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FINANCIAL Af'D COMMERCE Bait & Ohio Bait & Ohio pr Beth Steel (B) ''' . BTCSSSIQV STOCKS. r"'Nw Tort Nov. 14. Speculator for the decline, forced recessions of on to nearly nvC .points In a majority of the active issues in today's stock market, nefcig aided by heavy liquidation on the tart of discouraged holder of ions stock sad the closing out of the accounts of a larse brokerage house, whose failure was announced this afternoon. 1 Tm average price of both rails and industrial 1n today's market was ap proximately equal to the bottom of the Jaw b-eak. which marked the first se rious rruption to the bull movement which gan in August, 1921. for the In dustrials and a few weeks earlier for tbs rails. Slightly more than one-third et the' maximum bull advance -has been assist lied to date. , : - As in the case of yesterday, there was vh-tnally-nothing in the day's news to accmut for the acute weakness of prices, lbs i election results, possibility of un favorable tax, legislation, the Trnkisb crisis, failure of the Berlin reparations enferehos. the weakness 'of foreign bonds and the calling, of loans by some of the large batiks all nave had. a cumulative effect m the development of bearish sen- Mtaeots. All recent efforts of bull oper ators to. rally the- list have been futile because of their inability to g the small Investor back into . the market. CC- 8. Steel, which established a new high for the year at 111 1-2 about a month, ago and came within a point of that ficure last week. . droDoed as low as 11 1-J today, later rallying to 103 3-8, iweat isonti pr or 1, 1-J points below last night's close. ! Great North Ore Crucible continued to yield in reflec- Hupp Motor Car uon 1 of speculative disappointment over I Illinois Cent 48 61 67 i Beth Steel 6754 win oieei cu pr ... 86 Brook Rap Tr 16 Brook R X ctf .... 14 y, Butte Cop & Z .... 7 Butte & Sup 30 V, Canadian Pac .. ..142'4 Cent Leather ...v. 35 Cent Leather pr ... 73 Chandler Motor ... 60 '4 Ches & Ohio ...... 72 Chi Gt West 4 Chi Gt West pr ... 12 Chi M & St P 26 Chi M & St P pr .. 404 Chi & N"west $2 Chi R I & p 88V4 Chile Copper ...... 27 Chino Copper 2i Cosien . 48 Cosden pr .......100 Crucible Steel ... 70 Crucible Steel pr .. 94 Del & Hudson 126 Dome Mines ..... 41 Erie 12 fcrie 1 pr ... xf Erie 2. pr 13 Fisher Body - 152 Fish Bo.;y (O) pr. . 94 Gen Electric 174 Gen Elect spe 10 Gen Motor 14 Gen Mot Deb 82 Gen Mot Deb 7 p c 97 88 34 20 109 te annual report, which showed yield ' Insplra Cop 34 O reflection of speculative disappontment over, the annual report, which showed a deficit of approximately $6,500,000, to day's net loss being 5 7-8 points, Mld aJe dropped nearly three points and .Lackawanna yielded 1 1-4. but the losses to . Bethlehem B an J Republic were held ! Lehigh Valley within fractional limits. ! Maxwell Mot A . t The sharp nine point break in North Mex Petrol . ... American, nearly all of whLh came in j Miami Copper . . . the first halt hour, was construed as-MStP&SSM Int Harvester 103 Int Mer Mar ..1 12 Int Mer Mar pr ... 49 Int Paper 53 Int Paper pr sta .. 