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NORWICH BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1917 "
2 INSURANCE Let Vm WHt Your' , Automobile Insurance ' FULL. COVERAGE Under One Policy J.L. LATHROP A SONS 28 Shetuckat Street YsuVs SAFELY SHIELDED against lira ieea 'when your "property is In ureot through the strong companies that- this SERVICE . INSURANCE AGENCY represents. Let us serve you. ISAAC S. JONES Insurance and Real Estate Agent Richards' Building - 91 Main St. OUiMET IN AMATEUR RANKS Former Champion Will Compete in Western Golf Tournament- United States Association Declared Ouimet a - Professional Asserts He Has Refrained From Profe- sional Tournaments. V.; ' -ORNEYS-AT-LAW ' Brown & Perkins, iltirneys-at-lat Over Thames Nat Bank. Shetucket St. Entrance stairway near to Thames National Bank. Telephone 38-3 SPORTING NOTES Carl Morris Bays be will knock out Frank Moran. Why worry about that. The Braves perhaps have a hunch that a player is sometimes reserving of a base on bawls. Bad attendance on the bases is many times the cause of bad attend ance in the rand stand. Hush Jennings bellevaa In military traininr foRball players having- seen the effect ofTy Cobb's campaign of frlg-htfulness on the base lines The friends of Fred Bralnard, the former Giant will be glad to hear that It la tnakina; good with the Provi dence Grays. Fred recently was made captain of that team. Jess Wlllard.. didn't accept the Invi tation to the joffre reception in New York. Jess probably was afraid some one would ask embarrassing Ques tions about his enlistment. - Chicago, May 14. (Francis Ouimet, former national amateur and -open golf champion, rated by the United States Golf Association as a profes sional, today accepted an invitation of the Western Golf Association to compete as an amateur In the ama teur champion tournament at Midloth ian Country club, Chicago, July 9 to 14. The Invitation to Ouimet was ex tended by unanimous vote of the as sociation's 'board of directors after- the board had adopted a new defini tion of an amateur, ignoring the rul ing of the United States Golf Association. The western association, which has more active members than any other golf organization In the world, com prising 243 clubs west of Pittsburgh and north, of the Ohio river, limits en tries to its championship meets to per sons belonging to member cltfbs of the association, except by invitation. Mr. Ouimet, who" first gained fame throughout the golfing world by snatching the 1913 national open championship from Harry Vardon and Edward Ray at Boston, in replying to the invitation, asserted that he had refrained from competing- in profes sional toTidnaments. New Haven Shut Out Hartford. ' New Haven, Conn.,' May 1. New Haven defeated Hartford here today, shuttln out the visitores, 1 to . 0. Weavers' pitching and several spec tacular one-handed- catches by Tor phy, Whalen and ' Weidel featured. The winning run was scored by Tor- phy in the ninth on Miller's single. Jake Iaubert must feel sort of proud over that fact that Col. Ebberts turned down an offer of $25,000 for the Robins first Backer. It isn't ev erybody who is worth that much to his boss. 'Putnam Getting In Line. Manager Tom McDermott is fast getting his Putnam club in trim. Ev ery one of the boys who composed last year's champion team have reported and are anxious to play ball. Cspt. Gus MoNamee who caught Jim Hanly last season, says the old boy never was In better form. Hanly is a great favorite with,, the Putnam fans and showed some "real twirling by not los lng a game during the entire season he pitched. TVank Gilmcr.- Duke Bar nicle and Joe Iabells of Dayville will hold down the outfield again this sea son. And these boys are pretty handy with the stick, too. Last Monday a force of men hesnn wprk in putting the groundse in shape for the opening same with South- bridge on Decoration Day. Holy Name Team Challenge. The second Holy Name societv baseball team challenges the R. G. S. for three games, the first for Srtur- day. Battery, Homer Fontaine Ches ter Stafford, Napoleon Liberty. support- in-r-ths .infield - j , Wretr " :. -mV tl pa ft MilojKT.Jf" ' 1 0 MHlCT.rf-; ' Hrlfrld! J fc. 1 5 P't4-er.ef j . 1 3 Ht;t - 3 t 4 Coowny.S i f ' 1 6 Gross, lb S 12 0rdelU.3b J 1 3 ft KfBer.B . S 3 Total .- S3 U. 3711 3 Bun,rf ' Barrow, ef -' UnreU.lb Sweat. 2b ' Tamm.M QjCarr.a G.bxlira.Sb llrt-er,c PUtt.B Score; ? ' rrtl . Total 31 ,4 2r 13 Score: . New Hvm i Hartforri b b pa ft , lb u x a Whalen.Sb 3 1 !) Jenkins , rf '. 4 1 ft 1 Nutter.rf 4 113 0jBurk.lf " S . 0 -ft 1 Torphr... 4 3 3 3 0 Uftuhfn, 4 1 4 1 ft Stlmpa'n.lf 4 2 3 0 1 lvr,lb 3 0 13 ft; 1 Shinnoo.cf 3 18 0 ft Wridel.. 3 ft 5 1 11 Ball. 2b 3 0 1 3 VliUma.2b '3 0 1 2 0 Mala-. lb 4 1 3 3 0 Hnn3t 3 '1 3 3 .3' Dcflne.o 3 14 13 CutoU.c 3 ft 3 3 .. 