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News and Views of Sporting World
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? KLEHS KORIIEH
7lh E Ht.
Suits and
Overcoats
^ $23.75
Choice of all new styles
for men and yotfng men?
??11 good fabrics. Get vours
today!
7 th at ESt.
Gallaudet College quint haa arranged
two games with the St. John's Col
lege. of Annapolis, five. The first
game will be staged this afternoon
when the Kendall Greeners go to An
napolis. Md.. to play the college cadets.
S*t. John's will play a return engage
ment here on the Kendall Green floor
on January li. Today's game is the
third of the season for the Buff and
Blue, as it defeated the Quartermas
ter's quint and lost to the Midshipmen
the middle of the week.
Cornell's athletic situation seems to
be In the worst sort of confusion. On
top of the demobilization of the S. A.
T. C. and the scrapping of all plans
that had been made for winter sports
has come the indictment of college
tfports by President Schruman in his
annual report. No one seems to know
>?st what the next move will be.
There is likely to be a stormy time
when the Athletic t'ommittee meets,
for, although Dr. Schurman's views
have been accepted by the majority
of the faculty officials, the alumni has
been aroused and are planning to in
teriM)Sf> serious objections if any effort
Is made to put into practice the the
ories advanced by Dr. Sohurman for
the future conduct of sports at Ithaca.
ft is likely that the Eastern colleges
that went in for sports while we weie
at war will follow the example of the
Western institutions and disregard
events of the past year. This means
that athletes that figured on teams
this season will not have their activi
ties reckoned against them in the way
of shortening the further time in
which they will be permitted to
dispart themselves for the glory of
1 heir alma mater, and the undergrad
uates who went to war will upon their
return automatically step into their
old places a* though no breach had
occurred.
The Ohio I'onferenco has as:reed to
return to their special conference
which precludes the playing of fresh
man. hut on the other hand freshmen
who played this year upon university
teams will not penalized; will be
permitted to go In for varsity sports
as though they had played as fre-h
men.
MAY CONTRCL GIANTS.
Repert Has It That McGraw and
Gaffney Have Made Offers.
New- York. TVc 13.?John J. Mc
Graw, iranag?r of the Giants, and
Jim Gaffney. the former owner of the
Brav<*. may eventually assume con
trol of the New York National league
club. It is said that the "little Na
poleon*' and the local contractor have
already made a liberal offer for Harry
IIer?p?iead's stock.
Fo?- the last two rtavs McGraw and
Oaffiiey have Ik-en in conference at
the Waldorf-Astorltt. At flint it was
reported that McGranr was going to
purchase Garry Herrmann's interest
in the Cincinnati Reds. When ap
proached upon this subject yesterday
th? manager denied there was any
foundation for the rumor.
Blue Ready for Tigerj.
Detroit, >I!ch. IVc. 11.-Bert Blue,
who cfci'.n; to the Tigers by purchase
last spring as a first b.-.seman and
lrtter was sent to St. Paul, where
M.^nag^r Kelly transplanted him to
the outfield, is to report to Hugh Jen
nings r>ext spring. A ytar in the as
sociation. it is said, developed the
young*t< r into major !cague calibre.
At the present tlm.- Blue :s a sergeant
el Camp Lee. Virginia.
No Boxing in Oakland.
C-I'-Hmi. ''al.. Dec. 1J.-A Hicht k!
Tor ?>l Wedr.fvlm' night between
Sam I-ancfcid. of lioiton. and KreJ
Kulton wi'.l net be permitted. It ????
? mtaance.J tTKlay by District Attorney
Cecor>.. who said ihe Inw pro
urofeMlona!* f r > rrV bo* n?
wjuki bm tufori\d.
Will We?t Pirdcllo.
??? Turner. ;l.e local middle wrUM
? "?????"?J champion, will meet "Bull"
the Italian Hon. -breaker
?# Mew York, at th.. New Polly
Theater in a fins'. wrestling match
iV?ln-aday ?nhl
WESTERN FIVE
IS NOSED OUT
Gonzaga Tossers Defeat
Georgetown Quint 24
to-23; North Capitol
Street Midgets Win.
j Oouxaga High School ba?xctball to?
? Mrs scored a double baireled v*<*?r>
I over the cape men from Western 1
j S-hool yesterday in the Gonzaga S.vm
!wh-n the first team annex-*! a ??rcel>
fought sarr- by !? to,23 ??* "?<
' ern regulars and the North ;
I Street Midgets ran away with the
I visiting midsets by a 33 to 9 score.
| This makes the afth Victory of the
! season scored by the Gonraga 0>?
Costelio was easily the feature of the
I game both on the defenac and offens.
I as he broke loose from the \% estern
' guards on enough occasions to tall/
I *'*Vestern' led at the end of the Ar?t
! half by a 11 to !0 count. They tnain
' mined this lead until shortly before
ihe whistle when Costelo
tram mates one point behind the vfti
? tors while Fitzserald a few seconds
later annexed the goal that spelled
1 T?e'5\Vc.nern Midgets were never In
i the running as Oonzaga's team work
'proved a big factor over the entire
1 route. The ineup and summaries: ,
i ,: nw r-wtio?.
' ,v. , > r l' ^ordurjer
Vf Bark..
Tontl'llo U * U.r??0
j Hvm# <-?*?
! r r; Altem'is
n^vLi r * Cw Conc*rd
I. O rvmohue **? v* ? wt
I from floor Goem*- Co?t?lk> (6). Fit
1 erraM lil Byim (1). Dufr <!>. Waitem
n".lUn^r BurW, <?. Hmrn.J3l._AE~.*
I' (|> <;.?!? fn-m foul How-hue <?
]; out of Si. Bjr*. <0 out of 1KJC<*UUo <? M *
. It. VV->i(wdHn?er (S out of V. ""I^T
;! ('?!?. H.J.I (Hmnrhreyiil. S?*er-Mr- Klrch
1; ner. Time of period^Ten minute, e.cn.
Ooa?M.
DMto Jj-J. \V?,<ien
I- "?"Uo JFj' BTO.H
MeCutby . Nohi.
y* L r, I1inningh.m
Sutwtitution: OooMg. K.ne f<*
Oo.b from floor: (inn2Mi.- I>?'i? ,3l.
?iio (51. MKanhjr (II. Mill* CI.?
Kim 111. W?m A'hniw ?*? ",'7" dl?
(mm foul ? Feed (3 o..t of
out of II. Brown II out of Tlrf'r^ *'r
Jones Timer Mr Donahue ?o?r-h.r.tiuer.
