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Automobiling & College Football a* Boxing S Other Sports
Daring Drlver Hurls His Car
Over Course at Sixty-nine
Miles an Hour.
NO ACCIDENTS MAR RACE
Hughes and Wishart Finish
Second and Third Beforo a
Cheering Crowd of Sixty
Wanwatpfla Kace Oeura**. Wls., Oct. 2.?
Balph I fV I*a'ma, dllvlag tnie to the
i ' lOOfc whlch he exhlbied h!
rj]?;r h month ago, wlth a M^reeden cm j
the ciRhth running "f the clanslc j
VBT-derbllt C ;p nutomobtle rac- trflBB a
aald of eiflht starnrs ej*#*r tho new Wau*
aaatoaa road courae h"re to-day. li!',
l!r: *"B* 4 houra 2'"1 mlnutes 31:54 flOC*
Bflda for a dlatancfl ol 2;*i* nil<s 1,701 feet. |
repreflOfltOd a speed of sixty-nlnf
- un hour, or flve miles per hour :
- than last years VanderbiU Cup
a ? Bl BaWflBIMJa,
? woa bv l. 4-fl aaooadfl kYei
drlvlng a Mercer Special, '
-?,.ij, "fetalaf. bad '.ed through th*
ball of th? raoo an.l then Bad been
forccd to arlthdraa becauae of aaajka*
:- bt>. Fptncer Wkthait, wlth ? *>'?*"
ceden car. waa thlrd. and Gll Anderson.
drlvlng a 8tu:z. fourth. On'y these four
carr. finlshcd the race.
Rali b Mulford waa eHmlr.ted early ln
the struggle hy n broken magneto Tetz?
laff went out after hc hed actod as pac
maker for the f.r.?t one hundred nnd flfty
miles, because of the breaking of the
i**\ringr. in the drlvlng shnft of hls Fta'
car. Gll Anderson, drtvlng a f*t itz, rflfld
Harry Xelson. with a I/.zicr car, never
had a chanoo to win, barring accldenta to
t ? < .iders.
Tetzlaff funilshel thfl fenture of the i
flrst portlon of the race. freqtiently aver- I
aging a ?p*ed of aeventy-flve miles flfl
bo-tr for repeatod !nps. H? drov.
fasteat lap of the day In f. mlnutes 16
aeconds for tbe 7.^8-mlie course.
A crowd estlmated at more thar. slxty
thousand persons vras ranged around the
cours* at advantageous polnts for slght
The race waa run arltb out serioua acci?
dent. althcugh lt had been sald that the
roirae waa dangeroua.
ln addltlon to the costly Vanderbilt cup
De Palma won 13.000 ln cash from the pro- j
moters of the race tnectlng and a large
BflflB from the manufacturers of acces- I
Hughes. In second place, carned $2,000
and manufacturera' prlzcs. Wtehart
took $1,000 af. his end of the purse and Gil :
Anderson won 8-8- as fourth money.
|_M shadow of the frightful accident in
..c< yesterday. when David Brueo
Hru-evn was killed, hung over the crowd
untll Um "X.Urmcnt of th* ^truggle- and
lha 5 lungtng marhlr.es drove all other
I nt* from the mlnd.
. .. i. Um wit.ne-r errflflflOd the flniehlntf
line a tumultuoua roar cannoned along
tflfl der.sely B*a?kOd flles of speetators.
.: hcaving maB? ot madly exclted hu
manlty. De Palma took hla vlctory wlth
hla usual OOfltaaaaa bot undoubtedly was
p pd ly thfl chtcrs whlch told bow
ponular ? winner he was.
Ii< Palma wa*. the flrst away. and set
the pace for close to one hundred miles.
when TVddy Tetzlaff raced to the front.
The latter eoon gained alx m'nutes Ofl
De Palma, but to do lt he had to burn
up Um track to such an extent that lt
wa? doubted hls car could last The
doubts rrcved well founded. The pluc^
(alifornlan had knock'-d seventy-two
rnlies an hour out of hls Flat car. and
?*?;,?. atOl for. Ing tho pace. when In the
laontf fllaak 'ap hi? eng.nea gave out.
Th*y were burned to a crlsp.
Wb-hart made a gallant bld for aecotid
; lac- whlle Tetzlaff waa atlll ln the race.
Kor a brltf whlle he paased Do Palma?
the latter wa* changlng tlrea? but dropi'oo
back to a cloae thlrd. and then gave
\ti) to Hughle ilughe*. -.vho drove a
eautious and eteady pace throughout the
r*te. Gll Anderson. In a Btutz, and
George Clark. In a Mercedes, tried hard
for placea unUl defeat wa* Inevitabie.
Altogether. the race was gamely con
tested wlth numerous brllllant flashes
of generalahlp and *p*sed. forced from
tbe cara up to the flnal point of aafe y.
It wa* notlceable, however. that there
was a careful avoldanea of reeklesu rae
lng as the ears came close together.
Heads were kept cool even ln the exclte
ment of the great trophy at atakc. And
after the race waa over there were many
profound regreu for the gallant drlver
nho had been klUed only the day before
The track wa* ln aplendld condltlon, and
th? ImmenBity of the crowde exceeded
al) expectatlon*. Each drlver had * hoat
of frlanda to cheer hlra as he came lnto
naw, and all through the race lt waa
?ne wave of wlld enthuBluem after an?
other, untll the flnal roar cume wlth the
vlctorj' of *?e Palma
HOPEFUL FOR SCUDELARI
Mechanician of Bruce-Brown Is
Milwauke*. Oct. $.?Tony gcudelarl.
m*~hanio!r?n for Davtd Bruce-Brown, thi
nott-d automoblle drlver, and who wa.
aertously Injured In the accident on th'
Vanderbilt Cup cour*e yesterday. whlch
-! in the death of Bruce-Brown. la re
r-ort<-d at a local hospital to-day to be
? till unconadoua.
Physltiana say ScudeJarl prohablr will
hot icgain contaclousnea* for thlrty-stx
'.lours or longer, following the trepan
h'.ng and oporatlon, bul are bopeful for ht*
A BOON FOR THE WEARY.
Th* Tribun*'* Room and Board
Regiater ia for your benafit. Conault
WHERE TO DiNE
Aator Court, 70 Weat 84th Bt.
_ ""falepho e '^472 'Ire-lay.
I'-i to 112 Raat 14th Ht. 'Jel.,1480? Sluyvaeant.
Ptl.'OI'H <.l.1 MAX KK.nr.8l K' VI.
Viaic by Tha VIENN 4 ARTfST OIU'HKO'l ItA
HIH/llt lli.llt HOFDHAl'.
PlSiaer Gonoi$en?cha \% lra?
