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HEW HAVEN .MORNING JOUENAL AND COURIER. MOXD AT FEBKUARY 18 (1907
Save Your Wloney! You will admit we are doing you a kindness if we can assist you to save your money. A bank account will surely help you. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK 745 Chapel Street. . G. 13. BUNNELL, Manager. Wednesday Night, February 20 RICE AND WEAVER SUBMIT ' Ttic GREATEST MUSICAL COMEDY OK THE SEASON. Thurs., Fri., Sat, February 21, 22, 23. HOLIDAY MATINEE WASH'ISifiTOVS BIRTHDAY. : Wm.'A. Brady's ; MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS 700 CHAPEL STREET. 4 per cent is paid on Savings Accounts. We also pay a small rate of interest on Checking Accounts. Opea all Saturday Evenings, r " Ucttiied by MR, STEINERT'S GENEROSITY STOCK MARKET FEATURES ffS 1- I : The Fanciful Fairyesque I ';' ''..' I "'' ,TiH! SEI''';' 1 ' '-".'".'".v N. H. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WILL PLA T FA VST O VHRTVR E. Organization's President Makes This Possible Musicians. Coining; From N. Y. Philharmonic Orchestra-Distinguished Soloist Arrives. Morris Steinert, president of the New. Haven Symphony orchestra, has gen erously offered to meet the expense o bringing to New Haven the extra mu sicians necessary for the performance of Wagner's Faust overture to-morrow afternoon in Woolsey hall, at the fourth concert in this orchestra's series. Hue Faust overture calls for enlarged brass and reed choirs, and as it is an exacting score the musicians must be men skilled oh' their respective instru ments. As these extra men were not avail able here, and, moreover, as the New Haven Symphony orchestra's treasury does not allow of such luxuries, it was not until Mr. Steinert so generously came to the rescue that Dr. Parker was certain that he could put the Wagner composition on his programme. .. Tiiese extra musicians will come from the ranks of the New York Philhar monic orchestra, and they will come to New, Haven early to-morrow morning in order to take part in the' final re hearsal before the concert. To-morrow afternoon's soloist, Sigis niond Stojowski, the Polish pianist and composer, who is to play the Saint Saens concerto in C minor, will also arrive in time to take part in the "dress" rehearsal, wito the orchestra. This is to' be a programme rich in novelties, as Sir Edward Elgar's "Dream Children" will have its first production in-this country "when it is given under t)r. Parker's direction, and William E. Haesche's newest piece of writing, "A Legend," will also be heard for the first time. . The latter will be given under the direction of the com . poser. , Seats. for the concert will be on sale to-day from 11 a. m. until 1 p. m. at the Woolsey fcall box office, and to-morrow from 11 a. m. until the concert begins. OBITUARY AOMS. Old nnd Vnlned Woodbridge Physician ' Passes Awy, Dr.- John Barker, one of the veteran physicians in this vicinity and who has been medical examiner In Wooibrldga In recent years, died on Saturday at his ihome in Woodbridge of pleurisy. He had been ill a week. ' (Dr. Barker was seventy-two years of age. He graduated from the Yale Med deal school in i860 and afterwards prac tical in this city. He moved to West yille about twenty-five years ago and had been in active practice there up to within a few years, when he retired, although he has continued to act as miedcal examiner in Woodbridge. While in Westville Dr. Barker made a special study of malarial diseases. Dr. Barker was a member of the Connecticut and New Haven Medical societies and the New Haven Medical association. He is survived by his wife and two sons, Wllliaim B. Barker, a lawyer in Brooklyn, N. Y., and