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EVENING LEfcGER-PHJLADELPfllA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1014,
ilf MEN OUT
FOR PUCES ON
First Practice Is to Be Held
- Today on the Stenton A.
A. Field Track Men
Tmpte'-i nrsl call for candidates today
V the football team was responded to
llJmore than twenty students. Nearly
,11 the aspirants for places showed won
. rfu physical training, with an nver-
., wtght of 170 to 175 pounds, thereby
Msurlng Temple the heaviest football
tem In Hs history. The followlnK seven
trans found In the list of candidates
llrll be a Rrcai " " ."" ,.......,., .
Ihe team: mrry jioscnuuiuen, win, i
t yesterday's meeting elected manager;
)ttert Shields, elected captain; nay
pond Eardlc, Hoy Bresstcr, "William
nmer. John Smith nnd George rogla.
All the candidates will report for tho
lint day ot practice, Wednesday, at 3;tS
p. m., at fltenton A. A. Field, nnd every
jionday, Wednesday nnd Friday there
ifter. Coach Wllllnrd Hess, who was
sponsible for numorous victories of
the University of Temple's football team
leveral years ago, will take up his duties
tomorrow In training the team.
The following schedule clearly Indl-
tates the need for such nn able coach
nd heavy team: Temple's eleven will
play Its opening game nt Atlantic City
against the Atlantic City High School,
October 3; nt Chester, Pa., ngatnst tho
Pennsylvania Military Academy, Octobor
13; at Newark, Del., ngnlnst tho Delaware
College, Octobor 1"; at Stenton Athletic
Association fleld against Droxel Academy,
October 31; at Stenton Athletic Asso
ciation Held ngnlnst St. Joseph's Col
lege November 13. Severn! dntcs are still
Director Nlcolal yesterday announced
that If the football team makes tho ex
pected success this year Temple will be
icheduled with the heavier and better
imown teams ot the country next year.
He also pointed out tho fact that this
university has many more dlfllcultlcs to
contend with than any other university,
since the hours are made to benefit the
thousands of working boys whoso work
ing hours are very uneven.
Fleld athletics nre to mark a now era
at Temple. Director Nlcolal announce
that fleld athletic contests will bo 'sched
uled with some of the best teams In the
country. Basketball, tho favorlto sport of
Temple's athletes, will, a3 In nil provlous
years, be played by both boys and girls.
Although the full basketball schedule has
not yet been announced, the opening
jamo will be played against the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania freshmen.
WILMINGTON MEN TRAINING
Football Players Are. Developing
Fast Under Training "Work.
WILMINGTON, Del.. Sept. 23. Html
practice Is developing the material which
li being tried out for the football team
of the Wilmington High School. Tho In
stitution expects to be represented this
year by the best team that has ever been
whipped together. Tho schedule so far
arranged provides for games with some
m me uest-Known scnool teams In this
The schedule follows:
September 26, Vlncland High School, at
October 2, Central High School, at Phil
adelphia. October 10. Atlantic City High School,
at Atlantic City.
October 17, National Farm School, at
October 21, Downlngton High School, at
October 31, Trenton High School
November i, Pennsylvania
Academe, at Chester.
.November 7, Tollentlne Academy
November 14, Chester High School.
November 21, Philadelphia School of
Pedagogy, at home.
jnauKSBiving uay, Norrlstown Hish
TO BE THE MECCA
OF DOG FANCIERS
Well-groomed Animals Are
to Be Benched at Frank
ford Next Saturday Big
List Is Assured
FINANCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD -MARKETS
TO GET INTO THE
Final arrangements hnvo been com
pleted for tho exhibit of dogs tinder tho
auspices of the Kensington Kennel Club,
scheduled Saturday afternoon nt the
Seven Stars Hotol, Frnnkford. A grand
turnout of local dogs is assured.
Tho premium lists for the show wore
printed last week, nnd a glauco over
one brings out tho Interesting fact that
no less than 150 specials have been sub
scribed. With a list of specials of such
class It Is no wonder that tho ofllcers
of tho Kensington Club feel suro qf tho
success of tho 1014 show.
The bulldog entries promise to out
shine nil others at recent shows. A
very popular nnd experienced man has
been secured to pass on tho breed. This
Is Harry nushton, from Asbury Park,
N. J., nnd n man that all fnnclors seem
to esteem highly. Mr. Itushton will have
a list of 22 specials as nn extra attrac
tion, but, as one fancier mndo remark,
no specials need be offered at all to nld
Mr. Itushton In getting out a record
Airedale terriers nip rapidly coming
to tho foro In this clty'nml a largo entry
of this good breed is expected Saturday.
A list of 12 specials i should holp to draw
Mrs. W. W. MacLeod, tho well-known
local fancier, has beon secured to pass
upui toy poodles and also promises to
have a largo entry. Sho hnd a list of 21
specials to nward.
Any one wishing to get In nn entry
before It Is too late should mall the
blank Immediately to Secrotnry George
Cotton, nt 3037 Rorer strcot, Philadelphia.
nnJfIN"II:J-V' . Sept. 21.-A1I Princeton i
talking today nliout Mike nolnnd, who pn.ed
yi'-iMUn.1'na,,,on 'art night, which makes him
eligible to play on tho Tiger eleven thin fait.
nolnnd was In tos thla afternoon nnd w
h. l'&. T.uSV .",?,?. .W"l"Pn J"
pneslns. -.., . lurnaiu
pirAi'.R?iIiDiat,Vcp.t-!"--'rl,e "" vn"!'v
in ih. ni'.''?1 brushos w,lh ,h0 "''t scrub
in mo first Harvard scrimmage or the year
yesterday. After tho llrst-atrlns men haul
scored three touchdowns in ten minutes hi
nolm.' "ti! MJa ,'am,l onnSe,l toroll '
P?.1" - ahovan,,r "ne.up comprises liar
lck. r. e.: Trumbull, r. t.: I'ennock. r. .
