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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, ,1908. MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER NEW HAVE!, CONN. Founded 1768. THE OLDEST DAILY PAPER PUB LISHED IN CONNKCTICLT. Delivered by Carrier In ttie City, 13 tents week, 80 centa a month. $3 for lx months, fd a year. Ino earae terms by mail. Single copies. 2 cent. Telephone i EDITORIAL ROOM. 664. BUSINESS OFFIC3. 8981. ( THE WEEKLY JOURNAL. Ixued Thursday. On Dollar a Year. I. B. CMTinxton. iubllher N. a. Oborn .Kdltor-ln-Cnlet Arthur J. Sloane Managing Editor T. E. F. Norman. . ..AdvertLlng Manager Monday. January 13, 1908. THE EMOTIONAL QUALITY. The quite unnecessary question has been raised whether the Rev. Dr. Chapman, the visiting evangelist, and his corps of able assistants appeal to the reason of their audiences through their .emotions The question would seem to imply that to play upon the human emotions of men and women is to strike below the belt in a conven tional undertaking to lead them to ft better and purer understanding of their obligations. It is quite unneces sary for us to say at once that we have no sympathy with such an idea. So long as the methods used are sin- ; cere and honest they should be ignor ed for the results accomplished. ! "We have not the slightest doubt that a trained and highly disciplined evan gelist such as Dr. Chapman is recog nized as being would cheerfully admit the legitimacy of reaching men through the emotions. Whether the cure worked out is as lasting as that worked out by patient and plodding methods is not a matter for individual judgment; it is susceptible of proof. Dr. Chapman, for example, who has conducted revivals lri various parts of the country, and the local clergymen : who have been associated with him and his assistants know to' a nicety what the results are of the different tactics used to move men and women to a keener realization of their better natures. But even though experience should show that a man or woman who had been improved upon by emo- ," lional methods lasted a shorter time ' than a man or woman reached by patient and plodding methods It would still be necessary to make men and women over before the rule couid be tyf)lled of abandoning emotional meth- --o'ds altogether. Everybody at all fam ' lliar with public speaking knows that it is the emotional speaker who gets control of his audience quicker, though J if there is a serious administrative or ,- executive task to be done it had better be trusted to one less sentimental. A prominent citizen of New Haven said last week that of all the preachers in the Chapman corps Dr. Dawson got hold of him better. The citizen to whom we refer is a practical business man and a man of profound religious convictions, but he is human enough to want to be reached spiritually through his gentler emotions. Instead then of criticising either Dr.. Chapman itor employing emotional methods or others for asserting that he does em ploy them, general eatlxfactlon should be taken in the victories he is credited with winning. That the general public want the! addresses highly seasoned is abundant ly proved by the experience of Wil i Ham J. Bryan of Nebraska, who ad mlts that he has been made comfort able for life through h! power of speech. Ha uses simple language in all his speeches and addresses and quotes liberally from the Scriptures, but. their popular charm lies in their emotional quality. No public man In the history of the country ever played to successfully and profitably on the motions of the American masses, while the greatest speech Abraham Lincoln ever made, that at Gettysburg, rested wholly on an emotional basis. There are men the country ever who can prepare an make excellent speeches, but the successful one on the platform and a? Chautauqua as ssmblles are the emotional Speakers. Theodore Roosevelt is the most emo tional of speakers. He has gone up and dawn the country for seven years preaching sermons upon how to be Rood and bow to enjoy the fruits of be ing good, and as a result he can cred it very largely the esteem in which he Is held as a man of integrity and sincerity to that practice. He would have failed utterly, too, had not his audiences been susceptible to emotion al appeals. Mr. Fairbanks, who Is a man of excellent ability and good com mon sense. Is not taken seriously by the public as a candidate for the pres idency because in lacking a sense of humor he is destitute of the emotion al quality So when we come to meas ure the power and influence of a man, v.hether he is found In the pulpit, on tiio platform, on the stage or In the flrawingroom, the emotional quality cannot be left out of the calculation If it Is, a totally wrong conclusion is reached. The quality must be kept un- paign of Secretary Taft for the presi dential nomination is his lack of emo tional powers as a pleader. As a can didate actually in nomination this would be of great advantage, but In the process of getting there ho has to contend with the education of the pub lic in its taste for highly spiced speech es. His Boston speech on the curren cy was an excellent, presentation of the subject and the problem it in volves. His New York speech on the labor question was the speech of a sane and broad-minded man, but lack ing the emotional quality Mr. Roose velt or Mr. Bryan would have put Into it, time is required for the average man to appreciate it. Let the public once get used to a successful method of receiving its impressions and it re quires additional experience to correct Its habit. In Mr. Taft's case it works an injustice, for of all the men sug-i;est.