Sher man 'W. Barker, who is in business in oCncord, N. H and four daughters, Mrs. Dency Hulett of Princeton, N. J., iRachel P. ct Philadelphia and Grace M., of Colorado Springs, Col., both teachers, and Lucy A. Barker, of Wood bridge. The funeral will be held Tuesday aft ernoon, and the bufial , will be in Woodbridge. V , .'' : .' FUNERAL OF MRS. SPIERS. , The funeral of Mrs. Christina Spiers, widow, of John Spiers, took place yes terday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the residence of her son, John Spiers, 198 Frank street. There was a large at tendance. Rev. Dr. Timm of the Ger man Lutheran church made very feel ing sympathetic conciliatory remarks. The deceased was one of the oldest members of his church. , Her age was eighty-two. There were fine tributes of flowers. The burial was in Evergreen cemetery.- Stahl & Son were the fun eral directors. ""FUNERAL OF OSCAR STRAUSS. Thetuneral of Oscar Strauss took place atthe residence of her ' father. August Straiww-l&XAshmun street, at two. o'clock yesterday'' afternoon. Rev. .Dr. Timm, of whose churftijie was a member, officiated and madeTittuitr.j'e marks for the sad nxicasion. There were beautiful tributes of flowers. The deceased was twenty-six years old. He died after a long illness, and leaves father and mother, and two sif ters. The Interment was in Evergreen cemetery. Stahl & Son were the fun eral directors. DEATHS AT HOSPITAL. There were two deaths at the New Haven hospital yesterday James Bridgett of Hall avenue, Wallingforl, died at 3:45 o'clock from heart failure. He was brought to the hospital on January 7. He was forty years of age. He leaves a sister, .Mrs. Mary Doyle of Wallingford and also a brother. George Reichgott of 1ST Sylvan ave nue died yesterday morning at 8:10 o'clock. He had been at the hospital since February 10, at which time he was suffering from a hemorrhage. Mr. Reichgott was thirty-five years of age, and was a machinist. He is survived by a wife, his father and two or three brothers. I. O. O. F. JUBTLEU. Grand Master Philip Pond made a very interesting tddress at a grand Odd Fellows rally in Danbury Friday night. A large party of Bridgeport Odd fallows attended. MORE HOPEFUL VIEWS FOR IM. MEDIATE OUTLOOK. Better reeling Despite Bunk Statement Sentiment More Optimistic Bull ish Factors Other Factors Expert Opinions. The stock market seems to act as If it wanted to go up, a little more at least, and many of the observers of the market take a more hopeful view as to the outlook. Prices have fallen to where Investors are willing to take hold of them, and considerable of this buying- tias been done, yet selling follows on every little rise, which has to be absorbed well if a further rise is contemplated. . Sentiment has been growing more bullish mainly on account of the well liquidated market position , both here and abroad, the promise of easier mon ey conditions as a result of this blood letting, ,and a currency relict bill that is likely to go through congress tills week. . The bulls, justly, tried to make capi tal out of the placing abroad of the $29,000,000 New Haven bond issue. The sale plainly indicates the favorable dis position of foreign investment interests toward our securities when they are of fered at attractive prices. The trans action is probably the forerunner ot other like operations, which will have an important bearing upon our inter national exchange position. The exchange market ha? more than ever demonstrated the past week the strong position that we have secured abroad, but the market is quite clearly professional, with selling on the rallies. T. P. Shonts at the Iowa dinner said: "The situation is a grave one. , If the various states