Soucy, c; Cowan. I. r.; Morgan, ?. t. Coo U
H! '. rVl'-; '!''?". ! h-! Mahan, li. b.; Ilrad
lee, h. b.; nnd Urlckley, f. b.
Bid Above Par for Part of
New York City Note Issue.
Demand Reflects Great
!Ii'ArXl f01?'- -''-Hot weather
& K?! '.'if i ',!n'nK same of the season
nrnSil lnu? i0lIa "'onped Cornell football
Practice yesterday, the conches kecnlnc ii
ly. but giving them at
In one ot tho big lee
men off the MeM
hour's blackboard (nil.
jure rooms In tho university. The plays for
pday's game wero analyzed nnd a llhe of ac-
Ln iWE"1 Pul' Tho lccturo also served for
the Pittsburgh game on Saturday.
YTX.Z?1?!,: Wj 2J.-The continued tor-
1 "i Bet 1 cael "'her. The big
NO STALLINGS DAY
Braves' Leader Is Superstitious nnd
Declines to Be Honored.
BOSTON. Sept. 23. Having honors
"rust upon one Is a more or less popular
wtdoor amusement with baseball man
??" hut ?ew "f the object of these en
hnnnr demonstrations refusing to bo
Honored pomes as a distinctly new bullc
'ifoigc Stalllngs who has set precedent
la men) i?' so. '? spenk' nnU flesplte tho
amentatlons of tho grateful fans of Hos-
dav if y"86'.1 .'. B,nml for a Stalllngs
, n ' '" IocaI ,m" Park-
fidJ ? Ln.ot ,hH """''sa which has nt
of , iinv" len.m wou,1 rPnct ln tl nature
inn ?, iUn' ovory '"selmll fan of any
dec ara?.n",rS,nm"i V,e Krftv,ty of '
Ini l " noi,Bh to renIlzo Stalllngs'
wh ch . ? U"b,e- ccord'"'y. the purse
Man? . ' l,0" coll,cteil tho fans to
engeme 7PT f a nt,lnff "oknowl
rlace nltf Wh?i ""' 's doing to
retirned ,n,.nn ,lhe nasoba "P will be
tnuslast, , ' . ''.T''3' a,ul ,e Iocal "
beva,!ee arr ,.,?,d,'"r tnolr Patience In
,lf, "nt" the "Pon'nB f the world's
J.in,, , cu" '"" The big scrimmage
planned for the afternoon went by the boards
and nstead Head Coach Daly took the men
its iirssTir and ,rove ti,em
CAUI.ISLK. Pa.. Sept. 2.1. Coach Olenn
ANnrner. of the Carlisle Indian football snua.
Jn1?,rihJi"V,yie"iterdny ",f'0!;"on doctoring up
Injuries which several of the Hedsklns re
ceived In scrimmage. Captain Ilusuli, Will
lett nnd niackblrcl are on the. Injured list,
and necessitated a change In the llne-un for
todays game against Lebanon Valley al
though It Is hoped that Uusch will be able
to start the game.
rrtOVIDENCE. Sept. 23. Pigling hot
weather prevented anything more than sig
nal work on Andrews Kleld yesterday morn
ing. In the nfternoon -10 were In the snuad
Three teams prnetlced signals, falling on the
ball and tackling the dummy. Then came
the tlrst scrlmmnge of the season, for I'll
minutes neither side scoring.
NKW 1IAVK.V, Conn.. Rept. 2.1. The fart
that the thormometer climbed well over S5
degrees yesterday did not prevent the
cnarhes from giving the Tale players tuo
hard doses of practice at tho Held, ending
with a scrimmage In the afternoon. Old
fashioned football was the order of the day
In tho scrimmaging. Only one touchdown
As Indicating tho general feeling of
confidence which Is rapidly developing
among Investors, It was announced todny
from New York that there Is an unusually
largo demand for the now city loan of
J100,000,COO, which has already been over
subscribed. Par and three-quarters Is
being bid, but there Is no disposition to
sell on-.thc part of the Investors who
were fortunate enough to get some of
The second Instalment of tho loan, ap
proximately $1,000,000, Is being paid In
todny by tho bank nt the offlces nf J.
I. Morgan ,fc Co. . To the present,
a substantial nmoilnt of the total Issuo
has already been delivered to tho firm, a
majority of which has been paid In gold
Locally tho one toplo of discussion
which Is paramount Is tho extent to which
banks nnd trust compnnles hero will bo
nsked to subscrlbo to tho ilOO.000,000 gold
pool, sanctioned by tho Federal Heservo
Poard for relief of tho foreign ex'chnngo
situation. A special committee of tho
Clearing House Association hnd n meet
ing today, but It was announced thnt
no word has yet been received from
Wnshlngton ns to whnt apportionment
Philadelphia will bo nsked to contribute.
It Is understood, however, thnt tho total
will bo nbout JS.OOO.OOO. State banks nnd
trust companies which, are not members
of the Philadelphia Clearing House Asso
ciation will be nsked to Join with tho
banks hero In raising the required
As originally plannd by the Clearing
House Association, It was Intended thnt
ltr special commltteo should set tho
amount to be asked from each member
Institution. This wns inter amended, how
ever, so that the banks will now bo nsked
to subscribe 'according to their ability."
Now York's apportionment of Jlo.OOO.onO
Is now being raised among tho 127 banks
and trust companies In that clt.v. The
Clearing House Association In Chicago
voted today to subscrlbo $16,000,000 ns that
city's part of tho pool.
There was a better fooling in London
today. The Stock Exchange Special
Committee completed Its consideration
of tho question of reopening nnd pre
sented a flnnl teport to Government
members which now awaits tho combined
action ot bankers and the Government
Treasury officials. This action, however.
Is not expected to he taken while the
moratorium exists. It is understood that
the moratorium wilt be modified on
October 4. Despite tho reported sinking
of throe British cruisers yesterday In
vestors still maintain confidence nnd a
fairly brisk demand Is reported for gllt
edge investment Issues.
