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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920 FATHER GLOATS AS IIISJflN DIES Shows Pride in Offspring Exe cuted as Murderer Mr. Weld will be the principal ri iiker. it la planned to muke this one of the mum Important rnlliua of the campaign us It will l.a Mr. Weld's met puhllo appearance since he an nounced' his candidacy. Richard Covert, Mr. Weld's campaign man. ugcr, etal '. that It wan uncertain whether or not the candlduto would speak l-'ritlny or Jlonday. A meeting of fifth ward voter was held last nluht. nt ti, (headquarters. Alderman Stanley A, Mllledgavllle, Ga., March 25 WV- I Karplnnlti and olhers spoke. T.d l. coha,,. a,..-, iii.i di.ajrr nZrZ In the eloctrlo chair hern today for aldormaii In the sixth ward on t ho the murder a year ago of Professor 1 epubltcan ticket and Adolph Peter- W. C. Wright, superintendent of " "u "lre '"i ha schools of Putnam comity, The 17 cess, whether It orsi or not." is u.mnclnl sue. Coast (iuard Cutter Off on Ice Patrol Boston, March 25 P The roast guard cutter Tampa allcd Irom COMMUNITY DRIVE NOW ON SEW LAP (Continued from Flrnt Page) sold candy and raised 83. Troop 6 of the Central Junior high school will Hell pencils and give a piny and ' "hipping ' ovpr- probably about will raise fit). Troop 4 of Berlin ' J"ly nna" wll i"nI'a Halifax, N. will ffivo n coinmunliy nipper Rtii ! s" n,,1 "'"" ph! 1H alternate on will raise 10. I patrol with the cutter Modoc. Pining the luncheon there was a L 'r,H' f'"1" -IH ko'P track ol sound of fife, mul ,ir,,,. (i, '"'W amI ""' 'rfl 1"'! will send I uuuy warning ifr fll.lppi Wall Street Briefs "With a substantially Inrgor crop returns from cotton manufacturers I h i-miMi nut il... a-i t ..i 1 lifini. i,i., . i.. n "now no more .- ....... ...... .. ,,,,, Am,.n(.H, ,.0,,, ,..,., leu patrol duty In tho vicinity of Iho Grand ranks. She will remain on duly until tlio iceberg danger to nt 12:29 execution took place o'clock eastern time, Fd McClelland, Brockton, N. T., who confessed to puriicipallni) In the samo crime a few bonis be. fore his tlmo to pay tho extreme penalty, was put to death at 1 : 4 :t p. m., eastern time. Sam Scarborough, Turn pa, Fin., ! "airy Avenue third member of the group, which took Professor Wright's life, turned state's evidence following hla cap ture, and avowed thnt Coggchhnll and McClelland struck the blows that killed Wright. Scarborough ! oald robbery was tho mothe for the crime. He was given a llfo sen- ! tence. j Coggoshall, the first: to go. was, brought into the deal h chamber nfter ! his father and brother had bid hlin ! good-bye. Two charges of electricity ' wero applied before ho was pro- j nounced dead. j Father Seems Proud. "He was a good man and you1 found him hard to kill." the aged father commented as the second I charge was sent through CogS"shall's j body. Cogg'.shaii'a body was taken In charge by relatives to be pent to Clayton, 111., for burial. The body same Mate, both hnvo announced. Another candidate for the council will liu announced shortly. It is expected. DEATH OF A. A. AVERY Mnn Had Rorn Tn Employ Of W. A. Rlnno Co., For Over Half Century. Albert A. Avery, 65 years old, a life resident of this city and on em ploye of w. A. Kinne Co., for over 50 years, died at 12 o'clock this noon at tho home of his daughter, Mrs. James A. Walsh of 1411 Haley avenue. Heath was caused by heart failure. When he was a young man he went. Into the employ of the Kinne i ov' r simscrlbcd wero thrown open nnd the Hoys' dub fire, and drum corps marched In playing. Tho boys were dressed In Ihelr atlracihe blue uniforms They phyej several selections fur the worlfrs. A money bag was handed to Chairman I.oiiIh W. Young Willi the following message typewritten 0n a tag: ' "To the I'nltid Community Corporation: In order to show our appreciation to tho people of New lirltnln who dp so much for us, we liavo been saving our pennies nnd nlekles. This is tlm result J15. 