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Mackmen and Washington in Battle Royal—Bucs Still Going Down I T 1 IV NC ws A HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER FOR OGDENSBURG AND THE NORTH COUNTRY VOL. i.—xo. m OGDEXNKl'KU, X. Y., THURSDAY MOKXIXti, JINK 8. V.m. PRICE 3o Huge Gain in Stock Values During Month of May i i ', ROUND THE WOP FllER REPORTED HISSING LAST NIGHT IN FAR EAST Jimmy Mattern Overdue . IWoman Was On the Siberian Coast 1 Saved From MOS<X)W, June 7.—Jimmy Mat- ters, round-the-world flyer, was tin- rep< rted tonight many long hours after he was last sighted over Nov- osibirsk. Mattern, however, is fly- in? over a region in which means of communication are extremely limited and he may possibly have landed and be still unreported. This theory was discounted to some ex- tent by the fact that all cities and •towns liable to be in his path had been notified in advance of the flight and asked to make an extra effort to get any news of the flier through without delay. Grave fears for his safety were expressed in aviation circles tonight. Mattern was approximately 11 hours behind the record of Post and Gatty when he passed over Novosibirsk. Post and Gatty land- ed there, however, and remained over 9 hrs. By continuing directly on Mattern thus saved the 9 hours. He hac* averaged nearly 200 miles per hour from Moscow. St. Lawrence Bliss Eva M. O'Connor Said to Have Jumped Off the Cop- Ian Dock. Senators and Athletics Battle to a 13-13 Tie St Lawrence Will Issue Diplomas to 140 Students List of Graduates Who Will Receive Degrees at Commencement in Canton Next Monday. Miss Eva M. O'Connor, middle aged, of 101 New York avenue, was rescued from drowning in the St. Lawrence river at the Coplan steel company's dock west of this city yesterday morning a;bout 10. S!ie. was taken trom the water by Lor- enzo Limoges, watchman at the plant, and his half-brother, Ernest LaBell. Limoges said the woman Game Replete With Thrills Finally Called Be- cause of Darkness—Cubs Again Beat the Fading Pirates. St. Lawrence University will con- Erma O. Evans, Utica: Marjorie E. *fer 14C degrees in course and four Farmer, Canton; Lucille M. Fay, honojary degrees, at its annual Madrid; Kathryn E. Fay, Madrid; 7 romrrencement exercises next Mon- Frances V. Freeman, Gouverneur; * day in Canton. . --^Remington F. Furlong. Ilion; Hu The exhibition baseball game be-jbprt L. Ginn, Rensselaer Falls; tweeii the New York Giants andjBlythc E. Hadcock, Watertown, the Larries, with graduating Hal Ruth L. Haley, Madrid; Frances M. •Schumacher pitching for the big Heaton, Canton; John D. Helier, leaguers with whom he has played Thereto: Richard B. Herrling. Au- t7 for the last two years in the spring burn; Vincent L. Hirschey, Castor- ' .and snmmer seasons, is expected •te^| an< j; Donald J. Holland, White- be a highlight of the college year- hall; Lawrence E. Host, Troy; Rob- end activities- jert T. Howe, Herkimer; Marville * Hoaorary degrees of Doctor ot c. Jamieson, Canton; Oscar H. Humane Letters, will go to Edwin Junggren, Schenectady. Markham, poet of \The Man With j r>onald Kennedy, Ilion; Leroy a Hoe\ fame; Doctor of Law to Og- Knapp , Fort ja^kson; Pauline E. den L. Mills, former secretary of ^^ canton; Richard G. Malone, the €. •< Treasury: and Doctor *\ Saraliac La**; Marjorie M. Mead, > Divinity, to Rev. Clarence R. Skin- Keene Valley; John H. Moehle, #' ner, d<rsn of the School of Religion Whitesboro - p hi |i p j. Moore, Mo- - at Tntts College, and Rev. I****_V ^^ Dorothy A. Morgan, Water- Lobd^L of Attleboro, Mass. ' town; Kenneth R. Newnham, Johns- Instate New York residents^ who tQwm; rainnie M . Nichols, Evans will receive earned degrees include: ^jjg. JmBief ; H. Northrop, Ticon- Erie L- Ackley, Johnstown; ^^- derasaL: id ^ c . Northrop, Tieonder- „iby Allen, Watertown; Richard W. ^^ Mafy R O'Connor, Ogdens- »-p Anders*. Rochester; FY ^*^; burg: Eunice T. Parks, Pennetd; - Anrnt'T. East Rochester: Florence E1<5Ulor R parsons, Ilion; Eileen Y. Bal:^ Kingston: Mnria D. Barr, R p^ip^ iVushtoa; Miriam F. Newark: John T. Breunam Danne- FkgUw ^ l€em Rochester. * W ra: Virgil* % C ^™J^ Walter Pi-sner, Wantagh: J«n« ««tt*v: Rn«h h^^ir^; *- R~*<^ Plattsburg: Victor A. •^ W V^^J^^i^ Remorino, Watertown; Wilda L . r V^^r^t^ri^^r^^ Ogdensburg: Betsy U * Uriawj. f-attshorg Mannce Dw- ^ % _ ^ ^^^ o^^, J berz. ^^r^Lj^f *J\] B«*i. S b^^y: J*a*ley E. Ru* ^^™*:^^0^ sell. W*urt~r; Roberta E. Ry- • * ran: n: Harr^t *J^*^ tka. Cartta**; Anxic E. Sawder* either fell or jumped into the river. She was un*cons<?ious when taken out and was attended by'Pr. E. G. Claxton and then removed to the Hepburn hospital in the police am- bulance. Chief of Police Herbert