73 Kennecott 32 speculative disappointment over the form nv which another distribution of treas ury assets Is likely to be made to share holders, one report stating that another stock issue was in prospect. Cohsolt- Gas and Columbia Gas broke more four points each for the same rea- . Low price ' rails were subjected to heavy sellir.g pressure on the theory that their market conditon had become appre esbly weakened by the recent reacton. Krle Issues were .particularly hard hit, I Pierce Oil pr tne common getting cown to 10 6-8 and ! Ilay Con Missouri K & T Mo K & T w 1 Mo K &T pr w I. . . Missouri Pacific . . Missouri Pacific pr Nat En & St N Y Central N T N H & H ... Norfolk & West . . . North Pacific .. . Penn R R Pierce Oil dosing at 11. a net loss of 1 1-4 points. and the second preferred yielding 1 5-S oa the day. VWeetern Maryland second preferred fell hack nearly three points and losses of osja to more than two points were sus tained ..by Western Pacific, Rock Islan.l, St- -Paul, common and preferred, Chica go Great Northern preferred, and Mis souri Pacfic common and preferred. Dv kiend paying rails offered better re sist erice tn the early part' of the ses sion, . but later they reacted with the rest, New York Central dropping two points, Heading 1 5-8, Northern Pacific 3- 5-8, Atlantic Coast Line 5, Lackawan na 4, and Atchison 1 1-2. . -. Mexican Petroleum, once the stormy petrel of the market, dropped eight points en a turnover of less than 1,700 shares. Houston Oil continue J in free supply, dropping nearly four points, while Stand ard Oil of New Jersey, California Pet.-ol-am and the; Pan-American Issues were (T 1 to 2 points. General Asphalt climb ed a 'point; - " - '-'-'.'. Some of the additional weak spots were American Express, American Car. Amer ican Snuff, Calumet and Arizona, Jersey Oantral, Dopant,' Kresge, Sears Roebuck and United Drug, the declines ' Tunning from four to ten. .points. Fisher Body was the outstanding strong spot, gaining seven; points. Total sales were 1,296,000 shares, t Call money o; encd and held at S per sent, throughout the; cay. Time money continued at 5. per cent, with renewals (tomprlsing .most of the business. Little sew. commercial paper is. cou..ng into the market, the . bulk ' of prime names eoromanding 4 3-4 percent. ' v-Wire Uudiuations markej the foreign exchange market,' early s.rengih be.nj follower .by , a period of aule' weakness, BartlcuptC,rll . In - continental rates. De mand sterling-ruled just .un er $4.47, ilia (French,, francs, after .touching 6.85, trapped back to t.6H.'. .. Reading Ray Con . . . . Rcpub I & St Rep I & St pr 8i) . 47 219 25 T4 . 67 . 10 . 16 . 41 . 17 ..49 . 63 . 95 . 26 .117 . 82 . 47 . 5 . 43 . 13 . 80 33 47 44 61 66 655 98 16 13 ?Vi 29 140 34 72-,. 67 70 4 11 25 38 83 83 26ffl 23 46 100 65 93 124 40 10 i' 12 147 93 172 10 14 82 97 85 33 20 109 33 102 11 48 49 72 31 62 42 210 25T4 64 10 15 40 17 46 62 92 24 115 79 46 4 42 12 77 . 32 46 80 22 61 44 61- 66& 65 96 16 13 7 29 140 TAO Ur3 "WONDER, CAPSULES Quick Relief for Indignation, Dyspepsia and Constipation ' Perots stDrugibrfoww from fcqueaCapeuleCcIixPiaGsburs.N.Y. Engler's Broadway Pharmacy, iMor wich;. Taftville Pharmacy, Taftviile; Bourroughs' Drug Store, Danielson; Chas. H. Carey, Jewett City. 1 n&Aiwsrv&sn ednesday Specials South Pacific 9J 89 south Railway .... 2. South Ry pr 62 Tenn Copper . 8 Tobacco iTod . ..51 Tob Prod A 80 Union Pac 142 Union Pac pr 38 U S Rul ber 51 (J S Rubber pr .... 93 U S S:cel 105 U S Steel pr 121 Weet Un Tel 110 West'house A Bk westnouse .. Willys O'land . . Willys O'land pr Worth Pump . . . Worth Pump A . , ; ; '.'; .' stocks. .' .:, ' w 7,Jrt following is . a summary of the Csnsact tons . on the New tork Stock Ex- dtange up to S P. M. 431 1 Chera "; . . i. Ada . Chalmers . . Aliis Chal pr . .i, An Ag Chem ... Am Beet Sugar , . Am 1 Bosch -Mag. . Am 'Qan ... r .'