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    THE BEE; OMAHA. THURSDAY, AUgUST SV 1918.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
West.
. UNDINE AITS. FOR RENT.
Thf o -room and bath with l-room ac
commodations, located it ..ICS) Dewey
Ave. ' This S an opportunity to get en
apartment In this new building, aa the
tenant la leaving for the army. Rental
$36 iiimmer and ttl winter. Vacant
Aug. 1. ' - - -
TRATOR BROS CO.,
Ill First Nat l Bk. Bldff. Doug. 6886.
NEW apartments. College Terrace, south
east corner (3d and California: I and t
rooms with S and 4-room accommoda
tion; 136 and 140. Bee Janitor, Apt. 1.
or call Tyler 496.
HAMILTON APTS.. fireproof; tine lawn and
flowers; best location; 24th and Farna:
Prices reasonable. Call D. 1473.
T IZARD Palace block, centrally located, I
- or 4-room apts,; also 4-room flat. Superb.
Apply 230 N. 3 ad. Phone Red 4333.
North
g i I 1. V" ... . 1 .T . r...-, H
office. 1. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
KSTABROOK apartment, 626; near post
office. O. P. StebBins. 1610 Chicago.
South, . ,
24l HARNEY ST. 7-room flat,, choice.
close In. 650 per month. Colfax 1229.
Miscellaneous
PETEKS TRUST CO.,
Specialists In Apartment management.
FTSbOM apartment, 625. O. P. StebbtnJ
IMP Chirano.
-FQR RENT Businegf, Property.
, FOR BENT
8,800 Sq. Ft. Floor Space
.1006 .Farnam St.;. three-story and base-
ment brick - building; electric elevator;
steam heat; suitable for wholesale and
manufacturing t
Armstrong-Walsh Company
Tyler 1636. 333 Securities Bldg.
Stores.
COMMISSION DISTRICT
HTH AND HOWARD
Double store; two stories and basement;
total floor space, 7,400 square feet; can
divide.
Armstrong-Walsh Company
Tyler 1636
333 Securities Bldg.
STORE North 16th St., near P. O. low
rent G. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room
WILL RENT to responsible party suits of
office rooms, two private offices and e-
- eeptlon room, beautifully carpeted, mi-
hogany roll top desks and furniture ready
for occupancy. Apply 1424 First Natlon
al Bank Building. Phone Tyler :80.
ATTRACTIVE offices at reasonable rentals
In Ths Be building, where servlee Is
REAL. " Keystons Inv. Co. Tyler 111
Miscellaneous.
. Trackage For Lease
Close In, 35,000 Square Ft.
Thia Is o-ly a fewtblocks from the heart
of town, .ith fine level haul In; good
office building and frame store house and
shade; very favorable long term lease can
. be obtained. Call us or further particu
lars. Armstrong-Walsh Company
Tyler 1636. 333 Securities Bldg.
WANTED TO RENT.
Tarnished Apartments and Houses
.yANTED Good boarding place for two
gins or 10 ana is years, aox nil, pee,
ttRNISHED apartment In best locality. W.
u B. LeVey and wife. Hotel Fontenelle.
MOVINCfAND STORAGE.
IREE
rental TfTriTPT TfV
- LniS dAADUfl. VUUVI. mom.
I STORAGE. MOVING. PACKING.
. ' k REASONABLE RATES.
' FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
430MPLETB LIST OF ALL VACANT
. . 'HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
Hetropolitan VAN A STORAGE O.
Owned and operated by Central Furnl
, turs store; offics on Howard St, between
16th and 16th. Phone Tyler 1400. Have
your moving handled Just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's tte way
we do It Ask to 'see our dally rental lists
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos: moving, packing and
shipping.
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
(06 8 16th. Douglas 4161.
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; careful men. Fur
niture pack., storage. 1417 Chlcsgo. D. 8364
JO DTT'Cn Express Co.. Moving.
. j. IXEjEjU packing and Storage.
121)7 Farnam St. Web. 1743; Douglas 6146
Globe Van and. Storage Co.
For real service in moving, packing and
itorlng call .Tyler 230 or Douglas 4336.
REAL' ESTATE IMPROVED
West
5-ROOM STUCCO,
Hanscom Park District
5-room stucco home south of Hanscom
Park, block to car ' line. Oak finish
throughout; tiled bath; furnace heat; full
brick basement; house In beautiful shape,
and a decided bargain at 13,500; now
vacant; immediate . possession. Ilj, Inter
ested call
J. h. HIATT CO.,
000 First Natl. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 43.
- A REAL BARGAIN
- BUNGALOW
'( rooms all modern, oak finish In living
.and' dining rooms, dining room paneled,
oak floors In all rooms, full cement base
ment, large attic, nice bath room. Only
. one year old, In good location, near car
and school, many new homes In this vi
cinity. A bargain at $3,300. Can ar
range terms. F. D. Wead,, 310 South 18th
St., Tyler 161. ' '
26TH AND M ANDERSON. -l-room,
-all modern cottage, large lot.
shade and fruit trees, cement walks and
paved street paid for. Only $2,800 on
good terms.
P. J. TEBBENS CO.,
606 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. P. 3183.
" ', WEST FARNAM : '
DISTRICT
l-room modern house, near car line,
'on paved street, nice location, close to
school. Just ths place for a ntcs small
boms. Only $3,600, on easy terms. F. D.
Wead, $10 south 18th St., Tyler 161.
ELEGANT HOME
DUNDEE DISTRICT i
' room modern, oak finish down, birch
finish up, very nicely decorated. House
nearly new, east front, a very nice place.
Owner going away. Price, $5,360. F. D.
Wead, 310 South 18th St, Tyler 161.
2024-40 NORTH 60TH.
New bungalows, 4-r. and bath with 1-3
acrs, rood, except furnace. Full cement
basement Cement walks to car. $100
cash, $26 per mo.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.. --
Douglas 1016. ' '
CLOSE In 7-room strictly modern home,
best of repairs, , paved street, located
west of high school. Cash pries, $4,000.
Consider cottage, lot or auto as part pay
ment. Rasp Bros.. 310 Keellne. Tyler 731.
$1,800 BUYS a T-room, parts -modern house;
largs cement basement; Earn for garage;
well and cistern. 4411 Davenport St Call
Douglas $840, v
FOR SALE, v .
Seven-room modern house In Cathedral
district very desirable; price and terms
right Call owner. Webster 1810.
LOT with all Implements; on paved
street;- good ; district; $396 t- $496; $6
down; $5 per month. Doug. 6074.
MODERN; ( rooffif; bat water heat; paved
street; near Crelghton- university; $3,600.
G. P.' Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
NEW up-to-date 7 rooms, oak finish, large
lot, fins location,; price $6,260; terms. 6137
N 34th St. Norrls A Nprrls. ID. 4370
UIN'NlE LUSA homes and lots .offsr 'he
best opportunity to invest your money
, Phone Tyler J87
North.
MILLER PARK SPECIAL, .
SNAP FOR $5,6(10.
