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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, AFRIL 1, 1903. N 1 1 w - V 7" IT" Does it P mil) oint to You? similarly ! lllcnllH to I i i.jit tin' : roads re iiiK I'm i;t: noi.ns no wokky ioutim; man uiiosk sntru'si t IS ,.('()H; -() A SAVIMJS At'COl'NT Wil li Tills HANK I'OIK I'ML CENT. COMI'Ol'NI) INTEREST. THK ONLY HANK OI'EN KATFRDA Y NKiHTS. A S?TPt,S mifTtJlfST WALL STREET NOTES'DIYIDENDS TO-DAY Liquidation of Monday Resum ed, With Further Decline in Price. DEMORALIZATION AT CLOSE Large Amount of Cash to be Distributed to Fortunate Stockholders. Issues nf coinanlrs under tho auspic- h ul' 'he fame hankers and which urn filrniieiii'il fur ' llMuurlal meet urgent i ciinlrcm.'iitH. Ilnnnelnl in'unK'i'ln of rull- nut bright la brought homo invlelitin hy this episode, Phi' prevailing in 1 was rcilectcd in tho niiniHliii'KM professed (ivrr thi' pumllilu I ri'tlurl lull uf tln illvlilcnil mi Atclli hiiii at thi' meeting uf the directors I which In H'hcilulcil tu lukc iilac lo- morrow. Actlun mi the Amicuiulii I dividend was expected to-il.iy and when the session drew tuwnrilH a close wlthuut tiny announcement mi the subject riiiiuirs were cli'culuted uf a reduction. The decluriitlun uf the un reduced dividend, huwever, fulled tu rally the. market and the last prices were practically the lowest and with sinus of a good deal uf disorder. De clines uf 1 tu :i points mid over are general. Ilonds were heavy, Total sales par value, $J,:isi:,000. I.', S. liunds were unchanged on call. do, I'het ('111. ,v i ('.. .M. V' ,V- (1 v.. 11T ,1 IT: Mi 1M ,u ;l diili'U 1 1 'a ('III. & .v. w c, C. st. I. Col. 1 Cull, tins Del, J I ml..., Kile da. 1st :fd. . Oil. Klectl'le ..H,t 1 (it. Nun hi, pfu,,u:i'U I ill. ('"iiiiiii . ...i2r i lMtor-,li. 7 Va do. p l'i L'l) I.. N i 7 Mo., K, iV- T. pil. ."" 4 1 'a ('MINIMI I'ltK KS. Stocks Ilrrnk Vndor Heavy Selling, With Erie Especially Weak. The liquidation of Monday was re sumed Again yesterday, with further declines during the morning of 1 to 3 points, making two clays' losses of 2 to !, points In numerous Issues. Tho sell Ins was resumed right at the opening, and with hut slight rally continued all the morning. Trading was at the rate of more than fiOO.OW shares for a live hour session. Keiitures of weakness j were Krle, fulled States Steel, Colon Pacific, and the metal stocks. There vera only occasional exceptions to the rule. Colorado Fuel was strong, ad vjnclng tit midday In the luce of gen eral weakness elsewhere. A fortune, In cash In the shape of lllvlileml'i telll I,., ,1 1 ul ! I u , n.l l,ul.iv , , , ,. , , , , ,i, , i Kniiortcd over prlvato wires nf Prlono the largest uf these dividends Is that, V,tely, members of tho New ol the New Haven railroad, to cover i York and Uoston Stock Kelianges, which, between 14,000 and 1,1,000 checks I New Vork oflleo, 01! ltroadwny, and li will be mailed at the New Haven post-! u'mo'' 8U'0et' N"w llav,'n' (:,,,m' olllce to-night. Of this amount between Nl'w Y"rk' Miircli 31. $100,000 and $200,000 will come to local I AlUl,UH Express Co, . stockholders. The total dividend Is for ! ,ll,la muted Copper about $2,000,000. The Yale bank will pay $Ki,oo0 in its j dividend, and the New Haven County bank will pay JlL'.iO. Among other It- j cal companies to pay dividends will he! the New Haven (ias Light Co., ayd its' dividend will amount to $.10,000; tile pay out Under very heivy selling, stocks Vroke aga'n In the last