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f Market and Industrial News of the Day s.LLV.E STOCK JtaeJta.Iod&rr Estimated. , ' Can. Head. Cattle .-.jt...Ci... Sheep Horses . . f tr'fi rr--ifi(f jfcattl. Hogs. Sheep. ' Tuesday ..... 6.611 S 150 IS! 10,600 1 100 120 ..165 10,70 .GRAIN MARKET Wednesday 4.00 Thursday i 1 . Jr. . .so Friday. .,..,.......,,,1.757 JaturdaY. estimate... ISO WOJ1" . ; , -: . I .' fill daya Vu...i.r..2J.a3fi Week.ago ...... .16.500 Var 4n Oi3f.,i.i.24,429 Yatak-iast wek. .a. ..16.100 hwee J' ,yar,84,4; 2J.627 17.268 12.187 9.762 11.505 10.600 84,939 55,156 74.888 55.156 74,883 16.068 22,092 12.036 9.299 3,936 100 63,531 63,702 39,718 63.702 39,718 !t Receipts" an disposition of live stock at the Union stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for !4, hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m., JulJF 1. 1 J J ' ' i " jiui - "''' and , Cattle Hogs Mules Cars Cars Cars Missouri Pacific VtiooL Pacific,. f at v. w., WW.. C.'I Ri ! 19 east i 21 west., 2 (4 &iO.,.,i... .. 22 east . 4 iiRJ .7. . J- east , it C R..I. & P.. west 2 1 Illinois Central .. 3 If 1DQ "btSPOSfTION HEAD. . . -.111801 Ifl . Hogs Morris rx,-. . , 1.956 Swlft& ., 1.582 r Cudrtiy'PacWnr :. . .. .1 i 3,066 Armour'.,.,, ,,. 2,948 chwist 'cai 70 J: W. 'Murphy. I i'. ..... i 818 -ToiM, receipts 10,440 i Cattle The run of cattle wag lnslgnl I figent today .and prices nominally steady at tha week's advance. Receipts for the ais' . have bean a little over 22,000 j heed.-jar around S.000 more than for the TKoftkt.Julyt holiday week, but 2,500 lem for-'the --vorfeepoadtnK week a year 'Ago- Under the Influence of the light re- (eaipta and the broad demand from both ? (packers, ant&rshiyjpers values have ad- Vanced all ihe way from $1.00 to $1.60, ' and me-mAkotyis atnslng strong at the i .full advance! Caws and heifers have been .' Jxn vigorous ilemjind and are luotably 50c . 'and U.jB hfrherifor the week, while there f Sliaa been aTTiettr rail and an unevenly i 'stronger market for atockers and feeders. jiulta a few wanVrn range cattle have ; 4 been received anp- prices on those show an ; Cedvenee of atfciir 11 for the week, best ;-' S crass beeves sailing up to $14.00. J. i Quotations on Cattle Choice to prime .' ;earllngs, fl5.2616.00; good to choice IIS. 76 sp 14.50; common to lair peeves tl3.00tfel3.00; (ood to choice heifers, $10.50 1 J. 0;, prime cows, fll.iiSll.50; good to ehoica cows'. (9.7511.25; fair to good cows. tl.TMf9.v6; common to fair cows, $6.007.76; good to choice feeders, $12.00 18.00; medium to good leeaors, jiu.ou Omaha, July 12, 1919. Oraln arrivals today were generally light. Receipts wera 6 cars of wheat, 35 cars of corn, 10 cars of oats, 1 car of rye and 2 cars of barley. All grain scored good advances. Corn was up 2 to 4 centa, with the top $1.94 for No. 1 white. Oata were about 2 cents higher. Rye prices took a big jump, tha advance being fully 10 centa. Barley was strong. 'Wheat waa unchanged to 2 or 3 centa higher. Cash sales today were: Corn No. 1 white: 2 cars, $1.94. No. 2 white: 2 cars, $1.93: 4-5 car, $1.92. No. 3 white: 1 car, $1.92. No. 6 white:' 3-6 car, $1.86. Sample white: 1 car, $1.83; 1 car, $1.82 (heating). No. 2 yellow: 4 3-5 cars, $1.92; 4 cars, $1.91. No. 3 yellow: 1 car, $1.91; 3 cars, $1.90; 1 car, $1.90 (loaded out). No. 6 yellow: 1 car, $1.86; 1 car, $1.84. Sample yellow: 1 car, $1.84. No. 1 mixed: 1 car, $1.92; 1 car, $1.91. No. 2 mixed: 4 2-5 cars, $1.91. No. 5 mixed: 1 car, $1.90; 1 car, $1.89. No. 6 mixed: 1 car. $1.86; 1 car, $1.84; 1 car, $1.83 (loaded out, not sweet). Sample mixed: 3-5 car, $1.85; 1 car. $1.84 (heat ing, near white); 14 car, $1.80 (heating); 1 car, $1.65 (hot, 60 per cent damaged. The number of cars of grain of the sev eral grades Inspected "In" here during the last 24 hours follows: Wheat No. 2 hard, 5; No. 1 spring, 1; total. 6. Corn No. 2 white, fi; No. 4 white, 1; No. 5 white, 2; sample white, 3; No. 2 yellow, 9; No, 6 yellow, 1; sample yellow, 3; No. 2 mixed, 6; No. 3 mixed, 2; No. 4 mixed, 2; No. 6 mixed, 1; sample mixed. 3; total. 38. f Oats No. 2 white, 3; No. 3 wfcite. 22; .u. Willie, Btimpie Willie, i, lumi, Omaha Receipts and Shipment. Week Ago Receipts Today Holiday Tr. Ago FINANCIAL Wheat 6 Corn 35 Oats 20 Kye 1 Bailey 2 Shipments: 44 88 11 0 0 0 47 , 27 0 0 1 car, 2 cars, 74Vi; No. 4 white. 1 car 74c; 1 car, 73c. Rye No. 2 rye. 1 car. $1.66. Barley No. 4 barley, 1 car, $1.22; 1 car, $1.20. Wheat No. 1 hard, 1 car, $2.25 (new); No. 2 hard. 2 cars, $28 (new); 2 cars, $2.22 (new); 1 car, $2.21 (new): 6 cars, $2.20 (new); 1 car, $2.17 (yellow); No. 3 hard, 1 car, $2.30 (old); 3 cars, $2.20 (new); No. 3 mixed, 1 car, $2.08 (durum). Wheat Corn Oats Rye Barley . . . Oats No. 744c; No. . 