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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1903. Are You Fooling Yourself ? Some men tiro cniiKtiinily working under the delusion Unit ll will always bo "summer time" with tlicm -constantly fooling themselves. Don't fool yourself no one else will le to Mimic If you spend us fust as you go, ("hit of your working snlnry nut of your IiiihIiioss- save money now wlillo you are able to wive It. Opon n savins: ncconnt with this Rnnk. Opn Saturday Kvcnlnfrs for Your Convenience. WALL STREET NOTES Shorts, Apparently "Nervous," . Cover at Close, Forcing Advance. VOLUME DROPS SHARPLY Heports of Big; "Soup" loan nnd Wlutt It Means f.oort Cum Report F.xpectcd. The volume of biinliiHSs during; tho first half of the day felt away whom 4'1 per cent, compared with Thursday, t'." total for the (lr.it two hour being only -217,000 fihiirrR. Sharp recover ies were expel e need throiifflnnit the li hut with C iisclldfited Clan nnd A'lerleiin Sul:lng scoring; the great is; gains. The.Miirrln-an etocks again 1. I in !-int f v ilimie nnd Heading A (Inn mil m tlve. Much if tlie huy iirt proli:ilily ivpre.ent'd short cover II ;;. it n-.u Ctriciilt Ii discern much (Vrtlde piii tli Ipu'liin; the recent vlo 1 :it rollniiee .11 American Smelting, 'h the iIImi liifuirvn at the annual r . ,-etliiK- nerving to shake 'confldenee ., nnie qmirters. In the last hour s : n showed great strength, having Ti i owred m.st of the recent decline. Iv looked as if many of the shorty w-re "nervous" and thought It wise cover thi Ir contract" before the ihlc hellriay. The Harrlman stocks 1 1'nlteil States Steel Issues and idlng were prominent in the ad nec London was a factor at the opening. AIm'ohiI prices showed a general re im cry ijndcr the h-ad of Canadian l-iicllir. In which there was heavy short i vcrlntj. Tlie Impi ovement at Lon don In the Steel Issues and the Harrl man stocks was. also followed here. 1,'iidun mild less than 10.000 shares, the traders there undoubtedly even ing up their contracts over the New York holiday. , Buying of KeniUng In the morning was apparently confident, 'and there were renewed predictions of a further jharp advance in that stock and in the other hard and soft coal properties Va-sed on the natural Improvement In . the autumn coal trade nA the pros pects of a decision against the gov ernment on the commodity clause of the Hepburn law. . l'hat there Is anything In the fur ther rise of Consolidated (las to a new high figure was entirely unlikely, though some persons were discussing the i 'ililllty of an Incicase In the dividn'.l Kite from 4 to 5 per cent, for the mxt payment. Hut this Is not due until after the supreme court is expected to hand down its decision. The mte for this month's dividend hHs already been fixed. The next one Is tlue In December. There was much t peculation as regards the possibility c ' the company deposing of Its val uable city real estste and distribut ing u Urge extra liUiiluul. ileporis tliHt .Southern l'aclfle will i o ti j in the monty market with a V loan, some say as big as $50,000, t J, urc, construed as both a bull and near argument. There is talk of v.i'.'.mhle "lights." especially as the i . - 1 4 now celling above par. With i i large a peivimage of the stock .. ir.i'c'ili (1 by liLirriman interest it i .... I'tojn cnmpiii h lively easy to mini i.i .l.itt tat prii.e l.'om the U0 level, v.'