1.1. From the boys at the New r.ritoln Hoys' club. "The truest tet of civilization b; not the census nor tho size of cities, nor tho crops; no, but tho kind of men tho community turns out." Today's total passed the halfway mark and all indications point to a possiiuiity of tho lln.-il tiuota being "Uiig to a change dipping on tho proximity ami tho drift of lee, In addition to tho ordinary radio, wireless and telephone will be em. ployed. Lieutenant Commander William J. Keester commanded the Tampa. Tier regular commander, Captain Henry Fisher, will resumo command later at Halifax. Deaths over tb spinuiei in i uncut k-hsoh than su mmit hi ago," says tho National Hank of Commerce. "Foreign in. porters have so n. versed their nttl tude toward American cotton since the first large wave of takings that stocks abroad nt the end of Janu ary were below thore of January pj:t.. "The entire burden of carrying the surplus of cotton grown in the Failed State last year Is apparently lo be borne. In this country," the bank adds. "On the continent of Kuropo th.. reports show onlv H7,. nan ,.,le or four pr cent ' moil American cotton consumed In the half year ended January SI, than In nie reason to expected much change In the outlook." STOCK EXCHANGE Score of Industrials Feel De pressing Inlluences Henry McEnroe ' Henry McKr.roe, about SO years old, a. resident of this .city since he was a young man, died at his home, 31,1 Chestnut street, yesterday after a brief Illness. Ho had been a busi ness man In this city for about 60 years until his recent retirement. He conducted a shoo nnd cloth ing store on the corner of Main and ll'int.,i. B,HAt.. ... ......... on,.,-,,, umn anout seven company when It was on tho slie;ln "10 hst of teams, the amount re where Porter & Dyson's store Is 1 Ported by tha Fafnlr lleurimrs Co.. now located. At that time the com-I .v' s"-rilay was credited to Hart and I ye,,lS' n"n he retired. He leaves piny .specialized In the repair 0f'Cool(,S'' The Fafnir i,uniii has been ! fo"r daughters, Mrs. Henry McEn- hic.cles. Later the company moved """scrmed leu per cent and the nun to Its present quarters on Whiting ' llro stl11 going. The American Hag street, he worked as a machinist. He , t0 f;1?fry team having the larg was well known throughout the. clty:,;St amount in relation to its quota and his sudden death will be a shock ' w:,s awarded to the Fafnir team for f ;to his many friends. He was a racin- s"co!:d day. The red and blue McClelland will be sent to hit; moth er ill Brockton, N. Y., lor tnter menr, funds to pay for the shipment having been ratsi d by the congre gation of the. First Baptist church of Macon, Ga. Coggoshall's father and brother, Ham, entered the death chamber a few moments before the condemned ber of St. Mary's church. j IVftdes his daughter, Mrs. Walsh wdlh whom he has always lived, he ts survived by two other daughters. Mrs. Florence Flaherty and Mrs. 