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News and Views of Sporting World Financial Newj?Stock Market Prices
Martha Washington Hancft
Cdip Captured by Clem
ents* Entry; Eagle This
tle Takes Jump.
Laurel, Md.. Oct. 10?The real
Thing guym mixed ln with the long
sthot artiste at Laurel Park today
and honor* were about evenly di
vided. The feature o? the card wae
the fourth event. Mary Maud from
? th? Clemente* stable with Rodri
gues on top walked out in front in
the Martha Washington Handicap
while an outsider ^Arriet fi-om the
Moore Barn landed second honors
with Maud Bacon the favorite In
show position.
No track records or features went
by the board during the afternoon
although the second race, which
was a jumping affair at two miles
saw Jockey "Dot tie"* Byers given a
terrible call from tbe stewards.
Man Slayer was pretty well out on
top when Byers pulled his rough
riding act and cut across at the
seventh jump which placed the
Wtedner horse all the way out* of
the running. Many critics may fig
ure the disqualification of Man
Slayer charged against the Jockey,
but Byers up on Elect pulled the
dirty stunt and was only repri
. manded for his action. Eagle This
tle ran first in this cross country
event with Melos second and Cloots
A modern class of horses faced
starter Milton during the day with
the jumping rece and the handicap
booked as the features. In the six
furlong which opened the program
Ima Kay landed the honors from a
field of fourteen thoroughbreds.
Zouave put up a great race until
the final drive when both the win
ner and Sturdee nosed him out for
The Triple Spring F.arm, with the
great 2-year-old Penrose and
Jockey Kummer up, did the trick In
the Bon Ton purse, which was third
of the card, at six furlongs. His Sla
ter, cleverly ridden, came with a great
rush, but was not equal to the oc
casion of knocking off the son of
Sweep-Hen rose. Antoinette. under
clever handling, came up with many
extended strides and was ridden out
for third honors.
In the first distance event. Ken
tucky Boy. under Kummer's eJever
riding, captured flrst place. Polroma,
the imported filly from the Smith
stables, got place position, and
Pleasant Dreams, owned by Commo
dore J. K. L. Ross, finished third.
The sixth saw a bunch of selling
platers doini the hike of a mile and
seventy yards. Capt. Ral Parr put
across the winner when his three
year-old Polroma won with Sea ?
T'rchln second, and an entire outsider.
Zinnia, finishing In the rut.
Gaily Head, the good thing to date ?
of the Maryland meeting, with Johnny
McTaggart in the pigskin, did the
stunt ln the finality at a mile snd
seventy yards. Too many of the
"wl.ee ones" wero next to the Seagrain
entry, which cut the price down a few
pees and Trainer Bringloe's entry
only nsAA 19.10 to win. In gettine out
in front thi* 4-year-old showed Its
heels to Bellringer, who was second,
and Silver Sandle third. The favor
ite. Cavan Boy, was no where to be
PRST RAfB-Vtar 8-yesretfc and upward;
eUimiag; * toloasa Won hy Ina ???t (Rndri
tun?, tt.99, ?.!?. 7 ?>? *e . FHnr?ee (MrT*?jr
iprt?. ?=.??. 9?: third, Iiaan 'Kl-Mfn), 12.?.
Tima 1:1? 3-5. Sandman 2nd, Yankee S-M?-t?.
IX Caair-hell, I*ftea Widow Bedotte, June
Bmc Oor Meal*. Lan tana ?od Onico aleo ran.
SECOND .ttA'T?!***'Steepler.??: selling; abr-nt
J mil??*?. Woo i? R?gie Thistle. ?2D, 3>.J9.
11.7?: neerrnd. Meine. ?.30. 5.90; AM, ?ClontA
IM Time 3:41 ?-5. Bert. Bfb Re-lfleld. ion
tend-T. Bonr*ie Cei*r and Mohican also ran.
THIRD RACE-V.t t-s**TOid Hsjae; 9 fnr
1 asa Won b?' P r? l?tase (Kummer). 3.99, ? .SO.
?.?: *ecr?d. His Stfat 'Korirtffue?.. 3 10. 2.70.
Third. Anti!Ti???tte (KelasD, 3.50. Time 1?0?.
Mt Pr*?rT?d, LiiUan hhtw and Chimney i*wift
a.???"? ran.
FOURTH 1?G??For flUie?i airi mares, all
agea: Martha. Washington Hanriia-ap: 1 mile.
W -p bt ?*?t Vinti ?Rmirime??. 9.*?. ??9, mit*
mtemm??, \me-t rPVfcm??. Z99. e?t: third. Mand
Ramo (Kimim^r?. out. Time I'M, Kathleen
a1?*?, nn
FIFTH ??G?-Fnr 9-ytmr *1A\f and upward;
?Firing; I1? mil*.?.. \\ ?p bv Kertmiy Bot (Rum
mer', 7.50. t.a;. 2?; ? tetrnt?. pflflmia (?Vllis?),
?V?. 3.3); tlnrd. Plea-fnt Dream? fflSader),
Flrat race?Mia. Vo?ki. Ar
mant. Blindarla.
Second race?"Ktntore. Sibola.
Third r?c??Subhadar, Bal
laat, Wiseman.
Fourth race?King Neptune,
Judge ?eVingfleld, Monomoy.
Fifth race?Sybil. Lur Lou.
Misa Filly.
Sixth rae??Charley KcFer
ran, Lazy Lou, Captain Ray.
Seventh race?Ben Hampton,
Clark M.. Grayson.
17*0. Ttm. 2 OO. Den, Monocacy and DaJxoj.
also rao.
SIXTH RALE For J-jear-oH. and upward;
claiming; 1 mil. and 70 yard? Won br Bravado
iKumaracr), 9.90. 5.60, 3.70; sescond. Se. Urchin
iKelejay), ?,?, 2.50; third. Zinnia (Huff), 2.80.
Tim. 1 ?3 2-5. Todeling, asm Besteh, Bln. Ban
nock. My Collarette, Helen Attuti .rad Veldt
asso ran.
SEVENTH BACK?For S-xsar-oIdi and up
ward ; cl.iminaSK 1 mile aad TO yarda. Woo tay
C,?lley Head rMcTaggartl. 10.90, 0.70. (,?0, ?sre
oird, BellringfT tSnesdman). ?.20, 2'?; third,
??"Hiver ?sand.1. (?TTolHnal. 7.30. Tim. 1:43?.
Square Sa?t. Stradi,srins. Stout Heart. Buten?..
