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tfFW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATFRDAY APEIL J 3 1907
31 The Peoples Bank & Trust (Bo. 79 CHAPEL STREET. Offers the advantages of a well equipped and efficient organ ization in successful operation. CCtheNsTaSTnSfr!,nritliutionf; TJ7"tf. VTm ana Individuals are desired, and , the same care and attention la given to Small as to large deposits. LETTERS OP CREDIT and Travelers' Checks. INTEREST ALLOWED on deposits subject to check. AUTHORIZED to Act as Trustee Agent. Guardian. Administrator. Executor. WE ALLOW 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. Safe Deposit Boxes. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. RT G. Newton, Fres. FRED C. BOYD, Vice Pre R. n. JTTIR, Tresa, critics of Wall street refer cynically to these interviews. EVA AND EDDIE IN NEW YORK. the said The Story Ended Rather Sadly, but Better Than Many of Tiiem Do. Eva Redding did not come to New York witih her brother, as the police were given to understand. Eva came to New York last Friday night because Edward Connor had told her up in Chicopes, Mass, that New York was a wonderful place, where very fine wages might be had for the asking and where tiiere were wonderful things to see and to do She had known Eddie, as she calls him, or called him they don't speak now all of two weeks and she knew that what he said must be true. They came to town by boat and went to a boarding house at some place In Manhattan. Eva doesn't know where, and got two rooms. The next day they started out to get the very finest of all the fine Jobs that would present themselves. Eddie felt pretty sure that he could get a job paying him at least $15 a week, and then Eva wouldn't have to work at all. Eva thought that, perfiaps, this was ex pecting too much, but she went with Eddie hopefully. Maybe Eddie wouldn't have sug gested It If he had had enough money to rent two rooms on Sunday night, as he had done on Friday and Satur day night. But Eddie said that he had money enough to rent only one room. Eva and Eddie had been standing in Madison Square when Eddie said this, but now she blushed and began to walk northward. She walked silently, her eyes toward the pave ment, northward for many blocks land Eddie walked with her, past theaters and restaurants till they cams tto Forty-second Street. Eva turned teastward teen because she could not think of anything else to do. And 'Eddie followed on, a bit shamefaced; but with enough self-assurance left (to suggest that they get only the room. After a while they came to Grand Central Station, and Eva fehe would rather go in there and sit up all night in toe waiting room than to do what Eddie said. The noise of people coming and going and the racket of the announcer bawling trains kept them awake for a while, but lafter a bit their heads nodded and they slept all night sitting on the h'gh backed benches. Somehow the wonderful things had L lost a bit of their attraction on Mon J 'day when Eva and Eddie rubbed their 'eyes and crept out Into the gray morn ting to look again for that fine job. With the little money that was left jthey got some coffee, and at noon 'they still had a few cents with which to buy some fruit. But the fine job jdidn't appear all day, and one can't walk all day wito nothing but a cup bf coffee in the morning and a bit bf fruit several hours later, and alto teether things looked very bad. So yhen dark began to fall and th?re (was not even the price of one room Jeft Eva was glad to sink down on the Sower step of the elevated station at Third Avnue and Thirty-fourth Street b.nd rest there at Eddie's suggestion tyhile he went away on some myster ious errand that he had thought of. , For an hour the young girl waited land then she began to walk back and Iforth anxiously looking east, west, tiorth and south for Eddie to come iback. It was bad enough