5 . Wearer.p 3 10 3 0 Ryan 3 0 0 4 1 ! iRTaa.p ' ! 0 0 4 I i Total 32 10 fif 0; .-- i ; Totals 53 r2S.lI.j (s) Winning run aoored with out oat hi 9h. Scot bx Inni'jg: ; Soar by inclnrs Worcester .. .. .3 3 3 4 0- Portland .- .. .......... "3 'v0 - ..Tbra b hit. Wilder. Douglas Pitched Chicago to Victory. Boston, May .l"4.Tr-Tha., -masterly pitching of Doug-las held Boston bats men to. two inneld nits today, uhlca go-winning, 6 to 0. The success of the visitors marked : the . first appearance here of Fred-Mitchell, the former lo cal coach,, as manager , of the Chicago team. . Doug-las - pitching performance--was nearly perfect. Boston runners -reach ed -first base only -three times, twice by'hits and once on an- error by Wort man. - None reached second base. Ru dolph was' hit "hard. :Before the game oBston players ' gave 5 Manager Stall Ings and his bride of a ' week a wed ding , present of - silver and cut glass and -to Manager' Mitcneu a silver tea service. Score: CBIM3 N ,- b h po Warunan, 3 Flack, rf 5 IVrie.2l) Merifle.lb New HSTCa 0 ' 0 ' 1 1 ! VannW Hartford 3 0 0 e .9 0 0 .0 ' wUson e Two baas bit. Shannon. ' sacrilln MU. WeidrL Deal. 3b Sbaunon. . Douflas.p ' . . ! Lawrence 7, Springfield 6. - r Lawrence, Mass.. May 14. .Law- j rence KnocKea rowers out oi tne dps In the second inning of today's game and his successor. Lacy, was so wild the home team had little difficulty in defeating Springfield by a score of 11 to 6. Lacy gave nine passes and hit four batsmen. Scores ' . ' Lawrene I - Springfield . ab h DO a ab b Y Boat ' (M b p 1 3 I b llBaitrr.lf; O.M-rr.JlKif . 4 ftiTwnmbley.cf 0 SmiUuSb 3 OjKonotdir.lb 3 O.F'patrick,2b S 0 Gowly.c 4 0wi:h.iit.rT 5 oj aiij',iph,p : .- 2 Porter. If H'chman.2b" Schrclbcr.ss Daley. rf Flynn.lb l.aache.cf Harklns.3b Gaston, c Shoa.p Totals 1 1 3 3 4 2 ft 0 10 1 2 ft 0 1 6 0 0 26 0x28 13 21 Hickay.lf KlllB.cf Hara'ond.Sb Durain.lb Malioney.s Mltehrtl.-rf RloonHa.3b Tynch.c Powers.p Laery.p sxRoth 0 3 1 2 4 S 11 1 ft 2 1 1 . 1 ft- 4 ft ft ft 0 ft ft 25 11 24 18 3 Totals (x) King out hit by batted balL xx) Batted for Laory In 9th. , ". Score by innings: Lawrence St 3 1 2 0 ft 2 ft x 11 Snrlnirflcld ft 3 0 0 0 1 (I 3 ft 6 Two ba hits. Durfin and Mitchell. Three ba hit. Porter. Home runs, Daley, Bloonda and Ham mond. ' Worcester 8, Portland 1. Portland, Maine, May 14. Worces ter outplayed Portland in all depart ments of the game today, winning 8 to 1. Plitt was hit iard and had weak FINANCIAL, AND COMMERCIAL o 3 2 2 3 1 IS 2 1 1 2 1 8 1 ft 1 0 . aKawllnss 38 12 27 , 3 1 ' ' - Totals (s) Batted for Rudolph In Pth. Seer by inninas: Chleairo . . ;. ft" ft Tl ft 0 2 0 Boston .. ...ft 0 0 3 0 ft 0 ft 0 0 Two base hit, William. Three base bits. Mer- tte. WUUama. Total ft 2 1 2 ft e 0 13 0 0 ft 3 0 1 0 .1 0 e 29 2 3T 13 ' Brooklyn Drops Seventh Straight.' Brooklyn, N. Y,,' May 14. Cincin nati beat Brooklyn, 3 to 2 today by buncririg three hits off Cadore in the sixth inning' and. Chase s single in the eighth brought in the visitor's thord run. This was . BrosKlyn seventh straight defeat. Wheat's batting was the feature. The latter also figured, in a double play, being the receiving end of a play in which he covered second on a throw from. Tight field. Score: Cleeinaati all Groh.3b - fcopf.as Roujich.rf Orlffln.rf NeaJe.lf Kingo.c : Phran.2b Toncy.p Total (HI h ?s 2 0 0 2 1 1 2 14 0 1 4 1 3 1 2 ft 1 32 8 37 15 1 Braakly N ab h pa Fabiiaue.ss Johnston .cf naubert.lb Wheat. If Hteastl.rt Cutshaw.2b Mowrcy.3b Meyere.c ;raiore.p Smith, p xSmllh ' ft 1 0 1 3 13 4 4 9 2 4 1 2 ft 0 0 0 2 0 0- ft ft Totals 31 T 27 19 . (x) Batted for Cadore In 8th. . - Score by inning's 1 - . . Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 ft i ft 1 03 Brocalyn .. ft 0 0 ft ft 11 0 0 2 Three base hit. . Mowrcr: Sacrlflc hits, Kopf, sncan Hal Chase is greeting- more popular witn tne tans, lie was Tor a long time In disfavor with them but a gradual reconciliation Is taking place. That's because Hal has stopped his kicking- and Is settling- down' to play tnegame. Ed Pfeffer doesn't seem to be able to ret into his stride. On quite a number of occasions within the past month or so Pfeff bit's games have been saved for him by the good work of his team mates. HaJ Chase Is getting more popular wim ins una. ae was ror a long time In disfavor with them but a a-arduaJ recandliatlon is taking place. That'a because Hal has stopped his eternal kicking and Is settling down to play the game. Clubs belonging to the United States National Lawn Tends association are strongly In favor of the Red Cross benefit plan for conducting tourna ments this season as proposed by the executive commltte and most of the J20 sanctioned tournaments will be played. This sentiment predominates In letters received by Gorg T. Adee, president of the association, in rply to his rcently request that clubs notify him of their plans with reference to the tournaments awarded to them. The toumamants cancelled Include: May 14, Lonwood Cricket Club, Boston, New England Intercollegiate; June 19. Hartford (Conn.