Isabella. Glory Belie. Casan Bo; and High Lose
also r?rr.
?Mans Slayer, third, but diaQualitlesJ.
?.Stradi, anua, third, but disqualified.
PIR-ST RACE-For .Vyear-olds- telling; l aula
and 70 yarda Woo by Matin?? Idol, 9 to 3, ? to
10. 1 to 3; awc-o-nd. Renier, tt to S. 1 to 2;
third. Merest. ? to 5. Siuptingon lied, S omit?**
tnd H. H. Bucfener ?ilso ra?.
HBX?ND RACE-For 4-jcar-olda and upward;
claiming; 1 mile and 70 yink Won by Wot-d
trap. 3 to l. 8 to S, out; aecond. Whimsy. 3 to
5. out; third, ?Barry Shannon, out. ??-Tcbbear??
eleo ran.
THIRD RACE-For 3-yeaj-old* and upward:
Liberty Bond; ? furious?? Won by Star Spane?
led, 13 to 3D, 1 to 4, out; ?wcond. Ultima Titule,
? toS, I to 2; third, Arrah Go ?On, out. Oex.
Nolawp and Sleepy Hata alao ran.
FOURTH RACE-For 2-year-olda: The
Oceanua Handicap; ? furlooga. Won by War
Pennant, ??eu, 1 to 3. out; h-cood. Ltwrd Bngh
toQ, ? to 10, out ; third, Sw?p On. out. War
Marre!. Uader Mi? and Grimalkin alno ran.
KIPTH RACE-Foe maiden 3-year o?da and
upward; 1 mil? and 70 yarda. Won by 1'uint to
1'oint, 11 to i, 4 to S, out; aef-ond, Saatia.fo.
4 to 5, out; third. Puta .and Calia, out. Bit.
Put Master ar.d Roae Fin alao ran.
.SIXTH RACE?For 3-year-olda; ? fnrlonga.
Won by Tliundwrlap, 12 to 5, ?eten, mit ; ae-co.id,
Thistledon, 3 to 5. out; third. Tip,.ter, out
Aint Dinail tia., ran.
FIRST RAOE-Fts* .nd onehaJf furlong*,
?'irder*. 71?; Armsnt, 11?; Honest ?ieorge. 11?;
Mia? Vcaaki. Ill; Lit? Iaa.lv, 111: Bersaie Helmet.
HI; Avion, MS; Prerraricat.. 11?: Sunntngdale.
17?; Mormon Elder. 114; Sondar?a, 111; Marl.
Oain.ll. Ill; Rhaj?. Ill,
? SECOND BA07--fan? mfl.. Kintore. 11?;
Causan o- Mine. 112; Scarter? Bench. 117!; a
I'landit. 112: Pazza. 109: Tim? ria, 112: Winnie?
lard. 100; Alma B. MO; Phavtiama, 172; Georg.
Washington, 1:2; Little? Buaa, 112; I'artiahty,
113; Galli., 112; Scintrsbridsr., Ill; Sitxjls, 709,
Bar Coy, 107.
THIRI? RACE-Sii frrrlongs. Wiseman. 130:
Reti? Roberta?, 105; Rea-hetor'e Blis?, 95; Stats?
hador. 100; B?llaar. lot.
Fot'RTK RACE-? hie mil. .nd TO yard?. Co
balt. 107; Queen ol Sera, .10; Jude Wingfield.
71a; King Nevatiine, 115; Mon.rmuy, 115; Hauberk.
Oa; Buckb?ard. 113; AM.har?n. 115; Th? De
eissoo. 173; King John. 100; Cobalt Lasa, 10?.
Finn RACE?One mil.?. Mail. IB; Julia L.
UH; Mia? FiUev, MB : Farrv Lergarnd, K?5: bolina.
702; Millracr, 94; The Dean. 107- Lauy Lou. ?M;
Miwllaa?. 1?*2; Serrneat, 106; Statina, 9?; Hsef?,
::tl; Wrdow BedoUe, i?>7; VaJ?i?r, 104; N'igei.
SIXTH RACE- On. and orrse-alxteaanth mile?.
Eddie Henry, lie : Rrermsn, 111 ; Chilton King.
110; Cmmpeall. 110; Charley McKenran, 105; Man
o' the ? sir. :<H; L?e. U, 113; Suit Bini. 110;
Peerless Ore, 7:0; L'lnnnnir-r, 110; Captain Bay
IDS: IMin,. HC.
SEVENTH RACE-On? and oner-airteenth
mile? Clark tt.. U?; Dartalorth, 110; Kezuh.
?0~; Garrene. IM; Ben Uampeco, 110, Grartsan,
FIRST RACE-For ?.year-old. aod oo; ?elling;
? fur: mas. Keelstible. 115; Riaerside. 110; Thistle.
109: Masque-, 115; Mnnibo Jumbo, lift. Broasni
Peddler. 112; Orderly. 11!; Golden Kir?. 112,
Poor B.ittertly, 109: T.rosa J. 100; ?I'..llyanna.
110; Tarqnip. 110; Favorir, !I5; Miaa Bon, 100,
Libawty StM. 112: Peep Sight, 11?.
SlrTCOND RACE-For t-yesu-erld. ?od op.
claiming; one mil. and one-sixteenth. Highland
I; finlirU, 106: Fasorjr, 101; ?Hondo.
105; Deck Mate. 110; Wild Thyme. KB; Garbage.
TaiRO RACE-For J year-old? and op; sell
ing; h?n?li,?p; 1?. mile. ?Conduit, 107; Gain.
Sj.iir. IS!; Daddy'? clioice, 104.
FOIRTH KACE-Fcr 3 year-old?; The Al
hembra Selling Suite? of ??000; 1 mile and 70
lalarJa, GaaUern King, 10"; Star Spanned, U0;
H?rIi Ctsst, 110; Panaman. 116; Lucullite. 116.
FIFTH RACE-For ?>e-?r-old? ?nd op; tell
ine-: 1 mile aad 70 yarda. Jackmonnt, 115;
Poacher, Ite?: Tr>rrhl>eerer. 115; Lisely. 115; Har
?rood 2nd. 115; Koliinror. 112; Air Man. 115.
SIXTH RACE-For iyeir-olda; SV, furlong?,
I. 113, Lastly M.irv. lo?; The Trump.
1770: Cimi?, 115; Your.g Arlamr. 115; Thnnrler
sKrm. 115: Bsllet Dancer "?nd. 112; Lerkasranna.
