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MW HAVEN MORNING JOGENAL AND COOEIE Wednesday MAKcnaj, i90e
799 Chapel St. 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 pet cent, latere at paid la one Savings Department.. Open Dally and Saturday Evening. 7 to 83th STOCK MARKET FEATURES HULLS TAKE COURAGE AND SEND PRICES HIGHER. Quite on Improvement-from Monday's Decline Reports from Algeoirus and Denials of Sensational Rumors Help Matters Gossip of the Day. The stock market presented a more hopeful aspect yesterday and prices to roved. Encouraging news came from Algecl ras and there was a better feeling all around in the European financial, mar kets. The denial of the sensational reports as to the illness of John D. and Wil- liam Rockefeller were also a factor for improvement In prices. The improvee-nt reached 8 points in "Soo" common, 4 1-2 In Great Northern, 4 In Anaconda, 3 in Duluth South Shore and Atlantic preferred and 1 to 2 1-2 in a variety of other stocks, including a number of the prominent railway and industrials, The strength of Reading, following the announcement that the committee of anthracite operators were In session in reference to the letter of President Mitchell, caused a more optimistic feel ing as to the coal labor' situation, There is a general feeling thai there will be a compromise between the bitu i minous operators and miners, thus pre venting a strike. Firmness in the gas stocks after the recent prolonged depression was also a , helpful influence to speculation. The small buying power in the mar bet was illustrated by the faot that of- ten there was a decline of 1-4 point or so between sales, as If the operators who bid them up did not themselves want to buy, tout were adopting a sell ing policy themselves. Lawson's advices were wholly ig nored. Stocks developed a good deal of buoyancy in the early part of the last hour, but the rise ibrought some profit taking, and many stocks eased on mod erately . under offerings of long hold ings. Nevertheless the tone of the market 'continued good. Th character of the business contin- ued wholly professional. Conservative observers of the course of the market were predicting that this rally could not go far. The money situation was a little im proved. But the stock market was purely professional, and the big people were not participating, in it. All the trading sentiment early fa vored the pnrohase of stocks for a turn on the bull side. There- was general The market was favorably affected also covering. The volume of liquidation 1 by news that definite terms of settle was much less, and specialties showed ' ment of the Moroccan dispute were be consideraMe support. I lieved to have been agreed upon. The A bulletin issued yesterday by the I closing tone was decidedly firm and at Census Bureau shows the complete about the top level, crop of cotton for 1905, Including linters Bonds were steady. Total sales, par and counting round 'bales as half b-'les, j value, $2,085,900. lo ue iu,oj(,irio, oiitipareu wan xo,vm,oi.i , for 1904, and 10,015,721 for 1903. The demand for steel rails continues, and it -was calculated yesterday that inquiries in the market aggregated 150,000 tons. t is remarked: "At any rate, this is a rich man's market. It seems to change .Its trend daily, and It is almost impossible for the little man to make money In it." A sharp spurt in Distilling was one of the features of the last half hour. Keene brokers were said to be buy ing stocks. It is only on rare occasions that Wall street as a whole Including bankers and th rank and file- Is so njuch at sea as it Is at the present time. Thl? is because of the difficulty of securing any reliable information as to the pos sible outcome of the coal labor contro versy. Consolidated Gas was stronger than