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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 19gff.
1,000 ACRES Box Butt county farm land
US to 135 an acre In halt section lota.
. 8.' AND R. E. MONTOOMERT.
illJZlty Nafl Bank Bide.
For Neb. Farms and Ranches tea
Graham-Peters Realty Co..
I! Omaha Nafl Bit. Bldr.Omtha.
OOOD hey ranches tor al; will con
alder tome trad. T. JU Loraae, BurwelU
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
YOU WANT TO 8ELL THAT HOUSE?
Want quick action T Just try ua.
Call Tyler 4.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.. 410 BeBldI.
E. G. SOLOMON
Karbach Blk. Douc. !.
To'bnyvor sell Omaha Real Eatata
FOWLER & M'DONALD,
im City Nafl Bank BldJ-oll.
W. G. SHRIVER ZlulT
10l7- Omaha Nat. Bank Bid PJLj'
HAVK Inquiries for homes- do you want
to sell your property? 1.1st It with c.
A. Orlmmel. OrraNjinj3ajikBldg
WANT i or Vroom house from owner:
$500 down. Address Box X-100, Omaha
Real Estate Loans.
rARM LOANS The Conn. Wut. L'fe Ins.
Co. is still making farm loam through
Its fiscal agent, Paul Peterson, 364 Bran
dels Theater Bid., Omaha. Neb. Low
est rates, best terms.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
DUMONT A L'U.,
OMAHA HOMES EA8T.NEB. FAHM9.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
101 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug.JI71g.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY "LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock. 1514 DodgeD. 6610. Ea. 184.
1R TVi TP! XfOWTTV
1100 to $10,000 mad promptly.
T. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg., 810 8. 18th St
. PRIVATE MONEY-
8I10PE.N & COMPANY. Doug. 4228
FROMPT service, reasonable rates, prlvat
money. GarvlnBros., J45 Omaha Nat.
t. E. BUCK.. Loans. 442bmahNat.
Stocks and Bonds.
llO.OflTOmaha city warrants, 7 per cent,
registered. In amounts of 115 to J1.000.
South Side Land Co., 405 Brown Bldg.
MONEY IS, TIGHT
I will still bujr some good
farmers' notes at sub
stantial discount. I will
also buy certificate of
' EDWIN L. COYLE,
105 S. LA SALLE ST.,
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
LOTS, $25 CASH, ..
$10 A MONTH
Why not buy a choice lot and build
Inter, when your lot la paid for and
when It does not cost so much to
kUwl on offer you some choice lots
N at low prices and on easy terms. Right
where all those attractive bungalows
are being built. ...
The best buy Is In Waverly far.
45th to 48th. Wirt to Bedford Ave.
Has city water, sewer and lle,lk.?;
O This addition la on the high ridge north
of Clalrmont on Fontenetle Boulevard
r close to scnooi. -n ..... -
beat tiem for prices or terms.
Price on Lots
Spencer. 45th to Blvd S00
Wirt, 45th to Blvd 875
15th St. (Car line) 850
47th Ave., (Paved) 876
48th St., (Trees)
Let us show you these choice lots.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 Harney St. i Phone Tyler 50.
DANDY 10 ACRES
In a desirable and beautiful loca-
tlon. Just north of Ames Avenue
on 52nd St. It la one of the very
few good slsed acreage real close
In that Is for sale, and It Is only
going to be a short time before
these tracts will sell for many
times what this one can be bought
for now, as it Is now well built
up with desirable homes in this
24 acres, only miles from
Omaha, off the pavement but to
be paved soon; lies real well and
is In a good gardening state of
cultivation; very well improved:
modern house, a nice little set of
other improvements; Is now being
used as chicken ranch and truck
gardening. This place can be
Hnuirht ut a. haraaln on good
We have -also 40s, 80's and
, larger places a little farther out,
that are well Improved and lying
well, at prices that look attractive
to us. We will be pleased to re
ceive your inquiries and to send
descriptions of them.
39 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Douglas 553: Evenings. Walnut HQS.
SOUTH Side trackage, 8, 5" or 10 acres.
South Side Land Co.. Doug. 9 3 8 8.
CORNER lot on Blvd., near Douglas Mo
tor Bargain, 1700. Doug. 4641.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
Pralrl Park gnrag building near
36th and Ames, has an Income of 31,800
per annum.- Priced at 318.000 with
33.000 cash, balance per cent; for gar
age, factory, storage or similar pur
poses, or purely for Investment you
should look Into this. Call Investment
Payne Investment Co.,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
CST Om. Nafl Bk. Bldg.
II.000 square feet of good trackage,
on North 11th street, with switch in;
price. 25c per souare foot.
S. P. BOSTWICK & SON,
300 Bee Bldg. . Tyler 1506.
OIL LAND FOR SALE.
9ti7 acres deeded land, best ranch
buildings In radius of 100 miles; price
cheap. D. H. Eyler, Clarion. Is.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtors. Res.
Kstate, Investment, Insurance, Rent
als. Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
TO exchange, extra well Improved 150
acre south central Iowa grain and
stock farm; 3 V miles to obunty seat
town. Owned by two young men, both
working In large department store, want
small stock general merchandise or
hardware stock xof about 312,000 tD
315,000. Good terms on balance; no ob
jection to small town. Business where
two men could be employed. Box
Y-1216, Omaha Bee.
, WILL TRADE
A dandy 45-acre improved farm near
Cedar Rapids, la., priced very reason
able, for property in Omaha. Call Doug.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
LEAVING city, must sell my five-room
bungalow, three rooms finished upstairs.
2539 No. 62nd. Call Owner, Wal. 3246.
No Inflation In this fine home. Has
six large rooms completely modern with
big basement, floor drain, gas heater,
recently decorated. Two fine lots, 100
ft. frontage, plenty of shade and fruit.
Call Douglas 3261 for terms and full in
formation. Evenings call Wal. 3359.
Double corners, 62d and Farnam, 62d
and Izard. Priced right. Alfred Thomas,
604 First National Bank.
N'ETHAWAY. Suburban prop ty. Col. 1403.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
On Belt line, north side,
150 feet on track with equal
length on paved street.
Depth averages 128 feet.
