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NORWICH, BULLETIN,
iATURDAY, MAT- Z4, 1913 1
IN3URANCE. ...
INStRANCfi
r-rpoi "VtYTHtfKr
INSURABLE
kUTHROP & SONS
E 24hetueket Sfc, Norwich, Conn.
PE1IPF0R PTUCMPCAR
I
IS
Louisville, Ky., - May 2 3. f1e thor
ouglibredsrrcvtrgwdj!d,sp the 'Wat han
dicap. even&SoMMisiMit- to the barrier
lAiVirniiMO.Wlk rani
to fighting It on the battlefield. Sieger
and Chase-and the rest, of those fast
semi-pros who were, so. nearly . defeat
ed (?) by St. Mary las! Sunday will
i . - -ilftWoliafl?"1 WId
!.The-FtRE INSURANCE COMPANLES
! this alincy -represents have earned the
PUBLIC'S CONFIDENCE by. SQUARE
: DEALING UNIFORMLY. ' You buy
INSURANCE, when we eerve you.
ISAACS.. JONES
Insurance end Real Et'ate Agnt
Rieharrf JBqildiiiO. . 91 Main Strit.
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CHARLES, D. FOSTER
FIRE INSURANCE
Tel. 78 v. ; i6i 'lViain St
All Stare and Baltic to Clash.
The A1J .Stars of Norwich will clash
with aay fast Baltic team Sunday af
ternoon 'at the Baltic grounds. The
All Stars haver never, met defeat tlm
year, while Saltic has. lpij one .game.
Manager 'Welsrier lias" secured a pit-
Jcher from ut of town'and exr&cts to
give the Baltic, fans a chance to see
good baseball. Manager Wiesner
r would like' to book games with any
fast team in eastern Connecticut.
loiParsley,
Lemons,
D ' Vaui Mower,"
10 .Mint.
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NORWICH FAMILY MARKET
FRV1TS AXD VEGETABLES.
Head Lettuce
, Hothouse, , ,
Torriatuee, "
C'abbager
Carrots., ; . .
Table, lb..
Onions ' '
Texas ' ' '
Potatoes, pk.,
lltor fianauas
Grapefruit,
Kg? 1'lant.
Tthubarb, lb.
Hunch Onions. i Strawberries
r.ed" Bananas, " V. ICuriy Lettuce, 10
L'ates, K-i:
.MEATS.
Pork :rTl,,t ii4fri "2
. I Spanish' 'Onions,
4 . .. lb.. 29
rLlross, del., " 15
U tiarlic. lb.. !5
6" FlgS..
4" Mushrooms lb..
Table Apples.
! .. t doz.,
o Asparagus,
r-rrhukid
ShnuieVr
- 'YtMfEUeS,
L'nined Href,
Pornv-hoiise
Stcaji,
Sir;ioinJ,
KlaA!khrat ' 'it rlit,nK'
r-nrokrti llama. 4i("lnde Hound.
. IShoulder - Steak,
o,L.i'rotT
Shoulders,
Legs. . . ...
Chops,
SnutaKe. : .'
Nat. Halt Pork.
Tin'krv. t0
Fowls,
(.'nickeiis. .
'"iulnchs. each, $1.2.1
Oipka; lb., '-. . HS
. .... I- 60
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lijufquartere, '48,C.ipnn
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N. F. A. L0SE34T0 SHORE" LINE
IN STIFF PRACTICE &AME
At the eleverith hour 'H-esterday
Wheeler sent' word to 'the rXcdemy
management that they would not' be
able to appear owing to thfe fact -that
their left -fielder was strlckeff-with sore
gums, following the5 extracti6n; of : tnJ
of his molar-' This letC the team in a
hole. ,
However, the Xewsfans. present.. en
joyed a "practice ganie petween the Is.
