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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920.
Stock and Bonds.
MONEY IS TIGHT
I .will still buy some good
farmers' notes at a sub
stantial discount. I will
also buy certificates of
EDJVIN L. COYLE,
105 S. LA SALLE ST.,
WATERLOO Creamery preferred. 0
shares; will exchange for Liberty Bond,
any Issue, at ratio of 10 ahnrea for 3700
par value Liberty Bonds. Will consider
all or any part. Call Doug. 1311, pr
write Box A-76. Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED;
For cash. B-r. mod. cottage or bunga
low, near 20th A Vinton. What have
you? Address Box A-74, Omaha Bee.
TOW WANT TO SELL THAT HOUSE?
Want quirk action? Just try ua.
Call Tyler 496.
OSfiORNE REAt.TT CO.. 430 Bee Bldg,
HAVE BUYERS with $500 cash, down.
Mat with ua. R. F. Clarv Co.. 240 1-
; Amen Ave. North Omaha Realtors.
212 Tiarbaih Blk. Pout, 6281
To buy or noil Omaha Real Estate aee
. .FOWLER & M'DONALD,
3 12" Clly N'at'l Bank Bldg. Poug. 1425
W. G. SHRIVER
1fl7. Omihl Va TtanW Tllrlv r. l.TJG
HAVE Inqulrtaa for homes; do you want
to. aell your property? Llat It wltu C,
a. orimmei. Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg-.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
10 ACRES, improved; 70th and Mason
Eay term. WJ11 sacrifice. Call owner
Miller Park District
Lots $700 to $900
We have a few lots left in thl die
trict. They have sewer, water and tins
in the street and have ornamental light
ing system. Street is paved. Terms,
$100 cash and $10 a month.
tW. Farnam Smith & Co.,
1320 Farnam St. - Doug. 664,
Very choir lot, 260 feet east frontage
by 270 feet deep. High, sifthtly lo.
cation. Slopes to the east, south and
west. Owner la making the very low
price Of $i,000. Terms if wanted.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 Harney SU Phone Tyler 50.
. Building Lot
' High sightly location on paved
street. Price $-4,500.
GEORGE & CO.,
902-12 City National BankBldg
SOUTH Bids trackage.
South Slda Land Co.
3. 6 or 10 acres,
, Poug. 1388.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
Dietz Memorial Church,
10th and Pierce Streets
" 'This congregation has purchased new
. eiiiariara and offers this property at a
price that ia exceedingly lew. The
church kutldlng la of stone construction
consisting of two large auditoriums and
a number of clasa rooms. Situated on a
fin huslnesa corner with 81 feet front
rte on loth St. Close to car tarn and
.i .- TL- k..ttln, nan Ha roiadllv cmw
Vuepi'in. 1 lie vuiiuihi. m.t n ..........
verted Into very oeslrahle f-ictory or
mall Industrial, quarters. A positive
bargain at $10,000. Ask for Mr. Nelson.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60.
NEAR 26TH AND
RENTAL $45 PER MO.
Store and Cottage on paved
street, paving all paid. Figure
the interest on your investment
this beats 8 per cent.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
918-20'City National DoupSSO.
FORCED TO SACRIFICE Two swell
: pressed brick flat buildings, facing on
I streets, walking distance, west. In
come over $5,000 per year. Need the
money and right party can make their
own terms. Box Y-l28. Omaha Be.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtors, Real
Estate, Investment. Insurance, Rent-
Jli Tyler 1538. 833 Securities Bldg.
INVESTIGATE) Proven Exchange System;
results guaranteed. Chan, llcth, Patt.r
on Blk. P. 2048.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
Kellastone and trams construc
tion, located on a high, sightly
' east front lot; large living room
with fireplace and bookcases; din
ing room an! kitchen with many
j built-in features: separate ice box
1 room: four corner bedrooms snd
hath second floor; furnace heat,
double varage, will aell thla prop-
erty with on or two lots. Owner
will tniKi an attractive price and
give immediate possession aa he
"' wants to move to California.
. GEORGE &CO.,
101 Cit Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tyler 3024.
Elegant story and half semi
bungalow. . Three fine rooms
down and two and bath if?. Oak
floors and finish, east frontage.
Possession at once. Prand new.
Convenient to two car lines. Only
$1,000 cash required. Call Walnut
5373 or Doug. 7412. Ask for Mr.
Dundee Hcyne $10,000
Owner 'eavh.g city: quick pnssssly-i;
T rooms. 3 stories and attic, finished in
ejuarter-sa wed oak, first floor: hot water
hat; bul.t by expert carpenter con
tractor for his home; In excellent con
dition; must bt eeen to be appreciated:
- one of the best values for the money to
be found "n P'jndee.
FOWLER & M'DONALD
y-H City Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Pouglu n:t.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
Trouble corners, 52d and Farnam, ltd
and Isard. Priced right. Alfred Thomas,
04 Flrat National Bank.
AT OLD-TIME PRICES.
Two t-room extra well built home
I ! 250 each: terms. One 6-room fo
13,000: another. 13,15": atlllanother for
31.000. and a dandy "-room for 14.300.
Owner retiring; and going to California
to live and says "good proposition on
"jr. F. CLARY CO.,
NORTH OMAHA REALTORS.
Amee Ave. Colfax
NETHAWAY. Suburban propty. Col. 140,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Seven-room, full J-atory, strictly
nvidern houae. large living room
serosa the front with built-in fire
place, bookcases and aetee. dandy
large dlntnv room with 7 windows
and built-in buffet and bookcasea,
large kitchen, butler's pantry and
ice box on the first floor, finished
in oak, 3 nice bedrooms Hnd sleep
ing porch on the second floor, 2
maids' rooms finished on the third
floor, full cement basement, fur
nace heat, dandy large lot facing
on boulevard, garage for 2 cars.
Owner leaving; city, has offered to
sacrifice at IS, 500,' $2,600 cash.
Payne Investment Co..
Omaha National Bank Bldg. Pg. 1781.
, . Ask For Mr. Gibson.
Evenings Calls Colfax 3227.
Home and Nice Income
Over $168 a month Income In
addition to four nice rooms and
sleeping porch, occupied by pres
ent owner. Other side consists of
three 2-room light housekeeping
aparfments, all separate, and a
garage for three" tars. Very nice
home, all modern, tip-top shape,
on good lot. 50-foot front, and
, Just a nice close-in home that will
make you good money with little
extra work. On 28th Street, near
Jackson, and priced at $10,600.
Just figure what thla meana, espe
cially to the retired man or man
employe! in stores or ' offices.
Further particulars at. your com
mand. Payne Investment Co.,
Omaha National Bank Bldg. Doug. 1781.
ask ror Mr. Campbell.