COTTON INTERESTS PLAN
EARLY EXCHANGE OPENING
Liverpool Set for October 12 and
New York ns Near as Possible.
NEW YOltK, Sept. 23.-Accordlng to
statements mndo by leading Cotton Ex
change Interests, efforts nre now being
concentrated to carry out a plan to open
tho exchange In Liverpool on October
12 nnd close to that date here.
The success of this plan depends to a
great extent on tho ability of , tho Ex
change Committee to reach an agreement
with tho Agricultural Duroau on the
terms of a new contract.
This new contract must necessarily bo
adopted and accepted by the bureau be
fore trading In cotton futures here can
bo resumed. The report of the cbrhmltlco
on this matter Is expected to bo pre
sented nt a meeting of tho Governors
BOND ISSUE APPROVED
Central Outlook Bright
hav.ntm '."I".1; Rc,,0l'a football prospects
ol "nTi"rn,r 1,r,Bhle'16" tho ..turn
thesA m Krr and "Tp'1" ""tier. th
I M,l0" "re experienced players, and
Wuh enheanKk"; T,uy '"Glided to enter
t-kted in 8'. uUl..at tl,e laat moment tie-
Hlrti?h!3lwH,e,r Courscs at Ccntral
t1 . . ' lcforc ""terlng college.
.Ilin'r" ,,ave leen showing up
High n,MAh wl" fac Wlmlngton
onL- on ' ?ct0S"r 2 wllt he a very
prae ?ei ,ackle' has not ,ce out for
receiver, ".VT" of an '"Jury which he
but It u ' A a."Vc C'Uy ,hl3 summer,
VU It is evnentoil I.a ...,n v.- , .... '
to nlav in V, n . ' uc '" tonwuon
i"aj m the first game.
CONFERENCE AT F. AND M.
'W?.. f-- Sept. M.-ProfeS
Rmerv . .'. " nent- --Professor
K? y?JCh,,lI.J,n,vwr""r' inferred
nuitru oj Am
it c Peltrday wh the Boa
hill cnmfnors. .r Fnklln
"ill I OllegO rf-lntli.o .1.. .
Uhlgl. it,""' a. 'ocal bacKtleld man, to
Mutbart '??"," ,f' waa 8'ated that
Evans L the.I'e,tllel1 man w"o Invited
from th '? ,,'ehlfh' had no nut'or
, r'Jj university authorities. As
a result ..J """i "uinonites. as
wed that Lvans wilt ,10t be played.
LUBIN STARS WIN
: " of th J JLd CIub' 6 to The fea-
Te iL same were the pitching of
ik. I- Jn and the hitting iii l
CHICAOO. Sept. M Throe hundred and
elBhty-four fontliall plnyprs responded to the
llrst call of practice Issued yesterday hy
roaches of "IliK Nine" elevens. nivunlliu
to statistics gathered here today. Unusually
larpre squad? reported at nil of the Western
conference, universities, l'urdtis topped the
list with ik. with Iowa second, with no
.Minnesota had .'.0, Ohio -I,'.. IIIInolH -10. rhl
rago an, Wisconsin 31, Indiana :i0. and
STATU COM.noU. rn.. Sept. L'.T lint
weatner vestenlay and lirulsei received In
fcrlmmagea gave Penn State's football sninnl
a respite from heavy work. More than 115
men. who wero retained after the reduction
nf lli.V were on the Held. Thev worked In
three Hciuads, each under n different much,
hpaln, the freshman from Hell. funic A n,
emy. wns again iu.ed at an end. HlgKlns,
the I'eddlo Institute star, was at the other
VIl.l.ANOVA. Pn., Sept -i -The Vlllanova
Kquad was put thrniiKh u stiff practice yes
tenlay afternoon ny fnieli Sommer In preiur
utlun for the Swnrthnmra came on Satunlay.
The selection of a quarterback to succeed
lloean. nf last year's team, has Klven the
conch no little concern. Yesterday Kelly
ami Ward, veterans nf list year's team, and
McGiKken, a new man. were tried out at this
HWArtTJIMOrtn. PnSept. IM.-The narnei
team went through both a morning nnd after
noon practice yesienlny In order to K't the
men In ns Rood condition as imsslhle before
college opens. Many new men reported this
mnrnlnir amone whom were It.-irrv nf p.nn
Htnte: Kelly, the former Central Manuel star
I'ussmure, u '.".ti-pnund guard from PcnnnyUj.
nln I'rep. ilnli Maiwell nuule his nrst an
peaiance and took all the line men in charge.
IlAVKIIKOHIi. I'a Ts'ept tfl. -The nucleus
of llio llaverfnrd I'olleKi- football Miuad has
returned from the Pocoiio Mountains. Clinch
llrnneti had a squad of 'JO men on IIih Held
yesterday nfternoon, which will bo Kieailv
Incrcnsed, with tho openlnjr of the colleEe on
Thuitday. Several of the freshmen, who nir
good football indterlal, were occupied with
Another new record was posted for the
Huntingdon Vnlley Country Club cnurte and
this time by a woman, for Mrs. Harlow, the
Merlon champion, negotiated the eighteen holes
with the remarkable round pf s.1. leading the
local Held hy a good inuniln. Her score uf Its
for the lost nine holes was a marvelous per
formance and shows that there were no flukes
almut her game. In the draw for match ulay
Mrs. Harlow and Mrs. J. S. Illy, of Old York
Koad. were picked as opponents In tho tlrst
round. There were enough players for three
sliteens In the qualifying round at Hunting
don Valley yesterday, the second sixteen niac
ins for the Noble Cup and the third for the
This section is represented by sii excellent
plajer. Howard V. I'errln. champion of Mer
lon: Cameron II. lluxton. the Huntingdon Val
ley Country Club exiwrt: W. I. Smith. Phila
delphia Country Club: I.. M. Washburn, the
Princeton outh whose work was a feature
of tho recent, college event; Reginald Worlh
lngt'in. winner of the recent Invitation tourna-
iiiriii 11 Manner i uiiiiiij- i mu and i former
I'hlludelphla Cricket Club player, and perhaps
Sprncer U Jones, the brilliant Plymouth Coun
tr Club golfer, will form the I'hlladelphla
ten lon of the 1-estey Cup team.