112; Sinn Feiner. 109; Different Eye?. 109: look
ing G?. 112: Maggi. Maitland, 116; Tableau
D II. rneur. 100: I'ndertlre. 175.
*.\; prentice allowance claimed.
Idol of France Boxing World
Wants to Perform m
United States.
New York, Oct. 10?Georges Car
pentier, greatest of French boxer?
and Europe's heavyweight cham
pion, who has added to the fame
he gained as a ringman by his ex
ploits in the world war. is anxious
to return to the squared circle and
would meet Jack Dempsey. Infor
mation to this effect is contained ln
a letter written by Victor Breyer,
the French sportsman and journal
'Of late I have noticed'in some
of the American journals that Car
pentier haa made up his mind to
retire from the game." says Breyer.
: "I have seen a great deal of the
young man lately and I can assure
j you it is all a mistake. He is in
(splendid health now; in fact, since
he entered the Joinville Military
School of Physical Training he is
transformed and has never been
"His one desire now is to see the
war finished, so that he may sta? t
again, and he is quite eager about
it. At present he is giving quite a
number of exhibition bouts all over
? the country, especially in the Amer
ican camps, where he ia very popu
| lar. If anything he is heavier and
| would welcome a match with Jack
, Dempsey or any other star when
the war is over. I have never seen
, him box with better judgment and
his hitting is more powerful. Ther
lare many of the American boxa'
I here who are fine boxers, and Car
; pentier is not overlooking any
I chance to improve hie own styl^."
| At various times since Carpentier
?entered the service of his country
j in 1914 conflicting reports concern
! ing him have been received in this
' country. At one time It was said
that his duties as a soldier in the
field had put such a strain upon
him that he was in very bad shape
and probably never would be able to
regain his form. At another time
he was reported to have injured his
lungs through excessive cigarette
smoking to such an extent that tt
was Impossible for him to box more
than abound or two without sorely
distressing himself, and It was
freely predicted that hist career as
a boxer was definitely ended.
Of late, however, more favorable
reports of the Idol of French boxing
fans have come out of the war-torn
land. One of these came from
"Sparrow" Robertson, now In Franre
as a physical director for the Y. M.
C ?., who recently wrote to the
t'ffect that Carpentier was in fine
condition and would welcome an op
portunity to come to this country.
P.reyer's letter, therefore, confirms
the report sent by Robertson.
Chicago, Oct. 10.-Fa tiling Nelson,
seriously ill in a hospital here wi*h
Spanish Influenza, is flat broke. The
former light-weight champion, who in
his palmy day? was wealthy, appealed
to his fHends yesterday for aid.
"I am not asking charity," said
Nelson. "All ? want Is the return of
some of the $.200.000 I loaned friends
in the days when I had plenty."
The Durable Dane said his father
had tied up all his property at Heee
wlsch. 111., and refused to aid him.
lie has not enough to pay his hos
pital bills, he said. Nelson is threat
i ened with pneumonia.
California Sportsman Retires the
Largest Stable Until After War.
New York. Oct.- 10.?A. K. "ifacom
ber, who has the largest string of
thoroughbreads in training, will be
out of racing until the close ot the
war, according to Information re
ceived by his trainer, *\*. B. Jen
nings, yesterday.
Two carloads of Mr. Macomber's
race horses have been shipped from
Kentucky to California and two
more carloads will leave ln the
course of the next few days. At th?
close of the Eastern campaif-?tlinse
horses which will be retalrPd for
racing after the war will be turned
out at a farm to be selected by
Trainer Jennings. ""
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"Tins most
$3-50 $4?00 tyl
,.oo i^joo $7.00 fe. $g.oo
You'll never need to ask "What U the price ?" when the shoe salesman is show
ing you W.L.Douglas shoes because the actual value is determined and the
retail pria--? fixed at the factory before W. L. Douglas name and the retail price
is stamped on the bottom. The stamped price is W. L Douglas personal
guarantee that the shoes are always worth the price paid for them.
("^tamping ti? prie? oc ?very pail of shoes as a "The qualityof yT.L.Douglas product is guaranteed
-?' protection against high prices and unreason
able prints is only one example of the constant
endeavor of W. L. Douglas to protect his cus
tomers. W. L. Douglas name on shoes ia his
pledg? that they ar? the best in materials,
workmanship and style possible to produce at
tha prie* Into arery pair go the reaults of sixty
six ?rears exp?rience in making shoes, dating
back to the tima when W. 1. DougLaa waa ? lad
of aerea, pegging subes. ]
I by more than 40 years experience in making fine
shoes. Tbe smart styles are the leader? in the fash
ion centres of America. They ar? made in a wall
equipped factory at Brockton,Mass.,by the highest
paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and
superriaioo of expenencedjnen.all working with ao
honest determination to make the best shoes forth?
price that money can buy. The retail price? are th?
same ererywher? They coat no mora in San
Francisco than they do in New York.
CAUTION ? Before -roa buy be sur? W. L. Deaf lot name and tbe
retail price ie stampavi on the bottom aad th? inside top facing.
tf tb? stamped pre. ba? been mutilated. BEWARE OF FRAUD.
For sal?? irr i 05 W ?,,G??,?? stor?? and ?t?t 9.000
W.I? lloQ?; la? d?a?ler*. orean b? ordered direa-tfroua
W. I- Dooglaa? by mail. Sera?! tor booklet telling
tv?-? la? order abo?? ihr-inrh th? mail, po*tng? irne.
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Big Game Called Oll.
The football contest sched
uled foi this afternoon between
Central High School and Poly
technic Institute of Baltimore
has been cancelled on account
of the quarantine of the Cen
tral High team by the District
Coach Carl Metiler ?aid laat
night that his charges wouid
not take part in any games this
week as they have not been
working out since the close of
school. The squad has not been
doing any sort of practice in
preparation for any games un
til the school is opened when
the ban is lifted.
Jim GafTney Gives Owners
Until Monday to
Pay Up.
New York. Oct. 10.?When the
baseball races were shut down by
the government on September 1 of
this year it was predicted that sev
eral big league clubs would be un
able to .withstand a period of war
idleness and would go under finan
The first crack is likely to take
place in Boston, where the National
League club is about to go on the
James E. Gaffney, former owner
of the club and a contractor of this
city, said he would take back the
franchise next Monday unless the
present owners of the club met their
obligations. There Is a considerable
sum due Gaffney for rental of
Braves Field, while the present own
ers also are behind in the payment
of Interest on bonds held by Gaff
ney and associates.
