OCR Interpretation


Norwich bulletin. [volume] (Norwich, Conn.) 1895-2011, May 12, 1917, Image 3

Image and text provided by Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82014086/1917-05-12/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 3

NORWICH BULLETIN SATUTTDAY MAY . 12, 1917
INSURANCE
Let Us Write Your
Automobile Insurance
FULL COVERAGE -
Undr. On Policy A
J. L. LATHROP 4 SONS"
28 Shetuckot Street
OLIPHANT ARMY'S FOOTBALL CAPTAIN
Only Man at West Point Who Has Won Coveted Letter "A"
in Four Branches of Sports Major and Eastern League
Baseball Results.
You're SAFELY SHIELDED against
fire loss when your property is in
sured through the strong companies
that this SERVICE - INSURANCE
AGENCY represents.
Let us serve you.
ISAAC S. JONES
Insurance and Real Estate Agent
BMeHardV Building 91 Main St.
ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW
West Point, N. T., May . 11. Cadet
Elmer Q. Oliphant, of Dutjger, Ind.,
was today elected captain of the army
football team. The ,early.; graduation
of the class of 1918, which has now
been arranged for Aug. 30, made this
action necessary if the array is to have
a football eleven next June. He Is the
only man ever admitted who has won
the coveted letter "A" in four branches
J of sport football, 1 basketball, baseball
ana tracjt.
N. F. A. mi Stonington,
This afternoon the baseball team
will play the strong Stoningrton Hlgrh
team at Stoninfton. .This is the hard
eat game the team has struck yet, but
Coach McKay is confident that his
pupils will win this game as they have
won air their games this season.- At
present the local team is at the head
of the Southern division ot the league.
In the Northern division the lead is a.
bone of contention between Putnam
and Webster.
EDWIN W. HIGGINS
Attomey-at-Law
Corner Main and' Shetucket Streets
pinches. The usual opening features,
together with a flag raising and mili
tary drill by the Planters, featured.
Score:
New London
- ob h do ' a o
O'BocHer.rf a
!DoCTd.2b 4
Candy. ef 3
DcXo'lUe.Ib 3
i;nsales,ss 3
t Pattr.3b 4
, Hartford
ab h po
JmKlna, rT 3 0 0
Burke.lf 4
Psugtitoo.cf 4
low.lb 4
Wridcl.ss 3
Williams. 2b 3
Mxer.,31, I
Carroll. c 3
lYautman,p 3
3 1
I 2
3 IT
1
1 1
0 1
1 2
0
1 1 Rodca.lf
0 Jriah.c
OlCraig.p
xHuasell ,
Total 29 27 2-3 1
I Totals
(x) Batte dfor Crall in 9th.
Score by innings:
Hartford 0 1
New London 0 A 1 0
2 2
2 9
1 2
0 1
I
0 t
s
1
S3 6 24 12 2.
Two . base bit.
Low.
Low.
0-11
0 0 I
Three base bits.
X 3
01
Becker,
Brown & Perkins, tirrneys-it-la
Over Thames Nat. Bank, Shetucket St.
Entrance stairway near to Thames
National Bank. Telephone 3S-3
LODGE NOTES
Local Elks Receive Communication
From Grand Exalted Ruler Other
Ledges Held Regular Business
Meetings.
ELKS.
William R. Balcom. secretary of the
Norwich lodge, N'o. 430. B. P. O. E., has
received communication from the of
fice ef the Grand Exalted Ruler in New
Orleans, relative to the national con
vention wnien win te held this year
In Boston, Mass.. and which is as fol
lows:
Since the United States has declared
that a state of war exists with Ger
many, so many members of our order
have written this office and intjeired
what would be tfl effect thereof upon
r,te coming urana iage session - in
July, that It is the duty of the Grand
Exalted Ruler to communicate to the
rder in general what, arter consulta
tion, has been concluded. ......
It has now been the unbroken jrre
eedent of half a century for the or
der to annually assemble, and noth
ing has done more than this to cement
m together and to strengthen the
distinctively national character of the
order or statewide Elk reunions, ben
eficial though they are in some fea
tures, take; from rather than add to
this result.
If the Boston meeting was a detri
ment at this -time, to the nation at
large, whatever good it might do to
the Order of Elks, it should not be
held. Our country comes before our
order.
It is perfectly clear that while this
nation is the richest and most power
ful in the world, and that the patriot
ism of the people is great, this patriot
ism is not thoroughly aroused and
those riches and power are not fully
prepared to certainly prevail in a
struggle with other strong nations.
Hence, it is that our our country's
leaders are devoting their energies to
rousing dormant patriotism into ac
tion and making its resources fitted for
the tasks that lie before us.
The Order of Elks Is not a great
American order, but it a great prac
tical order, and we should respond to
the line of action suggested by the
leaders of the nation. The task, how
ever, is one of many months and not of
a few days. But two months will pass
before the Boston meeting, and by it
much good can be done In this direc
tion. Our duty then is clear we should
more than ever meet this year, because
we have a higher task to do. The so
cial and fraternal features should be
lessened and the practical and patri
otic features brought to the front.
Not a summer pleasure, but as a
real duty, all good Elks should as
semble this year and help to consid
er and wisely determine what the or
der in the future should undertake.
Bhould we devote our energies to
encouraging enlistment Should ,te
aid in the Red Cross and its noble
work? Should we bend our efforts to
prevent a lack of food supply? What
Is the .problem we are best fitted for
to help to solve? I do not know.
The Grand Iodsc? rhould determine
It. The goorj Eiks should sit at its
council board.
