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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, APRIL' 21, 1925,
WANT ELIMINATION
OF TWO CROSSINGS
Traffic Biireaii Discusses Sitiia-
tlon in Northeast Section
The. elimination of th dangerous
railroad crossings at East and Allen
treeU w suggested at tha meeting
of the traffic bureau of the chamber
of commerce held thta noon at tit
Burrltt hotel,, and the highways
committee, of which A. P, Marsh li
chairman, waa Instructed to lake the
matter tnto consideration. Ue.mbe.rl
f the bureau reported that at pre
ent a bell ayitem waa used at these
crossings and suggested tha subt.
tutlon of a light, .which could be Eas
ily seen, whereas the bell cannot al
ways ba heard. Mr.. Marsh then
untested that the double crossing
mht be done away with and a
single safer one substituted, placed
somewhere between the present ones
and with proper safeguards. The
Idea met with Instant favor, and'
"Walter L. Bell moved that It bo re.
for red to the highways committee.
Joseph Leltch, freight agent of the
New Haven road, stated that he
approved of tho plan and would fur
ther It. ' i
Kalph lh Gould, secretary of the
chamber, was Instructed to write to
the New Haven road and Inquire If
New Britain could not have more
Pullman reservations, The 'bureau
went on record as opposed' to the
Hoch-Smlth bill, now a law, by
which the Interstate commerce com
mission is given Increased power of
rate regulation. ' '
WANTS ALL FACTS
(Continued from First Page.)
stttt
unpaid bill of I U 0.75 for automo
bile parts, repair and gasoline.
The writ, which la returnable in the
city court tha first Monday of June,
was Issued by Nalr & Nslr. Deputy
Sheriff Martin 11. Horwits liua at
tached the defendant's property to
the value of 1300,
YOUTH AND PARENTS
UNDER COHEN'S LASH
Hapsood designated as chairman.
A statement Issued by the com
mittee said the public should take
direct Interest "In t lie fundament
al principles involved in the Wheel
er case."
Membership of the committee was
announced as Including William Al
len AVhlte, jjosephvts Daniel, Samuel
TJntcrmyer, Omvald Garrison Villard
and a number of labor leaders and
others, (
48 LOSE LIVES
AS JOAT SINKS
(Continued from First Page)
the vessol was la aerlou danger off
tha Nova Scotia coast. At least
three vessels wero making for the
endangered ship, according to mes
sages intercepted hero. '
The first message from the Ral
fuku Maru, which sailed from Bos
ton April 18 with a cargo of wheat
for Humburg was. received by- the
Tropical Itadlo Corporation at 6:10
o'clock this morning. It gavo the
position of the vessel as latitude
41:21 north and longitude 61:41
west, escribing the list of his ves
sel the captain messaged:
"Ship 19 degrees low. Please
quick assist,"
The steamships President Adams,
Scythia and Homerlo were all in
communication with the Ralfuku
Maru from the time tha first mes
sage was sent out. The Scythia
gave her distance from the vessel as
163 miles. Compass bearings from
the Chebucto head compass station
In Nova Scotia were relayed to tho
Ralfuku Maru by the President
Adams. At 6:59 the vessel sent out
a second message which read:
"Ship meeting heavy weather and
held starboard 28 degrees. Smashed
lifeboats Inboard. In danger."
A further message received here
at 7 o'clock was apparently gar
bled. It said:
"No wind anper but coming life
board from 60 miles there. (Signed)
Captain."
Tho Ralfuku Maru Is a steel ves
sel of 6,857 gross tonnage. She was
built at Kobe, Japan, in 1918.
A message picked up by the
Tropical Radio Corporation station
I here at 11:16, from the Homeric,
Isald she had reached the disabled
vessel but had not begun taking off
the crew.
too years old he oouldn't teach any
thing to a freshman In college.
"Following this selfishness and
lack of respect for parents comes
disrespect for the law. It doesn't
make any .difference what tha law
is, If It is on tha books It ought to
be enforced. But if dad can vio
late the low, the boy thinks he can
also.' How can the youth have re
spect for laws when dad has not?
I never took a drink before prohibi
tion and I haven't taken any since,
but I would enforce the prohibition
laws the same as I would stealing
from the malls, steallnj automobiles
or violating the Mann act. '
They Think It's Smart
"The fact that they think it is
mart to do things Is what is ruining
our boys and girls today. Dud says,
'I'm- going to step on it and fool this
traffic cop.' That's a Una examplo
for, son who Is sitting In the car."
