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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 4,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
WyOMINO ranch, 100 acre. Water
right, mineral rifhi. Patented land.
Mil to cloea an me Address Flo La-
Chspelle, Ktrnmirar, Wyo.
FARM LANDS WANTED,
WANTED Stock ranoh that will run on
thousand so fifteen hundred cattle; cut
, four to five hundred tona hay. Roberta
Lean and Investment Co.. Orerley, Colo.
WB will sell your farm; timely eairs;
o.utck returns. Held Land Co. l
THE AUTO CLEARING
ltlJ-H-H Fnrnam St.
Fourth of July Bargains.
1S1I Dodge tourlnr. like new I 950.00
101 1 Dodgs roadster, wire wheels 00.00
1111 Dodge six roadster 925.00
1117 Bulclt six roadster 800.00
. KIT Bulck six touring 850.00
11T Saxon roadster 276.00
J18 Franklin louring 1000.00
1H7 Veils six touring- 760.00
,117 Saxon six roadster S00.00
fl17 Overland Country club 650.00
117 Patterson chummy roadater.. 850.00
J1T Chandler roadster 700.00
115 "C" 35 Bulck 600.00
J18 "E" 49 Bulck 1260.00
1918 Saxon six touring 350.00
1917 Ford roadster 400.00
1917 Ford touring 825.00
191T Ford touring 300.00
Ford speedster 250.00
11T Butck six touring 760.00
All above cars are In perfect shape
and It will pay you to look these cars
over as It don't cost anything to look,
and they are all sold with the original
three day money back guarantee.
REMEMBER WE CARRY THE
STOCK AND MAKE THE
THE AUTO CLEARING
. 1I1J-14-U Farnam.
UNITED AUTO PARTS
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
We have some nice light five-passenger
cars In the best of condition, ready
lor your vacation driving.
We are willing to demonstrate at any
time. Sea us at once If you are In the
Dodge Roadster 1, 050.00
Bulck H 46 1,300.00
1 Dodge Touring 800.00
Bulclt H 46 1,200.00
Bulck E , 1918 860.00
1 Dodge Touring 660.00
Oakland Coupe 826.00
Oakland Coupe 800.00
. rort Touring Car 650.00
Maxwell 17 360.00
Chevrolet 18 i S50.00
Dodge Roadster, like new 1,060.00
Dodge Touring, 1918 650.00
Mitchell 8 Touring 660.00
1917 Ford Roadster 326.00
11 Oldsmoblle,! 8 800.00
UNITED AUTO PARTS
Used Car Department.
1033 FARNAM ST.
FOR SALE On account of failing health
am compelled to cut down stock and
will offer you bargains in a few trucks
lVi-ton Grant truck with cab and 8
la one body, brand new,- only driven
from , Omaha, worth 12,200 will take
11.900. M ,
One grant six touring car used for
demonstration, driven 600 miles; price,
One Bowser curb I-gallon gasoline
pump with 280-gallon tank, new, never
has been uncrated; price, $326.
Don't offer any trade we want the
feaeh or good paper; better come or
eall at once Wm. Bredehoeft, Beemer.
""RENT A NEW FORD
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
12 CENTS PER MILE.
. TOU ARE COVERED BY INSUR
' "ANCB AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT
ING FROM ACCIDENT.
60 NEW 1919 MODEL FORD CARS.
FORD LIVERY CO.
DOTTO 3M2. 1S14 HOWARD.
TOURING " 1p fER
TRUCKS. CARS FOR ALL OCCASIONS.
Melcher Service Co.,
151 LEAVENWORTH. DOUG. 4899.
PROMPT DELIVERY ON ALL
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
FRED C. ROGERS. Mgr., Tyler 1767.
1407-21 Capital; Avenue.
WHEN you think of used cars, think of
' TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
OPEN TILL NOON.
NEW AND USED TIRE BARGAINS.
8E US FIRST AND SAVE MONEY
FARNAM TIRE AND RUBBER CO.,
H. 769. 2914 FARNAM ST.
1 Overland, touring, 1916 (400.00
1 Mitchell roadster, 1917 SOU 00
I Hupp-20 roadster, a snap .... 150.00
1511 Davenport St. Phone D. 1241.
Auto Repair Shop for sale or trade.
Lota of Auto Parts land Supplies.
1611 Davenport St. '
MEEKS AUTO CO.
Used ears bought, sold and exchanged.
We bur for cash and sell on time. Full
line to selecbfrom. Middle State Oarage.
1026-8 Farnam St. Doug. 4101.
WANTED FOR 8POT CASH, 100 USED
CARS; Quick action; no delay. Auto Ex
change Co. 05 rarnam ot. u. puna.
FORD MARKET, jSo Farnam. Used
Forda Time. cash. Doerty bonds, new
HEW and need Ford bodies for sale. Oet
our prices. O'Rourke-Qoldstrom Auto
Co.j 3701 South 84th St.. O-nsha.
A. LEE A COMPANY.
Expert automobile washers, elmonyera and
Soltshers: all work guaranteed. 2.107
t. Hth St. Victor Garage. Ph. Web, 807.
100 Reward for any magneto we can't re
. pair. Sole mnfrs. of new selt-spaclng af
flnlty spark plug Baysdorfer. 810 N 18th
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN FKIC-S.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.
J020 Farnam St , Omaha. Nth.
Used oars of exceptional value.
GUY U SMITH,
561 Farnam St. Doug. 1970.
NEB. BUICK AUTO CO.,
Hth and Howard Sts. Tyler 17t
AUTOMOBILE .electrical repairs; service
station tor Rayfleld carburetors and
Columbia storage batterlee. Edwards.
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS
v ook for the red seat on wind shield.
. , THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLAS MOTOR COMPANY.
2520 Farnam St.
BARGAIN IN USED CARS.
: McCaffrey Motor Co.
ltth ft Jackson. Ford Agents. D. 1500.
8IX-CYLINDER roadster for sals. Flrs'
elass condition. Very classy. Red 6081.
40J North Sixteenth St.
Oakland, sensible six.
, MARSH OAKLAND CO.
' 3300 Farnsm St.
