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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908,
14 Tim iirrson who I ins a Savings Account nnd Is ronManllv milling email in.s to it, lias sonicthlMK to he Tlmnl.ful fur! This Bank Pays 4 Interest on Savings Accounts. Tills llnnk's ciminicrcliil (lepiit'liiirnl jui,s 'i'", Interest on niToiiiitx Mihjoct to chock. Mr, Itiislnc.ss .Maii,'liov much Is your account worth to yon? Conic in anil talk the subject over with us, Open Saturday Evenings. WALL STREET NOTES Large Outstanding Short Inter est Responsible for the Rapid Rise. VIOLENT PACE AT CLOSE l'urpofce of Southern Pacific Conver sion Xot Evident Steel's ' Recovery. Opening prices here were 3-8 above Monday's closing in St. Paul, Penn sylvania, and Missouri Pacific, 5-8 higher In AnialKnmated, 1 1-8 higher In New York Central. Read Ins and Union Pacific were up only 1-8 each at the opening. Northern Pacific 1-4. Southern Pacific' preferred and Steel opened 1-8 lower. It was about an hour after the opening that stocks began to rise rapidly, with Union Pacific and Southern Paclllc in the lead. In both of these stocks, trans actions were very large. The rise was everywhere ascribed to covering by a large outstanding short Interest of professional traders. It was not a new Inrush of the outside public. The day's first buying orders were from large operators who are often employed to hid prices up on the bears and bring about a stampede. These were mostly of the "$2 a hun dred" sort. The rather violent pace reached In the recovery during the closing hour naturally caused more or less recasting of calculations. The real question was admitted to he, whether this was merely the auto matic and temporary rebound which always follows a continuous break In which "short selling has been heavy." Immediately after the overwhelming decline of December1 7, 1904, there was such a market. The 2 1-2 point rise In St. Paul gave the shorts a scare, especially as It was accompanied by a scanty supply of stock from brokers who generally have It to lend. There has been a good deal of shifting back and forth In the stock for a week. Brooklyn It. T. Co MM Brooklyn t'nion f!as Co Prunswlrk Co 1fiU ("'a n a da Southern il.i Canadian Pacific ITCr's Central leather -KM do pfd nnvi Central of New Jersey 210 ChesH peaks A Ohio 4R Chicago & Alton 42V do pfd 67 Chicago & K. Illinois pfd.... 112 Chicago ft. fit. Western ... 12l4 do A, pfd... 3fi'i Chi., Mil. ft St. Paul H314 do pfd 1M Chicago ft Northwestern... Chi., R. I. ft Pae. Coll. 4 P.. Chi., St. P., M. ft Omaha.. Chicago Term. Trans do pfd Cleve., C, C. ft St. T, Colorado Fuel ft Iron 147 18 lid 3! Colorado Southern 4H74 Consolidated Oas 157 iPelawarn ft Hudson 174 Delaware lack, ft Western. 5fi2 Denver ft Rio Grande pfd.. 7RMi Distillers Sec. Co 35V, Erie 34'i do 1st. pfd 481; do 2nd. pfd 3!) General Electric U5 Great Northern pfd 13!", Hocking Valley 02 do pfd. 87 Illinois C'entrai 147 '4 Interborough 'Metropolitan.. 1 4 1 3 International Paper Co. ... 