The scen6 for this great epoch in
Elkdom is set ir the splendid citv of
Boston, at the food of Bunker Hill,
within sight of X.exin-tn" and Concord
and near the classic sr-ades of Har
vard. Here lies th vrrv cradle of
American liberties sr,d .American let
ters. Rich v.-Ith th trad't'ons of our
country's past, no better place could
be found for th.- g-err American Or
rtr to asseribii anf- t"ri"k In the re
newed irsniration r!i-en Ivy the scenes
that surround tM sh:-:ori' town. We
vill retiirr to our ?-ot-b will stronger
devotion o on- r.i"t?r. r.vd higher re
solves to do o:r f;. ?''- bv the na
tion. Ma'- not- ?"oe ": r s3k vh't its mem
rship justify its puccsKsfvl past and
guarante a mora s?-n-o future bv
etterding. wrv man vho can, this
most important rrti-.jg and determ- I
tnir-g the lines of its dcstln: for years !
to come?
Bridgeport Lost First Heme Game,
Bridgeport, Conn.. ' Ilay 11.
Bridgeport lost its opening home game
of the Eastern League season here to
day to New Haven, 3 to 2. The home
team bunched three errors in the ninth
inning and allowed the visitors to-
score the deciding run without a hit.
Hagey and Nawlor pitched line ball.
The hitting of Briggs was a feature.
Score:
Nuttrr.rr
Wlialrn.Sb
T'-rphr. as
Stlnjrs'n.nf
Shannon. cf
iJ1.2b
MiUer.lb
Derine.c
Naylor.p
Totals
New
ab
3
Haven
h po
1 s
2 0
I
0 I
1 1
2 I
10
1
1
39 T IT 18 0
BriaoiMrt
ab h pe
Brarkntt.fr S 1 1
Martln.es ...
rrlestr.2b
Zliii.V
Ijfmr.lb
Warner. 3b
Brims, rf
tvwmrt'n-.c
Racw.p -xCorooran
XX (Ilea
3
4 0 2
4 0 2
2 IS
4 2 II
4 3
SI 2
SI
IS
0
32 27 13 5
Totals
fx) Batted for Hager in 9th.
fax) Ran for Corcoran In 9th.
Score by Innings:
New Harm 0 .l e 1 9 J 3
Bridgeport 0 10 0 0 10 0 2
Two base bits, Donnelly, Define. Whalen. Sacrf-
Boe hits, Nutter, Whalen, Xaylor.
Worcester Blanked by Springfield.
Springfield, Mass., May 11. Spring
field opened its home season today by
beating Worcester 3 to 0. Kettig had
the visitors at his mercy. A street
parade and flag raising at the ball
park were held, but the frozen Weather
kept the attendance down. Score:
Hickey.lf
Klng.rf
W.Hv.nd Xb
Durgin.lb
Mahoney.es
fV-hultz.rf
Kioon.ia.3b
I,yrnrh.e
Rettlg.p
Sarin fftcla'
ab b po
2
2
2 2
1 14
1 1
1
2
A 3
0 0
Wereesttr
ab h po
naioner.il - 4 a l
Miller.rf
HrtfrSrii as
P'Msgar.cf
Tyler, c
Oonway,2b
Cross, lb
Ga.rtMla.3h
M'Qulllan.p
4 1
3 0
4 1
4 1
' 3
2 1 10
2 0 0
3 0 0
29 4 24 11 1
Totals M 4 27 14 01 Totals
Score by innltina:
Worcester 0 0 0
Springfield 1 0 t 0 2 0
Two baee bit, Mahoney.
Hartford Trimmed Whalers.
Hartford. Conn.. May 11. The open
ing of the Eastern league season here
today saw Hartford turn the tables on
New London, 3 to 1. The Senators
bunched hits on Craig, the Planters'
southpaw, in three innings, while
Trautman was very effective in the
Portland Loses First Game.
Portland, Me., May 11 Infield errors
proved -costly for Portland today and
the home team lost the opening game
in the Eastern league series, 6 to 2.
Score:
Lawrence 0 -0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 6
Portland 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
; Two base hits. Henchman, Sehreiber,
Tuckey; stolen base. Porter;,, sacrifice
hits, Canavan, Barrows, Sweatt; left
on bases, Lawrence 3, Portland 8; first
base on errors, Lawrence 2; bases on
balls, off Canavan 3, Tuckey 1; earn
ed runs, off Canavan 2, Tuckey 2; hit
by pitcher, by Tuckey (Gaston) ;.
struck out, by Canavan 3, Tuckey 3;
umpire, Kelly; time, 1.37.
St. Louis Lost to Philadelphia..-,
St. Louis, May 11. A wild throw by
E. Johnson and Hamilton's wild pitch
iri the second inning were responsible
for St. Louis' loss of today's game to
Philadelphia, l to 0. It was a pitch
ing duel between Bush and Hamilton,
each allowing four Juts.
In the second W. Johnson hit' an
asy roller to E. Johnson, who threw
over Sisler's head. W. Johnson going
to second. He scored from there on
Hamilton's wild pitch which rolled to
the stand before Severeid could re
cover it. Score;
er first in the eighth allowed Wash
ington to score three runs In that in
ing. Washington had the tying run
on second in the ninth, but Morton
nipped tinsmith off second, ending
the game. Score:
Waihlnstse (A) ' Clersland ) ""
.. -- ab b pa a. e ab h po &
Judce.'lb ' 4 01 Oraney.U 3 4
Poster,3b 4 1 2 0 Chapman, ss 4 14 2 1
Mllan.cf , 4 1 0 Speaksr.ef 4 130
JUor.rT .32100 Roth.rf 3 2
Smith. If 4 2 ' 3 0 0 W'stanss.Zb 2 t 1
Morgan. 2b :- 8 1 2 2 0 GuKto.lb 3 0 o S - r
Leonard. ss 4 0 0 10 Turner.Sb 3 1 3 8 0
lnjmltb.o 4 1 -S 1 0 O'NeiU.c 1 10
Johnson. p 4 118 0 Morton, p 3 0 0 2 1
Totals 31 7 24 1 0 Totals . 2 27 13 3
Score by innings: '
Washington. 0 0 3- 8
Cleveland 0 0 8 0 0 1 0 x 4
Two base hits. Johnson, lUce, Smith, Roth. Saerl
flce bit. Morgan. -
Ruth Wins His Seventh Straight.