This stucco home Is above the average
in construction, convenience and ap'
pointment. First floor has recention
hall with roomy coat closet, larte living
room w.tn a real fireplace, casement
windows and French doora to un
room, dining room, butler'a pantry,
kitchen and Ice box room; oak floora
and oak. woodwork. Second floor haa
one bedroom across front of house, fine
closet with a window In it and mirrored
door; two other bedroonn, one with
extra lavatory; maids room: enclosed
sleeping porch and bath. Onk floors
and birch finish. Floored attic, full
basement, stationary tubs. For further
First National Bajik
$1,000 Down and $40 Per
6-room, atrictly modern cottage;
4 rooms and bath on the first
floor, one room finished on the
second; located near the Prairie
Park, iistrl-t: dandy cemented
basement., furnace heat: extra
large orner lot south front, on
paved street' paving patd. House
vacant; c& get possession at
once. Price $4,600; a snap.
Payne Investment Co.
Omaha National Bank Bldg. Douglas
l.H. Ask for Mr Gibson. Sunday calls,
I have a good lot, near car litis
and school, and I will build a
small house for you if you really
want ft honied A small cash pay
ment -.will, "handle' this and you
?an pay the balance tike rent. If
you are tirett of paying high rent
and getting nothing in return call
nie evenings at Walnut 127.
3419 BURT ST.
A REAL BCT. Five rooms a'l modern
except hesi. lot Wxl0, only 1V4 blocks
to Harney car line. Owner leaving city
Sept. 1, must sell. Terms very reason
H. W. VOLLAND,
EVENINGS WEB, 6726.
rOUO. 9ri86. ' 610 BEB
One block from car, twa clocks from
Cathedral we have a substantial 8-room
stucco home, with double garage. Price
$8,500 and we can make good terms.
604 First National Bank.
Five nice rooms and bath, strictly
modern, dandy lot, garage, located in
the new Montclsir addition. Prloe only
$6,000. $1,000 down.
OSBORNE RF.ALTY CO..
4 i EH .JItS LJ?J d 8f. Tyler 49 1.
FOR SALE by owner leaving city, Hans-
com park, near Windsor school, eight
room modern house; hot water heat;
corner lot and garage. Harney 6274.
BRWTS PARK DISTRICT, 8-room house
with garae; nrge corner lot; Big Par-
Cal' Irving Sorensen. Dong. 6790.
J. B. ROBISON.
ment. 442 Bee Hlttg.
" Pouglas 8097.
BENSON & METERS CO., 424 Om. Nat'l
" BEM1S PARK
8 ROOMS, $15,000.
One of the finest 8-room homes
ht this beautiful district; quarter
sawed oak, hot water heat, tiled
both and shower. Toilet and bath
irt basement. Large 90 foot lot,
beautiful shade trees; house has
j.-st beer, painted and redecorated;
now vacint. immediate possession.
Can make attractive terms on this
and will be pleased to show atany
tinie. Best buy in Omjtha for" this
J. L. HIATT COMPANY.
900 First Nat"! Bk. Bldg. Tyler 63.
YOU'D BE SURPRISED
to see' what you can buy this
fine fivf-room stucco bungalow
for. The terms are so easy, a
small cash navment and then just
like rent. New, neat, nifty. Conx
pietely rrodern. Paved street, all
specials paid Phone Doug. 7412
davs and ask for Carse. .
MOVING TO WASHINGTON.
Will give Immediate posserslon: $
large rooms and oath; oak flniea on first
floor: rooms richly decorated: furnace
heat, full basement, toilet in basement:
south front lot. triple garage, paving
paid, close to school and two car lines
and Florence boulevard. Price for Quick
ale $6,600. A PICKUP.
RASP BROS.. REALTORS.
210-12-14 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
My wonderful home on Curtis
Ave. is for sale. Five large rooms,
tile bath and base tub, built-in
features, south frontage, close to
park and blvd. Call Mr. Mead.
Plumbing and Heating
The Shop That Gives Yen Service
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.
Douglas 1431. 324 So. lth St.
5500 CASH DOWN.
Tour choice of partly modern, on
paved atreet. lust north of Prairie park
district. One for $2,000, the other for
R. r. CLART CO
NORTH OMAHA REALTORS.
(404 Ames Ave. Colfax 176.
Snap for $4,500
Five large rooms and bath; atrictly
modern; floored attic; dandy lot: $1,000
casn win nanaie.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
430 Peters Trust Bldg. Tyler 46,
i ROOMS, atrictly modern bungalow. 2.1th
Fowler. Choice neighborhood, $5,250;
I-ROOM Mlnne Lusa bungal'w. Brand
new. Price $7,400; $3,000 cash.
C. D. HUTCHINSON CO.,
Call Mr. Franklin. Webster 8462,
modern cottage at
28th St., first-class
Price $4,500. $750
E. E. AUSTIN,
Ty.785. 1305 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg,
7-r. strictly modern home, garage.
bearing fruit, steam heat.' large lot.
26th and apauidng; immediate posses
sion. W. G. SHRIVEft.
P. 1636. 1047 Om. Nat'l Pk. Bldg.
MODERN COTTAGE -I
Five-room, strictly modern, near 34th
and Grand Ave., paved street. $4,760.
Terms. Shown by apolntmenL
R. F. CLARY CO..
2404 Ames Ave. Colfax 176.
NORTH OMAHA REALTORS.
NaiW oak finished home. 7-rooms, sun
room, tile bath, double garage, fire
place, etc., $13,500. Terms. Pg. 1734
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
631 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 48S0.
3208 SEWARD STREET.
$500 makes the first payment on this
part mod. house. Creigh. 508 Bee Bids.
A FEW homea and lots for ssle In Park-
wood addition; a safe place for invest
ment Norrls Norrls. Douglas 4270.
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
Six Rooms, $6,500
This neat two-story home hss three
rooms and reception hall first floor and
three bedrooms and bath second. Full
basement, stationary tubs, hot witter
heat. Oarage, paved alley. Paving
paid. Located on Cass, east .of 30th
St. Terms. 1
604 First National Bank Bldg.
FIELD CLUB "
Here Is a beautiful 6 room, two
story house in one of the prettiest
blocks In this residence section; strictly
modern In every way and only three
yeara old. An excellent value at $10,500.
Ask us for appointment.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
Poug. 46. . $15-17 City Nat'l Bank Bldg,
Field Club District
Six rooms and sleeping porch, living
room, dining room and kitchen down
stairs, oak floors and finhrh, three bed
rooms, bath and sleeping perch up
atairs. Full basement.
604 First National Bank.
FOR SALE 4-rooin house. 1915
21t. Price 3800. Tyler 178".
A New Home for
for only . $500 down. Be one o
the fortunate people who s?ets one
of the few bungalows I have left,
at most reasonable terms on earth:
It is new and- all modern and well
located. Call Wal. 5432 evenings
or D. 7412 days. Ask for Mr. Cole
Tou can buy this 5-room nouse by
raying me what you now pay for rent
Small cash payment .renuired; thor.
oughly modern; brand new; .beautifully
located. Call Mr. Strkhouse, Doug.
14S4; Tyler 1313 evenings.
