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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOUZiNAL AND COURIER, SAT17HDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1906
7 799 Chape! ft. Your savings here are safe, available and working for vou tvventv-four hours a dav at tht rat nf Your checking account profit. A FISHING PARTY. A fishing party, composed of John E. Bassett of the Gun Store and sev eral friends, sailed out of the harbor Thursday morning, prepared to capture the little 'blues. They visited . aeveral well-known places during the day, and were rewarded with some fine sport. During the afternoon the launch was headed for Stratford, where a landing was made and refreshments served, after which the happy one headed for home.' The passage back was some- j what rough,' and the party more than, once received a' salt water bath, but j they arrived safe, and yesterday were ; looking much ' better for their day's outing. I Movement of Stocks Reflects Mixed Sen timent In Speculation. New York, Sept. 7. Price move ments of stocks to-day reflected a mix ed sentiment In the specula'tion and one liable to alterations during the day. 'A chilling effect upon the confi dence of speculative expectations of obtaining abundant means from the government for the money market was caused toy Secretary Shaw's circular to national bank depositories warning them against putting out government deposits in their custody In loans at high rates of interest. The access to accounts of national banks and the control of- their conduct exercised by the treasury department through the comptroller's office are believed to offer a medium through which the head of the department will be able to en force his injunction, or to know whether they have been observed, ac cording to opinions expressed In the Wall street district and among bank ers. That a general enforcement of the rule laid, down by the secretary would greatly pinch the resources now employed in sustaining the speculation In stocks is clear. The possible results to follow from the inferences thus sug gested were not relished by holders of stocks on margin with borrowed mon ey and some speculative liquidation was caused., The day's sub-treasury statement snowed a small part of the earlier takings of that Institution re stored to the. banks but the ioss for the week on that account still stood at 424,000, .while estimates by the ibanks are of loss of cash to the Interior on the direct express movement of rath er more than the sub-treasury with, drawals. A decline In cash reserves of $10,000,000 with last week's surplus be low 53,000,000 had a restraining influ ence on 'speculation dependent upon a continuance of large credit extension. Money on call, on the other hand, showed some relaxation and did not get as high as yesterday and time loans were quoted easier. Estimates of engagements in London point to an amount reaching $10,000,000 or upward. An' approaching requirement for cash, which has hot yet received public at tention yet Is the necessity of the New York Trust companies to Increase their cash reserves from 3 per cent, of de posits, which became obligatory on July to 4 per cent, on deposits on October . The additional amount called for on the present showing of trust company deposits will be about $10,000,000. New Tfork Central to-day enjoyed an ad vantage from its good August earnings. The break In Union Bag and Paper was on the intended reduction in the divi dend on' the preferred stock. Running tiff in the call loan rate cause an irreg ular rally late in the day, but It did not bold and the market closed easy and near the lowest. Bonds were steady. Total sales, par value, $1,734,000. United. States bonds were unchanged on call. - Cloning Prices. The following are the closing prices reported by Prince & Whltely, Bankers and Brokers, 25 Broadway, New York, und 15 Center street, New Haven. Bid Asked Adams Express 275" 310 Amal Copper 111 111 Am. Car 40 40 do pfd ...101 102 Am. Cotton Oil 31 32 do pfd 90 93 'Am. Express 255 262 Am. Ice Securities 83 83 Am. Linseed 20 20 do pfd .... 