12' do pfd S7H Iowa Central 23 K. C, Ft. S. ft Memp. pfd.. B8 Kansas City Southern 30 do pfd. " 14 'i I.ouls. ft Nash 1104 Manhattan Elevated 142 Mexican Central 17M Mo., Kan. ft Texas So1 Missouri Pacific 62 National Plscult 90 National Tad Co St N. Y. Air Brake 04 'i N. Y. Cen, ft Hudson .... 117"4 N. Y., Chi. ft St. Louis .... SI N. Y. ft New Haven N. Y. Gnt. ft West 434 Norfolk ft Western S3s London's transactions were mixed, but the sales exceeded the purchases by about 10,000 shares. Announcement, almost nt the open ing of business of an application by Southern Pacific, to the Stock Ex change "to list 574,886.400 new com mon stock, to he Isued from time to time to retire the outstanding per ferred stock of the company," caused, first, a rush of traders to buy stocks on the theory that the long-predicted "llarriman deal" was coining. Hut, as the preferred stock Is convertible into j Third Avenue common at 1 1 and as the preferred closed at 171 7-8 Monday, the pur post of such conversion was not obvious. The g'dd export situation Is still in a tentative state. Exchange was strong, hut so was the Paris check rate. However, discounts In Europe were above the average here. The tendency of them abroad Is harder, while here It Is aslr. other things being equal, this will fairly lead to exports. The feeling was that if the Speyer Interests get the city bonds many of them will go abroad. This would offset some, recent sales of stocks. do pfd '84 North American ... 74'j Northern Pacific 142 Pacific Mall 31't Pennsylvania R. R 123N, People's Gas, Chi 10rt"4 Pressed Steel Car Mls do pfd !'7lt Pullman Palace Car Co. .. 172 Railway Steel Springs .... 43 Renrflng lM'i do 1st pfd 81, Rep. Iron ft. Steel Co. do pfd Rock I.'land Co do pfd Sloss Sheffield Southern Railway Co. do (pf Southern Pacific 110'-4 do pfd 122 St. Louis ft Southwestern 21 i do nfd. 33-s Texas ft Pacific Tol., St. Louis ft Western do pfd Twin Cltv Rap Transit Union Bag ft Paper Co. . Union Pacific do pfd U. S. Express Co U. S. Realty ft Imp. CO. . U. S. Rubber Co do 1st pfd 27'i R7 22 W SO :44 r.su r.4H 143 16'a 8 176 28'j 101 212 4S'i 42'i 7 'I 150 12'i 38 M0'4 362 174 74 153 1SH sou 47 1B74 17414 M2 76 35 34 H 4s"2 30 155 13?i !'4 P0 148 14 12 58 30 70 3f' 64 j 120 ! 141 1 174 354 63 01 84 04 117 52 ir.si; 43 83 !0 75 142 31 4 120 1111 30 03 175 48 133 SMi, 28 SS14 22 43 81 AKnti y, , u I,, !13 . 1 Are.xliini .'. ' n 1 . I i ; 1 j 1 1 1 . !-", . - I H;..ii ('"lis, . . IT Hi'i lfi 17 I Hiitix 1 via 1 inn . !' .'iPo 27 2-8 ( "ill. K A 1 lz I2i I in 1 ":i 1. - 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . . . liii.'i us;, I'no Cciil.-lillllil ... - 34 14 a .v..'. C.. ' Kfiime... M M' 81 82 Hilly W.'Kt 1 11 in (.. ' !! II Kr.nikliii I s 1 1 IT', IS 1 S 1 , (il l'. -lie ( '.111,1 IK II. II 1 1 ' . isle ito) iii 4 '4 Mass. 1 ',111s 7 7 Mohawk 70 7n 7n 71 I Xi'i 1 I 1 1 'mis. . . - - - 13 2d ; Niirt !i Unite . ., 87 '.4 86 K s 7 Vj. old dominion .. 5 57 "iM 5SI I 1 iHcenln -- " 1 124" I '11 l i nt 23 ;s 2S 23 yulney :nlij ifi imij i; Shannon Si.J 1T4 1 1, is Tamarack 84 82 83 S4 Trinity 1T 171;, $ I'. S. Mining 45 4S 14 45 46 'I", pl'd 4H-., 4H 40, 4n Ctiih I'mis 47ij in't, 47 47 Culled Copper , 14 1 3 1,3 1 4 141., Am. 