Time of periods- Eijht minutes each.
Tech Fre?bie? Win.
The high school freshmen basketball
I season got under way yesterday, in
! the Business gym. with Tech defeat
ing Business 16 to 2. The game w. s
short and snappy, bue decidedly one
sided as the score schows.
i Tech's overwhelming victory may be
! attributed to the fact that they have
had more practice than Coach Dor
i man a lads. The scrimmage was the
| second time that the Busfneai boys
! had gotten together for any work. The
lineup and summary:
Tech Business.
Evans K. F. Simpson
Cohn 1- r. Becker
Thompson C. Cooley
Oshinsky R. ?j- Shapiro
Scott I- G- Smith. P. S.
Goals from floor. Thompson. 4;
F.vana. 1: Supplee. 1. Baskets from
foul. Evans. 7 out 13: Simpson. : out
jr.. Substitutions. Tech^-Bupplee for
Cohn. I.inowltz for Oshinsky. and
j Kemp for Thompson. Business. P.
' Smith for Shapiro. I.lchtenburg for
Cooley. and McCarty for P. Smith,
i Time for quarters, five minutes.
Westers Freshmen Win.
j The Western freshmen defeated the
J Central freshmen in a scholastic bask
etball contest in the former's gym by
! a score of 22 to 15. yesterday. The
| Western lads had the upper hand all
through the contest, displaying fine
i basket shooting and fine team work.
! Welliver of the Western quint covered
t the floor, and shot baskets exception
ally well. Childres-*. of Central, played
a fine game, making 10 out of the 15
points crotten by Central.
The lineup summary:
Western. Central.
Denton U F. R. Childress
Hoffman K. F. Rand
Weaver C. Montgomery
Wright I- Hammett
Welliver R ?. Brown
Goals from floor. Denton. Hoffman.
3; Welliver. 4: R. Childress. 2; and
Rand, 2. Free tosses. Welliver. 6 out
of 12; Childress. 6 out of 16. SuWstltu- j
lions. Childress for Brown. Heide for,
Childress. Shuls for Rand. Referee,
i Mr. Morse. Timekeeper. Mr. Spille.
Score. Western. 22: Central. 15.
i
The faculty ad\^ser? of high school |
?;ath!etica met last night at the Emer-i
? gency Hospital, and drew up schcd-j
rules for baseball, football and basket
! ball for the coming year. Tentative
'plans were also made #or the coming
! track season, which promises to be a i
! great suctes?. Those present v/ere I
11 Coachc.h Apple, of Tech; C. A. Metzler. j I
i of Centra!; Dr. Porman, of Business;
Br>*an Morse, of Western, and Dr. I
! Batfersby. of Eastern.
J The bruiketball snuad from Business
j plays Georgetown. I'reps in Die Ryan | I
! gym tonight. ;
j The interclass Irack meet which was ]
L to be held yesterday at Tech wan j
{ postponed .intil Wednesday on account j
I of a wet track. More than fifty en- !
'tries for th* fourteen events have been !
"turned in to Johnny Oross, captain of,
L the track team.
I Montgomery and Johnston, two or j
! Bill Foley's beat men. are working
i| hard every night In pr?paratlon for)
? the Johns Hopkins meet, which takes!
| place after Chrtatma*.
? !>r. Dorman. roach at Ru>-ine*s. U
! working his squad every night In or- I
! d**r to be In perfect shape for Central
neat Tuesday Should Business defeat '
Central a?d Tech heat Western, Tecli (
? "?J Ituvineea will llke|> b? the only
contenders fnr the basketball chain*
li ptonship j
The Ley*!* Itigh n.-h?ol. of Hal-I
tikmc*, will pur flee name* with I
three laeal s? h?ol qiiinta. < leorge
town Hrep- VM Heltlmorr JNn
aar> It. while |*y?U will he eeea
in e*t|Mi en the Rvan rm.nlh
lAler i-enlrtl IHa? mil l?e pieced
fcaee mm Ik# sr.ih of i?nuer% while
?'m#h MMeier ? ?he?#e? aill eialt
an I Weelnea High
? HI w plared heee mm
? t enter n| Teeh's I
-?-4 dm 1
??ei*?dnt Hi lhe
LYNCH AND MONTAGUE
IN MARATHON RACE
A larye entry list is ready for the
Southern Commercial Congress mara
thon run to be held In Baltimore thin
afternoon over a course through the
western and central districts of the
city.
Mike I^ynch and Joe Montague, of
: the District, will compete in this modl
| fled marathon run. Both men are in
sood shape and will make the Balti
more runners hustle to land the hon
ors. Camp Meade will have a soldiers'
team in the run and expect to annex
the team trophy. Joe Qeiger, the
South Atlantic champion, will be sure
j to toe the mark.
Baseball
Newsy Boilings from
Stove League Kettle
?
By HOT LINER
j Nap I^ajoie may think he has re
I tired from baseball for good, but not
I according to President James C. Mc
Gill, of the Indianapolis club, for J. C.
says when the game returns Nap will
be found managing his Indians again.
President Baker wants an "iron
man" to manage the Phillies, but he
isn't so keen to part with "iron men"
In exchange for his services.
Otto Knabc has been reappointed as
sistant manager and -coach for the
Chicago National League team next
season by Fr^ident Mitchell.
j It is reported that Heydler's salary
for his three combined positions is
' $12,COO. At first the magnates offered
j $10,000 and a two-yepr contract. Heyd
ler, however, hel<rout Jor two thou
sand more and a three-year document.
There is no chance of Hal Chase
playing with the Giants next season.
Jin fact it is hardly likely that he will
: be with any club. Action in his case
i has been delayed on account of the
i suit he filed against the Cincinnati
j club.
j President Heydler and Barney Drey
j fus will begin work shortly on the
| playing1 schedule of the National
! League for next season. Two sched
1 ules will be arranged, one for 140
games and the other for 134.
. Baseball's next attempt to solve the
| after-war problems will be made Jan
I uary 16, 1919, in New York, when rep
resentatives of the National and
J American Leagues will meet jointly
| to consider matters of general interest
j to the pastime.
I Huggins announced that he has
? drafted a catcher named Baldwin
I from the Salt Lake City club. Scouts,
who have looked the young man over.
1 declare he is anv exceedingly bright
, prospect.
| Neither Charles W. Murphy, of Chi
cago. nor William O'Rouke. of Omaha,
will be able to purchase an American
Association baseball franchise for the
1919 season, according to statements
made by leaders of the organization
j who will attend the meeting of club
i owners in Minneapolis.