Washburn. Webster and Jones are all younz
golfers with an excellent future l-'roni the
We.tern section of the State the team will be
considerably strengthened with such players
a.". WS- f'ownes. former national chsmpion.
Hben M. llers. Allegheny Country Club
deorge A. Ormlston. one of the competitors
In the national clumplonshlps, and J i
Crookston. These players are all from' the
Pittsburgh district. ' "le
The Lesley Cup was put up for this Iiiier
Assoelatlon lompetltlon ttween the I'ennsvl
tiuk Massachusetts and Metropolitan golfers
by Itobert W. Lely. president of the Penn!
sylvanla AssoiUllon. It has become an annual
fixture of great Importance. Last yeaj- ih luTv
Stale golfers won the trophy and they win
consequently not have to play until Saturday
meeting the winner of the match between Neii
York and l'nu)Ivula. which will be plijVd
Missouri Commission Grants Union
ST. l.OlTIS, Sept. 23,-Thp Public Ser
vice Commission of Missouri has granted
permission to tho I'nlnn Pacific Railroad
to Issue J.11.S4S.0OO bonds under the com
pany's general mortgage.
The commission announced thnt It would
not set a minimum figure for the sale
of tho bonds until tho company gets
ready to market them.
According to a tabulation Just com
piled, tho principal rhareholdcrs of na
tional banks In New York, together with
their reported book values, nre George
F Dnker, with holdings npprnlscd nt
12,583,292; James Stltlman, with hold
ings valued nt $13,240,000;' tho .7. P. Mor
gnn Interests, with holdings valued at
$6,797,000, nnd William Rockefeller, with
holdings valued at $3,431,000. John I).
Rockefeller Is recorded ns having ehnron
in only one national bank, tho National
City, In that he is credited with owning
1750 shares, valued nt $102,500.
Unless a protest by the Wnbash-Pltta-
btirgh Terminal Company, which con
trols It, Is upheld tho Wheeling ami
Lake Erie Railroad vlll be sold under
forcclosuro at Cleveland t.n Friday.
A proposition to float a $300,000 loan
In Knston was defeated at a special
election by 30 votes.
Denial that the stock of tho Colonial
Trust Company, at 13th and Market
streets, has been sold to the Logan
Trust Company Is mndo by Hnrvoy I...
Elklns, president of tho former com
pnny. An nnnounccment wns made In
June that the Logan Trust Company had
agreed to pay $50 a share for the stock
of tho Colonlul TrU3t Company, which
has a par value of $50 a shnre ond was
to take over the lattor's business. Mr.
Elklns declares that although negotia
tions looking toward tho consolidation
of tho two companies were undor con
sideration during the spring months, the
negotiations finally fell through.
The Honolulu Plantation Company
has raised Its dividend from 10 cents
to 15 cents a month.
Stockholders of the American Water
Works and Electric Company have re
ceived from II, H. Porter, president of
the oompnny. a letter telling thorn thnt
lr. view of existing conditions and tho
dlniculty of securing tho necessary funds
for constructon purposes hy the sale ot
securities of subsidiary companies, tho
directors have decided that it Is Inad
visable to commence tho payment of
dividends at this time.
The Subtrensury gained $1&1,000 from
banks yesterday and since Friday, $1,
300.000. Gold to tho amount of $1,500,000 was
withdrawn from the .Vow York Subtiens
ury for shipment to Cnnndn.
SITUATION AS IT IS
SEEN HERE TODAY
Broker Takes Up Problem at
Close Range and Tells
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA
PUBLIC UTILITY NOTES
Gross earnings of tho Philadelphia and
Western Railway Company In August
were $37,0.'1, on Increase of $1 IS4 over
the samo month of tho previous yenr;
August net wns $lS,fl0.", Increase $1."31;
August surplus $0100, Increase $I3DS. The
month's business was the largest In tho
history of tho company.
The East St. Louis nnd Suburban Com
pany, managed by E. li. Clark & Co., of
this city, has completed Its new steam
generating plant nnd substation nt Alton,
III., tho two combining the transmission
of both stenm nnd hydroelectric power.
Tho new steam installation Is of 7000.
horse power and the" substation of M)o0
horse power capacity, connecting with
the transmission lines of the Mississippi
River Power Company at Keokuk. The
current from the steam station and the
big hydroolectrle plant Is supplied to 1R5
miles of interurbnn lines radiating from
East SI. I.011H and also to the lighting
and power circuits of tho company.
Tho Keystono Telephone Company re
ports surplus of $32,001 for August, nn In
creaso of $B3fi2. Eight months' surplus is
$23S,057, an Increase of $20,121.
Holders of $2,597,000 5 per cent, tlrst
ami refunding mortgago bonds of tho
Dayton Lighting Company, duo 1037, have
received a circular from tho lionnl of di
rectors outlining n plan for tho exchange
of their bonds for Dayton Power and
Light Company first and refunding mort
gago 5 per cent, bonds due 1011.
Sun and Tides
Run rises .. 5:ISn.m. Sun arts
IIlBh water. -liOOa.tn. I High water..
Low water.. 11:10 a.m. 1 Low unter..
High water. 12:411 a.m. 1 High water..
Low water. ,:'JSa.m. Unv water..
High water. 10::i2n.m.
Imw water. 4:ir.l a.m.
Mirth water.. 1 1:00 p.m.
Low water.. 4:11 p.m.
Vessels Arriving: Today
Iltnthcole (Br.), Glaio Uay. ore. L. U'catcr-
uaKlanil Oransc (Ilr.),
Hantlauo, ore. J. A.