hour, wiih 'he t'lcscst npprnieb to demornlizatlun that: has been wllnesed since the February bitik, which followed the January rise in stock. Krle was particularly weak, Olid this fact did much to Indil.'e sell-; Ing I'lsewlnre. It came out In eonsid eiablc Hirioimt between 14 and 13 3-4. Disagreeable rumors regarding the ecmpany's future filled the air. It was apparent that the. bear party was util izing all the available rumors to de iress values. Cnlon I'aelfle, Heading, isn.l the metal stocks also broke sharply. fulled Illuminating Co. will between Sl'O.OuO and $:5,000. i A dividend of about $M,0i'0 will be j payable at the Tradesmen's bank on j the bonds of the Nofiba npton rail ! roau. 'i lie New Haven railroad, on its j Fair Haven and Westville bond Issue, i will pay $175,000. The Hranford Klec- j I trie Light and l'ower t'u. will pay In- . leiest uf $l,r.7.i. The Derby Sirret Kail- j way C'u. pays about JI.SOO. tin the Cun- j i solidateiT railway reujioiis, $175,non Is to j be paid to bondholder. Other railway; lines alllilated with the New Haven ; railroad tu pay un Its emipunx, are the I New York mid Stamford line, $!0,3:."i; j the Nov London Street raihwij, $3.7,',i) and the Norwich Street railway, $2,C'iO. Ilesldrs the above there are many out-of-town corporations In which New Ilavin iinestors will share In the divl- deuds disbursed at the beginning uf ' the new riuarter. ' I ATCMISON 1)1 YIIH'.M), Union raclflc was singled out for bearish attentlun, and this Is likely to be the case from now on whenever the general market weakens on account of the supposed proximity of the $.-0,OM,-000 bond Issue. It was early driven down 1 3-4 points t 124 3-4. Dlrecturt Kvpei'lcd to Heilure Unto at j To-(la's .Meeting. j New York, Ma'Ch' 31.- Directors of j the Atcbls,.ii will meet to-morrow to i act on the dividend question, and the' eonse-isus of opinion In Wall street to- j day was that the rate on the comm.in i ftoek would be cut to at least ,) per ! j cent. j ! Tl' company has paid (i per cent, un States it,le comniun stock simy early in 1!07. I Wall! .'''"r t'1" 'ls,-nl year ending Jim,, p.o j last the company charged off $!i.fioo.n00 i ior improvementM, after the pavment The steady decline in United Steel Issues was not liked In street. Much of the liquidation un-1 rtnnhferilv renrosentnrl rllaf rllu, t l,,n ,.f ... . . . . Inf ,ll.-l.l...l., Tl.. I t !. - i storK wnicn was inKn under ?,n, with;"' 'u-i,',n , imubm i r inn 4 view to starting the "bull" market. !r,Kht months of the current INral year of this week's sales also repre-; Miirrh 1 showed a decrease uf $4. retited cdoslng out of speculative ac-1 WW: rompared with the correspond couritr. at a loss, '"K months of the preceding year. Tint j would enable the company to continue Northern raclflc continued to show." dividend at the present rate at fi relative flrmneis compared with Union Pacific, Reading, St. Paul and other prominent nllroad Issues, it dropped only fractionally under Its last night's closing price In the early trading. Its seeming underlying strength was noted by the professionals, who were timid about selling It short. American Car Foundry Co.. do. pfd American Cotton OH do. pfd Atn. Hide & leather pfd... American lie Securities ... American Linseed Co do. pfd American Locomotive Co... do. pfd Amer. Smelt. & KePa do. pfd I Amor. Sug. llelin. Co do. pfd Amer, Woolen Co Anaconda Cop. Min. On. . .. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe do. pf, Atlantic Coast Line P.iltimore & chl do. pid Bay State Gas Co Uroek. U.ip. Transit Co. ... lirook. Union Has Co r.iuiiswlck Co. . Canada Southern Canadian raciflc Centr il Leather do. ,f, Central uf N. ,T Cbes. & (l!iu Chl -ago & Alton ' do. pfd Chl. R: K. Illinois pfd Chicago & ;t. Western ... do. A pfd Chi.. MMWkee & St. Paul.. do. pfd Chl. Northwestern C, U. I. & p. ('. 4 p.,.. lids. Chi., St. P., M. ? Omaha... Chicago Term Trans do. pfd Colorado Fuel Iron Oolor.(, lo Southern Consolidated (ins Delaware & Hudson Del,, Lark. Western Denver d PJu Or.inde pfd. Distillers Sep. Co Krle do. 1st pfd do. M pfd. ioner.il Fleet rlc Ot. Northern pfd Docking Valley do. pfd Illinois Central lliti 177 iiSTi e!) 30 "i lll'i SS 114 26 27 ni b2 ir.'i in U4 19T4 i Mil 15 21 4.'.'i 43'.i VA 114 117 B7U !S P.". 121 1241; 120 125 20'; 21 Mi). I'.iellle N. V, Cent I'll I. . N. V., ( l. .c W . . N. W No. I'aelllo .... I'ne. .Mali I'enn. It. II People's (las ., Reading Hep. I, a S do, pfd Hoik Island .., do, pld So. I'liellje So. Hallway .,, do, pfd Texas I'aellle Union i'ne U. S. Rubber.,. do. pfd U. S. Steel do, pfd Wabash W. I'. Tel Utah Copper .. i ' .' I 32 'a 01 127'li 20 t Ml', 1 4 " t!M., 72',i, II'h 13' IlS'j, III 125", 2! S3 !I3'4 lisn, IS' 53 33 Ti 87't, 31 't 5 1 1 ; 117", ,-3 21 'H 113 In 2 15 T'.il 20 07 5 4 I K 07 'K . 32 f27'i 20''1, 1 Itl'a SlOa I H5 KM;, 72 'i ll'n 27'..', i & Va I3'' ,'IS i i ' 125'k 21 . S5 3t !ISi ISa 51 33 S7 W 5 1 1 5 'y 14 5', 62 '-a 23 'a 112 152 'j, 13 20 125 122 I2M, . il 2ii Oii'li 54 40 n (i :.i :i2',n II34 12IO.H 2 II Il5'.a Sll 1 12 17',' 7 1 la It 2Hai 7 I '. -:"k :ir.'. 1 5 "a I23'(, 21 S5 33 U 7' 17 53 , 33 'i 87 115'; 14 5 '.j, 52 !a 23;, llJ't ir.2'a I3' 20 125 I22'i UH 7''a 20 00 '.a 54 4.0'i 0 7 32'a 03 I20i; 20t 1 1 Nil 1H3 IS 71 i 1 I 2H'''i 7 I " l'2i 35 1!'i 123':, :i sr. 33", OS 17 53',a 32 !, STOCKS BONDS F. S. Btitterwortfo & Co., i Investment Securities Privlae Wire for execution of orders upoi Now York Stock Exchsje. Quotations and information furnished upon application. Telephone 31 00-3 101 Exchange Building HOSTOX STOCK MA It KMT. neportfd over private wires of Horn blqwer & Wteks, members of the 37 ', S5, 7" i X2', S2 1 1-M Hi -" 7U S2'4 S5 4i 1 1.;. 7 5S 150', 194 Sli 170 r.o. 10 17 lUrV, 113 i i ; i 4 i2'a 122':, 44v 110 a r.i 151 Ifl'a S7 175 31 13 43 150 11(1 111 14'V4 125 New York and lioston Stock Ex- clianses, New York olllce, 27 Center Bosloa. March 31, l!in5. Open. High. Low. Lasr. Adventure P4 2 1 A Honey, 25 2 I',3 M's 25',i A rend Ian 3'i 3'n 3:1t I I Allan In ) ;i3 i IHiiKliani t 1 1, 1 I ij RoMon Cons. . . 13 1 1 it 1 1 'j, 12 Hiitie Colatlou, , '.'2 21 i3 21 21 ' Oil. ,t Ariz .... I'M liia im lna Cal. ,t lleela . . .030 1130 l',3n n)n Celileiini.'il .-- -y-y-s 23 Copper Range., 0.", 05 U 'j 05 Daly Wet.t .... !i ' i l'i .inklin 7 'a 7 7 7 '. I I Ira nhy !(i -( Ireenc Oi nanea. S'4 s-S S-'', ! Nle Royai IS I, IS 17 I si. La S.ille U't II' 14 IP, ! .Mohawk (i'l 4 11' 40'a 5U I Nevada Cons. . . 1 I 1, II 1$ ' Noril, tiniio . . .'. 54 13 ri3 R3 53 ".4 ('Id Drunlnloii .. ;i 7 ' !b! 30 3 'a ; I tsi-eoh, ....... S2 Sh i Parroi 14 IS isi, IS 4 1 Qllllli-V S3 S .- . Sliani.oii 12 ll' 11 12 ! Tamarack -- - - HI til ; Trlnllv 1 W 11 '4 II I I 'a U. S. Mining. -d. 30 30 do. pfd.. cN-d.. SOi, :toia Ul ih (' .as, x-d.. 30 310... 2!'a ?,: in n ( 'upper .. -- 5 .5 ", . Wolverine 125 13a ! Am. T'l. .t Tel. 1 us (J I as I as lustj i Mass. linn 31 51 51 M ij ' Swift K Co itTIa '.oi'4 H7 H7 w. l ulled Shoe ... 