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mW HAVEN MORNING JOUBNAL AND COUBIEE. rEIDAY OCTOBER .! IWS
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and apply rent paid towards purchae, if desired
The A. B. CLINTON CO.
37 Church Street.
STOCK MARKET FEATURES
SOBRIETY COUPLED WITH IK
REGULARITY. Slight Decline Followed by a Slight
Rally Xo Joyous Boll Outbursts
A Feverish Market Conscxrottsm
Growing.
The market was quite sober yester
flay, with no fireworks. Rampant
I speculation is repressed owing to the
prevailing idea that caution and con
servatism ought to prevail.
It is believed that Mr. Vanderlip's
words of caution will tend to keep
down the enthusiasm of any one who
might have attempted to advance the
market before the money situation is
adjusted.
There was much wavering apparent
yesterday among the speculators.
After the decline of the mornina eood
fiuying developed and the supply of of
fering!! was seen to be limited. Prices
rallied, so that in the afternoon about a
dozen leading shares were above Wed'
nesday's closing. At this level a grad
ual easing off occurred, but the final
figures showed much strength.
There was some liquidation from
commission houses yesterday, mostly
from people who were getting tired of
waiting for a further bull market to
materialize.
The Norfolk and Western and Ches
apeake and Ohio dividend increases are
being talked of again to explain the re
cently large buying of Pennsylvania.
The steamship Deutschland, which
arrived yesterday, brough $2,650,000 in
gold, consigned to the National City
bank. This represents the bulk of last
week's engagements and makes $8,250,
000 arrived -since September 19, when
arrivals gegan.
W. H. Truesdale, of the Lackawanna,
returned ; yesterday from Europe very
much improved in health.
Call money rates opened at 5 per
cent, bid, 6 per cent, offered, without
any transactions up to 11:30. The feel
ing was that money would hold be
tween 5 and j during the remainder of
the week-
The weakness of stocks has dislodged
a good many speculative bonds. Those
dealt in oh .the board have been offered ,
freely 'recently.' "' '' r" ' " "" "
Wall street's interpretation of yester
day's European bank statements was
that a process of credit contraction
was being vigorously and deliberately
pursued in order to checkmate demands
from this or other markets.
The decline in the Hill stocks during
the first hour attracted attention. They
sold off 2 to 3 points each, Northern
Pacific getting down to 204 1-2. A few
days ago it sold around 212. Great
Northern preferred showed signs of
profit-taking on the belief that all the
good news is out.
A very Obvious effort to keep the
market from declining was made at the
opening. Against a very plain desire
by one interest to make a lower level
of prices there was the equally obsti
nate attempt by another faction to sus
tain prices
The firmness of United States Steel
stocks during the early decline attract
ed much attention. The buying was
said to be of excellent character. A
fine statement from the company is ex
pected soon.
A golden-rod whist was given very
succesafully by the Sacred Heart par
iah In Sacred Heart hall last night.
The proceeds will be distributed to the
worthy -poor of the parish.
Ifitiaitctal.
YESTERDAY'S STOCK MARKET
Further Speculative Liquidation In
fluence of Warning to Bankers.
New York, Oct. 12.-Stocks in further
speculative liquidation came upon the
market in .large volume this morning
under the continued influence of the
same factors which started the decline
yesterday. The London stock market
seemed to . be equally impressed with
New York over tho significance of the
opinions expressed before the 'bankers'
convention by Mr. Vanderlip, vice pres
ident of the National City bank. Low
er prices for Americans wore establish
ed tfeere and London began to sell
stocks here as soon as the market
opened- Later the New York market
became very Irregular with occasional
recoveries. But the principal activity
was while prices were declining. The
recoveries were due in large part to the
talcing of profits by bearish traders who
had sold short earlier and there was no
revival of &cttve operations for the rise
except in the .case of a few stocks
which are n the hands of speculative
pools. TC relaxation of the selling
pressure was due in part to the inter
pretation of several incidents as indi
cating a benevolent attitude .towards
the market on the part of the powerful
group of capitalists whose opinion was
supposed to toe represented in th ead
dress at Wasfilngiton which so disturb
ed sentiment yesterday. For one thing,
the stocks In which this group of capi
talists Is supposed to take a peculiar
Interest were inclined to resist the pre
vailing depression. Amalgamated Cop
per amongst the industrials and St.
