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THE SUN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915.
Eastern Pairs Tie for Golfer Trophy Pell BALTUSROL PAIR TIE f 4 9 WITH UP-STATE DUO If nrnton .Hid Vim Vleek Score 70 Hot Hull, its DO the Sherman Brothew. Bid roi RNRY ON TO-DAY I tlg. Two Eastern pairs flr, r ?li lo-dej I" the ihM American ! r , ... impetltlofl ptnye.1 on th links j y th. cutty t'lub of Detroit, over i ahicli t i liatlonal amateur champion-, , Kill I" ((111 t' -limrrow. Mux TV i .... ii I '"hnrlee K. Van Vleck, Jr.,! ,,f Hal'ii- "I iv- the Mrst to come In p4gl i 7". ip. elf bf Scoring u 3."i each I , bill UW liail HOI tieen In limn riiomaa M. .mil Shrrrlll Slier-; ,,,, Vi titnl.isls. iiostrd a elmllnr . n the bog mI. 3.", 15 70. Itsygt tlfly pairs entered tlie ooinpo- ,i, i about two thirds of them com- 1 rioted Hi' round. Heiienil NaTSt Ml (IpftfMSd llSYSMSS of the Walter J. Travis, the donor l.sence of ! ..f the Iro-1 pdjr, who With Fred HOT roauon Hit his I .,, : P hat vvi.n it for , larilen City at Itie list two I'linmrdoneltlp Hireling. Die I tea not 1 1. at lied for Ihe tro- p'i) pun ied widely differing metti'xls ' I , . 4 c sooceae, in the Beltuerol j I mi Mas MsrstoCI saa a, little morel t Ihfl main rcllaiii'e , lie was almost I ... u ' le tt am IIIh Individual s. ore I approximated T4. .ill Van Vlesk i psd on oily four holes. Van VIevk irrtvrd only this tn-irnlng. so it whh his j - tut of the course, and he did i Anderson to Review Tourney As Before DKADKR.S of The Sun who en joyed John G. Anderson's critical reviews of the recent na tional open and the big golfing; events of lust yeur will watch to morrow morning for his size up of the first day's play in the 1915 national amateur championship which begins to-day at Detroit. Anderson, who has had the honor of being runner up in the 1915 Metropolitan and the 1913 Na tional, is making another effort to land one of the premier titles, and accordingly is in position to ob tain the competitor's view of oc currences, which he will present in his usual interesting and force ful style. This special feature, supplementary to the direct re port of proceedings by The Sun's expert staff man, who also is on the firing line, will appear daily until the close of the tournament. J. Parmly Paret will present in like fashion the expert's view of the National tennis championship next week. i FATHER BILL DALY GETS ANNUAL RACE Kolll Bean Red Jacket and Oiven Cup Homo Before Rich Men's Horses. Downs JohnstonNEWS 0F FINANCIAL INTEREST SAM MeMKKKIN FAILURE gboul Pes ' t will aii could nave been cy linder the .'Ircumstait-'es. The Jersey chs-mnlon Just played slltanl Rolf all the way. The GOLF MANTLE GOES TO YOUNG ASPIRANT ss 1! M irsii.n sad ' E Vsn Viet. I Beltuseeli I I II I I I I I 4--Ji I iiiiifii I it ;o Th, Ysjhnundaaifl team was a two. II comMl athm nil of the way. a fnct i .,: i- .itMi-d liy the individual total. I n id Miss Elaine Rosenthal Takes western Women's Tltli Miillotliian Final. in MRS. HAMMOND DEPOSED Tin rniaii mane a a n snpriiii , an M, so It was good team j ,,,, thai put the brotbara at ti- top. I fliorr Sherman got off to . hxhI start , a) hu iii a putt from the edge of the ssi green tvv " s hols is t'jj anis ; . t i-.d t aaa the only 3 made there all day. It was Just li e kind of n.- ' couragemttll that the L'flag golfer ;,....!.. I. and one or the ot! er of lliein . age.l ' p.av i.ir or nct.cr man t'.ir . .. . . . .. . I..., isrikj .. a iron .ill Ol nil rciiioiii'H tiiry real . .t arai l Th. w n .I i'ii seveit. inth -I1j yar.1 Tom Shermans turn, and he ..n.i i-hut dead. KcltniB a ... Ins raid . M. SSOI man and I 4 Si'ahatcsia. Auk. It. AtlsTUil Balmont, I chairman of the Joehay Club, ami it. I T. Wilson, Jr . president of the Sara 1 tofa Association for the Improvement of the Hreed of Horses, had nothing, j on Father Hl!l Paly, so far as the re i suit of to-day's racing was COncOftlfd I Kach of these noted persons In the turf j world won a race and as a matter of j fact the victory of Father Hill's NOlll In the last race was greeted with i greater acclaim than were the wins of Fernrook for Hclninnt and Horgn for Wilson. j In the old racing days Father Hill ! used to shoot one over about OHO! i J yeur at long odds, and the habit sticks, j for It was llttie over a year ago thai the veteran owner-trainer won his last race at Laureli previous to the victory . of Notll. Th odds were not very long ! i (on list the wearer of th.' pad ami imn Cap, bin Dalj had the satisfaction of toppling over all odds on favorltt ii ' at 'i Hiiiings's Vtnture. which 1 did not get in the money In Ihe scram- big at six furlongs for two-yaar-olda I ! that wound up the curd Noll I, at 1 I to 1. was followed home by Madams Hermann nnd Tatlana, concluding an- ' I oth. r day In which only two favorites I : won. One of the greatest disappointments; was another failure on the part of , August Belmont's 116,000 three-yaar-old I Sam Mcltoakln. since he became an inmate of tin- Itelmont barn Sam Mc-1 Maakln has not won a race, hut dropped t in aninng the ovi rnight handicap hors.s i in the fourth race he was considered I to have a chance to at least earn Ills feed. Tin- lust bg could do wis to flnish third to c. . Hroikmillers 'Jniiii.y and It. T. Wilson. .Ir s. M.m trgaur, the pair Which fought out tin finish, which w.iu to the plucky Unimpy by a nose, ttm McMoakln was the ratrortts at ; to l, with Mon- tres.ir played down to 11 to i. AgallMI truii ty ttiere w.r.- the good odds ..f lliefly b.'1'nuKf he had nnisln d a hard contest yesterday snr took the track at the start but ntver could get vei v far awn Maxwell on Hand But Clubs Are Not I MAGINE, if you can, the feel ings of an aspiring young amateur golfer about to start his preliminary round in the national championship without a single one of his favorite and accus tomed clubs. That is the predica ment Lee W. Maxwell, the Siwa noy player, finds himself in at Detroit. Through an error in the Grand Central Station parcel room Maxwell's golf bag was turned over to the wrong man. In its place was left a bag marked "K. M. O." Should this reach the eyes of the person who got the wrong kit he will confer an ever lasting favor on a distracted fel low golfer by expressing them to Maxwell in care of the Country Club of Detroit. The "S. M. O." bag still reposes in the station parcel room. T FIVE VICTORIES IN A j HEARS $40,000,000 ROW NOW FOR ALICE; IN GOLD IS COMING THE GRAIN MARKET. l m il log Whc lamer Wheat l,e ela llet Weather Oilier II.. THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. I'll n. Anr.i pin a , An 21- The etoctt market here was firm. Prlcoi were g n rally higher. Klectrlc Htoragg -old up to lllg early, but dropped lo yester day's closing prlie on realising sale-. Oherardl hnvis's faehl Alaol Financial Repeats Her 1914 Triumph for Chlldl Tropliv. OVERWHELMS HEB FOES liiNtritt Shipment MDrop in Bucket" in Helping Exchange. the wheat list Was nol OUlel yesterday, It was weak. The WMImenl i''rav"J o'-arisii. nonie ui I l.SKU Superior and 1'hil.idi Iphl.i Com- . . ' Street houses .,,e i.lk- pany It per cent, preferred were strong llllllks "ig of eighty cent wheat this geaaon features I'nlted Kallways Inveitmenl gain.