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THE MOANING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1008. A young niun who had stopped fnr n 'momnm's iniislrieral inn of his success and advanofmfliit In the. fuuu'y, bmIiI; "I'm ronmuntl.v in dubt alwiiys paying, paying up some old bill und am mily wnrltlng now for the money I own others my pay for weolts to come hftlnnifs to soiiicnne else where am 1 at whore will I come out?" Hundred of you n men are In llmmiiiia ponlllon: "Oh, well," tliey say, "never mind, I'll earn morn siilnry vory soon, thou I'll pity 'phi nil nnd Iihvh money left." (Such thoughts urn very sMilnm ri'nllzod very few spendthrifts ever succeed ever have nn ndvaneeinent.! Simply because Ihey owe their (food standing, their trend times und Rood dollies to someone else. The savings account ims hewn tlin Htnrtln point for many a stu-censful career. Start one, ynunsr mnn n-dny. tirunby Gnu-no Cuiifwieu. 1 1 ,j Jhio Jioyul 22-j I.h Sallu 1,4 Muss, i !uni V '.j AlllliaWK litl BALI STREET BOTES Saturday's Manipulation Has Repressing Effect Upon Trading. ROCK ISLAND STEADY Lackawanna ajnd American BntilT Come Out, Possdbly on Forced Sale. The total of 145,000 shares during tho first hour and 46,000 during the second, was In marked contrast to the 1,100,000 dealt In during the two hours Saturday, It was evident that manipulative tac tic had faen discontinued, for the most part. The dullness was partly the di rect result of the methods resorted to Saturday; the outside public apparent ly reasoned that a dangeroua "game" was going on and that until It was over It would he wise to keep out. Teg ular commission brokers, who do not as a rule accept orders from large speculative Interests, complained of the Injury which Saturday's perform ance did to legitimate business. Trad ing In the exchange was also out down hy the refusal of many brokers to ac cept orders from other firm, particu larly where they suspected trouble might result from an Investigation or Saturday's doings. In a general way, stocks opened wenk nnd declined for half an hour, then steadied a little, and by degrees recovered up to early In the afternoon. It could hardly he said that there were any features dur ing the morning, aside from Ihe refut ing power which the Ilarrlnian stocks showed. Hill Issues were distinctly heavy, reflecting liquidation. Tho metal group was very heavy for a. time, then ralllefl, and became firm In the early afternoon. Although remaining riulet, stocks rallied somewhat In the after noon, reaching highest prices of the . day, In some cases, in the Ia6t hour. The reorganization plan of the West lnghouee Electric and Manufacttfrlng company is expected to hpcome effec tive on Sept. 1. although there may he ,a further short extension of time for the various committees to close up the subscription lists to tho new securities. The steadiness of Hock Island issues was thought to mean that bear oper ations In them had ceased; that If a part of Saturday's performance was designed to discipline those, who had been using this stock as a cluh to de press the market there Is likely to he an end of this thing from now on. Such was the Stock Exchange view. 1 London did practically nothing In this market. Tn addition to tho fact