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'SEW: HAYEK MOKNINCS JOUENAL AND COUTJEn. TTEDXESDAY SEPTEMItEB 12 1906
Erie v . i i V . i M I irenci ora Upalj ea ra fcltPHfc sidedl d 4 S B8 uorgsj ' Ire h . i iventi at q ;es 1 It! V -4 I 1 1 '11' At ' i 1 dj 3 " 1 J" J 799 Chaoet St. Your savings here are safe, available and working for you twenty-four hours a day at the rate of 4 per cent. Your checking account may also be made to show a profit. STOCK MARKET FEATURES HEAVINESS AND VVLLNESSAND A CLOSING BREAK. More Gold Imports But No Rush Here of the Precious Metal Time Money a Little Ensier The Day's Gossip. The stock market was dull and heavy nearly all. day yesterday and late in the day there was quite a little break in prices. There was no urgent liquidation, however, and the bulls are still confi dent of higher prices. Time money is a shade easier. The high money rates, the close elec tion, in Maine and the difficulty which attends getting gold from Europe, help, ed bearish sentiment. LEFT FOR HARTFORD. Democrats Went Off Quietly. The New Haven delegation to the democratic state convention at Hart ford, left this city early yesterday aft ernoon. They were unattended by any brass band and showed but little en thusiasm. They all seemed to take it for granted that Charles F. Thayer would be nominated for governor with out opposition and apparently were in different as to the composition of the rest of the ticket. In Hartford the New Haven ' men will make their headquarters at the Hotel Garde. The names of those in the delegation follow: Samuel L. Bronson, A. Heaton Rob ertson, W. J. Cronin. N. G. Osborn, A. P. Allen, J. E. Doughan, Francis W. Foley, J. G. Healy, J. S. McCarthy, Joseph Mulvey, Thomas Keane, Rich ard Healy, J. h. Courtney, Michael Burns, Thomas Molloy, Charles T. Coyle, Henry W. Sanford. James V,. - aicuann. 48 4SW 47W 47U uu 1st pfd... 77 ft iffr a in Gen Electric ..166 16 166 II. Central 173 173 172 172 L. & Nashville ..150 150 148 149 M. K. & T. pfd.. 70 70 69 69 Mo. Pflcifle 98U 99 98 9S N- Y. C. & H .144V 144 142 142 N. Y. O. & V. . 50 50 50'4 50 Nor & West. .. 938 93 93 93 Phc Mail 39 39 3? 38 Pcnn 141 140 139 139 Peo. Gas 90 90 S9 89 xieauing 143 Lisva ep. I. & S. ... 37 103 28 66 mi 38 .. 99 5 7s do nf,1 Rock Island . do pfd .. . Southern P. . Southern ,Ry. do pfa . .. T. & pacific . Union Pacillc do pfd .. U. S. Rubber U. S. Steel .. do pfd .. WabaBh pfd West. Union 37 103 28 66 92 '4 38 99 36 140 141 35 36 V. .192 192. . 93 94 . 48 48 . 46 46 .107 107 . 45 45 . 91 91 102 27 65 V4 91 37 99 35 191 93 4S 46 102 65V4 91 37 99 35 191 94 48 45 Some people are timid about going into a bank. You are just as welcome in a bank as in any place of business. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK, of New Haven. TEMPORARY LOCATION 881 State St., Comer of Wroste St. 106 106 44 44 91 91 Closing Prices. The following are the closing prices reported by Prince & Whitely, Bankers and Brokers, 25 Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street, New' Haven. Bid Asked J win J. SnriKhtlv. Josenh Gartland. Patrick- vt.f!,.!nmM. -. . , . ... .. ,j .,, taton .. .' ----" ucmsc A'ooui o,uuu.vw mure " wonimaicer, Moritz Spier, J. B. Martin, Harry Leigh, John Barlow, F. P. Caf ferty. It is announced that Colonel Osborn wok with .him a draft of a platform. mis win from the Bank of England for New York. , This brings the total engage ments close to $20.00,000. However, bonds against government deposits are Jjelng offered rather slowly. The banks were free lenders of money yesterday -at 7 :per cent. There was a decided easier tendency to the time wioney market, and a reduction of near 1 ly 1 per cent, in the six months' money. The best houses were able to borrow six months' money at 6 per cent, yes terdayt as against 7 per cent., which prevailed up to Monday. The price of high-class commercial paper-was also reduced to a 6 per cent, basis .'yester day. The banks are losing