.'rc ;. Mood only a lew weeks ago. . A fearutv of the lecent bond busl V.l ..is Iwu been the heavy buying by ii".o.un iiiianiial iiii-titulions from all l.a.ts i,' L,?e country and also by denl lt..'.. t'Hvlngd li.inks liave Iwen 'free i)U;.'i i-.. The aetinn of the banks in Uip.fiing lively on such securities has a!, o liuiinuiatcd ptiiclitisis, as buyers hu.'e u margin of profit between the ljuome return and the Interest pal J on fcuua lonn " There waa u disposition to look or a fairly good government, report on corn, although heretofore Wall street had made up Its mind that great loss had been suffered by drought in Illi nois, Indiana, Michigan and other Ptntes. The view obtained that the Increased acreage of nearly 3,000,000 turcs would largely offset the. deterio ration up to September 1. In such event a total of 2.H00.000 bushels was predicted. But since September 1 fur ther damage" by drought In the states mentioned ha? ' occurred. This will not, of course, show in the next gov ernment report. Third avenue nnd American Tele phone, two inactive stocks, were strong featuren during the morning session. The buying of the latter was of the same persistent character that has marked tho transactions In the stock for past few days. CLOSING ritlCES. Reported over private wires of Prlneo & Whitely, members of the New , York and Boston Stock Echange.i, , New York ottlce, 62 Broadwav, und 16 .. Center street, New Haven. Conn. New York, Sept. 4 Adams Express Co 181 Amalgamated Copper 79 79, Amer. Car Foundry Co 40 4 - do. pfd 103 105 Amer. Cotton Oil 35 36 do. pfd 90 92 1 Amer. , Express Co 195 200 Am, Hide ft leather pfd... 20 21 Amer. Joe. Socurltios 28 29 Amur. Loeoomotlve Co 54 1 51 do. pfd 105 106 Amor. Smelt, ft Rotln 94 94 :. do. pfd 107 108 Amer. Sugar Refining Co.. 133 134 do, pfd 126 130 Amer. '.Woolen Co, ............ 23 M Anaconda Cop. iMin. Co.... Atch,, Topeka & Santa Fe. do, pfd Atlantic Const Line Baltimore & Ohio do. pfd Bay State Oas Co 2 Brook. Rap. Transit Co.... Brook, t'nlon Oas Co Brunswick Co Canada Southern Canadian Tnclfle Central Leather do, pfd Central of New Jersey Chesapeake & Ohio Chicago Alton do. pfd Chi. IT. Illinois pfd Chi. Ot. Western do. A pfd Chi., Milwaukee & St. Paul do. pfd Chi. ft Northwestern C Tt. I. & P. C. 4 p c. Bds. Chi., St. P., M. ft O Chicago Term. Trans do. pfd . Cleve., C. C. ft St. I .... Colorado Fuel A Iron Colorado Southern Consolidated Oas ... Delaware ft Hudson Delaware, Lack, ft West... Denver ft Ttlo Orande pfd. Distillers Sec. Co F.rle do. 1st pfd do. 2d pfd General Klectrie Ot. Northern pfd Hocking Valley do. pfd Illinois Central Intrrhorouch Metropolitan.. !0"s flu's D5 9.V4 91 91 flfl'j 85 87 9-i 2 n-n 51 B4'.j in m 1214 1314 M fiT 172 172' ?4 MVS OS ! ' 195 20S 42V4 42 2?-4 2S 6S Wi InO ft 6H 25 2 144H 144 mi 1M 12S4 .12 fit! 'A 7 135 13S 3 5 12 . 13 55 57 3H Sfi'S 3f'(, Sfl 14Tfc 14ft 170 172 510 612 ft. trr 3S 34 2514 25 41 41 'i 31 31 146'4 14fi 134 13S 82 (10 gl HO 14H4 1414 U 12 10 11 67 f lfi 17H 58 HO 271J 27'4 7 67'4 15 IS 109 lorns 137 140 li4 WA . lfi'4 lfiy 64H 5 M 57 89 89'S 84 84'S 78 80 105 105H 34 31 HOH 142 41 42'4 74 75 R0'4 62 fin 143, 143V4 25 21 124S 124 MU, 97 34 V4 35 '4 lfit 166 42V4 42'S . 19H 129 88 90 234 24 80V, 81 IT'S, 17 33S 334 IW',4 64 2014 50H 50 108 10S 17i 18 44I4 45 42 421-i 24 i 254 26 26 , 564 56 , 8914 90 : 7 s , 6ft 64 . 164 161 , 87 87 . 80 100 . 48 51 . 33 34 , 100 im 46 46 . 111 111 . 101 1(11 . 