NEW YORK COTTON SALES
The NVw Vork fottnn Kxt'liaince Oonferpnco
I nmmlttpo tolay reported the following salea
of cjUuii ut H'j cenw a poiiml.
.. ., Hales.
Normal' Mayer On .pio
Shi-arson llnmmlll Co , jinn
llentz t' ...I,.
S. M. Wclil IV. alio
Jay lloml (V ipo
llMmkoif I.yon Co. , iini
It. Monro V Phi
Pymhon io id)
Maiden, fttniir Co no
Ileniy t'lowe Co jpn
Mr. .Minnesota (Nor.), Kvenaen
tonlo. Atlantic Fruit (nm, "
i-i?i.r' i'-t?!". LVor.j. Danhlaen. Port
I iiIUmI Fruit Company.
.:.i i" ,,s'd-; Krlmlanaeon. llelslnitborg
ami MrgntBhitmn, Joseph c. llahrl.-l.
8t,m,lhiShS5pBSc", N'rful"' " "W
Mt1,V'coSny: J"e"- N'W Vork' Cac Sl"
,nt iv?on V, "roves, Jr.. ltriatuw
more. J.rlcfann Line.
City of Durham
Htart Point ....
Mnn. Mariner .
Steamships to Arrive
'ila.ia:mv Sept. 1(1
tiennn ?ept. ts
Liverpool SJcpt. It!
Calcutta i-cpt. 1
Itotterilam Sept. IS
Itotteulam .....'-'ppt. l.i
Lomlnn Sept. ,1
1.1,1111,111 relt. l.
..Manchester ...Sept. lo
. Iluelvn Sept li
.Calcutta Sept. -
.S'tavnnee . . .-...., 1 ".
.(II'o Il'y. N,n..Sept! m
l-ranlenhorg . . .
Steamships to Leave
' Liverpool ...
NBW YOftK. ONTARIO AND WIS'
Year end. Juno .'in,
Sur. after eharsea
Aueuat oper. rev
Net . .
Two months oper. lev. .
.$S.Tl,.1Tll $! VII
. '.'.7il7.:ill sis.iss
. .VdRti.Klu lil 4.1(77
OIL PRICES REDUCED
The prices of all grades nf oil were
lodny reduced 5 cents a barrel by tho
Ohio Oil Company.
. ...Munrt.edtf r ,
... .I.,in. Inn ....
.... ItotterUani .
. .. .cnrfsiianl.1
. , . .CobenhaKen
. .Hipt :'i
PORT OF NEW YORK
VKSSBUS ARItlVINa TO Way.
Olymple (lr.. Haddock, from Ltvenwol
pnsencer and, merchandNe. dn.-ke.l i T '
Naples, passenger and
ill U a pi
Chu-dsu . . .
Vessels to Arrive
Few persons rcatlzo how many millions
of dollars have como Into Philadelphia
banks, since tho Kuropean war began,
from the sales of commercial paper "on
the Street." A member of n Urm han
dling this form ot security was asked to
day to explain the situation.
"tn n tlmo llko this," he snld, "the wise
merchant, who has built up his credit
over a period when It wns least needed,
Instcnd of bothering his own hank, which
might bo nono too glad to welcome him
Just now as a borrower, will go as UBual
to his coinmerclal paper broker. The
notes are made to foil duo a few months
hence when things may have a rosier
hue and when at least the merchant will
havo money coming In from his quick
"Out how does the transaction Increase
tho funds In Philadelphia banks?" he
"Well, In the llrst place the merchant
was, kept from being u borrower. In the
next place tho money obtained by him
was used to create a very welcome -balance
Instead of a loan at his own bank;
nnd tho actual cash camo Into Philadel
phia from the sale of the paper by tho
broker for tho most part to country
banks which are relatively very strong
nt tho present time.
"Tho Philadelphia banks havo acted
splendidly. Dcsldcs taking care of their
own customers, In numerous cases they
havo even purchased paper made out
side of the city, when, of course, the
money goes out of Philadelphia. Hut tho
cause is n common ono; in fact. It Is
International ln scope, and anything that
the banks do here to holp elsewhere Is
corttiltiiy to the credit of Philadelphia."
"Do brokers like the high rates?"
"On the contrary, we ure doing every
thing consistent with good banking to
got money In and thereby force down
tho rntes. Today the best names are
selling nt 7 and 7!S per cent, and S
Is not nt all unheard of. Wero the
rates to go much higher tliey would be
almost prohibitive and general business
would suffer. Of course, the nnmes not
su well known require the higher rate,
and yet somo of tho best notes arc those
of comparatively small concerns, which
havo less liability and no contingent
liability. Tho Individual investor some
times prefers this type of commercial
"Is this a good time for 'the Individual
to buy paper?"
"If he goes to an established broker
whom ho enn trust ho will get his enp-
itnl back at par when the notes fall duo
a few months from todny and tho dividend
can't possibly he cut."
"And yon think the notes will be paid
"An neroplano causes more commotion
thnn a Ford car because of Its rarity.
Tho Clailln failure caused n stir because
It is so very seldom that a note of such
reputation goes astray.
"It Is estimated that of tho billion or
so dollars worth of buught commercial
paper that falls due each year in the
t'nlted States nn almost nocllglblo quan
tity is not met promptly at maturity.
Tho experience of the banks ln the 10;
Panic In this regard was so gratlfvim?
that as a direct result the Federal re
servo bank act wns framed so that the
currency of the country will In tho ftiturn
be based almost entirely upon commercial
"What do you consider a good typo of
"Thnt Is too long a story. Sufllce it
to say that such a smull matter as too
much Sunday golf may tempt a pur
chaser to turn install to a name of un
As the latch of the private office door
clicked behind tho Intervowor, ho waH
suddenly reminded of the old ndage about
tho banker or Philadelphia m Is so con
servative In time nf plenty that bo can
afford to bo liberal In time of stress
WHEAT OPENS SHADE OFF
ON IMPROVED CONDITIONS
Largo Receipts From Cruindn and
United States Strengthen Market.
