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THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920. Tighter Money Expected in Anticipation of Anglo-French Payment Selling and Raids Send Entire List to Lower Level Poor Bank Statement Expected Today--Reading Ordered to File Dissolution Plan--Participating' Roads Strong --Southern Pacific Also Bright Spot--Crop Report Is Good. m nuovnx.v \ V \ M . \ ^ \r.\Y V O K K Oi t x i n u t t l i l i . i - I ·· t « ' u. a poor ba'ili M a l i mem S u t i t i ill ' i v professional n u d e M l i n l n v p i i i l | * l f . C ' I v with t h e re-Mi'I Hi i t tin i n n - ' he.-nv n c i u J v tlm en IIP s« t II i v i nm i I n i ti'd itim i l i o n l d in u u e i ' k I h c i \ u l l l bi. ,i m (jn lit* i * v l t i M » n t n i n n n i , p i n f c ' i .Min. In tho o J i i h pni t of I l i o i l . i v n«Hrter.iblp itreiiKlh AUIM dl.sphivi'il '" the hlsrli K i u i l i ' i ul.o.idfi luit f i u m ttio bcpliminj; of i l m HI 1*1011 t h o r n ^ Pro w e a k spot 1 * In i t * n a i l t h o r o I n M m l f o l o Oil M I I S 11 iiled t c i i new low i crrirrl tl.c-n U m i l o ' i n 'IVni'co I'i'fikr n i n e points, Snvas" Arm.i w o n t (Ici-nii s h n r v h n n i l M l i i a l l v T.'\' I'.iciflr m i n e d i n t o n e w low tor i ' t o n The i o \VM^ no M t n v i i \ of I npoi'tanop In jim of 1 l u . \ TJOCJ] t i f C t i o i i M n n i l ?as m m p i n v s'ocks woi c- t h e M r o n j - r i s l i o i l n i o v 'if the a f t e r n o o n ,iP m.ilJnot i n i i t c r - lil advance^. Sale.- fisf! DOO shuici. The Government 1ms drawn n h o i i t f f i . O O C . O O O from t h e b i i n K i tlm %\i.\k, but moro t h n n Hint hn.i r u m w In from abroad In prolil. The m o n c v situation is not bud al the moment. I/onn» wprp renewal al 7 iier c t i t . 'today and 8 per r e n t , w.ii t h e hlKh- »«t ratn recorded. Tt l« B o n e r n l l v bplifvcrt. h o w e v e r , t h a t M O I K U I t rornrnny ni-o l e n d i n g on eill a p r i n t niimj- m i l l i o n s t h n t w i l l bo n t i l U e d next week in (.elfllnpr for tlm Aiitflo- Vrench bonrjs w h t i h m a t u r e on the f i f t e e n t h . Wrokp-ii l i n v n leoolvi'd i'ltimntloni thfit Inrpro loin* will bo t a i l e d . A temporary n i o n p v ( l u r r y I", therefore expected n n d the ·thortM sold bermiie of t h a t Should the b n r k s t a t e m e n t pi ore l i e t t e i t l i t i h \ f i u o t i i u v nu nl i i l l n i i n i U " I h . lit I l l l l / l ! H u n d i s s o l u t i o n t l i n w i t h i n !M) dnv.1 o r t h o r o u i t would f o i m i i l n t n n phm hn.ll no e f - f o r t on (lie f|orle tn.ulu't b n o f l u i n It has linen oxpnctml It IH m - n e r u l l y undorilood Hint n plan bni . t l u m l y b p p n n«-ro( il in by Mm londln/; I n t c T oil« ol 7 l f a i l ! t i p c t w o of wlilcli n i p H I P l l n l t l i n n r f * O h i o nnd lli N'i H ^ 01 k O n t i i n N e w ^'o 1; C i n l n i l w e n t id i n e w bl(vli r.'ooid f u r Hi" n i o \ n n p n l l o d n v , h r l n j t tlT? o n l i 1m- port ml i l D i k lluifl to d'rl linsulili !