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KEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 1800
31
709 CHAPEL STREET.
4 per cent is paid on Savings Accounts.
We also pay a small rate of interest on
Checking Accounts.
Open all Saturday Evening.
MOCK MARKET FEATURES
TUEASVnT 11ELIEF JlKViVES
t
BULLISH FEELISG
And Stocks Advance In Lively Manner
Call Money Dropped to S Per Cent.
-A Million Share Day Once More
Hie Copper Stock. "Rlclit" on St.
' Paul Xiplftsing AgainGossip.
The stock market bulls took on new
courage yesterday over Secretary
Shaw's announcement of help to the
money market and advanced prices ac
cordingly. ' The announcement that $20,000,000
treasury funds will be rendered Imme
diately available for money market
use, half through bond redemption and
half through treasury deposits, was
iulte In line with what had been anti
cipated on Monday afternoon.
Call money opened yesterday morn
ing at 10 per cent., sank gradually low
er, lending freely at 7 per cent., and
under in the afternoon. In the early
London dealings there was a very
sharp rise in American stocks, in the
course ol which Canadian Pacific went
up 5, Reading 2 3-4 and other issues
from 1 to 2 per cent. Prlceu here fail
ed to adjust themselves at once to the
(higher level, and there were repeated
evidences ot hoavy profit taklng.which
caused considerable irregularity
throughout the session. But in the
main the upward tendency was fairly
well preserved throughout.
At exactly 12 o'clock noon the tape
reported the sale of a block of 10,000
shares of Reading at 151 3-4. This is
the heaviest single sale that has been
made on the Stock Exchange since the
speculative activity early In the sea
son, it represents, In money value,
$758,750, Reading stock 'being only half
shares.
Union Pacific, Southern Pacific and
lAtchlson were also heavily bought at
rising prices in the afternoon, while
Great Northern and Northern Pacific
fully shared in the strength and lead
ership of the other western Issues.
'Reading made Its high price at the
opening, and was sold very freely
along with Pennsylvania, copper and
the steel stocks In the latter half of
the session.
For a few minutes at midday St
paul and Union Pacific added a little
extra excitement to tne Hangers-on
around the brokerage house tlcketrs.
At 12:25 St.. Paul caught up to Union
Pacific at 186. During the succeeding
five minutes; they ran neck and neck
at about that price, then St. Paul
bounded away to 188 5-8, gaining near
ly twd points on Union Pacific, which
rose slowly to 186 3-4.
Colorado Fuel scored a further ad
vance. The advice to buy this stock
for much higher prices is on tap every
where. A new set of capitalists was
said to have become interested In the
stock.
The copper stocks were again prom!
nent and held most of their Improve
ment. !Ai3 heretofore pointed out, ex
pectation In some quarters that the
Anaconda dividend would 'be increased
before the end of this month, probably
accounted for some of the buying.
Amalgamated would benefit by this.
The current gossip was that the an
nouncement as to the new and pre
sumably valuable "rights" in St. Paul
would be made very shortly. One bull
said the "regular time" was Decem
ber 26.
There was evidence that the specu
lative outeide public was In the stock
market to a greater extent than for
some weeks. The "wire houses"
handled several times as much interior
business as they did last week.
Nipissing stock was against the feat-
tire of the trading. Dealings in It,
while considerably smaller than on
Monday, were accompanied by sharp
fluctuations in the price. Opening at
H, the price Was depressed to 12 1-8 on
active selling by traders, but in the
afternoon there was a sharp recovery
to near the opening figure. The belief
prevailed in some quarters that the
urgent selling of the stock was over,
and that from now on a gradual in
provement in the price is looked for
The directors of tho company will meet
mext week, and it Is expected that the
dividend will be increased. About 40,-
000 shares were traded In. ,
The further buying of United States
Steel common, which was called
"good," naturally brought up renewed
talk of a possible increase in the
quarterly dividend early next year.
The stock has only begun to sell ex
dlvldond, but this company announces
dividends a long time in advance of
their payment.
New high records were made by Re
public Steel and Canadian Pacific. In
the case of the former intslde manipu
lation was In evidence. In the latter
the pool helped to duplicate the per
formance in London.
In Boston yesterday the general list
was narrow and quiet, save for good
buying of New Haven and Hartford
at 193.
AN INTERESTING STORE.