-d by the Republican party for the presidency ho is the best equipped, and yet It is more difficult perhaps for him to prove it. The emotional quality has definite power. wealth cf the State has yet been by no means fully explored. Especially in the southern part of the State he ex pect other rich regions to be discov ered. With this rank in oil-production and with Chicago Illinois is justly proud. And now arises another pastor say ing that churches ought to encourage such pastimes as card-playing, bil liards and bowling. How would it do to encourage a little true religion? Speaker Cannon is franker than the other candidates for the ' Presidency. Tliey are pretty still about their "poli cies," but 'he says he will not wear a silk hat if he becomes President THE JANUARY THAW. I The January thaw began dark and early yesterday morning, and If there had been any snow and ice around to thaw they would have been gone by noon. Perhaps the new city adminis tration might have thought it was be ing smiled on, and that its efforts to keep the streets clean were being ably seconded, but those who swam to meeting felt more as if they were call ed on to "face a frowning world." In none of the meetings was the hymn given out which begins "Day of all the week the best." Of course Sunday Is always and forever the day of all the week the best, but there is such a thing as appropriateness, even on Sun day and In meeting. So other mercies were talked of and thought of. In his latest layout Prophet John son skipped from the 11th to the 17th of this month. He probably didn't notice the little shower that dropped down on Connecticut yesterday morn ing. That is, he probably didn't notice it beforehand. If he had he probably would have said a little something about It. Perhaps he had to be out yesterday and said something about it then. The regulation prophet who prophesies from his scat In Washing ton predicted snow for Sunday. But as he didn't say liquid snow he didn't leally hit the mark- The rain hit it, MORE TESTIMONY. Rudyard Kipling Isn't as rich Carnegie, though he can get more 8 word for writing than Carnegie can But he seems to have as little use fur wealth as Carnegie seems to have. He tried the other day to make the am bltlons students at McOill University see that money Isn't all, and ann.ng other things he said this: Sooner or later you will see some man to whom the idea of wealth as mt-ni wealth does not appeal, whom the methods of amassing that wealth do not interest. and who will not accept money if you offer it to him at a certain price. At first ynu will be Inclined to luugh at this man, and to think that he Is not smart in his ideas. I suggest that you watch him closely, for he will present ly demonstrate to you that money dominates everybody except the man who does not want money. You may meet that man on your farm. In your village, or In your legislature. But be sure that, whenever or wherever you THE TARIFF QUESTION. Those who expect to see the tariff question left out of the campaign budget this, year are plainly in for a disappointment. No matter who the Democratic candidate for President is it s acknowledged that he will among other stands stand upon a revision of the tariff schedules at the first oppor tunity. It is likely that the Republi cans will be forced to take notice of the growing demand, especially as all fear of a panic , resulting from a re vision has been eliminated. Having had a panic of a distressing character at a moment when the sacred sched ules were in full force It Is no longer possible to assert that panics follow- closely in the wako of tariff legislation A Pittsburg dispatch to a New York newspaper states that if the presiden tial election gives a positive assurance that there will be "no radical disturb ance in the tariff representatives of the large steel interests declare there will undoubtedly be a complete restor ation of confidence." The Springfield Republican makes this keen comment upon that statement of the steel bar ons: "Here is revealed the attitude to be expected of such Infant industries as the United States Steel corporation with Its $1,800,000,000 of capitaliza tion. The tariff was not to be disturb ed during flush times, because it would