( Golf Club, New England. Kilbane Wise In Refusing to Meet Mitchell. If we an could pick our opponents in life we could travel along as smoothly as a 1917 model motorcar over a new road. At picking them the audacity of Ritchie Mitchell of Mil waukee, surpasses even the selective traits of a Freddy Welsh. Mitchell is picking on Jchnnv Kilbane, the world's featherweight champion. The Mil waukee boxer has offered the Cleve land title-holder a side wager of $1000 providing Kilbane slsns to meet him a ten-round bout. It would be pretty soft flnandaly for Mitchell were he to invelele the formidable Kilbane into a bout. Mitchell, who poses as a lightweight, scales n:?rer the Tel terwelght mark than 133 pour.il. Not many months ago ho met. Kivbs.ne ir a ten-rou.-.d encounter. Aided bv his ruperior weight, Mitchell d?vt out. a rirubbinor to the oluckv little Cleve-land-r. It is tough enough for Kilbane to step f;ut of h!s c!as'to chastise the leadintr lightweights without asking him to 'aoi. huskies like Mitchell. It is gratifying to learn that Kilbane has refused to accept Mitchell's of fer. MARKET WAS DULL. Due to the Oversold Position of the Professional Interests. New Tork. iMay 14. Partial Im provement was shown by today's mar ket after 'three hours of dull and per functory trading. So far as surface conditions indicalted anything: at all, the change was predicated large) y upon the oversold position of the pro fessional interests. Developments over the week end-) were mostly favorable to the bears. That faction derived further encour agement from the perplexing state of the foreign situation, including- Rus sian affairs, rubles again reacting to within measureable distance of their extreme depreciation. The congres sional program in its relation to war taxation also occasioned further con cern. The sweeping: character of the prohfbrtion measures now before the national legislature probably account ed for a decline of 4 3-4 points In American Malting- preferred to 54. Industrials, particularly steels. leathers and oil's, furnished much of the day s motive power. United States Steel recorded an advance of 1 8-8 points to 117 3-8, Its top price of the fortnight. Other advances, most of which were retained, ranged from 2 to 6 points in (Bethlehem Steel, old and new shares, and Crucible, Lacka wanna and Gulf States Steels, the lat ter heing assisted by an "extra" orTe per cent, dividend. Shippings were in fair demand at gross advances of 2 to 3 points and Industrial Alcohol Joined -the active equipments at highest levels In fhe last hour. Motors and metals were less conspicuous than usual, but rat lied on short covering. iMuch of the depression of the fore noon was created by St. Paul, which made a new low record for about 20 years on its two-point decline to 69 7-8. Leading coalers and trunk Kr.es were carried down one to two points with St. Paul, but that entire division rebounded later. Total sales smounted to 465.000 shares. P-iflj Mali A clearer understanding of the terms j pljlj,, connected with the liberty loeun ere- :' Per- Mrr-iette " ated a more cheerful feeiinp- in bank- I p;tts c,:l1 f ing circles, this sentiment "netntr vg- j "" eWrtvr mented by last week's favorat-'e hank i 3 pi"oIr statement. Bv st Sprins ".. Bonds were heavy, malnf-v in wnsp- "w con Choj & Ohio Chi. Gt Western Oh Gt West pf Chi.. Mil & St P ... Ch.. M & St P pf ... Chi. & .N'irest C. It I & Pae w t .. Chile Copper Chlno Copper . . Col. Fuel ,V Iron Columbia Gas Cri Gas lNY) Continental Can Coin Prod Kef .. . Corn Prod Bef pf Crucible Steel Cuba Cane. Sugar Cuba CSutrar pf rec.-e & Co pf . . . Dclatrare A Hudson Del.. i.a--k & W Den & Rio Gpf Distil Seeor .. ...... Itonje Minos Fr1;rga S'bury .... Erie Erie 1 pf General Electric Gen. Motor C,t, No Ore ctfs Ot. Norto n pf Greene Can'nca .. .. GuL' States SUel Gulf States Steel 1 pf Karrester Cor IrarrrstT (VJt rilnois Central Inspiration Cop Interboro C pf Int Ag" Corp pf . Intetn'l Nickel IritcmVl Paper Int Paper pf ctf Kennecott Cop . . Lack Stl Leo Tire . . , Irf-hia-h Valley J.ong Island Long Island ret .. .. Ixmlwnie & Nh .. .. NT.ixwell Motor Maxwell Motor 2 pf ?.ftrehsrt Marine Merchant Marine pf Mexican ePtroleum Miami Copper Midvale Steel Missouri. K 3c T ..... Montana Power Nat. Knam & St . . Nevada Con New York Air Brake ., New York Central N. T.. N. K. a H. .. Norfolk West. North Pacific Ohio Cities Gaa Ohio Ft;; Ontario riIer .. .... swms X -ovue . . . . . . 58 10a, ; 2914 721, 712 110 Sli 54 48 . . .. .SO . .loe'i 91V 24 Vi 1005, 871, 421 904 . 100 ... .111 H 215 27 14 .... 12 68 M4 10V. 29V 9T 112 109 V sis S3V .17', 1V 104 ih 91 V 23 S 10V r,5V 41 9V ',S 112 . . 