FORD Sedsn, first-class condition. Owner,
1754 Chicago. Harney 1395;
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
FOR SALE Cheap; touring car. 5013
NEW Ford touring car at a sacrifice. Box
Cars for Hire.
FORDS AND LARGE CARS FOR HIRE.
Driva yourself; at very reasonable
t prices; no extraa to pay. . Nebraska
" Service Garage, 19th and Farnaio.
' Douglas 7390.
TWO automobiles tor sale or exchange. C
. J. Caaan. 105 McCagne Bldg.
Tires and Supplies.
WE will ship, subject lu examination, our
1.509-mlle guaranteed tirea at these
10x1 17.80 t 0
30x3 4 8.95 11 90
lSxl 10.60 12.60
14x4 12.00 14.76
Express prepaid when cash accompanies
Standard Tire Co.
tit North lith St. Phone Dooa-laa IIS.
SAX-HOW DO XOO
THINK I CAN READ
IF XOU KEEP MAK1N
Tires and Supplies.
Tires at Half Price
We make them good as new. New
ribbed tread. Non
Plain. Ribbed. skid.
30x3 18.S0 10.00 11.00
80x34 10.60 11.50 13.00
32x3 Vs '.. 12 50 13.60 14.60
33x4 16.00 17.25 19.60
84X4 17.00 17.50 20.25
12x4 19.00 16.60 18.00
GUARANTEED 3,500 MILES.
BEST ON THE MARKET.
2-in-l Vulcanizing Co.,
Douglas 1241. 1516 Davenport St.
WHY PAY MORE FOR TIRES ?
We use the best rebuilding process. Will
run thousands of mll'-e.
30x3 37.86 J2x4 110.60
30x34 38.80 33x4 31125
33x34 19.75 I 34x4 112.55
Free One new Inner tube with each tire
GOOD-WEAR TIRE CO.
723 3. 27th. Douglas 423.
NEW TIRES, 1-2 PRICE.
Firestone, Congress, Lee Pullman, Viak.
Write for prices. Mention sixes.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 2016 Farnam
BARGAINS IN TIRES.
New, uaed and seconds, all sizes.
Omaha Radiator & Tlrs Co. 1819 Cum-
Ing St. Tyler 917.
NO need for steam soaked carcasses. We
retiead and rebuild tires by Dry-Cure
process. Ideal Tire Service. 21,76 Har-
ney St. j
GAIN mors miles; have your Urea re
treaded by Q. & Q. Tire Co.
3416 Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W.
Repairing ana Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED
Manufactured In Omaha, 24-hour
ervlce for Auto, Truck & Tractor. Ex
pert radiator and fender repairing
Body Denta removed. New fenders mal.
OMAHA RADIATOR MFG. CO.
1819 Cuming St Tyler 917.
F. P. BARNUM CO., 3126 Cuming. Doug
las 8044. High grade automobile painting
Motorcycles and Bicycies.
HARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargains In used machines. Victor II
Roos, the Motorcycle man, 27th and
MUST sell Harley Davidson Twin Cylinder
motorcycle Just ovedhauled and In per
fect condltlojj395. Call Web. 7188;
THE SALVATION Army industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
I WILL not be responsible for any debts
contracted by my wife, Mrs. W. A., or
May, or Marie Philbrick. Wm. A. PhU
brlck. GRADUATE nurse will give Swedish mas
' sage at your home or do nursing by the
hour. Walnut 1806.
Horses Live StockVehicles.
3-YEAR-OLD heifer, half Holsteln and
half Jersey; over 1,200 pounds; expected
fresh next fall. Price, 3150; also heifer
calf 3 weeks old, Holsteln, Jersey,
price $26. Both animals from high pro
ducing stock on both sides. Priced at
almost meat prices. Walnut 4438.
Buy on Bird haver. Profit Sharing Plan.
Phone Web. 2884. O. 8. Pettis. Agent.
Harness, Saddles and Trunka.
Wo Make Them Ourselves.
ALFRED CORNISH & CO., 1210 Farnam
FIRST 1160 takes team, harness and ball
bearing wagon. Hurry. 2421 Cumlcg
6-YR.-OLD cow. Yellow hair. Calf in
August. Autal Kutl. 4911 No. 18th St.
MONEY TO LOAnT
ORGANIZED by the Business Men of
Omaha. FURNITURE, pianos ud
notes as security $40, 6 mo., H. goods,
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Security Bldg. 16th ft Farnam. Ty. 666
LOANS ON DIAMONDS.
EAGLE LOAN OFFICB
1301 DOUGLAS ST.
LOANS ON DIAMONDS. JEWELRY AND
11. LIBERTY BONDS. OCT
x 2 1 W. a FLATAU. EST. Wll." 10
6TH FLR. SECURITY BLDG. TY. 960.
District Court to Remain
Closed Until Next Monday
The district judges of Douglas
county have decided to close their
courts from Thursday evening unt4
Monday morning. The office of the
clerk of the district court will also
be closed for that period. Routine
business which would ordinarily
come up Saturday will be postponed
The county court will be open
Saturday because there are several
estate cases which must be settled
then. And the marriage license bu
reau will be doing business at the
old stand Saturday. The juvenile
court will also convene as usual Sat
Burgess-Nash Make First
Deliveries by Airplane
Several deliveries were made by
airplane to customers living out
side the city limits by the Burgess
Nash airplane yesterday afternoon.
The plane flew around the country,
starting from and landing on the
Ak-Sar-Ben field." It returned from
its first trip at about 3:30 o'clock
and started again at about 4 o'clock
with a new loadxit purchases.
The air delivery service was
scheduled to start yesterday morn
ing, but was delayed by engine
trouble. The machine was piloted
by members of the Omaha Flying
$300 an Acre Land.
Land in Custer, county sold at a
new high mark Tuesday when 120
acres situated a mile west of Corn
stock, Neb., brought $300 an acre.
The sale was made by C. E. Florida
to C. R. Fisher.
QrjzaAa, MiiAcn xdLuxito.'
n Jar A-
Market and Industrial News of
Omaha Live Stock.