Trinity Gunners.
! The Trinity A. C. and the Naval
Gunners Juniors came to an agree
ment yesterday over details of their
1 game Sunday at I'nion League Park
for the District championship at 140
; pounds. Although Capt. Denny Sulli
j >-an, of the Georgetown outfit, claims
, his club will be greatly outweighed,
he is anxious for the battle. The
i game will be called promptly at 2:30
,p. m.
! NEW ORLEANS RESULTS.
j FIRST RACE?Six furlongs. Laird O'Kir
i calay, 114 (Garner), J2 to 1. 4 to 1, 2 to 1;
; Lewis B.. 110 (Johnson). 4 to 1, 8 to 5. 3 to 5;
1 Early Morn. 114 (Gougel), 8 to 5. 1 to 2, out.
! Time, 1 s.3 1-5. Jai-k Healey, Malice, Sir Dyke,
i Mis* Fannie, also ran.
! SECOND RACE? Five and one half furlong*,
j Lahinda. Ill (Smith), 2 to 1, 4 ti? 5, 1 to i:
j Rmanale. .114 (Robinson), 2 to 1. 4 to 5, 1 to 3;
| Verity, 1C0 (Cavityt. 12 to 1, 4 to 1. 2 to 5.
Time. 1:15. Elberta, Drop Light, Doveridge,
! Shady. Positive, also ran.
I THIRD RACE?Six furlongs. A1 Pierce, 109
I (Dursch), even I to 3. out; Bine Rook. !09
j (Wakeoff), 6 t > 1. 2 to 1. oven: Robert I^ee,
111 (Stevens), 15 to 1. 5 to J. 2 to 1. Time,
122 1-5. Hasty Mabel. Risponde, Cobalt, M<ir
I gan t N.. Dart worth, also ran.
I FOURTH RACE?One mile. Waukcag. 110
(Manderso). 8 to 1. 2 to 1, out; Warsaw, 110
(Gamer). 7 to 5, 1 to 2, out; Irregular. 115
iRobinson), 7 to 5, 1 to 2, out. Time, 1 JO Co.
Uips^r Queen also ran.
FIFTH RACE?One mile. Transportation.
112 (Robinson). 2H to 1. event 1 to 2; Dr.
Charr.it, 112 (Johnsonl. 5 to 1, 2 to 1. even;
! Petehtt. 112 (Mink). 8 to 1, 3 to 1, 7 to 5.
Time. 1:54. Bit of Blarney. Minnie F.. Scm
|?r, Stalwart. Rose Water, also ran.
SIXTH RACE?Five and one-half furlongs.
Sabretaah. 100 (WakeofD, 7 to 2. even, 1 to 3;
Parior Boy. 318 M .angel), 8 to 1. 2 to 1. even;
Kafranor. 115 ;Pauley). 15 to 1. 6 to I. 2 to 1.
Time. 1:13 3-5. Itoederrr. Fincy, Dr. Campbell,
(Itneral, Alma B., also ran.
HAVANA RESULTS.
FIRST RACE'FJvp and one-half fnrlong*.
El lYronel, 107 (Troiae), 15 to 1. 6 to 1, 3 to 1;
Croix D'Or, !10 (Rail). 4 to 1. 2 to 1, even;
The Six Hundred. 110 (Heileman), 5 to 2,
even, 1 to 2. Time. 1:0ft 4-6. Carey Maid.
C<nu;prii>lion. < Cafeteria. Marmon. Ivry. Louise
Mackv Quirk Step. Caballo, Rosagine. also ran.
SFCOND RACE Five and ooe-half furlongs.
Rulla Laird. ICS (Murray). 2 to 1, 7 Jo 10,
1 to 3; Lucia, 105 (Bullmani, 5 to 1. % to 5,
4 to 5: Robert ?h*en?. 106 (Pich?ni), 12 to 1,
14 to 1. 2 to I. Timo. I *?. Prmo. King
| Worth. Numerate. Colors, alar. ran.
I THIRD RACE Five and onv-half furlong*,
i Mabel Tr?.*k. 106 (Thurber), 5 to 2. even, 1 to 2;
; Callaway. _ 105 (Pierre). 3 to 1, even, 1 to" 2;
j Uora, 105 (Kelsay!. 3 to 1, even. 1 to 2.
jTimo, 1:8 1-5. Silk Rattle, Harry Gardner,
i Mr. IV>ole.v, Paauon, Will Soon. Whupefing
| H<?pe. Mcirar. al?o ran.
FOCRTH RACE--Six furlongs. Pfrigonrdlne.
j 104 ?Builraar), 2 to 1, 4 to 5. 2 to 5; Mia*
HJove. 101 I Pickens), 4 to J, 8 to 5, 4 to 5:
| Leoaa, 109 (Kelsay), 4 to 1, 8 to 5, 4 to 5.
: Tin;r, 1:15 3-j. Cry&tal Day. I'nar, Frozen
' Glern. Yod?ling. Billy Joe, aI*o ran.
I FIFTH RACK?Ono mil? and 50 y,n]j. John
[ W. Klein, 112 (J. Howard), even. 2 to 5, out;
I Yrahee, 112 (C Howard). G to 1, 2 to 1, even;
iHtler. Atl>in. It2 (Dreyrrl, 3 to 4, even. 2 O 5.
j Tin-.p, 1:45 3-5. Get Up, Beauty Shop, Vagn
! bon.I. a'so ran.
I SIXTH RACE-Miss Sweep. :C3 (ThnrNr),
? U? 1 ft La 5. I to 5; Bel! Ringer. 114 (Pick
jen#>. 7 to 10. 1 to 3. out; Waterford, 110
I (Dreyen. 7 to I. 2 to 1, even. Time, 1:10 4-5
I Attorne.- Mnir. Saaenta, Driffield. Chemung,
: Stou* Heart. ?!*?? ran.
NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
FIRST RACE claiming: $30r> 3->*ar <*U and
upj ft fnrlong?. xRvmv Alice. W9; liiwn Oram,'
IP: aFeth Wlad. 1' Mtaa Knit*'. 214 Keriah.
114 lifiuMa 114; Kr Mar 117: 117
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K furtnaft Dw*etr*?a. W xWater Wi|l<>* ? '
Agn?s Cook. lfti; Plurena*. 101: iMal Genrg*.
m. May Worth, !*; ftThtel. 1U; Pr**aric?t? i
113.
