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iNEW HAVEN HOMING JOURNAL ANDlDOURIER, FEIDAY MARCH 22 3907
The Peoples Bank & Trust Qo. 799 CHAPEL STREET. Offers the advantages of a well equipped and efficient organ ization in successful operation. ACCOTNTS of. Institutions, Trustees, Firms and Individuals are desired, and tne same care and attention Is given to Smali as to large deposits. LETTERS OP CREDIT and Travelers' Checks. INTEREST ALLOWED on deposits subject to check. AUTHORIZED to Act ns Trustee Agent, Guardian, Administrator, Executor. WE ALLOW 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. Safe Deposit Boxes. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. BENRY G. Newton, Pres. FRED C. BOYD, Vice Pres. . R. D. MCIR. Treas, IN AND ABOUT THE COURTS JLOXO URAWN OUT QUIET HOUSE fcW? SETTLED. Hiller Estate Distribution Italians Are HeldBoys Before Juttge. Tyner Harris Leeman Charged With Plumbing Without a License. Attorney Carleton F. Hoadley, repre senting the firm of Hoadley & Thomas, the. well-known local lawyers, received word yesterday morning from Judge Joel A. Reed of the superior court that the long drawn out "Quite House case'' of Plymouth, Conn., has been settled, for the verdict in Judge Reed's deci sion shows a clean victory for the heirs of the estate, and Messrs. Hoadey and Thomas represented the heirs and their Interests. HILLER DISTRIBUTION. Judge Studley of the probate court has admitted the 'distribution of the estate of the late Abigail M. Hiller. The distributors were Harrison Hew iitt, J. Blrney Tuttle and Judge E. C. Dow. They alloted in the real estate allot ment, the old homestead In College street to Judge Charles Aldis Hiller of Kansas, and he opposed the allotment. The other heirs were satisfied with their portions. Judge Hiller has not yet filed an ap peal to the superior court. ' ITALIAN'S ARE HELD. "When the case of Glaconio Borfelli, charged with assault with intent to kill, was called in the city court yes terday morning, it was continued un til the 28th. This is a companion case ito that of Ferdinand Vaccato, whose case was continued yesterday. These are the two men who are ac cused of having demanded $500 of James Dibella, and with firing two shots at him as he stood in the window of his home at 12 Prlndle- alley. Attorney Spinello has been retained to defend the men. The bonds are $1,000 each. Other al leged companions of the men have not yet 'been captured. BOY'S BEFORE OITT COURT. Four young boys, Joseph CIan4ro, Pasetuale Caporale, Antonio Cretella and Ernest Maori were before Judge Tyner in the city court yesterday morning, charged with stealing $5 worth of tin from Sargent's shop. All the cases were continued until Monday under bonds of $50 each. Harris Leeman was charged with do ing plumbing work without a license from the board of health, and his case was continued until Saturday. He lives at the corner of Commerce and Fac tory streets. William Fogarty was given thirty days in jailV for drunkenness, and Thomas Kline was fined $5 and costs for the same offense. John Wolf was charged with com mitting a breach of the peace on his wife, Jennie, at their home in Westvllle and the case went over until to-day. Pasquale Miattel, a fourteen year old) ' boy, was charged with stealing a can of fancy cakes from Frank Goetz's bakery, and the case was continued un til July 20, nisi, under the care of the probation officer. Charles Ch lids was fined $2 and costs for stealing a horse blanket from George Nesblt's stable at 20 George street. . William Spiain, twelve years old, had an old charge of breach of the peace against him nolled. VARIOUS ITEMS. 