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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908.
13 ft Truths Tersely Told. The PIANOS we offer to the New Haven public The PRICES we ask for The TERMS of payment Combine to make it your self-interest to patronize us. It is a pleasure to us I toexamine our Pianos. - I! The ML Sonnenberg Piano Co. : : Telephone 878-2. 801 Chapel Street. 4 TWO DAYS ONLY-CLEARANCE SALE TO-MOHHOVV AND Till 110 iV. After the Christinas rush we find a munlwr of remnants and some (lightly soiled and mussed pieces ot While Good nnd Wnih Ooods, In cluding Percales, Flannelette. Lawn (White nnd Colored I, UliiRViam una in-ess natine. All of tins mi. at We must 'lose them out to floods, i TWKXTY-RKVF.NTH V I Alt. BLACK LYNX BLACK FOX PERSIAN LAMB MINK GREY SQUIRREL JOHN WOLF Your Inspection Respectfully Solicited. 739 CHAPEL ST. Ovsr Hull's Druq Storo. .(. Holiday Holiday flowers find our i Gilts. ers choice windows . Tel, 5893. They are MORSE FLORAL COMFY. I JEWELERS. Splendid Holiday Stock, We ii ro showing u lump nssorlment of Pltiinond Walrliea, Ulnpi, Cut ;lnss. T'ountiitn IViw, StcrlltiR SII- rr, rocket hook, all of wlilch iiro J able) for X inn n filfta. I-rt us w tlioin t(i yon uhonior iiiiTlm. or nol. CHURCH V! WE OFFER choice assortment of UROOCirFS, I'KXDAVTS, WATCH FS, KOSK II AT P1XS. TBS CHAPKL 8triT. NEW HAVBN. Oft IHoliday Gifts In Gold and Silver of Elaborate and Simple Design. We have articles to suit all eds, be they great or small, d the designs of the simplest e as artistic as those of the ore intricate patterns. Our trons expect the BEST, and e have met your expectations. iold Beads $7.00 to $33.00 Fancy Necklaces with Pearls, apphires, Peridots, Aquama- Kes, Topaz and Amethysts. Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel St. ii them - we offer- to entertain all who call ,n HjU.F I'll ii k. make room for our Spring 1009 150 ORANGE ST. Ppi. Women' F.xchnna). Three pellverlcs Pally. KSTAHi.isHKi) 1HS2, And all other kinds of Muffs and Scarfs in stock. Selected stock of Skins to manufacture garments to your order. ..,;. 444r week 13 always a week of J and decorations. You will stock complete and our flow. and fresh. Watch our for occasional specials. great bargains. Upp 1st Nat. Bank j sci uti uk ion m:v murmiy. MjicMonnlc, lliinuinl, Kju ili tt n nil lftHT to Cool riliiilc. i Nw York, Pep. 30. Several well I known artists have been rommlsHlonrd i to execute the ctatiuiry work of the j New York public library, provided for under tho contract for the approach.'. Two Htatuew for the iiI.'Ikn nt the h'.id f the fountain nt either side of the main entrance will he dune ,v Freder ick MncMonnlea, ,ix atntu.. n n,0 n. tic over the main entrance hy I'nul W. Hnrtlett; two pi illineiita over Hie south and north pavilion of tbr. Kifth avenue facade by (icorce flray Unr nnrd, and two lions dunking the. ctepH of the npproach on Fifth avenue bv Edward I'otter. OPPOSF STXDII M p,, New York, IVe. lit). Park Commis sioner Smith declared -iila .li.ipprovnl to-day of the pbm to erect a stadium In Central Park for athletic Rames. "Such a tbltiR a lui.s been pro posed," he snld, "would ruin the pnik. To orowrl RO.OOn people In one place would do more daimiK thnn to scat ter 100.000 through It. shall bo strongly opposed to any such under taking." OVKTICOMF IV TVHKISII BVH1. New York, Pec. .'in Three men were, overcome by conl aa In a Tur kish, bath nt 'JO iiivhard street this morning. Luckily they were aroused In time, and