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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915.
4-4- iWVK.t.CTI ai ZRwanok Veteran MARSTON TO MEET SEELEY FOR TROPHY jfin f liainiilonship and For ,nor roiinrcticut Titloholdor Uracil Klvwnnok Final. l.ATTl'.H 1TTS OFT TRAVIS MANnt"Trn, Vt.. July 30. Uncer ,lntv i. tpr. it throughout the third and Mm!.flnal rmnds for the llrst president's m on nlie i:kwanok Country Club links ,it'!l Tl"" nnnlla,l, for to-morrow ,:f M Mareton of Hattusrol ami lV r-rker Sr-oloy of Hrooklawn. Their rinr.er ..f mmlnB to the front was eome 4rg h'" ,1,ls: jtsrst-n played the outward journey JS thii morning, nn.i mis proven vuu fur John M. Ward of Garden City, N) fnund himself 2 down at the turn, llirnon eventually won by 3 ind 1. fh: afternoon Mnrston was pitted igilnst Hamilton K. Kerr and was the r.Mdier of the two In a rather erratic Tilth. Kerr hud disposed of A. Q. Itcllwalne Id this morning in a match ,vlt ended at the homo green. Nerve was the main thins Seeley treded to dispose of Walter J. Travis Alt morning, and the Hrooklawn golfer roved to have It. Travis wan never Sown until tho sixteenth green was tinned, and at the twelfth was S up, fat from then on Seeley remained steady shl'.e the old man was taking 6s Instead it, and won out. This afternoon itt.ty played T. M. Claflln of Brookllne ind again retained his nerve for the tnlth, being down during a good share if the Journey. The four ball competition this after tsoii resulted In a tie between I). Clarke 8! Baltimore and C. 13. Buxton, Hunttng Jon Valley, who mado a "5, and A. O. "cllwaine. Jr., national, and C. P. fcddy it Areola, who returned a card of the i.rce total. Tho summaries: First Flight for rirt Present's Cup. laird Itauna -H K. Kerr. Oreenwlch. beat A O SM.walne 2d, Hartford. 1 up; 11. II. rt n. Ualtuarol. brat J. M. Ward. Uar- n Cl y. : and t. W. 1'. Seeley, nraokUwn, t at J Travis. Harden City, 3 unn ii T M. Clanln. Urookllne, beat C. 1'. i.ddy, . rco.a, 1 up. Sumi-nnnl Hound Marston beat Kerr. I Hi 2 feeley bat Clanin, 1 up. Consolatlun Flight, for Manchester Cup, Third Hound C J. llellamy, Sprlngnelrt. list P. II Jennings. Mount Anthony, by taui , George orse, Hutlaml. beat morje Crocker. Hr-okllne. I up (50 holes); I' H. (inn, MontcUlr. beat V. K. Hilton, (.reen Ich. by default! V. CI. McKnlcht, liiltui-ol, beat C. W. B. Townsand, Merlon, tni ' .. Stm -tlnal Hound Mors boat Bellamy, tr.4 :. Uatea beat McKnlght. 1 up. Third SK-.een, Semi-tlnal Hound Kulton I'u'tlng. hs County, bi-.it II C. Keith, ll-ickton. up; O. It, Leake, Harden City, tat Caivtn Truerdale, Ureetiwlch. 3 and 2. P,. a'en Klght. Third Sixteen. Setnl-nnal Il-jna A. J. Chaec, llrockton. brat J. W. s :dff-r, Cfntury, by default: C M. Clark, ?. in) brook, beat I. 8. MacLoughlln, Scara- . 1 up. fourth Sixteen. Heml-flnat Hound J. A. A'.l'n, llaltukrol. beat T. U. Ilatrd. York C. C t and V Naah Heed. Montgomiry. it y. It. Devereux, Saduquada, by dt fw ' Flf'h 5lxtn. Paml-flnal Round C. D. rok Areola, beat (lrure Ilrlio. II hod Jind. : up, H. II. White. Oakland, beat I: It Conkr Areola, I and 1. t.xth Hlittfn. .-emi-tinal Hound II. M. v Mjnter Mohawk, brat E. V, Sullivan, T x Hill", by derault; II. II. Knight, I'hlla ii pMj C C, beat II. liuknr, Hhode Island, ; a a 1 Hut nail Fourom D. C. Corkran. II ". and C. II Ilutton. liuntlnrdon V ify ",, A G. Mellwalne Sd. Hartford, , ' v i, r, iu. .icuiii. ii v.. ii, uaruiicr. COOK CARPET TRADE'S BEST. Drfenta Itli'liniiinil In Final Round at Ari-iila by - to 1. Hackenkack, x, j juiy so. Horace T Couk uf Trtnton won the champion H ip of the Carpet Trad Golf Associa tion w-day on the links of the Areola Country Club. His opponent In the S'al round this afternoon was H. B. l!i ':mond, a former holder of the title, nd Cook won by 2 up .and 1 to play, cp to tho ninth hole the match was all eiuare, but thwe Cook drove the green rr., holed his putt for a 2, turning for r m l up, He held his advantage on to inward Journey and the match ended cn tho seventeenth green. In tho seml-tlnal round this morning ro k eliminated Gerome A. Paul, the nd.nc champion, by S up and 4 to I: 'i:lo Hlchmond was beating E. K. C u. kuliank by 4 up and 3 to play. A fonreumo handicap played this s'ternoi n was won by V. a. Beuttell ail (Ji'pmo A. Paul with a score of 1 M W. II. Foster and J. W. r 'titersld were second with 95 0, 95, H i'l mpton and It. O. Schell, 103 6c. were third. TEAVIRS IN FOUR BALL MATCH Klrkhy mid firnliam Will Oppose (li'HiipIini nml Taft To-day. T - ri-npstructed course of the North Jcr . i 'oimtry Club near Paterson Is tn t j.r.nt-il this afternoon, and an at 'r ' 1 programme has been arranged " ah In honor of the event. The r ' 'i itant part of tho day's doings ' ""at; flng point of view will be a "' "I match In which Jerome D. Tr vp.., and Roger H. Taft, tho club ' ' will play Oswald Klrkby and A ' .'1 Graham, the golfer who '' k i murli fame to North Jersey " ' ' wis nt his beat a decade ago. N Md n I,., are Included In the tract i w i' htt opened to-day and the j c t 'f th reconstructed course will 1 " yards. The afternoon's pro c i uf reromonles Is a long one t .1 roue with a dinner and dance at 'hi. r'uhhouse In the evening. NEW GOLF CLUB PLANNED. Cniira.. will m- Constructed Near Xrlnnket, I I, Ites ,!0n(8 t ttie ortn Rhore of LonB d. in the vicinity of Hetauket, have " "d the Nassckoarpie Land Company, " n will purchase 350 acres of land a " ' "it of Hlony Brook, where a golf i?',"' nM "ountry club will be estab 1 Work on an eighteen hole course "-Kln as soon as title Is passed, and J expected that tho clubhouse will '' fidy to be opened early In 191T. eiix Kmmott, who laid out the CUr " 'Hy links and other well known f res, will be In charge, vuong thoto Interested In the plan '"'e club and golf course are ex ' ' ng'i.asmnn I.nthrop Hrown, Jimej ?' cn l.ane, Devereux Emmett, Wlll v Minott, Lawrenco K.' nuller, C. J'Mdo Kmmett, Kversley Chllds, "71 "-I A, Miller, Harry I Kenyon, R. i-urnalde l'otttr und Alonw I'otter. e " i w. ir itnuinr, w ( uni uv ii l ty. ' v J. Tral and John M. Ward. 1 ''h O.iri n City. C K. I.eakr, Garden i ty and H. II, Leak. Albany, li: H. L,. 