. . . An .Can' pr Am -Car & F3y . Am Cotton -Oil :. Am Cotton Oil pr; Am Hide & L ... Am Hide 4 L pr Am Tel .&. Tel ... Am ' Tobacco . . ' Am Woolen Anaconda Cop .. Associated Oil . . Atch T A S F ., tch T ft S F pr Wen - .,113 ' ... 41 .. 4 . . 64 .. -...36 . . . . ,34 71 ,. ..-111 ..180 .. 19. ...4lVi-.. ... ll-Ti .. 67 ,i . . .123:fl ..149 .. .. 48. ..113 ..102 .. 2 Low 113 ... . 39 .61 61 35 .33 68 111, 175 '19 .41.. 11 66 12' 146 92 '47 113 100 92 Close 113 .89 61 . 61 35 -34-68 111 175 19 41 11 66 121 147 92 47 113 Ml . 92 . - V ... . . " if ? wV.'U A I 1 i't V -V ?l I g 1 r 96 59 ' 5 40 33 83 49 78 140 . 36 50 96 102 121 109 96 57 5 33 32 86 72 53 71 4 11 25 38 83 83 26 .24 46 100 65 94 124 41 10 1Y 12 152 93 172 10 14 82 97- 85 33 20 108 33 102 11 48 50 73 ' 31 62 43 213 25 64 10 : 15 40 17 - 46 62 93 24 115 79 46 4ffi 42 12 77 I 33 . 46 83 83 23 61 8 -49 79 140 36 50 96 103 121 109 98 68 5 39 32 86 a bushel on wheat. The market clos ed unsettled, at the same as yesterday's finish to 1 '5-8c higher, December 1.17 5-8 to 1.17 7-8 and May 1.15 1-2 to 1.15 5-S. Corn gained l-2c to 1 3-8 cents and oats l-8l-4o tO l-25-8c In provi sions the outcome varied from 15 cents decline to a rise-of 10 points. Strength-in. Italian exchange was Bald to be particularly associated with higher prices for November delivery of wheat at Duluth and' Winnipeg. . In Chicago, the December . delivery was in much greater request than -May or. July, and the trade practically v ignored announcments that Italy in order to , curtail consumption proposes to relmpose an import duty of 30' cents 'a bitshel and. also place a heavy . .tirHat- . tal!iR sejilin?cr:t here . was given further - impetus by big clearances of 'domestic wheat from Amer ican ports today, 1,198,000 bushels.. Persistent ' upturns In Liverpool quota tions did a good deal to lift wheat values here- during the: early dealings, and . so likewise ;did continued mieasihcss regard ing the Turkish situation. On the ad vance. May reached within l-8c -of the high price record for the- 1922 crop, de spite primary: receipts double, those of a year, ago and notwithstanding favorable conditions over the entire winter wheat belt as a result of the we weather. Corn and oats ascended with wheat. December corn going to, a new high price record for the season. Scantiness of corn receipts here was a factor. Provisions average! lower in response to a decline in the hog market. Sirloin, Round, Porterhouse FRESH CREAMERY STEAKS, lb.. . 19c j BUTTER, lb.. . 42c large: sugar cured SMOKED SHOULDERS, pound.. 10c pHE gORT! HflTCHELL P I Sliced Sugar Cured SPECIAL SELECTED HAMS, lb 29c EGGS, doz ... 30c HALF HAMS TO Every ESg Good BOIL OR ROAST, lb. 20c ntT,kr, , ,.T n rt , ' PURE SILVERLEAF LEAN POT ROAST VtC BEEF, lb 10c LARD, 2 lbs... 25c FINE CHUCK ROAST SWIFTS lb. BEEF, lb 12V2C Oleomargiorine 25c HSaaOTBSSSSSSSSSSSaBSSMMSnHBBSMSMKBSSiiaBMISaMSMSSSM)aaBaaMaSM ALL WEEK CANNED MILK Chicago Oram Market. Wheat High Low. Close. Dec ... 118 116 117 May ... 116 115 115 Juy .... 106 105 . 105 Ooro Dec. .... 70 .68 "69 May .... .70 69 - 69 July ... 69 68 69 Oats - Deo. ... 4JX 42 42 May ... 43 42 " 42 . July ... 40 39 39 Local Wholesale Market Tall Can Evaporated MILK, 2 cans 21c Challenge Condensed MILK, can. . . 14c Eagle Brand Condensed MILK, can. . 