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: LEAGUE BERTH
Champions Too Fast for
Other Teams Committee
Named to Thresh Out
. The Matter.
The Stove league was officially
buried last night when the opening
meeting of the officials and board of
directors of the Omaha Amateur
Base Ball association was held in
the city hall President Al Scott
called the meeting to order.
The chief discussion was the
formation of the Greater Omaha
league, last season's Class A circuit
At the present time it is still unde-
' cided whether the league will be or
ganized this season, since the classi
fication has been changed to Class
J It is understood that several of
last season's teams are strongly op
posed to permitting the Murphy-Did-Its
to hold a franchise in the
- The complainants point out that
the Murphys are of a faster class
fthan, the other teams in the circuit
and they can be picked as pennant
winners before the season is fairly
At the suggestion of Secretary
Isaacson a committee was appointed
by President Scott to get in touch
with the Greater Omaha league
managers and find out their senti
ments concerning the formation of
the league. The committee consists
of Isaacson, John Gonding and John
.This committee will meet with all
of the managers, players and back
ers of the Greater Omaha league
and any other Class AA teams wish
ng to enter at a meeting to be held
Thursday night in the office of
. Park Commissioner Falconer.
Frank Jacobs, Robert Kroll and
Jake Isaacson were appointed by
President Scott to, revise the cpn
'stitution and bylaws of the asso
An amendment to the constitu
tion increasing the entry fee of each
player with the exception of the
Class C players to SO cents, instead
of 25 cents, was unanimously car
ried. Elect Vice Presidents.
. John Walker, secretary of the Al
falfa Butter company, and Herman
Keimers, president of the Omaha
.Wall Paper company, were elected
yice presidents of the association.
The Commercial league, last sea
son's crack Class B Saturday or
ganization, was given permission by
the directors to play both Saturday
and Sunday ball. President Kroll
expects to have at least eight teams
in this circuit and each team will be
given permission to sign IS men. A
meeting has been called by Presi
dent Kroll for Thursday night
For the purpose of final forma
tion, the managers of the Ameri
can Class B league will hold their
' meeting Wednesday night at the city
hall, while President Frank Jacobs
of thcTity league has called a meet
ing" of his circuit for next Monday
night Contracts will be issued on
Communications were read from
' both the National Base Ball Federa
tion of America and from the West
t rn Amateur Base Ball association.
Both communications were placed
on the table. It was decided not to
enter the federation and no definite
plans were taken in regard to join
ing the W. A. B. A.
Since steaming out of the Dear
born station Saturday night Fred
Mitchell's Cublets have traveled
through six different states. When
they answered breakfast call at Las
Vegas this morning, they were 1,200
miles from State street and just
half way to Pasadena.
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Physical Fitness Our Sole Re
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tst physical defect
But there is a constant warfare
closer home, that you are vitally in
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gle that is always going on, and one
for which you must always keep
your system prepared.
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IN OTHER CLIMES
Johnston and Lowden on
The Job Here Leslie
Davies Is Pro in
Charley Johnston, formerly Happy
Hollow club pro, went to work at
the Country club yesterday follow
ing a conference with John Rcdicfc,
chairman of the Country club golf
committee. Johnson just returned
from a three months' vacation on
the Pacific coast
Leslie Davies, former assistant to
Johnston at Happy Hollow and
rother of Stanley Davis at the Field
club, has signed a contract to be
professional at a San Francisco club.
Leslie Davis is Nebraska open
champion. He is now in California.
John Shearman, golf professional
at the Country club last year, has
gone to Wichita, Kan., where he
has been appointed pro of a club.
Jimmy Canavan, former assistant
to Johnston at Happy Hollow and
last year professional at Fremont,
has gone to Champaign, 111., to be
a golf pro. ,
Ed. Murphy, former assistant at
the Field club left Monday to take
up his duties at Green Hills coun
try club in St. Joseph, Mo.