28 29 . 12 12 . 26 26 . 275 300 . 57 57 . 75 76 . 9 10 . 10 11 . 24V4- 24 . 43 44 International Paper Co. ... do. pfd Town Central Kas. City, Ft. S. ft M. pfd. Kansas City Southern do pfd Uike F.rle A Western .... Iouls. A Nash Manhattan Elevated Mexican Central Mo., Kan. A Texas do pfd Missouri Pacific National Biscuit National Lead Co N Y. Air Brake N. Y. Cen. A Hudson ...... N. Y Chi. A St. Loul N. Y. A New Haven N. Y. Ont. ft West Norfolk A West do pfd North American Northern rnclflc Pacific Mall Pennsylvania R. R People's fins, Chi Pressed Steel Car do pfd. Pullman Palace Car Co. .. Railway Steel Springs .... Reading do 1st pfd Rep. Iron ft Steel Co do pfd Rock Island Co do pfd Sloss Sheffield Southern Railway Co do pfd Southern Pacific St. Louis A Southwestern. do pfd Third Avenue Texas ft Pacific Toy., St. Louis ft Western do pfd Twin City Rap Transit .. I'nlon Bag ft Paper Co. ,. do pfd Union Pacific do pfd S. Ex press Co V. 1'. S. Ftenlty ft Imp. Co... IT.' S. Rubber Co do 1st pfd U. S. Steel Co do pfd ' do S. F. 5 per cent Vlr. Car. Chem. Co Wabash do pfd. Wells-Fa rgo Express Co. ., I rr.1, I iiiiiii i ei, i.i, I Weet. Elect. Co Wheel, ft Iike Erie do Id pfd , Wisconsin Central do pfd NITW VOKK STOCK MAflKKT. Reported over private wires of Princ & Whlta'.y, members or the New York and Boston Stock Lv.chaiitj.-i, New Voik otllce, 52 B.oadway, and 16 Cmiinr Ktiei . New Haven New York, Sept. 4, 1908. Open. High. Low. Jsl. Am. copper .... 1 1 "Xi ni 'ii 1 1 "s m'. Am. C. ft F 40 40 40 40 Am. Cot. Oil.,.. 26 36 35 86 Am. Loco 63 54 63 ii4 Am. S. ft R 92 95 92 94 Am. Sugar 133 133 133 133 A. , T, ft S. Fe. .. 88 90 88 90 do. pfd 96 95 95 96 B. & 0 96 96 96 96 Brook. R. T 63 64 53 64 ' Can. Pacific. 173 173' 172 172 Cent. Leather., 28 28 2S;e 28 do. pfd 1)8 9!) 98 . 99 dies, ft 0 41 42 41 42 Chi. ft Ot. W.. . . 6 6 6 11 C. M. ft St. P.. ..142 144 142 144 Chi. ft N. W....161 163 161 Col. F. ft 1 35 36 35 36 1.:, Con. Oas 145 149 145 149 " Del. ft Hud 170 17o 170 170 Erie 24 25 24 25 do, 1st pfd 40 41 40 41 Gen. Elect rle ..146 146 146 146 Ot. North., pfd.. 136 158 130 n, 1311", 111. Central 140 141 140 140 L, ft N 108 100 ()S.it Mo. Pacific 56 67 56 57 N. T. Central. ,, .104 105 104 105 N. Y., O. ft W... 41 41 41 42 N. ft W W 74 74 , 74 No. Pacific 142 144 142 143 Penn. H. R 124 124 124 124 Reading 127 129 127 129 Rep. I. ft 8 23 23 23 23 do. nfd 79 80 79 80 Rock Island ... 17 17 17 17 do. pfrl 33 33 33 33 So. Psclflc 107 0fl 107 loss. So. Railway 20 2014 20 20 do. pfd 50 50, firt 6ns Texas & Pacific. 25 25 25 25 Cn. Pacific 163 1H4 162 164 do. pfd 864 ST 86 S" 1'. S. Rob., pfd.. 100 oo 00 11101: S. Steel 46 47 45 46 do, pfd msiyi 11 1 a; Mfin; mi, Ctah Copper ... 45 45 45 45 W. P. Te! 66 57 T,6 57 W. ft L. Erie. . .9 9 ft DOSTON STOCK MAUKKT. Reported over private wires of Horn- blower & ..Weeks, members ot th Nw Vork micl fcuaioii titoek Ex vliiiiigna, fc'i'miK l). wtniiioiv, niaiirt- Mtl. Boston, Sept. 4, 1908. Adventure. !i S b?i 1) AlKiliel 3 b Sli'1 Arcam.m 1 4 Atlaiule 11 Boston Cons, . ,, n 12"i 12 12 IJutlB Ciilutlon.. 2li liu' l.'ul. & Alls 120 121 hit. ft Hecla li55 655 (i5 liiii) Cupper Range., 7U 7S l'Riy West S U it !Mj FiMiikllu 14 13 13 14 (Jranby ion lu3 (ireene Cannnea, 11 11 11 11 Isle Roy I 24 22 23 23 Mass, Cons (1 (I li'a 7 Mohawk 6" 66 67 North Buttu ... S6 84 ' old Dominion.,. 42 41 42 43 , Osceola 111 115 J Mr rot 17 26 2 27 gillivy I3 93 93 94 Shannon 15 '5 15 16 Tamarack 75 75 76 77 Trinity 20 J8 19 19 T. S. Mining.,.. 