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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 1006
799 Chaoel Si. Your savings here are safe, available and working foJt you twenty-four houra a day at the rate of 4 per cent. Your checking account may also be made to show a profit - ' - DVtLXBSS AND ACA1N TUX WEAKNESS ILVLE. More Liquidation and Bear Pressure Politic Agnln Regarded With Alarm Foreign Banks Still Hold I'p Dl connt Rates Betting In New York Big; Break in Cotton Shannon's First Dividend Swift Stock Active Gossip of the Day. The stock market was a dull affair again yesterday, and Inclined to weak ness. The Bank of England rate remained at 6 per cent., although the ratio of re serve to liabilities' fell to 36.64 per cent., compared with 37.70 a week ago, and the total reserve was shown to be only $90,000,000, or $16,500,000 less than a year ago, and $15,000,000 under the total of October, 1904. The Bank of France maintained Us previous policy. There was nothing in the weekly statement to change it, while a ain of $13,000,000 cash, probably helped keep the Bank of Germany rate at 6 per cent, It Is now expected that the first of November money strain, will be tided over safely. , All "Wall street has now an eye out as to the coming election. , Yesterday the betting odds on Hearst dropped from 3 to 1 to 2Mt to 1. More than $100,000 was wagered In the curb mar ket. At first the odds were strongly 3 to 1 on Hughes, but the Hearst money came In -so freely that the rates receded to 2M, to 1. Most of the Hughes money was bet at 3 to 1, but some bets were Closed at 2- to 1. The largest was one of $1,250 to $500 ion Hughes,, which Wrenn -Brothers made with W. C. Moore. ,, '" Two freak . offers to bet were an nounced by Q. B. Buchanan, a member Of the stock exchange, yesterday. One Is $2,500 to $7,500 .that Hughes will win by 100,000 plurality. The other Js $1,000 to $15,000 that, Hearst will win by 100,000 plurality. . 7 Amalgamated ' Copper, sold ex-dlvl-dend of 2 'per cent, and lost a pofnt. Generat pressure against United States Steel common carried It under 48. or. a Jower quotation than was made Inst Saturday. ' ' ' The Baltimore and Ohio statement was one of the strongest of the year. ! Alentlon of all operators of any import Gross Increased nearly $10,000,000 and i knee. The total sales for tho flav o-r. net about $5,000,000. -The increase in eurplus was $5,600,000. This equals 1054 per cent, on the present common stock of $152,330,000 and Justifies the raise In the dividend from 5 to 6 per cent. The census bureau's cotton crop re port, which was announced from the rostrum of - the Cotton exchange promptly at 2 o'clock yesterday after noon, proved more favorable than had been expected, and was the occasion of enormous selling, which broke the mar ket almost Immediately 23 to 25 points, or over $1 per, bale. The December'op tion sold down to 10.50, while January Went to 10.60 and March to 10.75. Tho interest, and dividend payments on November 1 will reach $68,000,000. This Is about $20,000,000 less than on the 1st of October. The heaviest selling during the early setback was by several well-known op erators, who take either side, according as they affect to get information bear ing on the market which should be suf ficient to Influence it. Yesterday they gave out that Tamrnany leaders assur ed their friends privately that Hearst is sure of election. This, from a Wall street standpoint, would be a bear point. . - Failure of the fresseu oteei airectors to declare a dividend on the common 6tock was reflected In a decline of about 2 points. During the break In prices Just before the close reports were circulated that trouble might occur in connection with the last da of-the London settlement to-day. This feeling was not generally shared by. bankers, but It answered as an excuse for "raiding" stocks. It is thought that some of the