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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19CS, 4 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS. Savings Areounts opened with this Bank on or before February 10th receive Interest of 4 from the first. Cred ited quarterly, compounded semi-annually. The very best possible Investment, where you are absolutely sure of the principal, and the interest always at your command the moment you want it. Home Ravings Banks FHEE. You should have one In your home to save your small change It counts up fust. 1 OPEN SATURDAY EVEXIAGS. THE STOCK BASKET Advance Follows Reading of Summaries of President's Message. STATEMENTS ARE GENERAL Bids for $50,000,000 More New York ..'City Bonds to be Called . February 15. i With few exceptions the market wa quiet but firm, from the opening yesterday. Smelters gained 1 1-8, Canadian Pacific 1 1-4, and Reading 1 1-8. Pennsylvania was under pres sure, falling 1. to 112 1-4. American Agricultural Chemical was unusually active, 'gaining 1, 1-2. Out of a total of 11,541,000 dealt in during the first hour", $747,000 i were Interborough Metropblitan 4 l-2s from 60 1-2 to 61 3-8, k net gain of 1 1-8. . ' Tractions at 10:80' were 78,089 shares, and to 11 o'clock 126,940 shares.- The market went ; up after Wall street had read the summaries of the president's, message. It looked very much as though the men who had been attacked did not propose to allow stocks to be influenced by this docu ment, and that the rise In quotations was 'their answer to It. The general statements, however severe, contained in the message, In the absence of spe cific 'recommendations for the cure of the evils charged, took away its sting. Now that the tenor of the report is known it will probably cease to be a market factor. , While sentiment In Wall street was quieted : by the steadiness of stocks during the greater part of the day, this was generally regarded as being due to J support by prominent Interests, and there was a disposition to hold off for the time being, to await the setback which sometimes conies after a crop of failures and other had news. The pop ular view was that the only important factor to Induce buying of stocks at this time Is the steady Inflow of cvsh from the Interior, which will naturally call for the use of the expanding bank reserves In one way or another natur ally by way of investment In standard securities. As opposed to this argu ment as a reason for putting up stocks, some contended that the railroads and other corporations would require a . great deal of hew money for extending maturing loans, and otherwise, and these requirements would "eat up" most of the money which is now com ing this way. The bond department was somewhat chilled by the announcement that bids for $50,000,000 more New York city 4s would be called for about February 15. The old 4s declined fractionally, prob ably as a result of sales by those who thought they would be able to buy the new ones much more cheaply. Hales of railroad bonds were considerably small, er to-day, perhaps because of withhold ing of funds by those who thought they would do better to wait for the new city bond Issue. There was much guessing as to what the new Issuo would bring. For the most part the es timates were low ranging from '1014 to 1024. The announcement that Hhere would probably be another issue next September hid an unfavorable effect. after the circulation of the printed re. ports of the message, but It was ob vious that this was a professional movement on the part of those who had sold stocks yesterday in the sup position that the direction taken by the expressed animosity