41 41 41 42 do, ptM 45 46 I'lnh Cons 46 46 I'lilttd Copper ., 10 11 Am. T. ft T 131 130 130 131 Mass. Oas 56 57 Swift ft Ci 105 105 105 105 I'lilted Shoe .,, 5i! 55 56 66 do. pfd....'..., 1 28 28 Pulled Fruit ...134 133 133 134 New Haven .,..1 43 1 43 1 42 143 I.OCAI, ST(f K at'OTATIOMI. Corroded i.Uly by Klmu ii'ly, Hoot & Co., Invcmmont UroKuii, :s3 Orang street Par. Mil. Alkefl, City 100 139 Ku st Nut loin 1 ;nu );o Second National 100 30 National New Haven 100 JUS Mechanics HO (6 Merchant National.. 50 66 Nat. Tradesmen! ,,, . 100 1 76 New Haven County. 10 16 Vale National Hank.. 10) 134 New Heu i 1 uT .. I3t Itl Pcoplo'i )(. & Trust.. 100 110 .MUcrllancmia Slooki. Par. Itld. Asked American Brass luo J 06 109 American Hardware,, loo 108 112 fcillson Klee., Hoston. 1U0 230 238 N. Jl. Water Co. .. . 60 ti'i Inter. Huver 100 U do. pfd 10J 64 67 New haven Gas :5 a N. Jl. Water Co 50 V3 Peck, Stow Ik WTcox, 47 62 Security Insurance.,, 25 44 Security insurance... rs 14 S. N. K. Tel 100 111 Swtrt ft Co jno 101 jo& I'nited Illuminating., luo -- 163 Itnllronil Mnek. Boston ft Albany.... 100 217 S18 Conn. fly. & Light... 100 60 86 Conn. Ry. A: U pld... 1J0 76 Uanuuiy A Betiuu... io 16 New lxuirl. Norm.... loO H. & Conn. West 100 41 N. V N. J l. ft H.R.R. lrtrt 142 143 Kullrond Honda. . , Old. Alked. Berkshire St.Ry.5s,due 1933 100W iios. N. 1. Air llno 4s,1956 96 Bridgeport Trac. 6s, 193 lo3 . lirlhttii '1 ramwuy 4s 1946 97 Conn. H. ft U !tamp. loo' 101 Cons. Jy. 4s, 195ti m 93 Cons. ii). 4s, ltifin si to Cons. Ry. 4s, !.". to jji VWIW- UV'UD., XVOV...., If V, AC i. ts, 1900 Dan. At Hetiiel 6s, 1911,.,, Harlem ft 1'. C. 4a, 1911.. do. 4s. 1964 liousatonlc 4s, 1310 do. 4s. 1j37 96 8 99 96 97 100 I II Mor. Comp. 6s, 1923 102 W .uviiuen 01. on, auc Ii1., 103 .s.iugauick 4o, mai Northampton 6s, 1909 100 N. H.'ft Center, 6s. 1933... 103 NHS Demy 1st 5s,due 1918.103 N. H. ft W. H.6s, 1912.. 100 N. 11. Street os, 1913.... Io0 V H. Street 5s, 1914 10 J New Lull. St. 6s. 1923.... 103 106 N.Y., N. H. conv. 3H. 1966 kg SD N. V., N. H. II. t,s, 19IS 128 129 do. J, 1961 js N. Y, N. H. ft H. 6s. 1948 125 129U N. V. & .V 1-.. 4s, 1IM6.... 8? lj l'rov. Secuuty 4g, 1967.... 78 SI Pnre Line 46s. 1910 99 Wor. ft C. E. 1st 4s, 1943 98 103 MUrellRiirone Bnnrts. Hid. Adams Express 4s, 1948. 93 Brenford L. ft W. 5s, 193T 102 In. Silver 6s, Isss M In. Sliver 6s, 1948 106 N. H. Oas Con. 6s, 1 9 1 H. Uil N. H. Water con. ltno-16 - N. H. Sewer 4s, 1914 9 N. H. City Bridge 3. .. . Newlin. Steam 6s, r.O3-20 n Nnrwli'lil t.'in A Kip,-! 1 Qi 1,11 Asked. 94 90 106 98 l'rov. Peey, 4S. 1067 . . . . - 14 U V 1.' ...l i - , ,. . e ...A.. r. . r.. j ' I. ii i., j :m , IV i SWIft l Co. 5s, Iill4 S'l I. nit. 111., 4s, 1840 69 101 92 i:-dlvidend. STOCK MARKIT HKVIKW. Diti lings Oinflnoil Largely to Closing ConirncU for Three Day Holiday. New' York, Sept. 4 The stock mar ket was affected as usual by the Im minence of a three-day holiday. Deal ings were confined largely to the clos ing up of contracts by the traders, who are averse to the risk of a long period In which stocks cannot be dealt In, while some sudib n event might change the speculative situation. It became manifest that, In the decline of yesterday, traders had operajed with some freedom on the short side. The demand which advanced prices today was attributed to covering operation from that source. Not only the