· '- I f N'onp of ( I n ' i n N d l d ' i m v t i l n ^ of l u i p m i n i u c In e l l l i p i i l l r e i l i n n , tno'd of t h e i u ' U \ l l i i i of UK dav ho- Injr potiflnoil t o I l i n I n i 1 t i « t i l u l A f t e r I i n - l n c l l d e Oil bad been rnldod Jfin ofTlclat «laipinont \vn# li«mprt.lpnj Ins' tli.it a n v of thti w i l l s h u d filled or hid KOIHI to sail witter, H p j i o r l t h n t t b p K o n t b c r n T'a iHc would bp«li In th» nwir f u t u r e to e x t e n d lit llnra t n Mi \len n i u n e t l ( h u t ^itock t o i p i n a l n H l e a d j n n d i n t h e n i o r n l i i K I I h u r l Home » i r r n m l \ « Htrnrtj.'!!!. Tbn K n p P t -ilsii bearrl t h a i t h e M o x l p n n si'U'innu'nt inljrlil nsl; t h f i S o u t h e r n t'arllte t o p a r t i c i p a t e In t h e mil i n u r e m e n t of ( l i e K i t l o n n l HiillH.n 1 * o f M i . v l i o b i l l t h o i p p n n c o u l d not be confli nied. The buvliiK of M i x l c n n 1 ' p t i o l o n m stock wn« iid I n r f f e l v on the fnot l l i a l t h n t oonipany han n contiar't tr supply f u e l oil to the Mnxlran mlli'oarlH nnd If t h o r u n t o lie n h n l i l l l l n t o i l I t w i l l p r u f l l n a l i i i a l l s l ( 'or Hie b r e a k In l l i e S nu rlon n Toluu'eo atiH ki no e s i i l r i i m t i n n u . i « o l n u l t m L i l p h u t l l i e s t i n e l l u ' l l m e d th.it It bad n i i i e l h i n « lo ill) l l i e l e l u i n o f TliniuliH I ' |{j'i» l it nuH'(', \ \ l i i l e ho w o n t p r e H t i i n n b l s In the liuoniht't of t i n I ' n l l p d K o l a l l t'.toio'i pi)in]iany w h l e l i has boon en- (kuivorliiK lo he a p p o i n t e d r e l n l l i\K( v nt foi livhaopo t h r u u K h o u l l''nine« Thp C'lou ropnrt p u b l i s h e d al'ler the clam of tho m.irkel oainc- up In n i l I l i o oxptK'tal lonfl o f t b o S t i o e t n n d Uleret'ole w i l l p n i b . i b l v h a ' u no I n - (lucnro on p i l i o s , 'I'bo l a i ^ e erop.s pi m i l . l i i i w e v i i , t h a t t l i e i e In f i e l v b i In t i n c o n i u i v I h u l n n i ' - L hi n i o \ e d ! ! \ ' b i n K e o n L i i i i d u n W M t L l t ^ )i nhi"i' i i u o l u l l in of l l i e \i c 'k nnd l l i e l l n l u i n r i l e I'sio in id ' t i n H I P I l ei n v e i \ I I u i n ll.l low 1 1 i 01 d i)l a I'c v. dm 4 u'jo i i l l i H i 11 m i l I I I I H I W b l i u n l i i ) ; n u i . u i l ' i ' l a l a l l o n i l l o n . All elai'ei ol' bonda, f o i e l h i i a n d d o n i c t t l i , I m l m l l n r I.lbertlr". u i r e I n M l n o i l lo enio i.ll);hth ' f n t a l wile., (|i u \ n l U H ) ^15 S 5 U . O O O . ONE TENTH OF All, STOCK IS DECLARED FRAUDULENT Bridgeport Local United States Now Importing Wholesale Market Furnished to The Telegram by Agent of Conn. Agricultural Market Service. 