In the document and who were seeking the occasion of Its publication to get their stocks back again, The late afternoon presented an appearance of almost complete stagna tion. Operations In a few special stocks were without influence on the general market and some of the most influential stocks in the list In their us ual sympathetic effect on the market moved In contrary' directions, Illus trating the entire lack of any consist. ent direction to the movements. In one case this was due to the transfer of a considerable speculative account from one stock to another by selling the one and rebuylng of the other, sales of Pennsylvania being made against pur chases of Reading. The coalers as a group were somewhat depressed by the December net earnings reports of the Central Railroad of New Jersey and the Delaware & Hudson, Indicating In roads upon the earning power of that group In common with the general rail road system of the country. There was an attempt to arouse Interest In the IT. S. Steel stocks and to connect a rise in their prices with the consdlta tions amongst leaders in the steel bus iness which were In progress in this city yesterday. Preliminary estimates of the week's currency movement In dicated another large addition to cash holdings of -the New York clearing house banks, although the flow of funds from the Interior appears to be on a much diminished scale from that of last week and the week before. The closing of the Oriental bank was of as little effect as had been the prev ious similar affairs of the earlier part of the week. There was some effect of depression In the bond market to-day, Including the older New York city 1s sups, as a result of the announcement. Bonds were Irregular. Total sales par value, $4,3R0,000. United States 4s registered declined 1-4 per cent, on call. CLOSING PRICES. This was the dullest day of the yeat on the stock market. Prospects of another good bank statement tomorrow did not Induce any buying .of stocks. The discouraging news of the week has temporarily put an end to the desire of traders to do anything in the market until the out look Is clearer. That the demand from Investors for bonds has been satisfied for the moment is the current belief. Atchison's report for December show ing an Increase of $18.1.487 In gross and a decrease of only $J08,043 In the net was regarded as favorable under the circumstances. For the six months ended December 31 Its gross showed an Increase of $2,986,818, while its net for the game period declined $i,568,533. The demand for bonds, on the board was again confined to semi-speculative Issues. Along with the rise in stocks this class of "securities advanced and there was cmstderable more activity than yesterday. Brooklyn Rapid Tran sit 4s and Inter-Met 4 l-2s held up well. A new feature was the heavy demand for Colorado Southern 4 l-2s, which rose 1 1-2 points. Reported over private wires of Prince & Whitely, members of the New York anil Boston Stock Exchange! New Yorkiofflce, 62 Broadway and If Center street. New Haven, Conn. New York, Jan. 31. Adams Express Co 160 ISO Amal. Copper 614 52 Am Car Foundry Co. ... 304 304 do pfd 89 Am Cotton Oil " 324 S3 do pfd. SO 85 Am Express Co J 80 190 Am Hide & Leather pfd. 144 1SH Am Ice Securities 1 17 Am Linseed Co. "4 9 do pfd 14 29 Am Locoftiotive Co. 31 384 do pfd. 90 91 Am Smelt and Refln. . , 674 674 do pfd ' 914 924 Am Smelt and Refln. ..1144 1144 do pfd 113 115 Am Woolen Vo. 19 194 Anaconda Cop. Mln. Co.. 334 33 Atchi., Top. & St Fe 724 72 do pfd 87 , 874 Atlantic Coast Line .... 