Paul amongst the railroads were the
conspicuous examples. When the money
rate opened at 6 per cent, and fears be
gan to b8 felt that, It would rise above
that, practically unlimited amounts
were offered at that rate by the 'Na
tional, City bank. It was inferred from
RENT
asm
It SSiZTSK"
circles by the paragraphs In the bank
er's address which were made most of
in the market yesterday. Speculative
opinion was inclined to, take the ground
that while a warning against specula
tive excess wag Intended there was no
desire to convey a distrust of the pres
ent level of prices. The motives of the
trading will be seen, from these ex
amples, to have been largely inferen
tial. The large arrivals of gold amount
ing to $2,650,000 were consigned to the
bank which made the principal loans on
the stock exchange. The time monev
rmarket was called v-ery firm. The spec
ial movement in Chicago Terminal
s-'ocks was due to a public report of
Hli: control. Wisconsin Central was
still strong under the influence of yes
terday's reports of an Erie project in
that property. The day's net changes
was mostly unimportant.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales
par value, $2,380,000.
United States bonds were all un
changed on call.
NEW I'OUK STOCK MARKET.
Opening, Illfiuest, Lowest Quotation
On tha New York Stock Eschonga
reported by Prince & Whltely. Banker
and Brokers. 52 Broadway. New York
ana it Center street. New Haven, Conn.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Am. Copper .... 84 84
Am. C. & F, ... 37 37
Am. Cot. Oil... 31 31
Am. Loco. 59 60
Am. S. & R 127 127
Am. Sugar ....139 140
A., T. & S. Fe, . . 8814 S8
83 83
36 37
30 30
69 .66
126 127
138 139
87, 88
UU, U1U. ;..1 4
104 103 103
112' 111 112
T1 ?. TftPJ U4 1
B. & O. 112
onws k. x 0
Ches. & O Kfi w
1 78 ' f 78 X a
66 B6 56
21 21 21
179 178 179
215 214 215
46 44 45
187 186 186
171 169
Chi. & Gt. W.... 21
C, M. & St. P. ..179
Chi. & N. W. ...215
Col. F. &I 45
Con. Gas. ......187
Can. Pae. 170
Del. & Hudson. 219V.
220
Erie 48V&
48 47
48
179
179
Gen. Electric ..179
111. Central 179 179 178
p- & . 151 151 150 151
mn. t,ievated..l65!4 165 166 165
125
Met. Securities. 80 80 80
80
67
-tv. s 1.. ma. n i
67 67
Mo. Pac , .103
103 102 103
N. Y. C. & H....148
148 147 148
63 53 - 53
85 84 85
46 44 46
N. Y.; O. &W.. 53
N. & W. 8534
Pac. Mail . .
Penn. R. R. ,
People's Gas
Reading . . .
do. nfd. . .
45
.143 143 142 143
..102 103 102 102
.121 121 120V 120
93 93 93 93
Rep. I. & S..,.. 24
23
9t
79
67
35
99
84
34U
n I V7
2
93
"J
ao. prtj. . ... . S3
Rock Island ... 33
94
33
79
68
. 35
99
85
do. pfd 79
79
So. Pac 68
So. Ry 35
68
35
99
85
.??
do. pfrt. 99 V.
Tenn. C. & I..'.. 85
Tex. & Pac 34
Un. Pac 131
do. pfd 96
U. S. Lcath. nfd.111
84
131 130 131 Si
96 96 96
111 111 111
U. S. Rubber... 51
61 50 51 j
do. pfd 110 1111 llft.-K, in7,t
U. S. Steel 37 37 '-37 37
do. pfd 108 104 103 104
Wabash ' 41 41 41 41
West. U. Tel... 94 93 92 92
W., Jj. Erie 17 17 17 17
ClMlng Prices.
The following ars the closing prices
reported by Prince & Whltely, Bankers
and Brokers, 25 Broadway, Now York,
and 15 Center street. New Haven.Conn.:
Btd. Ashed.