47 V 4 4 "4 40's 47 do. pfd 27 27 .- 1 United rrnll . .ISC'a 125 125'j I New Haven . . ..151 133'j 133 131 APRIL INVESTMENTS. (irulon & Stuniiiglon Street llnllwuy Co, 5'( HoikIh net 5. Danbiiry & Itethel Street Itailwny Co. 5 IJonds net 5'r. Wiilllngrui'd (ins Jdglil Co. ."' Honds net S'r. Connecticut Knilwuy & LIkIiIIiik Co. Stumped IHC'r Ilonds net l.70rc. Sniitlicrn New Knglnnd Teleplione Co. ."'" lioiuls net 4,557c New Haven Wat it Co. 1','r Convertible Debentures. United Illuminating Co. V, Ilonds. CLARENCE E. THOMPSON & SONS. 810 Chapel Street. -Telephone 2053. I ! I H. C. Warren & Co. BANKERS Investment Securities 108 Orange Street. per cent, in view nf the unfavorable oullook for railway earnings In gen eral, ho never, the belief was expressed In well-informed quarters to-day thatil"'"r. Metropolitan .. the dividend would probably be rednc. I I n t nriilomil paper ed. Like many other roads, the Atchi son Is committed to extensive Improvements. The rise in Colorndo Fuel, In view of the supposed unsatisfactory conditions In the steel trade, was i mystery. Put traders liked to believe that there is Something in the theory that people .Identified with the United States Steel corporation are absorbing Colorado Fuel. They referred to the old story that onoe on n time the Steel Trust of fered 100 to J20 for control of Colorado Fuel. London sold about 15. (W) shares "n balance, mostly United States Steel, Heading, Krle, and Union Pacific. AVll-ltl KKTSIIOP HILL. Albany, March 31. Without opposi tion the assembly to-day advanced to the order of fin il passage Assembly man (I'Hrlan's Antl-Hucketsliop bill. The measure would make It a felony to operate a buck' t.diop In the Stale. The Cassldy bill, which Is practically Identical, Is on the order of final pis sage In the senate. ri'Mohs or v.mv, Tnorni,E. ANACONDA MMNTAINS IHVIDDNIl New York, March 31. Directors of the Anaconda Copper Mlnlnc com nan v ! to-day declared a quarterly dl blend, i of 50 cents per share. This Is un-I I changed from the last previous qua: tor. ! Hoad Prepnrlns; to Negutlatc Note Tsmie of SI 0.500,000. New York March 31. It was learned late this afternoon that the Krle man agement was negotiating with bankers to take n $10,500,000 note lsu. One of the bankers admitted that negotiations j were ttndcrwiy, but declared that no decision bad been reached. He lntl-1 mated however, Hint It would go through and provide funds to take up j the maturing note Issue and care for i the floating debt. In the abfcneo of any announcement from the Krle directors to-day ns to what will be done regarding the $:,,5ft0, 000 notes due April S, Wall street was full of rumors of the possibilities ,,f a receivership for the company. The consensus of opinion was that Instead of selling around S3, the notes should either he Felling at par or a good deal below the price -quoted, ('oiisldernble criticism wiim heard In banking circles of the failure of the Krle management to make any announcement. One rumor had It that the decision to ask for a receiver bad already been rtaehed on the grounds that the pro posed plans for refunding the notes would raise complications with the public service corporation. It was hinted In this connection that the ob jection would probably be based on the Interest that the Krle would have to pay to renew Its outf.tandlng obligations, SKAT P1MN;S II5.000. New York. March 31. A font on the New York Stock Kxclnnge sold this morning for $05.0oo, an advance of $5,oii() en