before, but Wthout Eddie Eergt. Roath was on the desk at the East Thirty-fifth Street Station early In the evening wiien a bedraggled girl vearlng a long cheap brown coat that niade a brave attempt to appear ela "borate, came into the station house timidly. "If you could let me sleep here to night, policeman," said Eva hope- Ifully, "maybe tomorrow I could go some place else." They gave Eva something to eat first of all, and she ate it in silence. They asked her to tell them about herself after t'iat but she wouldn't But when Matron Mallon came in Eva jbegan to cry and then she told the imatron her story, all except that part labout Eddie's proposal of, a single room. i Magistrate Sweetser liked the way Eva told her story and turned her over to Miss. Smith, the probation tofflcer, until seh could be sent home. But Eddie was charged with febduction and held on a short affl davit for an examination on Thurday. Eva had got different views about Ed die, it seemed, from those of the day before. When she went back to sit on the court bench where he was after it was all over she didn't speak 'to him. Then Miss. Smith came to her to take her to a private home for iglrls. "Eva," said Eddie as she was going laway. "Eva." But she walked away looking 'ptright before her New York Sun. to Burlington. Nobody in Burlington wanted the 'load and so it was once more started on its way. From that day until yesterday it had been no body knows where. The first heard of itwas yesterday, when it turned up a IMalden. It bears the name of the Sweezy Lumber Company of Maiden on the way tag, but the Sweezy Lum ber Company, disclaims all knowledge of it and refuses to accept It. The company claims it never ordered the lumber, and in support of its claim has the fact Mat company was not in business nine years ago as its princi pal argument.' Boston Transcript. During much of the day Pennsylvania was well supported, and this led those favoring higher prices to think that the bears would In time be driven Into a trap. On the first break 3,500 shares of Pennsylvania were taken in one lot at 123. Then it rallied to 125 7-8. It ia contended by some that the short Inter est in this stock is very larse. , close by the expectation of a fair bank cloe3 by the expectations of a fair bank statement with some addition to sur plus account. The gain in cash was $3,-700,000. YESTERDAY'S STOCK MARKET. 'Perhaps, doctor," said the sick man, "you'd better present your bill." "No," replied the doctor, "I don't want to worry you with that now." "O! well, if you think It's best." "Yes; I'll send it in to your executor In good time." The Catholic Standard and Times. STOCK MARKET FEATURES PRICES STARTED OFF GESERAL LY LOWER. James R. Kerne Again VnrterMooil to be at Work on the Bear Side Action of Erie Common Interesting Abrupt Recovery in Brooklyn Rapid Transit Optimistic Rogers Interview. The stock market started generally lower yesterday, with Amalgamated Copper down a point, and Smelting 1-2 point lower. Other losses were from 1-4 to 1-2 a point, for the most part. Princes rallied a little during the first quarter of an hour, then a hcavv selling movement developed, carrying prices down to the lowest of the week. Amal gamated Copper and Anaconda partic ularly were under pressure. Union Pa cific was also very weak. Prices slow ly rallied up to midday. About 12:30 o'clock another sharp break began, car rying prices down by 1 o'clock to still lower levels for some than during the morning. Reading and Union Pacific were particularly weak at this time, while copper did not eo so low ns earlier in the day. Early In the after noon trading beeamo quieter, but had rallied very little. Prices Move Irregularly Downwards. New York, April 12 Prices moved ir regularly downwards in the stock mark et to-day on narrowing transactions of a professional kind. The declines were said to have induced some