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"THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. OOTOIIEU 1, 1002.
MARRIED WOMEN BOTII OUT
Oily Iplnters Laft in Natiaial Otlf
OhnBpinihip for Women.
MISS KCCKLR LOOKS LIKE SURE WINNER
Her Breres ladlrate that "ne Will
Defeat Miss Wells la !
riaala to Be Ployed
BROOKLINE. Mass.. Oct. J Miss Genie
revs Hacker of the Apawamls Golf club and
Miss Louisa A. Wells of the Brookllne Coun
try club will niMt tomorrow forenoon In the
final found cf the woman'! golf champion
ahlp. These two players won their matches
today, Miss Herker defeating Mrs. W. M.
Oorham of the Huntingdon Valley Country
club In a fairly rinse contest,' 4 up and t
to play, while Mla Wells had her bands full
with Mrs. C. F. Fox of tbe Morris county
Country club, finally winning out on the
last green, 2 up. Following are the cards:
Out. In. Tot.
Ml os Genevieva Hecker, Apa
wamls club 41
Mrs. William M. Gorhftm, Hunt
ingdon Valley 47
Mies Louisa A. Wells, Country
club, Brook line 4
lira. C. F. Fox, Morris County
FOOT BALL CAME FOR OMAHA
gram HI m peon defeated the (it ball ag
gregation from mill i oiiege of osteopathy
here this afternoon by a score of 30 to n.
Wmpson played a fast gsme and the nsteo.
rsths were unable lo strm Its line smashes.
merous fumbles. It was the first scheduled Hebrisks, U rla KBel OoIlOgO lsrt
SPORTS FROM TWO STATES chance to see the university team
rset Ball Tennis at I
Thla afternoon will see scholastic foot
ball stars of two states In hot conflict at
Vinton Street park. It will be the first
meeting this year of the elerena of the
Omaha and Council Bluffs High achools.
Omaha Is billed to win, but there should
be a swift pair of halves before thla is ac
complished. The lineup will he:
OMAHA. COl'WCIb BLUFFS.
4a at ... In,..rt..t Mat-he. on tne
tohednle la Transferred front
l.laeoln ta tne Gate
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston Jolta New York for a Doable
Header or Bonrblax Illta and
' Fast Fielding.
ROHTON, Oct. Jl Boston took two games
from New York today by superior playing.
The first game waa won In the third Inning
en a pass, six hits and an error. In the
second game Moran's home run, Cooley s
double and singles by Pextor and rittlnger
were bunched in the seventh inning, netting
Boston three runs. Attendance, 1.&4.
Bcore first game:
BOSTON. . 'NEW VOHK.
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F. Put nam
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Council Bluffs, Dickey,
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OLD TIME RIVALS TO MEET
(relation, and Omaha Medics Will
Contest for laprensty on
The Crelghton university foot ball team
will ao battle witn the Omaha Mettles on
the Crelahton field thla afternoon at I;).
No small degree of Interest centers In this
game, for the teams are old-time rivals and
will both go on the field to win. The Medics
have improved under the coachlna of Dan
Butler, but the Crelj-htoTi team has kept
Its steady pace and la confident of victory.
C. r K.n.
R. C. R. O Delaney
Crtwy, rf ...
a nrewne. If. . . 0
ft Hrean'h'll, rf. 0
0 McO.n. lb.
0 Rrodle, ef..
0 Lauder. Sh.
0 Smith. Jh..
1 Dunn, m. . .
0 Robinson, c
0 Miliar, p...
0 0 0
0 0 0
I Totals ... T 7 IS :l Totala .
Boston 0 0 8 0 0
New York 0 0 0 0 0
Earned runs: Boston. 4. Two-base hit:
Klttredge. Stolen bases: Tenney (2). Long.
Bases on balls: Off Willis. 1; off Miller, 2.
Hlt by pitcher: Carney. Struck out: By
Willis, 2; by Miller. 1. Wild pitch: Miller.
Time: 1:20. Umpire: Irwin.
Bcore aecond game:
BOSTON. , NEW YORK.
R H OA K I K H o A b
Lash. tJ 0
Tnntri lb.. 1
Dnur, tb... 1
Cool.T, If.... 0
tflK. as 0
storan, e 1
Flttlnsar, p.. I
0 0 Browne, If . . . 1
1 0 nre.n'h'0, Sb t
0 Mrtl.nn, lb..
0 Hrodla, cf 0
1 S Bowtrman. c. 0
1 0 Hmith. Ib
I 0 Dunn, aa
S 0 Math.'a'll, rf
0 1 t'ronln, p.... 0
run i Moran
4 IH I 11 Totala ... t t U T 1
0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 4
0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 02
Boston, 1; New York, 2.
Urcsi.ahari, Cuoley. Home
Btolen bases: Lush, I'll-
Bases on balls: Off Flttlnger, 1; off Cronln,
1. Htruck out: By Flttlnger. 4: by Cronln,
S. Wild pitch: Cronln. Time; 1:36. Um
Plratea Field Brilliantly.
PITTSBURG, Oct. 2. Because of the
brilliant and Ust play of the Pittsburg
fielders Cincinnati's thirteen hits could
core but one run. Pittsburg's hits were
made at .he right time to count. At
tendance, Louu. Score:
riTTSBCItU. I CINCINNATI.
