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HEW HAVEN MORNING JOUBNAL AND COUK1EB.; TUESDAY February 13 1908.
AGAINST DRAWBRIDGE, A distinguishing feature of the Trust Co. is the practice of sharing with depositors the profits of the business. We pay interest on checking accounts. 4 per cent. Interest paid In on Savings Department.. Open Dally and Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8:30. STOCK MARKET FEATURES ALL STATE AMt COMMERCIAL EXCHANGES CLOSED. Prices In Americans Abroad Were Ir ' regular Strike Talk Less Thrcnten- Ins Biscuit's Extra Dividend Cot ! ton Steady In Liverpool Harrlman 1 Buys Coal Lands. All the state and commercial ex changes of 'tWs country were closed yesterday. There were small dealings in American shares in London and on the continent. Prices abroad were Ir regular. There was some Inquiry here of arbitrage houses that kept open re garding the coal strike prospects and the outlook for money. It is recogniz ed that the split in the ranks of the miners themselves will make a strike less likely, and President Baer's strong reply to the Pennsylvania legislature will doubtless have an Influence on sen timent. Beside declaring a regular quarterly dividend of I per cent, on the common stock the directors of the National Bis cuit company have allowed a 1 per cent, extra dividend. President Green says the total number of stockholders is 7,000. Of these 2,220 are employes. , The latter hold 7,212 shares of preferred etock. s Liverpool, Feb. 12. Closing Cotton Spot In fair demand; prices five points higher; American, middling fair, 6.13; good middling, 6.09; middling, 5.93; low middling, 5.77; good ordinary, 5-59; ordinary, 5 43. The sales of the day were 10,000 bales, of which 1,000 were for speculation and export and included 8,800 American. Re ceipts 1,000 bales, all American. Futures opened quiet and steady and closed dull; American middle, g. o. c, February, 5.77; February and March, 5-77; March and April, 5-79; April and May, 5,82; May and June, 5.85; June and July, 5 88; July and August, 5.89 August and September, 5.85; September and October, 5.68; October and Novem. ber, 5.63; November and December, 6.62. San Francisco, Feb. 12 E. H. Hard man, Epes Randolph and their asso ciates, who are interested in an Arizo na and Colorado railway, enterprise that will eventually become a Southern Pacific branch, have bought the vast coal land area near Durango, Col., and have paid down a part of the purchase price. It is said It will require $2,000,000 to complete the deal. The Porter Fuel company and the Boston Coal and Fuel company's coal lands are Included in Mie purchase; also thousands .of acres of adjoining coal lands. FOREIGN STOCK MARKETS. FOREIGN PRICES. Yes- N. Y. Lon. ter N. Y. Sat. Sat. day equiv. close latest Cons., money .. 90 90 7-3 G Cons., a.ccount90 9-16 90 11-16 Anaconda 15 294 287 14 Atchison . do. pd. T3. & O. Can. Pac. . 94 81 81 84 .106 103 106 .11714 114 113 117 ..178 174 174 179 Ches. & Ohio.. C M. & St P.. 189 184 184 190 Den. & Rio G. . 49 47 48 49 do. pfd 92 Erio 47 do. 1st pfd.... 80 do. 2d pfd. ... 74 111. Central 180 L .& N ,.154 Mo., K. & T. . . . 37 do. pfd N. Y. Central ..154 N. & W. 90 do. pfd 95 Ont. &. West... 53 89 46 78 72 91 47 80 74 181 46 1 Yti 150 149 155 36 36 37 150 150 164 88 91 8S 92 52 95 52 64 Penn. R. K 72 140 141 12M Reading Direct from Our Distiilary to YOU Saves Dealers' Profits Prevents Adulteration A FULL QUIRTS $$.2Q WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES U """ We will send you, In a pHln sealed case, with no marks to show contents, FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES el HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE for $3.20, and we will pay the express charges. Try It, have your doctor test It, test it any way you like. If you don't find It all right and the purest and best whiskey you ever tasted, ship It back to us at our exoense and your $3.20 will be promptly refunded. At our distillery, one of the largest and best equipped in the world, we distill an average of 9,580 gallons of PURE WHIS KEY a day. When you buy HAYNER WHIS KEY, it goes direct to you from our distillery, thus assuring you of perfect purity and saving you the dealers' big profits. HAY NER WHISKEY IS pre- t l. , s. A scribed by doctors and 4iJa used in hospitals and by half a million sat isfied customers. That's why YOU should try it. WRITE OtTB NEAREST OITICI THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. DAYTON, 0. ST. LOUIS, MO, ST. PAUL, MINN. ATLANTA, GA. Orders for Aril.. CaU Col., Idaho, Mont..NT., N. Mox., Ore., Utah. Wash., or Wyo.. must be on thebasi? of 4 qviRT" fr.aoi,y EXPKKSS PRR. niu, or m Hunts tor i.o by raiieur ?HPiiD. DiSTttURT, Taor, O. Established 1866. 