Receipts today estimated:
Cattle 49 l."0
Hogs 153 11,000
Sheep 62 15,600
Horses 1 20
Total 266 27,770
Monday 6.066 14,692 18,190
Tuesday 6,616 14,181 18,838
Wednesday 4.478 15,690 9,076
Thursdav estimate. 1,250 11,000 15,500
Four days 16,412 65,463 61,604
Week ago 24,189 53,162 55,701
Year ago 18,083 33,984 33,483
Total last week 25,846 79,340 60.493
This week last year 19,922 60,503 35,440
L Receipts and disposition of live stock at
r,u TTn(nn at.ir vnrds. Omaha. Neb., for
24 hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m., July 3,
. RECEIPTS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H s.
Union Paclflo 12 35 61
C. ft N. W., east 2 16
C. & N. W., west 6 40
C, St. P., M. & O.... 1 22
C, B. & Q-. east 2 6
C.'. B. & Q., west ....23 19
C, R. I. & P.. east ... 1 10
Illinois Central 1 2
Chi. Gt. West 2 j
Total receipts . 47 161 63
I Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris ft Co 373 1.115 1,677
Swift ft Co 803 1,745 3,007
Cudahy Packing Co. ... 217 2,429 2,048
Armour ft Co 468 2.468 2,618
J. W. Murphy 3,229
Lincoln Packing Co. . . . 78
So. Omaha Packing Co.. 4
Hoffman Bros. ......... 10
John Roth ft Sons : 2
Mayerowlcft & Vail .... 11
Omaha Packing Co. .,, ,6
V. P. Lewis 216
Wertheimer & Degen . . . 41
Sullivan Bros 1
John Harvey 128
Other, buyers 276 3.455 ....
Total 2,634 10,986 12,805
Cattle Cattle receipts dropped off
shortly today, the run being only about
1,200 head and the market was active
and stronger for anything useful in the
way of either beef steers or butcher stock.
The best yearlings sold around $14.40
14.50. For the week receipts have been
approximately .16,500 head or 7,500 short
of last week and the trend of values
has been steadily upward. Compared with
the low point of the season a week ago,
values are all of 60 75c higher, an un
dertone of the market better than it has
been for some time, although this Is due
more to the reduction In receipts than
to any improvement in the demand. Busi
ness In stockers and feeders has been
light with prices well sustained for any
thing carrying flesh and quality and tend
ing lower on the general run of stock
Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
.1042 $13 20 10 837 $12 40
9 720 10 75" 6 9S0 10 60
10.. I... 506 8 00 16 708 9 60
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
18 827 14 25 4 402 9 25
14 665 50 7 694 12 25
S 1076 10 25 7 467 11 00
4 740 6 60
5 609 7 85
32 90 4 50 ,
87.' 98 10 00
Choice to prime yearlings, $13.50
14 25; good to choice yearlings, $12.75
13.25; fair to good yearlings, $12.0012.75;
common to fair yearlings, $9.6011.60;
choice to prime beeves, 113.7514.25; good
to choice beeves, $12.013.00; fair to
good beeves, $12.5013.00; common to
fair beeves, $10.6012.50; good to choice
heifers, $10.0012.50; prime cows, $10.75
11.75; good to choice cows, $9.2510.75;
fair to good cows, $7.509.25; common to
fair cows, $5.607.60; good to choice
feeders, $11.7512.50; medium to good
feeders, $10.00U-75; good to choice
stockers, $9.50ll.'O0; fair to good stock
ers. $8.509.50; common to fair stockers,
$7.758.90; stock heifers, $6.608.60;
stock cows, $6.257.25; stock calves, $7.75
10.50; veal calves, $9.0015.60.
Hogs Hog receipts today amounted to
153 carloads . estimated at 11,000 head.
There was a vigorous demand and prices
were lifted to new levels all around. The
general market was fully 25 40c higher
than Wednesday with the bulk of the hogs
selling $21.1521.50, tops going to $21.85.
All new records for the South Omaha mar
ket. This is the last market day this week
and hog prices today are fully 85o to
$1.00 higher than, last Saturday.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. , No. At. Sh. Pr.
13. .313 ... $20 60 82. .187 ... $21 00
64. .258 ... 2110 69. .240 ... 2115
64. .255 ... 21 25 70. .236 70 21 30
66. .266 ... 21 35 70. .250 270 21 45
64. .227 40 21 60 .
35. .223 70 20 40 15. .388 ... 21 00
49. .268 ... 2105 38. .264 ... 2110
66.. 281 110 21 15 69.. 236 70 21 20
48. .264 21 25 86. .199 290 21 36
61. .262 ... 21 40 13. .181 ... 21 50
81. .202 ... i 21 60 64. .189 ... 21 70
105.200 ... 31 85
Sheep There was another liberal sup
nlv of sheep and lambs here today. 62
loads, estimated at 15,500 head. This was
' the last market (day this week and there
were several loads of prime quality lambs.
The broad demand lifted prices to new
high levels for this week, the choice
handywelght lambs selling from $16.50 to
a top of $17.00. The poor quality lambs
were slow to move, however, and slow
down from $16.25 to $16.50. These prices
are around 60e higher than last Friday,
The demand for aged stuff continues
broad and the best ewes here today sold
up to $7.25. Yearlings wera quoted at
$10.00. 'wethers $9.25, prices that looked
some higher than yesterday, and close to
75c higher than last Friday.
Quotations on Sheep: Lambs, handy
weight, $16.0016.50; lambs, heavy
weight 114.60l6.oo: lamb culls. $9.00
9.75; yearlings, $9.0010.00; wethers, $8.00
9.50; ewes, good to choice, $6.507.00;
ewes, fair to good, I6.00ffi6.50; ewes,
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City. July 3. Cattle Receipts.
2,000 head; market steady; steers, choice
Jnd prime, .36iu.60; heifers. $7.35
3.35; cows. $6.7512.00; calves, $13.50
15.75: stockers, $7.0012.35.
Hogs Receipts. 3,500 head; market
higher: heavies, $21.60031.65 : lights,
$21.0021.75: packing. $20.2521.40;
Sheep and Lambs Receipts,' 3,500
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7 SHUT UP!