R H.O A E ! R.H.O.A.B.
Baaaawet. ef I I I 0 O'Donlln. If ... 0 I
Clark. If.... 10 1S Bockler, lb.. 1
ib.... 1 111 0 Crawford, rf.
Warner, aa .l X i 4 o.Kriirr. c....s
BranaftaM. lb 1 1 TO 0 Corcoran, aa. 0
Mbrlns. rf... 0 10 1 e'Stalnfeldt, sb 0
RttclMY.- lh 1 1 O UnrrUaay. lb 0
Clramar, c ill llputa. e 0
tbaabro. a... s e OlVlckara. p....
ToUla ... I tf IT II Totals ... 1 II J4 11 S
Pittsburg 0 2 (aj 0 2 0 0 0 5
Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Three-base hit: Beaumont. Stolen bases:
Clarke, Wagner 2. Sebrlng. Donlln, Beck
ley. Double nlay: Chesbro to Ieach to
Bransfleld. First base on balls: Off Ches-
bro, 3: oft Vlckers. 3. Hit by pitched ball:
Clarke. Pelts. Struck out: By Chesbro. 3:
by Vlckers, 2. Passed balls: Zlmmer,
Pelts. Time: 1:40. umpire: o uay.
Brooklyn Bklna Phillies.
FHII.A DELPHI A. Oct. . Brooklyn shut
nut Philadelphia today In a well played
game. Cl-trvln s pitching waa of a high
order. Attendance, Ml. core:
BROOKLYN. , I'HILADRI.PHIA.
R.H.O.A.B.' R H O A
hacksH. If. 1 1 1 0 Thomas, rf... s 1 1
0 S Parrr. If
4 0 J.nntnir., lb
I 1 Ooola. c
I IllTm, lb...
0 'I'hllaa, lb....
1 II IT II 1
Totals ... 0 1 IT IS
Brooklyn ! 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0-7
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0
Karrted runa: Brooklyn, 3. Two-base
hits: Dahlen. Irwin. Harry. Sacrifice hit:
Dolan. Double play: Dahlen to Food to
Varrell. Left on buses: Brooklyn, 7; Phil
adelphia, 7. First base on balls: Off Iberg,
2. Struck out: By Garvin, 6; by Iberg. T:
by Duggleby, 3. Passed ball: Dooln. Wild
pitch: Garvin. Time: 1:30. Umpires:
Lmalla and Latham.
At St. Louie-8L
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won, Ist
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Devotees of the national college game la
Omaha will be rejoiced well as sur
prised to learn that the management of the
University of Nebraska foot ball team has
finally arranged to bring one good game to
tbe metropolis of the state. The contest
rlth Knox College of Oaleabnrg, III.,
scheduled to occur at Lincoln on November
15, has been switched to the Oate City for
the same day.
Though thla match can not be said to
rank with tbe games with the University
of Minnesota and Northwestern University,
yet It promises to be a great game of toot
ball. Knox college, with only Michigan
and Nebraska In all tha mid-west, baa
begun the eeason by rolling up rest scores
In Its opening games against Inferior op
ponents, thereby taking place already as
a fast scoring team. The school had an tin
expectedly good eleven In 101, and haa re
tained practically the entire team. All In
all, the Illinois school promises to put up
a game that will be worth while. It will
certainly be far more satisfactory to
Omahans than match with the Haakell
Indians. Nebraska has never before played
Knox, and It will be Interesting to see
what the Corn husk era can do to the fol
lowers of Coach McLean.
Nebraska's team waa wonderfully
strengthened Thursday afternoon by the
registration of Orley Thorpe of Lincoln and
Cortelyou of Omaha. Theae are tbe two
r,w iOiik stock An Bon
Canard Starts Flnrry and Uag Drop
In Active Stacks Follows.
NEW YORK. Oct. S -Ttie principal news
In today's stock market turned out to be
untrue, but the false report was effective In
breaking tha market and throwing It In
stantly Into a state of confusion as great
as that of last Monday.
The report which was circulated imme
diately after 2 o'clock that the controller
or the currency had overruled the decision
of the secretary of the treasury to release
the cash reserve held by the bank sgalnst
government deposits offered a dire pros
pect to speculators. Such a decision would
throw tbe money market situation back
Into as strained a condition ns that which
threatened a panic laat Monday. The situ
ation In fact would have been worse, in
that the forces of depletion of bank re
serves have continued In operation during
the week, whtle some advantage has been
taken In the loan market of the better con
ditions resulting from the treasurer s meas
ures. Today especially there was some
conspicuous resumption of speculstlve sc
tlvlty on the part of various pools, notable
that In Colorado Fuel. In that the elec
tion ordered by the court will seitle the
next question of control of the propertv In
St. Paul by the same Interest which
caused Its recent advance and in the coal
ers on the circulation of constant rumors
regarding the outcome of the conference at
Washington. The higher level of prices
thus attained seemed to aggravate the
drop when the canard was put out regard
ing the alleged action of the controller of
the currency. The fact that the controller
was present and In consultation with the
secretary of the treasury during his visit
in New York when his action was taken
was lost sight of, and the speculative pub
lic seemed to swallow the story without
question. The drop ran all the way from
1 to nearly points In the active stocks.