that the fortnightly settlement begins In London tomorrow, here was a dis position there to wait for some light on the situation here after Saturday's exhibition. Representatives of bond houses make somewhat conflicting statements re garding the Investment hiislncss. Some of them assert that there has been only a slight falling off In the demand i recently for the class of securities which their firms nrer offering. Others admit that there has been a very ma terial slackening In tho Investment de mand during the last two weeks und that the outlook nt the moment Is not particularly encouraging. All of them say, ,however, that If money continues at about tho present low level a con siderable amount Is bound to he Invest ed In bonds and tho best dividend-paying stocks. Central Leather 2S Central of N:w Jersey .... 1011 Chesapeake & Ohio 4n, Chicago & Alton 2J do. pfd 50 Chicago & E. Illinois pfd... Chicago & tit. Western .,, li'.i do. A pfd : Chl Milwaukee & St. P... Ul do. pfd 1M Chicago & Northwestern .. ls"i C R. I. & P. C. 4 p.c. Bds. Chi., St. V., M. & Omaha 134 Chicago Term Trans 8 do. pfd 12 Cleveland, C, C. A St.. I f.tl.i Colorado Fuel & Iron .12 Colorado Southern SSifc Consolidated iCSns 1J4V4 iDoiaware & Hudson IfiS'.b Del.. Lack. &. Western .... 4?0 Denver &. T?lo Grande pfd: (WtJ Distillers Sec. Co JtS'i Krle 5'!H do. 1st pfd Si do. 2d pfd 27'i Creneral Electric 142"i Ot. Northern pfd Illinois Central 13..H Interhorough Metropolitan., II M Jowa Central 17 Kns. City, Ft. S. A M pfd. f.S . Kanens City Southern 24tj do pfd 57 Lake Erie ft Western .... is, Louis. iish V! Manhattan Elevated 135 Mo., Kan. & Texas i 3Hi do pfd !3 Missouri Pacific 54 National Biscuit S7'4 National Lead Co N. Y. Air Rnke 71 14 N. Y. Cn. Hudson .... WS N. Y., Chi. ft. St. Louis .... .17 N. Y. ft New Haven ....... 140 N. Y. Ont. ft West 41 Norfolk ft Western 72v4 do pfd 7! North American K2M. Northern Pacific '.. 143 Pacific Mall 24 Pennsylvania ft. R. V.vl People's On. Chl ftRtj Pressed Rten par 334 do pfd P4 Pullman Palace Car Co. .. 1C2 Railway Steel Springs 4114 Reading do 1st pfd S3 Rep. Iron ft Steel Co 2?i do ffd 77i Rock Island Co M do pfd m Sloss Sheffield fioij, Southern Railway Co isi do pfd '. 48 Southern Pacific M do pfd 115',! St. Tiiits ft Southwest Ifi'-. do pfd 3S Third Avenue .: 2t Texas ft Pacific 2l'i Tol., St. Louis ft West 23 ti do pfd r. Twin City Rap Transit .... SS I'nlon Bag ft Paper Co do pfd .. ) Union Pacific. ; Ui7'4 do pfd ss TT. R. Express Co. So I'. S. Realty ft Imp. Co 47 I!. S. Rubber Co V, do 1st pfd flflti IT. S. Steel Co 45 do pfd 107',, do S. F. 5 per cent 100 Vlr. Car. Chem. Co ;r,i(, Wabash 12 " do pfd 2.-14 'Veils. Fargo Express Co. .. 251 West. I'nlon Tel. Co r,S Vst. Elect. Co 70t; Wheel, ft Luke Erie 9 Wisconsin Ceniral 23'j do pfd 44 2Vi 103 4i'; 21 SS"3 150 27 142 156 159 5.4 138 5 15 55 S3 24 145 170V4 f20 fi74 ?.7 22 3SMj 2&M! 143 1354 137 11H 174 51 251,4 eg 1S4 lW'i m SU4 M en 7314 1037 SRif, 141 41 '4 T3'4 S2 CAU, 14?'