Seven-room semi-bungalow, built by
day labor for home, all ths built-in fea
tures, fireplace, etc Screened front porch,
full brick foundation, splendid laundry
with white enamel tuba. Owner Is leav
ing city; $2,000 down will handle.
08 BORNE) -REALTY CO.,
T01 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.- Tyler 496.
W you ars going 10 buy a home, see this
1 first; a fin five-room- house: electric
lights, gag and water. Pries $3,000. Im
wnsr at 3330 Alanderson.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
North.
Miller Park Bungalow
Just listed a six-room, strktly modem
bungalow, located near ISin - St. and
Crown Point Ave. This bungalow Is 36
feet wide and 64 feet long, consisting of
living room, with bullt-la bookcases; col
onnade opening, dining room, built-in
buffet. Sun room, two bedrooms and bath
and kitchen, all on on floor; French
plated doors between sun room and liv
ing room; built-in features In1 kitchen;
full basement, with furnace' heat; south
front, oia, paved street; nice cement drive;
full sise garage. This Is one of the nift
iest bungalows In the city. Seeing ts be
lieving. 8hown only by appointment.
Payne Investment Co.
x ... .
63T Omaha National Bank Bldg.
- d. i78i. y
, MR. COLORED MAN
Buy this 4-room cottage on lot 60x120
where yon have plenty of room for chick
ens and a garden and are not too far from
cat line. The owner of this place at 3226
Plnkney street has.mado a very low price
to sell this month and will sell on pay
ments of 650 cash and 68 per month. Buy
this for your home. It's worth more than
the price asked.
CREIGH, SONS & CO.,
REALTORS.
Douglas 200.
608 Bee Bldg.
NEARLY NEW 5-ROOM
COTTAGE,
$375 CASH, BALANCE
LIKE RENT
Located at 3463 Hartmau avenue, one
block west of 24th St. car line, where the
houses are all new; has large combination
living room with alcove and dining room
finished In oak, well arranged kitchen and
two nice sleeping rooms) and bath all on
one floor; first-class plumbing through
out; electric light and gas; furnace heat;
corner lot; house now vacant ,ready to
move into. See us about it at once.
' HASTINGS & HETDEN, 1
1614 HARNEY ST. PHONE TYLER 60.
WANTED.
EXPERIENCED MILLINERY
MAKERS,
APPLY T. F. LIND
HAYDEN BROS.
MILLER PARK
BUNGALOW
I rooms, all modern, close to car and
Miller park, very good location, has gar
age. 83,600, cash or terme. F. D. Wead,
810 South 18th St., Tyler 161.
6-ROOM cottage, partly modern, near 44th
and Lake, 83,300. 3600 cash, balance like
rent Also small cottage near 30th and
Tlnton Will trade. A. McClellan. 8210
S 23d. Douglas 7383.
YOUNG ft DOHERTY.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
333 BRANDEIS THEATER. DO. 1671.
South.
FIELD CLUB
BUNGALOW
14,860 buys an attractive, well h.uilt, 6
room modern bungalow, finished In oak
and white enamel, with oak floors
throughout; having sun Toom, living room
with brick fireplace, dining room, kitchen,
- two bedrooms, tiled bath and tiled front
vestibule; full cemented basement,1 fur
nace heat, laundry connections; stairway
to floored attic; storm windows and
screens; built In 1(16 lot 46 by 166 feet;
something desirable; investigate.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
REALTORS. ,
City National Bank Bldg. Douglas 766.
HANSCOM PARK
BUNGALOW
6 room modern bungalow near park,
extra large lot, good location, close to
car. Price J8,200. Can arrange terms." F.
D. Wead, 310 South 18th 8V Tyler :61.
WANT offer on 6-room mod. cottage; easy
terms. South 20th-, near Vinton. Call
Tyler 1672. -
INTER-STATE REALTY CO..
913-14 City National ..
BIG SNAP.
40x66, with 8-room house, on t4th. Just
south of Leavenworth, only 11.600.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
Miscellaneous.
8-ROOM MODERN PRESSED BRICK
HOUSE FOR ONLY 84,600.
in good order, oak finish, fireplace
large porches, shade trees, lot 60x124,
garage, paving paid, near nice park.
Owner leaving city.
' VV. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1104.
6-ROOM cottage, two blocks from oar, full
lot, 12,000. Terms, 6300 casb.balanc 330
per month.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL.
643 Paxton Block.
FOR quick sale or rent of your property call
A. J. DAVIS CO., Doug. 7160. 230 8. 13th
St., Real Estate and Insurance.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER & SHOT WELL,
303 S. 17th St. Douglas 6013.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St. Douglas 1064.
MODERN, 7 .rooms hot water heat; double
garage; paved street; bargain. G. P.
Stebblns 1610 Chicago.
F D WEAD SELLS REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE Business Property,
CLOSE IN
WHOLESALE LOCATION
100x132
Northeast corner Fourteenth and Pa
cific; fine f6r manufacturing, warehouse
or wholesale purposes One of the best
close to business district lots in Omaha.
Ws hav a price that Is rlgho
Armstrong-Walsh Company
Tyler 1636.
333 Securities Bldg.
BIG BARGAIN IN SO. OMAHA.
The brick store building at No. 3606
W St., being the west 36 test of the 3
story building; south front, taxes all-paid
Rents for $668 per year. Pries $3,600.
oBENSON & MYERS CO..
' Realtors.
434 Omaha Nat. Bank Bid Doug. 746.
WIS WILL buy your home or business prop
erty and pay cash.
H. A. WOLFE CO..
Bleotrlo Bldg. Tyler 6$
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. V. TUKEI A SON,
630 First National Bank Bldg.
M'fiAOlIE INVESTMENT CO.
Income, Business and Trackage Specialists.
16tb and Dodge Sts iioukiup iim,
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES.
ONE smaller lot upon which to build a
home; csn exchange for sevsn-passenger
Davis auto. Call South 2106.
Holt Co. farm, a-ood soil, fair improvements,
60 per a. Would consider good house 1st
pmt Mr. Pease. 311 BrannVls Thes Bldg.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED,
South
V
rOR SALE 3 tots, lust south of Elmwood
Park In Overlook addition. Owner leaving
City. Will sell cheap for cash. Address
Box T 1188. Omaha Bee,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
vr
' Dundee.
A BARGAIN IN DUNDEE
FOR BALE Two-storv. sight-room mod
era-house; largs finished attic, sleeping
porch, oak floors down stairs, large base
ment and laundry room, good furnace
nice grounds and shads trees. One-half
oiock irom car line, uasy terms, van
owner. Walnut 2343.
DUNDKS HOME 8200 down for a strktly
modern, bra fa new, 6-room bungalow.
Liberty bonds 01 W. S. stamps same as
cash. Douglas 8840 or Colfax 4193. owner.
DUNDEE 2-story frame. 7 rooms, modern
hcs st a bargain pries, C A, Orlm-
mj rnona u. 161.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Miscellaneous
. FOR sals.