Pete Lowden, Seymour Lake club
professional, was out "looking
around" the Seymour course yester
day, planning improvements.
Fairmont Creamery and McCoy
Leading Mercantile Bowlers
Fairmont Creamery Co. bowling
team is leading the teams in the
Mercantile league with an average
of .783. McCoy is high individual
with an average of .188. The fol
lowing figures show the team stand
ing and the 14 leading individual
averages to date. v '
Fairmont Creamery Co 47 13 .783
Orchard & Wllhelm Co 41 1 .683
Paxton A Gallagher Co. ...32 28 .533
M. E. Smith & Co 32 28 .533
City Hall 29 31 .4S3
Drexel Shoe Co....... 28 32 .457
Frank's Jewelry 27 33 .450
Nebraska Power Co.. 24 36 .400
Nebraska Clothing Co 23 37 .383
Universal Motor Co 17 43 .283
Mccoy ......... 18g
Fltz ...j 186
Reese ......... 170
M. Huntington. 17SI
. Navy Loses Dobie.
Ithaca, N. Y., March 1. Gilmour
Dobie, former coach of the navy
foot ball team, has signed a three
year contract with Cornell. Dobie,
who coached the University of
Washington eleven before going to
Annapolis, will succeed J. H.
and good health is assured.
But you should take no chances
with this mainstay of defense. Im
purities are liable to creep into
your blood and so weaken your sys
tem that it is unable to resist even
the most ordinary ailments. This
means, the beginning of the attack
which will result in the undermin
ing of your health.
S. S. S., the world's most re
nowned blood remedy, will tend .to
keep the blood absolutely pure and
free of impurities. This great old
remedy, which has been in constant
use for more than fifty years, keens
the system in perfect condition by
tending to purify the blood and
cleansing it thoroughly. Write for
free medical advice to Chief Medi
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Switt laboratory, Atlanta, ua, .
. " Everysapp in a Shoe Store.
OUTSIDE of goldfish and Greek dancers in a briar patch, shoes play aa
important part in politics. We don't know why Isadora Duncan
, pranced around with her toes rattling in the loose breezes sorjie years
ago. Isadora may have been shooting over the Kneipp cure, which con
sisted of flatwhecling barehoofed over the morning dew, making motions
like a cinnamon bear fighting bumble bees. The Kneipp system was a
great cure for bunions, but bare dogs and a swallowtail coat never synchro
nized at a formal Newport affair. Besides, Isadora's costume kinda sug
gested that" she also was trying to cure water on the knee, dislocation of
the hip, curvature of the spine and tonsilitis.
The Kneipp idea might have sprouted plenty if some shoe salesman
hadn't planted poison ivy in all the parks. When a Kneipper's dogs
started to break out in balloons like an ofd-fashioned chandelier he
figured it was time to park the bunions back in the old brogans.
But the Greek hoppers never had more reason to go flatfooted than
the public of today. Boots are now 20 bills an edition and may go higher,
all depending on the supply of paper and glue. When Everysapp wheels
into a shoe garage nowadays he knows that he is going to be sent along
for his bankroll. And sent along plentyl They don't even break out a
pair of loaded dice to make you think that you are getting a chance. Do
you remember when you gilded baby's first pair of shoes and put 'em
on the mantelpiece? Remember how the gold sparkled when the sunlight
bounced off the old man's bald knob and caromed off the gilt? Well,, all
shoes ought to be gold-leafed now, and the manufacturer would have
enough lelt over to sew on diamond eyelets, with rafdium-tipped shoelaces.
It used to be an event in an old-fashioned man's life when he spent
more than two smackers for a set of toe scoops. Every time the old boy
hooked a new brown derby or a new brace of dogs he would light out and
get stewed. Some bartender would flatten his kelly with a bungstarter,
and he generally lost the left shoe in a dumbwaiter when he forgot to
jump with the rest of the passengers. More reason now to get soused
when you mortgage the family sock for a pair of Congress gaiters; but
there ain't any powders left. Everysapp goes into the shoe store and
comes out sober. No oil left to pour 6n the troubled bunions.
