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The Bridgeport times and evening farmer. (Bridgeport, Conn.) 1918-1924, May 21, 1919, Image 15

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T. L. WATSON'S
WEEKLY LETTER
fneoiiragea' by favorlnsr trade and
Cher developments, bullish outside
fientlmnnt continues to make for ac
tivity and strength In the stock mar
ket, and In the- absenoe of disturb
ing inn the momentum which has
sained headway under the influence
of speculative fever -will run the
ueuai ooune until technical conditions 1
force a ourreutlTe general reaction.
It la a, time for conservative action
In making new -commitments,, and In
his connection It may -be eald that
li version of speculative operations to
the railroad list and other groups
-with attractions wliloh have not ad
vanced extensively would permit
strengthening of positions weakened
through overbulllng.
lHsh .prices are reported for cop
per metal. Japan lia-ving taken .600.
000 pounds at IS cents -on Wednes
day with s still higher level, reached,
in quotations afterward. The strong-'
or tons In the copper metal imarkL
combined with the -rise In .silver
which is produced extensively by
om ponies ilka Anaconda nave been
lexponelbls for s -erood deal of snort
covering in tho. copper .share .fnsp.
United State Stewa Ins displayed
a tendency to advance, based upon
-wh.it appears Ao be re-estaoUBbment
of a natural market for steel pro
ducts, and a - f eeUma . that the worst
lias been seen In Chat industry as a
whole. Bentiment tn-isteel eixcies ls
more cheerful, and tMsJns -bean xe
nerd by improvement In -the price
of ItepnbUa CMel and aozns : of toe
independents fasted. sv the. Brchance.
It is rumored -that SVance is sefo
t'.atlnjr for a laxce tonnase.of steel
rails. Saconetraotlon work', is said
to toavw bosun, and s steady -flow of
bnslness-fronx Barope im expected. In
this country tr Is-reportsd, that stsns
are not lacklnjc of a revival In Julld
' Ins, enoourasjedi-by -brilbamt axsin
crop prospscts. As export t.market
In the basis metals 4m -understood-to
be developms on the FeaUfa coast.
There on be no question tavat in
creaelac aottrtty In eteei sn4 oUier
trades mam larger bnwlnsss for the
railroads, whlon, ase to be tnren -osxe
of by Coiistsss. -called 4o meet inr spe
cial session, next Monday. There la
a. stsons; ssntlnMml la lsadlnaf tro(es
in favor-ot the -War field plas f re
habilitation of ns rsHgoads-Hon.
Kllha Boot navtnc announce it bbn-
aelf as beljar la favor of M. In this
connection It la tntersutlua 4a not
that Senator Cnmmlas of Ipvsm, Fro-
sresslve. Whose selection ao President
pro tern, of the 6enato reflects Re
publican Patty barmons-. recently
eald it would psobably be. oeceasary
for .ConaTsss to appropriat a billion
doUacs-os a revotvlnr relief fond for
the carriers Instead, of 7O,eflO)O0, as
at nrst .pcoposed. He advocates the
consolidation of the railroads Into fif
teen or twsuty ela- systems, private-
operation ahronzn Vederat incorpora
tion, and" tho amarantee of a low rate
of return -pon the capital invested.
Over-speculation has taken place In
the oil snare list, and we counsel
moderation In making- new commit
ments. Untried oompanles without
known managements' should be avoid
ed. An enormous amount of worth
lees oil saycks has undoubtedly been
sold durtus the exdtemet. While
published resorts Tes-rdin early St.
Paul dividend payments have not
been enoonraJ H should not be
fors-otten this company has
vwerful baeklmr, a-splendid territory
to serve and wlLbJars;e crops to prv
vide better earnlmra wo beileve it
will "corns back' much sooner than
is generally expected. Xjabor condi
tions throughout the world are ex
pected to be stabilized as never be
fore by the plans worked out at
the Peace Conference, and while un
employment still exists in. industrial
ceutesa, scarcity prevails in the ejtrt
jcultoral aeotlona of the country.
Rates tor call money advanced dur
ing the week, but the hlxh flrures
1 rtDnufrtd helated lirokeran Innn,
There ate no inlicatlons of money
carclty at the present time. Read
justments may cause small flurries
from time -to time when the banks
may endeavor to check, speculativa
excess,
a
STEAMERS BRING
jLaavrvra
ill
Brest, Afay 20. The steamers Rot
terdam, Finland, Mobil and New
horsey are saillnar for the United
States today from this port carrying
more than 20,000 troopa This com
pletes the embarkation of the goth
IMston and begins that of the 16th
"Division, Texas and Oklahoma troops.
The i4lrd Infantry embarked on
th Finland, .
No less ttian lOT.ssO troons ham
a Tooth Off HU Mind at Any Rate!
SOMEBODY'S STENOGIt Almost
Wl-UCTS Trt CocwTfeSS''
SO HAPPY ABOUT?
TIC
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IPfiim SI STE CO s
Let Us Send You a
"Swift. Dollar 99
For a Pocket Piece
It will interest you.
1 1 oarEii innxa 0
It shows where the money goes that
Swift fc Company takes in.