Detroit, May 11. Pitcher Ruth
scored his seventh straight victory by
defeating Detroit today, 2 to 1. The
visitors made the winning run in the
eighth inning on singles . by Gainer
and dWaiker and a sacrifice Toy Lewis.
Detroit had a chance to tie the score
in the ninth but Cobb was caught in
a double play when he tried to go
from first to third on an infleld out.
Score:
Detroit )
ab h p
Beaten
ab
Hooper, rf 4
Barry. 2b
Gainer. lb '
Lewis. If
Walker, rf
Gardner.3b
8oott.ss
Agnew.c
Buth.p
A
b po
4
Totals 35 10 27 7 S
Bush.ss
Young. 2b
Oobb.rf
Veaeb.ir
Heiiraan.cf
Burns.lb
Vltt,3b
8prncer.e
Mitchell. p
C'nlngh'm.p
xcrawford
Totals 31 S 27
(x) Batted for Mitchell In 3th.
Score by Innings
Boston 1 0 0 0 t 1 0-2
Detroit ....I 9 1 0 01
Two baser bits. Gainer, BuLh, Veach. Sacrifice
bit, Lewis.
ffl
Preponderance . in Your Favor
GAMES SCHEDULED TODAY.
Philadelphia (A)
ab It p a
Wittts
Grcrer.2b
Bodle.lf
fitrunk.cf
W. Jotoi'n.rf
MclnnU.lb
Bates. 3b
Meyer.e
Busb.p
Totals
29 4 27 8 1
Shr.tton.lf
Auytln.Sb
Bisler.lb
Jacobson.rf
Marsans.cf
B.Johu'n.2b
Screreld.c
zP.tulette
Hale.e
zzMiller
Latn.
zzaRumler
Hamltton.p
xSloen
Koob.p
Totals
fxl Kan for Sereread In 7th.
tzx Batted for Hale In rth.
faaa) Batted for Laran in 0th.
(a) Batted for Hamilton in 7th.
Seore by innings:
Philadelphia 1 0 c
6t- Louis 0 0 0 0 I
Sacrifice hit, Meyer.
St. Louii (A)
b h po
3 0 1
3 12
4
3
0 11
o n
c o
Cleveland Wins One More.
Cleveland, May 11. Cleveland again
won from Washington today, 4 to 3. A
base on balls and two fluke hits were
followed by Roth's double in the
fourth and produced three runs, while
Turner's single and a steal and
O'Neil's single resulted in another in
the seventh. Morton's failure to cov-
1 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
latlnal Ltut.
Pittsburgh at Boston.
dodnDatl at New Tork.
Ciiic&Eo at Brooklyn
' St. Louis at rhilSfWpaUiu
Aerlean Laau.
Washington at Cleveland.
Phllal)phia at St. Loula.
New York at Cblcigo.
Boston at Detroit.
Uttarnatlaaal Ltafa.
Baltimore at MontrMl.
Klchmond at Buffalo.
.Newark at Bochet?r.
FroTideno at Toronto.
E altera Laaftie.
8priJ)gfleId at Lawrence.
Worcester at Portlar.d.
Bridgeport at iS'ew London.
New Hare oat BartTord
4
AAMES SCHEDULED SUNDAY.
NatianaJ Ltaoua.
No games scheduled.
American Leaaua.
Washington at Cleveland.
Piiiladelphla at St. Louis.
New- York at Chiea
Boston a.t Petroit.
International Ltafit.
No games scheduled.
Eastern League.
No games clicdued.
Big Four
35 Horsepower
' Light Fours
. Ttmrint .... t6gy
RocdsUT .... t6Stt
Country Cluh . . $tos
Bif Fours
Tourimt . . . f ias
RotdsUr ... SSo
Cost .... titjo
Sedan .... t'43
Light Sixes
Tcmrinc ... (702;
Roadster ... S1010
Coup .... Si33
Sedan .... $1583
viuys Six
Tonrtwf ... fiats
MVillys-Knights
Four Touring tijoS
Four Coupe . . Si6jo
Four Sedan . . fioso
Four Limousine S1050
Citkt Tourinf . ties)
All prices, o. b. Toledo
Subject to ekante without notict
The more serious the purchase of
a car is to your family, the more
seriously you should consider
Overland.
Consider what a guarantee it is to
own a car backed by a company
with $68,000,000 assets; with an
army of workmen that would
populate a good sized city; with
acres and acres of modern fac-
' tories, and more than 4,000
dealers and branches.
The magnitude of The Willys-Overland
Company is due to its man
agement: due to the practical
policy of utilizing prodigious
production as a means to higher
quality and lower prices.
The Willys-Overland Company
guards its obligation to the own
ers of its cars as seriously as a
conservative bank protects the
interest of its depositors, large
and small.
The Willys-Overland is predicated
upon the need for cars of
beauty, comfort and conveni
ence in addition to long-lived
utility.
The average family can participate
in the luxuries of motoring be
cause hundreds of thousands of
other owners enable The Willys
Overland Company to distribute
and bring down costs.
Such a car as the Overland Big
Four would never have been
possible at such a price as SS95
had it not been for over 300,000
similar Overlands which have
already gone into service.
Come in and see the Overland
Big Four and the most compre
hensive line of motor cars ever
built by any one producer.