The Boston Nationals had been
sailing: along on half a rudder for
some time and their finances were
not in the best condition even be
fore General Crowder issued his fa
mous "Work or Fight" order.
Percy Haughton resigned aa presl
dpnt of the club to accept a com
mission as major in the chemical
warfare service. The club since
then has be-*?n without a real execu
tive, its affairs having been left in
th?? hands of Walter Hapgood. Its
business manager.
The Boston Nationals are owned
I by a syndicate of NVw Kngland
? bankers, who purchased th?* fran
1 chlM from Gaffney in 3916. The
1 club lost money continually from
the time the new owners took
charge and has been on the market
for the last two years. But in these
war time8 there are few baseball
purchasers. Kfforts were made to
sell the club back to GafTney at a
considerable loss, but Gaffney would
not buy it.
New Tork. Oct. 1ft.?One 4>f the sad
dest tales of the football season is
that Georgia Tech is not cornine
north to ploy Pennsylvania in Phila
delphia on Nfivemher 16. The Atlanta
athletic authorities had the assist
ance of the military commander to
try to work out a schedule whereby
it would be possible for the ? even to
Journey to Franklin Field, but under
the War Department regulations It
was found that it would be impossible
to make the trip in the forty-eight
hours leave granted by the depart-i
The Southerners feel keenly their
inability to meet the Quakers, for
they are anxious to demonstrate that
their 41?0 victory over Fol well's
team last year was not a fluke. John
He is man had only fair material to
build from, but the eleven is devo1
oplng rapidly and, according to r*
port, compares favorably with, the
husky outfit that went through 1917,
so ostentiously. winding up with a
Air claim to the national football
Light-weight Boxer Had Eventful
Career in Prize Ring.
Boston, Oct. 10.?Matthew (Matty)
Baldwin, former New England light
weight boxing champion, died at his
home in the Charlestown district to
In his'fighting career, which be
gan in 1902 and lasted until he was
knocked out by Charlie White three
years ago, he took part In scores of
bouts in various sections of the
country and met many of the best
men of his weight. Bxcept In his
flnal battle he was never knocked
Thenton. K. J.. Oct 10.?Mixed box
ing bouta will be permitted ln New
Jersey under a ruling of the State
Boxing Commission made at the
meeting this afternoon. There was
no opposition to the meeting of the
whites and blacks when the matter
was brought up for final disposition.
Leo Vincent, of Philadelphia, and
Lew Cardell. of Newark, who staged
a farcical exhibition at the Acorn
Club arena, thi*T city, a few weeks
ago, were clfed to appear before the
commission at a meeting in Newark
October 21 and explain the charges
brought against them by the trustee?
of the Acorn Club.
Laurel Park
October Meeting
1st to 31st Inc.
First Rice 2:15 P. M.
Seven Races Daily
Admission, $1.65, Including
War Tax.
Ladies, $1.10; Boxes, $3.30.
II. at. O. xmeo trnln leaves Union
?tatloH at lilS direct te icrand stand
?tr?<?? also at 12x01 ?od 2 p. at.
Jm\*golat Jfit* Q. tra?a* atmg at ???f*
Loan Rally Speeches Add
Stimulus W)
New York, Oct 10.?With the ex
ception of Mexican Petroleum and
Mercantile Marine preferred, both of
which were very active and strong,
the ?tock market was fairly-ateady
today with a few net advance?, and
some net loases. U. 8. Steel acted as
though It had been overt-old by pro
fessionals. The war stocks were ell
stronger, and there was good accu
mulation In those that are distinc
tively peace Issue?.
Corn had another weak market,
new low levels being made In some
options followed by recoveriea on
technical (?-rounds only.
When Mexican Petroleum touched
129 7-S yeeterday. it reached the high
est price at which it had ever sold,
and caught some clever profession
als on the wrong pide of the market.
Texaa Oil *? ? r-niit? t
Texas Oil had a ?harp advance also,
but that is a developed company, and
ite asset.?? are well known and ac
knowledged by even the traders. The
company haa recently developed ex
tensive sulphur ?deposita which will
be of gu-at value should the war laat
and of considerable value anyhow.
Continental Can moved up more
than three points, and American Can
waa well bought. These stocks are
near the top of the peace list for
many reasons. Their heaviness now
la hard to explain on any other the
ory than that the insiders do not hap
pen to be holding many shares. That j
Is also probably the reason for L*. S. j
Steel's peculiar action.
?*'??, h.nn.'ik?' \ rnn.ii?i. . ?t
U, S. Steel aiuiounced today that]
unlilled orders on its books were ?
?161,137 tons less on Oct. 1 than on j
Sept. 1. The volume of tonnaee is aj
matter of no consequence, because !
there will be more tonnage than the
company can fill whether of war or
peace material.
Earnings of the steel companies as
a class will bear watching the last
half of this year because of recent
advances of wa*-;es and freight rate
increases. Karnings thus far reported
do not justify the hope of any im
provement over the figures of last
year. The thing for Investors to con
sider is whether prices of sto-^ks have
not tw*en discounted not --enly smaller
attuai earnings but the much smaller
amounts that will be left after pay
ment of taxes.
Strength of tobacco storks Is due to
the fact that as a class they have
made very material gains In earnincs
over the 1917 figures. American To
bacco was leader in the advances of
the tobaccos today.
The rise of the afternoon was helped
by the speeches for whi?*h trading was
suspended seventeen minutes. During
that Interval orders accumulated and
when business was resumed the mar
ke^became so buoyant that Interest
was sustained till the close.
New Tork. Oct. 10.?The minor
leagues must be given credit at
least for tenacity. In spite of the
war and the myriad Ills which it
has develop*? for the ?email leagues
the National Association will hold
Its annual meeting beginning on
November 12. at Teoria. The call
for the session was s??nt out last
night by John H. Farrell, and he
makes it clear that the minors have
a great deal to settle. The mepting
most likely will be the most impor
tant In the seventeen years' history
of the association, for the many ter
ritorial, franchise and other tangle?
brought on by th* war will have to
be unravelled and the question of
player rights settled.
The minor leagues now are con
fronted with a new danger, from
?**???? Ne'Onal Federation, a semt-pro
ff- ..al organization which plans
to operate in eight major and minor
league cities next season. The Fed
eration plans Saturday and Sundav
games, with the profits to go to the
War and Navy Department? Com
mission on Training Camp Activities
for the purchase of athletic equip
ment for the service. Tf the war is
over the Federation, which has b^en
doing business 1n th?? West for sev
eral years, no doubt will stick by
Its guns and seek s bigger and
wider field. Taken all in all. the
minors have a lot to ponder ov^r.