1 S 25 0 2 2 white, 1 car, 75c, 3 white, 1 car, 74$lc, ' 13.00). a-dBd to choice stocks, J9.6010.00; flair to good atockers. $X.6039.50: common to fair atockers, $7.758.50; stock heifers, (7.608.60; stock cows. $6.768.00; stock .calves.' $8.0010.60; veal calves. $12.00 i"l.35; bulls, stags, etc.. $9.00(3)12.00. f Hogs Hog prices this week have ranged 'the hlrhest In the history of this market, although the suddIv has been fairly liberal for the week totalling 84,900 head, the s a and .demand haa been broad. There was tlignt errort to bear prices Monaay ana ) Tuesday especially by packer buyers, but fcaven at that tope reached 22.oyu Tuesday iand have gradually worked up to $22.25. iWltb) Saturday's prices generally steady 'from I21.60SI21.90. and a top of $22.25, s line market la 3060c higher than the f Ffelosa of last week. Bljeep The supply or sneep ana lamra "has not been overly large and with a broad demand from packers for killer stuff titrlcsa tiava araduallv worker higher. Prime ' Iambs have been scarce with the result j that In-between kinds have filled the needs t "-9t packers and have received the most advance. Common lambs are $1.001.60 5 higher than last week with prime lambs f ' big quarter up. Most of the lambs are I telling at a range of $16.0017.25. There ' haa been a fairly good supply of feeders , which have sold at gradually strengthening valuea tha market being $1.001.60 higher 5 iharl- a, week ago. selling mostly $13.00 Si 'J15. The aged sheep division has been ij fairly well aupplied and prices are gener- ally II up for the weak. Ewes are quot $ able up to $8.50; wetheiw $10.25 and yearlings, $11.26. . ...... ft " Quotations on Sheep; Lambs, handy- II weight, $16.76017.25: lambs. heavy !f weight.' I16.00l6.75; lamb culls, $6.00 I fj 00: yearlings, $10.0011.26; wethers, f f010.26; ewes, good to choice, $7.00 .60: ewea, fair to good. $6.007.00; ewe t, rulla, $2.76 06.00. Chicago Livestock. Chlcaro. July 12. Cattle Receipts, ' Sl.OOtf head; compared with week ago, i 'beef steers and fat she-stock, 75c to $1.60 T 'higher, beat grades advancing most; can ? hers, low grade cowa and calves, 60c J ho 75e higher; bulls. 75c to $1.25 higher; fi. s atockers and feeders steady. 1 ',. Hogs Receipts. 7.000; market higher; I 'top $33,00. a new record; hulk, $21.60 t 'J9fl; heavy, $21.1022.90; medium i 'weight, I21.9023.00; light weight, $21.85 ! ie23 00; light light. $20.4022.6S; heavy packing sows, smooth. $21.3521.90; pack ing aowa. rough, $20.6021.25; pigs. $19.00 eS0.25. I ' Cheep ani Lambs Sheep Receipts, II i 6,600 head; compared with week ago, tat lerabe mostly 25c to 40c lower; f . wethers, yearlings and ewes, 25c to 60c I hi.her: feeder lambs. 25c to 50c lower; ether feeding and breeding stock, steady U P j 'Kan City Live Stock. 1'" Kansas City, July 12. Cattle Receipts, i 10(1 head; market for the week all classes uneven j beef and butcher cattle mostly i-toe higher; vealers, $1.60 higher; atockers, higher; no quotations today. i- Hogs Receipts, i.vvv neaa; maraei f higher; heavy, $22.15: lighta, $21.60 i$2.30; sows, $20.7621.90; pigs, JlS.OOfe) 5S1.00. i Sheep and Limbs Receipts. 301 head; market for week: best fat lambs, J3e to 1604 higher; fat sheep, breeders, steady; no f AiiAtatlene, ...... Chicago (.rain and Provisions. Chicago, July 12. Corn advanced rapidly today, owing more or less to broad specu lative demand which followed raising of the blockade against Germany. The market closed nervous at 24c tu 5Uc net advance, with September $1.95 to $1.95 and December $1.64 to $1.65. Oats gained 2c to 29c and provisions 20c to 60c. Most of the corn trading was in the December delivery, which ascended to a new high level for the season. Sentiment favoring an upturn, on the ground of renewed trade with Germany, was based largely on oplniqn that pack ing house products and other foodstuffs. Including grain, would be in keener ex port demand. In this connection the fact that new high price records had again been reached In the hog market formed a decided element of strength. Besides, abnormally high temperatures southwest tended to arouse fear of crop damage by hot winds, and it was urged that the peccmber option had been pressed altogether too low as compared with Sep tember. Under such circumstances, even radical bears evinced but little desire to sell short. Art. Open. High. Low. Close. Yest. Corn July 1.9314 l.5 1.94 1.944 193 Sept. 1.94H 1.95 1.93 1.95 1.9314 Dec. 1.624 1.65 1.61 1.65 1.60 Oats July .77 .79 .77 .79 .76 Sept. .78 .79 .77 .79 .76 Dec. .79 .81 .79 .81 .78 Pork T July 54.00 54.00 53.50 Sept. 51.75 52.05 51.75 52.00 51.65 Lard July 35.00 35.10 35.00 35.10 35.10 Sept. 35.07 35.47 35.07 35.42 36.25 Rlba 1 July 28.50 28.50 28.25 Sept. 28.75 28.75 28.72 28.75 28.65 OMAHA PRODUCE Wholesale prices of beef cuts: No. 1 loins, 34c; No, 2 loins, 33c; No loins, 27c; No. 1 ribs, 25c; No. 2 ribs, 244e: No. 3 ribs. 2H4c: No. 1 rounds. 25c; No, 2 rounds. 25c; No. S .-ounds, 23c; No. 1 chucks, 17c; No. 2 chucks. 15jc: No. 3 chucks, 13c; No. 1 plates, 16c: No. 2 plates, 14V4c; No. 3 plates. 12c. Quotations furnished bv the Gllnakv Fruit Co. Fruits Oranges: Valesclas. 96-100. 15.60: 126, $6.00; 150-288-324, $6.60; 176. 200, 216. zsu, f.uu. Lemons: sunklst, 300-260. $5.75; 'Red Ball, 300-260, J5.26. Grape fruit: California (all sizes) $6.25. Bananas: 1 to 8c. Strawberries: Missouri. $7 60. Fineapples: 42-48. $5.60; 24-30-36. $6.00. Vegetables Potatoes. Northern Whites. 2.60; Colorado. $2.60; Ohlos, 2.60: Texas New potatoes, 8c. Caboage: Texas and California. crate. c; small Iota, 6c. Onions, California Reds. 7c. California head lettuce, $3.50 crate; California bead lettuce, $1.25 dozen: leaf lettuce. 