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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1912.
r THREE 1 v A A h$m$4H$m4 STANDING OF THE CLUBS Nntlonnl league. Won Lost Pet. Krv York ....... T 44 ,6S8 C'hlcftBo . . 87 fi4 .617 Pittsburgh - K7 f .60S Cliiclnnnll .,; .. .. . . .72 72 .600 I'liilinjrlplila' ...... BT 74 .475 !t. Louis . . . . . .'. .-. Ti SO .407 Jlrooklyrr . .51 88- .J80 Huston , . . . .47 8 .321 l'n.ston .... V ashlmilbn l'hllailelphlu Chlt'HCQ ,'. . Cleveland, ', Detroit' '. . . .' St. I.ouIh . . . New York", Ainericun I.ctigm. '. 100 i;.S7 ,..,'..85 ; . . ' 7 1 09 '.;' 8 , . . oo .:."49 Lost Vvt, 15 .O'JO I8 .C0U 5U .DUO 1 74 " .490 70 ' .476 77 .409 95 . .340 95 .310 Western l.cnguo. , Won Lost Pet. D. nvi r V , 93 6S .609 Oinalui . .'. . . 92 67 .081 St. Joseph 89 71 .056 Drs Moines 78 "' 7S .000 Lincoln . . . ; 79 81 .497 Sioux City .' 73 82 .in Uleliita 75 8 1 .409 Tolii'kn 01 106 .321 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National Lengno. St. Louis at lltltibur(;h. Cincinnati ut Chicago. Philadelphia at Urooklyn. Huston at New York. American I.cngiie. Now York at Hoston. AVaHhington at Ph'ladelphla, Chlengo at St. Louis. Detroit at Clcveltinil. Wootern Leflsue. Denver nt Wichita. Lincoln at Topekn. Sioux, VUy. at Omaha. Des Moines at Hi. Joseph. NATIONAL LEAGUE I'lttMbuigli, I; St. I-oiiIh, 0. pHtsliursh, Sept. 25. PittHburgh Khiit out Ht. Loul!. Bresnahan was the only St. I.ouislan to reach second base. He was batting for Ueyer in the ninth Inning. Score: ' '' "'' It. II. K. PlttHbui'Kh 4 9 0 St. LouU 0 3 3 JintterieF Trdk.n,nd Pimon; (ley er fend Wlilfeoi "' Two base hits Wag ner, llroKnahan. Three base hit Hyjne. ' ito'nie run Butler. I'nse on hult-M.ftro"Foohv S ...I ... .U'eoiinL-of Ituln. . . Uostoii-.ow;Yrk, no ginnq; Hrooklyn-Plilladelphla, no 'liO. ,.,,. .-:;: .' ruin. game I AMERICAN LEAGUE s SL- Loll In, 5-12f--t.iHongi, 3-t. St.. Leuix, Sept. S!5i -St. Louis won two game from Chicago and moved Into sevenjth .plaoft tn Itho leiigue stand In?. The home t'erim won the first game 'by bunching hits In the seventh inning.1- .. ' In tho. .second game, which was culled in '"tho seventh Inning, boeause of UurlfheJ-S, Wellmun held tho visitors to one: hit ."-" First game Score! H. K- St. LouIh ...... 5 1'. 1 ChieaRg" , j. 371 Batteries Pnumgardner and Cros sett; White and Schalk. Two base hit Williams. . .Three baso hit Zel iler, Maltlck. Base on balls Oft liauingurdner, 2: ' White, . 2. Struck out - liaumKardner, 1; White Second gane -Score : St, Loui clili.nu-',. . lotteries Weilniati-and .Mexander; t'icotte. Douglas, JuhttSon and Kuhn. Hase orl balls Oft Cieotle, 1; Douglas, 1; Johnson,",-: Wcilrhan. 1. Struck out lfy t'ieotU 2;. D"Ubi. I; John ton, 8. Woilmu,V'2.;Vi;"Ulres Con nolly 'VikI ti'itrien.', : It. H. K. .12 14 1 . 0 1 3 K. H. K. 6 8 0 0 2 4 Itolon, i, Scvi Vork. O. ISoHttm, Sept. 2.1. Joe Wood shut out Xw York. ' .Tins, 'visitors got two hits and Wood gave tfum only one puss. SchulU, a recruit, pitched a good gillie, niter the first inning In which 'McMillan's error opened the win to four Boston runs. Score: .', Huston . . i'lf V.irl Itattcrles Wood and t'ary: Schultz and Williams. Two bnse ,hils Stahl. Wagner, Speaker. Three base hit t'ady. Bases on balls Off Wood. 1; Schultz, 5. Struck out By Wood. 10; Schultz, 3. Umpires Dineen and Bain at Plilbulelpblu. Philadelphia. Sept. 25. Washington-Philadelphia games; rain. WESTERN LEAGUE onialm, a,8: Wot" Cltjr, 1-0. Omaha, Sept. 55. Onlalijv fon both Bailies of a douM.