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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY. JUNE 20, 1902.
LIST OF HONOR MEN AT YALE 4'" (Continued from Second Page.) John Bullard Chamberlain, B. A. Yale university 1901, history. Thadeous Hugh Claypool, B. A. Yale university 1898, English. Frank Cummings Cook, B. A. Yale University 1900, natural science. Charles Mills DeForest, B. A. Yale university 1901, history. Telzaburo Demura, B. D. Pacific The ological seminary 1901, biblical litera ture. Charles Abbott Schneider Dwlght, B. A. Yale university 1881, philosophy. Edward Lewis Dodd, B. A. Adelbert college 1897, mathematics. Allen Barber Eaton, Ph. B. Beloit col lege 1899, political and social science. Richard Henry Edwards, B. A. Yale university 1901, biblical literature. Carleton Alexander Foote, B. A. Yale university 1896, classics. Hollon Augustine Farr, B. A. Yale university 1896, German. Stanley Leman Galpin, B. A. West ern Reserve university 1901, Romance languages. Milton Stahl Garver, B. A. Western Reserve university 1901, Romance lan guages. Ambrose Gherini, B. A. Mt. Ansel college 1899, political and social sci ence. Hiram Gillespie, B. A. University of Chicago 1898, classics. Benjamin Spencer Gowen, B. A. Yale university 1901, philosophy. Albert Gubelmann, B. A. University of Rochester 1897, M. A. University of Rochester 1897, German. Harvey Hugbo Guy, B. A. Drake uni versity 1893, biblical literature. William Frederick Hamilton, B. A. Yale university 1901, philosophy. Nathaniel Harris, B. A. Baylor uni versity 1900, M. A. Baylor university 1901, political and social science. Edwin AUston Hill, B. A. Yale uni versity 1875, M. S. Columbian university 1901, chemistry. Arthur Howard Hutchinson, B. A. University of Washington 1897, B. A. Yale university 1899, history. Edwin Lorenzo Howell Hutchinson B. A. Yale university 1901, electricity. Wllhelm Julius Edward Jente, B. A, Yale university 1897, German. Carl Wilhelm Johnson, B. A. Bethany college 1900, German. Arthur Brown Joy, B. A. St. Law rence university 1898. Latin. Charles Alexis Kellogg, jr., B. A. Yale university 1900, English. Oliver Clarence Lester, B. A. Central college 1897, M. A. Central college 1898: mathematics and physics. Raymond McFarland, B. A. Amherst college 1897, history. Tsutomu Murata, Doshlsha college 1887, biblical literature. Iver Olson Nysether, B. A. Yankton college 1900, mathematics and history. Edward Bunnell Phelps, B. A. Yale university 1885, political and social sci ence. William Lorlmer Porter, B. A. Yale university 1900, natural science. Sylvester David Powell, B. A. Yale university 1901, history. William Sumner Pritchard, B. A. Yale university 1901, economics. William Chauncoy Rice, B. A. YvTes. leyan university 1901, history. Louis Henry Schutt?, I). A. Yala uni versity 1899, classics. Augustus Farnham Shaw, B. A. Yale university 1892, chemistry. .Schino Shibata, B. A. Keiogijiku uni versity 1901, philosophy. Oscar Emil Staaf, B. A. Bethany col lege 1900, Latin. Edward Arthur Sumner, B. A. Wes leyan university 1878, economics. George Sverdrup, B. A. Augsburg: seminary 1898. Semitic languages. Kaznsada Tanaka, Keiogijiku univer sity 1897, political and social science. John Martin Telleen, B. A, Augustana college 1898, English. Wilmot Haines Thompson, jr., B. A. Yale university 1898, classics. Edward Thorstenberg, B. A. Bethany college 1899, German. Harold Vernon, B. A. Yale university 1883, social science. Dana Lewis Walcott, B. A. Yale uni versity 1901, modern languages. Albert Micajah Webb, B. A. Yale uni versity 1901, Romance languages. Moses Cook Welch, B. A. Yale uni versity 1850, biblical literature. Samuel Wirt Wiley, B. A. Monmouth college 1901. social science. John William Withers. B. A. National Normal university 1891, mathematics and philosophy. Kalei Yamasakl, Keiogijiku universi ty 1901, philosophy. Francis Arthur Emmett. William McKimmie Hlgglns, M. A. Yale university 1893. Victor Alexander Kowulewgkl, B. A. Yule