Short Term Notes
Quotations furnished by Peters Trust
Co.: Bid. Asked.
Am. For. Secur 6s (1919) 99 100
Am. Tel. & Tel. 6s (1925) 1024 10314
Am. Tel. & Tel. 6s (1924)... 99 100
Am. Tobacco Co. 7s (1922). .103 1034
Am. Tobacco Co. 7s (1923) . .1034 103
Anaconda Copper 6s (1929).. 99Vi 99
Anglo-Fr. Ex. Loan 6s (1920). 7i4 97?,
Arm. & Co. (Conv. Debent.) 6s,
(1922) 1024 105
Arm. & Co. (Conv. Debenttures)
6s (1923) 102 10314
Arm. & Co. (Conv. Debentures)
is (1924) 102 103
Beth. Cteel Corp. 7s (1922). .10114 101t
com. Bicei corp. vs Kivn). .lutw iz
Cudahy Pack. Co. 7s (1923). .1014 102
Great Britain ft Ireland 64s
(197) 9 99
Interbor. Rapid Trans. Co. 7s
(1921) l 90
Ligget & Meyers Tobacco Co.
6s (1921 10014 10014
Proctor & Gamble 7a (1921). 402 4 103
Proctor & Gamble 7s (1923). 10314 103
St. Louis-San Fran. 6s (1928). 95 4 96
Swift & Co. 6s (1921) 100 100
Union Pacific 6s (1928) 103 104
Wilson & Co. 6s (1928) 103 103
U. S. Liberty 2d 4s (1942)... 93,96
U. S. Liberty 34s (1947) 39.40
U. S. Liberty 3d 414s (1928). 95.18
U. S. Liberty 4th 414s (1938). 94.30
Vlvtory Loan 4s 99.96
head;, market. . steady; lambs, $9.00
16.25; ewes, 2.&U(Kit.00.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. July 3. Cattle Receipts. 6.000
head; market strong; beef steers, medium
and heavy weight, choice and prime, $15.00
Wlb.uu: meflium and good, 113.00016.15:
common, 1 1 . 2 5 1 3 . 0 0 ; light weight, good
and choice, $13.7515.26; common and
medium, 10.00(a13.76; butcher cattle,
heifers, $7.6013.76; cows, $7.8512.76;
canners and cutters, $6,00(7)7.25; veal
calves, light and handy weight, $17.25
18.25; feeder steers, $6.2512.76; stocker
Hogs Receipts. 22,000 head: market.
better grades unevenly 10c to 26c higher;
top. $22.25; bulk, $21.2622.00; heavy
weight, $21.4022.10; medium weight,
$21.30022.30; light weight, $21.4022.25:
light light, 120.0021.86; heavy packing
sows, smooth, $20.65 21.25: packing sows,
rough, $19,7520.50; pigs, $18.5020.00. j.
Sheep Kecelpts, 10,000 head; marKet
strong; lambs, 84 lbs. down, $16.0017.60;
culls and common, $9.0015.00. Yearling
wethers, I10.50gpl4.0O; ewes, medium,
good and choice, $7.009.00; culls and
common, $3. 00 6. 60.
Sionx City Idve Stock.
Sioux City, la., July 3. Cattle Re
ceipts. 600 head: market strong; beef
steers, $10.00 14.26 ; fat cows and heifers.
$7.0012.25; canners, $5.507.00; stockers
and feeders, $6. 5012. 60: feeding cows
and heifers. $7.00 9.60.
Hogs Kecelpts, 11,000 bead; market
80c to 60c higher; . light, $21.5020.75;
mixed, $21.2521.60; heavy, $20.70
21.25; bulk of sales, $21.0021.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., July 3. Cattle--Re-
celpts, 600 head; market higher; steers,
$11.0014.75; cows and heifers, $5.00
14.00; calves, $7.6014.60.
Hogs Receipts, 4,000 head; market
higher; top, $21.76; bulk of sales, $21.40
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,500
head; market strong to higher; spring
lambs, $15.0016.50; ewes, $5.507.50.
Boston. July 3. Ths Commercial Bul
letin Saturday will say:
"The demand for wool has kept up
steadily and prices are fully as firm as a
week ago, with the tendency still upward.
Demand Is still strongest for the finer
wools, but more Interest seems to be
shown In the medium wools.
"London has fully recovered its slump
and all of the foreign primary markets
are firm. The goods market Is sold way
ahead and still the demand continues,
with manufacturers reluctant to sell much
further ahead In view of the uncer
tainties In the future." i
Texas Fine 11 months, $1.60; fin 8
California Northern, 11.60; middle
county, $1.40 1.50; southern, $1.301.35.
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple. 11.60
1.70; Oastern clothing, $1.401.46; valley
No. 1, Il.6a01.es. I
Territory Fine staple. 11.7601.80: half
blood combing, $1.66il.66; blood comb
ing. Il.20i.28: fine ciotning, ii.4UfflFi.su;
fine medium clothing, $1.301.40.
Pulled Extra, 1.761.80; VAA, l.65g
Mohairs Best combing, 6066c: best
New York Coffee.
New York, July 8. The market for cof
fee futures was irregular today. No of
ficial cables were received to give the
trade a fresh: line on tha attitude of Brazil
and business here was attributed largely
to evening up for over the three day ad
journment The market opened unchanged
to three points higher, and sold off to
$20.35 for December or five points net
lower right after the call. Prices then
rallied on covering with December sell
ing up to $20,70 or thirty points net higher,
but the market eased off again into $20.46
for that position under realizing with the
close net five points lower to eleven points
higher. Closing bids: July, $21.05; Sep
tember $20.90; October, $20.72; Decem
ber, $20.46; January, $20.40; March $20.35;
Spot coffee was easier In tone but Quo
tations were nominal at 22 for rlo 7s, and
28 for santos 4s.
New York General.
New York, July 3 Corn meal Firm;
yellow granulated, $4,67 4; white granu
Wheat Spot, steady; No. 1 red, $2.34,
cost and freight New York :track, export
Corn Spot, strong: No. $ yellow, $2.06,
and No. 3 white, $2.08, cost and freight
Oats Firmer; No. 1 white, 31 4 e.