New York, Oct. 10.? Tommy Burns.
former heavy-weight champion, who
la low in the Canadian army and sta ?
tioned at Hastings Park Training
Camp. Vancouver. British Columbia,
believes that he can trim any one of
the present-day set of heavies For
some time Tommy has been tryincr to
arrange a benefit bout between him
self and Jess Willard or Jack Demp
sey. His attempts have been fruitless
and now he is making strenuous ef
forts to nr?t Willie Mechan, the Pa
cific coast h, ' '? recently wae given
a decision ove. " Dempsey in a
four-round affair ?-?-. ?no Pacific coast.
At the training camp Burns engages
ln ring contests and has defeated all
comers. He recently knocked out their
heaw-weight champion in four
Naval Academy Eleven to Entertain
Sailors from Norfolk Base.
Annapolis, Md., Oct. 10.?After
strenuous effort? the management
of the Naval Academy football team
has been able to secure an opponent
for Saturday ln the eleven of the
naval operation base team of Nor
folk. Va. The trame will open the
local season. It Is understood the
sailors have a strong aggregation.
Including some big college stars.
TMe Academy team will be far
from presenting its great strength,
as well over half the squad is In
capacitated by the effects of the
"flu." Butler and l-tobesrts are th?
only backs in shape, and hardly a
regular line man is really fit for
play. However. Dohle will put as
strong a team As possible on the
One hundred members of the Navy
Tard trap-shooting league will par
ticipate in the Inaugural saucer
throwing on Saturdav afternoon,
when the Machinist? will hold their
flrst match contest.
President (Jharlle Txave clRlms thlt
the Na-e-y Tard has some of ?he ?rest
gunmen It? the country and under 'he
' auspice? of the GovejAment Recrea
. Uaa lm*?4 till?? ?dtotet will bo belt?.
Waihm-fttm Stock EicBanf*.
rtlrlUl Trartlo? S., Uj?? ,t W. U.?. ,1 t?
tm tat **.
t'ommetei*! S.Uantl Bank.. >0 a* ltt>
Ma^ga-nlh?la?, IO at 11?, II at 111.
Alter t-aUl:
Mer---iitliaila-r, at at im,, u mt U*M.
1*. I. reflate*?! *._ my,
V. ?. coupon 2a . Mta
U. 8 regUUra-1 to . W*
t.*. H.-wtnwii to.. IMS
?), ?. LaaJ? .-.-.
Labamj Lutui *A> . ?00',
Cony. Librrtr Loin to . M
Beajaid Liberty Loan to . **\
Tl-ird Liiert? Loan 4*u . MH
Flnat Con,. Lib. Loin to .* ?100
?-mid Coot. Ut>. Loan ?'ia?.... ? ?-WO
HeorseUnra r,,? S?. ?
"A.-iniifii.ii (la? jaa.H. a*C .
Columbia Oa? uad ttee. I?. ?? **
Col. Ot, and Elee. deb. ito. TS ?
Oaiatau Tr-u-tlon m. tTVfi "
Metropolitan le . ? W
y-aaaWlnlu. ??) and Elee. to.. ?Vi 71
l'iattianac Ekctric Con?, A. nt? .
tmtattms Kleatric Light fat . * If
1'otoraac Electric Pom m Ita./ . *?
G'??-jiiac Elictnc general ta?. 3*?? t*H
? h-s.i..kr ai.d Potomac TeL to... * aWa,
America Tel. and Telga. to. II .
American Tel. and Telga. ft*.... ??-. **
Am. Tel ?nd Tel. CU. Tr. ta?.... **. W?
Am. IVI. and Tel. cora. Ca.. ?S. ?"aa
AmtTitan <.ra??l.op?*o-j, lat la. ? Ma
D. e l'ape? Mtg. la. U?
Washington Market rt?, i*Tt. ? .
Uaahingtno Mark? la, an. *t .
W. M. Cold ?tor?!, fat. M .
See, stge. and Sala Dtp. la. MI
Norfolk and IVaab. Steamboat lt.. It? .
l'i?-*?. Realty ?to (loogl. lt?>
Itigga Unit? 5a (abort). 1?)
?. 8. Kealtr to. HI .
Capital Tractiin . ?', ft
Watliiugtoo Hay, and Eleo com.. 46 it
Washington Rt). aod Eleac. Itfd.. 6? ?t>
Norfi.lk and With. Steamboat. la*
Watbltaa-Ua? Ota . ?t\ Sit
Amir.can Tel. and Telfl. UI .
Mergeiitluler . 11? UK!?
I.an t.m . * ?
Lanttijo Scrip . 9?*ta ff
NAll?J!**?i? BANK STOCK??
Ametaeaii."HS .
('aiutai . .- 22?
Cnhiiubia . im
C?^nunea-c?al . UI ?li
IhBtrirt .?- ist .
Kinn.-rt and Marhantca'. TB 'J?
Kaderal . 1? .
Lincoln. I?* .
Nati -nal Metropolitan. *]* .
Kur-? .?*** tm
Heas ,1 . IX 1?
National Bank of Waahina-ton. I?
Ameru-an I*~a-?-ritj and Tr-tat .... ?tOS S3?
I'nion Triiat .?11* iX'-r
W'av.hinctran Loan and Trott .... ***** Sto
OonuneiiUl Ttutt . Ill lit??
Home . CO
Bank of ? ..mint ree aod ?tungs.. 12
Eaat tVatbingtoo . 11
Bt-cuntj i-,?iu?;a and Commercial.. ??
Arlington . I I
i-aarc-an . M
t-ira-aneo't. U
Or.?.iv .menean. OS
National G????? . SW
Real E?Ute . I
a'haranSacki . II
-? C. l*tper Mit O?. *
Merchant*" Tranafer and Storage.. 10? 11
Security Storage .?1?