1 1 1 1 I M \ I ) ( I I o n , l i i t h e A m i l Ihc pun luisu of U i i u l n l e i i 1 iei. n i I ' M w a s c s t l m n t o ! a t J i i O f t O l i u . u i ' o \\ I ' h a r l i s I A n d ' O , »ei relnn' of I ho N a t i o n i l \ H S O C l n t i o n oT H e e u n - t i » a t ' o n i i i i l « H l ( i n e . i i In l e a l l m o n v l« l o i « I h o h p i e l a l ···talo " h h h n K \ ' l a w loimnlsi.lon M r . A n i h e m i l d t h a i a b o u t 10 pei c e n t , of 1he .stof 1 o l ' l e i e d l o t h e p n b l l e \MIM w n r t h l i i i GRAIN PUBLIC AUCTION Village Store~-240-242 State Street GOING OUT OF BUSINESS We offer at Public Auction on Monday, October llth, 1920, all the contents in the Village Store, including household furniture. Sale starts at 2 P. M. prompt. Everything must be sold and cleaned out not later than Thursday at 12 o'clock, October 14th, 1920. A positive sale. Goods arc to be sold at your prices. We mention a few of the items to be sold. Spices, scales, tea, coffee, lots of sundries, shelving, counters, ice-boxes, barrel truck and flat trucks, and many other, too numerous to mention. As Mr. Smith is taking up his residence in New York City, he is disposing of a great many of his household effects, including furniture of all kinds, all in fine shape, old fashioned and new fashioned. Rugs of all kinds, gas range, crockery of all kinds, cooking utensils; desk and chairs for the home, desk and chairs for the office. Also vases and jardenieres. This is a bonafide sale and everything is going to be sold at your prices. Come early and get the bargains. They must be sold at once, as the property which has already been sold, must be vacated on Friday, Oct. 15th, 1920. G. W. SMITH, VILLAGE STORE, H. L. Blackman Son, Auctioneers We Offer For Sale In the Town ot Hunlington, Conn., near the center; a highgrade farm of ninety-six acres of land, having a ten-room house, large barn and sheds, garage and other out-buildings. Thirty-five to forty acres of this beautiful farm is meadow land, there is also some good woodland, an abundance of unit of all kinds. A beautiful spring runs through the property, never has been known to run dry. Fine pasture land. It lays high, overlooking the entire country. Fine state road within two miles of the farm. It is only a short distance from our city, being about nine miles and about two miles from Shelton, Conn. It is an exceptionally nice farm and is well worthy of your prompt attention, if you arc interested to go outside of the City and locate in God's Country. Reasonable terms can be arranged if so desired. Further particulars, inquire o( H.L Blackman Son 231 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. PHONE BARNUM 519 l 1 1 I I ' i ( i i i I K I S \\ lle.il . t l u i i n K l o u i ' i 111 j« li ". lod.n p i ' t w - a u i e In u\ v i r o n i t h i bit. illan ,ui pUi.s and w i t h reports t o n M i u i l i i K ns U domoHlli, o I ' l e i l n B ' . rue l i i n i l t f t t Insert unsetthiil nl 4 U J 4o 3 I!