'Roger Vinal of Branford, who left Monday for Waco, Texas, where, he ex pects to locate in the hardware 'busi ness, will reach his destination the last of the week. v ' It was announced that eminent solo ists will assist the United States Ma rine band of Washington, D. C, in its concert in Woolsey hall Thursctay evening, April 4. Miss Mae Freeland of Kossuth street entertained on Tuesday evening the Teddy Bear Whig.': club, of which she is a member, at her home. The ladles' first prize, a chocolate pot, was award ed Miss Margaret Walsh; the second, an ornament, to Miss Frederick. The men's first prize, a stein, went to John Walsh; the second, an ash tray, to Mr. Rhelnwald. An enjoyable miusicale and supper followed. The Colonial Dames will ir.aet in this city to-day as the guests of Mrs. C. H. Townshend. Miss Bertha Keegan of Bishop street has returned from a seven months' visit with her aunt, Miss Jennie Riley of Providence, R. I. The Savin Rock Hose company is planning a hobo smoker to be held In the engine house to-morrow evening. The trusty fire boys will appear tog ged out as "knights of the road," tat tered and torn but with appetites keen for the many enticing dishes of which the" menu "will consist. After the din ner there will be a short program of singing and dancing. On Wednesday afternoon the ladles of Admiral Foote W. R. C. met in G. A. R hall on court street. Corps opened In the usual manner in the singing and prayer by the chaplain, Charlotte Brown, president, in the chair. On Wednesday, March 27, there will be a social whist with Mrs. Estelle Blair of 17 Waverly street. Should the day be unpleasant the party will meet on Thursday. After the close of the meet ing cream and cake were served and a social hour given in honor of our guest. Mrs. Carlton Wiggins of New York ' Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles C. Oram of Washington ave nue, West Haven. Alias Antoinette P. Welch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Welch of West Haven, who are spending the winter at Warner hall, had a narrow escape from a very serious accident. Her clothing caught fire from a gas stove. Robert Kelsey s presence of mind prob ably saved her life. He pulled down a portier and wrapped It around her, which smothered the fire and upon ex amination it was found that only her hair was burned. It was remarkable that she escaped without severe in Jury. A Voice From The Stomach A BLOODLESS FIGHT BETWEEN A TABLET AND A HABIT THE HABIT WINS. At toe age of twenty-two Clarence had good digestion. He had gastric Juice that could dissolve doughnuts and turn apple-skins into good blood corpuscles. At the age of twenty-four he began to be profuse about the waist and lean backwards. He also began to cultivate several chins. In his new-found pride he began to think it his duty to gorge himself on everything, the good and the bad, for appetite feeds on appetite and every good thing is abused. His pictures showed that he took on weight after he put his collar on. At the age of twenty-six Clarence married and went to boarding. On top of all this he attended oyster suppers and wine dinners, which reduced the size of his collar from 16V4 to 15. With still abiding faith in the strength of his stomach he gulped tils meals and chew ed them afterwards. At the age of twenty-eight Clarence began to hear an inward voice a warn- i ing from the stomach. After each meal he would feel bloated and belching be came a habit. 1 He began to be a light eater and a heavy thinler. He tried to think out a cure, for now he would sit down at bis meals absolutely dlsguated at the thought or sight of anything to eat. He would sit down at his meals with out the trace of an appetite, Just be cause it was time to eat. He would often feel a gnawing, un satisfied, "still-hungry" feeling in his stomach, even after he was through eating, whether his meal was well cook ed or not. And he suffered a good many other things with his stomach that he could not explain, but that made him grouchy, miserable, out-o'-sorts and generally sour on everybody and every