BIRKETT & CO.,
and Insures. 2S0 Bee Bldg. Douglas 633.
FOUR-ROOM house, i lots, near Windsor
school. Bargain. Pg. 4641.
Real Estate Transfers
Homestead Co. to Joseph Houfek,
Polk st.. 243 ft. e of 36th at., n s,
80x134 $ 2,200
Homestead Co. to Edward S. Maule,
Polk st.. 80 ft. e of 36th at., a a.
80x134 ;.. 2,850
John Dwlght Evans, extr., et ai. to
Bertha Brown, 65th St., 100 ft. n
of Harney st., w s, 60x125 ' 1,190
Richard Pefoort and wife to Paul
Vaneste et al., s cor. R. R. ave.
and Monroe at, 70x60 1,450
Harry H. Hart and wife to Patrick
McCabe, 31st ave., 46 ft. n of
Fowler ave., w s. 46x136 ; 6,500
Fred W. Black and wife to Caroline
Miller et al., 22d st, 120 ft. of
B St., w e, 60x130 78
Peter de Laet and wife to Lottie M.
Holmes, Plnkney et., 92 ft. e of
25th ave., n . 48x1-00; 25th ave.,
100 ft. n of Plnkney st, e a,
W. G. Sloan and wife to Joseph C.
Stolinski, 28th st., 200 ft. n of
Ed Crclghton ave.. e s. 60x136.. 600
Rudolph B. Tlrak and wife to Paul
E. Sturges, 31st st, 85 ft. a of '
Parker st.. w s, 42.6x113.6 4,700
Metta Petersen et al. to J. M. Rob
ertson, 64th st. 50 ft n of Grant
St.. w s. 175x128 ,000
Homestead Co. to Carrie Colin. Har
rison St.. 337 ft. w of 33d St.,
n s, 40x126 210
John R. Kelly to Charles F. Erlck
son and wife, aw cor. Fontenelle
blvd. and Kansas ave., 60x130... 100
Sterling Realty Co. to Archibald J.
Love. 19th St., 97.6 ft. a of How
ard St.. w s. 3x136 18,000
The following quotations are furnished
by Logan A Bryan, members of all prin
cipal exchanges. Room 248. Peters irusi
building (formerly Bee building). Seven
teenth and Farnam streets, Omaha Neb.:
Am Smelt Rfg. 6s 76 f 76;4
Am. Tel. Col. 5s. 1845 liJZ i Z
Armour 4Hs, 1939 74 74
B. O. Ref. 6s. 1995 62 62i
B. A O. Cvt. 4'4S. 1933 63H
Cal. Gas Unl. 5s. 1937 83,g 86
C, M. &St. P. Gen. 4i4s. 1932 67 O 67Vi
C, M. St P. Gen. Ref.
4s, 3014 ""-.iv
C. R. I. P. Ref. 4s. 1934... 66 w jjti
P. R. G. Col. 4s. 1936.....'.
Gt Nor. 4Hs, 1961........... J6H 81H
III. Central Joint 6s, 1933 U 74?,
Mo. Pac Ref. 6s, 1953 I7V4W 88
Mo Pao. Ref. 6s. 1926 S3Hf
Mo. Pac. Gen. 6s. 1975.- T.2Hg Wtt
Rio Grande W. 1st 4s. 1929.... 64 65
St L. ft S. F. P. L. 4s, 19o0.. 6o4 f6J4
St. L. ft 8. T. Adj. 6s. 1955... 1V, 61H
St it ft S. F. Inc. 6s. I960.... 48H9 8
ST.ftS.W. Inter. 6s, 1953... 655 66H
W TT. Tel. Col. Tr. 68, liJK... ta ik iots
K r. Sou. 5s. 19!
65 ti 65
57 tJH 53
40 9 40',
C. G. W. 4s. 1959
Sea Bal 4a, 1989
Colo. Southern 44s, 193o..
C. ft O. 6s
I. R. T. 6s.........
Hud. ft Man. Ref. 6a
New Tork Bonds.
Atchison 4s IJftSliS
B. ft O. Con. 4s 5.i?S5l2
Beth. Steel Ref. 4 1211.2
Cent. Pac. 1st 4s .!,it.'.
C. B. ft d. Jt. 4s H 4!! '
St. Paul Gen. 4Ha .ISJl
C. 4 N. W. Gen. 4s 73 f 74
U ft N. tit 4s 77
New Tork By. 4a 17 g 21
North. Pac. f. U 4 74 74 ,
Reading Con. -4s 78 Ji'
Union Pacific 1st 4a.,...,. 80 tlt
U. S. Steel Ee.....v 91H9
IT. P. 1st Ref. 4a.. J!, 7374
8. P. Cv. 6s ....1 94 995
S. P. Cv. 4a 74 744
Penn. Con. 4Hs 89'4S9
Penn. Gen. 4ViS 748. 74 1
Co. Com. ( 76 t76h
London, Aug. 19. Bar Silver (Id per
Money and Diajount Unchanged.
New Tork. Aug. 19. Bar Silver Domes
tic unchanged ; foreign. 994e. -Mexican
Dollars Unchanged. n
Official Monday 10.761
Official' Tuesday .... 7,644
I'fflclal Wednesday.. 6,670
Estimate Thuradiy.. 3,000
Four days this week 27,075
Same days last week 15.402
fame days i w's a'o 17.752
Sam days w's a'o 20,810
Samo day.-, year ag. 49,395
26.019 107. 3'U
Receipts and deposition of live stock
the Union Stock 1 ards, Omaha, Neb., for
4 hours enJing at 3 o'clock p. m., August
1, 1920. . I
C M. & St. P. . . 1
Unitn Pacific. 36 26
C . & .V. W e. 8 10
C. A N. W.. w. 38 2
C S P M & O 2
C, B. A Q.. e. 2 4
C. B. & Q., w. 1 14
C Jt I & P etst 14 - 10
C R 1 & P V 3 2
Total receipts. . lis 107
Mot's A Co. .
Swift A Co
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour & uo
Schwartz & Co
J, W, Murphy
So. Om. Packlne Co.
Ogden Parking Co.
Htggins racmng t o.
Maycrowlch & Vail
r. O Pea
Wilson & Co
W. 6. Van S t & Co.
Flerton aV Van riant
F. P. Lewis
J. B. Root 4 Co....
J. H. Bulla
F. IS. Kellosg
Werthelmer & Pe n
Ellis & Co
Mo -Kan. C. C. Co.
E. O. Christie
Jenrcn A I.undgren
Pennls & Francis. .
Cheek & Krehs
Omaha Packing Co.