1 nvartii Iullai, and t. C. Hobertion, llal-t.rol, N A LA'S TRIUMPH REVIVES MEMORY OF OTHER DA YS J. W. Harriman's Old Favorite Captures First Prize for E. B. McLean at Monmouth County Horse Show Great English Pair Impresses. I'ONO Branch, N J., July 30. The Horse Know programme this nftcrnoon was a varied and Interesting one. Four-in-hands, tandems, women riding hunt era over tho Jumps and the reannear. anco of that famous old show ring horse ito among tho features. Naa, which was owned formerly by J. W, liar, rlman and now In the stable of Hdward B. MoLmh of Washington, was unbeata. bio .when In his prime, but recently he has had trouble with his legs and some predicted that ho would not be seen In the ring again. To-day he was shown In two classes, one for harness horses, in wmcn no was placed ecootul to A ,w. Atkinson's Supremo Polonlus, and In th clasa for the best horso suitable J for a gig, which he won. It was In such classes as the latter that ho always did his best, and he seemed to know Just what was wanted of him to-day. lie looked well and showed his old tlmo dash and style. There were six ex hibited In the gig class and Woodland's CounteKS, owned by l- M, Warburg, j received the reserve ribbon. Tlsslngton Amity and Belle Mel-. bourne, a pair of buy mares owned by Charles Ii Coxo of Malvern, Pa., seortfd , two victories, one In a class for pairs , of ponies not exceeding 14.2 hands, the other when harnessed tandem. It wan the, rtrit time that New Yorkers had a chance , to see this pair, ami good noraemen wsre Impressed very favorably with their looks and action. They aro hackney bred, and last year wore Judged to be the beat pair of their size In linglar.d, winning a championship nt the Interna tlonal Horse Show In London. They were purchased by Mr. Coxe for a largo sum nnd were nhown 'here first at Devon, 1 where they won. They stand 13.J hand. I Two four-ln-hands were shown by K. M. Warburg, sending his Woodland's ' team of hackneys -Kmperor. Hmpres. Countess and Marquis Into the ring driven by Walter Kelly. Kelly feemtxl to think that he was driving a marathon 'Instead of showing a park team, which should go about six miles an hour. Jack Donnelly handled a team of buys owned 'by Kmll Seellg. This was a team of 'young horses which will Improve. The Warburg team won the blue ribbon. Woodland' Kmprefs and Tlsslngton i Amity declined the contest In the class for harness horses, ladles to drive, and 1 left only three to compete. Duke, owned I by Howard S. Borden, a very good look ing bay, driven by Belle Beach, won the hlur. Miss A. 8. Colgate'. Bobble, driven by Miss Kdlth Webb, took second prize, land Flashlight, owned by Kmll Seellg and driven by Mrs. Walter Hanlcy, was third. In the class for saddle horses exceed ing 13.2 hands. lUdlant, ridden by Hugh Willoughbv, waH again a winner. tJos. sip. ownnt by John A. Hartford, was1 second and Maximum, which won a championship at the Brooklyn Horse Show, was placed third. The class wnsi a remarkably good one and the competi tion was keen. James Cox Brady scored a win with I a pony named Pohogonut Olri. Thlsj mare originally was known as Amanda land won at the Garden show two years' ago. Sho has been added recently to tho! I Brady stable. There were thirteen entries In the class I for ladles' hunters rldJen by lniHcs. nndj the Jumping was very tine, MIms Mabel I Thompson, Miss Hence H. Wasiermann and Mrs. Von Klein were among those' who rode. Miss Mabel Thompson looK Willow King, owned by tho Glen Hlddlo DINNERS AND DANCE MARK END OF MONMOUTH SHOW Lo.vo Dbanch, N. J., July 30. The largest crowd of the week ashembled In Hollywood Fark this afternoon, and before 4 o'clock tho lawn was dotted with handsomely dressed women, who seemed tto prefer that section to the boxes of the grand stand. It was rather Interesting to note the changes In cos tumes that prevail to-day at such gath erings. In place of the elegant laces and other flimsy materials that used to be so much favored the sporting Idea Is now carried out and the majority of women and girls wore linen skirts with sweaters of gay colors, and save for difference shades of the upper gar ment there was rather a sameness. In the groups that gathered at the rail and on the rail and on the lawn there was sufficient variety In color to mako a spirited and ever moving pic ture. In the box with J. J. O'Donohue, Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. J, J. O'Donohue, Sd, the Misses Ethel and Uladys O'Dono hue, Miss Marguerite Itadley and Lieut. Edw. McQulrc, U.S.A., Mr. and Mrs. Charles 13. Halsey, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Har rows and Mr. and Mrs. J. Horace Hard ing came from Ilumson. Mr. and Mrs. James Cox Brady were again In evidence with the same guests ns at the previous days. In a party from Monmouth Heach were Dr. and Mrs. C. Colgate Moore. Mr, and Mrs. St. John Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Fercy Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Hal 0. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sellgman's guests Included Mr, and Mrs. Henri Werthelm Van Heukelom and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lewlsohn, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Lee Morrell motored from Spring Lake, nnd among others noticed were Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wit tenberg, Mr. and Mrs. John J. O'Pono hue. O, Jason Waters, Alfred n. MacLay, I Richard H. Hughes, Charles Eldrlge, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Henjnmln, Mr. and Mrs. I Ernest Stern. Do Witt Speyer. Mr. and Mrs. it. A. uairympie i-ercivni, ur, ana Mrs. J. F. M. Kgan, Tl. M. Haan. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Casey, Mrs. Frank Dono van, Mies Function 'Faddock, Harry r-addock, Thomas O. Fatton, Mrs. Charles J. Wlllenburg, Edward King, Udo Flelschmaun, Miss Jennnette Ahrens, Mrs. Louis Tollerman, Judge Leo C. Dessar, Miss Amy Dessar, Mrs. Harris Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mueller, Miss Maxlne Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewlsohn, Mrs. Leo fichlrs Inger, Mr. and Mrs. tlus Lembeok, James Kmllh 3d, Mr, and Mrs. Tetcr Hauck. Jr., Mrs. Walter Itedelshelm, Mlsi aisdys Itltterband, Mrs. George M. Pullman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Btrauss, Mrs. It. W, Hawkcsworth, Mlsi Hawkesworth, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Quentln and J. Darens Waters. Many gathered this ovenlng at the West End Bhore Club, where numerous dinners were given. The largest was that i( Harry Content, who lu president of thn horse show. His guests, num bering seventy, Included men who have been acting as Judges at the show, and there wero also among them officers of the Moruuouth County Hon Show Farms, over the course twice without a touch and wbn first prlie. The second prize went to Mrs. Frederick Lewlsohn's Klmhurst, and Foxy Foot, a Hamilton Stable entry, ridden by4 Mrs. Von Klein, was third. The second Jumping event was for hunters up to carrying 165 pounds to hounds. Hock Crest, owned by Miss Vim Cornell, won and. Willow King in this event had to be content with second prlie, thus breaking the run of good luck tho Glen lllddle Farms have hail ax this show, Al Davis, riding Blocker, was thrown at the In and out, but was not hurt. In the pony race, which was won by Dash. David Blspham, riding