-IU'adtr.'' Thi m nd game was called in the sixth In ning on account of dnrknesB. Pirst game Score: It. II. K. Omaha . 009,610 30 (TOO 16 10.3 SU.iix C. 20$'flt O02 600 0 4 11 2 BatU-rlra-fcHnflfIii4(MftMl Johnson; Whit,, and Chapman. Three base hits Reunion, Justice. Home run Kane. 'Vnf on lialls Off lfatl,-3; Hi ks. 1 : White, 4. Struck out Pj Hall. 6: Hicks, 2; White, 8. Umpire McOin ni and Myers. Second game Score! R. II- E. Omaha 140 03 8 19 1 "iops City ........ l00 000 4 2 ltterl. Hkk and Johnson; Con " and Diets. Two base hits Mey " Pas on lialls Off IlUks. 1 ; Pnnway, 4. struck out By Hicks, 4: Pinway, 5. Umpires r Meyers and Lincoln. TopHo, 5-. Uneoln, Sept. SR. Llneoln won Ixith lm f a double-header wUh Tope kn. The second was a great ten-inning pitchers- buttle, n single run com ing over the plate. First game Score: It. II. E. Mncoln 003 003 11 8 14 2 Topcka 200 002 010 i 7 I Batteries Taylor, Wolverton, Des sau and Carney; Adams, Cochrehain and Smith. -Three hase hits McLurry. 2. Two base hits Mullen, Cole, Coch rehain. Struck out By Taylor, 3; Wolvcrtou, 2; Adams, 4. Base on bn(ls Taylor, 15; Wolvcrton, 1. Second game Score: It.. 'I.E. Lincoln .... 000 000 000 1 1 9 0 Topeka ' 000 000 000 00 0 2 Batteries .'liiKorman and Carney; Cochrelnini and Billings. Two base hit Cole. Struck out I'y Hagerman, 13; Coehrohum, 5. Base on balls Hagerman, 2; Cochrehain, 3. St. .r'di, 0: Din .Moines, 1. St. Joseph, Sept, 25. Crutcher struck out eleven men and allowed but throe hits, St. Joseph winning. ZwIH ing had but two chances at first base. Score: B. II. E. Des Moluoa .. 000 010 0001 3 4 St. Joseph 020 004 0(l 6 9 3 Batteiies Sweet and Slight: Crutcher and tlossctt. Three base hit Leonard. Struck out By Crutcher, II: Sweet. 4. Base on bulls .Off Crutcher, 5; Sweet, 4. 3P FIIK1E WHITE AFTER BOUT WITH 1 iSWORLD'S baseball!yale LIE HEM SERIES OPENS AT NEW YORK ELEVEN; HAS CLOSE CALL WITH WESLEYAN TEAM Chicago Lishtweaht, Who. First Game Betwcc; Boston. For First Time Since Fights Ed Winters at Raton October 3rd, Wants to Come Here Later and Box, Red Sox and Giants Will be Players Rcpresentinj Played October 8th; ule is Adopted', Sched- Colli Wcatlicr nt Wichita. Wlihita-Denver game postponed cold weather. Two gam's tomorrow PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At San Francisco Score: n. II- E. Oakland 3 4 2 Sacramento 1 10 1 Batteries Mnlurkcy and Xlilzc; Al berts and Cheek, U At Portland Score: Portland San Francisco 2 Butteries Koeslner, Klawltter Howley; Baker and Berry. and At Los Angeles First game Score: Vernon Los Angeles Batteries Balcigh Levercnz and Boles. Sj-cond game Score: It. Vernon " I-rfis An seles - Pnttiries Carson and Brown: lit and Boles. Culled nt end of inning; darkness. H. E S 3 D 4 and a. : 5 10 0 Agnew ,'L K. 10 0 r, 7 BIG UNIVERSITIES FAVORED BY NEW GRIDIRON RULES Ray Morley Columbia Former Coach of Squad, Declares That Football Changes Benefit Game, . That the recent chunges In the footlxill rules would work in favor of the larger universities, and that even if this were tho case the game a,s a whol-i would bo benefited, were the leading slaten'cnts In a discussion of the new conditions in the game made last .night by .Bay Morley, former couch at Columbia university. Mr. Morley drtaml that in his belief. It-, was well for the game to have some recognized Leaders and that if the recent chunges had not been made, "the big four" would have lost forever Its prestige as the ruler of football destinies this season. "There , run ie no question." de clared Mr. Morley. "that the football rules were, changed for the express benefit -of the larger universities. 