THIRD RACK (lafcMMV. IISV ?nar.M?
ami up I Mile and *an*? *afrar?.?e, W
l-wnl 4> KlmiMt m. I'laafymt M4 Hrv
hen M htR Hle*i. )?* M|m I'iiwip I
m i !? ?Mr|..-. Ill
KIM RTII RACK <'?.?!?< fM ? ..M.
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?nhM M.fiu, m Nmw, 10
nrm Rim 1m ?,+h
M4 v < Mil* |?H *? tWM ?
TV % 1 |t IM iRn -n t
NniH* 14 'II Nir??Ml lift '
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? IN THE WIND
Walter and Yank Outfield
er for Ernie Shore and
Duffy Lewis of Red Sox.
Chicago, Dec. 13.?A startling
j baseball deal that involves the trad
ing of Catcher A. L. Walters and
'either Frank Gilhooley, Elmer Mti
j ler or Hughie High, of the Yankees.
I to the Red Sox for Pitcher Ernie
Shore and Otuflelder Duffy Lewis, is
! reported to be under way here to
night.
It is rumored that the only dlf
, ftculty tc be overcome is that Man
' ager Ed Barrow of the world's
i champions must be sure that Harry
t Hooper will return to the Boston
|to<im before he will allow L<ewi* to
! stray tc another pasture than Fen
way Park.
Clarence Rowland is to be let out
as manager of the White &ox and
Eddie Collins will be at the helm
of Comlskey's crew when the sea
i son opens next May, according to
' another rumor that is floating high
tonight.
i ____________
h?
i Boxing
Jabs and Matches
Jolts and Crashes
By Paddy Mitts
I In the King's Cup boxing tourna
j qnent in L/ondon clinching was not
' allowed, end when a boxer was
I down from a blow the counting by
I the referee was silent.
From the Pacific Coast comes the
news that Fred Fulton has declined
a match with Knockout Kruvoskyj
? of San Francisco. Fulton gave as
! a reason that he needed more time
| In which to train. From other
j sources comes the assertion that
i Fulton was influenced by the fact
j that Kruvosky has a decision over
j Willie Meehati.
Jack Hanlon, the new matchmak
j er of the Knickerbocker Theater, of
j Philadelphia, plans to have an all
I star program of five bouts for the
opening show on Christmas after
j noon. Kid Williams, the former
j bantam-weight ruler, may be seen
In ?*ie of the bouts.
Harry Stone, who used to be a
thorn in the side of Abe Attell and
other clever fellows \^ho tried to
knock him out. is one of the at
tractions of Melbourne, says Snowy
j Baker. Stone, who was and still
j is the hardest man in the world to
j hit. has made a lot of money flght
1 Ing in the land of the Southern
i Cross.
i Boxers of Camp Grant and Camp
i Custer will swap punches at an
? intercamp boxing tournament to be
held at Rockford. 111., on the night
of December 19.
Jack McAuliffe, the old-time
light-weight champion, has charge
! of the American boxing teams. Jack
I is a eood secmd and a better root
j er. If there is a chance for Jack's
charges to win. the old fellow will
? not miss a trick.
Jack Dempsey asked a guarantee
! of $5,000 to box Tom McMahon 10
j rounds at Cleveland. But Promoter
i Mat Hlnkel would only talk per
' centage and the match fell through,
i Frank Thomas, who has won
I every bout he has taken part In
j since he joined the Aviation Corps
In Texas, weighs 115 pounds snd
has bee-i proclaimed the bantam
I weight champicn of the Southern
j Division in that section.
PEERLESS CLUB IS
READY FOR BOUTS
I
! Baltimore. Dec. 13.-Boxing. shelved
? some seven months ago for the war's ^
. duration by a ruling of the board of i
police commissioners, is about to wit- !
ness a revival. It was with keen in- !
! terest that the game's local admirers
awoke this morning, after the long i
fast, to read the Peerless Club's an- i
! nouncement that, subject to the ap- I
I proval of the police authorities, !
j Fighting- Dick l>oadman. of Lock port, I
i N. Y., and Jack Sharkey, of New
I York, had been matched to battle!
i twelve rounds to a decision here in the j
near future.
I With the fuss across the big lake,
(ready for the history writers, the)
1 Peeriess Club, the existence of which
has been a monument to clean apd i
? wholesome boxing, anticipates no trou
1 ble In securing permission to resume
! the sport.
| Boxing has a new meaning now. Its |
introduction into the army on an elab
orate scale made it so. It will be re- '
tgarded henceforth in a purer light,
i and within a comparatively short tifae
j will rise to a popularity heretofore
I unknown.
Bahan Notre Dame Captain.
I South Bend, Dec. 13.?At the annual
i football banquet the monogram men
j of Notre Dame's football team elected
j Leonard Bahan captain for the 1919
seasor. Bahan played right halfback
? and has been a star for the last two
years. He is from Somerset, Ky., and
J is a junior in the college of law.
HAVANA ENTRIES.
?
I FIRST RACK-Three-year olds and upward;
maiflrt^. allowance*; pur**, (500; aix furlong*.
Royal 1-^Torite. K; Sundaria. 100; Itora. 107;
Neither. 107; View. 107; Great Gull. 109; Henry
<1. 110; (1i4tal fit jr. 1)0; Artist, 110; Tlmkina.
110; Jtmmle Burn*, IK); IU* k of Luzero. 110.
KB?*ONI> RA<'K-ThrfeyMroldii and ui?ward;
! rimming, pun*. fBCO; IH furlmg* Kmian. 103.
I sYutottte. 10; High < Mympua. IH. Coll*, >?
I Glartne ICS; Annie 10$; Lady Jimn.
I 10'; ('laaer 1W; Pftltf, 101; Blanche Donalton,
ICS Tm Miw I*; Algardi, lit
I THIRI? ItA< V* Three-j??ar old* and upward;
? Uln inc. |?tr?. $i/>; &<* furl.n?c *J H Har
twW. W0, Larkmae IW Km* l.e** '01. Laittana.
??. HUn?htta 101. Bank. HI. rrraiiaipUon.
in. Una*. ?.
r??rRT?l HACK Tlirewjear ?4d? and up
?ird#. claiming i*ir?e WO IS furlnnpi
1 B?*n, M King Trovatn MB iB<?r<*
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CORN CROP SHY,
PRICES SOAR
Rails, Copper and Oil
Stocks Show Irregular
ity, However.
Mj BROAD AN WALL.
New York, Dec. 13.?Corn continued
ita advance on the local market today
following a disappointing crop report.
