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"raURSllAY, JUNE 20, 1918. T'
New York, N. Y., June 20— (Early promise in the' stock market of a general advance today was not fulfilled, trading becoming very dull and prices son^ewba tirregular before midday. General cigars, running coun ter to otter stocks of the same class, reacted Tour points, and royal dutch oil dropped another six points for a total of 16 since Tuesday. Brooklyn transitv extended its decline to 4 points and the other utilities, were un der pressure, presumably because of the attitude taken by the wpr finance corporation. Liberty 3 1-iTs sold at ©9.54 to 99.58 first 4's at 94.08 to 94.20 second 4's at 94.10 to 94.16 and 4 1-4'q alt 96 to 96.06. 'Specialties were the chief features at the strong opening of today's stoctc market, although the whole list re fleeted the further favorable war news. Tobacco issuep, notably United Cigars and Sumatra, rose 1 to 2 1-2 points. Industrials of the war class .were less active but equipments, ship pings and oils taad§ irregular gains. Brooklyn transit was the only heavy stock, lQsing 2- *1-2 points. Nails lag ged except reading and the second ary coalers. Liberty bonds were steady. .. Sugars, tobaccos, fertilizers and vai fcus unclassified specialties contribut ed to the better tone of the market fa the afternoon, but dealings contin ued in light volume. United States Bteel and other leaders varied only small fractions. The market suddenly became active later, steels, coppers and investment rails featuring the advance. The clos ing was strong. liberty 3 1-2's sold at $99.50 to 99.58, first 4's at 94.10 to 94.24 second 4's at 94.08 :to 94.18 and the 4 1-4's at 95.93 to 96.08 —r—-BUY W. S. S.<p></p>OR PRICES Chicago, June 20.—Official notice that the food administration license of commission mcrchknts does not cover the carrying of cash grain for Customers who are not licensed brought about general selling today in the corn market. Prices declined sharply in consequence. Big receipts hcer tended also to weaen prices. Op ening quotations which ranged from 1-2 to 1 3-8 ccnts lower with July 144 sfc-8 to 1*5 3-8 and August Iw Y2 to 3-4 were followed by an additional setback. Oats like corn, weakened owing to the food administration notice. Re ports of excessive heat in the south West failed to chefck the downturns. After opening 3-8 to 1 1-2 cents low er With July 72 1-2 to 3-4, the market rallied ~a little, but then sagged further than before. Provisions dropped with grain and hogs. Hooses with stock yard connec tions were the chief sellers. Bl'feW. S. S. NEW YORK STOCK LIST. American Smelting & Rfg .... 78 Bethlehem steel "iB'.' 84ty Canadian Pacific 147% General Electric 148 General Motors ..... 15*904 Great Northern-pfd 90%' Northern Pacific 87 United States Steel 106%! BUY IV. S. S. NEW YORK FINANCIAL.. (New York, June 20.—Mercantile pa per 4 months 6 6 months 6 sterling aemand 4/75 5*16 cables 476 7-16. Francs demand 57 1-2 cables 570. Guilders'demand 5 0 1-2 cables 51. Lires demand 891 cables 890. Government bonds steady railroad bonds irregular. Time loans steady 60 days 5 l-2@ 5 3-4 90 days and ft months 5 3-4@6. Call money weak hlkh 6 low 3 ruling rate'5 last loan 3. SL'Y W. S. S. Chicago^' 'June 20.—Prospects that the hot wave would be proken by to morrow tended to prevent any import ant rally in prices. The close was un settled, 1 7-8 cents tQ 4 cents net lower with July 142 7-3 to 143 and August 145 7-8 to 146. Subsequently, news from Washing ton relative to the licpising of stock yards industries had a further bear ish influence. Corn No. 2 nominal .No. 3 yellow 16i£t)163. No. 4 yellow 145@157. Oats No. 3 white 78@79. Standard 78 3-4@79. Rye No. 2 nominal. Parley 100@13». Timothy 500@750. Clover nominal. Lard $34.50. .Ribs J22.email@example.com. KUY U'. s. s. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. Minneapolis, June 20.—Wheat re ceipts today were .180 cars compared with 192 cars a year ago. Corn—!Nh. 2 yellowL155@165. Oats-^-'No. 3 white 6@78. Flax 3-4. BUY W. S. S. FLOUR UNCHANGED. Minneapolis, June 20.—Flour un changed. Shipments 49,800 barrels. Rye f98@200. Barley 96@129. Brah firstname.lastname@example.org. BUY W. S. S. CHICAGO PRODUCE. 'Chicago, June v20.—Butter higher ^receipts 10.037 ttfbs creamery extras 43 firsts 41@42 1-2 seconds 37@38. Cheese steady, unchanged. Eggs receipts 16,082 cases unsettled firsts 32 l-2@34 ordinary -firsts 29@ &2 at mark cases included 29@33. Potatoes lower old. receipts 12 cars Wisconsin, Michigan and Minne sota sacks 91.50^1.60 ditto bulk $1.25 @135. -New, receipts 50 cars, Texas and Louisiana sacked triumphs $2.50'® $2.90 ditto white $2.25@2ioO. Poultry alive^uuchanged. ^irv w. s.s." DULUTH GRAIN. Duluth, iMinn., June 20.