Adams Express 240
Amalgamated Copper .... 83
American Car Foundry 37
do. pfd 99
American Cotton Oil 30
do. pfd 92
Amerioan Express 220
Am. Hide & Leather, pfd.. 33
American Ice Securities... 27
American , Linseed 17
do. pfd. 40
American Locomotive .... 60
do. pfd. ; ...113
Am. Smelting & Refining.. 127
do. pfd. . . . . .......... 120
American Sugar. Refining. ,139
do. pfd. 139 "
AnacOnda Copper , 115
Atch., Topekar& S. Fe.. . 87
do. pfd. 103
Baltimore & Ohio 112
do. pfd 96
Bay State Gas
Brooklyn Rapid Transit... 71
Brooklyn Union Gas 184
Brunswick Co 14
Canada Southern 69
Canadian Pacific 170
Central of New Jersey ... ..214
Ches. & Ohio 66
Chicago & Alton 36
do. pfd 79
Chicago & E. Illinois, pfd..l30
Chicago Great Western 21
do. A pfd 76
Chi., Mil. & St. Paul.. ... (79
do. pfd 186
Chicago & Northwestern. .215
C, R. I. & Pac. Col. 4s 83
250
83
37
100
31
100
229
33
28
18
42
6.0
1H
127
121
139
142
116
88
104
112
97
71
189
15
70
170
216
56
37
79
139
21
76
179
189
216
83
189
195
18
40
100
45
28
187
220
485
88
43
48
81
72
180
318
92
92
179
23
80
29
25
52
36
151
165
do. pfd 186
Chi., Su F M. & Omaha.. 185
Chicago Term. Trans 18
do. pfd 39
Cleveland, C, C. & St. L. . 98
Colorado-Fuel & Iron 45
Colorado Southern 28
Consolidated Gas 186
DpI. fr Hudson Canal. .,...219
Del., Lack. & Western 484
Di nvpr & Rio Grande, pfd. 87
Distillers Sec. Corp 42
Erie ,.. 48
do. 1st rfd 80
do. 2d pfd 71
General Electric 178
Great Northern, pfd 317
Hocking Valley 88
do. pfd 91
Illinois Central 179
International Paner 22
do. pfd. S0
Iowa Central 28
Kansas City Southern 25
do. pfd ; 52
Lake Erie & Western 33
Louisville & Nashville ...151
Manhattan Elevated 165
Metropolitan Securities ... 80
Metropolitan St. Railway ..125
Mo. Kan. & Texas 32
do. pfd 67
Missouri Pacific 103
National Biscuit 54
National Lead 4554
N. Y. Air Brake 148
N. Y. Cent. & Hudson. . . .148
125
32
68
103
55
46
154
&
207
53
92
98
206
i5
103
45
96
252
TC. V A Mow TJn OAS
.205
N. Y., Ontario & Western.
Norfolk & Western
do. nfd
North American
53
85
. 90
. 97
.206
46
.143
.102
. 45
16 g
.250
Northern Pacific
Pacific Mail S. S
Pennsylvania R. R. . . .
People's Gas. Chicago
Pressed Steal Car.....
do. pfd. . .. , . ,-. . , .
Pullman Palace Car..,
120?i
S3
S8
24
121
03
S3
24
S4
33
79
35
S9s
68
120
68
do. pfd.
Ota a
Rock Island tz
do. pfd 7S4
Southern Railway 35 Sk
do. Dfd no
! Southern Pacific 6S
i do. pfd 119
I St. L. & San Fran., 2d pfd.. 6S
, Tennessee Coal & Iron 85
' Third Avenue 126
Texas & Pacific 34
Tolpiln. Kf T.nnie & Weet aft Li
do. tM ' Kfi a?
STwin City Rapid Transit.. 118
I Union Bag & Paper 14
do. pfd 81
Union Pacific 131 '4
do. pfd 96
United States Express 118
82
131
86
125
87
52
111
37
104
98
31
21
41
235
93
169
26
31
62
u.. jttenity & improvement S6
U. S. Rubber 61
do. pfd Ill
V. 8. Steel 37
do. pfd 104
do. sink. fd. 5s 98
Virginia-Carolina Chemical 31
Wabash 21
do. nfd 41
Wells-Fargo Express 230
Western Union Telegraph 93
Westinghouse Electrical ..167
Wheeling & Lake Erie 17
do. 2d pfd. 25
Wisconsin Central 31
do. pfd 62
Consolidated Stock Exchange.
Reported over private wire of w. B.
Smith & Co., 71 Broadway, New York.
New Haven office, 24 Center Street
Norman A. Tanner. Manager.