When Everysapp figures on purchasing a new outfit of groundgrabbers
he looks over the "ads" to discover who's selling the fewest shoes for
the most money. The minute he is inside the store he knows he is a
kippered herring, so he spars with the doorknob for a couple of rounds.
Then he patters in and puts his dogs on the operating table. The clerk
sends for a surveyor's chain and measures off the job on the outside. Then
he peels off the old boots and counts the holes in Everysapp's socks.
There should be no false modesty between Everysapp and a shoe clerk.
A guy up on the ladder is hollering something about Albert, Billie, Charlie,
Daniel and Eddie. Which sounds like a squawk for help, but means the
different sizes in dogs A, B, S, D, E. Everysapp's dancing partner is
Eddie, which i9 the largest width in boots; but when the clerk tries 'em
on Everysapp's five-toed hams they both figure that Eddie should have
As there ain't no Zachariahs or Yoricks in stock, the clerk digs down
into the ash barrel and comes up with the old canoe-last shoe. This last
is shaped just like a Hometown canoe, and a guy walking in 'em things he's
riding a hobbyhorse. As he can't etherise Everysapp he walks up with the
canoes under his coat and snaps ''em on sudden. No ambush is successful
without the element of surprise. The canoe boot is a great shoe for kick
ing dogs with, bait ain't much use to a euv who doesn't know how to use
a pair of paddles. If the canoe bunion squeezers don't mix with Every
sapp's exempt arches the clerk holds a consultation with the cash register
and breaks out the last thing in diseases of the shoe. This is the rocking
chair last, and science has been unable to segregate the germ that causes it.
The rocking chair is something like the canoe last but more so. You
can't walk in 'em. You just stand still and rock like a guy drinking your
health in wood alcohol.' They"re long and narrow, and you could rock
yourself to sleep if it weren't for the fact that they also are built to quality
you to join the Boy Corn Raisers of Ohio.
Everysapp finally buys a set of patent leather shoes that look just right
when you are reading Snappy Stories or Town Topics; that feel fine when
you re sitting down, and feel great when you take 'em off and give your
dogs a chance to swell up. The clerk grab Everysapp's $18 and Everysapp
writes him out three checks for the other 75 cents.
The company gives Everysapp a shoehorn free, which turns out to be
the most important part of the shoes. He spends the rest of his life getting
into those dogs and escaping from 'em again. He raises about three bun
ions on each toe, which, is a quorum anywhere, and when his corns start
hurting the old boy knows there are 30 rainstorms on the way.
The slogan of all shoe stores is: "We want you to leave satisfied."
Which is safe enough, as if you hung around more than a year they would
raise the rent on you:
Rehim With Five More
Victories Stored Up
Lincoln, Neb.. Feb. 29. (Special)
Nebraska's basketeers returned
home today with five more victories
added to their credit.- Coach Schiss
ler's men now have a .total of 20,
victories and two defeats to their
credit for the season.
In total number of points the
Huskers Practically have doubled
the scores of their opponents. The
two defeats have been easily over
come because of the fact that
Nebraska ha9 been able to defeat
both of the teams that defeated her,
by larger scores. '
Only two ' games remain to be
played. These are with Colorado
college Friday and Saturday of this
week. Colorado college is one of
the two teams that has succeeded in
defeating the Huskers.
Tunis Dean in Omaha.
Tunis F. Dean, well remembered
in base ball circles throughout the
United States, is in the citv. this
time in a theatrical capacity. He was
tor several seasons secretary and
treasurer of the Baltimore Base Ball
club, during the period when Ned
Hanlon was manager and when the
"Orioles" were three times national
pennant winners. More recently Mr.
Dean was secretary treasurer of the
Toronto Base Ball club in the In
ternational league, when Joe Kelley
was manager oi the Maple Leafs.