P. A., boys with Fitzgerald in..the.,,bpx
and some of the iibar & Line, mcn'lw-ho
felt that theyv needed lilua; worJC
OUt. . ' fa..... ; ,.,,Jl,.-.'f "-'
The Shore Line men, with the aid of
E. Salamoka an ex-big leaguer, "who
filled in at shortstop' to'"h'elp-'The "boj'd
out, breezed' -lr'ttbeatt'$$i'uifcorie' of,S'
to 5. : ' J--
Salamoka showed tMe high"" sch"6d
bovs how they do it in the-'big sliow
and they received soirie valuable poin
ters.
Simcox showe.d-.up. well In the. ip:
and gave the boyS an idea Of ' what
they would be up against when the
Shore Line and: Kt F. jA.' slash In the
second game - he series.-.'VThe Aca-
on 'in thir ftrtM
contest and e?ctijittlgro4ble"'Ti?om
them in the remaining games.
After this workout .the local youths
should be in fine trim ... for , today
game with, Burtiett'tUiai. Hftirtlett is
considered one"'of ' the!" fastest high
school nines in Massachusetts and
that means tfiaT'tSadiilSvftSay's colt
will have to bS itl Jen game every
minute in order to wii. .
Meek did ndt'fake va ery'5' acrtve
part in practices rrieay as" licls" sav
ing his soup bone for this afternoon
and if he pitches up to form he will
undoubtedly make the.-Webster crowd
100k like a last year s Panama,
i Salamoka has consented-.?. to .;. assist
I the boys fromthe bench, having, taken
I a strong liking for the' daSh and the
grtiii-'iicis ' .L nit; iu n nuc wu. n.
No seats will be resefVed for today s
game and the first to come will be the
first served. ' ' .
week and put up a game of. regular
dyed-in-the-wool ' WasebalT.1' ' Ashland
plays at the Submarine 'Bdse : ; today
and it is hoped that mis win give
them their much neeaa practice.
ed -to ' w4AWJtlf''Cliiircht endeavor to do the dohiebacK l this
uvwns luaiurruw. UWW tl, at Y -
cnth Kentucky tandicaif;.for three-year-olds
af Mpwrds:,-st 'a mile and
a-quarter tof'a piKze which carries
Jl,009 In addedsmpney. '. x
Interest cantors . tonight in.' Com
mander J. K. ,L. Jlpss.S' .CudgeJ.. the
mighty son of Broomsltck-Eugenia,
Burch, whlcK woif lt'last year; Exter
minator sensational t winnef ; of cthe
Kentucky Derby in 1918 for Willis
Sharpe Kilmer and Boyce Roots of the
A. K. Macomber Stable, which ' took
Cudgel'? measure'. In the King's coun
ty handicap, at Jamjaica . less. . Ihap a;
week ago. ' . . .. , t
Cudgel i3 ' given topweight, Yulca-
nite, which, led, the Jield in, the . Kent
tucky Derby" oil May 10th, is given the
lighest impost: Tne neia, weights and
jockeys of the declared entries are:
Cudgel, ISS-pounds, Sjande . lackey
Exterminator, 134 pounds,; Morys
jockey. ' . r .
She' Porter. 129 pounds, -. r jockey.
Midwav, 123 peunds, Thurber: jock
ey. ': ' ' --;
Royce Rools,, . 113. .pounds . uxton,
jockey. " ' . ,: ."' .
l Veeeu Iter, -1 12 Jjounds, . Grotft jp'qkey
Veavcrkill, " 108 , po4s,'. Eobihspn,
jockey.
Vulcanite, 101-pounds, i-Cv "Howard,
jockey. r " t ? ';i ..r.' .
St. Bernard, . 192- - .-pounds; : Poole,
jockey. "- " - - : '
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COLONIALS TO PLAY AT
, : STATE HOSPITAL TODAY
The Colonials wiT " play the fast
traveling Thermos team , at. the State
hospital ground Saturday ' afternoon.
Manager Woodmansee has signed
severaj new men in his effort to
strengthen- nis team. Most . promi
nent of these are Buck Shaan . and
Haringtoii of the . Pas,times. Either
Shea, Hopkins or . Shahan will draw
the pitching assigh4rien.t against , the
Thermos with Whalen or Red Lese
mann behind ie bit It is not Tcnown
who will work oar the slab 'for. the
Thermos but ..as - they .' have won
four straight games it is. most likely
that they will work pitir best man.