20c .A Very Special Sale of Notions and Small Wares Is Now In Progress Here Are Some of the Special Offerings Furnished by - the Marketing Bureau of the- State' Soard. of Agriculture to the Norwich Bulletin. Good demand: A?i!es, potatoes lettuos. Conn. eggs. , - . . Fair demand : Oranges, cranberries, celery, cabbage, turnips parsnips, car rots. '. . , Poor demand - Beets, , squash,, onions, fowl, veal, '. . . FruUa and Vegetable. SWIFT'S YEARLING Lamb Legs, lb. 25c FOREQUARTERS Lamb, lb 15c Loin Lamb, lb. 18c TO ROAST Lamb, lb 10c FOR STEWING LEAN, NICELY CURED 1 Corned Beef, lb. 7c SALT SPARE RIBS, lb... .. 12t2c Salt Pork, lb... 15c BO ST) MARKET. New York, Nov. 14. Bond prices crumb in all sections of the list In today t, ujrid market in response to furth er heavy liquidation on the part of large and small interests. Renewed weakness of foreign government securities preci pated the drop to lower ground, French 8's again falling to a new low record. - Breaks of 3 1-2 points each took place in Czecho-Slo'.akian S's, Brazile 7's and Copenhagen 5 1-J's, while losses of 1 1t2 to 2 3-4 were noted in Dutch Bast Indies 6's of 19S2 and 1947, Prague 7 i.-2-s, Anton. Jurgen 6 s, United Kingdom 5 1-2's of 1937, T3!:io 5 s. Paris-Lyons-ledilerranesn 6 s, Frenc.i 8 s, Rio Ja- ctrio. 8 certilcates an-i Cuba railroad -. s. - . Scores of raflroal msrtrrases droppetT a point Or more. Some oi the outstand ing weak spots, zil at l.sses of 2 to 3 1-2 points, were the Erie prior lien .4's and convertible 4's, Series D, Seaboard Air Line adjustment 5 s, Frisco income 6's, and adjustment 5's, Baltimore and Ohio gold 4's and Pennsylvania general 4's. v ... Losses in the industrial group were not as -extensive although Suth Porto Ri co Sugar 7's sold off 3 points and Cerro De Pasco 8's. Kayser 7 1-2 s, and Gen eral Eiectric 5"s 1 1-2 to 2 points. The weak spots in the traction . group were. In -terboroush 5's and certificates 5's and Hudson and Manhattan income . 6 s, sell ing of the Inter borough issues being bas ed on the poosil jlity of unfavorable tran sit legislation in . the -next legislature. Ercept for a slight gain in the uncall ed V.etory 4.3-4's, all of the U. S. gov ernaient securities also showed .substan tial recessions, wh.'ch ranged from 10 to 48 cents on I1O0. The first 4's and first second 4 1-fa suffered the most. ---. Total sales (par value) were $14,162,-000. Liberty Bond. Apples. ST. A. bbL .... .... .S4.50 $6.00 1 Apples, coolvirg. It qis. .... .60 .75 Cranberries, bbL .... ..'.... 13 00 14.00 Oranges, box .... . 6.00 7.00 Quinces .14 qts. .... ...... 1.00 1.50 Cabbages,, bbl. .... '...'.'...'. 1:50 175 Carrots, bu. -..'.'.-. . . . . .... 1.00 1.25 Celery, doz.-tranches 1.15 1.2b, Lettuce, dos. , .75 l.Oi. On.ons, bu. .... 1.00 1.25. Parsnips, bu. 1.50 1.75' Potatoes. nat.-'bu.?i.. -1.16 1.20 Potatoes,, sweet, bbL '3.00 2.45 j Spinash,-b"--. ...'...- lio price. ' Squash, winter, lb.-........ . .03 .04; Turnips bu. ............... .75 100 Kale, bbl. .... ....... 1.50 . . . Fsnltry aad Dairy. Chickens, dressed, lb. .... . .35 .49 Chiciiena' live, lb. .......... .20 .25 Fowl, live, lb. .22 ..26 Fowl, dressed, "lb. ........'. ' .30 !si Turkeys, live, lb, -......'... . .60 .65 Turkeys, .dressed, lb. .70 .75 ' Eggs, Conn., newlaid. fan'.... .75 .80 Eggs,' Conn..' hennery . , .72 .75' Eggs, .Conn., gathered ...1... ,70. .."3 Eggs,. western ....' ......... .35 .45. Butter, best, tub, 8. ....... . .43 .45 , utter, .best print,-lb." ' ;48 '.50 Pork cuts: . . I Pork loins.- 8-10 lbs,' av. .. -Jtl .29 ' Pork ioine, 10-12 :bs. av.,...'