Concluding Mr. Cohen" said, ''The
parents are not paying any attention
to their children. They are tho
ones that are responsible. If we
don't keep our eyes on these all wise
children we are going to have a
much greater crime wave than ever
before.
'The situation is due also to a
largo extent to lack of religion. I
don't care what It Is, the children
should be taught some religion."
The score between the Giants and
Tankees In the attendance contest
was tied with IV each.
HRIMtS NITT KOU $200
Mack's garago of Kensington has
brought action for $200 damages
against Vaul Cianei of Berlin on an
WOMAN'S ASSO. MEETING
The annual meeting of the Wom
an's association of the South church
will be held Thursday evening at
the parish house. Supper will be
served promptly at 6 o'clock. Re
ports fronj the various departments
will be read. At 8 o'clock, Herbert
Knox Smith will speak on "Peace
and War." Tho women of the
church aro Invited to attend.
Official Hartford Stok Exchange Quotations
FVRMSHIOD ltt JUDD & COMl'ANX
Burrltt Hotel Building
11AXRS ANT) TRUST COS.
City Rank snil Trust Co,
Conn, silver H. Cu,
ft rat fttutonsl Honk
Hartfoial-Aetna Kationnfei
Hnrtfonl-Conn. jefan Co, .
fclorrti Plan of llartlord
Pnrlt 8t. Trurt Co.
Phoenix National Bank '
RIveuMe Trust Co.
Btatt Bank & Trurt Co.
H. 8. Security Trut Co.
U. S. Security Trust Htn.
fth-orslde Trust Co. Rts.
01(1
410
200
:
460
110
2P
:;oo
:;1(
150
.130
150
140
I Ask
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HEAVY LOSS BY FIItE
New York, April 21. Damage
estimated at between $160,000 and
$200,000 was caused early today by
a Are which destroyed the Hotel
Prince Casino, 800 bath houses and
a private walk on the beach at
Averne, Queens.
Martha Spaoek
The funeral of Martha Spacek,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Spacek of 59 Ellis street, was held
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from
tho Jl. C. Porter Sons funeral home
on Court street. Rev. Dr. George
V. C. Hill, pastor of the South Con
gregational church, officiated and in
terment was in Fairvlcw cemetery.
Important Projects at City Meet
ing Board Session
Pond Issues of close to a million
dollars will be taken up at what will
probably be the last session of the
city meeting board, either April 30
or May 1.
Mayor A, M, Paoncssa conferred
this morning with City Engineer
Joseph D, Williams whose depart
ment Is asking a sewer bond Issue of
$160,000, and a like amount for sub
way work, He has also been In com
munication with the school depart
ment, whose bond requirements to
tal $660,000, making tho total bonds
Issue for consideration at the next
city mooting board session, $960,000.
The common council has already
approved the three Issues and re
ferred them to tho city meeting for
final approval.
The city meeting board will prob
ably be abolished as a result of tho
recommendation to bo made to tho
general assembly by tha committee
on cities and boroughs. The board
Is a failure as far as attendance ond
interest is concerned, city officials
agree, and it was on their recom
mendation that the move to do
away with It was started.
It had been planned to delay ac
tion on the bonds until the board Is
abolished end refer the issues to a
city meeting, but so there will be no
hold up on needed public works and
school construction it was decided
to proceed.
City Items
The last lecture of the Honllne
scries will bo held in Trinity Meth
odlat church tomorrow evening at
7:80 o'clock,
Charles Corrigan, clerk at the post
office, Is recovering from an attack
of grip.
Mrs. JIartwoll Taylor of this city
has been named as alternate by the
Connecticut League Of Women Vot
ers, for the committee on social hy
giene at the national convention of
women voters held In Richmond,
Va., starting last Thursday.
James J. Donahue of the Bentley
school, Boston, has returned after
spending Easter at his home on
High street.
Sarah Kennedy has transferred
property on Church street to Ignus
and Ann I'oznekas, and Edwin and
Othillo Olson have sold property on
Foxon place to Gunnar A. Peterson.
Attorneys George W. Klott, Henry
P. lloehe and Thomas J. Cabclus
were visitors at the state capltol to,
day and attended a session of tho
general assembly.
' A daughter has been born to Mx.
and Mrs. Joseph Hooker of Hart
ford. Mrs. Hooker was formerly Miss
Margaret Eddy of this city.