Mr Dean is in the city as the per
sonal representative of David Be
lasro in "Tiger! Tiger 1" Mr. Dean
has many friends in Omaha. He is
a connection of General Dodge, for
whom Dodge street is named.
Puryear and Herman Draw.
Trenton, N. J., March 1. Pete
Herman of New Orleans, world's
champion bantam weight, had trou
ble getting a draw in his eight-round
windup with Earle Puryear of Tulsa,
OkL, at the Trenton Athletic, club
Monday night Except tor a mag
nificent rally which' the champion
uncorked in the last round, he was a
Dealen man. In the eighth, how
ever, he administered Purvear a se
verc lacing, a fact which entitled him
to an even break 10 the fieht, .
Western Open Golf
Tournament Will Be
Held August 4 to 6
Chicago, 111, March 1. The west
ern open golf championship will be
held Agust 4 to 6, just ahead of the
national open meet, Assistant Secre
tary Higgins announced Monday.
The event will be staged on the three
courses of the Olympia Fields club
of Chicago, while the national open,
which usually comprises the same
field of professional and expert
amateur golfers will be played at
the Inverness club at Toledo. It is
expected that several British golfers
will take part in both meets, while
American golfers will invade Eng
land earlier in the season to compete
for the British open honors.
The Western Golf association also
set the date for the western junior
championship, which is to be held
at the Bobolink club, Chicago, as
July 28 to 30. This event is open
to young golfers from all parts of
the United States.
The western amateur chamoinn-
ship was set for July, when the
event was awarrVrl to the Mpmnhie
Country club at the annual meeting
wi me dssuuauon in January.
Forty High School Boys "
For Creighton Track Team
. Forty Creighton High school sta
dents answered the call for track
material yesterday. "Chuck" Mori
arty, Cliff Long, Tom Shoevlin and
other members of the varsity squad
also took workouts. Monarty is
coaching the high school lads in
how to Start. Mnriartv pvnorto
two dozen college men to answer
nis can tor varsity material when
nc issues some time this week.
O'Dowd Has Easy Time.
fhiladelohia. If arch 1 nw
O'Dowd made short work of Jack
McCarron nf Allentown ' in. the
windup Monday night at the Olym
pia. The latter's seconds tossed in
the sponge in the second round to
save McCarron, who was down three
times in the opening session. The
bell saved' him from taking the
count McCarron just landed one
solid punch in the first round, when
he staggered O'Dowd with a hard
wallop to the jaw,
m Jifta tad M.ffM ia Full
Pag of Colore ia Thm Sunday Bat.
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Crusinberry Will Cover
Training Camps For Bee
Famous Sports Writer to Visit Each Training Camp
And Wire Story on Each Team to The Bee by
Chicago Tribune Special Wire.
Nearly every team in the two
major leagues is now rolling south
ward or westward to the training
camps. Base ball fans are cocking
their ears for a little "dope" on each
The Bee has secured the services
of James Crusinberry. qne of the
IN GUP RACE
Resolute or Vanitie to Defend
America's Title; Sham
rock Being Groomed
New York, March 1. With the re
sumption of the international yacht
races for the American cup, set for
July 15 over the Sandy Hook
course, interest in yachting circles
is waxing hot over Sir Thomas Lip-
ton s next attempt to win tne moat
famous trophy in the sporting
America will defend the famous
cup with the Resolute or the Vanitie
the same yachts that plowed the
wave in a series of trial contests in
1914, just before the war, resulted in
the calling off of the historic races.
Sir Thomas Lipton's Shamrock
IV, the challenger, is in dry dack
at the Jacobs shipyard, City Island,
N. where its wooden sides are
being smoothed down and polished
and its racing rigs put into shape.