-il I',. Tin. summary ! ORE A TEH si.M The Alice, ftherurdi Davis's W yacht, continued her victorious i with the Atlantic Yacht Club by ning the fhllds trophy yesterday, made her fifth consecutive victory .las a reer w In Thls Since MEADOW CLUB COP RETURNS BACK EAST LmI Westerner) Johnston, Is I'm (hit of Tournament bj Pell. NEEDS ONLY Two SETS Sh "Milan. 4 .1 4 :i Ytflinun- 4 J'. tV-ll between I i . ' - t Km .34 .'. 4 .1 4 1c . i ., 4 i i Then was a two stroke gap Lie leadi ra and the next i franela uuini'-i and Paul Tewkesbury. w Uand, played good golf for two- Ihir.ls of the dlslatne. T..wkesbuty. If anything, doing a little more than his sbare. Tiny were iul in 36. On UN lilteenth W Itlstf could do better than A i on the seventeenth hurt tliem s ilttls mora, but Outmet saved h stroke gy denims a tlm J on Ihe home hole I tuvn I i their TV. They played With John i. Anderson and Frank II. Hoyt, both Chicaoo, ug i: -alias Blalna Ro- i senthal. the nineteen-year-old Ravlaloe COUUtr) ClUb player. Is the new chain- pion of the Woman's Western tlolf As sociation She won that honor here tO-day on the Midlothian links b) defeat lug the lint champion Mrs. Harry U. nammona 01 me iiigiuaiins ountr i 7 to I. t'lub. Indianapolis, by I up and I to j second 1 Dlajr. Mc ntr Tli MM. SaIm.I. i.,.l,..,.,uH ,I.a ... . ; ' .. i from t.ruinpy. In the 1 un down the ness ot the match, for It Was .. KaJ bhckatretCh Johnny McTaggart took , battle clear to tile tlnieh. Miss Uosen- destierat, ( hance to save vmunH a i. ekln by going up on the In aas t 0t.1t ,r.. enough not to nterfortnee, but the S'.i rtlAalrTOK, Aug :'T The .Meadow Club ' ip will cine back Kast for a stay of at least nni. year Theodore l IVII of the West Side Tennis Club luade that Certain to-day when he defeated Will iam It. Johnaton, the last of the Call fomlana, in (he saml-anal round, straight sets, at I I, 4 Pali will meet Wataott St, Washburn, the metro politan champion. 111 the final round to- morrow. tVaahbum having coma thraufjh the aan i-hua.l round by winning from Wait.r Merrill Hall at 63. I 1, Pell'l victory was one of the InggeM surprises of a season replete with up- ; of Host. ui. but now of Slwanoy. A Jerson and Hoyt required si strokes .1 K Hole of I'leveland and ile.irge V Kotan of Texas, who played to get It r t ttl the neutral green of Pine Vslley, Dear Philadelphia, a club to Which both belong, tied at If, vmiIi Olllmtl ai I Tewkeabury. Chick Italia and Ned Sawyer, iklge Watar, were followed by a gis,d sixml (a lery, but 4 "3 was the best they 0.. ' gel. iddltlon to the team m.itcti. theic lie usual number ot day before rounds for purposes of practice only. J. 1. i Tra Vera engag.d In one of them ..n i although he picked up on a ttiupts t holag plajred well the rest of t . Wit Mis cold seems u little belli r. and a 11 grew warmer with each ue- teedlng flour to-day he should be in bettei phyaical condition to-morrow, than lui 'lie I isi tew days. tiuilnet went c ui for a practice round ill the ufter t. an, and also played some good golf. Kverylhtug is In ieadltvaaa for the t laniplonahlp, whleli b"gius to-mor- leu with tiii preliminary eighteen hole qualifying round. The scorts In the A1' trit en tiuif' . compatltlon : 1: Hsrstan aad i R. Vaa Vleek. Jr. Baiiosrol, 'M, .!' 10 t M Sharman - 1 s Sherman, Vahnuiiilssls. S.. II 7u. 1- uulmsi sad 1 Tewkeabury, Wood land (, 11 J, k. m and (J, v. Rotan, Pine Valley sa. 1:. o K. s.,,i,r and I'harie. BvaOSi Jr.. IBdgowatori 1 II ,a. lan Held and Albert kei. thai really won on her ability to out- 1 Sam drive the Hoosler woman, though she side. dul not play her wooden shots to-day , as cleanly ga ho dul y esierda', w hen j she won her semi-llnal round from -Miss Carolina Painter of th home club Mm J Hammond putted well and placed her Iron shots with a nicety, but her ob-1 session for the long grass on tee shots upsi t her. Si of the first nine holies were halved. Miss Rosenthal standing I up at the with a 17 medal card to Mrs. Hammond's 4s. (in the inward Journey only the tenth was halved, and Mrs. Hammond accounted for but one hole Mi Mi He meet with run laTnded and in the any him only in thlnl iraaltlon, swing around the bend it tut that the leaders had him Ull) nut 1111 a good nrusli on I'd gained the Vrldli-t in snile Was e id beaten. Qrumpy 1 of the e m. 11 Fl KsT kacf; Thrss-yesr-olos and upward anil a half fllrloriga : pur. 40Q Borti of Kuai The sum- set- .01,1 b) bugaboo to th has defeated the coast this of Maurice K III beating th. " liest I. a. Ithai piay.-d cotialderably battel be has shown at any other last few ears Not only wa backhand w.irkltig in perfe. it he bee.imes unite a i Callfornlana, for ho 1 ow J all of the vls tors from 1 season Willi the ex.eptloli , last Satuday and the second year she has won the challenge trophy. She de feated the Virginia 33 minutes 17 s. ijonds, and the Joyetta, of the Indian Harbor Yacht t'lub was far astern and towed In The race was stinted from off the Atlantic dock at Sea Hate and went to Old Orchard. Huoy No. In and home The wind was east bv north. Iiaht. and this gave the yachts a run to Old Orchard, a beat to Buoy in and a reach ; homo The Alice was first away. She had j W. A. Barstow on board to nasist Mr. ! DSVla. The run was tedious and the; yachts gybed several times. At Old , Orchard the Alice led Joyetta by five . minutes and Virginia by eight minutes. Then the wind was very fluky and 1 seemed to head the yachts on every ! tack. Alice gained steadily and Vlr- ginla passed the Joyetta. At Huoy 10 Alice led by twenty-seven minutes. llck Moore sailed Joyetta and tiled to work the fides, but got left badly. The Alice had to make the race In five , hours, and this she did, winning easily. She allowed II minutes to Virginia and 1 13 minutes 10 seconds to Joyetta. SI 1 toon stars sailed for points on the j Fted H. I 'alien cup and Jack Alien was , the winner with the Twinkle. Alice represented Larchmont In the big race and Twinkle also Imiis from I.archmont. . so the Sound 1 iub did well The Shadow of the Lower Hay was second, beaten thirty-nine seconds, seconds separated these end of the fl 1 sit round. In the bird etaaa the bat;i wai a close one ami I'urlew, after leading by fourteen seconds with the course half covered, anally won by 2 minutes s seconds The Barbara won in tin Inter club 1 lass and May In the hand!, tap class The committee in chutge was Hoorotl C. Porrln, lairchment, Y. 4' ; John It. BrOOky. Atlantic Y. S I. Plnlay, Indian Haihor Y aumm iries : I II I l.l'S Notwithstanding Ihe continued deellne of sterling exchange to a new Pvel price yesterday, prominent hanking In terests said yesterday that there had been in, hange In Ihe situation here ns regards the establishment of a British loan or credit in this country. There was repetition of the statements made earlier In the week that the credit and loan negotiations Would be hold III abeyance until the arrival heie of the representatives of th.