disturb confidence, and now that con fidence and prosperity have broken down, the tariff must not he touched, because that would prevent a restora tion of confidence and -prosperity. It Is 'heads I win, tails you lose' with this tariff as viewed by the stand-pat beneficiaries. As long as prosperity ex ists it is due to the tariff, end when prosperity disappears with the tariff in full operation, why then the tariff must be maintained in order to bring prosperity back. Never could heathen Idol desire a greater faith than this." This is admirably put and It is time Is significance was appreciated. It I easy to understand why Congress should be unwilling to undertake a revision of the blessed tariff on the eve of a presidential election. The Dem ocrats charge their old enemies with cowardice for not doing promptly what should be done at once, but ev eryone knows that, if the Democrats were In power they would make the same delay rather than run the risk of a split on the eve of battle. It Is al ways easy for the outs to make naugh ty faces at the Ins, but the game Is well understood by the spectators, so that now no particular Interest need be attached to the immediate post ponement. Permanent postponement, which Is what the manufacturers of steel want, Is, however, a horse of a different color Such grave abuses of the popular confidence have followed the prolonged enforcement of the principle of protection that the infant Industry has Justly come to be regard ed with the liveliest suspicion. At last, however, the thing is understood, and while we have no idea whatever that the public wishes to see a radi cal policy undertaken, ther If the het of reasons for believing that it does In sist upon the revision of the tariff schedules ns a consequence of which that aid shall be withdrawn which se cures to the few a monopoly at the ard contemplated, but has fallen off in numbers from some cause, until its effective fores is reduced nearly av.a k.ll Ti 1 f ..... iMtvinc. siblo to raise recruits sufficient to fill vacancies in the ranks from death, desertion or other causes Nobody Eeems to know just how big an army we really need, and no body seems to know how to keep the small army now authorized up to Its strength and efficiency. This may be somewhat encouraging to the enthu siastic advocates of peace, but It is troublesome to some who are not sure about the peace business. THE MORNING NEWSPAPER. The fact is being constantly exem. plifled that The Morning Journal Courier Is a more complete newspaper for local consumption than its con temporaries which are printed in New York. It devotes to the preparation of the paper from two to three hours and a half more than the New York dailies and which are brought into action by a rush of blood tn thn hear! nr through the absence of the usual amount of blood. Score another. At the latest gov ernment examinations in Peking the most successful competitors were grad uates of United States universities. They took five of the highest seven honors, men who had studied in Japan taking two. Canada has waited long before put ting the famous battlefields of Quebec In a condition worthy of their tradi tions. The plan to celebrate the 300th birthday of the province with a ccuse cration of the fields of Ste Foye and the Plains of Abraham is meeting with general approval. They are adjoining, and it is proposed to turn them Into a national park named 'n honor of King Edward. At present a jail stands upon the spot where Wolfs was killed. The current "Table of Relationship" of Phillips Exeter shows that Sheaf e Walker of the class of 1909 is the de scendant in a dual line of tour genera tions of alurmt. . In other words, his father, and his grandfather, his great grandfather, and his great-great, grandfather on both sides have been graduates of the academy. The list, moveover, includes a former trustee of the academy, a former judge of the iiw ampsmre supreme court, can afford to do and reach their subur- lent merchants and a Drominti.it' nhvsi T ban destinations. Thlb newspaper had Saturday morn ing a complete story of the burning of a New York sky-scraper Friday night. Not a single one of the New York dallies presented to Its readers a like report. They all had to go to press ear ly to catch out of town trains, reserv ing the story all were entitled to for a purely local constituency. We refer again to this matter be cause it offers a guide to newspaper readers, showing which newspaper should be supported In preference. "It Is possible any day to further Illustrate the superiority of this newspaper in the late news of the night. clan. Ever since the Japanese and Chinese have contributed to the amusement of the vaudeville theater patrens, says the Berliner Morgen Post, "these yel low people have been recognized as su perlor In certain lines. Thus they have remained well up In front as acrobats, slelght-of-hsnd performers and jug glers. Some tricks of theirs