40s doen; H. G. radish 25-360 dozen; H. G. onions, 25-35c dozen ;egg plant, $2.60 dozen; spinach, market price; hot house cukes. $2.50 dozen; bushel basfcet Texas cukes, $3 60 basket :market basket cukes (about 2 asparagus. H. O., 50-75c dozen; Florida tomatoes (6 basket crates) 57.60 crate: wax and green beans, peas, market price. nircs ungiiBri -walnuts, sack lots, 34o leas 35c; No. 1 raw ceanuts 10c: Jumbo raw peanuts. 1214c: roast No. 1. 12c: roat Jumbo, 15c New York, July 12. Starting at a mod erate pare, today's brief session of the stock market aoon became active on re newed buying' of speculative shares, espe cially tobaccos and motor accessories. Later the movement embraced equip ments, shippings, steels and miscellaneous Issues, also low priced rails, with Denver & Rio, Grande the chief feature, at gains of virtually five points. United States Steel waa variable at the outset, but de veloped marked strength toward the close, gaining almost two points, while Crucible Steel made a sudden rise of 6 points. Coppers were not very responsive to the 21-cent price quoted for the rflneal metal, although Anaconda, Utah and American Smelting hardened with the general list In the sweeping uprush at the end. The more prominent features were American and Lorlllard Tobaccos, United Cigars, A.1ax Rubber, Kelly-Springfield and Keystone Tires, United States Rubber, Mex ican and Pan-American Petroleums. Gulf Statea Steel, Central Foundry, Pennsyl vania Seaboard Steel and aeveral food ahares. Tha Knnic statement presented no note worthy change, actual loans showing only a nominal increase, nesim, mo active stock dealings, while an increase of ahnut jos csn nnn in reserves represented only a partial recovery of the preceding week's large contraction. Trading In bonds lacnea special iemurr. hue T.ihortv Imamph and under ying oonas of secondardy transportations were steady to firm. Total sales, par vaiue, aggro- gated $4,375,000. Old unltea estates Dontip wo uul.i,Bs on call during the week. The following quotations are furnished bv Logan & Hryan, members New York Stock Exchange, 316 South Sixteenth street Open. 1:30 p. m. Real Estate Transfers I6S Tltiinn Pacific Tt Tt 134 134 Southern Pacific R. R...107t 108 Missouri Pacific Ry 37 36J Canndlan Pacific Ry 169 " J8 Gt. Northern Railway 95 95 A. T. & S. F. Ry 1014 101 C, M & S. P. Ry 43 44H C , R. I. & P. Ry 29V C. Oc Western Ry 10 10 C. G. W. Ry., pfd 20 20 Wabash Ry., pfd 35 36 N V., N. H. & H. R. R.. 32 32 N. Y. Central R. R 80' 80 Pcnn. R. R. Co 45' 45 Baltimore & Ohio R. R... 45 45 Reading Co 91 91 Lehigh Valloy R. R. Co. 62 52 Erie R. R 18V, 18V4 Erie. 1st pfd 31 32 Southern Ry 30 1, 30 Va Mis., Kansas & Texas .... 10s 10 Kansas City Southern 23 23 V. S. Steel Cor., com. ..112.. 113 II. S. Steel, Cor. pfd. ..110 H674 Bethlehem Steel Cor 96 97 Republic Iron & Steel pfd. 54 54 American Locomotive .... 91 92 American Car Foundry. .. 1 10 110 Baldwin Locomotive Works '12 313 G. N. Iron Ore Prop.t . . . 51 "1 Anaconda Cop. Min. Co... 75 76 Chino Copper Co 49 Nev. Con. Copper 20 V4 20 Miami Copper Co 29 29 Ray Con. Cop. Co 2&1 -:Tt Utah Con. Min. Co 94 Vj 94 Inspiration Con. Cop. Co. 67 '' Butte & Superior 36 36 Tenessee Copper 36 16Vi A. Smelt. & net. Co 87 , " National Lead 84 S4V4 Mex. Petrol. Co., Ltd... 193 195 General Elcc. Co 171 171 Wcstlnghouse Electric ..68 8Si Peo. G. L. & CfCo 62 52 A. Tel. & Tel 104 104 Brooklyn Rapid Transit.. 29 .294 Central Leather Co 108 108 '4 American Can 69 ou Goodrich (B. F.) Co 85 86 U. S. Rubber 133 "4 General Motors Co.: 235 235 Willvs-Overland 38 .i Studebaker Corp 108 109 Maxwell Motor 52 63 Amer. Sugar Ref. Co 138 JJi Amer. Beet Sugar Co 94 94 Kennecott 42 42 Plerce-Arrow 63 62 Sinclair Oil 64 64 Pierce Oil 23 Grace Trulllnger t al to Henry Forslund and wife, Plnkney St., 160 ft. e. of 66 St., n. a. 60x128 ft $ Carl C. Juul and wife to Edgar A. Williamson et al Burdette St., 90 ft. w. of 25 St., n. s. 30x80 ft 2,600 Henry C. Wltkovskl and wife o Frank Holub et al Dupont st., 250 ft. e. of 29 St., n. s. 116x125 ft. 4,000 Mary S. Joslin to John Flynn. N St., 60 ft. w. of 24 St., s. s. 50x120 ft 65,000 T. T. Yates and wife to Elsworth Dougherty, n. e. cor. 38 and De catur St., 60x127.5 ft 600 Rudolph F. Heyden to Hastings & Heyden, Hartman ave., 16S ft. w. of 25 ave. s. s. 40x132 ft 1,900 w alter Slocum and wife to Cora E. Tucker, n. e. cor. is and Mar tha st.. 66x103 ft. Cora E. Tucker and husband to Genevieve E. Cole, n. e. cor J5 and Martha St.. 66HxlOS ft Genevieve E. Cole and husband to August R. H. Meyer, n. e. cor. 35 and Martha St.. 66xl03 ft... Chris Hansen and wife to Axel M. Chrlstensen, 41 st., 40 ft. n. of Bedford ave., w. a. 40x134 ft Lillian H. Rohrbough and husband 10 sam uansky, s. e. cor. 21 and Sprague St.. 60x124 ft. ..; Ottilie M. Tebbens et al, to Annie E. Snell, 20 st., 187 ft. a. of i.aira St.. e. s. 60x70 ft 3,700 Aiyce u. Hnarp to Hans Larson. 