- British liovern ment and the Uondon banks to discuss the matter with New York bankers. Reports that 4t,000,009 or mora g'dd was on its way to this country In help readjust the exchange situation could not be Confirmed In hanking cir cles, but it Is probable that, even If the metal Is on its way here, bank ers would not discuss it, us transatlan- gold movements are kept aeon I the Only thirteen . 'l wo lioats at the j w"' 1 owing to the danger of attacks b) sub marines upon the treasure vessela. It was pointed out, however, that even If HDD, lino gold were to .arrive it would prove only a "drop In the Inn bat" toward correcting a si'uatlon which In volves not tens of millions but hun dreds of millions. Demand sterling sold down 111 4 ha 1, yesterday, with cables at 4.63 1!1I. Toward the dose of the market there was a slight reaction, which 'allied PMcea up to 4 , for demand and 4 il.'l', for .aides This ciimpuna with I II O4 ror demand and i.ti ."..1H' for cables on Thursday Ai the close of the market foreign exchanee broksra that several ,.f the large b.inka Stlil offering exchange d 'WIl Till 'I'll V "I HSB I.". START MILK 1; finish It it s 40 I 1 used , Time. 1 II l S : Mil. Johnai 'Ughlin ui the id Horse Huntress San V, the twelfth. The match green, where 16 foot putt where she hub finished on the M.ss Rosenthal 1 for a men s par 3 footer 2. I Beverly James , 1, 1 riiOHimus nrtaanth 1 ""'""" snnlo sunk a . Malabai . Mrs. .'esse Ji ioi a . " """ h w...... 1 ...i....... 1 la 11 1 1 in "i" 1 11 1--,. .. .1 .. ii.ui.i iui .1 ... . poaalbta halve hair? cleorge O'NOlll, Beverly professional. Key Oau 1 who tias been Miss Itosenthal s tutor Anenu plaeij batttr golf than h.s been seen befote 111 a Woman's Western Uolf As sociatiou tourney . The cards' Wi Jockej II" Martin 11". I.illey 1. a I'aille genr Turner Connolly Muxtcili .'inly ill! tier Collins riling: five Price Kwi I : 1 m . in M I'', I0f . . tic. I Slllal Fi II m. I'U lit, l"7 H me M'AI.1- Mini. I.' I a) i i . s 4 1 i i ). i sei : i ji i 11 ll-l :, i ." I kj 1 u 1 M I I ' I I I ". I .11 I I I" I II I ! I man with the World" tenuis than tune in the tu- famous order, but his forehand drives wert excellent, bis overhead game .lose to perfect and ins plarlngj superb lie kept the ball well back Into deep eourl all the tune and had Johnston hustling In tiling to make a return. His strokes had all sorts of speed bOhlUd 'hem and when thev Were landing inches Inside the bas.-lm . kiinming the sidelines in the ..penllig '.-t at one ground the eourt 1 to win the mulch in hut I'ell ni, I not have iiid run the set Yacbl. owner ., 1 iljli Alice. uhorardl i, berekaieal v 0 Ill 01 4114? Virgin. a. .1 S tflacktuii Ala Untie Y. ' . ...'.'. 4 4 42 00 joyettt w ii CMIda I II Y ' did HOI flnlah HANDICAP CLASS m;i'ui DIVMIOM i START. 1 10 COl'RSR, I s.i MILM Praacoa, Mmaa Wleko. I II ' I II 41 m.c w Aadersoa 1 It 3 Corrected tune. May. ItlOtll Fran.es. , :;.. Time a en.i ,if Aral round: May, : in. Prances, I 43. is. LARCHMO.NT INTKRCLl'B sTaHT 1:33 COL' HSR, : Ml LBS. Hainaia ' Shields 4 4111 .' 4'. 10 Vur.ii. W S Mai Sinn. all 4 4:".. ; 4 sup- led llot thev Were Johnston 3- 3 and SVI looked for ll straight s. is. his usual Hist!! of wihluoss nut row straight games for Dag til. i' run. BIRDS II so Reseat h.i i . uui Mr-, nammoad Miss Rosenthal , in M ri H . -'id in i 3 4- h --4 ELLEN RETAINS QULNCY CUP. Tune l ni tooil .tart . won easily Huntre A lame-Dale Miss GusaTf owned Donaai ironed bg t; Urimv sErriNU RACS Wi. delate llreexe lain in i n I r lit e ii I a of Winner ll. M s lilii.i: 1 1 K v i Mass momlng Charlaa P. Ooal alllon sin ssfully defe CO " the Quim tie craft won her third enth sailed in the I i lost Aug 37 This 'urtis's aondar ci. ii, hided her i up The llt race. the sev . and thus for ft atoll- a i irlonga; puros $.'-oo Hi.rs.- tt Fernrueli Btartlliut Rochester i Hlume .. .. I Hoottish Kmghl i' '..lliilsllde 1' Socony Tune l IT "Ids til e t Jpokos : i McTag'l i Herbert - Ulley o Oornoe H-iity 0 llirne UeCshi : f hi r Mi Pri.es Fin I even I"- Tl early 4 .". SH IM 4 I J' 44 II t I tt Voll 1 ll ...I l Old. ..." II .1 T Buntor and W Vaughn, Bloomflald Hills, u. " 1 . J I Standtsb, Jr . I II. B. Loo, ni Country, 7. IT TO. I' .: i- :: i and II 1. OVIIIoughby. 1 iksi 10, :l'. K M. Hiem alut ii Heitr National 37. 3 rti Paul i and i: it iiauuard. Mldiothlaa, "- H it. Loudon and U. H. Pitch, hi 37. 10 10 v. M Whitney ami ii Hush, Audubon. 10, Ij 77. Itav k p Palmer Detroit, it, K Oliver and .1. a. Dlllworthi In ii ;;. h. tv. cerkraa and 1 I'urkran, Baillmaroi lo, -77. J. I .III Lou I'lll.tmrg Field, '.: J, T MiMlltan and W. .ar- " -i: ' 'iniir. in, ;;7 -77; W. c and S D llerr-'ii iakni"til. amthor year the Button Yacht Club ia t. custodian of the trophy Wind "i"l weather condili. us were ideal for Ifillen, as the!,, was a moder ately light braeae, one a tiirta stronger than Cltna would look for and weaker tin ' the hopei "f Sprig. The three boat gol away on a beat to the southerly turn and a run home over a total ill--, luoce of nine miles. Though ClmS Was off Hrst with Bllan last the order had hanged when the outer mark was reached and on the run home Kllen continued lo plok up dlatance, I'ima headed Spr.g by ghoul the same distance sin- was headed. Th, summer) : uoon itaet am, artvtno Pornraek, b c to Room band Pertnent ' owned to Sol nionl trained b) S ' Itildirtli THIRD It At K rtiiie niaroo and geldings: ami upward; soiling one mile Horse Wt Joekei i.ahme n.' Ulley. Wan. la Pilet Allen Mapler n ,La Pai'lie lii.ii HO .ila.