Two beautiful lota south t Elmwood
Tark la Overland addition, full six tots
60x160, Will take Liberty bonds aa pay.
ment. Owner going to camp, must bil
Act flulck. Address Box T 4J6. Omaha
Be.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
- Wanted Bungalows
For Sale
Having sold practically all ths bunga
lows ws bad listed the last two weeks,
we have good buyers tor bsngalows, In
v good localities nearly new that can be
.handled on terms and cash at ths right
pries
It .wanting to sell, see us at ones, .
Payne Investment Company
637 Omaha Natl. Bank. Douglas 1781.
WANTED RANCH OR FARM
Press brick business block and residence
"property; also $30,000 worth mortage pa-
SS. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
313 City Nat'l Bank Bldg
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE WANTED
It you have a substantial, modern (furnace
not Important), five-room boms In good
neighborhood and on through car line that
you will sell on payments with about $300
to $500 cash payment telephone South
11 JO and glvs pries and location at once.
Must bs clear and all on ons floor, and
worth around $1,000. Distance not Impor
tant If good location and near through car
line. 3610 8 J5th street
FINANCIAL.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
HAVE that Installment loan oa your home
changed to a straight five-year loan and
relieve yourself of that monthly burden.
EH. Lou gee, Inc. 638 Keellne Bldg.
HARRISON &EMORTON,
919 Omaha Nat. Bank- Bldg.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son. Keelkie Bldg.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on band for mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LANDS.
W. T. GRAHAM,
604 Bee Bldg. Douglas 1633.
r-l CT FARM LOANS , Kl ty
O73 lO . PAUL PETERSON. Jv2 l
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 3718.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6. 6H and ( Per Cent
i. H. DUMONT CO.. Keeline Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sis.
Private Money.
SHOPEN A COMPANY Douglas 4238.
Financial Wanted.
THERE Is no better Investment than a high
grade first mortgage bearing 6 per cent
Interest and aecured by an Omaha resl.
denes. E. H. Lougee. Inc., 638-40 Kee
llne Bldg.
Miscellaneous
LOW RATES.
C O. Carlberg, 313 Brandels
Theater Bldg.. Doug 686
FARM AND RANCH XAND3
ANGUST 6TH.
Our text excursion to McOehse. Ark.
W. 8. FRANK. 301 NEVILLE BLK.
Colorado Lands.
COLORADO LAND.
A good 480 tract near Akron, Washing
ton county, A good buy at pries asked.
Clauson Bros., Klron, la. -
FOR Bale or Trade 806 acres of farm land;
130 acres broke up. For particulars
writ to C A Pearson, Winston. Logan
Co., Colo.
Maryland Lands.
Maryland water front farm. Mild climate.
Cat'g e. Russell Realty Co . Baltimore. Md.
Missouri Lands.
GREAT BARGAINS $5 down, $5 monthly
buys 40 sores; good fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri; price
only $230. Address Box 282-C, Spring
field. Mo
Nebraska Landsi
NIOBRARA RIVER RANCH
. SHERIDAN COUNTY
'6084 acres crossed by the Niobrara
river; 1 miles from town; 2,000 acres
farm tand, part of which la most fertile
vatlsy land; 3,000 acres most excellent
pasturb and tray land; upland also grows
alfalfa; two sets of Improvements; fenced
end cross fenced; cuts 600 tons of bay and
alfalfa; summers 700 head of cattle and
winters 400; plenty of timber. This
ranch is situated in a good farming coun
try, where nearby farms are held at
from $60 t $70 per acre "and advancing
rapidly. Price $22.60 per acre. Reason
able payment; balance 6 per cent. Will
consider well Improved 60 or quarter
near city as part payment.
WHITE & HOOVER
464 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CHEYENNE COUNTY,
NEBRASKA, BARGAINS
Fins 4 seo. Imp. farm near Lodgepois.
Can glvs possession March 1, 1919.
Vi sec 4Vi miles from Lodgepole; all
broke out, and fenced, ready for fall
wheat; land lays perfect.
160 acres with 100 acres broks out,
ready for fall whaat; V, crop goes with
land delivered to market Land level as
a floor; IVt miles from town.
Fine improved quarter, 110 acres under
cultivation; fenced and cross fenced. Pos
session March 1, 1919. One-third this
year's crops goes with land if sold soon.
Write
C. L. TATE,
669 OAMHA NAT. ffANK, OMAHA. NEB.
FOR SALE 800-acrs ranch, 196 acres cul
tlvated; well Improved; two wells, fine
gas tractor, threshing outfit and other
farm machinery; soma crop, all for $15,
000; possession at one. Near Wellfleet.
Come-and ses It H. J. Seeley, Wellfleet,
Neb.
YORK COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE.
Some extra good bargains. Well Im
proved. Also a fireproof garage for
trade on farm In central Nebraska,
Rents at $176.00 per month. M. O. Hick
man, 1086- Elmer Ave., York, Neb.
WRITE ms for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches In god old Dawes
count. Arab L. Hungerford. Crawford,
-Neb.
SEVERAL exceptionally good combination
grain ana stock farms for sale In north
west Nebraska. Bend for list Kloke Inv.
uo.. umaha.
WE specialize in the sal of Nebraska
ranches, largs and small. White & Hoov
er, 464 Omaha Natl PMio-
MERRICK COUNTY improved com and
.aim . inv nsni price. . a.
n.ijtiit central uuy, weo.
160 ACRES Improved, close In, paved road.
"mi", ess securities Bldg.
Oklahoma Lands.
IMPROVED farms In a section that has
never hail & rimitrht Aiwa.,. iAt. .
falL Small cash payment; ten years for
iu uaiancs. writs w, H. - Jones, Imml
gratlon Agent. Texas, Oklahoma & East
srn Railroad Co.. Broksn Bow. Okl.
WvominsT Lanrla
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a..
including paid up water rights Henry
..Levi ft c. M Rylander. 864 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM LAND WANTED.
WANTED Rv m.rrl t, .... , ..;'
to rent a farm vhp4 tkniii. ntin.
to furnish horses and machinery, also
to leave a lew milk cows and brood sows
on farm. Wall experienced In farming
nu ioca raising, ana can glv A No. 1
references. Will take one-third the crop,
I the same Increase In stock. Charles L
inne. uiarKS, nod
PAH MM WiVlurn
Don't list jour farm with us If yon
widi io -eep iii . '
E. P. 8NOWDBN ft BON.
610 Elect Blda- rn.i.. at?i
WANTEttTo hear from owner of good
am fn. ..I. a,... . . . . . .
lr price, niii aescripuon
Or V. Bush. Minneapolis. Minn.
HorsesLive Stock Vehicles.
FEEDING and breeding ewes for sal.
J. g. Patterson. Banders. Mont
For Sale.
A GOOD l.vur.nlH hlb- rrL ' i.
- - - .. uui r ur $ i
the Independent Bakery Co., 1419 North
IMMUNE PIOS. IVs and a months old. ilO.
OMAHA 1IYE STOCK
Cattle Market Ruts Ten to fif
teen Cents Lower Packers
Bearish Toward Hogs
Shippers Buy.
Omaha, Aug. T.
Receipts were Cattle. Hogs. 8heep.