a sale of yesterday. STUCK MAHM.T UKVUAV, Dull Depression Culminates In Semi. Crush Toviiinl lose. New York, March 31. Dull d-pi'es- ,n,.,u imimk hot ine siock market lend- i ing up lo something ii crash at the last to-da.V. Tllefe Were Some de- j volopnioiits which were pointed to ns j being responsible for the drop In prices. The tendency towards renc jtion finds a more general explanation, however. In the fact that the rise In ; prices had been pushed to Its feab1 j limits by all the devices available to skilled speculative leadership until the 'natural attraction of the high prices cfiiaoinoifo nroiigiu out a pressure of selling which was beyond the capacity of the supporters of prices to absorb. Advices coming to hand do not, allu gether confirm the claims of Improve ment In conditions on which the latter Stages of the mlvlees Were fostered. Thin fact iiKgrav a les the tendency to wards miction. The special depress ing factor to-day was the obscurity surrounding the Intended course of those controlling the Krle railroad propei'i., The adjournment ve:der'- day -of the directors without promul gating a plan for meeting the Inipond- ing financial requirements of the eoni i jinny was disturbing to those holding jibe securities of the company. ' He- sides the Interest amounting to about (half a million dollars on convertible i bunds Issues iayable tu-mnrruw mid the $5,50(1,1100 of one year Holes which ' fall due un April K and which sold to-day at K2, there are known to be other heavy dontlng' liabilities tu be 1 met. The view that the company will two former emiiloyea of the Institution. I hi' snregun riled from bankruptcy wiih In sustaining the demurrer Judge Holt ! founded on the great Independent re granted leave to amend the jietltlon i "ourcea at. the command of the great within ten days upon the payment of I banking house which Is the principal .cocts. ! sponsor for the company. That this The demurrer etib-red hy counsel for i assumption of a means of rescue did Mr, Morse denied that the former pren- ! i'"t entirely reassure all holders of the blent of the American Ice company j securities was evident from the wide wan Insolvent and that Receiver Han- . declines at which bondn of different iia end the two former employes nf the Classes of the compniij were sob, on -National Hank of North America wcro the stock exchange, There was sug--redituiA. K'.'hUvc sympathy in the movement of do. pfd Iowa Central K. O. Kt. S, A. M. ifd. .... Kan, City Southern do pfd Lake Krle S. Western Lou's. A Nash Manhattan Kievated Mexican CenOal Mo., Kan. A Texns do pfd Missouri Pacific National His nit National l-ad Co N. Y. Air Brake N. V. Oen. Hud N. Y Chl. ft St. I.oii'w .... N. Y. & New Haven N Y. ont. A West Norfolk Western do ifd North American Northern J'aclllc ' Pacific Mall Peniisv Ivanin P. R People's (ias, Chl : Pi ss.'d Steel Car j do pfd I Pullman Palace Car Co. I Italpi a v Steel Springs Rea ling do 1st pfl Rep. Iron A Steel Co do pfd Rock I:dnml Co do .fd Sloes Sheffield Southern Railway Co do pfd Southern Paen do ifd St. Louis A Southwestern do pf l Third Avenue Texas A Pacific Tel., St. Lolll WeD. ,, do pfd Twin City Rapid Transll .. Union Rag Paper Co. ,. do j.r.J. 2 o 10 ;d 2'tN, 23'i :ni 25 112'., 113 152'i !'4 471 43 M'i 54 31 31 'i r.; mi 20 20 '.4 17'2 1si,i 124 125U 122'i M 73 70 75 125 'j 12H "'i S'a o'j 52 53' I 11i 12'j r,s r:. 