.4 25 123 34 HR 15 43 123H i 22 77 1fiT 3074 1V, 1S 40U 00'4 110 17H ?.!lj 41 24 214 56 '4 00 " '4 62 157 VI S514 pift 50 24 100", 45'4 10SIJ IIO14 12' 2 25'4 200 57 71 IO14 24 44'4 Niivuda Cons. North Untie . ()8'Rola ItiriMi , ( Qilllli'V Miunnon Tiiniaruclc Trinity IT. S. Mining . do, pfd. , . Thill Cons. . Unlied Copper Am, Tel. ft Tel..l!if'i Ma . (1,ih . , , , 54 Vj I'nlled Hhon Co. 58 ' tin, pl'd. . I'nlled Krult New Haven, mi . S31, a .ll 15 7a 1K 42 4H '.i 1 i 32'4 42 11 HV4 7 5 1 li 82 11(1' 2li,4 14 73 lU 42 46 12 124 54 56'4 814 41V 100 a 10:1 W. lilt. .A f .11 . IJ..IIIIU ill Hum 11. ei 1 gains and 71 1 Wt 15V4 111) 2ii '4 H 1 11 72 ih 41 '4 45 Mi 46 124 M b 57 4n' lio :i 04 15 74 ls 42 46 4ii4 121 55 5li4 5K it 2 41 TIIH 4'ITT3I MAIIKKT. Further cash the resultant Increase In tnii'lilim reported InHt Saturday but our banks caused money to work lower hero to-day, Bonds were irregular to-ilay, Total sales pur vnlue aggregated $3,24 4,000, t'nlted States lis advanced 1-2 per cent, on call. FINANCIAL Reported over private wires by Hayden, Stone & Co., members of New York uml Huston Htoi k ami New York Cot ion Kxohuntifls. New Haven branch, 32 Center street. New York, Aug. 21. High. low. I 'lose, Auifii.st M. tie September . October 8.K3 November - Uecenilinr 8.61 January 8.41 February March 8.49 II. M) 8.60 8.53 8 40 8.35 844 r.o 8.5 8.46 8 4$ 8 3(1 8 48 8.46 LOCAL STOCK Qt OTATIOXS. Corrnctud daily by Kimlirly, Knot & Co., Investment Brokers, ! fi Orang straet. Par. Ulrt. Asked. City 100 1394 Ku.1t Nstlonsl :o no Secetid National 100 180 - . Nutlonal New Haven 100 Hi? Meclinnlcs 60 - 66 MerWian'.A National.. 00 66Vi Nut. Tradesmen . . . . luO 176 New Haven County. 10 16 Yale National Hank.. 100 134 Now lla.e.i Ituhx .. I5U If 1'eoplu'i R & Trust. . 100 1 Hi MIeellODfnuii Moeka. 137 Par. Hid. Asked American Brasa 100 lib 1" Anioiniill llardwnrr. . 10) Idti l"l tdlsnn. Elc., Poston. 10U 215 .16 Inter. Silver 100 6 U do. ptd MO 54 58 Nov liavcil Gaa si -- 44 N. 11. Water Co 50 3 Peck, Stow & Wilcox. 75 7 62 Security Insurance... 25 44 Security insurance.. . ;a 44 S. N. K. Tel lou 111 8. N. K. Tel 100 112 Swift ft Cu i-jo 143 Vj 1U4' I'nlted Illuminating., loo -- 18 HHllmad Stocka. Bnsion & Albany 1)0 212 214 Conn. Fy. & Light... H'O 65 ft'1 Conn. Ky. 4- L. pfd... 1J0 , 75 1'unuiiry & Uttthel... 25 16 New Lond. North.... 100 11 & Conn. Vv eat... 100 4K N. I., N. H H n R. H0 142 142 4 Knllrnnd llnndn. aid. Berkshire St Ry.5's. due lf32 95 ) It 07 4 00 st4 Ha 85 K8 !f9 4 NITW YOKK STOCK MARKET. In times when trouble occurs in the market, and some persons have to make heavy sacrifices, Inactive Issues sometimes come out at great declines in price. There were two sales 'yester day which might have been of the character mentioned, Indicating some suggested that If leaUng bear opera tors, were forced to take heavy losses last Saturday, they might have sought to help themselves by throwing over Investment holdings for what they would bring. There was a sale of 20 half shares of Lackawanna yesterday at 600, or a decline of IS points from the last previous sale. This mennt a 150,000 transaction. There was a sale of 100 American Snuff at ISO, a decline of 20 points from the last previous transaction. The two together repre sented $68,000. Wall street tried to trace the Identity of the sellers. cloning rmeffis. Reported over private wires of Prlneo & Whltely, members ot the New York and Boston Stock Euhanges, New York ofrlee, 62 Broadway, and t5 Center sirent, New Haven. Conn. 