41 43 Am. Locomotlev 71 71 do. pfd 112 1!3 Am. Smelting 152 152 do pfd 116 116 Am. Sugar 136 137 do pfd- 135 140 Am. Woolen 36 36 Anaconda Copper 278 279 Atch. Top & Santa Fe 107 108 do pM 100 100 Atlantic Coast Line 142 143 Baltimore &Ohlo 130' 132 do pfd 92 93 Hklyn. ft. T 80 80 Hklyn. U. G. 115 130 Brunswick 15 16 Canada Southern 64 66 Canadian Pacific 177 177 Central Leather 38 38 do pfd 102 102 Ches &Ohio 63 63 Chicago & E. Illinois pfd .. 15 Chicago & Gt. Western ... IS 18 do A pfd 76 77 Chi. Mil & St. Paul 179 179 do pfd 196 197 C. & Northwestern 212 213 C. R. I. & P. C. 4 p c bds.. 77 77 C. St.. P. M. & Omaha ISO 1S5 Chi. Term. Trans 12 14 do pfd 27 31 C C. C. & St, L 93 95 Col. Fuel &Iron ......... 56 56 Colorado Southern 36 87 Con. Gas 139 140 Delaware & Hudson 216 218 Del. Lack & Western 605 540 Den. & Rio Grande pfd 8514 86 Distillers Sec Corn 61 62 Erie 46 46 do 1st. pfd 77 78 do 2d pfd 70 72 Gen. Electric 166 168 Gt. Northern pfd 337 887 Hocking Valley 11S 127 do pfd 94 95 111. Central 173 174 Inter. Metropolitan 39 39 International Paper 18 19 do pfd 83 ii static MM ii may also be made to show a Iowa Central ss K. C. Ft. S. & M. pfd 79 Kan City Southern 28 do pfd sou Louisville & Nashville ..V.'l48 Manhattan Elevated ... 146 Mexican Central " 20 Mo. Kan & Texas ' w do pfd '" 70 Missouri Pacific !" 9714 National Biscuit ' (57 National Lead " N. Y. Air Brake .143 N. Y. C. & Hudson 144 w n. y. chi. &st. l. "J V Western 50 Nor. & Western as 7! 30 80 28 58 14 149 21 36 71 97 67 77 145 144 69 198 50 9314 91 : 92 21(5 39 142 9014 54 98 251 142 33 101 27 78 61. 38 99 91 Vi 118 62 161 127 35 32 52 115 5 60 192 137 77 4714 108 4614 107 9S 39 20 45 300 9114 156 19 25 25 25 51 An fA .... w 78 ... 90 ... 02H ....21614 ... 38 ...141V4 ... 90 ... 53 54 ... !6's ...249 North American ... Northern Pacific . . . Pacific Mail Pcnn. R .R Peoples Gas Pressed Steel Car . , do pfd Pullman Palace Car Reading ...142 Rep. Iron &Steel .' 3314 Rock Island , 27 i Sloss Shieffield 77U do pfd 65 Southern Ry. Com Z1 do pfd 89 Southern Pacific 9114 do pfd iig St. L. & Southwestern pfd. 61 T. Conl & Iron 158 Third Avenue 125 Texas &Paciflc 3514 Tol. St. L & Western 3214 do pfd fiiu Twin City R. T 114 Union Bag & Paper 514 do pfd 54 Union Pacific li)2'a U. S. Express 133' U. S. Realty & Improv. ... 74 U. S. Rubber 47 do 1st pfd 107 IT. S. Steel 48 4 do pfd 107 do sink fd 5 p c bds. . . 98 yir-Carolina Chem 38 Wabash . . 19 do pfd 44 Well-Fargo Express 290 Western Union 91 Westlnghousc Electrical ..150 ' Wheeling & Lake Erie .... 18 do 2d pfd 24 Wis. Central 24 Wis. Central 24 do pfd 51 Boston Stock Quotation. Reported over private wires of Horn blower & Weeks, members of New York and Boston Stock . Exchanges, New Haven office, 27 Center street. High Low Bid Asked Adventure . Arcadian . Atlantic . ... Bingham . . . Bostons Cons. Cal & Hecta , Cent. .: Cop. Range .. Daly West .. Franklin .. .. Greene , slle Royal ... Mass Cons. , . Mahawk . . . Nev. Cons . . . North Butte , Old Dominion Osceola . ... Parrot Qulncy Shannon .. .. Tamarack .. Trinty II. 8. Mining X'tah Cons. . . Un. Copper . . Wolverine . . Am. T. & T. . Swift &Co. . Un. Shoe .... do pfd Un. Fruit ... New Haven . Mans Gas Cumb & Ely Black 6 '614 3 S 3 1314 14 31 31 . 