2 Mi 22 52 fuia 14 U'i fir, is 120 127 IS', 1!P, 22'a 23 53'; 55 40 4d", 77'j SO 5514 r,v4 ! I.OC W. STOCK Ul OT TIOI. I Corrected dally by Klinberly, Hon! & I Co., Investment Jlrnkcrs, street. Par. 1 00 Hli 10') lou (ill 50 Jim) I'l lllll 1U0 100 City ' Kirs! National j Second National . . . ; Nat. New Haven . . . ! Mechanics I Merchants National. N it. Tiailesmens . . . New Haven County, i Yale National New lluen Ti 11st . . Peoplt'8 B. & Tnmt. . MMivllmiiMiuii SIo Tnr All.el l, an Uviiss .... 1"" Annnkan Hardware. 100 Kdlsell Klre., t,,(i.ll. 11J Inti rnatloiiai Silver . 1"" do, pfd Jilu New Hm n l ias .... 25 N. II. Water Co "'i Peck Stow & Wilcox. 25 Seeiirliv Insurance. . 25 i N. V. (C- N. 3. T"l. ... I an I "Sw li t A Co l'.'i.i : S. N. K. Tel 1 hi United Illuminating.. I in Hallniiiil SleiUn. Host, ni All'iiay. Conn. II. & L Conn. Ry. pref Danbiiry ,S- H(liel. New Load. North.. 11. A Conn. West. N.Y., N il. & II. I! lna po 'n loo inn 133 Orange Hid. Asked. Ilf 17" 1SS Id 7 714 175 1S.1 1'i'i 131 13.'. ili 110 Wo. Did. Asked l"7 i H 5 102 2"'. 5 i r.s 40 42 1'5 45 1. 41 1 12 1.-, 07 07 '.i MS'I 155 i. 2'n. :.il or, '4 on i4 7'i - is ) St 4.1 132', 131 HORNBLOWER WEEKS mi:mm;ks op j NEW YORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. New Wnvcn Oflicc 27 Center Street. F. i. VI:TM0HK, Slaiingcr. NEVv" VOTtK. CHICAGO. BOSTON. DICK BROS. &, CO. 30 BKOAD STREET, tfriW YORK. m mi it i :hs Vff York SHivk l-'.ichnngr Pbilnilelpliln Slork P.xi'luiiige en- lurk lton i:''lninBe - New lork 4 olIee Kxelmnge. e,v (Irleiins ( "Men Ku'lmnsre Cliieimn llonril of Trnile AKsiii'lme Mnnliern l.lve rpool ( otlon Ktrliunitc Slocks, Ilonds. etlen, (iraln nnil 4 o flee, EDWARD B E A IVIES, Mgr. NF.W HAVEN Hll N4 II S3 t KXTKIl gTREKT. John Knox & Co., Commission Brokers Hubinger Building, 840 Chapel Street, Telephone .'.170. ,, SKW IIAVBJf, rOJ(Jf. ( nrresponien.li)lin ilornn Stork. Iom1, lirnln ami t nltnn lieualit ami wold for rnsli or on moderate iJepoolta. Quirk rrlee, prompt delivery) liiimeitlnlc setilpmriil. Also drnlrM III inlnlnK nrrurlllea of Mull urnile. f.2 W 31 131 T'l 50 12 2H I15'i 23 75 152 21 1'i3 S2 IS Tl's 14 2114 12'i. 3'1, 7I'k 111 12 31 111 I5i4 17', l"-i4 S( l'i (in f!7 33 '3 131'a 22'4 in., so not j L'l'i 23't 115 V, S!l 23'a ;n IM'j n,i 10.11, S4t4 ' IS'... 72 11", 27 41'a i 112 13 1 ;j I ni'! 1 IX'fll 41 '4 St'- 1 n ! ItnllnmA rtoniin. I j Hid. Asked. lli-rksblre St. 5s, IS2J.... li'.i'j l'i l',rldH'':'oi't True. f,.i, 1U23 Ui' lot. 1 I Hrlsiol Tram way 4is. I'J43 'Jf I Conn. R. .t L 1 'is, I35I. . 9ft D7 'Conn. It. ti L. Is, stiimii til'j !tStl ! Cons. lij. 4.1, lit 3 1 -j S7 I ' irons. Rv. 4s, 1'J55 S'V S?i; j Cons. Ity. I'.'IS S'i ;nj I ' Cons. Ry. debs, l:i3o 7'j I l.l. N. 4s. I'.'fo 7 I Dan. & Itetliet t'K, 111)4. ... loi) ! ' Harlem K- P. C. 4.1, 10 1 i . . n M0 1 do. 4s, I'.'.-' I f'ji; ! Ilousatontc 4i-', IKlU P" ilo. 5s, l!'nl I11XI4 ' Mer. Conip. 5s, 1923 lull, N.r.iKiluck 4s, llii.l ' N'ortlianiuii'ii (is, I into 10014 ! N. II. H- Center f,s, H'33... 10J . N il. & Derby 1st 5s, 1918. 100 N. II. K- W. H. 5s. 1)1)2.. ;t J N. II. Sireet r.i. 11114 Ida N. II. Street r.s, I i) I )00 10 James C. Kerrigan. Rooms 11-12, 102 Orange Street. INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. Tf vmi desire lo dispose of siiinll lols of Southern New Knuland Telephone, New Haven (ins. New lliivrn Wnlep. (dnnectlciit Hallway and Llghti-iR com- mon stock, or nny local hiocliH or liomN, I can olitaln the, lilhcst price for tlm (nine. . aprtl prince & Whiiely RMCIAiL Tlifl secret, how to eat your cakE and Have " l00' ls