Lard Firm; middle west, $35.6736.7B.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Mo., July . Butter
Packing, 4o lower, 42 4c; others un
changed. Eggs Unchanged; firsts, 41c; Seconds,
- Poultry Hens. 4c higher, 274c; others
New ork Produce.
New York, July 3. Butter Weak;
creamery higher than extras, 60 50 4c;
extras (92 score), 494c; firsts, 4849c;
packing stock, current make, No. 2, 44 4 c
Eggs Irregular, unchanged.
Cheese Firm, unchanged.
Chicago, July $. Butter Lower;
creamery, 44 48c.
Eggs Receipts, 17,366 cases; un
changed. Poultry Alive, lower. Fowls, 28 4c.
Chicago, July 3. Potatoes Unsettled;
arrivals. 89 cars. New, Bliss Triumphs,
No. 1, sacked, $3.253.40, cwU; Irish cob
biers. No. 1, $4.505.25, bbl.
New York, July S. Cotton 'futures open
ed steady; July, 32.10c; October, 31.96c;
December, 31.95c; January, S1.60c; March,
Cotton futures closed firm; July, $33.46;
October, $33.19; December, $32.96; Janu
ary, $32.68; March, $32.54.
London. July . Bar silver. I34d per
ounce. Money and discount unchanged.
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Omaha, July S.
Arrivals today were moderate for corn
and light for other grains. Receipts were
4 cars of wheat 50 cars of corn, 21 cars
of oats, 3 cars of rye and 4 cars of barley.
Corn was unchanged to a cent higher, the
market generally a cent advance. No. 2
white sold at $1.86. Oats were unchanged
as compared to the bulk yesterday. Rye
advanced 2 cents and barley was about
steady. Wheat was strong.
Cash sales today were:
Corn No. 2 white: 3 cars, $1.86. No.
5 white: 2 cars, $1.82. No. 6 white: 1
car. $1.74. No. 1 yellow: 1 car, $1.81.
No. 2 yellow: 6 cars, $1.80. No. 3 yel
low: 1 car, $1.79 (shlppere' weights).
No. 4 yellow: 1 car, $1.78. No. 6 yel
low: 1 car, $1.72 (musty). Sample yel
low: 1 car, $1.70 (heating); 1 car, $1.54
(heating, musty). No. 2 mixed: 3 cars,
$1.79; 2-3 car, $1.78. No. 3 mixed: 1
car, $1.77; 2 cars, $1.76. No. 4 mixed:
1 car, $1.78 (near white). No. 6 mixed:
1 car. $1.73 (musty); 1 car, $1.72. Sam
ple mixed: 1 car, $1.70 (heating); 1
car, $1.46 (hot).
Oats No. 2 wMtee, 1 car, 70c; No. S
white, 7 cars, 694c; 4 car, 68 4c.
Rye No. 2, 2 cars,- $1.35; No. 4, 1-3 car,
Wheat No. 2 hard, 1 car, $2.60; (ship
per's weights), 1 car, $2.45; No. 2 northern
spring, 2 cars, $2.42; mixed grain, 1 ear,
$2.08; No. 2 durum, 1 car, $2.08 (red);
No. 4 mixed, 1 car, $2.06.
Omaha Grain Movement.
Receipts: Today Wk. Ago Yr. Ago
Rye , 3
41 37 .
Receipts In Other Markets.
Wheat Corn Oats
Chicago 4 86 111
Kansas City 2 37 21
St. Louis 21 67 61
Omaha Grain Inspection.
The number of cars of grain of the sev
eral grades inspected "in" here during the
past 24 hours follows:
Wheat No. 3 hard. 1 carload: No. 3
hard, 1 carload; sample hard, 1 carload;
No. 2 mixed, 1 carload; Total 4 carloads.
Corn No. 2 white, 9 carloads; No. 3
white, 1 carload; No. 4 white, 4 carloads;
No. 6 white. 1 carload; No. 1 yellow, 1
carload. No. 2 yellow, 13 carloads; No. 3
yellow, 5 carloads; No. 5 yellow, 1 car
load; No. 6 yellow, 6 carloads; sample
yellow, 6 carloads; No, 2 mixed, 3 car
loads; No. 4 mixed, 1 carload; No. t
mixed, 2 carloads: sample mixed, 4 car
loads; Total, 65 carloads.
Oats No. 2 white, 1 car. 70c: No. 2
white, 11 carloads; No. 4 white. 8 car
loads; sample white, 1 carload; Total 19
Rye No. 2. 2 carloads: No. 2. 2 car
loads; Total, 4 carloads .
Barley No. 3. 2 carloads. No. 4. 1 ear-
load; sample, 1 carload; Total, 4 car
Primary Receipts and Shipments.
Receipts: t Todav Vr n
Wheat 13 000
Todav Yr. Abo
Wheat and Flour. ., 785,000
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago. July 3. Sharolv hleher nrlces
In Argentina added today to bullish sen
timent here regarding corn, and helped
to lift the market to a new high level
for the season. Closing Quotations were
strong at 4 c to 2c net advance, with Sep-
lemDer i.is4 to $1.84 and December
$1,624 to $1,624. Oats finished un
changed to c lower. In provisions there
were gain of 10c to 66c.
Bulls in corn received fresh encourage"
ment from the fact that hog prices had
again surpassed all high records. Dry
hot weather, too, continued at first to make
the buying fever more Intense, but was
offset later as a result of predictions that
showers would be general. However, deal
ers who pay attention to calendar theories
maintained confidence that a bulge was
due for July 4. Just In the nick of time,
advices came to hand that since last
Saturday there had been unusually rapid
upturns in prices at. Buenos Aires. This
led to a new waste of buying orders.
Prospects of cooler moist weather eased
the oats market.
Provisions reflected the rise In the hog
market and touched the highest point yet
this season for pork and ribs.