PRICES DECLINE
AT THE0PENIN0
Practically All Leaders Start
Day at Lower Figures
New York, April 21. Wall Street
opening; Stock prices drifted
downward at the opening of today's
market, Chicago & Alton com
mon and preferred established new
low prices for the year at 9 and 6,
respectively. Maxwell Motors Ti
and Baldwin each opened a point
lower . American Sugar, which was
weak yesterday, rallied a point? and
American Can moved up .
High Low Close
Allls Chal .... 73V. 7S 7S?i
Am Can .... m j to i 170
Am H & h pfd 66
Am Loco .... 124
Am Smelt c,. n',i
Am fiug 64'i
Am Sum .... 1414
Am Tel ft Tel 136
Mrs. Martha It. DoWolre
The funeral of Mrs. Martha De
Wolfe will bo held tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock from the B. C.
Porter Sons funeral home, with Rev.
Henry W. Maier, pastor emeritus of
the First Congregational church, of
ficiating. Burial will be in Fair
view cemetery.
iflv. IPiyahlt I Capital
10 I Q J 700.000
10 J4J 150,000
10 i Q J 1,150.000
12 Q J 8.000.000
18 Q J Z.000,000
1 Q 3 150.000
Q J 100.000
12 Q J 1.000,000
10 Q 3 150.000
12 J&.I 400.000
12 I Q J 1,000,000
FIRE INSURANCE COS.
Aetna Fire W 605 616 ;4 QJ ,000,000
.Automobile Ilia, 730 10 Q 3 2.000,000
Hartford fire Ins. rx 60S 573 "0 Q J 8.000.000
Notional Flro In. l 6S5 I CO Q J 8.000,000
Phoenl Fire Ins. ex - 632 I 5S0 20 QJ S.000.000
Rol Int. ex SI 97 U I Q 3 1,200.000
LIFE AM) INDEMNITY COS.
Sirs. John Hardopkas
The funeral of Mrs. John Kar
doekas was held this morning at
S:30 o'clock from St. Andrew's
church with a mass of requiem cele
brated by Tlev. E. V. Grlkls, pastor.
The pall bearers were John Sehman
sky, Michael Mamanas, John Kups
tas, Stanley Karasas, Anthony Milu
kas and William Kupstas. The flow
er bearers were John Kavalaskl,
John Kemonis, Peter Matus, Edward
Matus, George Seviskis and Anthony
Zanls. Father Grlkls conducted the
committal services at the grave in
St. Mary's cemetery.
DRY AGENT ARRESTED,
Thomas Nolan, Govt. Prohibition
Worker, is Accused of Conspiracy
and Taking Bribes.
Washington, April 21. Thomas A.
Nolan, a general prohibition agent,
was taken into custody today in con
nection with the Maryland Drug &
Chemical company alcohol case in
which a half dozen arrests already
havo been made.
Nolan is assigned to the Pitts
burgh division, but reported In
Washington today on orders from
Commissioner Blair and was imme
diately placed under arrest on
charges of accepting bribes and con
spiracy.
The first arrests In the case were
made Saturday when Wlnflcld Jones
and hla brother, N. T. Jones, a
former assistant prohibition direc
tor for Georgia, wero taken into cus
tody. Four more arrests were made
yesterday.
Nolan was arraigned before a fed
eral commissioner immediately upon
his. arrest and bonds was placed at
$3,000.
MEN ARE TAKING
PLACESOFWOMEN
Yerily, Times Are Changing,
Says Mrs. 'Rorer
Atn CotilaltJ A S Cu. 7n 12 I Q .1 ) 2.000.000
Aetna. Life Ins. ex S3.", l 8(0 12 Q J j 10.000,000
Conn. General j,ir 1125 12 I O J 1. 000.000
Hartford Steam Bollei r,2.' 550 10 ' i)J I 2.500,000
Travelers Ins. ex 1025 1030 It I QJ I 10.000.000
PII11L1C UTILITIES
HM. City O. I.t. Co., pfd. (SK 38 I 40 S Q J 750.000
llfd. City O. Lt. Co- com. 26 TIS 42 X O J I I.750.00O
Hon ford Ktectrlr !,t rifu "t son j :5 5 :,llP0,OO0
Hartford F.lctrli- l,t mm ox :o:, 2t8 10 UP j lo.ooo.oou
Bo. N,- England Tel. Oo n?til H"' I OJI4 I m.ooo.ooo
Conn. Lt. i Potr pfd JOT 110 7 I WM I 4,500,000
Conn. Lt. & Power ' 116 110
MAXL'FACTirRING COS.