—No ele vator receipts or shipments bonded or domestic grain. Duluth car inspection: Wheat—Nos 1 and 2 northern 2 other springs durum 2 mixed 2 total wheat 7: year ago 13 flax 2. year ago 1 mixed grain 1 oats 1 total of all grains 11, year ago 14 on track 5. Flaxseed prices bulged again today on urgent bidding -by crushers as a result, of small supplies and fears that receipts of Argentine seed may be curtailed from now on. Linseed oil men were seadily in the maret for supplies. July closed 1 3-4 up Sep tember 9 cents up and October 4 cents up. Coarse grains were quiet on account of lack of receipts locally. Oats clos ed 1 l-4@l-2 cents off and barley un changed to 5 cents up. Closing: Linseed, on track 394 3-4@395 3-4 arrive 394»3-4 July 3#5 3-4 asked September 375 bid October 368 bid. Oats on track 76 1 -4@78 1-4. 'Elarley on track $1 1.27. BUY 'V. S. 1 SOUTH ST. PAUL. South St. Paul, June 20.^-'Hogs re ceipts 6,100 20 to 25 cents lower range $15.90(5)16.15 bulk $email@example.com Cattle receipts 4,000 killers fifteen to twenty-five cents lower steers $7.50 @17.50 cows and heifers $firstname.lastname@example.org veal'calves steady, ?7.00 stock ers and feeders slow and weak, $6.50 @13.0(7: $heep receipts $2.00 steady lambs $10.00@ 18.00 wethers $7.00@$13.50 ewels $5.00@ 13.00. BUY 'V. S. S. iCHICAGO LIVESTOCK. Chicago, June 20.—Hogs receipts 45,000 left over 3.S81 very little trad ing yet. bidding mostly 25 cents lower than yesterday's average. Cattl ereceipts 16,000. Sheep receipts 12.000. Hogs receipts 45,000, fully 25 cents uAder yesterday's average bulk $16.25 @16.55 butchers $email@example.com pack ing $firstname.lastname@example.org light $email@example.com rough $15.5015.65 pigs $firstname.lastname@example.org. Cattle receipts 16,000 very dull. iLt tle change on good kinds medium and" light cattle clow, 15 to 25 cents lower. Sheep receipts 12,000 slow to 25 cenjts lower best native spring lambs 20 cents lower, closely sorted. tH'V \V. S. S.- AUSTRIAN OFFENSIVE IS FAILURE (Continued From Page One.) have made headway southeast of this ridge, says the Evening Standard to day. The Austrians here had been occu pying a narrow strip along the river bank. The Italians drove in the Aus trian line and established themselves on the bank of the I'iave below Salet to, (about 1 miles from the Ardiatic) Throug hthe reaching of the river here the positions occupied by the Austrians have been divided. During his tour ths correspondent talked with an Austrian prisoner, a memoer of manufacturing firm with offices in all the great world centers, including New York. I have been fighting for 40 months" said thisi man, "first on the Russian front, whore I ha/d an easy time 'and now hfere, where the Italians are mak ing things too hot for us. There is no food for the people of Austria and next to none for the army." A sample of the comparative de structivtv ness of the allied and Aus trian fire Nvas observed by the corres pondent in the Asiago region where the French troops had fired more than 100.00 Oshells, while the Austrians" had discharged a larger number. The Aus trian outpost swere covered with bod ies, where the French had suffered hardlywany damag% .• A remark was made by one prisoner Regarding the Americans. ("We are not influenced by the idea of America's help,'' said this man. "We think that the American troops cannot ever get over, but the allies do not need the Americans to whip up. The German food conditions like wise," he added, "appear tot be as bad as ours.' The new advance was made with the p^d of infantry divisions under Gen eral Baron Schariczer. The Italians attacked again south eas tof Asiago on the mountain front, the statement adds, but met with the sam» poor success as on previous oc casions. ALLIES GROVvTHG STRONGER. Geneva, Wednesday, June 19—The Jugo Slavs believe in the eventual victory of the entente allies, accord ing to the Jq^irnal Novine of Agram Hungary. "General Foch, whom David Lloyd George called a great soldier bad not yet disclosed his intentions," says the newspaper. "He is carefully holding let Contents 15FluMl)faoli I ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT, AVc^ctable IVcparationforM similatingtheFood tindtheStoniadisaiHlBciwclsg! 11 Theretn'Tromotin$Di$estt* Chccrftitness and JtestCofltaas neither Opiam,Morphine"J [Mineral. NotNarcotic fUrm SmC AhelpfulRcroedyfcr Constipation and Di4™°e' and Fevcrishncss^ifl Iossof Sleep resulting T»r.-SimileSi3natBre5* Trot CEwrATmCnn»^® Exact Copy of Wrapper. 1 back his reserves,, and nobody knows where he will employ them. "Every month the allies grow strong er in men and richer in material. Altogether it is to the interest of the central powers to conclude a peace .quickly. The internal strife between the nationalities of Austria Hnr.gary has reached its height. Nover be fore in history has the peoples spirit for freedom and independence been so agitated as now. We have every laith in the allies." GERMAN FOOD PROFITEERS. Amsterdam", Wednesday, June 19.