1 predicted this last year. The changes are nearly nil such as will work in favor of the larger schools which have more men t uct us a source of ma torlal and will break up this thing of a light and snappy team defeat ing some of the big fellows, as hap pened under the open play rules. Tho big four. Yale. Harvard, Prince ton and Pennsylvania, wouiu nat this year lost forever all their pres tige as leaders In the game had the rules not been modified. "Even though this is true. I favor the change. I believe that it is best for the sport that there are a few recognized leaders. Then teams of the second elas can fight out their rivalries among themselves and will not attempt to win from the leaders of the game by-unfair means, li'here con be no doubt that In some cases this has been done and, of course, the other colleges In the same class are only too glad to keep still and fco men who are really ineligibles played against a great university's team In order that the smaller s hool may win. -Ko the rules will again produce a? clusMricatlon of , the teams , Into grades In which they can fight with each other for the victory, but which will cut out this thing of trying to beat a team from one of the big schools ty all sorts of means. That will be one benefit. "As tar as the other chnng'-s are concerned. I believe tha Hbolition of the distance limit on forward passes Is good, and so is the change that makes a forward pass good if it goet over the goal line. I see no reason why It should be harder for A team to gain ground near an op ponent's 'goal line than it is In the middle of the field. These changes will also work in favor of the lishter, faster teams. Fiankle White, the widely known Chicago lightweight, with a record of fifty halth'M won and bul four defeats, has written to the sporting depart ment of tin" .Morn ng Journal, asking that .n challenge from him to meet Loulq Xownmit, the local lightweight, be issued, the same to bold good afte!' (i bout at Baton on October 3d, when White meets Kd. Winters. While and Newman fought a 15 round draw about a year ago at Wal scnbuiif, Colo., which experts declare was one of the fastest battles ever staged between lightweights In the state of Colorado. Though each boy )ian desired a return match since, matters have never shaped themselves to niiike this poss'ble until now. With White anxious to come to Albiuiuer iue for such a bout, and Newman a' ceady on the ground. It looks us if I'l- reetor Mark Levy, of the New Mexico Athletic club, could arrange a bout between them. IHrcctor Levy is busy ncKotialiliK for at least one all-star curd fair week and It may be he w II put on two cards. The possibility of Battling Nelson showing here wcnl glimmering yesterday, when Nelson asked a guar antee of $1.1100, with an option of tak ing a percentage of the gate money. Tommy I'tynn, a, San Francisco bantamweight, may be matched to meet Bennv Chaves, the Bocky Moun tain champion, Director wired ltyan n proposition yesterday. A reply to the message Is expected by today, llyan is now In Denver. Dick But trey, of Denver, has also written here, asking for u chance at Charley Pierson. llultrey fights at 145 pounds and Is said to be a tough prop osition In the boxing line. Pierson fought him sonic lime ago in Denver, getting a decision over him In a furi ous contest that was scheduled for but four rouds. H may he that Pier son and Buttrey will be brought to gether in All)uiiucriuc at an curly date. It Is expected Unit the fans will know In a few days what to expect the Week of the fair. College Scored on 1889 Small Time- Honored Blue Football Team, lly Mornlni Junmnl Mwlul I runnl Vlr j New Yol k, Sept.