'J'. A' T. .... I .!!i ' l.liij 132 I.T' Sivlfl ft Cu 1114 104 1(14 KiPi Culled Sine; , , , fin.!, 1,11 iin ill do. pfd 23 23 Culled Fruit. .,132 I M I U2 1321. New Haven ,,..158 1 r, S 1 4 158 " the Illinois Trust and Ravings bank, in i-igai-d to a plan in progress for the consolidation of all the street railroads of Chicago, both surface and elevated, together with 11 deal with an el a'tric company to furnish elec trical power for all the lines. The plan Involves a $246, 000, 000 corpora tion to lie organized for the purpose of tills consolidation, with J. P. Mor gan it ml Ills New York and Chicago business associates as controlling factor.:. FINANCIAL. 1 LOCAL STOflv HI OTATIOXS. Corrected dally by ltlml irl.v. Root ft Co., Investment Broheis, ;H3 Orangt) street. Txr. Idrl. Asked. City 100 138 t irsi. .National Km 176 Second National .... Ion 1!I4 Nallonal New Haven 1 10 132 Mechanics . CO 65 Merchants National . . 60 63 70 Nat. Ti'adesincns. . . . Kit) 181 New Haven Countv. 10 I614 Yale National inn 135 New Haven Trust .. . 100 125 l'eoplu s H n TiiiKl.. 1,111 11 11 ' MlJiee Ilnncous Stork. American ttrass American Hard' Edison Eire, Boston. In. Mlver, pfd New Haven (las. . . N. H. Has lilghls N .11. Water Peek, Stow & Wilcox, Security Insurance.. S. N. E. Ted Swift ft Co Cnlted Illuminating. Hiillroud Boston ft Albany. . . . Conn. It. ft 1,. pl'd. . . Conn. It. ft L Iiaiibui y & lioliiel. . . Ni w Load. Nin th H. & Conn. Wes' N. Y N. H. H.3H nnllrond Donllii. Bid. Asked St.Rj'.Bs.diie 1932 100 Par. Md. Asked . Km 1S 113 . KKI 115 120 , 1 "I 25U 252 . inn 58 fi 1 r . 25 -- 4.1"" 3" 1.25 50 M 08 . 23 46 47 (4 ' KHi 11S 120 . Kin 104 104 tj . Km K,3 167 Mlorka. . 1 00 222'4 75 80 63 71 . :r 16 . inn lSn . Km 4 0 . mn 159 Berkshire Bos. N. V. AlrLlne Is, 1306 Bridgeport Trae. Ps, 1323. Brlsiol 'J'ramway 4'4,13t5 Cons. R.v. & L. 4'is. stamp Cons. liv. 1354 Cons. Ky. 4s, 1155 Con.-. Ly. 4s, t!'56' Cons. hy. delis., 1930 D. & N. 4s. 1S05 Harlem ft P. C. 4s. 1311.. d'. i. 1054 Jlousatoiilc 4s, 1310 do. 4s. 137 Mer. Comp. 5s. 1323 Meriden SI. 5s, due 1P2I. .Naugatuck Is, 1354 .Northampton 6s, loaj.... ,N. H. Center !. 1333. . . . N.H.ftDerby t.sl r.s.duel 3 1 8 N. H. II 5s. 1312... New Hon. Slrert 5k, 1323.. N. H. Street ;,s, 1314 New Lon. St. 5a. 1323.... N.Y., N, H. eonv. :1',5s, 1356 N. V., N. II. H. fis, 194. do. 3',,.s, Hn4 N. V. ft N. K. 4s, 1345. . . I'rov. Security 4s, 1357.... Shore Line 4'is, 1310.... N. V. ft N. K. 4s. 1345 Wor. ft Ct. East, in, 1343 101 101 32 I"! 37 J 05 it8 in ni 31 U 31 92 10 56 93 98 113 '4 in 3 in 4 38 mmi li 5 106 K'l 103 I'll ',4 103 9S 13314 81 '.'? 81 '4 1004 97 101 105 39 131 86 t i " 1 U 86 10T flMCIAL INVESTMENTS. United Illuminating Co. Mechanics Bank. National Tradesmcns Bank. New Haven Water Co. Southern New England Tele phone Co. New Haven Gas Light Co. Massachusetts Lighting Com-panies. The W. T, Fields Co, 002 Chapel Street. 