university 1899. Edward Charles Krause. John David Moore. Oran Alexander Moser. Thomas Augustine O'Brien, Ph. B. Yale university 1899, cum laude. John Francis Ryle. Albert Hayes Sharpo. George Francis .Sheedy, Ph. B. Yale university 1S99. Paul Russell Stetson. Andrew Clay Swenson. Lester Ferris Turney, B. A. Yale uni versity 1899. MASTER OF LAWS. Abel Miller Hammett, LL. B. Kansa3 City School of Law 1901. Michael Bernard Hurley, LL. B. Uni versity of Minnesota 1901, cum laude. Philip Henry Kunzig, LL. B. Yale university 1901. DOCTOHHI OF PHILOSOPHY. With titles of Theses. Knn-lchl Asakawa, U. L., WasiMln college, .Tiiiin, JNU3, unci Dartmouth college, Tli Reform of (143 nn introduction to the ritudv of the Origin of Foudiilisin lu Japan. Amv Louis lliirliour, H. A., Smith college, lHtfl Trvphloilorus, u Into Epic Poet His Relation to oilier Kplos hi Form and Vocab ulary. Ailing Pnidden Heardslcy, B. A., Weslcy ,m niiivi.i'iiiv isiiK (in (lip Action o the Phunylliydrnzine on Aeylthtoearbainle und' Acylimliiothicai'hoiilc listers: ryro-u, uiu zolo -Derivatives. On the Actlou of Phenylhydiazlno on Ben ino I'yi-o-u, U Diassule Derivatives. Margaret ltociker Hradtdiaw, 15. A., Van derhllt university, 18U3 The Metro of the Chrltt. lliilbort Mains Itrttan, I. A., Hanover col lege, 1SHB- Ethics and AscthellcH, Their Ite ltulon In Pro-Kiiiitlaii Philosophy. Ahriiliuni Roycr Brubaclier, U. A., Yale university, istii- I'araiaxis in Jwronown. lieoi-L'e Harloti Cuttcii. B. A., Xalo. univer sity, 1S7 Psychology of Alcoholism. Arthur Lrman Deun, It. A., Harvard uni versity, lOuo Studies on Inuliu and the En zyme Iiuilase. Emily Howard Foley, u. A., weiiesioy idleue. iniki The Laiiiruaae o the .North umbrian Gloss to the Gospel of St. Matthew. Frank Kugeuu Halo, h. A., Vale univer sity, 1IWO Starcli and the Dextrin la Relu- tion to iortometr'. George Arthur Hautorfl, ii. A., lino uni versity 1SU8 Studies on the Physiological Aullon of Caesium Compounds. Henrv Lee llargrave, H. A., university or Nashville, 1S01 M. A., University of Nash ville ISSK-King Alfred's Old KuglisU er skui of St. August lue's Soliloquies. Charles Montgomery Hathaway, jr., t(. A.. Ynle university 1SUI1. M. A.. Yale univer sity lllOl The Alchemist by Ben Jonsori, Critically united witu luirouuctiou, ioies and Glossary. ,loseiih Frazer Hood, li. A., soiituwesiern I'reslivterian university 1S1W. M. A. Yale university 11)00 Maine de llirau, A Study of His Psychology. Julius Olsen, B. S. Bethany college 1898 An Experimental Investigation into the Existence of Free Ions in Aqueous Solution of Electrolytes. Leo Frederick Rettger, B. A. Indiana university 1S9C, M.' A. Indiana univer sity 1S97 Experimental Studies on the Inter-Relatlon of the Spleen and Pan creas. Robert Kilburn Richardson, B. A. Yale university 1898, M. A. Columbia university 1899 The Pontificate of An thony Bek, Bishop of. Durham, 1283 1311. Isaac Woodhridge Riley, B. A. Yale university 1892 A Psychological His tory of Joseph Smith, jr., the Founder of Mormonism. Chalfant Robinson, B. L. "University of Cincinnati 1S93 The Reciprocity Treaty with Canada in 1S54. Maurice Henry Robinson, B. L. Dart mouth, college 1890, M. A. Dartmouth college 1897 The Consolidation of Ln- dustry in the United States. Robert Kilburn Root, B. A. Yale uni versity 1S9S Classical Mythfology in Shakespeare. Hubert Gibson Shearin, B. A. Center college 1S97, M. A. Center college 1S99 The Expression of Purpose in Old Eng lish Frose. Suwin Smith Sheridan, B. A. Univer sity of Omaha 1897 Glossary of the An- glo-Saxin Ritual of the Cathedral Church of Durham. Elmer Ellsworth Shoemaker, B. A. Harvard university 1889 The Function of Knowledge. Lyman Brumbaugh Stookey, B. A. Yale university 1900 Studies nn Glyco gen Formation. Chauncey Brewster Tinker, B. A. Yale university 1899, M. A. Yale univer sity 1901 A Historical and Critical Ac count of the Translations of Beowulf, with a New Rendering of the Poem. Ralph Glbbs Vnn Name, B. A. Yale university 