'Now York, Aub. 24. Adams Express Co ISt Amalgamated Copper 764 76 Amer. Car Foundry Co..,, 39 40 do. pfd m 10.14 Amer. Cotton Oil SU-j 3414 do. pfd MIS 02 Amer. Express Co 195 210 Am. Hide ft Leather pfd... 20 i Amer. Ice Securities ?S'i n Ame.r. Linseed Co in 131.4, do. pfd 23 25 Amor. Ijoconiotlve Co, .... 65 554 do. pfd I" 5 in; Amer. Smell, ft Running... o:U :. do. pfd: 107 ms Amer. .Sugar Refining Co.. 13t 1344 do. pfd 125 130 American Woolen Co 134 24 4 Anaconda Cop. Mln. Co. .. 4' !' - Atch., Top, ft .Santa Fe... S74 do. pfd 914 01 Atlantic Coast Line 9) 9'i p.iltlmore ft Ohio 0'.t4 !.i'a do. pfd S3. 4 l-viy State Clns Co 27s 3 Brook, Rapid Transit Co.. 51 ' 614 Prook. I'nlon Has Co 1 ! 132 Brunswick C'o UU I'-'t Canada Southern 67 Canadian Pacific 17 1733., Reported over private wires of Princn ft White'', members or the New York and Bosion Stock Exchanges, Now York office, 62 Broadway, and 15 Center street. New Iitiven. Amnl. Cupper , Am. C. ft V. .. Am. Cotton OU Am. Loco. Co.. A in. S. ft R. Co. Am. Sugar Rof. 7 4 30 4 3 3 'a, 55 03 1 34 '), New York, Aug. Open. High. l,ow. 7i 76'.; 39 39 4 33', 33 4 65 14 f,5 01 02 4N 131 22 22 7 4 S7 04 4 04 4 03 03 62 i M 178 4 171 24 28 07 U7 41 41'. 1 42 1 40 IS a 33 134 6 an Am. Woolen Co. 22 A., T. ft H. Fe.. S7' do, pfd to 14 Halt, ft fMiio . H3 P. Rap. Tran.. 52 4 Cnnndia.il Pa.c, .1724 Ceniral Leather 2'. do, pfd .... sir Chesa. Ohio. 41 C., M. ft St.. P,.141 Chic, N. AV..15R'i Col. F. ft ., .. an. Con. iaa 134U 134 131 Del., La c. ft W.5KI f, nn 40(1 Erin 22'.'. 22 22 do, lat pfrl. SS14 3R' US 14' (it. North, pf, ..1:111 13 13r,i.t Illlnola Central 1354 13514 C!:,' Interbor-Mct. .. 1 1 ',; 1 1 '4 1 1 '4 do do pfd. 32 32 32 Loots, ft Nash, .lftfly 1 op 1 n s 1 . 24. Lust.. 1 " -n 3 n 664 03 4 134 4 22 S7 'A "4 4 03 514 173 4 2 07 41 142 158 4 150 324 32'f, Uos. N. Y. Air Line 48,1956 ill hik I liac. dm, 1)Z6 Bristol Tramway 44s 1045 Conn R. ft L. 4a, stam. Conn. Hy. 4, 196( Cons. Ry. 4s. 1066 .Cons, ity la, lotiti Cons. Ky. uvba., 1930.... Li. c N. 43. 1S65 bjn. ft liethel 5s, . . Uarlem ft 1'. C. 4a. 1911. do. 4a. 1964 l'S lioiiBHtonlo 4s, 1310 i7 4 do. 4s. 1'J37 Ill Mer. Conip. 6s, 1023 injij Merlden St. 6s, due 1924.. 1"8 .aiiKuiUCk o, Iji: ...... Noriliampton s, 1303 i)04 N. H. ft Center. 5s. 1933... M3 NHftl'erby 1st Ss.due lOlS.laS N. II. ft W. li. OS. 1912.. AO J N. H. Street 5s, laiJ JOO'a N. H. Street 6s, 1911 I0O4 New Lon. SI 6, 1923 H'3 N. Y N. H. conv. 3 4s,1956 US N. Y., N. H. ft 11. lis. I94S 12S do. 3 4s, 1954 N. Y. ft N. 1. fts. 1945.... N. Y. ft N. K. 1045.... i'rov. security 4s, 1057.... Shore Line 4Hs. 1910 Wor. ft C. E. 1st 4 4s, 1943 AikrJ lnfiij l'l 01 't 01 4 02 80 100 IDS 81' ', i 12:i 85 110 10) 81 784 9S 99 102 MUcrllnnei.ua niinil. Uld, Adams Express 4s. ,!9V 92 Brnnford L. ft W. 6s, 1937 i2 In, Sliver 6s, J!ss 1 In. Sliver lis, litis u5 N. 11. Gas Con. 6s, J3U. i.ila, N. H. Water eon. 3 910-U - N. H. Sewer 4s, 1914 9 N. II. City Hi'ldge. 34s Ntwlon. Steam s, !s!2-'i0 4 d Norwich Ons ft K1ec.6s.1929 1)0 I'rov. Secy, 4's, 1057 S N..K. Tel. 6's. 104 8 102 SwilT ft Cu. 6s, t:U4 "'4 I nit. 111., 4s, 1040 89 91 90 jo,; 14 96 1 I'M 81 1"1 91 i:x -dividend XOTH Til KIT IX HOSTOX. $ 15,0(10 In I'npcr Taken from WnMolii Clicstcr's Ollli o. nosion, Aug. 24. A theft nf pronilH sory notes