in some time. It was aid that the di rectors will take no dividend action for several weeks to come. It was asserted that banking Inter ests would not let Union Pacific go be low 11; hence this stock, -being a recog nized leader, should be bought for a "turn." People's Gas was also stronger; also O. & W. made a good gain and South ern railroad common behaved well. Interviews with prominent railroad men in the west are decidedly optimis tic. An officer of the Burlington says the company had all the tonnage it could take care of during the first half of March, and there is "clear sailing ahead." "Our lines are all busy as they can be." comes from the Northwestern. "There is a 5 to 10 per cent, increase in acreage of winter wheat in our ter ritory." says an officer of the Atchison. "The winter kill this year has been comparatively slight, and if we do not experience damage later by excessive rain or other extremes, the crop is go ing to be the largest on record. The Atchison needs all its cars to move the tonnage- "We have every reason to believe that there is heavy business ahead," says an officer of the Rock Island. "I have Just returned from a trip over our lines in the winter wheat belt and can Bay that the outlook for a large crop is at this time excellent. There is little reason for fearing damage now unless it comes from floods, and that danger ought to be minimized because there has been an unusually small amount of snow this winter." A S VC O 31 X A. Bwrii the 1 The Kind Yw Hfiw Atwavs Bought lESTERDAT'S STOCK MARKET. Demand That Caused Pnrtinl Recovery Not of Important Character. New York, March 20. The demand for stocks which caused to-day's par tial recovery of Yesterday's losses was not of an important character. The shrinkage in the volume of the trans actions in itself is evidence of this fact. So also is the distribution of the day's recoveries on lines closely parallel with yesterday's declines. This is pretty clear evidence always of the covering operations by professional bears- The responsibility of this element for somo part of yesterday's pressure on the market was very evident from the character of some of the rumors circu lated on the stock exchange, and which were shown this morning to be totally without foundation. Sudden failure of health and death for half a dozen rom inent capitalists were alleged in these rumors, which could only have been originated in an attempt to depress prices in view of the lack of foundation proved for them. The demand to-day to cover the short contracts put out during the circula tion of these rumors was a natural consequence. That the buying extend ed beyond these limits was generally disbelieved. Foreign markets gave an impetus to the recovery, owing to the encouragement felt over the prospects of a settlement of the difficulty over Morocco. News of actual developments, how ever, had very little reflection in the market and offered no Important changes from conditions existing yes. terday. The small accumulation of liq uldating sales which had come upon the market with the turn of a week which had proved rather discouraging to the speculative holders had been completed, however, and left the way open for to-day's moderate recovery all around. News from the conference looking to a settlement of the coal mining labor dispute showed no definite outcome in prospect. An advance in the price of sugar was an incident of the day. The recovery in Amalgamat- ed cIPGr save rise to discussion of the growing foreign demand for the metal, a'ugn e price in London yielded to-day after a sharp advance yesterday. The situation in the money market was not changed. The last half hour of the trading in the stock exchange was the most active of the day, the demand from the short interest showing increased urgency. uiineu csitues news lours auvunceu on call. A' Kir TOICK STOCK MAIIKET. Opening, Highest, Lowest. Quotation. On the New York. Stock Exehnti?4, reported by Prince & Whltely. Bankers and Brokers, 62 Broadway, New fori: and 15 Center street, New Haven. Coni. Open. High. Low. Close. Amal. Copper .103 105 103 105 Am. Car 40 41 40 41 Am. Cotton Oil. 33 34 33 34 Am. I,oco 67 69 67 004 do pfd II614 116 11.6 110 Am. Smel 154 155 153 155 Am. Sugar 137 1.37 1 37 137 A. T. & S. Fe... 91 93 914 93 do pfd 102 102 102 102 B. & 0 109 110 109 110 Bklyn R. T. ... 