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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1908. FINANCIAL BACKING The best financial harking is your own bank account the con. nectlons you make with the right Hank. The young merchant should grow up with the young Rank, because it affords greater inducements and liberality. There's no red-tape here you conic in direct con tact with the ofliocrs without undue formality. It's business to you; why not come in awl talk- business with us? 9b FINANCIAL REVIEW Outcome of New York Bond Sale Received With - Satisfaction. Brooklyn Hap Trans Co.. 38"8 Brooklyn Union Gas Co.. 90 Brunswick Co " j Canada Southern 65 ! Canadian Pacific 113 flitv! Centra! Leather IT5 79Vj 163 AIDS INVESTMENT MARKET Waiting Attitude of Capital Continued by Many Unsettling In 1 fiuences. New . York. Feb. 16. The most im portant event of last week in the finan cial world was the sale of $50,000,000 of New York city 4 1-2 per cent bonds, the largest single offering in the his tory of the municipality. The sale es tablished new. records in various other particulars, the 1,160 individual bid ders far out numbering the previous record of S6 for last September $40,000, 000 sale and the gross bids reached the enormous total of $uOO,000,0OO or an over subscription six times the amount of the issue. The average price realized at 104 comoares with 102,063 for the Sepemrer issue, or, in other terms, the new issue is on a basis of investment return to the subscribers of 4.32 per cent compared with 4.39 per cent for the September subscriptions. The out come is regarded as a solid testimonlal- to improving financial health. Bond dealers as a rule express great satisfac tion with the result and look for ma terial benefit of the market for nil grades of investment securities. The se:uritles market gave clear evi dence of the waiting attitude assumed toy the substantial capital interests of this cotntry pending the more definite shaping of ndustrial and business af fairs. Operations were manifestly in professional hands to a large extent and the shifting fluctatlong of prices represented little more than the vary ing fortunes of the contest being wag ed between them. Occasionally there was liquidation in one or another spec ial security which had an unsettling effect on the whole list, and carried prices in some individual stocks to points lower than were touched in the panic period. The question of the in tegrity of dividends in face of the heavy fall off in traffic and earnings of the railroad naturally played a consid erable part in the weakn, Tk Imminent reeds of financing to nleot maturing re quirements was another cause which bore heaviest nn securities of compan ies of which these needs were known to be most urgent. This cause was ag gravated by the fact that the Invest ment demand for bonds, which became active during January has largely sub Bided, despite the continued ease In the money market. The downward course of money rates, in fact, suffered some arrest, especlaiy in foreign markets, where the payment of bank of England obligations to the bank of France was an influence with reactionary effect on British consols and gilt-edged investment Issues. Be tween now and July 1 there are heavy maturities of short-time railroad notes, of. some bonds dating back from an earlier period of payments of install ments of subscriptions on capital Issues which were offered before the stringen cy In the money market developed. An awakening of investment demand from capital Is important not only to pro 'ide for these refunding operations on issues of which the proceeds have al ready been expended, but also to pro vide resources for the resumption of plans of equipment and betterment un derway. . Thesj have