Official Monday 19.190 4.311 8.S31
Official Tuesday 13,136 11.76$ 1L660'
Estimate Wednesday.... 9.606 13,300 13,000
Three days this week. .40,816 31,364 31,782
Sams days last week.. .86,313 30.131 44,886
Sams two weeks ago.... 33,031 34,816 36,316
Sam three weeks ago, .33,044 40,411 31.062
Sam a year ago. ,16.387 36.63$ $1.(40
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
ths Union Stock yards, Omaha, Neb., tor
34 hours ending at $ 0 clock August 7,
191$.
RECEIPTS.
1 Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C, M. St. P 6 18
Wabaah t 1
Missouri Pacltlo ....... 4 $
Union Pacific 60 63 44
C. A N. W., east T 4
C. ft N. W.. west $0 48 1
O., St. P., M. 0 3 16
C, B. ft Q , east 14 4 3
ft, B. ft Q., west.... ..160 36
C, R. I. ft P.. east.... $ 13 3
C. R. I. ft P., west.... ... 1
Illinois Central 1 4
Chicago tit. West 10 3
Total receipts 346
DISPOSITION.
Cattle
Morris ft Co... .1.193
Swift & Co 1.693
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1,480
Armouf ft Co 1.3S9 .
Schwarts A Co
J. W. Murphy..... .....
Lincoln Packing Co.. 65
S. Om. Packing Co 41 .
Wilson Packing Co.. 23
W. B. Vansant Co.. 2
F. B. Lewis..... 199
J B. Root ft Co 35
J. H. Bulla 11
Rosenstock Bros.... 443
F G. Kellogg IKS
Werthelmer ft Degen 4SS
H. F. Hamilton 41
Sullivan Bros 40
Hlggins 8
Huffman 34
Roth 24
Meyers 2
(TTnssborg I..,.. 3K
John Harvey 70.1
Dennis ft Francis.... 87
Pat O'Dea i
Otbf Buyer 8.616
199
Hogs.
1.637
3,470
2.777
3.344
994
3.426
49
Sheep.
843
1.778
3.378
1,098
6,366
Totals 11.761 18,647 11.962
Cattle Receipts were liberal, estimated
early at 9,500 head of cattle, and while up
to mldforenoon very little of any conse
quence had changed hands, prospects were
that desirable beef wo vd , sell at about
steady with yesterday's average prices,
with 10016c lower oq fie medium and com
mon grades of beef. There were very few
natives in the offerings quotable from
$17.0018.40 on the good to prime beeves,
and from $15 00017.00 on the medium
grades. Butcher stock opened sbout steady
with yesterday's low time, good to choice
cows selling anywhere from $8.$510.26;
ftr in iroort butcher stock, from 7.6Uti'S.zt.
As compared with a wsek ago cows are $100
2.00 lower, and the duik 01 me siorro,
11 nn lnwnr. Stockers and tecdera were about
steady and around $1.60 lows than last
week. . . ,
Quotations on cattls: Choics to prime
beevps, $17.7618.40; good to choice Beeves,
$17.0017.76; fair to good beeves. $16.00
17.00; common to fair beeves,' $11. 0014. 76;
good to choice yearlings, $16.6017.50; fall
to good yearlings, $13.7515.7S; common
tn fair vear nx. 67.75ft 11. Hl; gooa w
choice grass beeves, tlS.Sfi 16.60; fair to
good grass beeves, $1 3.26 14.76 ; common
to fair grass beeves, $9.0012.60; good to
choice heifers, $9.00(9110.76; good to choice
cows, $8.2510.25; fatr-to good cows, $7.76
68.26; .common to-fair cows, is.ovW'.ov;
prime feeders. $12.2513.00 good to choice
foeders, $10.5012.00; falqsto good feeders.
$8.5010.6I); common "to iair imo, .uU
munn- rood to choice stockers. $8.6010.60;
stock heifer. $7.60--25; stock cows. $6.60
stags etc., $9.0010.60.
Hnira Recelnts today amounted to u.suo
head mnkintr the total run for the three
days this week 81,364 head. Shippers had
a few more orders this mornlnMhan yes
terday and were out In Jths yards lining
them at a fairly early hour. Yesterday's
weak extreme close makes comparison
rather difficult. Bhippsrs purchased most
nf their hoes around 818.20 11.76, with a
few at $18.90 and a top of $19.10. Packers
were bearish In their attitude again today
and although a few hogs were sold at
speedy prices, the general market is steaay
to fully 100 lower than yesterday. Bulk of
the sales wars $18.10 18.80, with ths top
at $19.10. . .
Sheen There was another rainy imerai
run of sheep hers today estimated at 13,000
head, making the run for ths first half of
the week 81,782 head. Th lamb market
opened In 'fairly good shaps this morning
with feeder lambs selling at $17.26, which
Is steady with yesterday's prices, no fat
Iambs had been sold tin the early rounds
but the market was itenerslly considered
at least steady with yesterday.
Quotations on sheep: Lambs, good 10
choice, $16.60017.60; lambs,, fair to good,
114.00(18.50; lambs, leeaers, iid.odww.ov;
yearlings, good to choice, $l$.0014.60i
yearlings, fair to good, $18.7513.00; year
ling feeders, f 10.754913.80; swes, good to
choice, $11.00018.00; ewes, fair to good.
$10.00011.00.
ChlcSgo Live Stock.
Chlcaso. Aus. 7. Cattle Receipts. 6,000
head. Market very dull, mostly steady at
yesterday's decline; calves closed steady
with yesterday. Beef cattle :Oood, choice
and prime, $17.O018.80; common and me
dium 810.00017.00. Butcher stock: Cows
and heifers, $7.00014.86. Canherg and cut
ters: $6.0007.00. Stockers and feeders:
Good, cbolcs and fancy, 810. 00f 13.00; In
ferior, common and medium, $7.6010.00.
Veal calves: Good and choice, $16.6017.26.
Hoks Receipts, 7,000 head. Market gen
erally 16c to 20o higher; a few common
nacklne- crades about steady wlttt yester
day. Butchers, $19.1619.90: light, $19.60
19.96; packing, $13.00lf.ou; rougn, sk.sm
18.00: bulk of sales, 616.25019.26; plgl,
good and choice, $17.76 18.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, It 000 head.
Sheep, steady; lambs, steady to 16o higher;
best Wisconsin lambs, $18.26; feeders, 817.40;
T.mh: Choice nd Prime. 317.60O18.2B;
medium and good. $16.60 017.80; culls, $13.00
tal4.00. Ewes: Choics ana prims, n.Jw
13.90; medium and good, $11.00Ol$.!6; culls,
$4.6009.60. -
Sioux City Llv Stock,
Sioux City, la., Aug. 7. Cattle Receipts,
1.600 head; market steady: beef steers, $8.78
015.60: fat cows and heifers, 68. 76011. 85;
canners, $6.0007.76; stockers and feeders,
$8.76012.50; feeding COWS ana neuers,
$7.7608.76.
Hon- finn.lnte. 8.500 head: market
steady; light, $18.60019.00; mixed, $18,400
18. 6C; heavy, 18.0Ol-4o; ouis "i ss,
$18.00019.00.