liquidation of long stocks, but importance was as signed to the activity of the bears in the market. The news of the day was not o,f great apparent effect, outside a few special stocks, in tne coppers there was weakness both here and abroad. This was in connection with the fall in the prices of copper war rants In London and the marking down of the price of copper on the New York metal exchange. The denials by tha agents of the great copper producers of the reliability of these quotations as an index of the actual market for cop per are given a good deal of discussion, but they do not prevent the stocks of the copper companies from being de pressed by the lowering quotations. Copper securities abroad, including the important Rio Tintos, fell sharply in price. This movement of the coppers had more or less sympathetic effect on the whole market. Professions of ap prehensions over the prospects for tho crops were ,i factor in the depression. Tho growing llstlessness Of trailing was a notable feature, -reduction of of fice forces by brokerage houses is heard of from various sides. The continued decline in money rates both hera and abroad seems to have failed to Incite any active demand for securities. The failure to respond to this development has much to do with encouraging the benrs to make the attacks on the mark et which have been noticeable for two day.i past. . Preliminary estimates of the week's currency .novement with the interior indicate a balance In favor of Now York of less than a million dollars. ,The sub treasury opyeratlons have contribut ed $2,809,000 to the banks since the last bank statement. The market was not under immediate pressure at the closing, but there was no vigorous recovery. Bonds were heavy. Total sales par value, $1,204,000. United States bonds unchanged on ;cali. do 2d lfd 3814 General Electric HSft Great Northern pfd 135 Inter. Metropilitan . 35 International Paper U do ptd '4 hi Iowa Central 18 K. C. Ft. S. & M. pfd 77 Kan. City Southern ...... 25 do ptd 60 Louis. & Nash 1 1 7 Manhattan Ki 138 Mexican Central 22 Mo. Kan. & Texas 33 do ptd Missouri Pacific 744 National Lead 81 . Y. Air Brake 116 N. Y. Cent. & Hudson 119 N. Y. Chi. & St. Louis 42 N Y. & New Haven 173 N. Y. Ont. & W estern 38 Norfolk & Western 76 do pfd 77 North American 73 Northern Pncilie 133 Pacific Mail 27 Penn. R. R 125 Peoples' Gas 92 Vi Pressed Steel Car 3G do pfd 93 Railway Steel Springs .-. . 45 Reading ..107 do 1st pfd SG Rep. Iron & Steel 30 do pfd 88 Rock Island 21 do pfd 50 y Sloss Sheffield 63 Southern Railway 21 do pfd CI Southern Pacific 84 do pfd 113 - St. L. & Southwestern .... 1 do pfd 55 Tenn. Coal & Iron 144 Third Avnue 108 Texas & Pacific 2SV4 T. St. L. & Western 29 do pfd 641,4 Twin City R. T 9(5 Union Ban; & Paper G do ptd ii 3 Union Pacific 137 do pfd 87 U. S. R. & Improvement . . 73 U. S. Rubber do 1st pfd 103 U. S. Stoel 3S do pfd 10.1 '. do sink fd 5 p c b.H . !i Vlr.. Carolina Cliem. ..... 2S Vfe Wabash 14 do pfd 255,4 Western Union 82 Westingliouse Elec. . . , , i .l-ITi VJ Wheeling & Lake Erie ... 3 2 - do 2d pfd 17 Wis. Central , n do pfd 38 'i 38 147, 136 25 14 74 19 SO 25 CI 118 140 23 3GV. 66 75 62 11S 119 44 176 39 77 85 74 Vt 133 29 J25' 92 Va 3tiVi 95 47 107 ofd 30 S6 21 5 1 54 21,4 65 84 HSVi 22 55 143 115 30 2'Jl, 55 97 6 55 137 90 73 43 n 3S 1 an :, 9.5 Ti 2" 1 1 .20 S3 147 131-i 17'.. l!l:i 40, FINANCIAL STRENGTH combined with conservative management and courteous treatment makes this bank a desira ble depository for either active or inactive ac counts. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK ' 745 Chapel Street. BANKERS AND BROKERS. ff Sew Mew Xen KSt - W TUBS? b SO EROAD ST., NEW YORK. Tnrfc Moolt Rxrhana:. Philadelphia Stock Kxchnngft. Vqrk Cotton Kxrhange. New York Coffee Exchange. Organs Cotton Captions e. Chicago Doard of Trade. A routine Member Mm pool Cotto Exehaaes. Storks, Bead. Cotton, Grain Nod Colt e. EDWARD B. EAMES, Mgr. grtuattciat. SEW HAVE! BHAJiCH, 3 CENTER STREET. .HORNBLOWER&W EEKS 27 Center Street COMMISSION ORDERS Transacted in all markets. Members of New York and Boston StOwfr Exchanges NEW YORK Direct Trlvote Wires. Hon ton Stock Qriotnilona. Reported ever private wires o Hr.rr. blcwft S-. Weeks, members c tlis ?