Midwest Parkin? Co
Cattle About 3 00J cattle were yard-id
tod.ty or a little lest; than half of yester
day's official run. For the four days the
tota1 is 27,900 heed or 7,000 more than for
the same days week ago, but light as
oomiared with 4, 300 at tne same time
:ast year. ( orn tod steers ana yearlings
wen- lack ns on tnis mornings mam
nd prices ver chfly nominal. For the
four dava values are steady to strong.
row stuff old rather slowly at another
decilr.e of 1626o making the drop from
last week's clo 60cirri.00. Very little
was doing in feedoro and tho plain kinds
ol'. 25m 600 below last Friday, western
steers were also scarce and were nuoted
15 0 25c lower again and 2560c lower Ijr
the lour clavs.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
24fdrs..l049 $10 25 18 fdrs.. 857 9 00
23 cows. 1064 9 00 17 cows. 866 $ SO
7 cows. 1031 8 00
6 75 49 cows . 900
7 76 33 strs. .1062
7 sirs. 1087
1 fdrs. 784
8 60 21 yrlg.s. 691
il 75 12 hfrs.. 802
49 cows. 981
22 yrls.. 962
7 73 15 hfrs. 717
7 76 12 yrla... 757
W YOMING. .
I F. W. Gedclls.
1 1 f.O , 48. strs.1144 12 61
9 fdrs. 626
13 fdrs. 853
6 25 10 cows. 596 26
6 00 8 cows. 887 00
10 00 15 cows. 828 7 00
J 00 4 cows. 1126 7 50
Quotations on cattle: Choice to prime
beeves, $l6.0O17.00; good to choice
beeves. $15.00 16.00: fair to good beeves,
$13.00igl6.00; common to fair beeves,
$11.50(813.00: choice to prime yearlings,
$16.00is.75; good to choice yearlings.
$15.0016.00; fair to good yearlings,
812.00fi)16.00: common to fair yearlings.
$7.00612.00: choice to prime cows, $8.o0
9 60: good to choice cows. $7.60iJ8.o3
fair to good cows. $6.O0ig'7.5O; cnmmo.t
to fair cow $4 0005.75; good to choice
fieifcrs, $10 50)12.00; medium to gnoa
feeders, $8 b01(.60, t common to fair
feeders. $8.50S?8.50; good toe hoice sto?k
rrs. $9.75ll.fl0: fair to good stockcrs,
$8.U'J(69.75; common to fair stockers. $5.50
?r s CO; stocK nepers, so.oukp i.u; siock
cow.',' $4.60i3,6.50; stock calves, $6.50
8.60. veal calves. $7:00011.00; bulls, stags.
etc.. $6.00!1.10; choice to prime grass
beeves, $11.75S'12.50; good to choice grass
beeves. siti.ufi 1 i.y; xair 10 gooa grass
-4?pev(-s, I9.5O9t1O.60; common to fair
beeves. $8.2Sfi P.60: Mexicans, 1s.008J-9.3j.
Hogs Receipts of hogs today were esti
mated at 7.600 head. Demand narrowed
down considerable and with shippers light
buyers packers had things largely their
own way. A cheaper cost was instated
upon from the stsrt and trade varied from
15c to 35c ana in spots b"c lower, extreme
heavies selling down to $13.60 and under.
ith bulk of sales at l3.iS 14.Z5 and
better, quality hogs selling on up to s
top of $16.10.
Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh.
HO $13 50 49. .310
Sheep Today's run of sheep and lambs
amounted to 14.000 head a-nd supply waa
not very attractive, with most of the of
ferings carrying wet fleeces. Making al
lowance for water, fat lambs sold at prices
10 (ff 1 Be higher, with fat sheep generally
steady. Good fat lambs brought $ll.75
12.00, indicating a auotahle top of 312.25.
hnd fat ewes were wanted up to $6.50.
FeFeder trade ruled steady to strong, sev
eral good slxcd strings of feeding Iambi
moving early at $11.50 12.00. ,
No. Ar. Pr. No.
..80 $12 10
. 66 11 35
634 Ida.. . 72 $12 0 735 Cal.
116 Ida... 81 11 76 619 Ore.
272 Ore.. 77 11 00
63 11 85 332 Ida.
61 12 00 249 Ida.
66 11 80 161 Ida.
73 10 00 614 Ore.
72 9 00
421 Ida... 97
$ 00 147 Ida.
81 3 60
nOTylB in. kk
Quotations on sheenr Fat ranee Inmhs.
$10.76(812.25: feeding lambs. $10.6012.00:
cull lambs. $7.0010.00; yearlings, $8,00
8.50; feeding yearlings. $7.2Bi8.25: weth
ers. $6.50J7.50; ewes, $5.2506.50; feeding
ewes. $4.005.60; ewe culls and canners,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Aug. 19. Cattle Recelnts. 10 .
000 head: good and choice steers, strong
to 25c higher; top. $16.90; plain, grassy
kind, alow; bulk good and choice, $15.23
tiib.5o; rat, grassy kinds, $13.00011.76.
strong; plain ana common kinds, very
drasgy anj uneven, $9.00 11.50; good
cows. $10.0(,&T12.C0- canners. $4.254.75,
active and steady; medium grades, slow;
bulls, slow to 25n lower: good and choice
voat calves, mostly $14. OOlf 16.00; selected.
flo.25ia15.$t): stockers. shade easier: de.
Hogs Kecelpts. 19.000 head: ooenel
steady to 10c lower; light and light butch
ers closed I015c lower than yesterday's
avi-rage; others ctearty; early top. $15.90;
bulk light till butchers, 1 5.15 15.25 :
hulk packing sowe, $14.25(014.40; pigs. 26
in o'ic lower: ouik desirable, kinds, JlJ.-jO
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 22.000 head;
'eRdy: too native lambs 812.00: hulk.
tlO.80tf-U.54: ton western limhi 112 7i:
bulk. 112.253 12. SO; feeders, largely $11.25
Tri.'..: goo! Montana wethera and best
tat ewes, $7.25.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo.. Aug. 19. (U. S. Bu
reau of Markets.) Catle Receipts. 6.600
head; beef steers snd she stock, steady to
weak, trade slow: too yearlings. 816.10:
best grass steers, $14.26; bulk of sales.
89. 60-6)11. 60; all other classes about
steady; canners mostly $4.004.60: bulk
vealers, $12.00 912.60; medium weight
Texas calves, $8. 60$ 10.76.
Hogs Receipts. 6.600 head: market 10
to 16 cents loner: top, $15.40: bulk light
and medium, $15.00 15.30; bulk heavy.
$14. 60 15.00.
aneep snd Lambs Receipts. 5.000 head:
fat lambs, steady to 25 cents lower; best
native. $11.60; Arlxonas. $11.40: sheep. 7$
cents to $1 lower than Tuesday's average;
Arizona ewes, $s.4o; leeaera, 811.50.
Sioux Cit live Stock.
Sioux City. Ia.. Aug. 19. Cattle Re.
ceipts. 1.800 head: market weak. 25o
lower; fed steers, good, fed, $12.50ltl.oO;
yearlings, fed, $8.6016.00; common fed,
3a.5012.00; grass steers. $7.00011. SO;
grass cows, 6. 0068.00; canners, $4.00i$
60; vealers. t6.otiinii.50: common calves
$4.6098.00: feed-rs $8.00010.60; feeding
cows, $4.5006.00: stockers, $6.608.5t);
stock heifer-.. $4.607.00.