-4 eentH net di e l l i u i ' t t l t l l Kecuni- bor Ilia I--' in I1M and M in-li I ' l O it-0 to 1!U k,' DI n IOHI I !l-t to 4 I - J and onlfi .T-S t o 7-s. I n i i i o v l n l o i i M I h e o n l ( O U i e l u i i o e i l f i i n i i .Ifie n e l b i i i K lo _'7e iulvniu'0. COTTON N'KVV Y O l t K , i l u t 8 -- The- luUcj'i m a r k u t mis i m i u t i loss a c t l s o Unl'iy and rtucAuutlonH were n t i r r o w e i . txjepinbor r!o.sccl at 2 1 64, with t h o neutral i m u l f o t i IciHln,',' b a i e t y .steady u t n not doellin of 114 poiutu on Gelobor w h l l o otlior m o n t h 1 ] showed In'iHDH l i t n n l v Ml to 38 p o I n M , Tort rueulpts, Jll.717.' IT H p i n t .stocks. | i U 8 , l ) 7 u . KxportH, 1 2 , ' ) l ( t n a k l i r r 5 2 3 , 0 5 5 so ' u Ihl.s .sc.isuii. LIBERTY BONDS I ' f o d u e e sold r e a d i l y as n r u l e In "Ih'luftopo! I \ \ h o l P 4 a l t 1 n i n r k e l n s e«- (ei'dny \ \ i l h in lei H s l i K ' i t l v lower l i m n I n N M V M M J ' I I \ l n l n i i i o t n t o e H K( I I V . e l l i l l · | ) l ' l ' 111' I 111 I l l l l I l l l S l i p p l l i 1 t e i e h e d l i o i n Ijiitr, I w l a n d I i ' bii.a 'I lie i | i a l i i i ol' I l i o pi l o h e s [ j i o n i \ e \ \ 'i u. U i . l . i t i is p o m . Tin ni.ii U i ' lot 0 1 i n n s i em i l n s d u l l d u l l S u n n 1 1 il l i i n i a ' n i r w e i i ull'ei ed \vliieli ^'et e esei p t i o l l l i l l V l l ' i e w t o i l c lor 1h l .H Ute d . i v In the season r o n l t r v i J i i i " m o n i u o h i-niior no\\ t h i l l t h e J e w i s h h o l l d u y t r a d e him CliMippeared ,ind t h e m a r k e t f o i llvo i liu Ken la clraum I K I ' I T S · (I'.im'V .ipples ","-1.50 M i|t II-.M w l i u U ' i l l .ipiilcM 4 U - 7 0 b n k l ; o n i t i B i H Ii 0 0 - s n i l , I ' . i l , (,-ripe.M 3 (bi' . J " b o x , Si , K e l pe.ns 1 ^ 5 I I i|t b n k l , \ ^ s i , H e pi ai I n s 2 , 0 | ] - ' r i O b n . N ' l ' U t i n ' A I ' . L i : , ' - S t i l u s I H I I I I V I To -j(,IMI l i i i , I m - t s n i j - l i 0 do/, l i i n e l i e » , s\ye( ti eoi n 2.011 p( i l O u P ' M S , i n t r o t s 1 2 S - I i.l b u , i,iblin(si I . J G - l . i i O b b l ; l e l f u e e l , r i ( ) - 2 1)1) doi-; olllollH 2 00? !!li 1 0 0 111 m i e k . p a r s n l p H I 00-1 2fi 1 4 i|l b a k t , n n t l v o p o l a t o i H I (i,1-l 75 b i i ; i l u l n e i i o l . i t o i H 1 2 6 - 1 10 bu; Bplluu'li J Oil l.,)0 b 11 ml loin iton.s 1 0 0 - 1 SO M ni b s U t R r i i ' i i t o n u t o o H .16-40 I I i|l b u i l t I n r n l p s I 2 , i - l 70 b i i . i I'Ol I , T U V I'ROIH'trrs - lOssa, ( ' n u n !'(·«· 1'ild .S,S-'I2 i j n i K . i t ' i e i e d 1li-8fi do/ f i o h l i x\e.slLin ( i i - T J do/., l i v e Jov I ;i(l-:,S Hi; l i \ o e h l c k o n 303,1 Ib. V D A I 1 1 V r i i D O l ' i TK Tub luii. h i u) ( ^ 11), p r i n t b u l t i r O.'-Uii 11) · \ I I O \ T I ' H U D l ' O T H -- Lard S J . ^ O 11). ( i i l v e s ( l l v i ) iiiiu-y l u - I S H i , Veal ( d i eased) t'uncy 1H.-2S I b , hoss llvo al)o Ib. HAY A M ) f J K A I . s - - - i p i i n a a l dealers dooi ) T l n i o t h v buy baled 2.2(1-: SO 100 I b , t h n o l l i v h , i v IOOHO 2.40 10(1 Ib; oats 2 J 5 - 2 23 M) I b , C HII n S.OIi 100 Ib; hum 2.(0 100 Ib; .sl.iad- i i i h l d l l i u , s 10 p. r 100 Ib More Food Than Is Exportedl Hroducti ol Tiopici, M u r e t h a n Offset Shipments to Kuropc--Com- merce w i t h W;uin Climate Countries Shows Immense Increase -- A b i l i t y of Amciiciins to Buy Is Mum Cause. and m BUYERS STILL HOLD OFF, DUN'S REVIEW REPORTS Srio\\ vouic oei. bonds olufie: .! i-H». H I . H O Flint 4a, 80.50, Heeotid 4s, 88 SO. First 4 i-4a, 80.00. Bcoond 4 1-la, 88.70 Third 4 I-!