been the unsettling Influ ences In the securities market and their effect has not been entirely neutralized ty the conservative opinions of im provement in the general business situ ation which, finds expression from var ious authoritative source and find con firmation in some of the returns of trade. News of factory resumptions on a considerable scile has been a feature of day-to-day developments, mixed however, with advlves of additional curtailment in other lines. Figures of bank ' clearings. . while still showing a large contraction from last year's cor responding periods are beginning to make a less favorable comparison than the preced'ng reports. The same Is true of gross earnings of railroads for the latter week's reporting. The net returns to railroads for 'December now coming in reflect the depth of the de pression and their Influence has' to be contended with. Authorities in the iron and steel trade speak with some en couragement of an enlargement of de mand and the placing of some orders fore steel rails by the railroads was an episode of the west that was regarded as favorable. 10 3 15H 106 138 139 do pfd Central of New Jersey Ches. u: -iiiuii . do pfd Chi. & E. Illinois pfd, Chi. & Gt. Western . do A pfd CM., Mil. & St. Paul . . do pfd Chi. & Northwest Chi., St. P. M. & Omaha 115 Chicago Term. Trans.) . . do pfd 10 Cleve., C, C. & St. L Colorado Fuel & Iron Colorado Southern 23 Consolidated Gas ....... 97 Del. & Hudson 1434 Del. Lack. & Western .. 465 Den. & Rio Grande pfd. . 45 Distillers Sec. Co Erie do 1st pfd. .. do 2d pfd. .. General Electric Gt. Northern pfd 116i Hocking Valley Rets 65 do pfd 70 Illinois Central 124 Inter. Metropolitan .... 7 Inter. Piper Co 94 do pfd 59"4 Iowa Central 10 Kan. C, Ft. S. & M. pfd 60 Kan City Southern 18 do pfd 47 39 100 1 10 62 H3U 17i 81 180 27i 11 49 150 2 20 106 140 122 13 mi 49u 164 16;. 23',a 98 146 500 47 294 1414 2814 21 115 II614 Boston Cons. .. .. Butte Collation .. Calumet & Ariz. . Calumet & Hecla. Ci.pper Range .... Franklin Greene Cananea . Isle Royal Nevada Cons. North Butte .. .. '-.jd Dominion ... Osceola Quiney .. Shannon .. Tamarack Trinity .. L'tah Cons. 15U - 1714 l-'s 106 105 639 '30 58i 5;i 8'i S!i 7S4 20-4 JfU " - S 19 43'4 42 4-"4 42i 31U 32 ?2 ?i - 7 7rt 14 U 13i 80 M 104 10'i 10'.i 62 65 344 34 - - 29 14 27'4 20 114 LOCAL STOCK Ql?OTATIO!S. Corrected dally by Klmberly. Root Co.. Investment Brokers. 133 Orange street. Tar (,RM MASTER VISITS. Bid. Asked 175 16 126 110 City .... 100 141 First National 100 170 Second National .... 100 18414 Nat. New Haven 100 1S4 Mechanics SO Merchants National. . 50 Nat. Tradesmens .... 100 New Haven County.. 10 Vale National 100 New Haven Trust ... 10U People's B. & Trust.. 100 Mlsteliaaeon Storks. Par. Bid American Brass 100 . American Hardware. 100 Kdison Klec, Boston. 10(1 International Silver . 100 do. pfd 10) New Haven Gas .... 25 N. H. Water Co 60 Peck. Stow & Wilcox i'i Security Insurance.. 23 N. Y. & N. J. Tel. ... U0 Swift & Co 100 S. N. K. Tel 100 United Illuminating. 10J Ilallroud Storks. Boston & Albany ... 100 . 19S Conn. R. & I. 100 62 Conn. Ry. pref 75 Danliury & Bethel... 25 New Loiul. North..,. 10,i 170 H. & Conn. West.... 100 N.Y.. N.H. & H. R. R. 100 132 68 16 134 Asked 109 1074 20G 9 60 4214 95 60 44 93 98 10314 153 204 5 4014 41 Lake Erie & Western .. 12 Louis. & Nash. 89 Manhattan Elevated .... 124 Mexican Central 1714 Mo., Kan. & Texas .... 18 do pfd 53 Missouri Pacific 35'4 National Biscuit 734 National Lead Co 37 N. Y. Air Brake 58 X. Y. Cen. & Hudson . . 93 N. Y. Chi. & St. Louis.. 2614 N. Y. & New Haven .... 130 Norfolk & Western .... 61 do pfd 70 North American 42H Northern Pacific 119'4 Pacific Mall 25 Pennsylvania R. R 11 OH People's Gas, Chi 84'i Pressed Steel Car 1SS4 do pfd 70 Pullman Palace Car Co. 147 Railway Steel Springs .. 