thing. Finally he read an account, something i like this, about tne truly wonderful re sults obtained from Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets In all cases of stomach trouble, dyspepsia, and so on. He bought a 50 cent box at the drug store and took the whole box. When he started he had little faith and less appetite. When he finished he had absolute faith and more appetite, and more good cheer. Things began to taste different and bet ter to him. Now he has.no raort dyspepsia, no more indigestion, no more loss of ap petite, brash, irritation, burning sen sation, heartburn, nausea, eructations, bad memory, or loss of vim and vigor. Remember, one Ingredient of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest for you 3,000 grains of food, Just as it did for Clarence. This relieves your stomach of the work of digesting until your stomach can get strong and healthy again. Your stomach has been overworked and abused. It's fagged out. It needs a rest. . .. . Let Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do the work of your stomach. You will be surprised how fine you'll feel after eating, and how lusciously good every thing will taste to you. Heed the call of the stomach now! There's a world of good cheer in one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at any drug store, 60 cents. Send us your name and address to day and we will at ance send you by mail a sample package free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 84 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich. STOCK MARKET FEATURES SOME STRENGTH SHOWN WITH A BETTER FEELING. The Closing Augured Well Shorts Did Some Covering Higher Discount Rate by Bank of France The For eign Sltantlon Time Loans Here The Day's Gossip. It was dull yesterday tn the stock market with rising prices. On the whole the market was strong. Liquidation was absent, so that the ac tivity was mainly supplied by those who are short of stocks, and see in the market's resistance a hint to cover. The shares which have been giving the cue to the' rest of the list rose from 2 to 3 1-2 points after starting weak. The advance in the rate of the Bank of France to 3 1-2 per cent. Is a belat ed confession of the disproportion of French discounts to those of every oth er European nation. It Is not likely to react very much to the disadvantage of borrowers unless it leads to a rise in the Bank of Germany and Bank of England rates. Baltimore and Ohio makes another weak showing for February. Excessive charges are responsible, as there was a grogs gain of $137,000. The net for eight months shows a loss of $100,000. A condition of dullness prevailed In the time loan section of the money market yesterday. The feature was the negotiation of a single high grade loan at 5 3-4 per cent, for six months, the first break from the 6 per cent, rate that has occurred in quite a while. Outside of this transaction 6 per cent, was quoted for both long and short maturities, with money really scarce for the latter, and in moderate supply for the former. No further effort was 'made -to dis lodge Tennessee Coal. The bear looks at this stock pegged around 140, and yielding about a government bond in come, and figures out a paper fortune in selling it short. A sarp break in the Erie was an early feature. It sold off one and one half points on a pu'blishei story that the company had decided to stop all important improvements, aggregating some $20,000,000. TI1I3 was assumed to have been done if true because of in ability to raise funds for the purpose in the existing money market. Wall street assumed that some other compa nies might follow the Erie's example. From the personnel of the buyers yesterday it was surmised that Stand ard Oil interests were taking some stocks. In the last hour there was a sharp rise in stocks, based on a concerted move against the short