One of the Christmas Gift Seeker's
Meccas is Tiernan's Art Shop.
One of the most interesting shops in
New Haven during this gift-aeeklng
pre-Christmas seagon is that Mecca of
the lover of the artistic and connoiseur
of art maintained by Frank W. Tlernan
at 827 Chapel street. This ehop, the
home of the highest grade of art goods,
was established many years since by
the late Evarts Cutler, who set up for
It a reputation and aim which is being
worthily maintained by his successor.
Tiernan's store la unique in many
respects, and i't is particularly interest
ing during the holiday season, for every
article in this bewllderingly large and
varied stock will make a tasteful pres
ent. It could with propriety be styled
"The Gift Shop," for turn where you
will from, counter to wall, you find just
the thing tha't will be sure to please
every dear friend and loved one In your
circle.
Not only is all the old charm of this
shop, maintains!, but Mr. Tlernan Is
found to be a progressive merchant, and
art lover; for he is constantly adding
new lines, and by keeping in close touch
with the studio, the attellers and im
porters of art wares, he has increased
the standard of the store to a point nev
er before equalled. The finest product
of the French potter, the latest, bit of
artistic handicraft or the newest prim
is almost certain to be shown at Tier
nan's simultaneously with the best art
shops in New York.
Mr. Tiernan's entire business life of
thirty years has been spent in this
shop, he having started as a boy In the
employ of the late Mr. Cutler, and is
therefore best informed regarding the
traditions of this forthy establishment.
iMr. Tlernan, because of his many
years of association with the local pur
chasers of aesthetic wares, has learnel
what the New Havener of artistic ap
preciation likes best, and, too, his pa
trons have learned that In questions of
taste concerning the framing of pic
tures, the selection of bric-a-brac, etc.,
he may be trusted Implicitly. No bet
'ter commentary of the proprietor's dis
crimination can be had than by a view
of the tasteful display of the wares
offered for sale. There Is a refreshing
absence of that raw classification too
often observed In New England stores,
and Instead a happy arrangement is to
be noted everywhere, which offers a
multitude of suggestions for home dec
oration. To vlsl't this shop regularly
is to add materially to one's educa
tion concerning many of the things
worth the knowing.
BERKELEY MEN'S CLUB
At City Mission House To-Night.
At the weekly session of the Berke
ley Men's club to-night at the City
(Mission hall, 201 Orange street, the
speaker n-ill be the chairman of the
club, J. H. Fitzgerald, Yale '08.
Mr. Fitzgerald has recently been in
attendance at the twentieth annual
convention as delegate from the Berke
ley association of Yale and will give a
description of this important gather
ing of college men from all parts of
the United States. All are welcome
with free admission from 8 to 9 o'clock.
assistance to result to the money
market would be moderate.
The ready response was regarded,
therefore, as evidence of the strong
latent sentiment on the buying side
which existed In the market, it Was
evident aleo that a short interest of
unsuspected proportions was left In
a vulnerable position by the easing of
the money market. A bear campaign
Involves not only the borrowing of
stocks but the lending of money. The
recent high money rates, therefore, of
fered attractions for the short side of
the market not only for the specu
lative chance of a fall In prices of
stocks but for the profit in lending
money. Acousations of manipulation
of the money market have been very
prevalent during the recent period of
stringency. The increased speculation
to-day was largely congested in stocks
which are the recognized favorites for
operations by pools and groups of
large capitalists.
The jump In St. Paul was accompan
ied by rumors of an early announce
ment of subscription rights to new
stock. Reading and Amalgamated
Copper were affected by gossip of in
tended dividend Increases. An over
extended short Interest was credited
with special influence in. the rise in
Canadian Pacific to record price.
Money brokers reported the time
money market sentimentally easier,
but no large amounts came out in of
ferings. Profit taking unsettled the
late market somewhat and the closing
was Irregular.
Bonds were steady. Total sales par
value, $2,582,000.
United States bonds were unchanged
on call.
do pfd 120 V,
St. Louis & Southwestern. 25 K
do pfd 60
Tenn. Coal & Iron 160
Third Avenue 122 .