82 83 82 83 Cent. Leather .. 43 44 43 44 do pfd 104 104 104 104 vnei. c unio. .. on - 66 57 u. 6c ut. w 20 20 20 J. JM. S tit. r. . .1 I I 174 173 174 C. C. C. & St. L. 98 99 9S 99 59 61 143 115 C. F. & Iron.... 59 61 Con. Gas 143 14fi Canadian Pac. .170 172 1 till yd l ii D. & Hudson... .202 202 202 202 Erie 41 42 41 42 vt-ii. jMecinc ..Itw lni 111. Central 169 170 Louis. & Nash. .150 151 Met. St. Rail 113 113 Met. Securities 70 70 M. K. & T. pfd. 71 71 Mo. Pacific 94 96 167 169 167 170 149 150 113 113 70 70 71 96 145 50 87 71 94 N. Y. C. & H. ...145 146 145 N. Y. O. it W. . 49 50 49 Nor. k West. .. 87 S7 87 Pac. Mall 43 43 43 43 Pen. ..130 138 136 138 Peo. Gas . . 93 95 93 94' Reading- .125 127 125 127 do 1st nfd.. 90 90 90 90 : itep. i. steel.. 28 28 28 28 do pfd . 99 99 9N 99 . 26 . 26 26 ' 26 . 65 66 65 66 . 65 66 65 66 .. 40 40 40 40 .101 101 101 101 .149 149 149 149 . 33 34 33 33 .151 152 151 152 Rock Island . . do ptd . . . Southern Pac. Southern Ry. do pfd . . . T. C. & Iron. . Tex: & Pacific Union Pacific U. S. Rubber. . i)Z'4, hi! li-Vi i)3 do 1st pfd... 112 113- 112 113 U. S. Steel 39 -39 39 39 do pfd 104 105 104 105 wuu.-isn pru .... lli- wli West. Union xd 9.'' ! W. L. Erit 18 18 do 2d pfd .. 25 25 49 51 91 18 25 91 18 25 Closing Prices. The following are the closing prices reported by Prince & Whltely. Bankers and Brokers. 25 Broadway, New York, ana 15 Center street. New Haven: Bid Asked Adams Express 247 Amalgamated Copper 105 253 105. 41 101 V an 223 21 4(1 Gil 117 155 U 121 hi 13S Am. Cat- 41 do pfd no Am. Cotton Oil 34 Am. Kxpress 220 Am. Llnsed 20 do PM 43 4 Am. Locomotive fiini do pfd neii Am. Smelting l.'io do pfd 20 Am. Sugar . do pfd 135 Anaconda Copper 264 Atch. Tod. & Santa Fe 93 wd Pfd 102 Baltimore & Ohio 110 do pfd 96 Bay State Gas u Bklyn Rapid Trans. 83 Bklyn. Union Gas 129 Canada Southern 67 Canadian Pacific 171 Cent, of N. J 213 Ches. & Ohio 67 Chi. & B. Illinois pfd 132 Chi. & Gt. Western 20 do A pfd 77' Chi. MiL &st. P 174 d0 FM isi Chi. & Northwestern 222 C St. p., M. & Omaha 175 Chi. Term. Trans 12 do pfd 30 C. C. C. & St. P..."! 99 Col. Fuel & Iron '.. 6iu Col. Southern aoa Con. Gas ...V.145 Del. & Hudson Canal. . .'. "202 Del. Lack. & West 444 Den. & Hio Grande pfd ... 86 Lrle 42 do 1st pfd 77 do 2d pfd 66 Hocking- Valley 114 T d, Pfd 94 111. Central 169 International Paper .' 21 j d Pfd 83 Iowa Central 31 ' K. C. Ft. S. & M 81 Lake Erie & Western 34 Louisville & Nashville ....150 Manhattan Elevated ......157 Met. St. Rail usi Mexican Central 24 Mo. Kan. & Texas 34 do pfd 715i Mo. Pacific 957? National Biscuit '..'.' 78 N. Y. Cent. & Hudson. ... ..145 N. Y. Chi. & St. Louis 68 N. Y. & New Haven 200 N. . Ontario & Western... 50 Norfolk & Western 87 do pfd 91" North American 99 Northern Pacific '.'."21617 Pacific Mail. S. S Pen. R. R 137 Peoples Gas i)ili Pressed S. C '.'. 51 do pfd 97 Pullman Palace Car 7 236 Reading- do 1st pfd si do 2d nfd 96 Rep. I. & Steel j 28 do pfd 1194 Rock Island i 26 D do pfd 66 Southern R'way Com 40 do pfd 101 Southern Pacific 66 do pfd 11755 St. L. & San Fran. 2d pfd... 46 St. L. & Southwestern 23 do pfd 54 Third Avenue 13 9 " Texas & Pacific 33 Union Bag & Paper nu do pfd 7714 Union Pacific '....152 do pfd 95 do convert 4 p c bds.. 153 . U. S. Express 117 U. S. Rubber . ., 53 do 1st pfd 113 U. S. Steel 39,4. do pfd 105 do sink, fund 5 p c bds 9S Virginia-Carolina Chem. .. 