It shows that out of every dollar
received by Swift & Company from the
sale of meat and by-products in 1918
1 Swift and Company paid for
live animals - , - - - 85.00 cents
2 Swift & Company paid 'out
for labor, freight and other
trxpenxe 1 - - - - M - 1236 cents
3 Swift & Company had left a
profit of only - - - - 2.04 cents
Total 100.00 cents
A
The 2.04 cents remaining as profit equals only
a fraction of a cent per pound. It is too small to
affect materially the price of live stock to the farmer
or the price of meat to the consumer.
A "Swift Dollar" will be mailed yon on
f request. Address.
Swift & Company i
U. S. Yards, Chicago
'.Bridgepcr Local Branch 464 Water Street ; -:
' C. F. Jaeger, Manager - , . ;
Gave tlie Boss Heart failure
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INSURANCE AND
REAL ESTATE
I WAST YOUR HOTJSES AND IjOTS
TO SEXJi
D. R. WHITNEY
83 FAIRFIEIjD AVE.
18B21tf
T. E. WARREN
Real Estate and Insurance
179 Golden Hill St.
GiS'tf rpei. 2417
THE CONNECTICUT
NATJ.ONAJj BANK
or
BRIDGEPORT
Cor. Main and Wall Streeta
PATESTS
liliiiiiiii
The City National Bank
COR. MAIN AND BANK ST8.
Capital 1500,000
Surplus and Net Fronts. . . 760,000
lipliliiiiii
P. L. Holzer F. T. Staples
James Staples
& Co.
Private Bankers.
139 State SL, Bridgeport.
Insurance.
. Real Estate.
Safe Deposit Vaults.
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f-IIIKsiii.
A. M. WOOSTER,
tote Kxamlner TJ. S. Patent Ofllce
1115 MAIN ST.. BRIDGEPORT.
Send for booklet on patents
JOSEPH ROGOW8KT
TS.
Order of Notice
MONICA ROGOWSKI
FAIRFrEM OOriTOV, ss.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
SUPERIOR COURT, -
' Bridgeport. May 19, A. D. 1919
- Upon the complaint of the said
Joseph ' Rogowaky of the city of
Bridgeport, County of Fairfield, and
State of Connecticut, prayin?, for rea
sons therein set forth, for a divorce
and oustody of two children, return
able to tho Superior court. In and for
Fairfield county, on the first Vuesday
of June. 1919.
It appearing to and being found by
the subscribing authority that Monica
Rogowski, the aaid defendant, is
absent from this state and gone to
parts unknown.
Therefore Ordered, that notice of
the pendency of said complaint be
given by publishing this order in The
Bridgeport Times, a newspaper print
ed In Bridgeport, three times succes
sively, commencing on or before the
21st day of May. A. Vt. 1919.
MICHAEL 3. FLANAGAN, ,
Kami. Clerk of the Superior Court for
' Fairfield County. R19s.'
!!S"I
ALLIED CASUALTIES 300.
Paris, May 20. The Allied casual
ties in the fighting - Incident to the
lanldtng at Smyrna last Thursday to
talled S00, It has been officially an
Bounced. The Otarfcs held the forts
stubbornly.
Only a 'w gard was - "t
tr taa As - w- ia -
f:l. by Public Icdjrer Ct.
isy i( A a WAUL
BEEM EXPECTJA161 tri
IT ALL MOXJiH6R-
it was the ?xmzm
WIPES I vJ:Mi
OVER FIFTX If EARS
3 PER CENT. INTEREST
ON
YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT
Ve Think this will appeal to you particularly In view of nr
or over fifty jears In banking. We con assure yon of ssfr-fj
conduct of your business, and courteous treatment.
Interest credited to ncorants monthly.
We wonid like to tell you about our method
Call us on the 'phono or come in and see us.
T. L. WATSON & CO.
private: bankers
CORNER MAIN AND JOHN STREETS
Established 1866 , -
BRIDGEPORT'S FIRE LOSS DURING
LAST TEAR WAS
5276,991.77
BUILD A FIRE-RESISTANT HOME!
Your home may be
the next to go
Tonight j'our home may burn."
AVith it may go all that you hold.
dear.Fire occurs when least ex-i
peeted but does little damage vhei
there's no fuel for it.,
Herrindbone
Rigid Metal Lath
Herringbone Rigid Metal Lath,
and plaster inside on all walls and
ceilings will hold the hottest fire
for hours; stucco exterior with a
fire-resistive roof gives you pro
tection i from, neighborhood fires.
This protection will cost you but
little a 5 hundred i or . two . more
than a wooden house".
Investigate j now let us send
you the Herringbone Homes book,
let shows houses and floor plans
e-Tyott will be interested .
Build iVow!
an,- ii-
V I
4Mit
I he Wheeled
Phone 344 Barnum.
Women Wanted I
One, two and three needle operators experienced
on seaming joining, : stripping and other .Corset and
Brassiere operations. - ';.;'- ' : - . :" -." "",
A few beginners will also be placed on these oper
ations and -other, general corset rork. v--.'ivA'C
. ipply Employe-1 C.:j iH
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