-S3.-Play lor the I baseball championship of tin. world I will be I'C;iiii on the pun, grounds 111 New Yrik at 2 O'clock Tuesday after noon, October S, The second game will be played In Boston the following, M( H.v Murnlnir J,u,rlii,l Spclol 1 eitMr.l Wlr. New Haven, Conn., Sept. 'i'.i. - For the fli-M time sine t s ;- i Weslcy.-in scored on the Yale tenia today and 111 Idiawlng of Yale. each fiitr w u r i to , Boston li is an line for , cl the blue el, , n to its limit to by a M-ui-e of in to ;t. Willi the c a tie, to ,'!. ntid the game f.isl to a close, Captain Spalding plunged through the Wesley- foni' yards and a touch- fiom which a goal was kicked Other I ootliall KcmiII. high, ;;:!; Albright. 0. Trliihlml lull Well Allclalcd. Trinidad, Coio., Sept. :.',".-Tw o thousand people witnessed tile events ,'at the county fair today. John I '. Coper made a most successful flight lie rose to an allaineil a s l ti( l.i miles an hour and remained In the air 25 intitules, lie sailed nver the city from the lair grounds and went north of the grounds probably eight miles. Lord Llndley won second and heals and the race In the county or trot. Shorty I'.. was second. Mcldlcr and Chester finished two in three straight heals in tin trot, purse $:1imi. Time: 2;:I2. The (Jam and llcnsley String the cowboy relay lace two and half miles. Pulse $ ion. Lew having tlonal c miiilsshm ilefeut COLUMBUS MEET IS CALL MONEY GOES 7 PER CENT ON E EXCHANG Stock Sales Reach Proportions Almost of Boom Times; Standard Shares Showing Advances Generally, FEATURED BY GOOD RACING Dave Halley, Southern Trotter Wins Hester Columbus Stake lZZ from Baden, the havonte, and Esther W, ir, was as the Results from Journal Want Ads I By Margins Jus ran I ftprrlat .mnt Wlrr 1 Columbus, O., Sold.. 2.r. Dave llal y, the 4-year-old trotter owned by A. Franklin, of Memphis, and driven by T. W. Murphy, today won the Hes ter Columbus stake. Four heats were jliecissary, the first being taken by J)orali Medium. The winners best mo was 3:0K. At every finish three horses were lapped. Baden. leading stake winner of the She favorite, with K;uher W second choice. Anne Axiue was proclaimed the winner of the :!-year-ld pacing Horse Review Futurity. Her victory wuh pro tested, It being charged she was over years old. Bosslc Bee, first choice In the 2:15 ice, looked to be beaten ill loilaCs first beat, tiatiiii !.. came well down the stretch leading, but went back to break that let I'essie Bee In first. The Iown marc then went on and won the two heats needed. ::25 pace, purse $1,200, unfinished yesterday: Bessie Pee, won; lama ti., second; Silver Diamond, tnird. Best time: 2:011-11. Capital City stake, 2:10 trotters, purse $3, 000: I nency, won; ia-igin. second; The Wanderer, ih rd. Best time: 2:07 ',4. 2:00 pace, purse $ 1,200: Columbia Fire, won; Farly Thaeker, second; Possibility, third. Best time: 2 : 0 1 U . 