CAOOCK GAINS IN ARMY,
, NOW OVERWEIGHT
h New York, - May 23. Sergeant
Earle Caddock,!- world's rchampion
wrestler, of Anita, ;lowa, .was'-onc of
the oasual3 arriving today aloard the
Santa Elena, r -Sergeant Gaddock'was
given special leave to" return, home
tin account of the illness of his' wife.
On his way he learned that he was
the father of a boy. - After joining
his wife, he will go to his ranch in
South Dakota. Ho said that he was
much overweight and if he- found he
could not ' get into condition on his
ranch he would tpiit the wrestling
game. .' ;;,;i',-?:-
Why We Became Hudson Super-Six
Dealers
ST. MARY'S FAST "TEAM
, TO PLAY 'W EST "ENDS
The West EnlT'.basVba.ll, team have
organized for -the season ' arid ,.. will
play for their first -game, the fast
St. Mary's team of Jewetf . City,
gunday afternoon, on .the .Mohegan"
park diamond. The St. Mary's team,
has the reputation of being the fast
est amateur team of Eastern .Con
necticut and a good, game is sure to
be the outcome of Sunday's match.
T.he West Ends will , have for , their
battery, Zimmerman and Calkins,
..while t'he St. Mary'f team will use
the slugging pair, ..known as , the
Liberty brothers.
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Beet Ftee-s I Unti,
J16 IA01S.CO . . J 1 3.7; 0 13.00
Veal falvs. flogs.
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HIDEf. r.
Rteri, $UlVool fkins,
"ows, S!!'- Ib.
EuLs, ' Ji2 ('alvea,
,WoOl. ,
ASHLAND- PARHr.&OE'N-Ey
7 rOF BG GAME SUNDAY
. Ashlan wjlL , plaj,; kthie for buna. -All-Cojlegfans
Sunday at 'Ashland Park in
what is expectScfc'fo be "one of the fast
est games of the,,season. According-.to
I the statements floating around " this
team will be composed nb-t'-cwy' of
Fordham stutlcnTsrbut: some ' tif.'lhe
best. Irom Columbia -also..; Jhe,Fg -wiy
be all semi-pro "hi'eri' who on' "This "ac
count are not allowed to play on the
university team. And they tell us that
they will have ;;ome easy picking when
thev come down. tq .TeweH. City, for;, a
little easy money. Rut they've gouto
10 ! win to get it. and tnahy a general lias
.tiS . won his battle on a sheet of paper onlv
to find that he had lost when it came
BEAR CATS HAVE-TWO
WEEK END GAMES
Clanger Mills of the: Taftvijle . Bear
Cajs has . matched . his . team up
against two fast teams for the week
end. Saturday they are to journey
to Hanover to clah with the Han
over ball -learn. Sunday afternoon
at the Fair Grounds,, the Bear .Cats
Will cross bats with "(be Pastime. A.
'CThe teams are both fast' and' the
game should be an interesting qne.
. 1 " ,
Walloon ascension' At '" ''
BASEBALL GAME SUNDAY
Baseball fans at Killingiy will be
treated to real g:une Sunday after
noon when the fast Goodyear Cotton
Mills team will line up against the
Revere Rubber Company's team of
Providence. The management ' has
something new to offer in the line of
Outdoor sports on that day; There is
going to be a balloon ascension and
all the thrills usually connected with
the big gas bag will be there when
the balloon starts upward. This balloon
hi a-regular, and has been used at the
battle, "front for observation purposes.'
JAt-this ascension, however, the bal
loon 'will' not look for the enemies le-
'CationA"1at "Will bp Yised in" - tnimv
fliMcefifl pursuit's "''All'fans tif the to
tality 'are'" expected to be present to
roof 'for their 'home tenm a,nd ,hoj)e
to" eatry the honors siiy" high." " ' ,
TAFTV1LLE TO MEET
;'-.;!-" u ..-' " PLAIN FIELD TODAY
The Taftville first team will x-clash
with the strong ball pelting team from
Plainfield- on the home grounds this
iafterjioon. The local" te's.m have got a
stjrrrfise In the shap of iJew ont
field'tir, an they Fay he Is- there." The
battery for the Plainfield team will be
Hamel and Babe Adams, both secured
FINANCIALCANOieOMMERCIrf
6 Bell-ans
Hot water
Sure Relief
B
ELL-ANS
FOR lNBHt.anw
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M ' -,:vELT ACTIVE AND STRONG.