?ecunty State, tnd Safe Iacp. Ill
V. 8. Betlty Co. UH
Waahington Market . l?*a
Pbilad. ?phi?, G?.. Oct. ,0. ? Price? on the
local prodi*? tnvkft today ranged a? foUu*?:
HiAter?rt*^id-ii?ck<J crtamer*, eitra, S?c; do,
high-avor?ig code. MbGc: th? latter for lob
Inn? walmx; extra, linu, C--1?V; finta. 56aSTc;
?ecoada l^mnbic; third*. Will., ???rt creamery,
choice, fancy. ?* to qualit.?, C\*tCZc; fair v> prod,
mtmtOc-, la.llta. aa to qual.*Lj. Ca-Uc; parkuic
f ?.???, Static; fancy brands aitd print? jobbing
at tUG6c; choice. 63c; fair t> gi-oi. 59a(2c
E'.'.s-Nearby llritt, 15.90a:C.X per -crate;
do. currtTt nxvipti. 15.30??5.0 per crate; ue
' ond-*, U.10*14 TO; tuferior loU lower: Weuera
! e\tra firatm, 15.90? 1?.-* r**r crate; dr., finta,
:5.??15.6? per ?crate; ?ec-.nd?, 14.iOall.70; ??
? feri-ir Jou lower; ?tor (?*?? eon. eitrt, 13.?;
,fir-t-. 13 50; aecond?. :C.75al3.3&; fancy selected.
I can fully candled fresh tgi* *tre jobbing at
y ?< a i<cr d ?eri.
LIVE PUCLTR?-Fcml? and Uttiom*, ?
? cordine to quality, X*39c ; -fflift? Leghorn
? ? >?W, 36a3Br; hiring ducJ,L'iia. n ??. l.<*ghoma, ac
ng to quality, XaJBi ; White Legt-'Tii?. as to
I quality, 35a37c; roosters, MaSc; ?oHcfl. P?kin,
? :"Jj54c; do, Indian Kunnen, ;5?*.V . guinea?,
? "nf. per i*ir. -weighing 1% god 2 lb?, apiece.
; ataKB; ?nailer sue, ?0a86c; guirnas. eld, pet
\ i nr, 75a?ftc; pige???, o'.d, per pair, 30?J5c; d?*
:? ung. per pair, SaJOc.
I'UTATUKS?WluU poutocf, Ea.-=tirn Shore,
per bbl. No. i, M.Ma?.OO; No. .. $Ltt?3.S.
Jeieey per Vlmaiiel basket. No. 1. 1.Mini. 15;
1 No. 1 50*:0c; do. do. lier Ut) ib?, Green
I Mountain. No. 1. ?.75a3.00: Giants, N*?*
?1. ?&??,?*; No. t 1.90alS; sweet pot??
tow. Jersey, ptr haa-ket. No l.^cal W; No.
!i,*5ft^0c: do. North Carolina, per bW, No.
I. 0<KV\W; No. ?, $'.50?1.?5; ?ill*. Si 00; do.
t>rt<m Shore, pee bW.. No. 1, 3JB*3.30; No. J,
, : 00?! .5.
New Torti. Oct. M.?A ?harp upward
ment in the cnUon market today waa followed b
iw-ritds o? weskne?. The final rally was brought
about by artjTe baying. It was reported that a
lug? part ot tlie demand late ln the ?rseioe
croe from tlie French rmuniwioa. *
l*ite in the ?eslon Uecember ?dranced to SO.1*
ama January" to 30.05. or into new high gnniii.!
tor the day. Tlie ci -ee was itcady ?l a net ad
lance of 16aW points.
Exi?prt? tor the dav aggrrgated 3?.4?3 baJea.
Si*< at New Orhans ws* quiet, hre lower at
30\c, Thg ?let were 1.550 hales. Spot her?
wa? quiet at an adranee uf 36 point? at 12.40c
If .Jiddling. Tlicre wire no ?*1??.
Kecetiit? of cotton at leading jvrt* toda\: New
Orleans, 9,34?; Havannah. *.M Angusta, 4.131;
?St. Louis, ?16: Galrtsu?. 3.665; Mobile, 407;
Charleston. :.-J?; Norfolk, LS13; Memphis, 3.50?;
Honaton, I.09L
Baltinmn, Md., Oct. lfl.-IMoa? on tb? local
pr td'.iee market todaj rangetl as lol.ws:
liut irr-('reamen-. Western seperater ex
tras. -StaSle: flnu, 5Ka50c; Western printt, Vlb
extra?, 6',.?2c; first?, 5fta59c ; Western print?,
lib extra?. 51a62c; flrsts, 56a59c; nearby oesm
err, extras, 56a5ec; first?, 54a36c: dairy printa.
Western Pennayirania and Virginia, extraa,
40n41c; fiwa, 3!>a*K?c; store-packed, flnu, 30a30c.
Ed?S-Wegtern Maryland and afornggtaasM
and nearby, per doa, firsts. 50c; F-avem Sbors
of Maryland and Virginia, per doe, first?, ?ne;
?Ohio, per doa, finta. 50c; Weet Virginia, per
ttc; Southern (North C roi ina), pee doa,
iirsL. 48c
N. H.? To command tog prices, all poor, amali
and dirty egg? ?should be taken out from the
c-hotre, dean atora, and the formeT ehipped gap?
LIVE POULTKY-CTiickena, young, per lb.
'lire?, 30a33c; do, do. per lb, medium. .30a32c;
Ido. do. per lb. ?nail. 3Sc; do, -young, Whit?
Leghorn?, per lb, 2Sa3Ctc; do, do, by expreta,
pet lb. 30*31c; do. o*d rooeteis. per Ib, asaSe;
!do, old hens, pee lb, orer 4 Iba. 30c; do, do.
?mall, per lb. 28c; do. do. White Leghorns, per
lb, 3c; dncka. Muscory and mongrel, young, per
lib. ZTa28c; do. Wbite 1'ekiua. young, pet lb,
30a33c; do, puddle, per lb. 3H lh? aad oeet.
'20?30c; do, do. smaller. i<oor, per lb, SaJtc;
?pigeons, old. per pair. 30a35c; do, yoong, per
?pair, 30i3Sc. guinea fowl?, young, e A, orer l\
' lb?. Sto; do. do, ander 1\ lb?, 30c; do. do,
| .?mailer, Ac.
POTATOES (Potatoes sell by 100 G??, weight.)
I White. Weitem Maryland and Pennsylvania
17Sa3.00; do, New York. ?a 1. 3.00*3.25; do,
K. Shore. 2*5*:.00: do, Jerse>?. per 150-Ib ?adt,
4.3a4.S0 ; sweeu, yellow?. North Carolina, par
bbl, 2 50a3.X; do. Ann? Aninoel. per baiket,
50c; do, E. Shore of Maryland and Delaware.
per bbl. ?50*5.00, Virginia, C50a3.%, yam?
fancy, bright, per bbl. 2-.a5ta2.5U.