Amertfan Hurdwurt Col. (25) SO HI 1? Q .1 12.600,000
Automatic Kof. Co. 20 60 Q M 1 1,000.000
BIjelow-IKd. Carpet Co., com 104 1": $0 j Q F, IlLOiiOsh.
PIMlllgl & Spencer Co., pfd. !5) I 10 j 750,000
Hilling! A gpancer Co. com. C5J 2 S I 1.000,000
Colllnt Company 170 175 QJ16 1.000.000
Coin Anni Co. (35) 30 2.1 8 Q J I S.000,000
Fule Lock Co. (25) loo 105 l(i yj 2,000,000
Fullor Brash Co. 1st Pr. (5S) , 2fi 10n y J 3.000.000
Fuller Mrush Co. Clnss A (20) com 2.1 I 24 Q.F. ODO.OOO
Fuller Brush Co. Clus AA com 93 I U Q.F. 2!i,000
Fatnir Bearing SO I S3 t I Q.M. I 419,000
llnrttCoolcy Is" I 12x I J J 090,000
International Silver, prd. 107 t O J I .028.587
International 81!vr Co., com. HO 685.30J
J.andera. Frarjr & Clark 7" 75 St QJ I0,on.0o0
Now Brit. Madl. Co. pfd. 72 I 1.713.300
New Brit. Mach. Co., com (25) 1" ' l.87g.SO
Nlle-Uenient-Pnnd pfd 5-1 I I 1.674,200
Nilen-Heincnl-Poiid com 2:, QJ 8. 500.000
NortU & Judd Mfg. Co. (2S) 43 4 1 2 Q J 2,r.00,000
Teck, Stow WII.-01 (SS) 2S I 30 61 I QFI5I 2"00,000
Eusselt Mfg. Company "I I j 2.000,000
Hcevlll MIb. !-s I 12s I QJ I 17,700,000
Ftandaid Screw Co.. emn. ' 110 10 Q J -! 6.950,000
Stanley Works, pfd. (56) 27 I 7 QF15I 5.S00.0OO
Btanley Works, corn. (25) o I 82 lt I QJ 6,500.000
TorrlnRton rt 47 48 )o gj 7,000,000
Union Mfg. Co. N. Brtt. (2 35 .. S lt I QJ I 1.000.000
Tslo Towns Mfg. Co. 'CS 4 . 16141 QJ I 10.OOO.000
Vhltlook Coll Pips !0 j 24 I I 1S0.0OO
Michael Brady
Fiiiteral services for Michael
Rrady were conducted at St. Mary's
church at 9 o'clock this morning by
ltev. "Walter Lyddy. The pall bear
ers wero Lawrence, Michael and
Torrance Ilrady of SouthiiiKion and
Charles AlcMurray, George Shine and
Thomas Hogan of this city. As the
hotly was borne from the church,
JUrs. Mary T. Crean Bang, "Lead
Kindly Light." -Burial was In St.
Mary's cemetery.
William Desmond
Funpral services for William Des
mond wore conducted thta, morning
at the home of his brother, James
Desmond of 273 Washington street,
and at the grave In St. Mary's ceme
tery by Rev. Walter McCrann. The
pall bearers were Joseph Gormley,
Joremlali Harrison, Bernard Con
nelly, James Degnan, Martin Welch
and Michaol Hutler. The funeral
mass will he aunt; at 8 o'clock to
morrow morning at St. Mary's
church.
Alleged Assailant Is
Defendant in $500 Suit
Charging malicious and violent,
assault, Charles Abrucevvlcz lias
brought suit for $500 against Wadys
lavv Kulas. Knlaa was In court yes
terday on a charge of assault on
Abrucewic2 on Sunday, but judg
ment was suspended when It was
claimed that the plaintiff, accusing
the defendant of stealing lumber,
had come to his house and threat
ened Mrs. Abrucewicz when she did
not let him see her husband. The
defendant, who was in bed at the
time, Jumped up and hit Kules on
the head with a wooden stool. Tho
plaintiff seeks daniagrs to cover
medical expenses and loss of work.
Michael A. Sexton issued the writ,
which 1.1 returnable In the city
court the first Monday of May.