continue arbitrarily to reduce rates, as some of ttiem are do ing, and tho various labor organiza tions continue to press their demands for increased wages and shorter hours, the next unprecedented crop harvested In this country will be a record-breaking crop of receiverships." . Confidence Is a factor that i? lacking, and, Without it, it is Impossible to car ry on a campaign er' htehef". values. The public is suspicious of Wall street, and the corporations pretend that tiwy are at a standstill on account of the federal and state legislation against them. . . The syndicate formed in Tarls to float the $29,000,000, foreign loan of the New Haven and Hartford Railroad company is not the same group of financiers which handled the Pennsylvania' Rair road company's issue. It is of an in ternational character, being headed by the Soclete Generate, of Paris, wiilch is associated with the Comptoir National d'Escompte, the Barings, of London; the Siope company, of Amsterdam; the Disconto Gesellschaft, of Berlin, and the, Warburg company, of Hamburg. The loan will be issued simultaneously in the four countries interested, and will yield 4 per cent., free of all the government taxes, which will be cover1 td by private arrangement between the bankers and the railroad. Some of tfie Wall street opinions are as follows; N. D. Lancaster, of R. A. Lancaster, thinks currency legislation talk Is help ing the situation, but that matters will not improve much until congress ad journs. Herbert H. Knox, of Herhprt TT. If nor & Co.: "I believe the liquidation has been very thorough, and that ninny dividend paying stocks are at prices that will pay as permanent Invest ments." , L. B. Wilsbn,of L. B. Wilson & Co.: "The first definite movement beyond the limits of the range of prices of the past few days may indicate whether we have had oply a rally In a declining market or a definite tarn for the bet ter." New York Tribune on Missouri Pa cific: "Illustrative in significant ways of (he desperation to which depression manipulators are driven is the week's exhibit in Missouri Pacific. That stock has been rammed and jammed and sold Short on representations that are whol ly amVfoolishly false. The property is in no distress, Kie Russell Sage estate Is not liquidating all the crowding tales are silly aU-the sneerers tempor arily brave by the Tact that George J. Gould Is absent. Missouri Pacific's dividend is In no danger. Missouri Pa cific's market quotation is below intrin sic value. Henry Clews. recognizes the situation as perplexing, but is inclined to think that there will be further liquidation, FACULTY TRIO CONCERT. Second of the Series - to be Given Thursday Mr. Schulz Will Play. On Thursday evening the second of the series of chamber concerts by the Faculty trio will be given in College street hall. Trios by Brahms and Men delssohn are on the program which has been arranged for this concert. The number which perhaps b;is more inter est for New Haven people than either of the trios is the Greig Sonata for piano and viollncello. The piano part will be played by Prof. Stanley Knight and the 'cello part by Leo Schulz. The composition is a beautiful one, and par- j ticularly suited to the 'cello of which Our Stock and Bond Letter for February giving general information will be ' furnished upon application. F S. BlttterWOrth 'cf: Co., Brokers, UCHAKVh BUUD1NO, Private BANKERS AND BROKERS, feT Torfc Stock Emebanes. Kew Vork Cotton Eirhaos. New Orleans Cotton Exchang. Anoetate Memhers l.tvfr Bonds, Cotton, Grnia and Coff EDWARD B. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, DICK BROS. & HQRNBLOWER& WEEKS Memhers of New York and Boston Slock Exchanges. No. C3 State Street. BOSTON New Haven Office. 