Price, $8,500.00. Joining this
there is an additional 435
feet, also on track and pave
ment, that is under lease for
two years, bringing a 10 per
cent return. The entire 585
feet can be bought so that
you can use the 150 feet and
realize 6?4 per cent on the
purchase -price. Or the 150
feet can be borght sep
arately. At 13th and Jones A
quarter block with 132 feet ;
two-way trackage. This can
be bought either 66x132 or '
132 feet square. If you will
build on the 66x132 track
age part the entire price of
the lot will be carried back.
This location is in the heart
of wholesale activities and
the price is reasonable. Ad
ditional information on ap
BURR-SPIER & CO.,
204 Peters Trust Bkle;.
Excellent location, close in;
large lot, shade and fruit trees.
First floor has reception hall, liv
ing room, dining room and
kitchen; quarter sawed oak finish
and floors; second floor has three
-fine bedrooms and bath; large
closets; full cemented and parti
tioned basrtnent; an excellent
buy at $3,000 for home or invest
ment. Benson & Carmichael,
642 Paxton Block.
Tyler 3540. Evenings Walnut 1580.
West Side Houses for Sale
Three fine Dundee houses for sale by
owner. Real homes near Elwood apart
ments, one block from car line, slxftrom
school. Two full stories, all brick7 and
cement basements with floored attic
Sand float finish. All modern Improve
ments. Hard wood finely finished floors.
Has real fire place, built-in kitchen cab
inet with many compartments for con
venience. Portable table and seats for
breakfast room. Three and four bed
rooms. Tiled floor In bathroom. Fully
enclosed sleeping or sun room. Will
decorate all to suit and seed yard.
Monthly terms or cash. 'Phone Wal
ter Silver, Douglas 78, or Walnut 6776
Six rooms, all modern, fine lot,
AMOS GRANT CO.,
330-2-4-6-3 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
1 1-3 ACRES WEST
A bargain in one and one-third
acres with house, chicken houses,
good well, fruit, etc.; nice shade
trpj.c ..act front rinsed to car:
price', $3,500; $1,250 cash, $35 per
nTonth. La-.l Mr. Browne, iyier
Home Half Acre
Very neat home of. two rooms. 28x16.
a good piece of land, very nice for
chicken raising and gardening. Small
AMOS GRANT CO.,
. - REALTORS.
330-2-4-6-8 Brandeis Th. Bldg.
5-room strictly modern bungalow all
cn one rioor, lull c.emrni uaaciu-ni.,
I . nj.a eltfn larva Int.
south front on paved street, pavln.T
laid. Price. 35,000; located near 25h
Payne Investment Co.,
63T "Dm. National Bank Bldg.
Douglas, 1781? Sunday Colfax 8227.
West Farnam district.
H. II. Allen, exclusive agent.
Call Tyler 4260.
1TR SALE bv owner leaving city. Hans
com pant, near winasor scnooi, eigm-
room moaern rouse, not wawr
corner lot and garage. Harney 6274.
J. B. ROBISON, real estate snd Invest
ment. 44H Bee mag, uougias sum.
BENSON METERS CO.. 434 Om. Nafl.
6-Room Home -
1616 Willis Avenue,
Well-built house In good location,
close In. Corner lot with large shade
trees. Paved Btreet. House has large
reception- room, living room, dining
room and kitchen on first floor; three
large bedrooms and bath on second
floor. Full bricked up cellar. 31,600 first
payment and balance on easy terms.
Call Mr. Ormsby, Tyler 60. Evenings,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler- 80.
$8,750 BRICK HOUSE .
A modern, especially well-built
home; brick veneer, only five
years old, one block from Walnut
Hill car line. Full two stories
with living room, dining room, den
and kitchen, first floor; three nice
bedrooms second floor; oak floors
throughout with oak and white
enamel finish. Full south front
lot with cemented driveway and
garage for one car. Paving all
paid. Can give immediate pos
session. $2,500 cash will handte.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
918 City Naf l Bank Bldg. Doug. 2830.
2612 TAYLOR ST.
ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF AMES AVENUE,
six-room, up-io-me-imnute, strictly
modern bungalow all on one floor, con
sisting of living room, dining room and
kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bath; nice co
ntented basement; good lot; plenty of
fruit; one block to car line. Price 35.(00.
House Is vacant, possession at once.. First
come first served.
Payne Investment Co.,
537 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
2517 AMES' AVENUE
3500 DOWN AND 355 A MONTH.
Six-room, strictly modern, full 2-story
house: 3 nice rooms on the first floor,
3 bedrooms and bath on the second
floor; dandy lot on paved street, paving
paid. Price 36,000. First come first
Pajtoe Investment Co.,
537 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN
621 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4880.
7-F.OOM modern brick flat, located west;
oak finish; fireplace, and very attrac
tive; rent $85 per month; possession
Auguy 15. uougins 1734.
A FEW homes and lota for sale Id Park
wood addition; a safe place for Invest
ment, Norris & Norrls. Douglas 4270.
NEW oak finish home, 7-room, sun
room, tile bath, double garage, fireplace)
etc., 313,500. Terms Doug. 1734 days.
3515 N. 34TH ST. 7-r. modern. 11,000
cash. Crelgh. 608 Bee Bldg, Dg. 200.
MINNE LUSA homes and" lota offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
S-R. COTTAGE close to Fort Omaha; gas,
water, iikius. gooa repair. ('oi. 4182.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
10-room house and 148 feet of ground
on one of the prettiest residence streets
in the city. There Is ample room to
build another home on this ground and
the location cannot be surpassed. Ask
us for particulars.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
Douglas 46. 915-17 City Nafl Bk. BMg.
Including a 6-room all modern home.
$1,600 cash down. Come out on 38th
street, two blocks south of Martha street,
Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning.
Call Harney 1341.
MODERN 7-r. house, 4 bed rooms and
sleeping porch; newly painted and deco
rated; garage; one block to West Side
car; near Hanscom park; east front.
D. 3841. Har. 4999.
MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE NEAR UNION
STATION; FINE HOME FOR RAIL
ROAD MAN; FULL LOT; PLENTY OF
SHADE; FINE VIEW; 36,000. D. 4641.
FOR SALE 4-room house, 1915 So. 21st
Price 800. Tyler 1780.