1 Tel. fwn. Southern New Telephone Co, England stock. International Silver Co. 67c debentures. Connecticut Railway & Lighting Co. stock. Consolidated Railway Co. 4s. Terminal Bonds as Investments. Terminal proper! leg In our larger 1 Itlcs are as Important and essen tial to the railroads as their eipi lpment. Terminal bonds, like eiiulp menls, are secured by properly necessary to tlio railroad companies, am? If such terminal properties are' purchased upon a rea-sonalilu nasi:" ihero can he no nuesiion ns to their security and safely, even should the guarantors of the terminal bonds he unable to meet their obligations. We give below a list of bonds which we originally purchased with others direct from the Issuing companies, and have made a careful ex amination nnrl Investigation of all the properties described, as well ns having the legality of each Issue passed upon by our attorneys, $100,000 Birmingham Terminal Co. First Mortgage 4 Gold Bonds Interest !lnch n ml September. Hue March lot, ID,7. Secured by a llrsl mortgage on the entire property of tills com pany Including its union passenger station building, tracks, etc, nnd In Brld il Ion are guaranteed both as to principal and interest by endorsement of the six railroads using this terminal, l-IIK II IllSVj AMI IVI'KHKftT, I RI.DIKft 4?F $100,000 Rock Island-Frisco Terminal Ry. Co. First 5 Gold Bonds Interest .Inpunrj nnd .Inly, Due Jiiniinry 1st, 1027. Secured hy a llrsl Hen on real estate situated on one of the main business thoroughfares In the city of St. Louis, and owned by this com pany. They are In addition guaranteed both as to principal and Inter est by the two railroads using the terminal. I'UHK IIIO WD IVTMIll'.ST, Yfttl.DINT; B, $100,000 Chattanooga Station Co. First Mortgage 4 Gold Bonds Interest liiniinr.v a nil July. One Janunrj- 1st, 1DA7. Secured by an absolute first mortgage on the union passenger sta tion and approaches owned by this company, situated at Chattanooga, Tenn.. and are guaranteed both as to principal and interest by the four railroads iislny this terminal. rmt i; ia ami ivi'krkst, rirci.imi; AiiotT Moe',. $100,000 Gulf Terminal Co. of Mobile First Mortgage 4 Gold Bonds Interest .Tiiniiniy nnd July. One Jiiniinry 1st, 111.?. Secured by a first mortgage of the union passenger station, ap proaches, etc.. at Mobile, Ala., owned by the above company and leased to Hie. Southern By. Co. and the Mobile ft Ohio R. R. Co., who guaran tee the prim I'.ial and Interest of these bonds. pit ni". 02 ami ivrrciiKST, Yirci.mxn 4.4(-r. $100,000 New Orleans Terminal Co. Two-Year 6 Gold Notes Interest April 11 ft October lllth. Hue April 10, IDOfl. Secured by denoslt with ihe Trustee of $1.0 )0,000 New Orleans Terminal Co. First Mortgage 4' ", Honds guaranteed Jointly and sever ally bv the I wo railroads using the terminal. rmt i: ioni ami in:ni;sT, vn i nivc 4Vtr;,. Our Special Circular Describing This ( lass of Security May Be Mad ( poll Application. F, S, BUTTERWORTH& CO. Potter, Choate & Prentice i:x ii ;i; rijk;., xkw II.WKX. coxx. HAXOVIOt raxk m,ih; XKW YORK CITY. FINANCIAL. "It is much better to leave your Family a Standard Life Insurance Policy in the EQUITABLE when you die than it is to leave them your High Regards or your Blessings." THE EQUITABLE LIFE SOCIETY Elgin, 6s. Aurora & Southern Norwich Co, 5s. Street Railway 32 3-1 04 '0 