50 Wabash 23 do pfd 51 Wells-Fargo Express ....230 Wcstinghouse Electrical .161 Wheeling: & Lake Erie ... 18 do 2d pfd 25 Wisconsin Central , 25 do pfd , 55 " 138 265 93 102 110 98 83 133 6S 172 215 57 145 21 77 174 184 225 79 185 14 33 lOOz 61 33 145' 203 445 S7 42 77 16 115 95 170 21 , 84 31 83 38 150 158 114 24 35 71 96 79 146' 68 202 50 88 93 100 216 44 138 95 98 240 127 91 98 29, 99 26 66 40 101 6! 117 40 24 56 134 34 11 7S 152 95 153 125 63 113 39 105 98 50 23 51 240 165 19 26 26 50 Contollilnted Stock Rxelinnge. Reported over private wlr by W. . Smith A Co., 71 Broadway, N. T.i NfW Haven offlcti B40 Chapel street. Nor man A. Tannftr. Manager. Open. High. Low. Lat. Amal. Copper .103 Am. Car 40 Am. Loco 67 105 103 105 41 40 41 69 67 68 -K Am. Sniel. .153 155 153" 155 A. T. & S. Fe... 91 93 91 93i; B. & 0 109 Hklyn R. T S2 Canada Pacific 170 c. & at. w 21 C. M. & St. P. ..173 C. R. I. & P. ... 26 C. F. ti Iron.... 59 Krie 41 110 109 110 83 82 83 172 170 172 21 20 20 174 173 174 2(5 26 26 61 f.9 61 42 41 42 151' 150 150 24 24 24 35 35 35 Ixiuis. & Nash. .150 Mex. Central M. K. & T. .. 24 35 Mo. Pacific 94 96 94 96 N. Y. Central ..145 146 145 146 Pen .136 137 136 137 Peo. Gas Reading- .. . Rep. iStcl .... Southern Pao, Southern Ry. Tex. Paclfio Union Pacific tin aii 125 127 125 127 28 28 28 28 , 65 66 65 66 . 40 40 40 40 33 33 33 33 ...151 152 151 152 39 39 39 39 V, U. S. Steel V. S. Steel .105 105 105 1064 Sales 97,880. Chicago Market. Reported over private -wire y W, a Smith Sc Co., 71 Broaflway, N. T Nw Havon office, 24 Center Street, I.-or. man A. Tanner. Manager. Chicago, March S. Opea. Hlgli. low. Close. Wheat May. .. July. . Corn May. ., July. .. Oats May. . . July. .. 78 79 78 78 77 78 77 44 44 30 29 . 44 41 44 44 44 44 30 29 30 29 30 29 Cotton Market. Reported by Dick Bros. & Co., mem bers of New York Stock and Cotton Exchanges. Branch office, 83 Center New York, March 20. Street: High Low Last March 1057 May 1078 . June 1077 July 1087 August 1079 September 1040 October 1033 1035 1038 1050 1045 1069 1036 1000 1035 1054 1062 1012 Government Bonds. Bid. Asked. 2s, reg., 1930 . 2s, Ccvp., 1930 . Ss, reg.. 190S... 3s, ctup., 1908 . 3s, small bonds 4s, reg., 1907 .., 4s, coup., 1907 . .103 103 103 103 .102 103 .102 103 .102 Z .103 104 .103 104 .129 V. 130U 4s, reg.. 1925 4s, coup. 1025 129 130 C as, u ill) Philippine 4s 108 110 Boston Stock Quotations. Reported over private wire of Horn blower & Weeks, members of New York and Boston Stock Exchanges; Now Haven qflice, 27 Center street. Hlgh.Low.Bid.Asked. Adventure .... Allouez Atlantic Binsrhum Boston Cons . . . Calu. & Hecla. . 38 23 .6S0 38 22 6S0 Centennial Copper Range.. 70'.4 Daly West 11 Franklin 18 Granby 12 14 Isle Royal Mass. Cons. . . . Mohawk North P.ntte. . . Old Dominion.. Osceola Parrot Quiney Shannon Tamarack .... j Trinity I'. ,S. Mining. . . I I'tah Cons j Uuitcd Copper. 30 57 61 Vi 66' 6 C'i 3714 3S 3. 21 'i 21! 4. 37 38 j t 23 1,- lis J. 6S0 ' I 24 25 . 79 U 7:. 14 SO 14 14 15 18 18 1931 12k 12 12 f 2 1 34 2 21i f 9 9 ! 58 57 58 59 ! 81 79 81 82 ;T 45 45 44 45 10014 100 100 101 T 38 36U X 90 90 90 92' if 1014 1014 0 ' i 5fi 50 V, 6i3i X til bl-s 0134 , a 6S u I THE YALE NATIONAL BANK OF NEW HAVEN. The young man just starting in business life should have a bank account. 'T will help him save his money. Small accounts' invited We offer subject to sale: $25,000 Michigan State 50,000 Birmingham Ry. Lt. & Power Gen. Ref.4 12 4.65 20,000 Union El. Lt. & Power 5's (of St. Louis), 4.70 30,000 Milwaukee El. Ry.