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Pago Six NAUGATUGK DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. On The Air Today •l:IHi ]>. in, \VOK •• News; Gambling WAT11- -Ethel ami Albert \VABC—Survicc Time •1:1". 11. in. VVAl'.C--Homi! Fmnl Matinee WATK'-Tlmo Out for Music W13AI-- Stella Dallas \VJX--Don Normiin Show WOR—Sunny Slcylar . ,|:liO p. in. \VARC- Off the Ki'Cui'd WJ55-W AT R— News WOK—Food-Homo Forum 4:43 ]>. in. WAttC- Raymond Scull Show \VATR-\VJX---Hop Hart igan .1:1X1 p. in. \VAUC—fc'un willi Dunn WUAI''-\VT[C— Whim a Girl Marrit'S WOK- l.'nelu !>>n W.(55-WATti T.'rry and Pii'alos .": I." n. -in. \VKAF-VVTtr \Vo.r.ovo ami Lear; WJK- Hick Tracy VVOIt- Chick Carter H'ATK .Mi-loily Review Your Eyeglasses Shop Tomlinson Nrnry IJuihliMj,' Niiiigutiicl:, Conn. Electrical Supplies Ligrhting- Equipment 1503115 'KM \V1TI! I5OS1!5> Viirtur — Ciillllilbliv — llcrca KririmN SWAN ELECTRIC CO. in cnviiCti ,"*r. TKI.. -'."-i 5:XO (). 111. WEAF-WTIC—Pluln Bill WATK-WJK—Jack Armstrong WABC—Three Sisters WOH—Tom Mix Show 5:*ir> p. m. WABC—Wilderness Road WHA'F-WTIC—Front Pugo Furre 11 WATK-WJZ—Sea Hound WOK—Superman li:0<> p. MI. WOR—News; Prayer Other Stations—News U:10 (I. ill. WTIC—-News \VATR-- Music far Dining VV'lilAI.-'- -Serenade to America W.IK— Ethel and Albert WABC— Ted Httsing U'OK—Neu-sree;; Hollywood li:SI) i>. in. \VO.R--Nuws WABC—Jeri Sullavan U'KAl--—Sc-rcjiind..'; Bill Stern WJK— Whose War? Band WLMC —strictly Spurts \\'OU—Stan Lomax WAI-iC-WJH—Neu-s WTiC-W.EAF-U-iv.-oll Thomas 7:01) p. in. WEAF-WTtC—Music Shop U'AUC —1 Love a Mystery WOK--Fulton Lewis" WATR-WJ2~Frecl Waring Show \VO.R—Victory is Our Business WABC—Pasuing Parade WE A l. --WT1C—- News 7:80 p. in. ; Won- Confidentially Yours SVABC—Mr. Keen VV'ATf:—Drama series WJ2.F—Diani', Jesters, K. Tavlor WTTC-WRAP'-Charliu Ch:tn ' 7:-l5 [i. in. WOR Answer Man WAVlt-WJX- -Medieal Talk H.-/KI p. HI. WKAt'x-WTlC' -•!• rank Morgan Nats To Keep Uft Fast Thinking Gave Tris Speaker Another Chance IRISH QUARTER By Jack Sbrds lly I313KXAKD 1JUKNNI5U (United Prehs Sports Stuff) When baseball fans remember Tr-is Speaker they .generally con"-, nect him with the Cleveland Indians. But when Tris remembers his playing 1 days there'-s always I one game thai alands out In '• his | memory; And he wasn't with the Indians then, he was a young-out- llnlder' wilh the Boston Red Sox. Thirty-two years ago—buck in 1912—the • Sox whipped 'through i m: American league like ft knlffi culling butler. They won 105 games in the regular ' season lo sel a record that lusted until 3920. Smokey JOB Wood led a pitching staff lhal Included Buck' O'Brien and Hugh Bedient. Back on the outltuld -grass wilh Speaker was DulTy Lewis an'd Harry Hooper. That crowd didn't have mtic/i truunle winning the American oague pennant. Bui over in Ihe other league another great toiim moved through .the season the •itime way. John McGraw's New York Giants dominaled Ihe Na- ional league as thoroughly as the ! :'<od Sox lorded i: over ihe junior | -ircuil. -And Ihey met in a world | cries that gave young Tris ipualiei- his llrst tnsl'o oT ch'am- WA I.-:C- .SKtjpcnjio u'.IX-WATIt Watch S:IT, p. in. WATP.-V/J?: Lum •„' Abner VS'OU- Skylar Soromuli! S:»ll ji, in. '' ; YOI;:;. IIO.MK I:AKK::V: : i CITY BAKERY j 171 Maple Street i GREAT OAK FARM J MILK — EGGS * J IMlvcry T«i Alt l'ai*U "f Niuiiiu t iti-U Phone Us! 01I j* iin Waterbury Heating- Co. !;: Sfirldff St., V,'lliy. .