slock exchanges, but the commercial ex changes generally are to be closed In this country tomorrow as an extension of Hie Labor day holiday on Monday. The day's dullness was the result. F :r- elun markets gave evidence of a sub sidence of the uneasiness caused by the Moroccan situation. Preliminary esti mates of the week's currency move ment Indicated a falling off In ship ments to New York, but not yet suf ficient to turn the tide of the move, ment In favor of the Interior. The large surplus held by the New York banks leaves the subject of little In terest from the banking standpoint. The sluggish demand from the Interior for currency tends to confirm dpuhts of the rate of business recovery. The commodities markets were dull and featureless under the Influence of the approaching holiday and no Important deductions were drawn from them of the progress of the crops. Copper war rants declined In London without af fecting the recovery in tne prices of copper Industrials. The U. S. Steel stocks developed strength when It he came known thnt J. Pierpnnt Morgan hod come to his office for the first time after his return from abroad yester day. This gave u late upward Impetus to prices. Bonds were active and firm. "Total sales par value $5,260,000, U. S. bonds are unchanged on call for the week. DROl'TH HALTS INDVSTRY. Mnnv Plants In West Virginia, and Prnnsvlvanlu Shut Dnun. PiUsburjT, Pa., Sept. 4. The drought in western Pennsylvania and West Vlr- i glnln Is reaching serious proportions nnd Is causing the suspension of many Industries. At Orrensburg, Pa., several plants uf the H. C. Prick Coke com pany have been compelled to shut down. Farmers are hauling water for miles. SI renins which have never be fore been known to go dry are so shallow that only here and there a stagnant puol la found. Tills water Is scooped up, boiled, and used for dom- . estlo purposes, At Johnstown, two large reservoirs j which have supplied the city with wa- 1 ter sre practically dry, and a third, , the Hlnckston Ryn reservoir, Is the only hope of the city, Today many homes In the central part of Johnstown ; are without water. j At Morgantown, W. Vs., the larg plant of the American Sheet, and Tin Pint company has suspended 1 psra- j Hons on account of the drought. Many lumber coal, and coking Industries along Decker's Creek are also idle, PAVIXH noARO TO PAY. Corponitlon Counsel Settles lnler-lP-piirtment Debute. Corporation Counsel Rogers yester day submitted an opinion to Director of Public Works Foley, on the contro versy between the department of pub lic works and the paving commission, on which shall pay the bills for changes In curbing, sewer manholes, etc., In the streets that are nelng per manently paved. In his opinion, Mr, Rogers says that for all changes, ex cept possibly the removal of trees, t'1 expense should he met by he fund of the paving commission, whlcn has the sole control, and say, under the char ter, and not by the department of pub lic works, which Is confessedly with out power. The opinion followed t;i furor thnt was created nt the paving com mission a week ago, when Secretary Caplan of the board reported that the commission had paid out over $1,000, for raising sewer manholes, changing curbs and hydrants, nnd other matters along streets that were being paved. The commission talked It over and was of the opinion that these Items should have been paid for by the de partment of public works, but