Hogs Receipt. 4.000 head: market 10c
to ie higher; light, $l5.oojil6.60; mixed,
.i-o'14.7j: rourn. tl3.gtti4.2a: bulk
twf tales. $ 1 4.80 15.50.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
. Chicago Potatoes.
Chicsgo. Aug. 19. Potatoes Receipts. 8
cars; market weak: Virginia Cobblers,
94.06fM.46 per barrel; Jersey, J sacked,
$.66t!."S per cwt; Minnesota Early
Omaha, Aug. 19, 1920,
Thre was a fairly good demand
for wheat today, with prices gener
ally 3c lower. Corn was rather
slow, with the market rangintr jren
erally lc to 3f off, yellow suffering
the extreme decline for the bulk.
Oats sold readily at a decline of
Jic. Rye was nominally unchanged
and barley steady. Wheat receipts
continued moderate and other grains
No. 1 hard: 1 car, $3.50 (near dark);
I cars, $2.49; 9 cars, $2.48.
No. $ hard: 1 car, $J.i (dark); 1 car,
12.60; 1 car, $1.49; z cars, $3.46; f cars,
$2.47 (smutty); 1 car, $2.47 (heavy); 1
car, $2.46 (smutty); 1 car. $3.45 (smutty).
No. 3 hard: 1 car, $2.46; i cars, $2.46;
I car, i.'.4 (smutty).
No. 4 hard: 1 car, $2.49; 1 car, $2.45
S care. $2.44.
No. 6 hard: 1 ear. $2.44; 1 car. $2.44
(excessive moiature; 4 2-3 cars. 13.43.
Sample hard: 1 car, $3.40: 1-3 car, $2.36.
No. 3 mixed: 1 car. $2.46.
No. mixed: 1 car, $2.44.
No. 1 white: ! cars, $1.60.
No. 3 white: 1 car. $1.48; '-( ear, $1.47.
No. 1 yellow: 2 cars, $1.61.
No. 2 yellow: I car, $1.61 (shippers'
weight); 6 cars. $1.60.
No. 3 yellow: 4 cars. $1.41.
No. 4 yellow: 1 car. $1.47 (shippers'
weight): 1 car, $1.46 (shippers' weight);
1 car, $1.46.
No. 1 mixed: 1 car, $1.60.
No. 2 mixed: 2 Cara. $1.49.
No. 3 mixed: 1 car, $1.48; 1 car, $1.4$
(shippers' weight); 1 car. $1.47.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car. $1.44.
No. 5 mixed: 1 car; 11.44.
Sample mixed: 1 car, $116 (hot
No. 1 white: 3 cars, 69c.
No. 2 white: 2 cars, 68 Vic
No, 3 white: ( cars, 8c.
No. i mtxed: 1. car. 67 lie.
Rejected: 3-5 ear, $1.00.
Sample: 93c (hofcj musty).
OMAHA RECEIFT3 AND SHIPMENTS.
CHICAGO CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat 123 1.5
Corn 67 iv
Gate 179 76
KANSAS CITY RECEIPTS.
ST. LOUIS RECEIPTS.
Corn . .
, 16$ 193
PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Receipts Today. Year Ago.
Weekly Iowa weather and chop report
from Pes Moines. Ia.. says: Cloudy, cooi
weather, with little or no rain over most
of the state, caused corn to make ratner
slow progress. Crop now at least 10 days
later than tne average ana a inumn i
good raina and higher temperatures
necessary to even xrosc oamBgc iv
mostly in roasting ear stage. snocK
threshing nearly compietea in souicern
portion, Oats and barley yieldi in norm
slightly above average.
Kansas Tnresning a ijreai urop iope-
ka. Kan., Is threshing Its largest wheat
croo. 150.000.000 bushels. burprising
yields reported from every county warrant
this estimate. . witn perteci weainer
Kansas Is watching the rounding out of
140,000,000-bushel corn crop, and an oat
crop estimated at 64.500,ouo ousneis ana
a barley crop of 20,000.000. On hundreds
of western Kansas farms this year grow,
era will receive millions from fields they
didn't take the trouble to plant last fall.
It Is volunteer wheat and Is threstng out
30 to 40 and In a few rases 50 btish-iis
to the acre. The 1919. grains that fell In
the fields at cutting time when tho har
vest was overripe "tootf root snd without
effort of the farmer produced a perfect
stand. Until this year Kansas never raised
wheat crop of more than 100,000.000
bushels and a corn crop cf tnan than
100.000.000 bushels the same year.
Grain board reduces capital. New Tork:
The capital of the United States grain
corporation waa reduced today from $160,.
000.000 to its original $50,000,000 at a
special meeting of the board of directors
in accordance to an executive order signed
vandusen-Harrington, company crop
ort, Minneapolis: Weather conditions tUe
last week reave been almost Ideal for har-
esting of grain In the northwest, as there
has been very little rain recently, the
early threshed grain la in good condi-
ion; ecorn extremely spotted. Dry
weather has reduced yield to considers ble
dxtnnt. In many p'acea wheat yielding
from 6 to 15 bushels per acre, depending
pon seeding and weather conditions. In
southern districts grain Is not being mar
keted very freely, A numner of elevators
report tnat rarmers are apparently nola
lng their grain, not being satisfied with
prteent prlci-s. This condition will proba-
not prevail In northern and western
pnrts of our territory, aa crops there have
en light for several years past During
tne last week south Dakota ana Minne
sota have had some good rains, which
have benefited corn; In North Pakota and
ortnern Minnesota corn very spotted
owing to dry, hot weather.
Greece After Wheat, Broomhall Cables
Greece Is reported to be In the market for
about 7,000,000 bushels of wheat, most of
hlch they will endeavor to obtain from
Canada. No transaction haa so far been
South Africa tc Export Corn, Broom-
all Cablea Soutn Africa has officially
uthorlzed the exportation of 200.000 tons
or corn. Thlfi is the first time the om
iar?o has been raised since it was im
posed. The crops will not turn out to be
nunc so snort a waa previously antict
British B.ead tor Advance. Liverpool
The price of bre.d In the United Kingdom
III be advanced commencing next montn.
The subsidy will not be entirely removed
and the government- control will not be
altered. The extraction quality of the
flour .will ne Increased by about 3 per
cent. Australian wheat quoted us 1. 0.
b., any port.
CHICAGO CLOSING PRICES.
B Updike Grain Co.. Poug. 2627. Aug. 19.
Art'esl Open High. Low.r Close. YesT
Wheat . I "1
Pec. 2.39H 2.40t4 2.37 $.87 2.39H
Mch. 2.41 2.41 V, 2.38 'i 2.39 2.40 (.