|-fr!7, On c-'li-i- (nsiiraru-o I'MiiMiitui Joseph V. Rosko, AiCfnt S T;ninn Sln-rt Ti-l. •l!l'J8-2!);-i2 **+t* +f *ff& r~ r^ *f+^f*^^*f *^*^^*r' CHYSTAI, IS VKI1V rOI'UI.AU ; AS A WKDIMNfi GIFT STRISIK'S WAUC Death Vtillry Stories WATI'-;-\VJX. Tow n greeting \VISAr---Third Navul District !l:l»tl p. in. WOR-- Gabriel H water '.VEAI'" Music Hall V.'ABC ••-il.-ijur .Bdwi-s Show !l:lu P. in. WOR -Screen Test , U'AiiC .-Curlis.-: Areher WTlC Village Stare WliAl-* Diivis-IInley Show W.IZ-VVATR -Spotlight Band WO1-:- -ytarlighi Kerenitilu !l:Sll |i. in, V/ABC — r-'irst Line U'lSAr' > .VVTIC. 1 --Hufry Savoy Show \^'O('-i— Xews WATR- -P.aymond G. Swing IH:I3 p. in, WABC — Dancing; News \V.l'/.- George Hicks WISAf- Dm malic Sketch \VOR- • Dale Carnegie 1ll:KH p. in. \VEAF-\VTIC— March of Timo \VOR -Svmphonotie WJX-WATR— ,/oe E. Brown Slvjw WABC — Here's to Romance I l:ill> i). in. \VEAF-Clov. Dewey Other Station.'; — News 11:15 |>, in. WATR— N.:ws WJK— Chester Bowles WABC— Joan Brooks II:K» IL in. \'.'ABC Viva Amnricii U-'TTC— -C'n r.adian Music WOP; — Brand wynne Orch. \VRAP--\Vorkl" Music \VJ5C--- Musical Mysteries 12:1)1) Mldnifflit U-'ATF.— Si«n Off \Vjy.— -News: Olson Orch. WABC — News; Kayo Orch. WKAF -News; Roy Shield Orch. WOP.— MeC-.lne, Marsala Orchs. LIQUOR SPECIALS! 4 SchenleyV 5 3.29 ri-il 5th S« i'rivilf'fi! "Spccliil" WHISKEY $3.26 Gill. Hist 111,•(! and I,i,Hied by Aincriiiiin Distilling C<>, UOMA WINES AMKKKJ.A'S '(.AHflKST SIOI.I.ING WINKS I'OKT, SlIMKItV, $ 1.O4 jioiiship competition. OKI limoi-a could tell you stories about that series for three dnys and never lell the same one Iwlce. Eut for a real thrill take a look at the eighth g:\tr.e. 'L'hu starling piteluirs: for New York-.—Christy Malhewsoii and for Boston — Hugh tlL-llil.'tlt. 11 was October ICth. 1012. The championship rode on the game. ICuch team hatl v.'on three times .isid one game had ended in a lit. Mathewson put his 1 fadeaway' to work, and for the llrst six innings ihe Eosloii bailers just wasled their time at the plate. They couldn't hit the great Giant pitcli- „•!• at all when it counted. Speaker (.•jubk-tl io right in the inning. But Matty tightened up and icit Speaker stranded on the middle sack. Wilh two-thirds of tho ball game gone the Red Sox began to worry - the Giants had scored cjnce in the third inning. And us the innings crepl by thai single run loomed bigger aiicl bigger on the Scoreboard. The tally came when Red -Murray doubled to send Devore home. Then they reached the sevenlh inning and the plugging Red. Sox lied it up. Jake Stall I popped up into loft. 15ui throe Giant players waved each other in to make the catch—and nobody made il. Wagner walked, and then one of the pinch hitters in the game— O!af Hendrickson—look Ecdicnl's place and doubled to even things up. And with Bedier.t out. Smoky Joe Wood cnmc in to pitch for.the teti Sox. Wood and Matthcwson batlled through the rest of the regulation distance. The game went int'j the lOlh inning still tied al one-all— uul ihe championship WHS wailt- ng for the llrst team lo get a jrotilc and make il stick. The Giants got their break in .he top half of the 10th. Murray .loubled. Fred Merkle looked over a couple of Wood's pitches ind singled sharply. Murray came lome with the run thai gai'c Ihe Clianls a 2 to 1 lead. And the ostun crowd stirred into action —they rattled the stands with Iheir hums and pleas lo get lhat run jack. iriaithcwson faced ihe Sox in ic lasi half of Ihe lOlh. First tp was Clyde Englc—balling for imoky Joe Wood. Malty worked n Engle—he gol the hitler lo ;ifl in- easy fly to center field—but Snodgrass dropped it. Engle vas or. sec-jnd. Hooper filed out —then Yurkus walked—and then ris Speaker came up. Matty came in with one of those easing fadeaways and Speaker It. It looked like two out. Speak- Bosox Trimmed By Indians * 11 Innings; Pirates Win LRAGUE Don-oil », >-"cw York 2. Cl'.