WHEN BUYING A
Why not buy a new one and
you get the pleasure of the new
ness. .. I have a new bungalow
I can sell you for $500 down. It
is new, modern and well located.
Make the startnow to own your
own home. It is easy if you only
start. Call Wal. 5432 this eve
ning or D. 7412 days, ask for Mr.
"Strictly modern stucco bung
alow. If you have a small amount
to pay down you can buy a good
home. This new home can be
had on very easy terms. Good
neighborhood. Paved street. All
specials paid. Let me help you
to get a home. Phone Harney
3556 evenings or Doug. 7412 days.
Ask for Mr. Carse.
OAK AND IVORY FINISH
5-r., tile batlr floor, base-tub,
large attic, full cement basement,
terraced lot, exclusiveneighbor
hood. $1000 cash, bal. mo. Call
Mr. Mead, Dg. 7412 days or Dg.
TWO ROOM MODERN APART
MENT; CLOSE-IN; 21st AVE.,
AND HOWARD ST.- NEWLY
DECORATED; NO OBJEC
TION TO CHILDREN; $40.00
PER MONTH, v
E. E. AUSTIN,
. TYLER 785.
(SUNDAY TLYER 2968.)
Market and Financial News of the Day
Official Monday ,
Official Tuesday ....
Five 1ays this week.
Same days last week.
bame flays i! w s ago.
Same days 3 w's ago.
Same days year ago.
Omaha, Aug. .
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Receipts and disposition of live stock' at
the Union stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for
24 hours ending' at 3 o'clock p. m Au
gust 6, 1320:
Pat tle.Hogs. Sheep. Mules.
C, M. & St. P.
Union Parliio ....
C. ft N. W., east..
C. & N. AV'., west.
C. St. P. M. & O.
C, B. & Q., east..
C, B. A Q., west.
C R. I. & P., east
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
108 921 158
147 1,229 286
108 1,070 336
.... 2,009 ....
.... 23 ....
i 4'4 .... .
" iai 3,063
703 6,160 4,724
Total receipts.. 16 18 17
Morris & Co
Swift & Co
Cudahy Fkg. Co
Armour & Co
J. W. Murphy ........
Lincoln Pkg. Co.....
So. Omaha Pkg. Co.v
Higgins Pkg. Co
John Roth & Sons...,
Mayerowich & Vail..,
F. P. Lewis
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
Wertheimer & Degen
Midwest Pkg. Co.
Ogden Pkg. . Co. .
Cattle Receipts of cattle were even
lighter than yesterday, with an estimate
of 45 Ohead. Total for the five' daya is
18,200 head, ss compared with 25,900 head
a week ago and 31,100 head a year ago.
Not enough cattle were on hand to make
a market and prices were nominally
steady all around.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
10 1020 8 25 44 1064 13 40
L 1 : 841 . 9 00
UAL, V US.
69 181 1150
5 hfra. 794 7 60 hfrs. 496 E CO
34 civs. 173 11 50 3 civs. 136 60
16 civs. 266 10 50 30 fdrs. 859 8 65
10 fclrs. 763 7 0G 1 bull 1250 C 40
1 cow. S30 5 00
Quotations on attle: Good to choice
beeves, J15.0016.G6; fair to good beeves,
314. DO 16.00; common to lair -beeves,
311.5014.O0; good to choice yearlings,
315.2516.00; fair to good yearlings, 112.00
(i 15.25; common to fair yearlings, 37.00
12.00; good to choice native heifers, 310.60
11.50; fair ti good native cows, $8.50
10.50; choice to prime cows, $8.009.76;
good to choice cows, 6.508.00; fair to
good cows, $5.006.50; common to fair
cows, $3.605.60; good to choice feeders,
310.0011.00; medium to good feeders.
38.5010.00; commo.. to fair feeders, 36.60
8.50; good to choice stockers, 39.00
10.00; fair to good stockers, 37.609.00;
common to fair stockers, $5.007.60;
stock heifers, 35.006.00; stock co.s,
S4.506.00; stock calves, 35.508.60; veal
cnlves, 38.00ir.50; bulls, stags, etc., 35.60
(p 11.00; choice to prime grass beeves,
312.75 13.50; good to choice grass beeves,
311. 7512. 76; fair to good grass beeves,
310.0011.75; common to fair grass beeves
37.00 10.00; Mexicans. 38.00(3)9.75.
Hogs: Receipts of hogs were light again
today, . estimated at 77 loads or 6,300
head. There was a brisk demand and
trade was active at 1625o higher than
reeterday. Bulk of "packer hogs was
14.0014.35 and bulk to shippers was
$14.6015.50 with a top of 316.80.
Pr. No. Av.
No. Av. Sh.
86.. 478 ...
31. .376 ...
48.. 28 70
37. .168 ...
34. .233 ..."
73. .229 ...
59. .301 70
03. .283 70
70. .218 70
14 50 -
140 13 70
$0 Ida.. 103
77 13 00
67 11 00
An entire acre and as plendid house;
price is reasonable and we will make
AMOS GRANT CO.,
830-2-4-6-8 Brandeis Th. Bldg.
We consider ir the best little
buy in a modern but neat house
that we have today, is in nice con
dition with a splendid yard, over
a dozen bearing fruit trees, only
block and h::1f off -ear.
AMOS GRANT CO.,
RF AT TORS.
f 330-2-4-6-8 Brand. Th. Bldg.D. 8380.
HOUSE, 1513 NORTH
13TH ST. -
An extra well built house, finished
with selected oak-beamed ceilings and
built-in features; full cemeU basement:
large corner lot;"now vacant. Owner
will be at the house all day on 6th, 7th
and 8 th. A chance for someone to buy
afine home reasonably.
OWNER GOING AWAY
Fine rottnee well built, nuwly
rr.lnted, 5 larse rooms and bath, all
modern, co-i ei lot: paved street;
)ii-e, 33,660 on terms. 3019 Corby
btreet: look It over, owner will shaw
P. J. TEBBENS CO.,
' 'm. Nat. HIv Phone V. 23.
I HAVE a brand new five-room,
strictly modern bungalow for
sale which can be handled on a
small cash payment if you can
make a good monthly payment.
