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NORWICH BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1912
INSURANCE.
A Specialty
:arm insurance
J. L. L.F-throp & Sons,
Norwich, Csnrv.
A SURE HIT.
There la nothing surer and safer than
FIRE INSURANCE POLICY. The
premium Is small in comparison with
the ecurity afforded. Don't neglect
your renewal premium.
I8AAC S. JONES,
Insurance and Real Eatata Agent.
Richards Bldg., 91 Main St
tot ClilCE OF UU. . iilLL.
Real Ettat?
end Fir Insurance,
' .c.J la flDTi.nr Blxk. ear C. 11
i iirii Rood i. third floor.
Telephone 141
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
AMOS A. BROWNING
Attorney-at-Law, S Richards B'dg.
'Phone 700.
Brown & Perkins, (Ugnays-at Iffi
Ovsr First Nat. Bank. Saetucicst St.
Entrance stalrsvay next to Thanes
.Natlona' iJank. Telephone 33 1
G. EDWARD GRAFF.
WM. E. GILMORE. PpeclaL
G. ED IV ARB GKUFf
Stocks,
Bonds and Grain
Room 5, Chapman El!""--.
65 Broadway, Norwich. Conn,
MEMBER
Consolidated Stock Exchange
of New York.
Chicago Board of Trade.
Tel hone 842.
C. H. GILFILLAN. Mgr.
A si for cur weekly letter.
it is full of useful Inf vmarlo.:."
1st Mortgage
5 Gold Bond
Net over 5.40
DICK BROS. & CO.
Tel. 901 Norwich
FRANK O, MOSES, Mgr.
Increase Your Income
Protect Your Principal
How are you Planning to Reinvest
your July Interest and
Dividends?
HAVE YOU THOUGHT that it is pos
sible to combine increased income
with protection of principal?
WHY NOT INVEST a portion of your
funds in the preferred shares of
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indusiria.s.
THESE PREFERRED SHARES aver-
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7 ,. They also guarantee pro
t'cti.in of t ! itn-ipal.
i-,oie (Je. Klin; ;. our July investment
problem send fur copy of our 40 page
monthly circular fully describing
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w:!l give j ou some new ideas.
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f ". Now York,
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NEGRO SOOTt DEPUTY.
IS LYNCHED BY A MOB,
5H..,9 ffWf..rf Atf.pi (, Make
Arrest. Nearo picnic,
1JH Rc-i. -w. ,ti,tv , John wn.
I'Sms. rr". "s aken from officers
ud lunched near PlummervIHe, Ark.,
forty miles northwest of Little Rock,
ie i-.t n srht, according to news re
s&ved t -ida;. .
W":!l:am.i wa a partk iuint in
'nTR' fi,rht at a negro picnic near
I i.immerviile vestetday. Sheriff Tay
lor. itn a pos.e. went 1o tne picnic tc
restore order. Paul Ni.-eier. a special
ttwp-tv. was killed by the negro when
rffl.ers attempted to make arrests.
Williams was captured and while the
ajthriti were hurrying him across
country from Plummervilie they wore
met by a mnb which overpowered the
deputies and hanged the negro.
Bridgeport Pastor Accepts Call.
Bridgeport. Conn., July 5. Rev. E. G.
Hlgginootham, for the last five years
assistant pastor of Hie South Congre
gational church, has resigned, to ac
cept the pairtorate of the Frariklinvtlle,
N. T, Congregational church. He will
commence his new duties August 1.
Two Boya Struek by Lightning.
Mattettwan, N. Y July 8. Tiro sons
of Mrs. Thomas f erry. aed 8 and ID
yearn, were struck ly a bolt of llglit
jilnaj today while in ilirrri tree. Oius
of lo-ui was Inaluiitlv killed and It Is
..-;lrteil the other will die.
Ga Narihazi of Pinkafendi, Rou
manta. who lived for 20 years by beg
nnt. died recently, leaving: notes and
jnid in the valu of 150,000 crown.
Ke"it Reeievelt eiM his father1
pnrera wer all . fer Cbinp Clt)i'a
Perhaps Another Wolgast-Rivers Go
Referee Welch's Decision Doubted and 20 Rounds More Sug
gested Washington Takes Sixteen Inning Battle From
New York Athletics Split Even Sterling at Taftville
Today. ' . . ; ,
Los Angeles, Cal., July 5 "Sleeping
over It" did not serve to any extent to
still the confusion that followed the
end of yesterday's championship light
weight fight between Ad "Wolgast and
Joe Rivers at Vernon. The cries of
"Fake!" which resounded through the
fight pavilion yesterday, echosed
among the haunts of sporting men.
Promoter McCarey said that in view
of the grave doubt laid against the de
cision of Referee Welch in awarding
the fight to Wolgast as a knockout,
he was undecided as to giving the $800
diamond belt to the champion.
Scores of men who were among the
11,000 spectators called at the offices
of the Pacific Athletic club to suggest
that the boys be sent together In an
other 20-round battle to decide finally
the question of supremacy.
Rivers and his manager, Joe Levy,
expressed willingness to fight the bat
tle over again, but Wolgast and his
business director, Tom Jones, main
tained silencev- If the two boys get
together again, it is said, the battle
will be fought on Labor day,
"After Welch helped Wolgast to his
feet and rendered his rank decision,"
said Levy, "1 offered to start the fight
over again right there. But Weich
disappeared and Jones and Wolgast
refused, I am willing now to send
Rivers back Into the ring against Wol
gast' any time."
Wolgast did not leave his training
camp, to which he repaaired after the
fight, until late today. Rivers was
about town early. His right eye was
cut and almost closed, his nose con
siderably swollen and his mouth puffed
and cut.
Al Harder, official time keeper for
the club, said that it was Just '9 sec
onds before the round was to end when
Rivers went down. Several seconds
elapsed before Referee Welch began
to count.