Nf'W York, May J3.-Optisimtis. trade
prospects entertained by leaders'" of
money rates and prospective modifi 1
cation of the peace treaty were.fi?f
most noteworthy contributions to to
day's active and strong margefe' s - i.
fntil the final hour, when the 'up
swing of prices became mom. gemeral,,
the session was in most 'csenSials a
duplicate of the preceding day. The
undertone was one 4uq ui&t-cdn&daaac,
and aside from the gyrations of a few
specialties the advance was almost
continuous. iw-i-.".-.,.-j.'.-'-
The movement focussed largely
around steels atyjl itindcei shares, io
eeiving its greatest tnomfentilrit' wm
the addres of Elbert H. Gary before
the American Iron and Steel Institute
in which he predicted', jjrosproife Prtj
ditions for that industry. " '' ' "
V. S. Steel rose steadily to 107, a
gain of four points and it tnaximum
of the year, the independent- group
gaining two to six points. Motors,
which depend on-ha trejjd of 'the-steel
market, also recorded many substan
tial advances, extending to 15 points
in Chandler. .. v-.-w-:--e-'"'-'-j'i--'v
Rails were among the leaders In
point of activity ;an' strength; at one
period . of the session,- although their
rise was comparatively moderate, but
shippings and oils denoted further .sell
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CARRY
QUALITY '
A? WELL - .
AS PRICE ;
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When you go,Straw Hat buy
ing, carry quality in your
mind'e eye as well as the
prices, for -value can only be
measured by service and
ityle. -
Hats of Quality
MACPHERSON
QUALITY CORNER
Oopotite Chelsea Savinaa , Bank, .
ing for tarofits.
- Proposed legislation" of a,' protSctfve
character was helpful to the chemical
shares, food issues rising in sympa
thy. Metals, leathers and itotacjos
were more restricted in their move
ments, but utilitigs. . derived fur.th.er
strength from the express companies
division in which gross advances of
two to six points were partlyijeanceHyt
ed. Sales amounted to l,3a0,000 shares.
Bonds as a whole were firm,,, but,
some ot tne speculative? rails r made
moderate concessions b'h small offer
ings. Total sales, par value, aggre
gated $10,875,000. Old U. bonds
were unaltered on call. "-
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For years we,- as well as you, no doubt,
have admired the ' achievements ' of the
Hudson Super-Six. We were first attract
ed to this world-famous fine car by its
speed-way records then by what owners
told us of their cars.
A car that could win so many victories
must be- superior,, we thought. Then
came the trans-continental tour. A Hud
son touring car. crossed and' recrossed the.
continent in 10 days and 21 hours a
record for tune each way never equalled.
AS YOU MUST HAVE FELT
Our admiration for the Super-Six grew
greater still when we. read of its climb to
the top of dike's Peak leading twenty
other specially built cars.
And then the praise we heard on every
side about the Super-Six determined us to
get the Hudson franchise for this territory.
It was not easy.
Hudson dealers must conform to certain
high standards. Everywhere they must
be the leading dealers with the largest
sense of .responsibility and aggressiveness.
Hudson dealers have the finest stores.
They give the best , service. Only after
proving that we measured up to that
, standard were we chosen.
And it is a matter of pride that Hudson
selected us. Jt takes us into the associa
tion of the type of automobile merchants
who lead. It is a great company's recogni
tion of our fitness to serve you.
Today the Hudson Super-Six leads all
motordom in endurance and performance.
Its exclusive type motor, minimizing fric
tion and vibration as it does, gives the
Super-Six reserve energy never called for
in ordinary service. -.
" - IT IS THE PATTERN CAR ft
In style and design the Hudson Super-Six
has long been the pattern car. Its lines
are always years in advance. What is the
current model this year was the Hudson
model of a year or more ago.