No sheep.
Si. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louts, Aug. 7. Cattle Rece)pts, $,000
head. Market steady. Natlvs beef stsrs,
MONEY tOLOAN.
Organised by ths Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes ss secuni?
$40. 1 mo.. H. goods, totsl, $3.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts. proportionate Tats
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
432 Securities Bldg., 16th ft Farnam. Ty, 86$
LOANS OB DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
Cf SMALLER LOANS. OOL
I O W. C. FLAT AD EST. 1891 V0
4TH FUR. BECURITINES BLDO. "I'Y. 50.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Barry
Maloshock. 1514 Dodge D. 6619 Est 1891.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRT LOANS-
LEGAL NOTICES.
'Notice to Contractors,
By direction at th property commute of
the Board of Regent of ths University of
Nebraska, bids will bs received until 4
o'clock n. m.. Monday. August 26th. 1919,
at the offics of thv' undersigned, for ths
construction of a laboratory building In
Animal Pathology and Hygiene on ths Uni
versity farm campus near Lincoln.
Bids must be in strict accordano with
plans, drawings and specifications now on
file In th office of ths superintendent of
construction In ths University administration
building at Lincoln. Bidders must apply to
and confer With th superintendent on all
matters concerning construction and bids
thereon snd must In all case us th Blank
forms preparsd tinder thes direction of said
suoerlntsndent for bidding purposes. Ap'
proximate estimated cost of said building
is $40,000. Bids must b accompanied by
bank caiMers check or certificate of de-
posit psyabls unconditionally to ths Board of
Regents of tns university oc Nsorasxa in ma
amount stated in th "instructions to bid
ders," accompanying plans and rpeolflcatlons.
Bids must be sealed and plainly marked on
the outside cover "Animal Pathology lab
oratory." Ths right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
J.B. DALES. Secretary .
Station A, Lincoln,
Eggs Drop Jwo Cents in
New Fair
Trice
List.
Thes maximum prices of retailers are
effective at one. No merchant la allowed
to charge mors for ths Items, as stated be
low. .
Eggs dropped 2 cents per dozen in
the fair price list for this week, while
new potatoes tumbled lt cent per
pound. . Ham was raised 2 cents per
pound, as was also r-orn syrup on
the larger packages. The new prices
are: '
Browa sugar, per lb. 94
Sugar, pr lb 94
Flour (Nebraska) 14-lb No. 1 $1.66
48-lb.. No. 1 $3.00
" Bulk. Vt lb..., 07
Hominy .05H
Oswsgo cornstarch .12H
Cornstarch .10
Cornmi-aU per lb., whits 06H
. Tallow m
Cornflour .06 H
New potato, per lb. 03 Vs
Butter, per lb,, creamery No. 1...... .60
NV
Eggs, selects ,43
No. 1 41
No, S 31
Bread, (U. S. standard loaf, wrapped).
13-oa. single loaf 03
13- oa. loaf (3) .16
14-os. loaf .10
34-os. loaf 16 1
Crackers (Victory) oatmeal ........ .20
Graham .20
Corn .. .20 '
Soda .30
Rice (In bulk), per lb.. No. 1 14
No. a .u
Barley flour 06 H
Rye Graham flour, 34-lb. sack $1.76
Rye flour, 34-lb. sack.. $1.76
In bulk, Her lb , .. .0$
Oatmeal (In bulk), per lb. 07
Beans, per lb., Navy No 1 .16
Pinto, best No. 1 ., 13H
Bacon, per lb.t
Whole pieces, wrapped, No. l....v.- .60
Sliced ... 60
No. 1 47
Sliced 65
Ham (whole) No. 1 skinned...... 37
No. 1 regular.; 37
Shoulders 28
Lrd, per 'lb., No. 1 purs 33
Compound 28
Oleomargarine (In cartons), per lb.
No. 1 .38
No. 1 83
New cabbage, best quality, per lb.,.. .06
Corn syrup (In cans), lH-lb. .... ... .15
3-lb. 20
6-lb. .45
10-lb, 80
Sam price to" ry or graham. Thva
prices ar for cash and carry or credit
and delivery,
Not 1. Thes price ar for cash over
counter.
Note t. An additional charge may be
mads for ..delivery or credit to eustomers.
$11.60018.28; yearling steers and heifers,
$9.50015.60; cows $7.60013 60; stockers
and feeders, 18.60012,00; fair to prime
southern beet steers, $10.00017.70; beet
cows and heifers, $7.60016.00; native calves,
$7.7514.00. x
Hogs Receipts, 8,700 head. Market high
er. Lights, $19.70080.00; pigs, 81H IB 19.2S ;
mixed and butchers. $19.66030.00; good
heavy. $19.76010; bulk of sales, $19,660
19.90.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1.200 head
Market steady. Lambs, $14.00017.00; ewes
$11.00012.00; canners and choppers, $6.00(1
9.0
Kansas City Live Stock,
Kansas City Aug. 7. Cattle Receipts,
17,000 head. Market slow. Prime fed steers,
$17.25018.60; dressed beef steers, $12.60
12.00; western steels, $10.0U15.00; cows
$6.00011.60; heifers. $7.60013.60; stockers
and feeders. $7.60016.60; bulls, I6.00ff9.60;
calves, $6.60011.00.
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head. Market
higher. Bulk of sales, $18.90019.50; heavy,
619.40O1I.70! packers and butchers, $19.20
010.66; light, $18.76019.00; pigs, $15,760
16.60.
Sheep, and Lambs Receipts $,000 head
Market strong. Lambs, $15.0001760; year
lings, $11.00015.00; wethers, $10.00014.60;
ewes, $8.00013.00. i
M Joseph Live Stock,
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 7. Cattle Receipts,
4,500 head; market lower; steers, $9,000
18.00; oows and heifers, $5.60015.00; calves,
$8.00013.00.
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head; market high
er; top, $19.60; bulk, $18.86019.60. .
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 600 head;
market higher; lambs, $12.60 17.60; ewes,
$6.00013.00.
.Omaha Hay Market. '
Receipts, light; demand good for both
prairie hay and alfalfa; market firm, and
higher on all grades
Upland Prairie Hay' Choice, $23.00; No. 1,
$19.00023.00; No 2, $16.00016.00; No. 3,
$9.00 013 00 No.' 1 midland, $19.00021.09;
No.2 midland, $14.00017.00. No. 1 low
land, $14.00016.00; No. I lowland. $10,000
11.00; No. S lowland, $8.0009.00.
Alfalfa Choice, izs.uu; mo. 1, izi.dqq)
34.00: standard. $20.00021.00: No. 2. $17.00
O19.00; No. 3, $11.00014.0. Nl
Straw Oats. $9.00010.00; wheat, 99.000
10.00.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruit.
New York, Aug. 7. Evaporated Apples-
dull; stats, 18HO160. i
Prunes Firm; californias, (Ol6c; ure-
gons, 12H016C. .
Apricots Firm; choice, 16c; extra cholos.