"1 don't know how many seconds
Welch hud counted before I rang the
bell." said Harder, "but I do know that
after I had rung the bell ending the
round Welch gave the decision to
Wolgast."
PRESTON ALL STARS
BACK IN GAME.
Veteran's Lack of Practice Excuse for
Losing to Griswold A. C.
Though they had been out of the
game for a period of two years, the
Preston All Stars demonstrated their
ability to come back in a fast game
with the Grlstvold A. C. at Pachaus
this week. Except for ft few errors in
the opening Innings, during which thev
were recovering their old time form,
the All Stars played a whirlwind game,
and but for those same initial inning,
when their opponents got all their
runs, 'he veteran wielders of the wil
low would have triumphed. As it was,
the score was 13 to 10 against them.
A seventh inning rally netted the Stars
five tallies, in the eighth one man made
the circuit, and the ninth was produc
tive of four runs. After the third in
ning thp Griswold men were helpless
before Hazard, while Lapointe grew
constantly easier. Rurdlck backed up
Hazard in fine shape, and Geer was the
ri-her member of the Griswold battery.
With this preliminary game as the
means of warminV up, the Preston All
Stars will now strike out boldly after
baser.nl! fame. They are comers.
STERLING AT TAFTVILLE.
Visitors Have Strengthened Lineup,
and Hard Fought Game is Prospect.
At Taftville this afternoon al 3.30
o'clock In the Eastern Connecticut
league, Taftville is- pitted against
MWM AM J
SELLING PRESSURE,
Weakness Most Pronounced in Amal
gamated, Steel and U. P.
New York, July 5. Stocks were un
der selling pressure almost from the
outset of today's session and a con
siderable part of the early week's rise
was lost. The selling centered about
the leaders, with weakness most
marked in Amalgamated Copper,
i'nited Slates Steel and Union Pacific.
The mtirket was clearly without lead
ership in either direction, however, and
ilie output represented nothing more
than professional trading.
Another shipment of gold to Paris
was announced, making a total of
$8,000,0(1(1 to that center in little more
than , week. There Is still some mys
tery sui rounding these exports, which
.'tie believed to have their origin in
the' pressing needs of the foreigners.
The Bank of England lost over $3,000,- j
'moi gunj on ine wetjh anu niateiiaoy
reduced the proportion of its liability
reserves, which fell to 41.30 per cent.,
compared' with 45.25 per cent, this
week last year. Consols weakened to
a new low point in London, where gen
eral markets were dull and Irregular.
Ixnvost prices of the day were regis
tered in the final hour, when rumors
affecting the copper situation and
steel earnings for the recent quarter
were circulated. Various specialties
v lelded with the declines elsewhere,
producing a generally weak close.
The crop outlook continued most
b' ouras-ing and advices from all the
ltdipg lailroad centers indicated thBt
traffic officials were making prepara
tiond ! meet the large harvest, this
bing especially true of Kansas, Okla
homa snd Texas.
Bonds were irregular, with no pro
nounced change. Total sales, par value,
amounted to $2,309,000.
United States government bonds
were unchanged on call.
STOCKS.
SalM HiEh. Jyiw. !.
AM Pulmu pfd m
214!1 Amil. r'ouvrr H'i SH 82
Am. Aertrultural HO
ITiiO Am. Bwt Pugtr f4t 7S!i 7S
iI Ail l'n 35 '4' 34 3
Sim Am. Cur T Mi 5d'4 5
1 Am. Cotton OU !H!4 its 5S
Io Am. Hide A I.. !fd 1.14 SSVj SS
sun Am. Ice SwurttJM ...71 27 tli
)'Q Am. IJnscrd Oil U'i 1414 1t4
lwn Am. l.ocomollte 44V4 43"4 4814
t:10 Am. BmelUni R 8 SRlj S'i
t" Ho. pfd 1S1 lMlit lit
!) Am. Steri Xiundri SltJi 3r,14 8IS!4
nn Am. Susar Heflnlna HI no 14 15
31X1 Am. Tfl. & Td 14SH 145V4 14554
Am. Tobacco pfd 106
Am. Woolm 274
4700 Antrondi Minim 0 42 T4 41U 41
10700 Atdilwm 108 10K 108
200 Do. pfd 103 102H 103H
600 Atlantic Cob Uiu 140H 1S9H 180
1000 Hsltlmore h Ohio 108 108 1084
200 Rtthielwm 8tf 37 !4 37 V4
11100 Hrvuklyn Rapid Transit .. n:: 92 93ft
S'.OO -ain,1iJi l'adflc 2ti7t4 268 2(17
tWI l'ci,lral Lnuhrr 27 27 2H
twin. Idd 4 4 14
I'MtUal of Ncia 2efKr.;... , Sto
I JOU Uticmprakn A ttlilo II !4 Jttl
Chlt-'MiM A Al(ij . V41
ubltuaa (iie.t Vfetceni '. lfi4
lOd Du. (.01 !4i4 U'i !
M UMi'Mo N. W.... 1-17 1.18 1M
1400 CM M. St. P lll! 104ft
c. c c. & at ikaju
if DulornJu. tiuH tt Inn.... 31 '4 31 H in
- OwlpniUo1 &- Nuutlietli ;-jH
roe lloiuolMatol Uai .... 145 14.1I4 148
300 Com Prnd'lU 13 1.1 1,1
Prtawaj Hoderm 187
100 PanTfr fuo ftrande 1 IB JJ
4" Do. ptd 34 SS SMt
3" neWKn' nrlttf ai i
! EH t S 31
Dn lat pfd ii M .. 82
m. Do, It tt tamnaMijti - 4Ula
Sterling, and from the way In which
the visitors have made over their
teim' since thellr double defeat by
Wauregan on the Kourth, the home
players are looking for a hard fought
game. Sterling will have Sieger on
the firing line and challenge Taftville
to connect with his benders aa easily
as they did with the Jewett City pitch
er's Thursday. Jelly will receive and
the Sterling field will be strength
ened by several new men. Taftville
will present lts winning lineup with
the redoubtable Lazinsk on the mound.