The market closed with a violent rally In
progress, causea oy tne denial or the
story. Tomorrow's bank statement will
contain an additional Item to show the
government deposits with the banks in
order to differentiate the other deposits
against which a 2S per cent cash reserve Is
required. It Is supposed that the Item of
government deposits will be In the neigh
borhood of 4i,tj00,00, thus reducing the re
serve requirement and benelltlng the sur
The preliminary statement of cash move
ments Indicates that the banks have lost
nearly Jl.0iw.tl00 to the interior on the direct
BUSINESS OUTLOOK BRIGHT
Dm leei Excellent Proiptcts for tkt
Csntinuation of Actmtj.
LACK OF FUEL RESTRICTS IRON AND STEEL
Textiles In flood Demand and Makers
Fefnae to Shade Prlrea Kven to
Seen re Large Kiport
men that the coaches have been clamoring I except I4o0.f) to New Orleans and fjoo.ooo to
tiaar Ryan Whips Two.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 3.-Tommy Ryan.
the champion middleweight pugilist, tonight
met Jack ueauacnoite ana Barney waisn
of Chicago and knocked out both men In
less than five rountis. According to tne
terms or tne contest eacn or Kyan s op
ponents was to last six rounds. Walsh.
who entered the ring first, was knocked
out by a rl"ht hand s win" on the Jaw
after two minutes of flaht-.ns? In the sec
ond round. One minute lat-r Beauscholte
entered the ring and was finished In the
middle of the third round by left upper-
for to complete a strong eleven. Thorpe
rill plsy qusrter and Cortelyou right end
as of old. Nebraska haa never had better
men in tbe two positions.
The squad left Lincoln early for the gams
with the University of Colorado In order to
become In a degree acclimated. Thursday
afternoon found them In Boulder and they
have been taking easy practice there since.
Neither Thorpe nor Cortelyou Is with, the
team, as both need little conditioning.
They are not really needed, anyway, till the I today for shipment abroad
crucial game with the University of Minne
sota on October II at Minneapolis. It la ex
pected that both will be In crack form by
that time. In the meantime Benedict will
remain at quarter for the Boulder game
and Foil me r will play right end.
Fifteen men were taken west, aa follows:
Ends, Bhedd and Follmer; tackles, Wilson
and Captain Westover; guards. Ringer and
Maloney; center, Borg; quarter, Benedict;
halves. Bell and Bender; fullback, Mlckel;
FINE LEGAL POINT AT ISSUE substitutes, Tobln for center and guards.
BMgga lor tackles, Kager lor eoaa, cngie-
hardt for backs.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3 R. O. Dun & Co.'a
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Distribution of merchandise shows no
diminution and prospects are bright for
continued activity. lealers In many lines
are urgent for prompt shipments, culling
upon jobbers and manufucturers for goods
already overrlje. This indication of reiiuc'd
stocks Is a good sign and tends to sustnln
quotations. Western reports are especially
favorable, and the early marketing of cot
ton has brought distinct Improvement at
the south. Voluntary advances In wages
have bet-n announced In a number of In
stances, while the In nor situation la more
satisfactory, although not entirely frea
from controversy. Transportation facilities
have Improved In the coke region, where
congestion was becoming severe, and rail
way earntnas thus far reported for Sep
tember exceed last year's by 94 per cent.
Pig Iron furnaces are receiving larger
consignments of coke, and there Is less
Interruption because of fuel scarcity. The
situation Is by no means satisfactory, how
ever, and production of Iron and steel would
expand considerably If facilities were nor
mal. Much of the relief has come from
large Imports, the extent of which Is not
generally appreciated. During August
alone pig Iron Imports were 79.447 tons, and
for eight months 257.210 tons, valued at
24. 676.649, while receipts of steel billets were
worth still more. Recently the purchsses
abroad have extended to steel rails and
structural shapes. Quotations are fully
sustained on these products, but the In
equalities of the market are shown by
declines In sheets, wire nails and bsrb
wire, while the tin nlatea are dull, and
express movement and 1927, (M) to the sub- efforts are still being made to retain busi-
nfea Hnruau oy epeciai wage arrangements.
It Is interesting to note that a year ago
tin plates were tx-ing freely Imported be
cause of labor controversies.
Supplies of cotton goods do not accu
mulate In first hands, the demand continu
ing to keep pace with production, which
holds prices steady. Few export sales are
reported, not through any lack of In
quiries, but owing to the fact that sellers
will make no concessions. Wool averaged
slightly higher In sympathy with the Ixin
don sale; but further declines occurred In
hides, and leather has become dull. New
England shoe shops have received large
orders for winter goods, assuring activity
for two or three months at some factories.
Sstrlctly commercial failures In the
United States during the first nine months
of 1902 numbered 8,676. with defaulted lia
bilities of .16,4V7.490. Itst year there were
8.083 failures, for 280.&60.S52. In addition
there were forty -seven failures of banks
treasury. The subtreasury operations In
elude deposits for transfer to the interior,
Chicago, which were deposited for that
purpose today, and also the payment of
anticipated government Interest m.ide
through the New York subtreasury. The
rjavments of anticipated erovernment inter
est due after October 1, and the application
to substitute otner man government Donus
to release consol 2 per cents for the pur
pose of additional circulation seemed to
promise little relief to the situation thus
ar. The heavy demand for exchange today
for next Teusday's steamer showed the
small prospect or any movement of gold
this way for the present. Some 31.575.000 In
gold was drawn from the Bank of Kngland
Yoosg'Pettr Jaekaon Loses.
