events high wages, patrlotlo Impulse and
last but not least, the "work or ngni" leg
tslation ha worked quietly but none the
less effectively to cause great readjustments
of condition of employment and divert
hundreds of thousands from peaceful or
less essential occupations to those connect'
ed with the oarrylng on of the war.
"Weekly bank olearlngs, $5,114,23,000."
Evaporated Apple and Pried Fruits.
New York, July, (.Evaporated Apple
Dull: state. 14016c
Dried Fruits Prunes, firm: California,
7015Kc: Oregon. 140141io. Apricots,
waiting; choice, 17c; extra choice, 18c;
fancy, 11020c Peaches, waiting; standard,
12012Ue: choice. 1214c; fancy, izi4c.
Raisins, steady; loose muscatels, 9s; choice
to fancy seeded. 10llc; seedless, 100
llc; London layers, (3.00.
New York, July (.Spot cotton quiet;
middling, 11.20c; futures closed firm; July,
27.26c: October, 24.69c; December, 24.15c;
January, 34.16c; March, 21.68c.
New York, July 5. Cotton closed firm at
a net 4TM St it t II Bolnvsj , w
NEW Y(M STOCKS
Business Spasmodic, But Move
ment Steadily Upward, With
Maximum at End; Trad.
ing Centers in Pteel.
New York, July (.One-third of today's
light trading In stocks ocourred In the final
hour, the early and Intermediate stages ot
th session being punctuated by frequent
pauses., The movement tended steadily Up
ward from the opening, with maximums at
United States Steels and independent Is
sues of that division furnished the greater
proportion of the day's operation, although
oils, motors, tobacco and minor war con
tract' Issues dnnoted further pool activity.
Metals contributed moderately, but retained
much of their mid-week gains.
Investment rails were again relegated to
the background, Reading si usual proving
the only exception. New York Central and
New Haven responded to a belated Inquiry
but transcontinental and grangers . were
only occasionally quoted. ' .
With United Ststes Steel, which made a
net gain ot lo, wer Bethlehem and Cru
cible Steels at extreme gains of IVfc to 1
points and Railway Steel springs and the
motors and their subsidiaries at advance
of the same extent.
Petroleums derived much of their advance
from Royal Dutch Oil, which Jumped TVi
points on announcement from abroad of
It per cent final dividend tor 1917, but
yielded half Ha gain later.-
Central Leather, American Sugar, Inter
national Nickel, National Enameling . and
National Conduit followed the general ad
vance within a more limited area. Sales
amounted to 290,000 shares.
Liberty issues were Inclined to shade,
but the general list was firmer, though
without features. Total sale (par value)
nugrcgated $3,660,000. Old United States
ImitilH were unchanged on call.
, umber of sales and quotations on lead.
Bales. High. Low. Bid.
100 84 84 84
1,700 68 67 (7H
3,100 81 80 (OH
1,300 113 118 111
Am. Beet Sugar..,,
Am, Car A Foun'y
Am. Smelt. & Ret
Am. Sugar Ret.,..
Am. T. & T. ex. d.
Am. Z., L. A 8...
l.uno it 96 4 97
Anaconda Copper. 11,600
Atchison , 4oo
A G A W I 8 8 L
Kelt A Ohio
B & 8. Copper....
100 147 147 148
900 71 70 70
Central Leather ,.
Cbes. A Ohio
C, M. A S. P....
SUV li (6
U. A N. W
C R I A P ctfs,.
t'hlno Conner ....
1,100 41 41
Colo. Fuel A Iron. .
t orn Produots Hef
43 42 42
68 67 U
Cuba Cane Sugar, .
83 H 32 4,
General Electrlo ...
General Motors . . ,
Ot Northern pfd..
400 12 12 82
Ot. N. Ore ctfs.,..
Inspiration Copper 7.600 66 55 65
M; M. pfd.... 1,600 101 100 101
Int Paper... joo 86
Kenneontt Copper, 1,600 23
Louisville A Nash.
1,000 20 -
11 ; 88
IN Jf. IT
N. Y.. N. A H....
Norfolk A West....- ....
Ray Con. Copper..
400 43 4S 43
200 61 61 '$3
1,000 15 24 24
o,iu rxj vi
6,600 (3 v 9C
Hep, iron A Steel..
Shattuck Arts. Con.
ntuanDuKer Corp. ,
1.700 4A. It AitVL A6I
Texas Co iJJT?