Sept. 1.86 1.87 1.84H 1.86'
Pec. 1.71 1.724 1.70K 1.714,
Sopt. 1.44t4 1.44H 1.40t4f 1.40 1.45H
Pec. 1.22 1.324 1.20U 1.31 1.23
May 1.19H 1.19 1.1841 1.18 1.20
Oats. I j I U
Sept .68 .68 I .67VJ .67if .684
Pec. .68'4 .68t .67H .67 .68 4
May .701. .701 .69. JtO I .701.
Pork. I 1 I
Sept. I24.50 24.50 24.15 24.20 124.80
'Oct. 125.00 25.00 26.00 25.00 25.60
Sept. 18.65 18.55 18 17 18.33 18.60
Oct. 18.90 18.90 18.62 18.66 118.90
Sept. 14.95 14.95 114 75 14.76 115.07
Oct.- 18.43 14.45 !l$.27 18.27 l5.62
Omaha liny Market,
Receipts of pralrtx hay and alfalfa are
some larger and with the demand being
so quiet It has caused the market to be
weak and lower on all grades of prairie
hay and straw. Alfalfa continue steady.
Upland Prairie Hay No 1, $16.60
17.60; No. 2, $12.00015.60; No. 2. $7.00
Midland Prairie Hay No. 1, $14.60
16.60; No. 2, $13.00914.00.
Lowland Prairie Hay No. 1. $10.00fl
11.00; No. 2, $$.0091.00; No. 2. $$.009
Minnes polls, Aug. 19. jrlour
Barley 90c$l. 07.
RyeNo. 2. $1.92 91. 'I1.
Flax No. 1, $3.23 9 3.26.
K ansae City (irala Market.
Kansas City, Aug. It. Wheat Decem
ber, $3.31; March, $2.34.
Corn September, . $1.31; December,
$1.14; May. $1.13.
Omaha Batter and Kggt.
F.grs No. 1, $14.25 per case; isa. 2, 40e
per dos. ...
J3 utter 43t, par pound.
and Industrial News of
Chirage Trthane-Omaha Be teased W
New York. Au. 19. The specu
lative following of stocks foun
rrtote than passing interest today in
the New Jersey railroad coninns
sion s action in accenting the Inter
state tjpmmerre commission blanket
rate increase. Nor was tne cicci
sion of thi public commission, which
cranted frtieht rate advances, "with
certain exceptions overlooked.
The New er?ey commission main
tained that a basic transportation
law made mandatory rates which
would brintr prescribed returns on
invested capital, and that the chance
existed oi interstate rates Dein
lifted higher than the through i
ioint action were not taken to In
sure an adequate income on railroad
When, -after studying the decision from
the two states, the short Interest In stocks
attempted to cover offerings became ex
ceedingly light. Railroad and railroad
equipment, automobile, steel and other
Issues advanced scoring net gains ex
tending from large fractions to more than
4 points. The sugar snares were still
undr pressure and some Irregularity ex
isted among specialities, but the broad
tone was of strength. Small turnover
pointed to the absence of public par
ticipation, although brokers who devote
efforts to the development of cash ac
counts reported a moderate Increase of
such purchases. Call mony stood at '
per cent throughout the day.
Aa the state of Pennsylvania had pre
vlously granted rate Increases under it
control, equal to those collected In the
Interstate Commerce commission's award
It Is aeen that the eaatern traffic districts
are now well represented In the move
ment to approve the national rate struc
ture In Its major aspects. There Is material
in those decisions to relieve and among
railroad" managers lest a decided ob
stacle arise to postpone the general an
plication of the new freight rates a week
from today. Doubtless passenger rates
will be the subject of contention for
some time to come, but the revenue tn
volved is by no means commensurate with
that derived from freight and the roads
will be able to effect a period of adjust
ments in tnis rieid ir It proves necessary.
Should there be rapid acceptance of state
rate applications on a basis approximately
those voted by the commerce commission.
it is not beyond the realm of possibility
that the stock market will reflect more
than before the real import of the rate
decision. Rut the credit aituatlon remain
steadfast as a deterrlment for speculation
of the rise. Money Is difficult to get at
top quotations. The encouraging feature
of the money aituatlon at thia time ia
contained In Impressions of the bankers.
New York Quotations
Range of prices of the leading stocks
furnished by Logan ft Bryan, Peters Trust
High. Low. Close. Close
A., T. ft S. T. 81 80 81 80H
tiaitimore it onto. 3N 34 36 st
.118V. 117 118 117
N. Y. ft H. R . . . .
Erie R. R
Gt. Nor., pfd ....
Gel. Gt. West....
Illinois Central .
Kan. City South.
7114 70 7fl 7014
12 12 13
7!H 72 72
17 17 17
24 25 24
82 32 32
N. Y., N. H.
A H. 33
40 40 40
86 87 88 i
33 88 88
Pennsylv. R. R.
C. R. I. A P...,
So. Pacific Co..,
Southern Ry. ....
V 04 I
91 91 90
26 27 26
Chi.. Mil. A St
32 32 32
117 116 117 116
7 7 7 ....
Am. Car ft Fdry.131 133 133 131
Allis-Chal. Mfg.... !9 29 29 29
Am. Loco. Co 96 92 93 92
Utd. Alloy 8. Corp. 39
Baidw. Loco. Wka.105 102 105 '102
Beth. Rtel Corp.. 73 72 73 72
Crucible Steel Co
138 183 134 132
Am. St Fdrs....
34 84 34 34
Midv. St. A Ord..
Pressed St. Car..
Repl Iron A Stl . . .
Rlwy. Stl. Sprg. .
Sloss-Shef. Stl. ft I. f2
Utd. States Stl 87
Anaconda Cop. 'M.
Am. Smlt. A Rrg.
Butte A Suo. Mln.
61 'i 61
Chile fopper Co.. 13S
Chlno Copper ,
.Insptr. Cons. Cop.. 46
Kanneeott Copper. 23
Miami Copper Co.. 8
Nev. Cons. Cop. Co. 1 0
Utsh Copper Co... 60
Am. Beet Sug. Co. 73 70 72
Alt.. O. A W. I. S. 8.134 133
Am. Inter. Corp 70 68 70
Am. Sum. Toh. Co. 83 81 $8 . 81
Am. Cotton Oil... 25 25 16
Am. Tel. A Tel... 96 96 96 96
Bethlehem Motors. 11 10 11 11
Am. Can Co....... 33 $2 32 3f
Chandler Motor .. 85 83 86 81
Central Leather ..63 63 83 62
Cuba Cane Sugar. 37 36 36 37
Cal. Pack. Corp... 67 67 67 66
Corn Products Rfg 88 87 86 86
Nat. Enam. ft St.. 65 66 56 54
Flsk Rubber Co... 20 26 26 26'
Gen. Electric Co.. 139 138 138 139
Gaston Wms. A W.
General Motors . ,
Am. H. A Lth. Co,
Haskell A B. Co.,
V. S. Ind. At. Co.
Inter. Paper Co..
Ajar Rubber Co.,
Keystone T. A R.