JOHNSON READY TO QUIT.
Cleared $36,000 on the Fourth and Haa
Had Enough Fighting.
Kansas City, Mo., July 5. "I never
want to see another pair of boxing
gloves, either in private or public,"
emphatically declared Champion Jack
Johnson while here a few moments to
night en route to his home in Chicago.
Johnson was in a happy mood, un
marked by his tight yesterday with
Jim Flynn at Las Vegas. "If Al Palzer
wants to fight me," declared the cham
pion, "he will have to do it jiot later
than Labor day, for on the day follow
ing I will retire from the ring forever.
That's final. I quit then for good."
Johnson said he. had cleared $36,008
en his vietory over Flynn, He received
$31,900 from Jack Curley, the promoter,
and won $5,000 in betting on himgelT.
' And Mrs. Johnson won $6,000 bet
ting on me." laughingly remarked the
heavyweight. "She gave odds of 3
to 1."
Dri3coll All Stars vs. Sodality,
For the feature game Sunday the All
Stars will line up against the fast So
dality team. A hard fought game is
in view, as there is much rivalry be
tween the two teams. The All Stars
will have P. o. Only on the receiving
end, while George Cousins, the iron
man of the West Chelsea school league,
will be on the firing line, Calkins will
cover first base, Dugas will be seen at
his best on third, while Lawler, Sulli
van and .McSheffrey will cover the out
field. Wright will be at shortstop,
while William 0'Brlen will take care
of second base. Assistant O'N'ell sign
ed up O'Brien during the past week,
as he was laid off by the Sachems, but
O'N'ell says he Is too valuable a man
to be let loose. O'Brien first came into
prominence when he played on the
Harddlg team in 1 90S. and has been
showing this season fhat he is still
there. This game was arranged by
Assistant O'Neil and Manager Bunk
Welsh. The game will be called at 3
p. m. sharp.
Sachems to Play Clabby's Colts.
The Sachems are booked for a fight
with Clabby's Colts on the Falls dia
mond. Clabby's Colts are a pretty
fast team and have played some pret
ty hard games this season,, coming out
victorious. The Sachems are also fast
and have been victorious throughout
the season. Both teams are about ev
enly matched and a close game with a
big crowd on hand may be looked for.
The lineups are as follows:
. Sachems -McBurney ssi Coleman If,
Wheeler rf. V. Mclnty're p. O'N'ell c. C.
Mclntyre 2b.. Nolan lb, Kane 3b, Mal
ady of.
Clabby's Colts Charles ss. Manches
ter 2b. Casey 3b, W. Austin c, Bren
nan rf, Crowe lb, fawlor if, O'Brien c.
Hospital Team Plays Hanover.
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock the.
Hospital team plays Hanover on the
Hospital diamond. Ihu battery for
the Hospital team will be Greenwav
and Chaoe. Bill Austin will pitch for
Hanover and Mclntyre will umpire.
COMMERCIAL
21110 Ccnrral Klrtrle
Will 1, rut Noilurn pfd....
2.1(111 1i. Ore Ufs. ....
lil'll Illinois Cnlml
2(100 jKttrlwToiisth ilct
181:11 Do. pfd ' '
800 Inter Harvester
Inur Slarine pfd
100 Intrniatlnnat Paper ...
tnternnUoiial Pump ...
I(iwaOntral
400 Kansrs City Southern.
Io. pfd
Laclede Gas ....
1 100 Louisville & Nash
'. .181 4 17S4 K8IJ
..138l 138 ISO
4514 4i4 42
-.120 12Sj I28ij
.. 21 21 21
.. 80 5914 5j)V,
121 121 2'H4
17
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.. - 27
,11
25 25 ' 25
106
..181 160 160
18
143
. 277 27 27
... 50
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...153 . 1.13 153
.. 59 58 .18
... .11
117 116 116
... 34 a.Hi .18
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... 83 8:1 83
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..114 113 114
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... 181
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... 28 28 27
Ho t 84
2.1 24i 24
... .M .11 .101,
...37 37 . 36
Minn, k St. lonle.
m.. st. p. a
S. It....
200 Mo., Kan. Ic Ta
IM. pfd
WO Mo. Pacific . . .
mo National Biscuit
700 National Lead .
v. a tA
pfd.
300 NftSV Vnrlr Pw.fr.l
18110 N. T. Ont. k W
21110 Norfolk . Weotern
WO North American ...
78(10 Nurtr.cm Pacific .
1'aclflc Mall
1100 P.imsTlfanla .. ;,.
.Ilk) Peonl.'. n
O'tO Plttsdtira-. C. C
f.iil PllUlairu Coal
St. L
100 Ptcmrd sieel Car. .
I'ttllman Palace Car..
100 Kallvay Steel Sprint.
3)200 Rfdlni
300 Republic 8t4?ei
IW0 l)o. pld . . ".
6"0 Rock Island Co
100 ro. pt,l
200 St. 1.. 4 s. r. 2d pfd
isi. Loui. s. W ,. ..
no. pr,i -
Slo SJfeof. S. fc 1...
SOO Soijtheni raciflc
1"0 S'Hjthem Itailway
1800 Do. pfd :.
iioo tynneajioe Copper
Teias PaclS'
7ilio. SL L. it W . .
Do. pfd
.100 10 1H1&,
30 28 28
. rs 7 ;i
. 44 42 42
r
.16? let. j,
, 90 sf-4 ?o
81 81 89
. ,15 K 51
7t 69 69
112 112 111
. 83 82 65
.. 49 49 4
4. 4 ' 4
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.. 88 58 57
,. 77 76 76
.. 83 82 82
.. 7
..176 168 168
. 83 31. 32
.. 2t . 21 21
..813 306 306
..24 23 23
.. 53 53 53
lit"! fnloo Pacta
too Tto pfd
3"0 t.fjted St,t
C0 fnltr fliit.