Teaxs & Pacific 37
Union Bag & Paper ....... Si
00 ptd 60
Union Pacific 186 V4
do pfd 93
United States Express ....115
United States Rubber .... 5314
do 1st nfd .....107?i
United States Steel 4!)
do pfd 104
do sink Id 5 p c bds.. 97
Wells-Farso Express 295
Western Union Tele 86
Westinjfhouse Electrical .153
Wheeling & Lake Erie ... 16
do 2d pfd 22
Wisconsin Central 25 14
do pfd 52
Boston Stork Quotation.
SEW rOJK STOCK. MAhKl T.
On the New York Stock Exchange, re
ported by Prince & Whitely, Bank
ers and Brokers, 52 Broadway, New
York, and 15 Center street, New
Haven, Conn.
New York, Dec. 11, 1906.
THE JOHN E. BASSETT CO.
Gigantic Showing of Everything In
Their Line for Christmas.
For over a century the well known
hardware house of John E. Basse'tt &
Co., 754 'Chape', street,, has catered to
the Christmas needs of 'New Haven's
men and women, boys and girls. Dur
ing all these years the store has kept
pace with the growing population of
New Haven and their needs. At the
present time the store is larger than
at any previous period of the firm's
history, and the stock Is gigantic when
compared with that carried years ago.
Those looking for articles for Christmas
gifts will find them galore at the John
E. Bassett Co. They are useful arti
cles as well, and you can find all kinds
of table cutlery, chafing dishes, coffee
percolators, fireplace goods, manicure
sets, pocket Cutlery, razors in hand
some cases, scissors and shears, skates
and sleds, electric novelties, fishing atc-
kle, tool chests, carpet sweepers, ice
and roller skates, and many other ar
ticles too numerous to men'tion.
The New Haven 'Almanack for the
year 1907 is a quaint little book publish
ed In a very quaint style, and giving
much historical data that Is of a very
interesting nature. It has also a cut
showing the s'tore as it was in 17S4 and
in 1856.
"Do you think 'a flying machine
would be eafer than the ordinary
means of ' exploring the arctic re
gions?" "Much safer," answered the inven
tor. "It would be likely to break
down before the party got as far as
usual from civilization." Washington
Star.
oA.SToniAa
B tht - IhB Kind Vpn HavB Always Boujlit
Pignature
of
TESTFRVAY'S STOCK MAItKET.
Prompt Response to Belief Measure of
Secretary Siiaw.
New York, Dec. 11. There was a
prompt and emphatic response to-day
both in the money market and the
stock market to the relief measure of
the treasury department for the money
stringency announced at Washington
was almost spasmodic in its volume.
There were successive advances by
sudden inroads of large buying ordem
at different periods during the day.
The first quotation for money at the
stock exchange was 10 per cent. There
was a flurry to 18 per cent, late in the
day, but the ruling rate was lower
than the opening. Sterling exchange
made a sudden rebound from its rapid
fall of yesterday towards the gold im
port point and the feeling of relief In
London over this relaxation of the
threatened strain on that market's
resources was so great, that the open
market rate for discount rates there
receded. There was a decided expan
sion In the volume of trading. The em
phasis of the response to the action of
the secretary of the treasury was a
surprise in view of the general ex
pression of opinion that the amount of
Amal. Copper .114 115
Am. Car . . . .xd 45 46
Am. Cotton Oil.. 32 32
Am. Loco 75 75.
do pfd ....111 lit
Am. Smelter .. .154 154 '4
Am. Sugar 36 137
a. 1. &, a. i'e..iU4K lOfl'A
do nfd 102V, 102W,
B. & 0 119V4 119'4
B. R. T 79 82
Canadian P. ..197 198
Cent Leather .. 36 36?
do nfd 100 U 100 U
Ches & Ohio... 58 59 it
C. & Gt. W. ... 18 1S
C. M. & St. P. ..184 189
C. & North. . . .211 211
C. C. C. & St. L 93 93
J. l & Iron . .. 574 58 V,
Del. & Hudson.235 230
Erie 46 45
do 1st pfd. 75 76
Gen. Electric ..162 162
Gt. North. Dfd.228V4 231 ',4
Inter. Met 37 37
do nfd .... 75 75
L. & Nashville .146 147
M. K. & T 73 73
Mo. Pacitlc .... 95
N. Y. C. & .H..1S4 134
N. Y. O. & W.. 49 49
North Pacific ..221 223
Paclfio Mall .... 41 41
Penn 139 139
Peoples Gas ... 93 94
Reading 152 162U
Rop. I. & S. ... 41 41
do pfd ....102 102U.