Union Pacific... 100 123 121 121
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol 1,800 124 123 124
H; 2' 5,teel 8,'40 0I" io ioi2
Utah Copper 1,000 11 (2 81
Total sale for thi' day 29o7ooo' aharea,
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET
Beef Cut Wbolesal price of beef out
i iii x, . "" rouow! Loins, No.
No. 1, 24 c; No. 2, 13c No. 1, 18 c
Rounds, No. 1, 27c; No. 1, 27o; No. 1. 22c
Chucks, No. 1, HHo; No. , 21o; No. 2.
16o Plates. No, J. 16o; No. 2. i(o
Fish-Fanoy froxen targe catfish, 1 to 1
lb, avarage, per lb, 25o; this 1 fancy frein
frosen tock of fin quality) fancy fresh
catfish, odd si is, large, 28c; fancy trash
halibut, direct from ship, fait oxpress, 2I
lb.; fancy black cod, large sixes, 16o lb.;
fancy fresh trout, sis to suit 21o lb.;
fancy fresh royal white Chinook salmon, 20o
lb.; fancy frssh whltefish, 18o lb.; fancy
fresh yellow pike. 18a Ib.j fanoy frsh pick
erel, 16o lb. fanoy fresh red Chinook sal
mon, 25o lb. I fancy fresh blood-red bull
heads, larie, 2Io lb.; medium, lis lb.; fancy
fresh pickerel. 12o lb.; fanoy fresh rook
bass, lb., each 20c; fancy fresh yellow
ring perch, lb. each, 19o; fancy fresh
herring, llo lb.; fancy haddock, 12o lb.;
fancy steak cod, eastern, 16o lb.; fresh crap.
pies, 2O022o lb.; fresh buffalo, large, lie
lb.; fresh whit perch, llo lb.; fresh dressed
oarp, large, 10o lb.; fancy steak cod, west
en, llo lb. fanny gulf red mapper, ;io
lb.; fancy froxen large bas. 20o lb,;
fancy froxen skinned whiting, odd size,
flaky, almost boneless, 15-lb. baskets, per
basket, $2.65; round, 7o lb.; fancy frozen
round pink salmon, 14o lb.; fancy frozen
red salmon, 22a lb.; fancy frozen pink sal
mon, 20o lb. ; fanoy frozen sturgeon, lOo lb.;
fancy frozen Spanish mackerel, 17o lb.;
fancy frozen native Fall mackerel 21o lb.;
fancy frozen flounders, 12o lb.; fanoy
frozen soles, 12a lb.; fancy frozen western
red snapper, lOo lb.; fancy frozen silver
smelt, 12c lb.; fancy frosen No. 1 whit
mullet, (o lb.; fanoy frosen Canadaln Tulll
bee whltefish, average lb., lOo; fancy
frozen Canadian whltefish. large, dressed or
round, 180 lb.; fancy frozen Canadian
dressed pickerel, I2o lb.; fancy frozen Cana
dian round pickerel, lOo lb.; fancy frozen
dressed herring, large, lo lb.; round, 8o lb.;
fancy baraouda, 14o lb.; fancy sea rock
bass, 14o lb.; fancy ros sbad. Mo lb.; fancy
shad roe, per pair, market; fancy smoked
chtnook salmon, 80-lb. boxes, 28o lb . fancy
kippered salmon, 10-lb, baskets, 13 00; fancy
smoked whltefish, lake fish, 10-lb. baskets,
$2.10; fancy kippered cod, 10-lb. baskets,
Oranges 80, 96. 126, 898, 224, $7.50; 120,
176, 216, 260, $8.00. Lemons, Sunklst, $11.60;
Red Bailee, 160, $10.00. Bananas, 7 to
7o lb: California peaches, $1.25 box;
peaches, southern, $3.00 crate. California
plums, $2.75 crate. California apricot.
$3.00. California cherrlca, red and black,
8-lb. basket, $3.25; U. G. cherries, call at
market price, 10-lb. market baskets and
Potatoes, new, 3o lb. Head lettuce.
$4.00 crate; head lettuce, $1.25 dozen; leaf
lettuce, 60c dozen. Cabbage, car lots, 4c
lb.; less quantities, So lb. Onions, yellow.
California, In 100 lb. eacks, !o lb.; onions,
H. G., 20 dot, Radishes, 80c, doz. Asparagus,
60o dozen. Michigan celery, 60 dozen.
Telephone peas, 15c. Cucumbers, 2 do.
box, 12.60, to $2.75 box. Beans, Wax, $3.60
basket; green beans, (2.50 basket Sum'
mer squash, $1.00 dozen. Beets, 40o doz.
