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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONUAY AUGUST 27, 906
J .gpte fomratl ami mxxlzt Monday, August 27, 1006 DELIVEEED BT CARBIEUS W TUB CITT. IS CENTS Jl WEES, 60 CENT A UOHm, J3 FOR BIZ MONTHS. W A IEAO. THE SAMS TEEM 3 BX UAIU B1N.JLB COPIES. 2 CENTS. If ,ju are going away, tor sbort or liengfrerlod, the Journal and Courier 9111 1m tent to you by mall without tartr charge. Tha addreB may bo fbangad as often aa desired. STOCK MARKET FEATURES AyOXBER DAY OF PEUSISTENT BULLISHNESS. 'And NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAT. I3os's Crackers Grocers'. 3 (Baseball Savin Rock Grounds. 7 Covert Coats Howe & Stetson Co. 2 Mucatlonal Miss Johnstone s School. 5 6 7 pst. R. MeHugh Probate Notice. ibntertainments N. H. Theater, financial The N. H. Trust Co. Liquid Veneer Brown & Durham. iNew Suitings Chas. Monson Co. Mew Rugs Gamble-Desmond Co. Peaches S. S. Adams, gteamers American Line. Hours Recreation Tourist Co. Waists Hamilton & Co. Wholesale Tailoring Hlrsh Stores. (Wanted Boys 60 Court Street. (Wanted Dressmaking S. S. ESVanted Nurse Nurse, this office. WEATHER RECORD. Washington. T. C, August 26, ? p. m. Forecast for Monday and Tuesday For New Enerland and Eastern New York: Rain. Monday; Tuesday fair and (cooler, brisk south shifting to north west winds. Local Weather Report. New Haven, August 26. a. m. Ueuiuerature Wind IHrectioa.... p. m. tit Wind Veiociiv 8 Precipitation n" VHther Cioudjr 11 In. Temoerature ' JlKX. ifmperature.... 81 ,; I tb M. TARR. Local Forecaster, f- " U. S. Weather Bureau. It B 6 .ntt Pt r-'oudir I Brief Mention. j High water to-day, 4:04 a. m. ' Bcrfbner'a for September at The ' pease, Lewis Co.'s; also the Illustrated Out Dood News. The monthly meeting Of .the manag tere of the New Haven Orphan asylum (will be held at the asylum, 610 Elm fetreet, on Thursday morning of this ' week, August 80, at 10:15 o'clock. The members of Naomi lodge, No. 1, fwl'll hold a basket picnic at Sister (Graham's, Mansfield Grove, September 6. Leave the green at 10 a. m. Bring ftlong your flshpoles and have a good Wme. Two new bowling alleys are to be (built In place, of the old ones at the ir. R. T. M. C. A. The contract has Ihfiftn let and' the date for the finish is September 15. The alleys are to be the tBrunswick-BaIke-4Callender alleys. (Allen I. Seaman of 218 Cedar street, , -rhA wnnt to the Philippine Islands na chief machinist on the flagship Gla cier, towing the dry dock Dewey, has been stationed at the naval fetation at Cavite, V. I., as chief repairing officer f the torpedo fleet, which is held in reserve there. 'Internal Ttevenue Collector F. W, Orr and County Commissioner Jacob m Walter went to Waterbury Satur flay and attended the outing of the Bcovlll Republican club of that city. C. E. Johnson, proprietor of the Uni versity garage, left this city on Fri day, accompanied by W. F. Gilbert the well known coa'l man, for a four ' days' auto trip along the Hudson riv er. i . The West Haven republican town Caucus has been called for Friday night in the town hall. The only fight cn as far as is known, is for the nom ination for sheriff and Dunham and Walter are said to have good support, Smoke from an ash bin containing live coals caused the ringing of two 1 i alarms of fire at 11 o clock Saturday forenoon. The Maze was In the rear of the 'Baldwin residence on Baldwin. place and did no damage. ONCE MORE. tTown Meeting in Hamdeu Wednesday Night. Another town meeting has been called In Hamden to settle the controversy over the erection of a new school in the Dunbar district. It is set for next Wednesday night and is called upon a petition of citizens of the affected dis trict to rescind the vote, passed July 17, (ordering the school bunt upon the Vina Warner site. , h ANNUAL OUTING. 1 The Nottingham association held Its bnnual outing yesterday at Miller' Grove, Westville, and was attended by labout 150 people. The usual good cheer was present on this occasion, and dur Ing the afternoon a sumptuous banquet mas served under the shade of the big trees, which was much enjoyed, The Ifeast was a veritable shore dinner, and the caterer was voted thanks for his ef forts. It was late in the evening when the happy visitors wended their way fcack to the city. aNOTHBIR POPULAR EXCURSION ! TO MT. TOM. See "ad." in to-day's issue regard ing the popular excursion to Mount Tomon Wednesday next. This is one of the most delightful and interesting trips offered this season, and Judging from the large advance sale of tickets Ithe people in this vicinity fully appre ciate the opportunity of visiting this beautiful resort. f" EXHIBITION AT OLD LYME. ' The fifth annual exhibition of pic tures painted in Old Lyme and the sur rounding towns by celebrated artists will toe held in the Old Lyme library cn August 30, 31 and September 1, 3 and H, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. If the Tlnby Is Cutting Teeth, be. sure ana use mat om una wen tnen remcdv, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothes the child softens the gums, allays all pain, euros jwind colic and is the best remedy for Biarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Another Ball Week Expected ( Prosperity Everywhere More In , crease of Dividends and More Gold to Come Opinions In Wall Street New I Haven Road's Big Earnings Pros perity of Blnghnm New Haven Com pany. Saturday's bullishness, despite the bank statement, which, however, was better than expected, gave the bears another bad hour. More bullishness is on the cards for this week, and probably some or me low-priced stocks will be moved up in price. More gold Imports are expected to help the still rising tide of bullishness, and also help to tide over the strin gency in the mony market. The bull market of 1900-01 occurred at a time when bank deposits should have been much higher, and bank loans lower, relatively, than they are at the begin ning of a crop-moving period. Yet, from November, 1900, to March, 1901, there was an expansion in loans of nearly $135,000,000. This was the. con tribution of the banks to the credit of the market. The talk of higher dividends where they can be paid is not Idle gossip. It inspired by the very men wno are responsible for the policy of companies booked" to enjoy ereater advantages. Higher dividends are a necessity at the (present time for the malpulators. The public is turning from real es tate, which has absorbed the bulk ot the capital which usually comes to Wall street, and may again be a factor In the market. Certainly stock ex change houses have, within ten days, multiplied the number of their ac counts with new customers. United States Steel common went down instead of up when it was placed on a 2 per cent. Dasis. n i umj mo prospect of a 4 per cent, rate later on that booms It. But the larger dividends on stocKS will be a strain on the companies when duller times come. Some of the Wall street opinions are as follows: F. J. Llsman. of E J. Llsman & Co., who has just returned from ku rone. savs: Undoubtedly a good deal of money, has been made recently by the rise in Union Pacific ana soutnern Pacific stocks, as they have been rath er favorites with foreign operators. My impression is that there nas Deen a large profit taking for foreign ac count In these stocks. William R. Cross, of Redmond & Co.: We feel that the prices of Investment securities are a,t present very attract- j ivft. - " Richard Sutro, of Sutro Brothers & Co.: As long as the present conditions exist in this country there is renlly no reason why we should not have a strong stock market, barring accidents. Charles G. Smith, of enaries oaies & Co.: Prevailing conditions tnrougn out the country are magnificent. With these conditions we can see out one side of the market, barring, of conrse, money conditions. We do not, however, expect a runaway mantel, ana are quite in favor of taking pronts on tne extremely high prices with the view of buying back on good reactions. Sidney W. Curtis of Curtis & ko- mnine. With monetary reuer, eitner from gold imports of from the treas ury there is room for a lurtner uu campaign. John O. O'Keeffe, of H. u. worion & Co.: Heavy profit-taking continues, but all-offerings are well absorbed and prices remain firm. The market does not act as if the advance naa culmin ated. J. S. Baohe & Co.: Although the market looks rather tired at the mo ment, an increase in activity is notice able every time the marnet advances, which seems to us to indicate higher prices later on. Prince & "Whttely: The public shows more Inclination to become interested in meritorious properties, and the mar ket is getting broader, with sentiment optimistic. The future certainly prom ises well' for prosperity in ' every di rection, and on the whole present fa vorable conditions were scarcely equal led. A Boston dispatch says that several shares of the National Steel and Wire comnanv had been sold for $2o per share, which is a drop of $20 over the previous sale. Tne swck, wmcn is 7 ner cent, one, has a par value of $100. It has two dividends amounting to a total of 2 1-2 per cent, declared on it, but no date set for payment. From advance information of the coming annual report of the New Ha ven road it is learned that the compa ny will show the payment of the reg ular 8 per cent, dividend on the $83, 377,000 of capital stock, and a surplus account of some $5,000,000 more. It Is also ascertained that the company real ly earned 14 per cent, upon the capital dur ne the cast tiseai year, n took about $6,600,000 for dividend re miiwments this year, which is the largest sum ever credited to that ac count. The various refunding plans of the bond issues brought the capital stock up to a higher figure than ever before, but the dividend requirement