interesis. Un ion Pacific, Beading, and other leading issues were taken in hand, and bid up rapidly. Various rumors were cir culated to help things along. One of these had it that a statement would tie given out at the White House to-day, which would indicate a desire on the part of the president to placate rail road interests. Few took this serious ly. It is all the time harder to force li quidation. Stocks were not so easily assailed as they have been, and the quite short covering that wenton was considerable in the aggregate. YESTERDAY'S STOCK MARKET. Notable Shrinkage In the Volume of Dealings Closing Unsteady. New York,. Marco 21. There was a notable shrinkage in the volume of dealings in stocks to-day, which was regarded, on the whole, with satisfac tion by the financial community. There was little or none of the urgent selling pressure to-day which has developed at one time or another during a ses sion for many days past. The early market made some disquieting dips and there was more or less feverishhess perceptible in tiie movement of prices; but this was on a diminishing scale, and the tendency was towards a dis tinctly quieter market. The situation seemed to be that effective support was forthcoming at last for any at tacks on prices. The market was en abled to advance slowly as a conse quence. The demand was not large, however, and the gradual hardening tendency after the opening weakness was 'Interrupted by many halts and backsets and Intervening periods bor dering on stagnation. There was a noticeable resumption to-day of the buying in odd lots, which was supposed to represent ttie presence in the market of the small investor. Operations of a larger class on margin were almost entirely In the hands of the professional class, and their many shifts of position accounted for the constant backing and filling of the mar ket. The incident of the day to which most importance was attached was the advance in the official discount rate of the Bank of France from 3 to 8 1-2 per cent., carrying ttie private discount rate up with It to 3 3-8 per cent. Various theories Were put forward to account for It, but the action of the French bank, broadly considered, is accepted as confirmation of .the world-wide tightness of money markets. To-day's Bank of England return showed an ex pansion of $14,760,000 In outstanding credits, which was the principal factor in the decline of the condition, the re serve and bullion Items being little changed. The period of tax collections In London Is now passed, and It Is not considered probable that the Bank of England will control the money market so absolutely as heretofore. With the April settlemenst out of the way, it is doubtful whether the tacit agreement which New York bankers are assumed to be under to take no gold from the London market Will be no longer ob served. Official announcement by the Erie railroad to-day of the postponement of sweeping plans for new outlay marked another stage In the retrenchment pol icy of Hie railroads in order to relieve the undue pressure of the insufficient supplies of capital available. . Some stocks ended the day at the best prices, but the closing tone was rather un steady. - , Bonds were heavy. Total sales par value $1,598,000.'. United States bonds were unchanged on call. r NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. Reported over private wires of Prince & Whitely, members of the new York and Boston Stock Exchanges, New York office 52 Broadway and 15 Center street New Haven Conn New York, March, 21. . High. Low Bid. Asked. Amal Copper .. 93 94 91 93 Am. Car 36 37 36 37 Am. Cot., Oil .. 31 80 29$ 29 Am. Loco 4 65 64 65 Am Smelter ...117 120 115 120 Am. Sugar 121 122 121 122 Ann Woolen ... 29 2,9 28 28 A T & 6 I F.... 91 92 90 92 do pfd .... 96 96 95 95 B & O. ....... 99 99 99 99 B- R- T. 54 54 , 63 64 Canadian P ...171 172 170 171 Cent of N J ..180 180 180 180 Cent. Leather .. 