NKW YOKK ItAiVKS AND THCST COMPANIES
mrlcn, Bank of pi
American Exchanga Nat')
Hanker Truit ex
Bank of K. V. Trust 'J
Central Union Trust; f v
Chaso National
Chatham PhenU Nafl "7J
Chemical National ,
Commerce, Nat'l Bank of ex
Com Exchangs, -
Kqultable trust ex
Faimets Loan ft '1'rutt Co.
First National Bank
Guaranty Trust Co.
Hanover National
Irving Bank-Columbia Trust
Lswysrs Title 4ft Trust
Manhattan Co. (Bank of) (SO)
Mechsnlcs Matals Natl.
National City ex
New Tork Trust Co.
Park National
Title, Ouaraiites Trust
U. 8 Mortgage Trust Co.
ACTIVE INSURANCE AND CASUALTY COMPANIES
280 30l) 12 Q J 6,500.000
377 1 asJ U Q J S.000.000
455 . 4K0 20 Q J SO. 000,000
675 550 10 Q J 4,000.000
7 20 73S 24 Q J 12.500,000
407 412 lt Q J 20.000,000
28 299 11 Q J ' 10,500.000
645 CO li B. Mo. 4.(00,000
319 353 20 Q J 25.000,000
8 47J 20 I Q F M7S.000
253 257 12 I Q M 31 j 23,000.000
440 443 24 Q F , K.000.000
2450 2525 40 QJ . I0,000.l00;
319 323 13 i Q M 31 I 25.000.000
S73 990 24 I Q J I MOO.000
2(2 215 10 O J I 17,500.000
228 233 QJ- 41,000,000
173 177 , 1 I qj ; lO.0BO.0oe
38 393 SO ' Q J 10,000.000
436 440 IS j Q J 40.000.000
40S 412 20 1 Q J 10.000.000
445 450 24 Q J 10.000.000
US I 620 1 Q M SI 10.000.000
30 j 370 t 1 Q J 3,000,000
Mrs, Esther Brady
The funeral of Mrs. Esther Brady
wae held this morning at 10 o'clock
from St. Mary's church with a mass
of requiem celebrated by Rev. Peter
Coffey of St. Patrick's church, Hart
ford, a nephew. The pall bearers
were Daniel, Frank and Joseph
Coffey of Hartford, Hugh Roper of
West. Hartford, Patrick Kennedy of
Southington and Joseph Hayes of
this city. Interment was in St
Mary's old cemetery. ,
Big Supply of Drugs
Taken in Bridgeport
Bridgeport, April 21. Nearly
001) worth of drugs, in the form
used by addicts wero seized at Har
vey's drug slore. West Main street
early lust night after Thomas J.
Keenan, in charge of the More anil
Walter Keefe a garage man. had
been placed under arrest on charges
of violation of the Harrison act, ac
cording to a police report, today.
The arrests of the two men came
after federal officers had bee nin
this rity for the past several weeks
investigating the alleged source of
supply for New Haven drug addicts.
Narcotic Agent Richard Kelly,
Kedernl Agent James Cn-nn, (ounly
Detective Knlnnd Ailing. Lieut.
.lames Murphy and Patrolman I
George MeKlligott were the officers j
who shadowed Keenan and Keefe
and placed them under arrest on i
West Main street when, it is alleged, i
a uaekoge of drugs passeo irom i
Keenan to Keefe. A third man
thought by the police to be the go-
between for the alleged loea) ' dope
peddlers and the New Haven addi' ts
was released after being questioned
by the police.
Chicago, April 21. A new man
has arisen as well as a new woman,
Mrs. Sarah Tyson Rorer of Cole
brook, Ta., said today at the Wom
en's World Fair. The sliver haired
authority on cooking said her fifty
years of teaching women about their
kitchens had resulted In taking
women out of the kitchen.
"That Is Just what we pioneers
wanted," said Mrs. Roper. "Women
are belter companions to their hus
bands now because they are less
tired and have mora varied inter
ests. Women are welcomed in pro
fessions where the were hooted
down when I was a girl. AM this
never could have been accomplish
ed without the new man. He has
taken the kitchen-drudgery on his
own shoulders.
"No one ever heard of a man
canner when I was a girl. My
mother did all her own canning. My
mother made her own soap and
cured hams, as well. She sent for
women tailors, who came into the
home (they went around the neigh
borhood lor work,) and made the
clothes of the men in the family.
Those, days aro gone forever.