32 29 29 29 730 730 24 24 24V4 76 76 77 17 16 17 20 21 21 25 . 19 20 8 8 8 '60 61 18 18 M 94 94 . 94 41 42 115 115 115 26 25 25 89 89 90 8-9 9 98 ino 94, 10 10 60 60 60 61 60 61 63 63 158 159 160 136 138 138 109 107 108 80 81 30 79 30 109 109 195 58 68 68 : 0 10 - -8 8 . 3 '. 82 . 29 ...730 . 24 7714 . 17 . . 21 : "sir .95 '.1 . 26 . 89 - J. 'll . 61 ' 61 V !l59 .139 101 '. 30 .195H . 6814 Cotton Market. Reported by Dick Bros. & Co. members of New York Stock and Cotton Ex changes. Boston office, No. 33 Center street. New York, Sept. 7 High. Low Last Sept. Oct. , Nov . Dec. Jan . Mar , May , 864 898 907 920 928 941 950 863 884 906 906 913 926 936 884 907 913 936 936 United States Government Bond. Bid. Asked 2s, reg., 1930. ... 2s, coup., 1930. . 3s, reg.. 1908 ... 3s, coup.. 1908 . Ss small bonds ...104 .. .105 ...103 ...103 ...10,1 JI'O V4 105 104 104 10Y 104 132 132 4s, reg., 1907 ....10214 4s coup.,1907 103 43, reg., lUZb 131 4s. coup., 1925 131 D. C. 3s. '65 115 Philippine, 4s 109 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF MECHANICS BANK OF NEW HA VEN, Conn., at the close of business. on the 4th day of September, 1906: ASSETS. ' Loans and discounts $1,140,749.10 Overdrafts 760.99 Stocks and securities 76,100.00 Banking house 15,000.00 Other real estate 20.000.00 Due from other banks, bank ers and trust companies.. 32,456.40 Due from approved reserve agents -236,166.81 United States and National Bank notes 46,181.00 Gold coin 4,400.00 Minor coin 691.85 Checks and other cash Items 4,303.54 Exchanges for clearing house 25,435.80 Dues from Assistant Treas urer U. S. at New York. . . 400.00 Total assets $1,625,243.49 LIABILITIES. Capital stock $ 300,000.00 Surplus fund 40,000.00 Other undivided profits, less current, expenses and tax- - es paid ; 26,176.83 Due to banks, bankers and trust companies 100.300.71 Dividends unpaid 667.80 General deposits 126.96.36.199 Total liabilities $1 625.24549 State of Connecticut, Countv of New Haven, ss., September 6, 1906. I, S. Fred Strong, cashier of the afore said bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement j true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. FRED STP.OXG. , Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 6th day of September, 190? W. PERRY CURTISS, Notary Public. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF NEW HAVEN, in the State of Connecticut, at the close of business, September 4. 1906: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $1,096,364.85 Overdrafts, secured and un- cured 13.77 U. S. Bonds to secure circu lation 600,000.00 U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits 50,000.00 Bonds, securities, etc 677,949.38 tanking house, furniture and fixtures 65,000.00 Other real estate owned 10,000.00 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 78,107.01 Due from State Banks and Bankers 7,175.45 Due from approved reserve agents 251,724.65 Checks and other cash items 6,645.63 Exchanges for clearing house 30,594.23 Notes of other National Banks 6,268.00 Fraction paper currency, nickels and cents 835.11 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz.: Specie $89,661.00 Legal-tender notes 20,000.00 109,661.00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circulation) 25,000.00 Total $2,910,839.08 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 600,000.00 Surplus fund 370,000.00 Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid.... 