Fob, owned by tho Valley Farm Mtables, was thrown at the first turn. Ho received a bad shaking, but soon whs all right again. The summaries: ('lata 39 Saddle horaei exceeding 1S.2 hande, Klnt prlie won by Hadlanl, til. K t yeara, W. II. Hho.tea; Ootilp, b. m I rar. John A. Hartford, erulid, Maxi mum, ch. g , i yearn, Harry IJalfe, third, I.j it l'oft, ch, in., ii.ii, T Aahlty fcp.rkf. highly romtuended. Claan ii d'onlra under saddle. Hllver eup donated by Myron II. Opptnhtlm won by 1'ohoKOnut tllrl, gh. in., yrara, Hamil ton Farm. Sllvf rhiela, ch. in., years. J. V. llrndirron, Jr iccoridi Kab)ko, ch, in., 3 yeara, I'onallnii Farm, third; Alonl. ch, m., 6 yeara, i'uwtllon Farm, highly commended. l',a.i f,S Polo ponlf. heavy weight. Firm prlie won by merlins, sr. J year., Mle vlra Cornell, Kitty, br. m 7 year-, Frederkk l.ewliohn, ee.'oiid: Kroety, ar. ft.. S yeare. Sidney i:rlanger, third, Amerlcui. tr ii , 7 Scare, Joseph K. Meyer, hlfhly COTnmended. Clan Ii Harness horses, ladles tn drive. First prlia donated by Pater Hauck. Jr., won by Uuke. br, k, 7 ears, Howard P. Ilorden. Woodland's Kmpress, blk m years, F. M Warburg, second; Flashlight, ch t . sears. Umll Seellg, third. Class ! Kour tn hands. First prlia won by Woodland's Emperor, Woodland's Kmpriss, Woodland's Countess and Wood land's .Maniuls. F. M. Warburg; Umll Peellg's team of bays, second. Class I Harness horses. 15 to IS 3 hnnds. First prlie donated by Pamuel M, Hchaefer W on by Supreme Polonlus, ch. e i years, A W, Atkinson! Wala, t' g, aged, Udward 11. Mc!,ean. aucond; Surprise, b, g , years, Kmll Seellg. third. Woodland' Kmperor, blk. g., H )ars, K, M. Warburg, highly commended. Class II Dig horses, challenge cup, donaled by tin Fatten l.lne, value. tSOO; to be won three times Won by Wala, b. g.. aged, Fdward II. McLean; Woodland's Countess, blk. in. 7 years, reserve. Class 21- -Tandems, not exceeding lS.t hands. First prlie donated by Iteglnald C. Vanderbtlt Won by Tlsslngton Amity, ti. in, )tare. and llelle Maibourne, b. m, 7 ers, Wllllsbrook Farm; Meteor, ch. k., t years, and Maud Muller. ch, in., I years, A. W. Atkinson, second. Class i'j Pairs of ponies In harness. First price won by Delia Melbourne, b. m.. 7 years, and Tlsslngton Amity, b, m t years, WIKIebrook Farm. Hequel, rn. m., 7 years, and Sequence, rn, m., years, Hamilton Firm, second; The Uuaker Ulrl. b m.. aged, and milium Flash, b. ni., 4 years, Ftrnbrook Farm, third. Class JO Pony In harness. First rrlie won by Shlntleld Antelope, b. m b years, Wllllsbrook Farm; Mel Valley Cinder, br. g. 8 ears. Thomas I,. Watt, second; Humming Illrd, b. m., 10 years. Miss l.aura Harding, third; Grasshopper, h, g 7 years. Miss Audrey Lewlsohn, highly commended CJaea 40 Ladles' qualined hunters; ladles tn ride. First prlie donated by Feilx M. Warburg Won by Willow King, b. .. years, (lien lllddle Farms: Kim hurst, ch. g., s years. Mrs. Frederick Lewlsohn. second; Foiy Foot, eh. g. 13 years. Hamlllon Farm, third; Flung Ma chine, ch, m., ageJ, I. A. Clark, highly commended. Class 47 Hunters up tn carrying il pounds. First prlie won by Hock Crest, ch. g 9 years, Miss Vlra Cornell, Willow King b g S car. I!n Kiddle Farms, second. Charley b a.fi eare, Hamilton Firm, third, Foiy Foot, ch, g 12 years. Hamilton Farm, hlgh'y commended, Class M Half mile race for galloways, LeMleohn purse of 1100 won by Dash, h. K. Terence and Stewart Preece, l'oodle Hue. b m. I iear William Zlecler. Jr. second Mot'.v i,il.,,n ch. m.. aged, Mrs, Karl Whlllendale. third. Association and some exhibitors. They wero seated at a table made In the shape of a hoisi-shoe placed on the f-outh side of the clubhouse ver.uula. The ilecor.itlona wore green and white, the horse show colors, and during din ner the Ilupslau Halalalka Orchestra played, and there were some professional singers. Among Mr. Content's guests were Jo seph J. O'Donohue. F. J. Casey, Alfred H. MacLny, tlenrgn Ehret, Jr., John J, O'Donohue, 1'. J. Schuyler Casey, Udo M. Fli'lsohmann. S. II. Ouggenhelm, Alfred Nathan, Frank II. Hurd, Thomas J. Regan, Harry L. Joyce, Jnmes J. Fox, Paul llloclr, Carl H. Hurr. Jr., Charles A. llauiloulue, II, K: Hloodgood, John Men. iiowmnn, (leorgc B. Hulme, Stuart Hollls, Dr. E. Lester Holmes, Frederick Lvwisohn, Frank T. Clark. Charles W. Smith. Judge Victor J. Dowl lug, A. M. Wlllenbcrg, ileorgo H. Hurd, Col, Hugh O'Donohue, Harold A. Con tent, William 11, Crelghton. Harry O'Donohue, L. A. Dnlrymple Perclval, F. I. '. Henderson, S.imunl D. Riddle, J. ti. Leiper and A. II. L. Stoddard. Hundreds of thoso who had been In attendance at the show went late to night to the Hollywood Hotel for the horse show ball, where there was u special feature In tho dancing of Carle and Belmont, who wuro In Paris a year. They gave In costume tho Texas Tommy dance and also "Valsii Exipilse," As the night was favorable, many sat at small tables placed on the lawn In front of tho hotel, , Tho principal feature to-morrow night will be the dance of the West End Shore Club, which will bring to an end the week's festivities. VETERAN REINSMAN DRIVES. Clip. Ilnvld Nliaav Handles Peter Mac In Mile In -il7 It-t. OositKN, N. V., July 30. The feature at to-day's matinee of the Intcr-Clty League of Amateur Driving Clubs was tho mllo trotted by Peter Mac lu 2 :07. Paced by a runner, driven by Charlea Tanner, Capt. David Shaw of Cloveland drove his horse u perfect mile. Capt. Shaw Is 82 years old. Ho In reported to havo refused 135,000 for his horse before he left Cleveland, The sum mitries : Sill troti Bed illt, b, m. (John 11, Town- send) 1 3 1 Iirlthtsome, br, a. tn. II Tlpllng)..: l i Uxlto. br. g. (Ilohart (loelet) I i 1 Aniasls, llk. t. (A. II, F. Heeser). .4 3 4 Tlmea JllSU, :;17, 2H7t. ; : 1 5 pace cup! Hllver Oentry, ro. g, (W. A. Harrl- man) 1 1 Wheeler Uentry, ch, K. (John It. Town send) : Times IlHVi, HlHVi. Special pace, against time: Lady Lyndon, h. m by Direct Hal (a I. While), Hyraruae I Time 5107;, Special to beat 2 : Oil, trotting! Peter Mac, b. h., by Pater the Great (Capt, David Hhaw). Cleveland 1 Time 3:0714. 7iS0 troti Marjory I'atchen, h. m, (P. Lorlllard Jr.) , t 1 May Hay, h. . (W, A. Ilarrlman) , , . .3 Commodore Boy, b. h. (A. II. F, Beeper) , 3 f Brllhtsome, br, h. (O. H. Tlpllng) 4 4 Times 2:31, ::S0u Show Horse Victorious WILLIAMS WAKES IN TIME; SAVES MATCH Pell mid Hncjtctt Take First Two Sets, but Fade When Champion Starts. WRIGHT AND JOHNSON WIN Boston, July 30 After occasioning no small amount of worry to their loyal supportcrt It. Norris Williams 2d. and Watson M. Washburn suddenly shook themselves up in their doublet match against Harold H. Hackett and T. R. Pell and emerged winners In five sets at 86. 