Come in and see th Hudson Super-Six
at our store. There are 60,000 in service.
Every road knows the Super-Six but it is
well to refresh your impressions of it in
an examination and ride in the present
models.
Barrett-Hudson Co., White's Court
jERNEST WHITE, Manager, L. R. ETHIER. Salesman
Phone 1142
Tr-Ffiri- l.fl'TW""?-1
from 'Willimantlc. The locals boys
will send in Peltier and Anderson to
match them. Both teams have good
recoKUs for the season thus far and a'
good game is looked for.
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BASEBALL RESULTS.
' - YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
, National Lrafue.
St. tx-uii (1, New York T.
Pirt.buryii 4, l:rooi:l-u ti .
t'lilt-aio 2. Philadelphia f.
Cincinnati 10. B"6tcn 4.
( Aineriean Leaius.
Neir York tl. Chie-20 5.
' rv.-U-n-Uclrc.it fralu'. '-
I'liiadelphia-CICTeiand (rainl.
WhinsrUin-St. Louis (raiul.
- Inlernational Leaiue.
At Toronto .1, Tta'ttrnTe S. (First fame.)
mnie 1. Trn.n'o 3 (rt-ronl -ame).
M P.uffirio-Rendirs (rainl.
Ac' Rin-4wmton-Jer-e5 Cite frain),' ' '"
At. Eehcster-Xewarii. fralnl.
V. American Asaaciatiw.
At Indianrpolui-Tolcilo (rain).
At luisTilie-CoI'jmbus (wet srouni-l.
At MiniieapoHa 2. Kansas City 7.
At SI. Paul 1. Milwaukee I.
Eattern League.
W-reeiter 7i. Walerbury 9.
ritlfU'M 10. I!r:.l epn-t 5.
Pr nidenco 5. Hprinefleld S.
Hartff.rd-Xew Haten (wet grounds).
Colleae Games.
At TTanoTer. N. H. Boston Coil-fa 5.
raomh 0.
M Syi."7tpe. N". T. UniTerf.il?
Hi'.milli'n 0.
At Mi'Mi-bn-T. Vt. Jliddilbury
Affri. Crllpje 5.
shortstop, sprained his ankle in the
third inning and may be out of the
game f or rsome time. ': - Score :
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an ft po a e
Pick.t'b
Klack.rf
Hollorber.ss
Lear. 2b
yaskort.ef
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lit'' ilduff
Itailey.p
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Chieaao- (N)
ao h po'
4 2 a
4
4
0 3
1
1 2
5. Darth-
Srracufe 1,
0 Pc-aree.2b
Wiiliams.ct
1 M-uset.lf
l fTudenis.lb
0 CraTath.rf
1 Balrd."b
0 Stckiiur.M
t' Wliitted.Cb
a Adams c
1 0 Smith. p
0 0
0 3; Totals
1 1
2 13
1 1
0 1
0 2
;l 11 27 14 1
.;.! 4 It
2! 15. 4 :
(xl Batted for Alexander in th.
'ml lir.'.ted fcr Ilendtix In Stli.
Ch'.cuso 0 0 0 1 0
riiilade'.nnii .. 2 0 1 2 2 0
Two base hits. Pick, Cravath. Tiires
Crataiii and. Pcarce.
Pi pp. lb
P.aker."b "
Pratt. 2b .
Lewis.lf
Bodie.cf
Ruel.a
Shawkfy.p
xHalas
aiO'Doul
4 8 a 0
4 4 12
4 1
4
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10 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 111
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2 0 JaekfOli It
3" Felscb.of
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0 0 Risberl.M
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4 1 S 4
3 2 10 0
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4 15 4 0
2 2 .1 1
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Tolala 29 lit :
11 0
Totals 33 9 24 11 2
i liatted tor Kuel in 9th.
(iiV liatted lor .Shiwkcy in 9th
Score yb iuni,iaa:
Y-:': 0 0 0 0 0 0
Clueaio 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
Two base hits. Baker and Jaok-on.