30 30 30 30 Ches. & Ohio... 41 41 C 41 41 C. & Gt. W. ... 14 14 13 14 C M & St P ...130 132 130- 132 Chi & North. ..148 148 147 148 C. F. & Iron .. 35 35 35 35 Con. Gas 117 120 117 119 Del. & Hudson. 117 118 117 117 Erie 28 28 27 28 do 1st pfd 65 65 64 64 Gpn- Electric ..145 146 146 145 Gt. North, pfd. 141 145 140 146 111. Central ...143 143 143 143 Inter. Met 25 25 25 25 dop fd K9 69 69 59 Louis. & Nash. 117 118 117 118 M. K. & T. pfd. 64 65 64 65 Mo Pacific .... 72 75 72 J3, N. Y. C. & H. ..118 118 117 118 N Y O & W ... 38 38" 38 38vt. Nor & West .. 78 78Vi 77 78 Northern P ...125H 127. 124W 124i Penn. R. R. ...121H 125 121 122W Peo. Ga3 89 89 89 89 U Reading 105 105 101 105 Rep I. & S. ... 26 Vs 27 26 27 do pfd 85 80 84 S4"i Rock Island ... 21 22 21 22 Southern P. ... 80V 81 80 8154 Southern Ry. .. 22 H 25 22 V, 25 do pfd .... 74 74 H 74 T. Coal & Iron.l39"4 142 139W 142 Tex. & Pac. ... 28 28 28 28 si Union Pacific .135X4 137 133 1371! U. S. Rubber .. 46V6 4G 46V, 46 U do pfd ....103 103 102 103 U. fe. Steel .... 87 37 36 371! do pfd ...100 100 99 100 Wabash pfd ... 25 26 26 26 W West. Union .. 80 80 80 SOU W., Lake Erie 12 12 12 12 Boston Stork 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, March, 21, , High. Low. Bid. -Asked. Adventure ... 4 4 4 4 Allouez , 58 Arcadian .... 7 7 7 8 Atlantic 16 10 16 17 Bingham 21 21 20 21M. Boston Cons. .. 27 26 27 27 Cal. & Hecia..8S5 885 '880 890 Centeenial . .. 36 36 36 37 Cop. Range ... 83 82 S3 83 Daly West .... 16 17 Franklin 21 21 21 21 Granby 135 135 135 136 Greene .. ...... 24 24 24 24 Isle Royal 23 23 23 24 Mass Cons C 6 6 6 Mohawk 84 85 North Butte ... 92 91 92 92 Old Dominion . 51 50 51 5iy Osceola 140 138 140 145 Parrot 23 23 23 24 V Quincy 120 119 120 ' Shannon 19 19 19 19 Tamarack . ...120 120 118 120 Trinity 24 23 23 23 U S. Mining .. 58 65 55 56 Utah Cons. .. . 62 60 61 02 Un, Copper .... 65 65 65 65 ;.T-A,r- "9 US'a 119 120 Swift & Co ...106 .106 105 106 Un. Shoe 60 59 60 61 do pfd .... 27 27 Un. Fruit 108 108 107 108' New Haven ...179 178 L Mass. Gas ..... 60 59 69 60 Cntton Mnrktt. Reported by Dick BrosN & Co., num bers of the No- York Stock and Cottori Exchanges. . Branch office No. 32 Center street. New Haver Conn. New York, March, 21. High. Low Last. Mar 958 943 Apr 960 950 May 973 954 July 974 957 Aug 975 961 SepU- 980 972 Oct., .' 1000 . 987 P": 1008 v 996 958 970 970 975 998 1006. F. S. Butterworth Co. ;-: . .1. -.- ' Brokers Private Wires to New York EXCHANGE BLDG: Tels. 3100 3101 C A Clean fiecord of Sixty-FourYears. No' Law Suits Or unnntfl 1nM itnrlA any policies issued by the North Agen cy since is was established In 1843. Should this mean anything to a property holder who wants to get the benefit of an experienced and reliable agency to look after his insurance Dusiness? Our rates are exactly the same as those charged by others. Why not look Into this matter a lit tle? Perhaps you take less pains In selecting your insurance than vou do your cigars. JOHN C. NO FIR. TO CHURCH STREET. First Building North of the Post Office. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 State Streei. ESTABLISHED 18S4. Capital, . f 35 ,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. Prince & Whitely Bankers and Brokers, J2 Broadway, New York, and 15 Center St., New Haven. Members N. T. and Boston Stock Ex changes, Produce Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trade. C. B. BOLMER. Manager New Haven Branch. ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY STOCKS AND BONDS, ALSO GRAIN PROVISION AND COTTON BOUGHT Investment Securities In the great Baltimore fire of February 7th and 8th, 1904, not a single safe , deposit vault was injured, although the buildings over them were burned to the ground. This is food for thought. Rent a box in our safe deposit vault to-day. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK 745 Chapel Street. ICK BROS. & CO. BANKERS HD BROKERS, 30 BROAD ST., HEW YORK.- HiEMUIERS, New Tork New Tork Cotton ExchlUKO. New Orleans Cotton Exchange. Associate Members Live loads, Cottoa, Grata Had Coif EDWARD B. NEW HAVE It BRANCH HORNBLOWER & WEEKS 27 Center Street SHORT TERM NOTES Members of New York and Boston Stock Exchanges NEW YORK Dlrert I'rlvnte Wires. BRANCH OFFICEI oodjf JcleblCo., BANKERS AND BROKERS, ST Broadway, New Tork. MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange Bonds end Stocks Bought nnd sold on commission for cash or carried on margin 1 also Cotton, Grain and Provisions. Investment Securities A SPECIALTY. New Baven Branch, 28 and 31 Center St. PEN WYOMING at a bargan prica CATLIN & POWELL CO 35 Wall St., New YorK rhone 41S7-S Broad. INVESTMENTS. Slo.000 Connecticut Ry. & Lgi. Co. 4 per cent, Bonds. SlO.flOO Grotnn Stonlngton St. Ry. Co. 5 per cent. Bonds. $10.000 Dimbury Bethel St. Ry. Co. 5 per cent. Bonds. S.OOO New Hnven St. Ry. Co. 1st Mtg. 5 per cent. Bonds. B.000 New Hnven St. Ry. Co. (Edge wood I 5 per cent. Bonds. 5,000 So. N. Eng. Tel. Co. 5 per cent. Bonds. .1,000 Wallingford Gas I.gt. Co. B per cent. Bonds. 1,000 Norwich St. Ry. Co. B per cent. Bends. So. New Enir. Tel Co. Stock. New Haven Water Co. Stock. C. E. Thompson & Sons 610 Chapel Street. THE NATIONAL TRADESMEN BANK OF HEW HAVEN HAS A CAP ITAL AND SURPLUS OF OVER SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND CAN FURNISH ALL REASONABLE AC COMMODATIONS TO THE PUBLIC, . CORRESPONDENCE AND PER SONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED. WILLIAM T. FIELDS, PRESIDENT ROBERT A. BROWN, VICE-PRESIDENT . FRED'KC. BURROUGHS, CASHIER FRANK B. FRISBIE, ASST.CASHIER UNQUESTIONED SECURITY Accounts ot corporations, firms nnd individuals are received by this Bunk on the most favorable terms consistent with sound banking procedure. . We cordlnlly Invite an Inter view with yon. , T?J NIi$r RAVEN m TRUST COMPANY 40 Church St., NEW HAVEN, CONN. Capital .. ..... 20O,0O0.00 New York Cortex Kvehaace. Chicago Board ot Trade. pool Cottoa IGxchaairs. Stocks, co. ' EAMES, Mgr. S3 CENTER STREET. BOSTON CHICAGO T. D. WETMORE, Manager. SECURITIES FOR SALE. Lake Shore R. R. 6 p. e. Notes, 1010. N. Y. N. II. & H. It. H. 5 per cent. Notes. New Haven Water Co. Conn. Railway & Light, t'l of 1051. Mlllikln Bros. 1st 6's, 1021. N. H. Gas Mgbt Convertibles. New Hnven Water Co. Convert. 4's. International Silver, 1st Mtg. 6 p. c. Consolidated Ry. 4's, 19.18, Endorsed. Swift & Company 5's, 1014. International Silver Co., Pref. Mlddletown Street Railway Co. Bs. KIMBERLY. RQOT & DAY, TeL 1101. 133 Orange Street Private wlrs New Tork and Boston. James B. Smith UVESTMEIT BONDS 141 Orange St., New Havsn, Conn II. C, WARREN S CO., BANKERS Dealers in Investment Securities 108 ORANGE ST. IUnion Trust Co, NEW BAVEN. ' CHARTERED by the State of Con necticut with authority to act aa TCveniltnr Arimtnlatratr.. n . . celver, or Trustee, under will or deed. i jogm utipuauory 01 money paid Into Court and public Trust Funds Acts at Trustee for Municipalities, Cor porations and Individuals, and admin isters trusts of all kinds. Empowered to act as registrar of stocks, bonds or other evidence of Indebtedness, manage sinking funds, and do all business such as usually done by trust companies It also does a general banking- bus iness, collecting- checks, notes, coupons and receives deposits. The principal of each trust Is invested by itself and kept separate and apart from the e-eneral assets of the Company. This Company Is by law regularly ex amlnod by the bank examiner of tha State of Connecticut. HENRY h. IIOTCHKISS. President. EUGENE S. BRISTOL, Treasurer. James H. Parish & Co., succeeding NEWTON &, PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in Investment Securitie 86 Orange Street THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL EVERY FACILITY AND CON VENIENCE IS OBTAIN ABLE HERE. MAKE-YOUR DEPOSITS WITH US AND BE CONVINCED. 