long Interests in Steel common have been reducing their commitments on the Idea that the market will not accept with favor a policy of keeping dividends- at -the present rate. The next declaration will be made Tuesday. It was again alleged, as an explana tion of the market, that the political situation was receiving much attention. Another matter which also caused some comment was the growing de mands of labor "upon the railroads. When traders yesterday found the market too narrow even for them one of their number bought a watch from a member of the crowd for sixty-eight cents. Then he started to raffle It off at $1 chances. He made $30. This is equivalent to one-eighth on 250 shares of stock. The heavy .break in Reading occurred in the last twenty minutes of the mar ket, when the stock fell 2 points under heavy selling. It was assumed that this represented concerted efforts to un dermine the position of speculative pools. This stock Is now 13 points be low its price of a week ago. The narrowness of the market has reduced the trading unit to eighths and quarters. Not a little evidence was given of brokers who were buying on a scale down and of others who were dis tributing securities with every frac tional advance. SHANNON'S FIRST DIVIDEND. The directors of the Shannon Copper company, in which there is a large lo cal interest, at a meeting yesterday noon declared a dividend of 50 cents a share, the par value of which is JfV This dividend is the first to be paid on Shannon. The stock sold at 1VA yester- day, the highest figure it has reached in the past Ave years. SWIFT STOCKS ACTIVE AT CHI CAGO. Chicago, Oct. 25.-A raid on Swift stocks to-day forced. a break of 2 polnt3 from yesterdays close. Later It recov ered . Other shares were slow and lower: Swift & Co., 112112; Diamond Match, 124; Biscuit common, 7576; preferred, 118; Can Common, 6'; Box board common, 1; Pneumatic Tool, 49; Shipbuilding .common, 70; Sears Roebuck preferred, 94; South Side Ele vated, 92; Street's Stable Car common 2814; preferred, 99; Carbon preferred 11511S; Illinois Tunnel fives, 90. The National Savings Bank. The fortieth annual statement of the National Savings bank, 145 Orange street, New Haven, has been forwarded to the bank commissioners of the state. We quote as follows: Assets, Loans on real estate, first mortgages $1,415,120.00 Loans with collateral se- curity 227,800.00 Loans to cities and school districts jg 125.00 State and municipal bonds.! 625io4a!oo Railroad bonds 947.S20.00 Bank stocks in Connecticut.. 90 120 00 Banking, house ioooo.OO Cash on hand and in banks.. 160.S40.53 $3,494,870.53 Liabilities. Amount of deposits $3,274. 332. S4 Surplus 195oOo!oO Undivided earnings, less cur rent expenses and taxes Paid 19.S56.92 Profit and loss account 5,630.77 $3,494,870.53 Among the increases for the year is the increase of holdings by "the bank in bonds and stocks of $166,905; increase In deposits, $140,955; increase in number of depositors, 339; increase in surplus $20,000. : , yi oca. llns More Stagrnnnt Appearance Than ' lor Long; Time Past. " V New York, Oct. 25. It would be difli cult to extract a meaning from the ac tion of to-day's market beyond the neg ative inference of the riPtnrmir,,i h ...... qver inose of yester day, but the increase was done during the first hour. For most of the day the market had a more stagnant appear ance than for a long time past. The dullness was partly attributable to the understanding that the banking inter ests discouraged any present sriernl.