-.l, .11. ilil ei 11 ixii.ii Aiiihr.ine l7.,Seward Mars Caaaldl Judy Tune i .ii 2 :, I (.lust start wiin easti.1 l.ahnt lielln- .xira I reina I. Paul Ihres-yesro'd- Prleso Fn. 7 j ii :, t'- I I : la 4i t I" 1 3' 3 I even 4 S I I" 1 i ;;-i oven ; rallfomlan worked hard in the games ot the second set. ami liis acciiruci Was such that h.s stiok.s itdttiitted of no return. He forged to ? I the fl'ollt at 4 I and seemed likely to win. i'ell steadied, however, while 1 1 Johnston was (Hiding ti more than dirtl I cull to keep h;s strokes within botuida. ami th. West Side pliver lan out the ' set In tie straight games All he has to ii.. to win '.he cup lo to keep on playing the w a he did lo-,la when he meets Washburn to-imirrow Washburn caught Hall off Ins game ami made the mns; of it. The metro politan b. imp. on was th sain.- steady machlnellko player that ha usually is. whereat Hall was erratic. Hall had plentv of speed and power III his strokes and would hav. glen Washburn a heap of trouble II he rould have kept them under control, tteorge M. Church and n ill weie the tirst lo reach tlie dual round of the doubles. They defeated Ward Daw son and Harold A Throckmorton In p j Tlernsi i ; 31 at end of nrt inntid. Barbara. 3 IttSO; Dagntar, STARTi - to- COIUSK MILKS 'iirlea C 1. Wlllard I 4J Oriole, H Kaiinnell I 40 II Times at end of tlrsi raund. 1:40:03; oriole. 3 41 in ll.lMHi'VI' CLASH Tltlltli HTART 3 1" CAH'RSK, Anns. J 11 Wrighl . r DIMUHIBU START COI'HSB. j ! Ml LBS I 14 ll m vinu in :.: MILKS IIII lit t Prencb Viva. R Pltaslboons . . . . STAB i'LAHS START ; It MILS Twinkle, J J Alley Sim. I. is. W 1. Inslee i Murad, ' I. Atklneaa Hydra, ' K Hyde AUstr. B, V Wli.is t'anls Miner. Ad'.er a O'Brien Neptune. W H Mopk -atar Paraway, a h Pri I Zeis, ti W AlJ-r. Ir : Little Hear. A, W slk. r . Meteor it H Plnlay iyi 'tre. F T. layono Little nipper. ' a Corry Uaxtxe, ii I. Heion ' Times si end of rtr-. 1:41 :ll sthsdow. ItOltOl . Zeis 1:44.3:. Mills ll pie ' 1:47.14 I 'HlitS M " 3 ; II 41 OURSB, S 3u 01 I : o :. :i3 47 3 : 4j 34 I 3 34 I II l I 33 10 i . 3 ii II I 4. .: Ill 11 1 47 13 3 13 41 I in 31 1 11 JO .14 3 4". JS a ii ii is ot . 4 0i :s 111 01 4 34 47 disqualified did net flu If ll Hriiuh PaaoMl Worth Leaa. The prient rates in sterling exchange mOanO mat is tolling at a pilce I'll cents In ine iiound below the normal, or ut a discouitt of alHiui :. ier cent. It means that in f..re!ij. OXChangO irat.s ' actions the isiund sterlma la sethtur ,.t . the lowest prices at Which It has OVOT and, mild What makes the situation eepg Tnou-isllv serious and olgmilloant ia that the pound steiltng has always 1-en talon as tne real ttsndsrd "i a monetary una 4 which nations were aopuatoniad to sett their bills, and IhsVl as a tesult pracdloall) all payments in International trade were made through London. In this na Ixindon noted at an Interna tional dealing house, ju-i as the New York Clearing House acts in that en paarlty for the momtsos ..f n assiaia tlon. ami drafts in stertlng exchange W'ere as gis.il as a . lie. k lssne.1 Lv tl... .ew Tors Clearing Houat Now iosi' that fo; tome reason cheek ( notes issued by th. New York ClaartliS i House Association, for example! wete at a dhsSOUni and New York banks .would ieruse to accept them us eiUia. lent to their par vau. The Istuks I would then probably dome ml that the Clearing House pay ii- bills in gold of Ita equivalent and would m.ike some other institution, perhaps one of the larger bunks o' the city, i ne. medium I through winch all settlements would be I made Precisely tie sane situation would then exist, as now eitj between this country and England. In other i words, the Aineri. -an ilollui gelling ,,i an appreciated value, while the Urlilsh isiund storting has depreciated In v.ilu. The reason for all this t that in i.urope tn- niceties ot tin. in. e have been upset by the w .1 1 . a hiph has osusod a decrease In the supply of gold in Europe, and an Increaao In the de mand or its equivalent tn pay bltla here it, New Tork. The reeull i an appreciation in the aiue of the a met - can dollar. Which COrrespotldll to 'tie vai lous dgprooiatlon in t ie value of the mo raster) units or me tritmo I nations, !,. dei'l.ne .1 ex, Mange ami m.uiv otheis 111 the trade enter tain similar views. It It not surprising ' therefore that the preponderance of opeculatlve effort is on the down side There was really very little bull oh I newt available in the courts of reater- 1 vieL'i L-1 rn,,k'1 Trie Ifadgrs Sfilior re o. 1 1 1 1 1 1 iwrted furthar dsmage to winter wheat! on llelds ns a result of the recent rnlns hut Ulttl summary referred to the weather sevetai days ago. Teetorda) map showed no tpoclsl moisture in the grain country and the conditions wete particularly suitable for the comple tion of the large spring wheat liar- 1 es1s. More general farm Offering! wen ported and Ihe Indication! favored .1 1 material Increase In the rooOlptt. Many or the advocates of lower prices are , expecting a continuance of the hedge scillng to depress the list. It is ton- ' tended that when the movement be e.imes normal there win be aunVloni 1 Wheal for home mills and mom for .1 decided enlargement of the export trade I The absence of export business yes- : terday worked against a rally In the market Although values lire about ut i tin lowest of the season foreign ah- ' sorption is aaatJMtlc. Bradatreot'o ex- porta for the week were .r,,2OU.0iU! bush- I els. against 1,100,000 bushels a year ago, With I total since July I of :tj.- "' imsheis. compared with li, BOO, a year ago and 47,000,000 two veals ggo. Prlvats despatches fr..m the South-I west indicated that growets were much' diatreaaad becauao nf the action of the' market and thai there was more deter-I mliietl holding of wheat However, there ia competition of an active sort ftom the i American and Canadian Northwest.1 Ainmt iim.uno bushels of Canadian Whtat aie en route for Minneapolis, In- dlcating that the American premiums' make it profltablt for foreign wheat to enter this country even after the im port duty of in cents a bushel is puid. Com The advance that took pHMM on Thursday was eHmlnatad. it was said that many of the timid shorts had been forced out As a result, the supM)rt In . tin- market was sir vesterdav. The prospects of much better weather de pressed the list, as did the sharp de- , . lines in other markets. j ltep.it ts that luit-tH of Kansas were I v lehllng Inn bushels jier Here emphasised the recent statetneiits that the Southwest might have a record earn yield. A larger farm movement of corn is con-1 fldently expected next week after the' small run of the past several days 1 Argentine offer! n go at New York are: fall at about a Wolkatile basis. 