CHICAGO. Oct. 2. Young Peter Jackson,
the colored middleweight, waa defeated
here toniaht In a contest with John Willie.
a local boxer. Jackson appeared. to be In
poor condition and was almost out at the
The weekly exhibit of the Imperial Bank
of Germany showed a loss of over 31.000,i0
marks In gold, a loan expansion of over
0,000,000 marks and an Increased note Issue
of about 75,000,000 marks, thus filling out
the showing of other European banks for
the heavy requirements of the money mar
ket. The bond market was steady, except
for the flurry in the last hour of the mar
ket. Total sales, par value, K 926.000. United
states bonds were an uncnangea on tne
The followinr are tne closing prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
O'Brien Ontpalnts Maker.
PHTT.AT1EI.PH TA. OrL 3. Jack O'Brien
of thla city, who last winter won the
middleweight championship of Kngland,
and Peter Maher, the heavyweight pugilist,
fought six rounds here tonignt Deiore
had all the better of the
looked tired at the finish.
large crowd and the middleweight fighter
o. uotn men
The city laws
Resalt of Snyder Trlnl In St. Loots
Denenda Upon tbe Definition
of Two Words.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. . The trial of Robert
M. Snyder, banker and promoter, charged
with bribery In connection with the Central
Traction bill, was resumed In Judge Ryan's
Circuit Attorney Falk began the task of
proving that tb defendant's case did not
come under the statute of limitations and.
therefore, he was not exempt from prosecu
tion. Tbe Missouri statute of limitations reads:
In alt cases the time during which any
defendant shall not have been an Inhabi
tant of or usually resident within this
limitary. -"mliMm W'-t-of th, hVESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
The period of limitation for bribery Is
Chlrafo at Alton.
Chlcara & E. Ill
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Chicago N. W
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.. SOU St. Paul pfd
..100 Bo. Pacific
..looTi So. Railway
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.. i7,LhijD facinc
do not permit a decision In boxing bouts, I Chicago Tar. J
but It was the consensus of opinion of the I ir
rbliowers of the sport that O'Brien had a c st.
go Tar. Tr... IHi
aV L.. 11 Wabaah
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...214 Wheeling 4 L. E
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...17 Wl. Central
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..181 Adama Ei
...101 American Ex
t'nacd Rtataa Ex.
L loliAmal. Copper
the better of the fight all the way through.
Slonx Falls Dos; Wins.
MADISON. S. D.. Oct. 8. The Aberdeen
eournlnsr cuo waa won by Avery's Bric-a-
Brac of Sioux Falls, 8. D. The runner-up
waa Kellogg a Bweet Emma or Han rran.
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Hocking Vallay .
Illlnala Cntrml , llli InUr.
nd other financial institutions, with tin
billtles of a),027.198. against sixty-one In
1901. Involving 17.29o,oo4. While the ex
hibit is less satisfactory than last year's,
only one other year durina the last two
decades made as favorable a showing:.
Failures for the week not reported.
WEEKLY C'LEAHUVO HOISE TABLE.
nmannry of Bnslneas Trnnaneted by
the Associated Ranks.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3 -The following
table, compiled by Bradstrect, shows the
batik clearings at tlm principal cities tor
he week ended October 2. with the per
centage of Increase and decrease as com
pared with the corresponding week last
324 Araar. Car A F
.. T-l'-i . do prd
.. Amir. Lin. Oil
..ITS d pfd
..24 'American 8. R.... 4
..4 I do pfd....' o4
.. 2 Aif.' Mining Co 101
.. Brooklyn R. T 44
.,' fl4 Colo. rua & I M
.. M Cons. Oaa ll'4
..1M Coat. Tobacco pfd. ...122'
.. )p. lactrle 1K4
i rtocxinx t oai zja
National Banks of Nebraska Show In-
rreaae In Reserves Over Former
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. (Special Tele.
gram.) The comptroller of the ctiircy
three years. It Is the state's contention
that Snyder has been a resident of New
York for tbe greater part of the time since
the Central Traction bill was passed. In
1898. and cannot, therefore, receive the ben'
eflts of the statute of limitations.
The defense will undertake to show that
be lives and has lived In Kansas City. The v.. ,DDroved the Continental Sitlonal bank:
question will turn on the meaning of tbe of New yor, M reterTe agent for the Firs'.
words "inhabitant- sod "resident" con- National bank of Pierre, and th Hanover
talned In the statute. National bank of New York for I ho First
The controversy over the meaning of these National bank of 'WesBlngton Springs, S. D.
words In their relation to the Snyder case The abstract of the condition of the na-
commenced last night, when Alexander
Konta was called to the stand as a witness
for tbs state. A question aa to where
Snyder's residence wss from March, 189$,
to April, 1900, propounded by the circuit at
torney, caused a lengthy debate to be en-
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do pfd aii inter, rower
St louts ...
New York .
Games today: Brooklyn at Philadelphia,
Msw Yora at Boston, Cincinnati at Pitta
Vurg, Chicago at St. Louis.
St Sanson Wins Initial (inane.