of the face value of nearly $150,000 from the ufllce of WnlHioln It. Chester, at No. 17 'Dcnne strest, te canie known today. Tho papers disap peared last Wednesday, and tho Inves tigation which has been In progress since that tline by Mr. Chester and by tho police thus fnr has failed lo result In nny clue ns to what has become ol them. The notes were deposited In th safe In Mr. Chester's offlco Inst Wed nesday morning by iMIhh Ethel East man, cashier for .Mr. Chester, and when Miss Eastman went lo Ihe safe Into in the afternoon, she found thai the pock- etbook containing Ihe notes was gone. nKORF.ns' FAIM.'RK. Mendnws, Wllllnms & Co. of New York nml Buffalo Close, Ifew York, Aug. 24-Meadows. Wil liams ft Co., brokers of No. SS Wall street, failed today. The firm consisted of Harold O. Meadows and Clnrenre DeWltt. Mr. Meadows Is a member oi the Stock Exchange. A representative of the concern slid that It was not heavily Involved and that Its embarrassment was not due to the recent market movements, Puffalo, N. Y.. Aug 24 Tho firm of .Meadows, William ft Co, who have conducted a large brokerage business hero for a number of years, suspended this morning. iMr Williams retired from the firm several years ago. Nw Owner (who has Just bought a schooner yncliM. "Ijook 'er, M'-Pher. son, you'll nve tn ave that pillar re move.) before my wife coms down. Sh'l) want to alt nt the head of the table." M'-Plmrson. "Wee,, ye 11 have to make a steamer 0' her, fir that's ane the masts! ' Fun'h. CIAL Massachusetts Lighting Co.'s 6 Shares. NON-TAXABLE. Price to yield about 6 per cent; STOCKS BONDS F. S. Butter worth &Co.i Investment Securities Private Wirt for execution of order upon New York tni Boston Stock Exchanges. Quotations end Information furnished uor application. Telephone 3100-3101 Exchange Building CLARENCE E. THOMPSON & SONS INVESTMENT BROKERS LOCAL BONDS AND STOCKS Orders executed on the New York, Boston, & Philadelphia Stock Exchanges 810 Chapel Street. Telephone 2053. FINANCIAL. Any Gentleman of good education and buslnesi ability, desirous of entering remunerative profession, Can Secure a paying position at once. The qualifications are : Character, Confidence, Tact, Energy and Industry. ' , Apply to-day to ' THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY C. H. Porter, Manager. Exchange Building, New Haven, Conn. H. C. Warren & Co., BANKERS .Investment Securities 108 Orange Street .fif-t.H'M- ! The W. T. Fields Co. 902 Chapel Street. Tl. ltS7V M.i K. S T. pfrl. Missouri Phc. . , N. Y. C. It.. . N. Y. t Nor. R- . & V.. Western 73 U :tVa BStj f'S's 1l4;U I (1 2 -I 42 7S',i Northern Pae.. .I ll 14S-"-, 17t, Sti .lis U ltt IX '4 rentisylvanla . . 1 2 :, V2 IteadlnR I2i licp. I. & H. Co. 22'j Oo. pfrl. 77"k Hock lalnnrl Co, do, pfd. ... Po. 1'Hcttlc Ho, Hallway Co do, pfrl. . . . Tosh.s & I'nellle 2-1 H. Union l'.'icitio , isti.' do, pl'd. ... Sr. ir.S. Ruhher t'n. 113 do, pfri. . . mnu 1T. S. Steel Co.. 4 ii t4 rlo, pfrl. ..In7' ft ah Copper . . 4 3 's HloiKh. pfd. . . i:." W. I". Tel. Co.. lia 11 73U lit) 1 23 V& 122' J24 'i i ''' 17's 31 l!';i4 1 S a4 IS 1.4 244 1n7'.s So", 33 1 fill U, I nt. 1 4 3'n 2S Bft li 3'. 4!Hl 22 "j, i.tr.