after an ambulance sur geon bad been railed they were able to go to their homes. R. N. JOHNQUEST, B2R Clinprl Street, Xrw Haven, REFRACTING OPTICIAN. Thr only ryes yon will over liiiyp are Dip ones you hnve now, He kind to tlicm. Horses Boarded for the Winter. AM. BOX STALLS. F. M. FOWLER. MflO WHALLFY AVKNVK. Tfnve You Trlefl KOLESAVER It Ciitx Ytiiir Conl Cnnsmnpllnn Onr-Tlili'd to Onc-llalf. Xo Cllnkrrs, No Smoke, No Conl ins. A 10-cent Trial Package I'roves It. HOLES A VER 87 OIlAXfU''. KTRKF.T, New Haven, Conn. ASK YOTJR GROCKH J'OR y EAST HAVEN MUh (iornl'lliiH FtrtrlKT of North KMfin lord In a guest "f Mrs. S. T. MllKk.dl, The Chrlstinns exercises nnd tree f up, the, Sunday elinn uf the Congrega tional church were held In Dint e.llllee Ti.dny evening, The church was 1111 ''fl to Hh full capacity, the center he l"g occupied hy llm members of the Sunday school, ( i seals under the gallery nnd Hie gallery being lllh'd with ndults. The decoration consisted of roping ,f green hung from the oon tef In the four corners nnd festooned back of the pulpit, while In the plat form stood I he Christ ma tree wll.li It decorations nnd n Mm place. The exnr clso opened with n organ prelud by lArvIno Hull, former oignnlst of the church; was followed with pray er by Hie pastor, Key. P, ,1. Clnrk; next on the program was singing by the Infnnt olnss, Mr. F.llen lieinlng presiding nt the organ. The cantata whlrh hud ,een prepared followed nnd wiik entitled "Santa. Clans and Knther Time." Suntn dims wa represented hy S. E. Tlhlle, nRslstont superintendent of Hie Sunday school nnd Father Tim hy I,eopod Wilder. The story of Christ' birth, III" life ,ind wlmt His pinning meant to the world wan told In recitation hy ft representative of the school; the nn wem sung hy Mies Nancy Cnodyor and IT. H. Bradley; tho duet hy'MlesfR Nuncy Oondyer and Huth llnlbrnok, while a chorus asslst ed with other hymns appropriate for the exorcise. The exchange of gift fol lower! and the evening waa thorotiRhly enjoyed hy both old and young. Mis Bessie Munro of Brldseport Is a guest of Miss Mabel Chblsey for the week. Mr. and Mr. John Crltu'li of pey. mour w'n guestii of her mother, Mrs. Ilotchklss of Thompson avenue over Christmas. The n,w telephone number of .T ,R Kennedy, Is 2 21. H'.rnr I.jman of Talcm I viile whose death vas announced In Th" .tmirnnl Courier Tuesday morning hy being trampled upon by n bull was n relative of Mrs. pr. llolbro k. who went up yesterday to he present nt the funernl. The tnwii ball was the scene of a merry crowd of young people Monday evening, It lielng the Christinas festiv ity of the T.niti qr Polks Radium rluh. About jo were present. The hall hud been decorated with mistletoe, red and Rreen strenni'M and was very pretty, Everett I'.alloM as planl.t furnished music f,ir daic liig. Imrlng the Inter mission the gifts fr. tn the large Dirlst mns tree were distributed anil much fun created n. something funny was prepared for each one, A buffet lunch was served. The idea which waa a new one was most p'easlng nnd thor oughly enjoyed I.) the members, Those fr-rn nut of town were Miss Tlessle Munroe and Mfsa Oraldlne Pnrher, The rain of last night will spoil the skating unless It happens to freeze, and the school children who have iioen having a fine time .luring vacation will wear long faces for the remainder of the week, P.!r.f pond seems to be the principal skatln pond and cpilt" a few of the New Haven young people are to be fei i) tb. re. Regular Friday 'vrrltis prayer meet ing will be held In the charlel at 7:4!i o'clock. Topic. "What has the old year done f,- us." V WMTI.IP WILL SHIP I P. To Sneered Stlllniaii nt President of the Cllv Rank. New York, per. SO. H was reported in Wall street to day, on what was taken as the best authority, that Krank A. Vanderllp would be elected to the ,r,.deno of the National rip hank on January I'.', sue . cdlng Jnnvs St illninn. 