156,199.81 National Bank notes out standing 490,000.00 Due to other National Banks 8,138.74 Due to State Banks and Bankers 81,542.19 Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks 31,8o7.S0 Duo to approved reserve agents 5,123.66 Dividends unpaid 1,890.00 Individual de posits subject to check $1,219,537.29 Demand certifi cates of de posit 28,321.39 Certified checks 18.728.Z0 United States de- noslts 46,441.80 Deposits of U. S. disbursing of ficers 8,558.15 1,316,586.88 Total $2,910,839.08 State of Connecticut, County of New Haven, ss.: I. Charles A. Sheldon. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tne best of my knowledge and belief. UHAKliUS A. bliliiJuUUlM, Cashier. .Qni-,anrihnrt nnrt Rwnrn to before me. this 7th day of September, 1906. Notary Public. Correct Attest: SAMUEL HEMINGWAY, WINSTON J. TROWBRIDGE, FRED'K F. BREWSTER. Directors. New Haven First Mortgage Real Estate Loans tor bale aAn K np .nt. I S1.ROA K n(r cent. 91,000 5 per cent. I 2.00O 3 per cent. 91,200 B per cent. 92.000 5 per cent. 91,200 5 per cent. I 92,000 5 per cent. 91,300 (i per cent. I 92.300 5 per cent. Ki.400 .1 ncr cent. 92,300 6 per cent. 91.S0O 5 per cent. 92.500 5 per cent. 91.70O o per ceni. mp v i . 9l,noo a per e. 1 r hum 94.UUU o per t, ,11 artinnlnra recrflrdlnff anv loan furnished on application. Lomas & Nettleton, BANKERS AND BHOKFRS. 117 eraser Struct James B. Smith 1HVESTMEHT BONDS 141 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. INVESTMENTS. New Haven Wntcr Co. Stork. Security Inurnnee. Co. Stock. N. Y.. N. II. H. R. R. tonv. 3' Conn. Ry. Lt. Co. 4yj'i. Consolidated Ry. Co. 4'. Int'l Silver Co. Deb. 8's. Berkshire St. Ry. Co. B's. Montville St. Ry. Co. B's. TheChas. W. ScrantonCo. Investment Brokers. , 108 ORANGE STREET. James H. Parish & Co., succeeding NEWTON & PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in Investment Securities 86 Orange Street. HE NATIONAL TRADESMEN BANK Invites attention to Its excellent facilities for the transaction of general banking business and m llclts accounts. DEPOSITS SECURED BY Capital $300,000 Stockholder's Liability. ...$300,000 Burplus Profits ..$300,000 " jaou.oou ' Circular letters of credit In Pounds Sterling, V. & Dollars. Marks and Francs. International Travelers' Checks Available Everywhere. Foreign Exchange. Cable Trans fers. Correspondents Uiroughout the world. Just a Word About the Safety of Your Money. It will bum if touched by fire; will sometimes disappear in a most mysterious manner when hid away in the house or pocket. In a good bank it is always safe. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK, of New Haven. TEMPORARY LOCATION 2S1 State St., Corner of Wvoste SU II fE are prepared to send investors our list of VV bonds and Preferred dividend paying stocks. , They are secured by Gas, tlectric Lighting, Railway and Power Plants serving populations of 40,000 or more. THE properties in each case show substantial values, satisfactory earnings, operate modern, well equipped plants under reasonable f franchises and do a sufficiently large gross business to permit of a proper allowance for depreciation. Our list will be furnished upon application. F. S. ButterWOrth & Co., Brokers, , EXCHANGE BUILDING, TELEPHONES 3100-3101 September 25,000 Norwich & Westerly cent, lionets. Price to 25,000 Danbury and Bethel gage 5 p. c. bonds, Price to net 4.80 Per cent 25,000 Groton & Stonington St.