'als The weakiesi reflected de. lines :t. other markets and the return of Very favorable weather Larger country offer ings weie expected. Export demand1 was quiet The reeling In speculative I quarto 11 .s bearish, due lo the huge aurpluaea in this country ami Canada. Provlalona- The market was without feature Hogs were higher, but the de i '..ties .In grain worked against the ' Sill-'. " aiii Chalmers 101 Am woolen Am H ai In ay - IS! V ni Cm 1 no Ann. nit'ki . . 0 Hal. 'sn. I W Brill Car Woi l x3 Csnihr.a Steel iiSi l o Storage 1 ' Hen Asphalt pf 3"..-. Lake Superior. . T Ishisli N'av . Ii U limit Vsl Trait o Noiih.rn Centra 4'-i Peniia K It P. tuia Si, e ,,f 3 1 ' Phils Co ! . ,. Sl I'htla Co , inn ,,f lea i-niia rare '" Phils It T etf. t" I'.n I, i Tract i on ii lten in,. I'M So, nh Kiniw.i Open Hub lais CMM I - est est Inf ni mo 4o . .'.-,', SM, V, X.'t I Ml Mg . "II'O H'. HI '. m . Til 7 IS 7SS 74', :, :s hli 7 U 41 41 41 . mo .-. ' oii .-'j nuj m no'. :'. ml in 074. . '", I'll, II III". 73'. 73'. 73'. 73 MM t.'s U.'t 1"- I MS 34 XL'S :s "i 4kj M 1-14 S4 s-14 . M K r: n . ItVj 41'. 4ii'4 41', t, 4; 4:. 43 4t .nr. Tonopah Belmont Toiinimh Mitlllis i nite.i Gas Imp i- I Steel w . -i inorelsnd will I i-atic Welsbach CI. T3S 3S 1.3 4 I IHIMis le-m city 4f 'ii mi L, won Interstate Rys is r.7s ''' 1 . 4 lieu 4s i'" I V Cusl hi ' " B ' "' s, Kl 4 ' Penno Co p.t li Plnla K.le.' :-'" Penna eon IS I'"' ReeiUm .... 1 o. Span 4,01 Pon i,- ;. 1 i n Ry lav eo . 1110 i 11 II ti! II 3'. :', IS 9 14 14 :"S IM 7J T4 744 7t', 1414 l4j 14', 3 13 : 3 ILII s n "3'a SI H sOUj ' 10114 " s ;. losoo SI ICS TtU 1":S S3'. 1HS RU V. it a ,', 4'l Kits 1o.T, 91 9;-.. KM', Si 7 OS r 101 S H7S SSI. 10044 ill s:s 7"'. 10.S ?S in IS TOS THE CHICAGO MARKET. ''ni' '.". Aug 27. The market wa. Main very sttong and actios under fh "derahlp of Swift, which Bold at 120 Bears-Roeburk, Union Curblde, People's ..... mi ni.. nauway js w et . r rm ineumatlc Tool wa dull and "onus utichangiil. Tim I Ini'.lgo tatlor ma i v : sum- s.i . - '4m Ii.. . Y.ii J MB Ihlpbtilldini ii a ' in Pern Tool ' " til Itv .eriea . ' Chi T.ti trusi oni Bdlson. . . 14 Diamond Match " posra pf . ' lUlnoio Brick " I'eot.le. .. i ni ni Keif Onen Uui, t IM 'S ... or. ,IU e aert lee m m Ko.hu, k ..1441 eiewan vviii-n,., 1401 Swift C. -"I " "it '.ill. i. le jr.yo Annum ..a., com k. Won iia.ien 1"""' P. ,, i; , ,001 Sain pa BOND l is 9i,v, ; lis 01 IS) ids UJOS l" Clf- et Inf 3.-; Bxl '' 41 TT II 10 "'. jr m N . rms : - 0'' I . 4SS IWto lt: St 04 10401 IM. OS at. i, ttTSj 110', la 91 S 01 " ' . !'"' . 91 04 : s i " Ml x THE BALTIMORE MARKET. II VI TI Ml market was rnii Aug som Tlie senintleo wtiat tnv,. aotlva .. , ,, rripro StRIVt. I llullway gained a hair point, do.. " the suiiuiiai'v IS general market 3 01 31 V nron. 1:14:01 7.00 3 43 32 3 II 33 'urlew . again very '111. ago Wheat Septemts i tn- ember M .1 Cm n Septembet I le. enitiet Mai I la! Sept om bet Is-, "toilet M ,v Pork leptembe Oetobet I Sli d s. atemlier ii iiii., Ribs: September tS-toOei New Yut I, limited prlc ' Hits de support vv as Often Hut, io. t'los Hrev I Ol e-t est ins close owji mo, : s.i, :s S ".', tti OMi ws I 1".'. Hi.'. !'", Km, li'.'S i :. 1444 :."., :..', :ts J ' ". 41', 4 '.', mj f.4S ' -', '-', 44', 111, l,, 17 :;:', SVaj 34S ? Ss s SO M ."7'. " 13. to r u os I" 4: 11 4: I ; M i; 7 t: 7: II II. to I " 1,04 v il; ft . gj ' v i: I! i: 17 17 , I.S1 v -.. ;.i i 01 I 'J ' OS : s in 1.43 4: I W Ileal prices were : Upon Blab i.nw ctof ing. est. est UUf. Sao . i on. power nt Rlkhorti Puel t- inehi) .v (jeu " II. ni. lott iii ,f Vie' Me..j. lul,; ' Pi Water Po I" t in.,.. Maul, 10 1" K.i. Bin umin.uy Open Ificli et lilt, ll int. i no ii 33S BONDS linwi Hal s 't j i , .. 3wv. ( Itv Bait 4. 1440 City Mat 4s ;! s !"' Con. Coal re ... " ' on. r,, Ill ( i II. 4': "". ',.. . on ... Bavison Chern ... Snot) Mt V W rm 1 1 e.- slim Mm, ',. 4'"' I'll K 4 I I. 11X01 fn It A K note. liS I'll I'm 434, v., i, 14004 Ml Km 44 Low e.t II.", Is I3.U, Mkj 1:4 i'i, 93 i"i I'm 4 is in fins ll?S II IMS Ml, 14 -'7-. 134 44 M OS 9.-,', vs's I'S", 91 101 inn its in ". 1404 ItttJ lOOS CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE. I 8tat sti the -! t.l. "tig dldati tin 'tat, ..It ,. pH0r shal. DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET iN t Austtta llalv Kr.iii. and 0 Bus .. e. rate- ia. 1 hsrman) . Ufltries. onto BasiHah More. As 1 est. in it" round Twinkle, klurad. 3 14 94; r, 3:43:01 Hydra, 19 00 Stir Kar- ; li owned ami trained by .1 I I- ... POURTH RA K is H't. I up: one at n I, ii '3, and and Clarenos J. round tO'morrow. Ilea C. It ''nni Clma. i'u.v laowell, spng Boordmon . : in .11 Ho. ton Maneb 'stei nd l.'.rlng. Ci IS 3 1 it .1 1 lores blrmnpi Monlreooi Mam McMeeklll Cnarter Nald Ihilluk Itev bourn aupsrtalemkml Wt urn Jockey I.I I ley Sutton .1 M.T.u 1 ari Km IS" I.; I.'. I 1. 1 I ST. LOUIS PRINTERS CHAMPIONS " I. a I'aille 1; I 31 I'1" Martin 1; I 31 "' ll. it. , t 1 . 1 ,, , ; I Ulle . Bond iltrt: won drlvliii Orumny h j by Canopus Pleeentlai owned ami 1 net taxi by t' .1 lit Iinnller tin seim-tiiial i-oui will llleet Jolinst (Irlain in the no The tummarlaa . 1 MOadOn ClUb Men". Initiation sins:. , s. ml fin.! !liiud Watson vt vv.-hnum defeated Wait- r Men 1. 1 Hal!. 0- !. 1, ! . 1 I Theodore It I'ell defe . led VV . lain M 1 John iton. t. '. - 4 Men - puubles, Se. und Bound It- H. Prentice ami 'r H. Pell defooied 11. tv I slid P. II ''oil., ii ;. i'., it. s. studdarj and s KellO) def.t..! Y M Mj'atraua and! nam right. I J. 4 4, I 4j . -VI ill i and I. Boekmon defesled S IJ Mi.rilni.r 1 ti. I I'. II. Hooks-. ..--1 1, PIPTH SACS 1 1 .. 10 I' - ."ii ond II vv Pel rm. Pins 10, :: 7v. I-. In.lse mid K 1 it' a. 39. so 71; J. .V gleams I It .Maxwell. Jr. Nas.su. II. I Veils snd J '. Cody, Roi k ' 14 Tt: P A. Bovvker and ' 1 1 f..r I Woodland. 41. 39 -10 0. id A v te- Jr.. Bhsi ntle; 1 III:;.. Take 1 HI.'. Ho-. 1. 11 I I llll. w iishiiiKioii iii Paroleal Otroi ' ll II: 1 t"'.t. Slwanoy, 13 and 'i a Crump. J Itliott and VA I II ". I'. I.. W .line , Nh-.hu - '"I P 11 Demlng, Anderoen and r H 39 III C, I. Buxton Pine Valle) 43. 40 k'3. H Ithett. Harden dtgi Woodward and 11. B, 4 1. 1111: It. Kusaell lleirolt. 43. 4113. V It VI YOUNG McILWAINE RRILLIANT. Beiu Par Hire., straight nie in Don n Inn Baraori llANCBSSTSS. v. . Aug. 2;.