M. B. RING AUTO CO., Dealers
Phone 1290 21 Chestnut St., Norwich, Conn,
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
MARKET WAS DULL.
Unsettlement Was Caused by Another
Break in Russian Exchange.
Xew Tork, May 11. High grade
stocks, especially rails, were subjected
to renewed pressure in today's dull and
speculative market.
The feeling of unsettlement was
heightened by another break in Rus
sian exchange, rubles falling to : the
unprecedented level of 25 3-4. Indirect
advices from foreign centers offered
little hope of an immediate change
from the chaotic conditions so long
prevalent in eastern Europe.
More gold to the amount of $18,
400,000 was received here for account
of the Britieh government, making a
total of almost 50,000,000 on the new
movement. This was partly offset by
further transfers of the metal to the
Pacific coast, presumably for Japan.
Call money was easy; but time ac
commodations were inclined to harffen,
probably in consequence of forecasts
indicating another heavy cash loss by
local banks in tomorrow's clearing
house statement. Any contraction in
this item will result largely from large
gold payments to the federal reserve
bank. -
Aside from the declines in rails,
which ranged from one to two points
in St. Paul, Reading, New York Cen
tral and Canadian Pacific, utilities were
most adversely affected. American
Telephone and Telegraph was increas
ingly active at a gross recession of
3 3-4 points to 116V 1-4, the lowest price
in almost two years, and tractions
were easier.
United States Steel made an extreme
gain of 5-8 of a point to 11 S 5-8, but
fell to 115 1-2 in the last houT, when,
the list drifted to lowest quotations of
the session. Industrial Alcohol being
the only notable exception to the gen
eral tendency.
Mia!s, related equipments and ov'er
a score of popular specialties also for
feited forenoon advances of one to
f three points, the market closing with a
heavy tone. Total sales amounted to
ROYAV
Thames Torino
tmim met on T'ednoaa." nveniner in j restricted, rails and utilities in that
their usual meetiusr . and traris- ! division follawing the course of stocks.
cted a repu'ar b-jsir-e3 rr?tinsr with ! Total sales (par value) aggregated J2.-
ARCA ,'? 4.15.000 shares
i?5i , roraI Ar- I Bea:.!-,g3 ;n bonds were unusually
Regent A. E. Johr.?on ii the chair.
OWLS.
Xorwich nei?t, "c. V . n. O O , net
on Thursday everfu.v v-j Owls' hall
nd conducts ? rwt:.r b';:r,e.s
meeting. Tlic-g . - ocfl attend
ance at the m--fnr- --r-J appli
cations for membership v.-3re receiv
ed. A new capta:.-- ;-. Lo n assign
ed to the degree team ar- " w Tvork
has been added. On Ma;' follow
ing the regular meeting a snooker and
entertainment will be given for mem
bers and at this meeting the first
rla.s will be initiated and the balance
in the second week in June.
150.000.
fnited States registered fours de
clined 1 3-4 per cent, on call.
ORDER OF PROTECTION.
Norwich lodee of the Xtw Eng
land Order of Protection, at its meet
Insr in Buckingham Memorial Monday
night will receive a visit from its re
cently appointed deputy, James L.
Wheeler of New London. This meet
ing will prove of unusual interest as
the deputy who was elected to the su
preme lodge committee on appeals at
the session In Boston. Tuesday, will
rive an account of the proceedings of
that session and also of the grand
lodre meeting JieW in Hartford re
cently. - - - -- --- j- -"-
STOCKS,
ro .:tx Itubher
lOOA A'i.tXc Gold M
n0 AIhmcs. Junesn
"' A.iLs Chalmers ..
T-;?P Am Ag Ctarm
Am Wrt Sugar '
lii" Am Can
Am Car t F
200 Am Cotton Oil
4'6 Am H L
lSd Am H I, pr .......
l"0n Am Ies Sec M,
lftOO Am Unseed
1700 Am IKsomo
100 Am Malt pr
11(H) Am Smelting
100 Am Kuzar
1160H Am Tel ft Tel
lino Am W.iolen
300 Am Woolen pr
6200 Anacnnda ...
200 Atfhison
10 Atl Coast I.lm
::oo Ari G ft w I ..
2400 Baldwin Locomo
240A Bait ft Ohio ..
130H Beth Steel B :...1J1S
900 BronkljrH, XI T ' ........ 59
400 Bums Unas ........... OS
400 Csl Petroleum
SO Can IVllle Itt
4204 Cent Lestlter ......... t4
100 Chand Motor .... .... M
10 Chen ft Ohio 5
2 no Chic Qt W . ... It
1900 C. M ft St P 74
Hlirh.
... (OH
.. S,
... 5
... 84
.- lvi
.. 82i4
.. 42H
,. en
... 40',
... 124
... 60,
... 2
.. 20 "i
-. 64
.. n .
. . 4
..111
12014
.. 4
... 7
.. TH
...ie
..loo
.. 9?i
-. 54s
.. 70
69 4
4'
544
9l4
y.
63 K
40
1114
- 59
25
50'4
65 Si.
.18.
7H
111
1H14
'
6Z
rri4
94
109
9
.124
.
120
6
l4
ir4
is
13
-'-
5'
10-4 i 1
Clnsn.
PB4
64
5
T4'4
nn
S24
41 4
64 14
401b
mi
25 T4
20
S3 s
r4
ill
ai7
4T
7
' 9B)
109
St .
' ssW
6944
101
56'i
MH
It
m
M
H
200 C. M ftS; P pr
500 Chi ft N W
TO Chllo Copper ,
Chlno Ccn Cop
1900 Col ruel ftrfron ...
.100 Co! Gss ARIec
1300 Con Gas
690 Corn Products ...
2 an Cum Prod pr ....