- 13SU in; 32 1'i(l i ifia'f, 41 Vj, 73';i 1 12 123', 122 12HH 1, 14 IS 24 Ift ir.R -s SB II 3 1 in in 4l4 Hi" 4 3 ' j 21 Jli- sn '. is 4 s 24 Ms R71 33 I11111.2 4B Ins 4.".' B.'i HOS'1'ON STOCK IM A Mi FT. Reported over private wire of Horn hlower Wueks, members of the N"W York and Hoacnn Stock Ex clui iiKos, Frank U. Wet more, manager. H inch. 111.1. Adventure , .UI'HI.'Z ... Arcadian 4 Atliinile Ill Hliurhani i, .at. oi 1 'riup. ... 1 2-t Untie Cn!nilnn . 2H' .'.! 1 u 11 10 1 !. ,rr, 1 1 S Cain. A- lleri.i ,t;s.-, '''cut enn la 1 3:M Cupper Haiipe . 7S iMly Wee I .... in franklin 12', net on 1 ,'i vv . 10 4 I2i, 1 1 ; fisfi 33 " 10 12 Is, . Auk 24. Hill Asked 27 3S ' 4 414 I'll SI 1 212 I2r's :i 2i, llfi 117 STR BSB 32 324 04 10 12 122 STOCK MXRKKT TIKMIAV. Trailer Take A'nriilnjc from Tlircat curd Invest Illation. New York, Anif. 24. lMBi'iiwIon In the financial district to-day had to do mainly with laat, Saturday's sensation al market, and announcement that the stock ex'chanee had determined to taRe Immediate official cognizance of the episode was received with general approval. A closer study of the day's hnslness was said to have heightened the Impression that In very larpe part It represented neither genuine short ooverltiK nor legitimate tradliift of any kind. The governing; hody of the ex change will probe the matter lo the bottom and preparations to that end are already well under way. ' That traders and the speculative faction as a whole have taken warning was clearjy evident from the character of to-day's operations. Rimlness during the early session was less than one fifth of that transacted In the sfune period Saturday and throughout the day the market had frequent periods of utter Inertia. Reports dealing with general buslnes.s conditions were rath er conflicting, Developments having direct relation to the stock market were AV. II. Taft'd pledge to an early tariff revision In the event of his elec tion, and the Inauguration of an ac tion by the attorney general of this Plate a gal nit the various railroad com panies engaged In the transportation of hard coal within Its boundaries. There was also the news to-day tha. the Te;:i,s railroad commission had urged the slate's legal authorities to Institute proceedings against the Rock Island and other lines traversing the commonwealth, l.oiver prices were recorded In the lornl market at the opening. Ihe greatest loss being sus tained iby Northern Pacific, tieiieral weakness was shown throughout the active list, wllh occasional fitful ral lies, resulting chiefly from the support accorded I'nlted States teel and Ihe Harrlman Issues, Ry noon the mark et had Improved, with quotations, however, still below Saturday's. Last week's pressure upon New York Cen tral and the It nek Island Issues was renewed and had the- effect nf ru?. tailing biielness elsewhere. The strength of the Southern Pacific was the most conspicuous feature of the later trading, the balance 1.1 f the active lis! showing a weak undertone. From an authoritative source It was learmd that several of Ihe large commission houses recently commlttrrl to Ihe short side had up to the close to-day failed to make delivery of all of the stock sold by them last, Saturday. Thl was not regarded as an Indica tion of financial embarrassment but rather of an overtaxing of their cleri cal forces resulting from the huge THE CHILD-HERON Law Corporation. BAD DEBTS COLLECTED. 