11 t., 66 ft. n. of Castellar st, w. s. 66x138 ft .. s 200 Charles B. Flint and wife to James nrnneman et a I, s. w. cor. 34 and Clay St., 264x660 ft Peter F. Petersen and wife to Eliza M. Fay, Blnney st., 200 w. of 43 ave. n. s. 50x90 ft Hastings & Heyden to Peter Sele- tos. n. w. cor. 38 and Maple St.. 50x120 ft Hastings & Heyden to' Peter' Se'le- s,." w' c'01'- 37 and Maple St., 60x120 ft George & Co. to Wlllard "s." Mel Eachron, 48 ave. 49 ft. a. of Har ney st., w. s. 41x135 ft Harold W. Graham to Ferdinand i.vers ana wife, Howard st... 3.550 3,950 2,200 2,600 5,500 76 250 325 1.100 36x124 132 ft. w. of 35 at., Lelah L GIllil'and' and' husband' to Julius C. Donathan and wire. 30 55x100 ft.' 0t W'rt Charles Johnson to Leo A.' Murphy ai, Ji st., 46.7 ft. a. of Du- POnt St.. a. a 17v19 Cl"ra Bond and husband to V). "p. ijiyior, uurt st.. 306 ft. w. of 24 St.. n a 37v1 fi Albert E. Bryson and wlf 'in 'r-'.Vi Hans Jensen, Leavenworth at .... . 1,1 ir ave. It. 3,000 !,900 50x130 1.000 1,250 Local Stocks and Bonds Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker & Co., 449 umana national iaim uuuu ing, Omaha. STOCKS. Bid. Asked, Armour & Co. pfd 102 103 Burgess-Nash Co. 7 pet. pfd.. 69 Cudahy Packing Co. com. ...119 Crown Tire & Rubber Co Douglas Motors Co. com. ... 45 Flsk Rub. Co. 1st 7 pet. pfd. 99 Gooch H & E 7 pet. pfd. "B" 99 Gooch F. Pro. 7 pet. pfd. b'us 99 Hard. Cream Co. 7 pet. pfd.. 101 320 80 100 100 100 101 Huffman Auto Stock 112 30 , 't Sioux City Live St r Sioux "City, July 12. Catt Stork -Cattle Receipts, ;in0; market steady; beer steers, $11.50 ,13.66; fat cows and heifers, $7. 50 13. 00; ' canners, $6,00 CP7.54; atockers and feeders, '47.00011.60; veal calvea, J10.001T.00; feeding cowa and heifers. $7.00(39.00. j- Hogs Receipts, 8,00 head; market i steady , to 10 cents higher: light. $21.75 ( 12 35; mixed, J21.6022.00: heavy, $21.00 i 11.10; bulk of sales, $20.50Z2.15. Sfeeep No market.. ; forecast of Bigger Crop I Of Corn Caused Setback y ; j; Chicago, July IS. Official forecasts of a bigger yield of corn than expected have f brought about a setback this week In the Jalua of the December delivery of that ' train. Nevertheless, scarcity of present i supplies, together with new top record : quotations on hogs, lifted nearby deliveries , temporarily to around the once Incredible tprlca ef $2 a bushel. Compared with a week ago, corn quotations this morning f ranged from 2c decline to 8c advance, ! oats wera S5c up and provisions vary ' Ing from 47o down to a rise of 65c. i- Cleavage became dally more and more pronouaced between the old crop of corn and the new. The steepest single upturn I waa m the Juty delivery which made one 'nearly vertical ascent of 7c. Trading In the old crop appeared so difficult that the ' bulk of business finally centered in the i December option. It was at this juncture fthat the government crop report became 'public and had a decided bearish effect on ! December. Resumption of trade relations with Germany led afterward, however, to considerable speculative buying. Increased export demand together with adverse crop advices carried oata up to the highest prices yet this season. , Good sized stocks abroad and here checked to soma extent advances in pro ' visions, despite record-breaking upward awing of tha hog market ? , 'Omaha Hay Market V Receipts light on both prairie hay and alfalfa. Demand continues quiet. Market weak and lower. Hay Upland Pralsle. $27.00028.00: No. 't upland prairie. $30.00022.00; No. S up llaad prairie, $10.00 14.00; No. 1 midland prairie, : SZ4.UV3pzd.uu; jmuiauu prairie, $18.00020.00; No. 1 lowland prairie, $ij.owi.u; no. luwiano nralrle. $12.00015.00; No. S lowland fcrralrte. $$.00010.00. ( Alfalfa No. 1, $22.00025.00; standard, l$2 OO0SS.O6; No. i. $15.00018.00; No. 3, $i eai4.oo. Straw Oat, $9.00010.00; wheat. $8,000 t ea. New York Produce. New Tork, July 1 S. Butter Market firmer: creamery, higher than extras. 4e64c; extra. tfjc; ursts. euv c. . . Eg$e irregular, uncnangea. Cheese-r-Ftrm, unchanged. Pnultrv Lrre easy: broiler. 42 055e: la.!. Ml MM.t,n SEf tiirlrava. SKA) (.tar CraaMda steady ' and unchanged. Improvement In Industry Gave Impetus to Trading New Tork, July 12. Many further indi cations of general improvement in impor tant lines of trade and Industry, in addi tion to normal peace demands, gave fresh Impetus to the trading on the stock ex change this week, the advance, however, being checked at one nerlod bv renewed stringency In the money market. Call loans mounted to 17 per cent and as much a3 20 per cent was said to have been paid In Isolated cases, but normal rates were soon restored, although banks and other financial Institutions Issued further warn ings against speculation. Dealings covered the widest range of any period since the second stage of the hull markets, encompassing many Issues hitherto neglected or unknown to the gen-' ernl stock list, but the bulk of the trad ing again concentrated in such favorites as oils, motors and allied shares. Ralls, especially low priced stock, expe rienced a revival of the previous months inquiry, the demand extending to dormant issues or .western and southern systems. .rilgn grade rails were firm, but only mod erately active at best. Noteworthy factors In the Industrial situation including II. S. Steel's favorable tonnage report for June and the strength of coppers, which was concurrent with several advances In the price of the metal ana Kindred shares. International conditions found their clearest reflection In the weakness of ex Chang', on London, Paris and Rome and in further enormous exports of gold to souii: America and Spain and to Japan ana otiier oriental points. New Xork Money. New Tork, July 12. Paper Mercantila 6VM''6 per cent. Sterling Sixty-day bills, nominal; com mercial 60-day bills on banks, $4.47; com mercial Bli-uay Dins, it.46; demand, $4.48; cables, $4.48. Francs Demand. $6.85; cables, $6.83. .Guilders Demand, 38c; cables, 38c. Lire Demand. $8.37; cables, $8.37. Kansas City Produce. Kansas City. Mo.. July 12. Buttei- Creamery, unchanged; packing half cent nigner, iziic Eggs Half cent higher; firsts, 41c; seconds, 33 c. Poultry Hens, half cent higher. 