. .2i ...SO - Pork' loins, i 2-14 lbs. av. ... , .26 .28 Mtt'.toh, good lb:- ..... ..... .16 . .19 "- x- ' Meat rrodnetal- ' I FRESH LITTLE FIG Shoulders, lb. . 18c YELLOW Onions, 4 lbs. . 10c GRAPE Fruit, 4 for. . . . 25c CALIFORNIA Prunes, 3 lbs.. . 29c GOOD Oranges, doz. . 25c MINCE MEAT, pkge.. 12c Maple Karo . . 23c PREPARED , . 3 lbs. Buckwheat . . . 29c Newly Milled THREADS 3c P.frt Darning Cotton.. 2c 5c Mercerized Darning Cotton 4c 7c Darning Wool 5c 4c Clark's Sawing Thread, 130-yard spools, 2 for 5c 5e Willimantic Machine Thread, 150-yard spools, 6 for 25e 5c Coats' Machine Thread, 150-yard spools, a dozen... f5c 5c Nassau Mills Basting Thread, 250-yard spools ... 4c 7c Giant Button Thread 5c 10c Aunt Lydia's Thread.... 8c Barbour's Linen Thread, fall strength, 100-yard spools... 8c 20c Glasao Lace Thread. 500- yard spools 15c 18c Kerr's Lustre Twist 13c 15c. Silk Thread. 100-yard spools, all colors 13c TAPES BRAIDS j 2c Cable Cord, ail sizes 1e 5c Cotton Stay Binding..... 3c 10c Cotton Stay Binding.... 5c 10c English Twilled Tape, 10-yard rolls fic 13c English Twilled Tape.. 13c 25c English Twilled Tape... 19c 10c Lingerie Braid, all colors 7c ISc Bias Seam Tape, all widths 10c 10c Ricfc Rack Braid 8c 15c Rick Rack Braid 11c 20c Rick Rack Braid 15c 30c Taffeta Seam Brnding, all colors 24c 10c Collar Bands, all sizes-.. 7c 15c Collar Bands, all sizes.. 11c 10c Cotton Belting, a yard.. 7c 25c Silk Belting, a yard 13c 4c Linen Bobbin 3a 10c Tape Measures 7c B. N. F. Bias Seam, black, white and colors, all widths, at re duced prices. I Crackers, 2 lbs. 25c Soda Oyster Hot From Our Ovens Mohican Buns Made with Melted Butter, Currants, Cinnamon, 4 Ca PnrrvanTil aTirl R a cT-Vvmr Turn ilnTon w W HOSE SUPPORTERS Misses' and Children's Hose Supporters, alt sizes, value to 25c 2 for 25c 20c Lindsay Sw-er: Hose Supporters - 15c 25c Lindsay Sew-en Hose Supporters 19c 25c Velvet Grip Hose Supporters 19e 30c Velvet Grip Hose Supporters 23c Women's . Round Garters, Silk Elastic, with shirred Silk Ribbon and Bow, all colors, $1.00 value at 79e 83c value at 69c 69c value at 49e PINS NEEDLES 5c Safety Pins, al! sizes, a dozen 3c Clinton, Da Lorig and Safe guard Safety Pins. Ian sizss, at 7c frerr 10c three smaller sizes, value 7c, at... 6c 7e Toilet Pins, colored heads 5c 10c De Long Brass Pins-... 8e 12c English Brass Pins 8c 10c Darning Needles ....... 7c 10c Mil ward's, Crowley's Sewing Needles . .......... 7e er in the evening. -Victor BassetU of Sterling and Miss pimp (viedicina B m '.PitBW .V High U 'S L'b 3s ..100.40 U S L b 2d 4s . . 98.20 U'S Lib 1st 4Vis 98.50 CI S i Lib 2d 4uis 98.52 U ;S Lib 3d 4 '4s 98.72 U .3 Lib 4th 45s 98.72 V.ctorJ 4s. ..100.30 do. called ....100.04 Trtas1. 4 Hs . 93.76 Quoted in bond. , Low. Close 100.24- 100.26 98.10 . 98:i0 98.32 98.3 98.06 .. 98.06 98.42 ' 98.46 93.83 ' 98.34 . 100.30 100.30 100.02 100.34 ' 99.30 99.42 dollars and cents per $1,00 Calves, best live, - lb., .;'.... Calves,' heavy lb. . . . Cows, live, nat ,- 100 s. Cowv live. nat, common Cows.- milch, hd. .-, Steers, nat.'MO lbs. Hogs, live, 100 lbs. . . , . Ham, beet smoked . .. . . . Lard - pare lb.-. . .' ....... Beef., prime lb-. .. Beef,, medium,, lb. "i .... . Cows, dressed 3). .... Cows, common, dressed, lb. Lambs, fan.,' lb. . Veal' medium -dressed. Ib. Yeal,; fan., western, . lb. .. Veal, fan., nat, IK Grata.- : ' Bran. 198 Ubs. . r. . .' Corn. No. .1. 190 lbs. ....'.'' Cottonseed meal,-100 lbs. Dry. mash, 10 lbs". ........ Flonr,: 96 lb." sack: ...'... GhitenT . 100: lbs. i'. .'. . . v. Hominy chop. 109 lbs. . Linseed meal .100 lbs. i -. . Middlings, "std.; lOtf lbs. . . Oats,.o;. 1. .90. lbs, Poultry Brain, 100 lbs. ...;. Timothy.- bale. 100 lbs. . . Timothy: loose-. .100, lbs. .. Wlieat. 100- lbs. .......... in marriage Monday. . Mrs. Hilliard, teacher on Sterling Hill, was in Norwich Saturday taking an ex amination forNa state certificate. Arthur' Gallup played with the Plain field football team in Danielson on Arm istice Day. Joseph Gallup served as a juror In th superior' court in Willimantic last Luther S. Tanner of Wakefield, R. 1., .10 - IV I came home to Voluntown to vote and .07 ' .09 has been visiting relatives for a f ew "3.25- 5.00 days. 2.00- 3 00 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Colburn and 65.90 125-00 Charles Gardner and daughter, Ella, have and Mrs. Charles Shalen, spent Sunday with relatives in Providence, R. I. . Frank Corey has been visiting relatives in Boston for a few days. Mrs. Ida Owens of Danielson spent the week end with friends here. ' Mrs. Oliver Arnold . of Chopinist, K. is staying with Mrs. ' Marion Brown, who is ill. . Mr. and Mrs. William Keach spent Sunday with Kay Smith and . family. Mr. , .and Mrs. Chauncey . Prink and Mr. and Mrs. William Wright of Can terbury were callers at George C Spooner's, Sunday. .700 7.50 .26 .14 .18 .14 :o9 .08 V.28 .15 : .is .19 8.25 moved from the Davis farm in Plain- 9.25 Held to G. H. Gallup's farm near Sterl .28,ing Hill. .19 .16 .11 NORTH STERLING . . : Foretsn Exehansn. : with the ev'i-uiion : sterling, al 4u.atians .arc la cnis per unit of tot' .is" cu'rency: .- Sterling -Demand .. . Cables . .- ., Francs . . . . , Guilders .. Mirks ... Lire '.. .' , Swiss francs ., Pesetas . . -. . . Belgian francs Kronen . . . . . Sweden ... ... Denmark .. .. Norway .., Greece . . . , . , Argentina .. , Brasil ...... Yesterday. ....$4.47 4.47 .... 6.65 ...39.23 .01H 4.62 ,...18.30 ....15.24 6.18 .... .0013 ....26.87 ....29.20 ....18.45 .... 1.56 ....82.20 ' , ....12.00 Tear Ago. $3.96 3.96. 7.25 . 34.98 -.38 H 4.1ft : ,18.86 ' .13.56 . 7.00 23i20 -18.35 . 14.25 4.16 7.98 ; COTTON. . : , 'New Tork, Nov. 14. Spot cotton qnlet, Erohch!d3, Asthma i iirid $11 lliroat . trou ble Builds New NO DANGEROUS DRUGS . 1 CUAKANTSEO - ' HOXT. -. t - ' . New Tork, Nov. 14. Call . money steady: high S; low 6 : ruling .rate 5 ; closing bid 5 ; offered at 5 1-2 ; last loan a ; call loans against acceptances 4 1-2. MBTAI. UABEIT. -New Tork, Nov. .14. Copper steady. el'eclrollytic spot and nearby 1$ 7-8 j fu tures 13. 7-814; tin easier, Epot and nearby 36.87 37.00; futures 37.00; Iron steady, prices unchanged ; lead steady, spot 7. 0007.25; zinc firm. East St. Louts spot and nearby delivery 7.3007.35 ; an timony,, spot, 6.75. . .. . , i . .'. :S,50.:8.73 , - MARKET" -CONDITIONS, t-- v The sale for fruits - and . vegetables is how; almost exclusively , centered' around shlpped-ln Jffodjarts, - including -oranges, bo ed apples of the-?Gceentts. Baldwin and Jonathan- varieties. Turnips, 'pars nips,! lettuce and potatoes should sell w.eU now - as quotations are cult reasonable. Fowl and chickens 'are still quite plenti ful on the market places and are selling for-Tfery- low "prices. Turkey raising dur ing the Jast 25 years has decreased about 50 per cent, and under present 'condi tions rt looks' as if 'turkeys would; be In good'dennd bht very scarce. There Is a surplus of ca4d storage eggs on the -markets. Storage