CKA.VD I'KIX-? Hruaaela Bxpoaltlon, 1010.
pflJT BBa-F^EaOf B*-ta*raat. Ale.l sTi
'?ai -ininwn Hot% ?, -*?.???. "falegram.'*
WINNEB OF THE VAXDKRBILT CUP.
RALPH DE PA1MV
Quakers Victory One Long
March Up and Down Field
Fted and Blue Team Plays
Good Game in Defeating
Frank.in and Marshall.
1 My Te'.errarih tr. The Trll
Phlladelphla. oct. 1?The Unlveralty of
Petinsy'vanln football t?am marched op
and down Ita held this B-taraoon nor ive
to-chdoaraa agalaal Krankiin and Mar
ahell. wlnn'ng by a score of X, to 8 Al?
though Ihe score waa Idoatleal arttb lhai
made ogataol Oettyebarg ob BattJi-ajr,
the Red and Blue eleven plav..) better
football aad agalnat BtTOOgef OPPOfll lo
The greal apeed atid drletag poarer of
the Quaker backa w-.r.- r_apo_Btble for
nll th? scorca. tlmugh the Ib
arhlcb the mosi eo-cero was r>ii ?
formed much bettea thaa _ntlelpatfl_
Two t?_eh_ow_a ari ad in the
flret period. on- lr tht thlrd .in.l tWO
ln the fourth. For the ilr.-t t-tie_d-W_
the Qaokera roahed Ihe baii ooxranty
jrordfl in aeveral plays. A long forward
pn** from Moroof to feamg made twen
ty-five rarda od _M ooeeaaorp dlata-ee,
and Minds tnadc the acore with B --yard
dash ofT tackle. Pennaylvanla had roehed
the ball from her own 40-yard llne to the |
ahador. of Bbe vlaltors* fOOl when a futn
i Ifl ,-ilthough r'vovred. b>ht the ball on
downs. It W8fl roahed booh anrl taken
(?v.-r ln two pBBjra
Captala Mereer niode the third aoore'
when hf cut cloanly through a big bola
Ir: Fti nklln B?d MarshalVs Hflfl BBd
aprlat-d ntty yarda loc th* tou.i ?!.>??.
Th,. f cirih MOT* ?.mis aetBtad h> taking
tha bnll fr.-tn n.ldfl- <! In aOTflfl pla*- <?
Tho flnal |OU hdOWB Wfll made vvhor, auh
?tltfltca ."?> 'i;.i.-.i naoat ol tba ptacaa. Tho
ball waa aaeored bh tho rla.tora' g.mi bbo
on aa Intareoptod forarflrd eaaa, rushe.i to
tba ">ar.i ium in two playa aad TottBfl
made th* raeorc arhan h* caught a Iflr*
trafd paai ovai tb* M.ai line.
FPraakain aad llarahall aaaoat aaorad
?rbaa Joaoaa trt*d a Hat k>>?i fr..m tbo
:i ->artl lln., lt n.lssi-.l only b> inches.
Ti..- rwltora aaa/aa a auaabor af nr?t <iown*
. ? .1 bad the wii-k. r*a a?aa*lied flavflfal
tim.s >? th. ir auunaaaffll u?>- flf tha lor**
arard ?? ?
Th iin> -flp follaara
Pemajh u-ri* ... > '? IHon ? ?
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Harrlngi > '. 11 .N.-.l!lr.?
Oercei r. B. ............ J'r'?
.1. -rlnn'nn 111. Mercer.
foung. ? ' l?h_-W* Mlolfc (fl
p, anla rai *<? Jou*
ne* OrlfBth for Ma N .. * ?? Kellehai fof
,.. _.***. -. Dlllon foi
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..?nar> f..r Ji.n^s Hrf-rr*
I.,',w:t.- L'mplre T.hr.
rrli'-t'i I.--- ?? W l moutb, Yf.1-. Tllii*'
Yale Coaches Go Back a Step
in Development of Team.
New- Ilavn. <*onn.. Oct 2 -The Yab
footbail conch>s Bent the "VOBSltp team
through a atiff acrlmmage of thlrty mln- j
utea ln secret lO-tlay, OThle! BoWfl Ot* i
pre.?*ed aF "hum."
n'hen the gBtofl ofaaned the acolmraage
had just ended, .md the men Ba-lnlP
Bhoared th" < ffertf* of th'-lr hard WOT*
The vrn-Kity Bored two t-UObdOwne, DOth
a? tha rooaH of boocked kfteha and
more to POOT work by th- !'
than 'o anv rnrtl-ular nlertne;.. on Ute
part of the Ngalara There arere r" looj
runa or ga_* H?eady plugglaa 8t U88
llne belng tho rule and al t'"
The poor tacUllng shown by \ alr in
the tarly games influenced the eoaclMe
00 reaurreet the dummtes, and all Of the ,
backs had a long turn at thia work and j
falllng on the ball.
Sheldon waa at an end for the 'varB'.ty |
In place of Oallnuer, who reBted after a j
hard day yeaterday. whlle McNeil waa
a centre, ln place of Ketchum Boaaatfl
ler'B ahoulder ls r*tlll atlff, and he 08_]
took light work about the fleld, rapta n '
81 aldlng aleo waa kei t out of thfl hciIiii- j
BdLatoh. who Bfltowed ap otroaglg at
centre until threatened wlth appendl
cltls. reappeared on the tield to-day ln
citizen'B elothea. and Arnold, another
apper.dicltle. vlctlm, ifl expected .n an- ,
other week. Arnold, lf ln conditbm.
Btanda a fftlr chance ol belng a repulnr
guard and atrerigthening one ef Yale'a I
Wolter ''mp waa at the fleld for the
flrat tirne elnce the *eason OflMOBfli, and
he followed all of the work clonely.
"Lefty" Flynn dld not report.
Thr 'varslt.y llne-up had Sheldon and
Avery. fl__Bi Warien and TBlbot,
tackle*. Torh ani 0008807. gimrdOi
Ketcbani. centre, and Caetlea, Madden ,
and Markle ln the backneirt. Cooafflh
?tarted at ciuarter, Cornell Kucteedlrig
hlm. and LoftOfl had charge of the
GLIDDEN AUTO TOUR OFF
Date of Starting Too Near
Election to D-aw Cars.
There wlll be no Ollrtden automoblle
tour thls year. TMs announeemetit waa
made yesterday by the natlonal tour com?
mittee of the Arn.riean At.t08B0bllfl An
Hoorlatlon. whlcn decided to poatpata
conteet until r-ome time ne?t yoar
Tbe plnelial re mon glven wab V a>
many automoblllBta who warted to enter
the contf?t dld not cnre to bo gaggf fn m
thelr homt-8 three weika Just befOTfl OPJO"
tlon. It wns alao BbBtOd thH- flblO0_ef_
had been made to mur.y OBfl-flfllB of t -:
propored IflaOfl from Oetioit to New Or
Next yenr an 0488-0? date wlll l*e
rho*4en, and ln the mean time chanses
wlll l*e tnnde ln the route.