28c; roosters, 15c; broilers, 2 cents higher, 41c. Chicago Produce. Chicago, July 12. Butter, firm; cream eryi 45 61c. Eggs Receipts, 15.SU cases; market, unchanged. Poultry Alive, unchanged. 180 95 85 300 100 Libby. McNeill & Llbby 30 Nichol. Oil pfd. (with bonus) 85 Neb.-Iowa Grain Co , Omaha Flour Mill 7 pet. pfd. 90 Omaha Flour Mill common Orch. & Wllh. Co. 7 pet. pfd. .100 M. C. Peters M. Co. 7 pet. pfd.99 M. C. Smith 7 pet. pfd 101 Swift & Co 135 Union Stk. Tds., Omaha 300 Un. P. & L. Co. 7 pet. pfd. . . 99 Wilson & Co. 7 pet. pfd 100 BONDS. Aberdeen, S. D., Sewer 4 Vis, 1921-39 4, Booth-St. Louis 6s, 1931 Braden Cop. 6s, 1931 (listed) 96 Braden Cop. 6s, 1931 (untist.) 95 Cont. Gas & Elec. 6s, 1926 . . 90 Dom. of Can. 6s. 1929 6.90 pet. Iowa Portland Cement 6s ... 98 100 Omaha Ath. Club 6s. 1920 .. 98 100 Omaha, City of. various 4.62 pet. Prov. of B. C. 6s, 1939 ... 92.90 93.40 Swift & Co. 6s, 1944 97 98 Salt Lake City, Utah, School Dlst. 6s, 1939 104.7 105 Stud. Corp. 7s, 1924 & 1927.. 100 100 Wilson & Co. conv. 6s, 1928.102 102 136 300 301 5 pet. 100 96 95 91 Short Term Notes Liberty Bond Prices. New Tork. July 12. Liberty bond final prices today were 3s, 99.32c; first 4s, 94.00; second 4s, 93.52; first 4s, 95.06; second 4s, 94.10; third 4s. 95.00; fourth 4s, 94.14; Victory 3s, 100.05; Victory 4s. 99.96. Minneapolis Grain. Minneapolis. July 12. Flour Un changed. Barley $1.13 01.23. Rye No. 2. $1.54. Bran $36.00. Flax $6.0506.07. New York Coffee. New Tork. July 12. Coffe No. 7 Rio. Z3c; futures steady; July, 22.65c; Oc tober. 23.17c - - " Quotations furnished by Peters Trust company: Bid Asked First Liberty 3s 99.32 Ann. Con. Deb. s, 1924 ...102 Beth. Steel 7s. 1922 101 Beth. Steel 7s, 1923 101 Canada 6s, 1921 98 Cudahy 7s. 1923 101 Int R. T. fis. 1921 87 Kan. City Ter. 6s, 1923 ....300 Proctor & O. 7s, 1923 103 Proctor & O. 7s. 1922 102 Russian Rubles 5s, 1936 ..105 Union Pacific 6s, 1928 104 Wilson & Co. 6s, 1928 102 Second Liberty 4s 93.44 Third Liberty 4s 95.02 Fourth Liberty 4s 94.14 Am. For. Sec. 1919 99 Am. Tel. & Tel. 6s, 1925 ...102 Am. Tobacco 7s, 1922 102 Am. Tobacco 7s, 1923 103 Anaconda Copper 6s. 1929 Anglo-French 6s. 1920 Arm. Con. Deb. 6s, 1919 ....102 Arm. Con. Deb. 6s, 1923 ...102 103 302 102 98 101 89 100 103 103 110 104 103 100 102 103 103 103 103 New x'ork Coffee. New Tork, July 12. There were reac tions in the market for coffee futures today under realizing for over the week end and scattered selling on the some what easier showing of Brazil. The open ing was 8 points lower on September, but gonerally 26 to 39 points lower, with December selling off to 21.95c and March to 21.70c during the middle of the morn ing, or 34 to 40 points under last night's closing figures. At this level there waa a littlo European buying or covering which may have been due to the report of a resumption of trade with Germany and the close was a few points up from the lowest at a net decline of 17 to 20 points. Closing bids: July, 22.66c; September, 21.93c; May, 21.86c. Spot coffee, nominal;' Rio 7s, 27c; Santos 4s, 38 c. Turpentine and Rosin. Savannah, Oa., July L2. Turpentine, market firm: $1.06; sales, 86 bbls.: re ceipts, 154 bbls.; shipments, 20 bbls.; stock. 7,212 bbls. RonlPi market firm; sales. 895 bbls.; receipts 460 bbls.; shipments, 496 bbls.; stock, 62,155. Quote: B, $14.25; D, $15.15; E, $15.35; F, $15.65; O, $15.75: H. $16.10; I, $16.35! K, $17.85; M. $18.3518.75; N, $18.6019.00; WG, $19.10025.00; WW, $19.50019.60. New York Dry Goods. New Tork. July 12. Print cloths and sheetings were firmer today with more activity reported. Linens were in fair demand and burlapa stronger. Raw silk was eaier. sMen's wear of a staple char acter was being alloted among customers lor spring. Cotton future. New Tork. July 12. Cotton futures opened steady; July, S5.10c; October, 35.20c; December, 35.10c; January, 34.98c; March, 34.80c. Cotton futures closed steady; July, 35.05c: October, 35.03c; December, 26.15c; January 34.49c; March. 34.87c. Temple McFaydyen to ' LeRoy Geh'- runnneue Diva., 90 ft. n. of iowier ave w a i.ni - . . Ida B. Faulkner a'nrt t..u..J'V. J'5i,u Tk t,l.' ' . "ca., u iu '"""' "anigren. 