'Mr. Vnnderllp I now vice-president of the hank, which Is the lar;rs! ndiulat-y lllf lillllion In the Chlteil Stntfs, l(e has been til" oli.r.lt ill!; h.-a.l for many months, as Mr. St ill -man virtually retired from active bus iness more thnn a year ago. Mr. Stlllmnn will be Hooted Hinlrman of the hoard of director, when the ohaiiue takes place, WALL STREET NOTES (Continued from Twelfth Pag. ( (lo "prd 74" .Missouri pneillo 00 National rilscitlt 9'. 90'i Nalloiial Lend Co 77'i 77 N. V. Air drake 91 93 N Y. fen. H llu.Von 1.1 123 x. y., 1 'id. & si. i.oiii .. ' r.o N. Y. New lliuen 100 10 N Y. (int. Wed Co, 10 Norfolk f, Wei't-rn 8.'ii do pfd 8.'. 88 North American 74 74 Northern PaclHc H;' H? I'noinc Mall 31 PeiiH.vlvanln It. R 131 C!l I'eoplo'a 1 ;,,s, Chi., inc., in;, Pressed Steel Cnr C! 43 do pfd 101 HI3 rnllmmi Palace far Co. .. 108 171 Rfilhvnv Steel Springs 4S .)si., Reading Hl 111 do 1st pfd 9? !C Rep. iron AV Steel Co :;iiij do pf,. 80 SOii, Rock Island Co ?4 21 do pfd Bfl Hj 01 Sloss Sheflleld 77 77 Southern Hallway I'n 20 ?r, do pfd 01 02 Southern Pnclflr 121 l?n., do pfd 124 I?:, SI. l,ouls X- Soulh'.vest 2-1 '',!';, do pfd 64 f.4 Tlii-d Avenue S 38 Texas d Puelno 3r, 30 Tol , p. i.nuln West. ... 40 4 do pfd 70 71 Twin city nap Tranalt .... 90 97 I'nlon Mar; Pa:. or 1 'o (1 9 do pi',1 00 fifl I'nlon I'aoinc 182 183 do pfd. or. nr-1 i". a. T'i.'tptess cn so no V. ft. Tiealty ft Imp. Co, .. 01 02 C. S, Ruhber Co 34-14 36 do 1st pfd. 100 (10 C, S. Steel Co 51 ,M do pfd 113 113 do s. I'', r, per cent 103 103 V If. 1 'ir, client. Co. 41 4'. Wnbnsh 19 19 do pfd 49 l0 U'ellH-Flll'gi) Kxpl'i'SH Co. West. I'nlon Tel. Co, ,,. West. Bloct. Co Wheel. & Lake Krln do I!d pl'd Iconsln Central 2WI IIK'i fin 12 '4 R'N i ;;'! ir, d ptd 71 7 1 li nw iv tntiH ToriT maiikiot. Reported over privata wlr of Prlno. Whltely, meiuhen or the Maw York and Hoaton Stock Gixchaug, Now Voilt otlUo, d!l Hioadwity, ami 16 (.'enter Hire" imvun New Olk. Pee, SH, IPOS. "pen. High. Now. Close, Am. Copper . A Hi. C. - K. . Am. t nt. (ill . Ml i 4 4llt 43 i'H Am. I'O.'O M hi. J7i 67 do. prd 112 112 1)2 112 Am. Hmeltlnir .. f: ss'i SI1. 82 Am. StiKHr 1S1 182 131 IS I Am, Woolen ... ;) j an A T. A H. Ke., lnn, 10(1', Ion no do. pfd. 'X-d.."l n 104 lOOV, H. uo in iim, )im4 Hronk. R T (17 W Ht 7, can. Paclrtn ....7'. 1771,1 I7i4 j 7 i4 Cenl. Leather .. 82V, Jju 3U gHj. lo. pfd IOUj 1l!i H 'l to Ches. A Ohio. Chi. IU, W.. c,, M. A St. P. Cht, ft . W.. . . C, C. tb PI. 1. Col, V. I..., Con. (!iia Pel, A Hudson P L. Y.. . . I'.l'le 57 to f.7-V Mi ',4 f.K 4,' l!',k U" lCsj 1 60 4 160'.. 149 to IfeH, i8to )M4 i3to i3to sit 14 ;n't e on 99 40 to 119 to 3H 134 168 102' 10 1t0lt I'M 1 SO i4 669 669 669 f.69 84 34 Slto 84 to 61. U 61 60 'j KOi.l do. 1st pfd.. i.!en. i;le,ir,i ..l6!Ct 169V 15"t 157, Ut. North., pfd.,14ii"t 147H 14J W 111. 1 en 1 mi ,...HU n('t, I1tl"4 Ml Intsr-Met i$v, INto I7to 17 do. pfd 4',t, 40 4&to 4' . Ik N 124 124', I23i4 121 i,t M.. 1. T., pfd. 7.U4 73to 73 73 Mo. Pacific (10 H6, tifi-V N. y. Central. ..122 1234 12Jto 1 83 H N. 1'., . & W... 40 4(l 4 46 N. W S6 85 66to H6to No. Taenia H2 143 14J 142 Pacllle Mall ... 