"Today men make the soap; men
examine the milk. A woman buys a
.1.1. ir. ihn atnra but wants lt
lengthened; a man steps forth with
tape and measure and chalk to do
the job. We have men dressmakers
and men milliners, and they make
more money at it than the women
ever made. I heard of one who earn
ed Jl.7,000 a year. We have linole
um floors, steel walls in our kitchens
which require only to be washed
down; we have eliminated scrubbing
brushes, brooms and largely coal
stoves. We have electric and
mechanical apparatus for lightening
the burdens of housework, thanks to
the ingenuity of the new man who
manufacturers them.
"Mrs. Anna Howard Shaw, calling
my attention to a poster of a laun
drymen's convention, remarked with
a smilo that we never heard of a
washerwoman's convention. But the
new man takes pride in his crafts.
"But we pioneers played our part
In bringing about the change, too.
We correlated chemistry and other
sciences to cookerv (I myself had
prepared to be a chemist and phar
macist, and knew nothing about
cooking until ISTS.j Our purpose
was to educate the housewife and the
public to food values and body build
ing. As a result cookery is now a
science and the dirty kitchen has
been replaced by the new kitchen
a home laboratory."
Am Wool .... 39
Anaconda .... S6',a
Atchison .... 12ti,
At Glf & W I 37 Vj
Bald Loco . , 114 Vj
Balti & Ohio . 74
Beth Steel ...
Bosch Mag . . 32
Can racific .. 143
Chcs & Ohio .. 91H
C M & fit P . . 4
C M & St P pfd 7 i
C R Isl & P .. 44's
Chile Copper .. 32
Col Fuel 33 M,
Con Textile ... Z
Corn Prod Ret 38
Cru Steel .... 07
Cuba Cane Sug 11 a;
Cosden Oil ... 27'i
Lav Chem ... 33"4
Krle 1st pfd .37
Clen Electric .272
Gen Motors .. 74
Gt North pfd . C2
Insp Copper . . 22 14
Int Nickel .... 28 34
Int Paper .... 61
Kelly Spring . , 17
Kennecott Cop. 47 4
Lehigh Val ... 76
Marine pfd ... 41 H
Mis Pac pfd . . 77
New Haven .. 31 U
Norf & West . .131 Vj
North Pac ... 61
Pacific Oil ... SC
Pan American 73
l'enn Railroad 43
r& RC & I .. 41
Pierce Arrow. . 1"!4
Pure Oil 26
Rep I & S ..44
Ray Copper . . 11
Reading 73
Royal Dutch.. 49
Sinclair Oil ... 18
South Pacific 105'
South Railway SSU
Studebaker .. 46
Texas Co 43 Ts
Tex & Pacific 53
Transcon Oil . 4
Union Pacific ISS":
United Fruit . 21 6 U
V S Indus Alco S(i3i
U R Rubber . 40'b
U S Steel 116 i
Weslinghouse 68
Radio 61
American Alllanc 293 I in 2o , QJ1S 1 1, 000.00
American Surety ea 1S7 129 li) . Q M 31 1.000,000
Coattneatal Ina, " j 111 24 I J J 10 ' lo.ooo.ooo
Fldelltv Phenll Ins. 152 13i 24 J J 10 000,000
Frsnklla Firs Ins. Co. (! 1(5 10 24 JAJ j 1,000.000
Glen. Tails (ns. Co. (10) 3S j 39 2 I Q j I i.oooiwv
Globs ft Rutgers 1J.M 3 4
Gnat American Insurants Co. 274 I 279 la j QJ li C.Sl'O.OOO
IIsbow Insurance Co. (U) t 170 I W 111 QJ 1.SO0.O00
noma Insurant Co. 3! 3" 1 I JAJ 18,000.000
Ins. Co. of Ktnh Amsrfcs (H) n 51 ll 1 JJ1I t.ooo.oot
National Liberty Ins. Co. W) iih 20 J ft J l.SOO.IOD
National Surety S"7 j 21 S i Q J lo.ooo.ooo
Maaaia Falls Ins. Co. (It) 21 s 2:0 1 j .) 11 1 000.0110
Prsferrsd Acclrlsnt - tso sn la C 1 t.wia.o"
taaaiehexar s'lts Ins. Co. 44 24) Q J I 1.009.00s
sitrss. . - ,.
- ' " ..Js'rVA ,
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to tlvank all our kind
friends and neighbors who sympa
thized with us during our recent
bereavement occasioned by the
death of William Desmond. We
wish to especially thank the Con
necticut Light and Power, No. 3
Engine Co. and the T. A. B. society
for their ftoweral offerings.
' Signed, Mary Desmond. James
Desmond and Family.