3 , 62, 63, 63. Williams had been wofully weak and his supporters wero wondering Just when he would start his spurt. (Suddenly the reversal came. Ills forehand drive and volley ing from the beginning of the third set until the1 end of the match were wonder ful to look on. He speeded up his ser vice and time after time he shot deadly cross court drives from out of position In a manner which drew continued ap plause from the gallery. In the other semi-final match Irving C. Wright and Wallace F. Johnson won sbout as they pleased from O. Colket Caner and H. It. Dundy In straight sets. 61. 60, 63. To-morrow afternoon the two victo rious pairs meet tn the final match, the winner of It to go to Chlcngo to play In the elimination mntches for the right to challenge MoLoughtln and Bundy In the national title event later In the sum mer. Washburn to-day was anything bu what he had been In his earlier Tnatchei and was far from being the dependable member d.' the team. Williams opened the first set with a terrlllc snd well plnred service which proved tefrorless to Hackett and Pell. They droe Will lams's delivery for clean aces and won the opening game handily. Williams and Washburn forced the play, but fin generalahlp by Hnckrtt and Pell com bined with the hitter's splendid back hand strokes was too much for the younger combination. In the first set Hackett and Fell scored 39 points to 22 for Williams and Washburn. The volleying In the second set was rapid and beautifully executed. At the net Pell was like a lightning flash and In many thrilling exchanges ther proved himself a capable doublea player. In the third set Williams made some splendid passes and cross court shots which got the gallery. It appeared as though he had then, for the first time, found his game nnd the set soon stood t 1 In his favor. The battle was thrilling at that point and deuce was called sevetxl times before Washburn finally netted and a beautiful drive by Hackett made the set stand 2. 1V1I lost his own service and Williams won his, thus getting the set, 6 I, In the next two sets the play was ITetty much the same ns In the third, for the offence of Hackett and Pelt seemed to weaken and their defence cracked with It. Williams hart played from early In the match under a handi cap, for the bow of his glasses broke and he was forced to adjust them with a piece of string which caused them to flop about continually. The summaries: Eastern Iioubles Championship. Fourth Hound 11 II. Hackett and T. n. Tell. Ne York, defeated Crslx tsllJU. Phila delphia, and II c Johnson, riosion. , i :. i . : . s rt. n winiams :d. liosten, and w m tasnnurn, Nssr era. tefesie.l N. W Nlles snd rj p dirdner. Jr.. Itnston. I. f S. I e. ( . I; I C Wrlcht. Huston, and W V Johnson. Philadelphia, defeated It, A. Ilolden. Jr.. and II T Rmerssn, Cincinnati. I S. 5 T. 61 O. C. Caner. Philadelphia, and H. H. nundy. IPsiton. won from C T. Porter and C II. Collesler, Boston, by default, Semi-finals Williams and Washhurn defeated Hackett and Pell. 2 . 3 K. :. c I, (J; Wrlshl and Johnson defeated Caner and Bundy. s ;, 60, a , ALUS BEATS JOHN HELD, JR. Former Jfrar Yorker Pln Par (iolf, but It Isn't (inod Knnuicb. Milwaukee, July 30. E. P. Allls 3d. the Intercollegiate and Wisconsin golf champion, played a remarkable round to-day In the semi-finals of the Wis consin State championship tourney at the Blue Mound Country Club. Allls had ns an opponent John Reld. Jr., a new comer to Wisconsin golf, but one of the best known golfers of the East and a vice-president of the United States Uolf Association. Although Allls won by 4. up and 8 to play he had to play tecord breaking golf to do It. It was a thirty-six hole match, and Reld played the double round In an average of even Fa. In the morning that kind of golf was good enough to gain a lead of three holes on Allls, but there was a different story to tell In the afternoon. Playing with almost un- l canny accuracy, tho short and stocky .Milwaukee golfer made a score of 61, I Just five strokes under par. It was too good for Held, and the former metro politan golfer soun was out of the running. In the other semi-final mntch R. P. Cavanagh, who has held the Wisconsin title three times, also played excellent golf, In the forenoon he made u 67, equaling the course record, and con tinued his good golf In the afternoon, beating his opponent, T. C. McLaughlin, by in up and 9 to play. Allls and Cavanagh will meet to morrow In the thlrty-slx hole final. THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. PllIi.APEi.rnfA, July 30. The secur ities market her was quiet, with prices mostly unchanged to a shade lower. Trading In Cramp A Sons was the fea ture, the stock closing with a gain of two points. The summary: Open. High- Law. Clos Salsa. Inir, est eat, Ins. 55 Allls Chalmers .. 304 3: aov, J2 IIS Baldwin Loco,... H s:, m IS llaldwln Loco pf PHH Hm-j 1044 104 vi tmo Itui oue 'f..,. On jq f row uam nice! ex uiv. dis M't t Bt 100 cam niaei caan,- ozh SO Elec Storaie fi'i 100 Gen Asphalt 3lt! 10 Inspiration Cop... 32U POf, Lake Superior..., 10i lis Lettish Nav cash U'i H Leh Nav ex dlv,, 71 M L V Transit pf,.., 30 210 retina R R 5(U tt l'etma Hall Mfg. M'i 2I I'ciuia Steel pf.,, 13 SO Phlla Co 34 S Phils Co cum pV, 40 S Phlla Kleolrlc... 234 ino Phlla It T stock.. TH R T Stock.. TSi - 7i 7ti R T ctla... a 8 71 7'4 teel Sprinci. s.'.'s .f,u iyl 5tI nr..... 73ti 74V 7ltJ 74? ah nelmont 3H 3 11.16 34 3 11. lj jpj I'nua n 10 Ry Steel ItD iteauinr SOS TonoDah 1W Tonopah Mining., b SI-14 SU S 5.11 14 union Traction. .. 32 sz 32 3t lis united uaa ira United Oaa Imp., Mt4 uu, m 1 United Cos N J.,.tZ2i Z1 2231 . 11 H Sleel C7T 67 H Mi 4 S'jba 11 n oieei.. uiu 10 tl S Steel pf ex d.UOk 1104 (, Warwick Ik S... t nu 7IS W Cramn It Son: 70 72 ltn sa W Westlllfhous El. 5.' 9-14 1,5 9.14 il M BONDS. M Am n 4 E Is BOO City 4a 'a rg lot V too City 4 '43 reg IM'I Sumo Pa n R gen 4Vis,. S7U 4000 Reading gn 4a,... M 1009 Un Ry Inr Ss isu tr.u 1014! 