18 c; fancy, 19 a.
Peaches Quiet; standard, 13013HC;
choice, 124 013ttc; fancy, 14014ttc
jxaiains r irm; loose muscaiei, vo; onoice
to fancy seeded, lOVlOllc; seedless; (HO
11 Vic; London layers, 83.00.
Chicago General.
Chicago. 111., Aug. 7. Butter and Eggs-
Market unchanged,
Potatoes Market lower; receipts, 55 cars;
Virginia barreled cobblers, 84.5604.76;
Minnesota Early Ohlos, bulk, $2.0002.10,
sacked, $2.152.20; Illinois Early Ohlos,
$$.002.10. -
Poultry A ivs. fowls. 29K30c: springs,
81c.
Copper Price Fixed,
Washington, Aug. 7. Ths maximum pries
of copper will remain 26 cents a pound until
November 1, through an agreement under
stood to have been reached today between
the price fixing committee ef the War In
dustries board and copper producers, sub
ject to approval by President Wilson.
London Honey.'
London. Aug. 7. Bar Sliver, Money and
pisoount Rates Market unchanged.
. , , . i
Sngar Market.
New Tork, Aug, 7. Sugar Raw, steady
and unchanged, r- i
' Lead Market.
New York, Aug. 7. Lead Unohangsd,
Spelter, firm; EasfSt. Louis spot t.20O-$0c
Linseed Market,
Duluth, Aug. T. Unseedj, $4.27.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Patrick H.Hyland to Joseph Stein,
. Capitol avs 130 ft. east of 37th
av., north side, $3x116... $
Aaron P. Brady and wife ts John Al
corn, Meredith ave., 14$ ft. east of
$4tb st.t south slds, 48x136
Fred O. Kahnsn and wlfs to Wilbur
C. Bouk, 43d St., 41 ft. north , ef
1,000
3,100
3,760
Chicago St.. West side, 43x100.
Martin Rees and wits to pahnsbrog
Lodge No. IK, I. 0 O. F., t(th
ave.. $40 ft. south of Scrague St.,
east side, 40x1(4 "$
Oman Casket CO. to . u. Jensen,
13th at., lit ft. south of Orace St..
west Bid. 183x302 3.000
E. E. Jensen and wife to Sinclair Re
fining Co. 13tJi St., 131 ft. south of
Gracs st, welt side, 133x303 1
Carrl A. Csrpentsr to David C. Mc
Dowell. Locust at.. 74 ft. west of
30th St., north (Ids, 60x124 6,000
Richard R. Evans and wlfs to Orlie
A. Gordon. (6th St.. 11$ ft south of
Farnam St., east slds, 70x130 3.600
Union Investment Co. to Fred Busch,
s. e. oo r. 14th and Pacifio sts .
. $4X81 '. 6.000
United Real Estate and Trust Co. et
at to James A. Lyons, Buggies St.,
121 ft. east of 13d st.. south side.
Irregular piece.. ........ .......... 1,975
John chmlerer, Jr., and wife to Gor
ton Both. s. . cor. 17th and Dewey
ave.. 128x122 6i,000
Ollle L. Blackmond and husband to
John 8 Engdahl et al, s. . cor.
30th and Sheffield, (6x113 2.800
McCague Investment Co. to Frank H.
Blank. Arbor st.. 11 ft. east of
28th St., south side, 39x96........ 700
Lillian Morgan, and - husband to
Stanislaus Kaeella. n. w. cor, 16th
and Oak sts.. 96x168. 1
Lucy W. Evans to Maxmillan Rem
racsk. 8l7h St.. (4 ft north of Cas-
teller St. west side, 47x120 3,050
Trotter Freed.
Chicago, Aug. 7.-Harry Trotter
one of the defendants in the Indus
trial Workers oi the world con
spiracy trial. -was discharged by fed
eral Judge Landis today. Trotter, who
is said to be (uttering irom an incur
able disease, appeared on .the yerge
c i : l -nn.. I
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Grain Seceipts Moderate to
Light; Corn Two Cents Up
to Two Cents Off; Oats
Half a Cent Higher.
Omaha, Aug. T-
Receipts of grain today were 143
cars of wheat, 39 cars of corn ' 6
cars of oats snd no ry or barley. Arrivals
a week sgo wer 114 cars of wheat, 47 cars
of corn, 11 cars of oata and 1 car each of
barley snd ry. Corn prices ranged from
Jo higher to to lower. In ths good grades
whit and mixed war about steady and
yellow generally showed an advance. Off
grades of whits and mixed were lower
while yellow of this kind was generally
higher. Oats prices wer Mo higher and
wheat firm.
PRIMARY MOVEMENT.
Receipts (bu.) Today. Year Ago
Wheat 4,041.000 1,043,000
Corn 696,000 (46.000
Oats 1,768,000 1,087,000
Shipments (bu.)
Wheat , 751.00(1 600.000
Corn $34,000 468.000
Uata (14.000 (30,000
UNITED STATES CLEARINGS.
Today. Year Ago
Wheat 63,006
Corn 133,000 128.000
Oats $3,000 139.000
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chlcsgo ., 960 151 $34
Minneapolis. (42 ...
Kansas City 40T 1 (
Bt. Louis (69 $1
Winnipeg 23 ... ...
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts (ears) Today. Wk.Ago, L.Yr.
Wheat .....143 114 1
Corn $9 47 73
Oats 4 11 1$
Rya 4 t
Barley 1 ..
Shipments (cars)
Wheat 103 41 IT
Corn 46 T$ 11
Oat 1 11 $8
Rye t
Barley 1 ... 1
Corn No. 1 white: H ear, $1.91 No. $
while: 3 cars, $1.93. No. $ white; I cars,
$1.89. No. 4 whilst 1 csr, $1.86; S cars,
$1.84. No. ( white: $ oars, $1.80; 1 oar,
$1.73. No, ( while: 1 car. $1.67; I ears,
$1.66; 1 car, $1.68. Sample whits: 1 car,
$1.50. No. 8 yellow: 1 ear, $1.78. No. $
yellow: 1 1$ cars, $1.76. No. 4 yellow t 4
cars, $1.70. No. 6i yellow: 4 cars, $1.(7.
No. ( yellow: t fare, $1.(4; 1 ear, (1.(8; 1
car. $1.62; car, $1.61. Sample yellow:
1 car, $1.65; H car, $1.64. No. $ tnlxed:
3 cars, $1.66; H car, $1.66. No. 4 mixed:
1 car, $1.78. No. ( mixed I ears, $1.(3;
1 car, (1.60. Sample mixed: ( cars, $1.60;
1 car, $1.45.
Oats Standard: 4 -cars, (Sfco. No. $
white: 6 cars, 68HO.
Wheat No. 1 hard: 1ft cars, $2.18 tt. No. t
hard: ( cars, $3.17; ( cars, $8.16tt. No, 3
hard: 8 cars, 82,12V,. No. 4 hard: 1 car
$2.11; 1 car, $3.1 $ cars, $2.09. No." l"
spring: 4 cars. No. 8, northern. Nov $
spring: 1 car, $1.10, northern, No, 1 mixed:
1 car. No. 4, smutty. No. I mixed: 1 car,
No. (; 1 car, No. 5; $ cars, No. t, smutty.