684 4 Bait. & Ohio 84 844 do pfd. 83 h Bay State Gas Co 4 Brooklyn Rap Trans Co. 464 46 Brooklyn Union Gas Co.... 90 100 Brunswick Co. 64 8 Canada Southern 57 Canadian Pacific 1504 Central Leather 18 . do pfd , 83 Central of New Jersey . Ches. & Ohio Chicago & Alton do pfd Chi. E. Illinois pfd. , Chicago & Gt. Western 60 151 19 84 172 29 14 50 - 150 ' 44 6 169 294 11 do A pfd , 20 Chi., Mil. & St. Paul . . 1134 do pfd 143 Chi. & Northwest 14 C. R. I A P. C. 4 p c bds 62 Chi., St. P. M. & Omaha 122 Chicago Term Trans . . do pfd 10 Cleve., C. C. & St. L 61 Colorado Fuel & Iron . . 19 Colorado Southern 244 994 152 460 .. 55 324 15 The decision of the steel manufactur ers to maintain prices and the optimis tic statement made last night by 3. p. Morgan at the Waldorf banquet brought some gmd speculative buying Into the Btee stocks. The difference be tween conditions now and in 1903, so far as the matter of keeping prices uni form is concerned, grows more ap parent every day. and is one of the very strong features of this trade situation. STOCK MARKET REVIEAV. Consolidated Gas Del. & Hudson . . Del. Lack & West. . . . iDen. & Rio Grande pfd Distillers Sec. Co Erie do 1st pfd 31 do 2d pfd 21 General Electric 1194 Gt. Northern pfd 1214 Hockinjr Valley Rets 67 do pfd 70 Illinois Central 127 Inter. Metropolitan 8 Inter. Paper Co 10 do pfd 60 Iowa Central 11 Kan C. Ft. S. & M. pfd . 63 Kan. City Southern .... 22 do pfd v . 504 Lake Erie & Western .. 14 Louis. & Nash S7 Manhattan Elevated 128 Mexican Central 18 Mo.. Kan. ft'Texas 23 do pfd. 54 Missouri Pacific 43 National Biscuit 744 National Lead Co 39 N. Y. Air Brake 6 2 President's Message to' Congress No Appreciable Effert. Kew York, Jan. 31. It would b diffl tut to deduce any well formed opinion If the outlook for business prosperity ir the future values of securities from Ihe desultory drift of prices and the Insignificant dealings in t-.1y"a stork market. It was assumed during the Hull period of the morning that the ap pearance of the president's message eat awaited, but when its publication was followed by even greater dul'nrss the eVmclusion was forced that no radl pal shifting of ownership of stocks was being prompted by the communication nf the chief executive's views to con tress. Fricea hardened immediately 964 28 135 33 66 N. Y. Cen. & Hudson . N. Y., Chi. & St. Louis N. Y. & New Haven . . N Y. Out. S. West. . . Norfolk & Western , . . do pfd 79 North American 48 Northern Facific 125 Pacific Mail 27 Periyh-ania R R .... 112 People's Gas. Chi Pressed Steel car ;nit do pfd. 77 Pullman Palace Car Co.. 152 Railway Pfee Springs .. ij Reading .' 103 do 1st. pfd 52 Rep. Iron & Steel Co. .. l do pfd 84 Rock Island Co. 13 25 113 147 624 128 5 15 624 194 264 101 152 600 60 32 16 32 21 122 121 70 75 129 S 11 614 124 65 22 624 16 100 132 19 23 66 434 75 39 63 97 31 1374 334 67 80 49 1254 17 1124 854 21 73 156 i 254 i 1034 I 88 i 17 v ! s ! 14 i do pfd SI0S3 Sheffield Southern Railway Co. . . do pfd Southern Pacific do pfd St. Louis & Southwest. . . do pfd Third Avenue Texas & Pacific Tol.. St. Louis & West.. do pfd Twin City Rapid Transit Union Bag & Paper Co.. . do pfd Union Pacific do pfd U. S. Express Co U. S. Realty & Imp. Co. U. S. Rubber Co do 1st pfd. U. S. Steel Co do pfd do S. F. 5 per cent.. . Vir, Car. Chem. Co. .... Wabash do pfd Wells-Fargo Express Co West. Union Tel. Co. . . West. Electrical Co Wheel. & Lake Erie do 2d pfd Wisconsin Central .do pfd 26 27 394 404 11 11 334 33 , 744' 74 1114 1H 144 154 324 33 20 23 194 lf 144 -1 4 .(34 344 834 &5 4 5 49 49 1224 123 83 S4 80 95 . 