2:15 class pace, 3 in 5, purse $1,200 (two heats Tuesday): Bessie Bee, first; Carna C, second; Silver Dia mond, third. Best time: 2:011. Dorse Itevlew Futurity, 3-ycnr-old "jmcirs, 2 In R, purse $3,000: Anne Axiue. won; Impetuous Palmer, sec ond; Herman Wcnuer, third. Best time: 2:0S',. Two-heat 2:15'i trofing: Mucliow en. won. Time: 2:12. BASEBALL STARS TO PLAY PRACTICE GAME AT PARK ON SUNDAY A practice baseball game, played with a view to getting a line on some ,.e ih.. nl.ivers who will represent Al- bu,iueriue in the baseball tournament) nt the state fair, will be played Sun-j 'uy afternoon at Traction park. j Manauer Dun Padllla. who is r cruitlnir a team for the tournament. has the arrangements In charge and, promises the fans a good exhibition. Such well known players as Bert Craham, Chief Lo, kart, I- C (Indian) Smith. Boss Sala7.ar. Charley Ktim and Young O'Bannon will be in the lineup with other well known local players. flraham will captain one of the trains, while "It f L.Hkail ill bead the other. - . day. Play will alternai weather day between th Until t'.thor New York or won the four niit of seven uaiiies in.,., idown cssary to win the 1912 title Boston will coin, act Its seal sale I- practically In its own way. with pref I relice being giv en to all the season's patrons of the gutno who have been canvassed. The sale In .New York will be In the hands of Secretary He.Mller uf the Na tl il league, and 30,000 of the 3S,-11" " 'm"ss blplan, nun ncihm mil I... l,,,bi i n,,. altltudn of 1,2011 feet entrance to the polo grounds, one to each purchaser on the days of the games. The umpires for the scries will be I i l.oiigliliii and Kmiiis of the Ameri can league, nnd lllgler and Clem of the National. These are Hie principal features of the arrangements perfected today by the national baseball commission. The committee -virtually was n scries of contests preliminary to the championship, nt'd resulted In the New York Nationals twice winning over the Boston Americans. The na- I effectually, il Is believed, any possibllllv of the rc- j petition of Hie ticket speculating scan j dal In this city which marred the i scries last year. Advantage of opening on home grounds was lost to Boston when, with the toss of u coin by Mr. Johnson, President Brush, of New York, called "lulls" and President Mc.Mecr, of Bos Ion, chose "heads." The coin fell "tails." The Boston club desircu to start the series Monday, October 7. President Brush regarded Monday as a poor day for an opening In New York, and probably also foresaw an advantage in giving his team an extra day's rest af ter their probably mte clinching of the pi iinant title. He wanted the game Tuesday. On the toes of a coin, Blush won. Determine! to abide by tills declarn- I tion that the Boston Americans should handle the sale of tickets in their own way, President Johnson, of the Ameri can league, had come to the meeting to fight II out. Tho American league president was barked virtually by an ultimatum In tho form of a resolution adopted by his league last winter, declaring that it never again would engage In an Intel-league scries unless its dub were given control of the ticket selling In its city, tin the strength of this de. termination, Secretary Mctloy, of the plans y canvassing '.over all the regular patrons of the game In whose hands he purposed to place (he nun h-covetcd world's series admission cards. Mr. Heydler was ile.egutcd by the commission to have complete charge of I he sale in .New York, taking it out of the hands of the local club officials, but It w-its said with tho approval of President Brush. The coinnilHslun believes it has at last checked tho ticket scalpers by the following program for the sale of tickets for the New York games: Of Hie 3S, 000 seals , n the Polo grounds. 