— The Berlin Vorwaerts, the German so cialist organ, in announcing the in crease in the price of bread to five pfennigs per pound, says this price will bring- the land owners 1,000,000,000 marks surplus profits and necessarily will be followed by increases in the cost of milk, butter and beef. The socialist party, says the news paper has formally protested to the government on the ground that the increases would be- sure to create the greatest of ill-feeling. FRENCH CONFIDENT. Paris, Jiyie 20.—Talking to the par 'limentary army commission today on the military situation, Premier Clem enceau alluded to the American mili tary effort, which he said, was being constantly sustained and which was resulting in the steady and safe ar rival in France of large numbers of American reinforcements. He spoke flso of new decisions made Dy the British government regarding meas ures to be taken during the next en emy offensive arid upon the situation as it regarded trie defense of Paris. Leon Abrami, under secretary for effectives, of the war department, gave details of the military strength of the entente and his reverations, to gether with the statements made by the premier, had a most reassuring ef feet upon the commissioners." The members of the commission, says L'Htfnimeldbre, were particular ly impressed by the figures given of the numbers of American troops, which it predices, will shortly bring about numerical equality with the en einy. BUY W. S. S. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms all modern. Hot water heat. Phone 619L or call 619 6th street. 6 20 18 G. WILKINSON Candidate "o£ the People, by the People for, the People" —for— Governor of North Dakota On tlTe Democratic Ballot at the Primary Election, Wednesday, June 26th, 1918 "Equal rights to all and special privileges to none." A public office is a public tru^. (Political Advertisement.) "-.. CUSTOM* For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of BISMARCK In Use Over Thirty Years CUSTOM THC CfNTAUR COMMMY. NCW TOUR CITV. I DAILY TRIBUNE Vienna Mobs Raid Bake Shops and Stone Houses of the Austrian Officials (Continued From Page One.) tag the name of Archduke Charles says: "Soldiers, remember the spoils we got last fall from the Italians the sheep, cows, steers, warehouses full of good clothes and grocery stores full of wines, canned goods, flour and su gar. Think of your family. Think of the white bread you may win for all." The correspondent has visited groups of hundreds of prisoners, all of whom are thin ancl weak^ They said they had had little food "for the past month and sppke_with horror of the winter.months they had passed. A sample of their black bread showed that it was made of ry straw and po tatoes. Rags for Shirts. Many of the-prisoners have strong, well spiked shoes, ibut these they claim they made themselves or bought. Their clothes, however, are falling apart, having been patched frequent ly. Most of them have mere rags for shirts. The majority of the prisoners have money but it is either in paper bills or iron coin/ The most of them wear medals for valor, some of them having two or three of them, but these decorations are of base metal and none are of gold or silver. One is stamped with a likeness of Empress Zita and encircled with laurel wreaths and is made of a zinc composition. The prisoners part readily with these medals, saying they have no pride in them, for a few pennies of Italian money. Most of the prisoners are young and lig^jt haired and generally have bad teeth. The Italians have won complete con trol of the air along the Piave line, where the most determined f\f[hting of the present Austrian offensive is in progress. This afternoon not a single Austrian machine was aloft on this front. In general the Situation of the, Ausf trians along the Piave appears far Black Taffeta Silk 35 inch black taffeta silk, regular $1.75 quality, spe&ial 1 A.fi sale, ppr yd 1 •T'O Imported Pongee 35 inch silk, natural color, regular $1.50 quality, special d» 1 sale, per yd W *7 Novelty Silks 36 inch novelty silks, stripes, plaids, foujards and fancy, worth $2.50, special fcll QO per yd *P 1 eJ/O 40 in. Georgette Crepe 75 shades to select from. Regular $2.50 quality, special 1 1Q per yard from satisfactory to them. Prisoners taken b^ the Italians, alt declare the Austrian army has little food. Some of the prisoners have .not eaten for 48 hours. Humorous Stories. The Italian soldiers tell humorous stories of captures effected "by per cuading the Austrians that' they will be well fed. 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