B-al'y, .
Rubber.
85100 ftt,d Stat Stoet
1"0 Do pfd
200 I tan Coppw
"0 'a Car. Chen,
100 Wabash
40 Do. pfd
800 Western Maryland
w ecunchomiA
Electrl
100 Western Union
Wheeling h.
Erie'.
Wi I.ehtjh Valley .
82(10 Chino Copuot
48'KI Ray. Consot
204 Am. Tobacco
looo Seaboard Air Line
tioo Do. pfd
Total tales. 321.100 share.
COTTON. -
New York, July 5. Cotton futures
closed barely steady. Closing bids:
July 11.55, August 11.62, September
11. ill, October 11.81, November 11.85
December 11 Ofl .Tannsnr 11 SC. PoKn,
arv 11.80. March 11.9K. Anrll . Mov
11.99. Spot closed steady; middling
upianas, iz.oo; middling gulf, 12.25;
gales, 6,600 bales.
MONEY.
New York, July 5. Money on call
steady at 2 8-4ig;3 per cent.; ruling
rate 2 7-!; last loan 3; closing bid
X 1-; offered at S. Time loans Arm:
60 days 3 per cent.; 0 day 3 1-4I&3
1-2; mi uiontns 44314 l-z.
CnlCAUO aflAIN MAHKIT.
WHKAT: Open. High. how. Cloaa,
-lulT ... ....106 106 loMk
Brpt 182 n2 101 101
Lrc. ..1.3 141 101 102 1-14
CORN: ,
Tilly Tl 72 70 TO -l
Sept. .... !) 80 87 47
Pen. ... .... 08 80 .13 . ,it 44,
OATS:
July .... 44 " '44" 424 48 .
Eset. .., .... 8"4 V 88 ?.,
CSV' si T3(V
NORWICH FAMILY MARKET
Fratta and Vegetable!.
lmuqth, 25 . Asparagus,
17
Cauliflower, 15-JH
Ca. Oranges, 40-ifl
Malaga Grapes, 25
Pineapples, 10-85
Apple, doa., . 50
Fiirs, 20
Uatoa, iu
Red Bananas, o
Tellow bananas, 20
Curly Lettuoe, 5
Head Lettuoe, 10
Romaine, 15-io
Celery, bunoa, 10-13
String Beans, qt 10
PeoDera. k
Red Cabbage, 10. a
New Cabbage, 4
Onions
Texas, "
Yellow, 10
White, 10
Bermuda, 10
Potatoes, pk., 40
Turnips, bunch, 7
Bunch Onions, 6
Egg Plant. 15
Cranberries, 15
Tomatoes, 15
Cucumbers, 5
New Squash, 10
strawberries, li-lb
Beets,
7-111
Gooseberries.
Currants,
iduekmelons
California,.
Southern,
Peaches, qt.,
15
11
Carrots,
Peas,
Raspberries,
Radishes,
20
10
15
Meats.
Pork '
Spareribs, 20
Chops, 23
Shoulders, 14
Bmoked Hams,
1S-20
Bmoked Shoulders.
Smoked Tongues.
short out, JO
Dried Beef, 35
Corned Beef, 10-20
Porterhouse EteaK
35
Sirloin, 30
Roast, 25
Round, 25
Inside Round, 28
Shoulder Steak. 16
Lamb, spring
snoulders, lo-zn
Iesrs.
25
35
Chops.
Western Veal
Legs.
Chops,
Shoulder,
Native Veal
Cutlets, Leg.
Chops,
Shoulders.
Sausage. 16-20
Native Salt Pork.
If
Poaltry
Fancy L. I. Ducks, Fowl, 22
35 Broilers, $1.75
Native Chieken, 30 Squabs, 40
rlea.
v inegar, gaL 2t
3ubi
Granulated.
16 lbs. $1
Brown, 18 lbs. $1
Cutloaf, 11 lbs. $1
Powdered.
12 lbs. $1
Molasses
Porto Rico, gal. 50
N. Orleans, sal. II
Butter
Tub, new, 35
Creamery, 4t
Cheese
Neufchatel, 7
Phlla, Cream, 13
Pimento, 16
Sage, 25
New, 22
Eng. Dairy, 2s
Edam, 5-$1.5t
Cainenbert Zl
PIcklea, gallon. 7a
Honey, comb, 20-s
Egfts
.Maple Syrup,
bottle, 2e.-TiO
Ce rose il Oil. 11-13
Native,
Western,
21
2S
Market Cod. 10
Off S. Haddoek, S
Steak Poileck. IS
VVeakfish 1215
Snapper Blues, 15
Am. fcardlnes. bit In
imit. Sarainea. 25
Oysters, 50
Bon. less Cod.1091.
Blackfish, 10
Brand, box,
R. Clams, pk. 7o
Small Mackerel U
Eels. '
BUIlilsil, ,
Red Fish, it
Mussels, pk., 5.
Swordnsh, 21
Cods' Tongues, 18
uouna C'lam. op.
qt 41
Canned Salmon, it
2 for 24
Lobsters
Live. 27,
Boiled.
3teak Cod,
Flounders.
3(
15 10-12
12
20-2.)
2(J
30-.V)
20
IS
75-11.00
lOfl'U
lalfisli
Halibut,
jjluefisli,
-'almuii.
V hiteri-ib.
aiuetisli.
Soft Crai.-i
doz.,
Porgles,
ADDITIONAL MARKETS
Bar, Gralta nmi re.
No. 1 Wheat, $2.25
Hominy,
Cornmeal,
cwt.,
Hay. beled.
top,
Provender.
cwt.
$1.65
$1.75
$1.70
Bran. $1.5
Middlings.- ' $1.65
airaw, cwt.. J1.20
Bread Flour.
$7-57.75
St. Louis. tt ?