1 ieliinuctit customers are worse than leaks In the cash registet. 310 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, .1. W. SI'.AHS, locnl, Supt. 132 Temple Street. Tel. SftOO. Home otnYo 7!) North Main Street, Waterhury, Conn. C. C. CARROLL STOCK BROKER, rtoonis 22-23 Ilubinger nulldlng, 840 Chapel St. Tel. 6069. Correspondent of W. B. SMITH & CO. 1878 1DOS Members of the Consolidated Stock Kxchnnge, of New York, and Chicago Hoard of Trade. BONDS. $30,000 Conn. Railway ft Lighting Co.'s 4Js. $6,000 Providence Securi-" ties 4s (guaranteed by N. Y., N. II . & H. R. R. Co.) $7,000 N. Y. & Queens Elec Light & Power 5s, $5,000 Rochester Rail way3 & Lighting Co. 5s (New York Central property). THE . Chas.W.Scranton Company, Investment Brokers, 103 ORANGE STREET, HORNBLO WER & WEEKS MEMBERS OP NEW iORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. New nen Office 27 Center Street. NEW Tonic CHICAaO. BOSTON. BOSTON. NEW YORK. HAYDEN, STONE & CO. BANKERS AND BROKERS. INVESTMENTS. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 33 CENTER STREET. E. B. EAMES, MGR. BIUNCn OFFICE Boody, ilclellan & Co., BANKERS AND BROKFJIS, 111 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Bought and told on commission lot cash or carried on margin; also Cotton, Grain or Froviitfonf. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIAIIY. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 29-31 CEMTtfl f JOHN C. CLARK, Manager. Private Wires to New York & Chicago. James C. Kerrigan. Rooms 11-12, 102 Orange Street. INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. ' If yon desire to dispose ot smnll lots of Sonthern New England Telephone, New Haven Gun, New Haven Water, Connecticut Railway and Lighting com mon stock, or any local stocks or bonds, I can obtain the highest price for the inme. Bonds and Stocks Of Unquestionable Secur ity, Netting from 5 to 6 FREDERICK C. HULL, INVESTMENT SECURITIES, 850 CHAPEL ST. Correspondent Bertron,' Storrs & Oriscom, New York. BANKERS. Phlla. BONDS AND STOCKS. Contr. Ry. & Light. of 1951. N. V., N. II. II. B. R. Convertible 31a's of 1050. New Mllford Power first 5's, 1BS2. I'. S. Sleel S. V. 5's, IOCS, lierUslilrc SI, Itnllwny 5's of 1022. 2S whiires New Ilnven (Jus Light Co. to slmrcs S. N. K. Telephone. ID elinrrs Conn. R.v. & Light. 1 stock KIMBERLY. ROOT & CO.. Tel. 1 109. 133 Orange Street, rrlvnte wire to New Vr.rfc nnd Ronton. THE NATIONAL TRADESMENS BANK OF NEW HAVEN. Now that tho season for ocean travel Is nt hand,'1 wo desire to inform I In; pulilli! that we supply Letters of Credit h nil Travelers' Checks avail able In ull pints of the world. Drafts are also Issued for remit (ances to foreign countries. Prince & Whitely STOCK AND BOND BROKERS. 62 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. Pfvate wires to New York, Bjtoii, Chicago and Richmond. Va C. B. B0LMER, Manager New Haven Branch. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 STATE STREET. ESTABLISHED 1834. This BHtik will be pleased to receive business nnd personnl accounts, ' Capital .'..