1899 -Analytical Applications of the Sulphoryanides. Charles Philip Wagner, B. A. Yale university 1899 The Sources of El Cav- allero Clfar. Lynde Phelps Wheeler, Ph. B. Yale university 1S94 On the Reflection of Light from Mercury in Water. William Joseph Brown, an efficient clerk for Commissioner of Charities John V. Itat tlesdorl'er, at his store, corner Greene and Chestnut streets, was milted in marriage yesterday morning at 11 o'clock nt St. Pat rick's church by Hnv. Father Fluuegan, to Miss Anna M. Vluceutla McKeou, a well known Green street young lady. The bride wore a uress ot Frencu lawu wuu vvuito picture hat: to match, and carried a laru shower bouquet of white sweet peas. The moid of honor was Miss Helen P. McKeou sister of the bride, who was attired in pink anil carried a ininen or pink sweet peas, i ni groomsman was Henry Frawley of this city, The ushers wore Joseph MuCnrnilck mad Joseph Callahan, also of New Haven. Af ter the ceremony a wedding breakfast w served at the home of the bride's uiotlie at Uu Greene strut to the families o the contracting parties. The bride s going away dress was of grey with trimmings to match and black chiil'ou bat. The happy couple received many usetul and valuame presents, including silver and cut glassware and a generous check from his employer, Couiinls sloner Kali lesdorler. After a two wee trip to New York and Brooklyn, where both have friends, they will reside with the bride's mother at DO Greene street. At the residence of ltev. Father Scliaelo, of St. Boniface church, last night at 8 o clock a very quiet wedding was solemnly ud when Miss Alice Wehle and Walter M, Hemingway were united In man-luge. Miss Wehle, who Is widely and favorably known wore a handsome gown of g rey foulard with white lace trinmilugs, and a touch of pink. Her bridesmaid. Miss Gertrude Sine gel, wore a blue silk muslin. The best man was Josenli F. Hlgglns. The presents In elude u beautiful silver tea service from the employes of Mora n s laundry, where she was bookkeeper for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Hemingway will reside; in Minitower) The wedding of Miss Annie T. Carrol daughter of Mrs. Margaret Carroll of 14 Alton street, and John F. Dunleavy of this city was solemnized at 11 o clock yesterday morning In St. Francis' church by ltev. J; a ther Kennedy. The bride was attired in a gown of white silk miille over taffeta with medallion trimmings, and carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley and white prayer book. Her sister, Miss Mary J. car- roll, attended her. John J. Martin was best mail and James Carroll and Thomas Murray were the ushers. After a wedding lirealaast to Immediate families, .Mi, tun Mrs. Dunleavy left on an extended trip. In eluding Boston and Bar Harbor. On their return they will reside at 237 Poplar street and will be at home to their many friends utter juiy Jo. At U o clock ypsterday morning m St. rat rick's church Miss Anna U'Dounell of Franklin street and George Connelly of wnite street were united m marriage, t lie bride wore a heautttiil gown ot mode nou gee and a large white picture bat. Tho bridesmaid. Miss Margaret O Donnell. a sis- er of the bride, wore a costume of blue eta- nilue and black picture hat. The best man was Miles Connelly, brother of the groom. Alter a wedding lireaulast Mr. and Mrs, Connelly went on an extended wedding lour to New lork and w ashtngtou. 1 be young couple rceeiveu niiinv costly aim iieautllul gifts. They will reside at 247 Franklin street. Chicago, Ind. & Louisville " pf .j.......... Chicago, Mil. & Ht. l'nul . Chicago &. Northwestern . Chicago, H. I. oi Pacille .. 