& Lt. Co.Ref. 412 4.40 100,000 Ontario Transmission Co. 1st 5's (of Niagara Falls, Canada), 5. F. S. Butterivorth & Co., Exchange Building. Telephones 3100-3101. HORNBLOWER & WEEKS Members of New York and Boston Stock Exchanges No. 53 Stnie Street, BOSTON New Haven Office, 27 Center Street. Telephone IM2 FRANK D. WETMORE, Manager. INVESTMENT SECURITIES NETTING 4 TO 5. Wolverine 135 137 Am. Ag. Chem. . 27 29 do pfd 96 96 97 Am. Telephone.. 137 136 136 137 Swift & Co 107 107 107 107 United Shoe.... 83 83 83 84 do pfd 30 31 United Fruit... 108 108 108 109 Dick Bros. 4 Co. STOCKS COTTON BONDS GRAIN Hankers and Brokers, SO BItOAD ST., NEW YORK, MEMBTCRSl NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE, NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE. NEW YORK COFFEE EXCHANGE, NEW ORLEANS COTTON EXCHANGE, PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. LIVERPOOL COTTON ASSOCIATION. EDW. B. EAMES, Mgr. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 33 CENTER STREET. KiTA BUSHED 1970L W.B.Smith4Co. Stock & Grain Brokers 71 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, llembers N. Y. Con. Stock Escnaageb Chicago Boarl of Trade. NEW HAVEN OFFlCBi 24 Center Street. NORMAN A. TANNER, Kgt. Stocks, Bonds, Grain nod Cottoa bought nod sold for cash or carried oq margin, t'rlvate wire connecting oar oUIre with Kerr York. TKLKI'HONUl 104& THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 276 State St., Opp. Wooster St. With ample resources and complete equipment, adhering to conservative but modern methods In banking. INVITE the accounts of flrniB, corpora tions and Individuals. OFFICERS: H. C. WARREN, L. H. ENGLISH, D. A. ALDEN, H. V. Whipple. President Vice President Cashier. Assistant Cashier. H. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS Dealers in Investment Securities. 108 ORANGE STREET. 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MINING ISSUED riAll V All the news of the mines and the min ing market Sample copies free on re puest. TONOPAH GOLDFIELD BULLFROG are featured In this service. CATLIN & POWELL CO., 35 Wall St., New YorK. INVESTMENTS. Merlden Horse n. H. Co. B'a. Norwich Street Railway Co. (!' Mldflletnivn Horso H. R. Co. 5's, Connecticut Kuilvray & Lighting Co. 4Vs's Consolidated Railway Co. 4's. IVew Haven Wnter Co. Conv. 4s. N. Y, N. H. A H. R. R. Co. Conv. 3W. New Haven Water Co. Stock. So. JT. E. Telephone Co. Stock. C. E. Thompson & Sons 810 Chapel Street. "A soft answer turneth away wrath sometimes," remarked the observer of events and things, "but it doesn't make any difference how soft the answer Is, it doesn't have the effect if the answer happens to be: 'Line's busy!' " Yon kers Statesman. "Mickey, wot's a philant'ropist?" "Well, it's like this: If I wuz to swipe a quarter from ye when ye wasn't look in' and den offer to give ye a dime If ye'd promise to buy a toot' brush wit it, I'd be one of them things." Life. INSURANCE THAT INSURES. Norths Agency has been selling Insurance in New Haven for over Fifty Years. Our best friends are those with whom we have ad justea losses, during that period. Moral INSURE WITH NORTH office ist Build ing North of Post Office The Onion Trust Go SBW. HAVEIf. uw..vuv Tiu nuiuunty 10 act as kxeoutor, Administrator, Guardian, Re- u, iiusieo, unaer will or deed. tJi! i5gal depository of money paid Into Cn,irf nnA- n- Acts as Trustee for Municipalities, Cor- r-.v.uua miu iHUlVlUUltlH. Finn flrm n. isters trimta n oil nmua, iiiipuwerea . .va.oiim ui bluckb, Donas or other evidence of indebtedness, manage QlM IT 1 y fir f imln 11 1. , - ... , B,i j ' "iu uu au Business such as usually done by trust companies. , gguojm uanKinfr DUS- a - j i -"ot nuLtJH, cuupons. u..u iCLcivwucpuHiiH. rne principal of each trust is invested by itself and kept 3fatnfa ?PLlrom the general frTLi X mutiny. Thia Company is by law regularly ex- j uic u.iiin. examiner 