24 . , ion .'. 51H . .158 .. 411, ..12s 109 106 i siS 38 49 40V 97 4i ss' , ........ 17 60S 40 404 , 121 51 31V 27V 80 V 89 ..... 57 V 5V ........ 4V 31 2-'5S ...135 87 V ssv 119V 10OV ...128 4 14 12 67 22K. 34V 154 105 V SOS 104S 41V 121 107 76 109 100i 54V SSS 49 3i 3 96V 44V 84 177, 60 40 40 V 150 50 r.iv 26 78V . 88 V - 37 V 38 V 5-.', 5 94 SOS 23V 133 88 V 38 lias K7 48 5V 89 201b SIS Ob V 1ft1. 29 V 71 V 112 109S 31 S 2IV 5HV 47S :,sv 105V 91V 24 V loftV 07 :42 V &.i li-i 206 26 12 - i-is rsv 153 105S 21V 104S 40' Detroit 3, Waahinton 2. 14 Innings letroii, . May 14. letroit -won j another - extra . inning game from : Washington today, defeating- that . team 3 to 2 in fourteen Innings. The 1 winning run resulted from doubles by ! Burns ana V ltt. ' Although the vis itors made several extra base hits Boland pitched well with men oh the bases and was aided by three double plays. Score: quence of the lotver trer.d for lofml tract hns. Tmfai sales par valued Sl, 875.000. United Staf3 bonds were unchanged on call. STOCKS. The following t a summary of today's trana vtjon on the New York Stock Srchance lo ?. P M High. Ixjw. Cloae. TYRONE-oVs in. form-fit COLLAR CLOITT.TZABODtSCQ.IS'CMAKEBS Acme Tea AVaska Gold Allis Chalmers ctfs ... Ab Keet Sugar Am Can Am Car & Foundry . Am Cotton Oil nf ! Am Hide & Leather Am Hide & Leather pr Am Unseed Oil .... Am OH pf Am Locomotive .. ... Am Malting Am Malting 1 pf Am Smelt &Re Am Steel Foundry Am Sugar Ref Am Sugar Hef pf Am Tel & Tel Am Tobacco Am Writing Paper Am zinc Anaconda Cop .. ... A spoliated Oil Atchiaon. T Jt S F ... Atlantic Const AU. G & W I Baldwin Loco Baldwin Loc pf Bait tc Ohio Batopllas Min Bethlehem Steel Bethlehem Steel B) .. Brooklyn R T Brown Shoe pf Bums Brothers Butto aSupr B. F Goodrich . . . California Pet Canadian Pac Central Leather .... Cerro de Paaoo ' Chandler Motor . . 55 es 24 91S 43 66 93 12 61 201b 57 V 67 . .... 9Vi 56 9SS -''ST, 110s 117 117V 193 40 30 '. 78 V 62V 99V 109 '.10234 ...... 57 99 69V IS , 131 123V 3SV 97 91 42 49V 18 159 84V - So V 94 55 6S 24 91 41S 6 93 12 60S 20S 65 V 8 V 54 97 58 Vi 110 117 V 117S 195 40 30 77 V 62V 99'i 109S 981b 58 99 68V IV 131 121V 57 97 94 42 49V 18 158 84 35 V 94 6 V 24 5i 91 42S 66 92 12 60S 20V 57 67 8V 54 V 98 5SV 11 OS 117 118S lf-0 39V SOS 77V 99 102 V 50 V 99 69 IV 1SPV 121S 57 95 94 4SS 18 159 84 V 35V 90 V BA A. WIGHTMAN EXPERIENCED PIANO TUNER 49 Cliff Street, Norwcih, Conn. Telephone 752-13 nov2d . F. C GEER Piano Tuner, 'Phone 511 122 Prospect Street, Norwich, Cnn. On account of increase in price of to- I AbSOllltel V ReiTlOVeS fcaceo, the WWitestone Ci8ar will be t j. J CO eold from now on at $35. per 1,000. IliaiP"eStinn- Dno tioolorrn iON ANT rw . . . proves it iocatail aruggists. Reading Reading 2 pf R. Iron and Steel -R. Iron &Steel pf Royal Dutch Pet St. L &S P Saxon Motor Seaboard Air X, .. Seaboard A L pf Kears Roebuck Shattu'tk Art .. .. Sinclair Oil Sloss PhefTleld South Pacific .. . South Railway Pouth Ry pr Stuilebaker Superior Steel Tenn Copper Texas Co . . . . . Third Are fNY) Tobacco Prod Twin City Rap T . Underwood Type pf Union Pacific Union Pac pf Un. Alloy Steel Un Cigar S A . . T". S. ExpresB U. S. I Alcohol U. S. RubbeT U. S. Rubber pf U. S. Steel .. .. r. S. Stel pf .... Utah Copper Va Car Chem .. . Wabash . . Wabash pf (A) West. Pacific Whit Motor .. . Willys Overland Wilson Con Wisconsin Cen Woolworth S9V 22 2 77V 18V 44S ....... 24V TS 14S 42V 28 87 ..' 41 S1V .WIS 1 V 17 4 12S 26S . 167 25 SIS 50 91S 24S 52V 88V4. .. 36V 18 ..'.-...205 19Vi 52 85 115V 133V .-- 27S .' 1V 9V IS - 123 V 54V 18V 43V 24V 72V 144 . 47S 28 1 ' VT .4 . 80 V lftllb 60S 17 44 1S 16 186 24 S 51V 49 90 V 24 S2 87 34 S 16 104 18 51V 35 -115 132V . 77S 41V 96 18 : 120 V oV 109V 10S 54 V r.s 49V 40 V ?6Ib 97 44S 85 17S BflV 39 V 40 121V 50 V 31 27 V 79S 88 ses .57 5V 93 36V 23 S 87V 38 119V 100 128 S 45 5 V 89V 20V 51 ; ' 77V 17 S 43V 24 72V 48S 28 86 V 40 81 101 V 60S 16V 43V 12 26 166V 25 51V 50 91 24V 32 V 87 lb 36 S 15 105 , 19 ' 51S 1S3V 77V 41 9SV Judge, lb Kostcr.Sb . Shanks, cf lUce.rf . Smith. If Morgan. 2b llonry.c Ainsmlth.c i.'rane.ss Dumont.p Arers.p . xGharrty ' Washington (A) an !i 00 4 2 17 1 ft ft Oatreit (A) - Bush.ss 6 2 5 Yc-ting.Zb . 5 0 S tv.bb.rf ' Veach.lf Hellman.cf Burns, lb ; Vltt.3b Spencer, e Boland. p 2 1 1 4 2 4 2 It 3 2 1 7 D 0 48 13 42 20 1 Totals 4il 9x10 18 (x) Batted for l'umoiit in 7th tx One out when winning run scored. Score by Innings Washington . 1 ft 0 0 0 ft 9 0 1 0 0 ft ft 0 2 uctrolt . 