183C0 Crucible Steel
2i0 Crucible Steel pr
1.100 Cuba Cane Sucar . .
100 Cuba. Cane S pr
2400 Pel & Hudson
100 TV11 ft Bio J pr ...
1006 Pome Mines . .
3.500 Erie .. ..
0 Brio Irt pr
400 Gen Electric
2700. Gen Motor
30 Goodrich B r
140 Gt North pr
106 Gulf S Stcrt
.100 Illinois Central
4200 Ins Coeper
200 Int Hur of N J ...
3500 Int Mcr Mar
6900 Int M Msr pr
1900 Int Paper
100 Jewell Tea
200 Kansas City So
2200 Keneoott
1600 Lack Steel
300 Laclede Gas
100 I.slte Erie ft W
2206 Lehlzh Va'.er ,
?00 T.ee Rub & Tire
S37 Louis 4 Nash
709 Maxwell M Co
400 Miami Copper . .
2400 Mldiale Steel
lion Mo. Kan ft T
109 Nat E ftS pr
200 .Vat Lead ,
S00 Ner C Copper
100 X. T. A Brake
100 Jf. T. Central
5oo,x. v., x. h. & a .
200 N. T O ft W
500 Norf "ft West
300 North Pacific
8000 Ohio Cltlen Gas '..
200 Iwens Bot M
100 Pae Mail
1930 Penn R R
1300 Pitts Cost ctfs ....
70O Prc-!s Steel Car ....
403 Pull Pal Car .. ....
300 Steel For
209 Ray Con Copper
8809 Reading
3900 Rep I ft Steel
100 St L, ft S W
300 Seaboard Air L
600 Beirs Roebuck . . .
20 Shattuck A C
120 South Pac
250A So Ry
700 Tex Co
600 Third Are
20 Tobacco Prod .. ..
7400 Union Pac
100 mi Alloy Steel
10 Cnltcd Prun;
2 fnttrd Fruit
44800 u. S. I Alcohol
200 r. S. Rubber ... .
12040 V. S. StoeJ
300 IT. S. Steel pr
730 Utah Copper
. 100 Va Iron C ft C
300 Wsbash .,
20 West Mary
1300 West Union Tel ...
3500 Westiric-house .....
10 West Pac
60 W. ft I. E
3 Willys Oeerisnd . . .
Total sales 425.867 shares.
114
110
.. 21 '4
5S'4
.... 474
106 "4
2414
.... 9!
6414
.. 104
44
91
113i
27
12
23 i
3Si
....15314
106 H
56
...1031,
I...120
!00i
.... 554
110
.... 27 S4
.. 7fl,
. ... 37'4
.... 46H
1914
4j
. . 84
9614
16
. ... 60
18
.. . .121
... 51'4
.... 3914
... 56
... 514
... 9414
... 54
. . 2314
.'..135
...88
... 38'4
... 22
...1204
...lli
....10-4
...90
...SI
... 52
... 43 i
... 73
...1514
... 474
2EUi
... 874
... 80.
... 284
...13
.. 16914
... 2fi4
. .. noT
... 2474
. .206
.". . 20i
... 52!b
...13314
....4114
. .. ri4
...134U
...12214
... 554
..1164
...11714
...114
... 65'4
... lflT4
... 18
...93
.. 4tt
... 13H
... 14
... 281b
114
108,
21 is
53
46 "i
38 4
105 "4
23-4
99
62S
104
43'4 .
89 5.
11174
1114
23
36
152
105
49
104 74
120
100 lb
55
110
20.14
464
1914
44,
82-4
96
16
59
IS
irr
504
384
55U
54
94 4
54
23
135
87
38 '4
22
120 '4
100H
127
894
21
Sli
14214
4714
29
8"4
7914
284
13
167
254
90 4
23 '4
2031
20ti
52
1324
4114
T414
134
119
54 1
11514
117V4
11214
65 14
104
18
904
464
1314
134
28i
114
109
21V4
534
4614
S8V4
1054
24
99
62 '4
104
434
91
112
27
12
23i.
36
153
105
)
105
120
1004
514
110
26
7814
371.4
464
' 191,
441
82
9614
16
59
18
120 H
51
38 lb
854
54
9414
54
2314
135
874
38 V
12'OVI
100V4
12714
90
21
514
43
72
14214
47 lb
29
86 H
794
284
13
167 '4
254
904
24
I03I4
20 i
52
1324
41V4
74H
134
120S
5414
1154
117H
1124
54
14
18
904
47 V4
13'4
14
284
COTTON.
Xew York, May 11. Cotton futures
closed very steady; May 19.72, July
1B.SB, October IS. 94, December 19.03,
January 19.07. Spot quiet; middling
20.00.
MONEY,
Xew York, May 11. Call money
steady; high 3; low 2; ruling rate 3:
last loan 2 1-4; closing bid 2; offered
at 2 1-4.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
WHEAT: Open. llish. low. Closn.
May S18 825 317 31S
May 24714 2M 24714 250
Sept. 208!4 22li 208 2174
coax -
-May;.. ....15 15914 157 1574
July 14814 14T4 1 47 14774
Stjlt ... ....139 14114 1 384 13814
OATH
. May ... 70 714 7 . 71
July" ... .... 65 67 654 6614
Scot ',, 974 5614 564
Natinnnl Ltaiut.
RoMon 3. Pittsburgh 2 (1 inninr. )
Philadelphia 1, St. I.ouis 1.
New ork 8. Cincinnati 2.
Chicao 8. Brooklyn .
Ameriean Lennus.
Xew York 6, Chicago 1.
Philadelphia 1. St. Louis 0.
Cleveland 4. Waehincton3.
iRternatinnal Leaaue.