New Haven Out of many reports of
changes and acquisitions at apd to the
plant of the "Winchester Repeating
Arms company here, under a reorgan
ization, there came this week an.
ls: noun cement of purchase bv it of the
iagie pocket Knife company, a local
concern employing 120 persons.
0 0 X 7
base hits.
PFEFFER WINS SEVENTH
STRAIGHT VICTORV
Brooklyn, X. Y., May 23. Brooklyn
defeated Pittsburgh today. 6 to 4,
Pfeffer winning his seventh straight
victory. Score:
GAMES TODAY.
. '4atienal lesuc. '
Cincinnati at Bof-n.
Ciilvaso at Plula'ielphla.
St. lxmls at Nrw Ti-rk.
Pittsburgh at Br-'kly:i.
Amerieai Leafot.
WithinCm at St. Lonia.
riiiiatleipilia r.t Cl(Te!ai;rf. '
-New "York at Chiciffo.
Boston at Detroit.
Eastern Leaiiia.
Prorldcre? at Springacid.
New Haven at Hartford. '
Bridgeport at Plitsfteid.
Waterbury at Worcester
Bigbee.cf
Terry.sa
! Stengel, rf
'' S'tliwr,rth.lf
H'ut.-,haw,2b
Massaclrvetto galer.lb
Boeckel..:b
. I SweTiey.c
) Milier.p .
i Hi'.l.p
Pittsburgh (N)
n po
0 1
2 2
1 2
1 10
1
1 3
t ft
0 0
Broetlyn (N)
a i ii k po
o Olson. ss 3
5 l'Ms'.2b 3
1 (i Griffilli if 3
0 0jVhcat.lf 3
2 O'M.vers.cf 4
1 OlK. nctvl'y lb 3
1 i' . He lima n dt. 3b 4
Knieger.c 3
M. Wheat c 0
PfefTer.p 2
xjuhnuton 1
wAScBALL SUNDAY, MAY 25Tri
ON ASHLAND PARK GROUNDS
ASHLAND V. A. VS.
FORDHAM ALL COLLEGIAN!
ASHLAND BATTERY
RIEGERND CHASE
Game Called at 3:30 P. M.
FOLLOW THE ARROWS
SUNDAY GAMES.
' National Leatoe.
Xo games scheduled.
American Leagus.
Washingtyin at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Detrrlt.
Xew York at St. Louis.
Boston at Cleveland.
Eastern League.
Pittsburgh at Waterbury.
Springfield z Xew Haeen.
Worcester at Providence.
Hartford at Bridgeport.
LEAGUE STANDINGS.
National League.
W.
15
STOCKS
Sales. '
lOlta ahi, rhalmer
t"0 Allla Chalmer pr
100 Am Beet Sugar ViTvTV;?"-!
7nn Am fan
210 Am Car fc T ..
4"-tt Am Cotton Oil ..
1 "00 Am Fxrress , . -
47,a Am H ft I.
ln Am I! ft 1. sr .
1600 Am liOcomo ., .
2.oa-Am SmHtlns ..
00 Am Smelt pr ..
t'aon Am Si-gar
H"0 Am Til ft Tel ..
Brian Anaeonda .. .,
000 At-hlson ...
t Atchison pr . . . .
lien Ba't ft Ohio ..
20 Bait ft Ohio pr
7?M Beth Steel B . .
1000 Belh Steel pr
4200 Brooklyn R T '.!
100 Brook R T rtfj ',
4" Unite Ci ft a ,.
. 80 Butte ft Sup .'
I 00 Can Paeifte . .
10100 Cent Leather ..
ino Cent. leather pr .
!-0 Cand Motr ..
, 1.71(10 fries ft Ohio ..
!3et Chle ft h-irat .
i , ;
High Tw. CliKe.
43 4! 42'J
?4 !H P4
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10214 lOlt 02'i
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34' ' S8t 5 SXt
122 120V. 122
81?l 80'; HI
,. 79 7I---4 79
107H 107 1(17
132',, 1S1H 192
106 !r,n 10-"'i
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87 K'i 96"4
S3ii 3sai
S8 . .1? 58
79 7',i 79
.......112 lliai 111!