-v«!!i.nil 11. 30. SI. Louis -i, V.'ashin«lon Chio.i;;o l>, Philadelphia ] Tlie XV. . VJAS O*JERS<4APouJep UAS-f . ey .eeeretu ' L. i fl2 fi-1 fifi CS -r, .17 77 AF, 77 .',C S2 .'5- Pel .00 ..w .S3: .52 Dclroil St. Loi;is ... Now York . Boston Cleveland Philadelphia Chicago .. .. Washington Today's CamM. J'itcIiorB Now York al Detroit—Dubiel (12 :2) vs.' Overmire (11-JJ). Hoslon at Cleveland—O'Neill CO]]) vs. Smith (7-1]). Washington al SI. I.vuiis—Leon- ard (J2-13) vf,. Potter OG-7). Hartford Senators Lose In Playoffs ' ''in the' E.islerh 'league playoffs, the Utic:i Blue Sox -u-jn the fifth and deciding game or their semifinal against the Hartford Lnur- I els, 9 to S. They face ihe Bing'] iianipton Triplels in ihe finals. i The Nashville Vols won the ! Southern association ch.-impionship j by defeating the Memphis Chicks j 11 to 10 in the seventh' game of their playoff series. In un.American association semifinal, the St. Paul Saints squared the series at Ihree games apiece j by defeating the Toledo Mud Hens 2 to 1. Buffalo took .1 two-gamcs-lo nothing 1 load over the Baltimore Orioles i:i an tntcniational league semi-I'innl by edging out Ihe Orioles, 1 to 0, in a contest shortenct to seven innings by rain. ! This V That By DUKIJ 1CAZI.AUSF\AS ~ •-"' (fc'purts JCdiior) Two-Handed Grip To Dominate Tennis New York, Sept. 21—(UP)— A famous tennis expert predicts the gume will "go bosobuil" during the post-war period. Los J a h n, a nationally known instructor, says the two-handed grip and heavier racquets will dominate the play after the war. Rod-haired Jahn als-j says Pocr will play a large part in thognme of tennis and there will be. a marked similarity to the driving play of baseball. Right now two bunded players such n.s Puncho Segu:tt of Ecuador and Jack Eromwich of Australia are considered freaks, but Jultn says: "Wilhin Ion years many topflight players will be gripping larger racquets with the two-handed group like Sejrurn. and Bromwich —but unlike them, they will also be using a two-handed serve." FRANK SINATRA IS LEAD NOW AT STRAND THEATER The collcgi; fooiball powers this fall, according, to dopesters, who usually turn out to be dopes afier one checks their predictions with the ncl«a.i outcome luler, in the I-!:LSI wili lie with the Army and Navy. Tn the Midwest, it is said lhai the College of Our Lady will dominate again. Oklahoma and Tulsa will be stiong in the midlands, with Texas the big team in "the southwest. Georgia Tech and North Carolina arc expected io boasi powerful teams in the South. The Rocky mounl.'iin area should see Colorado college and the Second Air Poorce share power. And in the Far West, Washington and Southern California are reputed to be nmong the strongest. Nothing much is said about. Yale in our own New Ho-von county, but they may sport a surprisingly slror.g team too. At nny rate, they'll be pkiying eight home games at the Bowl this fall. Gillis Of Ansonia In Yale Backfield P/-i\ p ate Bob MOD tgomoi-j;—Xcw York vorsion -jf the ligh'.weight boxing champion of the world — h:is taken lime out to enjoy a good laugh in the ring. Normally, Boh is a very hard worker in the srjt:;irecl circle, but recently he hns been refereeing ;i few bouts between colored soldiers near his post at Kecsler Held. The other niglit liob raised his .