741,4 75 .... Btf 87 ....173 17H14 ....250 231 .1101,4 itv EAST LYME FA KM Eft GOltED. East Lyme, Conn., June 25. Frank liurch. a farmer, aged sixty, was gored by a bull this afternoon while In his barn. .Mr. liurch is terribly injured ami It la feared he win die. PIKE AT STAMFOltU. Stamford, June 23. Fire today entirely destroyed the summer residence of Charles Sevorius of New York. The origin of the blaze is .unknown. The loss will prolably reach ?10,000. low to Avoid Trouble Now Is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer Is over, and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or In your busiest season. It Is everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints, both for children and adults. No family can afford to be without it. For sale by all druggists. My little son had an attack of whoop ing cough and was threatened with pneumonia; but for Chamberlain's Cough Redetny we would have had n serious time of it. It also saved him from several severe attacks, of croup. H. J. Strlckfaden. editor World-Herald, Fair Haven, Wash. For sale by nhlenun. St. 1'.. M. & Omaha ...1H0 J70 Cleveland, C, C. & St. Louis ..lff-'H HW'j ( o . Horning vul. B xuiuuu .... na'i wi Colorado Fuel & Iron 8!iyt Colorado Southern !MHj SWA 210 121W 17.V- 2HO :a (IK mo Consolidated Gils Co 21H4 Continental Tobacco Co. pf 121 Delaware & Hudson Canal Co ..173 Del., Lackawanna fc Western , .27." Denver & Klo Grande pf Frio .'Id1 " 1st pf I7 " " ad pf r.iifc General Fleet rlo Co !tOO Great Northern l)f 3811 187 Illinois Central 137 137', International Paper Co 20 20'4 " pf 7:t 74 International Silver Co lo- 1(1,4 " pf nouj (15-ti Iowa Central -18 4H'i Laclede Gas Co S3 811 Lake Uric it Western 03 07 " pf 123 1IU) Louisville & Nashville i;)5 l.'I.VU Manhattan Elevated 1:13 l;i(Vi Metropolitan Street Railway ..148 IW'.i Mexican Central 28 281 Mexican National 1814 Wit Mo., Kansas fe Texas '21, 27 " pf OSVi 0!) Missouri Pacific 10814 os National Biscuit 47 48 National Lead Co 2114 21 " pf 87 V4 HO X. Y. Air Brake 102 JU5 N. Y. Central & Hudson 133 13016 N. Y., Chicago & St. I-outs 32 53 N. Y. & New Haven 227 2.10 N. y Ontario & Western i!2?4 : Norfolk ifc Western 5U 57 pf !2 Ho North American 121 121V& Pa el lie Mail S. S. Co 4t 41 Mi Pennsylvania P.. It 131 131(4 Peoples' Gas Co., Chicago 100-14 itrt (4 Pitts., Cm., Chle. & St. Louis .. 05 !lli Pressed Steel Car 45'4 " pf 83 Pullman Palace Car Co 232 Heading ti7 " 1st pf 83 " 2d pr 7014 Itep. Iron & Steel Co lTVs " pf 73 Southern Hallway coin Soli " of 05 Southern Pacific (13 St. Louis & Southwestern 2'4 " rif (i54 Tennessee Coal &. Iron (!,, Third Avenue KlO'.-j Texas it Pacillc 42 Twin City Kaplil Transit ! l nioti nag Paper Co I4i nt 81i.i Union Pacillc 104 " Pf hS'i I". S, Express Co 114 V. S. Leather Co 12 " of 8OT4 U. S. Hubber Co 1414 " Pf 01 Mi V. S. Steet H7Vi " " Df 88' Wabash yoM, " lif 4IIU Wfills-Fnrtro Fxoress ('o 1115 Western Union Telegraph Co .. S'.Wi Wheeling ii Lake Krle 221i " 2d lit ;)5 PrMtiflelf, BANKEH3 AND BHOKBKS. Kj. BZ Broadway, fto hrl AND fE Centsr Straat. Haw Haven Momhers N. Y. Stock Exchange, Produce Licbmige, tail Chicago Board of Trade, C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch. ALL CLASSES OF UA1LWAY ETOCKS nd BONDS, also GKA1N, PHOVISIONS aua cun un, iiuuuui iu bul.l u COMMISSION. Connected by Private Wire with New York, Boston and Chlcnfo. Investment Securities. financial. CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON, J. L. McLEAN & CO., 25 Broad Strsat. Hew York. MEMBERS 1 Chicago Board of Trade. I New York Produce Exchange. Consolidated Stock Exchange. Stocks, Bonds, Grain, ad Investments. Orders executed for investment 01? mar gin, send for cur new Eighty Page Illustrated WALL STREET GUIDE. Just published. Dally Letter on appllca tlon. LOCAIi OFFICE, 840 CHAPEL STREET. W. A. I'ANNuUt, Jlttimger. FIRST MORTGAGE 6 Per Cent. Loans. Conservative Mining Investments. 157 Church Street. 811-.J 104 ,5 811 118 12)4 S!ln 13 ns :i7 4i;8 210 !IO 22 V an biovrrllllleut It 0 11 !. Bid. AHlicd, 2s, rog 11130 107Vl'W'4 ia, coup., ii'.to ioS'X,(iiou 3s, reg., iiiom IOS'AIiKW .Is, conn., 1IKIS lo7WolDS : small homls 107 CiUI8 rcil. 1SMI7 1llOT.,,r1 111; coiip., UW 1101 ll-li. 4X, Tl'g., JH.'