Amsterdam, Oct. 1?.? To what ax
tremee thp mo?lity of the Germans
have descended la ahown in this ad
vertisement in the Ma^deburf-e-r Zi??
tun-L-: "Single man deptres to dis
pose of his five children, girls: aKes
5. 7, JO. 12 and 13; what ?fters??G. R.,
mJt%, office^ t-hl? lt-ftpM-."
(QiK-UUoeia rrarnubesrl bj W B. Hibta, A Oo '
Bafk. Loaa. Ceo?.. '
Sir. g?ht W. ?salsi a*?,
Aaai Batsberr . ? ? ? .
Alaik? (Ioli . las Sh Isa
A?lia-l-haimer. . SS at, ?Ha
Allis-CA-.>laBa?e* pr. ? S ??
?Ltutsasa? A? Chasm. MD Kb) la?
Amenas Beet Stsassr. Mar ? , ?S
Amerlcn Cas? . ?IS ?IH ??*
AssasTB-irr.? Cam pr. B?. s**** atra,
????ina? Car ft Koundn .. B?a UVk ??sb
Asaxncaan CeaUon OU. ?1 ?V ?7 I
Atasencan Hid. ? Lesatber . 1?? ?JS *?W
??bstIcm Hid. a Latin, pr. T? TT?, 71
tassertceji Interraiaul. Mt a?. W% ?
A-ea-rrioan Laaaare**?. ? ?
Anasanoan UiouasauUas, . OS bCS
ADterican Mslunt . Sh 1 ?.
Anaerlr-an 8m. * Best. ?sjs, 7.S 7e\
Amencin Hen A He! [rr... IB?, ?os?, una,
AnaencsD Hteel Kouudrj. rfss. seer, fra?,
Amene, (tsitar.-a??, )W% jajys
Amesnr*. ir Sumatra . HI*. IB IBs.
An. Tat aV Tal?.. gelt m\ ?92%
Alas.nrrasD TraUroo ...y,.m r?i% m
America? Wool.?? pr. MVt ?N*. WS
Am. Writing I'aparr pr. Si TS BS
,Amrru-?n ?Tjiic A Lea*!. j?*, il*. it-,
Anacouda ..,. (MS ITS ??A,
Aaasrrcutesl Oil . fas. Wm ?',
AtcfalTa? . ? ? ???
A. G. A m. liad. MS?. issa, la?s,
?. G * W. Ind. pr. Boa
Baldwin Lesen. WS, ?Js ;,sjj
Baldwin Lrsoo. pr.?. Mit ?): ?*
B.ltaa. A OtlBO. ??, ?rara, bv.
Balta) * Ohio pr. tn. ws sn,
Barrrtt O?? .M st, ?
Rstopnl.a Minio? . 1 1 1
Brthlal.araa: Hteerl . 71 7. T?
Be-tli. SU.7 ia*r cm J? ... ???, ?r, B?.
Bast*. Stessi (lia. B. T1S s**), Tl?A
Barth. SU. t per osant pr.... Bt 1? m. '
Broth Fiahenr? . BS TU?? a*,
BrookljTi Kap. T. ?a**. ?2 a:.
Urina? Bis?. . ISS IBS IBs,
Butt? Cop. A Z. B?, M M?,
Ilutteriot Ors. . lisa Ite, Usi
c. ilimua Vag. . ?Zaa ?I1. 12?,
c.lilornl? Peta?. . 1?, ?V? 1rs
California Patea, pr. a*S ?SJS ?75?,
?anadi?is Pacific . lTraS?, ics 1?
l'amtrsl Leather . <?5S M1* ??a,
l'entrai Le-aUssar pr.IM M? Kit
l'es*, d. Paar?. TH*. ?4?. H ,
e-basa. aV Ohio . ?7S ?J?, 57?,
l.'hioafo Grestt Western. 7 T
?Thi., mo. A st. ?. r?. ?4% <; >
'Li.. M 4 Ht. P. pr. TsN -?S ;?S
lrhiea?s> A Northaeesstern . M?. M?, s?*,
l'Iil B. I. A Pair*. ISS ? Jr,
C. R. I A P. < per cent pr ? ?7 ?7
C R. I. a*a P 7 par ?tn pr. 77S P? rs
l'Iule Ciarsper . ltS .?S ?S !
chino C?pper . SS TBS B?, |
l'.ln. Puari A Iron. C **??? ?
l'iilinT.??? ?iaa . J7S 7?S a
Con. Oas ot New Tel?. KOS 1?*? taf. '
Continental Cera . 71 ?G?, 771 (
Con. In. I'sJ. Min. IM r. ]?%
?Torn Product. . ?3?? ?_*S 17?*!
Curo Produci, pr. 1?! K?' ]M
Crnc?ble steal . BS 53 ? ?
Cuban (?are. *su(. ?S 77-s 79?s i
?Tnban Cane 8. sor. ?*?/-, ?Be 7T-, ;
Dam. ait Rio fir. ?'r l?a ? ', ?
l'en Je Bio Or pr. ?S Ms ?S1
l,i*tilt*rs' Secairitie. . ?77"? .??, ?7-,
laassra. Miuita? . .??S Wh Krsa
Bri. rUilrrjsvd . 15S ,5?.
En? lat pr . ?as
Garavton ?A A W. BS ? ?**?,
General Elevtric . 1st .S? 753 '
General M'*v?rs . ]I?*S .1? 11?
G?n?r?t Motora re. 7? SS "?-?S
Good neh ??. G.). 51 SI 51 I
?easialnoti TaT.1. !
Grants?? Cor. Min. ?a?. -?? ,
lire.t Kaartaart? ir. ., . ? r.
Great Nrnlivm Or.. _j
Grwne-?'.r,nea .
Culf ?tat?, srerrrl. ?B ?>*, ??
lllinoM Central . ?7 r ?7
Ins(?r.ti..n . 56s M?, s..
Intertarrorif+i .m. t 7S > ?,
lnteTtvoruar?h pr. ? B ?as
In. A??n. C*?n*?i. . IIS H1* US
In?. Ilu. of N. J. pr. ?n?s mf\ Mes
lnt. Mann. . S1, >s 7??S
Int. Marine pr. 11?'. Ut "'?
Iinemeu?tul Nichel . 3?. *S SS '
International Papa? . ?SS 33 S ?
Kellj-srrinarflead . BS ??.
Kennrcott . ???, 33?, TS?,
Lsverkaaeann. Steel. Tl 71 77?S
La.*ie?le Ga. . ?TS BS t**?.