-BrlHlantl t en.. AmHlbald Uollwalna M of I Waabington Hortord a victory over w a Barbsr. mS ' me lu w V emkont chaintnoii, m the v" tniai round -of ihe Invitation lour So f the Ikirsel Field I'lub this won, The mart h was .til even fot ii 'o,t whe;n Mcllvaine look odvan 1 V' o a topped shot by Ruler and 'I by Winning three mote holes 1 1 '.notion, each In less than par " a pgr o at tl leu-nth. bm ' Hex! two in par. and a halve fourteenth gavn bint the mat oh ' up and II lo play, He will meet! 1 ' I'l.irk of I'.kxv anok in a I hit ly-. N ; In.morrOW. The summaries. Plrol I'l.islon He. on I Hound--(I. Cwulh p tamlo. beat K. N Wright, Annan ' and Si P. T. I 'is i k, lik waiiok, heat ' ' vv..,'. I'orset PtOld, :, and I; A.. !. alii fil, Hertford, beat M. c Taj 'or. lo. .0:x,,s 1 ml s. W. A. Ilarhei. Jr. -ns 1...,, 1 1... orgs I. Moese PHIbADSbPHIA, Aug. 3'i Herrmann '-up. amUotnath ball championship of the ltiteriiatlon.il Typographical I'mon. rests with the St. Isauis team for llll. Tim West til UmplWd over tne l!a-.t when St. leiuis vviest.il the title ftom Wusliinglou in one ,f the poorest games ever played in the prlntSfg1 league al the St taw - bridge A- Clothier Held bore this aXter mem Tin acofeg :' 11 II B, v afhingion n 11 n n n . 3 1 llanais i Three ye.il puree H04 Hoi's-. Borito ...... rim Uarry BoUnetia . f the base v li. 1 . o'lllleriiiu't isl up Wt . n.i ..1117 . 94 ,.104, Jockey BnCslie) Turner Henry florner Allen . Collini Herbei 1 1. 1 1 lei .1 M IS I li 1 in 1 l! 1 13 t It m 1 1.1 13 I 41 I mile; Km I 4 l t 1' Ttg'rt 'Hi I :"' I Hot tn . , , ll I n n n 0 Batterlso VVaahlngteni -lug. Ili'llaliapo.ls. KeTle.i 1 0 0 11 -1 11 1 14 ' all ' on a 11.) I 'lit - Powers, l-illts and H II 1.1, ul . ;i 1 3 3 0 ; 4 33 1 1 s e e s 4 1 -14 ia 14 st Is. ills. Merman und Meier. 1 teugnton. ' ' " a"t 1 u4 SARATOGA TURF NOTES. Dorlwortlt i"". ToWtOII Kteld. . hM. li M Miller Ill , Orotund 1li4 , Karly Morn in. I .in. tlooil .tan . won eaall) Oiiilen Ray rloreme ownisi in 1 son. jr ; irained by T Hoalty SIXTH RACK I Maiden t w o V ear olds . OOllIng! I purse MM I I Horse wi j.iekey. I Noiii iij Martin Mine Berrmamt tits Allen -r-i..... . 11." 1 ui.v K ' Venture 10 Ruaton in anil om i""c Cavano'tt 11 spatile inn he, in.,. Connelh t'ttile 1 :l 4-.. (ioi.l ..t 1,1-1 wot easily Noll. Ii c VimriiiHs N.nna owue.) und lianie.l Ov r Hail Thirl It'. 1111. 1 1' Johnston defeated Keller. fi 1 I; 'In r. h deft nod 1. mail, s I, l 4 fourth Round I'renti It.feu'.i! M. Washburn, 1 o. gemlSn 1 1 Bound bur. It .!. '. .,'. 0 VV Tii roegmortiiti. 1 t VV VI loll 1 ,1 ..to! T It I rlffln and vv vi S Sioddan and M Hal' and ! M Marian ami 1.. lie k .11,1 1:001011 All lir. B .04 . 4S I 1:41:44; Neptune. 3:.'.:i:i' 3 :,-.: 3 1 Oynoouro. t ITtOll Ma finish 41 r. anil Mrs. NusU Kaothampton, N I mixed fouraona golf 1 ihe Haldol lie flub f" presented bi Mt'. and COlllllS of New Y ll bv Mr and Mis Stephen I' Nash Halnt. 1. d l"lf ''lul' Mr. and Nash's opponellta In t'.ie final ware Mlai Helen Wood of New and I d Little Hs.r. Meteor. . s ui.i nut Saeooaafali Aug 3T The ui nament held at IIVl ' .ov Rig CUPS Mi . Illntui 11 Pool was won t"-day u result of th.. de an Kngllehman more riua! times lo pay his he p. IV. them Hi lore, go . , is like paving them With ; check "i. - tne hank .n New la why Ureal Britain. .11 orde her get and save other funds to geteblloil a Uian o- . re. lit ht neeiation money than bills here, as hang", winch 1 draft or a Vork Thai . s 1 vi nyl tig whi.h BI'TTRR I for undergrod generally ,' Trading hi li 100 ..f .nf:; pi I.e. II .like ery. extroa 93 ..sire s. or Int. 14 S 1 37. t . 4 .1 141(1 State, .i.iii 1 1 prime. 3:1 ; 0 3n ti .::.- renin atedi rit-t .. Sits a i oa Imitation no merv . ladles. . orrent aiake ii.oiii.Ik I044fl0e : h ; .. ki .a .'o. k. June lower grades. ed uaii.t v os t e rd 0) w 1. 1 to k utiil Hi.-., odt Roeelpti rentlnuod larg. al.le .to.k was n..rtnsi. hut lent volume ". phange the loeed to" Prieeot Cream, seoro, ..-.4 a 0c : higher ;7, rir!.. ' ., si genre. title egt r 1 11 gr.ot tlr.ls, llr.:.. 01 . r gti le. make. tine. 14 .1 IH,, lie.! , 3 .".'. . ; ooli to fair. .3l ;i 34. ; '. 7'1 gtlhjl : ;i4i ::,, . CO', 11 34 '..., : : ii Itc ; Ite ; No com non advanced 1 st... k l:x, h,i".. I l" it : gboV e Its Thuraday. ontlnued a Dromi. tient feature In th" aurk.t. being tuithor llimulatod bv t ,1,. ,,r ., oubaunUal ,m- trude conditlong Ana U "lo, an overnight ad points After touehlne it :.. 1.1 I4(, ion elosed at 7 4 .-i, copper .1 ks tt, special demand Inspiration ami Utah. 1 . boss miction house attracted uttem,,,,, by die- Posing of 1 3"" shares of I lis:. it at ll in .1 provemenl In conda opened ; valu e of i i, II o Ulle VV et i l Agter.' .t tSxploration melt Pi I i I It and f the Mrs 1 round V" k V M Baxter, who we e beaten onl;. wu I OTTAWA RACING RESULTS she ma) draw against in American dol lars That su. h an attempt w ill prob ably be successful IS likely, as Knglgnd s this country's beat customer and it is likely mat bankets here w.li aid her in her pie. out difficult) KrafHW were lower ut V!ml. for cheeks and :;' for cables, as compared with .-.!ix for cheeks and .". !'7 lor cables on Mai ks also eased P. v i i , IrafUl and 4 '.-In tor .-allies, pt eV .Jills . lose of 1 1 ... I ii ami lively l.i Ire ill, .lined I is a l 1 CHRB8K The firmer tone of the mark' w Ii t. li vv .- noticeable on Thar. day !..ol .i.ti shats a" i" odvanva whits oad -' red spot , . . as well asavernae fggc) rners was better inquir) for sklmo Thuratlu tor sight tgalnoi a 40g t.S,e from I rignged the) i Ilia t kl' freel tlroier w hols spe, l a ' .kl'" good, R 11 .. sovaneed Operators bellevg Ihi i. st 'is ..... e.int and have beugbi II thr.n.sli the week Mnrket iln.ed than ' Thuroday. Prleost Plate nllk. fresll Huts, white Slid colore.!. It, OlIH . gvergge, fancy, 1114 Mtate. skims, saeclals, ISSg 40-11 fresh choice. 9',4il0'3e. fair to T II !'. ;.;s Demand far good igbls fi i t, -inner, do not like glOTOgS an i ,ie taking ih.. froslt when th.v t.e n.i. i The ntarkel was t at iter Arm. an advance "f lie on g r t fresh k ami neorby honner) Whl s iisid ns- and ; iggenhelm both vaev . 1. : m 'na recoi it ,te mt Idea .1. selling at high ., .". I'r.'ht taking was te. fleeted ,n Tennessee Copper, which lost ground it" " is sensational advance of the day before It opemd at u 7 points under is . losing price on Thtirg. day, tallied !.. D" ',. agam weakened tn II ami doted ..t r..', number of the "war stocks' were particularly strong ami .i' live, Salcg totalled SI.ISO .hate. BUSINESS TROUBLES "Br, 'ire. .1-uaolnsi li l'i re line Aua dr 'idled ir m whili 1 ;. i k roneu rublt s one extent by II XX llll Ilex .' . I W M Ha ! ami fl .VI. -.1 I la 11 -on anil H, A I: C .1 Origin ami tilled II s Premie. I. I' a 1. 11): . Iiv VV ,1 v luriottgt; Pl'l..'. Fin . I v '. 