Rye. je i
Corn, bushel, Hi"
Oats, bushel, 70
$1.90
Cottonseed Meal.
$1.75
Lin. Oil Meal, $2.25
Live Stock.
Cattle
Beef Steers
$4.75-$S.2,:
Bulls, $3.50-$4.2r
Cows, $2-$l.S:
Veal Calves.
$7-$7.50
sheep
Lambs, $5.50-16
Lambs, J8
Hogs, t
Trimmed Green
;b..
Cows,
Cajves
Grade
7-0,
0-1.'.
12-16.
16,
Jt
$1.35
$1.5
$2
$2.35
Bulls,
Sheep Skins
Wool Skins
3.
out.
Straight fleece,
lb.. 20-21
Washed,
J5-26
WAUREGAN WINS TWO.
Sterling No Match for the Heavy Hit
ting Grays on the Fourth.
Wauregan played fast ball on the
Fourth, when they shut out their op
ponents by a score of 9 to 0 on the
home grounds. The boys were there
with the stick also, hitting up Reiser
for ton hits, while the Sterlings could
not get more than four off Marland.
The home team played ball all
throughout the game and did credit to
themselves. In the afternoon they
played at Sterling, winning that game
by a score of 7 to 5. They hit up for
11 nice large ones in the afternoon. The
score would not have been so favorable
lor sterling, but for a foul ball called
fair by the umpire, rolling Into the
bushes and losing itself. Marland Ditch
ed good ball in 4joth games, and Bruns
don did good work also. In fact, all
the boys did excellent work all dav
me mornings lineup:
Wauregan Robertson 2b. Brunsdon
c, LaBelle ss, Geer lb, Raymond If,
LIvesey 3m, Hogan cf, Mavnard rf.
Marland p, Dion cf.
Sterling Wood rf, Carpenter If, Rei
ser p, McfJulre lb. FItzserald 3b Fox
bb York 2b, tYencti cf, Kelly c.
ocore by innings: R H F.
Wauregan 00520002 9 10 2
Sterling 00000000 00 4 4
Afternoon game:
Sterling Wood if. Fuller e. Roiirer
rf. McGuire lb. Fitzgerald 3b, Fox ss,
York ZD, French cf. Burke p.
Wauregan Robertson 2b. Brunsdon
c. La Belle ss. Geer lb. Ravmondlf
Livesey 3b, Hogan cf, Maynarcrrf,
Marland p, Dion cf.
Score by innings: R. H E
Sterling o o a o o 1 0 s-is' s ' 5
Wauregan 01201011 1 7 11 i
SAMES TODAY,
Nttlooal Lsoawf.
Fhi'.KdelsW! st Bcstfn.
Chicago at 6?. Lou!,
ec Tesv at Brooklyn.
Chisago, at St. LcMia;
Atosrlctf 1.
Boston at ?Mls.de!ph!a.
Detroit at Chicago.
St touia at Cleretasd
Wlsfctofton at . ,ew Tork.
'tfBS
AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDINB.
Won. Lost i.C
-.30 24 .678
..45 34 .592
..41 29 .S86
..4t SO .577!
..35 3S .500 I
..36 38 .488
i 48 ' .27 I
..19 41 .278
Boston
WSKhington .
Philadelphia
Chicago'
Cleveland . . .
Detroit
Xew Y01 k .
St. Louis ..
Tigers Hit Hard by Chicago.
Chicago. July 5 Chicago hit Works freely today
and won from Detroit 7 to 3. Harry lrd. third
baseman lor Ctrieaso. was orercoine by beat and re
tired in tha tliird inning In faror of Zelder. wboae
suspension Manager Callahan lifted today. Score:
Chicago.
Detroit.
ab h
9 1
ab h po a .
.Tones.lf 1 1 o 0 0
Vitt.3b 4 0 12 1
Bush.ss 4 0 4 7 0
Cobb.cf 4 13 0 0
Cradford.rf 4 10 0 0
lVh.nty.2.11 4 14 0 0
Morlarty.lb 1 1 11 I
r.dc-n.2b.3b 4 113 0
SUnane.0 3 f 8 1 0
Onsyow.c 0 0 00 0
Worka.p 4 0 0 3 0
Kocher 0 0 0 0 9
TOUla. 81 8 24 U
0 4 8 0 . t 7
0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1-4
Raih.2b
Lord.Sb
Zelder,3b
ColJIna.lb -
Bodle.rf
MatUctf
Callahan.lf
Weaver, as
Kuhn.c
Walsh.p
i
l o
0 1
1 12
2 1
1
8 3
3 3
1 8
0 0
Totalis. S 12 37 1 3
Ran tor Oi,tw In 9th
Swora by InnUiga:
Cueg. 1
JCftttt ...... 0
'fao baa. tula. Wetter. &iwn.ny.. niankdj tr,K
baa. Mia Weastv, U.Uth.n , iTt.wfJnl,
' II loolota at Wathlaaton.
Waslilbglon, July 8. Washington defeate! y,
Tork today In a 18 Inning oontcot. 8 to 8. Johnacai
aad Warpw hooked p In Ditchers' battle, aftor
Fisher and fitai ad been ouljed from tbe boi.
and ,Bltcnsd..(iasi5era!eir. tcrtll t,bo ral round. Ther,
wurhoe weakecod and the wLnnLig run was batted
bant br Morgan after two wsr. out Daniels had
hud lask today. - Bote Sgtal (as Icfaniea aacokad
him down with ewtft lnshooto. but he remalnod la
bh Haute to the nnlsb. Bcsra:
Nsw V.rk.
wuoiofion.
.b b po ft
h po g
Daniels. II
1 t
0 4
1 II
0 a
1 2
0 1
1
1 i
Moller,rt
KoeKT.Sb
MUan.ef
118
Other
Stemtt,lb
61111. rf
O'Uowd.M
MarUn.lb
Wolyertori.3
Sweeney.o
I'wher.p
Wrh09,p
1 a
t 1
3 20
(1ndl!.tb
Morgan I lb
filiarki.ir
Mnnds.M
Wllllams.o
Aln.(mlUl,o
Kngel.p
1 4
1
1
1
s
e
a
0 0
Jobnsoo.p
ToUl. - S5 47 17 1!