-iv York and Boston Stock manires. New Haver, office, 27 Center Street Boston, April, 12. High. low. told. A'. kv' James R. Keene Is again understood to be at work on the bear side, and certa'.nly some of the recent market characteristics hfive looked like this work.. The old time leader has been slowly recovering some of the ground lost in the panic of 1903, when the Har riman forces crushed tho Keene pool in Southern Pacific stock. Nowadays, when Keene turns bear, Wall street somehow refers to it as "revenee." After another drive by the operators for the decline in the last hour prices came to a standstill and began to rally under the lead of Union Pacific and Amalgamated Copper. Pennsylvania also rallied well. The bulk of the buy. Ing probably represented short cover ing. From all appearances the market has been "sold to a Standstill," as a broker explained It and some recovery was due. There was no news on which the better tone was based. The action of Erie common stock was Interesting in view of the fact that the actual certificates are very scarce In the street, according to brokers. Thurs day the stock was loaning at a prem ium of 1-64 per cent., for usr. over night and yesterday It was lending flat. One explanation offered was that London sold a great deal, and the certificates are on the way over. This necessitates the tiorrowlng of the stock in the mean time at a stiff rate. Some of the local shorts preferred to cover yesterday, rather than pay the premium, perhaps fearing that the price might be run up on them. There were several factors that made the lower prices. Most of them were of a sentimental nature. It was said for one thing that Mr. Rogers' bullish talk ought to be accepted with a grain of salt and hedged against; that there was more truth than fiction In the metal exchange prices for copper, and that Mr. Harriman had made another deal something like the Alton when he gave $36,000,000 Oregon Short Line notes for the Baltimore and , Ohio, bought from Pennsylvania. NINE TEARS ON THE ROAD. Nine years is a long time for a load of lumber to be on the road between !the point of shipment and its destina tion. But that is the fate of a load Ithat arrived at Maiden witiiin the last Way or two. It has been side-tracked fat one lumber yard after another, at (various points in New England and New York, but iwthout finding a con bignee who would acknowledge owner ship. The box car 17,228 of the South ern Railway was loaded, so it is re iported, at Bangor on September 12, 189S. Later it made made its appear ance at Rouses Point, N. T., bearing a card addressed to the I. A. Shepard Lumber Company. Where this com pany is or was located was not stated and nobody seems to know. The car iwas next heard from on October 5 of tte game year, when it chanced in- An abrupt recovery in Brooklyn Rap id Transit, after the early weakness was probably based on a movement against the shorts. There was no news bearing on any of the public utilities shares. Consolidated Gas was firm prac tically all day, which led some to think that favorable developments are ex expected soon. Consolidated Gas has a habit of going contrary to the remaind er o fthe list. The London trading amounted to 10, 000 shares with mostly all sales. The j business was of no special Importance. London and continental markets are dull without much stimulus from the lower discounts. In London there were auoted as low as 3 3-8 per cent. The greatest interest there speculatively is in the copper situation. The optimistic Henry H. Rogers in terview was much commented on, but not wholly favorably. Following, as it does, similar interviews by William Rockefeller and E. H. Harrirpn, men who, before the March panic, Seldom if ever gave cut public utterances, the Adventure . .. Alkmc-S! Arcadian . ... Atlantic lilnphain , ... Hoston Cons. , Cal. & Heela.. Centennial . . Cop. Kunpre .. Daly West ... Franklin . . .. Granby Cri'cenn lslo Royal ... Muss. Cons. . . Mohawk North Hntte ., Old Dominion Osceola Parrdt Qnlnoy Shannon . ... Tamarack . .. Trinity U. S. Mining... 