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HARVARD OREW OET PRACTICE
Cambrldge, Maaa., Oct. 2.?Ilarvard
oaramen were called out to-day for fall
practice, thlrty-one men reepondlng.
Three crewe were made up. the flret In
cludlns the veterana Bej nolds. Ooodale,
Mllla and Abelea (coxawuin). Tlrnle. of
last year'a freahmen crtw. was ut atroke.
WM TEAM EBME
Goes Back in Work as C~m
pared with Play on Tuesday.
? . Th* TrtOat - I
' ambrldfl*, lla 11 l 2 Tba Har*
va < ,..i.> .j .1 not k> ?-r. up it* K."xt
v.nik of yaatarday in thi Bcrlmmaaje tbta
aft.rn-Mt-. Ofll] Ifl- lOUl ihaVWTfla tOttU
1 a oooTod .lgaii!-' ti. ? aeroba, nn.i thara
wa* almost an l.nur's lnterv.nl hfltWOOfl
them. hfor-aover, tba 'rauraliy ?*...'
grteed by tii.vir.sr it mra aaal Un.- ereai ->i
by M.-??? 1 team. altbough thara whh
aotfl* balm ln Iba fact thnt tha scorlng
At :??? b) i: nl ' Smith, tb* Old \ar
ali ? nd, H he la ne* ooaehtng
arltb t; ?? aajflb i-om,
.**qJ*? tbrooflb <m a puiil _8fl*-i near the,
'.aiMty goul lln<\ and Moe_*b_g the bflfll
fell on it f?>r ,-i tonebdoim
Th* teaiaa had boan anl oaly :. feaa mia*|
H.irfMvl.-k r-iado one run of,
forty yards and another of flfty ynnls ,
f >r a tOBcltdflWU, There was no morf ,
I "rlng for th?* 'varalty BB-Q th* last play
bflfora the r.-gularx wer?? nrd?>re<l fcfli k t..
the IOeh*sT buildlng. Holll*ter. the left |
end. r-eeiircl the ball at mldfleld on h .
fumbb flfld r.-'n to tbo OCfBB 25-vard line, 1
from wh'-ro |**m playa c?rrled the ball the
? maindei of th.- dl tanee.
Trumbull. who hflO BBBfl playing centre,
was uscd nt rlgh* gunrd In PrtflOOal'fl
place and flflpoorod promlslng Cleary.
fll left tfit kle, ai.) ibflWOd aggre eive
ne^s iri'l did some fast hreaklng through. !
_k*aldea Bad" Smith, thraa oth- r!
C B ti- a?Oil Hrowne and the W'lthlng
tOfl boys- got lnto the acrlm.nage, I'nul ;
Withlngton havlng to play centre. as all
tne 'varalty backa left tba field early.
Harry Qardaof spent nm t ?.f tbe af- i
ternoon coachlng tho freshmon, an.l did
?Ol *Aork until after tho pra tlce, flrhflfl
hc rapenl ball' Ofl hour catchlng long
ni-h I'untH tbal I'erccy Haughton **nl
doflrn th* lield for f1fty-fl\e and ??lxty
yarda KoltOfl aml o'Mrlen are falllng
oft In their work nt the ends, and 1I..I
l|*t*r, m ho all] 1 ??- altflribla on November
1 aad .-^ttiith nr>- now playlno ih>* baal
gaaai on tba ends <>f tba ilao,
SHARPE FACES A PROBLEM
Classes Cut Down Attcndance
of Mer on Football Field.
[Bj TaloarOflb M Tka Trlbune j
Ithaca, N. Y., Oet. 2.-There were many
flbOflBtaoa from tba Oornell football field.
on acccunt of Injurloa au*t_in..| In |B0
?Baaa laal Batariay aad ataoa, und on ac?
count of tbo 'nl. rf.ren.-. of unhersty
work. iiltho'igii tbo football rantklBlfla
are r.'celvliig achoduleB of claaae p on
vhich as nni'ii work aa po-aslble ls played
In |bo morning MX ilons.
Dr. Sharpe, It appears, ean only be
absolutely xure of tflfl playera at 3 o'clock
on Mori'lay afternoons, and, as Krlday
ufternoonti are almost us bad, thero re
main only three daya each week when
natlB flOtory tlrllls aro posslble.
Thls afternoon. owlnx to tho hard work
flflt of yestotday. and wlth about only i
thoae men who were ln action yeaterd ly '
on hand, Ur. Sharpe gave tbe men elgral
urlll. Thls opportunlty afforded Reed to
do some Indlvldual work wlth hla new
llnesmon, in an endeavor to Improve their
Dosplie the abundance of enda oariy
thls year. they are gradually beeomlng
more acarce. and Phllllpl was agaln taken
from the nubatitute backfleld to play on
tbe wli.e. Kyrlch"s lnjurle* are not
known, but, In view of hl? abaence for
two daya, lt Ih g< n-rally ajppoaed tlat
baj will not be avallable for several daya
TIGERS RUN UP SCORE
Beat Rutgers by Wide Margin,
but Lose Clean Slate.
PENDLETON AT HIS BEST
Breaks Loose for Many Long
Gains in Second Football
Game of Season.
in.v Tale^raph te Tbe Trlhune. 1
PrtOOOlflB, NT. J.. Oct. 2.?Prlneeton cje
feated Ttutgers Iri football here to-day by
n aeoea af (1 to *i in g t&ti bad laeaaly
P0_yed game. The Tlgers rollej up ?,4
i.olnts ln the flrst half. alded hy coatly
fambtflfl and Haker _od Fendleton's alaali
fi.g attaek. ITInceton's captaln waa nt
.-.ls beat, tflTjrlng 27 polnt* of the total
s.orc by hlmself.
The team work of both olever.a waB
pltlfully weak. In the second half, when
the Prlneeton nubstltutea were In the
jcaine, Kutgera forced the (lahtlng all the
arojr, The reaulars w<re runhed In during
the last rjuarter to stem the tlde, but
JohOOOa phrced the Prlneeton flefOOOfl
llhfl pBBOT. BeO-tag a touchdown for the
vlaitora. IVndleton made the final tally
for the Tlgeia on a < levcr <iaBh around
Haker kl? ke<] olY at 3 o'clock to ItuUers,
B_d K Trendman r.-turned the ball twen
ty-iive yards. on the n<?xf play flhenk
tackled Johneon bo hnrd that he funn.l.d.
and Andrewa re<over>'d the ball. Pendle?
ton therj Keored <>n a l.'-yar.l <lash around
tne Bflaf after r-earcely four inlnutes of
play. Haker kfehfld the goal. Prlwct.in'a
?erond tally came In leas than on.' and
ODO-ht?l tntnutei, after the ball waa put
Ifl I lajr. A BOflUP fumble gave the TIklts
the ball ln Botgera'fl t'-rritory. and Pen
p-flBflfl romiied thlrty jardu to the goal
Rutgera waa pOWerleflfl to stop the
Prlneeton Mtaok ln th-- flrst BflrtOd, and
the faat backtleld UflPB through th.- llne
and around the nuls almost at wlll. Kvery
klnd of football waa shown the Mlnne
BOtO Bhffl delayed pa?B<-a and aplit playa.