-i- tlve activity. A rise in prices brlnirs out stocks in sufficient volume to check it, while a drive ae-alnnf nWno ni meet support In the shape of buying orders. The political campaign is giv ing some influence still in repressing speculation. Some additional attention was given to-day to reports of friction with la borers of various classes on some of the important railroad systems both west and east. Denials were offered on be half of some of the railroads affected that any serious consequences were ex peoted from the demands being made, but reports by telegraph of Intended de mands persisted. The increasing short age of freight cars was said to . bo reaching a stage where some industries found themselves lacking supplies in consequence and gome of the railroads were reported to be'refusing grain of fered for transportation, The progress of the London settle ment was watched with much interest. Day to day money loaned at higher rates in London to-day. To-morrow is the day for payments on the stock mar ket settlement, and any financial diffi culties would be disclosed at that time. A process of heavy transfers of stocks carried from the London market to the New York market Is taken for granted from the cheaper Interest rates now ruling here. All three of the great cen tral banks of Europe made returns of condition to-day. The Imperial Bank of Germany showed substantial recu peration and .discounts receded in Ber lin. The Bank' of England showed a further shrinkage in Its proportion of reserve to liabilities, in spite of the fi per cent, bank rate ruling since the last statement. The items in, the Bank of France statement showed unimportant changes. '. Call money was again easier in this market. The government report on the amount of cotton ginned was regarded as satisfactory, but made no impres sion on stocks. Reading was heavily offered at the last and the closing was easy. Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par value, $1,484,000. United States bonds were unchanged on call. . XEW XOltK MOCK SI A ft JT ET. On the New York Stock Exchange, re ported by Prince & Whltely, Bank ers and Brokers, 52 Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street, New Hav en, Conn. New York, Oct. 25. Open High Low Close. Amal. Copper xdlUH 111 Am. Car 43 43 Am. Cotton Oil. 34 34 Am. Loco 75 75 Am. Sinpl. .....155',4 154 Am. SiiR-ar . . . . 1 a 8 ,, 133y, Am. Woolen ... 35 35 A. T. & S. Fe.. '.10014 100 do pfd 100 Vb lOO'o B. & O. IIS iigig 110 110 34 34 74 74 153 153 133 133 35 35 100 100 100 100 117?; 118 S 7S iilltlUJIUI X". Cent of N. J, 175 174 172 175 223 223 223 223 Cent. Leather , Chea. & Ohio . C. & Gt. W, ., C. M. & Bt. P. C. & North . c.. a, a, a st. C. F. & Iron . Erie .. . do 1st pfd .. 36 ,. 67 ,. 17 .171 ,.203 L 94 .. 61 .. 43 . 76 36 68 17 171 203 94 62 43 76 175 86 36 ,57 67 ii 17 1704 nog 202 203 94 94 61 51 43 48Vi 76 H 76 175 17B ""ii r.iectrlc 176 . Gt. North t,M.321 821 318 31SV, 821 111. Central 174 1744 173U 176i Inter. Met 87 37 37 37 do nfri . 764 77 76 77 L. & Nashville .148 1454 1454 1454 Mo, Pacific .... 93 94 934 93 N; Y. C; & H. ..128 129 128 12S . 1. O. & W.. 46 'B to ur. & West. ... !4ii 'i4 94 U Northern Pac. .811 ,2111 Penn ..140 141 Peo. Gas 89 89 Reading .. ,...-1424 143 Rep. I. & s. ..." 3534 364 2104 210 189 139 ,83 89 140 140 36 35 do pfd ... Rock Island . do pfd . . . Southern' P. Southern Ry. . do pfd .... Tex. .& Pacific 97 ,91 , ' 27 . 65 91 35 96 36 97 27 27 . 66 ' 91 33 95 26 66 65 90 90 354. 334 5 95 36' 364' 36 181 ttri'.. Paolflo 18E 182 181 U. S Ttnhhrr... 49 49 4 49 do pfd 107 1U.'I, 1U7 107 S. Sled .... 464 . .46 U. do pfd .....106 loV lUb 105 Wabash pfd ... 44 44 . 444.- 444 West. Union"... 86 86 86 v 86 ; . . closing ,i'nt.. ;.: Thft following are the closing, prices reported by Prince & Whliely, Bonkers ahd Brokers, 25 Broadway, Now York, and 15 Center street, New Haven. .... New York, Oct. 25. 0 BIc Asiced. Adams Express .275 Amnl. Copper 1114 Am. Car 484 do pfd 1004 Am. Cotton Oil 34 do pfd 934 Am. Express 240 Am. Hide & Leather pfd .. 264 Am. Ice Securities ........ 694 Am. Locomotive 74 do pfd 1104 Am, Smelting 153. do pfd 116 " Am. Sugar 132 do pfd ....132 Anaconda Copper .266 Atcli. Top. & Santa Fe 1004 do pfd 100 Atlnntle Const Line ..136 Baltimore & Ohio 117 310 111 , 434 101 34 Vi 95 215 204 69 745 1114 153 117 133 135 267 1004 100i 1 1374 lis , 93 784 120 16 66 173 364 1034 225 67 30 77 1 7 , . 