-11-111 to count, ovor o fallen boxer, but he didn't even got a. chance to stnri the count. Just as Monty was getting ready .o say "one", the hid loolicd up and said: "No..use cour.tin', Mistuh ^omcry. I ain't goin' to get New Haven, Conn.. Sept. 21. — The selection of George Loli. for ijuart- erb.-ick sor\ r icc today rounded out the Yule hackfi"ld which will start in the season's lid lifter next Saturday in the historic Bowl ag;iinst the Coasl Guard Academy. The three others nominated by Coach Howard Odell are fleet-footed Roger Barksdalo for the full- !)ack .station while Frank Gillis and Dana Dudley will sec 'service ns halfbacks. Loh replaces the injured Warren W. <J;)ke) Hall, ihe ace passer of the Elis who was hurl in a scrimmage session two weeks ago and is expected to be 'lost for the major portion of the season. A V-12 student from Larchmont, X. Y.. Loh was a member of the mound corps of the Yale baseball NATIONAL I-KAGCK Yrslerday's llesultx Pittsburgh 2, Brooklyn 1. Philadelphia H. Cincinnati 2 (Isi). Cincinnati il, Philadelphia -5 (2d), Chie.-igo :it New York, wet grounds. St. Louis at Hoslon, rain. The Standing St. Louis Pittsburgh Cincinnaii Chicago New York Boston Philadelphia Brooklyn ;<G S3 SO GC 03 OS 5S OS . L. Pet. 58 Gl 82 S2 S-i .5SC- .507 .-1 1-i .•;:•: .-!OS Monl- up!" team this past spring, but pitch ing on the footb.'il; Jleld is a new experience to him'. He- stands six- feet tall, weighs 175 pounds and has been developing his passin with arn.'izing rapidity. In last Sat- urdny's scrimmage game which Y.'ile gained a 20 to 6 margin over Holy Cross, one of the Bulldog touchdown." was the result of his 30-yard aerial to Gillis, and he clicked on several other passes. Both Gillis and Dudley are Marino trainees, and before being assigned to Yale were at Harvard, although tieiihcr participated in varsity football. Gillis was a member of the i!M3 Vale squad, but snw service only for n few minutes in the Columbia and Army games. 'He is five feet, ven inches tall. weighs 16!3 pounds but is the hardest running back in ihe K!i camp. His home is in Ansonia. Conn. PETER LORRE IS LEAD THIS WEEK AT STATE THEATER MR. BOSTON Straight \Vhlski-y $3.10 Dubonnet VERMOUTH Swot, or Dry ]()() PROOF SOUTHLAND LIQUOR 5th Gal. SJ^ AQ Ceiling' Price S5.C3 * DUFF GORDON Nina SHERRY 5iu Gai. si yg Ceiling- Price S2.55 ' * J. K, STORES LIQUORS - WINES BEER CUT RATE 396 North Main St. Union City, Conn. (Ol'I'OWJTK SHKl.r. fJAS STATION) r squirted lip a hig-h foul between plute and firsl ' base. Tris hought quickly — he decided lo ;' yell for the Giant pitcher—Chief -Myers—to make Ihe calch, Tris thouK e mif,'ht tease the Chief j into going- over—and it didn't Ic-jk like Myurs could reach Ihe ball. But jusl then Christy Mathewson called—lie called for Myers. ' Myers and Fred Merkle bolh wenl after lhat ball—and neither one reached it. Morkle was blamed for it—but Ihe fault was Mallhew- son's -— he Called for Ihe u'l-ong man. And hu gave Tris Speaker another chance to hit. Sinatra gets his first screen kiss! This business of Him kissing surprised !