80 86 88 4 30 I'enn. H. H 131U 13J 131 131 People's flaa ...104to 106 104 104 Heading 141 142 140 4 do. pfd (2 P2 92 !2 licp. I. & S 26 2(1 26 20 do. pfd 87 87 8 m lioek Island .... 24 24 24 21 do. pfd 80 i .) rt S,.. l'aclflo 1 SI 122 12's 121 So. Uullw.iv .... 2H 20 26 do. ptd US H3 6! 82 I'. xan I'aelfie, J7 gfi a I 11. Paetfle 13 1S4 12 13 do. pfd 96 96 96 96 V I '. S Rubber .. . 35 85 86 36 I'. S. Sieel M 66 64 64 do rf'l 11? 113 112 118 t'inll Cot'per ... 47 47to 48 47 W.ihnsh 49 60 49 60 V. P. T.'l (8 89 ! 08 "4 . ,v- I.. Krie. , . 12 12 12 12 ll(HI) 1TO"K M AltKITT. (ported over urlvat wtrea of Horn blower & Weeks, monibera of tin New Vork and linston Stock V. clicnges. Roston, Pec. 30. 1908. High. liw. Hid. Ask. Adventure 0 9 9 9 Allooer. .'10 87 Arcadian 3 3- Atlanilc 17 17 It.irftnn Cons. ... 1 7 10 10 17 Kutte colntlon. . 27 27 28 27 Cnl. d Arir. IIS IIS 118 118 1 'ill. lleela 07O 07.. Centennial 83 3;! Copper Range ., M 81 8t H Palv West 10 p. 10 10 Krnnkllii 11 17 liianl.y 108 107 (ireene Cananea. 12 1 2 i Isle r.oyal 2b 24 21 26 Miim. i'oiis 0 0 8 Mohawk 70 R! (.9 71 North Unite 6!i 4 Osceola 185 134 Parrot 29 29 Qulncy 96 98 S.iannon 17 IT'i '"to Tnuiaiiick 82 81 81 S Ti'lnliv 17 K. I'. S Mining 44 44', tb,. pfd 47 40 I tali Con 40 40 40 40 fulled Copper . 13 13 14 14 Am. Tel. A Tel. 129 1 28 Mass Cos r7 67 Swift 'o Ki 1ul 101 mm Cm .-,1 Shoe ... 50 00 00 80 do. t.r 1 2.1 29 29 29 C lilted 1'inlt ...I3i'i 1;pi 130 131 New I la veil 101 U KPI14 T.1R (0TT(S MltKET. Reported over private wire of llavdan. Stnnn & Co., nienibers of New York ami Iloslon Stock nnd New York Cot ton Kxehcnitcs New Haven branch, 82 Center street. . New York, Pee 30, 1!int. llliib. Row. Past. .Inmi.irt M.ireh , Mav . . 648 872 SS0 Jjn 8X3 S3 RUT SVi RS ss soi so:. October I.OCAI. STOCK QVOTUIO. Corrected dally bv Klmbirly, Root A Co. Investment HruUt'ii, ;3 street. Orango Par. City 100 Kii'Vt N.iHoiiiil pin Se.-enil NaHolial .... jon ,',.:iom.l New Haven I 10 .Mer. l. in' National . . 60 PH. 110 176 190 193 07 03 183 10 Asked Mechanles Nat. Tradesmen... New Haven County 00 ion 60 18 10 Vale .National New Haven Trust . .'.,, pt-s l( X, Trust fnlon Trust ( .... inn 130 100 125 100 l(i . 100 170 Mlsrrllnnrou "Itncks Par. Phi. Akil American lir.iss . .. I11O 1"8 11.1 Anierlcnn Hardware. ) i'0 112 - C.lliei land 'I'elep ne 100 126 127 t'Mison Kloe.. Itosion. 100 24'i 243 Kdlsoil I'llec, Hlghts. - - 1.65 1.70 In. Silver, pfd ton 02 85 N II. ('is l.lghl..,. 26 41 42 N. II. Water 611 92 N. V. A N. J. Tel... inn 113 11 f N.Y.A N .l.'l el.l:i.,t, . . 2 J IVck. Slow Wilcox. 26 44 48 Seiutrltv Insurance.. 26 16 f.O S. N K. Tel I HI 118 120 Swift Co jno 1 .1 1 103 l ulled Illuminating.. 10 1 167 do. Klgbts - . 10 13 ltilllroi.ll StneUs. Huston A A many Conn. I!. A L. prd... Conn. II. A I - Paiihury A Hetiu . , New I .olid. North .... 1 hi 'i.nn. West .... N. V N. II. A II H II. tun 221 8 1 71 ft 178 in 169 220 83 73 26 Ml inn lao 100 llaliriinil lienlTa, Bid. Asked Hoikshlre St.lty.6.diie 1932 100 Hob. N. Y. Air Pine 4, 1956 98 101 IP ihe.nt t Trac, On, 1923. I u5 Brlslol Tramway 4 s,l946 98 Cons. II. A L. 1s, stamp 1 00 Ml Cons. Hy- 1964 91 92 Cons, Ry. 4s. 1960 93 Cons. H.v. d.'bs., IH36 - - So P. A N 4s, 1966 96 Harlem & P. C. 4s. 1911.. 98 to do. 4s, 1967 99 101 lloiKntoule 4s, 1010 98 do. 4. 1937 Uf, Mer. Con.p. 6s, 11)23 108 Merlden PI- 6s, dun 1924 1 0 4 . Nan!iliielt 4s, Hint 98 . Norllinnipton 0s, 1909.,., 100 N. II. Center 6s, 1933,.., 1 0(1 NIIAl'erhy 1st 6S,dnel9i8 IO0V4 N, II. A W. H. 6. 