13,0011 bleacher seals tun reserved I will be sold at a dollar each; I i.OOo lower grandstand seats will be sold at $2 lach; 8.0110 upper grandstand seals at $'! each. and boxes seating loin- persons at $25 each. Willi the exception of 111,' Uppel grandstand and the boxes, nil the tick ets will be held foresail- Ml the Polo grounds on the days of the games. me ticket only will lie sold to a pi I son and purchasers will be rcijulrrd to enter the grounds Immediately af- 'tcr buying. The block of 8,000 seats In the upper tier of the grandstand Will be disposed of nt public sale on a date to be alinouneed later, with an allowance of two seats to each pur chaser'. This sale will not lake place, however, until from the S.floo seats are taken, 75 for each member of tin national commission, and, two to each of the eligible players, and until re quests from prominent Individuals, of ficials of organized baseball and sea son box holders have been taken cure of. What tickets are left may be bought for from one to three games In advance, but no mail orders will be considered. The boxes will be plae. ed on sale at the same lime these seats are offered the public. In Boston, w here I! is tioped to pro vide for 20.000 spectators, the prices i:,ollvii liapid Tiaiislt. .at Fen way park will '' Bo cents for center Held bleachers, $1 for other bleachers, $2 for seals in a new cov ered stand built along the third base line; fi for seats In the steel and concrete grandstand nnd $5 each lor box seats. All reserved seats will sold in advance by preference lo reg ular patrons. They will be good f- r three games. A rebate will be m i b In iis,. the third game is not played. It is emphasized that all ihes.. reserv ed seats will be Ihree-day tickets only at n,l 1H. Applications by mail Louisville & Nashville Minn., St. P, & Sault Sta. M . , Missouri. Kansas & Texas.... Missouri Pacific National Biscuit National Lead Natl. l;v of Mexico 2nd pfd. . New York Central New York, out. X- Western... Norfolk Af Western North American Northern Pacif'c Pacific Mall Pennsylvania People's Has Pittsburgh, C. C. ,V St. Louis. Plttsl erglV Coal I'l l ssc.l Steel Ca Pullman Palace Ilea, ling p., .public Iron ,V liepnl lie Iron ,V ltock Island Co. Itock Island Co. SI. L. - San Fran. 2nd pfd . . Seaboard Airline Seaboard Airline pfd Sloss Sheffield Steel ,V iron. Southern Pacific . Southern Kallwav Southern Kallwav pfd Tennessee Copper Texas & Pacific Pnlon Pacific i r . . t 'nr St. SI i pfd. el ... . el pfd. . .103 . . 14 ! . . no . . 411 . . tax . . i .. 2! ..117 . . :i7 . . I III 'u . , s 5 . .120 . . 21 ' . .125 ..117 . 1 I 0 ' i . . 2 5 " . . 50 . . DlS'i . . 1 7 2 ; .. IIP, . . Ill . r.t 's . ,", S 1 j .113', , :u . S5f' . 4 7', . 2 5 1., . I 7 1 ) come until ufter an early show of strength due to unfavorable, weather In the northwest. Fear, however, that threshing would bo delayed and that the , nuillty of the grain would suffer, failed to bring about more than a temporary buying demand, Russian seml-of f Ida! estimates put the wheat crop of the Czar's country at 411.0011.