INDIANOLA, la., Oct. S.-(SpeclHl Tele-
tlonal banks of Nebraska, exclusive of
Omaha and Lincoln, at the close of buslatss
on. 8eptehber IS, as reported to tho eomp
troller of the currency, shows an averag
reserve held at 16. 4 per cent, s-atnst 1S.33
per cent on July 1. loans H discounts
tared Into by opposing counsel as to the increased from I24.Sl,Mi to ISs.MiMH, f.old
significance or the words.
Immediately after convening court this
morning Judge Ryan decided that the mat
ter of Snyder's residence was one of fact
that the jury would have to decide after
bearing the evidence. ' He ruled that the
statute of limitations meant In effect that
a man's residence was the plsco where he
Judge Ryan's decision permitted the ad
mission of testimony which the defense had servo from $826,212 to $791,074,
tried to exclude.- It was a distinct defeat
for Snyder In the point on wblcb tbe entire
case haa hinged.
'My decision," said ths court. "Is that
the words 'Inhabitant' and 'resident' are
not synonymous. It is a question of law
and of fact. If the court concludes tbe evl
denes Justifies It. It will become a question I to Colman
tor ins jury, under tne proper instructions." I Alexander K
Laka fcrla at W.
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N. Y. Central
Norfolk A W.
Ontario A W.
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0 Laclede Oaa
.120 National Blacult .
. ,...1" National Lead ....
".... 137H No. American
140 Paalsa Coaat
1W Preaaed S. Car....
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115S Pullman P. Car...
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7" V. 8. Rubber
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74 Amer. locomotive.
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Boston Stok Market.
Mas. Cantral 4s.
H. E. O. C...
Little Liver Pills.
Mutrt Baar Slgnaturo
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ussbss aawaaa nea.wit.
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li. per ceui, loam auu uikovdvi 'ncrcaawi Beaton A Albany IM
from t? 480 904 to 1X 40X74 Told eoln de- Boston A Ma 1.1M
creased irom aJii.Bas to jioo.wij, total opecie iN y n h A H
from 1644,476 to $471,(22. lawful money re- Pitchtwrt pfd
deposits increased from $9,188,146 to $107,- American Susar
SCO 177 I
BOSTON, Oct. 8. call loans. 64J7 per
cent: time loans, per cent, umcial
closing on stocks and bonds:
coin from $73,0 to S742.63S, lawful money
reserve decreased from $1,730,146 to 11,07$,
61$, Individual deposits Increased from $25,
211.091 to $26.61,625.
Ths banks of South Dakota i.how sn Sv-
rtM mmp tiM At 1X93 rtie Mnt awaleat I Atchison
lala Roralo ..
American T. A T....1C! Santa Fa Copper
John A. Byrne has been appointed post- Pominioa i. a t4VTmrm-
master at Loma, Bntler county. Neb., vice
F. J. Yanlcek removed. Poetofflcas tMscon
tlnued: Inglls, Holt county. Neb., mall to
Stuart; McCurdy, Moody county, 8. D., r-iall In. s. staai
Watlnti Common . ..108
Dooley of Reinbeck, Fank AdTamura i
Calumet A Hacia C40
I Own. Electric .
IN K. O. AC.
IVnlted Fruit ..
.1UV4 Trinountala 4
.... IS1 Trlnltr 10i
.... 4 (t'nlted States tli
.... 4T t tan , so
....Hit Victoria 1',
.... 4l4 winona a
.... feya Wolverine &R
iDair west 4
Haa Not Overrated Action of Secre
tary Shaw In Relation to
Baltimore A Ohla..
Canadian Pari Be
Chaaapeaka A Ohio
Chlcaxo O. W.
Chlraao. M. A St. P.l1
Uanvar A R. u
WASHINGTON, Oct. . Comptroller Of a"
the Cureicy Rldgely today authortxed a de
nial of reports that be bad overruled tbe
action of Secretary Shaw relative to the
reserve funds and relief of the strained
Mr. Rldgcley said that he wss at a loss
to account for Its origin. He said that be
bad not taken such a step and that there
had been no case before him on which any
such action could be based.
Attorney jouraon. lor ths defense, st once u Bennett of Brlahton. and Doualaa Clea-
A . a . a . . a. I "
niea an exception to tne court s ruling. Ter of Spencer. Ia.. Frank O. Farsburr of
Alexander jt.onta, toe oroger. wno was on Erwln. 8. D.. bsve been appointed r.llwav
tne sung ibbi nignt, wneu toe oojection to I mail clerks,
bis testimony as to Snyder a place of abode
was raised resumed hi. testimony Wit- RIDQELY MAKES A DENIAL
uvae aaiu uw uau uwu in ,tw lora I runt
April, 1899, to March, 1900. While In New
York Mr. Snyder lived at the Waldorf-As
toria, where he auto stopped, and rented his
apartments there by tbe year, witness said.
O, H. Tenbroeck, attorney, tbe next wit'
ness, testified that he waa a resident of
New York from January, 189. to July, 1900,
and that defendant bad apartments at ths
Asked tf Mr. Snyder bad any bank connec
tions in Kansas City, Mr. Tenbroeck said
"I learned la July, 1900, that be was pres
ident of a bank In Kansas City.",
On redirect examination witness said he
could not remember just when It was that
he found out that Snyder had a residence
In Kansas City.