38 40 22 23 S14 28 ?S4 924 " 88 8? i74 18 8 R4 15 154 250 310 644 t0 434 44 54 tl'4 r,4 'V 14 164 36 4'i 86 99 97 100 1004 100 NEW YOKK STOCK MARKET. Reported over private wires of Prince tt Whitely, members of the New York and Boston Stock Exchanjea New York office, 52 Broadway and It Center street iiew Haven. - New York, Jan. 31. Open.Hlgh.Low.Last. Amal. Copper .... A. Car & Foun. . A. Cot. Oil Co. .. A. Locomotive Co do. pfd A. S. & Refln. Co A. S. Refln. Co... A., T. & S. Fe ... do. pfd Jalt. & Ohio .. . S. R. T 2&n. Pacific .. .. Cent, of N. J 'hes. & Ohio Chi. & Gt. West. . . M. & St. P. .. 'hi. ft Northwest. C, O..C. & St. L Col. Fuel & Iron. Del. ft Hudson .. Erie ten. Elec. Co. ... North, pfd. .. nter.-Met do. pfd Vf".. k. & T. nfd.. Missouri Pacific , N. Y. C. & Hu.l... a. 1., O. & w :orth. Pacific ... aclflc Mall ., ... Pennsylvania . .. cople's Gas nsadlng ... .. .... i. I. ft S. Co. .. do. pfd ""ock Island Co.. iK pf.l So. Railway Co... (4.1. jJl. ns: ft Pacific , 'nlon Pacific .... T. S. Rub. Co T. S. Steel Co do. pfd. ...... Vsbash pfd. . .. . V. V. Tel. Co. ... AT. ft L. K. 2d pf.l 514 524 30 304 32 32 37 38 904 91 67 684 5: 30' 4 324 374 90M 6T 114 1144 724 874 874 87 84 84 464 4T 1504 1514 170 170 294 29 5 5 113 113 146 145 514 52 20 20 152 152 154 154 120 120 1214 122 8 84 1- 4 874 84 46 514 30 324 37 904 674 U.J-)4 ,11-. i 714 874 834 46 1504 151 170 170 294 29 44 5 1124 US i 146 146 514 52 19 19 150 152 154 134 120 120 120 121 8 8 23 5rl 43 974 2vi 1254 27 113 85 234 55 434 974 126 274 113 85 224 55 43 97 32 224 43 97 32 4 1024 103 . 16 164 684" 684 13 13 J7;, 27 7IU 10 11 ;94 194 122 t23 2 2' 125 1254 274 2T4 1124 1124 85 85 1024 103 164 m i 684 13 10 334 194 1224 122 22 22 684 13 T4'4 J1 324 194 84 92 15 55 64 29 934 ;s 65 64 2S4 92 15 544 64 284 924 15 514 64 BOSTON STOCK M ARKET. Reported over private wires of Horn- blowtr It Weeks, members of the New York and Boston Stock Ex changes. New Haven offlce, ?7 Center street Boston, Jan. 31. Hlgh.Low.Bld.Asked. Ad vent nr.? .. .... 2 , 2 Hi lies! 30 30 30 31 Arcadian 54 54 44 5 Atlantic 12 124 124 13 Bingham 54 64 54 64 Vston Cons. .. . 164 16 16 164 Butte Colatlon ... 194 19 "aluniet ? r!i . 113 114 Calumet ft Hecla, ' 665 670 Centennial 244 24'j 24 :'4 K Copper Range ... 644 64 64 644 Daly West 8 94 Franklin - 94 10 Granby 90 90 Glreene Cananea ... 9 8 8 9 Isle Rcyal 25 24 244 24 La Salle 154 154 - - Mass. Cons 34 4 Mohawk 66 64 65 56 Nevada Cons'. .... 14 H North Butte .... 504 60 60 504 Old Dominion ... 39 37 4 38 39 Osceola 86 88 Parrot t. 13 14 Quincy 87 87 87 89 Shannon 124 124 124 13 Tamarack 70 Trinity 16 15 154 15 IT. S. Mining .... - 334 34 do. pfd - 39 39 Utah Cons 40 39 384 39 United Coppr ... 64 64 64 Wolverine 130 129 Am. Tel. ft Tel. . 108 1074 107 107 Mass. Gas 644 544 63 64 Swift ft Co 994 994 994 100 United Shoe com. 44 444 444 45 do. pfd. 26 24 254 25 United Fruit .. .. 1184 1184 1174 118 New Haven 1.16 135 133 13S Cons. Ry. 4s. 1954 Cons. Ry debs, 1130 D. & N. 4s. 1955 Dan. & Bethel 6s. 1914. . . Harlem & P. C, 4s, 1911. do. 4s. 1954 Housatonio 4s, mo .... do. 6s, 1954 Mer. & Comp, 5s, 1923... Naugatuck 4s. 1964 Northampton 6s, 19O0.T. V J I A1. - 11.1, N,H. & Derby 1st' 6s,l9is! 100 im. n. oc vv. h. 6s. 191Z.. N. H. Street 6s, 1913 ' 994 N. H. Street 5s. 1914 99 4 New Lon. Street 5s 192S., 96 N Y. & NH.conv. 6sl48.. 123 N.H., N.H. & M.debJ 4,1947 N.Y. &N.H. conv. 6s. 1948 123 N. N.H. & H. 4S, 1S5U.. do. 34s, 1954 N. Y. & N. E. 5s. 1945 104 N. Y. ft N. E. 4s. 1945. . . 97 Shore Line 4s, 1910.... tT Wor. & C. E. 1st 44s, 1943 Miscellaneous Bnnd. Adams Express 4s, 1948.. 85 Boston Elec, 6s, 1908 100 Branford L. & W. 6s, 1937 In. Silver 6s, 1933...,. 75 . In. Silver 6s, 1948..? 103 N. H. Gas, con. 6s, 1923..., 113 N. H. Water con. 1910-15. N. H. Sewer 4s. 1914 6 N. H. City Bridge. 3 4 i.... NewLon.Steam, 6s, 1913-20 100 N. L. Gas & Elec 5s, 1927. 