can be ex ecuted only jiy people of their race. A noiapie one or this Kind is now a feat ure of one of our theaters. Two young Chinese hang by their queues from long ropes suspended over the stage, and with their whole weight cm thn hair go through' many avmnastlc evolulions. Finally they grasp by the hands two other acrobats, who tug and pull at the hands of the swinging men while they give an exhibition of trongth and agility. The performance makes on rnarvol at the strength of the hair and scalp of these people.'' Bread Makers jSiinSaaawaMBi Hand Hammered bread is fast go , ing the way of other , back numbers. Bread Mixing Machines are found in most modern Ititcbens for they knead the dough as muchr in three minutes as the old puaching-bag j method could do in fifteen. And your hands won't get stuck on the dough because they don't knead it. Then the dough is left to rise in the mixer that saves handling it. Altogether it's a much cleaner method than the old way. ' The best Bread , Makers are K$r'$2.00eacli Caps from England j And for everybody who lives much the outdoor life. These) ' are not for the passing fani cies of fickle academic taste . but are comfortable and be coming headgear for men of the work-a-day world, who are wise enough to put soma time into walking, or driving, or riding, or motoring, or skating, or coasting. They are excellent traveling caps,: The price is two dollars. Chase & Co9 SHIRTMAKERS, i 1018 and 1020 Chapel Street A small copper axe has been discov ered on the shore of Lake Superior, but those who have been cut down by the big Amalgamated axe don't feel much interest in the little one. ' ELASTIC. Speaking of an elastic currency, our Immigration and emigration seem to be pretty" elastic. For the last three months people who came here from Europe to get work and money have been flocking home with what money they have been able to get and save. This emigration has been large, per haps In all nearly half a million. And while this has been going on few new ones have been coming Into this country. The Whlto Star liner Oceanic which usually arrives densely popu lated below decks, even at this time of year, brought Just forty-three steer age passengers the other day, while the Saunlo of the Italian Line, whose average list Is over 2,000, brought only 153 In the steerage. The proportion by the Hamburg-American line Is about the same. All of which will help to relieve the situation, and Is helping to relieve It. The other day some Hungarians who were going "home" hurt our na llonal pride by saying they were going because they could get a better living In Hungary than they could here, Italy and Sweden nre also offering hetter opportunities than usual for home-comers, and It may be that this land of promise will not be quite as alluring for some time as It has been If It Isn't no harm will be done and some good. Still, there will soon be room and work here for millions more. meet him, as soon as it comes to a direct Issue between you, his little fin- i sacrifice of the Independence of the ger will be thicker than your loins, many, and which enables the home You will go in fear of him; he will not go In fear of you. You will do what he wants; he will not do what you want. You will find that you have no weapon in your armory with which you can attack him; no argument with which you can appeal to him. Whatever you gain, he will gain more Carnegie ha told us all about the happiness of belrg poor, and now comes Kipling telling us about the power there Is In being poor. Hap piness and power are two pretty de sirable things. producer to sell abroad cheaper than he sells at home. It has been forgotten probably, but we may be sure the fact will be re vived that one of the thlrgs Secretary Taft wanted to do when he took charge of the Panama canal eitrprlse was to buy the tools needed where he could buy them the cheapest end that h declined to yield to the greedy in fant industries until directed to do so by Congress He was willing to do as ordered, but if he was to be left to tr- errlse his own Judgment he would re- ' fuee to be bilked. The manufacturers of New England are In no mood to sub A Fiiliadelphia boy fifteen years I old has Ju6t been arrested for wife- dceertion. That boy either has or views which practical has not a mind of his owr. stitute the views of Congress for the experience Is forcing upon them in their fight for their manufacturing supremacy They are entirely weaned from the extrava gant protective poller- Many of them still claim that it was the protective tariff which gave them their power but that in outliving its usefulness it has become a force for positive evil. It would suit them to have it known. States of the country Prior to June, ;as an election would determine, wheth- 1903, the amount of oil produced In er the policy of standing pat is t- be Illinois had not exceeded five hundred centinuef t r not barrels annually. In June cf that year