was more than met. ' . People in New Haven and vicinity are Interested In a dividend declared by the Bingham-New Haven Cop per company, located at Bingnam, TTtnh. and controlled entirely by New Haven men. The officers of the com pany are L. E. Stoddard, president; E. B. Critchlow, of Salt Lake City, vice president, and T. W. Farnham of New Haven, secretary ana treasurer, me mines owned by the company have been under development three or four vears. and have been so productive that the net profits have enabled the company to retire Its outstanding bonds, amounting to about $100,000. leaving a handsome surplus in the treasury in addition to the dividend distribution of some $22,000, or at the rate of 10 per cent, per share on u. 000 shares Issued, out of a total au thorized capital of 400,000 shares, of the oar value of $5 per share. The minei of the company adjoin the well-known Highland Buy group of the Utah Con Siilidatpd Minim? comDanv. which for several rears past has pai cash dlvl : : 19th SUBSCRIPTION I SUITS TO (smFh fe . 3m & H Wholesale Tailoring. Fall and Winter to Measure. From a selection of more than thirty styles of fine Medium and Heavyweight Fabrics in all the newest Fall colorings, also the Conservative Mixtures and Black Textures. The Trimmings and Workman ship will be of an unusually high order better than ever. AT A Don't Miss It. 19th . Subscription Opens To-day, Closes Friday, Sept. 7. The Eany tsird Picks the Bast, Last March we stated that it was oar last subscription at $12.50 -the price maintained for more than five years. But the great rise in woolens forced us to either lower the standard of the fabrics or advance the price. We raised the price in the May subscription to $13 55. but having made exceptionally fortunate purchases; of woolens and our New York tailor shops having a gap open for extra worx eirly in September, vye have de cided to give you the benefit of these conditions hence the price $12.93. THE ONLY SUIT EVENT THIS SEASON. As there will be no possibility to duplicate good Suitings at a price later on, there will be no more Suits to measure after this subscription. Don't miss it. 1 If"1 lit BBS Isna HIRSH CHURCH AND CROWN STS. Joseph Hughes, Mgr. New Haven, Conn CHURCH AND CROWN STS. No matter what your height, weight or propor tion, we fit ydu perfectly or the Suit is not yours. You must be perfectly satisfied. (No extra charge for big men $12.90 for everybody.) First selection, of course always the best. Our great Church Street Window shOAs the fabrics. Not open Monday even ings. Suits ready for delivery twenty days from date of order 1 NOTE If you want a good seat at the theatre you have to reserve it in advance. If you want a good seat on the train you have to get 'there earlv If you want a good house you have to make your lease a long time ahead. If you want a good crop you must put in the seeds early. All Good Things require preparation and time, and for that reason we require time to get out a good suit of clothes, made to your measure at $12.90. If you wish to beneht by our onenng anu gee a $25.00 suit OI domes lor aoout one half you will have to take time by the forelock. , ' ... r?nu d.-. wr u V There may be some hot days yet, but the leaves will -fall shortly and then you will want your Fall Suit We could not produce these suits three weeks later and charge less than TEN DOLLARS more. , That's Why This Event Opens So Early. donds of about $900,000 per annum to its stockholders. ' LOCAL HKAICIAL XOl ES. (Continued from Seventh Page.) 'U S. Lea pf, 1 1-2, Oct.1; Sept. 10. I U. S. Steel corp. com, 1, Oct 1; U. S. Steel corp. pr, i a-, -b- uu. Aug. 8. Wei bach, 2, Sept. 1; lAug. i-. Southern Pacific, 2, Oct 1 Police on Banks of Mill Rlvnr Arris Three Boys. Naphtha launches in Mill rivor huve ii.. 1 bsn visited many times recsm;y uy thieves, and some have lost Jiirge amounts of brass. Saturday afternoon Sergeant Klalber and Patrolman llealy and Patrolman Kennedy saw Do n'ntck Sundocket, Mllno Marano ami Joseph E. Esposito row around one of tne launches, and take out twenty-five feet of pipe. The police lined both sld? or the river, and when the young men made an attempt to escape they were captured. HILL AND ODELL-. TOOK PTPH FROM LAUN'CH. STREET FENCE REMOVED. on Order Regarding Obstruction Sachotn Street. The fence erected Jointly by J. F. Carr and John W. , Ailing across Sachem street on the Winchester avenue street line to stop foot travel in that street has been removed on the recommenda tion of the commissioner of public works. , Those who want to take a shorter route to their homes vlq. Sachem street will in the future have to scale the fence erected by the railroad company, us it is or. the property of the railroad ccmpany. New York Political Celebrities Make a Temporary Stop at New London. Ex-Governor B. B. Odell, jr., and ex- Governor David B. Hill, who are still on. opposite sides