Art. Open. High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
July 1.36 1.87 1.844 1-87 1.85
Sep. 1.84 1.854 1.82 1.84 1.834
Dec. 1.634 1.634 1.624 1 624 1.61
July .714 .71 .70 .71 .71
Sep. .71 .71 .70 .71 .714
Dec. .72 .72 .72 .72 .72
July 63.90 53.90 53.25
Sep. 61.60 51.60 51.00 51.00 50.80
July 35.07 3S.17 35.05 35.16 34.92
Sep. 35.05 35.25 85.05 35.20 34.92
July 28.76 23.80 28.70 28.72 28.62
Sep. 28.75 28.86 28.76 28.77 28.62
Minneapolis, July 3. Flour Un
changed. Barley $1.001.16.
Rye No. 2, 1.4141.42.
Flaxseed $ 5.53 05.65.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, July 3. Corn July, $1.85;
September, $1.84 4 01.84, bid; Decem
St. Louis Grain. 1
St. Louis, July 3. Corn September,
$1.85; December, $1,634.
Oats July, 714c; December, 72o,
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., July 3. Turpentine
Firm, 9293c; sales. 217 bbls. : receipts,
405 bbls.; shipments, 3,431 bbls.; stock.
Rosin Firm; sales, 825 casks; receipts,
1,337 casks; shipments, 1,480 casks; stock,
Quote B, $14.75; D, $15.00; E, $16.10;
F, $15.15; O, $16.2015.25; H, $15.30
15.60; I. $16.6015.75; K, $16.7617.00;
M. $17.25; N, $17.60; WO, $17.7618.00;
New York. July 3. Holiday making
started early, but the light volume of
trading reported in cotton goods and
yarns was generally on a high oasis
with prices tending upward. Dress goods
were firm, wltn burlaps quiet but firm
and raw silk higher. Novelty knit goods
for fail were in good call.
. s Unseed.
Duluth. July 2. Linseed on track. $5.56
to arrive, $5.65; July, $5.65 asked; Sep
tember, $5.43 asked; October, $5.18 bid;
November, $5.04 bid.
New York, July $. Silver Bar, $1.0714
Mexican dollars, 1:40,
New York, July 3. In furthsr disregard
of the protracted holiday and again under
tne impulse 01 easy uiuub?, ww .wv.
market today continued in a broader and
more convincing manner the advancing
... - .. - . V. Aar nnv
new records were established for the year
and in several noiuuio moiauvc.
quotations represented absolutely high
prices for all preceding time. Trading
reflected all the confidence of the May
and June periods, but was the more lm-
: i,.,diib. 4t .nmmnnUAll manV
stocks that were ignored or comparatively
unknown auring uwbo uiftvu...
Various issues snr .tiwv v,.,, ...
anH ...ant nf -AlnS. but
tllO H"J ... ' - - .
steels, tobaccos and motors were the con-
can Tobacco and Stutz Motors making
gains of 9 to 1Z poinis.
United States Steel was In process of
steady accumulation, mounted Into the
r. . ".... -.1 ti (n the eitreme-
ly lively last hour and closing a fraction
under the top at a n -
points. . . . ,
Lnner stoc w o -- -
to 7 points Included Lackawanna, Beth-
lehem ana ttepuuuu mt.,
Rubber, United Cigars, Lorillard Tobacco,
New York Airbrake, Harvester, Interna
tional Paoer. Barrett company and the
sugar Issues. ' fc.v.,ii.
Ralls again remamou ... i -...--..-.
though showing a firm undertone and
Snipping- it-iicu 4- -. iVv...k
part of their moderate gains, although
Marine preierreu. i. -
tlonal were unusually active at Intervals.
1.' . 1 79K (inh ahnrpR. last
Sales amouuieu i v.,- . -
transactions not being recorded until 16
minutes after me ins i """jr. nar.i
Libertv lssus were firm, but the general
bond market Indicated mote Irregu-
tis.e, (Vr value)' weVe $9 5o".6oO. Old
U. S. bonds uncnangeu, uu v....
T.rtins- Drlces and last sale on New
York stocks: ,ri.
Am. Beet Sugar. .12 300 914 894 91
American ' ,iIZ 11 J
r-H.Tu pfd: 4:300 1344 122 133
Amer. ocomo. . .xi.o.. - -A
a Ref..l5.700 854 8
rSZ? Tob.'.-IMOO iltf 11.14 IHji
I'm- Z.: L& S.. 6,506 244 23 J4
-'j. rnn 10 900 7414 734 744
Xtchlson ........ 6.200 102 100 1014
Atl Ci A V 1,0.8. ,OUU HOTt AIU73
Baldwin Locomo. 23,000 1124 110 "J
Baltimore & O... 4,400 44 43 43
Beth. Steel B".8,300 94 89 944
Butte & Sup. Cop. 23,800 344 32i 344
rl Petroleum... 6,600 39 374 38
Canadian Pac 1,700 158 1574 1674
Chesa ft Ohio::: 21400 64 64 64
Chi.. Mil. & St. v. 3,iu
Chi. R. I. & P.. 00
28 4 28 4
- 47 47 4
Colo. -el - ;js
Crucible Steel. .. .52,800 116 105
X... 0,.r 1 KM 40 - 39
Dlst. Secur. Corp. 3,100 78 784
Gen. Electric... ouu im t..7
1,... 1Q one 942X4. E3& 241
JJ? xr...fc m'"ii'700 95 75 95
Gt. Nor. Ore ctfs. 3,200 46 46
Inspiration Cop.. .19,700 66 66
ill i. r s
Inter, xmickci ot
Inter. Paper ls.zuv oi
K. C. Southern... 400 22
Kennecott Cop... 4.800 40
Louisv. & Nash.
Mex. Petroleum.. 6,800 187
Miami Copper 1.000 28
u,i...u G,..i an fioft 64
Hfn Purlf c 12.300 31
Nevada Copper... 1.200 19 19
1ST "V. Central. .
N. Y., N. H. H
VnrfrtlV Xr W . . .