SEEDS
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GHRrUHF.RV AM) HOSE BISHKS
F. H. Bollerer's Posy Shop
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The Telegraph NorUt of Sew Britain.'
Joseph A. Haffey
Funeral Iftmrlut.
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Found Lying on Sidewalk
And Taken to Hospital
Found lying on h sidewalk In
front of the old Rnrritt school at
Main and East Main streets early
this morning, Edward McGralh was
taken to the New Hritnin General
hospital as it was i'clived that he
was suffering from alcoholic poison
ing. He was treated at th hospital
and after having a sleep was i
e.l, hospital autii'iri
that, he f as suffering I
toxication.
McGrnth w.n iliscovrrcl on the
sidewalk by Julius Marsnn. night
clerk at the Tlot- I Hronsnu, who not
ified Sergeant Michael .1. Flynn at
police headquarters.
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PUTNAM ik CO.
MgMHU NEW TO 4k HAMTWU) tTOOt (XCHANCU
31 WEST MAIN ST. NEW BRITAIU
Tel. 7040 '
HAftroM orncz c centkaj. row tu. t-Mt
We offer and recommend:
TORRINGTON CO. STOCK
j
JUDD & COrviP ANY
Members. New York Stock Exchange
Members, Hartford Stock Exchange
New BritainBurritt Hotel Bl Tel. 1815
Judd Building, Pearl St., corner of Lewis, Hartford, Conn.
We recommend and offer:
AMERICAN HARDWARE CORPORATION
BIGELOW-HARTFORD CARPET CO.
LANDERS, FRARY & CLARK
THE STANLEY WORKS
Stocks
Prices on Application
iSliomson.fci&CIa
Burritt Hotel Bldg, New Britain Tel. 2580
MEMBERS NEW YOKK AND HARTFORD STOCK EXCHANGES
Donald R. Hart, Mgr.
We Offer:
AMERICAN HARDWARE
NEW BRITAIN TRUST CO.
Price on application
IeddyB
HARTFORD
f Hartford Conn.Trust Bldg.
R0THERS&(S
NEW BRITAIN
Tel.2-7188
Burritt Hotel Bldg.
Tel. 3420 "
TJ. S. TREASURY STATEMENT
V. S. treasury balance, 1374,794,767
CLEARING HOUSE STATEMENT
' New York Exchanges, 1,231,
000,000; balances, 92,000,000.
Boston Exchanges, S3. 000, 000:
balances, 47,000,000.
We Offer and Recommend
AMERICAN HARDWARE CORP.
At the Market
Gambling Charge Dropped
As Firemen Make Promise
Norwalk, April 21. The Rambling
charges apiinst eipht volunteer fire
men, members of tho Putriam Hose
Co. were dropped last nipht, when'
the company plertg-ei Its loyalty to
Fire Chief George V. Boprardus and
voted to abide by all rules of tho
Norwalk Fire Department.
This action ends a long controv
ersy that Jias been under vray since
Chief Boftardus caught eight mem
bers of the company (rambling in
the central fire station and brought
charges against them.
RUTT CAUSES $800 EIRE
Fire caused by a cigarette butt
dropped on the seat of a coupe owned-
by Winslow MeVritt of 1003 Stan
ley street damaged the machine and
garage in which it was !"pt Inst
night before the fire department, in
'answer to an alarm from Box fiT
about in o'clock, arrived and put It
out. Th"1 damage was estimated at
about $ S 0 ' i . Fm'h1 other machines
The Hartford-Connecticut Trust Company
Old State House Square, Hartford, Conn.
Safe Deposit Boxes, $5.00 and upwards.
Foreign Exchange to all parts of the world.
LETTERS OF CREDIT-GENERAL BANKING
Bank by mail. It is safe and saves time.
r-;:s- I
' trom a.Munce "v uih iri'-iut-n, im
removed them from the miming
building.
plain in
Arrested for Passing
Bad Checks; Has 2 Hives
Bridgeport. April 21. Charges of
bigamy will be lodged u gainst
Richard K. Alhbw of I'ortrhest.-r. N.
Y. who is held by the police here
charged with passing worthless
checks, Clarence O. Lister, assistant
city prosecutor announced today.
An investigation into the forgery
charpes is said to have revealed the
fact that Atclilcy had deserted his
first wife In New Rochelle. N. Y..
and married Victoria Mikida.
Bridgeport girl In September. 1!:4. j
Atchlev's case waa continued inl
ruy ruun iuhh ivi
bonds were Increased from
to $:,ooo.