«, 90.48. K u m t l i 4 I--IH, SS liii . \ lotoiy :'. ;i-4n, i l l ) . I S Viet01 v 1 K - 4 M , Hit.,Hi TOFFEE UIOMJ ' tvKVV Yd U K Oat. S.--- l,leuQrtn of t n r t h o i decline in uoMl inrt freight ollurs and a little titulo «ollinij were tlin ohlof 1'ixctorn on tho c o n t i n u e d decHno in the market for eultoo £u« turen here today. I/tint iirlooa allowed modenilo ralllen cm covering wltli tho olngi' 4 to J 2 polntii not lower. tlotiliiK b l v l n October C US; Deeetn- bor 7. .'6, J n m i n r y 7 . 1 0 ; i M u t o h 7.80; May S 01; J u l y s . J l , B u i i t e m b e r .S..1J.. S])ot cofl'ce d u l l and n o m i n a l l y un- iliunguil n ( 'i I - H loi 1 Itlo 7s. [·lOllM.l'i'.S. t'ormltH for wo lit an $4 8, D U O Wore t»ju«(l yoatiiicliiy by Iho building InapiHtor IIH follows: Garage". 3(121 Main atreet, B. Bnrir; eraiuge, 120 \Vhltnoy avunuo, William E. Kully; alterations Cor stoi.', fi21 J'ombfoko street, A, uul 11, Ulanlnl; brlek trunatormor hou«o, 1!)1 Honsatonlo iironnu, JT. C). t l u n field; additions and aKerutloiiH, n o r t h «ldu oC l«'ox »Ueo,t, ,1 L. IiUUiiR Sonn, a d d i U o n to garage, I'M llevora street, i'ntor H i o n ; two turn- lly liou'o, 18fi W.ildttmore twonuu, Wllllinii F, C h n t l i i H ; throe f a m i l y boimo, llidli lioHton avenue, WUtlu.ni K. Chttillon; worlc Mhop, 1271 N y r ' b UVBIHIC, Olllflno; parago, G70 IVrond atroel, Aluriin 1'liiktia; addition, to (jarttKO. 9") Ashley Btroct, T. J: Mo- Namara; RUj-age, 1C(1« North avepuo. T. and A. Sherwood; Karago, 119 Burr roi'd, 'Harry Houumont; Karaso, 1810 Konsuth stroot, Gazelle K, Oan- fleld; portablu Hohool, oaat aide ot Fhtk stroot, city of HrldKoporl; garaga, eaut side of Laurel avonno, Ilariy W a r d ; throe family Jiotwn, 2 J Orchiird HlioiU, Wlllliim V. ;hntlof.; 1 two family houoes, a5 Myrtle uvo- nno. William F. ClitttlOB;. flroyHoo, 75 J J e i i n u t t utroet, I ' r n n k I!, I/non».; l u l o l t gftiago, i 3 0 J North avenue, M l n n l o U. Pay and brick a d d i t i o n , 800 fleavlmv avfuiur, l l u b e r lee Cr inn cominuiy. III«XKD. WASI1INOTO.V, Ocl. 8 ---The mil. roadtt aft a now hl«h rouord for tho yivftr In t h e volume of f r e i g h t t r a f - tlo handled d u i l n g tho wuelc o n d u d September 25, It was iiniiounond toddy by the Amerloan H.Ulrond aa- Boolatlon. t'ara loaded w i t h r u m m e r - olal frulBht numbered 994,61)7 coin- pared w i t h 987,041 in 191'), and 991,980 In 1918, The host previous word for thl.'i join \\iif t h e w ol: of AuR-nul 28 when 885,0(14 ,-irn were loaded, AViCIlAJ10 HTCXTK. PIUCI08. Avwngo prlcx* AvorliKi) Ttinnulny . . Avoiiifto H u'ook it^ii Average n your n«o HI t.ft . HI .1-1 . s;t 1-2 101) 3 - 1 DR. BROWN TO AID , FRENCH GOVERNMENT S --J,)u ' a .NJ'UV* V o i k , m o r r o w w i l l B a y : 1'i'lce oun.sldoranoiiN sl.'dl iloml- n a l o t b o u o m m o r o l n l s l t n u t l o n and leinain tho u i i i l o i l j l n i i ; i'nnm of tin 1 