3 ',i n va vt s 1S 17 . 25 25 S3 0 S30 "(I 29 SO 79 li 13 17 5 S20 55 V 1 1 17V4 26 S25 SEW YORK STOCK MARKET. iVh Oona! Reported over private wires of Prlno & Whltoly, rrembers of fhe new York and Boston Stock Exchanges. New York ofPce 63 Uroadway and 15 Center strict New Haven Conn. New York, April, 12, High. Low Bid. Asked. Amal. Copper . Am. Car Am. Cot., Oil .. Am. Loco Am. Smelter , . Am. Sugar .... Am. Woolen ... A. T. & S. Fe. . do pfd .... B. & O B. R. T Canadian P. ... Cent. Leather . Ches. & Ohio... C. M. & St. P. . Chi. & North. . C. F. & Iron ... Con. Gas Del. & Hudson. Erie do 1st pfd . Gen. Electr'c . Gt. North, pfd.. Inter. Met do pfd Louis & Nanh.. M. K. & T. pfd. Mo. Phclflo .... N. Y. C. & H... N. Y. O. & W... Nor. & West .. Northern P., ... Penn Peo. Gas ...... Reading Rep. I. & S do pfd Rock Island ... do pfd Southern P., . . Southern Ry. . do pfd .... T. C. & Iron . . Union Pacific . do pfd . . . S. Rubber .. IT. S. Steel do pfd .... Wabnsh pfd .. W., Lako Erie. 93 S7'A . 30 Ms 64 132 125 3H S5V 96 . ..mo 59 175 29 42 135 151 35 131 190 24 s; 5 5 Vi 147V 13 35 69 117 75V4 .119 3 8 '4 77 ,133 ,125 , 92U 107' 80 7 . 21 51 84 . 21 , 66 144 .138 . SS . 48 38 10) 26 . 12 94 37 30 64 132 125 30 95 SG 100 ) 176 30 42 135 161 35 181 192 24 66 147 136 26 59 117 66 75 119 88 77 133 125 92 108 30 87 22 51 84 21 66 144 138 88 43 38 100 26 12 92 86 IP 13(1 125 30. 94 96 99 59 173 29 42 134 150 35 131 190 24 64 147 135 25 19 117 66 74 118 88 77 131 125 92 106 29 86 21 51 8S 20 64 114 1S6 88 43 37 100 26 12 93 36 30 V. C3 " 130 125 30 94 96 . 99 60 175 30 42 134 151 35 131 190 24 64 147 136 25 69 1" 66 74 119 88 77 133 1251, 92 107 30 86 21 51 84 20 64 144 137 88 43 38 100 25 12 Vn. Copper , Am. T. & T. Swift & Co. I'n. Shoe ... do pl'd . I'n. Fruit .. Now Haven Mass. Gas . , 17 16 18 5 . 79 21 ' ,119 17 105 21 51 . 6J . 62 123 10 18 5 78 Vi ST si lt 118 17 105 20 63 60 62 123 79 ;4 8n 16 1 17 1 7 130 132 .106 103 68 18 5 77 8S 51 139 21 116 17 106 20 53 60 62 123 106 -62 6 .111 11.1U .175 174 ' . 62 62 27 111 10 5 : 78 88 52 MO 22 118 18 108 2i, 51 61 63 123 106 68 28 112 61 62 Cotton MnrkU. Reported by Dlclt Bros. & Co., t.v m bors of the Ne' York Stock and Cotton Exchanges. Branch olllce. No. 82 Center Btreet. New Harer Conn. New York, April. 12. High. Low Laat. May. June July Aug. Sept. Oct. . Dec. Jan. 950 957 968 967 972 996 1004 1020 947 953 959 962 965 9S8 907 1012 959 968 962 995 30O4 1020 local sRcrnmEs. Quotations received from Klmbsvly. Root & Day, Investment Brokers, 131 Orange street, New Haven, Conn.: Par. Bid. Asked. CSofilns Prlecn. Reported over private wires of Prince & Whltely, members of the New York and Boston Stock Exchanges, New York olllce 52 Broadway, and 15 Center Btreet New Haven Conn. New York, A m il, 12. Bid. Arked. Amalgamated Copper .... 93 American Car 37 do pfd 99 American Cotton Oil 30 do pfd 80 Am. Hide & Leather pfd.. 21 Am. Ice Securities 82 American Linseed 13 do pfd 30 American Smelter 132 do pfd 107 American Sugar 125 do pfd 123 American Woolen 30 Anaconda Copper 61 Atch. Top. & Santa Fe ... 