.I , J 30 ((1.1, m coup., VJM 135 (pM 0s, reg., 104 105 OiHM 0s, couii., 1WJ4 103 (UlOtl D. C, Uu, (15 121 .. Renoited over the private wire of J McLean & Co., 25 Broad street, Xew York, New Haven ofllce, 840 Chanel street,. Hublu ger Building. Norman A. rainier, manager. Kiel. Aski'j THE STOCK MAllKICi: pjznso a l r.i iiAoitA pus. MASTERS OF SCIENCK, With Titles of Theses. Silas Palmer Beebe, B. S. Harvard university 1900 Certain Reactions of Gelatin. Henry H. Conover, B. S. Rutgers col lege 1300 The Determination of nil Pur faces of Revolution of Constant Mean Curvature, and the Construction of a Model of the Catenoid illustrating the network formed by the Lines of Curva ture and Asymptotic Lines. Philip Bovier Hawk, B. S. Wesleyan university 1898, M. S. Wesleyan univer sity lnnfl Influence of Hennin upon the Digestion of the Proteid Constituents of Milk. MASTERS OP FORESTRY. Alfred Akerman, B. A. University of Georgia 1898. Charles Sidney Chapman. B. Agr. Btorrs Agricultural college 1898. Alfred Knight Chittenden, Ph. B. Tale university 1900. George Edwards Clement, A. B. Har vard university 1900. Christopher Temple Emmet, M. E. Stevens Institute of Technology 1891. Ralph Sheldon Hnsmrv. B. A S Har vard university 1894. Roy Leon Marston, B. A. Bowdoln college 1899. George Hewitt Myers, B. A. Yale uni versity 1S9S. DOCTORS OF MEDICINE. Henry Ely Adams. David Bercinsky. , Edward Sumner Brackett, B. A. Yale university 1897, cum laude. Irving Edward Brainard. William Joseph Cooney. James Joseph Dunleavy. Gaston Holeombe Edwards, M.S. Yale university 1899. Miss Jennie Leola Sceley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith Seeley, was united In marriage to Dr. Albert Hayes Shnrpe last evening at o.ociock at tne LHivtuinort t on gregntional church. The ceremony was per formed by the bride's grandfather. Kev. N". .1. Beley or Avon, asslHted by Kev. lieorcn F. Prentiss. The brlilo was attended by Miss Grace Atigerbower of this cltv. as maid or uouor. iler bridesmaids were Miss Kdlth Morse, a niece of the bridegroom, and Miss Florlne Alhlerlge of New Britain, cous in oi t lie orioe. ine oest man wus cnarles B. Hitchcock of this cliy, and the ushers were Dr. ueorge a. May or I'miadelnhla, Yale '01, M. K. ; Perry T. W. Hale of Mid- dletown, Yale 1000S.; Morton Alldcrlge oft wuiiingioro, cousin ot tne nrme, and Arthur jn. oeeiey, iironier oi mo tirtiin. j-)ie brlile, who Is a beautiful young woman, wore a gown of white silk trimmed with exquisite point lace, and a tulle veil fastened to the hair with roses. Kilo carried a shower bomiuet of bride roses. The HiHld of honor wore a gown or white point desiirlt. and carried pink roses. The bridesmaids wore pliik silk voile over talleta, and carried pink roses. The church was exquisitely deco rated with palms, daisies and roses. Dr. and Mrs. Hharpe left on an early train for Chau- tauiiiiii, where they will spend the summer, anil in the fall will ninliu their homo In Philadelphia, where Dr. Nliarpe will practice medicine. The wedding gifts are numerous anil elegant, consisting of cut glass, silver. china, and articles of furniture. The bride's going away gown was dark blue broadcloth with a largo while hat of tuscun, trimmed Willi a narrow black taffeta niching around the edge, anil tnacK uowers, draped with a drooping veil of white lace. The happy couple nave rnu uesc wisues or ineir many friends. Miss Agnes Wright Miller, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. John .Miner or Aslimuu street was united In marriage to John Lewis (illnes of Napervllle, III., last evening nt 8 o clocu at tne unvet uaptist church. The ceremony was performed by the liev. Wil liam II. liowden. The church was very beautifully decorated for the occasion. The bride was attended by her sister as maid of honor, Miss Kittle Miller. Her nephew, Master liayniond Tiiruliull, acted as pace. The best man was Jay Boyeo of this city. The ushers were Charles fugcr and Her bert Jwille. - Ailss Nellie l.uxiel', u lrlelil.1 ol the bride, presided at the organ, rendering the bridal march from Lohengrin