eggs now skow a healthier tone as they are -moving- along a-little faster. . .. Calves are In. fair demand but they, are supplied in small numbers to" the markets. . The market is rather reak on medium and lower grades which cbmprise most of tkcoffermcs. ' Witch haiel is now in full bloom, the .09 1 last flower of the season. .30 1 Miss Ruth Griffiths is visiting her .18 " aunt, Mrs. Ernest Tatro in Norwich. .19 ' ft. H. .Crowell and wife and George ,20 G. Spooner motored to Providence, R, L, Friday. i jjr and jjg Fred Cole spent Sunday 1.75 -1.85 iwitn relatives in woviaence. K. I. 1.85 '1.9(1 I A number of local people were in Dan 2.80; 2 90'ielsbn Armistice Day to attend the cele- 2.80 3.00 . bration. - 8.30-: 9:90 I Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Puummer have 25- . 2.i9 ! gone to Worcester, Mass., for ten days -2.94-2.20 to Be-wrth -tnelr daughter, Dorothy, 3.05 ' ranK m. rotter oi mver omt, R. 1 lVso !wa8 here the past week on his annual i on Minting trip. - ' $0 Mrs. Sarah Hill has gone to Killingly denier . zor me winter. . Miss Julia Cole spent a few days re cently with her' grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Blackmar of Hopkins Mills. Miss Doris Shalen' and parents,. Mr. .." 2.85. 1.8 ... .'.1.75. ,. 255 .. ,1.59. .. 1.30 1.60 1.40 ! ROCKVUXE LACES ELASTIC 10c Shoe Laces, all lengths, round or fiat 6c 15c Tubular Shoe Laces, all lengths, 6 pair for 11c 5c Mercerized Corset Laces. 4c 10c Mercerized Corset Laces. 8c 15o Mercerized Corset Laces 12c 10c Elastic Corset Laces-... 7c 5c Cotton' Hat Elastic 3c 10c Mercerized Hat Elastic. 7c 7c Elastic Web, 3-8 and 1-2-inch J Ac Madison Elastic Web, all widths Silk Frilled Elastic, ail - colors, at reduced prices. DRESS SHIELDS Naiad Dress Linings, 59c value at 49c 50c value at.. 33c Kleinert's Dress Shields, all sizes, value to 30c, at -23c Kleinert's Feather-weight, Dou ble Gem and Garment Shields all at great V reduced prices. 10c HAIR NETS, 5c Hair Nets, single or double mesh, cap or fringe style, also Silk Nets with elastic, all colors except gray at 5c, reguls. value 10c. EKONK CHICAGO GRAIN MABKKT. Chicago, Nov. 14. Wheat tended op. ward la price today, with special notice being taken of assertions that an ad vance hi Italian lire, during the last thirty days had increased the purehas m power ec Italy as much aa SO cents ' Hrs. Fhebe Gallup, who has been very sick is more comfortable at this time. G. H. Gallup celebrated his 62nd birth day recently. ' - - Carl Gallup motored to .Woodstock on Sunday to see his mother, who is report ed as gaining slowly.. . A social- and uance was held in Grange hall . Saturday ' evening Rev. .. Mr. Nightingale preached it fine sermon" on Sterling - Hill . Sunday , after noon. ' ' - '"- Mrs. ' Crl " Gallup and- children and Mrs., A. A. "'Stanton motored to Nor wich Saturday and visited with Mr. and Mrs. John B. Stanton.. Armistice Day raa observed by flying ,nags.v .-, .. ,.. ,' Repairs'' were made oa the. Baptist church on Sterling- HiU last- week.. The church was damaged by . lightning. , -Rev. Mr. Nightingale and EHward Freeman motored to' Norwich Friday and attended the aerrieBS at the Central Bap- Miss Lottie J. Burdick of Stamford. Conn, is the guest of Mrs. Emory- C j Kenyon. . . . -. Funeral services fosMrs. Phebe E. Kenyon were held at her late home last Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Paul S. Bur dick, pastor of the Seventh Day Baptist church, of which she had