'Thomas McAvay, all of this city. ; The funeral wlil be held Satur i'lay morning at 9 o'clock with a. sol- ! flags for tho city team having tho largest amount In relation to Ha quota, and the team having the larg est number of pledges, both went to Team No, 17. working In the third ward. Mrs. John Loomis is captain. It is necessary in order to keep up the proper averages to maintain the emn high mass of requiem. Inter- youth and quietly took after being searched. As Coggeshall was being strapped In after be had lighted a cigarette, his father stood before him and grasped his hand, and a smile that ficenied to be of pride illuminated his face. "Look at. him, gentlemen," he said. "He is as clean and innocent aB they day ho was born." Coggeshall looked him squarely In the eye, but did not reply and his father continued: "You were a good boy and tho future will show it. You have been their sea's ment will lie In Falrvkw cemetery COMPROMISE HF.ACHFD A compromise on the claim of J. B. liawkswortli, former building superintendent, of the S"nior High school against the school district for compensation due the former for Injuries was reached by both parties this morn ing and the formal hearing was not held, it was announced at tho commissioner's office this after-! noon. , The award will be drawn up this afternoon. Mr. Hawksworth claims a good boy all your life and I am that, during the course of his duties as superintendent of the Senioj High school building he fell from a utep ladder lsst April and was unablo to work for several months after the Echool authorities stopped paying him compensation. His claim was for tho balance of tho compensation. proud that you arc dying like a man." Coggesliall's voice was as clear as a bell as ha calmly replied: "Goodbye, Dad." WELD WILL SPEAK AT RALLY IN FIFTH WARD N. & J. OFFICIALS Sl KPRISEn Samuel McCutcheon, treasurer of North & Judd Mfg. Co., stated today P. Nomination j that no action, so far as he knew, was contemplated by the board of directors of the company at the reg- Knwh Tnrualav wn ular quarterly meeting this after- Candidate For G. O, For Mayor To Make First drive slogan of 'Glva a day's wages." according to a statement made, by Director L. W. Young. For tho third time the North & Judd team, of which Waller L. Bell Is captain, reported having collected all Its subscriptions In cash. Harry consolidated;- "'"lugs, captain or ream 10, one ot the Ki wants club teams reported one pledge, a tolal of $4e and $33 in cash. Secretary P.alph L. O. Gould of the Chamber of Commerce and cap tain of Team No. 25, reported $3 j from Troop 2 and $5 from Troop 10, Boy Scouts, The speaker of the day was Rev. William H. Aldcrson. Men who have made a success In life are those who have pushed for- j ward relentlessly with one big idea, according to Itcv. Mr. Alderson. He told tho workers that those who have achieved success have been men who have gene forward hanging onto their big ideas like grim death. He paid unbss the workers are sold on the idea that the drive is the big gest, thing In New Britain this week nnd are thoroughly sold on tho Im portance of the community chest to the community, they had better turn in their cards to their captains and let some one pfae do the work. roe, .Mrs. FrederieU M..r the Misse, Millie nnd Angela Me. Lnroo, and two sons, Thomas Mc I.nroe of this city and William Mo Ftiron of Mlddletown. Funeral services will be held Fri day morning at 9 o'clock at. th Church of St. John the Evangelist where a solemn high mass will bo celebrated. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery. doscpli ITnlcj Joseph, one year and six months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kin ley of S2S Main street died this mornmg nt his home. Funeral serv lees were at tho funeral parlors of I. M. furlin fv. this afternoon. In terment was in St. Mary's cemetery. Walter Znpntka. New York, March S5 (A1) An oilier wavo of liquidation swept i over tho stock market today, de. I pressing tno aeoro Industrial Issues I to new low records for tho year In a heavy volume o trading. Losses I In many stocks ranged from 1 to 7 points with an cnin break of i 11 points recorded