from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000 dally to the interior and to the treasury, so what gold that comes Will have to take the place of currency that the market has lost. This drain rwill continue long after Europe has supplied New York with all of the gold it can spare. It was very evident that liqulaandn was in progress. The weakness of the Morgan stocks, the heavy selling of Amalgamated and the Harriman shares and the decline in Reading pointed to offerings from the three large Interests as well as to lack of support be submitted to Thayer's iNom-icn mends for approval changes they may desire to make. or , ,. WEDDING RECEPTION. Invitations were received this -week oy quite a number of Short Beach people to the wedding reception of Miss Ur.abel Lee and Lieutenant Robert Morris, U. S. A., to toe held at the Lee cottage,. S-tonlngton, Saturday, Septem ber 15, at i o'clock. Only the Immediate families are bidden to the ceremony. Miss Lee spent a number of summers at Short Beach, where she was always one of the belles. Lieutenant Morris was alS0 a frequent guest at the beach, 1 tb'J Alt HA I STOCK HAUKtT. Selling Preponderates Two Explana tion Given for Price Movements. New York, Sept. ll.:Prlces of stocks gave ground in to-day's market, and the Increase In volume over yesterday was regarded with disfavor In view of tne preponderance of selling in the or- London trading was little felt in the ! ders executed. Speculative ODeratn early movement of prices here. The usual arbitrage participation was pre sided,' ut the volume of business was email, 'not over 30,000 shares. To Some tho day's reaction has the aspect of a bear raid. It was said to Ibe "fen affair managed by James R. Keene and Thomas W., Lawson. 1 There was nothing to show that the crop reports of the preceding day en tered into the market in any form. The brilliant promise for the corn crop 'brings the total value of farm products for the year close' to $7,000,000,000. Aa matters -stand to-day we shall harvest very much the largest wheat crop and very much the largest corn . crop on the record. , It Is believed that Secretary Shaw will have to release government funds In the next few days to avert serious anoney disorders. The heaviness of St. Paul excited much comment in Wall street yester day. There was no explanation except the' fact that the old rumor about some scrt of arrangement with Union Pacific was no' ionger seriously discussed. Around noon yesterday, when prices throughout the list were showing de clines of from 1-2 to 3 points, Erie not only advanced from 48 to 48 1-2, but the upward movement had semblance of force behind It. It was reported that action might be taken on the dividend question at a meeting to be heid In the afternoon. The story was absurd. The lack of support received by the market the past few days has encour aged short gelling. It has not assumed any proportions. There was continued strength In Atchison on the promise of a higher dividend. Many of the speculators, who operated extensively last week In St. Paul and Union Pacific, turned their attention to Atchison. Canadian Pacific gained $301,000, Mis souri Pacific $105,0000 and Kansas and Texas $30,671 for the first week in Sep tember. Enormous quantities of Steel com mon were taken at 45 1-2 and 45 5-8, when the general market was breaking rapidly toward the close. One of the reports that was circu lated In the board was that the Great Northern Ore deal was indefinitely postponed. The street had the Idea that it would be announced this week. The whole market reflected more r,r less forced selling of speculative ac counts yesterday. This explained in part the decline in the Steel shares, and was said to affect nearly all of the stocks that have benefited so much of late through the active manipulation by the large operators. A little promise of a betterment in the Gould shares is held out for the nd of the month. George J. Gould re turned from Europe yesterday, and will make his annual inspection trip In a few weeks. In the Philadelphia market yester day Cambria Steel was weak, the pool finding it hard to bull the stock. The dividend declared by New Haven Iron and Steel company of 30 cents per share 3s at the rate of 6 per cent., but there was no announcement made as to its being a regular quarterly or seml-an-m:al payment. The last dividend de clared was in April. 