CHICAOO, Sept. 23,-Wheat opened
steady to a slmdo Ipwer todny. The tone
Improved after (he start on scattered com
mission house buying, but tho rally was
short lived. There Is a large accumula
tion of wheat In the American North
west and tho easy tone there Is checking
The domestic consuming demand has
fallen off because of a slackening In the
(lour trade. The posting of future values
nt Liverpool will be withheld for a few
At llcrllti spot wheat was quoted nt
$1.014; at Antwerp, 1.17',i; at Paris,
$1.15. Flour nt Paris Is $S.(l a barrel.
Grain men attuch significance to the $100,
UOO.OOO gold pool to reconstruct the for
eign exchange market, It Is believed that
this will materially aid tho export situa
tion. Tho visible supply of wheat In Eu
rope Is &8,9G.S,W0 bushels, against 65,701,(WU
bushels last week uml 73,3W,O00 bushels
Sentiment In Liverpool was affected
In the early trading hy the weuknoss
of the American market yestetday and
continued receipts lrotn Canada and tho
t.'nlted States. There wus a disposition
to await lower prlcoa, hut speculators
purchased freely again, nnd with olfers
light the undertone became very firm,
rfpot wheat everywhere abroad is strong
und advancing sharply. There wus flee
buying of American winter at Liver
pool at 3d. under yesterday's quotation.
There Is no let-up In the demand from
Italy anil the United Kingdom will un
doubtedly show a fair Inciease In their
wheat area it the weather permits. Tho
acreage in Germany nnd Austria will be
materially reduced because of lack of
labor. The weather In Argentina 1
more favorable. Tho receipts of wheat
at Minneapolis nnd Duluth today were
1203 cars, agaitiBt MS cars a year ago;
ut Winnipeg, 112) cars, against 1117 cars;
at Chicago, C4(! cars, agnlnat Vi cars.
Trade in corn was slow and market
easier. There was scattered commission
selling on better weather In the belt and
easier cables. Prospects are for liberal
shipments from Argentina tills week.
Corn ut Herlln is 1.40. The receipts here
today wero 103 cars.
Ooats wero easy. Cash trade wus re
ported poor. The receipts ot oats here
today wero 211 cars.
Leading futures ranged as fnllowR:
CITY'S BDILDERS (
SHOW ACTIVITY 1
Important Work Started in
39th and 426 Wards.
Banks and Trust Com
panies Advancing Capital.
Wheat Open. High.
September l.o"lj ....
Iieeemher l.tli l.llli
My 1.18 1.18(1
Corn (new delivery)
Ueiemher 71i Tli
M.IJ- 74( 74'..
December Wl Mi
-May mv, SHi
September fi.S." ....
.fanuary y.sT 0 BL"
January l().,-,o 10.31'
January -0.17 I'D 17
REOPENING OF LONDON
Naval Disaster Disturbs Trading in
Securities Moratorium Eule.
LONDON". Sept. 23,-The Stock Ex
change subcommittee today completed
its consideration of the question of re
opening the exchange. Tho committee
Ptesentetl a report to the Government
members and now awaits the combined
action of the bankers and tho Treasury,
which it Is believed will not be taken
during the existence of the moratorium.
It is expected that the moratorium will
be modified on October 4.
Trading In securities was quieter to-
tuty anu me leellng was less confident
because of tho sinking of the threo
British cruisers jestorday by Gernum
submarines, this news offsetting tho
favorable advices as to the progress of
the campaign In France. Gilt-edged in
vestment Issues were stagnant. There
wus bulng of homo railway Issues and
oil shutes. Canndian Pacifies were 160.
The purchase hy Mark Hnller of lot
northwest corner of Third and Porter
streets, extending from Third lo Fourth
street and from Rltner to Porter street,
from tho Glrard estate, estates of Anna
T, King nnd John H. McNeill, Is by
far ono of the most Important trans
actions In the 33th Ward, nntl the ag
gregate cost was JM.WjO.
The sale of portion belonging to tho
estate of Stephen Olrnrd, confirmed by
the Orphans Court, after statement by
tho trustees, was owing to the fact
"that It was far removed from other
realty of the Glrard estate and cannot
bo adapted for the kind of improvement
thnt the cstnte Is engaged In," such as
tho operation at 20th nntl Porter streets,
now extending to 21st street, and In
which the supply la far short of tho
demand creating a very substantial
On tho other hand the purchaser
shows very good judgment In acquiring
this block of property. It is on tha
southeast edgo of the built-up portion.
The trolleys making the turn at Fourth
nnd nitner streets, ono of the corners,
four lines of cms radiating to different
sections, use the Fourth and Fifth
street tracks, and east and west llnc.1
can bo found on Snyder avenue threo
squares to the north.
More than 200 dwellings, with stores
nt tho corners, will bo erected. Thev
oe oi me iwo-story type ana one-
PHILA. COMPANY DIVIDENDS
ANOTHER SUGAR PRICE CUT
All Refiners Now Quote 0,75 Cents
for Fine Granulated.
A further icditotion of '-.-. a pound In
rntlncd sugar was nnnminreil today by
the Americttn Sugar It.linlng Company.
II. H. Howell Hon ei Co. un.l Warner
.Sugar Itcllnlng Cnmpanj. AH rentiers aro
now quoting ."V. irgular w,tv for tine
Spot raw bugnr is unchanged at 5 6lo
llunulnctur. r' l.leht ami Heat cm,ll.nv
recular auatterly per ,,-n... payable."' T,a
Kr 15 ti mock of raennl ciem. rui ,u
. I?' Taylor Co.. regular putritr!
i'" ' . ii.viitt uc-iouer i io muck
United Railways Investment Com
pany Offers to Sell Its Scrip.