COO 10fitt 106 106
1,800 96 96 96
Pac. Tel. Tel
r,A, Potrnl.. 8.900 97
68 4 69
94 4 97
Plttsb. Coal 8,200 69
Ray Cons. cop.. i,uu 2
Rep. Iron & St.. 39, 700
Shat. Ariz. Cop.. 200 14
Sine. Oil & Ref...51,100 65
louthern V. li 29
Studebak. Corp. . .29,000 109 106 1084
Tobacco Prod'.... 20. 800 106 103 105
.. AjASt-IOA 1 OQ. 1 9i
Union racinc... ,ou o-7 aoot
United Cigar St.. 25,700 190 180 190
-t t Ainw a An ft ill 113 113
U. D. Hill. ftltVU. ,-suw -- "",
U. S. Steel 224,100 1134 1104 1134
y' . . .Aft .HIT 111T1 11C7A
U. s. bteei pxa... iiwvs uib "7
Utah Copper 5,600 904 89 90
Western Union... 300 89 89 89
Westlngh. Elec. 776,500 68 674 674
Willys-Overland . 9,900 38 35 36 4
Royal Dutch, . ...le.euw n "in
New York Bond List.
U. S. 2s, reg.. 994
U. S. 2a, coup. 99 4
U. S. cv. 3s,
U. S. cv. 3s,
TT Am r..106
Gen. Elec. 6s..
Int. M. M. 6s.
S. ref. 6s
L. & N. un. 4s
M. K. & T.
U. S. 4s, coup. .1064
Sec. 5s 99
Amer. T. & T.
n Aa 10244
Ang.'-French 6s. 97 4
A. t-o. tb.
Atch. gen., 4s... 814
Mont. Power 6s. 92
N. l. central
B. & o.
cv. 4s T
Beth. S. ref. 6s. 93
Cen. L. 6s 96
Cen. Pac. 1st. . 784
Ches. and Ohio,
cv. 6s 894
C. B. & Q.,
Joint 4s 96
C. M. & St. P.,
cv. 44s 774
C. R. I. & P-
Ry., ref. 4s.. 704
Colo. & 3.
ret. 44 804
cv. 7s 123
City of Paris 6s 98 4
No. Pac. 4s..
No. Pac. 3s.
Oreg. S. L.
Pi. T T. Ka 91
Pa. con. 44s... 96
ra. gen. os 9s
Reading gen. 4s 83
St. . san .
adj. 6s 65
Sinclair O. fc
p f 7. 19
So. Pac. cv. 6s. 1084
So. Ry., 5s 93
Texas & P. 1st. 91
TTrttn Pa. i. XKK
'ref. 6s 584
U. S. Rubber 6s 89
Dom. of Can.
5s (1931) ... 98
Erie gen. 4s.... 64
U. S. Steel 5S..1UU.
.yvaoasn 1st ...
New York Money.
New York, July 3. Mercantile paper
Unchanged. Sterling 60-day bills, 14.49 4:
commercial 60-day bills on banks, 14.49;
commercial 60-day bills, $4,48 4; demand,
14.624; cables, 84.534.
Francs Demand, 6.57; cables, .65.
Guilders Demand, 88; cables, IS.
Lire Demand, 7.96; cables, 7.94.
Tims loans Strong; 60 days, SO days
and six months, per cent, bid.
Call money Easy; high, 6; low, 5; ruling-
rate, 6; closing bid, 5; offered at 64;
last loan, 6.
Liberty Bond Prices.
New York, July 3. Liberty bond prices
at 11:30 a. m. today were: 34s, 99.36;
first 4s, 94.90; second 4s, 93.90; first 44s,
95.20; second 44's, 94.24; third 44's, 95.16;
fourth 4 4s, 94.30; Victory 33, 100.08;
Victory, 4s, 99.96.
Liberty bond final prices today were:
34s, 99.36; first 4s, 94.90; second 4s,
93.82; first 44s, 95.14; second 44s, (4.24;
third 44s, 96.12: fourth 44s, 94.80; Vic
tory 314 s, 100.08; Victory 44s, 99.96.
New York Metals.
New York. July 8. Copper firm; elec
trolytic, spot, 19 13 Vic; futures, 11 Q
Iron and lead steady.
Spelter, firm; spot, 16. 07.10; August,
Evaporated and Dried Fruits.
New York, July . Evaporated Apples
-Quiet, but firm.
Apricots and Peaches Firm.
Drawn for The Bee by McManu
Copyright 191 International News Service.
MILLION - DOLLAR
BE BUILT BY COLE
Omaha Man Goes East to
Gather Ideas for Big Struc
ture Which He Contem
plates Erecting Here.
David Cole has gone east for the
purpose of gathering ideas relative
to the erection of a $l,Uuu,UUU apart
ment house that he contemplates
building next year on a West Far
nam street corner that he owns. Mr.
Cole will -e absent two months and
during that time he will visit a
number of the eastern cities and
confer with architects. He will look
over apartment houses with the idea
of erecting one here that will be
right up to the minute.
Mr. Cole had planned to start con
struction of his proposed apartment
house not later than this fall, but
the scarcity of labor and the1 high
cost of material caused him to
change his plans. Now his idea is
to determine upon the size and
character of the building, have the
plans prepared during the coming
winter and have everything ready to
let the contract early next spring.
The trip that Mr. Cole is making
will consume, two months. He is
accompanied by his wife and daugh
ter and they are going to motor
through to the Atlantic coast, where
they will spend considerable time.
From the ocean, the Coles will
motor through the Green mountains
of Vermont and the White moun
tains of New Hampshire, possibly
getting up into Maine.
Mr. Cole had planned upon go
ing to Ireland for a month, but when
he found that it was a difficult mat
ter to obtain passports he gave up
the idea and decided upon the motor
Omaha Elks En Route
to National Meeting
at Atlantic City, N. J.
A special car bearing 33 Omaha
Elks to the national convention of
the order, which convenes next
Monday, left last night for Atlantic
City. The delegates will travel over
the Northwestern and Pennsylvania
roads, reaching their destination at
9:40 o'clock tomorrow morning. A
bath in the ocean and a trip around
town will constitute the main events
tomorrow, according to Ike Miner,
who says that the delegates will at
tend church Sunday.