01 me oldie ul Connecticut. ItKIVRY Ii. HOTCHKISS. President EUGEJYE S. BRISTOL, Treasurer. Niagara Light, Heat and Power Company OI Toaawanda and North TonamamJa, N IT - Suburbs tt Buffalo, N. T. tt Mtere. B per cent BonA. Ana Stm epeoial circular on application. JAIESH. PARISH & 00 Succeedlns ICewtoa PaH.h, INVESTMENT BANKERS, M Uraug. stccct. Maw Haven, Csaa. BRANCH OFFICE! . BANKERS AND BROKERS, 67 Diondway, New York. MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchanr? Bonds and nought and sold on coiumUalon tot cnnh 01 carried ea marslnf also Cotton, Grain and Provision. Investment- Securities A hPECIALTr. New BaTen Branca. 39 nnd 81 Center St The equipment of the T i 96 Orange St. is especially arranged for handling mercantile and personal accounts. CAPITAl. 300,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS (285,000.00 ORGANIZED 1$55. Stocks and Bonds for Sale N. H. County Bonk. South. New Eng-luml Telephone. Consolidated Railway 4's. Conn. R'way & Light 4's N. II. & Derby R. R. 5s. Housatontc R. H. B's. Winchester Ave. R R. B's. New Mil tor il Power B's, 1932. N. Y., N. H. H. R. R. 3's, 1054. American Light & Traction 6 per cent. Stock. Amer. Tel. & Cable 8 per cent stock to net 5 per cent. KISVS8ERLY, BOOT I DAY. Prlvato Wlr N. T. and Boston. fEW HAVEN County National Bank: j 317 state stree1, StTABLlSHBD ISM. Capital, . . $350,000 Surplus and Profits, $350,000 folk McLellan h Co., Stocks THIS BANK OFFERS TO DE POSITORS EVERT FACIL ITY FOB BUSINESS AND INVITES THE ACCOUNTS OF CORPORA TIONS, FIRMS, AND INDIVID UALS. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, Frlfleac. HORATIO G. REDFIELD, Caauler. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, - .. ABSt, CBtiiBi, HYPERION TO-NIGHT Henr? W. Savage offers ' , GEOHGK ADE'S COLLEGE WIDOW Seats now selling. ' THURSDAY NIGHT, March 22, OSCAR L. FIGMAN and RUTH WHITE In the Operatic Comedy Triumph THE TENDERFOOT Richard's Carle's Masterpiece With n mrtTF Ctnn.tr. r . I. m Prices, 2dc, 50c, 75c, $1.00, J1.60. ocuia now selling. SATURDAY NIGHT, March 24, Matinee and Night, (Wni. A. Brady's Special Production, Way Down East." Prices, Matinee, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c - Night, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00.. -Seat sale Thursday, 9 a. m. MONDAl, TUESDAY, - WEDNESDAY, mtlicil 13, zu, 21, Matinee Wednesday, A. H. Woods presents the Actor-Magi, cian, CHARLES T, ALDRICH . In the latest Melodramatio Success Secret Senloe Sam, The man with forty faces. POM'S NEW THEATRE. ALL THE WEEK. 3 FEATURE DILL 3 GRACE CAMERON KITTIE TRAULY, 8 JACKSON FAMILY 8 6 DIXIE SERENADERS 6 . Poll Popular Prices BIJOU THEATRE, S. poll. pon' ENTIRE WEEK OF MARCH -19th Vill present the play that will llvfl x'ji ever "EAST LYNNS" Poll Tniiiiitr Tk1a ta . . oV.ni ,,i,cc51) ly cents. Seals for evfntno- DhAr. nn ' . In advance. Box off 3 openg r.t I a, m, Telephone 3090. r NEW YORI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. WOOLSEY HALL, , March 21, 8:15 p. m. WALTER DAMROSCII, Conductor. , JOSEF LHEVI3VXE, Soloist ' Tickets, BOc, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00. On sala vvooisey him. Mar. 17 at 10 a. m Mail Orders to Everard Thit..n. Manager, 215 Crown street. Phone 12 1 6. onds and Stocks, f Guilford Water Co. 5'g. . IfM.liInn L' . . ..--"I ... . . ... .... u .-ii 1 11 11 1 1 ;i y o-g, w - Norwich' Street Railway 5'a, Brldu-eiiort Traction 5's. Houxatoiilc R. li. a'. , Uuited llliimiiiiitiiiK 4'a. N. II. Water Co. 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"Sometimes," said Uncle Eben, "It 'pears to me like a reformer was on o deshere people dat has to talk two hours an' a half to 'spress one o' de ten com mandments. An' dar warn' t no dispute 'bout flat in de firs' place." Washing ton Star.