-Ry. Co. First Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds. Price to net Per cent 5,000 New Haven St. Ry. Co. First Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds. Price to net 4. per cent. 5,000 New Haven Sc. Ry. Co. (Edgewood Division) 5 per cent. Bonds. Price to net 4 per cent, 5,000 So. New England Telephone Co. First Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds. Price to net, 4 Per cent. 5,000 Conn. Ry. & Lighting Co. 4 per cent. Bonds. Price to net about 4 Per cent ' ' 4,000 New Haven, West Haven & Winchester Ave. R. R Co. First Mortgage 5 Per cent- Bonds. 3,000 Middletown Horse R.R Co. First Mortgage 5 per t ; cent. Bonds. 2,000 New London Gas Bonds, due 1933. 1,000 Norwich Street Railway Co. First Mortgage 5 per cent Bond. . Southern New England Telephone Co Stock. AH of the above are non-taxable in Connecticut Clarence E. Thompson & Sons, 810 Chapel Street. HORNBLOWER & WEEKS Hmtm ! Haw York no d Boaton Stock BxcfesBea No. 63 State Street, BOSTON New Haven Off fee, 27 Center Street. Triephoao SO FRANK D. WETMORE. Manager. INVESTMENT SECURITIES NETTING 4 TO 5. DICK BROS. & CO. BANKERS AND BROKERS, 30 BROAD ST., NEW YORK. MEMnEHS. Ken York Stock Etetinnise. Philadelphia. Stock Rxchnnire, New York Cotton Exchange. New York Coffee Exchange, New orlenn Cotton Exchange. Chicago Board ot Trade. Anxoclnte Member I,!cr pool Cotton Exchange. Stocks, Bonds, Cotton, Groin and Cofle. EDWARD B. EAMES, Mgr. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 83 CENTER STREET. $200,000 Rockville Gas & Electric Company IstMtg. 5 30 Year Gold Bonds. Dnted May 1 1906. Coupons payable May lat and November 1st, at the Colonial Trust Co., of New York. MANAGEMENT. A. M. YOtjNG, Prpsldent H. L. MERRY, Ass't Sec'y and Treas. M. J. WARNER, Seo'y and Treas. WM. LEWIS, Manager. This company Is under a liberal and perpetual charter, furnishes all of the gas and electricity In the city of Rockville, town of Vernon and borouRh of Stafford Springs, Connecticut, having a combined popu lation of about 12,000. The company Is now earning at the rate of nearly double its Inter est charges, which earnings should be materially increased by recent additions to the plant. We recommend the bonds to Investors wanting a safe "N" on-Taxable, 5 per cent. Investment. likely to appreciate In value during the next few years. Price 102 and Interest, subject to withdrawal or advance in price. Bend for Special Circular. H. C. WARREN & CO. BANKERS Investments! Ry. Co. First Mortgage 5 per net 5 Per cen. St. Ry. Co. Consolidated Mort . and Electric Co. 5 Per cPnt Ho. 120 Broadway NEW YORK. Payable May 1, 1938. 108 ORANGE ST. HYPERION THEATRE. SAM S. and LEE SHI BERT-, lac, Mauugera. fo-niht Arnold Daly's Co. in "ARMS and rte MAN' JOINT APPEARANCE OF THE MISS MR. MARGARET HENRY -ANGLIN MILLER Supported by their splendid company from the Princess Theatre, N. Y. in the Picturesque and Powerful New Drama THE GREAT DIVIDE. s By William Vaughn Moody, Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00. branch orricai hii IcLellan & Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS, S7 Bidwy, Hew Yolk. MKAUIBRS OB New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Uoaght and Mid on commission os caati r carried on snnrglni also Cotton, Grata and Provisions. Investment Securities A SI'ECIAJjTI, New Havea Branch. W aad SI Caatat 9t 16 & in Bankers and Brokers, No. 52 Broadway, New York, AMD 15 Center Street, New Haven Members N.T. Stock Exchange, Product Exc&ange, and Chicago Board of Trade. C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch, AJJ. CLASSES Of RAILWAY 6TOCKB AND 'BONDS, ALSO GRAIN, FROVISION8 and COTTON BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Connected by Private Wire with New Tort, Boston and Cnloago. Investment Securities flEW HAVEN County National Bank: 817 STATE STltEEl, 8WilU8HM)lt, Capital, . $350,000 Surplus and Profit, $350,000 THIS BANK OFFERS TO OB. rosrrons bvert facil ity FOR BUSINESS AND I JT VITAS THB ACCOUNT! OFT CORPORA TIONS, riRVS, AND INDIVID. CALS. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, Pfortdcat. HORATIO G REDFIELD, i Cashieft WILLIAM 6. REDFIELD, mb- -i ' Aaafc Caahloe, The Union Trust Co NEW HAVE. CHARTERED by the State of Ocm. nectlcut with authority to act as Kneoutor, Administrator, Guardian, Re ceiver, or Trustee, under will or deed. Is legal depository of money paid Into Court and publlo Trust Funds. Acta as Trustee for Municipalities, Cor porations and individuals, and admin isters trusts of all kinds. K to iOt a registrar of stocks, bonds or Other evidence of indebtedness, manage BinKing 1UIIUB, oiiu uu uu UUBinPSS SUCQ as usually dona by trust companies, it also does a general banking bus. iness, collecting checks, notes, coupons, and reoeives deposits. The principal of each trust Is Invested by itself and kept separate and apart from the general sspcls of the Company. This Company la by law regularly rt amlned by the bank examiner of the Btate oi Connecticut. HBWRY L. HOTCHKIS9. President.., BUGHNI1 It. DRISTOU Treaswctk Fifty-five Years of service and growth attests the standing and stability of this bank and should be an in fluence in deciding the loca tion of your banking busi ness THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL. BANK 27 STATE ST. Opposite Weostcr St. TEnUttnlnmsnts, DISTINGUISHED PLAYERS Sale Opens Tuesday. U. ii. BUNNKIA,. MamiifHr. Thurs., Frl., Sat, Sept. '6, 7, 8, . Matinee fiaturrtav. Mittenthal Bros. Amusement Co. flno.l Offer the Dainty Musical Varce. "LOVliRS AND LUNATICS." with Joe Morris an "lkey' Honensfcln." Notable Company of Forty Players. . FAMOUS BEAUTY CHOtiUS. Seats Now on Sale. POLI'S NEW THEATRE. . ALL THIS WEEK. Regular Vaudeville Show. 10 STAR ACTS 10 Seats now on sale for all week. New White City THIS WEEK. Typhoon of Fine Pleasures. Baltimore Creole Cake-Walkers. (Every afternoon and Evening) SPECIAL PRIZES EVERY NIGHT. CARNIVAL CAKE WALK SATURDAY. SPECIAL SKATING RINK ATTRAC TIONS. w J.Uv.v..j, i. wucoutiy unu Thursday and Saturday nights. Satur- uay DKciung iims carnival. Profusion Frldny Night "The Deluge of Fire," or "A City in Flames," a spectacle of brilliant and magnificent pyrotechnics! beauty and awe. SAVIN KOCK THEATRE A Vaude ville show bristling with versatility and bursting with Joy. Three shows Labor Day 2; 3;15 and 8:15 p. m. CONCERTS Dally In the White City and In the Concert Park. v iJxrtels. Try on of the Cafe Boulevard's 25c Dui25c REAL CSItMAN KITCHEN. 1 67-69 Orange St L Tfca HOF-BRAU HftUS. fcas Ma-k elan . , GERMAN KiTCiiEN and tba 5tf"wrr famoa FOUR IMPORTED PliERS Barter Bras Fttws Huachene Jto&vByao. Numbers-! T;1m Kn Wnrsbaryst Dnrgrof ft-rs, Enough SaM HOTEL QARDE Opposite Vnlat. mv-w nivim. aE Connecticiit'i largest Hotel Ajacrtcaa fWctly Traaslaat MINING NEWS BUREAU ISSUED DAILY AH the news of the mines and the mining- market Sample copies free on raw puest. TONOPAH GOLDFIELD BULLFROG are featured In this service. CATLIN & POWELL CO:. 35 Wall St., NewYorK. Business Men, Firms and Individuals Will appreciate tlie excellent; service, facilities and courte sy extended to them by the New Hiircn Trust Company. Whether your deposit be large or small, do not hesitate about opening an account Trlth as. Interest Paid on certificates ot Deposit. THEC?WsyEKy. 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