Like one man the Omaha Elks are
lined up to boost for Frank L. Rain,
Fairbury, Neb., for grand exalted
ruler and they all say he has a
'cinch" on the position. They say
he will defeat A. T. Brophy, Brook
lyn, about three to one. The entire
west, central west and south is solid
for Rain and all of the 16 past grand
exalted rulers are for him, and all
but one of the deputy grand exalted
Omaha Elks have obtained head
quarters in Atlantic City and imme
diately upon their arrival they will
commence their campaign for Rain.
Elks from Los Angeles went east
Wednesday night and Thursday
San Francisco and Oakland dele
gates will pass through the city. It
is understood that these delegates
are solid for Mr. Rain for grand ex
Council Is Urged to
In Omaha's Streets
J. M. Gillan, industrial commis
sioner of the Chamber of Com
merce, told the city council and city
planning board yesterday that in his
opinion Omaha is losing many in
dustrial prospects on account of a
lack of traffic-way facilities to cer
tain industrial districts.
The city planners presented to the
city council and representatives of
civic organizations an outline of a
proposed program forxstreet opening
and widening; The' program, as
explained by Chairman George T.
Morton of the planning board, was
an omnibus proposition covering
improvement sestimated at $3,000,
000. The widening of Twenty-fourth
street was indorsed by several
speakers. Byron R. Hastings of the
Real Estate exchange urged these
improvements as necessary to Oma
ha's continued prosperity. Mr. Gil
lan referred particularly to the
need of a southwest traffic way,
starting near Thirty-sixth and
Grover streets, and extending
southwest to the county line.
W. J. Coad referred to the ex
penditure of millions in Detroit for
widening or straightening thor
oughfares. De Valera Visits Hylan.
New York, July 3. Eamonn De
Valera, "president of the Irish re
public," paid a visit to Mayor John
F. Hylan at the city hall. Mr. De
Valera' automobile was gaily dec
orated with American and Irish
flags and was followed by several
other cars similarly decorated and
carrying a band of Irish piper.
ALL OMAHA WILL
NATION WAS BORN
Elaborate Plans Made for July
4 Observance' This Year;:
Big Program In Fonte
Omaha, individually and collect- '
ively, has made elaborate plans foi
observing the day which commcm- '
orates the birth of the nation.
First on the big program of events '
will be the celebration at Fonte
nelle park, under the auspices of' th
Fontenelle Park Celebration asso
ciation, an organization that has
placed this park on the map. Th
world and his brother are invited
Friday, from 10 a. tn. to 10 p. m
There will not be a dull minut
from 10 to 10. Soldiers and sailori
will be guests of honor.- Music. re
freshments, day and night fire
works and competitive and exhibr
tion events for all classes of attend
ants, have been arranged. Franek'i
band will give two concerts.
Many Omahans will enjoy an un
interrupted holiday from the clost .
of work yesterday until Monday
morning through the courtesy o!
- Special attractive feature hav
been announced by the manage-,
ments of Manawa park, Krug pari ..
and Lakeview park.
Those who enjoy the upper ait
may take a ride in a seaplane at
Manawa for $15 per ride. Krug ,
park management expects to have
the new swimming pool open. Mem
bers of the Omaha Gun club will r
hold a shoot during the afternoon.
Wrestling fans will be at the Aud
itorium during the afternoon to see ,
a mat contest between Joe Stecher .,
and Ed Lewis.
The golf links hid the golfer to
their restful stretches of green.
Want Wheel Tax to Go
of Omaha Boulevards
The Omaha Automobile club has
raised the question whether the
wheel tax license, imposed by the
city for tjie first time this year,
should not be credited to the bene
fit of the road and boulevard repair
fund, instead of the city general
purpose fund. : , .
Thi query was expressed in a
letter to City Commissioner Butler,
who is out of the city. The matter
has not been brought to the official
notice of the city council. .
The wheel tax ordinance was
passed by the last city administra
tion, and it was understood at that
time that the receipts from the,
tax would be expended for repair
of streets and boulevards.
Instead of carrying out that tin-
derstanding, the incumbent admin-
istration has credited the money to ,
the miscellaneous fund.
Commissioner Ure of the depart-'' 7
ment of accounts' and - finance" exm
plains that the first budget made by
this administration is proving 'Jm.
adequate to the needs and that he
wheel tax receipt of nearly $50,000
a year are needed to come out even
on matters other than repairs-' of
streets and boulevards.
Asks $30,000 Damages From
the Parents of Her Husband
Thirty thousand dollars damage is .
asked in a suit filed yesterday id
district court by Emma Kulhanek
against the father and mother of
her husband, James and Frances
Kulhanek. She alleges that they
alienated the affections of her hus
They opposed the marriage, the
says, and after the wedding they cir
culated false stories about her and
her husband, she charges. She says
they questioned the parentage of the
child when it was born and finally;
on January' 19, she says she was"
compelled to leave her husband an
return to her mother. '
Lt. Wm. D. McHugh Returns
to Omaha From Germany
Lieut. William D. McHugh, who'
went overseas last September, has
returned to his home in Omaha '
from Coblenz Germany, where,
since the signing of the
armistice he has been with the army '
of occupation. Lieutenant Mc-.
Hugh's wife, who has been with her .
mother in Buffalo, since her husband
went to .France, has joined him
here. Lieutenant . McHugh was at- -tached
to the Sixth infantry when '
he went away from Omaha, but he
war afterward transferred to the .
regular army, being with the Fourth
division at the time he left Ger
many to return to the United
Swift Gives $2,500 Towards
Fontenelle Forest Reserve
Louis F. Swift, Chicago packer,
subscribed $2,500 .toward the $100,- ;
000 fund for the purchase of ' the
Fontenelle forest reserve, when he
visited the city recently.
"It will be a fine thing for Oma- ,;
ha to own such a tract of land," said"
Strikebreakers Lose Their
Luxurious Hotel Quarters
Eighteen girls, who had been act-
ing as strike breakers for the West
ern Union Telegraph Co., and who t ,
had been living at the Blackston ,
hotel, were forced to leave their
luxurious quarters with the am ,,
nouncement of the close of th
close of the strike. '
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