<Yank Sinutra during the making of his new vehicle for P.KO, "Step," now on ' the Strand screen. Also starred are George Murphy. Gloria dc Haven, Adolphc Menjou mid other celebrities. The Voice'• didn't get a change to do any dramatic osculation in his starrer, "Higher and Higher," even though the picture wound up with him marrying Barbara Hale. And he approached the chore of kissing Miss Do Haven | and Anne Jeffreys, her rival in the ?iew offering, wilh some Irepicla- tion. "I sort of Ihoughl it -would be like private life kissing," Sinatra ' admitted afterward, "but there The greatest of all in person .stage shows opens an engagement at the St.nte theater, Hartford, th Fridny, Saiurday and Sunday. Sia uttraction No. .1 is in person, "Th Suave Villain of 1,000 Screen Hits, Peter Lorrc, featured in such out standing hits as ", "The Ma sic of Dimilrios," an "Arsenic and Old Lace.' AUr.ictio No. 2 on the stage bill is Stan Ken ton and his Famous Hand, coniin r direct !'roni Boh Hope's Radio pro gram, and featuring Gene Howard Attraction No. 3 is America's Fore most Chiirncter Comic, "Poppoia' Cohen, comedy star of "Abie's Irisl Rose' Radio show. Attraction No •t is Anita O'Day, "America's No 1 Swing Stylist." Completing the stage bill is Ted and Flo Valletl Marcella I-Icndricks, and others The screen attraction is "San Fernando Valley' with Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. The world's diameter .is measured at the equator is 7.P28 miles, or roughly throe times Ihe distance across the U. S. This time Tris didn't foul it isn't much privacy about kissir.g off, Tris spanlted^a solid single a girl wilh 50 people" slandir.g around wftlching you, and the di- right—and Engle came in to tie the game up. Lewis walked then—and Larry Gardne:' was up. But Larry caught il — it'was a fly —Yi;rkct> lagged up at Ihiril and trolled in with the run thai beat Christy Mntlhcwson and won the TJ'IL 1 world series. Only commercial emerald mines in the world arc in Colombia. BINGO Tomorrow Night And Every Friday 8 O'Clock lit St. Michael's Church Beacon Falls, Conn. Cool :inil Comfortable • rector Idling- you where lo put your nose and -so or. It's just a job of acting, after all." It was quite a job al' that. Several days were required' to record the feat on celluloid. Kissing- Miss do Hnvcn look up one whole day, since that event takes place during- ii big- musical number, anil il had lo be photographed from scores of angles. And kissing i Miss Jeffreys, , in a lelephonc i booth and olher odd locations, was ' accomplished al. different limes I over a period of a week or so. Observers, in facl, suspeclcd that The Voice didn't really mind it-at all! George Murphy, Adolphc Men- jou and other notables also have starring roles in "Slop Lively/which is turning out to b'e one of the, top musicals of the season. The companion feature oh Uic present Strand hill is '-Waterfront," featuring J. Carroll Naish and John Carradlne.' Japan suffered G5S earthquakes from .1875 lo 1SSG. JIATt STAGE_SHpW...S»T.jnJSIIW.itli,:. _ r : _. ^jGgpra IVERY AUINPEBSON LOVALLETrJ Itb'V :VNI> SAVI-; AT TUB Highland Grocery 92 HIGHLAND AVE. • • • • TKI;. -IHHD UOCCO K.AIK). I'rci|i. ALCAZAR TONIGHT CIIARI.KS BOVKU and INC.1UI) BliHGMAX in "GASLIGHT" FRIDAY - SATURDAY "3 LITTLE SISTERS' Today's Crimes, irMIchcin Chicago at New York '21—Ch:p- mnn (12-9) nnu Derring---r iG-]i' vs. o.VoisuI!e C20-J5) and Py.'c i7-ii. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2)—Roc d]-:0j and SI.