Tbe FerWOrd pas-. was glven a falr try
ont. two of the four .'UteinptH made bf
the Tiger* reaultlng in good galns. A
:.. .tifui hVpard pa*?s from __oaaoaa t>.
Itak<T led to Prlneetone thlrd tally. aa
Haker earrled the ball <>\er In two plungea
? v.itslde of tackle.
I.nlleton. Haker nnd Dfl Wltt wre
pJOd f?>r thre" tnore toiirhdow ns. nnd ihe
iialf i nd?Ml with l*rlneet..n far ln th.- lead.
r_imtB_B. at quarter. ran th" team WOtl,
BbOWlBg PriBaBOtoa'fl VOrOoB1" atia?k.
W tabt, ln bla flrat eaPBfl*-?Cfl nt end,
ptojrod ? banfl, B__ppp gxtaee tor um
Betteoa 8i?ra reeeo?ed iri the ;
half <'unnlngham s'nt Ifl UM TtgflO BOrub,
bai Uutgere BbflWOd fltirprlBlng ajftflgth.
The Prlneetoo Bne pot ng ;< weak oppo
sltlon to JobDOfl-'fl plnriM-. aud the big
iiair ba'-k- not looaa tot a W'tard r.in
whleh booaghi tho ooaard to Hfl feol I
!(ak? r, 100 BBOond fltrbag flflflftflO-fl?h,
fBafJfld 10 dowi. bba. oat Kwart nal'ed UM
runner from br-1 ..... ,' *r Ihe BTBt _JM Ifl
Baa eoflrteel itutger- Ibraolenad f'rin <?
ton a rual. hut tl.e g?*a ba_I aad r ? BeU
poatfld ool of doaujaOi
WlUl th- flflBOalOg flf UM B 81 -luarter the
rooaolaoa woro hootlad la .?,'.'? a, >arl bo_Id
r.ot rtop tb. p_Bbjara attai k The 'rarfltty
llne showed errn leaa strength tl.an tbe
?80-?, and Ro< kafell.T ur i J..h?i"on
ploogltad UU-Ogi far reaNBBtod gaaaa
I'lnal y Joiiriaon Bflflfl-hfld through rlghl
tnckle for twenty yard.-*. X orlnir the flrat
tally of tn.' season agalnat th.' T",,;ern.
RocbafeBer fOBed t<? ki k Um geoi.
ab oa o-hBdBon of foataall the ?m*
waa iiiBHpp..intii,r. for nttie ooaM be tetd
uofljoeridflg Um w.-rkina of Um new rakoa
i"iv. gowhfl aaaaood bo be'p the eoattaaBy
of I'rlneeton'a attaik ln the nrat period.
but tbe Batgara dafoaaa was a.? wrol thed
i> w.i.k that Um pf?f eooM BOO be ooa<
-blered a CrUortOO Iflt r< al fo-.thall. ln
_M aecond httlf I'rlii''eton | dafflWOfl wlth
la Iha L-'Vyurd llii" was BOt H'-n, aa .l-.hn
-..ri Beored on a i"ng daah, Tba Tig- r
ooorhoo expreBBMi UMaoaerooa a? greattf
dBaatlafled atth th. worb of Um teaaa,
Tb. IbM-Og followa:
Pr.n eton '41). Poaltlon. Tliilfera <?>
AnOr.-*a .- fl .?? Todd
PhUllpB .L- T. Mr<" ''?'""
BBMBU .?' li. Vanwlnkle
Hlue".entha! .C. 'u,,a
laogai; .H. il. Tolleoebr
_ Tretikman.B T. T.-Mey
wiaht .R K . Boer
Bmmona .<?) i:. Klni.-nd..rf
IVndVten .'? " > .Jnhnaon
M f>.'<er.RH B ..?. Ro.-Vtafeller
i?a witt.F. l?.i: gockafaller
Heferea?Mr CMII. ef P??rthiiiTe. implre
-Mr. Murpl.y. of Hrewn. Il-a-l llneaman - Mr
llnf.lilaa, of Haverf-nl. Time of oerlo ? Ten
mtautea Ti-aiehdewBa Pand'.etoti ia?. DeWItt,
H K-ker. i"Io-la from t UehOOa*?8 1'en '.letr.n
ifo. Haker .:? Boba-tatra J H HaUer lar
Kmvni n?. r. Trenkmnn for DeWItt. Frtelt for
IVn'lieten. Swart for St.e-ili Wfl'ler far tVlght,
Doollttll fet B. Haker. I.ot.fatn Hi tor bowfl,
I owe for lx>aan. flmm na for HuM.ell. Het-.
dr.-ki.in for Hirelr. Havl'nn.! for DaWItt, fJar
?..r i; ReckaralT. llllman fr.r roll.itiatiea.
g-barlaaa f?r Trxid.
CLOSE CALL FOR BROWN
Ashbaugh's Goal from Placc
ment Barely Beats Colby.
r fj0 Tele?r<\"'i !?> Tt r- Tr" u-e 1
I'rovldenee, H. I.. Oct 2.-<>lppb*d by
the lllneee of aeveral playera end hnndl
eapped by the opernllon of the ellalhlllty
r ib ln Ihe Bflflfl of others. Rrown barely
BOaed out a vht.ry ov< r Colby In the
flrst Kfim.. of the 8B_M00 flf ?he home
tentn here to-rtay. A goal from plae..
nierit hy Taptuln AshbuuHh fronS the 33
\ard llne ln the final period. OW-Mfld the
Prunonlana lo win by n acore of 3 to 0.