The crop report would have been of
sensational importance if the war had
been in progress. But with the war
ended the smaller crop is unfortunate,
but not a disaster. Corn prices will
probably rule relatively high because
the world has been taught to use that
cereal more generally than ever be
fore.
Much comfort was taken yesterday
in a report unofficially made by a
hiRh official in Washington that sur
plus stocks of all sorts of materials
held by the government would be
kept for use by the government.
Reports of offerings of copper metal
at 19 cents a pound was followed by
weakness in copi>er prices. The an
nouncement that the telephone com
pany had perfected an invention that
makes possible the sending of five
messages simultaneously over the
same wire is a bearish argument on
copper for Jt means a great reduction
in consumption. The general demand
for copper, however, is sure to be so
gr?at and the stocks have so far dis
counted coming conditions that there
Is no alarm in the ranks of copper
stockholders.
The reform announced by the New
York Stock Exchange in forbidding
the publication of stop loss orders by
brokers encourage Wall Street to
hope that specialists w]l be forbidden
to trsde for their personal account.
The odd lot brokers insist that most
of the complaints made against them
sre due to mcohanical delays for which
they are not responsible and for which
they themselves arc anxious to find
gome method of relief.
t Weakness of the local tractions was
| a feature today both Brooklyn Rapid
Transit and Interborough Consolidated
I going to new low records. There was
J also weakness in some of the high
^rade industrials as represented by
| General Electric and U. S. Steel,
j Rails suffered also somewhat, but
there was great difference of opinion
j as to the influence on investments that
. Secretary McAdoo's program will have.
I lr. S. Steel closed at the low point of
j the day.
CURB STOCKS.
Quotatinng furnished by W. R Hibb* A. Co.
B'd. Asked.
Aetna Hxplo-itui "4 8
American Writing Paper c*n 24 34
Atlantic Petroleum 2 !4
Barest t Oil 4 5-!*
j Boston and Montana 53 M
j Hutterworth Judson ?! 2S
j Caledonia Mining .1 2*
. and Jerome 7 16 91*
Canada Crimper 24 24
<4rbon Steel 9G 110
I C?r Light and Power 2 24
] Charcoal Iron 64 <4
) Chevrolet 1?2 130
I Cities Service 2*9 292
Cities Herrice y-fd 71 *0
Consolidated Ariaons I 11 16 1 IT- IS
Consolidated Copper. 64 ?**
< Ymden Co 6;4 7'%
C.wden pfd I... 4
Cramps 75 80
Cressnn Gold 5 5'*
Cryrtal Cooper 4 4
Curtis* Aero.._ 11 13
Dsris-Dsly 44 54
Pe*\b?igh Silrer 4 4
Elk Ba>in 54 ??
| Emerson Phone 2 24
] Emma Conner 2 3
j Federal Oil 2 74
First National Copper 24 Ti
I C.len 34 ?S
I Goltffleld Consolidated 2T 29
I Oreen Monster 4 7 16
HoHv Sugar 40 50
Holly Sugar pfd 90 1M
H..Ust<o Oil 75 77
I Howe Round 44 4*4
| Hull Ooppsr 45 55
, InteroQptmental Rubber 10 12
i International Petroleum 15*% 154
Island Oil 44 44
i Jerome Verde 7 16 916
iJim Butler 3? 41
' Jumbo Extension 12 14
Kevstone Tire 344 344
Lake Torpedo 24 3
Magma Copper 2?4 294
Mason VaCey ?4 34
Maxim MmWion* 4 4
Merritt Oil 234 S?
Metropolitan Petroleum 1 11-16 1 13-16
Midwest Oil com 112 114
Midwest Oil jtfd 14 14
Midwewt Refining 121 122
Mitr'iell Motors 15 to
Motherl.de 34 T?
Nil'using Vine* Co *4 *4
North American P. * P 24 24
Northw.-stern Oil .*. 46 48
0.ii.? <3oppcr 11 16 4
Oklahoma Oil Co 1 14
OHa. Prod. * Ilefg Co 74 94
Okmulgee Oil 24 *4
Pacific I So* .*2
Peerless Motors 184 19-4!
Ray Hercules 34 34
Relc. Equlrtnent 104 114
St. Jcseph Ivead 14 144
Sapu-'ps com 6:* 74
Sequoyah Oil 916 4
Sinclair Oulf 194 2>4
Standard Motors 84 94
Submarine Corporation 11 12
Succesa Mining 10 13 i
Tonopah ^tension 2 -4
Triangle Film 4 4
Tri Bullion 4 4
United Eastern 44 44 i
U. S. Light and Heat com 14 14 ,
U. 8. Light and Heat pfd 2
United Motors 344 344
United Profit Sharing .> 5 16 7-16 |
IT. 8. Steamship 54 6
United Verde 344 3641
United Western Oil 4 4 j
United Zinc 4 14
Victoria Oil 24 24 j
BALTIMORE PRODUCE.
Baltimore. Dec. 13? ?Prices on the local pro
duce market today ranged as follows:
POTATOES?White. Western Maryland and ]
Pennsylvania. per 100 lbs, 2.50a 3 00; do. New;
York. No 1. per 100 lbs, 2J0a300; do. Eastern
Shore of Maryland and Virginia. McCormicfc. |
2.C0a2.25: do. Jerseys, per 150-lb. sack. 4.flOa4 25; j
sweets, yellowa. North Carolina, per bbl. S.Ot'a i
6.00; do. Eastern Shore of Maryland and Pela- |
ware, per bbl.. per hamper. 1.75a2.00; do. East- I
ern Shore. 5.50a600; do York RiTer. per bbl., j
5:50afi.00; yams, fancy, bright, per bbl. 4.50a5.00.
LIVE POULTRY?Chickens, young, large,
smooth, per lb. 27 a Be; do. young, milium, per j
lb, 27a28c; do. small, per lb, 28c; do. young, by;
express, per lb. 26a2Tc; do. old roosters., per lb. j
23? .4c;; do, old hens, over 4 lbs, per lb. 26a27c;l
do,'small, per lb, 25c; do. White Leghorn
hens, per lb, 25a2Tc; ducks. Muscovy and Mon- i
grel, young, per lb. 27a28c; do. White Pekin. I
young, per lb, 30s32c; do. puddle. 34 lbs and 1
over. per lb, 30c; do. smaller, poor, per lb, '
25a26c; turkevs. choice young hens, per lb., | |
3?c; do. choice young gobblers. per lb.