hy Fnlted Fruit, j Bistres selllns, oecnsloned by yesterday's dritle decline, contln ued to pour In from nil quarter! previous six months. There is no i "", forr' of "ie boBr ' " wns nroKcn ny intermittent rallies : made possible, by short covering j and tho extension of backing sup- ! port for ft few stocks. Another se vere drain on the money mnrkvt resulted from the falling of bank lonis. with the renewal rate on call fundi raised to B per eent. Itepresentntlve stocks such as Baldwin, American Locomotive, Sludelinker, Chrysler, Kennecott Copper, National Lead and Gulf states Steel were among those ham mered down to now low levels for the yenr but standard rails, Includ ing Atlantic. Coast Line. Chesa peake and Ohio, and St. Louis Southwestern rallied 8 to 6 points. High Low Close 2 SIH 112 11 '4 I2 57 59 l"ti flttw 98 '4 i:n; iis?i 12014 70 70 U 70 i PUTNAM & CO JlWEST MAIN ST. NEW BRITAIN Tel. 7040 ' We Offer: 50 shares Landers, Frary & Clark 50 shares American Hardware 50 shares Stanley Works The Otis Elevator Co., earned Jlfl.ai a share In 192.1 on Its Ji7, 012, Sjn common stock of J30 par value, compared with 1 1.6ft a share on $1(1, lis. sou common stock the years before. Illinois Steel and Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad companies, sub sidiaries of f. S. Steel, have received orders for a total of $S75.nfin tie Plates from the Mlssouri-Kansas-Texas. t I'nlon Bap and Paper Co. earned $1.S2 a share In 1025 against, $2.17 a share the yenr before. Net protlt declined to ?223.0S3 from $31 8,038. An assessment of 7 a share on the common stock of American Sumatra Tobacco Co., now In re ceivership, which would bring in I about $1,014,000 cash, Is provided j ui in pian or reorganization agreed upon by various committees representing note holders, creditors and preferred and common stock holders. Details will be submitted to stockholders at a meeting tomorrow. -Mils Chnl Am Ht Sug Am Can Am Loco . Am Smelt j A in Sug . . I Am Sum ITS Am Tel ,vr Tel 144 JUDD & COMPANY MEMBERS NEW YORK STUCK EXCHANGE MEMBERS HARTFORD STOCK EXCHANGE JUnit BUILDING, I'KARI. ST., COr. Ix-wlt St. HAIt l I OKI), CONN. j KLFPIIOXE 2.121 New Britain: Ilnrrltt Hold Building. Tel. 1816 Mcrlden: :t Colony St. Tel. 1340 Bristol: 124 Mln SI, Tel. 2105 We Offer AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. RIGHTS, w. I. CONN. GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. RIGHTS at the market Directors of the Bethlehem S'eel corporation have called for re demption on July 1 tho company's outstanding S per cent preferred stock at a price, of $115 a share. Prior to that lime, the corporation Waller Zar.atkn. , -..-.a'"1" PTcnnse me stock at the re- last night at the Newman rJ,'mI1tlon Price plus accrued dlvl- tnrium. He is survived hv his father and a brother. The funeral will probably be he,l Friday morning nt 7:30 o'clock from the Sacred Heart, church and burial will be in Sacred Heart cemetery. Mrs. Mary A. Donnelly Mrs. Mary A. Donnelly, 64 years old, widow of Michael H. Donnelly, died at her homo, 2S7 South Main street, last night at about 9 o'clock of pneumonia. She was born tn thin city In June, 1SG1, tha daughter of Timothy and Mary A. Farrell. The early years of her life was spent as a resident of the north end of the city. Afler she married Mr. Donnelly they took up their residence In the southern section of tho city. Her husband died in 1S98. Surviving her are her daughter, Mrs. Catherine Donnelly Lvnch of dends. Of a $30,000,000 Issue of S per cent preferred sold In 1917, all but about $r,O00.eti(i has been ex changed for 7 per cent preferred shares. pfd ASKS PROOF OF 'JOINT TOECTION Malik to Take Up Charges by Candidate