$ 300,000.00 Surplus 324,000.09 Di'lKislls 1,300.000.00 TXRIFF REVISION I P TO-OVY. Siih-t'oinnilttPfii of Senaie Finance Committee Meet,. Washington. Aug. 21.Th meeting I nf tln tariff sitb-conimlttie nf the fen- ' nti coiiinilttr on fliifliiro which ives mlM for tnrlny has liren postponed j until tomorrow on acenunt of the fall-! ur of ?nmp nf the members to arrive. I At the nipptlng tomnrrnw Assistant Soeftsry Onllrlge of tho treasury ile partment will present the department's views regarding the changes to be mnrlp. In the tariff classifications and also the department's recommendations regarding the administrative features of. the proposed new tariff law, Capital.... ..$350,000 Surplus ......$350,000 This bank offers to deposi tors every facility for business, and invites the accounts of cor porations, firms and individu als. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, President HORATIO 0. REDFIELD, Cashier, WILLIAM 0. REDFIELD, Assistant Cashier, LET US PROTECT YOUR VALUABLES The New Haven Trust Com pany has the most modern equipment In Safe Deposit Vaults. Being both Fire and Burglar Proof, they assure Positive Pro tection. - Why not rent one of our Safe Deposit Boxes now? The cost Is small. Capital $200,000.00 Surplus and Profits. . 03.810.35 James H. Paris! & Co. uccM61nff- NEWTON A PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealersinlnv3stm3.it Securities 86 Orange Street. GEO. A. SAUNDERS, j Local Representative of The Colonial Investment Co., 201-202 Mallcy Bld'g. Tel. 6740-3. New England Agent for Tho Dean Alvord Company, exclusive dealers la Long Island Real Estate. The Union Trust Co. NKW HAVEN. Chartered by tbe State or Connecticut wltii authority to ant as Executor, Ad ministrator, Guardian, Receiver or Trustee, under will or deed. Is legal depository of money paid In to Court, and Public Trust Funds, acts as Trustee for Municipalities, Corpora tions and Individuals, and administers Trusts of all. kinds. Empowered to act as Registrar of Stocks, Bonds or other evidences of Indebtedness, manage sink ing funds, and do all business such as Is usually done by Trust Companies, Tt also does a general banking busi ness, collecting cheeks, notes, coupons, nnd receives deposits. The principal of each trust Is Invested by Itself and kept separate and apart from the gen eral assets of the .Company. Tills Company Is by law regularly examined by the Bank Examiner of ths State of Connecticut. HENRY I. HOTCHKISB, President. EUGENE S. BRISTOL. Treasurer, STCDY GERMAN SYSTEM. American Monetary Commissioners Ijooklng Into Finances. Berlin, Aug. 24. H. P. .Davidson nt N'ew York end Oeorge Reynolds of Chicago, attached tn the American monetary commission that lias been recently In London, have arrived here to gather material on the question of German finances, They called today on various hankers and financial au thorities, It Is believed that Senator Aldrlrh may codo over to Berlin this we.;k before going to Alx-la-C'hapelle, MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY FURNISHES A CONVENIENT AND SECURE PLACE FOR THE DEPOSIT OF YOUR SE CURITIES AND VALUABLES. 72 CHURCHSTRPIET. NewHaven First Mortgage Beat Estate Loans For Sala $ BOO 6 POO 8 moo " 12006 " 16006 " 16006 " 16006 " $18006 200.1 6 21,0,16 " 23000 " 2600 6 " 30,10 8 " 10006 " Full particular regnrdluK "y lo furnished on application. Lomas & Nettle ton BANKERS and BROKERS 137 Orange Stroat.