48th st. 95 f n. Of OoUfflfla a , . i,i,.ti Charles B. Schleicher and wir .eorge P. Carley et al. A st. 57 niece St' lrr,8ular Adon O. Smith and wife' to George ,i ol. 10u Ir s, or Pou Pleton avenna Ritviin e aam Lillian B. Mason to Erirk "i'..1 n. e. corner 37th and navan. sts. 67.5x121 ft Jessie M. Pierce to' ha' ' wW.V'V Howard n. e. corner 28th avenue and Ames avenna 481304 , rtrta Mary E Treat to Agnes H. Ha'r'ter nawtnorne avenue 200 fe. e of 38th st. n. a. 5flYi3fi ft Anders M. Anderson and wife to JKiiuiz. uerKowitz n. w. corner .lam ann jacKson st. 66x124 ft William E. Morford and wife to James Farrell 21st st. 128 ft. n of Ames avenue w. s. 42.5x100 ft... Clara Macumber and husband to Gustave.O. Berge lltaml st. 67 ft. w. of 22d st. s.s. 60x122 ft Clara E. Blumer to Fred L Blumer 14th st. 76 ft. n. of Wirt st. e. a. 60x267 ft Amalie Karoline Marie Jensen to Bent Falkenstjerne n. e. corner 6Sth and Corby sts. 163x194 ft... Johanne K. B. Madsen to Alfred Olson and wife n. e. corner 68th and Corby sts. 163x194 ft Bent Falkenstjerne to Alfred Olson ann wire n. e. earner 68th and Corby sts. 163x194 ft 2 200 Alfred D. Foster Tr. et al. to Joseph L. Wolf et al. Douglas st. 44 ft. w. of 14th st. s. a. 22x132 ft 57,500 Inter Urban Land Co. to Paul Co aandler 32d st. 81.9 ft n. of Oak st. w. s. 10x115.4 ft 125 Guy Liggett and wife to T. E. Stev ens s. e. corner 27th avenue and Farnam st. 108xl32 ft 80.00B Rebecca Almeda Collins et al. to Ooldie Berger Burt st. 66 ft. w. of 17th st. s. s. 66x132 ft 4,000 August Johnson to Mary Rips Blon do st. 156 ft. w. of 26th st. s. s. 36x126 ft 3,050 Catherine M. Morlson to J. A. Fike Ohio st. 20 ft. e. of 43d st. s. s. 50x120 ft l J. A. Flke and wife to Florence .1. Leavltt Ohio st. 200 fe. e. of 43d st. s. s. 50x120 ft 1,800 Wood Hocker Manley and wife to Florlnda Young Pratt 63d st. 150 ft. n. of Farnam st. e. s. 60x135 ft , 11,000 Elva F. Wilbur and husband to Al bert L. Stenberg 34th st. 147 ft. n. of Arbor St. e. a. 49x140 ft 4,500 Delia LIndell Voss and husband to Rasp Bros. AVlrt st. 576 ft. w. of 25th St. s. s. 44x134.5 ft 2.250 Horace M. Higglns and wife to Ida B. Schiffbauer Bedford st. 100 ft. e. of 65th st. s. s. 60x128 ft 2,500 4,850 990 6,275 5,000 3,500 1.700 600 2,200 TURK LEADERS ARE CONDEMNED TO DIE FOR ACTS Former Government Officials Flee From Country Before Court-Martial Judgment Is Announced. Constantinople, July 12. Enver Pasha, Talaat Bey and Djemal Pasha, the leaders of the Xurkish government during the war, were condemned to death today by a Turkish court-martial investigating the conduct of the Turkish govern ment during the war period. Enver and his two leading asso ciates in the Young Turk govern ment fled lrom lurkey several months ago and their whereabouts is uncertain. Djavid Bey, former minister of finance, and Alusa Metssa Kiazim, former Sheik-Ul-Islam, were sen tenced to 15 years at hard labor. The court-martial acquitted Rifaat Bey, former president of the sen ate, and Hachim Bey, former min ister of posts (and telegraph. Heiress to Help Men Who Lost Money By Her Father's Advice New York, July 12. Miss Alice De Lamar, daughter of Capt, Joseph R. De Lamar, sometimes called the "Monte Cristo of Idaho" and heir ess "to the bulk of his $30,000,000 estale, has come to the assistance of claimants against the estate, who say they lost money through fol lowing her father's advice in mak ing investments, according to a statement issued today by attorneys for the claimants. Miss De Lamar appeared yesterday as a witness in a hearing before a referee. Ihe young heiress declared that her father had assured his friends, who now are suing, including his housekeeper and the wife of his of fice manager, that he would guaran tee them against loss if they made the investments he recommended. The claimants say they lost more than $100,000 through taking the captain's advice, but in the statement issued in their behalf by their at torneys it is stated that they en tertain only the kindlies feeling for the dead miner and appreciate that he was solicitous only for their welfare. Thomas F. Sturgess Appointed Manager Of Life Insurance Co. Chicago Potatoes. Chicago. July 12. Potatoes Weaker; arrivals, 33 cars; new (carlots) Irish cob blers, Virginia, $7.75 bbl. ; Southern Bliss Triumphs, $4.504.65 cwt. London Money. London. July 12. Bar silver, 53d per ounce; money and discount, unchanged. Sues Girl, Whom He Saved From Death; She Refuses to Marry Him Boston, Tuly 12. Romance re ceived a severe jolt in the Suffolk superior court when Leonard A. Swarthe, an army draughtsman, brought suit for $10,000 heart balm against Miss Gertrude Barish, a Simmons college girl. According to the charges, Swarthe rescued Miss Barish frdm death by a Russian firing squad when she was a member of the famous "Battalion of Death." Swarthe then brought Miss Barish to this country as his promised bride, he says. And then unlike the tales of the story books he charges she turned him down for a handsomer man. Mexican Bandits Carry Off 11 Girls in Sinaloa Nogales. Ariz., July 12. Mexican bandits raided Villa Union, binaloa Thursday, killintr Gen. Juan Car rasco. federal commander, accord ing to telegraphic advices received here, ihe bandits carneo- ott ll Mexican girls, looted the stores and committed other depredations. , Linseed Oil. IH.Iuth, Minn.. July 12. Linseed On track. $6.11; arrive. $6.10; July and Sep tember. $610 bid; October. $6.03; Novem ber, $5.93 bid; December, $5.80 bid. Bar Silver. New Tork. July 12. Silver $I.08'A. Mexican dollars. 