took no action. TO T;TCmSF, XF7WSROYS. A meeting of the ordinance commit tee of the board of aldermen hss been railed for next Tuesday evening bv Chairman Frank Kenna to consider again the pnsslng of an ordinance ,c qulrlng that newsboys he licensed and that they roust wear badges. FINANCIAL September Investments. Security Insurance Co. Conn. Ry. & Ltg. Co. common. S. N. E. Telephone Co. New Haven Oas Light Co, International Silver Co. pfd. Willimantic Oas & Electric Co. Vr bonds. Providence Securities 4 bonds. Conn. Ry. & Ltg. Co. 4Jr bonds. The W, T; Fields Co, tel. bst 002 Chapel Street. C. C. CARROLL STOCK BROKER, Rooms 22-23 Hublnger Building, 840 Chapel St. Tel. 6069. Correspondent of W. B. SMITH & CO. 187f4 1B0S Members of the Consolidated Stock Kxchsnge, of New York, and Chicago Hoard of Trade. THE CHILD-HERON Law Corporation. , BAD DEBTS COLLECTED. Delinquent customers are worse than leaks In the cash register 310 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, ,t. v. M:its, iioroi, supt. 1A2 Temple Street. Tel. UiiOO. Home OfTlee 79 North Main Street, Wntcrbury, Conn. SEPTEMBER INVESTMENTS, New Havon Wntrr Co. stock, N. H. (ins Light Co, stock, S. X. K. Telephone Co. stork. I'll I ted Illuminating Co. slock. Merchants Nntlonnl Rank stock. Conn, Ry. & Ltg. 4 bonds. X. Y.. X. II, & 11. R. R. 4s of 1017. x. v.. x. ii. & n. r. r. ss or 1012. rrovldenrp Sertirltlrs Co. 4s. Rochester Ry. & Lt. Co. 5 bonds. X. Y. Central & II. R. property. X. V. & Qiioeim El. Lt. & V. Co. 5s. Int. Silver 4d. 1st Mt(r. fls. Elgin, Aurora & So. Tr. Bs. Xorthorti Texas Eire. Co. 8 pfrl stork. Conn. lty. & Lt. Co. 4 pfd stork. THE Chas.W.Scranton Company. . Investment Brokers, 103 ORANGE STREET, FINANCIAL STOCKS F. S.Butterworth&Co., Investment Securities Prlva'e Wire for execution of order! moi Now York n1 Boston Stock Exchanges. Quotations and Information furnished upon ap!ici .bi. Telephone 3100-3101 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. H. C. Warren & Co., . BANKERS Investment Securities 108 Orange Street. 4444Hl'4ff44't44444'444iM'!i HORNBLO WER & WEEKS MEMBERS OF NEW 10RK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. New Haven Office 27 Centw Etrret. NEW YORK. CHICAOO. DOSTON. BOSTON. NEW YORK. HAYDEN, STONE &, CO. BANKERS AND BROKERS. INVESTMENTS. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 33 CENTER STREET. E. B. EAMES, MGR. James C. Kerrigan. Rooms 11-12, 102 Orange Street. INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE, . REAL ESTATE. If you (talre to dlpne of imnll lota of Sonthorn New L'nglnnd Telephone, New Haven Gmb. New Haten Water, Connecticut Railway and Lighting com. mon atock, or any local stocka or bonds, I can obtain the highest price for the same, ' F. C. Iluphncll, Prest.j II. S. Woodruff, N. W. Kendall, H. E. Branson, Trcas General, Insurance ee CHAPEL STREET NEW HAVEN, CONN. 'Phone 2055. Fire nnd Marine, Life, Liability, Surety Bonds, Credit, BONOS & STOCKS Unquestionab'e Security Netting from b to 6. FREDERICK C. HULL, INVESTMENT SECURITIES, 850 CHAPEL ST. Correspondent Bertron, Storrs & Griscom, New York. BANKERS. Pliila. The National Tradesmens Bank OF NEW HAVEN takes pleasure In offering to Its patrons the benefits and advant ages of Its reputation and experi ence. With ample capital and large resources It Is able to afford to Its customers every facility con sistent with good business. Individuals and corporations considering changing or enlarg ing their hanking connections, are cordially Invited to corres pond with the Bunk. BONDS AND STOCKS. Conn. Ry. & Light. 