22 Reading 9414 do 1st pfd 81 Rep. Iron & Steel Co. .. 15'4 do pfd 66 Rock Island Co 11 14 do pfd 2374 SIoss Sheffield '. . 37 Southern Railway Co. .. fj do pfd 30 Southern Pacific 6S4 do. pfd log St. I & Southwestern .... llti do. pfd 26 Third Avenue 20 Texas Pacific. 17 Toledo, St. L. & Western.. do. pfd 34'4 Twin City Rapid Transit.. SO Union Bag & Paper Co. .. 4 do. pfd 49 Union Pacific 114 do. pfd SO United States Express Co. 70 U, S. Realty & Imp Co 35 U. S. Rubber Co IR14 do. 1st pfl 7974 United States Steel Co 27 do. pfd 91 74 do. S. F. 5 p. c 88'4 YJa.-Carollna Chem Co 16 Wabash KV; do. pfd. .'. H'4 Wells-Fargo Express Co.... 230 Western Union Tel. Co 46'4 Westlnghouse Eloc. Co 40 Wheeling & Lake Erie 514 do. 2d pfd 7 Wisconsin Central 1314 do. pfd 35 NEW YORK STOCK MARRRT. 74 125 8 1014 60V4 12 65 1S 47yt 14 90 12514 17 19 5414 38 75 3714 60 9314 28 135 6214 78 45 119 29 110 84'4 19H 7214 151 244 94Vt 88 16 " 67 11 2414 38 9 3014 6S14 110 12'4 27'4 22 IS 15' 35H 814 5 52 114 82 85 3814 20 27 92 88 17 9 15 30 48 41 6 8 14'4 3S Reported over private wires of Prince tt Whttely, member of the New York and Boston Rtoek Rxchnn... New York offlce, K2 Broadway and li Lemer iireei. iew Haven. New York, Feb. 15. Open.Hlgh.Low.Lasf. 4814 48 47t,4 47 26 '4 26, 25 26 CliOSTNG PRICES. Reports"! over pr'.vata wlret of Prlnc A Whttely, member of the New York and Boston Stock ExchanKei New York offlce. R2 Broadway and li Center atreet. New Haven. Conn. - New York. Feb. 14 Adama Expre.-s Co 166 Amal. Copper ......... 47 2. 2. 25 26 33 32 32 59 53 56 67 112 112 110 110 16 16 16 16 Am Car Foundry' Co. ... 26 do pfd S5 Am Cotton Oil 26 do pfd SO American Express Co.. . . 165 Am. Hide & Leather pfd. 13 Am Ice Securities 14 Am Linseed Co 7 do pfd. ........... Am Locomotive Co; do pfd Am Smelt, and Refin. . do pfd Am Sugar Refin. Co . . . do pfd Am Woolen Co Anaconda Cop. Min. Co Atchi., Top. & St Fe . do pfd Atlantic Coat Line . . . Bait. & Ohio 77 do pfd 2 Eav State Cai Co. ..... . 8 'i no 109 16 30 67 MH 64 175 47 2 90 27 85 185 1 14 9 23 33 90 Amal. t opper .... A. C. & Foun.... A. Cot. Oil Co. .. A. Loconotive Co. A. S. & Refin. Co. A. S. Rtfin. Co. .. A. Woolen Co. .. a. 1. & fanta FC s? 69 6714 (57 Bait. & Ohio 78 78 77' 77 Brook. Rap. Tran 40 40 38 39 Can. Pacltis 145 145 ' 143 14.1 Cbes. & Ohio .... 27 27 27 27 C, M. & St. P. .. 108 10S iftfiij iofi- Chi. & Northwest. 140 140 139U tw. IS 18 17 . 17 98 98 PS 98 14? 148 Hjij n.,i4 14 14 14 14 115 115 114 114 118 118 116 116 .90 90 89 89 3T 37 33 3S 94 94 93 93 121 121 11914 119 111 111 110 lin 85 85 84 S4 Itallroad Honda. Bid. 99 95 95 95 87 87 99 97 100 100 10J 100 99 100 100 9S Berkshire St. 5s. 1922 Bridgeport Trac. 6s, 1923 Bristol Tramway 4s.l945 Conn. Ry. & L. 41is. 1951. Conn. Ry. & L. 4a, Stamp cons. Hy. 4s, 1950 Cons. Ry. 4s, end 1956.... Cons. Ry. 4s, 1954 Cons. Ry. debs, 1930 IX &- N. 4s, 19.) 6 Dan. & Bethel 6s, 1914.... Harlem & P. C. 4a. 1911.. do. 4s, 1954 Housatonio 4s, 1910 do. 5s. 1954 Mer. & Conip. 5s, 1023 . . . . NaugatucK 4s, 1964 Northampton 6s, 19n9 N. H. & Center 6s, 1933. .. N.H. & Derby 1st 6s, 1918. N. H. & V. II. 6s, 1912.. N. 11. Street 5s. 1913 N. H. Street 6s, 1914 New Lon. St. 5s. 1923.. N Y. & N.H. conv. 68,1948 119 N.Y..N.H. & H.rteh3s,1947 N.Y., N. It. & H. 4s, 1955.. do 3s, 1954 77 N. Y. &N. E. 6s, 1946 104 N. Y. & N. E. 4s. 1945... 95 Shore Line 4s, 1910.... 97 Won & C. E. 1st 4s, 1943 95 .Ulaeellnoeoua Bonds. Bid. Adams Express 4s, 1948.. 90 Boston Klec. 6s. 1908 100 Branford L. W. 6s, 1937 In. Silver 6s, 1948 103 In. Silver 6s 73 N. H. Gas. cori. 5s, 1923.... 113 N. H. Water con. 19U-15. N. H. Sewer 4s, 1914 96 N. H. City Bridge. 3 s. . . . NewLon. Steam. 