eonluuioil lit-HiUiUon ana reprtjnsloi of bus.lnoN.1. ' BolleT t h a i I h e d o w n w a r d prlco i e . l i l i o n hits n o t \ e t been uomplol -tl d i w p H e , t h e i n p l d l i y a n d ovtenl o f t h e m o v e m e n t I n so'ne p r i m a r y i i u m n e l a , Iniinils m a n y ouyw-i to noiiil.il. In tlieli policy of inilllni?, « u d t h e r e ban u o n a o n n o n t l v n o t itftin the H H u n l Bcnuyiial inorottse ot at'imtli-a ihlh t M i t n m n . linpwloilBo t h a t tho year's ori)ys mo a b i i n i l n n t riinkoa for i c o n f i d e n t long iiinse view of tho f u t u r e , but the problems ol' tho pmstrtt rend- i J U ' i t i n o u t period aro or Immodl.ile e o n o e i n (o many IntoroMtg, «im| rire not w l l h o i i t i l l s t t i r b l n g effect in The n l n o monlhB' failures, n l I h m i K l i e o m p u i l u i f fm-orablv In n u m b e r w i t h thorn of aianv i c s i f s prior to I D 111, p l a i n l y n - f l i c t the I'haiu'cd e o n d l l l o i i H p r n v n l l l n . . «nd J ) l h e r e v i d e n c e h not l a c k i n g Hint «»' woak Bpbts nr« slieadily oomlint to tho surfnee. a f t e r un em of u n wholesome Intliitlon. WORLD'S WHEAT CROP ·GREATER THAN AVERAGE \VASIUNOTO.V, Oct. S.--A dispatch ivcelvc-d bv t h e d e p a r t m e n t of t i K i i e u l l u i e from the I n t C N - n a t l o n - ul I i i M l i u l n of A u r l c u l t u i B al Home «h't)B tin; 1(120 p r o d u c t i o n of wheat lu Bulgaria, Spain, Italy, Finland, bwodeii, .Switzerland, Canada, British India, Guatemala, Alsroiia, HJB.vpt and Tunis a.* 1 , 0 4 0 , 0 7 0 , 0 0 0 bushels, or 119,4 -pot cent, of the 1019 crop, and 101.6 por cent, of a llvp-ycar average. Tho 1020 production of rye in thosu countries ID !)l,832,000 bushel*, or 120.2 por e,ent, ol' the 1»19 tu-op, and 2l),3 per ennt. ol' a live vein avwagix, ot barley 771.1)78,1)00 builiela, or 120.3 per cent, of th« J U l t t crop, and of oatfi 771,087,000 bimhe'ls, or 120.3 per cent.* of tho I'M!) crop. Corn In Switzerland, Canada, Qimti'.mala and T u n i s will yield 18,2 1 0 , 0 0 0 bndhels, or 81.4 per cunt, of the 1019 crop, iiiul 80.3 pur t e n t , of a live-year avernffe. PRODUCE N K V V V O K K , Oct. a.--Butter n t e a d y ; receipts I),(101) tuba. Criiam- e-y, hlKhe: than extras 04 n 64 1-2; eitra ( » a acoro) U H u 1)3 1 - 2 ; ilust 88 to 11 acoro BO 1-2 a (12 1-2; pack- Ing stock, current mnkii, .No. 1, 30 a ·It 5 - 2 . K r f l t B t i a d y ; receipts t t , '19!l ensiH. KioBli L i i t h o r e d extra llrat d'l .1 (IS; do tir-t C2 a O H ; eUitivi, I'm i und iii'urbv \ M H t e n i h e n n n i y w h i t e , tl/ta to .Mia f7 n 1,00; do brown i xti u 7C 11 S2; do g a t h e i e l brown and m l v - od i'iili»"j, Hi at to oxlrn U 2 n 70. Potatoes firm; Maine 180 HJH. 3 25 a 4.00. I'ahhaiWN Htcadv mid unohiiii«eii Uaiv sutfar u n s e t t l e d , ( o i i t r l l ' m i i i l n u n i l i n i l . I l l - l i n e d u n l o l a l I I ( i - n l s for line Humiliated K l p u r nloiidy, w I n l e t stialirhts 0 7Ti S 1 0/1! 5 W h e a t , apol ea.sv, No a i o d a n d No "i h i i r d 2 . 