101C 101'a 101'i 7I 971, 1144 3i H U'i CZU 62U H t:3 tiu si'J aitj jfi :' 32s 1214 10s 10 10 iii 74 74 73 73 7J 30 SOU StV B4H S4lt 4 V III, .1 13 6 3 3 II 40 4o 40 3t tih :iu MILLROSETEAMON LAST LAP OF JAUNT After Good Workout Swim In Salt Lnkc Stars Hcnd for San Francisco. SCENF.RY ACTS AS TONIC By MKI.VIN W. R1U2FIM1TO. Coach of Mlllrose A. A. Halt Lakh Citt, Utah, July 80. The last lap of our trip to the coast begins to-night when we board a train that wilt take us straight through to Han Fran cisco. We will reach our destination, the scene of th coming National A. A. U. chamirtonshlps, on Sunday morning. Railroad trarsl and sleeping In Pull man cars seem to agree with all the Mlllrose A. A. men. The wonderful scen ery has acted as a tonic for everybody's good spirits. We arrived here this morning and had a turn of training nt the Utah University field this afternoon. It Is at an eleva tion of 5,000 feet above sea level. Willie Kyronen, Charley Pores and Nick (liana kopulos attracted the chief attention of the large crowd of spectators. Interest In athletics I Just as keen here us we found It back In Omaha. The trio of distance men ran like a machine for three miles, going nt a rather stiff clip for a workout. Joe Hlgglns, without any pace, hit up a hot clip for 600 yards, fin ishing at full tilt. Ho looked good to day for a creditable perfonnancu at either quarter or half mile. Big Pt Cahlll Is becoming more and more con sistent with the weights. He did a lot of hard work with each of them and made a number of fine throws. After the drill we all plunged In for our first dip In Ureat Halt Lake. It has a marvellous recuperating effect, and after we got through we nil felt as fresh as If we hadn't done a lick of work. There will be no more exercise for the boys now until we get to H.tn Francisco excepting such light calisthenics as they may find possible on the cars. PHILADELPHIA VETERANS PLAY fc'nnr Cornered Tie Hesnlta In An nual (iolf Tourney. Piiii.aiii:d-ii!a, July 30. The veteran golfers had their day at the Merlon Cricket Club to-day. when the fourth annual ancient and honorable tourna ment of the Oolf Association of Phila delphia was played. The question of supremncy remains unsettled, for Har rison Townsend, Arnnlmlnk, Oeorge W. Stntiell, Arnnlmlnk; Emmett O'Neill nnd Herman Wendell, the St. David's Golf Club veteran, tied for three prizes. All four of them returned the low gross score of 90, hut Townsend and O'Neill, with handicaps of 14, tied for the two loa- net prlies, while Wendell and Btatiell must ptay off for the gold medal thnt goes to the winner of low grors. iiilillrt Altrrnnnrp Ititrr Choice. Alfred (loultet Is fnvorlte over the field of professionals In an nlteniance cycle sprint, which will be run at the Kheepshcad Hay Velodrome to-night Francisco Verrl, Horry Kaiser and Freddie Hill are his opponents. The race will be run In three one mile heats, points to be scored In each heat. The motor paced feature will bo u one hour contest between Clearnece Carman, Oeorge Wiley, Georges Heres and Victor Llnnrt, the winner of th last fifty mile grind. RAILROAD EARNINGS. ATCHISON'. The Atchison. Topeka nnd Santa Fe Hallo ay reports for June: 1VIS. Chanr's dross revenue.. .Jl.7l Inc. IhsO.421 Oper. expenses.. .tU.VIl Inc. :W.23S Net revenue.. M.4I7.IS1 Inc. Il4 1 Oper. Income... I2.9S0, 274 Inc. ll7S,7lil T!e Months: dross revenue. .117,IIS,SI7 Inc. I4.S5S.II7 Oper. expenses.. 7D.091.SII lnc 2,622. 220 Net revenue.. tlt.S7l.013 Inc. S.tH3..7 Oper. Iniome. . UC.uSI.40O lnc 13,914,343 CHICAdO AND NORTHWlISTKItN, The Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company reports for June: 191S. Changes Oper. revenue , , I0J, 610 Dec IS',t 7)4 Other receipts . 411,117 Dec, (,6.012 Total receipts. 17,2(7,717 Dee. t7,: Total charges., 3,7(5.270 Dec. 979, 37S Net Income. 11,412,417 lnc, 1341,317 Twelve months: Oper. revenue.. II0.77M7H Dec.ll,779,4S9 Other receipts.. 2,749, 999 Dec. 410,33 Total receipts. 113,574, 475 Dee I4.220.17 Total charges.. I71.I49.479 Dec.3.J2l,9l3 Net Income... tll.709,994 Dec. 1395.(74 OJIAHA. The Chicago, 81 Taul, Minneapolis and Omaha Hallway Company reports (or June: I9IS. Chanree. Oper. revenues.. 11,413,451 Dec. 157, SC All oth. receipts 41,(91 Dec. 447 Total receipts tl.4S.lS4 Dec. S,01 Total charges,.. 1.27S.40I Dee. 52, SOS Net Income. IU9.J4S Dec. 15.511 Twelve months: Oper. revenues 117,441,341 Dec, 13(4.733 All oth. receipts 333,495 Dec. 4,329 Total receipts. ilt,19,l42 Dec. 1373,045 Total charges.. 115.977. 7S7 Dec. 1570,534 Net Income... I2.219.0S4 Inc. 197,4'.9 nnssuMKH and i.aki: krik The llessemer and Lake Krle Railroad reporta to the Interstate Commerce Com mission for June: 1916. Chances Total oper rev. II, 220,089 Inc. ivj,l9 Net oper rev.. . 735,017 lnc, 195. K2 Oper. Income 714,227 Inc. 197,072 Twelve months: Total oper. rev . l,r,es.S(l Inc. 1144.649 Net oper. rev., , . 3,804. C Inc. 1,221,123 Oper Income... 3,(90,749 Inc. 1.341.4(9 MINNEAPOLIS AND HT LOt'lS The Minneapolis ami Ht. Louis Railroad Company reports for June: IMS. Chances Gross earnings.. 1415,(21 lnc, lit, 7 1 8 Op. exp. taxes 404,420 Dec, 44,397 Net earnings. . i:50,k03 Ino. 173,113 Total Income... (217,1:4 Inc. 159.171 Twelve months: dross earnings., 110,111,975 Inc. 1491,799 Op. eip. & taxes 7,341,774 Inc. 33,131 Net earnings. , 13,743,197 Inc. ItSft.US Total Income... 11,1:6,254 Inc. 1374,117 Live Stock Market. FRIDAY, July 30 Receipts of heevea were 1,492 head. In cluding 17 enrs for the market tiood to choice steers wre In fair demand ami steady, the under grades slow, hulls held up to full steady prices; rommon to fair cows stow and weak; choice fnt rows Arm. The yards were cleared, (ioo.l to choice steers sold at 11.100 1!0 per 100 lhai fancy dry fed at 110.45 (the highest figures for a straight carload paid this season); bulla at IS. 00r 17,50; cos nt 13 25i 17 30; 1 extra vow ut 17.73, tallends at 13 00 Dressed beef In fair demand at UMIIS'c, for city dressed native sides, Receipts of calvea were 84 head. In. eluding 44S for the market. On oon llnued light receipts, prices vers fur ther advanced 251140c. for veals, with other calves Arm Common to choice veals sold at 110.004 111. 50 per 100 Ins ; culls at 17,001 19,00, grasssrs at 16.00 JI 14.50, City dressed veals firm at ISlr 19 S o. per lb.; country dressed at i:i 14c. Receipts of sheep and lambs were (,(7) head. Including 12 cara for the market. Demand was fair for both sheen and lambs and the pens ware cleared, Com mon to prima sheep (ewes) sold at lt.OOTf$(.00 per 100 Ilia.; culls, at I3.S0; fairly good to choice lambs at M.KOfr 19 SO, Dressed mutton steady at lUllr. ;.er lb.; dressed lambs In fairly good dtm.