74 170 192 203 79 ISO 13 29 95 do pfd 92 Ray State- Gas . . . , . , 4 Brooklyn Rapid' Transit. . . 784 Brooklyn Union Gas 105 Brunswick 164 Canada Southern ....t.... 664 Canadlnn .Pacific 1734 Central Leather 36 , do pfd 101 Central of New Jersey ..,.222 Ones & Ohio 674 Chicago & Alton 28 : do pfd 75 Chicago ft Great Western.. 17 " do A pfd 72 Chi. Mil &. St. Paul 179 do pM :.....1S9 Chicago & Northwestern. .202 C. R. I. & P. C. 4 p c bds. . 79 Chi St P. M & Omaha.. ...172 Chicago Term Trans 11 do pfd 24 Cleveland C C, A St. L... 94 Colorado Fuel & Iron 514 Consolidated Giis 1374 Delaware & Hudson 217 Delaware Lack & West. ,.525 Denver & Rio Grande pfd. 834 Distillers Sec. Corp '18 Erie 434 do 1st pfd 75 ' do 2d pfd .67 General' Electric- i ... 1744 Groat Northern pfd 318 Hocking Valley 115 do pfd 94 Illinois Central 1734 Interhorough Met Sft Kan. City Ft. S. & M. pfd. 78 Kan. City Southern 27 do nfd 58 51 133 218 550 85 684 , 43 76 67 175 319 125 96 170 37 794 28 594 34 1434 145 208 33i 684 70 744 147 128 654 195 45 Lake Erin & Western 29 Louis. & Nash .1434 Manhattan Elevated ......142 Mexican Central 20 Missouri. Kan. & Texas. .. 334 do pfd ............... 63 National Biscuit ......... 754 National Lead 74 N. Y. Air Brake ,.142 K. Y. Cent. & Hudson .....128 N Y , Chi. & St Louis 64 N' Y.' k New Haven 193 N v On. Western 45 Nor. & West i 944 904 do pfd o4 North American 884 Northern Pacific 2104 PennsylvanJa R. R 139 Peoples GrB L. & C. Co.... 89 Pulniun Palace Cor 259 211 140 26 Railway Steel Springs 0Z4 524 Rep. Iron & Steel iio 33 do pld 'Ji Rock Island , 26 do pfd 644 97s 27 66 Sloss Sheffield 71 4 71 Southern Railway 83 14 do pfd 944 Southern Pacific ."0 do pfft 118 St. Louis & Southwestern. S4 do pfd 67 Tennessee Coal & Iron ....156 Texas & Pacific 364 Tol. St. L. & Western 86 do pld 62 Twin City Rapid Transit ..1104 Union Bug & Paper 6 do pfd 614 Union Pacific 18J do nfd 924 United States Express ....120 U. S. Rubber ' 48 do 1st nfd 106 United States Steel 45 do pfd 105 do sink fd 5 p c bds ..100 Virginia-Carolina Chem. .. 37 Wabash 19 do pfd 44 Wells-Fargo Express ..... 85 Westinghouse Electrical ..150 Wisconsin Central 254 do pfd 61 33 954 91 120 244 - 584 161 864 , 864 54 111 64 52 181 934 125 49 107 46 106 101 37M 194 46 864 154 26 53 Cotton Market. Reported by Dick Bros. & Co., members of the New York Stock and Cotton Exchanges. Branch office, No. 33 Center street. , High Low New York, Oct. Last 25. 1060 1050 1063 Oct. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May 1094 3038 1096 1099 un 1116 1120 1066 1050 1062 1072 1076 1116 1085 joso 10S8 Doston Stock Quotations. Reported over private wires of Horn blower & Weeks, members of the New York and Boston Stock Ex changes, New Haven office, 27 Center street. Boston, Oct. 25. High. Low. Bid Asked. Adventure . ... Alouez Arcadian 6 ' 6 38 6 6 1G 32 32 32 32 850 84S 6 39 6 88 32 S55 28 80 1!H(. 22 13 25 9 68 Atlantic 16 Bingham 33 Boston Cons. .. 32 Cal. & Hecla...S50 Centennial .. .. 2!l Cop. Ranse 80 29 28 79 19 n 25 8 67 20 111 63 16 ivilv- " est , , . Franklin . .... 23 23 Kle Royal 25 Mass. Cons. 8 8 68 20 111 64 27 16 9 63 Mohawk . . Nev. Cons. . . , North Butte . Old Dominion Osceola Shannon .. ,. Tamarack .. . Trinity , U. S. Mining .. r,s 2(1 .112 65 27 17 10 65 20 11 63 1T4 104 10 63 34 63 Utah Cons 66 . 66 65 Un. Copper .... 63 63 . j Wolverine 156 166 156 Am. T. & T. ...1374 1374 1374 137 Swift & Co ...114 H2 112-1134 Un. Shoe f 78 79 do pfd 204 29 vs 29 294 Un. Fruit .... "777, 106 lk 107 Mass Gas 69 58 694 59 Cumb. & Ely ... 124 124 Black Mt. ...... 1 10 104 Government Bonds. Bid. Asked. 2s. reg 1930 ,.103 104 2s, coup., 1939.. ' 03 104 3s. rec. 1908 103 104 8s, small bonds . 1024 4a, reg., 1907 4s, coup., 3907. . 