300 Capital $600,000,00 Paid In Full. Ml m "5 I. ' do. 1st pfd. do. 2d pld , So. Ry. : do. pfd. ... 'So. Pacific ... Union Pac. . . do. pfd. ... TJ. S. Steel ... do. pfd. ... do. pfd. ... . 48 94 .. 51 99 . 41 40 .103 100 . 69 67 .159 155 .100 97 . 45 44 . 25 23 . 48 47 48 51 40 ' 42 101 104 67 70 155 159 100 44 45 24 25 47 48 TALE MAN TO SPEAK. Dr. Vincent on "Psychology of the Crowd" in Public Lecture Course. Patrons of the public lecture course have In store a treat in College street hall to-morrow evening wiien Dr. E. Vincent, professor of sociology of Chicago university, and the present head of the Chautauqua system, will deliver his lecture entitled "The Psy chology of the Crowd." Dr. Vincent is the distinguished son of Bishop John H. Vincent, the chancellor of tiie Chautau qua system. Dr. Vincent was born in 1S64, gradu ated at Yale in 1SS5, in the class with Senator Brandegee, Judge Case of the superior court of Connecticut, and Prof. Cross of Yale, and received his doctor's degree at Chicago university in 1896, and was elected associate pro fessor of sociology at the latter institu tion in 1900. In addition to the work of this professorship he is in virtual charge of the Chautauqua system, hav ing been made vice president and prin cipal of Instruction in that organization in 1898. . Dr. Vincent engaged in editorial work in 1885-6, was in Europe and the Orient in 1886-7, and later became literary edi tor of the Chautauqua Press. He is the author of various works among which are "Social Mind and Education" and "An Introduction to the Study of So ciety." He is one of the most success ful of public lecturers and his services are in constant demand in all parts of the country. He Is a most inspiring speaker. Whether as a lecturer on so ciological subjects, on educational mat ters and . )pics to teachers in various parts of the country, or in the Chau tauqua auditorium, he is a great fav orite as an orator attracting very large audiences and holding them by his vig orous thoguht and eloquence. GECTRGE IC FOSTER BUYS OUT PARTNER. George K. Foster, formerly the head clerk for Hewitt & Co., druggists of this city, has bought out his partner at Miles OUy, Mich- Mr. Foster recently bought one of the most prominent cor ners in Miles City, in anticipation of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul road entering Miles City on its way to the Pacific coast. Mr. Foster Is doing a flourishing drug business. Y. W. C. A. COOKING COURSE. Demonstration Lectures to Begin Fri day Evening. The second course of demonstration lectures in cookery at the Y. W. C. A., 568 Chapel street, will begin next Fri day evening at 8, o'clock. The subjects for the five evenings are: February 16 Beverages. February 23 Three Trays for Conva lescents. March 2 Entrees. March 9 Cake. March 16 Desserts. Tickets are on sale at the association building; office hours, 3 to 9 p. m. Those intending to purchase should call at once as it is desirable to know the prob able number of the audience before the evening of the lecture. DR. BEARDSLEY'S LECTURE. Dr. George L. Beardsley gave a lec ture at the Derby M. E. church on Sun day evening, his subject being "A Phy sician's Explanation Why Alcoholic Beverages Are Used and Some Sugges tions How to Discourage the Practice." This was the same lecture which was given In Shelton some time ago, and it was a very interesting one and present ed some new and sensible ideas as to the best way in which to handle the liquor question. There was a large con gregation present. Ansonia Sentinel. 