-i.nil at 110le ; nag dressed at UUr, Receipts of hogs were 1,114 htad, In cluding a car for the market Trices I0tI0c, lower at I7.70irl.:3 par ll lbs.; roughs sold at M.iDOM SO, NEWS OF AMALGAMATED EPS ITS TICKER CAREER Famous Stock Dropped From Jiist nnd Annconda Takes Its Place. LAST SALE MADE AT 711 Amalgamated Copper, known wherever stock tickers curry their quotations as "C" on the tape, disappeared from the market yesterday, llrforo trading opened yesterday the Stock Exchange sent out the notice oer Hie tickers that tho stock of the company had been dropped from the list and also from the Stock Exchange clearing houxn. Anaconda Copper, Into whose shares all the Amalgamated Copper stock Is to he exchanged, was given n new trading place on the Stock Exchange Moor al post 12. This was the public end of Amalga mated Copper stock. To-day nt imon the stock books of the company will finally close. Tho distribution of Ana conda stock In exchange for Amalga mated will begin on August 30. Amalga mated Copper, so far as the speculative public Is concerned. Is dead, though It will live technically until tho last share Is presented for exchange Into Ana conda slock, which may be years hence. Amalgamated hns been the medium for big speculation whenever copper metal has given promise of a speculation one way or another. The public turned to Amalgamated to express Its Ideas on copper. It was to tho followers of the copper market what United States Steel is to followers of the slenl market. Much more than this, however, Amal gamated, like Steel, has been tho popular medium to which a big part of the pub lic always turned to exprci-s Its senti ment on great public exents or trends of business. Amalgamated has seen some furious speculation. The forma tion of the company In 1.S99 was one of th first big attempts lij corporation building on a large scale with the ob ject In view of controlling a market, with the late H. H. Rogers In the lead. The stock was Issued at par. dropped to SS, and In loot rose to 130. the high point in Its history. The stock sold at the low of 33S, In 1901. The last (pio tatlon was on Thursday nt 75. THE BALTIMORE MARKET. IU1.TIU0RK, July 30. Northern Cen tral, Fidelity and Deposit nnd Commer cial Credit common were slightly low er. The summary: , . Open Iltsh- Low- Clos- ales Inir est. est. Inj. Canton Co . IK jj.; ur. jjn ion Commercial Credit 37 37 37 .17 :" Com Credit pf 27 V. 27 ;'7 .'1 Fidelity & Dcp .124 13l'i 134 13l'i loo Northern Central 2S 1 2S : III j Fidelity .192 192 lw 192 llONDS, 13100 p.alt Tr.vtlon Ss. 102'j F2', lOluj 10214 ? Carolina Cent 4s .-, 1 w, V, 3CHChar V Car 5s,. 101 101 101 101 J" Cht Rrs 1st s. M's t: M'. ins) runs fia, (i,, ,. -jji, sji, !.ji4 t.ji, ?) Fairmont Coal Ss K. K. ! 11OO0 Mt V.W Cot I) Ss 37 3' 37 31 lHO Cn R A Kl 1st 4 so mi to M 2-aM Un R ii 1 lnc 4s K ll li DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT. WASHINGTON July 30 -The statement of the receipts and disbursements of the Treat, ury shows: Thnrsdav This mo Fiseal r Receipts IJ.MaKti .t;sn7" 133 7r. e;s Disbursements .,01: 41? 7.C T;'..72.7o4 surplus . . 1)7 I St IH.itlOJl I13.50I.C9I Deficit Reielpts from customs vcsienlav. IM4.37I: Internal revenue, ordinary II t corpora tion tax. 1S.).'2' ml-eillanious 1 1TT.S0" Na tions! hank notes received for redemption. 12 1'3 .19 "The i-ash statement of the Fulled Stales Treasurer lor Julv shows: CKNKIIAL Kl'ND Gold coin I72.722.1S4 Gold irrtltlcatee 3I.47 ,frt Silver dollars Sllvrr crrlltlcites .4H,4t Fntted Ctsies notes Certined ihecks on banks I??-:': Nallonal bmk notes .. . 3. .021.911 Subsidiary silver, minor tolti and silver bullion Cash In Tre.Tiiri- . . W.;";. In inllonal hanks t..0.Slt Available ah 111 Trcsaury and hanks r's.4.3, .al Deduct nirrent llabilltle" sa.ii.i3 2J' Net balance, in jeneral fund u...',5..i RKSKRVE FCND Gold coin and bullion IIS:S1.1C1 TItl'ST Fl'ND To redeem outataiidmr cartincates ll.SC : o Grand total cash assets In Treasury :.0V..Ol,5S. DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET. DFTTHR Trading was unsatisfactory yesterday, Receipts were heavy, consider fng the hot weather There were n lew isles under the call, hlsher scoring extras rolns to 27c The general t. ne of (he market yesterday was tinner than on Thursday. Aslda from he weakness of th process market the closing in good "ondltlon Prices: Creamery, estras 93 score, :fc ; hlcher 'connir fl J.e. . nrsts. Is to 91 score, 241i2-'sC. Mate, dairy tubs, finest, 25tc . s-n;.d to prime. 2S,l7 25c. common tn fair. 20i.3e. renovated, ulras sst ,f S4i- rlr's. 2j"li' 23c. lower grades. Mi2l.-: Imitation creamery, nrsts. 2211.'!',. : ladle', current make, ftrsts :0t,'.i;ic seconds. "H- lower grades. Iil9c. pa-king stock. June moke. fine. 20c; No. 2, 19-.; lower srndes. UlU'iC , , CHIJKcK The small advaance of the day before was maintained yesterday tor the Mull grade stock nnd there was a satisfactory movement for medium grades. Trading wa llsht and ioiierv.itlve and the lower snides showed a better clean up than on nny other dnv during the week Market closed steady. Prices: mala, whole milk, fresh twins, white ami colored, special. 13 , i 14 i.e. . overage fancy, IS'itlUSe, Wtatp. skims special, tin 11 Sc. eMme. fresh, choice, 10 10Sc; fair to good. 7S1I9SC IKltlrt .Market continued overstocked with medium crudes of egss, and recilpts wire aheid of last week Clock continued to go Into the i-iiolers, without any specu lathe demind for Ihe early stored goods. Fancy eggs were scarco and there was no chauae In uuotatlona )etcrdny except for mixed colors In nearbv hennery slnik. whlcli was lower Market closed a trifle weak Prices: Fresh gathered, fvtrae. "Z'n 25c. extras, nrsts, 2Kii22Sc, flrsts, in.o 20c; seconds. lifjllr.; No 1. dlrifes, ltitSilsr- hennery whites, fine to fancy, ;h-il29c , hennery, browns, 2t;24r, mlx.d colors. Iin22',c LIVi: I'DCt.TltV Fowls were off 1c. yesterday and nil live stock aurfered from the intense heat llrnllers also druppd lc . villh little ihange In other lines Hut f w turke)s wero to be had, but the receipts wire ample for the demand The drop ti fowls was a surprise tn most of the re ci Iters, hut huers would tiot tnk, on enough stock to clean up and salts were forced Prices: Fowls, li'.c. broilers, 20'if S2c , ducks, Long Island, old, 14 ie ; spring, 14Sc.i Jerss), old, 14S : spring, lSc ; guineas, 50c., pigeons. 20r'.'5c, geese. Western, per lb, 12c ; geese, Southern, per lb, lie.; ducks, p'outhern, per lb 13c . Western. 14c. turkew, mix'. I. bens unci toms, I J f 12 c- roosters, pc lb. 11 So DIUlttHHD l'ot'LTltV -llecaiis of tho light supply of fresh killed Iced bowls yes terday denlera cleaned up fulrly well. Fowls from the Houtheru section were shaded a trifle and 'he real small stock was weak anil dull There were barely old roosters enough to fill tliu demand Hroll ers wero llrnier. without change In price. The few fresh killed turkeys were Irregu lar In iiuallty and value There were no changes In fronen poultry Prices: Fresh fowls. Western, boxed, CO lbs ami over. He; Western, scalded, large, ICS c : broil ers, 534129c: old roosters. l;rii4c.; souada, prime, white, 10 lbs. to dntrn, 13 50; 9 lbs, 13, V III- . 12.50. Turkejs, fresh hens and toms, 10c. , Frozen- Tur keys, dry picked, selected, 2le ; Western, 20c; Texas. 171j17Sc Ilrors. milk fed 14 to 24 lbs , 2! 'u 23c ; i urn fed, Is tn '! I lbs . 31c Chickens, 12 to hov, milk fed. 43 to 17 lbi. 21e 4 lbs and over, 21ti22c. corn fed, 43 In 47 lbs. l:)o; 4s. II. s, and over, 20c. Fowl". 13 tn box, 0 lbs. and over to doten. 