27 Center Street. Telephone 3710. FRANK D. WETMORE. IWarpqo?. INVESTMENT SECUtiTIES Mr. Schulz is a master. The whole program follows: Brahms Trio, opus 101, C minor. Allegro energlco, Presto non assal. Andante grazioso, Allegro molto. Grieg Sonata for piano and 'vello, opus 3fi, A minor. Allegro agitato, Andante molto tranqulllo, Allegro Allegro molto e marcato Mendelssohn Trlo( opus 49, D minor, liolto allegro ed agitato, Andante con molto tranqulllo, Leggio e vivace. Finale Lllsgro assal appasionate. "Yeh," said Tommy Tuff, "our Sun day school teacher's got sense. She's smarter than mom (s." "Indeed?" remarked Aunt Jane. "So you believe In her, eh?" "Sure. Mc an' her thinks alike. She sez Sunday school don't do me no good at all." Philadelphia Press. Landlady I'm sorry to say, sir, that the coffee is exhausted. Lodger I'm not surprised. It has - been so very weak lately. Strana. "Teddy," is there no school to-day?" "Sure! Yer don't suppose Jest 'cartse I'm playing hookey dat dey'ij close up the school, do yer?" Judge. Kl.W YORK SIOIK MARKliT. Reported ovp.v privates wires of Frtneo & Whltcly, members of the New York and Boston Stock Exchanges, New York office 52 Brondwny and 15 Center street New Havon Conn. New York Feb. 10, 1907. High. Low. Bid.. Askod. Amal. Copper . Am. Car Am. Cot.' Oil Am. Lcco.' Am. Smelter , . Am. Pugar .... Am. Woolen ... A. T. & P. Fe.. do pfd B. & O B. H. T Canadian P. ... Cent, leather .. dies. & Ohio... C. oi Gt. W. ... C. M & St. P... Chi. & North. . C. C. C. & St. L. C. F. & Iron .. Con. Gas Erie Gen. Electric .. Gt. North, pfd . 114 UVi SI 75 145 lSiiVi . 32 104 U9Mi 114 74 1SH 39 53-4 16'j 149 i,i 1G7 90 49 137 4 86 160 169 34 114 41H 31 75T4 14 5 136 32 1144 41 31 71 144T(, 135 32 104 99 114 747, 1X0 39 53 16 149 167 90 49 137 36 160 169 34 135 ' 71 83 129 45 86 154 131 95 124 36 99 26 59 94 26 85 31 175 52 107 46 lf)fi 32 114 44 31 75 145 135 32& 104 99'. 1 14 75 188 39 55 16 148 167 90T 49 13, 36 160 170 34 1361 71 84 130 45 86 154 132 95 125 36 99 20 59 94 27 H 4 99 H 114 7-5V4 1S8 39 53 149 168 90 50 138 36 160 170 34 "j, 135 71 84 130 45 V. S6 1547 132 95 125 36 99 26 59 94 27 S R 31 177 52 107 46 105 32 inter. Met Louis. & Nash.. M. K. & T. pfd. Mo. Pacific ... N. Y. C. & H . ... N. Y. O. & V.. Nor & West . . . Northern P . . . Penn. . . Pen. Gas Reading Rep. I. S. ... do pfd Rock Island ... do pfd Southern P. Southern Ry. .. do pfd Tex. Sr. Pac. . . . Union Pocitlc .. U. S. Rubber .. do pfd U. S. Steel do pfd Wabash pfd . . . 135 71 S3 V4 129 45V 86 ',4 154 ..131 95 8 6 78 99 2 6 14 59 94 H 26 S5'a 34 176 52 107 46j 105 32 85 34 177 52 107 46 105 32 Roston Stccfe. Quotations. Reported over private wires of Horn blower & .Woeks, members of tb TILEPHQNES 3l001l .1l Wirtt. 30 EROAQ ST., NEW YOR' Philadelphia Stock ExchnnB St" Yo'k Coffc Use""": Chicago Board of Trade. pool Ctto Rehsnr. 8tock, e EAMES, Mgr. i.,;L? L:;i i! I ... CENTER STREET. No. 120 Rrondnny NEW YORK. New York and -Boston Stock Et chnnges, New Hayh'' office, 27 Center - street. ' s'v Bostoh;'FPb. 16, 1907. High. Low. Bid. Asked. 1 Adventure .. t 4"4 5 Alloucz .67 70 Arcadian 12 12 12 12 Atlantic 17 17 Bingham ' 30 31 Boston Cons. .. ... : . 30 31 Cal & Hpla. . . .990 990 990 Centennial . .. 45 .- 45 45 46 Cop. Kan go ... 95. 94 94 94 Lilly West 19 20 Franklin ., . 1. 26 26 25 26 Greene 32 "32 32 32 Isle Koynl ..... 29 29 29 30 Mass. Cons. ... 8 ' 8 8 S Mohawk 92 ' 92 92 93 North Butte ..113 112 112 113 Old Dominion .. 6t 59 59 60 Osceola 1C7 167 Parrot 31 31 Qulncv 112 141 Ml 142 Shannon 22 22 22 22 Tamarack ., ..152 152 145 150 Trlnltv 33 . 29 29 29 V, S. Mining . . 63 63 Utah Cons 72 72 72 72 Prilled Copper . 