Call Walnut 5373. .y
BEAUTIFUL modern mansion, hardwood
finish, 2 lots, beautiful grounds. Great
bargain. 816.000. , .
G. P. STEBBINS, 1610 Chicago St.
Sheep Receipts of sheep and lambs
were light, only 4,600 head showing up
and trade had plenty of activity at
prices strong to quarter hlglier, smaller
sorts considered. Good fat lambs sold
at 313.0013.50 with some pretty good
ewes moving at 36.85, choice ewes would
likely sell up to 37.25. No wethers and
yearlings of consequence were received.
Feeder trade was active and strong with
good light lambs selling up to 112.50.
90 6 00
71 13 25 93 Ida.
1215 Ida. 56 12 in 130 Ida.
Quotations on sheep Fat range lambs,
312.6013113.75; feeding lambs, 310.60iQI12.50;
cull lambs, 37.0010.00; yearlings, 38.25
(99.0:1 feeding yearlings, 3&0O9.0O;
vethers, $7.258.50; ewes, 35.507.25;
feeding ewes, t4.75Jf6.60; ewe, culls and
Chicago "Live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 6. Cattle Receipts, 4,000
head; plain heavy steers, slow; all other
beeves and butcher cattle, steady to
trong; average quality, only fair; choioe
XI ouality steers, best offer ton. at 316.25:
bulk good beves, 314.5016.d0; bulk grassy
kinds, 39.60 14.00; calves, 25c lower; good
to choice vealera. J15.2515.75; heavy
calves, dull; stockers, draggy; bulk, 36.50
Hogs Receipts, 15,000 head; opened 10
15c higher, light and light butchers
closing 25c lower than early; others
steady, at morning's advance; early top,
316.40; bulk light and butchers, 315.15
16.25; bulk packing sows. 313.7514.10;
pigs, 1025c higher; bulk desirable kinds,
Sheep and Lamts Receipts, 10.000 head;
early sales steads', range sheep later 10
15c lower; top western lambs, 314.76; top
native, lambs, 311.25; bulk, 313.2514.25;
Montana wethers. 39.10; fat ewes, largely
38.008.25; feeding ewes. 311.0012.00.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City, Aug. 6. Cattle Receipts,
200 head; market steady; beef steers, good
fed, 314.60 16.00; fairly good, 313.00
14.50; common fed, 39.O012.60; grass
steers, 37.0011.60; fed yearlings, 38.60
16.25; grass cows, 36.008.75; fat cows
and heifers, 38.0012.00; canners, $3.50
5.50; vealers, 37.00 13. 60; common calves,
34.008.00; feeders, 38.0010.50; feeding
cows, 34.004.60; stockers, 36.008.50;
stock heifers, 34.607.00.
Hogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market 15
25c higher; light, 314.7615.25; mixed.
314.0015.60; heavy, 313.6014.00; bulk.
Sheep Receipts, 500 head; market
weak. , .
C hicago Tribune-Omaha, Bee Leased Wire.
New York, Aug. 6. After a fresh
dowward dip today, which establish
ed a number of new low records
among industrial issues, the stock
market turned upward. The quality
of business indicated that the cover
ing of short contracts accounted for
most of the- improvement and this!
puyuig seemed to have its root in
a favorable -interpretation of British
Russian exchanges over Poland. The
diplomatic and military news was,
however, conflicting on important
points and it was found difficult to
derive from late dispatches any hope
that the effort to capture Warsaw
would be discontinued by anything
happening at London. Stocks were
decidedly uneasy in the late trading,
several developing sudden spells of
weakness, but final prices, on the
whole, were firm. f
The true measure of the price
trend lay in the recoveries from bot
tom quotations and these were iair
ly extensive in case of railroad, steel
and oil issues.
Probably the slock market took heart
for its recovery from the action of the
foreign exchanges. As the disturbing new
from Poland had been gathering force all
week as a bearish factor In the price
movement, the short Interest was naturally
watching London and continental ex
changes for reflection of any positive de
velopments looktmr toward peace.
Sterling declined for a time after trad
ing began, out when the cables told of a
conciliatory attitude on the part of tho
Russian soviet representatives at the Brit
ish capital, a sudden upward swing of ta
to the pound occurred In a half hour, it
was then that the tide turned in stocks.
Thero seemed to be no further calling of
loans on an Important scale, a process
which had sadlj unsettled one or mora
pools yesterday snd disrupted the Indus
trial stocks, and the demand for call
funds was light, it was noticesble, how
ever, that when afternoon purchases
brought about the price recovery, the call
rate rose from 6 to 7 per cent.
Tha day's trading told nothing upo.i
which deductions could be made about the
future course of prices. Short covering
frequently brings rallies in a falling mar.
ket, and there U no way of selecting a
permanent turn la a price movement from
a temporary Improvement. It will be gen
erally conceded by market observers that
the Polish defeat and attendant threat
of renewed war between several powers
has not been tho dominant Influence be
hind the week's price decline. Rather,
one heeds refer t the credit situation and
the trend of commodity prices, together
witlrperslstent reports of cancelled or
ders, to find the most Important reasons
for pressure against -stocks. The business
outlook becomes more Interesting and un
certain as time passes. Dun's Index num
ber, covering a representative list of
wholesale commodity prices, showed on
August 1 a decline of 3.16 per cent during
the month cf July and a fall of 4.2 per
cent from the year's level of May 1.
Mos: of the downward readjustment oc
curred In breadstuffs, dairy and garden
products, with tho clothing class experi
encing a further depression.
Evidence coming from many quarters in
dicates that, if anything, the country's
banks have acted more decisively in the
last 10 days than before to reduce the
credit structure. Pressure to have loans
reduced presumably has had a part in
the lowering tendency o( wholesale prices.
The readjustment processes which the
federal reserve board found rather gen
eral in June have evidently made Impor
tant headway In July and thus far into
The grain and cotton markets fluctu
ated rather widely, wheat on the Chicago
futures market ti'st raising sharply and
'hen declining for a net recession, of about
3c per bushel. Cotton left off firm, after
an early reaction. Sterling exchange held
its lead until the close of business, clos
ing at 33.68. Continental rates, with
the exception of German marks, gained
ground. , . '
Range of prices of the leading stocks
furnished by Logan & Bryan, Peters
High Low Close Thur.