Myers, Patrolmen Leo LeBeau and Philip White and the V. S. border patrolmen were called to the s<*ene. J. D. Van Kennen and A. J. Bern- ier saw the woman standing on the dock and upon approaching her considered she was acting in a strange manner. They decided to call the police and the border pa- trol boat. Limoges and LaBell also started for the dock. Limoges said that when the patrolboat approach- ed the woman leaped into the wa- ter. Miss O'Connor was examined yesterday afternoon by Drs. F. E. Clark and R. L. Stacy and pro- nounced sane. At the request of the hospital authorities Chief of Police Myers detailed an officer to guard her while she remains in the insti- tution. The chief said he had refer- red the case to District Attorney William D. Ingram. NEW YORK. June 7.—The base- ball program was featured today by ja, dramatic 13-13 tie game between ! the Senators and Athletics. The Washington club opened hostilities by scoring 5 runs in the first in-: ning. Washington then came back in the second with o more. Phila- delphia put over a couple of single runs and the Senators one more to make the score 11 to 6 in the sev- enth inning. The A's staged a five run rally to tie the score in the eighth and each team scored '2 runs in the 9th. The game was called on account of darkness an the end of the tenth. Foxx of Philadelphia and Bleuge of Washington hit homers. Al Simmons hit a home run to con- tinue his sensational hitting for the White S«»x as they d^feat^l fcu l>»uis 4-1. Detroit defeated Cleveland 3-1, Owens of the Tigers hitting a home run. In the National league the Cubs again beat the Piraies by a 7 2 count and the Phils lost to Boston 3-1. Scores: National League Chicago 7, Pittsburg 2. Boston 2, Philadelphia 1. American League Philadelphia 13, Washington 13. Called in 10th, darkness. Detroit 3, Cleveland 1. Chicago 4, St. Louis 1. International League Newark 2, Albany 0. Jersey City 5, Baltimore *>. Increase of Over Twelve Billions in Stock Values Since the Month of March FORCE SALES OF TAX BOOKS IT IS CHARGED fcerg: ear. Grace H- Downey, Gouwem Blitharp. Watertown; (CoiAii-nca en P»e Ti* er> It was reported yesterday to Cnief of Police Herbert S. Myers that an agent front Syracn^e had made calls on retail merchants in the city for the purpose of selling then a book in wbicb to iecord their transactions pertaining to the new sales tax. It is ciaiawd tnat the salesman infornBed several mer- chants that the purchase of his book was compulsory under the law and that he nsade a number of sales on this basis. The price of the book is 117$. The chief pointed out that there is nothing compulsory about m.ying any particular kind of NEW YORK, June 7.—The rise of stocks In May theoretically add- ed $o,6oS,000,000 to the aggregate quoted market value of all shares listed on the New York Stock Ex- change, according to the monihly tabulation issued -by the Exchange, making the total increase $13,77.°,,- 4HW,W>0 from the low point o n March 1, 1*33. An increase of $12,*a>.<we4tfu has taken place in the two months from April 1 to Jane 1 alone, this increase comparing with one of $12,149,«#Mo* occurring from July i to Sept. 1. 1332, the first big ral- j ly since the market crash of 1*1* and following years. In percentage the present rally is smaller than that of last year, due to the higher levels from which the current pain* started From July 1 to Sept. 1 last year the in crease was 77.7 per cent: from AP ril 1 to Jane 1, 1333, the advance was €3.1 per cent, and the gam since March 1 has been **£ per cent. The huge rise in the computet! value of stocks mat month was accompanied by a gain of only $24*.*17,2&« iu brokers* loans, in- dicating that the markets upswing was caused almost entirely by cash j shares since the beginning of I March is only a part of the gain in the country's paper wealth Li the last three months many com- ' moditiei? have almost doubled in ' value, increasing the theoretical : wealth of farmers and other ore- ' ducers by hundreds of millions of dollars. Bond prices have risen sharply in the last month, and se- curity exchanges in other cities have reflected the rise recorded on the New York Stock Exchange. Templars Meet at Placid Next Yea* The Grand Commandery of the State of N«-w Y<*rk. Knights Tem- plar, will hold it* 1334 oawuUojr at Lake Placid. At the concluding session of the state courewtioa at Rorhester Tues- day, former State Senator George F Argetsiager of that city was elected graad FIRE IN A TREE The fire department was railed yesterday noon to extinguish a fire in a tree in the rear yard at 414 Montgomery Street. The Are started by the ow*er <v The rise of Stork Exc

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