94 do pfd 95 Atlantic Coast Line 1 J3 Balto. & Ohio 99 Bav State Gas , Brooklyn R. T 60 Brooklyn U. G 110 Brunswick 11 Canada Southern 64 Canadian Pacific 175 Central Leather ." do pfd 96 Central ol New Jersey ...190 Ches. & Ohio 42 Chicago & Alton 16 do pfd Chi. & E. Illinois pfd 110 Chi. & Gt. Westerr 13 do A pfd 59 Chi. Mil. & St. Paul 135 do pfd 150 Chi. & Northwestern 150 C. R. I. & P. C. 4 p c bds.. 72 C. St. P. M. & Omaha 135 Chicago Term Trans 5 do pfl 12 C C. C. & St. Louis 71 Colorado Fuel & Iron Consolidated Gas Delaware & Hudson .. Del. Lack & Western . Den. & Rio Grande pfd Distillers Sec Erie 35 .131 .191 .45.) .. 75 . 71 . 24 do 1st pfd 51 93 37 100 31 88 22 85 15 33 132 108 126 127 30 61 95 97 104 99 60 120 13 65 175 30 97 200 42 ' 10 60 150 13 601 135 152 150 73 140 7 15 72 35 131 Vi 191 475 77 71 ii 64 City Bank 100 Flrt National li0 Mechanics 60 Merchants . . B0 Nat. Now Haven.... 100 New Haven County. 10 National Tradesman! 100 Second National .... 100 Yale National ,. 100 New Hvn Trust.... lOO People's B. & Trust.. 100 Union Truut 109 146 176 66 67 197 17 I 90 107 137 m 169 69 71 18 llnllrond Stocka, Far. Sid. AskadL Boston A Albany.,.. 100 232 Conn. Ry & Ught... lea Danbtiry & Bethel.. 25 H. & Cnnn. West.... 100 N. L. Northern 100 N. Y., N. H. & II.... 100 West Shore li 16 48 811 83 233,. 71 49 175 Mlacellnneoua Stocka. Par. Bid. AekeA Adams Express .... 200 275 205 American Brass .... 100 148 ... Am. Hardware 100 115 uj Cons. Rolling 100 3 g Edison, lioston 100 207 210 In ;ernational Silver. 100 H g do. pfd 100 65 67 New Haven Gas 25 .. 48 l New Haven Water.. EO ., 105 Peck, Stew & Wilcox 25 5s Security Insurance... 25 40 44 Swift & Co 100 104 106 Telephones N. Y. & N. J 100 112 114 Ches. & Potomac. 100 6G 67 S. N. E 100 .. 112 Railroad Bonde. Berkshire St Ry 6s. 1922 Bridgeport Trac 5s, 1923.. Bristol Tramway 4. 1945 Conn. R. & L. 4s, 1951... Cons. Ry 4s, 1955 Cons. Ry 4s, 1956 guar... Cons. Ry debs, 1930 D. & N. 4s, 1955 Dan. & Bethel 6s, 1914... Harlem & P. C, 4s. lli.. do 4s. 1954 Hart & Conn W 4s, 1923 Housatonlc 4s. 1Mb - do 5s, 1937 Mer. & Comp 5s, 192E Merlden Street 6s, 1924... Naugatuck 4s, 1954 Northampton 6s, 1913.... do 5s, lsll N. H. Cent. 6s. 1933 N. H. & Derby 6s, 1918... N. H. & W. H. 5s. 1912.... N. H. Street 6s. 1913 New I.on. St 5s, 1923 N. L. Northern 4s. 110. .... N.Y..N.H.& H. deb 5s, 1903 N. Y., N. H. & H. 4s. 1H. N. Y. & N. H. 3ViS, 1947 ... N.Y..N.H. & H.4s, 1947... N.Y. & N.H. con 3Ms, 1956 N. Y.. N. H. & H. 4s, 1965.. do 3s, 1954 N. T. & V. E. 4s. .'945 N. Y. & N. E. 6, 1945 100 .96 100 108 100 lift 103 103 103 10 172 100 106 110 99" 94 87 87 105 104 119 107 110 115 103 10S 102 90 100 107 101 89 101 11 BOSTON CHICAGO V. D. WFTMOKE, MsnnSer. X.Y.,Prov. Bos 4s.1942 .. 107 Shore Line '2S, 192C 101 Wor. & C. 4 Vi, li48 10) SIlNccilnuvoua l'-inils. Hid. As'-eot. Adams Express, 4s. 1947 , 100 Boston Kloe. 6s, 190S 105 l.iranl'ord L. & W. 5s. 1037. .. Inter. Silver deb 6s, 1933. . . . do 1st 6s, 194S MMdlotown, 8.C.;. 1901 .... 109 N. H. Gas con. 4s, 1910-15. . . N.H. Water con. 4M910-16 .. N. H. Ciiy Park 3V.8 N. II Sewer 4S, 19f4 100 N. II. City Rrldgn 3s New Mil. Water pr. 1932.. .. N. I Gas 5s, 1929 100 H. N. E, Telephone 5s, 1948 . . Swift & Co. 5s, 1914 100 United III. 4s, 1940 92 101 110 91 107 174 166 93 100 105 lii 102 97 F. S.Butterworth ' Co. Brokers Private Wires to New York EXCHANGE BLD8; Tas. 3100 3101 INVESTMENTS . f 10,000 Connecticut Ry. & Let. Co. 4 per rent, Honda. 10,0110 (iiulon & Stonlngton St. Ry. Co. 3 per cent. Honda. $10.000 llnnbury & llelhcl St. Ry. Co, S per cent, bonds. (1,00(1 Xeni Haven St. Ry. Co. lat Mtj. it ner cent, llomla. 5,000 New Haven St. Ry. Co. (Edge wood) 3 per cent. Bonds. 50(H) So. N. ling. Tel. Co. 5 per cent Bond. .1,000 Walllngford Gaa Igt. Co. B per rent. Honna. 1 000 Norwich St. Ry. Co. S per cent, bond. So. New finer, Tel Co. Stock. New Haven AVntcr Co. Stock. C. E. Thompson & Sons 61 0 Chepel Street. Going to Europe? When yon go abroad, make line of our Letters of Credit. You vrlll And them Much Safer 11 nil More Convenient tlmn enr rjlng large luma of money with you. They are nvnllnhle In any part of the world. Call or write 11a for particulars. T7lVSt' COMPANY 40 Churoh St., NEW HAVEN, CONN. !!. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS Dealers in Investment Securities 108 ORANGE ST. James H. Parish & Co., succeeding NEWTON & PARISH. Stocks end Bonds Dealers in Investment Sscuritie 86 Orange Sire THE NATIONAL TRADESMEN BANK OF NEW HAVEN. 96 Orange St. Robert A. Brown A. II. Kimberly Geo. T. Bradley Henry Fresonius DIRECTORS. ' ' William T. Fields. S. B. Shonlngsr C. E. Thompson W. A. Spalding Geo. M. Guttn OFFICERS. William T. Fields, President. Robert A Brown, Vice-President Fred'k C. Burroughs, Cashier. Frank B. Friable, Asst. Cashier. Buy Hevaifa Stocks How They Are at Bottom CATLIN i POWELL CO., 35 Wall St., New YorK Commission Brokers, Phone 4-1S7-8 Broad, t Prince & Whitely Bankers and Brokers, 52 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 AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Investment Securities NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 Stato Street. James B. Smith INVESTMENT BONDS 14! Oran'3 St., New Haven, Conn Three Requisites for Satisfac tory Banking. AMPLE RESOURCES COMPLETE EQUIPMENT. COURTEOUS TREATMENT All at the Service of onr Patron. Open an Account with na to-day. Th3 Merchant? Rational Bank. 276 STATE ST. Op. Wooster St. ESTABLISHED 1834. Capital, Surplus and Profits, 350,000 $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. A Clean Record of Sixty-Four Years. I : ' V - No Law Suits or unpaid loaaea under any polioles 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 business? Our rates are exactly tbe eame at those charged by others. Why not look Into this matter a lit tle? Perhapa you take less palna la selecting your insurance than you do your cigars. JOHN C. NORT H. 70 CHURCH STREET. First Building North of the Post Office. BRANCH OFFICE Dooif.lcljlb li k, BANKERS AND BROKERS, 27 Broadway, New Torfe.' MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange Bonds and Stocks Bought and sold on commission for cunb ox carried on marslni also Cotton, Grnln and Provisions. investment Securities A SPECIALTY. New Haven Branch, 20 aad 31 Center $l Wabash R.R. Co. Two Year 5 per cent. Notes on a 64 per cent, basis for sale by. The Chas.W.ScrantonCo. INVESTMENT BROKERS. 103 Orange St. SECURITIES FOR SALE. Lake Shore R. R. 6 p. c. Notes. 1910. N. Y. N. H. H. It. H. 5 per cent. Notes. New Haven Wntor Co. Conn. Rnllivay A Misht. tu ot 1651. Mllllkln Bros, lat O's, 1031. . N. H. Gna Might Convertibles. New Haven Water Co. Convert. 4's. International Silver, lut Mtn;. S p. e. Swift & Company B's, 101 4. International Silver Co., Pref. t Mtddletown Street Hnllwny Co. Rs. N. H. County Nnt. Bank. KIMBERLY, ROOT 4 DSY, TeL 1101. 123 Orange Street. Frlvat wiM New York and Boston, New Haven First Mortgage Real Estate Loans For Sals. ,500 5 per cent. 2000 5 per cent. 000 6 per cent. 2300 S per cent. lOOO 5 per cent. 2B00 8 per cent. 1500 S per cent. 2700 3 per cent. 2000 K per cent. '3000 5 per cent. 20000 per cent. 40008 per cent. Full particulars regarding any loan furnished on application. Lcmas & Nettleton BANKERS AND BROKERS. 1S7 Orange Street. IHMJnion Trust Co. NEW HAVEN. CHARTERED by the State of Con necticut with authority to act aa Executor, Administrator Guardian Re ceiver, or Trustee, under will or deed Is legal depository of money Daid into Court and public Trust Funds. Acts at Trustee for Municlpalitiea Cor porations and Individuals, and admin isters trusts of all kinds. Empowered to act as registrar of stocks, bonds or other evidence of indebtedness, manar. 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 ol each trust Is invested by Itself and kept separate and apart from the general assets of the Company. This Company is by law regularly ex amined by the bank examiner of the State of Connecticut. HENRY I.. KOTCHKISS. President. EUGESE S. BRISTOL, Treasurer.