A.. T. & S. F 8! 80VI 80 81
Baltimore & Ohio 34 34 346 34
Canadian Pacific. . 1184 114 115 117
N. Y. & H. R 72 70 71 W. 70
Erie R. R 11 12 11 12A
Gt. Northern, pfd. 74
Illinois Central.... 83
Kan City Southern 11
Missouri Pacific... 25
Nt v.. N. H. & H,
Northern Pac. Ry.
Chi. & N. W..
Penn. R. R .,
C, R. I. & P.....
Southern Pac. Co. ,
Southern Ry 28
Chi.. Mil. & St. P.. 34
Union Pacific 118 116 117 116
Wabash 8 7 8 7
Am. Car & Fdry. . .134 132 134 132
Allis-Chalmers Mfg. 33 30 31 32
Am. Loco. Co 94 92 93 93
Baldwin Loc. Wks.106 103 106 105
Beth. Steel Corp.. 74 72 74 74
Colo. Fuel.ft I. Co 31
Crucible Steel Co.. 130 127 128 126
Am. Steel Fdrs 34 84 34 S4
Lackaw.St. Co... 65 64 65 66
MldvaU'St. & Ord. 39 57 38 39
Pross'd St. Car. Co. 97 93 97 S3
P.ep. I. & St. Co.. 81 78 51 81
Railway St. Spr 93
Sloss-Shef. St. & I. 61 69 61 60
U. S. Steel.., 80 84 86 85
BIRKETT & CO. V.
and Insures. 250 Bee Bldg. Douglas 6 3 3.
BEAUTIFULLY finished 8 -room house,
hot water heat. Bargain, 37,200. Dg.
2 lots, . near
Real Estate Transfers
John W P. Hurt to Josouh Hsrt.
28th street. 341 feet south of Uin
Iney street, west stilde. 4!x 1 26.4 . . . 3 1.000
Edward L. Cain and wife to Carrie
Belle Barrle, Laird street. 40 feet
east of 19th street, south side, 40x
Edward L. Cain and wife to John '
Spell, et. al., southwest, corner
28th and Btnney streets., 49 x
Edward L. Cain and wife to Charles
W. Porter. 40th avenue.- 40 feet
north of Fowler avenue, west side. x
Mabel Lee Murphy to Golda Verlene
Peckham, Titus avenue, 42 feet
west of 25th avenue, north side,
44x120 ...W 100
Charles W. Martin rnd wife to
Golda Verlene Peckhum, north
west corner 25th avenue and Titus
avenue 42x120 i 200
Claude DeV.'ald and Vlfa ti Jacob
L. Caplan. 23d street, 100 feet
south of Sabler street, east side,
Aneska Havlik and husband to John
W. Nelson and wife, 19th street,
1S9 feet south of O street, west
fl::13i . .VT. 3,50(i
. x Norton and "Wisband to Her-
St. Joseph Live Stock.
"St Joseph, Mo., Aug. 6. Cattle Re
ceipts, 800 head; market slow, steady;
steers. 39.0016.00; cows and heifers.
I3.6O0H6 6O; calves, 37.0013.00.
Hogs Receipts, 6,600; market steady to
10c higher; top, 315.75; bulk, fl4.5016.66.
Cheep Receipts, 600 head; market
steady; ewes, I9.507.76; lambs, 312.75
Duluth, Aug. 6. Linseed,
bert Rogorson, 36th street, 200
feet south, of King street, west
side, 80x146 2 700
George E. Hyde to Mabel Reed.
Burdette street, 225 feet west of
30th street, south side, 25x144,
and other property l
Anna Woltman, et. al., to Alois
Shejbal. et. al., 7th street, 400 feet
north of Bancroft street, west '
side, 60x100 : 7r,n
ATl'n Heeman and husband to Mary
Ellen Voorhees. 17th street, 20 7
fe-t south of Clark street, west
Kids?. 3Hxl40 :.nun
Dean O. Cooper and wife to Mnrtln .
J... Collins, Jr.. et. al.. D street, 60
feet east of 28th street, north
side, 60x60 2.800
John H. Trenerry and wife to Ida
C. Collins, Emmet street, 150 feet
east of 44th avenue, south side,
Kathrine Phlater Cowln and hus
band to Maud N. Hamilton, 37th
street, 24 feet north of Dewey
avenue, west side, 167x155 2,760
Charles E. Cottlng, et. a., to H. A.
Wolf & Co., northwest corner 17th
and Douglas streets, 66x132 345.000
Hrisiings tt Heyden to Anna Jacob-s-n.
37th street. 160 feet north of
' Brown street, west, side, 60x114..
I., tl. Aldrirh to Clara B. Aldrieh.
Ogden street. 200 feet east of 24th
street, north side, 50x160 '4.200
Anna Fleming to Ellen Fleming,
northwest corner 10th and Dorcas
streets. 60x69.9 2,000
Charles GUIan and wife to William
"F. Dewey. 4th street. 104 feet
r"r- oi Ami's avenue, easi stut, ,
,60x127 ., It 00
Anac. Cop Min 61 60 51
Am. S. & Ref. Co. 66 54 64
Butte & Su. M. Co. 18 18 18
Chile Copper Co.. 13 13 13
Chlno Copper Co.. 27 26 25
Insp. Cons. Cop... 46 46 46
Kennecott Copper. 23 22 23
Miami Copper Co.. 19 18 18
Nev. Cons. Cop 11 11 11
Ray Cons. Cop. Co. 14 14 14
Utah Copper Co... 62 62 62
Am. Beet Sugar... 80 78 80
A.. G'. & W. I. S. S.l-43 138 140
Am. Int. Corp 68 65 68
Am. Sum. Tob. Co. 80 81 80
Am. Cotton Oil.... 25 24 25
Am. Tel. & Tel 96 95 95
Am. Zlac, L. & S. 11 11 11
Brooklyn Rap. Tr. 10 10 10 10
Bethlehem Motors. 16 15 16 16
American Can Co.. 33 82 33 3i
Chandler Motbr... 84 81 83 82
Central Leather... 61 49 6160
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 40 88 39 39
Cal. Packing Corp. 65 64 64 64
Cal. Petrol. Corp.. 24 22 23 23
Corn Prod. Rfg... 87 84 86 85
Nat. Enam. & St.. 66 55 65 65
Fisk Rubber Co... 27 26 26 26
.jcii. electric l.o.,nu latfft 13 140
irnniun nmi, dc w. IV
Gen. Motors Co.... 21
Grodrich Co 52
Am. H. & Lthr. Co. 13
Hask. & Brkr. Car R
U. S. Jnd. Al. Co. 80
Internal. Nickel... 17
Internat. Paper Co. 76
Ajax Rubber Co... 46 .