It has been in this country ever
since the beginning of the world
The mrv nc under which the
Shamrock IV came to America was
recently sent back to England to be
used on a 23-meter Shamrock, a sail
ing slooo that Sir Thomas will use
as a trial horse for the challenger in
tuning it up for the big races.
ihe trial races between tne cnai
lenger and its racing mate will be
watched with a great deal of inter
est, though Sir Thomas may be a
bit chary about giving out informa
tion regarding its exact speed under
favorable conditions. Likewise, the
trials in which the Resolute and
Vanitie will compete will arouuse
unusual interest, since both oi these
yachts broke records in 1914.
ihe Kesoiutes most, entnusiasnc
rooters were somewhat taken back
when it was , announced that the
sloop had covered the course in 3
hours, 16 minutes and 41 seconds,
surpassing the record made by the
great Vigilant against the second
Valkyrie, of 3 hours, 24 minutes and
39 seconds The Vanitie, though it
did not win a race in the series of
1914, was well within the old cham
pion s time. The Resolute is 75 teet
long on the water line and in 1914
carried over 8,000 feet of sail Both
yachts, however will probably be al
tered to some extent for the com
ing races. '
McAndless Wins Again.
Boston. March 1. David Mc-
Andles of Chicago won his fourth
straight victory in the national am
ateur 18.2 ' balkline billiards cham
pionsliip at the Boston Athletic as
sociation, defeating Edgar T. Ap
pleby of New York, 300 to 265, in
28 innings. Julian Rice of New York
defeated Percy Trump of Pittsburgh,
300 to 275, in 65 innings.
Sox Hare Three Catchers,
Chicago. March 1. The signed
contract of George Lee, utility
catcher of the Chicago White Sox,
was received by President Comiskey
Mondav. Ihe White box now have
tfciee catchers under contract, the
others being Ray Schalk and Byrd
tall, fat or slim., there's
a Lanpher with the;
hack of it, for your
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best sports writers in the world, to
cover the training season. Crusin
berry will visit each camp and wire
the news breaking at each to The
Bee by way of the Chicago Tribune
Watch for the Crusinberry arti
cles! AGGIES NOSE OUT
Creighton Drops Clean, Fast
Contest to Michigan
Farmers by Close
Lansing, Mich., March 1. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Creighton lost to
the Michigan Aggies Monday night
by the score of 31 to 24. The game
was anybody's up to the last few
minutes, when the Aggies broke
loose with a series of long shots
which counted four baskets.
The first half was Creighton s
and it looked like defeat for the
home team, but the breaks were with
Michigan in the second half and
they snatched the victory. The
game was featured by clever floor
work and clean play. Tuesday
night Creighton meets University of
Detroit at Detroit.
Cornhuskers to Run
In Illinois , Relays
Lincoln, Neb., . March 1. (Spe
cial.) Indications at present are
that Byron McMahon, Stromer,
Gibbs and "Squirt" Owen will rep
resent Nebraska in the mile event
at the Illinois relays at Urbana, 111.,
This auartet of runners is well
known to Iiusker followers of the
oast few years.
McMahon is the quarter-miler who
startled track artists last year with
his stellar performances at the Penn
relavs and at the Drake relays.
Stromer and Gibbs, members of
last year's mile relay team, ate
recognized as fast men in their
event "Squirt" Owen, who was
captain-elect of the 1918 Husker
track squad when he left to enter
the service, has returned to school
and is showing his old form.
Huskers Want to Play
Champions of Big Ten
Lincoln. Neb.. Mar. 1. (Special.)
Coach Schissler of the Husker
basket ball team has wired to the
University of Chicago, champions of
the Big Ten conference, inviting the
Chicago team to meet Nebraska in
a two-game series on the Husker
floor March 12 and 13.
The Nebraska; mentor is very
anxious to cet a came with the Chi
cago crew m order to line up the
Husker prowess with that of the
B.g Ten. Valparaiso, whom Nebras
ka wai able to defeat by a wide mar
gin in two games last week, held the
Chicago quintet to a hve-point mar
gin in a game recently on the Val
paraiso floor. .
Basket Ball Besults.