1912 0 N II. Street 6s, 1914 101 New Roil. SI. 6s, 1973. . . 1 0 1 N V N. II. conv 3s, I960 9.1 '19 N, v.. N. H. A II. lis, 1918 134 135 do 3. 1964 S6 S0 N. V. A " I'!. 4. 1945. . 99 Ml Nor'cli SI. Hv 6. 1923 - M4 ... Prov. Srein P v Is, 1957. . . 84 80 Shore. Pine 4s, 1H10.,.. 100 N. V. A N. IS. 5s, 1946 1 1 2 Vor. A C't. Kaal. 4s, 1943 101 102 Miscellaneous Hone's. Xtil 91 1 .16 93 108 121 160 AskeJ. Adam Kipree 4. 1 498. ., Pranford R W, 6s, 19,17 In. Sliver 0s, 19.13 In. Sliver Os, 11MS N. II 'in Con. 6s, 1918. K, p. Water con. 1910-16 N. H. Sewer 4s. .'914 N II Cll v Rl'blure. 3 U.S.. 91 96 0 93 Newl.on.Slenm 0. 1913-20 1.11 NorwIcliMiis A Klee.6,l92!) 114 S. N. 10. Tel., 1948 106 Swift & Co. 6s, 1911 9(1 Unit. HI.. 4. 1910 91 Ex-(Rvldcnd. 100 95 STOCK MAUKKT RI'VYIKW, Traders Appnroiitlv Awaiting Turn of rue Market SRirkIkIi, New York, Pec. 30, Speculative In lerest In pie stock market was some, what, languid and prices fluctuated but aliigglshly and Indecisively. The active trader aeamed Indisposed to entend thetr commitment on the near approach of the New Year' holiday and pt'oferrod to await, the turn of the .vein' and what It may bring M throw light on .the fiiturn of the mark et. None of the day'a several ronlra i movement was pursued far, nnd Hie current of the price foremen! often turned In Its course, The per ceptible decline of the forenoon wafl regarded as an effort to appraise the harm to value which has resnlled from the caliimltv In flulv. The sell lug represented the opinion of pro- j fesslonM traders rather than n forced consequence of th dlsiisler. Opinions vary n to how far Ihe Io.sh of property Involved may be rellecte.l In too movements of the securltbs markets. In the ruse of the cnornioua Iosm- by the Sun. Franolrco earth quake, whNh reached an rail mated aggregate of $600,000,000, illMtlngulnh ed economlsta are quite generally agreed that, an Important effect was produced In the bringing about of t'.ie subsequent exhaustion of capital anp plleg, which was a jirlma factor In precipitating the financial rrlsl of luat year In the, I'nlted State. The problem of the present disaster seemed too abstruse for the Imma dlato aolutlon of the board room trad er, nnd they abandoned It In the aub snyuent recovery In prices. There was little else of Immediate consequrn'e In the day's news. American Smelt ing made another dip In recognition of the formidable competition prom ised In the new corporation and Amalgamated Copper moved In com pany, the threatened competition he lug considered to represent a rivalry between Interest In these two corpo ration. The Novembor net earnings slHtement.s of the two Harrlman Paci fic railroad were received with mod erate atlsfnctlon, th advantage tn the comparison with last year being, In fact, decidedly less than In some of the preceding statements. Money and exchange rate showed no Important chnnge and the net ef fecet on price of stock of the day's various movement proved trivial. Ron. I were Irregular. Total aales pnr value. $0,430,000. I'nlted State bond were unchang ed on rail. ST. MUS SAX FRANCISCO RON!) ori'l'.RIN(;. Speyer Co. of New York, an nounce that having sold a Jlarge. amount of the $30,000,000 of the Pt. Louis and San Kranclsco Railroad Co.' general lien 1R-20 year five per rent, gold bonds, they offer the bal ance for public, aobscrlptlon nt 89 1-2 and accrued Interest to dote of deliv ery. The subscription list will be opened on January 5 and will be clos ed at 3 p. in. or