Insuranc. Why not Build for yourself An by means of an Insurance policy? The!) (Jse your income, n fact It's Quits possible por Every man to savE ' his salary, though ho spend it every year, . ask the E. L. A. Soc'y. how jou can do It? C. IL Porter, Manager, Exchange Building, " New Haven Conn. C. V. MOKSK (i.MNS I'OIVT. Denial of Former Ice King' Insol veney l'tliid(l hy Court. New York, March 31. -.Indue Holt In the United States district court to-day sustained the demurrer Interposed In the Interest, of Chnrles W. More" In t!t" Involuntary bankruptcy petition filed against hlni by Receiver Hanna of tlm National Rank of North America find rnlnn Raclflc 123';, 121 do pfd 7!' SO 1', S. Kxpross Co 7-S Pfl 1', S. Realty Imp. Co. ..40 It j I'. S. Rubber Co 2i"3 2-' do Is) pfd Sl-i s;.ia ! r. s. steei 1 'o :v.', :;:!'., ! do 1 .I'd !'S !"', j .In S. V. R per cent n Hii Wabiodl H'i t"U tin J.fd Ifi''i 17',.! j Wells-Karco Lxpress C 250 iion West. Colon Tel, Co 53' j 5:','''i West. Mlecl Co 5n 51 g Wheel. K- I. il" Krl" C 7'i Wisconsin Cential I' lJ?i ; do pfd. ,. ' 3; 3;t'a : (Concluded on Kleventh Tnge.) James H. Paris'! & Co. h surceedlng NEWTON 4 PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in (nvastmaut Secuntias 86 Orange Street. Cannon, Morse Co. liiKiirnnep anil It on I I me, FIRK I'l, ATM OLASS A I 'Ti i.M( iHILI". 1iANS RKAL KKTATK-- 'THKL1TV HiiNDS: : : : ; : : : : : : ; ; ; 7a 1 11 i,i:i, sriti'.r.T. New Haven, Conn. ' ft- .tinw 1 SV.W VOHK STOCK M A II K KT. Rennrled over nrivfile wires 1.1C Trlticn Wliltely. ineinbei's ot the Nv Yerk and lioston Slock LxelianR.'S. New York otlir'e, 52 Hrondwn y, and 15 Center sireet, New Haven New i.rk, Alai'i li 11)1111. I Mull. Low. A lit. ( 'upper . . Am. C. K- K. . , Am, 1, 01-0 do. pl'l Am. S, licit lna; . A le. StiK 1 r A 111. Wito'en I A., T. S. Fe, ! do. ; f, I P., A- (' i Hronk. R. T. . . Cun. I'aelfle . Central Lcutlt. , 31. I Last, I (III (.0 , r.M., ,.S7, 31 ':, 31 '.j 31 51 , 15 4.-, 43 '4 CP, Hit U !:i'4 iCI P3 ' 7'i "a 07 1; .121 ',j 12.-. 121 121 ij ! 2fi 1 1 20 '1 13 'iiUj . 73' T3's 72 72'V, .1 ' !,, S.,T', I S3', ST, Vl-i, sj L 1 s ;- 4"4 'Hs 'in r5w W V I Olsrol NT )!' ''O.M.MHiCI l, I'M'F.IL The facilities nf (lie ew I 'il veil Triml l'iiiiiian,v for (he (I i- (iti it( of I'oinmcrelnl piipcr are oien lo all depos itors, who will lie accorded eicr.v courtesy and its liberal trealineoi as eon-l-toni nidi safe anil conseruitlve hank, lint principles. We will lie pleased lo welcome nur ac count and biinUnn Inmlness, l'iiillal $:oo.OO().Olt Surplus and I'rollis 1)0, HlT.lil Such opportunities as the present market affords for in vestments in Bonds and Stocks should not be overlooked. Conn. Ity. A Unlit. I1;'". Co:m. tts. ll-l'i. -Mi' ("" stamped). CoiimiI. Hy. Co. I's of I0.". Harlem Hlver I'lirtolie-ler lort- iriiire 's. , N. II. SI. Ity. I "It t Mortunae .Vs. N, V. Slnniford Street Hallway First MorlifiittO ,Vs. I tilled Ilium. I'lr-I Mr(i;ii!te I s. Int. Silver Co. FIinI MuriKiou (I's, Trl- Ity 'Hy. X l.ljthl. Co. o's of 1 1123. Conn. Hy. Uifhl. V,'r comnion slock. Conn. Hy. A Uht. V, ircfcrreil slock. ". II. (.ns Lluht ,V'r ( dnvertlble Debenliires. X. II. (ins Unilit Co.'s K; slock. Fnlted llliioiliiitllou J-( t K . S. X. F. Telephone Co.' (I' slock, Xnflonnl Tradcim 11s I'nnk stock, Merchants National Haul, stock. Mechanics HnnU tock. Ileech Creeli Hilllcoad V ', slock. FOH SAI.F HY THE ' Ghas. W, Screnton Co, Investment Brokers 103 ORANGE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY STOCK AND BOND BROKERS, 52 Broadway, New York. 