17 He , 30 to 36 lbs.. 15c. .Old rooitem. IStflShc FINANCIAL THE GRAIN MARKET. AVIt- ('lose lUfilier llrnrs lle- tre-nt Olhrr (i rill 11 a I'll. Wheat traders were In n mood to consider Items of bearish import jester day. For a time they were successful In marking vnluen down, but a complete recovery set In before the session ended, Tho advance was ascribed to 1111 over sold condition of the market rather than to the cIToct of tho numerous messages telling of disaster to portions of the Hiring wheat crop from the rust nnd to tho winter wheat plans from the excrs- slso l.llllH. Every one agreed that (he heavy showera In the Western States wero In terfering with tho movement of the new crop nnd that some deterioration was taking place, but there was no dis position to becomo nlarmed. Ilrailstrrrta' export for the week arc rather small, even nfter allowance Is made for tho unreported shipments from Montreat. Tho showing was 2,6ti,000 bushels, against 7,337,000 a year ago For alt July, the exports have been approximately 15,000,000 against 30, 000,000 a year ago. Great Urltaln has forbidden the publication of export statistics from Canadian points. COHN The trade Ignored bullish crop reports from lown nnd Nebraska for a time and sold the market down with h weakness In wheat. A moderate rally followed, however. It being evident that the technical position had been strength ened by tho recent setbacks. Oats Thero was an upturn of mor than three cents a bushel In the Chicago July delivery. This belated short cov ering brought about a demand for the later months. Wot weather through the country will further delay the new crop movement and thero has been a lowering of the crop estimates, but a big yield remains according to reliable mlvlces. A little export business In new oats was reported yesterday. Frovlstons Fluctuations were less violent jesterdny and tho market ruled iiulte steady. Commission house de mand was Improved, many considering the list on an Investment basis. Hog rrcelpts were of moderate amount. Chicago prices: Open- Itinh Low. Clos. Prer. Wheat: Inc. est. est. Inr. close. September.... 104; UK 103'i 10S 103 December F) 10?H lOi',5 I07S 104's, Senlember.... 73's 7H, 71H 7l'i 73S Uoormber 3s tSS 43 63t, CSV, September.... 34 3S 7; 3li MJ. Doremtwr 34 3?, i. 34 3)4 ei"ember.... 13.62 13.73 13 M 13 65 13 63 (Molx-r U kO 13 57 13.70 13.40 13 M September.... .t0 1 17 1 07 4.10 1 07 OclolD-r 1.17 S.35 8.15 4.17 1.15 M'ba: September.... 47 9 SO 40 4S 4S October MS Mi 37 M0 M5 New York wheat prices were : Open- llltrlt- I.ow. Clos. Vrff. Inf. est. est. Inr. close. September.... HSs "5 CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE. There was a much more orderly mar ket on the Consolidated Stock Kxchango yesterday, Karly In the day thero were special upward movements In certain of the "war stocks," with Westlnghouse Klectrlu in particular developing great strength on talk of large additional war contracts. It opened nt 110, up 'i of a point, reacted to 110VI nnd then advanced to 113",. but closed at lll'-j. Its turnover for the day of 9,280 shares was not greatly behind the total for Fnlteil States Steel common, the leader In respect to activity. The price move ment of Steel ranged within 1 point. It opened at 67 V, an overnight advance of of a point, with Its high 6V4, Its low 06 -j and Its closing 66H. Allls ChalmrrH was an nctlve and very strong low priced specialty, which was stimulated by further talk of heavy earnings. It opened nt 30V,, an over night advance of 14, points, sold as high a-, 32'4, as low as 30't and closed at 31 Crucible Steel, Thursday's market sen .ttlon. opened nt 7S, up 6 points from I Thursday's closing, sold as high as 76 a; and reacted to fi'.t, closing at 70. Of it 6.100 shares were dealt In. Heading i and Fnlon Faelfle both developed In creased activity and were very strong for a time. Transactions for the day In all stocks totalled 52,SbO shares, THE PITTSBURG MARKET. . j riTTsiitTiin, July 30. The market was steady without much change In I prices. Dure OH sold up ',. I'nlon Switch and Westlnghouse Air Brake were unchanged for the day. The summary: I Open, High- I.nw. Clos- ' S-ilee In est est IPC too Am Winl (1 vt pf w 0 US SO l's Columbia (I tt F. 13S 145 Crucible teel of lot IJS 1C 1'3S MS W F.Ik Civ Nat Oa Hit; lll. 114. lll. .vi nam vvaiaer pi f yj wi w SO I mint llrew 1 1 Indpt llrew pf .. II'. psi I.A llelle Iron.. . S3 tt Mfrs Lls-M It lit t'H 14 Nat Firrpfg .. . Si; 25 Nat Firenlr pi. 17S 17'. Ohio Fuel Supply 4-) 2" P.tts llrew t, S' l"ltt Brew pf.. .. 12S 230 Flits Coal 2( -isi Pure Oil lls 2i 24. 14S S3 ii; S 17S 10 ss tss : IIS 33 t ss 40 S 12S Ill, 33 ICS SS ns 41 JS 12S 254, DS US 130 t'n Switch A Slg PUS 10IS 10S FS 37 , )vest .xir liraa- i.ve us iw, I3i 13V west r.ieo . . &.v S.Vi West Klec rights IS IIONDS. ;.4i, 5.W. i. IS l !joj0 Inlnt llrew ts 45S 4SS STANDARD OIL QUOTATI0K8. Following are the quotation) for the Stan lvr I Oil slucWs: ... . Yesterday. Thursday Par. Rid. Askel. Hid. AsWet Atlantic Ref C.31O0 MO ft. 4.1 MO .'.50 Home-Scrym,. 100 30.1 27.1 20.1 27.1 nuckeyePlpe.. .10 07 UK) 07 100 Cheseb'h Mfg.. 100 700 72.1 700 721 Colonial Oil Co 100 13". 14.1 121 140 ContlnenOlltl 100 221 223 224 22: Crescent l'ipe. 00 40 41 40 41 CutnlierlandPL 100 40 .10 43 F.urcka Pipe L. lis) 320 22.1 22il tin flalena Slg oil. 100 I4D I .HI 14.1 1, m (lalenaHlKpf . tOO 131 140 i:i.3 40 Illinois Pipe !,. 100 130 132 1214 lag Indiana Pipe L. .10 02 U.I tr y.-, National Trail. 2.1 24 :t0 2N ;pi N Y Transit loO 203 207 202 V07 Northern P L. . 1011 01 04 u u4 OtiluDUCo . 2.1 13 1.17 III.1 137 penu.Mex . 100 St) 00 .10 W) Fierce Oll.new 3.1 I) OS ) pi, Pralrlethl-tliM 100 340 .141 31't air Prairie Pipe .. 100 17 i;,;t i,-,7 Solar Itef Co.. . 100 270 2:10 220 aaq Southern I' I. . 100 20') 212 20S 213 South Pa till 100 274 27K 3f,a a?3 fluulhwiwt IS . 100 I0S in 107 1 1, -1 titan Oil of Ca. 1(H) Kill 20.1 ati.1 200 HlauOlloflnd. 'IOO 107 412 31)', Han till of bail 100 340 .1.10 3,'IS 347 Stan Oil or I4y 100 2.12 2.17 2.12 S:,h Stall Oil of Nrh 100 300 .110 300 310 Stan till of NY. 100 11.1 ISS isj isii Stall Oil of Ohio 100 -420 430 42.1 431) Anglo-Am till,. XI 10 lfllj tb( Stan Oil of NJ. 100 402 400 300 uri Sub "en bloc" , ... MH) . , , 8l) 6 O old "all on" ,. I2U2 ... W70 Swan Finch . 100 105 11.1 10,1 11,', Union Tank 1.. 100 70 hi 71) Ml Vacuum Oil Co. 100 203 20 irj.s 211,1 Washington Oil 10 32 37 :u an ""l'.i"dlvldend. M ill Heiln-Di Trnliivvny llniiils, Tlin Denver Ttamwuy Company will redeem 1131,000 of tho first and refund. , Ing sinking fund mortgage twenty. lv. I Jem' 5 per cent, gold bonds, Sealnl I ii-oo-.,i1h for tho sale of the bonds wil. bo received liy the Iiaukeis Trust Com pany on or before August 31 at not exceeding 100 nnd accrued Intercut. INTEREST ASTONISHING GAINS MADE BY SANTA FE Gross Hpvcuiips Tnoreaso Jjifl,-5.