35s36c; do. old torn a. prr lb, 33s34c; do. crooked
breast, poor, per lb, 30a31c, geese, Maryland
and Virginia, per lb. 29a30c; do. Western slid
Southern, per lb, 27a28c; pigeons, old. per psTr. I
2Ba25c; do. joung, per pair, Ds25c; guines fowl. i
young, orer 14 lbs, esch. 60c; do. under 14 |
'.ha. each. 40c; do, smaller, each, 30c; do. old.
each. 40c.
BUTTER-Creamery. Western separator. 1
tras. Cailc, do. firsts. 6&a?6? do Western printa.
4 lb. extras ffcsTOr; do. flrsu. CisOc; nearby I
? rrsmery ntraa ?2a63<?; ?W?. firsts, 9ta60r. dairy |
prints Pennsylvania surf Virftnia. fitm Us44.
d??. flrMa. 4laOr; store parke?t. (trsta, 41e, rolla.
Man land and l'onn?)hanta. 4ls4ar, do. West
\ trgtnis 4>s4? 4n o?iit> 4is4>
K4iU? ??eiem MaryUnd Psasagl?as*s sM
'tesrh). per doe firsts 6Sr gaot^rr SWof* of
Mar land and \ Irgtnta ?nU Vr. (Mil* Srsts j
a* 1 Irgmis 0r Hmttkvm (Nsvfti t'an? '
INmi Arsis * I
COTTON MAKKKTI.
_ _ ? ? . I
IM Ita. U MlMlMi ?< ? Mnt '
*||?ii 11 Ita ita ( itain StaMta.. ? iW .???
? i^lita M (Hk M ??*?? Ita Ita IP 1 ita at I
n il?? MMta taS Ita Mat * ??
?... Hi. aSta (S? ? htat
Ita ??? j
of tlw I'nlttd Stun Uat month uaad otilf m
?? bata. .tiiwt uiM U n*r?po!xilo?
?oath ? raar ?? Ueoarallr. bowmt. KOU
??nt app?ared to b? bullish on the idea that
tha Tlilble .UDH, u Un.tr md br foreigner,
"d ooljr ??uiif rnlpaxM. and with Um
"M? ?"iUble iha dnunl lra> .brad ?U1
*ot*1 ?win lndiffaraoca o( America*
?pinnera.
Announcement that maximum price restriction
would be removed lrcro food* trade beginning
January 1 was i-orjikWed another step to the
return to normal, but created no freak news aa
to the immediate market ?
?wipU at pvt. for the day vera 2V?7 ha We.
Exports for the day aerated 20.546 baJea.
Hpct at New Orleans ?n steady with mid
dling unchanged at 3J0c; ia.ee were 1M balea.
"Pot here ?u cuiet at an advance of five point*
4t ?a?c 'or middling; there were no saW.
BeeeipU at leading porta: Galveeton, 7,794;
New Orleans, 6,7?; Mobile. 1414; Savannnh.
4.934; Wilmington, 1?, Norfolk. I SO; Augusta.
1.790; St. Louis, 514; Houston, 5,672.
NEW TORI STOCK MARKET.
Uuotallooa fumlabad br W. B. HIbba k Oa
High. Low. Cloan
Adams Kx proas 64 54 54
A?lr. Rum ley 3 34% ?
Adr. Rumley pr 00 ? ?0
Ajax Rubber 674 974 6T4
Alaska Gold 3% 3% 3%
Alaska Juneau 2 C 2
Allia-Chalaer# 11% * 31
A Ilia Chalmers pr ?4 83 84
American Agriculture Chem. MS ?14 ?;%
American lieet Sugar 634 ?2 62%
American Canning 46* 454 *
American Canning pr 96 97% 98
American Car A Foundry... 88*4 86% 87
American Cotton Oil 424 41 41 |
American Hide k Leather.. 144 144 144,
I American Hide A Lea. pr.. 72 71% 714
A nun can Ice 424 414 414;
I American Ice pr 574 574 574
i American International ST\ 664 57%
1 American Linseed 464 45 454
American Unseed pr 92 894 fHi
American Locomotive 544 ?> 634
American Malting 54 34 34
American Smelting A Refg. 834 814 82 I
American Steel Foundry.. .. 87 87 87 j
American Sumatra 974 *6 96 I
American TH and Ttleg . 103 1IU4 1024'
American. Woolen 58 574 574
American Writing Paper pr 294 294 194
American Zinc A Lead 13 12% 12% J
Anaconda 654 514 64 '
Anaconda 664 544 644 i
i Atchison pr 96 90 90 |
| A. U. A West Incioa 111% 116 10 |
| Baldwin Locomotive f 76 74 744 I
Baltimore A Ohio 644 534 51 |
Baltimore k Ohio pr 564 564 564
! Berratt Co. 1664 1064 M64 |
' Bethlehem Steel Claas B.. ?74 664 ?64
Booth Fisheries ZJ% 234 234
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 35% SHfc 31
' Burns Brothers 154 152 132
, Butte Copprr * Zinc 74 7% 7% 1
Huuer,<* Cn. 174 174 174 I
; California lacking 484 484 ?8<* |
' California Petroleum ?14 214 214 '
California Petroleum pr 894 ?94 694
.Canadian Pacific 1394 1394 1394
lease (J. I.) pr 92 92 92 I
Central Leather 63 62 ?2
Cere de Paero 344 34 34 I
Cheaapcake k Ohio 574 564 564 I
Chicago Great Western pr.. 274 274 ^4
Chi . Mil. k 8U Panl ?54 454 454
Chi.. Mil. k St Paul pr... 80 78 784 I
Chicago. R I A Pacific . 26% 36% 164
Chile Copper 194 194 194 j
Ohteo Copper ! 374 374 374 1
Colorado Fhel k Iron .394 394 394
Colorado k Southern td pr . 46 46 4*
Columbia Gas 394 394 394
t oo. Gas of New York 1004 994 994
Cor. Int. California Mining 9 9 9 .
Corn Producta 474 47 474 ,
Cora Producta pr 103 100 W5 j
Cnidbla Steel 584 5?4 5?
Crucible Steel pr 894 ? ?
Cuban Cane Sugar 31 304 304 '
'Cuban Cane Sugsr pr 814 814 814 i
Delaware. Lacks, k Weftera 176 -*76 176
r I>enrer k Rio Grande I *? 94 94 94 1
! r>i?tillera" Securities 494 48% 48%
l Dome Mining 124 124 124
F4k Horn Ooal 284 284 284
Ene Railroad 19 15% 184
FeJeral Mining k Smelt, i* 40 ?0 40 j
(.a.ton W k w 3&4 30 304 I
1 General Electric . 149 149 149 j
General Motors 127 12t
General Motors pr . 814 814 8-4
; Goodrich fB. F.? 57 664 564 '
Uiranby Con. Mining ^4 784 784,
Clrttit Northern j* 974 964 97 i
Crrat Northern Ore 22 214 3iH !