of the political fence, both happened to be in New London at the same time Saturday. Neither would talk about the political situation in their states. Hill i'J an early man to retire to his bed, ard Odell, although he stayed up later tl an Hill, wouldn't talk politics, Both claimed their visits were of no political significance. BEHR OF YALE ON TOP. . Newport, R. I., Aug. 25. Itt was hard and greulllng lawn tennis that experts played to-day in the matches or tne na tional championship for the coveted semi-final round brackets. The winners wero J. D. E. Jones, William j. Clo thier. Carl H. Bohr, jr., and Raymond D. Little. This is the quartette that remains. cut of the big fteld of 117 men who staited in the matches Monday. BOSTON GIRL BECOMES BARON ESS. Magnolla,Mass., Aug. 26,-Miss Emily Sargent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Saruent of Boston, was mar ried at noon yesterday to Baron Lud wig Knoop of Schloss-Muhlenthal, Germany. The wedding ceremony was perform ed by iRev. N; M. Stackpole at the Sargent summer home on tne norm shore. Baron Knoop and his bride will spend the winter in England, after which they will resldee in Schloss-Muhlenthal. . . CALIFORNIA $50. The Lehigh Valley railroad announces that from September 14 to October 30 it will sell tickets New York to San Fran cisco, Los Angeles, Sail Diego, Port land. Seattle, etc., at rate $50. Berth in standard Pullman for the night out to Chicago, and in Pullman tourist car through from Chicago to Pacific coast, $9. Two can occupy one berth without additional cost. Full particulars by addressing A. J. Simm s, O. E. P. A 1460 Broadway, New York. A HOT DAY DAINTY, We want you to try SHUTS & MERCHANTS' SUPERIOR! F LAKELETS, The new Codfish Dainty, put up in Vacuum Top Glass Jars. Ask to see Flakolots the next time you are in the stora. ' . 15c Jar. WORKINGMEN'S CLUB. Met Yesterday to Consider Plans for Campaign. A meeting of the Worklngmen's club was held yesterday to perfect plans for the political campaign to be carried on by workingmen in the coming state election. Preceding the meeting a meet ing of the committee appointed by the Trades council and the committee of ten appointed by the club on Friday night was held to perfect plans for the work at the primaries to be held to morrow, , REV. MR. PERRY Officiated at Pine Orchard Chapel Yes terday. At the Pine Orchard chapel yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock a service of even ing prayer was conducted by Kev. James Do Wolf Perry, jr., rector of St. Paul's church, this city. Mrs. Nora Russell Haesche sang a solo and also the offertory, for which Professor WiV Ham E. Haesche flayed a violin oUl-gato. ARTIST LOCATES HERE. Frederick C. Rock, formerly of Meri den, who graduated with high honors from the Yale Art school as a. portrait artist last June, has gone into1 business in New Haven as an advertising de signer. Mr. Bock is well known here ! 17 : v J fi r wBranW band accompanied the mer .Km - college. BRANFORDHmS' PICNIC. The M. T. F. enmnany, of Branford I shut down Saturday on account ot the annual n on e of Norden, m sick benefit society, which was held at Double Beach in the afternoon I In the Market This Week, SALT MACKEREL, all sizes, 10 to 30 cents. SWORD-FISH, SNAPPER BLUES, FRESH PRAWN, HALIBUT, BLACK FISH. Wm, H.Wilson & Son. 24 Congress Avsnue. Two 'Phones Two 'Phones and Crockery-Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Fancy Plates, Dishes, Doulton Ware, Bric-a-Brac, Lamps, etc. , The largest, richest and finest goods ever exhib ited in this State. Call and see for yourself. A. F. WYLIE, tecessor to John Bright & Co. 821 Chapel Street. The Chatfleld Paper Co. stft9 Most Comp lete Line of leper and Twine in State. M 1 Every LadyV Dressing Chamber should be equipped with a dainty, snow-white, one-piece "SWAwrf' Porcelain Enameled Laratory. Have yon ever stopped to cansww how delightinlly convenient v. wouiu j be to havchot and cold irunnin water Ea your dressing chamber, 'sleeping apartment or first-floor toilet room? Its presence would afiord you the highest degree of comfort. We will gladly quote you- prices. Our plumbers are strictly competent mechanics, honest and reliable. J. C. CRONAN & CO., 6 Church St. The rymakers and the festivities were con tinued in the dancing pavilion in the evening. WALLIN1GFORD DEFEATS YALES VILLB. Despite the fact that three of their best players did nt play because of baseball team defeated the Yalesvilla left for a two weeks' vacation at his team Saturday afternoon by the score fishing camp in Canada. vnn Air of 7 to 6. The Yalesvllle team was Nettleton went his wife, daughters and strenglitened by three Meriden players. . Miss Korcross, his bWcc I.F.FT FOR OUTING IN CANADA. Charles H. Nettleton, president of the , v TT:iven r,:i T.isht company, nas fSpMi WE SHOW THE SIZE j -i YOU TRY THE QUALITY. For Sale Everywhere. -fry. num. ..'