is:i- ss R1 SS'4 w V. fi. fiteel Co N'ofhlng but pun liases for the short account could well have caused the sharp recovery In Steel common. Lon don sold, and outside biiving could hardly have been large after the Car negie declaration, and In view of the facts that the ways and means com mittee of the house of representatives v.lll take up the steel and Iron sched ules to-day, nnd that a hot debate Is likely to occur all the week, as to how far the tariff on such products should be reduced. Efforts to find out exactly what happened at Mon day's conference of iron and steel men wore blocked by a prevalent policy of Hence, do pfd do p. F. R per cent. Vir. Car Chem. Co Wells-Fargo Kxpress Co. West. Vnlon Tel. Co West. Elect. Co Wheel. Lake Erie .... do Id pfd Wisconsin Central do pfd fllO ft!,?, 02 im2 13 3014 R2 110H i2L'n 21'b 24 e-Kt a:u so 05'4 o, 11' a, 01 R2 SO IOC'4 SB'i 112'i. 102'4 43 350 W.t 03 1H4 15 30 2 Mlserllanrotm niinfls. Hid. Adams Kxnress 4? 10H... 02 I Branford 1.. & W. 6s, 1537 102 I n. Mlver (is, 1 ;i.:.i '.in In. Silver ), l!"l lor,', X. H. c.as Con r.s . 12 n N. II. Water cen. lOia i.i l(i S. 11. Sewer 4s. 1!I4 X. H. CHv Uridine. 3 Kn.. 03 Xe l.on Sii 1111 'is, 1013-20 1M Nnr iehi hi- Xr Kl ee. Ss. 1 0 20 10314 S. X. I-:. "'! . r.'ts o$ fiwlft . ' f,s, 19H 05 t'nlt I--. 1540 SI Asked. 04 01 1"T ', 153 100H 95 K 1 1 iII (;0 RMIAVAY Ml Itt.r.R. K2in.000.non Deal Itiukcil by .!. I Morgiin I'mlcr Wiiy. Chicago, Nov. 24 There was a lorg conference yesterday at the of li e of ,lohn .1. Mitchell, president of FINANCIAL. nicw Tonit jmrK w auket, fternrtert over privnte wlrei of Frlnc A Whltely, members or the New York and Boston Sloek f.Tchangas. New Tork nftlce. B2 Brondway, and 15 Center stre"'. 'w riavsn New York, Nov. 24, IPOS, Open. nigh. Ix'W. Tist. S3 E, 1.4 S2 ybh 4H 4i.4 4n 4fii 40 41 '.j 41 41 f! 02- 133 That railroads are beginning to benefit by conjpnrlson with poor con ditions ii year ago was shown in the Wabash returns for the third week of .November. . The gross gain of $5,000 comes after a loss of Jl.OfiB.OOO incc July, and Is the. first gain In a year. Untiotlcer In the advance of stock, the price of copper was reduced 1-8 per cent, further yesterday, Amalga mated stock rose 3 points and Ana conda 2. Am. Copper . Am. C. & f'.. Am. Cot. Oil Am. Iieo, . . Am. K. ft. Am. Hutrar . . A. T. H. Fe... IK.-i, do. pl'd 0I'4 n. & o ioo' Krook. ft. T 53 it Clin. J'aeillc . . ..!".' '4 Cent, of N. .f. ... 2 1 1 ',4 Cent. Leather . . 2S Cbes. St Ohio. ... 4 Chi. Ol. W.. . . 12',4 C. M. & St. I'. . .141'rSt Chi. & X. W 173 C, C, & Hi. 1.. KIM Col. Fuel K Iron 37 4 Con. lias 1 r 4 Dei. ti Hudson. .173 Brie 33 do Isl pfd. . .. 47 rjen. F.iecti ic. . .u.r (. North., pfd .137 ci.ONi.vo ritices. Reported over private wires of Prlnco A Whltely, members nf Ihe New Tork and Boston Stock Exchanges, New S'oik 0111, u'd Lioudwa... aim 111 Center aireet. New Haven, (.'01111. New Haven, Nov. 21, 10OS. f Adams Kxpress Co 181 - I .Amalgamated Copper 8iVi gA Amr. Car Foundry Co 4C 4ti',i do pfd .107 no American Cotton Oil 4iVi 41 do pfd 02'4 05 American Express Co 2"5 210 Anier. Hide & leather pfd.. X 2!) American Ice .securities., .. 