No. S mixed: 1-3 car $3.01.
Closing Chicago prices, furnished Th Bss
by Logan ft Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
315 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art. Open. High. Low. Close. Test.
Corn. I
Aug. 1 66 1 69 H 156 ' 1 68 H 168 ',4
Sop. 1 6 Iff 0 J 6$ 159 1 (1 U2
Oct. I 60OV4 164 1(0 13$Mttl6$tt
Oals. I
Aug. 68U (9U U 69 H (1H
Hp. 66HOH (9 68H69H0 66 (8
Oct. 69066 . 70V, (SK TOKO
Pork.
Sep. 44 50 44 $ 44 10 44 II 44 TO
Lnrrt.
Nop. 26 77 H 26 80 28 TO 26 T7t, 21 75
Oct. 29 70 26 (0 26 67 36 77 Vs 2$ 79
Ribs.
Hep. 24 88 (4 (( 34 7$ $4 77H $4 77
Oct. 26 00 26 00 24 99 24 93HI24 (8
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Damage Done Crop by excessive Heal Gives
Cora Market Upward Swing.
Chicago, Aug. 7. Government announce
ment that much actual damage had been
done by excessive heat fully offset in th
corn market today the bearish Influence
of welcome rains. Prices closed unsettled
$1.61 to $1.(3: September, $1.68 to
(1.68 4,; October, H cent otf to a like ad
yance, compared With $4 hours before. Oats
gained tto to He to lo. The outcome In
provisions varied from 46o decline te a
rise of to.
At first, corn prices underwent a decided
break, owing to rainfalls in Nebrask, Iowa,
Kansas and Oklahoma. On the other band,
tho forecast did not Indicate any general
relief from heat and drought In other see.
tlons of the belt. Consequent rallies en
sued, and when the bullish- nature of the
government weekly report became known,
the market scored a sharp advanos. As de
mand, however cam mostly from shorts.
the strength was not of a lasting sort, and
there was evident a good deal of uncertain
ty at the close.
Big export purchasing, said to aggregate
mora than 600,000 bushels, gavs strength to
oata ' Liberal country offerings and- the
fluctuations ot , corn (tag only temporary
bearish effect
Hogs at nearly ths highest level on rec
ord upheld lard and ribs. Pork, however,
could not , b disposed ot unless notable
cpncesslons wers offered.
Cash Quotations Corn No. I -yellow,
$1.79; No. 1 yellow, $1.7101.77; No. 4 yel
low, $1.6001.70.
Oats No. I whit !8 069ttej standard,
6970o.
Rye No. 2, 31.6701.68.
Barley 90c$l, 00
Timothy $6.5009.00.
s Clover Nominal.
rork Nominal
Lard 326.61.
Ribs $24.00026.00. -
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
rhlcsiro. Ill . Aus. 7. Rain In the west
and southwest giving Itimi relief to threat
ened crops had a bearish effect today on
the corn market, General selling took plaoe
but on the break commission houses be
came Active buyers. Forecssts of additional
moisture, however, tended to. ehsck upturns.-
Opening prices, which ranged from
to lUa lower, with September 91.10 to
$1.(1 and October $1.60 to $l.(0tt, wer
followed by moderate rallies and then by
new eags.
Seaboard demand gave firmness to oats.
At first, however, ths market weakened,
owing to the break; in ths value ot oorn.
After ooenlng H t HOKo lower, with
September 68 U to (8 Via, prices asoendsa
to above yesterday's finish.
Strength of hog Quotations mads pro.
visions relatively slow, Salee of hoge were
reported at within ( cent ot the highest
Jsvel known.
Minneapolis Grain Market,
Minneapolis, Aug. 7. Corn No. I ysllow,
$1.7001.76.
Oats No. t whits, (TViO$$.
Barley 93cO$1.08.
Kansas City Grata Market.
Vim,, nitv. Au. 7 Corn Auiuat
I1.69H; September, 1.61He; October,
61.62. i ,
fit. Louis Grain Market
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 7. Corn September,
$1.(2; October, $1.63 M.
Oats September, 49 Ho bid.
New York General Market.
' New York, Aug. 7. Butter Firm, un
changed. Eggs Irregular, unchanged.
Cheese Firm, unohangsd. - '
.Live Poultry Unssttled, unchanged.
Flour Steady; springs, $11.10011-10;
winters, $10.90011.60; Kansas, $11.26011.40.
Wheat Spot steady; Mo. 1 red, $2.34
track New York export to arrive.
Corn Spot firm; fresh shelled No. I yel
low $3.00 and No. I yellow $1.90, cost and
freight New York.
Oats Spot steady; standard, $20$3o.
Lard Firm; middle west, $26,760$-"-
Turpentine) and Bosin.
Savannah, Oa., Aug. 7. Turpentine Firm,
(4c. Sales, 366 bbls.s receipts, 141 bbls.J
shipments, 81 bbls.; stock 27,787 bbls.
Rosin Firm. - Sales, 1,471 casks; receipts
(64 casks; shipments. 7$ casks; (took, 10,111
casks. Quote: B, $10.10010.10; D, $10.i5
10.20; S, $10.26010.60; V, $10.$6O10.40l OT
$10.60; H, $19.80 0 10.86: I, $10.60010.(0: K,
$11.06011.10; M, $11.26; N $11.45011.60;
WO, $11.(6; WW, $11.60011.00.
r sssssnssssssa- mm
New Tork Dry Goods,
New York, Aug. 7. Cotton goode and yarn
prices wsre worked over here today by en
gineer in th employ of the government
preparatory to mejrtng announcement ot
prices within a few days. Trade was quiet
Wool goods also were quiet
v " Jfew Tork Cotton.
New York, Aug. 7. Cotton closed steady
with October at 38.11c.
New York. Aug. 7. Cotton futures open
ed weak; Octobsc, 39.30O38.f9c; December.
28.20i28.00c; January 27.9038.00c; March,
28.00tji28.15c; May. son
NEW YORK STOCK:
J
Attendance on Exchangs Li'
.t
and Market Sluggish, Gen
eral Motors Reacts and 1
Then Rallies. .
New York, - Aug. 7. The Intense hai
which reduced attendance to a minimum
and caused partial suspension of operation
at Industrial centers, the enlarged war cas
ualty list and the further eratlc movement
ot specialties contributed to today's nominal
stock market ..'
Leaders wsre sluggish from ths outset
Ths tew conspicuous changes Included Gen
eral Motors, which reacted SVs points sii'l .
rallied I, and tobaccos on extreme re
cessions rangsd from 1 to I points.
U. 8. Steel rose and fell within fractions
limits, supplying tees' than Its . orlglua
quota and sndlng virtually unchanged.
Kindred shares fluctuated In the sanu
restricted manner.
Metals were motionless until ths last
hour, when' .some slight reaction ensui-d -
on announcement that the war Induatrlvr
board had dnollned to grant an Increase U:
the current .price or copper.