j there was a sudden The I.eveler. Riding in the smoking car wnere tne common people are. Free of care and free from style, Chattering across the aisle With a mnri you never saw, Laughing at convention' law That's the way to, If you please, Take a ride and take your ease. Saint and sinner, tramp and Turk, Men who Idle, men wjio work, Meet on common groind to swap Lies and matches, talk or shop, Idle gosalp of the day. Comments on the latest play; Telling, too, In language terse How to run the universe. Here's a man whose r.ssets are Just one very punk cigar. Calmly borrowing a light From a party tn his right Who is carrying as freight One that cost a quarter straight; youth in knickerbockers yet Butts In with a cigarette. Dignity la cast aside, Left behind the post is pride, For my Uidy Mcottne, Gentle, but Insistent queen, Counts one subject as the rest, Mitiey here is not the test. Riding In the smoking car, Where tne common people are. Nashville American. OVR CO'TEMPOnARIKS. T 1 ja j ' tL rnoioerapners Attention!;: Our annual shipment Just ar ' ' nvea 01 me British Journal and American Annual, of Photography. Contain the latest methods and Ideas lit photographic work. Every person Interested should have one. , ' I Prices 50c, 75c, $1.25. ! 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If they could but se themselves as they are there would be less shrieks about the money-mail Americans. jvstly rrtoin. The neeple of Illinois were about a much surprised as the people of oth er States will be by the announcement that Illinois has come to be the sec end In rank ameng the oil-producing REDWING TTEIF. Congressman Williams of Mississippi has introduced a bill In Congress to spurt, the produc- ! tion being 5,49 barrels Since then development has proceeded with startling rapidity- In 1?P the produc tion was 4,?97,050 barrels, with a vrt- ! reduce the regular army from 4.P00 ue of $3,275,802. In 1907 there was ajto 35,009 men. It is not at all prob sixfold increase, the production, ac-ble that the bill will find favor, but cording to the preliminary fieurea. b-j there doesn't seem to be much cause dcr control and not left to express it- ling approximately So, COO. 000 barrels. , fr Mr. Williams or anybody else who NO,I.OSGEH POOR AND INSANE. It Isn't very long ago that William Allen White was asking "What's the matter with Kansas?" and showing that there was a plenty the matter with It Now there Is anther story. In Governor Hoch's call for a special srssinn of the legislature, he states that In all his vast corre spondence on the subject of needed leclslatlon "not a single letter or tele gram has been received asking for ad ditional railroad legislation." How's that for Kansas, erstwhile the State of long-whiskered populism and genertl discontent? For yean Kana polltlclars have considered that the strongest card they could play In the popular game ef corporation baiting was to attack the railroads. Almost every candidate for public office he. adopted this plan of campaign as an easy route to the 3eired goal, and the less his personal qualifications the more he has "fired the public heart" by holding up the railroad corporation a an octopus, bent on dominating the politics of the State. There may be sT)ie t,f this useful and Inspirng 'vork in the present session of the lcgi!a lature, but the fart that nobody has yet risen to propose it is highly sig nificant Kansas is now pretty well, and pretty well off, thank you. and she is quite different from what she was when she was insane and poor. The Jansneae Are Human. (The New Torlt Evening Post.) We have not given up hone that the time1 will come when the Japanese will he regarded by th white man as only human, after all. When their govern ment signs m unsatisfactory treaty, they riot; when they take possession of a conquered country Ilka Cores, they play the bully; when their crops fall, they starve, and often emigrate. Best proof of all concerning their suscep tibility to humrti weakness; when we slapped them m the hack two years ago and told them they were the great est peop'e en earth, they believed us. wouldn't be a grandma at all. per's Weekly. "Adolph, you naughty boy, mother that' Franz kissed me.' "So! That's all the thanks I get for saying he kissed you only twice, la U7 Fllegende Blaetler. , , "Mamma!" "Yes, my child." "Did you ever sec Santa Claus?" "Oh, yes. my boy; many times." "Was he in a sleigh with reindeers, mamma?" "No, my child; he was In a trolley car, hanging on to a strap! lonkera Statesman Agent How long do you Intend to remain in vasn:ngion : Reformer Until congress passes a couple of necessary laws that Agent Gee! You don't want to rent a house you'd better buy one. Wash ington Herald. The Cue "I suppose, sir, you think I am a fool?" The Other "I did think so. but now I think you must be a mind reader; therefore you cannot be a fool, and I beg pardon for thinking you were.' Chicago Dal;- News. "Some of the greatest classical com posers did not make any money," said the sueat at the musical. "Yes," auswered Mr. Cumrox, "that thought Is iliout the only thing that gives me any comfort when I listen to the things they made up." Washing ton Ptar. "Here, here!" cried the copy editor, "what do you mean by saying here 'the prisoner laughed aloud for mer cy?' ,r "Because that's exactly what he did." replied the bright reporter; "the Judge had Just made a silly Joke at bis ex pense." Philadelphia Press. Adam was naming the animals. "What are you going to call . this one?" asked Eve, pointing to the strip ed little specimen that came next. "I am net going to call It at all," said Adam, holding his nose. 