Quigley "Work ns though the pntit-,'. drive I """" u" ' wun me. depended upon vnu alone," he sejd. The first gun In the campaign of j New Britain chapter of the Ameri- i0 f;t ;; t od that the drive rnti'd not be Gardner C. Weld for tho republican j can Red C ross, the subject of re- ' complete success unless every In- ilv' 8,1 of "'. and four grand nomination for mayor, will bo fired 1 lief for the families of the employes dhldual worked an thoui'b the whole children. She was a member of St. next T: esrlay evening In I-alcon hall who lost their lives In the disaster thing at the corner of Broad and Beaver at the annealing room on February . dors, streets, It was announced last night. 4. IPSt Stanley Uchalik who Is confining j his campaign for the republican j nomination for mayor to the lifth I Hartford; four sons, Henrv II. Don-iViini wl" have some pointed ques- inellv, William J. Donnelly, Dr. John ! ,l0I1 ,0 ask the Quigley wing of his T. Donnelly and Stephen P. Donnel- Party when ho holds his second rally, rested upon his or her shoitl "If everyone decs his or her theo the drive will be a suc- X - , , n " 1 1 mi Hi mi 11 1 f 11 ini'imn i n rims m m ms, 1,111,1 1 m, nn m nmmH'iiiiimmj PUTNAM & CO. r Joseph's parish. Funeral services will he held to morrow morning' at 10 o'clock nt St. Joseph's church with a solemn hlch mnss of requiem. Interment will bo in St. Mary's cemetery. What A Penny Will Do Electrically A penny invested in electric current at the average rate will: Run vacuum cleaner approximately 40 minutes. Operate a washing machine approximately 50 minutes. Heat a six pound flatiron approximately 25 minutes. Heat a toaster long enough to toast 16 slices of bread. Brew 5 cups of coffee in a percolator. Heat a waffle-iron long enough to cook 20 waffles. Keep warm a heating pad from 3 to 6 hour. Heat a curling-iron once a day for 3 weeks. Operate a vibrator, 20-minute treatments daily, for 1 1 days. National Electric Light Association Figure The wonders of electricity are familiar to all of us through our daily use of electric devices. But do you as an investor reali:e the strong investment position of the electric light and power industry? In recent years we have handled many offerings of securities based on the electrical industry. We shall be glad to tell you more about the investment op portunities which it offers. Members New York and Hartford Stock ExcJiungr? 6 Central Row, Hartford, Conn. Telephone 1141 STOCK M EMBERS 31 West Main Street, New Britain, Conn. Telephone 2040 Funerals John Fcxstcr Funeral services for John Foster of 171 Black Bock avenue, were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock ot Krwin chapel. Rev. Samuel Sutcllffe, rec tor of St. Mark's Episcopal church, officiated. Interment was In Fair view cemetery. Mrs. Mathilda F.rklnnd. Funeral services for Mrs. Ma thilda Eckland were held this after noon at 3 o'clock at Krwin chapel. Rev. Gustav E. Pihl, pastor of tho Swedish Bethany church, officiated. Interment was in Fairview cemetery. Saturday night, he said todav, Cchalik demands that Quigley produce proof of protected "joints'' ' in this clly a evidence of his good ' citizenship. i The candidate charges Quigley with having spent money on the : municipal Ice house In npito of the j latter's declaration that he had notli- ing to do with it. As an alderman, ; Quigley Introduced the resolution ! for an ice house, and later caused a , new roof to be put on. Fchnllk j avers. The youthful aspirant for i mayor corrects Qnigicy's figure of j $10,0110 loss on potato sales and de- i clares Quigley lost $15,000. Ho also I charges Quigley failed to live up to ! bis promise to put Lafayette street's i