0 0 0.1 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 13 i-wo nase ruta. Cobb. Ainsmlth. Judge. Burns. ltt. Tnrce bare- hit.. Foster. Sacrifice hits. Mor- gau, Judge, each. Foster. St. Louis 3, Giants 1. New York, May 14. St. Louis- won the opening game of its series with New York here today' by a score of 3 to 1 in ten innings. - An error by Fletcher and Hornsby's single scored tor Bt. ijouis in the fourth. The lo cals tiea tne score m the ninth on a pass to Burns, a. sotlen base and Herzog's single. Sallee replaced An derson- in the tenth and the winning run was scored oir him. Score St. Louis N o' h po Betzel.2b Long, rf J.Smlth.rf Millrr.lb Hor.aby.9a Crulse.cf Bescher.lf Snyder.c F. Smith Doak.p ' Total ft 1 0 2 1 0 11 1 1 1 4 ft 5 0 2 ft 2 0 1 1 0 82 5 SO IS 0 New Yark (N) ab b-p- Burns.If HTZog.2b Robert son. rf Gorman. Co BoUte. lb . Rarldfen.c Anderson. p McCarty.c xLobert 6aUce.p 3 1 4 15 4 0 0 4 2 0 3 0 2 4 12 3 0 12 2 0 3 2 0 0 10 1 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 4 ft ft 4 3 0 e 1 Total (x) Batted for Anderson In 9th. Score by Inning St. Louis .ft 0 0 1 0' New York .. .0 0 0 0.-ft ' Two base hit. ,' Zimmerman-. - ler. . . - - . 31 5 30 16 2 ft 23 0 ft ft 1 Sacrifice hit. Mil Phillies 3, Pirates 2 .Philadelphia .May 14. Philadelphia mixed hits and - goo dbase . running witn -errors py ir-lttsourgn in the ninth inning and won today s game, 3 to 2 Baird was sent to the clubhouse by Umpire Byron for-kicking- on a called srlKe. score: ' . Plttiknnik (N a'o b do Carey.cf 4 Blgbee.Zb S Baird. 3h 3 MoCarthy.Sb- 0 H'chman.rf 4 Brief, lb Bohulte.lf Ward.aa PlBcher.o. Iaoobs,p a a 1 a 0 . 1 1 4 1 11 a 1 1 - 3 2. ft 1 . Philadelphia (N) ab h no 1 Paskert.ef 4 3 2 Bancroft, a Stack. 3b Crarath.rf Whltted.If Luderua.lb NlehofI.2b Klllifer.c Alexander.p . xOooper Totals 1 ft 1 1 0 ft 1 1 0 9 ft 4 3 10 1- ft S3 3 27 IS- 1 122S 54 V .106 IftaS 105V .117 113 S 117V 117 113 .... 42V ... 11 .... 43 .... 13 44 26V .... 71 . ... 48 ....123V 117 11T 112 113 42V 42V 11 10S 43V 431b 13 13 44 44 27 27 71 Tl 46V 123 123 ELL- COTTON. New York. May 14. 'Cotton futures closed steady. May 20.05. July 19.85 October 19.31, December 19.40, January 19.44. Spot quieti middling 20.30, MONEY. , New York, May 14. Call money steady; high 3; low 2 3-4; ruTing rate 3: last loan 3; closing hid 2 3-4; of fered at 3. - CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. Jar. 2d J. F. CONANT 11 Franklin St. '.'.'HEAT Open. nigh. .Low. Cloae. July 270 272 252 259 Scrrt 240 244 , 2JS 228 CO UN July 152 160V loft " 156tA - Wept 142 154 ,142 150V OATS . . July .. .... t 73V 7 ,68 Sept. 58 4 37 60 ' Total 32 3x25 IS 41 - (z) On out . when winning run scored. , txt nan ror Bancroft In 9th.. Score by innings:. ' FllUburgh .. ft .1- 0 . ft ft 1 " ft ft -a Philadelphia 0 I ft ft;o 0 ft 3 3 two Daae uta Hlnclunan. Bancroft. Home run, Brief. Chicago 6, Athletics 2. Chicago May -14. Chicago -bunched hits in the fifth inning- behind Sel bold's wildnesa, took a commanding lead over- Philadelphia and won the first game of the series here today, 6 to 2. . Score: . Phlladalehla (A) Witt, a Ptrunfc.cf Bodie.lf Bates.2b Mclrmis.lb 8chang.c- W.John'n.ff Grorer.2b Anderson.? Seibold.p R.John'n.p h po 1 2 Totals ' ! 5 2 ' Score by inning Philadelphia -Chicaco .. ..... Two bai . hit. Strunk, JackBttti. Cliiaa (A) ab b bo J.OUinarf a Lelb'ld.rf.fi Wearer. 3 b E.ColUna2b Jackson. If . Felach.ef . Murphy.rf ' Jourdan.lb -Risberg.as . BeJialk.c Ruasell;p 0 ft 0 3 a a li a ' 1 1 0 i 0 11 1 1 1 4 ft 1 Total .- 24 4 27 13 3 1 0 Bate. ? 1 ft ft 0-0 1 4--1 ft Bieberg. . Sacrifiee . bit. Cleveland 7, Boston' '6. Cleveland, May 14. Cleveland took the first game of the- series from Bos ton, 7to 6.4knocking Leonard from the box ih three innings. . KUepfer was hit-, hard throughout but managed to keep the hits scattered except. In the fourh.and ninth. - Bagj replaced him In the ninth and while hit for a double and a single, prevented Boston from tying the score. Cahpman's base run ins and Gran'eys . fielding were feat ures. - The :former4 "stole v four- .basest while; 'Graney catches, and ..a throw, to - the; plate robbed 'Boston of 'rthree runs. Score;' -' y?.-L - . '.' . . Cjenlan- A) Bortea -(A) - ab .b. pot Shorten. rf 5 J. 3 Ba'ry.Sb - - 3" 1 4 Jartiin.2b. ft -1 H-llKetl-.lt ' 4-1 - ft. Lewlajf ' 5. 3 ft WaJarr.ert S 2 2 Gardnrr.3b 4.2 1 . Soou., 3 0-1 MdNally.as e Thorn a. e -v ' 3 Leonarrl.p 1 Wyckoff.p. 1 xPfenrlcksen ' .1 xxRuth. . .- 1 xxxGaincr - 1 ft 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 '. 0! ft. 1 ;o 1,1 0 ft 0ft n 0 0 oi Gran ey .If ChaAmen, Spcjter,ex, 4 itoth.tr - tvsgana.2b.- 4 Guisto.lti . 4 Kvaas.b. 4 O'Neill. e , - 3 Klepfer.l . . 3 nagby.p 0 ,b po. 3 ft I' -ft 1 . 1-3-1 2.1 ft- 12 - 1 1 ft 2- 1 ft -ft ft.vft 3 41 0ft 3 - ft a 4.1-0 ft 0 ft'ft ft ft ft ft Total; - -1- SO 10 JT 13 1 Tt- ! Totals. S3 13 34-1 (XI. Hatted for Leonard in 4trt. rxxjl '"Batted or Scott in Sth'i -'r , - fxxx) Ei-.ttod for Wyckoff in. Ui -V ' - ( " Seorrf by lruirh'ar'. - ""' - . Boston :.'.. :. . . .0 0 - 0 2 ft ft l ft-ft aerelar.d , .'.