'Send tt away!" This is wny tne sauna; is Known dv so many different names. Chicago Tribune. Grace and beauty f figure depend la frtat degree, on correct avr etlnr. Tha 'Todd : mis. tet, peat eonforma t fashions latest dteraa, Mada to order onlA Elaatle afoelilnga, . to, mada to t&eViuro. ' Henry H. Todd 283-284 YORK T. ; Piano ilka tola 91S0.M Everything that makes mu alo, and all mix la that la played. ; . " Chas. H. boils B3T Cfcaoel Hfc No t.eap Year Perils. (The Kansas City Journal.) Leap year me?ns nothing te a wom an. She would not take advantage of Its Illusory and transitory advantages if this were her sole resource. The bach elor Is a somewhat stupid animal, hardly game enough for pursuit. He is easily trappedbut even then he It pfporallv easy. In his vanity he mav Imagine Cupid at his heels and himself i demand whare maidens are supposed to languish, but in very truth he Is a cull, and often damaged goods Le.ip year should have no terrors for hire. A man who is not harvested to domes ttrltv In three years need have no fur tive "fears for the fourth. Let him ponder on these thiegs Perrainrnt, SAVINGS AND DOINGS. An examination by Pennsylvania's Food Commission of eighty-eight sam ples of breakfast food disclosed noth ing Injurious to health but dmnisfat ed that many of them are peculiarly susceptible to infection bv insects and worms and that every household usinsr them should own a microscope. Not Speculative Invest ments. (The Foster. Advertiser.) The mere the tublle invests in sound American Industrial properties, then, the better it Is gelng to be for the whole country. There is certs n to be less antl-eerpsration legislation, be cause it is certain that the people are pot go(ng o allow that peculiar finan cial policy which made the trusts and other industrial corporations so unpop ular 'n the past. The phMisre will be verv beneficial to the industries them selves, beneficial to the people who own th'm and beneftVIa! to the general tone of business It will make not only for fettled business cendittrns, b'lt for bet ter business morals. Watches Fcrsevetilyflveyews w pood works i l : I characteristic qi tht time piecesfurnislitd by this house. ; TheFoidCompany 960 Chapel St. How About That New Desk? 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A poseible weakness In the cm-' and the State geologist tUinks the oil about the size of the United States army It is reducing itself so fast that unless It takes a turn It will soon re semble Chicago's death rate . The army has not been kept up. either as to numbers or efficiency, to the ttand- An English eng'ner who has been I conducting oil fuel eiperlments says j that if the Lusitanla were fitted t ; burn oil she would need only twintv- j vn steers, instead of 3H. She j cu!d carry 250 more passengers sn.I , Lie tons more cargo ana reati-e ner time of crossing the Atlantic eight hours. Dr. Mark Baldwin of the Johns Hep kins university, Baltimore, explains dreams by ayinr they are caused by Images which hive been impre?d upon detached pcrtions of the brata SEBCIr-lX. Small boy tin tanfc pf shimming jimol. aniiouslv) "Oh. y. I've- swal lowed some wa'er! Will they mind?" Fu"Ch. pid yon see 'he Aire" "Oh. yes Our rtr rrnt'e down right oppnslte them, and 1o you know. I'm almost Klad it did. I found them so charming and in teresting 'ruck. Ffh '5ra Ah di-es to piji-rtc ah rarr:r. rifik Safety? Kph O'een No. ah: die am fs social usaae Tlarp-r s Weekly. Tjs ! brtiddah says dat young fr,!tr wot -alls O" you travels in fsst ' circles To.ti "You bet h does. He j tike de ti.-kets on d merry-g-j- ronid." Chi'-ago Datlv News. j A grandmo'her was reproving her i little grandchildren for making bo much noise. j "Dear me. children, you are so coisy to-day! Can't you be a little more! VJief THE YALE NATIONAL BANK. A BANK'S ABILITY to transact your banking business promptly and efficiently de pends upon Its rquipmmt. This Institution Is thortHighly equipped with ex err modem facility for the eatMactory transaction of all business en trusted to It- t Security to Depositors $1,200,000.00. Safe Deposit Boxes $5.00 Per Annum Upwards. Corner Chapel and State Streets. Now. crandmm. yon mustn't scold us. i You see, if it wasn't for us, you i Vf .'