Shirley W. Johns snd Jewell H. Aubere,
newspaper men. testified that while securing
Interviews with R. M. Snyder In this city
March 11. 1S9S. Ike defendant gar them
the Information that h was living In New
On of tb strongest witnesses for tbs
ststs as to the residence of 8nyder wss
Dr. W. B. Woods of Ksnsas City, president
of tbe National Bank of Commerce in that
ctty. Dr. Woods testified that during tb
early part of 1$99 Snyder went to hi bank
snd held a conversation with him In re
gsrd to a bank which Snyder had Intended
organising In Kansas City. He told the
witness that be bad decided not to or
ganise the bank, that he was living In New
York sad did not expect to return to Kan
Before adjournment for lunch. Attorney
Jourdon told the court that It would be
Impossible lor tbe defense te complete Its
testimony before Saturday midnight., snd
the attorneys on both sides discussed the
matter of carrying tho case over Into the
next term to prevent a mistrial.
When court reconvened Circuit Attorney
Folk ensouBced that the stats would rest
London Stock tAnotatlons.
LONDON. Oct . 4 p. m.-Closlng:
Consols saonay 11 1-11 New Tork Central
fSS Norfolk a Wcl.ro... 77 H
SV do pld ttt
U Ontario A Weatern... i:.
Rand Mlnaa 1 1 V
do lit pfd 46
do Id cfd 40
Southern Railway.... 40V,
dc pfd HM
4VRoulharn Pacific 77V,
ti t nion PacISc 104,
41 SO ptd
704 toned gtatea Bteel.. 41S
u I do pfd t:v.
US IWabaah lt,
1414,1 do pfd kli
tl .Bosnian 4a t.
THE REALTY HEIORD,
INSTRUMENTS Oled for record Friday.
uctoDer , uua:
I. E. Congdon and and wife to Ade
laide H. Congdon. e 60 feet lot T.
block t. CaDitol add 12.000
U p. prentice to L.ueiia Kellogg, lot
zb. block 6, Monmouth Dark
Mary B. Wallace to P. J. Has et al.
lot 23. block A aame
F. A. Rising, trustee, to trustees of
Dr. Mary V. Lee fund, lot . Jack
LI v dell P. Moebens and husband to
Elisabeth M. Bhahan. lot 12. block
A. Saundera at H a add 1.000
r. rl. uarvin and wife to Pauline Q.
Barbel lot 14, block t. Cottage park..
Ada E. Hubbard to aame, lota II and
16, block S. aame
Byron Reed company to C. J. Kelrle,
lot 4. block 41, Florence
E. U Reeves to eauoe. lot 2. block 47,
National Bank of Commerce to J. B.
Klauaner. part lot I. block 12. Bemls
do lat ptd
do M Pfd
LouiaTllla A Maah.
atlaaoart. K. T..
FAR SILVER Quiet at Hd pr ounce
humi-Fau'ut ner rent, ina rate
dlacount In the open market for short bills
is iWCVJi per cent ana ior tnree-monihs
bills ;V4JJV per cent.
New York Mlnlngr stocks.
NEW YORK. Oct. .-The followinr are
the closing price on mining stocks;
Con. Cal. A Vs....
mall Hopaa ..
CHICAOO. Oct. . Clearlnas. tr.925.13S
balances, $2,007. 76s; New York exchange, lie
discount; foreign exchange, sterling posted
at ri ui for eu oays ana m ti ror demand
Sheriff to F. A. Rising, trustee, lot .
United Stale to J. W. Brown. nwU
seS and s seSa 1-16-1$
Total amount of transfers
NEW YORK. Oct. 3 -Exchsnses. tXA
414.270; balances. $13,439.(10.
BALTIMORE. Oct. . Exchanges, $4,424
262; balances. 1670. money, uer cent.
ST. LOL 13. Oct. t Clearlnas. tS.uufi 07S
balances. ll.l'U.tHj; fitw york exchange a
BOfTON. Oct $.-Exchanes. rr7.7t.(0)
Daiance, i,rj! im.
PHlLAUKLfHlA. Oct. X--tnarln8. 124
Z31.TH7; balances, K.toe.tw; muney, pr
ST. LOUIS. Oct. . Clearlna-s. M.0iX.C78
oaianres, tl.oii.oii; money, Hi 4 per cent
.new i org exenange, iuc Discount.
Condition of tha Treasary
WASHINGTON. Oct. l.-Today's state
ment of the treasury balances in the sen
eral fund, exclusive of tbe tl&OMiO.OO g old
reeerver in tne aiviaion ot reciemptlon
shows: Available canh balance, ltl iuLSlii
.u,icei goiu, iJ,it,ti.
Halt Iake City
I ,oe. Angeles
Totals. U. S
Outside New York.