drainage system In proper working order. i A m Wool . . . Anaconda . . . Atchison At. Glf W Ball Loco .. Bab & Ohio Beth Steel . . Hosch Mag . Cen I.eath .. Can Pan .... dies & Ohio C M & S P. c m & s r Chile Cop Colo Fuel . Cru Steel . . Cnsden Oil . Dnv Chem , Erie Erie 1st pfd On Electric Cen oMtors Ot North pfd ltd Nickel ... Int. Paper Kelly Spring . . Kennecott Cop. Lehigh Val Marine pfd . . , Mis Fao pfd . . Nat Lead New Haven ., Norf & West North Pac . . Pacific Oil .. Pan American Penn Railroad P StHCft I. I 'icree Arrow . . ; Pure Oil ib'ep I & S .. ! Bay Copper . . ! Beading iPuiyal Dutch.. Sinclair Oil i South Pacific . . . 3 Si . 43"i i:0'i I S3 .10.1 . ss; . 42 . :ih .Bin 10'i lC'i S2 30 r.7i .-014 :m 33 139 113 7 85 i 3 6 . 73"' . 31 H . 7514 .145 . 3fi .iasi . 64 'i 60 51 33 4 2S 'J 7 Pi '4 11 H S3 f'S'i 3S 43 125 37'? f7'i 87?' 41H 214 43 i 3S'i SS!, 41 H 51T4 South Railway 110i Stiidehaker 1, Te.vas Co Texas ,v Pac . Trans Oil . . . Vnlon Pac . , l'nited Fruit. . U S Indus Al F S Rubber . U S St eel . . . Westinghonse Willys Over . Radio . 50 . 43 3 1.. .145 .151 . b:u . 6Si -122 'a 63 . 22 . 37'i 132'4 182 32 H m 1d8i 30'i - f Ti 2 3S' 235 11714, 7! 3 4i 4 8 15'i 61 si'i 345 354 147 (58-ii 64;i 5 50 S3 27 4 50 ti mi 81 61 i 21 33 103 U 61 144 '.4 150 52 67 3 05 (!S 21 36 Thomson, Hmsik n.int Hotel nuifr.. New Britain Telephone 258(1 MEMBERS NEW 1'ORK AND HARTFORD STOCK EXCHANGES Donald R. Hart, Mgr. We Offer :- LANDERS, FRARY & CLARK AMERICAN HARDWARE STANLEY WORKS TORRINGTON We do not accept nargin accounts " i 96 H 113 72 34 4S 15 61 79 1 75 145 35 148 68 64 65 61 33 2S 61 1 1 82 51 21 9S 110 63 144 150 52',', 67 121 68 22 37 Eddy Brothers &(s . . . k a- HARTFORD Hartford Conn.Trusl Bldg. Ti.2-7ie NEW BRITAIN Bum'tt;Hotel Blda. ""Tel.. 3420 r We Offer and Recommend Aetna Life Insurance Co. John Wnnnaoott, Tho funeral of John Wannncott, employe of the N. N. H. & II. railroad for 60 years, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. William H. Alderson, pas tor of Trinity Methodist church, of ficiating. Interment will be In Fair view cemetery. Mrs. Mary Ballork The funeral of Mrs. Mary Pallock of 126 Beaver street Was held nt Ukrainian Greek Catholic church this morning. Interment was In Ukrainian cemetery. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the kindness and sym pathy shown us during our recent bereavement in the death of our be loved wife and mother; also for the beautiful floral offerings received. Signed, CHARLES P. GLOVER, WILLIAM II. GLOVER. City Items Mrs. Rennett Nelson Is visiting ber daughter, Mrs. E. A. Lind qulst, in Cleveland, Ohio. A regular meeting of Landers camp. Modern , Woodmen of Amer ica, will bo held this evening In SI. Jean's hall on Church street. A son was born at. the New Brit ain General hospital this afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Plalnvllle. The operator's license of Ooveneur Johnston, 472 Lincoln street has been returned by the state motor vehicle commissioner. Josephine Swoboda has trans- LOCAL STOCKS (Furnished by Putnam & Co'.) ! Insurance Stocks. I Bid I Aetna Casualty : Aetna Lite Ins Co 800 I Aetna Life Ins Co Rts 200 ' Aetna Fire 590 : Automobile Ins - ! Hartford Fire 560 I National Fire ; 750 i Phoenix Flro 550 : Traveln sreloCsU. .c.taoslhrdlti , 'Travelers Ins Co 1070 1100 j Travelers Ins Co Rts ..ISO 250 i Connecticut General ..160O 1800 i Manufacturing Storks. ! Am Hardware S3 i Am. Hosiery 30 ! Beaton & Cadwell ' Am Hosiery etaolshrrsssns Ihce.llfd Cpt Co com . . S9 Fillings t Spencre com Fillings Spencer com Asked 800 820 210 615 350 675 800 675 84 90 9 ferred property on Jubilee street i filings Spencer pfd to Carl Lex et al. Edward