Rock Island ... 31 .31
do pfd .... 87 68
Southern P. ... 94 95
Southern Ry. ,. 34 34
do nfd 94 94 U
Tex. & Pacific . 37 38
Un. Pacific ....185 187
do pfd .... 98 93
do nfd .... 93 W 83154
U. S. Rubber ... 63 58
do pfd ....107 107
U. S. Steel .... 49 49?i
do pfd ....104 105
Wabash pfd ... 43 43
Western Union 86 S7
W. L. E. 2d pfd. 21 21
114 115
44 44
32 32
lit
163
136
104
102
119
79
196
36 V
100 67
17
184
210
93
67
229
45
75
162
228
37
75
145
72
94
133
48
92
221
41
188
98
160
40
102
31
67
94
34
94
37
185
9J
93
63
107
48
104
43
8
21
ill
163
136
105
102
118
81
197
36
100
58
17
188
210
83
57
229
46
76
162
230
37
75
146
72
94
134
49
92
222
41
139
94
150
40
102
31
67
96
84
94
37
IS 6
93
93
53
107
49
104
43
87
21
Cloning; Prices.
The following the the closing prices
reported by Prince & Whitely,
Bankers end Brokers, 25 Broadway,
New York, and 15 Center street, New
Haven.
New York, Dec, 11, 1906.
Bid. Asked.
Adams Express 280
Amal. Copper 115
Am. Car 441
do pfd ioi
Am. Cotton Oil 3114
do pfd 00
Am. Express 245
Am, Hide & Leather pfd .. 30
Am. Ice Securltits 87
Am. Loco 74
do pfd 110
Am. Smelter 153
do pfd ..116
Am. Sugar 13614
do pfd 180
Anaconda Copper 291
Atch. Top. & Santa Fe. . ,1S
do pfd 102
Atlantic Coast Line 102
Baltimore & Ohio 118
do pfd 118
Bay State Gas aj
Brooklyn R. T SI14
Brooklyn U. G 106
Brunswick 16
Canada Southern 67
Canadian Pacific 196
Cent o New Jersey 220
Ches & Ohio 58
Chicago & Alton 29
do pfd 73
Chi. & E. Illinois pfd 120
Chicago & Gt. Western .. 18
do A pfd 72
Chi. Mil. & St. Paul 188
do pfd 200
Chicago & Northwestern. ..210
C. R. I. & P. C. 4 p c bds.. 77
C. St. P. M. & Oninaha ...175
Chti. Term. Trans 9
do pfd 2!
C. C.fl C. & St. L 92
Colorado Feul & Iron .... 67
Colorado Southern 87
Consolidated Gas 138
Delaware & Hudson 228
Del. Lack & Western ....525
Den. & Rio Grande pfd ..84
Erie 45
do 1st pfd 76
do 2d pfd 66
General Electric 161
Great Northern pfd 228
Illinois Central 175
Interborough Met J7
Iowa Central 29
Lake Erie & Western .... 81
Louis. & Nash 146
Manhattan Elevated 143
Mexican Central 26
Missouri Pacific 94
N. Y. Cent. & Hudson ....134
N. Y. Chi. & St. Louis 67
N. Y. & New Haven 190
N. Y. Ont. & West 48;
Norfolk & Western 92
do pfd 90
North American 90
Pacific Mall 41
Pennsylvania R. R 139
Peoples Gas L & C 93
Pressed Steel Car 54
do pfd 98
Pullman Palace Car 1 84
Railway Steel Springs ... 56
Rep. Iron & Steel 40
do pfd 102
Rock Island 31 yt
do pfd 31
do pfd 66
Ploss Sheffield 77
Southern Railway Co 34
do pfd S4
Southern Pacific 94
120
26
61
162
124
37
8.
62
186
94
120
63
108
49
104
97
305
87
156
17
22
26
52
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, Dec. 11, 1906.
High. Low Bid. Asked.
Adventure . , .
Allouez
Arcadian . ...
Atlantic
Bingham . . .
Boston Cons. .
Cal. & Hecia..
Centennial . .
Cod. Ranee . ..
Daly West. ..
Franklin . ...
Granby
Greene
Ifile Royal . . .
Mass Cons. ...
Mohawk
Nev. Cons. . . .
North Butte ..
Old Dominion
Osceola
Parrot
Quincv
Shannon .. ..