6s, 1913-20 100 N. 1 Gas A Elec 6s. 1927. 97 New Lon, G. & E. 6s, 1929 96 N. Mllford W. P. 6s. 1932.. S. N. E. Tel. 6s, 1948 101 Swift & Co. 6s, 1914 98 Unit. 111. 4s, 1940 85 200 63 77 2i 182 44 133 Asked. 1)0 105 97 97 90 90 90 80 97 100 100 99 110 Pleasant Masonic (iatlieiing nt Yalo ' .Masonic Club. ! There was a very pleasant gathering : at the rooms of the Yale Masonic club on last Friday evening it being- the oc- : c asion of a visit by the Grand Master of Masons of Connecticut Edward E. ! Fuller of Tolland. The Yale Masonic . club numbers among is members, ma- sons from nearly all the states as far 1 west as California and as far soutli as Tennessee. The club was organized less ' than two years ago and is in a very . prosperous condition. In addition to j their own members present at this j meeting there were also quite a num- j tier of prominent local masons among i whom were Past Masters S. J. Bryant, j Wallace S. Moyle and Julius Ferris of Hiram lodge. Past Grand Master Fred j H. Waklron, Past Masters Willis L'. j Mix and C. N. McEwen of Wooster lodge, Frank Hooper Master of Woos ter lodge, Troi. IA. E. Curdy, Prof. C. Sherman, L, M. Tarr, W. F. Alcorn, C. W. Selk, W. M. Davis, H. M. Dewey and others. The evenlnr was devoted mostly to speaking, Grand Master Fuller being the principle speaker and was listened to with marked attention. Light je- freshinents were served during the evening. Previous to the meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Waldron gave a dinner to Grand Master Fuller, President W. V. Musgrave, Vice President H. H. Harbison and Secretary E. M. Water- bury at their home on Howe street. Next month the Grand Master of New York Hon. Townsend Scudder Is expected to be present and will address the club. 101 120 82 93 80 110 99 99 Asked. 92 103 75 117 152 95 103 99' 107 100 87 li Ex-dlvldend. NEW ITALIA X MXER. We Offer, Subject to Previous Sale or Change of Price: 15,flOO I!urlingn, t'ediir Kapld & Northern 1at 3!tge. Regtatrred 5" f 1(13-1. nt 10SI14 mid Interest; to yield 4AW(. fCi.000 Northern Pnelue Hy. Trior Lien Gold 4u of 1007, at 100 and ln- tereat; ft ylrld 4(,'t. The above arcurltiea are legal for tnveatmenta for anvlnsa bnnka. 910,000 Galventon. Houston & Hendrrann la( Mtge. 5a of 1013, at 07 and InlfreNt; to ylrld !i"t''c. fl5,R(to Miasuurl, Iviiiinhn Tcxn Ry. of Tries Sa of 1042, at 103 nnd intrrrnt, to yield 4.Hri',', . $50,000 Western Unrjlnnd It. tt. lt MtKe. 4a of 1052, at .IS and In- tereat!. to jirld 7.10';j. ' (7,000 t'oluiuliua Greenville It. K. lat Mtge. 6 of 1018, at 103 interrat) to yield 5.45'. F. S. BuLterworth & Company Telephones 3100-3101 Exchange Build n i BURTON ADDRESSES G. A. R. Iarge Turnout of Veterans Hear Nationnl Commander. The Admiral Foote Post, G. A. R assembled 200 strong at the Tontine Saturday night. The guest of hour, Charles G. Burton of Kansas City, Mo national commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, delivered an address. No pains or expenses had been spared to mako the ocuslon one that would live long in the memories of those who attended, and not since the un veiling of the East Rock monument was such a turning out of the old vet erans of New Haven when Sheridan and Sherman participated In the exer cises Incident to the unveiling of the monument on East Rock park in 18S7. Admiral Foote post is the second larg est post in the United States. Among the guests were Charles Ap pcll of Mlddletown, the state command er; Major A. B. Beers of Bridgeport, George Bobbins, senior vice commander of Waterhury; Thomas Bondren, past department commander, of Bridgeport; Selah G. Blakeman of Danbury, depart ment commander; ("apt. S. J. Chaffee of Ansonla; Theodore A. Sage, chief of staff; C. W. Drlst'Oll of Hartford, Junior vice commander; A. H. North of Walllngford, chief mustering officer. ADMITS MAXV MEMBERS. Thirty-four Join Xpw Club. Democratic Clarence E. Thompson & Sons INVESTMENT BROKERS. 