earlier on the same day. The Interest I payable semi annually M.iy and November 1. The total Issue of these bonds Is limited to $109,850,400, and they are to be Issued chiefly for refunding purpose. Pnr example, of the amount now Is sued, $10,000,000 Is to reimburse the company for expenditure on capital account. Including the payment of floating debt; $t5,530.000 for refund ing a like amount of Pt. IOiil. Mem. phls and Southeastern Railroad five year 4 1-2 tier cent, bonds, maturing June 1 next, and the bankers are pre pared to accept these bonds at par and accrued Interest In payment for the bonds now offered. Of the re mainder $3,470,000 will be used for refunding n like amount of St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad two and one-half year 5 per cent, gold notes and ll.noo.OOO to aid In refunding the obligation of the company under the terms of the mortgage. The bond are n direct obligation of the com pany covering nil of Its property as described In the mortgage- nnd any property hereafter acquired with the proceed of the bonds. (In or before June 1 next, through the redemption of the Pt. Louis, Memphis nnd South eastern bonds, the present Issue be comes a, first mortgage on 066 miles of fond, subject only to $489,1 25 of bonds for redemption of n hlch gener al lien bonds are reserved. Through the refunding operation, the mortgage will on or before October 1, 1913, hernme practically a first lien on LB20 mile of road. The bonds have the further security of the stock and lease hold Interests of the Pt, Louis and San Francisco company In Kansas City, Fort Scott nnd Memphis Railway and the Kansas city Railway and Illrmlng ham Railroad companies, whose mlle ngc arrregates 1.199 mile, making the total mileage that will eventually come under the mortgage 5,330 miles. Speyer fo, have Issued a circular covering all the detail and a hand some mortgage map, showing the lines of (lie road subject to the general lien 1.1-20 year mortgage of 1 927. Subscriptions for the bonds will he received slm ulta neously In London and In Amsterdam, and also by the Mercantile Trust Co. and Frnncls Pro. A Co., Pt, Louis; Henry West and Newbiirger. Henderson A Lneh, Philadelphia; Alex, Rrown A Pons, Hnlllmore; Cltl.ens Savings and Trust Co., Cleveland; I'nlon Trust Co., Pitts burg and tho Illinois Trust and Pav Incs Rank, Chicago, Application will lie made nt once lo list the bonds on the New York Slock KM'hnnge nnd on Ihe exchanges abroad. 3$$J& Marine Reno'.;. 4fgg& POUT OK' MW ltK. Arrived: Schooners Hluenose, New Vork for St. John's; f'lyoln, do,; Ma deira New Vork for Halifax; lutts Sa rah K. MeWlllhinie. with I lire barges. New London; Hmnhler, with three barges, New jyiiidon. Sailed. Tuys Snrah E. MeWllllnms, wllh six barges. New York; Rambler, with four harges, New York. ;i'M;ni, Miir-Pivf; srw. New Vork. pee. 30 Sniled: Pesnir Adrlall", Southampton; Kronnln nd, Ant werp; Luennla. Liverpool; Alice, Na ples; M'idonna t Fr. I Marseilles. Southampton, Pee, 3rt.- Sailed: Ptr. 