21,770, 100 1
rsted sections, and the onlv remnlnlng con- j
elusion Is that unprecedented foil traile, the,
moving of larger crot at higher prices, j
immense cattle receipts and unsurpassed
ltidutrlsl activity are chargeable with the
numerous and heavy gains shown. Ksll-
tire returns, too. are slmost enflrcly favor
ahle, the number of embarrassments being
the smallest with two exceptions In ten
years and lisbl'ltles being the highest with
one exception In twenty years. I
Trade telegrams to Bradatreefe this
week, while pointing to some letting up In 1
the heretofore active lobbing demand at I
nearly all renters partly the result, by the I
way, of religious observances all teetlfy to
the fall and winter trade, already booked i
in good, almost In excess of preceding ,
years snd crop yields, except In some sec- !
tlons, guaranteeing a full volume of bust- j
ness In the remaining months of this yesr,
and the early part of 190S. Personal buying
at leading western Jobbing centers Is not so
active as some time sgo. but increased
sales resulting In heavy business for this J
time. r.xcepi lor a rew ecauereti
nilstlc reports from the south advices from
that section sre generally of a fair to good
trade, with Improved collections. At the
east a large distribution of dry goods is
noted at such cities as Philadelphia. New
York and Baltimore. Hides and leather are
strong and active, and shoe manufacturers
are pretty generally employed.
Rather less strength Is noted In some
lines of the Iron and steel business than
heretofore, but the quieting down in the
cruder forma Is due to scarcity of fuel and
of pig Iron, necessitating shutdown of
steel mills, as much as to the flood of
foreign Iron, which appears to be steadily
Increasing. Special Investigation shows
that receipts of foreign Iron and eteel In
August exceeded 14tMJ0 tons, but it is
worth nothing that exports of Iron and
steel and their products, mostly machinery,
are still more than double the Imports for
that month. More Inquiry for pig Iron for
the Inst half of 1903 Is noted In Chicago
and It Is observed that new orders for
rails, structural materials ami plates enn
not be guaranteed delivery until the last
hslf of next year. Many steel mills In the
Httsburg district have closed for want of
Iron. This has resulted In rather lower
quotations for bessemer pig and steel bil
lets, prices for which are not quite aa
large as a year ago. The refusal of the
tin workers to accept lower wages In or
der that Welsh plates may be shut nut has
resulted In the shJtdown of a number of
mills and this Is expected to throw some
additional tonnage of the crude material
on the market. Structural and plate mills
are crowded with orders, but sheets have
been cut $6 per ton.
Eastern cotton g-oods manufacturers re
port a quiet demand, but this Is as much
due to their own unwillingness) to sell
freely ss It Is to consumers' desire to wait
on the raw cotton market, which more
noticeably than In recent years seems to
regulate the course of the manufactured
products. The strength of the foreign de
mand for this staple has largely offset the
much heavier and earlier moving ot the
crop to market. Woolen mills are well
employed, both on reorders for winter
trade and aa regards spring business and
large Interests, srrd Isrge Interests are re
ported to be actively buying wool this
Wheat, Including flour, exports for the
week ending October 2 aggregate 6,870.558
bushels, against 6.077,070 laat week. 4.195,
795 thla week last year and 4.154.900 In 1900,
Wheat exports since July t aggregate b,
164.153 bushels, against 84.847,946 last sea
son and 47.272,617 In 1900. Corn exports ag
gregate 14.423 bushels, against 74,952 last
week, w,,ni4 iaat year ana .Z4 in mi
For the fiscal year exporta are 1.197.234
bushels, against 13,626,664 last season and
44,311,661 In 19i.
Business failures In the United States
for the week ending October 2 number 161,
as against 172 last week, 176 In this week
last year, 177 in 1900. 1SS In 1899 and 163 In
1398. Canadian failures not noted.
"1 " 1 Wife A 4
Xew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. S. MONEY On call,
firm at Va per cent; closed offered at 6
per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 6 per
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with ac
tual buutness In bankers' Mils at $4.&u:
for demand and at $4 824.8S for 60 davs;
posted rates, 4.83Vrj4.87; commercial bills,
SILVER Bar. 60Tc; Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, steafly: state,
strong; railroad, Irregular.
Tha closing quotations on bonds are ss
U. B. rat. 2a rag.... 104V L. A N. nal. 4a 101
do coupon loi'a Max. Cantral 4a u
do la. raf....i lOIVj do la Ine
do coupon loa .ntnn. a st. l. aa....l4
do now 4a. rag 1J 1. K. A T.
do coupon issv do Is
do old a, rag UOVN. T. Cantral Is
and the best will be
Always Satisfies t
T SoM at all Srtla eafea and by Jobbsia,
4- WH. LAKAEaN A BON, Baltimore, MoV 4
In all DISEASES
a ud DISORDERS
12 year of tuc
cegsfttl practice ia
VARICOCELE HYDROCELE and
111! CO cured In a daya. without .uuiu(. pain or
rILtaO loaa ot tlraa. Letal guarantee to aura
rou tr money refunded.
CVDI1II IC cured for Ufa and lbs polact
OI rill Lid Inoroushlr cleaneed from tha
aretem. bc.bo avarr al(n and armpiou diaappesia
completely and tower. No "BREAKINO OUT" of
tbs dlseaas on tha akin or face. Treatment contains
am dangaroua drugs or Injurious mealcluea.
IIJPIU tlr.fj from Ricaaaea or VICTIMS TO
If LAr ULH KKKVOI S DEBILITY OH RX.
MAlSliSV WAO.'INO WEAKNESS with gARLV
DKCAY la froUNO and bUDOL. AUKO; lack of vim.
vigor sad strangtk. with organs unpaired snd weak.
CTBIftTIIBC eurod with a saw home treat.
dInlulUlIlL Diant. No pala. bs detaollos
1 1 0 m buatnraa.