810 Chapel Street. Telephone 2053. On application, would be pleasec to submit for considera tion their list of Attractive Investments to net from 5 to 6 per cent. THE SAVINGS BANK is safe fosters thrift, protects earn ings, provides for the future IF YOC LIVE. THE STANDARD EQUITABLE POLICY is safer, more advantageous, foster thrift, ha f (-guards savings, provides for the future antl Hie family WHETH ER YOU LIVE OR DIE. ABSOLUTE FINANCIAL SECURITY. CLAIMS PAID LIKE SIGHT-DRAFTS COUPON. The Epuitable Life Assurance Society v. n. mrier, Mgr., r-xenange dag., New Haven, Conn. Without committing myself to any ptlnn T ahull' hu al.J v.a .,n. send me full particulars regarding your new STANDARD POLICY,, for $ of insurance, on the lif a of a person years of age. Name. ..... ....... . ...,m Address Date.... I H. C. Warren & Go. I BANKERS Investment Securities 108 Orange Street. J HORNBLOWER WEEKS MEMBERS OB' NEW YORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. NEW YORK. New Haven Office 27 Center Street, F. I). WETMORE, Manager. CHICAGO. BOSTON. DICK BROS. & CO 30 BKOAD STREET, NJiiW YORK. , HBMVER9 vr- vrir ainrk E.clinnite Philadelphia Slock Exchange New York Cnlton FlxebnnKe Nw York Coffee ExehanBe !cw Orlean. Cotton Exehnnire rhleaBo Hoard of Trade AaaoclRto Mrmbera Liverpool Cot ton rxennnire. Stocka, Bond. Cotton, nrnla and Coffee. EDWARD B EAMES, Mgr. vntvnTN nnANrn S3 cbnttcw Tngnrr. in ill 19 i sou 67S 85 65 7S S4 Col. Fuel & Iron.. Cons. Gas Del. & Hudson .. Erie Gen. Elec. Co. ... Gt. North, pfd. .. Luls. & Nash. .. Missouri Pacific . N. Y. r. & Hud. .. North. Pacific ... Pennsylvania . .. People's Gas Reading R. I. & S. Co I do. pM Rock Island Co. .. I do. pfd South. Pacifl. ... Pouth. R'way Co. ; do. pfd i Union Pacific ... I". S. Ptcl Co. .. ; do. pf.-i: .. .. , W. U. Tel. Co S4U $H 9i 9.1 13''i li l.iH 6S 12 7S 3D 117 117 H3i 114 93 93 91 4T 47 46 Dura degli Abrurr.l Espertrd In To-day. S. S. "Ditca deRll Abruzai," Is expect ed to artlve In New York this morning on her maiden trip from Naples after a very fast and successful voyage. This steamer is the latest addition to the fleet of the Navleazlone Generale Itallana of which Messre. Hartfield, So larl & Co. are the agetits, and Is des tlned to the North American trade, ply ing betivenn Naples and Genoa to New York and vlre-versa. She was launched on the 5th of May, 190", from the shipyards of Miieslano at Spezia, Italy, and after being equip ped at Genoa, went out for the speed trial on the 22nd of Decemher last when she developed an average speed of 17.75 knots per hour with a maximum of 1R.92 knots. She, Is a twin screw steamer equip ped with two quadruple compound en gines of 4,200 horse power each, built by the firm, of Nicola Odero; she has a. displacement of 10,000 tons. The "Du ca degli Abruzzl" can accommodate eighty first-clans passengers and 1,800 steerage passengers. Every modern ap pliance for the comfort of the pas sengers, and tending to make the travel as pleasant as possible is to be found on this steamer. In fact the state rooms, the dining and smoking rooms, the parlors as well as the reception hall and the main stairway are really luxurious; everything is profusely dec orated with that fine art In which the Italians always excel!; at the brad of the nvtin stnlrwiy a large portrait of the Duke of Abruzzl is to be seen. As for the steerage, no other steam er at present in the traffic of the Med iterranean can equal this new trans Atlantic vesel. The main purpose of the builders has been to afford the steerage passengers roomy, well alp'd quarters; and it can be slid that th"y hae fuliy succeeded. The "Ducva derli Abruzzl" Is the first of the i new, fa.