Tamarack . . .
Trinity
U. S. Mining .
Utah Cons. . . .
Un. Copper, ...
Wolverine . ..
Am. T. & T. ..
Un, Shoe com..
do pfd ...
I'll. Fruit
New Haven ..
Mass Cons. ...
800
116
44
101
32
91
248
31
89
75
111
158
117
136
134
292
138
106
102
118
118
.
Sl
320
16
68
197
225
58
30
ofd 150
18
74
188
203
210
77
ISO
12
29
93
58
88
139H
229
550
86
45
76
67
162
230
176
37 H
30
33
146
144
27
94
134
6S
193
49
90
90
41
139
94
65
99
186
56
40
102
31
31
67
77
34
94
1 95
4
54
9
13
30
81
865 .
8!)
81
20
22
14
27
24
8
79
19
110
56
139
30
101
16
11
62
64
. 73
..168
,136
68
29
,108
..193
. 5S
4
64
8
13
30
31
855
39
80
19
214
14
27
23
8
78
1S
109
54
138
29
101
16
11
62
64
, 73
168
126
67
. 29
IDS ,
: 192
' 58
4
54
13
30
30
862
38
80
19
21
13
27
23
7
78
18
109
55
137
29
100
16
107
11
62
64
73
168
137
67
28
107
5
55
14
. 30
31
865.
39
81
20
22
14
27
24
S
79
18
109
56
138
29
101
16
110
1 1
62
64
74
137
69
29
108
72
58 59
Cotton S'nrket.
Reported by Dick Bros. & Co., mem
bers of the New Stock and Cotton
Exchanges. Branch office No. 33
Center street.
New York, Dec. 11, 1906.
High Low Last
Dec 993 932 938
Jan 1010 940 948
Feb 054 950
Mar 1027 950 969
Apr 976 969
May 1038 965 985
July . . 1043 970 98D
Chicago Wheat Market.
Chicago, Dec. 11, 1906.
Open., High. Low. Last.
WUEAT-
Dec
May
CORN
Dec
May
OATS
Dec
May . . ...
74-. 74
79. 79
43
43
74 74
78 79
42 62,
44 44 43 43
34 34 34 34
36 ' 36 35 36
LOCAL SECVJUTIES.
Quotations received from KImberly,
Root & Day, Investment Brokers, 133
Orange street, New Haven, Conn.:
j .Par. Bid. Asked.
City Bank 100 148
First National ...... luO 175
Merchants 50 67
Nat. New Haven .... 100 -200
Now Haven County 10 - 17 19
National Tradesmens 100 183
Second Notionnl ....'100 200
Yalo National 100 136 ..
New Haven Trust. .. . 1C1 125 .,
People'sBank & Trust 100 102
Union Trust 100 , 160
Railroad Stocks.
rr. Bid. Asks!
Boston & Albany ... 100 240 241
B. & N. Y. A. L pf... 100 111
Conn. Ry. & Light .. 100 65 72
Danbtiry & Bethel ..25 14
H. & Conn. West 100 49 51
N. London Northern. 109 113
N. Y.. N. H. & H.... 100 191 192
West Shor 25 33
Mlarellaneon Rfoeka.
Far. Bid. Askol.
Adams Express .... 200 275 810
American Brass .... 100 129
Am. Hardware . 100 115
Cons. Rolling .. 100 3
Edison, Boston 100 225 230
lntornltlonut Kllvftt.. 10S .. It
do pfd 100 B0 62
New Haven Gas .... 25 49 5u
New Haven Water.. 60 .. 108
Peck, Stow & Wilcox 25 56 59
Security Insurance... 25 .. 40
Swift & Co 100 111 112
Telephones
N. Y. & N. J 100 125 130
Ches. & Potomac. . . 100 55 58
y9U " 001 CI 'N 'S
This is the week to send your money home as
a Christmas gift next week you'll be too busy.
Use our drafts for any part of the world.
They are SAFE and INEXPENSIVE.
THE YALE NATIONAL BANK,
of New Havea
Temporary Location, 281 State Street, Corner of Woo.ter Street.
HORNBLOWER & WEEKS
Members of New York an d Boston Stock Exchange.
No. OS State Street.
BOSTON
H. IX Broao'TOay
NEW YORK.
New Haven Office, 27 Center Street.