87 New Lon. G. ft E. 5s. 1929. 964 N. Milford W. P. 6s, 1932.. New London Steamboat 6s 100 S. N. E. Tel. 6s. 1932 102 Swift a Co. 5s, 1914 93 Unit. 111., 4s, 1940 85 88 SO 97 100 100 97 110 101 1234 82 124 90 SO 110 10) 99 90 105 80 104 4 117 152 96 102 103 103 4 100. 87 ' Ex-dlvldend. PARK TREASURER REPORTS. Etlgewood Park Cost $10,300 Last Year. Henry F. English, treasurer of the park board, with 9 few recommenda tions by President Henry T. Blake, handed in his annual report to Mayor 'Martin, yesterday. The report shows a prosperous year for the board which has charge of the beautifying of the park system of iJew Haven. The city was complimented by Frederick L. Olmstead, Jr., who recently visited the city parks. This fact was mentioned by President Blake in his remarks at the beginning of the report. Mr. Blake also made special note of the work done by Gustave X. Amryhn, the gen eral superintendent, of parks. In the treasurer's report Hip amount appropriated by the city as an annual appropriation was $23,000. The city also made special appropriations amounting to $10,398.23. The total amount donated this year was $7, 418.57, which was made by Henry T. English for the artificial lake in Edge wood park. The greatest amount expended dur ing the year on any park was $10, 300.15 on Edgewood park which amount Includes the donation from 'Mr. English. The purchases of land for additions to Beaver Ponds park cost $3,415 and 116 acres of land were bought. In West Rock park but five acres were bought during the year. The total amount expended during the year on this park was $3,929.78. On East Rock park for the year there was ex pended $4,785.65. The total expenditures for the year were $42,561.88. MOST SEWERS GOOD. Mulvcy Hns Been Making General Inspection. Joseph J. Mulvey, superintendent of sewers, reports that the city sewer sys tem Is In good shape. With the excep tion of Meadow street break, and the broken bulkhead at the City Point dock, there are no breaks In the sys tem. Since his appointment, Superin tendent Mulvey has had a force of about twenty men husy on the city sewers and cleaning out the traps. The cold weather of the last two d'ays has necessitated a let-up on the Inspection work. Superintendent Mulvey says that he Is hoping to get at that Meadow street break by the first M the week. It will cost about $500 to repair the damage at that place. The work cannot be done on the City Point bulkhead until CHy Engineer Kelly has Inspected the damage. BOY M VNSL.U'GirrFR CASE OYER New London. Jan. 31. Frank Alvah Morgan, the elpven-yenr-old Ledyard boy. charged with manslaughter for the killing of a playmate. Ivy Rogers, last summer, was taken to the Memorial hospital this afternoon to undergo an operation to remove a growth some what similar to an abscess, and his rase has gone over to the next term of the superior court. HAITI CONDITIONS NOR.MAL. Washington, Jan. 31. Normal condi tions having been resumed In southern Haiti, orders have been sent to the commander of the gunboat Eagle, which has heen there looking after American Interests, to continue the sur vey work on which she was eneraired prior to the revolutonary outbreak. LOCAL. STOCK QUOTATI07ll. Co., Investment Brokers. 133 Orange street. Par. Bid. Asked City...... 100 1414 First National 100 170 Second Natlonql .... 100 184 . Nat. New Haven .... 100 184 Mechanics 60 7 4 Merchants National.. 50 S8 Nat. Tradesmens .... lftO 175 New Haven County. . 10 16 16 Yale National 100 136 New Haven Tiust ... 100 121 Peoplt's B. & Trust.. 100 110 Miscrllnacoue stuck. Par Bid. Asked American Brass 100 i9 American Hardware. 100 107ty Edison Elec. Boston. 