Kelly-Spring. Tire 77
Keystone T. A Rub. 1
Inter. Merc. Mar. 24
Maxwell Mot. Co. 12
Middle States Oil 12
Pure Oil 33
Willys-Overland Co 16
Pierce Oil Corp.... 11
Pan-Am. Pt. & Tr. 81
Pierce-Arrow Mot.. 42
Royal Dutch Co... 71
U. S, Rubber Co.., 84
Am. Sug. Rfg. Co. 118
Sinclair Oil & Rfg. 25
Sears-Roebuck Co. 135
Stromberg Carb. .., 69
Studebaker Corp... 64
Tob. Pr. Co 02
T ....ront. oil ... II
"--ntf Co 42
P.S. Food Pr. Corn. 68
IT. 8. Sm. R. & M. ..
White Motor Co. . 47
Wilson Co.; Inc.. 62
Vest. Airbrake ..101
West. El. & Mfg. 46
Am. Woolen Co
Total sales, 957,100 shares.
Money Close, S per cent; '"Thursday
close. per cent.
Marks Thursday close, .0219.
Sterling Close, 3.62; Thursday close,
9 9 10
20 20 20
60 61 60
13 13 14
66 67 66
79 80 80
16 17 16
74 76 74
46 40 45
74 77 76
18 18 20
12. 12 12
11 12 11
37 38 38
.15 16 16
11 11 11
77 80 78
40 41 41
69 71 70
82 83 83
24 25 25
66 68 67
62 64 63
61 62 61
1C ' 11 12
40 41 40
66 68 58
47 47 47
52 62 52
46 46 40
- Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo.. Aug. (. (U. S. Bu
reau of Markets.) Cattle Receipts, 2,000
neaa; practically no native steers offered:
quarantine steers. 25c higher, at 110 000
12.00; she stock steady to strong; can
ners, strong to 25c hlglier; other classes
steady; best vealers, 313.00; most calves,
Hogs Receipts, 1,000; heavlen, steady;
others 10 n 15c higher: top, 315.80: bulk
light and N medium, tlt.6016.75; bulk
Sheep Receipts, J. 600: market slow;
IHHInfr ! rrttrterf srnrre sheen and tamhs.
about steady; be t 1'exas lambs, . 312.05; I
feeding and breeding ewes.
Omaha, Aug. ,6, 1920.
Wheat prices today ranged un
changed to 4o lower with the bulk
about 2c to 4c off Offerings had a
fairly ready sale at the lower prices.
Corn prices were unchanged to 4c
higher. ' Yellow showed the ex
treme advance, "white was a cent up
and mixed about unchanged. Oats
were J4c to lc up. Rye prices were
5c to 7c off.i Barley was not much
changed. Wheat receipts today
continued moderate and other grain,s
light. - '
No. 1. hard: 1 car, 32.60 (dark): 1 car,
32.49; A tar, (2.48 (dark, smutty); 11 cars,
32.469 cars. 2.45; 2 cars, 32.46 (smutty).
No. 2 hard: 1 car, 32.50 (dark, smutty);
11 cars, 32.46; 1 car, 12.43 (smutty).
No. S hard: 3-5 car, 32.49; 1 car, 33 46;
4 cars, 32.44; 1 car, 32.44 (heavy, smutty);
2 cars. 32.43.
No. 4 hard: 2 cars, 38.44; 1 car, 32 44
(smutty); 4 cars, 32.43; 1 ear. 32.43 (smut
ty); 4 cars, 32.42; 1 car, 32.43 (smutty);
1 car, 32.40 (smutty).
No. 5 hard: 1 car. 32.41; 2 cars, 32.40;
3-5 car, 32.39 (smutty).
Sample hard: 1 car, IJ.38; I cars, 32.37;
1 car, $2.36; 1 car, 32.35.
No. 2 mixed: 1 car, 32.43 .(durum).
No. 1 white: 1 car, 31.64.
No. 2 white: 8 cars, 31.53.
No. 3 white: 1 car, $1.50.
No. white: 1 car, 31.40.
No. 2 yellow: 1 car. $1.66; 2 cars, $1.55;
1 car, $1.64.
No. S yellow: 3 cars, $1.63.
Sample yellow: 1 car, $1.28 (heating,
No. 3 mixed: 2 cars, $1.45.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car. $1.45 (near white);
1 car, $1.48.
Sample mixed: 1 car, $1.30; 1 car$1.27;
1 car. $1.26; 1 car, $1.23 (heating).
No. 2 white: 2 cara, 74c.
No. 3 white: 1 car, 73c (shipper's
weight); 3 cars, 73c.
No. 4 white: 3 cars, 72c.
Sample white: 3 cars, 70c.
No. 2: 2 cars. $1.88; 4 cars, $1.85.
No. .1: 2-5 car, $1.87; car, $1.85.
No. 4: 1 car, $1.84.
Rejected, 1 2-5 car, 94c.
OMAHA RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Receipts Today. Wk. Ago. Yr. Ago.
Wheat , 166
Receipts Today. Wk. go.
Wheat 1,628,000 1,628,000
Corn 327,000 466,000
CHICAGO CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
KANSAS CITY RECEIPTS.
1 Today Week Year
Wheat 245 297 370
Cent 6 6 7
Oats 12 22 16
ST. LOUIS RECEIPTS.
Today .' Week Year
Wheat ...ju.... 295 253 243
Corn 22 33 '17
Oats 66 SO 27
NORTHWESTERN RECEIPTS OF
Minneapolis , 1 . . . 75
Wlnnip's. ..-n, 143
Modern miller says: Rust damage has
been severe In certain sections of the
spring wheat belt and our reports Indi
cate a crop not exceeding 275,000,000
bushels. Minnesota and South Dakota
have suffered most while it has been de
teriorating In parts of North Dakota be
cause of Insufficient rainfall. Movement
of winter wheat continues much below
that of last year. Interior elevators are
being filled. Canadian weather favorable
for crop maturity.