4s, reg.. 1925 .102 102 ...102 10! ..1294' 1204 ...1304 1314 43, coup., 19Z5 ' Panama Canal 2a coup. 1054 106 Panama Canal 2s reg., D. C. 3s, '05 .-10 ...115 SECURITIES FOR SALE. New Haven Gas Us'1' Co- Stock. New Haven Wnter Co. New MUford Power Co. 1st 5's. New London, East Lyme 1st B's of 1035. Berkshire Street By. 1st B's, 1932. Mllllkln Bros. 1st 6's, 1021. N. II. Gas Llifht Convertibles. N. H. Water Co. Convertibles. KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAK, Tel. Hit. 183 Orange Street. Private wlr New York and Boston. James H. Parish & Co., succeeding NEWTON PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in Investment Securities 86 Orange Stree ' new haven County National Bank: HI STATS SIBEE1, ESTABLISHED UM, Capital, ... . Surplus and Profits, $350,000 $350,030 Tms bank orricns to db rOSITORS HJTSCRT FACll. ITT FOR BUSINESS AND IMVITRS TBB ACCOVHT9 Off CORfOOA tions, ruuui ahd iadiviu. VAhM. ' , '-1 EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, Pnaldent. HORATIO G REDFIELD, . WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, Asst. Cstsit i, James B. Smith INVESTMENT BONDS 141 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. MINING NEWS BUREAU ISSUED DAILY AH the news of the mines and the mln Inv market Sample copies free on re puesu TO NO PAH GOLDFIELD BULLFROG are featured In thl Benrlca. CATLIN & POWELL CO., 35 Wall St., New YorK. INVESTMENTS. 100 Shs. International Silver Co. Tfd. Stock. 00 Shs. Trl-Clty Ry. Light Co. Ffd 6 I-r Cent. Stock. 150 Shs. Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Mem. Pfd. Stock. IlrldKeport Gns Light Co. 4 Per Cent. Bonds. International Silver Co. Debenture 6's Berkshire St. By. Co. S Per Cent. Bonds. New Jlnven Derby R. 11. Co 5 Per Cent Bonds. Nrvr Haven Gas Light Co. Convertible 4's. TheChas.W.ScrantonCo. Investment' Brokers. 103 ORANGE STREET. $50,000 SANDUSKY, FREMONT & SOUTH ERN RAILWAY CO. 1ST MORT GAGE 5 P. C. GOLD BONDS Guaranteed 1'rlnlcpal and Interest by the Lake Shore Electric Railway Co. (The market value of the Lake Shore Electric Railway Co. on the stock ex change Is over two and one-halt mil lion dollars, which proves the strength of the guarantee.) PRICE, PAR AJJD INTEREST. Lomas & Nettleton HANKERS AND BKOltatii, 137 ORANGE STREET PAY BY CHECK! No matter how small the bill may be! Pay by check for safety and you follow the rule of the most successful business houses who keep a record of every transaction. This necessitates a Bank Account. Have you one? If not, this bank invites you to have one here. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK, t of New Haven. Temporary Location, 281 State Street, Corner of Woostcr Street. Our Stock and Bond Letter for October Giving information of interest to investors will be furnished upon application. E- S. Butteiwotih & Co. .Brokers, IXCHASGE BUILDING, HORNBLOWER & WEEKS Hukn cf New York an i Bostoa Stock Exchange No. 03 State Street, BOSTON New Haven Office, 27 Center Street. Tslephona 843 ... . , v FRANK D. WETMORE, Manager. INVESTMENT SECURITIES NETTING 4 TO 5. ICK BROS. & CO. BANKERS AND BROKERS, MEMBERS, New Torfc Stock Exchange. ' New York Cotton Excbnnire. New Orleans Cotton Exchange. Associate Members Mver Bonds, Cotton, Ornlu and Colt EDWARD B. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, THE NATIONAL ' TRADESMEN BANK 08 ORANGE STREET, New Haven, Conn. Capital Surplus $300,000 $300,000 Personal and Mercantile Accounts Invited. Wllllani T. Fields, - - President. RobTt A. Brown, - Vice President. Fred'k C. Burroughs, - - Cashier. Frank B. Frlsbie, - Asst. Cashier. Methods Safe nnd Progressive. Promptness nnd Accuracy Assured., Security Insurance Co. of New Haven. Cash Assets Jan. 1, 1006, Sl.SCG.MP.Oi) OFFICE 8T CENTEfl STREET. DIRECTORS. Charles S. Leete. Joel A. Sperry, B. B. Merwln. John W. Alllnar. Chas. E. Curtis. John TV. Alllnji, President. II. C. Fuller, ' Secretary. E. a. Stoddard. William R. Tyler, John T. Manson, H. C. Fuller. Charles H. Nettleton. Charles E. Curtis, Vice-President Vletor Iloth, ' Aos't Secretar) ,Mt,!..HM-M44"H"M"t i t highest ueveiopment In Banking 4 Banking n conducted by the modern Trust Company represents the highest development of mod ern financial .business methods. The soundness, safety and pro gresslveness of this Institution strongly appeal to everyono desir- T Ing to open a now account. 