73 73 73 73 Wolverine .. ..197 . 197 197 Am. T. & T. .. 128 127 127 128 Swift . Co. .. 111 H2 Un. Shoe com... 31 CI 64 63 do pfd ' 28 28 I'll. Fruit 107 107 106 107 New Haven ...183 183 Mass. Gas 60 .65 65 66 Cotton Mnfcet. Reported by Dick Bros. & Co., mem hers of the New York Stock and Cotton Exohanjres. ; Branch office. No. 33 Center street, New Haven Conn. Now York, Feb. 16, 190T. Hight Low Last. Mar. May. July. Sept. Oct. . 925 922 922 941 939 941 953 951 96? 052 952, 952 97S ' 976 97S INSURANCE Written in the Standard Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Detroit. 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Smith INVESTMENT BONDS 141 Orange St, New Haven, Conn NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 State 'Street. t ESTABLISHED 1S34. Capital, - - $350,000 Surplus and Profits,! $350,000 This bank offers to de positors every facility for business and invites the ac counts of corporations, firms and individuals. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, , President HORATIO G. REDFIELD, Cashier. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, Asst. Cashier. MINING ' . ' IMaws Bureau ISSUED DAILY All tho news of the mines and the min ing market. Sample copies free on ro quest. TONOPAH GOLDFIELD BULLFROG are featured In this Bervlca. CSTLIN S POWELL CO., 35 Wall St., New YorK. 1 e d nose buns la 1he Tii ne I'u I Coroeay ii K S -W will hi 1 By Joseph Hurt and R, M. Baker The Greatest Chornn Kxtnnt EVERY LINE A LAUGH. lICKUlnr Popular Prices. , J - U. ii. BUNNELL. Mgr. ; 7 MONDAY, TUESDAY, Pebruury 18-J& Theodore Kremer'a Greatest Success, A Desperate Chance f Pounded on tlie Life of the FAMOUS IUUDI.E BROTHERS. Itt-niilnr I'ayular Prices. YPERIO To-nipht and To-inorrow '. Wilfrid North Presents - ETIENNE GIRABDOT In his original part In the Greatest!' Comedy Success, , '-. "CHARLEY'S AUNT." ; With an Excellent Company, Prices: $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c, 25c v " Seats now selling. v Wednesday, February 20. ' '' lime. Kenny Llpzin Company ! Including the noted Yiddish playero, Mme. Kenny Lipzln, Maurice Mosko witz, David Kessler and Samuel Torn berg in ,. "IUFKAIA" A four-act drama byjadob Gordln, Prices: $1, 76c, 50c, 35c. . Seats now selling. ' 1 Thursday, February 21. ''( , Miles Bros. Motion l'ictnrcs i Contest. V , Rofereed by James J. Jeffries. ' Prices: 25c. 35c; '50c. - - . 3 Seats on sale Tuesday. . , ; P'Otrs NEW THEATRE One Entire Wr.plr nt Wir-y,a., is" Matinee 2:15. . ; Evenines 8:15. ; Big Double Feature Offering X vni.TA i The Eleotrlenl Mnryel Ilumnn Storage, ijimrr.v n jh;!eetrleiit I cnst. , Lasky, Rolfe & Co. ire.H;at H T , THE IMMENSU'IION?:. ' . 6 OTHR JUG ACTS Poll i'oiiulur irl-. I'rovnll. V. ' : 'tr BIJOU THEATRE Sylvester Z. Poll.. I'roprletot WEEK OF FEBRUARY IS "LA mSCA" I Poll's popular prices, 10c-20e-30c.lt; Ladles' Matinee Dally. Seats reserved In advance. Tel. S?9a, TALE UNIVERSITY. , : '' NEW HAVEN SYMPHONY ORCHES TRA. , - -.j Horatio Parker Conductor. ': Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 19 at 4 jo.1 In WOOLSEY HALL. V Soloist Sieglsmund Stojowski.' Seats on sale Saturday andMonday from 11 a. m. to 1 o'clock, and Tuesday from 11 a. m. until concert. Seats $1, admission .60 cents, v .. ' fl6;2t Qnlnnliilnc Kink. . f BJXr 1S3 Griiiid Avenue'. TO-NIGHT WAlllNGFORO vs. NEW HAVEN.'1 ' Roller Skating before and after game. ADMISSION 25 CENTS. Reserve.! Se:its at Limber's. 8C0' (jli'spel. Mnion Trust G 1 NEW HAVEN. CHARTERED by the State of Co necticut with authority to act as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Re ceiver, or .Trustee, unaer will or deed. 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