Lafeyetto, Ind., March 1. Purdus com
pletely outclassed Ohio Btats In a west
ern conference basket ball cams Montla)
mgnt ana won, on to 2D.
Drawn for The Bee by McManut
Copyright. 1980 International Nsws Service
New Tork, March 1. (By Chlcr Trl-buna-Omaha
Ba Leased Wire.) Tb -curlty
market bad opportunity to reflect
two stimulating developments today and
the (act. that the upward movement oi
stocki was only moderate could bo attrib
uted to the adverse credit situation, first,
the railroads passed into prlvata ownership
and the comments of many operating men
showed that they were taking; up their
work again In an aggressive fashion which
promised much In the way of Increased
efficiency of the carriers. Early In the
afternoon came newa that the supreme
court had ruled that the steal corpora
tion was not to be considered a trust and
therefore not liable to further litigation
aimed at dissolution of the organisation.
When the newa from Washington arrived
the Industrial shares were in process of
a gradual recovery from earlier depression,
and, led by steel Issues, the movement
went Bomewnm lunnor. vciuro me iuo
of business. The last array of quotations
aisciosea many nei gains running irum
one to three points among the manufac
turing and petroleum shares, with the list
Irregularly spotted by declines. The rail
road department, on the other hand, waa
dull and uncertain throughout the day. It
might be argued that the upturn which
tho rails enjoyed last week had discounted
the transfer of the roads from government
control, 'and that It would be natural for
speculators and Investors to wait for n
practical demonstration of results under
the railroad law before adding to their
Railroad bonds were quiet and disclosed
trifling changes of price,
Wall street comment centered upon tba
situation of credit to a far greater extent
than upon the railroad outlook or the
clean bill of health supplied the ateel cor
poration. The Federal Reserve bank's
ability to strengthen Its reserve ratio by
drawing onto Itself silver temporarily
domiciled in this country, was not suf
ficient to offset important figures In re
spect to changes of Items last week. The
street noted the Increase of loans to mem
ber banks and the loss of aold. A Quota
tion of 10 per cent for call money for all
of the day's loans and renewals empha
sized the Impression to be gathered from
oth the f ederal jtteserve uanx ana tne
clearing house bank's statement that
credit easement was still In the distance.
Time money was as scarce as ever it has
been this year with the longer maturities
showing a firmer tendency than last week
in respect to Interest rates. When one
considers that the railroads have much
flnanciiTg to do If they are to care for the
requirements of adequate transportation
and. physical upkeep, it is clear that they
haVe returned to their stockholders at an
awkward moment. Considerable financing
for the carriers has been under discusslou
end it Is known thst some ulans would
be carried out quickly If conditions wers
ritrhi. '1 lie roads havo recourse to the re
volving fund provided for in the new law
and presumably those in most pressing
need for funds will seek loans of the gov
ernment before long.
It was noticeable in tne discussion or tna
railway future which several exeoutlves
presented on Saturday and Sunday that
the necessity of patienee In viewing the
outlook was stressed. Undoubtedly rail
way managers consider among tneir more
difficult problems those surrounding the
ocMiiUUNin of new caoltal and therefore It
may be assumed that thought of credit
scarcity had been potent In shaping their
amirt which far outdistanced the other
European exchanges. Sight drafts at I3.44"A
when business came to an ena were t
to the pound higher tnan on baturaay. ai
the same Urn the frano rate advanced
only five points. The only explanation for
the upturn of sterling was that offerings
of bills were unusually light for a Monday.
New York. March 1. Prices of Liberty
bonds at 11:30 a, m. today were: 3 Ha,
94.50; first 4s, 80.20; second 4s, 19.48;
first 4 Vis. 91.10; second 411s, 89.98; third
4 s, 92.Z0; rourtn tts, nu.vs; victory
8s, 97. !4; Victory 4s, 97.38.