With regard to the dividends recently
declared on the preferred rttid common
stocks of tile Philadelphia Company, the
I'nlted Railways Investment Company
is sending a circular to stockholders an
nouncing tint the common dividend is
payable In scrip redeeinublo on or before
IS months from November 2 next. Tho
investment company offers to Its stock
holders the opportunity to purchase its
portion of such scrip, subject to prior
sale at par und accrued interest from
November 2. 19R The offer remains
open until Pccemtier 31 next.
The investment company also an
nounces that the interest on its collateral
trust sinking fund 6 per cent., gold bonds
Pittsburgh liiimo, due November 1. Jim
will be paid In ciurii us usual. The semi
annual dividend on the Philadelphia
Company preferred toek has been le.
clared, payable in caoh November 2.
half of them nro now under way. cellars
and cellar walls appearing on the Hltner
street front. The need of this operation
Is apparent by the few properties "for
sale or to rent" in the locality, and
great Impetus has developed from activity
along the river front, with the deeper
channel, the opening of tho Panama
Canal and the proposed enlarged opera
tions of the Pennsylvania and other rail
roads. In connection with large wharf
facilities, nil requiring a great amount
of labor, which must be housed.
The section has a main sewer running
east on Shunk street from Broad street
to Weccacoe avenue until it meets tha
plant of tho Pennsylvania Salt Manufac
turing Company. It runs south to Oregon
nvenuo and east to the Delaware River.
Tho grades of streets In that hectlon are
to be changed to accommodate Its opera
tions. This, with laterals, will allow the
building up of nil that land lying north
nf the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks and
between Rroad street on the west and
Swnnson street on the east. Car service,
will be extended to meet the situation.
This section bids fair to be the thea
tre of coming activity along real estate
Avallnblo lots for building purj-oseju
wero further reduced this week by the
settlement for property in the d Ward
and transfer to Jharles J. Heckler. They
nro situated nt Park avenue and Mc
Ferran street, with front of 310.81.; fcet
on the north and south sides of Mc
Ferrnn street, SO feet on Park avenue
and Sift feet on Thirteenth street.
MrFerrnn street and Thirteenth street
will be opened by dedication, making a
public improvement at this point.
This is nn extremely well-built-up and.
busy section, nwtr lines of the Richmond
Iirnnch of tho Philadelphia and Reading
Railway nnd industrial establishments In
cident thereto: it is niso favored by nu
merous car line routes in every direction.
An operation of 13 dwellings is planned.
This piece of renl estate Is practically
Mia loci, nfnnA nt ....... ....1 ...t.(U t
I..... .....I (...if ". h,uunii w nit ii i"iii do ac
quired In tho neighborhood of Broad
street and Krie avenue, the nearest large
holding west of Old Vork road being along
Hunting Park avenue, where vacant
ground is held nt $30,000 per acre. Hor
ace Oroskln was tho broker In this
NOTES ON THE STREET
The start of these operations Indicates
that trust companies nnd banks, which
had vlrtuully ct-ated to do business with
builders, aro beginning to show confidence
in tho future by again handling opera
tions. -Money is much easier in the last ten
days than it ha been sine the bej-in-ning
of unsettled conditions.
No special locality is in favor in th
traiibferx. There U some activity in thu
Elmwood avenuo section, southwest of
.Sixtieth street. LESSOR.
tktuber u to
FREIGHTS AND CHARTERS
Uing Co advance. The wil nmrkV c'ntinu".
Mrs. Raymond Advances
FOREST 1III.1.S, I.. I.. Sept. 23. Play
in tho singles of tho women's lawn tennis
tournament for the metropolitan chant
ploniihlp at the West Side Tunnls Club
courts here was brought down to the
round before the somt-flnals yesterday,
nnd In tho doubles all but one match in
the llrst round wan completed. In the
lung matches Mrs. Raymond ndtunced
by beating Mss Oertrude Delia Torre,
who recently won tho tireenwlch tourna
ment. 1-6. 6-2, 6-1. Mlms Blagdon de
feated Mrs. R. A. Pope. 3-6. 6-2. 6-3. and
Miss Florence Ilallin vanquished Mrs.
Robert l.o Roy. 3-6. 6-1. 7-5.
Stella (Hutch). New Vork to Hiamllnailan
PT't. Brain, ts.i.m nuarlerj. I., prom,!
llartland (Hr.. Italtlmure to Kronen Ulinlle
portn. oata, .ts.oio quarters. 2. l proi ttft
'""tn (Pan.). Ilaltlmoro toT Norwto sraV
2.U1 quartern I.. prompt. ' a' s,a,u'
gkojol.lbors (IMn.l. IVUrt quarter. Mm
7!W.r'notil,ii-in- 84""'' W, Wrtenn
.-J;'". 'Ker.l. n-ililmoro to chrlitUnla crain
'MUM quartern, : . Oq. prompt W 8 lnj
metwn, grain, JS..
ord rtemtier SKI.
franklin Trut rmunuiiy.
annual 2t-; per .-em , payul.l.
Ktack 1 reevrd ieinmhr S3.
ranauian cotton. Ilmltw. rcsular quar
I5ur V l"'r n ''r',f,r,, PW uc-
M wtlnahnuw Klfetrli- Ianur4elurln1r 1'i.m
winy, witiilar quarterly l", let .mi., 1, nr3
FeriMl and I w oent mi e.rnmon. Th f,re.
ferret! la i.amhla ll....l.r ( an.i .,. . V'
rn.m fict.iite.,. :a lu.th A ,..l .... ?" . V.'"-
....V-SSKTY. .Z'ZLZl'"" '"??.. !
!- 1 i'Ti --, in pr?rrpu anil 1 it
i.nt. en ...mim.n piijable u.'lwter t to J.A
GRAIN AX I") FLOUR
Vt'llllAT. Ite.elpt.s ir,!i'n- hush. Snrinc
nrlnie. .lewine.) .' . n .i,i ui.u ,.,,"?
ull nn, hjliuel. i,i,,l.. altl. weak, r ' t.x
pert Inquiry h - a 'e .'ar hit, in exi.rt
elevator -.So. ; re.l i et .nil A pt. mher. $1.10
I.I.V Xo. '.' rol We-'em. l I 111 I I'l, X
.Northern Imluth. Jl r.'fr ! 2,
t'Olt.V. .He.einln ."Jilo hu.h Trado unlet
an.l prices '... i r I'm- Mi Mr l..?4i tra.'
au in lmai,n X... S rllo, SijS!i..(.. . team.
er yallim. Ti..-r'i.-.