-..... ,.,.3 1 1 0 2 14 x 7 Two base hits; TGardner, .Horitzell,- O.'Neill., Three base hit. Speakra-; lioth. - . . . ' . '." ' ' . . New York 6, St, "Louis, 2. ,.-' '. 'r St. Louis. May -14. New York hit Davenport hard , today and, aided ..by misplays, defeated' St. Louis, 6 ' to 2. Kishef allowed the locals but. five hits, their runs, in "the second and seventh coming- as a result of errors hy Baker and Peckinpaugh. . Fisher was .; re placed ' in -the eighth by Russell after he had - passed 'Auston. .and SiSler on eight pitched halls. Score: . .t .'New, York A)( ab h po Henaryx.rr 3 High.lf Mai.i1.2b Plpp.lb Baker.3b F.Maior.cf P'npaugh. N'maker.e Fiaher.p v Russell. p . 1 1' 1 2 A 3 2 10 2 . 0 ft 4 ! 2 1 4 1 1 ft ft ToUla 84 13 27 15' 5 St. Lauit (A) ab . h po Tlotfnn'ir 4 1 1 ustin.3b ls:e.Mb Jaeobson.rf tarsan;cf Johnnn.Sb Sorercld.c Latan.ss aRumler Roaera.p . r. Miller 31 2T 18 ': S Tolal, fxl Batted for ITari. in 9th. . (2x)' Batted for .narenport in Tth. .' . . x) Batted for Roger, in 8th. Score by Innings; -New York 0 1 ft 1 3 ft 3 St. Louis .0 t ft 0 ft ft 1 ft 0 2 Two bz-e hits. PerRJnpaugh. Baker. Maleel. Bey- ereld ' Home run,' Plpp. Sacrifloe hit. . XL Mil ler 2, Marsans. Hxndrrx 3. YE8TSROAVS RESULTS. ' ' National ' Laag u. St. Iiuls 3. Kdy. Tork 1; . Cincinnati 8. Brooklyn 2. . ' Chicago "6. Boston 0. Philadelphia 3. Pittsburgh .' 2. America Leagu. Washington a.-' Detroit 3. f!3 .ihnlnf New Tork 8. St. Loula 2. Clio, go ft. PhUadelphia 2. Clexrland 7. Boston. S. - Internatleiial Lsn. - At Buffalo Proridrtice 6. Buffalo. S. . At Rochestar 3alUmore. .12. Rochester f. At Toronto Richmond 2. -Toronto .8. , t Other teaaas not' echedulttl. Eastarn t-eaftu. Xcw Baren I." 'Hartford 0. Lawrence 11. Sprlngftrid S. Worcester 8. Portland 1. - -. (Three games scheduled. . ' Souther Aseiatia. ' At AUant ft. LitUe Rock 1. - At MohUe 3. Naaiirlllc 2. . (13 Innings.) . At Chattanooga - ft. Memphis .3 T At Chattanongi . Memphis 3. - Othcrrtt not scheduled. STANDINGS New Tor Chicago Pniladerphla St. Lnui Boston Cincinnati Pi tu.hu r-rh Brooklyn Boston r York Chlctgo 8t ttli . Clereland Detroit Washington Phlladelplila r Haren .. New tendon Worcester . Springfield . lwre nee Portland " . . Brtdjreport Hartford Won. Lflat. Pet. ..13 6 .684 ..19 ! - .679 ..12 8 .600 .. 13 ' 10 .565 . . 8 ' 10 ' .444 ..12 16 .429 .. 17 .350 .,. 5 ' 14 ' .24)3 ltd, . Won. lywt. Pet. ,. 15 - 7 :682 13 , . " .591 .. 17 12' ' .586 ... 14 12 ' .538 . .- 15 13 ..".6 ..10 14 .417 .. 3 15 . .348 .. 7 1 .333 16UE. Woo. Lest. Pet. . . 3 - 1 .750 .. . 2 I "'. -467 2 1 .667 .'. -2 2- .300 L. 2 2 .500 1 - -s- . ;-'.ass . . 1 at. .350 ' 1 i .250 GAMES sch:ouleo today. - NatlenaJ League. Cincinnati at Brooxlyn. . ; Chicago at Boston. . St. Louis at New Tork. '. -' -Pittsburgb at Philadelphia. -: American- Leaf us. Wa'shington' at 'Detroit. ' ' Philadelphia at- t;uicgo. ........ ;. ... New York, at St. Iuls, .'. . , ' Boston at Clereiand. .... - lataraatienal Lcagtra. It-It: mo re af Rochester.- , t ..Richmond at Toronto. - - .Protldence at Buffalo. Newark at Montreal. Eastern Learu,. Springfield at Portland. ' wcrcester at Lawrence. - , Bridgeport at Hartford. . New Haven at New London. or of the commissioner of health. Four members of. the -council, inoluding the commissioner ot health, shall consti tute a quorum. ? , " t ' ' "zSetrr" $' Said council shall establish a sanitary -code, arid-from time to time amend the same. The sanitary code may provide for the preservation' and improvement " of the public . health. Each regul at'ion adopted toy said coun-r cil shall state the. date on .w-iich it takes .effect, and a copy thereof, sign ed by the Commissioner of health, shall be illed in the office of the secretary of the state, and a copy-shall be sent by the commissioner of health to each health 'officer, and shall be pu'blished in such manner as said council may determine. 1 Said council' ' shall have authority to prescribe the qualifica tions trt: the directors of bureaus and alt othM.afrpointees, shall submit biennially- to the governor a report with such -recommendations as It may dem advjfeatole. ... - Sec.' 6. The commissioner- of health shaili - employ " the most efficient -and practical means for the prevention and suppression of disease, and shall ad minister the' health' laws and the san itary code prepare rules and regula tions for the. council and, with the ap proval .of the council, appoint and re move ' directftrs of bureaus, deputies, Inspectors, and other employes-and fix their compensation. He shall have authority over health officials, and may for cause, and with the consent of the council, remove any local health official; 'he shafl acsisfand advise lo cal health officers in the performance of their, duties, and may . require the enforcement of any law, regulation or ordinance rei?tinr to public health, and, the health authorities, of this and