2 2 spol elf track New Y o r k nnd Nn. _ niKod d u r n n i 2 1 1 ell' lo i i r i l u - . On IB, Hjiot O H M S , N'o. I, w h i l e (ICo I . n r d H i m , n i l d d h - w e s l J O . C O a 20.110. Cottonseed oil eual; p r i m e i m m m o f yellow .spot 12.2f) C o i n Hput oativ; No. 2 y o l l o w 1 . 1 4 -4 and No. 2 m i x e d 1.12 3-4 ell' New Y o r k t u n d n v H h l p m e n t . Other ni-flrleH u n r h a n R o d . DRY GOODS ItV ll()(Jj.\M). '·W V O I t K , t l e t S -- A ciueer « h o l l y une.\|)ei ti il Munition has n t i s e i i M n e e t h e llrst o f ( h e y e a r w h i c h .ItisllHei i n i r n one i n i i n i of Uew i l l st i d - m i 111 i l i . i t , Instead ot the I ' n l t e d st.i i i I,D\V p r i i \ l d l i i i ! food In neiHled . i m o u u l M for the ieht of tlm w o i l d , o t l u - i milloiis m u hi'inl- iiu', I'ond lo t h u s c o u n t r y In a m o u n t s n n d \ n l u e sn Krc-iit t h a t t h e l u i l n n c n nf tr.idii In food p t o d u e i ' Is iu;alti8t t l i u United Ktntes. H e n l l / the rest of tho world Ib noi in a H t i l c t soimo of tho t e r m fi-edlni,' the U n i t e d KlatiiH, u l t h o i i f i h HV repoit rnado public by the d e / i r t m u n t of com- merc-i- w o u l d Bfi-pi on- a supc-rHclal r e a d i n g lo |UM|||'V H u t .Htatement. Government report.s "lin-w that u l h c r l u t l o n B sold u n d sent l o I h e I ' n U e d s t n t i s fciod stuffs alnei- , l n n - u u i j 1 nnd i i | i to A u g u s t 1 nf t h i s u-iti I D t'li- v a l u e o l t J , l ' I ' l . i i O O . u O U . On tho odn-r h a n d we e v p n r l i d lo i n h i i n a t i o n s I'oudstnll's In t h e Hamc- tlme to the v a l u e of $1,1 O S , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 , I''lve yurs atto It would h a v e bum I n t ' o n e e l v i h l n t h a t thin c o u n t r y In !')!!() w n u M I m p o i t nn exce.si- fit food-. B l i i f l s vvhilp our e\ports of l i k u eom- n i o d l l l i - a f i n the sume poilod would be h i s t l m n l l i e Impiirta by a h i l l l n n and ri hull'. B u t when the del u l l e d statistics di'c s t , i d l e d II Is discovered that (Ills liir-ri-uHo In our 1m- porta of )ood i epu-si ntn clilody com- i i K K l i t l e u p r o d u c e d In the (roploH, H o l l a n d and P e i i m n r l t also hnvi- f o u n d m.irlu'ts here for b u t t e r a n d c i l b e r d a l i v p r o d i u t B , n h l l e China a n d J L p n n e \ p o r t e d ilcje to the United Htatps, although our own do- niedlle p r o d u c t i o n of rice was huge. Hut I'm- me most part these heavy I m p n r t s of food r e p i e n n n t tropical procluels. In the llscnl i c r i r ended in 1020 tho v a l u e of tropic.il I m p o i t n was a I l l l In ovi r three b i l l i o n dollars. ie.se I m p o i t s , however, did not iiilM e i i t l n h of food. C i u d e rub- lier -md law ocltton cjoiiHtltutod Imp o i t i i n l li»ms. MOW i - n j i l d l y our i r . i d c ha« KMHMI w i t h the (ni'plra Is made elnav by a eompurlNim with t h e i.iUiu of OUT DM,101 IB In l')13. That was o n l y n, billion d o l l a r s : ami t w e n t y years ago It wan lens than i H