817c. IponononoQonononononononoi lOnOEXOEXOEIj We own und recommend as attractive investments the following: issues: Duquesne Light Co. 6 First Mortgage Bonds Priced at Par. Due July 1, 1949. Denominations, $500 and $1,000. THE Duquesne Light Co. does the entire central electric light and power busi ness in the city of Pittsburg, Pa., and adjacent countiet, serving a population in exceis of 1,100,000. These bonds are a first mortgage on all properties of the company and are followed by $5,941,000 7 preferred stock and $18,226,000 8 common stock. Earnings, 21& times fixed charges. Price Par and Int. yielding 6. Baltimore & Ohio Ry. 6V2 6 Secured Gold Bonds Priced to yield Due July 1, 1929. $1,000 Denominations. THESE bonds are the direct obligation of the Baltimore &,Ohio Ry. and are aecured by collateral whose aggre fate value must be maintained at least equal to 125 of these bonds outstanding. Price 96'i and Int. to yield 6',. Detailed Circulars on Request. Phone or Wire Orders Our Expense. Dried Fruits. New Tork, July 12. Evaporated apples Quiet. Prunes orrers smaller. Apricots and peaches Firm. Raisins Held higher. Spot Cotton. New Tork. July 12. Cotton Scot. I steady; middling, 36.00a, D o D o a o D o lonononoaononononomonoaononoi a o n o a o D 0 D o D o a o D o D o a o a 0 a o D o D o D o D o D o D o a o a o a o a o a 0 a o D o ononO f 0r' ! Thomas F. Sturgess has been ap pointed city manager of the H. O. Wilhelm & Co., state agents for the Northwestern National Lite In surance company and will assume charge tomorrow. He succeeds C. H. Fuller, who now heads the firm of Fuller-Wil-lielm company, a new farm loan or ganisation affiliated with H. O. Wil helm & Co. 1.1 r. Sturgess has been a promi nent newspaper man in Omaha for 30 years. He was with The Bee for 20 years. The other 10 years was divided between the World-Herald and the American Press association. He was the first president of the Public Welfare hoard and has been ITALY IS LATEST TO ASK FOR PART OF CHINA'S LAND Concessions at Tien Tsin Sought From Peace Con ference; Council Will Consider Request Today. Paris, July 12. The Italian dele gation has sent a note to the peace conference asking that Italy be g;vcn a concession at Tien Tsin, China, it became known today. The Italian request was placed on the program for the afternoon meet ing of the council of five. Other matters which the council will consider include certain reports in connection with the question of trade with bolshevik Russia. Endeavoring to Clear Name of Aged Physician-Suicide Long Beach, N. Y., July 12. rriends of Dr. Walter Keene Wil kins are endeavoring to clear the name of the. aged physician, who was convicted recently of murder ing his wife at their Long Beach home last February and who hanged himself in the Nassau county jail at Mineola while awaiting sentence of death. The evidence on which Dr. Wil k;ns was convicted was circum stantial. He claimed burglars killed his wife. and is prominent in civic affairs, in the Chamber of Commerce, Young Men's Christian association and other organizations. Get in the Oil Business On the Ground Floor The undersigned has mineral lease on 10,000 acres of land located in Natchitoches Parish, La., which is adjacent to producing oil fields on north and south, and desires parties with sufficient capital to be come associated with him for the purpose of drilling a test well on same and which, if oil is discovered, will return the investors 100 fold or more. If a dry hole is found, sufficient acreage can be disposed of during the drilling to outside investors to more than offset the cost of well, and the original investors will thereby have money returned and the opportunity to participate in a new oil field worth millions of dol lars without the risk of losing a dollar. If interested and have capital available, call in person, or write not later than Monday evening, July 14th, to Room 906, Hotel Conant. Signed, W. G. PARK Professional Men of , London Will Organize Brain-Workers' Union London, July 12. The Society of Technical Engineers is forming i union of brain-workers, beginning with engineers, and extending in time to all ranks of qualified men, including doctors, scientists and chemists, arfti embracing buyers, experts and managers of businesses and industries. Employers are in eligible, and manual workers are to be left to their own union. It has been calculated that there are at least 500,000 men coming within the scope of the new union. There is to be no interference with existing societies. The movement is political and industrial. It aims at giving the men whose knowledge is essential to the success of great undertakings a voice in all dis putes and a place in industrial councils. UPDIKE We Specialize In the Careful Handling of Orders ef Grain and Provisions Future Delivery All Important Markets We Are Members ef Chicago Board of Trade Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce Minneapolis Chamber ofCommerce St. Louis Merchants Exchange Kansas City Board of Trade Sioux City Board of Trade Omaha Grain Exchange We 'Operate Officea ati Omaha, Neh Sioux City, la. Lincoln, Neb. Atlantic. Ia. Hastings. Neh. Hamburg, la. Holdrege. Neb. Pes Moines, Ia. Geneva, Neb. Milwaukee, Wis. Chicago, 111. , and all of these offices are con nected with each other by private wires. We Solicit Your Patronage. THE UPDIKE GRAIN COMPANY Grain Exchange Building, Omaha, Neb. P. S. Cash Consignments Solicited. Victory Bonds & Liberty Bonds Coupon and Regiatered. BOUGHT AND SOLD New York Market Quotations. MACK'S BOND HOUSE. 