At Ro'chrster-'Rochester-Xewark. cold.
At BcfTaio-Richmond 10. Buffalo 1.
At Toronto Prorldenoe 11. Toronto 4.
At Montreal Baltimore-Montreal, wet grounds.
Esstern Leniue.
Xew Ffaren 3. Bridgeport 2.
Hartford 3. New Ijcnd.-n 1.
Lawrence 6. Portland 2.
American Association.
At St. Paul 2, Indianapolis 3.
At. Minneapolis 7. Toledo 2
At Kar.sas City 6. Columbus 4.
At Milwaukee-IyisvUle, rain.
Southern Asssclatfnn.
At Atlanta 4. Memphis 1.
At Birmingham 1 6. jUttle Rock 1.
At Mnbile-Chatianooga. dot grounds.
At New Orleans-NaAhTille, wet grounds.
STANDINGS. ' '
I - :
Tr- f'1 1 "iMfy Manufacturers of Willya-Knlght and Overland Automobile . ViyT'. ''sriCll ' VS
V 3 iirfru: I and Light Commercial Cars. J ' f ""-j
auummmmtmamemmaunnmmmmamumuummummmmmmmmmmammmmmmemmemmemeaummmmammmummmmammmmamX I rr.il 'jnTICF
i I
I M i i i: 'i
Xew Tork
Chicago ;
St. Louis
riiilarteiphia
Cincinnati
Boston
Pittsburgh
Brooklyu
Roston ...
New York
Chicago
SI. rxmis
Clorrland
Detroit
Washington
Pltlladelplua
Bridgeport
New Iindon
Portland
Worcester ,
Nt-w Haren
Ilartford
Lawrence
Sprlnstlcld
Natianal Leaius.
Won.
12
, ".17
12
10
". 11
, 8
- 5
American Leagus.
Won.
14
12
'. 14
12
13
8
Eastern League.
Won.
1
1
.......... 1
1
... 1
Lost
5
IS
11
7
12
12
12
16
14
12
IjOSL.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Pet.
.706
-l,4
.571
.856
.42.1
.471
.333
.313
Pet.
.787
.632
5S8
!5
.520
.333
.338
.368
Pet
.50
.50
.50
.50
.500
.500
.690
.500
Boston 3, Pittsburg 2, 10
Boston, May 11. 'Boston
I in
out
Pitssburfrh 3 .to
aay. w ith one
nninfis.
defeated
ten innings to
in the tenth
Maranville doubled over third base
and gained another base on Hinch
man's low throw to second. Jacobs
filled the bases by purposely passing
Tworribley and Smith, but Manvn
ville scored on Konetchy's infleld out.
For six innings Rudolph held Pitts
burgh hitless,' and of the visitors' five
hits, four were made in the eighth,
when they scored twice. Carlson pitch
ed well for seven innings, being re
lieved by Jacobs after Schulte took
his place at bat. Score:
Pittsburgh (N) Bostnn (N)
ab h po a el ab k no
Carey. cf
Bfgbee.2b
Balrd.Sb
HYhman.lf
BrlrMb
Altenburg.rf
Ward.ss
Fischer, c
Schmidt. c
Carlson. p
xSehulte
Jacobs
1 3
0 1
0 !
2
1 11
1 2
1 3
1 2
1
6 1
0
1
Collins If 5
M'nrlHv.s 5
Twombley.cf 8
Smith. 3b 4
Ivonetehy.lb 6
F-patrlck,2b 3
Gowdr.s 2
Wilholtrf 4
Rudolph. p 4
3
1 S
1 1
2
8 17
1
I 2
1 2
6
Kabrique.ss
! Hubert, lb
Johnsw-n.ci
Wb.eat.lf
Stengel. rf
C'Jtshaw.2b
Mowrey.r
Mcyers.c
Mamuard.p
( 'adore.p
Smith. p
so h po
5 11
4 0 11
3 2 4
5 3
5
gast and Demaree out of the box in
three innings, but Aldridge was ef
fective. Three errors and seven hits
gave Chicago six- runs in the fifth in
nings and sent Marquard to the rfub
house. Score:
Chieaas (M) I 1 Brooklyn (N)
ab h so a n
Zeidrr.ss 5 3 4 3 oi
Woiter.rT 3 8 10 0
Flack. if 2 10 0 0
l)uyle.2b 4 2 5 7 0
Mcrkle.lb ,5- 2 12 1 8
Williams. cf 5 1110
.Mann.lt 4 2 0 0
Elliott. c S 1 2 1
Poai.Sb 3 113 0
P-doraaatn 011
DeBiuee.p 0 2 OlSmith.p 0 0 0
Aldridge.p 3 01 0 xxMmyth 1000
xHcndryx 1000;
Totals 37 13 27 16 3
ToUls 4 14 27 20 . 0
(xl Batted for Prendergast in 3rd.
xx) BaUed ror Cattore in 8tb.
Score by innings
Chicago 0 2 0 2 4
Brooklyn I 1 3 ) 0 1 0 0
Two base hit, Meyers. Three base hits, Zelder.
Dojie.
08
Phillies Shut St. Louis Out.
Philadelphia, May 11. OeschEer
held St. Louis to three hits today and
Philadelphia won the samp, 4 to 0.