(100 bushels above all totuln previously announced. December ranged between 00 'i fd 01 il cents with last sales l tit l cents net lower at .u lit 'i cents, Frosts In Kansas, .Nebraska and South Dakota led to firmness in corn, w hich closed a shade to 1 cent higher, i bits ut tho finish were off 1 to 1 ''i 1 'm cents. Provisions closed firm, 2 'a cents lower to 1 i, rents up. ifnioii Pacific pfd ! ', Fulled States Bealty 5 ' j Fulled Slates Btibber 1 54 Failed States Steel 7" - Fniled Stales Steel pld 115 I tab Copper '' 'j Virginia Carolina Chemical., .. 4 7 Wabash Wabash pld H'l Western Miirv land 57 Western Fnloli s " ; Wcwllnghoiise Lie, trie N5', ! heeling ,t Lake Ft ie 7 '4 Treasury Statement. Washington, Sept. 25. At the be- 1 ginning ol onsiniss touay the cotiut- lion of the Fniled States treasury ! was: j Working balance 111 treasury of ! lie, s, JS5.7 lii.PMi. I In banks and Philippine treasury, n:t. 1115,451. I 'The total of the general fund Wus j Jl 1 7. 1 s 4 :i :. ! liecelpta yesterday were $ 2. 1 1!0,4 SO. Disbursements were $ 1 ,4 2J,2!l'.), The deficit lo date, tills fiscal year, $:i. 4!io.io5. I "The deficit at this Ihiic last year. $ I s,;:o 1,5.12. I'lo-e figures exclude Panama canal and public debt transactions. The Metal Markets. j Bonds, wcic active and I'll in. Total ; sales, par third pace one. 2 : 20 otic value. :s,2 I :i.Ooa. Full call. 'Total sales shares. I Slates bonds unehanged on tho fot day, r'jS.IMMI Boston Mining Slocks. from outside points W'lil be considered but no money lie, epled for applica tions. I'Hpke uiMiiil .lack Denning. New York, Sept. 25. Billy P.ipkc outfought Jack Denning, of N w York, in a lo-round boat tonight. DennlnK i-mrl'd a bad on point, dnr lllii the first lour rounds, but there after Pa like slowly wore him down with effective body blows. (!lr Morning Journal ,r,-1i,l 1 eilNrtl Wlrr.t -New York, Sept. 25,-Cail money advanced today to per cent, Hie highest rale o! the year. 'The I is. took place .lll.'t before the closi.cf the stock market, alter a number of Issues, Including r.'pi'csenlnt ive stock.-', bad recorded (heir best prices of Lie vein-. Among these were Ihe llarri- iiian shares, Fulled Stales Steel -t:n' Ainafeaniati d Copper. The sudden Hurry eanic In t If midst of a time of activity greater than mo market roomily has shown. Dealings ill the first hour aggregated 250,000 shares and Ihe da.v's total , pproxiniatoil sno.ooo i-haies. Some Justification for ihe money flurry was found in the condition of Ih,. local I ks. These Institutions have lost cash sleadil.v. Ihe dra'n since last Friday receding J5.50o.noo. In addition the sub-treasury today had a credit of almost $1,000,000 at the clearing house. 'The Ions of e ich l partly offset by gold Imp, rta. of which a little more than $1,000,- 000 was receive, today. From present indications, however, the week end may show a loss great enough lo wipe out the meagre reserves, lie, -cut activity In stocks will also figure Ini iiortantlv in the loan account. Industrial and inclai slock; unci conspicuous in the day'.1 ncss. Yesterday's action of Ih conda dirolo'is in incr.asin iUarlcrlv diivdcinl II do lo 75 o ins is' oM'oi ted to call for f1inil.il action bv the Amalgamated directors. Allied Issues like American Smelting and National Lead rose 2 points on what appeared to be urgent demand, w hile half a Here of spee'a Illes were up 1 anil z pun, Amalgamated 'upper. . American Agriciill lira I . . . American Beet Sugar. . . . A iiierlean Ca n American Can pfd American Car Foundry. Aiuet icon Cotton oil American Ice Securities. . American Linseed A merica u l.oconioliv e . . . . Amor. Sin. . liefg Amur. Sm. & Bcfg. pfd . . . American Sugar Bcfining. American Tel. Tel A merica u Tobacco Albino Amalgamated Copper. . j A inn. Zinc, Lead AL- S i Arizona Commercial . . . Bos. ,Vr Col li. Cop. & Sil. Calumet Arizona . . Cnluincl ,H llcela Centennial Copper Itange Con. Co. Fast Butte Cop. Mine. . . Franklin Clroux Consolidated . . ilranliy Consolidated . . ( trecne l.'a nanea Isle Boyiille I Copper I.. Keir Luke Lake Copper La Salle Caliper Miami Copper Mohawk Nevada Colisolldalcd . . . Nlplssing Mines Ninth Butte North 1 ake t lid Dominion , iHceola ... ... ijiilncy Shannon Superior. . Superior & 'Tamarack I '. s. Sm. Bef. Min . . . I '. S. sm. Bef. & Min. pr Flab Consolidated Mg. I il ' l 0 ' :i:i ' 4 ; 7 ' S 2 New Yolk, Sept. : I firm: standard spot and i $ I 7.25 bid ; i ictohcr and $ 1 7.50 'a I S.i'O. Mleclroly tic. $1 7.02 b. lake, I 7.0 2 'a 'a 1 7.N7 'j, l 7.25 fit 1 7.:i7. Tin, firm; spot and $50.0741 50. n7'.. ; October, 5ll.:17 '-.. Lead, lirm. 15.10 Idd. Spelter, f.riu. $7.ti0iw 7.75. Antimony, firm; Oookson's, $0.25. Iron, firm; No. northern, $Hi."fiiW 17.50; No. 2 northern, $ 1 il.aOti 1 7.00: ..No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern soli. $17.2511 IK. On. SIIV'i-. t:;i''.,; Mexican dollars, 4S'. 15. Copper, September, Nov ember, Hi 17,S7'-j; ; casting, September, $5".o0t iioslon Min . . d. wi r- bllsl- A na til'. Ftah Copper Co. . Winona Wolverine . 10'a . Ml . 15 T, . 7 'k . 5 ' , 5 S i a . H . :i 5 . 2 . . tl . :ni . 07 . 22 lll'l . SI . Ill in:i , NSbj . Ill . 45'i, 1 ';, , 4S , Ifl 51 b. I 2 1,11 52 7!l The Livestock Markets. Kansas City LIvespK-k. Kansas City, Sept. 25. Cattle I.e. .-elpis 11,000, Including 1,500 south erns; market steady to weak. Native steers. $ii.riOrt in. 110; southern steers, $ 1.25 4 1 It. 25 ; southern eovs and heif ers, $3.50 'ii 5.00 ; native cows and .heifers, $:l,25(tMt,'50; stackers and feeders, $l.25i"25; bulls, $:l.75ib ft. 00; calves, $5.00ii 9,5(1; western st s. $5.50 M I O.oo ; western cow s, $:l.5o fu li-OO. Hogs lice, -lids 5,000; market 5 to 10 cents higher. Bulk of sales, $S.45r,, s.70; heavy, $S.I5f,i K.70; pack ers and butchers. $S.50iS.75; lights, $S.50'(i x.NO; pigs. $i).0O1i .25. Slieci llccelpts 1 7.000; market steady. Muttons, $ ;1.50 di 4 .50 ; lambs, Iii.00 4t7.23; range w'elhers and year lings, $ l.o'Xil 5.50; range ewes, $2.50 11 1.25. New York Cotton. Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, Si pt. 25. Heavy selling of wheal today by a leading firm, start -ol general lliiildatloii on the part of holders and caused a weak market. 'The close of to I (, cents under last night. Depression of wheal prices did not New York. Sept. 25. Cotton -Spot ,-lose steady. Middling iiplunilu $1.15; midlllng gulf. $12.00; no sales St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, Sept. 25. -Wool Market sl adv . Terrlloiy and western me diums. 2 I 25 o uts; line ,nedliini, l i.i 20 cents; urn.-, 1 ,'! tr I 7 cents. Results from journal Want Ads . !Ol-t . 5 0 Vi 7 5 1 . 4 1'! 12 1 - 2'j 5 1; i ;, Anaconda .Mining Atlantic Coast I. in, Halliniorc ihio , Bethlehem Steel Ih-ooklvii Bnphl 'Tl Canadian Pacific . . . . Central Leather Chesapeake & ( ihio. . Chicago lircat Wester Chicago, Mil. & St. P Chicago Northwest Colorado Fuel .Vi Iron I "oHMdldnlod las . . Corn Products Delaware K Hudson Km irande Bio (irande Securities. . pfd. Try a Journal Want Ad. 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