Telephone 349
FRANK D. WETMORE. Manaqar.
NVESTMEHT SECURITIES NETTING 4 TO 5
DICK
ROS. 4 CO.
BANKERS AND 'BROKERS, 30 BROAD ST., NEW HORK.
MEMBERS.
Ner York Stock RscnnnBje. Philadelphia Stock Exchange.
Mew York Cotton Kxchaage. York Coffee Exchange.
New Orteupe Coiton Exchange. Chicago Board ot Trade,
A(oclnte Membere Mtct pool Cotton Exchange. . Stock,
Doada, Cotton, Grain ond Coffee.
EDWARD B. EAMES,
SEW HAVEN BRAKCB. -
r.
CENTER STREET.
Tri-City Railway & Light Co,
Earnings for Six Months, ending Sept. 30th, 1906.
1006. 190$. Increatt.
Gross $803405 $709,285 13-28
jYct 314,249 257,584 22.00
Surplus over fixed charges 168,325
Dividend on Pfd. Stock . . . 69,766
Net Profit 99,058
The above company owns and operates all of the street
railway, gas, and electric lighting properties serving a
population of 100,000 people in the adjacent cities of
Moline a nd Rock Island in Illinois, and Da venport in Iowa,
in which communities prosperous industries havs been
established for many years. We have examined and know
these properties for a number of years and consider- the con
ditions very favorable to continued increases in earnings
We recommend the 6 Pfd. Stock of this Company,
and offer it to yield 6.157c
F. S. Buttetwotth & Co f'?
UCHAKCE BUILDING. TELEPHONES 3100-3101 '
THE
CH AS. W. SCR ANTON
COMPANY
INVESTMENT BROKERS
103 Orange St.
Railroad flonde
Bid. AkeJ,
jferKBiiire 01 rj u ui;.,
Bridgeport Trac. 5s, 1923. .
Bristol Tramway 414,1946
Conn. Ry. & Lt- 148,1951
Cons. Ry. 4s, 1!)5&.-
Cons. Ry 4". SU'...'
Cons. Ry deb, 19S0
D. & N. 4s, 1955..........
Dan. Jieinei , "..,,
Harlem & P. C, 4. 19U..
do 4s, 1964
Hart. & Con. W. 4V4. 1923.
Housatonlc 4s. l'lO
c
U(, un, jw...
Mermen ut"
Northampton 6s, 1909
j r.e
N. H. Cent. 6s, 1933.......
iV ii . w vr r,a. 1912
N H. Street 6a, 1913
New Ixn. si. o, jh
N U Northern "4e. 1910.. .
N Y.. IN. II. ot
N Y N.H. & H 4s. 1914..
N Y & N. H. 3 s, 1947....
NY NH. H. 4, 194T...
N Y & N- H. con 3H. 1956
NY N.H. & H. 4s. 1955...
do Stts. I?";
NY N. E. 4a. 194o
N Y & N. B. 5s. 1946....
N Y Prov. & Bos 4H8.1942
105
107 H
100
101
96 14
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104
101
100
163
100
116
10814
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103 1
114
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Boston K ec, 6s, 1908 .... .
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do 1st 6s 1948
Mlddletown. S.65. 1901 ....
N H Gas con' 4s' I'l'-15
NH Water con 4s, 1910-15
N H City Park 4k
N.H. City Frk 4J
w H Sewer 4s, 1914
NH City Bridge 3Hs
V L. Gas d K. 1st 5s, 1027
vlp. Mil. Water r"r,1932..
I N L. Gut. 5s. 1929
S N K. Tel 5s, l.HS
, p'wlft & Co. 5s, 1914
United 111. 4s, 1940
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THE NATIONAL
TRADESMENS BANK
1)0 ORANGE STREET,
.Nerr Haven, Conn.
STRONG
UP-TO-DATE
ACCOMMODATING
WILLIAM T. FIELDS, President.
ROBERT A. BROWN, Vice Pres.
FKED'K C. BURROUGHS, Cash.
FRANK B. FRISBIE, Ass't Cash.
The best Interests of our Custo
mers carefully served.
Capital $350,000. Surplus $ 1 90,000.
Cardinal Principles of
THE MERCHANTS
NATIONAL BANK
are
Considerate Treatment of Depositors.
Careful Attention to Every Detail.
Our Service Means Satisfaction.