upon the entrance of the bridal party, and playing Mendelssohn's Wedding March for the ic cesslonal. The bride's gown was a very nanny one in wiino iiioussenne ue sole, trimmed with silk applique. Immediately al ter the cereniouy a reception was held at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. G. H. Turnbull nt 44!) Ilixwell avenue. After wards the young couple left for a wedding trip to New York and Ui the Hudson to Niagara Fulls, stopping en route at I'tb'a, where a reception is to be tendered them by the bride's sister. Tliey are to make their home at Napervllle, III. The bride received quantities of beautiful gifts from her numerous friends, and which Include beside cut glass, pictures. Bllver and china a number of very substantial checks, ' I Dealings Foil to IN'rnr the Low Level of the Year. New York, June 2.r. The dealings In stocks to-day fell to near the low level of activity of the year and the movement of prices was narrow and Irregular. For the principal active stocks there was good support and the undertone of tho market, was rather firm, but there was no disposition to buy In view of the uncertainties hanging over tho market. There was a fairly general upward movement lu the early dealings which prob ably came from the bear traders who sold Inst evening on the apprehension that King Udward's Illness might terminate fatally over night. There was buying here for London account prompted by the same tech nical cause, which served to check the ad vance In sterling exchange. The local money market was also distinctly firmer iu tone. Notwithstanding a further recession In the price of sterling at Paris there was no -engagement of gold for export. The mere passing of the succession of the British crown does not create fear of dislo cation of political or linauclBl relations, nevertheless there is something to be ap prehended from the direct financial losses involved In the abortlvo preparations for the coronation. Another consideration is that there has been a considerable speculation upon the hope of n revival to be Induced by the South African peace. This speculation has Involved not only London but the con tinental financial centers. If the misfor tune to the king of England obstructs the Influence of the South African settlement upon financial affairs the effect will be re- IleoTeil ill Hie hiock mm kciw. i uere was nothing In the news of the day to account for a rise In prices of stocks. The crop news was rather neutral. Traders who bought Heading professed some confidence that the strike was breaking up and they had news of some further returns to worn iiy strikers. But there was nothing like a general de mand for the coalers. Colorado Fuel was moved un il'A points on account of the ses sion of the directors to take action on the dividend, but the gain was entirely wiped out without any news reaching the public to account either ror the rise or the reaction. A late advance in St. 1'aul made the closing steady, but dull. t here was nine ooing in nonos, ana tne market was irregular, ioiai sales par value ,$i(,015,000. United mates bonds were all unchanged ou the last can. Aft IV YOXK STOCK MAHKET. uly August ... September icioiier .. September it'i'cmlier a n nary .. February . P. 73 8.44 8.00 7.IK5 ..,J,.. 7.00 7.111 7.01 9- 8.74 8.43 8.11 8. (HI 7.! 7.f:'l 7.03 Uitutucinl. nosing Price. Following are the closing prlceR reported tv I'll nee & winter, Hansen (mi iiioiieis. B'j Itroadwiiy, ioit, und 1ft Center at.. New .Haven, uiu. Anted. 210 ti;; 112 tw S7Si 228 45 47-y4 Adnms Express Co 1B7 Amalgamated Copper ti:tr,4 American Car Foundry Co 32 " " pf PI American 011011 Oil Co tilV4 " nf 4 American Express Co 22T American Ice Co 13 " pf 44 Am. Smelting & Iteflntrig Co . . 47 '' 1,1' liT'i.. American Sugar Refining Co 123 12iji pt J 18 nil American Tobacco Co. nf 14(1 151 Anaconda Copper Mining Co . . . .10014 Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe .. 