German grain purchases, Russells News
wires: From reliable sources it is learned
that considerable good buying of wheat
and rye Is going on under cover. For in
stance last Saturday one interest alone
filled orders for 20,000 tons of wheat and
60,000 tons of rye. Reports were curront
cf another German Inquiry in the. market
of 20,000 tons of wheat and frorn those
in touch with the German demand, this
buying is going ti prove a very Important
factor throughout the season as the Gor
man needs are large.
. Leading export Interests state, that tne
hipments this month and the rflrst half
of next month both wheat and rye will
be so large that It will open the eyes cf
the trade to tha foreign needs.
Yesterday's export business. Broomhall
says: Trade in cash wneat in tne new
York market was not very broad owing
to the limited . amounts offered. Most
of the business that was transacted was
in gulf wheat and prices were consider
During tne eariy morning ine irsi nan
September position f. o. b. gulf, was
quoted around xz.eu a pusnei, nui m urni
ness of the market in Chicago and
strength in all, grains caused buyers to
raise their price to $3.65 a bushel for first
half September. However, offerings even
at these advanced prices were rather ills-,
appointing and it was plainly evident that
the country was not anxious to sell at the
present time. Efforts were being made
by shorts to cover and It was partly this
demand which created the firmer. feeling.
The royal commission Is still out of the
market and It is being stated that the
demand from this source will probably
remain dormant for a while, until there
Is some betterment In the exchange situa
tion. CHICAGO CLOSING PRICES.
By Updike GrainCo.,Doug.2627,Aug.i
'Low. I Close. Yes'y.
New York Coffee.
New York. Aug. 6. Still ' lower levels
were reached in the market for coffee
futures today, owing to the continued
weakness of the Brazilian markets as re
flected both In Mllreis quotations and re
ports of lower cost and freight offers. The
market opened- at a decline of 10 to 13
points and active months sold aboot 19 to
20 points below last night's closing quota
tions with Derember touching 9.55c, com
pared with 10.80c, the high level of last
Monday. There was considerable cover
ing around these figures but unsettling
European conditions restricted buying and
last prices showed only moderate rallies.
December closed at 9.60o with the general
list showing a net decline of 11 to 17
Sptember, 9.19c; October, 9.33c; Decem
ber, t.60; January, 9.71c; March, 9.92; May,
10.04c; July, 10.14c.
Spot Coffee Dull; Rio 7s,.10c; Santos
4s, 16 17c.
Minneapolis. Minn., Aug. 6. Flour
606r higher: In carload lots, family
patents, mioted al S13.3513.i)0 a barrel
tn 98-pom:d cotton sacks.
Corn tl.45Wl.4T. '
Barley 87c31. 08.
Rye No. 2, $1.92 1.93 .
Flax No. 1. $3.383.40.
St. Louis Grain, .
St. Louis, Aug. 6. Futures Wheat De
cember. $2.38; March, 32.41.
Corn September, 31.46 Did; uecember.
74 o bid; December,
Chicago. Aug. 6. Potatoes Weak; re
ceipts, 45 cars; Eastern, $8.757.0O bbl.:
Knrsas and Missouri Early Ohlos, $3.50
$3.65; Kentucky Cobblers. 84.004.10.
X Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City. Aug. . Wheat Decem
ber. $2.54: Morrh, $2.36.
Corn September. 31.40: December.
181.22: May, $1.25.
By CHARLES D. MICHAELS.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Dee Leased Wire.
Chicago, Aug. 6. War, weather
and transportation coalitions had an
influential part in the grain markjCtS
today. War news was the most im
portant being largely responsible for
the early bulge and late reaction,
wbjch was started by reports of an
armistice being signed by the Poles.
Operators who were the largest buy
ers early this and late last week
when fhe heavy selling was on, took
advantage of the advance to secure
profits in such volumj as to have
a tlcprssing effect. At the dose
prices were around the lowest of the
day with wheat 3 3-4c to 4c lower,
corn off 1-2 to 1 l-8c with September
leading, oats were unchanged to l-4c
lower, rye off 4 to 5 l-2c and barley
2 1-4 to 3c. Trading sentiment al
though bullish early was materially
modified by the break at the last.
vVhea at the ten prices was up 8c
over the previous day's close, showing an
pdvar.ee of nearly 420 from the low oir
Monday. The bulge was on war news,
snd It was the main strengthening fac
tor most of the day. Buying early was
not strong enough lo hold values In tha
face of a reduction In the export demand
with few bids In the market, and they
out of the line.
Corn Affects, Wheat.
For the first tlmo this week the break
In corn had n Influence on wheat trad
ers, and started the decline which ex
tended to 12o from tho top, with the close
easy and the feeling uncertain. So long
as exporters buy freely traders have con
fidence In value, but when they stop they
become nervous. Hedging sales and profit
taking was a factor In making the de
cline, which was also assisted by the
drop In cash premiums at the 'last. The
thieo southwestern markets had 665 cars,
against 613 cars a week ago and 724 cars
lust year. i
General export demand for wheat to
day was poor, and only a few sales were
i"de to the seaboard or gulf. There Is
very little wheat sold for shipment from
Chicago beyond August, and from the
gulf beyond October. Germany was re
ported as having taken 760,000 bushels
wheat and '1,760,000 bushels rye recently.
Cash wheat premiums at Chicago closed
(l7c lower, with No. 1 red and hard
winter 12o over December at the last
after sales as high ns 19c over for hard
curly, buyers withdrawing from the mar
ket at the last. As compared with the
previous day's close,! hard winter was
about 10c lower. No. 1 hard sold at
32.49ig)2.61. Receipts 194 cars. Includ
ing 176 cars No. 1 and No. 2. Outside
markets closed easy. Mills competed for
the small offerings at Minneapolis, and
prices there were 1015c higher.
Selling Checks Advance.
War talk and dry weather over parts
of the corn belt was reflected in a bulge
65c early, with general buying and
Mop order covering In evidence. Offer
ings were limited on the way up until
the offer prices was reached. Selling by
the holders of offers checked the advance
el $1.53 for September, which showed
20c above the low of Monday.