Totals. 97 14 47 22 9
Two out when winning Tua scored.
Soon by Ion lugs:
Xsw Tort 1XKHHHKHM
Washington I ! I I II I H 11 I I t ( 14
Two baa hits, GandlL. O'Dowd; three base bit.
Johnson.
Even Break at Philaielshia.
Philadelphia, Inly 5. Philadelphia and Boston
split ercn la a double baeder here this atternoon.
Philadelphia won tho first game. 3 to 2. B. OoUins
scoring tbe deciding mn on his double and Mclonls
single. Boston landed the second contest. 5 to 3.
through Morgan's wlldnesa In tbo last two Innings.
first game
BottM.
b h
PWIsdelphli.
BO a
h po s
Hooper, rf
S
Lord.rf
Oldring.ef
Colllno.2b
Baer.3b
M'lnnhUb
Btrank.lf
Barry.ss
Egsn.e
Houck.p
Coombs, p
Terkei.2b
Speaker.ef
Lewls.lf
Osrdner.3b
SUM lb
Wagner, ss
Carrtpui.e
O'Bncn.p I 3
Touts,
4 24 I
Totals. 32 I 27 1J 1
Two out when winning run scored.
Sore by Innings:
Boston 1 1 0 I 0 1
Phlladelphlg 0 2 0 II 6 13
Two base hit... Tlonper, Terkes. Speaker, Collins;
three base hit. HcTnnia.
Second game-
Boston. I Thllagelstila.
is h no a e ab h po a e
FfMvper.rf 4 0 2 0 OILord.rf 4 14 2 1
Terkes. 2h 8 0 2 5 0 j OWrlng.cf 4 3 1 0 0
Speaker.cf 4 18 0 !E.CoUn,2b 3 0 3 1 0
Lewlslf 8 3 1 (I 0'Bakcr.ab 4 18 10
ftarrlncr.Sb 8 1 0 2 0 M'Innls.Ib 4 2 110
StJthl.lb 4 110 0 Slnmk lf 4 1110
W'aimer.ss 2 13 0 1 iBarrr.se 4 1112
Carrlgan.o 8 0 5 2 Oilxnp.o 4 4 1 1
B.CoUln.p 4 10 8 ojMnrgan.p 3 0(40
'Peonock.p 8 0 4 0 0
Tottla, 8SI27H1
Totals, 34 I 28 12 8
'Wagner out. lilt by batted ball.
Seors by Innlnga:
Bomon 8 8 2 1 1
Philadelphia 1 0 o 1 0 1
Two base hlti. Lewis. Oldrlng. gtnink.
1-5
03
ATrONAL LEAOUI STANDIHt.
Won. Lost. P.C, I
Mew Tor 55 13 .800 i
Chicago 89 26 .600 I
PltUmurg 40 27 , 5H7 j
C'.ncinriatl 36 35 .507
Philadelphia 20 35 .4.13
Brooklyn 27 4 1 337
St. louls 27 46 . 370
Boston 20 50 . 288 i
Pirates Take Easy Game from Reds.
Pittsburg. July 5. Pittsburg had little trouble win
ning from ( lt'cintiau today. Score:
Pittsburg.
Cinetonatl.
ab li po a ft ab h po a e !
Byroe.r.b 5 8 0 1 0 Beat-her.lf 3 16 0 1;
Carer. If 4 0 2 0 0 Bates cf S 0 0 0 0 i
Ellington. rf 5 110 0 Marsms.cf 1 0 0 0 0
Wagnrr.ss 3 1 2 4 0 Hoh!ttr,el.lb 3 0 7 0 0"
Mlller.lb 3 0 10 1 0 Mitchell. rr 4 2 5 0 0'
WII.KMi.cf 3 3 3 0 0 M'Dnnald.ss 3 0 2 S 0 I
Ji'rartliy.3 4 2 4 3 0 Phelan.3b 4 3 0 0 i
Simon. c 4 S '5 1 0 ran.2b 4 3 13 1
O Toole p 4 1 0 3 0 M ln.c 4 1 S 1 !
H'phrles.p 3 0 0 1 0 I
Totals, 35 It 27 13 0 j
Totals. S2 I 24 8 2 !
Score by Innings:
Pltt-buri! 4 t 1 I
Cincinnati I 0 1 0 0 8 1 0
-T !
5-4!
IVo base hit. MlU-heli; three baes bits. Byrne.
Egan.
Southern Pitcher la Fine Farm.
Boston. July 5. Riiej. Philadelphia's elongated re
cruit pitchwr. from the VnlTfrslty of Vtnrinia. held
Boton without rcore today, while his teammates were
piling up ten runs. OnLy two Boston men reached
second base. Crarath's batting was a feature. Pitch
er Hub Perdue settled his differences with the lo
cal management today. The score:
Boston.
Philadelphia,
a el ab h po a e
2 0IPal;ert.rf 3 12 0 6
0 l'Lobcrt.Sbi 5 10 0 6
3 3lM.igee.lf 4 0 2 n
0 OiCraiath.rf 6 4 3 0 1
1 OiT.uderos.lb 8 2 5 0 0
0 O'Knabe.Sb 4 3 4 3 0
7 0 Doolon ss 4 3 3 10
1 o Killlfer.o 4 17 3 0
5 0 Rlirr.p 8 1110
D h
M'rvm.i!d.3 4 0
3
Cunphel.rf
Sncmey. 2b
Klrke.If
Tltus.it
Dr-tlln.lb
O'Rourke.ss
Rarlden.c
Trler.p
Whlte.p
4 12
2 1 5
4 0 0
4 0 1
3 S 10
1 4
8 0 5
3 1 0
1 0 0
Totals, 87 15 17 I
Totals, 38 7 27 IS 1
Score by inninga:
Boston
0 0 0
It 110
Philadelphia ... ' 0 1 3 0 t
Tteo base hits. Cranath 2. Luderas 1
Mathewsoa Ae-tn In Form.