other states, secure info-.Thation and data concerning the prevention and control" of epidemics and .conditions affecting or endangering the public health, and he shall compile such in formation and statistics and shall disseminate,- among health .authorities and the- people of -the etaite, such In formation as may he of value to them. He shall prepare printed forms for reports and returns, and such Instruc tions as may be necessary for the use of health officers, hoards of health end registrars. When requested bv local health . officers, she shall , visit ' their jurisdiction to investigate, consult and advise on any condition affecting pub lic health : - make, at least once each year, .an "inspection of all public hospi tals, asylums, prisons, schools and other InstituiMons and submit a report of his Investigations to" the council with such recommendations as he may deem, proper. The commissioner of health shall Investigate complaints of nuisances and conditions affecting the security of life and health in any lo cality, and for that purpose he or any person authorized hy him so to do may enter and examine any ground, vehi cle, apartment, building or place, and any person designated by hi mshall have the "authority conferred by. law upon constables. Said commissioner may employ such clerical and other assistants as are necessary, he may purchase necessary supplies and ma terials for' his department. Sec. 7. Sa'id department shall main tain bureaus of administration, vital statistics, reventable diseases, labora tories, sanitary engineering, foods, child welfare, publicity and medical licensure, with such other bureaus or divisions as the commissioner of health may from time to time deem neces sary. When expedient, a director shall be appointed to direct the work of any bureau, who shair. be under the con trol of and responsible to the com missioner of health. Sec. 8. Cities, boroughs or towns may consolidate for the purpose of forming sanitary districts. Such con solidation shall he accomplished in the same manner as consolidations, of fire districts, and the appointrrtajft of a health officer therein shall be by agree ment between the seleotmen or the city and boroutrh officials of the mu nicipalities voting to consolidate. Tf such health officers shall not he se- Your Pipe Never Argues With PipeTbbacco This brand is not a combination pipe-and-cigarette tobacco. It's a P-I-P-E tobacco exclusively and if you're a pipe-lover, that accent has just one meaning. Sliced for your pipe. In a curved red tin that just fits iff U the picket -LVp lected within 60 days from the con solidation of such distri?' the health officer shall be appointed hy the public health council. Upon the appoint ment of a health officer under the pro visions of this section, the terms of office of the health officers of the towns,-cities or boroughs forming such consolidation shall terminate. Sec. - 9. Any local healtr- officer, board of health, or official charged with the enforcement of the healtS laws shalt enforce or assist in the enforce ment of the sanitary code and such rules and regulations as may be adopted by the. council. Towns, cities and boroughs shall retain the power to adopt sanitary rules and regulations heretofore granted by statute, provid ed no rule or regulation hereafter adopted shall he inconsistent with thet sanitary code as adopted hy the public health council. In any emergency when the health of any locality shall be menaced, or when nny focal board of health or health officer shall neglevt or refuse to comply with the recom mendations of the state department of health; said department may er.'or:f 6Uch quarantine regulations as may be required for the protection of the public health. Sec. 10. County health officers shall prosecute any violation of any pro vision of this act. Any person who shall violate any provision of this act. or of the sanitary code, shall he fined not more than $100, or he imprisoned not more than three months, or both. NEW UNITED STATUS GOVERNMENT 3 i p. c mim To be Known a3 the LIBERTY LDkH These bonds will bs hsued in denominations as low a ZZ0. We will gladly receive $u'- jscriptions free of charge. Production of Rock Phosphate In creasing. The production of rock phosphate In the United States, which was curtail ed in -1914 and nearly cut in half in 1915, made a partial recovery in 131 According to figures Just compiler by the .United States Geoioprica Survey. Department of the Interior, from re ports received from al active produc ers In the country, the total quantity of phosphate rock sold in the Un!ted States in 19-16 was 1,982,335 long tons, valued at $3,413,499, in 1915. This is JEWETT Oil SAVINGS 7 R F. E. ROBINSON. Tr?a,. only about t tvo-' r.lr i 1 ' ilucrion of the rrvi.'tr-, The quantity of 1! rn phate t-xportcl in ! ! lontr tons, vniu"l .it J 9.000 tons 'ens thin in about fitip-fi " .i 'if Im ported in 191',. Traininq Corr.cs in Han-:. A voting W"m,:i i..t - service of the Na y n .1 : . . expert. We J-.nt kr v." weren't linMintTH han-! iil for nothing. (Jrand I ;;.; t !:- Simcox . Aldi ... 