Open. High. Low. Last,
Am. Copper ..
Am. C. &. F
Am. Loco.
Am. Smelting .
A.. T. & S. Fe.
. S3 ft
. 37
. 59
.127
84
37
60
127
83 83
37 37
59 60
126 127
87 87
111 112
169 170
55 56
21 21
178 179
33 32
44 45
28 28
47 46
150 151
88
K8
B. & 0 112 112
Canada Pacific .170 170
56
21
56
Chi. & Gt. W.
21
179&
33
46
Chi., M. & St. P. 179
C, R. I. & P. ... 33
Col. Fuel & Iron 45
Col. South 28
Erie axu.
28
48
L. & N. 15H4 1R1 U.
Met. St. Rv ifi
us iza
Mex. Central .. 24 24
24
24
ja., oc i., pia. BY
Mo. Pac 103
67
til
01
103
53
103 103
148 147
. 1. central. .. 148
. X...U. & W... 53
is
XT P ITT ryw i.
.v . oc v . ....... xna.
85
46
Kb
Pac. Mail 46 Vi
46
Penn. R. R 143 143
People's Gas ...103 103
143 143
103 103
44 45
120 121
24 24
92 92
68 68
35 35
84 85
34 34
130 131
37 37
Pressed Steel .
45
Readme
121
24
92
, 68
35
86
34
131
Rep. I. & S
do. pfd
So. Pac.
So. Railway .
Tenn. C. & I..
Tex. Pac
Un. Pac
U. S. Steel
do. pfd
Wabash
do. pfd., ,
Sales, 117.170.
3V
104 103 103
21 21 21
il 41 41
Boston Stock Quotations.
Reported over private wire of Horn
blower & Weeks, members of New York
and Boston Stock Exchanges; New Ha
ven office, 27 Center street.
High. Low. Bid. Asked.
Adventure .... 8
Alouez 41
Arcadian
Atlantic 27
8
41
J
27
30
660
27
71
14
7
26
24
9
57
53
27
107
40
26
Bingham 30
30
9
665
28
71
it
27
fo
. 68
53
28
107
26
105
8
128
9
36
46
120
22
93
79
108
79
Boston Cons. .. 9
Cal. & Hecla ...663
Centennial .... 27
Copper Range . 71
Daly West
Franklin 18
Granby 7
Greene ... ..... 27
Isle Royal 24
Tvl .1 en rt n 0
9?4
661
27
70
17
7
26
23
I?"
53
27
107
. -""loo. "UO. .... u-Xl
Mohawk 68
North Butte ... 54
'Old Dominion .. 2S
Osceola 108
; Parrot
: Quincy
1U1
Shannon 8 7 8
I Tamarack .... 125
, rrinny s
U. S. Mining. .. 36
Utah Cons 46
8
35
46
36
46
119
22
92
77
108
78
! Wolverine .. ..119 119
Am. Ag. Chem.. 22 22
; do. pfd
Dom. Coal
Swift & Co. ...
United Shoe ...
do. pfd
United Fruit . ..107 107
Am. Tel 137 136
United Copper .33 33
31
32
106 107
33 33
Chicago Market.
Reported over private wire by W. B.
Smith & Co., 71 Broadway. N. Y..' New
Haven office, 24 Center Street, Nor
man A. Tanner, Manager.
Chicago, Oct. 12.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat-
Dec 86 86 85 8
May 87 87 87 7ii
Corn
Dec.
May
Oats
Dec.
May
45 45 44 44
4,, 44 44
28 29 28 28
31 31 30? 31
Cotton Market.
Reported by Dick Broa. & Co., mem
bers of New York Stock and Cotton Ex
changes. Branch offtc. 33 Center Street
New York, Oct. 12.
High. Low. Laau
Oct.
Nov
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
967
972
989
998
993
1912
1020
950
972'
969
979
987
992
1002
954-57
964-66
976-77
986-87
993-94
1001-02
1005-07
1010-11
United States Government Bonds.
Bid. Asked.
2s, reg. 1930. ...103 103M
Securities For Sale.
New Haven First Mortgage 5 and 8 per
cent, Real Estate Loans.
Southern First Mortgage 0 per cent.
Real Estate Loans,
Cleveland and Sonthwestern 1st Mort
gage 5s.
Citizens Railway 1st Mortgage 5s.