1905, of 15 cents per share, or 3 per cent. RURAL CARRIERS FOR SH'ARON. Washington. Sept. 10 Charles F. 'Whitford and Robert N. Prindle were appointed to-day rural letter carriers at Sharon, Conn. W'ere of two mlnda in trying to explain the movement of prices. The one sup position was that the easier rate for call money was taken advantage of to realize profits by previous purchasers. The other. was that the easing of the money rate was less pronounced than had been hoped for and gave less prom ise of permanence, owing to the con tinued causes of drain upon the New York money supply. Recent buyers of stocks on an advancing scale are gen erally recognized to be of a class that possessed resources enabling them to Ignore the ordinary exigencies of the money market and to proceed to act on their confidence in the future value of stocks. The campaign of millionaire operators on this basis must recognize the-small chance of a general demand for stocks during the actual period of stringent money as a medium for re alizing profits. Notwithstanding the pertinacity with which stocks have been held by the powerful speculators In control of the market, it has been the common expectation, therefore, that any easing of the. money rate would find large holdings of stocks for sale on any new demand. It is evident also that measured by ihe actual engage ments of gold already secured for ship mont to New York, the previous esti mates by the active speculators in stocks were extravagant. The actual gold movement, therefore, even with its alleviating effect on the money sit uation, represents a disappointment to this element Iri the market'. Over $5, 000,000 was secured from the Bank of England to-day for New York, in spite of yesterday's rise in the price of gold, and went Into New York deposits by withdrawal from the sub-treasury. It was intimated that the control of this gold was facilitated by the recent plac ing of Pennsylvania railroad notes in Paris. Discount rates continued to ad vance in London. Reports were cur rent in New York of some severe dis criminations against American collat eral in the London money market. Rates for time loans were firmly held, and continued to command a premium over the legal rate for periods up to six months. The extraordinary promise of the crops contained In yesterday's government reports was not much re garded owing to the large influence al ready played in the market by the crop prospects. Prices fell by successive movements throughout the day, and closed weak near the lowest. Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par value, $1,900,000. United States bonds were unchanged on call. Adams Express 275 Amalgamated Copper 110 American Car 39 do pfd 96 American Cotton Oil 32 do pfd 90 American Exoress , 250 Am. Hide & Leather pfd.. 28 American Ice Securities ... 84 American Linseed 19 do pfd 40 American Locomotive 71 do pfd 1 1 2 4 American Smelting 162 do pfd 1161,; American Sugar 135 do pfd 133 American Woolen 36 'Anaconda Copper 2,7 Atch. Top. & Santa Fe....l08 do pfd 100 Atlantic Coast Line 142 Baltimore & Ohio 119 do pfd 93 Bay State Gas Brooklyn Rapid Transit.. 80& Brooklyn Union Gas 122 Brunswick 15 Canada Southern 66 Canadian Pacific 176 Central Leather 38 do pfd 100 Central of New Jersey ....226 Chesapeake & Ohio 63 Chicago & E. Illinois pfd . . Chicago & Great Western. 17 do A pfd 74 Chicago Mil. & St. Paul... 175 do pfd 194 Chicago & Northwestern. . 209 Chi. R. I. P. C. 4 p c bds.. 77 & Chicago St. P. M. & Oniahal7S Chicago Term. Trans. .... 