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. STOCKS, HOXDS and all classes of Investment Securities; also Uruln, Provisions and Cotton bought and wild on commission. j Privatfl wires 10 New York, Boston, 1 Chicago and ltlchi'iond, Va. C. B. B0LMER, Manager New Huvcti liranch. Local Investments, N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. new Convertible 6's. Conn. R'way & Light 41-2's due 1951. International Silver 6's. KIM3ERLY. ROOT I CO.. T'l. JJ0. 183 Oraiut Srer, I'fivmi nliTa la Net Vsrk ana Uaatun, THE NATIONAL TRADESMENS BANK of New Haven FinXIRIIFS A COMVFNJKXT A XI) SFCinK PLACE FOH TI1K PF.l'OKIT OF VOPU SIC Ct'lUTIES AND VAUTAHMiK 72 CHURCH STREET. InvlO'K (he aecminiM of Mniiuftirturerit, McivlianlH and IndlvldiinlH. Leiiera of Credit Ihiii'iI for U10 use nf trawler, both abroad and In (his coiiniry. Capital s.too.mm.on 1 Stockholders Unblllly $300,00(1,00 j Surplus, over 8:100,000,00 Average Deposit! $1,300,000.00 $50,000 TO LOAN On Real Estate in Sums to Suit. Lomas & Nettle ton bANKERS AND BROXBiti, 37 ORANGE STREET BONDS. X. Y.. X. II. & If, H. H. (o. Com. 0. Herkulilre Sireet Hallway Co. 8. .MlMxoiirl, Kansas & Tcxns Flrnt Kx. (elision 57r. International Silver Co. 1st Mlge BCe. Marlon Light & HcalliiR Co. First und HcfnndliiK 5r'r. To net from -t.lWc to 5.85rr. The W. T. Fields Co. 902 Chapel Street. Tel. fISTO. BRANCR OFFICE Boody, McLellan & Co., BANKERS AND BnOKERS 57 BKOADWAY, NEW YORK. MKMDBRfl Or New York Stock Exchange ) Bonds and Stocks Itanicht anil laid oa eommlsslcB for cash ' or carried oa mnrgiaf also Cottoa. Grain or Frovltlona. Investment Securities. A SPECIALTY, NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 29-31 CENThff St. TOIIX C CLARK. Manager, l'rlvalo Wires to New V'ork & Chicago. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 STATE BT11FET. ESTABLISHED 1834 Capital ...$350,000 Surplus , ..$350,0UU This bank offers lo C?posit ' urs every facility for buaiaoai, and invites the account of cor. porations, firraa na individu ala. i EZEKIEL a. STODDARD. Prenlfirnw HORATIO G. RED FIELD, Caihler, YILLIAM 0. REDF1BLD, Awlstant Cannier. IHe Union Trust Co. tiKXV HAVH-. Chartered by the Btate or Connecticut with authority to net us Kxecutnr, Ad ministrator, Oiiardlan. Kecelvcr or Trustee, under will ur deed. Is leital depoKilory of inoiioy iald in to Court, ana i'uulle Trust Funus, act. as Trustee (ur Mitalcliialltlcs, Corpora lions and Itiillvliluals. and adiiilnultn I'rusls of all KltitlM. lOmpowered lo uot as Heristrar uf Hlocks, Honds or other evlilencesof InileliledneiS, Diamine slnk ni funds, and d(J n" l'slie mich at I. usually (1"8 t'S' 'l'ri"'t CoilipHliles. It i so d-'M a Keneral banking IniM ness, collcctluK checks, notes, coupons ,,,! receives deposits. The principal ot each trust Is invested by ltsplf anu kept separate and apart from the gen eral assets nf thu Company. This company Ih by law regularly examined by the Hank Examiner ( til Btate "f Connect lent. llll.MIV t. JIOTCIIKIdS, I'reslilent.' IH ;IOMO H, IIHIXTOI,, Treasurer. Listen Men! Instead of running to several offices for your various lines of insurance, would it not be a great convenience and simplify the insurance question to en trust to one responsible and ex perienced party ALL your in surance matters . We are equipped to assuma this responsibility. Oome and look over our equipment. NORTH'S AGENCY. 70 tllllllH STREET. J'