4Vj's of 1951. N. Y N. II. & H. R. R. Convertible 3'j's of 1050. New Mllford Tower first 5's, 1032. V. S. Steel S. F. 5's, 1963. Berkshire St. Railway 5's of 1922. 25 shares New Haven tias Light Co. 40 shares S. X. E. Telephone. 40 shares Conn. Ry. & Llsht. 4 stock KIMBERLY, ROOT & CO.. Tel. 11011. 133 Orange Street. BONDS Exchange Building Burglar and Tourists', Holler, Tornado, Auto (Liability or Fire). Princs & 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 Coltou bought and sold on commission. Pr'vate wires to New York, B-is ton, Clilcaito and Richmond, Va. C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven C ranch. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 STATE STREET. ESTABLISHED 1834. Capital. :.. $350,000 Surplus ...$350,000 This bankoffers 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 G. REDFIELD, Assistant Cashier. HiilAL Do You Know Hint Life Insurance Lifts Mortgages, Supports Orphans, Preserves Families. Lightens Care Sustains Widows, . Encourages Poor Men, Safeguards Homes, Cultivates Thrift, and gives Repose to the Rich .Man ? THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 0. H. PORTER, Mgr., . EXCHANGE RCIiJlING. BRANCH OFFICE Booty Mth &' Co., BANKERS A XI) llROKERS, 111 BROADWAY, NEW YORS. MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Uo-iglit and iolil on commission lot cafch or carried on nin. In; also Cotton, Gralu or Protiilonf. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. NEW H WEN BlttO, 21-31 CEHI:J if JOHN C. CLARK. Manager. Private Wires to New York & Chicago. nun if BANKING CONNECTIONS Do you rcnllxp the advantage '. of good hanking cminrclloni? Vp nrc nlvny glnd lo ho of service to our cuxtontor In many way besides being their deposi tary. Accounts, subject to your check, solicited. Cnpitnl $200,01)0.00 Surplus and I ndivid- edProHf.. 0.1,810.35 James H. Paris'! Co. succeeding NEWTON 4 PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in taim: Securitias 86 Orange Street. GEO. A. SAUNDERS, Local Representative of The Colonial Investment Co., 201-202 Malley Bld'g. Tel. 6749-S. New England Agent for Tha Dean Alvord Company, exclusive dealers la Long Island Real Estate. The Union Trust Co. NEW HAVEN. Chartered by the State of Connecticut wltn HUihorlty to ao.t as Executor, Ad mtnlstrator, Guardian, Receiver or i Trustee, under will or deed. Is legal depository of money paid In to Court, and Publlo Trust Funds, act! as Trustee (or Municipalities, Corpora Hons and Individuals, and administers Trusts of all kinds. Enlpowered to act as Registrar of Stocks, Bonds or othsr evidences of Indebtedness, manage sink-. Ins funds, and do all business such at is usually done by" Trust Companies. It also does a geueral banking' busi ness, collecting chocks, 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 Company. This Company Is' by law regularlT examined by the Bank Examiner of tha State of Connecticut. MENHV L. HOTCHRI99, Prmldent. EUGENE S. BRISTOL. Treasure MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY FURNISHES A CONVENIENT , AND SECURE PLACE FOB THE DEPOSIT OF YOUR SE CUHITIES AND VALUABLES. 72 CHURCHSTRMET. $50,000 TO LOAN On Real Estate in Sums , to Suit. Lomas & Nettleton tAftKERS AM 3 aaOK3.IS, '.37 ORANGE STREET 1'ilrute wires to New York una Haab.