'ANNUAL CEMETERY MEETING. Evergreen Association Hears Report of Year's Wofk. The ar.nuai meeting of the Evergreen Cemetery association was held in room 8, Chamber of Commerce building, yes terday aftrenoon. President Burton Mansfield presided. Secretary Benjamin R. English re ported receipts for the trust fund of $6,491.06, most of which had been Invest ed in securities. The invested fund now amounts to $3,160.53. There were 436 interments during the year, making a total of 19, 707. Fifty-nine lots Th Evergreen and Maplediile have been sold. The perpetual care fund amounts to $0,S17.73, about $1,100 having been re ceived the past year. The receipts for the year amounted to $18,105.55, which included $5,285.35 from sale of lots and $3,305.25 for care of lots. Treasurer James D. Dewell also made a report. ICE AT SPRINGSIDE. Farmer Wright Getting In Supply for Institution. Elson Wright, who is in charge of the farm work at the Springside home, had a gang of men at work Sunday cutting ice on the pond whjch the city main tains at the institution. Superintend ent Rattlesdorfer ordered the Sunday work in order that there should be no slip-up in getting the ice. The city ice houses at the town farm have a capac ity of nearly 2,000 tons. Some of this ice in good seasons is sold by the city, as the supply Is usually larger than the demand at Springside. The ice now being cut is about six inches thick. Enough will be harvested to meet the demands at the farm. Indication That There Will be Big Pro test by Citiaens. It was indicated by developments yes terday that there will be a big protest against the building of a drawbridge over Mill river, west branch, at( Grand avenue, near the second police precinct. It will be recalled that the United States government has declared the river navigable, and will hear those in terested In the drawbridge at a public hearing to take place at the rooms of the chamber of commerce next Satur day afternoon. Merchants and citizens who will pro test against the building of the bridge have, engaged an agent to procure names to their petition, which will be presented to Lieutenant Powell, the government engineer who will conduct the hearing Saturday. Expense which will bo necessary to build the bridge and settJe for the land damages result ing from the improvement is given as the reason for the protest. Those who are protesting say that the bridge, with land damages that will re sult, will cost the city at least $150,000. They also say the cost of a bridgetender and repairs will be a continual expense. It is on the cost that the citizens will protest. The Mansfield Jumber yards, the Na tional Casket company and the G. A. Warner company are the chief peti tioners for the bridge, and will have counsel to represent their interests at the meeting Saturday. These concerns have been fighting for a bridge for the past eight years and consider that they have won a big victory in having the government declare the stream naviga ble for commerce. NORTON LEAVES YALE. Indications Are That Freshman Has Abandoned Course. Edward Kenneth Norton, the eighteen-year-old Sheffield Scientific school freshman, whose elopement January 13 with Mies Josephine Blrney of 309 Blatchley avenue leaked out Saturday, has left the city. Indications are that he lias thrown up his Yale career, and will not live with his wife. His father, E- M. Norton of New York city, came here early Sunday morning and looked up certain features of the case, but he did not go near young Mrs. Norton. His son-in-law, Carl C, Conway, a former leader of the Yale Banjo club, ran down from Boston to help in the case. He met his father-in-law at the New Haven house, and they talked matters over with lyoung Norton. The youthful bride groom packed his gripsack arid left his boarding place, 400 Temple street, making no arrangements to return. He did not attend his recitations yesterday nor return to his boarding apartments, and it is expected that his father's ul timatum is that he give up his col lege course. MEETING TO-DAY. New Haven Branch of the Woman's Board of Missions. The New Haven branch of the wom an's board of missions will this after noon hold a meeting of special Interest (to young Indies. Miss Huntington, a young missionary at home for her first furlough, will speak. Letters from Miss Alice Browne, who has recently gone to China, will be read, and the junior work of the branch will be presented. This meeting will be held in Center church chapel at 3 o'clock. Henri's la grippe cure cures a cold in twenty-four hours, if taken in time prevents pneumonia. 15c at Hull's. 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