Prices of Liberty bonds at 1:65 p. m.
today were: 34s. 94.80; first 4s. 10.29;
second 4s, 89.50: first 44s, 0.(0; second
4 Vis. 89.90: third 48. 92.10; lourttt .
90.04; Victory 3&s, S7.26; Victory 4 a,
to see the
Models at the Auto
Show this week
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PR. E. R. TAKRY 240 Btt Bulldlni OMAHA. MgfgMlft4
Stocks and Bonds
Number ef sales and ranae or rlea4
on the leading stocks:
Sale Hlf H tow Close
Amer. Beet Sugar 1.000 t II l
Amer. Can t.too at 4vU V
Amer. C A Fdy.. MOO ut lltfi Jlofc
Am. H. L.. ptd. MOO S U , MV
Amer. toco.. ....17,000 4 1 14
Amer. a Raf. 400 sOfc it 0
Amer. Sugar Ret. 100 114 lit 114
Amer. Buraa. Tob. 1,100 II SOU II
Amer. TeL Tel. 1.S00 17 !T 174
Amer. .,!). 101 17 17$ 174
Anaconda Copper. 1.100 IT l I7fc
Atohlaon 1,101 lltt 11 I
A. . O. A W. 1. S. . 1,100 141 A 140 14
Baldwin Loco. ... 7.S00 110 i 10714 111
B. A 0 1.100 ll 17tf 17
Beth. 8teel "H". .10,100 It 1IU It
CaL Petroleum .. 1.000 14 lift Ufa
Canadian Pacific 11.100 111 111 111 ,
Central Leather . 1,400 71 77 71
Chess. A Ohio.... 700 7 lift hi
C. M. A St P.... 1.400 ! 11 !.,
Chi. 4s Nor 400 17 11 11
C. R. 1. P.. ..17,600 lift lift Mft
Chlno Copper ... 101 11 II 11
Colo. r. A t 100 11 11 11
Corn ProduoU .. 4.101 11 71 11
Crucible Steel . .11,700 111 110 117.
Cuba Cane Sugar. 1,600 41ft 41ft 41ft,
Dla. Seeur. Corp.. 101 11 11 JJ
EH 4,000 16ft 14ft 11
General Motors ..17.101 146 111 Sltft
QI. Nor., pfd 1,100 71 77ft 71
Ot. Nor. Ore Ctfs 600 17 ft 17 17
Illinois Central .. 100 17 ft "ft J
Inspire. Copper .. 1.000 lift M lift
Int. Mer. Ma., pfd 1,100 II 11 lift
Inter. Nickel .... 1.000 10 10 10J
Inter Paper 1.100 71 71ft 71
?. Bm,th 1.100 l!i 17 17
Kennecott Cop.. 1,000 lift
U A N.
11.900 1704 16
Miami Copper M, 100
Mid vale Steel ... 4,00
Mo. Pac 7,600
Nevada Copper., mo
N. Y. Central.... .00 71 71
N. T.. N. H. H. 11,100 15ft 14ft
Norfolk West.. 100 14 4
Northern Paclrlc. J.100 71ft 77
Paciflo Mall 100 11 II
Pan-Am. retro. ..16.600 lift 10
Pennsylvania .... MOO 41 41ft
Pitts. W. Va... 1,400 lift 17
Pittsburg Coal... 1.600 64 61
Ray Cons. Cop.... 1,300 17ft 17
Reading M00 7t 76
Rep. I. A Steel.. 10,900 II 14
Sine. Oil A Ret. 10.600 lift 17
Sou. Paciflo 1.000 96 -14ft
Sou. Railway 11,100 26 16
anirirhaker Corn.. 16.700 11 0ft
-xeitl uo. ...
:Texaa Co. 1,400 177 171
Union Pao I.ioo izo lis
United Clg. Stores 6.400 61ft .!