-,5.B.7, While Other West ern Lines Lose. INCOME IS 930,0."il,.l00 The Atchison, Topeka nnd Santa Fe, for the year ended June 30, reported gulps In both grunt and net revenue over thnso of the previous; jear of ;i size that astonished tlio llniiucinl ills, trlct yesterday in view of the laige de creases shown by other Western lines dross revenue Increased jr,,.",.,l.'iS17, to f 1 17,456A,fiK7. Operating expenses In crciiKed $'.',f.22.::n, Operating Income, lifter taxes, showed tho large Increao of .7,n3C,r,tn In tlin total of (.10,051, 400. For Juno the showing was excellent, t rosrt gained K0,t20, lo f '.,!(.-, 1 ,7:2 and net operating income increased $37.'., 701 to 2,9riO,271. Tho results of the ('lilcngu nnd North western Hallway for tho scar were not so eiH'iiiiiiiglng, (iriws lecelpts ilecreasiil H.220.01", to H3,r.7:t,7.-.. Net Inconic decreased 3!:.,fi74, to J 1 1,709.1196. Tim June net Income showed an Increase) of 3361,517, to 1 1.4S2, 157. dross n'elpta for tho mouth decreased G17,s:s, tj J7.217.727, THE STEEL MARKET. .tin tin fill Hirers of II on ml a V ri Mostly Hooked Fur Mienil. Thn Steel market contlntieM nctlva nnd strong. Demand is heavy. Mill operations nre above !m per rent, of capacity und prices show nil advancing tendency. Tho heavy demand fur high grade steel required for the nmnutar turn of nmmunltlnn lias sent pilres fur tills class of steel snaring und an high nH $3 per 100 pounds has been paid for rounds. .Manufacturers of steel rounds nre mostly booked far ahead ami huveral are out of thn market. If buying con tinues at the present r.itu prices will undoubtedly lo foiced to higher levels. Demand from tho rallloads Is con siderably under normal, but steel manu facturers lire hopeful of an Improvement lu buying from this suiuco. lnillcutlniix point toward much improved earning for the roadx In the near future. If tills proves trtii) u large Increase In the demand for equipment will no doubt tcsult. The Dully frou 7'imle says: "Low phosphorous pig Iron has advanced 11.05 a ton In middle West, with followed activity. Tliu WeMtliiglmii.-e lllei'lrlo and Manufacturing Company has bought about 1O.U00 tons of foundry grades for I'lttf-hurg and ('levil.iiul works, I'rnmpt t'onnelle villo furuaco toko market it--cedes slightly as production lias In creased moru rapidly than shipments. Heavy milting steel scrap Is selling nt higher prices, both in 1'lltsluirg and Chicago." THE COFFEE MARKET. , rrnilliiu lii I'lilnrrsj I, lull I I'rli-es tSlctlllujf ril t - I'o I lit" I'll, Trading In cofftx! futuros waa light es- ' terday, but tho market contlntied steady and prices closed unchatigid to 2 points up on sales of 2,000 b.tg Trailing vvns , very tame throughout the session, l'rlcea were a little lower nt tho stjrt, but de spite the easier tone of the cablsj there was enough demand to hold value up. Offers in cost and freights continued to show a ile- liiilns tendency and the spot market at Jtlo was lower. 1-xchnnge ! ' Clllll-ll. ! ltrazl'lan markets were Irregular, ltlo 7s declined 7.1 ids to l07.1. Santos 1 weic unchangil nt M!00. ltlo and Santos receipts totalled 6'J.OOO bitgn. S.io l'.itilo had 76.000 and Jundlahy 72.000. The rate of ltlo e.vch.tngo on London was Inweied to l-'.il. l'rlccs were: Hlch- Low- i'Io. Prer. est ist. Ing. close. July .7n AiiRiist ... i". 41 i'. f.1 September f 0 r. i'.i.i ieo October ii 61 .6t I i,2 f i'l INovember f.3 t..:2 I December fc nt i C3 r. i.; i f3 ' .lanusry ... i 70 f,t February i- 7: ; 7 4 I .March CM ;j i M to .April c vi; .i I May C 47 i. 7 i ut I..50 June ... 6 93 BIG cutIn lead" FORCED. A lllc rlcil ii Mnelllim o. Ili-iluees I'rli-e In .',..'11 l i nts. The American Smelt mg and ltetlnlng Company reduced ip list pine for lead yesterday fiom 5.7.1 to .' r. n lettts a pound. It was thn tltst leiognltlon openly iitiuouiii'Cil by Hie laigest fm-tnr of the existing weakness lit the metnl, although the cut was a foregone conclu sion owing to Ihe pei.-istent Hirelings al lower levels bv ile.ilets. i-oiisiitin-rs and small producers. Spelter watf again easy as to price nnd was offered nt aboil' l cents for spot nnd Kl to 17 cents- for futiin-s. In rnpper tln le weie no new ilevilop ini-ntH exiepl for fiittlier apparent soundinc-- nf the iiint'kit There was no actual buying, but prodin ets know that with placing of ii-ieni huge war orders copper mtiM be bought. Tins will also lleieHslt.iti) further lill.Vlllg of spelter. BUSINESS TROUBLES. llll.VD.sTltlll'.T'S reports 3:'.i buMnc.s falluns In the fnl.. I .n'i during th week, ii.linst 7IJ 7 for till plevli.us week and Ji.i'. Slv. .J I and 2ov for the cor responding weeks of 1914 to Itui. Th uil.l.l e .Slates hid 74, New llpalsnil 3!, Siutlnrn yo. Western i.2, Nortnwesterti :0 mid Far Ue-lir-i 47 i'in.id.i had ;i against 7i for the tirvedinx wcik. Vlmiii In) per -i-nt. of th in rns fill ing hid e.ipl'il of 1-ss ll an '..000, and 7 pi r rin had from IS.uoo fi I JO I'OO i apltal. fetltliins III ll.inl.ruili) . l:ll-tillll M- I'.Mtl.n In b.inkriiiii.) lied by iredltors nu'.ilnst tin IJoipor uni, waists and women's appaul, ;S7 pros pect iiMtiu". The llrmix. l.lnlillllles 15,. uuO. i,-ets 11.000 CII.VUl.llS .V HI- Kill:, p ilillc school tiaibir, 20 -: IS-ili uruet n'ed a petition In Ii inkriipn ; II abilities tl 110. no a-.-ts M1VIN s 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 N' ll.VYCs. 113 Itrni.t- wil). tiled ll petll'.in In 1. tllKMipli'J . 1U-bllllb-s U 73''. -i -l- ll.'I'S in debts due tl 1 ill The llabll'lis weie .-ontrlcrd In this city, lip -'k.Mi an I Uu-ai N'eik, I,. I, nnd an. f.ir loans, rent, a.lv rtlsl'nti e)e;.,isHis, oflb-e f-irnlt ur-, gruerle., Ilieat. cn ii, I'othlilir, mrU. thenjr Itckeis, plr.oKiaphs, dentistry and doe tor. W.vl.TI'.It T I. TUN IIIIOIP'K, milk, Newhurgli Olid a petl'bm In bankruptry, llal, llllles In 0.; I nsi ts ( ll-il Minims t si; vie. siiiesinin, i : i -1 t:th stree-, fiiiiii r.v a denier in millinery, Un. i i pit.iln'i lu iMiikrup'i). llal, 111. ties l,2rV, iissi ts f I ft III i nun's Itiinkriipli v si hediili-M, F.lW MID 'i sul. I'M ANN. drawing mate ria' nnd b.ue prints. 1,'U I In West Twetifv ninth street ti, n,., lu.es show- II. ll.l Hies of t n09.f72 with .7.','J10 an . ore 1. ,i ti'l ns.i-ts nt .'is7.21i' S.VMI III. li)l,UN'Ui:il, wai bes nn I jsw eli, 1'.7 ''.mil sliiet s. hcdil.'H show Mali Hies uf tl 'i '.13 uni as.ets f l-j,33:i Hl.t'VIIMI llliu.s. hirlw.ue Vf0H-2llv2 J-ei on.l aiet.lll- S, 111". Ill .es sh W lUbltl- ti I 11. II'. ami in. 11 ..f ll 'i KIMI.Ils.- ,v M.VIt'fS'. ,ln l, i.N. 1121 V'li.' ! I un livenue S 1,,,,Iu-,h sh,,'V 1K bl iii.s of L.t'Oii and ni- t. . ji n:, AsslmiiiieuU. DI I.TV l.rs'l'll. In . I-. '... Twetitl. Unit sir i-i ,isl. mem h tv lt.-i n tr, ,iu-e t:,, ,'un.tiii wj It-, orp irate, 1 In J nun, 1 'i 1 3 . nnd npene 1 the resiail rant In Ma, J',14. W. 11. Plfucron la president.