MrPridc has transferred property at Long and Short streets to Thomas C. Kelly. Philip Sklarsky has sold a res taurant at 8 Chestnut, street to his parents. Miss Anna R. Vetrano 0' Church street left this morning for New York where she will spend the nct I lU WI'l'llS. CAF.D OF THANKS We wifli to thank our friends and neighbors for the kindness nnd sym pathy shown us during our recent bereavement in tho death of our be loved wire and mother, also for the beautiful floral offerings received from workers of the Speedometer room and office staff of the Corbln Screw Co. Signed, HTM AN KRAMER, and Family. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the kindness and sym pathy shown us during our recent bereavement In the death of our be loved husband and father, also for the be autiful floral offerings receiv ed. We especially wish to thank the Stanley Works Dept. 4, and S'anby Works foremen and P. & F. Corbln Press Dept. Signed, MRS. STELLA AKACKI. and Dauchter. COMPULSORY VACCINA! griN Boston. March 25 (.P) The state house of representatives today passed to be engrossed a bill fur the compulsory vaccination of childr, n attending private schools. The vote was 101 lo 92. READ HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RESULTS BOLLERER'S rosy suor o vorn niinnnw SEND MOTtlril 11 OWIsIt!! tPASTEK r.RKKTIMi r.itni 8! W. MAIN ST PROF. MUX.., TF.I.. SSS The Telettniph riorhd of Jirw Hrlluin. Bristol Brass 6 Bristol Bras . .wLowS 1 Cop's Arms 28 Kacle Lock 1"0 Fafnir Fearing Co .... 90 Hart Cooley 190 Landers, F - 87 N P. Machine 33 N B Machine pfd H'f Nilvs -Re-Pond com .... 23 North ,v Juld 29 Peck, Stewe ,C.- Wil .... Russell Mfg Co 7'i Scovill Mfg Co 23 0 Si indard Screw loe Stanley Works 78 Stanley Works ptd 27 Tornngion Co 00m .... '" Public Utilities StnrL Torn Lt ,;- row pfd ...1u9 Tlf.l Flee LlL-ht 23" N F. ads 4 5 Southern N E Tel 153 Conn Klec Service .... fl Conn Pev.-i r Fractions 6 14 9 V 30 ie7 ion 89 16 24 31 76 so 7 'A 5 106 so 112 500 156 67 TKF SI'HY ST ATEMENT Treasury balance f544.755 480 Boyle Co. Takes Appeal On Building Permit The John Boyle Co. has appealed to the. board ot adjustment for a special exception to permit tho con struction ot a three story warehouse at 21 Main street, a permit having been refused by the building depart ment because of a conflict with zon ing regulations. Tho company plans to remove a frame structure now standing and replace lt with a new brick building. Peculiarities of the lot and lone re quire the maximum rear lot space Of 25 feet whereas the plans provided only 19 Inches. Radio Mf-tcnera Mist Vttj In Germany it is estimated there are about 1,200,000 radio receiving ts In operation for which a regular iicc-nse fee Is paid. The radio listener pays In 12 annual Install ments of two marks each. The fees are collected by the mall carriers. Runs Beauty Shop in Mine Town V III ww', 111 I ift'x V -,.vijeN irt&-' T :$ i 'V u ' . Mr e'l ,, 1 4 f Hi vil , 1 yjft s '.oen . Joseph A. Haffey HNIIKKtAKEh Flione l!,v OppoMte Kl Mnri'i I horeh KeMdenee U Rnmmec Kt ltft- Ne-n- York Exchanires. one; aiances, l oo.non.fcOfi. Boston Exchanges, 73.ono.eoa; balances, S3, 000,000. Tonri'-t F Extraclrd In Groece foreign tourists pay a fee for the privilege of visiting th ; old museums and places of interest , The original charge was about j but a movement has been underway j to Increase this to $ln. Evidence I of h.-ning paid the fee admits the j I tourist to all the places of antiquity. Frontenae, Kans., is a mining town with 22 nationalities represented in its population. But Miss Helen Lesniak runs a beauty parlor there, and makes a po of it, too. Her customers come from town many miles away.