-t steamers which the Navigazlone Generale ltaliana is build ing to enter the service, and she will closely be followed by the Re Vittorio and the Regint Klena, the Principe I'mherlo. the Ducea pi Genova and the Ducca D' Aosta, of which the. first three are destined fr the South Amer ican tiade while the others will ply between Italy aod New York. FIRE EM VPE CRVSVHE. ' Inspe'tor Austin has hen d'Jvotin. The Democratic club held a business meeting et its rooms, in Church street Hati.. lay evening and the fol lowing new members were received; Samuel H. Fisher, Samuel R. Avis, Benjamin F. Mllner, Joseph Hughson John F. Wynne, John S. McCarthy. Paul Russo, Edward Fertman, Arthur C. Daly, John R. Cunningham, Moses A. Kraull, Samuel W. Pitch, George H. Conroy, Silas J. Stowe, John R, Beegan, Simon M. Hugo, Albert Wldman, Char les Havey, Dennis T, Royan, Edward Fallon, Dr. W. W. Bradley, John T. MeGrath, Josph Mclaughlin, James A. Roark, Grove J. Tuttle, Henry Fre senlus, James J. levi. James F. Coady, Thomas 1 Kavanaugh, Fran cis P. Ryan, Frank ('. Miles, James F. Sullivan, jr., and (Alderman Charles H. Stanton of this city and Judge Joseph S. Huntington of I-yme. Many others were approved for membership. John Knox & Co., Commission Brokers .. a a-fc ni A A I -.1 CA 1 HuDinger uuiiaing, oh inapei oireei, Telephone 61T , . W BAYBBT. COlfW. Coirrnpondrnt John Mora. . Storka, noadu, Gtnln and Cottoa bought and aold tor caah or aa modari 'Hrpoalta. t Qnlek itrrlcr, prompt dellveryi Immediate netIemeta. , . , ' Alao dralera la mlala aacnrttlea of hrtth arada. FOl'R TO MllDI,KTOWX. Four more insajie patients were spnt from Sprlngslds home to Middletown Saturday by Snpt. Frolich of the board of chantes. There are now at this state institution over 200 people who are supported by the city. It costs the city $2.00 per week for each patient. In the insane ward at Springsido there sre now about 1 people and accord ing to Mr. Frolich there will have to be more sent to the state asylum as the eases nei.l such treatment as Is given at that Institution. James H. Paris!! & Co. succeed Ins NEWTON 4, PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in fnvssttniit Securities 86 Orange Street. 66- . 12 24 ! 9 31 86 11 24 87 9 30 24 6 30 Bingham considerable attention to fire escapes 'i ! and alreidy f-exeral of the semi-public 86 I buildings in New Haven, as wll as 11 ; private ones, have hern fitted Mit in accordance with Mr. Austin's recom mendations. The parorhn! school buildings will al?o be fitted with adequate fire es capes as a U'S'iK of the Inspector's four of Inspection. Some of these were found to be well protected and the oth ers will receive immediate attention. At ft. Joseph's school in Fair Haven contracts have been let for new es capes and the work will begin immediately. The envrchrs. Mr Austin finds, are and so ar- empti6d in a Boston. Feb. 15. j v?r' eew minutes. The only new re Hkh.l.MW.KM..Akd j quirement will be that all of the main i doors opou outward, and shall be un- e I 5 I lea ked during services. DO IT NOW Fire Insurance. w Cannon, Morse 4 Co. 792 Chaoejl St. i JAMES C. KERRIGAN. (New Location) ROOMS 11-12, 102 ORANGE STREET. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. INVESTMENT SECURITIES Hnvlnf? ailnen to our oiner imes mm ui untnumn mwiurn, u are In position to reach a new field of Investors. If you have any securities, in small amounts, you wish to sell, we hae good and quick outlet for them. Come and ace us. THE Chas. W. Scranton Co. Investment Brokers 103 ORANGE STREET. . NEW HAVEN, CONN. - i 46 I HOST ON STOCK MRKET Rer,orfe3 over privets r-!.