1 U 1 h r. 30, i i si i.n 30 I v i 4 I M I :p 1 Mixed Ooubles, 'I lil'.l It. .011.1 Mt Helen I... i William It'll'. t 3d defSHte.l Ml.. Snyder hhi w. p. Snyder, 34. g 4. g- 4. i mi-s Am" Morrison and ' .1 it m 1 1 de feated Ml- H ''u.hlng ami ' VI. I.. an, I -3 4--I Pourth Round Mr .nut Mri Roborl 1." It.. 1 Jef. ni. .1 Ml- Marshall M. I.e., 11 an. I 1 p, Roberts, i: 3. 9 11. '. 3. Vlr and Mr. II Broksw riefeeted Mr . r. 1; nsnd and .1 I.nw t en. .'. 3 4. I! 3. I ; Miss Hi'l"ll lee ami Mini, t 1 3.1 defeated Mlsi Atihv Bnrrlson ond c, .1 tlrlnln, 4 -I. 4 1. POLO GROUNDS DOUBLE HEADER r 1 . 1: ,. Purse It" gad upward: selling. ...11 99 ii'laveri. 4 to ii, 1 won. Putllali I. a... 9- 4 to I oad 3 I" I. sec i Hammer), tn to t. 13 third Time. It.'. ..r. e II. l lur Mabelle. ..I Chootori Mslooen aad slautolui s'.o I ran Seeend Rose Puree 4 401 iwa roar-eldsj oiling; five nt.. 1 a hsif furlongs: J 1 1. ihroO" . in...- Its. 1 in .. slid 1 KTergor). .') ond. Bxnieri lo 1 Slid '. to 1. 1 erf Volant 111 mdramode. Duks .Sags" 1. 13 n- or 4 t la I '.lea I. I to I und III Itaoomosi. I, second. M 1. 1 tn 1 0ld Pllly pelphla, l.c nf Lynn, rsa, J w la old oleO run Id. by w .elm 1 1 III Dell I POINT JUDITH TIES NEWPORT TP, llll I I ''If III. . Allot. i'iit un it I r4 Mill H.t ' k ll HI ji rry H4Mn I'm int. 1 OOAi Aug -'. W l 1 nr. u ho 11.1 ill uf tin' Nhul 0 S,ihl4. i i u It h another pgcg of irl lin k ' e ilmlt-i uImi of gnjf i lgng of hi pupithiM1 Whit I n.i' k o. running In i"irit. fr grnlcll purpn Mr i'hs ilg.QOO for tin POll f WI r HhOfrt l ,4 1 Uui : Tho ii, Haiti S i, ' 4 ki w or king Ith Honjttrk hn j with Ndi port nt lift It 1 1 1 1 ate i r in irmit, mill ir.uiii!- i,a'tt in futn ini Hound 'hiU Imn 1 nd ; , Mt'lln hint im i Kim 4.i,ti. 1: .1 c nrt t ; io4,o,r M It l 'hli.i. ' h 11 m i,,.,. AprM i' l-iight4ii.. !-rtoi Klfi.i, M 1 I I. un. I ini '.VI ' I '. I. ' if Knuml T 1 t ngh t t revit I1 1 1 1 1 44noi 1, 1 up. I'arrn.i thu It Utnild lu ti sun I him to tg pot fur th" twoygavr-old atgkg whit t ti i. iilgtvlou1 rio4?Titi htK hind iv. i DUt ' I.. Mi. M V4 .id fit t .it- St I Itiltvi f tit rn -iii nn. which win undgubtgdlF lwl i hi rtlrinm for th nton White MM' k i UU In the tiinp.iiiy of I ,1 hoodno hor whn ib1 nitangp urrd( 1 ia ll 11 ii ite rk in (k down shfirt ly a ft or M r i '.4e 1 i4 ol iii4l'l ii hlc nr. re for 1i.rn un to ' Kutiunti, twoyogr-wld .lo'k." M'''-f ami -Mink lui'l n,4ir..v t o ,tpi h nvhn Diikotg i Hlnlg tu hjla ' tiding t4. nuikg Ihwli way inrough iho lii l.l ot ftiiirt4on In iho- ilrnf ra- c. g)Olh I In. i t- I nt f..r- foiitiTlng tlie Mirnl. h, , it iiulrkly 0Ol ti p ami i i In. tgv I lug l lift t rltlfrg Og th1 grniml fgg boyi I g gfg unly hakti up Mart i a ond Ullo dlvldfd Ikg rldlnfl hisnora, eggi'h piloting two Hrlnnri Tommy M rgffelH lia.l iinoth' r .la iT gnd thia- tura Ii as o no rMtll'l tn hs-top up . M M n ning atrtgg in the gg i tn t- or t h duy i lllf I ..... Hull l-'iiiiraiimra. N a i: it At. a N sKTT PlMttt Ann -7. Tho itiit .lutliih Oountr ''lull broke nvtii in a tgni t'-ir iimtch ball fuurgorngg nvor tin- iuiKm cif iho rornior thin uftoniooii. The dofgat f (' M, ProHootl ami John it Kg 1 1 by rtrgnvlllg Kant- ami Hurry 1h UlHltftgTng of Nvnri whh ihe rhtgf wor- iiriHi. lo. PfgggKtl hn in-i rgnkod Vgry high Hli HI'HHtlll 'l lll- I UIIMIKII K'H : T. It ) ig gnd r al. l'iin!t, Jr.. I'.iliii ciwgvih i milt ii. dofggtgd i 1 I'grrln w.i ' i bury i g?g wpnM i h ii)i4i a in i i ' VVggaigff r.-4t-.i a. it l i mbgrt i'i i :i itixl I : I tlrfrrlKMii loiph .Ir . rtilm Judllll. ! tar gnd it. Ogmbrlll. ' hh.i gnd A U Thomaon. Iidm .1 ml gnd I wroiii "I li it. w s-vi port ifg url Igggndgl . Philip Ran igtd T I'ni- . it. Hogford nth. h fiHtMi ml .i iimii otjga lit! I t 4 lllf tl , Q 1 1 o r 1 1 n gnd II. I "i:. N'awpurtg i upi i lira u.. Kan ami 1 1 r r I .a un 1 .1 g ggg port, dorggttd 1' M. ithi mt gnd K. ytli, paint Judith. 1 up. 0, H. (ui Uui ami ll, fi i '. Jr.! ofgggd j Wyla and r . P Rgndolpk Polni Ju-ii.h s iirni I Ti im grora Plni .luHith, ji Now port, .1 ' ii'KM'tn r N, J., Aug. J7 riu- will !.' a ttOUbld hgogliT a I I Uv polo gruunctg hwrg loviigoffuw. ti goufMli ilk.' m hggglalll Hltniciion. Inn in hln egg)! p ft a hat t If royal bgtW'gtl ihe KttnuiOll p)ola four gnd tht i mniI i'r t Uto4grg a thf L j tii i gftgriKMin ivgiili tu' ntkfttoti he.! I Wi'en I ni' Pitaiiin Hock U a mlei erM a ml ltal gg Un eoond VglUi loth fur iiu- ' loulg m Hpntlnwky cupg in tin1 DmI rAlO ami I . Clttb'g 'ii -i annual ( polo tnurnainei t. Thi wlniifi.s of to-tnor- i ; row'v Kiuiien will piny the linn ni.it. h , .M.Mila al lrt noun. Ttlg hiM'ili nf the Itutn.-toii-1 nal Krei-- I OOt Org gTaVnig will h Kuinwni, u, , W. S. .halt. .Ir ; So, I, .1. Keren ; ( VullM : No, .'I. Iliwgnl S. Hordgfi j ligsi'k, j w Hut tour, re.ti ITrgaibootgtrg, so. i 1,1), JagOn U.it4is. o. I'hilip Hfiyet : ! So ', Willi. un ' ; Sitniiln t4tRf . bgvOki ' ii i : i ; iigrggnhglmg) V hethgr or not ' HUirgVOIl will he ahle to enon)e a ' hamln-ap f ' fOghl L'OnOgdfKl tin Dgg.1 ' I'li-i lMrOln s the tiuratinn. Tlie Haim- lincui-M wilt prevail In the other granin I ,h III ) gWflgdfty'g gHITIg l"t ween (he 1 IMptOofl lioeh VmlirerH atul Ileal. In Which ln.il gygg hea'eti h the Mf of 4 '. Ill t-j gjOgg, mi t Moryfi, uini . Ht.'.' ;i to 1. II la , t. n.i Ltfllgml, tfl iR)''". ip I. Lhlro. Tlmg, inn uth Carltn. M Immune, in-. Sniit.t.i Hh k - MariRiii.i itmi iiregnwoiq giao rnn Thini Rgeg -Ftji " AM i fourygr ami . i v ., ! i ilggBlgcligafl ; . . gbuul tun mllgi loll l Ichael. I4.i wiiltHtns i. 1 tn I, i t 1 ami oat. Hon; Krt.g I in (Browggrii 1,1 tn i. 3 tu i gnd tn .. - Ondi (mnnrc. 14C i Hni-flli, 4 tu I I to i gnd I tn J. thlr.l hmti 3 4 Lil ian Krlpp. Thg Afthaii ami .Ion Ugfgty alan ) ran I'oarth ItHr Tin ' year -ultla ggd Up Wgfdl I ion , an ll tig . ont mile Mgrtun I Uglety, V7 ( I'allahan i, 4 to 1. 7 tn B an I 3 tn i, WOOj Last Hpitrk. 91 iMorrlai. 7 tu 1, I tn I ami - to I. m. gnd - Atnphlnti to. lAmbrgggli h to t. 8 tn j ami D to ft, thlr.l Time. I 44 3 ft, Pgppgrtgueg, i pgndthrlfli lrlh Hegrt ami I'rlm . ithu pgfd Hlao ran l' i rt ii Hut e - Thrffgyggrolda ami up wgru; aeiitng. Bv ani . half furtongg: Pommonglgi ' n4 (Mcpermott i, h to : 7 I to lo ami I in u. won, Wutrr I.lh (Kiiynek). I tn ti. 3 tn f. ami 1 to 3. ond i Privet I'M a 1. 117 t Hmy t h I. 7 to t.. U ami tn ... third. Time. 1:0 4 Lgdy Hounttful. Kginont. Hemphlllu ftftrgodywini gnd Hui glao ran sum itiit Purgg $mo. thrtg yggroldi ami upward Hlng; an mile ami . n leenth: Katerpe (Attorn. 