4, T7J MEW HAVEN I NEW HAVEN, CONN. Capital $350,000 Profits myOO THEiercMnts National Bank at 276 State St., Opposite AVooster, Invites your banking business in the conlUlent belief that it can serve you to mutual satistaction and profit. OFF1CKHS. C. WARREN, Pre.st, Li, H. Rnsrlfsh. Vice Prest. II. " I- ffliaiuhte TELEPHONES 3 100-3 to I "hew Va' 30 BROAD. ST., NEW YORK. Philadelphia Stock Exchange, New York Coffee Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, pool Cotton Exchange. Storks, . j. i EAIYIES, Mgr. 83 CENTER STREET, I CONNECTICUT INVESTMENTS! $25,000 Norwich & Westerly Ry. Co. 1st 9r'nnn anlW& Bethel St. Ry. Co 5's 2o,000 Grpton & Stonmgton St Rv r ' 7,500 N. H. St. T? n i.i .... Snoo v y- "B"t. Co. 4's. 1,000 Norwich St. Ry. Co. 5's l'Tr0 N. H. Mater Co 4's con deb. N. II. Gas L't Co.'s Stock. C. E. Thompson &Sons, oiu UlirKI, STREET. H. C WARREN & CO,," bankers Dealers in Investment Securities 108 ORANGE ST. I BRAHCH OmCB BANKERS AJTD BROKERS, BT Broadway, Now York, j -ME MB SUs Ok New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Sought nl sold commission foe cash r carried sosrclmi also Cotton, Grain and Pro visions. Investment Securities A SPECIALTY. Prince & WuMy Bankers and Brokers, No. 52 Broadway, New York, AJiU 15 Center Street, New Haven VI embers N.T. Stock Exchanga, Produce Es chance, and Chicago Board of Trade. C. B. BOLMER, Vlinaeer New Haven Branch. A-TOi CLASSES OW. RAJLWA'S BTOCKB AIO BONDS, ALSO GRAIN, ntOVISIORS and COTTON BOUQHI AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Investment Securities , HYPERION THEATRE ONE NIGHT ONLY. Monday October 29. Mr. Jules Murray Presents Mme. Helena ModjesRa in "MARY ST l" ART" Prices: J1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. Seat Sale now open. TI ES, October 30, Mai;nee and Evening Under the Auspices of the Order of St. George, The Royal English "BESSES O' TH BARN" BAND Winners of the Brass Band Champion 1 ship of the world. And over $50,000 in prizes. Prices: Matinee, 25c and 50c. Evenina; $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. Seats on Sale Saturday. G. 11. BUNN'KLL, Manager. FRI.. SAT., NIGHTS, Oct. 20, 27 MATINEE SATURDAY, John Fisher Company Present, rISELLE SAME with KATIE BARRY and JOHN SLAVIK Seat Sale now open. Prices Night, $1.60, $1.00, 76o, 60o, 2Ec Matinee, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. $10,000 REWARD. SPECIAL FEATURES . THREE DANIE SISTERS. -Znhwa Troupe of Illnilo Mnslelana. Regular Popular Prices. WED THURS. NIGHTS, Oct. 81, Nor. 1 Jefferson DeAngclls Opera Company, in the Sparkling Comic Opera THE RedG00R Mr. DeAngelis assisted by 80 performer Seats on Sale Monday. Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 60c, 25c. POLI'S NEW THEATRE.' ONE WEEK OF OCT. 22. Special Features i ROLAND WEST & CO. FRANCESCA REDDITJG & CO. " FERRY COWRET. 6 OTHER POPULAR ACTS 6 Poll Popular Prices. BIJOTT THEATRE Sylvester " Foil Proprietor Week o October 23nd. THE STOCK COMPANY. in The Young Wife Poll's popular prices, 10c-20c-80c ' Ladies' Matinee Dally. Seats reserved In advance. Tel. 3090. THE NICOLET - 791 CHAPEL STREET. . ADMISSION FIVE CENTS. ' The Lady Shoppers' Solace. Resort of Ladles and Children. Continuous Performance Afternoon and Nlsht. Moving Pictures nnd Polite "Vaudeville Programme Changed Monday, Wednes-. day and Friday. Hotels. ftry one of the . Cafe Boulevard's n FAMOUS U DINNER. 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