'Venule, N. w Vork via Cherbourg and Qiieenstown. (Ilhrallar. pee, 30, Passed: Steamer Algeria.. Now York for Marseilles, de ll", etc. Llii.ird. Pee. so. Passed: Steamer Ln Provence, New Vork for Havre. Bordeaux. Pee. 28, Arrived:' Steam er California. New York. MOW I.OMHIX MAHIM'1 MV1KS. New London, Pec. .10. Arrived: Sc'a. Allen Ourney, New York; A. J. Miller, New Vork for Westerly; Mary .1. Rus 'sell; I'eter C. Shnlt,, Westerly; tug Sa chem light, west. Sniled: Tug Tormentor, with one barge bound east, TrUVELERUIDE To Montreal Midwinter The New York, New Haven and Hartford' midwinter excur sions will enable yon o ilsit these attractive wintering places, FOR LITTLE MORE THAN ONE-WAY FARE. Oo up o CJueber or Montreal If you'd know the real Joy of winter. You'll be iniidn heartily welcome, The ska 1 lug, nivllng, lee hockey, dances on Ihe Ire At night, fancy decs carnivals, snow-slioelng, hlelglilng nnd tobogganing lion at tract he It aountls! Incursion tickets are Rood (tolng; from lleeemhcr 80 to Jan uary 'i, and for return pnsMige until midnight of .lunuary 21, 1009. Let' send you full Information about (hose excursion. . Write A. B. Smith, 0. P. A., New Haven, Conn. NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN ' 4 HARTFORD R. R, CO. 4'44tH4;HH'rW44t4;HH4-W4'tmHttHr4;4tHHm4H, Egypt-Holy Land Pleasure Cruise of LEAVING NEW YORK, FEB. 11th, 1909, touching tt 23 Porti of Call. Carriigt ride nd light-icclng at tieh port of call . No extrn xcept lid trlpt WRITE FOR BOOKLET North German Lloyd AND CP OELRICHS & CO- General Aflents, 5 Broadway. N. Y, Pweetey Kelsey. 102 Church t.j M. Zunrter & Son, 268 Stat it. cum A Offer and r Largest triplc Tt Oturiftlrt Mttiir a W"v v TltF riTNADn ATKAIUSmP CO.. LkL VYork,llM.n. Chlfo,MtniiMli, rtllu1lphl. l.loalt, . Ij Raa p.or.ueo, Turanlo and MonlrMI. in Lontl Anli. TWO CRUISES I TO THE WEST maui, Panama Canal INDIES TWIN-SCREW CRUISING STEAMSHIP OCEANA Leaves New York January 23d Februsry 27th Twcntf rem' erperknc la ir rangint and conauctlng crulici eniurei efficient mntment. SO Days Cost, $150 and op Send for lew llluilrtied book de scribing Iheae aad other cruiaei to the Orient, Mediterranean, etc. Hamburg-American Line 41-43 Broadway, New Vork Sweeney & Kelsey, 102 Church t.; J.11. II. rarlnh & Co., 6 Orang U Starin's N. Y. and N. H Line. DAILY EYCI.PT SVITIIDAY. PnsseiiK.T mill I'relght Serrlce. Lt.ives New Haven p. in., Starln pier, foot of Drown street. leaves New York, fl p . in.. Cortlandt lreet piers, No. 13, N. R. fare, 75c; excur dlon tickets. $1.26; rooms, $1.00. Tako Chapel street ear to Brewery street, V. V. F1SIII5H. A:ent, New Hot cn, ( (inn. Passenger service discontinued until further notice. Around Porto jReo A delightful three weeks' cruise from New Vork to and around the Island of Porto Rico, stopping at all Interesting point. Luxurious teatners furnish bo tel aceomniodntlon for entire) trip. Special tourist rate, which Include every expense, $1(0. Write for illus trated booklet, railings, etc., to The New Vnrk nnd I'nrfo Rico ftleninshln Co., 12 Rioadwny, N. Y., or Sweeney & Kelsey, 102 Church street. New Hnveti AUS TR 0-AM ERICANLINF il M K IUTF.lt H A NR A N, ADniATIO From .New Yrk to Nnple nnd Trleat Hnlllniis v r.lni'silny mid MONTHLY NAIMAtiK T (iKKKCIS. TWIN' Hi'HKW S. S. MARTHA WASIf. INdTON, A LICK, LAURA, ARGEN TINA. OOKANIA. For Further Information Apply to Nearest Agency or PIIRLPS I1HOS. . CO.i (ienernl Agents, Whitehall IlullillnK. N. Y. City. The f, Trunk Shop neslgners nnd Manufacturer of Trunks, Suit Cases, Bags, Etc. This weather wiagesl n southern I rip. Are .von going mj I It will pny joii (o exnminc our stork, Hepnlrs re crlve prompt nllenllon. Telephone IIMO-H. C. O. E. HARTUNG. IS IT ENJOYABLE ? ?7h& Do yu like to see other lilli'i people with defective leetht Do J"" not' think other would he as distressed It jers were that wnj-f Nw d.iH'l let lliem bc( besnn.l Ihe help f (I good dentist. If one of jour teeth Is mtnslng, have ii lirl.lK.. the space with one Hint Is (lie snine color, shnpe nnd size of the natural one, PHIL1. DENTIL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. r us. oxjrLixiuji. My pei Ion Rtnble, Opposlto Vanderbllt Hall. COACH, COUPE AND LIVERY SERVICE. AUTOMOBILE ATTENTION. 