12 do pfd 27 Cleveland C, C. & St. L. . . 94 Colorado Fuel & Iron 56 Colorado Southern 36 Consolidated Gas, 140 Delaware & Hudson 216 Delaware Lack & Western505 Denver & Rio Grande pfd. 8614 Distillers Sec. Co. 62 Erie 4714 do 1st pfd , 77 do 2d pfd 7 1 General Elontrlc 166 Great Northern Dfd 333 V, Hocking Valley 127 do pfd 1)4V, Interborough Met 8814 International Paper ...... 16 do pfd Hi Iowa Central 80 Kansas City Ft. S. & M. pfd 79 Kansns City Southern .... 27 ao via 674 Louisville & Nushvllle ,...148 Manhattan Elevated 147 Mexican Central 20 National Biscuit 67 National Lead J 7 N. Y. Air Brake 145 N. Y. Central & Hudson. . .142 N. Y. Chicago & St. Louis. 66 N. Y. & New Haven 194 N. Y, Ontario & Western.. 60 Norfolk & Western bjjk do pfd duu North American 91 Northern Pacific 214 w Pacific Mail 3314 peoples Gas gov, Pullman Palace Car 248 Reading 140 ao ist pia how Rep Iron & Steel ggi uu piu ion Rock Isiiind 27 do pfd bbu Sloss Shlef field 78 14 Southern Railway S79i do nfd 98 it. Southern Pacific 9114 do pfd lis fit. Louis & Southwestern, 25 do pfd 62 Tennessee Coal & Iron.... 166 Texas & Pacific , 85154 Tol. St. L. & Western ..... 31 do pro 51 u Union Bag & Paper do pfd . 1... -56 Union Pacific 191 do pfd 94 United States Express ....133 '-. U. S. Realty & Iniprov. ... 74 U. S. Rubber 48 do 1st pfd 100 . United States Steel 454 no pra ...1 106 do sink fd 6 p c bds. . . 97 Virginia-Carolina, Chem. .. 40 Wabash 19 do nfd 44 u Wells-Fargo Express ..j. 290 Western Union 91 Westlnghouse Electrical ..147 Wheeling & liKe J?.rie .... S do 2d pfd 23 V, Wisconsin Central 24 u do pfd 49 U 310 110 40 100 32 92 258 28 85 20 42 71 113 152 116 136 138 35 277 108 100 143 119 94 80& 130 16 67 176 38 101 230 64 150 17 75 ?a 175 ofd 209 77 180 13 31 95 50 37 140 210 640 86 63 47 78 71 168 334 ofd 95 38 K4i 8t 31 80 28 U 08 149 149 20 87 78 146 143 67 196 60 93 91 91 215 89 89 250 141 ofd 36 102 fc . 27 65 78 " 98 91 118 25 62 164 45 32 52 . 6 60 '39,1 94 136 .78 , 48 106 45 106 . ,98 40 ' 19 45 295 .1 91 155 19 - 25 25 61 TX7E are prepared to send investors our list of VV bonds and Preferred dividend paying stocks. They are secured by Gas, Electric Lighting, Railway and Power Plants serving populations of 40,000 or more. IT HE properties in each case show substantial 1 values, satisfactory earnings, operate modern, well equipped plants under reasonable tranchises and do a sufficiently large gross business to permit of a proper allowance for depreciation. Our list will be furnished upon application. R S. BlltterWOrtll & Co.. Brokers, TELEPHONES 3100-3101 HORNBLOWER & WEEKS KataH Raw York nn d Boston Stock Bxckaasoa No. 63 Stnte Street BOSTON Ho. 120 Brondway NEW YORK. New Haven Office, 27 Center Street. Ttlepbona 843 ... FRANK D. WETMORE, Manager. INVESTMENT SECURITIES NETTING 4 TO 5 DICK BROS. & CO. BANKERS AND BROKERS, 30 BROAD ST., NEW YORK. BI EMBERS. Neir York Stock Exchang. New York Cotton Exchange. New urlean Cotton Exchange. rhllndclphta Stock Exchange. New York Coffee Exchange. Chicago Board of Trade. Aaaoclato Member Liver pool Cotton Exchange. Stock, Bond, Cotton, Grain" and Cofle. "EDWARD B. EAMES, Mgr. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 83 CENTER STREET. ';.' $200,000 Rockville Gas & Electric Company 1st Mtg. P 30 Year Gold Bonds. Dated May 1 1906. Payable May 1, 1936. Coupons payable May 1st and November 1st, at the Colonial Trust Co. of New York. "United State Government Bond. l3ld.Asked 2s, reg., 1930. . .. 2a, coup., 1930.. 3s, reg., 1908 ... 3s, coup., 1908 . 3s small bonds 4s, reg., 1907 .104 .105 .103 .103 .103 102 4s coup.,1907 103 4s, reg., 1925...... ..131 4s, coupi, 1925 .. 1S1 D. C. 3s. '65 nr, Philippine, 4s 109 105 105H 104 104 103 ' ' 104 132 132 J.H' 1'ORK STOCK M411KET. On the New York Stock Exchange, reported by Prince & Whitely, Bank ers and Brokers. 52 Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street, New Haven. Conn. Open High Low Close. Amal Copper ..112 n2 uo 110 Am. Car ... 