81& 81 " Pf 10UU. KHAi Baltimore & Ohio IDS 10S " pf H3 5V liny State Gas Co 67 e,7W Brooklyn Uiitild Transit 07 B7V Brooklyn Union Gas Co 230 238 Brunswick Co 12& 13 nnadn southern yo 92 auadian Pacific 132 133 lentrul of New Jersey 180 18(1 'besapenke & Ohio 4fi 47Vi inoago nasi Illinois ioM, 385 " Pf 1441, 14KU Chicago Great Western 2lMj 2!i:J4 " A pt 89ft 80;-i Ninety-seven per cent of the mines in the TQpibstone Mining District of Arizona have been merged into a single Company The Tombstone Consolidated Mines Company, Ltd., under the supervision of The Development Company ot America. These mines have produced from the surface to an average depth of 500 feet over $30,000,000. Twenty-four hundred feet of still richer deposits remain to be mined as demonstrated by the reports of such eminent mining engineers as Prof. John A. Church, Win. A Parish, Prof. W. P. Blake and VV. F. Staunton. . We offer, at par, in denomi nations to suit the purchaser, $3,000,000, of 6 per cent Special Contract Bonds of The Tombstone Consolidated Mines Company, Ltd., accompanied by a like amount of Capital Stock. Bonds are to perfect purchase, equip and further develop the properties. The Consolidated Company should earn operating expenses, interest charges, retire the Bonds in four years and pay 4. on the Capital Stock during the retire ment period. Under less favor able conditions these properties have earned as high as $250,000, net, per month. For full particulars address American Finance and Securities Company, 13-21 Talk Row, New York, or E. E. LAMSOX, New Haven .Representative, First National Bank Building. Six Per Cent. Interest. LOAN $1,000 on CITY REAL ESTATE in GKOHOIA. It. 11. Dun A Co. report the value of the security at $3,000. We have sold large amounts of Southern Loans for several years with Dun & Urad sl reel's reports attached. AMrtT'VTS, ?'on to swoon. L0MAS 4 NETTLET0N, BANKERS AND BROKERS, 850 Chapel Street. We will send for your SILVER, upon receiving word from you by tele phone or mail, and store it for you in BURGLAR and FIREPROOF VAULT S during your absence from the city. The New Haven Trust Co., 42 Church Street. INSURE WITH NORTH That's All. rock TO-DAY ATWATER'S ORCHESTRA Afternoon und Evening. THEATRE VAUDEVILLE. The Marvelous Melvilles MANVEL & LORRAINE, EDWARD AVI8, SHAFKER & MAW BELLE RAH, KIJLLlI & ADAMS, and CAMPUBLL fc DARE. Afternoon at 3, -Eyenlng at 8.15, Rain or shine. ,j WEDNESDAY NIGHT, J REQUEST MUSICAL PROGRAM, Friday Night, GRAND FIREWORK DISPLAY. , ' BASEBALL TO-DAY, SAVIN ROCK GROUNDS, Bridgeport vs New Haven GAME CALLED AT 3.45. Admission, 25 Cents. XtXXXSl0U3. WASHINGTON BmLniNg. lH Conl'cr-Indcpendcnt Consolidated Company. Mining Dividend Notice At a meeting of flic Board of Directors neni on ini! into mst.. tne regular month ly dividend of one-lnilf cent per share was deelared, and will ho paid from the ollice of M. V. Little & Co., (il Court St., Boston, Mass., on June Illtli, to all stockholders of reeord at tho close of business on June 2oth, 1002. W. IV BLAKE, Treasurer. II. C. WARREN CO., Bankers. Foreign Drafts, Letters o Credit. Agents for Ameri can Express Co. Checks, payable in any part of Europe, Investment Securities. 108 Orange Street. New Haven, 8!) Church St., Wash. Building. New York, 1 Madison Ave., Met. Life Building, THE National Tradesmens Bank 00 ORANGE STREET. Capital, - - - $300,000 Surplus and Profit, $275,000 OFFICERS: William T. Fields, President, Kolmrt A. mown, vice-rresiaent, Robert Foote, Cashier, H. W. Thompson, Ass't Ca6hler, W. Terry Cuitlss. 2d Afsa't Cashier. FOREIGN DRAFTS ISSUED. This Bank offers . to Depositors over? facility which their balances, business and responsibility warrant. $15,000 Madison County, N. Y., Gas & Electric Co. First Mortgage 5 per cent., 30 year, Gold Bond. To net better than five per cent James B. Smithy 130 O RANGE ET NEW HAVEN, CONN, JUNE INVESTMENTS. $10,000 Conn. Ry. & Light. $o,000 Conn. Lt. & Power 5's. IS0O Swift & Co. 5'?. S4.000 International Silver Co. 6's. I 2,fO0 United Illuminating Co. 4's. ' $500 Middlesex Banking Co. 6's. 100 sbs. Portland Elec. Light Stock. FOR SALE BY The Chas. W. Scranton Co. Investment Brokers, 103 Orange Street. Securities for Sale. 100 shares Fair Haven & Westvllle R. R. Boston & N. V. Air Llut it. it. 5's of 1003. Detroit, Mllldnle & S. W. R. R. Merlden Street II. It. 1st 5's of 1924. South. New England Telephone 5's. N. Y.. N. II. & II. R. K. 1st Mort. 4's of 1U0.1. Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg R. R. International Silver (Vs. tlnlted Illuminating 4's. Swift & Co. 5's. Middlesex Bank Co. Delientnr fi's. N. T., N. n. & n. R. R. Debentures. KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAY. Private Wires to N. Y. and Boston. r MALC0M 3 C00MBE," BanKers, 100 Broadway, New York, Members New York Stock Exchange. Execute commission orSers In Stocks, Bonds and Investment Securities. List ot current Investment offerings sent on application. NEW HAVEN BRANCH: 36 CENTER STREET. WILLARD C. FITCH. ,,,.. HERBERT J. FITCH, M"aera. rrlvate wire to New York and Chicago. 6 6 The Tacoma Company, STEEL CORPORATION, Offers a rare opportunity to those who wish to make n safe, profitable Investment, For particulars, address or call on T. E. DAVIES, Ag?nt, No. H7I Slate Street, x-ir.w itivi'v envv ' We have on hand a line of hlgh-grads loans, secured by first mortgages on eome of the finest Irrigated farma In the fertile valleys of Colorado. Bearing Interest at 6 per cent., pay able semi-annually (both Interest and principal being, payable at our office In New Haven), they are the best and surest securities we know of. "We in vito your person?.! Investigation, The Ives Investment Co.' 157 CHURCH ST., NEW EATEN, CONN. 6 6 Sts the YALE-HARVARD BOAT RAGE AT NEW LONDON, THURSDAY, JUNE 26th, 1902, For tuis great event the splendid twia ' screw Steamer Chester W. Chapin Will leave Belle Dock, New Haven, on tha morning of June 26, at 11.30 o'clock, letura ing after the race. The CHAPIN will be anchored In thai Thames River In full view of the finish o" the race. i A line Band of Music will be on board. H Fare for the round trip, $1.75; children! ' five years of age and under twelve, 00 cta.-,"i Tlokets now on sale at the office of Bishoi.,l & Co., 703-5 Chapel Street, New Haven; also' , at the office of W. E. Morgan, Agent, Bella;. Dock, Now Haven. Purchase lu advance, ' Sale posit'vely limited. J23 4t MOMAUGrUIN Season Open, Jas. F. Toole, Propr. DUNCAN HALL 1151 Chapel Street. 1 SELECT FAMILY HOTEL. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLAN, Modern In all Appointments. JAMES F. TOOLE, Mgr. Telephone 1557. tt HOTEL GARDE Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN, CT. Connecticut's Largest Hotel American Plan. STRICTLY TRANSIENT. i J Tontine Hotel. Have you seen White's new rathskeller!' Chops, Steaks, Game a specialty. COR. CHURCH AND COURT ST8. White's New Tontine Hotel. Celebrated WURZ BURGER HOFBRAU AND PILSNER Genossenchaft's-Brau; always on draught at ' Cafe Heublein, Court and Church St a. 'giumxtiuX. MM M Harei Bait. ESTABLISHED 1792. NEW HAVEN, Jan. 14, 190 At the Annual Meetine of the Btockhnht. era of this Bank, held this day, the follow, ing named Directors were chosen to aerra for the ensuing year, via.: W1LUUU HENRY L.HOTCHKISS, ' LOUIS H. BRISTOL. V TIMOTHY DWIGHT. 4 , GBORGH H. TOWNSHND, THEODORE S. WOOL8BY, . I HAYES QUINCY TROWBRIDGE: 'Attest: ROBERT I. COUCH, C shier. WILBUR r, DAT. Prealdent jal tg INVESTMENTS. $5,000 United Illuminating Company 4 pe I'UUI, DOI1U9. 5,000 New Haven Street Ra'lway Company) 5 dpi- cents. Bonds. $1,000 Southern New Kngland Tel. Company 5 per cent. Bonds. ' " 25 shares Southern New England Tel. Com, " pany Stock. 100 shares Consolidated Electric Light of Portland. C. E. THOMPSON SONS, Investment Broken. 102 Orange Street. NEWTON 4 PARISH, Investment Bankers, Buy and Sell Foreign Ex-' change, Foreign Coin and Currency. Letters of Credit and Passj ports procured. Steamship . Agents. Investment list on application