..l(t- 1(W rm i in'y
. . 92 91 '4 91 i I Sept
..111',. 111'i llt',4 1 OATS
..181 1 180 I . May
.. 07 . ecu 7 1 Jul!
..101 1MV4 -1W1 ' .Sept.
..11. -.'4
. ..'?9'i
114
103'!
11-.;
89',j
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9
114
10074
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89 U
68
MONEY. '
;Xew York. Mayj 23. Call money
easier; high ii 1-2: low 4; ruling rate
5- cjpsinb bid 4; offered at 4 1-2; lat
toHv:. 1-2; bank acceptances 4 1-2.
COTTON. ;!
York. May 23. Cdton "fiMres
nriened barely steady. "May 30.15: July
"J..S7:, Qctobr 28.80; December. 2S.40;
.jaritifiry 28.15. - t - f - -i
Cotton spot quiet; middling 31.55. '
4" ' IISERTY BONp.VJs 7 V '?
SUn. 1"47
l't is. L'iT ....
M-4,- i4S
lt "4'is. 1947 .,
2d 4ii. 1I2 ..
3d 4".. 19:'S .,
4U 4i;'v 193S
High.
. "9.04
. 95.C8
. 94.71
. 90
. 93.12
. 97.9(1
97, eo
ft 90
95.78
9S.
rt"e
99. (?
i.42
Si. 00
Quoted in dollars and renin per $100 bend.
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CHICAGO CHAIN MAnfttET.
Pi-H.
i79i;
nn-n.
.1787-;
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.137-:
f9H
H'.-H
.1".8',4
70
C8'i
63
17S'l Itnaj
1H2-- n;.
13814, r, 13S
,; Jf9?'2
07
K'A
(4
S8
X'ew York
(incfr.nati 15
Brooklyn .... 13
Pittsburgh 11
Philadelphia 9
Chlcaeo 11
St. Iiuis 5
Boston 4
American League.
W.
Chicago 18
Oleieland U
Xew York 11
St. Louis .1 10
Rosfc n 0
Washington 8
Detroit 8
Philadelpiiia 4
r
ii
9
12
17
14
I..
11
11
14
Pet.
.tire!
.50
.5'io
.500
.478
.2!
.750
1
0 1
2 1
2 1
1 5
0 10
1 4
0 0
0 1
0 0
Tc-gals C S M 1
Totals 30 8 ;
( Ran for hrueger.in SUi.
Score by innings:
r.tisburgh 2 0 0 0 9 0 0 2 -4
Brooklyn .. . . ..tf 0 0 0 0 0 0 fi s
Two br.se hits. Sw .-my. Griffith, Z. Wheat, Krueg
er. Home run. Cutfhaw.
GIANTS INCREASE LEAD
IN LEAGUE STANDING
New York, May 23. Xew York
won from St. Louis today by a score
of 7 to 6. Score:
St. Louis (N)
New York (N)
b :ii pa a e ab h n a r
Shotton.lf .5 3 2 0 0. Burns if 4 2 4 o 0
Schultz.rf 4 0 2 0 OToui.g rl 110 10
Stoek.7.b 4 2 11 0 Chase, I b 4 2 11 2 II
Hnrnyby ss 5 3 II 1 0 lloyle.2b S 0 2 4 1
Paulette.lb 5 19 10 Kaud' cf 4 2 10 0
Mc'Heniy.ef 4 2 3 0 0 Z'crmin,: 2 0 3 2 u
May.p 0 0 1 0 1- Iclchcr.sn 3 1 4 3 11
Miller,2b 5 2 2 1 0 McCarly.c 3 113 0
Snydtr.c 2 1 3 2 0 Bentcn.p 2 0 6 10
Hilhoefer.c 10 10 0 Duboc.p 10 110
lioak.p 30130
Sn-.ilh.cf 1 1 . 0 0 0 Totals SU 3 27 17 1
xHeathcote 1 l 0 0 0
. , t
Totals 40 17, 21 10 0
HI Hatted fjj.- May In 9th.