(.'l.--lt, eipt. 8J..1S4 l.u.h. Market le
fHi-4ift.V . : tan.Ur.l ulilie. Ml(r.i,i.: Vo ::
both to ik a( record til
liUtllleii, .'..-niiany of .inrie rcculu.
.(ii.irteriy i, 01 mr . oil i'rlllm., uii'
able o loher :il lu i,to,-k J ra,i!!2Sijdffl
CHIGAGQ LIVE STOCK
Kltluu.t itlr.i. itnif ,.. n...
n, quurier. .m.. iromni
Wellbeek Rail ,Hr.), tlulf to Itarwiicia.
Kraln. .Slim ,iuarter. '.. UJ.. OotSS-T' "
...l ?,",.... f""--. r-1:.J'1 '. PbluXlp.
, Martinique, coal, private terms rwuiuni
aulldhall'iBr ), liiafi ..Si. iCuutoCiTi-ien.
leifos. coal private lerma. protwMf UD
Percy DlrJwll, Ktt fna. PhilaaliAia iu
i'lurlion. coal, priiato trrtn. w lu
Tl.elma. 419 ton. WltKn,. . 4... ltt V(tn.
Ur.ii, Me.. luinher. private term. r
xX&FtiSZ-k" '"" Muw "
Mike Gibbons and Clnbby Matched
CHICAQO, Sept 8,-Mlke Oibbons and
- - -""v.. ...-iaij.1) c.jnea tor iiteniy i ""
rounds at San Francisco on Thank.slv- v'
Ins Uay. I lr,.
PUBLIC UTILITY EARNINGS
COM PAN V
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5 ny; (tn:)
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ere. i.iiii u, ij.k.,1 nm Js Tim J,i.
.UK bulk., in is-.. (ATTI- fi. ,',",'
H.l(; mar'.ei, .le h btVvei. ST 11 it
w. and li.lle... , ,to.ker, im,l ?.:
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..... .r ... . :t"' .... -m. .... i'h ri
ii-oil.-y. Mile f- ueeetpte. 4VttMI' mari,
jXes. " ; mum..
N'KW yiiRK. sept. y.-nmic"r stMuty;
rui'Iptu, T75. I'rvauirrr. etr, SiU3lc
State- dally luba, 53',jaw.; ImJtattun
iteamory. lirste, StbJt'w. "
KB. uneitlltd. tectfipts. 15.5SS. Nearbi
white, fuuo. 3S'uMc.. uttrby mixed,
fancy. SiiJ9: freah. HrU. SHj3ut'
I I.Ot It.itei eint. I47R l.hle.. l,TT0.aSO lb.
In aaeka. Ihe iiiarkei .lull an.l barely .tajy
Winter, elear 7;ti5 . . elralKhl. .Vt.".sV
,U... latent. Ilnitil TR. Kwmi. etraUht. jute
ai-fce. $Sn.V). .1..., .,t.nt. lute .5,-k. S3 ,in
Jin.wi aprinc. Urn l le.ir. MiA 85. do,
uralKhi. -.-f.-in '.. .1 . . P.,t. nt, ,.t ipiSJl; fiV:
or ltt. brand .i.Sl.i.7r, city ,i, ch'.v
and fan. patent i.V".titt.7.V .1.... reaul.ir
ara.le wmtei elenr l.T."Wi; do.. MraiWi
?S4ioO; do., m'ent. I, rui.!.,.. ' w '
.. ILVJ !'UH'lt,.-,uiet and umhapeed. at
I5$3.i jwr ibl in ... d. " "
Trade quiet and Urgel) of a Jobbing rharae
er. but price t.ad. I'ltx bee. in mi
emoke.1 and alr-drle.l. .!,i:-v.; Wealera beef.
In tele, anuike I. tlfj:!,'. . city beef. kn'jeWlo
and tenders. m k. I an.l air-dried. :ewe. .
ilifr" ,'',"" ' and tender. m..
'T. lUnw, . V. .-me Iimw. Ials3'lii-e!:
do, yklnued. look. 1S'...filik-. . ,.j. d a. am "li
ed IVultie. ..ilier h4iue. emiked. eitv cured
aa to brant and lunur. IkWIUc'; tini!
m..kJ. Vetn cur.. I. VUiVv... do.. Uoilet
bonelM, ... H.nlc hou.lF, g. wj.
rured. Uwe ISttWV . do., amoke.l. H.H .
beilie. In Pickle cArdlne lu ateraife. Ioim.
Hlie.-.: t.r.akfaet twin, m to brand alii
' ll' ,":; :?V-Uc. brkf,t iVon
etern rur.d . fci2c .: l4rd. Wewern re
Hue.! Her. in. MSullCc: do., do., do., tuba
H'sfiIIV. llMfpur? cit. 'tag. &i,t
. Ulll'lSUIUe-Wull. and Hi point lower.
eUanUrd grauuUte.l. miii,-.. Bik arenuUi?!
ylV.. poaleled. II.V. oueetton.' a
alt Krude. A t.utl Mc.
chanel ni at
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pet .a". I'en.lle.l
ill pr. - Supplies m.ia'.lv
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tuj Hi t.r ,io . near.
sun l.i i I nse. nearby cur-
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p.r .i. . ,., , rtriis,
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re. ruled fresh eges
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Clli;i;K.-The market linn under lleht
.frerm, nn I a fair l.mand. .Vew Vork tin.
-!?n tvh'?li- "'.' I"'. d. do. fair io
Suod .13ilik- . do, part skims. Utillc
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