Lake Lne A ?n..?. TS TS TV
Lie- * Mjeia pr. K 1? 'fi
?..???\?'?? . tsTsj, 77?S Jl
L-anse-Wilesa ?It. (IBB
Lo.ua. A Nash. Ill 11? !M
Mas?,? Motor . )S 9\ ?,
Me-xsca? Petas?. . BT, 7 US 7SS
Miami Cot?;?-. . ?9\ SS ?*k
Madral. Steel. ?T1, WS Cs
Max. Bus Jt Tel. ?? SS SS
Miaassun larsf?c . IMS 7SS 2th
Mierrsin Par-ine? pr. ? S '? t
Nstioosl I!isr-.iU . ??? K? BS i
N? C. a Sejn I?. W? M?
Nat. Er. * Stia?. at ? H
? ti ?.1 LeU . t* S7S ?
Send. iV.irper . I?. l.\ a
Ne? Tear*. Arrt?h?.11* 11?*,
New York ?*enti?l. 77?, 77JS
N. T.. Ont. A ?Aeatrsm. %Vm J ? X', :
S. ?. ? ? * Hartford.. ?r?S TUS ? '
Norfo'k * Wesitcm. IT ,is-\
Nor?7.?lk A Western pr. "', 71 71
Northern P?c?(lc . !**, ?a?S BS !
Otrio Citiasa Ou. BS ??S ? a
O.en. H. rue . *?* ?. a., !
Pialle M?il S. 8. S - 31S ?
Pan irs n. ai P?t. pr. 7??. ?a wos
I'errr^lvanU . ?7, OS ?"S |
1'earaple'? Oa. . 55*. HS
I'hils-deltshi? Oa. . :iS 3 S Jl I
Piercr-Aiross . ?i?s ? I?
Piervr. Oal . '?? BS ??,
j Pierce Arrosr pr. r-w r??, ?
Per. M?r. *r*rir?r pr. Ti?'. '*S 5-.
? I'ltrabunth ?Tassai . BS '- r ?? .
I Pitt? A W. Va. ? ?Ht ?
I Pre-ied 8te?l Car. r. ? C
? Pullman Car . 1777 '.? 172
Ra?lBV?v Steel Sprits?. BS ?5S ?T's
Rsr O0PI.T . 7SS 3S 7?
? Rradin? Ra?.ay . S.S atS
[Beassasssl 1st i?r. TS 3r> ?
RraditLC M PT. eaVS >'? S's
I Kei, Iron * Steri. "??*. BS ?S
?Royal Dolch .7?s?\ VX ? .
i st. L. A San iVnciaco.... Il 11
Savas-a Arm. . CIS B <l
Ssvon Moror . **^ - . ? .
Seaboard Air Un.. ?S *'. . ?.
Se-aevRoebaick . 1?7
? Sinriair Oil A R. 7T*S
' slreSlierflerld . 5. 72
??.?urtierrn Pariflc . s**S BS
I Southern Kail.ay . 7**?S
iSo?rthem Ksrl.aj pr. WS ?B ??r?
Standard M?. pr. N M M
Stndo?j.her . STS B% ?7S
Strru Motor <?o. US ? *'S
SsrrrrKT Steel . ?e ?Sr?
Tmn. Cop. A Ch. BS ? * BS
Tea?? Coa*. . B7 I? le?'? ?
?Third Areno. . 1? 1? '
Tobacco Prod. 7? eis 7?
I Tremarue 4 Hil. SS WS S*S
! Cnicn P.ciHej .IBS 1TTS 17777714
l'nion Pacific pr. BS ??S ?***?
Unitasi Clejar Store.. SI? I? Bl??
I'nitasl Dru?. 7G. 7? TIP?
Initesl Rv. ln?e?. ?. Wi t%
l-nitexl F-rait .1? 1*1 1A1
i G. S. CsvK ir. P. pr. ?W W ?Tal
j t'tuU-d SUte. Alcohol. ItaV, ?T? M?S
? t'nltasd State. Kral'j A I.. SS IT SS
? l'nited Ruteas RnbDri. ?BS ?V?i OS
United Sute? Rr-.hhar 1st.... KM KM M
? nitexl St.t?sa Steel . MES 1(H\ KBS
United siale. Stessi pr. 71?s IKS IBS
. UUh Cirsrsprr . ?2 SI ?
I Utah Bcc Corpo. ITS list Hi
Vtv-Casr. ?TTbasm. . M ? M . M
Wabuh .- ?S SS ?S
Wabaah pr. A. SH SS S-S
! ?Sells l.rsro Kitsr-eaa. BS BS ?'?
| W.satenl MATiland . US 12V 7IS
I Western Union .,. an ?? ?
! Weitinsrhons. . ??*? (?rS ?G,
IWhMlini A Laake sMaa.. IS (S SS
? W illvavOserland . TOS US TUS
Wofthinito? ?. US 53s ss
lUI?naOi?. Oe*. 1. - WHEAT-r?r-m; n?a
chanitd ; No. 1 red srlntasr. ITsTiS : No* 1 red
?rtnterr a?rtie*j. 139ss. Rertreipu, ?.?77 bu.heU ;
: ahiprnrnu, r.3.111 bushrl?
CORN-Unsettled; loses>r contract ?ssiloas. tsrar
: 1ST, l_t?. ReceipU, 2.B? buasbfis; ahrramenu. ?T
I OATS?(TJaiaast : HaasUr; ?a I white lloane?tic.
?77 uked. Raroripu, 1.V775 bnahaUi ?busnaenu.
?SM? bash???
I OATS?Finn: srood demand; No. 7 Western ??
'? non ?r?tst, l Tes Bessripta, ?
nxert?. none.
: HAY?Pan?; ncoh.nsrsst.
Par??. Oct. 10.-Herr Rohrl?, <51?**?
tor of th* department of chemical on
alysi? at Leipzig, complains. "Tit?
e?uvta of slaughter houses, the most
unnomahle things, are employed to
make isusases. And this Ignoble
stuff reaches fabulous prices'
"Chalk and glauber salt (natrium
sulphuricum), earth, wood, ?sand an-.
nutshell flour enter, In quantities,
?to th? making o? dehcat-fc-ssan."
br W. a UM? k Ota.
SX-Tue a-air", ana.
?Ut batan, ?tall.
? ledoaiie Mt-atM
'aliin.ft ar
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Assets, $3.581.361
Cultivate the Habit
of Saving
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75th lune of Stock
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Shares $2.50 Per Month
4 Per Cent Interest
915 F St. N. W.
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HenteT Co.,
727 FiHtta Strecl NorAwert.

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