Doak was hit hard and he was suc
ceeded by Ames after Stock singled in
the third inning. Whitted matle two
doubles, a single and a sacrifice fly in
three trips to the plate. Score:
St. Lsuls U) Philadelphia (N)
ab h po n ab h po a
Besrher.ir 410 Paskrrt eT 4229
Ketze!.2b 2 4 2 2 Haucroft.ss 41250
J. Smith. rf 3 100 Htork.3b 51221
Mlller.lb 4 0 7 0 Craratll.rf 4 2 10
Homeby.ss 3 13 19 Wliittcd.ir 3 3 10 0
Cmlse.cf 430 Ltiritni'.lb 2 14 0 0
F.Smtth.Sb 9 1 3 0 .-n-ho1T.2b 4 113 0
Snyder.c 3 10 KilUfer.e 5 2 4 0
Poak.p . 1010 Ocsc-bser.p 4 0 2 0 0
Ames.p 00
Steel. p 1 0 0 0 Totals 34 12 27 12 1
xGonzales 1 0 0 0 0
xxDef'ate 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 28 3' 24 It 2
Total,
35 I 30 17 0
Totals 33 5z29 15 1
(x) Batted for Carlson in 8th.
fzr Two out in 10th when winning run scored.
Score by innings
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
Boston 0 0 1 1 0 1 3
Two baee hits. Brief. MaranrlLIe. Three bsae
hit, Twombley.
Yankees Trounced Chicago. .
Chicago. May 11. Caldwell held
Chicago to two hits today while TJan
forth's wildness enabled Xew York to
make It two straight from the locals.
6 to 1. Four bases on balls, two sac
rifice flies with a two base hit in be
tween, in the third inning, was enough
for Xew York to win. Score:
Chicat (A)
ab n we
New York (A)
ab h po
Hendryx.rr 3
Ilifh.ir 3
r'e!.2b 3
Pipp.lb 3
Raker. 3b 4
Miller.cf 3
P'npaugh.ss S
Walters. 1
Caidwell.p 4
3 0
Totals
27 T 27 T
Leibold. rf
Weaver. 3b
E. Collins 2b
Jack son. if
I'elseh.ef
nendil.lb
Rlsberg.ss
Sehalk.c
lianforth.p
Wolfgang. p
iMurphy
Wllliama.p
1
I
1 0
2
5
1 11
4
3
0
0
Totals 18 1 37 1 i
tx) Batted for Wolfgang In 8th.
Score by lntugs:
Xew York 3 1 0 2 (
Chicago 0 1 1
Two base hits. Caldwell, Pino. Three base hit.
Gandil.
Chicago 8, Brooklyn 6V'
Brooklyn, X. Y., May 11. Chicago
defeated Brooklyn . today, 8 to ,
again overcoming a three run lead. It
was the visitors' third straight win I nrrvrc if Vfr of all rtrnirrrticta.
of a series. Brooklyn batted Prender- v" " " "r T
(x) Batted for Ames in 8th
(xxV Hatted for BeUel'lu 9th.
Scere by innings
St. Louis 0 0 0
Philadelphia 2 0 2 0 I 4
Two base lute, Homsby, Wbiued 2. Home run.
Craratlt.
WE MAY HAVE YOUR SIZE
Odds and Ends of Ladies' Coats Skirts,
Suits and Dresses, at
153 Rflain St.
"if fSorwich
$14.97
$9.97
$9.97
$4.97
' $5.97
$9.97
$4.97
in navy only,
Giants Won in the Eighth.
Xew York, May 11. Xew York woii
another victory from Cincinnati here
today by a score of 9 to 2. The Gi
ants scored eight runs off Schneider
in the fifth inning on eight hits, a hit
batsman an error and a sacrifice fly.
Thirteen Xew York batsmen wen to
bat in this inning, Holke hitting a
double and a single and McCarty two
singles. Zimmerman cleared the
bases with a triple. Schupp held the
visitors to four scattered hits, two of
them being made by Thorpe, a former
Xew York iplayer. Score:
Cincinnati (N)
ab h po
Groh. 3b
Kopf.ss
Xeale.ef
Chare, lb
Thorpe.rf
Ruran.tb
kuaa.e
Cueto.If
Schneider.p
xClarke
Perry. p
xxRouab.
Knetaer.p
New York (N)
ab h po
Bums.lf
Kauff.cf
Robertaon.rf
Z'ennan.3b
lybert.8b
Fletcher, ss
Klldtift.2b
Hrzog.2b
Holke. lb
McCarty. c
(iibaon.e
Sciiupp.p
2
1 3
1
2 1
1
0 1
0
3 12
0 3
n 3
1
Totals 34 11 27 1 2
Totals 33 4 24 14 3
(xl Batted for Schneider In 8th.
(xxl Halted for Perry In 7th.
Seore by tunings:
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1
Xew York A 0 8 0 0 1 X
Two base hits, Ztmmermsu. Holke. Three base
hit. Zimmerman. Home run. Thrope.
B
ELL-ANS
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package
27 LADIES' SUITS (navy and black), worth up to $35.00
SALE PRICE
A few LADIES' SUITS, made of wool serge,
worth $16.50 SALE PRICE
47 LADIES' COATS, made of velour, serge and poplin, all up-to-date
models, worth up to $25.00 SALE FRICE
15 LADIES' SPORT COATS, plain white, checks and stripes,
worth $10.00 SALE PRICE
20 LADIES' SILK POPLIN DRESSES, in all the leading
shades, worth $10X0 SALE PRICE
30 LADIES' SILK DRESSES, in all the leading shades, also
navy and black, worth up to $25.00 SALE PRICE
17 LADIES' SILK SKIRTS, the newest stripes and, plaids,
worth $8.50 SALE PRICE
We give you good LINEN LACES FREE, with all Corsets, such as War
ner's, CB., a la Sprite, Miller's Empire and many other good makes.
Have you ever seen our CHILDREN'S COAT- and DRESS DEPART
MENT? We are now using the entire building.
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR HATS, such as you may have
paid $3.00 for, now on sale at The Pasnik Co. for
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS, large and small shapes,
worth up to $2.00 SALE PRICE
A lot of CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS, worth $1.00
SALE PRICE .'