I HILARY. Kidney an Bladder Traublaa. W,,a
back. Burning Trine, Frequency of t rlnatln. Urtua
Hleh r-iored. or with milky eedlmanl oa stod'ns
Conanltatlon Fro. Trentsaent by Mall.
Call or addreaa, 110 14th M.
DP,- SEARLES & SEARIES,
do aa. rg....,
do coupon . . .
Atrhlaon gen. 4i
do adj. 4a....
Gal. aV Ohio 4a.
a W ,
do conv. 4a.,
Canada so. la
Cantral of Ca. (a....
do la Ine
Chea. A Ohio 4'rS...
Chicago a A. ssa..
C. B .A Q. n. 4a...
C. M 4 8t P g
do gan. a.
N. i. C. gan. la.
No. Pacific 4a.....
N. W. eon. 4s.
Reading gen. 4a..
at L at 1 U c.
.111 Et. L. B. F. a
107't St. L. S. W. la.
10 1 do ia st ,
7 . A. A A. P. 4a u
10 So. PaclHc 4a 3'4
1 iSo. Hallway 4a 1HS
M ITaiaa Pacific la..,120H
114 T . St.' L. W. 4a.. toi
c. a N. W. e. -.... 15
C. R. I. a P. 4a. ...10s I do conv.
r r l' Hi 1, 4a. .loiVi Wabaah la
Chicago Ter. 4a 0 I do la
Colorado So. 4a 3HI do deb. B. ..
Pamar A R. O. 4a.. .101 Weat 8hors 4a.
Erla prior lien 4a.... V Wheal, a L.. Z
do general 4t ...... WS Wit Central 4
P. W. a II. C. la 114 icons. Tobacco
Hocking Val. 4V.... 103
I'nlon PaclOo 4s 104 '4
Pbiladelphln Prodnee Markat.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 1 BUTTER
Firm; prints, lc higher; extra westeru
creamery, 23c; extra nearby prints, 25c.
KOOS Dull; fresh nearby, 23Vic. loss off;
fresh western. 23c; fresh southwestern. 23c;
fresh southern. Zlg2c; fresh southwestern.
ltf22c; freeh southern. fo'MC
PHEESE-KIrm: New York full creams.
prime smsll. 1243l2c; New York fair to
good. ll1G11'c; New York prime large,
llH61Uc; New York fair to good, 10V9
Treats all formsol .
27 Years Experience.
17 xears to ununi
Ills remarkable sin
cess bag never been
equaled andevery day Bflnits many flattering
reports ot the good be Is tiolnj. or toe r.llj.
Hot Springs Treatmant for Syphilis
And all Blood Poison. NO "BKEAKINQ OUT
on 10 skin or face and all exaeraal signs J
ba disease dlaopear at once.
m nnn nice ICC .p.rmn.nt,-.Hr',
Cure guaranteed In
LKSM THAU O U
in less than 40 Day
OVER 30 000 ixzxir
vitality, -unnatural discharges, Stricture,
Qleet, Kidney and Uladder Ulseaaee,
HydOUlck CURES-LOW CHARGES.
Treatment by mall. V. O. Box 768. Office
over 215 S. 14th street, between Fsmam an j
Douglas Sta.. OMAHA. NEB.
884 ,5i )
36 .6 .
i2.715.3!9.f!10 26. 7i.
I 814.632,0441 6.8;.
Vancouver, B. C.
St. John, N. B....
Victoria. B. C...
.1$ (4.570.2111 33. 1
Not Included In totals because containing
other Items tnan clearings.
Not Included In totals because of no
comparison (or last year.
BRADSTHEET'S TOIST OP VIEW
General Expansion of Trade Is Dae to
NEW YORK, Oct, 1. Brsdstreet's tomor
row will say:
In the almost uniform favorable returns
of nine months' financial, commercial and
industrial operations the only depressing
rule is the growing acuteness of the coal
situation, which has passed out of local
ana state cognisance ana oecome or nil'
tlonal Importance and Interest. The rs
turns of failures, clearings and the other
items bearing upon the results of ths
three-quarters of the years operations at
hand J.olnt to conditions having been
largely favorable. Activity In alovk specu
1ml. m and tomtartaon with a year ego.
when deplorable occurrences st Htlffalo
had thrown a damper upon general bul- i
ness activity, do nut entirely explain the 1
immense increases shown in widely sep- I
The Hlfhttat Priced but
th Beat Qualltx.
H. May t
A Large Room
at a Small Price.
We can offer you a room 17x43 feet,
on tbe fifth floor. This room Is thor
oughly light and every Inch of the
space Is available for use of clerks or
employes. The room Is not far from
the elevator. If desired. H can be
partitioned oft to suit the convenience
of the tenant. - Like all rooms In
He Bee Building
It Is finished In hard wood, and tha
rental price Include heat, light, water
and janitor aervlce, as we.ll as tha
benefit of all night and Bunday ele
K. C. Peten k Co.
He ntal Agents
Washington (and return)
Tho Official Roufe for Nebraska and Iowa
Two solid through trains of standard and tourist sleepers sad
chair cars, without change, from OMAHA,
Tickets on sale October 2, S, 4,
S. Final return limit. No-
LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES.
For further Information call at or address
Rock lilind Sttlera City Ticket Ollici,
1323 FAMIAU STREET, OMAHA.
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