Middlesex Hanking; Co. 5s.
Conn. Railway and Lighting; Co 4s.
Danbury and Bethel Stock.
Colonial Realty Co. 8 per cent. Stock.
Lomas & Nettleton
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
137 Orange Street
MERCANTILE SAFE
DEPOSIT COMPANY.
FURNISHES A CONVENIENT
AND SECURE PLACE FOR
THE DEPOSIT OF YOUR SE
CURITIES AND VALUABLES.
72 CHURCH' STREET.
Reading
do, 1st pfd. ..
do. 2d pfd. . .
Rep. Iron & Steel
2s, coup., 1930 103j
8s, coup., 1908 103H
3s, coup., 1908 104
s. small bonds 103
4s, rg., 1907 104
4s, coup., 1907 104
4s, reg., 1925 134
4s, coup., 1925 13414
I. C. 3s, 65 118
Philippine 4s 109
108
104
105'4
105
105
134
134
119
110
ill ML & Co.
SO Broad Street, Jf. .
MEMBERS Or
N. Y. Stock Exchange.
N. Y. Cotton Exchange.
STOCKS. BONDS.
COTTON.
Branch Office,
33 CENTER. STPvE.ET
E. B. EAMES, Manager.
$
ESTABLISHED 1878.
WB.Smith4Co.
Stock & Grain Brokers
71 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Members 3V. Y. Con. Stock Exchange,
Chicago Board of Trade.
NEW HAVEN OFFICEl
24 Center Street.
NORMAN A. TANNER. MgT.
Stocks, Bonds, Grnln and Cotton
bought nnd sold for cash or carried on
margin. Private wire connecting; our
office with New York.
TELEPHONE 1043.
We heg to annonnce that on
OCTOBER THE 16TH
we shall advance the price
of the shores of the capital stock of the
Cieneguita Copper Company
which we have underwritten
to $6.50 per slinre, par value tlO
We consider this stock one of the best
investments on the market and shall
be pleased to furnish full information.
Catlin 4 Powell Co.
GENERAL STOCK BROKERS,
SS Wall Street, New Yorte
STO C KS-B 0 N DS-D! AMON DS
' wi t '
are safe in a safe .
place only. '
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15. per year. Accessible
every business day, r
40 CmmCH STRKET.
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and receives deposits. The principal of
each trust Is invested by itself and kept
separate and apart from the general
assets of the Company.
This Company Is by law regularly ex
amined by the bank examiner of the
State of Connecticut.
HENRY I,. HOTCHKISS, President
EUGENE S. BRISTOL. Treasurer!
BRANCH OFFICE
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BANKERS AKD BROKERS,
57 Btoadway, New York,
MEMBERS OF
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S.OOO. New Haven Gas Light Co. Conv. 4s
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1,000. Connecticut Lighting A Power Co, Sa
1,000. Danbury & Bethel Uorse Ry. Co. Ss
d,000 Middle town Horse Railway Co. Cs
1.OO0. Bridgeport Gas Light Co. 4s
1,000. Ciroton A Stoniugtoa Street Ry. Co. Sa
25 Shares Southern New England Telephone Co. Stock.
50 Shares New Haven Gaa Light Co. Stock.
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Sate Deposit Boxes. Letters of Credit for Travelers.'
Bills of Exchange on England, France and Germany..
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Chlcog- Broad of Trade.
BOSTON, CHIAGO
EO Congress St 401-403 Rookery Bldg,
BROKERS,
88 Broad Street, New York.
Private wires to New Vorfc and Chicago
Room I, 1010 Chaple Street
Opposite Osborn Hall,
Niagara Light Heat and
Power Company
Of Tonawanda and North lmmnanS9t
Suburbs of Buffalo, N. y, . v
1st Mtge, K per cent Bonds, due 3n2s
Special circular on application.
JAIES H.P1EISH& 00
Succeeding Newton A Pnrlih
INVESTMENT BANKERS.'
8 Oran. stnmt. . Haven, con
H. C. WARREN S CO.,
DEALERS
m 1
IKYESTMEKT
SECURITIES
Bankers and Brokers,
No. 52 Broadway, New York,
AND
15 Center Street, New Haven
Members N.T. Stock Exchange. Produce
Exchanre, ana Chicago Board ot Trade.
C. B. BOLMER,
Manager New Haven Branch.
ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY
STOCKS AND BONDS. ALSO GRAIN
PROVISIONS and COTTON BOUGHT
AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Connected by Private Wire with New
York. Boston and Chicago.
Investment Securities
I OFFER A CHOICE LINE
OF WATER AND GAS BONDS
S500 and $1000
Denomination
Suitable for Careful Investors
JAMES B. SMITH,
Picfi & itiil?
ITittrrtatttrorots.
HYPERION THEATRE :
Sam S. and Lee Sbubert. Managers.
.Matinee ana lshi. Honrv V. Rvn
Otters the distinctly different comedian
RAYMOND HITCHCOCK
in EASY DAWSON
A comedy by Edward K. Kidden
J.B0 "' 1100 Evening 25, 60, 75, J1.00
MONDAY. OCTOBER 1
Daniel Frohmaa JHresents
LAWEEXCK DOHSAY
In the New Play .
THE EMBASSY S ALL ,
By Augustus Thomas
Thursday, Friday. Saturday,
SKIES, Written by Lottie r i -r
-arKer. 2 7 People 2 7
Night 25e, 5Uc Matinee. .
BIJOU THEATRE.
all this Week
BROADWAY FAVORITE
DAN McAVOY
and -
6th AVE GIRLS
9r-BIG STAR ACTS 9
Poll's Popular Prices
STATE ARMORY.
FOOD AND INDUSTRIAL
EXPOSITION
October lsth'to aim.'
3000 attended opening last night and
pronounced the exnnciHrm a .
WUTJOO.
:Lily Haxworth-Wollace, .Lecture on
; Cookery to-day at 3:30. Topi Bread
and Biscuit. -.:
Linda Ross Wade, Lecture on style
to-night 9. Foundation of Style Poise
Watch Daily papers for future Lecture
announcements. Admission 25 cents
Doors open 1:30 to 5:30 and 7:30 to 10 30
P. M. daily. .
THK ST. CIUKLES, Aiost Select Lo!
htft-W;i,-,t,i'an established repu
tation for exclusiveness and hieh ela.
patronage. Hot and cold salt a5d fresh
Tatet ln ?very bath- Long distance
telephone In rooms. Arteafan water
Courteous service. Golf privileges T lE
1-jstrated booklet Orchestra of iolo-
GRAND ATLANTIC HOTKlT. Virgin".
la Ave. and Beach, Atlantic City, NJ.
Rooms en suite with private baths. Hot'
and cold sea water baths. Dellehtfu!
sun parlors, steam heated. Excellent
table. Rates J2.00 per day; $10.00 week
ly. Write for 1905 booklet Coach meets
trains. A. C. MITCHELL & CO
Limt Oklnlionm Offldnl to Bngage'a
hotels.
The
HOF-BRAU HAUS,
ham a high class
GERM KITCHEN"
nd the following famous
FOUR IMPORTED BEERS
Burger Bran Filscn
Munfheuer Hof-I?rnn,
Nnrnbcrger Tucher Bran,
Wurburger Burger Bran, i v
Enough Said lsysra,
HOTEL GARDE
Onpoalte Union Depot,
NEW HAVEN, CONN. '
Connecticut's Largest Hotel
Americas Plan . Strictly TransUat,
Cafe Boulevard,
Fisher Bros,, 67-69 Orange Street. ;
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Restaurant,'
NOW OPEN
Meals a al carte at all hours. ' ! --
Everything first-class. Hours: 8 a,
m. to 12 p. m. Sunday, 9 a, m. to 9 p. m,
STittaitciat.
INSURANCE
THAT ENSURE
Norths Agency has been
selling Insurance in
New Haven for ovev
Fifty Years.
Our best friends are those,
with whom we have ad
justed losses, during that
period.
Moral INSURE WITH
NORTH office ist Build
ing North of Post Office
THE MERCHANTS
NATIONAL BANK
870 State. St., Opp. Wooster St.
With ample resources and rnm.
plete equipment, adhering to conserva
tive but modern methods ln banvw
INVITE the accounts 'of flrma,-corpor-f
ations ana individuals.
OFFICERS:
H. C WARREN.
H. ENGLISH. Vice President.
D. A. ALDBN. ,,,
H. V. WHIPPLE. Asst. CashUr."
Bm tha t Tti8 Kind You Have Always BcDS&t'
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