97c
97c
47c
Why pay more? THE PASNIK CO. sell for less
SPORTING NOTES
bid for the lightweight championship,
but the little Cleveland!' better have a
care. There is one .Mr. Bonny l,eon:ird
hankering around for thai same Fred
die Welsh crown.
Johnny Kilbane is now getting over
ambitious, for he is going to put in a
Andy Ward, the national champion
sprinter, has been accepted for the of
ficer's reserve camp at Fort Sheriden,
HitriffrreoTtVi
iiJSjpj. uuimjbj wiiJn.i, Jiaassai,uia
- -ft "nil iWnantonra--"1' '
for
(MAY 13th)
at
ay
140 Main Street
Telephone 1184
i.h r
I mi.
,T ('III HT - PIKlBt IK 14' I fl
at t '.i ii i t 1 m i . wit.un r
tri.i of j ts t e : iiu t y. on t..e K ' 't i j
Miv. I . I..1T
Hi . -. lit A. II W.K l'.KN'.t:7'r I .
KftalR .if Ka t l.er . ne (.--, - - '.
V:i li t. I- i . . lit H.t. I : . . '.-
. 'n.l i-l.'y Met! CjI i. r f . , .:,. 1
in C'liiri .mil tii-'l . r.et , . r.e.
lor til. r,)K'IH tf.'iej.i ,.t :.. t
;;n i t r u nr- ii t . n writ.n r r r . r at ; .
ti.; tli: l.it wl l HD't l.'l.iit.' . '
(l.n'eiis.-fl ma v- j".n.fl. ' - 1
iuwt-il iirirl a.rili:t-l l ..
i i p i i. ,i ti on r.n iiS m r ' .',.
hre iron. It I Or-l- ret ) t
pptitioil t.ej i,drij :n'l 1 . - f e' '
lii- I'rolite C.'i.rt f. .rn i . -l.urv
in h.i 'I .:srr.M ..o i - '
of .itav. A. l 1!17. t" ' n
fot'e.li.ion. ari.l Irir n'lt.-r
.lcru j ,l 'er t.on. :,i,-t '' ' '
iif-ai inK t'lrrc.ii, l,. . r
li.'.itlon of this o:ler e tn T e '
n-irh H likrin. a l : r a
i re ii iii lion in .iiJ I ' . t r . . it .
il.'iy ri.-ior t i I i.e- o.i'e -i 1
anil liia. reiti'ri tr mn 1,- ' . ' . . 'f
A I I l,K Iii:- x K ' " I '
Tlie. ali Ar an.i t ' i
ftfiv ftf re '!!.
Atteet: A. JIAi.K '.!::'.'- i ""
niayli.l 1 -
T OI HT Of PIIOIMIK HUD
at I.t'tia n'iri. v.j!n.n ,i.-i f i ' '
of l.ch.inoll. on t:i Mra iv ' '-'
lit IT.
i v.!. nt AUiKiiT ; . :
J 1 1 .i t
Kxi.ite "f J.im V M ' ' ' '
L ha non, in i ..1 l.; . r '
Tl'. HVr1' iH'll" llH . I if S ' I ' ' '
a plI h-a t Ion : '.. irt. i .
an-'P tvith ti'.- vt.itnr. " - ' - '
sale of ti.e w'h:r i- p.i f ' ' " n
f.'Sltiti ilf-i'l'liil-il r.! : i.
Ordere.l. Thai a..i ft - v
heai'il at t ii - pr"lo.i. i 'i ' '"
on lb 1 St ii ila ' n' M '. ' ; 1 '
o'.-li.i-U in li'. :o-ii'0. . I -thf
liiprof O. k;o l' " '
.op.- of llll.w il 0- in '''
F'.nllflln. a ni-f. . ri
la lion In mi . '1 !!:.- ' 1 ' ' '
hr- mail lo Iti.H f',i-,'f.
A 1 1 t-Ji :
U.HBIIT i
mn villi '
whiih mf-an that
in.iny sjo'.nt r-ro:-son.
ISrown's foofha'l t.-.irn of I,.
ha.s iif-pn xomeaha: ro
Maik I'ainum. I.is: jfir''
I'eoleoted for ttie Job tai. i'.
and lie Vi'ails. the l ' ' '
been ord'-red to r. pi.t f at (' ,
today.
Out in ('hi.asro th'-v i-
Joe hiiitmis the Iron ..I i i i i
J.ie oniy u on i'i'. 1- lf -r-Jan.
1. What a val-iahe mm
pro'e to som -o: f if .
enrolled and rol.n;.- a ti ,
better nh.i-.
Earl Cgtldm-k, who ' .- ( i
for the woriii'. tvrril.r.a r;i'.
to have the i.ciii k.n l of . o.
land siirh a tilie v I'.n Fa o c;.,
Denif r.il. I iie i'.r lim .n. '
out daily with h:m.
- 1
I Hoxerx iia e lin
! t J flock I.) I h- croo:
I renifmlinr v- .a'.'t i'
i!:t of any n. m.nn-e i
done more than ta'.'n ai'.
the country.
h i
i.r:
'X "
i x r. A
!-:
iion.i..'
A f ' i n
i.l e : i !
t to. m,, fa r ti a
y !.o
A few years ago when FVark f"har'
was manacin.a' Trie Ymkcj h : -1
llul 'hasp to the While Ho f.-r H-.l
Zeider ami Kaoe lioiton. I'...no!i pro-. -ed
a terr;b!e h ist an a first tumj?
Zeider developed a pers. stent r nf
bunions on his feet that retirler-d "r- ,ri
of little service. Whreupott Mjv
Roth arose anil siig-.ested tnt i ":
had traded CTiarte "for a bunion ami ma.
nnionl"

xml | txt