Score by inings:
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 S 0 6
Xew TorS -,: ..I) 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 . x 7 j
Train For Business Life
Don't be a putter-off. Remember that
good intentions without action spell dis- 1
aster. ' Enroll in our new classes and fit
yourself for worth-while service.
Day and Night Sessions. Afternoon
Sessions and Saturday Afternoon Classes.
Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeeping
Jcwett Business Schoo
Business Office, Room 303
Thayer Building, Norwich, Ccnn.
Two base hit. Paulelte. T.iree base hits. KautT.
(21, Shotton. Home runs, Shotton. Chase, Fletcher.
BRAVES DROP ANOTHER
REDS HIT HARD AND SAFE
Boston, lla'y ' 23. Cincinnati batted !
Keating and Fillingim hard today
and defeated Boston, 10 to 4. Score:
4 2
4 1 2
Eastira League.
Worcester . ,
Proridenee ,
Bridgeport .
Waterbury .
Plttsfteld ..
Springfield .
Xew ,Haten
Hartfunl ...
'" - Cincinnati (N) Best en (N)
.:Z i ab h po a ab h no
1" Itath.Sb 4 2 2 3 M'aiiTllle.ss 5 2 2
Xraie.lt 4 2 4 0 O Hrrang.Sh
4 ' 2 0 1 Powell rf
4 1 2 0 Riggert of
a 1 3 o 0 Crultv.uT 3 2 2
5 1-9" 0 t He.lkr.lb 4 0 12
9 a S 0 Smith".: b " 4 0 5
T, S I t Wilson. c 10 8
3 1110 Tr g-sacr c 3 0 1
Keatlng.n 0 0
50 15 27 It I Fi'liiigim.p
.474
Groh.Cb
-V Rnufdl.cf..
I Keif.ss
Uauberl.l.
Cuetci.rf
H'ingo.c
Luque.p
Pet.
.714
.714
.571
.571
.7,00
.333
.'
CRAVATH'S HITTiNG GIVES
PHILLIES FIVE RUNS
rhiladciphia. May 23. Cravuth
found Alexander for a single, double
and triple,-- driving in five of Phila
delphia's runs in Chicago's inagural
game Here today, which the 'Phillies
won, J to '2. Hendrjx replaced Alex
ander m the sixth. - George Smith
pitched is Hrst game for Philadel
phia and the Cubs were never dang
erous,' P.ixey signed a con
tract and will report to'the Phillies
aibout June 1. . Sicking, the local
Totals
M'Puillan.p
xiBiackuu's 1
0 0
1
1 0
Totals 34 9 !7 14 1
tx) Batted for Fillingim in rih.
ixxt Batted for McQuillan in 9th.
Score by innm;c, -
Cincinnati -.-;- 31 0 1 0 10
Boston 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 04
Two base hits. . Cuete. IjOfjue. Hath. Herzfg. Three
base litt, 2laralmlle. Home run, cruise. .. . v
YANKEES AGAIN SHUT OUT
1 BY WHITE SOX; SCORE 5 TO 0
Chicago, May 23. Chicago today
gave New York its second shutout,
5 to 0. ' Score:
Naw York (A)
ab. h no a
Ylek.rf 1 0 0 1 l iafko
i-npaugn.aa I t i l.viea
Ctiiciina (A)
Ab h po
if 4 0 2
i,b 4 i
AMERICAN PINE PRODUCTS
CORPORATION
10 d I
Nun-Assessable Capital Slock
PRICE 1.25
The demand for the products manufactured by this corporation
is far in excess of the present production; in fact orders are av.-ti'abl
now which the American I'ine Products Corporation could not ui. in
two years' time.
Out of present earnings dividends of 12 .per annum, payal!e
1 monthly are being paid.
The stock is a steady dividend payer, with wonderful possibilities
in the way of increased earning power and consequent increased value
of the stock itself.
.We recommend the purchase of this stock to conservative in
vestors at the present price. '
Circular on request
Fox, Nicholas, Truesdell Co.
902 CHAPEL STREET Telephone polony 3120
. New Haven, Conn.
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