OkMPflhlOflfld football waa fhe rule. the
Hrown roachea not da'lng to ta:t.) any
BboaOflfl wlth an op*>n game BS-baM the
sesaoned Malne velerar.s. Henry, tho
tall recruit from Tufts, who at irted Bfl*
blfld the bat In the I'.iown 'vaiH.ty bas..
ball team laBt aprlng, wna by kflBg odds
BM moht brllllant p-rformer for Hrown.
lle hll the Colby BBM Hk<* a batterliK
rani. openlriK up BB-flfl for conalBlent
gu.na through tai.klea and guanla
Hrown tried the forward paas flve U_BBfl,
but lt failed in all but one alt. inpl, when
eighty yarda were floada Tne aecond of
c.ihy'a two trlea at the play Kave the
vlaitoia th.rty yarda. Koyal had what
look-.l like nlmonl a 0*88- tleid for a
io..11.110*11, but ?iqwtoer oow_?d lum on
ilrown a 20-yard hna. '1 nu waa BM
n-ar.ht Colby <ame to e<-orm_, a*. IWO
atiiinpta at goaia Irom tho B-M ml->8r?i
by nairow inai_U!*J.
The llne-up tonowa:
l?ni*n \di. * ?4i 8*aa i olby roi.
w , .. i, .U *.. i_4_Baaea
Di.ii. . ?? 1. Bappla
?.,..ttateln ._? ?.
>ili.ne._. ??? Boe-l.-r
Ooidoeru .R- ?. PendarfMBt
liiau .I? I. L?d?J
AHn:.au?h .R. E. Bhuaier
Crawlhflr .O- 0.?? Ayer
Hean .?- "?. L*w,?,y
? lardner .R- ?. Taylor
Henry .W. I. Kraier
nuuetltcitea?browi.. Haiard for Oolrltwrf.
Murpny for Krati. Metealt for QarOr.er. to!
i.y Roral tor iroeaman, Uarey tor Kepple.
llunt for rendergaBt. Metrlll for I-wney.
<1_il fr>.n> plaf-emant?Aihhaogr.. t'mplra
liavli. crf W4U?yan. ltafer_i~Mar?hall. of
Harvartl. Head llneaman Wtilttemcre, of
Uronn. Tlma?Wtiartera of 10 mlnu ea each.
Substantial Increase in Net.
with $5,360,000 Surplus.
The Loulfvill- i Naahville _HBraad
"'ompany, in it.- report for the flscat year
*-nde<l Jun<* :;0 last. show su'c tantlal
g.iins in gross and net earnlngs and a
surplus about $1,000,000 larg.-r than that
"iirnpd In the preceding year. Op*raC_88
raaaaaa was $56,211,738, agalnst $',:i.?s;;,,ii
for the year ended June IB, |f|l, an In
"r.-ase flf $2,218,047; t.perattng .xpensos
w.re $39,6-6,3:;. an increase of a-.se-.f08.
and flfll operatlng revenuo was ft
an Increas. of $1,071,543. De.hictlrig from
tho total mt bMOfl&i of fJCSfTJa. tbfl
taxes, I1.&4.63I, nnd addlng **other ln
?0111.-,?? $2,420,BB, tho totat IflCOBM was 817,
I li..(iu.vli,L- from total Income the Inter?
est, rental and alnklng fund charges.
nmotintlng to $6/.'9,lvs. ain! th. South &
North Alabam.-t Rallroad 1 'ompany's $t'J9.
_H .urplUH. whlch was Inclib-.l ln tho
cirnlngs, :i i.alance fo- .llvldon.l* re
Biflhiad flf toa-Ml-, aa-tvalenl ba 15.9 p.-r
r*flg)| carned on the outHtandltig stock. and
| comparing wlth the preceding years bal?
ance of a_,i*-,B*l LMvidend reaulremenrs
w.-r- $l.200.0;0. leavlng a MrplOBJ for th-'
year raf a-JBMBk raa incr-as of ll.aal.Ui
The total surplus fl*aa $.'W,,V7t,725. and
aft. r adjustuictit af credits and deblts Iba
Bnal pr t.t and loaa Marplat us of June 30
stood at $:i7,i:o.573, an _Mt_flee at $5,906,620.
Bapwidltarea for addlttoaa aaal bett.r
BMflta to roa.i. -harfled bB *fl*op*ity Invtat
m-mi. wero $l.Hl!>,5??, agalnst $2 365.292 Ifl
tha paaoodaaf year, and net adiMttoao aad
battl rttMBta Ifl '?,1ulpmtnt, cliarged to
property Investment, amount.-d t.i $1,061,
190. The l alanc BBaMI M of June 30
akowa oraflfe oa haad $n,A?.",^i, or $4,112,
I 9 lc!<a than 0 year paOTMUBla. deferre<l
deblt M8B-B, r-'.292,862, an Increase of $4.
2-7.812. and t.ta! assets and MabilltieB of
Tho stockholdors >.f the company at
their annual nie*nlng yesterday approvod
the proposnl taCTflflfle In the capital stock
from 0*0.0.0.000 to S7'.\0ft'.'?? ;.r:d 10 08*01 Od
ihe outg.nng dlrectors
'SPECIAL' SUGAR ACCOUNTS
Haverneyer Got $100,000 in
Tb* governmenfa sult to disaolve the
Amerlcan Hugar Reflnlng <'ompany was
eofltta-Uad yesterday lu the F.-d. ral Bull.l
mg. with \v. __ra___ Featar, eentroUer
of the company. who has baaa a Bitneaa
for the last IWO days, stlll 00 the atand.
Once more' Mr. Fnster prfldflOOd prlvate
lodgers 1, 2 and ??, unl.icklng . ach ana
with a kay arhlcb ba carrled with hlm.
Mr. Knapp. AhsM ?nt I'nited State*
Attorney, trled t<> brtafl flfll the v,,ti..ii
rrtoeh ira AOflritom .>f tba eompaay an.i
d-lflrioo, bai Mr- faatar aald that
? iiiv .-. f.-w ef th<-H<> ahnarod ea UM haaka
and tliat he was unable to say offhand
j'let arhai Um braaaaetloaa a*ra
The booka ot tbo aroartoan Sug.ir Re*
tlr.lng Cotnpiny of ttt W rlaffloy BbOwed
a s-flfl.of ?1._7>.0**> tn Uustav K ____-)
during tb? y.-.ir T'C. afld, .'f.'ordir.g M tho
wltnrHH, was made ony aa a mait.-. of
>:??rr..-n!enc,., the money golng for tho
use of the Amerlcan Sugar Reflnlng Com?
pany of New Vork. Mr Crawford. the
attoraey f<>r tba aafcar i amaaay here, *g.