( Gr? ne-Cananea 484 474 1? )
| Gulf htatee St**l 674 674 #74
Haskell k Barker 4*4 464 ?j
Inspiration 471a 464 464
Interbonough 64 6 64
j Interboroush pr 2?4 C44 25
Int. Heneater (new) 1144 1144 1144
Ii-t. Merchant Marine a 27 2"4
' Int. Merchant Marine pf? 115 1134 1'.34
International Nickel 32% 324 324 J
. International Paprr 32 32 32
Irternational Psper pr. (Mat 63 63 ?
Kan^s City Southern pr... 55 55 5S
Kelly Tire Co. 654 65 6?4
? Kcnnccott 3? 344 314 i
I^ickawsnna Steel 694 W4
1 I<ehig4? Valley 594 STa ?
I^uisnlle A Naahnlle ZZt4 1 J>4 lX'a
Maxwell Motor 94 29 21^4]
Maxwell l?t !? 624 52 62
Max well 2d - H4 J>4 3?S
! Mexican Petroleum 1624 16t>4 W.4
Miami Con*r 25 23% 24 j
Mid vale S??w! 454 444 444
MirT" & Ht IxKiis (new)... 14 14 14
| Missouri. Kansas A Texas . 54 54 54 1
; Missouri Pacific CS*a 36 a 364 ,
' Mi^mri Pacific pr 574 56 56 j
i Montana Power 75 744 744 '
i National Conduit A C )64 16 1? j
1 National Enam. k Stpg? 474 47 ?74
| National I^ead pr 1064 1054 1<&4 i
J Nevada Copppr 194 184 184 |
New Orleana. Texas AM.. 36 35 35 ?
' New York Central 774 764 76% j
N. Y . N. H. A Hartford . 35 344 31%,
! N. Y Chicago k St. l4?ii? 29 34 9%,
? Norfolk k Western 1074 107 107
' Northern Pacific 5t4 944 914 j
Ohio Cities Gas .* ?34 424 ?34 I
Ontario Mining 7% 74 7%
JHrena Bottle 46% 4f4 464
Pacific Mail 8. 8 35 344 35
Tan American Petroleum . 654 66 65
Pennsylvania 464 464 464
Peoplea' Gas 52 52 52
Philadelphia Co. 324 31% 32
i Pere Marquette prior pr 584 5S4 584
: Pierre-Arrow 444 44 44
Pierre Oil Corporation...... 164 18 16
Pittsburgh Coal 474 47 ?7%
Pittsburgh Coal rr 854 854 854
Pittsburgh k West Virginia 374 *>4 364
Pullman Co 130 119 119
Railway Steel Springs 734 744 75
Ray Copf?r :.... 2 4 214 2!
Reading Railway 844 834 84
Rep Iron k Stfel 754 744 744
Royal Dutch 994 97 9*4 j
St. lionis A San Francieoo.. 164 154 164 j
Saxnn Motor 94 94 94 j
Hear*-Roebuck 1684 187 1ST I
Khatmck-Arianna 154 154 154
SinHair Oil k Refining .33% S3% 33%
Southern Pacific W24 101% K>1%
I Southern Railvay 30** 30?* 304
I Southern Railway pr 70 694 694 |
| Standard Milling pr 86 86 86
Studcbaker 53 61% 6241
, Stuta Motor 63% 52 52
| Superior Steel 364 364 364 J
Tcnn. Copper A Chemical .. 14% 144 144 |
Texas Con 188 187
I Texaa A Pacific 27 264 27
Tobacco Producta 804 79% 80 1
I Traneue k Wil 394 394 394
i Twin City Rapid Transit? 524 524 6?4 !
I'nion I*acific 13n% 1 94 1294 !
I I'nion Pacific j* 72% 72% 72%
I Pnited Cigar Stoma W64 1?4 ?44
! Ignited Railway Invest, pr.. 164 164 164
IV. 8. Caat Iron Pipe 15% 15 15
\V. 8. Alcohol 1024 1014 1?14
IU. S. Realty k Investment. 22 22 ?
| P. 8. Rubber 75 744 744 !
I IT. 8. Rubber 1st N8% W?4 10Tv% j
|T. S. Smelting k Refining. 47 47 47 Ji
, U. 8. Smelting k Refg rf 47% ?7% ?7% !
: r. 8. Steel r% 964 964 1
I V. 8. Steel pr IIS* ll\% 112% j
; Ttah Copper 794 7? 77
? Ctah SeoiriUas 14 IS 13
Virginia Iron, Ooal k Coke 53 544 544 I
i Wabash pr A 384 374 374
1 Weatern Maryland 13 124 124 I
Western Pacific pr. ?34 04 434 j
Western I'nion 884 884 884
Weatinghoose 434 ?2% 4*S
Wharling A U E 9% 9% 94
Wheeling A L. R. pr 19 J9 19
Wilson A Co. 754 74 75
Wlllys-Oreriand 26 254 S54
Willv?-*>vertand pr 884 984 884 j
Worth infit on Pump 64 -64 54
High. Low.
Call Money 5% 5
DEW YORK PRODUCE.
I New York. Dee. 13 Bl'TTKR hw ; lecnpta
? m tuhe ev*aaaery higher thaa extra* 99%a
extra ftJ aceei 8rata 0%a?a.
irv s???k ^lrrsnt make No t. 41a41%r
HGGM *
fathered evtraa TUfh- fraah?athe~4 roller
I ?<*ke>i aatra 8?ai?. Mat* -? ? ?
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| National Metropolitan l.l'.lll X
Kltst "Z
Jseoood 111.11H' Ji"
NaUomI Bank of viMiw!^! S
TRCST COMPANJ STOCK*
American Security and Truat a'
I National Barings and Trust :*s
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noma 43D
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taat Uaabiiicton ?],
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CHICAGO GRAIN.
r^JV^H ^ -?"vha?d
rm?r? in *prp further aur-'
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todlT ?au '"""*? ?*??
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RIBS January. 25.71- Ma* 2? 1"
I'ORK?Jarvuarj", 46.SS: Ma>. 45 :5.