Rumors that Russia and Poland signed
an armistice brought In a wave of buy
lug. The Armour Grain company, Jack
son Bros., Stein-Alatrln, Nye-Jenks, Up
dike, Cement, Curtis & Leland sold heav
ily, and there was pressure on the market
until the close. At the inside figure
prices showed 67c under the early
high, September showing the most de
cline. At the finish the spread between
the two deliveries was 18c, against 21
the previous day.
The change In the political news fron
abroad caused tho dry weather reports to
be ignored after prices started downward.
No rain of consequence was shown on
the weather map, and the forecast was
for fair and warm.
Cash Demand Good.
Demand for carh corn was good, and
? rices llc higher, with No. 2 mixed
1.57 and No. 2 yellow $1.59 at the last.
Receipts 67 cars. Consignment noticeB are
falling off. St. Louis reported the pur
chase of 15,000 bushels from Texas.
Buying power In oats futures exhausted
Itself early, after prices had advanced
l82c In sympathy with, corn, and
heavy selling by the pit element and com
mission houses rofulted In a break of 2
a2Vc. with the finish within 00 of
the bottom. The September-December
spread widened to 2e at the last.
Premiums on cash oats were 23e lower,
buyers backing away from the offerings.
Consignments wer.i reported as larger, due
to the advance In prices. Sample values
were 2c lower at the last Receipts 108
Rya broke 1012c. after being 6c
higher, and closed easier. An offer o
sell 6,000 bushels December caused a drop
of 5c without a trade at one time. No,
2 on track and in store sold at 12c over
September, and a small lot sold at 23c
over September, track New York, from
tha northwestror last half August ship
ment. Spot sales were 'at $1.98. Receipts
Barley advanced 2c, with a fair demanj
for choice from industries, while shippers
were after feeding kinds. Spot sales were
at 07c $1.22." Receipts 8 cars. -Pit
Seme of the receiving houses say that
there is a deckled Increase In the con
signment notices of grain to Chicago as
a result of the advance.
Hulburd, Warren As Chandler said the
grain situation of lute has been aggra
vated by small receipts and by a strong
cash demand, spot wherft yesterday being
1520c higher, spot corn 6c ihigher, and
spot oats 4 6c higher. Furthermore, no
rain was reported in the dry sections of
the- corn belt, and the forecast was for
fair weather generally.
Minneapolis wires Shaffer & Stream:
"Cash wheat 5c higher. A few cars of
choice No. 1 dark scid 20c higher than
yesterday's close. General average lOo
Warehouse receipts for shipment of
1,199 bushels No. 2 vellow corn were can
celed; 177 bushels No. 3 yellow and 674
bushels No. 3 mixed corn. Also 9,062
buihels No. 3 whits oats and 1,002 bush
els No. 2 rye.
Harris, Winthrop & Co. said: "There
was a little more Inquiry for provisions
for Europe. Holders were much encour
aged by the rally. In general, we regard
provisions as having merit, and believe
that purchases on the recessions are
likely to prove profitable."
J. K. Riordan of Rlordan, Martin &
Co., has returned from the southwest,
and Is talking bearish on corn.
York. Aug. 6. Cotton Spot,
Bonds anJ Notes
Bonds and nets quotations furnished by
Peters Trust company:
Am. T. & T. Cs, 1924...
Am. T. & T. 6s, 1935..
Am. Tob. Co. 7s, 1922..
do 7. 1983 ,
Anaconda Cup. 1929
Ang. Frh. Ex. 6s, 1920
Armour. conv. 6s, 20-24
Armour 7s, 1930
Belgian Gov. 6s. 1925..
do 7s. 1945
Beth. Steel 7s. 1922....
do 7s, 1923,
British 6s. 1989
do 6s. 1981
C. B. & Q. 4s, 1921...
Can. Gov. 5s, 3929...
C. C. C. & St. L. 6s. 19
cud. Pack. Co. 7s. 1923
Goodrich. 7s. 1925
Jap. Gov. 1st. 4s, 1926
do 4s, l3l
Light. & Myers 6s, 1921
l'roct, & Gam. 7s, 192$
do 7s, 1923
Swift A Co. 6s, 1931...
Swiss Gov. 8, 1940
Union Pacific 6s, 1923.
Wilson conv.. 6s, 1928..
Local Stocks and Bonds
aA nA tints. ouotnAtoni furniihed by
peters Arwsi vuniy .
Bid. Asked. Y'ld,
Am. T. T. 6s. 1924.... 92
Am. T. & T. 6s, 1925.... 93
V foh rn 1m. 19!2 99
Am. Tob. Co. 7s, 1923..., 99
Anaconda Cop. s, 1929.. 87
Ang.-French Ex. 6s. 1920. 99
Armour Conv. 6s. '20-'$4. 93
Armour 7s. 1930 96
Belgian Gov. es. idzd.... sv
, , - I l Onu 1 1L m 1 Q 1 r, fifl
ll.ih Hi.bI 7a. 1923 98 Vi
tfatn. Bieei is.
British 5s. JZ3....
British 6, 1921....
,i VI Mm II 4 1991.
Can. Gov. 6s. 1921.
can. gov. os, ivt
'an. Gov. 6s, 1929 ' "
r, r. M. a T. Am in?fl 83 KIU,
Cud. Pack. Co. 7s. 1923.. 97 97
Goodrich 7s. 1925 93 94
Jap. Gov. 1st 4s. 1926. 71 73
Jap. Gov. 4a. 1931 63 64
I.gt. a Myers es. inzi.... i
Proct. & Gara. 7s. 1923.. 99 99
Proet. & Gam. 7s, 1923.. 99 100
Hivlft A Co. da. 1921 97 97
Swiss Gov't. SB, 1940 103 103
Union Paclflo 6s, 1928... 07 si
Wilson Conv. 6s. 1928.... 8T . 18
New York Metals.
New York. Aug. 0. Copper, iron antl
money and lead unchanged
Tin Plrm. 149.76.
Zinc Steady; East St. Louis, 7.6507.650.1
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Eggs No. 1, 45o per dor.; No. i, S3
Butter 42o per pound.
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