plalaed that tha New j.-r- braaeb bad
simpiv aeted as hankeia for tfic New
rorh company, ..f tha s.-.n.. name .mu a
iry, tba twa ooaaaon - baanflj under
Iba bbbm iflamtferaent, nnd that oocb
tmnsactioi." Bere comibon durlBfl tl *
str. aa <>f BUBa-MflB\
Mr Krapp tii-n OJHl -lioi >? 1 tlie witnes
as t.. Um rieaniiiK of "apodfll axpenae
tn" nl.l.b Bboer*d Ofl ttie prlvate
i-.ig.rt.. act tha alf eaaj aald tbal thla
sated feea for lesal rsOrrle** arhlcb
?>'iiii nol *>. ebaiflad to a _*b_xttnent
Thi aoaeraaaeat'a atteraoy then asked
Mr paatei' If tbora was aa rmtry in that
accunt oflder data of Beptomber n, laat,
Bboaiafl tbat a-B\aai bad been paJd t<>
II. 0, Hav.ineyer for servl.-.s r.-nd.re.l
ii ? ? pIBtlhaflO Of t! -? pennsylvania
H-.ik"' r RlfltlTlg Oompamy. Thls lt.-m was
f.. uad uti.i.-' ti-.- head of "eaab daab-rae*
in. ii's' lt prtv it- l.-<lger tto, 1, ln S?-p
The witness th.-n starte.i t,. take up the
tnuiHactiiiis of Um Aflaaricaa E?aar iti iin
ing Oompaay aad tbo "bool evsjejt b>
tervats,' aTflflfl . ijournmeiit was take
WILL NOT LIST CITY BONDS
Stock Exchange Follows Policy
of Last Year.
Tbe New York Stock Exchange haa
strlcken from the llat the Mty of N.w
Vork t.mporary roeelpts for 4'i per cent
c.?rr>orate stock. due March 1. t*'.2. 1"
thls action reganling the tOo.Oti.OOO rrfty
? .n.l i.-sue, Offoffld .-n May 7, IBB B c k
Kx. hange has followed the poll'-y adopted
by It In 19J1 In the Oflfla of thfl last pre
ce.llng lsBi;e, $?)toiv.Xsi. oCCTfld on January
14, l'.'ll. The t eriltlcatet? ln both Inst BC B
vera aflfraaod aad print?d t?> the Now
York Hank Note (ompany, tlie work o'
whlch ls not accepted hy the . vchango;
and accnr.llngly ih? exchnnv-e. whlle per*
mlttlng Its memlers to trade In th? t rr
Viorary recelptp. has iflfleel**- t'at p-r
mlsslon by strlklng th* rOCO'pta fr m the
list when the .lniiltlv.; bOO-fl iBMra ap
peand. for whlch the Stock Exchange .:?
<?Ilr.es to farnfab a market.
ANN ARBOR'3 YEAR.
Th' Ann Arbor Hallnad Company re?
ports for the fls.-al pflflff ended June "?
last operatlng revenue. $2,120 s*. agalnst
$i,!cii..'.i'i, an haeraaaa of B-B.Vb-1 operatlng
oapaaaaa and taxes. MN.B-, aeaiam n.
m.W, tnc:ea?e, tUMJtB, and operatlng _*?
IWlfla. 8-Bl Ifl an Increase ot $72,194. The
erajm b-oeaaa wua $o76..u, after leductmg
from whlch th<* Interest. rental and other
ebaurgOO af Ba*\t?_. ?? surplus for the year
rcrnalned of $l"-/>.284. afflfll to 4.5 per cent
Oflffflflfll Ofl tho outstanding stock and cotr.
[.irlng wlth the $163,14.". surplus of the pre
c.dlrig rear. Th.- balanc* Hheet a? of
June 30 ahow* asaets and llabllttt. < of
$;!i.lTt',,S71. The Increase In operatlng ex
poaflaa was due rsblofly to tbo unusually
......vrrr Waatbor Of last wlnter.
TEAM RETURNS MEDALS.
At 0 m.-etlng Of the reglstratlon com?
mlttee, of tho Metropolitan Assoctatlon,
held at the Domlnican IJyceum last night,
the 1'asttmc Athletle C!ub relny team,
whlch won second in the race at the
New Y.irk Athletic Club games last flat
urday, was onlered to return Ita medala,
as one of the <|imrtet was lnetlgthlc.
Ct.arlos H. Kloer. who la a member of
the 71st Regiment. tho offendlng athlete,
appeared In person nnd returned tho
Thomas Heally, of the Trinlty Club. of
H*-ooklyn. was suapended for three months.
Ho competed ln the throe-mlle run at
and after the ref-ree had demanded that
he teave the race, ho refused^to do eo.
LET U8 DO THE WALKING.
ClBflaJ* Th* Tribur>*'s Room and
*lr*-^ Regiat-r. A oond*n**d liat af
? M'CRUM-HOWELL PLAN
Stock of Successor Company To
Be in Five-Year Voting Trust.
The p'an of reoraanlsation ot the Mc
Crum-Howell Company, whlch wns mado
public yeaterday, waa aubBtantially out
llned ln The Trlbun.- on September 18.
The new company, whlch wlll be formed
to Buereed the McCrum-Howell Company.
j wlll have 11,575.000 7 per cent cumulailve
preferred and 83.1SO.O0O common 'atock., the
preferred to be redeemable at any time at
110 und nccrued dlvldends, and all of the
atock of both claeseu, except dlrectore'
quallfylng sharea. wlll be placed In a vot?
ing trust for llve yeara.
The present company haa $3,500,000 eacb
of preferred and common stock, and is
' Indebteo: upon open aecounts for mer
chandlse no.es, lndorsements and guar
antees in the amount of $2,800,000.
j To provlde for the expenaes of the re
organlzation, includlng the recelvorahlp.
and to sip|ily addltl-inal worklng capital.
j an a^sesament of $h> a Bharo is to be
lotifld upon the preferred atock and 88 a
?hare on tho common, Nhlch will provide
The creditors are to recelve 25 per cent
of the face value of thelr claltna. or 8700, I
000, ln new preferred etock, and 76 per l
cent, or $'J,275.uOO, In new common. The I
stockholdere partlclpatlng, or the under- ]
writ?rs, are to recelve the remaln "S
$873,000 eaeh of preferred and cornmon
on payment of the aBfeusmenta, one shate
of new preferred belnff glven for ea<"h
alx sharea of present p.eferred, wlth one
shar. of new common as a bonus, and ont
shar.. each of new preferred and common
belng glven for each twelve shares of
present common stork.
The reoriranlzatio:i,committee wlll 08
kei the flrst hoar.l of directors of th..1
new company, whlch will Incltide Winiarn
W. Potter. 8. II. Miller, Frederhk L.
Allen. F. H. Moore ar.d F. V. Bartlett
Mr. Moore wlll under certaln conditlora
herome the pre/ldent. None of the >$8?
lectors or ex<-cutlve offlrers of the old
company wlll be connected wlth the man
agement of the guccessor corporation.
STOCK EXCHANGE EXPELS DOW
District Attorney to Investigate Pail
are oi Boston Brokor.