25 21 Ann flea ;i Linseed Co lli 14 do pfd 2d 30 AmsT. Locoinotlvft Co 6iv1t ;6 do pi'd 10S lOS'.i; Ainer. ,-tnielt, and Itclln in.cr. Ofe1.; Oil do pfd Ii'i'i iflfi Ainef .u.;ar Refining Co... tS4's 133 do nf l 131 i?,, American Woolen Co 20'4 30 Af-Pi.'onila Copper 11 in. Co.. 5Mi SI' Atchl., Tope. Santa Kc... 0?'., 'orC-4 do pfd OO'i I Atl'int!.' Coast Line 100'., Jin Baltimore $ Ohio Inl'li l'i7Tt, d' pl'd 9'i's 01. j Way gtato Oas Co lii 1 III. Central Inter.-Met do. pfd h. tt X M.. K. T. pfd Mo. Pacific X. Y. Central . . X. Y.. I I. W. . X. A V No. T'a el tie . , . Paclllc Mall . . . l-'enri. H. It People's (7,1 S . . Reading 13ll do, 1st pfrl. . . S7 4, Hep. I. Hteel do. pfd Rock Island . do. pfd So. Tacilh: So. P.i llway . . do. pfd Tex. At Pacific. Tip. Pacific ... do. pfd C. S. Rubber . . do, pfo I' S. Steel do. pfd t "to Ii ('upper . Wabash, pfd. . W. I , Tel ,113 '4 , V. 34 '4 .its', . fi s . M ,117 . 431,4 . s3 .14! . 31 .1211 , 01". . Mi '4 . 21 .111 1 j . 21 . e?4 , 3 1 U .170 ' V- ili'ifi'4 . ,"i4 . 1 1 2 '4 . 47 '-j . St. . 6fi 4 (, '.4 I 1 F.nl5 9(5 !7 00 Vj 107', n I Vj 17(1 211V. 28 Vj 48 12' 1 PC4 174 (lf,i,, 3!( K.7 'a 174 Vs 34', 4(C4 lilll 13!l 147lj 1 4 (., 31! 12" UK -I, S3 117' 4 3 s:: 1 4 2 5, 31 Vi 1211 00' 130, S7"2 27 ,VS 22 tin, 1 1 n Vp ;, 32 l3, fu; 14 3i'. 10fi ;.ch 112', 30 Oti ' i 02 N 133 nr, 00 14 ll'6'.4 f,3V2 I7BV4 211Vs 2K 4 7 'i, I 1 14 1 173 "n 47 if,:, 137 nr. ' 13 31i4 11 in RS 2 ii I '., I I fi ' 43', :: 14i( 31 I 20 !(! ' j' 13.(, 8 7'.2 2 7:' Sfi V4 4S I1(' 23', 7 Vfe 3 Hi 170 'j PS IIS I'll'l '.2 r.4" 112 4 7 '.4. 3," sr, or.'.K 134', 07 '.4 00 '4 107 54'... 1 7 IP"!., 211 '.. 28 i 4; 12', UO'i 173'. (If, 1, 3!l 1 37 174 34 S, 4K1, K-.",'4 130', 117', 1 4 '4 W, 120 !!(' FREDERICK C. HULL, 1 X V 1 TM 1 :. T 81 X I II I T I lis, 850 CHAPEL ST. Correspondent Bcrtron, Storrs & Griscom, New York. .xm:hs. The National Tradesmens OF Bank XIAV HAVKN 117S 4 3 'j S3 M2 3 I I2!l 1 Oii' ISO'j, 87 lA 27 88 22 4!", 1 1 0 6M-4 32 l3Vi on n;, rm ' '4 112 4 '4 3014 sn takes plcaf-urc In ofTcrlng to Us patrons die hcncllls and idvant iich ol' Its reputation mill cxperl encc. Willi amp:e cnpltnl 11 ml large rcMiiirccs It Is ulile to afford to Its customers every facility con hlstciil with good busliicKK. Individuals nnd corporallonii considering cliungiiiK or cnlnrg lilt; their hanking oiino dom, arc cordially invited to corrc. pond will: the liunk. THE Investment Brokers, 103 ORANGE STREET, XFAV HAVEX, ()XX. NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT COMPANY RIGHTS BOUGHT and SOLD i Chas.W. Scran'onCo. J F. S. Butterworth & Company, Telephone 3IOO-3IOI. Exchange Building i 1 i " j; C. H. PORTER, Mgr. Exchange Building. New Haven, Ct BRANCH OmCH Boody, Mdellan & Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 111 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Bought mid told on commission lot cash or carried on niacin; alio Cotton, Grain or Provision. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPF.CIAIOT. NEWHVEH mm, 23-31 CEMTtfl 51 JOn C. CLARK. Manager. Prliate Wlrci to New York & Chicago. 