Carrots, 40o doz. Artichokes. $1.(0. Green
peppers, 60c. Tomatoes, 4 basket orates,
$1.26. Ltmas, $5.00. Garlic. 17 c. Egg
plants, (2.00 box.
Sand 1, 45s, $4.60; ponys, 64s, $4.00;
flats, 11 to 15 (1.76.
Waterrwlons, (o lb. i '
Crackerjack, checkers, chums $5.60;
case, $2.16. Ear popcorn, 18c lb.; shelled
popcorn 11-lb. pkg 4-doz. case, $4.00. Three
H. honey, 1 lb. glasses, 1. doz. case, $3.86,
Salted peanuts $3.00; peanuts. 17 to 20o lb.
Omaha Hay Market,
.Receipts light on both prairie hay and al
falfa; demand quiet; market easy, with
Hay Choice upland prairie, $18.00: No.
1 upland prairie, $16.00016.60; No. I up
land prairie, $10.00011.00; No. I upland
prairie, (6.0001.00. No. 1 midland, $16,000
16.60: no. I midland, s9.ou011.uu. ro.
lowland, $1.60011.60; No. 2 lowland, $7.(0
08.00: No. I lowland, $5.0006.00.
Alfalfa Choice, $22.00; No. 1, $18,600
20.00; standard, $15.60i$17.50; No. 2, $12.00
1014.60: No. $. $10.00011.00.
etraw uat. ss.Duig j.ov; wnvai, i.vuv
New Tork, July t. Couon futures opened
firm; July.- 8.80c; October, 24.0024.ltO!
December, 2st.0o; January. .23.402!l61c;
uarop, s.svs u
- f$aup. .--v$T,'Sr' W thHr-r i
BILL FOR EIGHT
Act, Which Now Goes to Presi
dent, Increases to $22,000,-
. 000,000 Issues Author
ized Since War Began.
By Associated Press.
Washington, July S.An adminiij
tration bill authorizing issuance of
$8,000,000,000 additional in Liberty
bonds and providing an additional $1,
500,000,000 for loan to the allies, re- .
cently passed by , the house, was
passed late today by the senate with
out amendment or a roll call. It now
goes to President Wilson.
The bill, which was recommended ,
by the Treasury department in an
ticipation, of the fourth. Liberty loan
in October, increases to $22,000,000,
000 the authorizations for bond issues
made since the war began. The new
bonds would bear interest at not more
than 4i per cent
There was no opposition to the
bill and comparatively brief debate.
Senator Simmons of North Carolina
chairman of the finance committee,
in explaining the measure, said the
government's requirements this fiscal
year are estimated about $24,000,000,
000 but that this might have to be
Senators Smoot of Utah and Mc
Cumber of North Dakota, said the
measure should authorize ?1Z,000,0(X).. '
000 additional bonds, while Senatoi
Smoot declared that the country's
production capacity is not large
enough to cause actual expenditure '
this year of $24,000,000,000., :
Eight American Officers
Held in German Camps
t Washington, July S. Names of
eight additional American army of
ficers and one sergeant held prison-,
ers in camps in Germany were an- -nounced
today by the War depart
ment. They are;
At Camp Villingen: Capt. F. John
Hardesty, Winfield, Mo.; captured at
Doignies, March 23, 1918; First Lt.
William Henry Gordon, New York '
City, captured at Michael, April 13.
1918; Lt. Robert Harrison Jeffrey,
Uniontown, .Pa., captured at Lempirc,
March 21. 1918: Lt. Thomas Ben ia-
tnin Kern, Bethlehem, Pa., captured
in irencnes. March n, iyi; Lt. James -Earl
Quigley, Adrian, Pa., captured
at Louycral, March 21, 1918; Lt.
Abraham Strauss, Cleveland, Q., cap
tured at St Emilie, March 22, 1918.
At Camn Mainz: Lt Harold A.
Goodrich, Webster Groves, Mo., cap
tured near Beugny, March 23, 1918.
At Camp Tuchel Sergt. Joseph
Stonina, Webster, Mass., captured at
Romier, March 1, 1918.
The records of the adjutant t
eral's office do not show a Lt. Abra
ham Strauss of Cleveland, O. There
is. however,, a Lt Abraham Strauss
of New York City.