-e of Horn- blower & Weeks. ttiemrs of tha street. i ranged that thpy can be THE SAFEST FLACE FOR VALUABLES. Do not a'stmie the groat risk of storing your valuables at lumie. wliere they mm he eon nuneil by fire or tairled away hy burglar. - The place that affords the Strongest Pniteiiion is the Safe Deposit Vault of the New Haven Trust Company. m . . rr twit ...i RUS1 COMPAHf i CHI RCH STKFET. Higii 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 41-2's due 1951. N. H. Street R'way 1st 5's 1913. KIMBERLY. ROOT & CO.. TeL 110. 181 Oraaa street, frlvata rtrra (a Haw Vark ui Baataav ...19M BRANCH OFFICD McLellan & Co., BANKERS A1VD BROKBR9 57 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. MEMBEHSOF New York Stock Exchange. '. Bonds and Stocks Booeht and aold aa enmmlaalea for caib ar carried on inn rain) alao Cottoa, Grain or Provlatona. Investment Securities. A SPECIALTY. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 29-31 CENTtfi ST. ,IOH N C. CL.VRK, Manager. Private Wires to New York & Cnlcaga NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 81 STATE KTRKET. . ESTABLISHED 18S4 Capital ...........$350,000 Surplus .......... $350,000 This bank offers lo deposit ors every facility for buaineii, and invites the accounts of cor porations, firms ana individu als. .', EZEKIEL Q. STODDARD. President. HORATIO 0. REDFIELD, Cashier. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, AaalsUnt Cashier. SAFE MERCANTILE DEPOSIT COMPANY Prince & Whitely STOCK AND BOND BROKERS. 52 Broadway, New York. 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. STOCKS, BONDS nnd all classes of Investment Securities; ulw (irain, Provisions and Cotton bought and sold on commission. Private wires to Xew York, It- ton, Chicago and Hichinond, Yau C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch. THE NATIONAL BANK FCRX1SHES A CONVEX! EXT AXD SEC! RE PLACE EOK THE DEPOSIT OF YOCR SE Cl'RITIES AXD VALCABLES. 72 CHURCH STREET. Deals in foreign exchange, bu. ing and selling drafts, and issu ing Travelers' Letters of Credit available throughout the United States and all parts of the world. The officers of the bank in vite correspondence in regard to terms and on any banking subject. ID? Union Trust Co. NEW HAVEN. Chartered by the State of Connecticut with authority to act aa Executor, Ad ministrator. Guardian, Receiver, oc Trustee, under will or deed. . Is legal JepoBltury, or iwuvy paid In to Court, and Public Trust Funds, acta as Trustee (or Municipalities, Corpora tions and Individuals, and ndiuinister Trusts of all kinds. . Empowers 10 set evidences of Indebtedness, maaage sink. lnK lunas, miu uv m uoiu-.d. u;u mm usually done by Trust Cointanlea It also ooes a general banking busl ness, collecting cnecka, notes, coupons, and receives deposits. The principal ot each trust Is Invested by Itself and kept separate and apart from the gen eral assets of the Compati,. This Company la br law regularly examined hy the Itank Eramltier of tha state of Connecticut. HEXKV L. HOTCHKISS. Prenldent. BUGISNB S. QKIttTOL. Trea.nrrr. PROVIDENCE SECURITIES CO. 4 of 1957. ' i PRICE TO YIELD 5.15. " The W. T. Fields, Co. ', Tel. 5S70. .. .. ... 902 Chapel St. $20,000 To- Loan on Real Estate in sums to suit. Lomas & Nettleton avANklERS AND BROKBHi. 37 ORANGE STREET A Clean Record of Sixty-Four Years. Xo law aalta ar aaoald loaaea under any policies Issued by tha North Agen cy since It was established In 1841.' Should this mean anything to property holder who wants to get the benefit cf an experienced and reliable apency to look after hla Insurance bu. tr.ess? Our rates are exactly the same as those charged by others. Why not look Into this matter a lit tle? Perhapa you take less pains la selecting your Inaurarce thaa you da your cigars. JOHN C. 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