Boston, uct. 2.-Stophen II. Dow, of
Stephen R. Dow ft Co., brokera, who
failed last week, was expelled from the
Boaton fltock Kxchange to-day. Creditors
of tne rirm aay that Dow borrowed al?
most $30.i.rijo from copper companlea ln
j whlch bfl was Interested.
l'latrict Attorney Felletler haa an
' nounced his Intentton of havlng the grand
. Jury investigate the failure.
ITEMS OF THE STREET.
I Foreign housee were heavy aellera of
1 Hro..-ka In thls market. the total aales be?
lng estlmate.1 aa hlgh aa 76 0>? aharea.
They oa re b-TOlfl later ln the ses?lon. but
on a much small?r scale.
IMvl.iBBMta baea been rleclare-1 as fol?
llrt>okl>n (Ity Railroad Compuriv-Regular
quai'er.y 2 per cent. payable O.tober 15.
J. O. Whlte & O.-llegu arquarterly 1?_ per
ral m tba preferred, i.aynhle November 1.
Ir.:ern_.loniil Hteam Pump Company-Regu
_rl 'luarterly IS p?:r cent on the preferred,
pajrabla hiweaiBer i_
ftB_tIran I.lgbt an.l Trartlon Cornpan>?R'iS
u.ar <|,iarterly 14 per rt-r.t BB the p.e.'erred
aad -'-j per oaet on th" cgeaaeta, ar.d alao a
r-omnv.n atorB 41* d-Bd ef fti P>r cent tn com
raoa ets?? aii paraba Weeaflaaw I.
Public Servtee c-,mi*.ri/ ot Northern Illlnola
?Ragalar .pmrterly 14 p?_ ctnt on the pre
I rr.-'l and I per oer.: on th? common, bcth
payaMe November I.
.',?:)?m; r.?e anj dflBtf? *'omp_y-Qiar
t.-rl l'i p^r <:>nt ?1 the pr-f-iT'd.
sierrs I'a.-Mc Kle.trir ( '>mt>a-> ? Regular
, ... :lv l't per eaal on the pr.!r..-rre-l. payaole
V . ar. ?
1 _y-a?-Vou-Enter Corporatlon?Regular quar
t-rly I *. per baal on the preferred, payable
Rallwar -""^ag.* Hattery Car Com par. v? -
[nttlal :*i r--r eaat <?- th- praftrfrofla payable
I ?.'(- Ut _
HOracO _. aadiewa has b>*en electeil a
dlretHOT Of the Westinghouae Alr Rrake
i'ompany. su-ceedtna; H. E. Smith.
Tbe Dlatlllera Securities Corper.ition re
ports for Ihe flscal year ended June 80
. t 0 BUrplUfl of %W,ttl OfOr rhargeg. I
BfBlaai flJflJT.d-d for tbfl pteee.llng year, aad
,i deflcit nf*'-r dlvLb-nds of t'f.i.r^, against
the un BarphM of $21;;..tz.
I W. II. Nbhols. president of the Nlchols
Copper Coni;.any, has bflOB elected preel?
dent of tbe ?5ranby C088IO_d J^l Mlnlng,
bmeltlng and power Compntiy, as BOO
.?essor t<> OooiflBj M. Lother, who Is re
ttrlng beeaBBfl of lll-health.
FTOOh B. WI_880tO8 hae reslgned aa a
dlreeter of the Chatham and Phcnlx Na?
tlonal B.ink, of thls clty, and the Citlrens'
Central Natlonal Bank, of Port Henry,
0f, Y.. ln order to qunllfy aa a P.epubllcan
Belvldere Brooks, Jr., haa become nsRO.
efatted wlt.i the bond house of LOWI-B?fl
1 Baraoai & Co.
Betdelbach, Ickelhelmer ft Co. yester?
day engaK??d $250,000 aold for Import,
brlngiug thelr total to $1,250,000 and inak
Ing Ihfl aaaiagatfl amount of the gold en- I
HaK?rnents on the current movement 88,
A s>Tidicate compoaed of the Ouaranty
Truat Company, Stn nj?, Sturgia ft Co..
Ib'dmond & Co. and Kean, Taylor ft Co.
havo piirchHB.<l from the reeeiver of tho
Second Avenue Railroad Company $3,110,
<mo of a total authorlred Issue of $3,200,000
one-year 5 per cent recelver's certlflcat's
Public offerlng will be made to-day.
There was dopoalted at the Sub-Treas
1 ury for transfer to New Orleans $160,000.
making tiu! total on the movement $800,000.
' All of the sugar reflnlna cotnpanlee have
lowered thelr price on atandard granu- J
Iated sugar ten po'nta to flve centa to
1 The forecloaure aale of the Detrolt, To?
ledo & Ironton Railway, whlch waa eet
for October 8, has been poatponed until
.lanuury ?. Thia ls the fourth nostponc
BMOt and BB due to the Inabltlty of the
protectlve committee M agree upon a
DENVER RAILWAY SECURITIES.
Th? protectlve committee, of whlch
Benjamln Strong. Jr.. ls chalrman, that J
vvrtf: formed In the lnterest of the holdere j
I of the $3.&00,000 0 per cent notes of the ;
lienver Rallwny Beeurltlefl Company,
J pjrrflfl notlce that lt has entered Into un
agriement whlch contalna the plan adopt
1 ad by the commlltee for thfl readjustrmnt.
of the obligJttona of the securitlee cotn
pat-y. Prsctlcally all of the details of 1
the plan were prlnted In The Trlbune on '
Bept- mber M. Copleg of the agreement
have lieen fPed wlth the Bankers Truat
C -mpany. depoattary, and coplea may be
had by notehodera upon appdcallon to
the truet company or to the secretary of
the committee, B. W. Jonoa, No. 30 Wall
?.nnouncement la made by the commit?
tee that holdere 0/ outatandtng recelpta
Bf depoalt who do not as6i-nt to the plan
Of agreement are renulred to withdraw,
ln accordance wlth eerfuin of lte provi
sione. on or before November 4 neat.
Judge Mayer Wants to Get at
Ihose "Higher Up,"He Says.
C. & 0. AGENT PLED GUILTY
Wise Tells Court if Penalty Is
Severe "Little Man" Is
Apt to "Squeal."
Wi'llam L Divlne, genernl iniportlng
freiaht ajrent of thfl Cbaoairoahe & ohlo
, Railroad, wlth headquarters nt Cincinnati,
I appeared bef-N Judge M-jror, in ih
L'nlted States District Court. yesterla
afternoon, and entered a plea of aullty
to an Indlctment returned last Aprll,
charglng him wlth givlng rebni-s ln ln
I Divlne waa flned $_.,000, whlrh hls . o ;n
I flef, I.ouls Marshnll, of o'llornian, Battlfl
&? Marshall, promlsed to DO] on Koodol
Intll then Divlne was paroled ln Mr.
| IfaU-bOll'a custody.