New Tork. July 5.--Mathewson. who was knocked
out of tbe box by Brooklyn yesterday, eame back
strong trxisi. defeatin- tile Brooklyns by a ooore of
8 to 1. Nov York 'drove Rerger off the eleb In less
than one Inning. Kent, who reliered him. pitched a
strong game. Srore:
Brooklyn. I Nsw York.
sb h po a ab h po a
Morsn.cf 4 15 0 OiRn'dgraSB.tf 8 0 4 t 0
NVrthm.rf 4 14 0 OiReekrr.rf 4 13 0 0
i mtshaw.lb 3 0 0 2 OlMerkle.Ib 3 1 12 I 1
Danbcrt.lb 4 0 10 0 AiMtirray.rf 4 3 2 0 0
Whcat.lf 4 2 2 0 0 Hernog.Sb 4 0 18 0
HummH.2b 4 0 10 liMeyers.c 3 3 0 0 0
Toolry.&s 4 112 0inet-hfT.ss 4 9 14 0
Mlller.c 3 1110 c.roh.2b 4 0 4 0 0
Brrgrr.p 0 0 0 0 OiM'hrwson.p 4 113 0
i Kcnt.p 3000 0
i Totals, 83 t 2T IT 1
Tntala. S3 6 24 11 l'
irtrere by Innings:
Brooklyn 0 0 0 6 1 8 0 0 01
Now York 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 8
Tivo baes hit Murray; homerun, Becker.
Cubs Win by Timely Hlltlsg.
St. Txtttls. July 5. Lare.-.der's steady pitching to.
grilirr with timely hitting by his teammate, gave
Chicago this afternoon's
ame with St. Louis. 4
0. Score:
Chicago.
at. Louis.
eb h M a e alt h
S'iM-fctnl.if 4 13 0 o,rtuggins.!b 3 1
Sr-tm'te.rf' 1 0 0 0 fa(tee.lh 4 1
Tiiikrcss 8 1 4 4 0 S:,Mlli.Sb 3 0
Ziiiriiian.tib 3 110 0 Wlilte.lf 3 1
(iOMle.cf 4 1 1 1 ft Kviuis.rf 8 1
Siiirrlh 4 0 11 0 0 Him'ht.s 2 0
!'('. ?h 3 1 4 4 0 Oatcs.cf 8 0
Ar.'lirr.e 8 0 3 2 0 C is'ha't.e 2 1
Lateiulcr.p 2 1" 0 2 0 HII-k.c j 0
;llnrmiin,p 2 0
Totals. SI T JT 11 oWiuP, , 1 0
Totals. 87 S 27 12 1
Batted for Harmon In 9th
Score by Innings:
Chicago 0 0
St. IOuil 0 0
0 2
0 0 0 04
0 0 0 0 0O 40
TVt
Kve-rs.
ha- hit. Sberkard: three base bits, SVhulte,
BASEBALL GAMES FRIDAY.
Connecticut League.
At B-t8-,rt Bridget 7. Wsterburr 4
At Vow Wsreo Bprlnirn.lr1 3. "r Haien
At Hartford H-yoke 4. Partford 3
CONNECTICUT LEAGUE 8TANDINA,
Wen. Lost- P c.
S 1 ,7I
,1 ja n4
f
ss 30 r-s
2? 31 4M
It 58 .551
Ke r?a"
Bridgeport .
Ho!"-ke . . .
Harrford ,.
Pr.rlog-.ld .
Witerbury .
Inier08il.iial testeo,
A V sk Btlfiacr? . Newark 3.
At Buffalo Toronto 4. Buffalo 3
At Jcrtey City Prortdence 8. Jersey City 4.
At Rochester Hochester-Montreal game postponed
-nun.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING.
Won Lost P.C.
Rochester ..' 48 3 .591
Baltimore 40 81 .883
Jcrsrr.lCity 38 37 .307
Tonniak, 7 37 38 , .807
Newark- 36 36' .300
Providence 34 37 .470
Buffalo 28 38 . 414
Montreal 28 42 .400
Nsw England League.
At Lowell Lowcit 14. Brockton 3.
At Lynn Lynn 6. New Bedford 0.
At Worcester Worcester 9. Fall Riser 1
At Harerhill Hayerhill 2, Lawrence 8. Twelre In
nings. Oeeum Cubs vs. Taftville,
At Occam this afternoon at 3 o'clock
the Occum Cubs and the Taftville Ath
letic club of the Mill league meet for
their second game In the series. Oc
cum has already dropped one game to
Taftville, but they promise to .even
the score today, and there is much In
terest lu the same by the fans up
t here.
T. A. B. Playing Fitohvllla.
Fitehvllla and St. Mary's T. A. B.
la to hook up for a baseball contest
this week w ulcu bromines to be a
hummer.
Fred Williams, slar outfielder of
Notre twime university, has been sign
ed by President Charles Murphy of' this
ruhs. Fur-tic of the University of Wis
consin team, and Themss of the Rock
ford club, also reported to tha Cu'bs
STARTING THIS MORNING
JULY CIEAMCE
OF
Women's
Greatly
Now at the height of the summer shopping season we offer complete stocks cf
Fashionable Apparel for vacation, outing and general summer wear at greatly reduced
prices.
We never carry, styles from one season to another therefore we have marked every
garment in our entire stock for immediate and speedy clearance. This is our time
to sell and your time to buy for the reductions are the greatest we have ever made.