-HT '5-5) vs. Gregs: 9-l-;j and Zachai-y (0-1). hi. Louis at. }3os:on (2)—M. Cooler (21-7) and Wilks (10-3) vs. 3arretl t7-15) and Tobin (17-10). Cincinnati al Philadelphia (2) — (Twilight und night)—Konstaniy (5—») arid Carter (9-7) vs. Barrett (13-1G) and Gcrhcausor (S-15): Letter To Servicemen Revives College Daj r s Santa An.i. Cai. (UP)—Mail call for 1.100 former students of Santa Ana Junior College now in !he the armed services brings them the Don Letter of the Month, reviving memories of college days. Since lasi. September, when junior" college director John McCoy began sending the Jelter .is a hobby to 60 alumni, requests for it have passed the 1.1CO mark. The letters inke 00 hours :\ month to prepare and $31! mailing' costs plus paper and printing. Of the hundreds of loiters mailed out. only 23 have been returned ] in the past 10 months. I Dizzy Trout Wins 25th For Tigers; Kramer Pitcht, Steady Game For St. Loo (lly JT^ss) A little loft-hand.-;.-] plichcr via, a long rnomory—Stubby Ovi<rmi>> of Lin: Bell-oil Tigers— ta •**!-.. .*: icr iho New York Vanlcc&i The Tigora made th'- k-:jgu<; pennant race vii-iuajj^*? two-club :>ff;>ir a_s Dtay Tron- jfiivo thorn Ihcir second Blrai^f triumph over Ihi Yanks .11 Detroit ihis timo by a. score of g ^ , Thai dropped the third place x^j Yorkers lo /our gamos away j" r " lh(- lop, :ind tho fourth place B^ Ion Hod Sox fell six games 3.7™. by losing io the Cleveland 'Indian, at CJovcland. .The- Tribe won lhal wild contw, 31 to 10 in 11 inr.ings with Jia, Bagby boating Yank Terry. L';f!y Overmiro of Ihi Ti->«.«, goes against Iho Yanks renniaib*" ing- thf; champions won ihf 1613 flag by boaiing him 2 to ] j t; Yankflo Siadium last Soptioj. her 25th. Spud Chandler toppj .Stubby :n :x l-;-inning duel ^ d;iy, anc! this lime Ovormir/? ^ a chanco to drown tho Yankt« pennanl hopos. The second place St. T.^t-j .. ro-A-ns bounec-'J baok a;,' the 'Washington Senators at St. Louis io win Ihoii' nighl grimo, 5 ;o i Jack Kra;Kcr • won thai game .'^ the Browns to jmt thorn 1 j.; games b'.-iiind tho loading Ti^cre. Choi I—v-obs on ."no back inui hi; Brownie oiilficicl in J>lice t' Al Zariiln, and iho veteran d«- ivcrod Ihrce hil.s to lor.d his mst« al bat. Ai Chicago iho \Vhite Sox bias-.. id across six runs in iho seventh nning lo defeat ihe Philadelpbii Mhlciics. <*> io L i iho league, the Piu^ burgh Pirates kepi iheir maOi*- •nalical chances of lying for the icnnanv alive by downing iht Brooklyn Dodgers. 2icl. .11 BrooV- .•n. The Cincinnati Reds asc 'hilodelphia Phillies dividod their oublcheader at Phi'.adolphia -with he Phils i.ikir.jr ihe oponer, 3 lo . and tho Rods winning the nightcap, G to •',. The Chicago-Xow Yori; and Si. Louis-Boston games were postponed. n •n NOW — 2nd WEEK RHYTHM ON A RAMPAGtl and "THE, GHOST THAT WALKS ALONE" Murphy EXTERIOR & INTERIOR All Grades m ANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET TEL. 3507 HiTILOEW'SPOLiy ICTCRY KIT PARADE SHOW SEASON! I944's NEW C'MON OUT ANJ> H6HT! LATTREL and HARD\ DON AMECW DANA ANDREWS- WILLIAM EYTHl CKISttS SICKfORD - SIR CMRICX HiSCWCH Coming- Friday ^ -U'ah.rloo Bri<l K , ; " :ln ,j "v;rr : u. K ers in tlir- Nif"« Heavy Turkish Towels 49 T.arg-0 SI'KO buili towols of fliiick- dryinjr. fluffy colton lorry. Firm woni-in™ wcavo. Choose from solid'- pasiels, colored borders or plaids. ' WASH A ,-' - CLOTHS r 25c G. C. MURPHY CO. Church Street Naugatuck, Conn.

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