276 STATE ST, Op. Woostsr St JtttUttalnmsntSj HYPERION THEATRE TO-NIGHT. MR. WILLIAM FA VERS HAM (By Arrangement with Chas. Frohman) In the Stirring American Play "THE SftUAW MAN." Liebler & Co., Managers. Prices $2.00, J1.50, J1.00 75c, 50c. Seats now selling. 1 1 .mi , nil .tn a a a 1 dim.,), ...I G. is. ft : w h.l.r. iiontu-o Thursday, Friday Saturday '.March tl. ii, 23, Matinee Saturday, Bickel, Watson and Wrotlie, in the Musical Trouble Chaser, TOM, DICK and HARRY." Regular Popular Prices. Mpn., Tues., Wed., March 25-26-27 Matinee Wed. Billy s. Clifford, in tho Mirthful, Musical Fantasv, A JOLLY BARON. Regular Popular Prices. POLI'S NEW HlEATRE ENTIRE WEEK OK MARCH 18th. . Lasky-Rolfes Big- Production THE MILITARY OCTETTE. 12 PEOPLE 12 JACK LORIMER The Breeder of Scotch Smiles. 8 Other BiK star Acts S Poll's Popular Prices Prevail. BIJOU THEATRE "'"-y-; run rroprietoi WEEK OF MARCH 18th. THE STOCK COMPANX , ; THE MASQUERADERS. Poll's popular prices, 10c-20c-80o, Ladles' Matinee Daily. Beats reserved In advance. Tel. 30S6L SASSACUS BAZAAR. Canton Sassacus, No. 1, P. M., I. O.' O. F Bazaar, from March 16th to 23rd Inclusive. Something- new In Fairs, many novelties, free entertainment each evening. Public Invited. Admis sion 15 cents. Coupon tickets on sale. SASSACUS ARMORY, 48 Church St., Championship p)7 ( Qnlnnlplnc Rink, Jr MjXf 1S3 Grand Avenue. TO-NIGHT WATER? U3Y vs. NEW HAVEN. Roller Skating- before and after game. ADMISSION 25 CENTS. Reserved Seats at Lauber's. 800 Chapel. Aulomobile Show. Armory, Match 21-30, I fo II p.m, ADMISSION 25 CENTS. . Beautiful Exhibits. Band Concerts. HOTEL RTTDOEF.. Atlantic City, N. J. Directly on the beach;' American ana; European plans; 400 ocean view rooms!' 100 suites, with private sea water baths) phones In rooms; orchestra; weekly Ra cial features; capity 1,000; speolaT, ' spring rates. Chas. R. Myers, awna& RALEIGH. Most select and attractive moderate priced hotel on the beach, accommo dations, service and cuisine excel any In town atsimllar prices. Capacity 500. All modern conveniences. Book let. H. J. DYNES. HOTEL- DENNIS. Atlantic City, N. J. Occupies one-half square of unob structed ocean front. WALTER J. BUZBY, Seaside House. Atlantic City, N. J. Bert location on the. Ocean front Com plete. Modern. V. P. COOK SON. THE PENNHURST. Ocenn End, Michigan At. Rooms en suite, with baths; long- dis-i tance 'phones In rooms; elevator t street. Special Bprlng rates. WM. HJ HOOD. I ny-w Cabacity. 360, Table and eer- HOTEL JACKSON. FIREPROOF. On the Beach at Virginia avenue. Overlooking the famous Steel Pier. Re furnished throughout. Complete In every hotel comfort and appointment. American and European plans. Finest cafe in tho city. Music. Special spring- rates. $12.50 up. weekly; $2.50 weeKiy; jz.du up, aauy. Coach meets all trains. American plan. Coach meets JOHNCKUSS, Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot. NEW HAVEN. CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hote The Hof-Bran House Has a High Class GERMAN KITCHE.N And the Following Famous Four. Imported Beers Burger Drnu Pllsen Mnncher Hof-Brau, Nurnberger Turner Bran, t Wurxburger Burger Brau. Enough Said! ' corner Church nnd Crown Sts. ITiuatKiaL Securities for Sale.1 New Haven Water Co. Stock. New Haven Gas Llitht Co. Stork. New Haven nnd West Haven Horse It, H. Co, G per cent. Bonds. Rockvllle, Rroadbrook East Wtndso 1st Mtsr. 5 per cent. Bonds. Guaran teed by Hartford and Springfield Street R. R. Co. Sauduskee, Fremont & Southern Is Mtg; 5 per cent. Bonds. Guaranteed by the Lake Shore Electric R. R. Co. New Haven First Mortgage JJ and 6 pe cent. Real Estate Loans. Lamas & Nettleton BANKERS AND BROKERS. 137 Orange Street. I 111' 1 in.