U. 8. Ind. Alco. 1,100 0ft 71
IT. 8. Steel 11J.H00 96ft 13
IT. S. Steel, pfd... 1.500 110ft 110
Utah Copper 100 70 70
West. Electric... 1,800 60 60
Willys-Overland . 6,000 14 lift
National Lead.... 100 76ft 76
Ohio Cities ..... 1,100 41 41
Royal Dutch rcg.. 3,600 lift 11
New Tork Bona list.
tr. S. 2s. re..100tt
do coupon ..100 VI
TJ. 8. 4s, reg..l0
U. S. cv. Coup. 108
Pans Is, reg. 38
do coupon . .- 88
A. T. T. cr.f 98
A. -French Us... 83
A. A Co. 4 Vis .. 83
AtchlsoA a-. 4s. 7(
111. Cen. ref. 4s.
I. M. Ma. s
K. C. 8. ref, 6s.
L. A N. un. 4s.
M., K.AT. 1st 4s 67 Vi
Mo. Pac. gsn. 4s 654
Mont Pow. 6s. 84Vt
N. T. C. deb. 6s 92
N. Paciflo 4s... 74Vs
N. Paciflo Ss.. 6t
O. S. L. ref. 4s. 80 Vfc
P. T. T. 6s.. Ml
Pa. con. 4Vis... 89
Pa. gen. 6s ... I8
B. A O. cv. 4Vis 84 V4
B. Steel ref. Ss 83 V
C. Leath. 6s .. 94
C. Pac. 1st .... 7Vs
C. O. cv. Cs. 79 Va
C. B. & Q. 1. 4s 94
Reading; r. 4s. TSV.
S.L.AS.F.a.Ss... 43 Vi
8. Pac. cv. 6a.. 1001k
C.R.I.iP.rsr. 4S 6 lift
a. Ry. 6S .... S4Vfc
T. Co. ov. 6a .,100V
Tex. A P. 1st . (0
U. Paciflo 4s... 11
C. Cod col. t. 6s 79
C. of Paris 6s.. 80V?
CAB. ret. 4Vie 70H
r. ft r. a. c. 4s i
ID. K. O.B.&I. 'IT 66
D. of C. 6s ('31) 91
U. S. Rub. tm ..
U. 8. Steel 6a.. 97
Wabash 1st , . 17
Krio gen s ....
O. Electrlo 6s. . 86
O. N. 1st 4S. 8JV4
New Tork Honey.
New Tork, March 1. Msreantlls Va!
Vs064 per cent.
Sterling Sixty-day bills. $t.89ij oony
merclal 60-day bills on banks, $t.lHjt
commercial (0-day bills. 13.18 K; demand,
Francs Demand, 14.22; cables, 14.MV
Belgian Francs Demand, 11.(2; eaMsSs .
7 Lire Demand, 18.27; cables, 18.11.
Marks Demand, lo; cables, 1.0L.
Bonds Government, Irregular; railroad.
Tims Loans Strong, 80-days, f 0-day f
and six months, 8Vi per cent
Call Money Steady; blgh, 10 par aantf
low, 10 per cent; ruling rata, 10 par oentl
closing bid. per cent; offered at 10 pes
cent; last loan, 10 per cent; bank accept
ances, tVs P ceiat
Chicago Prod see.
Chicago, March 1. Butter Thrai
creamery, 49 66c.
Eggs Unsettled; receipts, 11,(20 cases:
firsts. 49 V4 60c; ordinary firsts, 4(41of
at mark, cases Included. 474949c.
Poultry AUve, higher; springs 34ei
' St, Louis Grain.
Bt Louis, Mo, March 1. Corn May,
11.37; July, 31.82 Vi. 1
Oata May, lo.
Nw Tork Coffea.
Kew Tork. March 1. Coffee Bio No.
T. 14c; futures, steady; May, 14.34c;
July, 14.48c 1
Fistula Pay Vhan Cored
mild system of tn Mtmsnt tfcat mm Mm.
fistula and other Rectal Dlseassa ia a short Hsss.
without a severs surgical operation. No Chloiv-
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