40. 40 40 40 Am. Cotton Oil . 32 - 32 32 32 Am. Loco... 71 71 . 71 71 Am- Smel ir,2 i52 jB, mi4 AmSyg2r 136 136 135 136 A' T; & ?i F- "10 110 18V4' 108 .d0pfd fi 101 100 101 B. & 0 120 120 U 11934 now M . 82 80 80 38 38 , 38 '38 64 64 63 63 I .. 18 . 17 7 ji'iL l'SVi i75 210 210H jnj, jogij '." 58 r,5H 66 .140 140 140 140 i " ) 1 1 1 1 B. R. T Cent. Leather dies & Ohio. C. & Gt. W. . C. M. & St. P. C. ft North. . C. F. & Iron Con Gas Canadian P. Del. & Hudson.218 218 176 216 216 Boston Stock Quotation. Reported 'ver privato wires of Horn- blower & Weeks, members of New York and Boston Stock Exchanges, New Haven office, 27 Center street High Low Bid Aaked 36 ...31 . 29 . .735 . 23 . 77 '. 21 . 12 . 25 19 .' 61 '. 94" . 42 .117 . 26 84 3 13 30 28 22 76 16 21 12 25 19 8 61 17 Adventure . . Allouez .. .. Arcadian . . . Atlantic .. .. Bingham . . Bostons Cons. Cal. & Hccia Centennial . . Cop. Range . Daly West .. Franklin .. . Granny Greene Isle Royal . . . Mass Cons . . . Mohawk -. . . . Nev. Cone. . . . North Butte . . Old Dominion .42 41 42 oseceola 11 116 115 m Parrot 26 25 25 26 Kuiney . $7 Shannon $ 9 914 Tamarack . ... 97 Trinity 10 9 9 U. S. Mining .. 61 61 61 Utah Cons 62 62 62 l"n. Copper 63 Wolverine . . . .159 159 158 Am. T. it T 139 138 138 Swift & Co 107 I'n Shoe SO SO 79 ' do pfil ' 30" 30 " SOU I'n. Fruit 110 109 109 Ho 5 35 30 28 735 .22 77 21 12 25 19 61 94ii 41 6 35 3 13 30 28 23 76 16 21 12 25 20 8 62 18 42 89 9 98 9 61 62 63 160 138 107 80 30 MANAGEMENT. A. M. YOUNG. President H. L. MERRY, Ass't Sec'y and Trens M. J. WARNER. Sec'y and Treas. WM. LEWIS, Manager! This company Is under a liberal and perpetual charter furnishes all of the gas and eloctrlclty in the city of Rockville, town of Vernon and borough of Stafford Springs, Connecticut, having a combined nonu lation of about 12,000. y y 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 . Non-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. J Send for Special Circular. H. C. WARREN & CO. BANKERS - 108 ORANGE ST. Mass Gas 68 55 68 58 Cumb. & Ely .. 9r"R Black Me 8 8 Cotton Market. Reported by Dick Bros. & Co. members of New York Stock and Cotton Ex changes. Boston office. No. 33 Center $25,000 Norwich & Westerly Railway Company FIIIST MORTGAGE 5 PER CENT. BOXDS. PRICE TO NET 5 PER CENT. Non-Taxable. C. E. Thompson & Sons. 810 Chapel Street. James H. Parish & Co., succeeding NEWTON Sl PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in Investment Securities 86 Orange Street. street. New York, Sept. 11. . High. Low Last. Oct 896 885 991 Nov 907 902 902 Dec. .. ' 922 913 916 Jin 931 922 924 Feb. ,. 937 936 Mar 944 936 939 April , . 946 946 . May 955 947 951 MINING NEWS BUREAU ISSUED DAILY All tbe new of the mines and tho min ing market Sample copies freo on r puest. TON O PAH GOLDFIELD BULLFROG are featured In this service. CftTLIN & POWELL CO., 35 Wall St.. New YorK. James B. Smith INVESTMENT BONDS ml 1 i Bankers and Brokers, No. 52 Broadway, New York, 15 Center Street, Nsw Haven Jmbers n.T. Stock ! Exchange. Produo. "Wang. ni Chicago Board t Trad. C. B. BOLMER, Manager Now Haven Branch. AIX , CLASSES 07 RAILWAY. BTOCKB AND BONDS, ALSO GRAIN, PROVISIONS and COTTON BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Connected by Private Wire with New Tork, Boeton and Chicago. Investment Securities new haven County National Bank: 317 STATE STREE1. caTaBuaeS) ism, Capital, . $350,000 Surplus and Profits, $350,000 THIS BANK OFFEH3 TO DE POSITORS EVERT FaCIk ITT 'OB BUSINESS AND II VITUS THE ACCOUNTS OP CCHPOOA TIONS, FIRMS, AND INDIVID. GALS. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, Frealdeat, HORATIO G REDFIELD, I Cashier. v WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, . i, . Asst. (Jasfctet, The Union Trust Co NEW HAVEJf. CHARTERED by the Htato of Con. nectlcut with authority to act m Executor, Administrator, Guardian H ceiver. or Trustee, under will or deed." Is legal depository of money naM Into Court and rubllo Trust Pundf Aots as Trustee for Municipalities Cor. porations and individuals, and admin Isters truFts of all kinds. Emnowerart to i.ct as registrar: of stocks, bonds or other evidence of Indebtedness, manar sinking funds, and do all business such na usually done by trust companies. It also does a general banking bus Iness. collecting checks, notes, counnna and receives deposits. The principal of each trust Is invested by itself and kept separate and apart from the general ase&ts Of the Company. This Company Is by law regularly ex amlned by the bank examiner of the Btate of Connecticut. HENRY L. HOTCHKISS. PresMnt,. BBGBNE S, BRISTOL, Treasurer, THE NATIONAL TRADESMEN BANK Invites attention to its excellent facilities for the transaction of a general banking business and so licits accounts. DEPOSITS SECURED BY Capital $300,000 Stockholder's Liability, ...$300,000 Surplus Profits $300,000 ftioo.uou Circular letter of credit In Pounds Sterling, U. S. Dollars. Marks and Francs. International Travelers' Checks Available Everywhere, Foreign Exchange. Cable Trans fers. Correspondents throughout the world. branch ontoa Biify, Min & Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS, T BMMdway, New York, MEMBERS or' New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Ooug-kt u4 Mid ea eonuBlssIon lot eaak ar carried on nuuralai else Cotton, (irala amd Provisions, Investment Securities A Sf EXJALTf, ew Bavea Braacb. 39 aad U Coatee 9h 141 Orange St., NewHayen, Conn. 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 276 STATU ST. Opposite Woostcr St, ijiftiaiti limits,' HYPERION THEATRE: bam S. and Lee Shubert. Inc., Manager. SEPTEMBER 13. AINGLI.V MILLER bHELGREAt DIVIDE." Prices $2.00, $1.60, $1.00, 75c, 50c. Seats now selling. Saturday September IE, ,r H. P. Fox Presents Mr. Frank H. Gardner and f n Miss Claire Vincent, in the New Romantic Drama, " II E A It T A Jf D SWORD" Prices: $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. , bale opens Thursday. U. B. BUNNETJ. Mam,. Mon Tues., Wed.,Sept. 10, 1L 12. ' Matinee Wednesday. N Histor'oal Melodrama, CUSTER'S LAST FIGHT, Real Indians, Cowboys. Soldiers, Horsca "u60 vv uivta, THFATRP ONE ENTIRE WEEK OF BEPT 10 Matinee, 2:15; Evenings, 8:15. riie jXqw Musical Fantasy, THEBE." BRIDGEPORT Rim HIPPODROME PARK. . SEPTEMBER IM2-I3-I4 nrmw gnu n ,n : CONN. CIRCUIT TROTTING RACES 3 RACES DAILY 3 $3,600 in Purses STRATFORD AVE. TKOLLISY DIREC1 TO RACK COURSE. Bxrtels. Try on i of ttio Cafe Boulevard's Z3G dinnerDC HEAL C5RMAN KITCHEW. 67-69 Orange St. HOF-BRAU HAUS, ' ' fcaa a Ugh class GERMAN KITCHEN Ud the follcmlnv fuaoat FOUR IMPORTED BEERS IBirrtrer Bran Pliant Hnnebener Nof-Braa, 1 Nurnberffer Tocher Bran. Wnrsburgrr Burger Bnra Enough Said Z?l'r:T HOTEL GARDE Opposite Union Dapct, MEW HA VEX, COSH. Connecticut's Largest Hotel AasMteaa Fl Btotctiy TmuuImuV Business Men, " Firms and Individuals Will appreciate tlie excellent servlee, facilities nnd courte sy extended to them by the New lliiven Trust Company. Wucthcr your depoult be larjge or ' small, do not hesitate about opening an account with us. Interest Paid on ccrtlilcates of Deposit. US COMPANY 40 Church St., NEW HAVEN, CONN. INSURANCE THAT INSURES. North's Agency baa been selling In surance in New Haven lor over ntty, years. Our best friends are tnose with whom we bavs adjusted losses during that period. Moral Insure with North. Office first building north of Post Office. Lomas 6V Nettleton BANKERS AND BROKERS, 137 ORANGE STREET Certificates of Deposit Issued. Investment Securities nought and Sold. Loans on Real Estate. Insurance of Every Description, Surely Bond Executed Immediately. Care of Estates. "I want to complain of the flour you sent me the other day," said Mrs. New- liwed, severely. ''What was the matter with it, ma'am?" asked the grocer. "It wag tough. My husband Blmply wouldn't eat the biscuits I made with it." Philadelphia Ledger.