1 W 25 2"6 International Silver . inn 5 9 do. pfd I'iO 60 New Haven Gas 25 40 . N. H. Water Co 60 95 Feck, Stow A Wilcox -'5 14 Sec.iritv Insurance ..25 4" 44 N. Y. ft N. J Tel 1 no 99 ll Swift ft Co 1 00 98 93 S. N. E. Tel 10" 1034 United Illumina'.ing. 10 J 153 j ' Railroad Storks. - Boston ft A'bany ... lift n t Conn. R. ft L. ion ?n 2 ; Conn. R. L. prof., jan 74 77 f Danbury ft Bethel ..25 New Iiond. Nortn.... 170 lsn Prince & Whitely STOCK AND BOND BROKERS. 52 Broadway, New York. 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. STOCKS, BONDS and all classes of Investment Securities; also Grain, Provisions and Cotton bought and sold on commission. Private wires to New York, B-eton, Chicago and Richmond, Va. C. B. B0LMER, Manager New Haven Branch. STOCKS BONDS F. S. Butterworth& Co., Investment Securities Private Wire for execution of order! upon New York Stock Exchange , Quotations and Information furnished upon applica'ior. Telephone 3100-3101 Exchange Building FINANCIAL HORNBLOWER cS WEEKS MEMBERS OP NEW YORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. New Haven Office 27 Center Street F. D. WETMORE, Manager. NEW YORK. ' CHICAGO. BOSTON. H. C. Warren & Co. BANKERS ' Investment Securities 108 Orange Street. M,H' DICK BROS. &, GO. 30 BROAD STREET, NJiiW YORK , . ' ' HEVr.Ena New York Stock Exchange . ' Philadelphia Stork Exchange .Vevr York Cotton Exchange Sent York Coffee Exchange Peir Orleans Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade Aaaoclate Member Liverpool Cot ton Exchange. Stocks. Boud, Cotton, Grain and Coffee. EDWARD B EAMES, Mgr. NEW n. VEST BHANCH S3 CEJTTEK STREET, THE SAVINGS BANK la safe fosters thrift, protects earn, lugs, provides for the future IF 'OD Livrc. THE STANDARD EQUITABLE ' POLICY Is safer, more advantageous, fostera thrift, safeguards savings, provides for the future and the family WHETU ER OU UVE OR DIE. ABSOLUTE FINANCIAL SECURITY. CLAIMS PAID LIKE SIGIIT-DR&TTg COUPON. la.uraac.. on the fa'V V'persoa years of age f, if ( Name. . ' . '.... A.'dress . ' HOT BRANCH OFFICE John Knox & Go,, Commission Brokers Hubinger Building, 840 Chapel Street, Telephone 61T. KW HAVBW. C05H. ; Carre (pendent John Mora. ( Stock. Honda, Grata and Cotton bought and sold (or cash or on moden' deposits. ' ' ' . Qnlek srrlce. prompt dellveryr Immediate settlements. Also dealers In mining securities of htgh grate , JAMES C. KERRIGAN. (New Location) ROOMS 11-12, 102 ORANGE STREET. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. INVESTMENT SECURITIES ' Having added to our other llntai that of investment. securities, we tire In position to reach a new field of Investors. If you have any securities. In small amounts, you wish to sell, we have a good and quick outlet for them. Come and see us. ' James H. Parish & Co. succeeding- NEWTON & PARISH. Stocks and Bonds, Csalers in Invastmint Securities 86 Orange Street. v THE Ctias. W, Scranton Co, Investment Brokers 103 ORANGE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. i H. ft Conn West lo N.Y. N.H H R. R. 1 fl Railroad Bonds 135H Bid. Berkshire St. Ss, 1922 Bridgeport Trac 6s. 1921. Bristol Tramway Conn. Ry. t'.js. 1951 95 Cons. Ry 4s, end 1956.... 