1421 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Tel. Tyler 3644. MONEY IN GRAIN $26.00 Invested in Grain Stocks or Cotton, on our plan, gives opportunity to 'taako S280.00J $50.00 will make $500.00. No further risk. Our method of quick daily profits with combined capital gives the small investor big opportuni ties. Grain, Stock and Cotton markets now offering big returns. Act quick while markets are active. Write for particulars. MERCHANTS BROKERAGE CO. 802 D w ight Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. NEW ISSUE ir Offer Subject to Prior Sale 1 SOoOOO We Shares (par value $10.00) of the Full Paid and Non-Assessable Capital Stock of the Atlas Petroleum Corporati on CAPITALIZATION : PROPERTIES: DEVELOPMENT: EQUIPMENT: APPRAISAL: FINANCIAL: Organized under the laws of the State of Delaware. Authorized 15,000,000.00 Unissued 150.000 Shares Outstanding (including present offering) 250.000 Shares Comprise about 33.300 acres of oil and gas leases located in Marlon County, West Virginia, and In Kimble, Sutton and Edwards Counties, Texas. The West Virginia acreage Is proven territory in the proline Mannlngton Dlutrict. The Texas hold ings are located upon the well-known Edwards Plateau, and were originally selected by oil experts for Benedum and Trees of Pittsburgh, more than a year ago. The Edwards Plateau Is believed by numerous geologists and oil operators to overlie the southwestern extension of the Pennsylvania formation which has proven so pro ductive in the Central Texas fields. There are now seven producing wells upon the West Virginia properties. Well No. I is' drilling and there are locations for at least eleven more. Three locations have been selected on the Texas properties, the material and equipment for which are on the ground and operations are being conducted as rapidly as possible. The properties of the Corporation both In West Virginia and Texas are equipped with standard rigs, casing, cable, strings of tools, automobiles, motor trucks, ware houses, etc., etc. In fact everything necessary to complete the work now under way. . A conservative estimate of the value of the assets of the Corporation suggest a book value for the stock comparing favorably with the price of the present offering. The Corporation has no bonds no preferred stock the financing arranged for wilt provide cash for future development, and, the 12,600,000.00 unissued stock will suf fice for the contemplated acqulstlon of additional production, leases and their proper development. H ALEXIS I. duPONT. Wilmington. Delaware. Secretary E. I. duPont de Nemours It Co. EDWARD B. RICH, Oil Operator, Menard, Texas, and Parkersburg, W. Va. C. A. PATTERSON, Wilmington. Delaware. Vice Pres. E. I. duPont de Nemours A Co. SYLVESTER D. TOWNSEND. Jr., Wilmington. Del. Pres. Delaware Workmen's Compensation Board, BIMON L. WOLFE, Oil Operator, . Parkersburg, W. Va., and Macksburg, Ohio. CORPORATION GUARANTEE AND TRUST CO.. Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia, Fa. TTNION TRUST & DEPOSIT CO., Parkersburr, W. Va. BANK OF MENARD. Menard. Texas. WILMINGTON TRUST COMPANY, Wilmington, Del. PEOPLES BANKING & TRUST CO., Marietta, Ohio. It is the belief of the men In charge that the properties of the Corporation esn be developed successfully and profitably. The present management advises that no application will be made to list the stock. This is in line with the policy adopted by the Standard Oil Companies. ThU issue is rteommtndti as a speculation that latiifactoriljr ItMSenw tha inherent risk of a pioneering ott batinetm, with a financially interested management -whoee proven capabilitiee and integrity are a sufficient guarantee that ite business will be conducted and the properties developed in the best intereets ol all concerned. The legality of this Issue has been approved by OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: REGISTRAR AND TRANSFER AGT.I DEPOSITORIES: FUTURE: LISTING: EDGAR J. PERSHING, Attorney at Law Land Title Building, Philadelphia, Ta. SYLVESTER D. TOWNSEND, JR., Attorney at Law Ford Building, Wilmington, Del. Subscriptions will be received direct by the undersigned or from and through your own broker. The right Is reserved to accept or reject any subscription and to allot a lesser number of shares than subscribed lor. Price $8.50 Per Share Winslow Taylor & Company iviAiii urriLL: 130 SOUTH 15th STREET Oppoatt th Tnlon I.eagup. PHILADELPHIA, PA. BRANCH OFFICES: New York N. V. Pittsburgh, Pa. Johnstown, Fa. Atlantic CitT N J. I'nlontown, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Butler, Pa, The information contained herein has been obtained from what we regard as reliable sources and while w do not guarantee it we believa it to be accurate. Loeost 8182 S 4 9 Race 8191V"- Chester, Pa. Indiana, Pa.