Skull Fractured When
Run Down by Motor Car
Bridgeport, April "1. Patrick
Ciabbatt, 60. is at St. Ymcent's hos
pital suffering from a fractured
skull received when he was struck
by an automobile driven by .lames
.1. Sonierviile of Fairfield early to
day. His condition is serious. Uab
batt was crossing the. street when
struck. Somerville's machine col
lided with another car and- the
driver claims he lost control duo to
the collision and was unable to
r.void striking Ciabbatt.
-k in
$1,r"
Los Angeles Scheduled
To Start at Daybreak
tkchurst. N. J., April 2U The
dirigible Los Angeles was taken
from Rcr hangar shortly after noon
today and walked out lo her steel
mooring mast where she will re
main fled up during the afternoon
preparatory to starting her second
flight to Rermuda al-uit sunset.
Officers of the naval air station said
they expect to arrive h Bermuda
bout daybreak tomorrc-.
SENT TO JAIL
New Haven, April William
Affinito of 14 Ward street", Bristol.
I received a sentence of four months
I in jail and Oliver Mnnn, of the
I same address was Disced on proba
tion when both were arraigned be
fore .lndge C. L. Avery In criminal
I superior court today charged with
transporting liquor. ,
REALTY TRANSFERS
Realty transfers have been re.
corded as follows: E. O. Kilhonrne
to Charles V. Tarker. Wells street:
l.i nn Olson to M. Garflnkle Ellis
and East streets, Frank Much.i to
Antnnia, and Maryanna Cop, Miller
street.
Police Force Consists
Of Capt. and Two Lieuts. :
South Nyack, N. Y., April SI. j
Enforcement of the law in this i-esi- '
dentlal village today was In the,
hands of a police captain and two ;
first lieutenants. Yesterday the
three were patrolmen but the hoard '.
of trustees promoted them at a '
meeting last night. Although no '
advance In pay is granted, the offi
cers now wear gold badges instead !
of tin. At the trustees meeting it
was pointed out that criminals give :
South Nyack a wide berth, only one
man having been detained over night
in the South Nyack jail in the last '
year. !
Foreign Exchange
New York, April '21. Foreign ex
changes linn. Quotations (in cents:)
Great Britain: demand 470 3-S. Ca
bles 4 7 'J a i . (in day bills on banks
4T5 f.$. France: demand 5.02. Ca
bles Italy: demand 4.M. Ca
bles 4.1ii'. Belgium: domain) 6...
Germany: demand 2n.Sd. Holland:
demand H.OJ. Norway: demand 10--7.
Sweden: demand L'i.n;l. pen
mark: demand IS.Sfi. Swllwrland:
demand l:i.:5. Spain: demand 1 1.51.
Greece: demand I.S5. Poland: de
mand 19 1-4. Czeelm-Slovakia: de
mand .Jusnslavia: demand
l.f.l'-i. Austria: demand .Onii 1-1.
I Rumania: demand 45 1-4. Argentina
jdemand 3S.12. Brazil: demand 10.Cu
jTokio: demand 42 1-4. Shanghai:
: demand 74 1-4. Montreal 100.
City Advertisement'
Huildina; Department,
-VOTICE.
Xrw Hritain, Conn.
To whom it may concern:
Public hearing will be held In
P.oom ion, City Hall, Friday even
inu, April 24. 13;."). at 8 o'clock, on
the. application for building permit
for M. W. Kennedy to erect, a two
family dwelling at 40S-41C Corbin
Av.
1!!. 11. PINT, lNSPECTOK.
E. J. HENNESSY.
The Day's Bag
City Advertisement
Piiililing lHpartnient,
cw llrttain. Conn.
NOTICE.
To whom it may concern:
Application has been made fori
permits to erect the following: I
George Schmltt. Chapman and.
Linden street. Store and Ganuie.
Angclo Carmarella, 31n Maple
street, brick store.
All persons objecting to the Is
(uance ot permit for (lie above
have one week from date to notify
the Building Commission.
BULP1NG INHI'KCTOK,
E-J. HENNESSY.
. i if
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After a successful day's tiger hunt in Nepal, India, tin
above photo shows how the game is brought home. Tlv
system of tiger hunting in Nepal is to surround him with I
ring of elephants after he has been located and then drive hin
out with a big tusker. The hunters, mounted in howdahs ato
the elephants have a clear shot at their game when he appean
in the open.

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