LIVESTOCK MARKETS
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14 3.15 75; l?|k Ml^ fjj,.??* ""
cmttlo about at?ady;, nanners vnms ra!v^?
a'^T 110,0*'r: M?.( Tif Z\j7
Bond, choion and prnn^ :5 ^al? 73 d?. o?,,? J, '
? nd M,? .sonuc ^riU00^!
and he,fer,. 6.:5.U T5 cnncr. ,?d enter, c IS
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* SaJ? T5. Wmr-n ranp# ?*,f M^-rm 14 ?w f
r?: do. mw* and hrifprs. 7.75*1+ S.
8HKEP-Recvtnts. If.OCO; market very dull;
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and pnm#
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]sll?; atochers m4 (?dm. )U>i:or ea *?*.
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SHEEP MO aUMi] iiaki ftJto
: 15.50; ewna. (00*9 00
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; Urfrta KJkl7.?: w It 00a 14 00
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t'Arnx Becsipta, i.iso. iasd> c*i?? *tee<t*
at * OCta 19.90
SHEEP - K?tu*? 40* ?Md< luibi atesd?
Plttahursh, Dtt 11-HOOI RmIpU > ?*?
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. sHLKJ' AND LAMBH - Rar?t|?* .
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| CALVES lUorli*. ISC; lower; top. It A
. Eoat Buffalo. Drt 12 -C ATT Lb KcmpU
50T alow
CALVErt-Beceipts. BBS. atroag; Mk, MM.
a few S ?
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slow; heavy. mixed and Yotbcra. 7T.lt;
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WASHINGTON PRODUCE
BOGS-Strirtlr Ir**. ?etart. ?5 l?
Kilts. ?; cold ktorsp. 16.
CHLXSE-New York at ate factory. n~ ?.
P TITER-Elgin. print. 7? L2*ir.. tub. 70
LIVE POULTKY-Booster* per lb.. Da9
turkey.* par lbM 32*27. cblrkena. aprinc. per H
a*20 bene. per lb. Sc.? . kesta, )???. lfc iba
and up. 00
I DRESSED POULTBY-Freah killed ?nB|
3ia?. turkeya pre lb.. t2af> mootera. prr lb.. J
Z'mA. hena. p?* lb.. 23a25. 1
j GREEN PRE IT- Apples, prr bhl . ? JDaft 10
i box. T5ca2.t0 t-aaket. fancy. 1Mat 00 Cat
1 torma k-mona. 4.00*0.00; California erupt
i 5 0i*? t Plorlds crjnp a 4 0U*i> ??. cranbemrv
i 10.00a I TOO prr bbi Z OUal 00 j?r bua . gxapr fruit, j
per boo. 200*4.00.
VEGETABLES- I'otatoca. No. 1. I'ialJO.
| h*enft. per baakct. rMliJ 9C; peoprra. crate.
I 2.90a5.00 ; okra. crate. 2.Ma5 00: raditbe* bunrt
2a2; ruouiubera. baa. 4.05*5 00. e0p4anta. 1 Ska
4 09 crate; cabb*?e. nld. 100 ]b?. iJOa'OC. Iveta.
! per buncti. ?al letturr. 100a2.M prr baaSet
taatatoea, ft'lorida, 2 ?Ga5.0f rwaa 206*2 00 per
: swrrt |utatoCea. 4.0M SO prr bbi ; celer*
75cal 00 per buncti. do. > M*T 00 per crate
aiiuaab. per bbl . 3.55*1.50, aptnacL. 2 00*2 * btl.
| kale 1.00*1 90 bbl.
j DBkSHED h.iRK Liffet. II. medium, it;
i bearr. %. 9
LIVE STOCE?f*krer. per lb. Tsl. Ismbs.
17; csltes. 21*21; medium. I'alt. f
j bEEDh -Ciorer. & Hm%.U0 per boabil. t?m
| othy ( (Orfit per buabe!; red tot- pua. Half
ier pound; blue gr*? I SO per buabel; orchard
ra?. 2.50*2 71 per buabel.
HAY AND 4?BAIN-Xo. 1. timothy 35 a too;
I Sr. ? ?(Pintb' 24 a ton: mixed ha;. H a toe,
mixed oat*, II buabel . white oat*. V buab?\.
Improving Your
Investments
The avrragf in vet tor bene J
fits by cxchar.fjnf ton* of 1
his bonds, notes and stocks I
every few years. To know |
how and when to moke ex
changes usually requires
the services of bankers fa
miliar with chancing se
curity values. We are al
ways ready to offer our
services without charfc or
obligation.
ffriu for our latest
Ir.vestment Suggestions
A. B. Leach & Co., Inc.
lateatsifat Herurlilr*
62 < edsr St., >rw > ork
Chicago Boat^n rbiiadelpA
Buffs lo Serantos Ba'tiaahr?
W ashlnstoD CorrespondaaUl
Moor bead & Elmore
T2? Klftee-?tb Street
Phona Main 2100
Tbe Safest lDvcttmeati
! Ate tbuaa that V nut fiuciuate ouini tfte
| turbine cx<n"?twi ot *ti* u.4>t| or atoca
?iar*rta f irw oe*d ot tnjat noira (brat
nonnp?i weu arcurad oa raa. eatata iai
tbr LhatncT of Columbu. eoo?ti(sia "gu>
rdge tnrretir.rnts a no do not drprna op#
the rnauoa1 refcpf-?>'?Nlity ?rf mriirvKaia a
I errporaUrT^. tct thnr stability S> r**
| surp'* c-K-ti m?rrtrmnt? ?n amount* lw
apwsrd S^nd for booklet. "Conetroad
L/ani and IcTeaaroeota "
Swartiell, Rheem &
Hen?ey Co.,
i 727 Tittfen Street Nortkwe^.
I
Is It Your Pay-Day Policy
?to bank something EVERY TIME your salary
envelope comes to hand? To succeed in accu
mulating money for Christinas, for "rainy-day"
protection or for any other purpose, you MUST
PET S^ STEM in your thrift efforts.
Open an account in this handy bank This Pay
Day and KEEP IT GROWING. Any amount will
do for your initial deposit. We pay uniform rate
of interest on both large and small accounts.
Capital and Surplus. $2,000,000
Same Rate of Interest Paid on Large
and Small Account*
OFFICERS';
W 11,1.1AM D. HOOVER Pre*. FRANK STETSON. Tru?t Officer
WOODBURY RI-AIK. Fir?t V. P. CHAS. C. I.AMDORN. Tmiurrr
FRANK W. 8TONE. Second V. P. K. PKRCIVAU WII^SON, Secretary
DIRECTORS.
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NATIONAL SAVINGS & TRUST CO.
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??* Cor. 15th aftd New York A v?.

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