Judge Mayer spoke of Divlne aa merely
a suliordlnate. who had to do the biddlng
of hls superiors, adilng: "W8 want to
get at the big men behlnd hlm,"
"We wlll never get at the hlg men,"
United Stutes Attorney Wise aaid. "aa
long aa the llttle fellow la able to atand
up and pay hla flne. If, however, the llt?
tle fellow is sent to Juil or la glven a
Barere penalty, he is likely to 'squeal' on
the one higher up."
"Then we ahall llx a penalty that shall
afTect tho big man," remarked Judgn
Mayer. aasesalng the penalty at $tf..O00,
The Indlctment to whlch Divlne pleaded
guilty charged hlm wlth havlng entered
lnto an agieement wlth tiie frelght for
wardlng flrm of Wakem 4t McLaughlin,
of Chicano and thls cily. by the terma of
whlch the forwnrders were to receive a
monthly conelderatlon or "aalary," tanta
mount to a rebate on ehlomeiits.
Wakem & McLaughlin ln return for
this conelderatlon promieed to ehlp all
frelght they handied for customera vla
the Cheeapeake _ Ohlo Railroad. Thi
"aalary" allowed the f<?rwurdeis for two
years to make speclal lnducem*nta to
thelr patrona ln the way of frelght ratejB.
The rebatlng agreement went Into flf*
ftct In I88B, and waa contlnued to Decem
ber, 1911, and by Its terina Wakem _ Mc
Laughlln ieceived $lsO "sulary" for tho
flrst six months, and thereafter a certaln
percentage of the total buslneaa they
turned over to tho Chesapeake _ Ohio.
All tho rebates, whlch aggrtgated $4.iW.
were on frelght transported between thia
clty and Chlcago, where Wakem * Mc?
Laughlin, Incorporated, bealdes being for
WO-darOt were In the itquor buslmas
NATIONAL RYS. OF MEXICO
Final Surplus Earned for Year
The Natloncl Rallway* of Mex! .> re
ports for the flscal year ended June Z-.
11912 (Mexican currency), uross earnlnjs*
of $61,987,107, operating ex ;?.
34i, and net earnings. $23.",!.-:..i. Ta
rentala, etc, amount.d t.i $i.._i.43>
pendlng charges on BeeOflBBt of repalrs. BB>
placement of equlprner.t, etc, t" $1.4 ? I
leavlng B balaaOfl from operation of *-i -
?j-T.414. Total lnccrne- wa*. rtl.fff.lrH. urui
j after dedtaothflf the intereat .>n lan ....
j-flbt, euuipmert trust.s ar.i _B_M i i ?? '
iiKKregatlng 8:9,fr. 157, there renialned
surplus for the j. _r of $2,4X4,57\ hringr ..
tho total proflt and loss balanee to $> -
j Deductlons from thls total wero llCi,.:*1
r< preBentlnK 5 per rent of the n. t |BN
| transfcrred to th. rOBerVfl food; tha dlvl
[ dend on the first pOfl-8 rred atock. 0_^88J,
and siindry adjustnientB, HtMt, m.iking
tne flnal aurplua BnTtJtat
At the nnnur.l nvetlnir of the stckhold
ers of the fl) mpany. held reetarday ln the
city of Mexlco. Charlea H. Sabin, vice
tresldent of the (Juaranty Trunt Com
BOBjr: Paul M. Warburg, of Kibri. i
_ Co.. H. H. Wehrhane. ot Hallgarten a
. Vh, and Knrlqui II. Sobral were elected
to the board of directors, fnm whlch
.'lay Arthur Pierce, Bradley W. F.-mer,
Henry S. Priest und -bflfl Richarda hava
BANKS GAIAUN LOANS
Show Advance of $87,000,000.
but Lose in Cash.
Washington, Oct 2.-AU natlonal bankv
In the Cnlted States, reporting their con
dltiori on September 4. aa compared wlth
June 14, show a galn of $87,000,000 ln loanr
and disr-ounte, loases of $50,0u),0tt) ln cash,
and gains tf BJIJamJsM tn Indtvldual de
poslte. Oalns ln all three Itema are showr.
over the report of a year ago.
Boston bhows a galn of $-.907,^46 20 Ifl
loana, but losaea in caah of $i.ol3,004 18.
and ln deposlts of r5.18l.l90a. Banka Ir.
New York Clty ahow ksaes ln all three
items. aa follow?: Loans. $*<. 170.781 Hi
cash. $3T. 320,81159; deposlts. $37,537.515 41,
The reserve clty banks ln the Southern
states ahow gains ln loana of $10,360,334 6S?.
but loeseB In cash of $766._O40, and ln de?
poslts of $1,489.555 37. Chlcago banka aho.v
loaaes ln loans of $12,717.07u 27. In caah of
$8.035,565 34, and a galn ln deposlta of
11,078.61131. St. Louls banks show loBee*
Ih loans of $5,200,413 S9, In cash of $961
063 3H, and gsln ln deposlts of $4O0,2_i 4L
? i e '
MORE C. P. R. STOCK
Directors Ask Authority tc
Make It $240,000,000.
IfO-llB-t Oct. 2.--The dlre. tora of the
Canadlan Paclflc Hallway. at thelr annuai
meeting to-day. asked for uuihorlty tc
Incrense the ordinaiy caplla' atock by ar
BflBOOBl not exceedlng $60,000,000. Th<
capita! now atands at $180,000,000. Thf
necessary sanctlon from the Canadlai
government haa hc n t_bOB
Slr Th;mas ShaiiKbnessey. the presi?
dent, aald that tba $?>0,0oo,000 would b?
Iwued at 175. and that $33,000.0 ?0 wouu.
bc used to retlre 5 per cent bonds. _'?
whlch the eompany woald be able to re
O-OO nse.l charges J2.100.0u0 e. year. Th?
flrst eall ls to be made early in Jartuary
next and the remainder of the stoek la
tued during the year. The dlrectore anr
orflcera were re-ebeted
U. 3. FINI8HING COMPANY.
The Cnlted States Flnlahlng Companj
reports for the flscal year ?nded iune 38
last gror.s recelpts of $'.,(520,341, a de
crease of $315,620, aa compared w?th th?
precedlng yeir's flgures; cost of produc
tlon $3,559,523, lncreaae $24,302. and nei
earninge $1.06C.81B. decreaae 1130.037.
Total income was $1,243,153. Deductlng
$841,799 for maintenance and general ex
pensee and $392.^00 for flxed cnargeaanO
the preferred dlvldend, a balanco ra
malned of $8,854. and after payment of
$130,000 In dlvldeudn on, the commoa
stock the deflcit for the year waa $111.
146, comparlng with a aurplua of $60,283
for the precedlng >e_r.