276 STATE ST., OPPOSITE WOOSTER.
The Union Trust Co
NEW OA V Bit.
CHARTERED by the State of Con
necticut with authority lo act ea
Executor, Administrator, Guardian Re.
oelver. .or Trustee, under will or deed.
la lea-al depository of money nalS
Into Court and public Trust Fundi
Acts as 1-ustee for Municipalities, Cor
porations ond Individuals, and admin,
liters trurta ot all kinds. Empowered
to i.ct as regiatra. of etocks. bonds or
other evidence of Indebtedness, menace
sinking funds, and do all bue'nese such
as usually done by trust c&mpar.les.
It also does a general banking bus
iness, collecting checks, note- coupons,
and receives depoelte. The principal of
each trust is Invested by Itself and kept
eparaie ftiiu awart irom tne general
asesis of the Company.
This Company Is by Irr regularly ex
amined by the bank examiner of the
State of Connecticut
HFNRY U HOTCHKIM. Preeldeat,.
XUGfiNB B. BRISTOL. Tmmna,
The Constant f
Growth
Of tbe New Haven Trust Com
pany la substantial evidence of
the satisfactory banking: service
we render ta all, whether the ac
count is large or small.
Your account and basking
business Is invited.
VjUS companV
40 Church St.,
I NEW HAVEN, CONN.
NEW fjAVEN
County
National Bank:
t1 STATS 81 RE El,
f BBTAiUSMBO VO,
Capital, . . $350,000
Surplus n4 Profits, $350,000
Tr rank omens to no,
rosrroKs btest facti
ITT fOB BUSINESS AND IX VITUS
THE ACCOUNT OD CORPORA
TIONS, riRHS, AND INDIVID
UALS, EZEKIEL G. STODDARD,
Pretldeatj
HORATIO G REDFIELD,
(' Cuhleit
WILLIAM O. RfDflLD
Pics k Itelf
Bankers and Brokers,
No. 52 Broadway, New York,
AMD
15 Center Street, New Haven
Members N.T. Stock Sscnange. Produce
Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trade.
C. B. BOLMER,
Uenager New Bares Branch.
AlJt CLASSES 0) RAILWAY.
STOCKS AND AONDS, ALSO GRAIN.
rROVISIOHS and COTTON BOUGHT
AND COLD ON COMMISSION.
Investment Securities
James H. Parish & Co.,
succeeding
NEWTON &. PARISH.
Stocks and Bonds
Dealers in Investment Securities
86 Orange Street'
SECURITIES FOR SALE.
New Ilnven Gna Light Co. Stock.
New Haven Water Co.
United Illuminating Co.
Conn. Railway & Light. 4s of 11)51.
N. Y., Ji. H. & H. R. It. Conv. 3V8.
Mllllkln Bros, lat O's, 1021.
International Sliver 6'a, 1048
N. H. Gna LlUt Convertibles.
Rights of the So. New Bug. Telephone.
KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAK,
Tel. 1101. US Orange Street.
Private wire New York and Boston,
URANGE
THAT INSURES.
North's Agency baa been selling In
surance in New Haven lor over fifty,
year.
Cur best friends are those with, whom
we have adjusted losses during that
period.
Moral Insure with North. Office first
building north of Post Office.
MINING
i oureau
ISSUED DAILY
All the news of the mines and the min
ing market. Sample copies free on re
duest. TONOPAH ,
GOLDFIELD
BULLFROG
are featured in this service.
CATLIN & POWELL CO.,
35 Wall St.. New YorK.
James B. Smith
INVESTMENT
BONDS
141 Orange St., New Haven, Conn.
C. E. Thompson & Sons
Bankers and Brokers
Investment Securities
810 Chapel Street
li. C. WARREN & CO.,
BANKERS
Dealers in Investment
Securities
108 ORANGE ST.
BRAXCH OFFICE
I ,. i
di Hclellao & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
27 Broadway, New York.
MEMBERS OF
New York Stock Exchange.
Bonds and Stocks
Bought anil sold on commission for cash
or carried on mnrgini also Cotton,
Grain and Provisions.
Investment Securities
A SPECIALTY.
New Haven Branch, 29 and 31 Center St,
Fire Insurance. :
Large and small lines
Written in the best companies
Lo mas 5u Nettle ton
HANKERS AND BROKE Ji,
137 ORANGE STREET

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