10.18 Chapel street. 'Phone- 1010. 'ijJ'fiUi 96 ilslSI Crown ffiwmsPm St. and Quebec Excursions - Mcdifcrrancan ss. Grosser Kurluerst 74 BAYS the unsurpassed in Luxuric Comfortable Ocean Travel' Dj m great xu.uuu f !. . AAA 7, Feb. 18 J ma M f A "TAItONIA Jan. 7. 'Jan. 21, Mar - iorew turbine in the World tni tturrtUtnt tlj H New York hew Haven fa Hartford Railroa OCTOBER SC. 190. l'-or New l'orfc 4:15, :4, 8:0U. x;10. ;3J. 11:49 a. m.. lll.-IS. '1:23, 2:01, Ml. 114:18, d:03, '6:40. 7;03. 7:60. 8:1, ! P. m. Sundays 4;16, 4:46, si -B.oa, a. m., xif.vu, 'j:o, 'i 6:01, x6.U, '6:40, 1:0i, 7:60, : p. m. For Washington rla Harlesa Rlv '1:00 p. in., 12:00, nlfht, dally. for Boston via Iltfd. aad Willi iu.ua a. m 4:08 p. m. For Boston via Providence 'it n:oi. 11:411, a. m., '11:96, 1: a.l.CO a. i . it Aj.o-r. Aim . is T: I -.oo, -i.iu, -a:oo; " -cunj Sun '2:20, 2:61, a. m lf.lt.J :oo, -cue p. m. K" llnalon via fprlD-nld-l ii:i.i a. ni., i:47, '6:44 p. m. I... - .. .' ..... Mill Ut tit. For Hartford, Nprlnatlield z4:0 a. in., xi:uu, xb;00, xv:iu p. m. x9:06, a, in.; x 11:10, x9:20 p. m. For Wllllmanlle 7:36 a. m., 6:17 n m. Sun. 7:20 p. m. For flhelburae Falls 7:44 a. m.. (to New Hartford), 4:01, S:00 p. wesineiai, For Wlnated 6:48, (vta Naua June.), 9:82 a. m., 1:86, 6:46, 7:40 aun. s:zo a. ni.. :46 p. m. For Pltlsneld, Rte.aK:6(, MI, 4:10 p. ni. aun. a7:bz a. m. For l.llclifl.ld 9:32 a. m., 4:11 Bun. a7:62 . m. a Via Bridgeport. II Parlor ear lln Express trains, x Local exprei fcNew Haven LI r ...(..;.. rnu 'trOgWff run bouth and wi Mnr rlREi RRDTTnBn.1 STRAMER RICHARD PBOK. From New Hren Lear Bella dnlly, except Mondays. 1:80 a. ro. From New York Leave Pier 28, Baal Ttlver, near Catherine St., 1:00 p. ra. dally except Sundny. Time between New llavcn and New York about flv hours. Tickets and stateroom at Bishop V Co. i, 186 Orange street, also at Bella Dock and on Steamer. GEO. C. BLACK. Agent. New Haren. F. C. COLET. A. O. P. K. New Tark. HAMBURG-AMERICAN London Paris Hamburg. Amerlka, Jan. 6. Batavla, Jan. I. To Hamburg direct. ITAI V Vln Amore Madeira i.JLttUl nnd Gibraltar. S S. HAMHCRfl, Jan. 6, Feb. 18, i March 23. 8. 8. MOLT KK, 7Jan. 28, Apr. 2T. S. S. liPH'TSCIILANn J Feb. (. 8. 8. PATRICIA, Apr. 13. Calls Azores. .(Madeira. Olbraltar. ?Calls MAdelra. Cndln, Olbraltar, Ma laga, Algiers, Oetma, and thn contln lies OHIHNT cruise. ' A limited nutn her of rooms available to Italy. . Olltee. 45 BNray, N. V.. f 'iiV 'ocal Bgt. Hweejiey A Kelsey, 102 Church st.J j:i. rarain at. t.0,, urange l. FRENCH LINE. Camnnvnla Oenerule TmnaHtlnaCau Direct Une to HA v'RIS iJAKJ8, yraacl BHUIng every THURSDAY, 10 a. ro, Krotn Pier ii, North River, Now York. La Lorraine Deo. La Tournlne Jan. La llretagnn , Jan. Lu Savoie Jan, La. Lorraine Ian. La Tournlne Feb. Twln-acrew steamer, (ienernl Agency, 10 Stnte Street, N. Apply to French Line, 19 State Ht N. 1 or Bwoexny & Kelsey, 102 Church SO. Misiiup Co., 188 Orange at. Parish. & Co.. 80 Orange SU THE PECK & BISHOP 00. Main oillccH, 1HS-IH5 Union Street Hranch Olllccs, riiHsen;pr Depot, !2H Union Slreot. FURNITURE MOVING, PIANO MOVING, BAGGAGE EXPRESS, FURNITURE PACKING. STORAGE WAREHOUSE. Rent, fnellltie Xor moving Hafl .(facliliicry, laiglncs, etc. If you niiyililng to nioie let ua quote prl ASH 1 IS