Maxwell Mot. Co
.156 153 156
Middle States OH. 12
Pure OH 38
WlllX-Ovr. Co... 16
Pierce Oil Corp...-. 12
Pan-Am. Pet. ft T. 82
Plerce-Arrow Mot, 39
Hcyal Dutch Co... 81
11. S. Rubber Co.. . 96
Am. Sug. Rfg. Co.. 113 111
Sinclair Oil ft Rfg. 2 3f
Strom. Carb. Co... 70
Nttidehaker Corn... 62
Tob. Products Co.. 61
Trans-foptln. Oil. :v.
17. S. Fd. Pr. Corp.. 68
V. S. S.. R. A M... 61
White Motor C... 47
Wilson Co.. Inc.. 63
Weet'h'se Alrhrake.103 108 103
Westn. se El. ft M. . 47 46 47
Amer. Woolen Co. 77 77 77
Total sales. 320.100.
Close. Wed. Close.
Money 7 2
Marka 0192 .0206
Sterling 35$ 3.63
New York Coffee,
New Tork. Aug. 19. The extent of the
recent decline seemed to be attracting,
little more demand In the market for cof
fee futures today and after opening 8
points lower to 2 points higher, prices
sold about 42 to 6$ points above last
night's close. This carried, December
contracts up from 7.95 to 8. 60c and March
from 8.45 to 9.05c, but most of the de.
mand was attributed to covering and the
advance was checked by reports of a
further decline at Santos. Later fluctua
tions were Irregular, with last prices
showing reactions of some 35 to 60 points
rrom tne oest, out a net advance or 4 to
13 points. September, 7.37c; October,
7.68c: December. 8.10c: January. 8.26c:
March. 8.57c; May. 8.70c; July, 8.8O0.
Spot Coffee Put: Rio 7s. 88c:
Santos 4s, 1491te.
St. Louis Lira Stock.
Eist St Louis Aur. It. Cattlo Re
ceipts, 2. 500 hes.d; steers, steady; top
steers. ZM.oo; bulk, - tio.ooitriz.oo; year
ling steers and heifers, steady; eanner
cows steady, at $4.009 4.60; bulls and
ralvis, steady: good and choice vealers.
$12 00912.60; feeder steers, steady.
Hogs Receipts 6,000 head; closed ac
tive, strong to shsde higher than yester
day's average: top, $15.76; bulk light ind
medium, $16.00915.70: bulk heavies, $14.25
Sheen and Lambs Receipts. 1.200 head:
closed quiet but steady, with yesterday's
average: top lambs $11.00; bulk, $10.00
11.00; top ewes, $6.7697.00; bulk, $6.00
Turpentine and Koala.
Savannah. Ga.. Aur. 19. Turnentine
Firm. $1.46: sates. 268 barrels: receipts.
88 barrels: shipments, 209 barrels; stock,
Rosin Firm: sales. 1.686 casks: receipts.
871 casks: shipments, 1,264 caaks; atock,
Quote: BDEFGHIKmN WO
Chtrego. Aug. It. Butter Unchanged.
Eggs Unchanged;-receipts, 7,080 esses.
Poultry Alive unsettled: fowls. 229 26o:
Chicago Grain '
By CHARLES D. MICHAELS.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire.
Chicago, Aug. 19. Liquidation and
general pressure with a steady back
ing away on the part of buyers was
more pronounced than for several
days past and with sentiment bearish
and cotton off $2 to $5 a bale' on top
of previous declines there was every
thing to iirMuee selling and little
other than the break in prices to en
courage buying. A majority of trad
ers are extremely aggressive
Seaboard exporters were good
buyers of wheat all day, while the
selling was scattered and largely by
local interests. Export busuiess was
600,000 bushels in all position late
Wednesday and early in the day, the
continent" being the best buyer.
Heavy and persistent s"lllnir of Septem
ber corn by Clement Curtis, Wagner,
Thomson McKlnnon snd Jackson madd
a weaker and lower market. At the low
point prices were off 8c from the hl-rh
of the previous day and the finish was
within of the bottom. Clement
Curtis wss a good buyer on the break, but
general sentiment was extremely bearish.
Weakness in corn was the dominating
influence In oats. The pit elements were
free sellers, but the buying waa of a good
class and headed by strong commlssljn
houses. Closing trades were snout the
bottom. Premiums In the sample market
were c higher, with No. 2 white at
4iffl4ilc and No. 3 while at !93u over
September, with a majority of .ho leading
shippers In the market.
Scarcity or ofrers cnecK?a oininess. rre
mlums In the sample market wc.'j o
hlher with No. 2 at 1tifll7c over Sep
tember with sales at $2,02iff2.0.. Receipt.
It cars. Offerings of barley were not larg..
but the demand was slow and prices l2c
New York General.
New York, Aug. 19 Flour Barely
at.ariv- L'inui straights. S12.OO0ia.UO.
Wheat Spot, ateany; ;o. . reu um
No. 3 hard. $2.67: No. 2 mixed durum,
$2.67 c. 1. f. track. New York export, Au
Corn spot, easy; jo. z yenow, i.io7i
1. t. New York, ten-day shipment.
Oats Spot, tasy; No. 2 white, 94e.
Lard Easy: middlewest, 18. 65 '18.76c
Cornmeal Steady: yellow granulated.
$3.904.00; white, $3.90414.00.
Rye Easy: No. 2 western, $2.32 f. 0. b.
New York and $2.20 c. I. f. domestic.
Barley Easy; feeding. J1.2U. ana mail
ing $1.25 c. I. f. New York.
Hay Steady; No. l. sz.nsirz.io: rso. j,
1.95 T 2.06; No. 3, $1.8091.90; shipping,
Hops Dull; slate and Pacific coast,
1919, 7583c: 1918, 7376c.
Pork steady: mess, $s3.oo3a.o; iam-
ily. $46.00 9 50.00.
Tallow Steady: special loose. ir,
Rice Quiet ; fancy head; 1414c;
blue rose, choice, 2c.
!ew York Monsy.
New York. Aug. 19. Mercantile Paper
Kxcnange Heavy. ,
Sterling Demand. $3.58: cablee. $3.59.
Prancs Demand. 7.07c: cables. 7.09c.
Belgian Francs Demand, 7.F6c; cables,
7.6SC. . - - -
Guilders Demand. 32.6oc; cable. 32.6ac,
Lire Demand. 4.59c; cables, 4.61c.
Marks Demand. 1.97c: cables. 1.9fcr.
New York Exchange on Montreal
11-16 per cent discount.
Time Loans Strong: unchanged.
Call Money Steady; high. 7 per cent;
l..- 7 n.r pnt- rnlinff rate. 7 ner cent:
cloning bid, per cent: altered at 1' per
cent; laat loan, 7 per cent.
New York Curb Stock.
Consolidated Copper ...
. . 1 W 2
.. 7i? 7
.. 2 2
.. 2 2
.. 6 5
.. 10 11
.. 1 2
.. 10i 11
. .17 . iS 18
Midwest Refinlnc Co...