Bonds were mixed on slight deallntti
French Issues showing moderate strength.
Liberty Ird 4Vfe made a new low a'
$4.91. Total sales par value $1,679,000.
U, a. Bonds old unchanged on call.
Cloning
Sates, nigh. Low. Bid
Am. Can ........ . too 46 46 H 4
Am. Car A Foun'r (00 144 $4 $4
Am. Locomotive , $00 66 44 (6t
Am. Smelt A Ret. , 77H
Am. Sugar Rsf. .... llO
Am, Tel. A Tel. .. 1,600 91 $0 91
Am. SS., LA 8. ., ..... ...18
Anaconda Copper . $.800 (614 6644 (1
Atchison , I6S
AOA-W18SL. .... .... IMS
Bait 4 Ohio ...... 600 64 "ft t$M
Butte Sup. Cop. .... lt
Cel. Petroleum ... 200 19H 194
Canadian Pacific 200 16361 1611 U3V
Central Leather .. ..... .... '461,
Chesa, A Ohio .... ..... .... ... 65
C. M. St. P. ... 44i
Chicago N. W. . 91
C R, I. A P. etfe. .... t3
Chine Copper .... (06 1114 39M 3$
Colo. Fuel A Iron. tot) 4Vh ' 4'V 4
Corn Prod. Ret. , . too 44 41 43 j
Crucible Steel .... 1,104 64 H 16
Cuba Cane Sugar . ,$.800 10 30 30
Distillers' Securities 1,700 H 67 ti
Brie ............. too 14 14 14
General Electric .. 200 145 144 143 Vi
Oeneral Motors ... 1.300 156 149' 152
Ot Nor. pfd. ..
Ot Nor. Ore etfs., .... Jiv,
Illinois Central ... ..... .... .... 94',
Inspiration Copper, (.200 62H 63 (2H
Int Mer. Mar. pfd. 1,800 17 $7U 9714
lntemat't Nickel .. t.fOO 3A $9 19V
Internat'l Paper ....... a.," .... 3" "
K. C. Southern ........ "... .....17
Kennecott Copper . 500 31 33 t'M
Louisville Nash. 112
Maxwell Motors ,. .... 8 H
Mex. Petroleum .. (,100 101 100V6. T0
Miami Copper 300 (8 27 : $70
Missouri PsclflO .. $.500 S3 12 2?-
Montana Power .. ..... ..1. (7
Nevada Copper ..I ..... V) vi
New York Central , . 4M 71 ' 71. 73
N. T, N. H. A H. . .... K... M
Norfolk Western 4 (00 10$ 102 10:t '
Northern Pacific a- ,,,. .... ..o.- !
Pacifio Mall .... 39V;
Pennsylvania ..... (OS- 43 43 '4:
Pittsburgh Coal ... 200 61 (0 &'
Ray Consol. Copper 200 14- . 13, 23
Reading , 1.000 (8 87 18
Rep. Iron Steel. 200 9 2 ,11 11
Southern Pacifio . TOO 84 84 . lIV
Southern Railway, . 600 23 13 tti
Studsbaker Corp... , too 44 44 44
Texae Co. ........ 100 161 .151' lit
Union Pacifio .... 1,100 111 121 " lit
U. n. Ind. Alcohol. $00 117 117 137
V. S. Steel 19,100 101 108 101
II. S. Steel pfd. ... ..... .... 116
Utah Copper ..... 1. 80
'11
Western Union 100 -78 77 78.
Wastlnghouse Elec. 1.900 41 41 ' 41
Beth. Steal "B" . . 1,800 $4 $3' t
' Total sales for the day, 153,000. shares. ,
. Nsw tortt Money Market.'; V"; J, :
New York, Aug. 7. Mercantile paper
Unchanged. j '--i .. -.'
, Sterling Demand, I01HI cables, 14.76,'
France Demand, $5.74 cables, $(.6$.
Guilders Demand. 62 o; cables, 6!o, -Mr
Demand (7.93; tables, $7.94. -Bar
Silver and Mexican , pollers Un
changed. - . . ' V. . :
Tim Loans Strong, unchanged. ' '
Call Money Strong. High, per cent;
low, 6 per cent; ruling rata, per cent-;
closing bid, ( per cent; offered at t per,
cent; last loan, ( per cent .', , '. - '
U. 8. Is, reg .. 96 J1L tnt rsf 4s 71,'
1 do coupon .. 91 Int it. M. (s. (S
U. S. Is, reg. v 99 'K. C So. ref 6s 7$
do coupon .. 99 L. H. un 44. $4
V: S. Lib. $s!00 'MX AT 1st 4 $1 -
IT a. im. re ..ins U Mo Pao. -n. 4a ((
dp coupon .I0fMont- Power 6s. $9
Am. For. See. (s 97N. Y. C steb S 93 ;
Am. T. A T. o Is 86 54 Nor. Pao. 4e ,.,.1 89
Anglo-French (e 13 Nor. Pao. $s ... 69
Arm. A Co. 4a 810. S. I ret 4s tuft -,
Atchison gen. 4s 10 Pae, T. I.'H If tt
B. ft O. ov 4a ttPenn eon. 4s..H.
B. Steel ref 6e 17 Penn. gen. 4s, $St.
Cent. Leather (s 92 Reading gen. Is. 8i
Cent Pacific 1st 77S L A S F a, 6s 61
C. O. ev. (a., $1 Bo. Pao. v 6s'?o
C B A Q J 4s., I3S0. Railway Is. 11
C M-A 8 P 0 4s 76 Tex. Pao. 1st; $t
O R I A P r 4s 47 Union Pacifio 4 864
a 8, ret 4 s 71 U. S. Rubber 6s 10 "
D. R. O. r 6s 63 U. 8. Steel 6s. 16
D. of a (s C$1) 91 Wabash 1st .... 90
Brie gen. 4s ... ($French gov. (s $81
Oen. Eleo. 6s. (8 'Bid.
Ct Nor. 1st (sill i u ., v .-.
New York Coffee. '
New Tork, Aug. 7. Coffee future sho-
ed renewed steadiness today and demand
was more actlvs. First, pries were I Ao '
13 points higher and the market closed, at
a net advance ot 11 to 11 points with Sep
tember selling up from 1.40s to 8.41c, snd.
with May holding between .1.1101. lid.
Closing bids; September, 8.47c; October. ,
l.67o; December, 8.76c; January, $6 Jc;
March, $ 99o; May. 1.14; July, 9.28c . , - . ,
Spot Dull; Rio 7s, $o; Santos 4s, llc;.
Bratlllan port 'receipts 24,000 bags. . ,
August Investment!
Out Auguit investment list
containi: v - ;
11 U. S. Governmtnt and Fid
tral Land Bank bonds. '
7 Short ttrm ' ucurititt of.
Fortign Govtrnmtnts. -
18 Municipal bonds.
39 Attractivt bonds and short
term notes of Railroad,
Public Utility and Industrial
Corporations. , , ' , 1 "
, Fifteen . of the Itiues ' -ar
described la detail, -
The yields range at high at 9
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