101 101 Bowling. 90 122 100 101 202 MAllister 96 Bibeault 108- 199 117 103 223 109 9S 87 95 182 97 134 105-108- 505 514 21-8 1019 130 549 96 539 264 220 207 231 226 1088 BILL CREATES STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Governor to Appoint a Commissioner for Term of 'Six Years. By a hill enacted by the general as sembly a state department of health is created to have the authority and per form the duties, now conferred . upon the state board of health. The act is as follows: Section 1. A' 'departmen't of health is created which ; shall have the au thority and perform the . duties now- conferred upon the state hoard of health. Such department shall consist of a commissioner of health and a public health- council, with such di rectors of bureaus and officials-as are hereinafter provided. ; - Sec- 3.- The governor shall appoint . commissioner of health who shaH be the 'administrative, head of the depart ment, and chairman of -the" public heaulh 'council. Such commissioner shall be a physician, graduated by an incorporated medical college recognized by one of the . medical examining boards of -this state, ' of ' at least five years' experience in aritual practice of hies profession,- skilled in sanftary sci ence and experienced in public health administration. : The term of office of the - commissioner of health shall he six yanre from : the first day of July following his- appointment. Tie shall not engage In any other .occupation. and shall 'he paid such compensation for -his -services' as the public health council- shall determine, and the ex penses Incurred In the performance of his duties, j-.-- - " Sec 3. . On . or before July -1, 117: the- governor -shall appoint six mem bers of the. public health council, art least three of whom' shall he physi cians,, and ' one a sanitary engineer. Two members of- such council . shall hold office from their, appointment un til the first -day of July, 1-919, fwo un til -the first-day of Jury, 1921. ahd two until the first day of July; 1S2-3. Tiie terms of office of memhers appointed in . J919 and- toiehnially thereafter shall b.e six years from the first day of July following their appointment. The gov ernor shall 'fill any vacancy. Memhers of the pufeyc . health council shall be paid their actuial fend necessary ex penses incurred irf the performance of official duties. ' Sec. i. Said council shall meet - at least once in three months, and at sucja other times as 5t' shall, determine or upon the request of any four memhers. Honest Advertising. 'pHIS is a topic we all hear now-a-days because so maDy people are inclined to cz ; aggerate. Yet has any physician told you that we claimed unreasonable remedial properties for Fletcher's Castoria? Just ask them. We won't answer it ourcchec, we know what the answer will be. . -That it has all the. virtues to-day that was claimed for it in its early diys b ti be found in its increased use, the recommendation by prominent physician.", and our assurance that its standard will be maintained. Imitations are to be found in some stores and only because of the Castoria that Mr. Fletcher created. But it is not the genuine Castoria that Mr. Fletcher Honestly advertised, Honestly placed before the public and from which he Honestly expectc to receive his reward. . resits li.SV. -Ki f PA- et Contents 15?luid Prachrrg mmm i ism fsssMM. una i 3TOfllVCB5 aim - mm ' mm mm ml neither Oram.MorptoeoK. n 1 tl Children Cry For m ConstipaUon and iart i lSsa.: ri Fwfishttess ana. WW 7ac-Simi'ie Si4n2Lof jaBifewwiDRCoriMor. rtrrWSEBjq? CH S 54;.: i Extracts from Letters by Grateful Parents to Chas. H. Ffetcfier. Mrs. John W. Derrick, of Lexington, S. C, S3ys : "My ch l ir-n cry for Castoria, I could not do without it. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gaines, of Ripley, Tenn., ray: "V.'e er.rlosc our baby's picture hoping it will induce some poor tired mothers to tr:.ve your Castoria trial. We have used it since baby was two weeks oht." Mrs. J. G. Parman, of Nashville, Tenn., Bays : "The pcrf -rt health of my baby ia dne to your Castoria the first and only medicine he J.as tik?n. He ia never satisfied with one dose, he always cries for more." Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Johnson, of Stevens Point, Wii., say : "V.'hen oir baby was two weeks old he cried so much we did everything for him, then got some Castoria and he is now strong and fat. We would not be -r. i: .t it, and are very thankful to you." GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS the Signature BEAH3 of Exact Copy of Wrapper.