Hostile Air Craft
Near Coast of Jutland
Washington, July 5. A German
airplane was lost off the western coast
of Jutland last night with its crew,
according to an official dispatch to
day from Copenhagen. The plane was
one of a squadron of four flying at
full speed toward the south and was
seen from the shore to fall. A Danish
lifeboat went to the aid of the avia
tors, but could rescue none. ; , '
Express Company Employes
To Receive Wage Increase
New York, July 3. Announcement
that " express company employes
throughout the country will receive an
increase in wages dating from July 1,
was made here tonight by George C.
Taylor, president of the American
Railway Express company, which on
July 1 took over the express busines
on all the railroads of the United
Cent-a-Mile Rail Rate
Asked for Farm Workers .
Washington, July 5. Special rail
road rates of .1 cent a mile for farm
workers were asked today of the rail
road administration by the Depart
ment of Labor.
Speech i Records
Washington, July 5. On motion
of Representative Gillett of Massa
chusetts, acting republican leader of
tne house, President Wilson 6peech
ar Mount vernon yesterday was in--serted
today in the house record.
Nw Tork. July 1. Mercantile Paoor-
Four months, S psr ctnt; sli month, i ir ;
Sterllntf 0-sy hills, $4.T!t4r eommsrrlnl
$0-day bills on banks, $4.U eommerolnl .
50-dar bills, $1.71! demand, 54.753; cabled.
5. tQ 1-10. ,
Francs Dsmahd. IS.TH4; cables, $S.70.
Guilders Demand, 60o: cables. 51o.
Lire Demand, SS.S1; cables. $g.8fl.
Rubles Demand, UWc: cables. 14c. nom. ."
Hllver Bar, S9Hc; Mexlrsn dollars, 77r
Bonds Government, easy; railroad firm.
Tims Loans Steady: SO days. m5l nr
cent; to dsys, tiii per cent; months,
iIii per cent.
Call Money Strong: hlsh. S per cant! :ow.
( per cent; rutins; rate, per cent; cloning
Did, evt per cent; offered at per cent;
last loan, S psr cent.
U. 8. 2s, ref.. I. C.ref. 4s.... 78 '
U. 8. 2s, coupon S Int M. M. s 07?4 '
U. S.- 3s, ref.. SSH'K. C. 8. ret. 5s 724
U. 8. $c, coup. 9 4 L. ft N. un. 4s.. IS .
U. B. Lib. 3Hs (.60M KIT 1st 4s C
U. 8. 4s, rcg.,10S M. Pac. rn. 4s 57 '
U. .8. 4s. coup. 100 Mont. Power 6a 88i
Am. For. Sec. ts ttS. Y. C. deb. Ss 4 .
Am. T. T. 0 ts 18 N. Pac. '4s. . . . . i HI '
Anglo-French ts t2HN. Pac. 2s tS'i
Arm. & Co. 4HS.I4HO. S. L. ref. 4s Kli
Atchlson gen, 4s SOH'Pso, T. & T. ts SM -B.
& O. cv. 4tts 794Ponn con. 4s t&H
B. 8. ref. ts.... SfKPenn. gen. 4 "As SHU
Cen. Leather ts S4 14 Reading gen. 4a 82
Cen. Pas. 1st.. 7$ S L & 8 F a s. . 87
C. A O. cv. ts.. SI 8. Pac. cv. ts.. 0ft
C B. Q., ). 4s S4H Southern By it 9ft
C M 4 8 P 0 4tts 7HT. ss P. 1st.... 82
C 2 1 s r f li SB7 union Fae. 4s.. St
C. & 8. ref. 4H 71HV. 8. Rubber is 7 .
D. A R. a. r. ts 78H U. 8. Steel ts..
D. of C. ts ('31) Sl Wabash 1st 2
Erie gen. 4s.... 63 French gov. Sts it '
Gen. Electric ts SS 'Bid.
Gt. N. 1st SS4j .
New Tork, July I. Metal exchange quotes .
lead firm: spot. $8.06; spelter quiet: East .
8t Louis delivery, spot. $8.S098.70.v "
Jit London Spot copper, 132; futures,
1122: eleotrolytlo, 1$7; spot tin, 1240; fu
tures, f24 lead, spot, 121 10s: futures, f 22
10s; spelter, spot, if 4: futures, 60. .
London Honey. 1
London, July 6. Bar silver 48 12-lcd
. Money 2 per cent. 1 r
Discount Rates Short bills, IH per cent;
three months bills, S t-lt per cent
Vsw Tork. July t. Cotton goods snd.
yarns today were unchanged awaiting price
fixing announcement Wool markets vara
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