Silver King of Arizona.
S. Retail Candy. . r.
White Oil .. I
Armour A Co. pfd 91
Armour I.thr. Co. common 15
A'mour Lthr. Co. nfC 93
tudahy Pack. Co. common 7X-
L'bby, McNeil ft Lihby
Montgomery Ward Co.
wift ft Co
Union Carbide ft Car.
xNw York Sugar.
New Tork, Aug. 19. Sugar Raw, dull;
centrifugal, unchanged: refined, quiet;
fine granulated, unchanged.
Trading in sugar futures was ouit and
as there was no Improvement in the de
mand for refined or raw sugar, operators
ere Inclined to 1 auldate. Prices at m d-
ay were 35 to 50 points lower.
Sugar futures closed steady: sales. i.Bitn
tons; September, 10,35c; October, 10.30c;
December, 10.20c; January, 9.50c; March,
New York Produce.
New Tork. Aug. 19. Butter Firm,
reamery higher than extras and creamery
extras, unchanged; creamery firsts, 61
Eggs firm; uncnangea.
Cheese Steady: unchanged.
Live Poultry Market irregular; . broilers
freight, 323c; broilers by express,
3439r; flwls. 3236c.
nressea poultry steady; orouers, iresn.
Liberty Bond Prices.
New York Aug 19. Prices of Liberty
bonfis at noon were: 3s. on.on; first Js.
4.34: second 4s. 4.zn: rtrst 414s, 4.t:
second 4s. 84.24: third 4s,
fou-th , 84.62; Victory 3s,
Victory 4 a. 95.6V
Liberty bonds closed: 3s,. 90.00
4s, 84.31: second 4s, 84.16; first
84.70; second 4s. 84.28; third
87.7s; fourth 4S. 84.56: Victory
6.54c; Victory 4s, 95.54c.
New Y'ork Dried Fruit.
New Tork. Aug. 19. Evaporated
Apricots and Peaches Quiet.
We Specialize in the Careful Handling of Orders for
Grain and Provisions
All Important Markets
Chicago Board of Trade St. Louis Merchants Exchange
Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce Kansss City Board of Trad
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce Sioua City Board of Trad
Omaha Grain Exchange
WE OPERATE OFFICES AT
OMAHA, NEB. . CHICAGO. ILL. GENEVA. NEB.
LINCOLN, NEB. SIOUX CITY, IA. DES MOINES, IA.
HASTINGS, NEB. HOLOREGE. NEB. MILWAUKEE, WIS.
ATLANTIC, I A. HAMBURG. I A.
AH of the offices arc connected with each other by privet wiraa.
We are operating large up-to-date terminal elevators in tha
Omaha and Milwaukee markets and are in position to hand
your shipments in the best possible manner i. e., Cleariing,
Transferring, Storing, etc.
It will pay you to get in touch with pn of our office
when wanting to BUY or SELL any kind of grain.
' WE SOLICIT VOUR
Consignments of All Kinds of Grain
to OMAHA, CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE and SIOUX CITY
Every Car Receives Careful Personal Attention
The Updike Grain Company
THE RELIABLE CONSIGNMENT HOUSE
Bonds and Notes
Bonds and note quotations furnished by
Teters Trust Company,
mo. Asvea. rin.
Am T ft T 6, 1954 ti
Am T ft T 6s, 1926 96
Am Tob Co 7s. 1922 99
Am Tob Co 7s. 1923 t
Anaconda Cop fs, 1929.,. 88
Ang-Krench Ex 6s. 1930.. 99
Armour Couv 6s. '30-'24... 98
Armour 7s. 1930 96
Belgian Gov 6s. 1923 91
Belgian Gov, 7i, 1945... 97
Beth Steel 7a, 1922 97
Beth Steel 7s, 1923 97
British 6s, 1929 83
British 6a, 1921 96
f li & g 4s. 1921 93
fan Gov 6s, 1921 97
Can Gov 6s, 1929 84
C C C St L 6, 1929.. 96
Cud Pack Co 7s, 1923,... 91
Goodrich 7a, 1925 71
Jap Gov 1st 4s, 1925.... 63
.Ian ftov 4a. 1931 97
l.lgt ft Myers a, is:i.,.. iou
Pruct A" Gam 7s, 19S2 l 99
Prort ft Gam 7s. 1923.... 97 97
Swift ft Co 6s, 1921 103 102
Swiss Govt 6s, 1940 96 97
Union Pacific 6a. 1928.... 83 84
St. Joseph Live Stork.
Bt Joscu.li. Mo., Aug. It. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2.CT0 head; market generally
steady; steers. $9.0614,15; cows and
heifers. $4.00dH6.60; calves. $6.00U.uO.
Hogs Receipts. 6.600 head: marks), It
ti25c lower; top, $16.26; bulk, $14.35
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, t, 60S head;
market slow; ewes, $5.00$.$0; lambs,
New York Metals.
New Tork, Aug. 1$. Copper Steady,
Iron Firm, unchanged.
Tin Kay; spot and nearby, $47.78;. fu;
tures. $48.00. ,
Lead Firm: spot unchanged.
Zinc Steecly, unrhanged.
At London Copper, (91 12s; electrelytle)
and lead unchanged; tin, 112$ 10c; siac,
Sew York Dry Goods.
New Tork, Aug. 19 Trade on the dry
goo is market continued light today, with
further low priced orferlngs or cotton
goodb made trom second-hand slock. Job
bers reported a Mght business, with yarns
easier than yesterday, raw silk flulet and
easv. and woolen goods dull. Burlap con
St. Loots Grain.
St. Louis. Aug. 19. Whest Futures, De
cember. $2.37; March, $2,40.
Corn September, $1.44; Deoember,
Oats September, 68 lie; December,
Ptiluth, Minn., Aug. 19. Linseed
New Tork. Aug. 19. Spot cotton ejuletl
middling, 34.2tc. ,
Bakers' Picnic Postponed
To Aug. 25 Because of Rain
Rains which brought joy to farm
ers' hearts Thursday were not wel
comed by members and employes of
the Omaha Master Bakers' club,
which was to have held its annual
picnic at Riverview park. The picnic
has been postponed to Wednesday
of next week.
The continued progress of
Home Builders Inc., denotes
the fundamental soundness ot
Having passed through the
Initial stages of development,
Home Bnllders has achieved
unquestioned stability. It is
another case of the old saying,
"Nothing succeeds like suc
cess." Hundreds of investors have
availed themselves of the op
portunity to make their money
multiply in Home Builders' 6
Preferred Shares and 6 First
Mortgage Bonds. Dividends
and interest are paid on the
dot and the securities are con
verted into cash at the exact
For full informaiton, call,
write or phone
Dodge, at 18th, Omaha
G. A. Kohrhongh, Pres.
C. C. Shlmcr, Sec
FISCAL AfiESTS FOR
7 60 '
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