LINEN SUITS NOW $ 5.50 ..... .were $8.00 and $10.00
LINEN SUITS .NOW $ 8.50.. .....were $12,50 and $15.00
LINEN COATS NOW $ 3.95. ... ... ..were $5.00 to $10.00
PONGE COATS NOW $12.00. . . . ..;. were $18.00 and $19.50
BLAZER COATS NOW $ 4.50 ..... were $5.95 to $10.50
SUMMER DRESSES . . . ....... . .NOW $ 3.95. ... .r..:.were $6.50 and $&50
LINEN DRESSES .NOW $ 5.95 . . .,. were $8.oaand $10.00
WHITE SERGE SUITS NOW $12.50 .-., were $18.00 and $20.00
WASHABLE SKIRTS NOW,$ 1.95 .......were $2.50 and $3.50
CORDELENE SKIRTS NOW $ 2.95, were $4.00 and $5.00
TAILORED SUITS NOW $10.00. ... ... . . . ... were $15)0 to $25J)0 '
SERGE COATS NOW $ 6.50 .... ..were $10.00 to $16.50
SHIRTWAISTS .NOW $ 1.95. were $3.00 and $J.5o
SHIRTWAISTS NOW $ 2.95 .V were $4.00 and $5.00 '
121-125 MAIN STREET
'Fashonable Apparel for Women and Misses Moderately Priced."
TURNED EMPEROR'S
PICTURE TO WALL.
German Manufacturer Gets Four
Months for Lose Majeste.
Saargemund, Germany, July 5. A
manufacturer named Schati was sen
tenced here today to four months' im
prisonment for lese majeste. At a
meeting called last month at a cafe
to organize a local branch in Alsace
Lorraine of the French society here,
Schati turned a bust of Emperor Wil
liam to the wall and made derogatory
remarks about the emperor. Jese
majeste prosecutions have, become
unusual of late years.
TAFT'S NOTIFICATION.
Formal Ceremony to' be Held in Waeh
ingten in August.
Beverly, Mass., July 5 President
Taft will receive the formal notifica
tion that he is the nominee of the re
publican party for president at tho
White House in Washington about
August 1. The president told his vis
itors at Parramatta today that he had
talked with Senator Root of New York,
permanent chairman of the republican
national convention, and that they had
decided that the notification should
take place In Washington. The presi
dent believes that Washington is the
most convenient place for the commit
tee to wait upon hint and desires to
entertain them In the White House.
It is probable that Mrs. Taft and the
Taft children will leave their summer
home here for a few days to be present
at the notification ceremonies.
The president has planned a recep
tion for early next week ,o the sub
committee of the republican national
committee which is to meet him to ge
over the situation and which will hear
CHAMPION
have broken
y tlCrgA great weight off their mcd have it.
in mmWMmJ'mmm s' ..y.)iissjr r( f'.
Cn.,- ..-i, ' i iE&. Mi&xk
"THE UNIFORM FAVORITE"
Pictures of Sporting Champions in each nackase.
and
ilisses
AT
his suggestions for a chairman of tha
national committee. Several hundred
invitations have been semt out
Many prominent republicans of th
country will be present and It is ex
pected that there will be a disposition
to get together, and plan the fall cam
paign against political foes. The pres
ident has not changed his mind as to
a chairman of the national committee
and It Is aaid that his secreitary, C. D,
Hilles, probably will be selected.
HARMON PUTS FINLEY OUT.
Man Who Oppoted Governor's Cam
paign for Nomination Loaea Job, ,
Columbus, O, July 5. When Stats
Oil Inspector William C. Flnley re
turned from the Bpitimore convention
yesterday he found that Governor
Harmon had appointed Benjamin J.
McKlnney to succeed him. Finley, it
is said, was removed from the office
for treachery to the governor.
His term as oil inspector expired
last month, and ho expected a reap
pointment, although he foaght Gover
nor Harmon's presidential aspirations
secretly for months.
Finley lined up with Harvey C.
Gaxber Jn the effort to defeat Gover
nor Harmon, and his movements were
known to the governr, who delayed
removing him from office, as it might
appear as a threat tn nther organisa
tion men to stick to Harmon or take
the consequences.
To Preserve Frigate Constellation.
Washington, July 5. Thti friga.ta
Constellation, Truxteu's gallant old
shil whioh cleared the AtlumUi of
Freneh privatewis and struck the el
ers of many a hostile craft jn the war
of 1812. lies off Newport, K. I., with
bottom a-rot. Many patriotic sociolioi
are pressing the navy department to
see that she is preserved
ReduceH
WEIGHT THROWERS
as many records ao
mi
Ipnarel
Prices
GOVERNOR MARSHALL
LOOSES IN THE COURT
Indiana Constitution Drafted by Him
Deolared Unconstitutional
InfUanapolls. Ind., July R The nw
Indiana constitution as drafted hv
Governor Thomas R. Marshall sol
adopted at the last session nf th !
lslatura, was declared unconstitution
al lato today by the Indtftna euprorn
court.. The court held that the right
to change tho constitution lies with th
people and that the amendmni
should hav been submitted to a con
Stttional conviMiUnn Instead of the leg
Islarure. Tho manner In which thu
euneadmerrts ttre adopted brought out
a drverse sentiment at the time an1
shortly afterwards salt was entered
Into tho county courts. Ths opinion
of ths lower courts that ths right to
alter and reform ths government wo 4
at all time a, "people's right and hv
dlrertrb'.o," was upheld by ths boh
prams bench.
Governor Marshall refused to rtU4
els. the action of the court.
Women's Skeleton In. Sewer, ,
Springfield, Mass., July I. Th eVaU
eton of a woman wlih a ballot 8rorm4
in the skull wus niirarll.ed In a aewof
ercavailrtti on Dickinson street todv
Tho body had been burled about twt
Vetera, In the opinion of rioo'ors who
vletned tho boneja. Twenty years agt
DoJctnsn Street was densely wondoij
and there hns nervasr been a graveyard.
In the eliy,
Children Ory
FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO R I A
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