8 to I, 3 tu ami :( i-t ,., WOni M.ike in. I Can. ) tn , J lo ., ami 1 tn ti. 10i i ftlcl 'arty i. I ;, to i nd to :', thlnl Time, :5I LPrada Johnson, rgiioao, fttngrlock iit'inifs Mmi gplndlt bI"'1 rgg Sevrnth ltae Thre e.ir gjdg ami up artl ; one mllo an i alglggnlhl RUnwgy III) (Callahan . 3 to 1 , e eti ami I to 1 Tiw Hump. ' i-ooper) POSSIBLE WINNERS OF SARATOGA RACES TO-DAY iii.t Haee lolroee, I'eaiaagse, 4 tint J title, Sorond Herr Weltlsblp, ii Hart, hniuhi nt Herri. 'I hint Kaeo rSugtpsug rairi, to i ax Smoke, i urge. Koarlfc iturr Ruaaier, Virile, sigr Mate i mil Kaeo i aritiui sboaesoi Kagle, SKIS Usee High Huree, liuud ' "HUM i. iinii Rodleld. TO-DAY'S SARATOGA CARD. iinri. liters a-as ilenin nl snd Die ntet'stnetit Mall, . lo.A.I very line I't gt h "I extra.. 31 1, -i -II otsii I si nrsis, i ' i . i -. Il'ie.: Wi I .lirtte.. t, ., Si nt..r. Hi... .. 34 kennory hlieo. Hh. -iienui ry. t.ri.ii n. ST i tt lla'n ill.lt I V light ea SVesh eglraa, Itrsts, svuiiils, ! Ig fi i (Oi rofrlgsr" 'tills, 31 '. Jltsl' faa. i' .13 .1 til mix.) , oiers ties, fat ill. k, i . u .nl 'spntlS Ml I. lis 'it hers ?. an-t against ni mi I'SBltgl h .1 l.l K I'' ' i I. Tit v S'earl aero i i, ..u..i . I f" rssterilai eolunto " a- ilea ' The rather neat.":.. I ihe market nf tiie .a aero nstna prli'ss ah spres. t... u se't greller. aero afl Powl. I04i : ;. llr. .11. n i: ten it',. Duks, l-III'lllg 1 l ' . I .1' - Kp St , ! -prlngs, I ' afg. I I n HI ill.. Pigs nil nf tiii . .ir i - IraSe, a ml 'ig reielpt. in. I ilir 'a i k tin- .ipenii.r si "h' "i tin H. l'i I -ro. I v ' . i.n taing Island lag, 7I, 41 He "in in,. i ,,i.',. II 'i 1 ir ties.e fn.'. .1 Slates ilurln f.ir 'In- nrevlnus .... ... s"ni "it r..r tiir eon leg week ISI, .. lot) The sr.it.. it n i "I. v...i Knglsnd. '. ' I s l Western, Northivesiern. ror v intern, IS i 'an ids had ". in fin the prseeillng aeek Ahou rent, .f ill n. .-rns faiiins li.nl ..' '... than I'.""" .ml v p. r . from II..004 t.i l3i,iinn eaplial I'etitlnna in Hankeiiptrj J s MIKVR MII.I.IXKItV i'i.MPAMT i n e. t;,. -: t- . , i.."it;..i In I rrsdltors l.ianllHlsi sold I ;.ooo .1 4Ci.lt IIKUVt VV i . tgs, lis llreeno li'h sirei i ink runt , v l'i rreillti.es I ha. Ii triniafrr:. .I ll.Sno S'l.r I. ..r . Iiait.lt.. t.. lit. inf,. ., f,,,. ytl.r, unit tii' he transferred tn rest ..f the staek In hulk t.. v Urnssman alio, a'llh Mr !'' had Ini'nrpnrnlrd t Itermoni t- M- II' t mil I Hi .ilIiI r.., anils le i petllement with mtiei ..f hi. tn Ut iptei hv q t.. ah,iut Ini'tei petiti sn.l Ml th .-. .1 Its i lit. I,. Kii-si iiii'i' Km' Ihree-year-ultli uaril. selling : ais furloirga l,r,.-e .i.; Ki iiiii.ni. Una Kruislr 1111 "Mh..i, iloudvytxs ., ioi btaraa.' Sarartvet IW'OllM .In., i Kveiyn t' i.4 'iiasier tut 'Orgad 104 aOOOnd lla r The 14evei ii i, i stei Haraliaap: toe ihroe-eeoi ..iii. an.i ...... i , t : n ii in te. VVel,-llll . . Knight M i :.:i nnril lta. e IHO 1 1 1 1 111 . In Ol'ISI SlI lll!'l"ll- I 1 Arlileveoiem , .13.'. SI Rerk IOI I Una.' 1"T PrilMS nl i iHin-tiin i". iiniin nant IH.lri.ma UOOhii'lr ITeUIXI IIU Klll1le. Stiinke l''T I'mnern v iniri ii ita. e i in saraiti. ., i .n stir. ' " .ii:si:ii 1-ini.TiiV igvlei tn. .'i - ape. lea I'- ' euae . rt , i : - .ni Th nrii .1 ram 1 war, Hrm, sttli.ui in. ken. grs gro, . k vv ... is ahle ly .1 in.,. lata'e inn 1 I t..i'. gmj . lltakel)., lil'h t e.t. 1111 s uutslde nuntotlo.is ;n lrrisn or In iri en puultrif 'lift a aiss I. ..I Thri ll eke mt 1 v 1 nrke m'i.i pair. 3D. " t.. atsro r Hi, 1 ,'.. Iced fnwla hang. ..f j ins larger ruuhl h 11 v itl Klght Rndrr pupl i .nt. nf 4 : un.. K.VflltKst v t li .tt. . 1, 4 Co., tl ".I Iiu I" dollar, in. Ill Ka ' .f ' 'I1.1 1 . i 11 ni h0ik tl . 31. 11 a. Ill if .1' ' .il'.l 1.1 1. - ro"li aver Petition VI. TIIANMI'l is., liayrr In it,ar.,i-, v ir. U .till Tra It had a a llisn.lssed. ' It T A THIN dismissed I " Iprll : ' Kl H.i' 1 Arl it ii ipks'li war upwoiHl; 1 r 1 Seliiilllnsei 1. levond; Mitt. 1.1. Id ItniiiniT Virile ... Pitlh Hoie a .nril : n tmlii I'm It. 111 ti . khgiiesM 1 111 i. 1 1::: sl.u . . 181 llr .lull" .inh tfr three year olds 1: Nellnu . .ns. tin,.. . ll)'.' KskV a'' Chan .107 .117 1 1' no . inT 1"7 lor thria iiid 'v furlongs: 1. mt mil " I.e. .11 11 nil. itl.. I.. I'rli., fowls Weo.ern. Iiosedi 'a' lbs ami '..'.1 " 11 1'.-tei it, seamen, torge I4WO li.. . L ed XV 'ti. dry nh-kert, I u ih. "' 1 I". 144, lltgr.; Southern ami" I v. 1 ni'-.. chickens fr. -ii. nearby 1 and ' In lo pair, : ,1 Sic . Vir, ,. mig r,-,i S and 3".. ll" t" pair, !Se . ..ti er Snuthesn I ond i'j it"- f04i ;'ir 1 Western, milk fs i i 9 ond 1 it" 0 1 it 3.' dry picked, rorn rod I II am) 4 in.. 1401 10c. ; n. rooster! i?tr i?e .iui..)... prttns viHia in Its. le doaen !: mi 11 in. . in. 1 11,.. tj :,o pr.ot.n--Turkeyi. dry picked, selected, 31. Wa.' cm ' leva., i.tfl.',.' I'lil.ki'tia I' I" bog, llllll" fe.l 411 I" 4T 11... je,; 41 ' pi ami over '.'I'm '-'3. com fed, 43 tn 4: lb. Ilo.; IV I be an. I mar, 20,' Pnwls, 1:' to iii. r.o lbs sii. I in.' i" dogen. lie. i no to 3a lbs.. i4'.e old raostsro. liailHc SUB-TREASURY STATEMENT tMi'ivr t s titles ' SgOlllal ll .l I .. " '4t .V VI lil'.l. Jtlllg VI ii tlrshaiii sp4 ami rsporl bank, opli American 3 It 0 31 ,11 e- . til. ! Vie,'lal vi i Homed IN 1 1 I'HNT STOIlRgaa M Dei I . al Inted .1,1.1" . ri 1 1 IllOSll'r t " take let limiii v .ii i in- im" ii .- r.. i " 'i petit ' "i Hied as 1 1 '. .till l-lftl by .. n I ha Ita ' .Ml I. in. I ihi t ii. .hi ired i" V llll VII V VI .'"I' till -I llkrupl Mehedule PISH 'in III' In a I 31 hi fintiold Uoiklonold llfi'Roster Star Slalh It""r Pnr lan-yeor-olils; selling: inn .i nan i in i nt iv - THI'HI stub Trees tri hank" to Sub' I'AV " hank" Tree -nr. .1,411. A0 i, tii tioo ml 3 tn ti)4 i Nerger '. ' third. I'lltia, 1 . .V I na-.tiiii. Mallets t" I I ran. second; Bean Pare. 3 to 1 ami evan Subject, The I'll,,, snd ITnils Han glio Mi.. IMiill.ni In and tint llelntns llanil Walloon Nollt Sal VorStf Hah II",". . l '7 .Iiimi.i Ikiunael ..!"! H.al IteilHel l llsijervit WI K , K. mis . , ,.ti: in. ni HT Ins .113 . bankl on .lay trsn-. 13.1.11 004 SIN'.'I'. PltllMV t VST lilb Teeasiiry to bank- IIT.3II.I44 ..ink- I.. ? t I'reaaiir) 13,3V nil Villi III! bunkh tl.eti' 4 Mil 'S pourll "I II. i- HINHKIli It. ItllS. I Ml lal cliodulea sin imlnsl aaa. I. Ill linn ' M V It K. V I IV, , ssslgmnei - h ..r l,4t, iiomin i lllal aa.e a ,.f llll, nmiiiKN, i. .hh. a . ell ,ji I ll.l. III. " . --IS' III l.a la urg ni, - I,. ,. '.. '"'in at a. I. f I III PAN V, I h I' . atreot asslg n. Vll I. be l'i-- -i a 'I'll' a a.ae ' f It, Apirentiuo aiinn.in.e claimed li.lll lo be 1 1 li ..Ilk- Ml .'. k I" I J A. i loblli r In . .i ik ritpti i it I is V.iS H VA I i i iiiltigs, THKV iian.ifsi ii".