41 1 136H Asked 100U 104 IS IV ADMIMSTK ATIOX. STRICTFST KCOXOMY To insure strict economy In ad ministration of trnst funds, the trust company is lurtisienHihle. If an individual, actlni? as Kx futor or Trustee, dies before his trnst is completed, there is always more or loss expense attendant on the appointment of a successor.. The ew Ha ven Trnst fomnany acts as Kxerutor, Trustee, Guardian and Administrator, and It never dies, f S NEW KSEN TPXST' COMPANY High grade Bonds and Stocks suitable for the investment of Trust Funds. List of offerings furnished upon application. Orders executed for invest ment for securities listed on the New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. Private telegraph wires to New York and Boston. LOCAL INVESTMENTS N; Y., N. H. & H. R. R. new Convertible 6's. Conn. R'way & Light 41t2's due 1951. , ' N. H. Street R'way 1st 5's 1913. - ' KIM8ERLY. ROOT 4 CO.. Tel 1101. IBS Oransre street. Private slra te New Yenc Bsstsm MERCANTILE SAFE 1 DEPOSIT COMPANY FCKNISnES A CONVENIENT AND SECURE. PLACE FOR THE DEPOSIT OP YOUR SE. CURITIES AND VALUABLES. 72 CHURCH STREET. Booiljf, Uclellao & Ce., onviLfiKB 57 BROADWAY, , NEW YORK. OF New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Boogrfct aad ?d o. commission for easfc v., uo inRrBin, also Cottoa, Grain or Provisions, Investment Securities. ? A SPECIALTY. ,-j , HEW HAVEN BRANCH, 29-3 1 CENTbffsT. JOHN C. CLARK M Private Wires to New York & Chicago NEW HAVEN cm J MTV NATIONAL BANK . mi BIATE STREET. ;t - ' ' t i ESTABLISHED 1SS4. . Capital ....$35b,00c! Surplus .......... $350,00C This bank offers ors every facility for buiineM and invites the accounts of cor) porations, firms and individu als. , '.v ;.. . ezekiel o. stoddard! President! HORATIO Q. REDFIELD, . ':! Caahlei WILLIAM 0. REDFIELD, Assistant Caahler? INVESTMENTS. Conn. Railway .& LlKhtlna- Co.. ftnm' mull. . International' Sliver Co.. nreferred . N. V, N. H. & H. New 6 Convertibl ueoeniurei. - - ,(. , Berkshire 8treet Railway, 6, lit (N. Y N. H. &: H. System). , Local Bank fitorks. Tri-Clty Railway Co. Stock. The W. r. Fields, Co! 902 CHAPEL ST. . ; TELEPHONE 6870. $20,000 To Loan ' on Real Estate in sums to suit. Lomas & Nettleton bANKERS AND BR01C3.?i, ?37 ORANGE STREET DO IT NOW Fire Insurance. Cannon, Morse $ Co. i792 Chaoel St. THE NATIONAL TRADESMENS BANK Deals in foreign exchange, buy ing and selling drafts, and issu ing Travelers' Letters of Credit available throughout the United Stat'es and all parts of the world. The officers of the bank in vite correspondence in regard to terms and on any bankin? j subject- M Union Trust Go " KEW HAVEN. f Chartered by the State of Connrtiil with authority to act aa Er.ecutor. Ad mlntetrator. Guardian. Receiver. A Trustee, under will or deed. 1 Is leffal depository or money nM iJ to Court, and PuDlio Truat Funds, not at Trustee (or Municipalities, CorporJ t ion snd Individuals, and udmlmat! Trusts of all kinds. Empoweruu io a s registrar of Stocks, bonds or oth evidences of Indebtedness, manage slnl : lng funds, -and do all business such , 1 Is usually done by Trust Companies- It also Aoes a general banking bust ness, collecting checkn, notes, coupon and receives deposits. The principal each trust Is Invested by Itself si kept separate and apart from the gei iral assets of the Compaii,. i This Company Is by law regular , examined by the Bunk Eramlner of tl State of Connecticut i HENRY Ij. HOTCHKISS, Preslder? ' . . EUGENE BRISTOL. Treasure! i C. E. Itaoi & Son Bonds for Investment and Local Stocks Yielding from 5 to 6 per c 816 Chapel Street. A Clean Recor of Sixty-Four fears. He law rafta or aarjal4 leases and any policies Issued by the North Age cy since It waa established in 114. Should this mean ' anything to 1 property holder who wants to get t benefit cf an experienced and rellat agency to look after his Insurance bit lr.ess? Our rates are exactly the asms those charged by others. Why not look Into this matter a C tie? Perhaps yon take lest pains selecting your Inturarca than yea your clears. JOHN C. NORTH. To CHURCH STREET. First Building north of the Pott Ofek i jf if ll S-4- it f M' . it n i (A It!