been, a member for 76 years, officiated. Mrs. Lyra Irish pang Rock of Ages and Abide With Me. The bearers were her two sons, Elmer E. and Byron L. Kenyon and her grandson, Clarence B. Kenyon. and a nephew, Em ory C. Kenyon. There - were .several beautiful floral pieces. - Interment was in Rockvllle cemetery, beside - ber hus band. " - Frame D.. the little sob of Mr. and Mrs. - Everett Kenney. " died" Saturday night from diphtheria; Several -other of their children are' reported ill with the same disease. - - - . Mrs. Lydla Jacques of Providence," who died last week, was brought here- Satur day for burial in the Rockville cemetery. Mrs. Jennie Clough of Providence la the guest of Mrs. J. P. Greene.- . Mrs. Alice V. Whitten of Westerly is the guest of Miss Lena Saunders.- . . .. ' Mrs. Gretchell and two children of Water! ord have returned borne after vis iting her sister here, Mrs. Paul 8'. Bur dick. '' upon Dee. 23 as the date for its Christ mas tree, and appointed several commit tees to arrange for the festival. Miss Dora T. Maine has gone . to Bronzvllle. N.. T., after spending three months at her home -here. The town Is being canvassed for mem bership in the Rea uu , The democratic nominees for state rep resentatives, Charles L. Brown and Philip E. Gray, were elected. Mr. Brown has been prominent In town affairs and Is the first ee'-ectman. r. Gray will be one of the youngest members of the house. He is unmarried. Always carefully sift the talk you hear. BLACK HIU. Miss Myrtice Medbury spent the end with friends at Danielson. Mrs. Frank Medbury of Danielson is visiting Mrs. Mary Medbury. Mr. and Mrs. H. Beech er Brows called on Mrs. Samuel Gear at Jewett City ca Sunday. Roger Chlpman Brown of Worcester visited his parents the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Brown wore in Danielson Monday. An auto without number plates was run into the ditch and abandoned Sun day night. A comfortable living and a comfor table mind make Jolly company. London's Queen Of Beauty fi ' - ,- ' - f ) Miss Mary Latta, noted London belle, who leads In the 'youngs English set. ' NORTH STONINGTON Rev. and Mrs. O. D. Fisher went to South Windsor on Monday of last week, where Mr. Fisher, was csjled to conduct the funeral services of a former, parish ioner. Later the; attended the Congre gational state meeting in Bristol. - The Ladies' society of the Baptist ehuicn served its anoual harvest supper at Parkholme, the residence of Mr.. and Mrs. B. R. Park, on Tuesday evening of last week. Unfavorable weather dimin ished the attendance, but $31 was cleared. The Baptist Sunday school -has fixed Fiery, Itchy Eczema Healed Right Up By Applying Sulphur Any breaking of j. ths skin, even fiery, itching eczema.- can be quickly overcome by applying a little Mentho Sulphur, says a noted skin specialist,. Because of its germ destroying proper ties, this sulphur preparation Instantly brings ease . from skin irritation, soothes and heals the eczema tip and leaves the akin clear and. smooth. . It seldom fails' to relieve the torment and disfigurement. Sufferers from akin trouble should : get a little jar -of Row lea .' Mentbo.SuIphur from any rood druggist and use It Eke a sold ANNOUNCEMENT A Foot Comfort Demonstrator Specially Trained In DR. SCHOLUS Foot Comfort Methods Wffl Be at This Store Wednesday - Thursday , November 15th and 16th V IF YOU HAVE FOOT TROUBLE CALL AND SEE US. The Geo. W. Kies Co. 118-120 MAIN STREET v EsUUubed 1866 ' ; Pbtme 1442 -".