1 Bonds and Stocks, f ( Itv of New llaen 4 of 192S. Conn. Itv. A MrIii. 4 i ' of 10151. X, V.. X. II. H. R. R. . 1918. Xrw .Mllford Power flrM fin, 19.12. I'. S. Hti--l S. 1". 1903. 511 shares Xrw Harm (ia Light Co, to Kluire S. X. 1'.. Telephone, slmn-n X. Y., X. II. II. R. R. BONO S & STOCKS I Til- 110V. m Oranjre Street. I'rlmtf ntre 1u Bfw Vorh nml nnntim. Unquestionable Security James H. Parish & Co. Netting from 57 to 6. uccdlng NLWTOM & PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in Invastiiu'it Security; 80 Orange Street. We offer, subject to sale, ion nhnren Xcw Haven Water Co. stork. inn shsres New Haven Mas T.lffht Co. stock. inn shares Southern New Rnplnnd Telephone Co. inn shares West Shore Railway Co. (Guaranteed l. inn shares Conn. Ry. Light, Co. common ((iiinranleeil I. 20n shares Sharon Railway Co. (Guaranteed). in.OOn P.ridReport Gas I.lprht Co. 1st Mortpraste 4 honrls. in.fifin Worcester Conn. Knst. R.R. Co. 1st Mtfr. 4i honds. lO.Onn Cnlted Ilnmi'natlnK Co. 4 honds. Xew Haven (ias Llcht Co. Hllits Imnuhl nnd sold. H. C. WARREN & CO., RAXKK.KS, I OH OrHiie Slreel, NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 817 STATE STRLET. ESTABLISHED 1834. GEO. A. SAUNDERS, Local Representative of The Colonial Investment Co,, 201-202 Mnllcv Hld'g. Tel. 5719-3. New England Agent for Tha Dean AJvord Company, exclusive dealers lr Long Island Kcbi Estate. IIOSTOX STOCK MAItlitfT. 'teported ovr private wires of Horn blower & Weeks, members of t!m New York and Boston Stock K chnngf Frank D, Werniore. innn.i- Boston, Nov. 24. IDAS. Hli?h. Low, HI. I. Ak. Alvonture Sit 8H s j t C. C. CARROLL STOCK BROKER, Roon.s 'i'i-'li Hiiblngcr Huildlng, 840 Chapel St. Tel. 6069. Correspondent ol W. B. SMITH & CO. 1N78 11108 Menihera of too Consolidated Stock Exchange, of New lurk, and Chicago Board of Tra-flV Capital $350,000 Surplus. .$350,000 This bank ofler3 to deposi tors every facility for business, and invites the accounts of cor portions, firms and individu- ll3. EZEKIEL 0. STODDARD, rresldent. HORATIO Q. REDFIELD, Cashier. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, Assistant Cashier, INVESTMENTS. T'nlted Illuminating Company 47k honds. New Haven lierhy Hnllroad Company R"o honds. Coiinecth'iit Kalhvny ft Lighting Company -Mile bonds, (.roton A Stonlngton Street Itnllwiiy Company R""r bonds, Southern Xew Fngliind Telephone Comliiin stoi-k. Xl;U IIWKN (iS LKJIIT ). RKJHTS ItOHiHT ANT) SOLD. CLARENCE E. THOMPSON & SONS. 810 Chapel Street. Telephone 2053. REASONS WHY you should select this Institution for your hnnklng are' The con fidence shown In Its strength by lis large nnd Increasing Irust business: Its enviable record for promptness and cfflelcncy; Its conservative, courteous and In telligent mnhngement. Cnpltnl I Surplus nnd Profits, . snn.nnn.nn 08.81)1.2.1 4.0 eawmst HORNBLOWER & WEEKS MFMRKHS OF NEW YORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. New Haven Office, 27 Center Street. H. M. Palmer, Manager. BOSTOX. XMV YORK. CTITCAfJO, DITUOIT. BOSTON. NEW YORK. HAYDEN, STONE & CO, t ANKERS AND BROKERS, INVESTMENTS. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 33 CENTER STREET. E. P. EAMES MG V James C. Kerrigan. Rooms 11-12, 102 Orange Street, INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. Prince & Whitely STOCK AND BONJ BROKERS. 62 Broadway, New York. 15 Center Street, New Haven, Members New York and Bostoi Stock Exchanges. STOCKS, liOXDS and ull classes of InveNtnicnt Socurltlc; aim Grain, rrovisioiui ana iouoii uoukik aud Mild un commission. Private wires to new Tork, Burton, Chicago and Richmond. Va. C. B. B0LMER, . Manager New Uaveo liranck. The Union Trust Co. SEW HAVEN. Chartered by the State of Connecticut wlln authority to act an Executor, Ad :nlnlRtrator, Guardian, Receiver of 'I'rmUr.e, under will or deed. la legal aupouiory of money I aid In to Court, and Public Trust Kunns, acts as Trustee for Municipalities, Corpora Hour, and Individuals, "id administers. Trusts of nil kinds. If.h powered to act as Registrar of btocki, Honds of other ' cvliluncas of Indebtedness, manage sink" lug funds, and do all business such as Is usually done by Trust Companies. H also does a general banklnw busU ncs. collecting checks, notes, coupons, and receives deposits. The principal of each trust Is Invested by Itself and kept separate and apart from ths gen eral assets of the Company. Tills Company Is by law rnMiarlr examined by the Bank Examiner of tn Htate of Connecticut. HKXRY I.. HOT( HKISS, President. RIKiRNIC . BHISTOt,. TTnrT, If you desire to dlsposi- of small lots of Southern XeW Kitgtnnd Telephone, Xew Haven Gus. New Haven Water, Connecticut Kail way and Lighting com. moil stock, or any local stocks or honds, I cun obtain the highest price for the on me. F. C Bnshnell, rrest,; K. S. Woodruff, X. W. Kendall, n. E. Bronson, Treaa L71'l 1 t v.. " 1 RUSSELL SAGE AN1 THK WIRELESS TELEFGAPII. niii-sell S;ikc .Inst prior In his death, renin i-kcd: "The time Is near when tlm vlii..s teleKi-aph will supplant every tehT!i'h eshle In existence," "I'tiltcd" wireless slnek is a"ln mi. F'reseiil price may be dmililed any day wllliiMit notice. 11 K. II. ( A II 1'fCNTKH, Mannger, Ituoin 8011, Wi t Impel htrcet. I 1 IIIU COMPANY Mil GeNekal IjTsurace aee chapel street NEW HAVE N, CONN. Telephone 2955, Why go elsewhere when you can get the best service and best companies at the foregoing address ? MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY KLRXISUES A CONVENIENT AXD SECURE PLACE FOR THE DEPOSIT OP YOUR 8E. CUR1T1ES AXD VALUABI1E8, 72 CHURCH STREET. New Haven First Mortise Real Estate Low For Sala (ir' ii . l.ina h'r 2nri.--n' 350 51111O r' 1600 2T.ii) fi'.; 5 ft) ijt'r ooc r,',r sstin fi', ; SSfiO fie'r Tull pnrlli'iilnrs furnished t son. 22M). 3 3 ft. 1. SOft. "ftft. 20iii'l. 1 son. soft. 2 50. '1 401111- I TOO ii rraardlna any ! on application. Miss Cluivlette YmiKe hulll n s.'li.ml j r.f her hni.Us, "The Iml'V Chnlu," suf nt felt, near Winchester iKn(?,i. nut tleed tn round and "niiliilly endow St. of the prneeods of "The Heir of Reil- rtarnahas enlie... nrflnk Island, for clyrfe;" whllu thu profits from atiuthcr I thu Meluneaian nilHslon. Lom-s &, Nettleton I BANKERS and BROKERS I 137 Orange Strsot.