luilf billion The N l l m n l i m w h l e l i w n a oci iifiton- ed by Ihc K n r o p e n n w n r mill thp n h l l l t v of the V n l t p i l Ht.ues \n pny I l i o hinhwit prices lor tropical ]ro'- i l i u t a e x p l a i n i n wreal meiimiie t h i s e h a i i K e I n o u r I n t n r n n t l o n n l t i m l e t i l l u . i t l o n . A l l iln I n d l i n t k i n K n o w point to the m a i n l d i i a i i c i j of this t i ' a d e We nan ki.pji it If we nlrti nri. n b l e t o M i l in t r u p l i a l nntloln oui n i n i i i i l n i tnred eommodliles in lurjte s i m o n n l s , t h e r e b y u l t i m a t e l y bi injf- a b o n l nn piinalinatiim of the I n l (rade HO that It will be of lif-iK'/H not only to this c o t i n t i v but to t h e world, Th i m p o r t s of Him.'n to t h e United Stale" in (front mi-naure explain t h i s int ri nee in the pinvhaw of food by us for Ihe tropics. Thp piinrnr inl.s'- i'in r l b e o x e i e i i thai live, peoplti of t h e U n i t e d Sliiles w o u l d I n M H l upon bavins BiiRnr no m n t t c r w h n t the nisi « i'i T h o r i f o r n t h e y Sold ( h e l p Migar here at a very lilffh prico n l - thoiiKh nl the b e x I n n l n K ' nf the 10u- l o p e a n war or a l l l i l n earllnr It was m n r k o U ' d here at an avornj?e of 2 1-2 centa ri p o u n d . So nlso ( h e United fit at OH import- oil In t h e twelvo months Gliding July 1 nearly 2 . 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 pounds of cof- fpo niul that waa 4 0 0 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 p n u n d n moro I linn we Imported the ypnr before The ohaiiBii In thi H i t u n t l o n la p x p l a l n c i d by the statemont thnt t h e food we Imported did not KO to the countries whern there waa the Krouleal need for it but to the ono country w h i c h Is bent ahlo to pny the hl|?h price whleli It eomm.uidcd. In other word.s noonomle prennnre proved more powerful t h a n a l t r u l n - '/'· motlvi'H heoauso vnrtous coun- Irlea whli'li were reported to bo In need oC food nevertheless sold to UH n, luiTfl part of their Bounty surplus 111 order to realize tho high price Whleh the United States was wlllliiK to p n y , W h e n II wnB presumed n venr npo ixnd n i l I h r n i i R h tho period of tho European war thnt Die United Stnlo.s would bo ehlonv rolled \ipon for all Itlnds of food p r o d u c t s It wns not that t h i s country had osior- pm'i'haslnij power and was tn nirilcp use of It, ·n-horens tho rest of tho world had a low p u r dinning power. Yesterday's Stock Quotations 88% 11)% 1 2 7 % lli«h Low Lust A Biwl HUB e v d l v 7,H6 78M, (!) U Am CU.r ,Sr Ji'clji . |3B 184 is 135 A m e\in 331.4 32 \ 38 Am Clot Oil (Jo . 2 1 Va 2-1 24 % Am I n t Corp . . 7S')i '14% 73 Am Looomo . , 1)0% O B H OTi'/j Am bhiHoud . . . 0514 Bii 05 A m , S h i p C'um 18 I V % li Aru Tol a To! .. OS 1 !! 'Jift nVj Am Tob Hou . . . 1 - 8 4 1,10 13,1 Am S «· He Co f l l H SO'/i C O W Am «u« Ucf Co , 1 0 4 J 0 8 ' i 104 A m HumatMl . . . 8 8 8 7 » B 88 Am Woolen . . 73'd 72'} 9 7204 Aiioconda 3 2 % til )B B l i j A l l U W 1 . 1 4 7 H41f. MO A t e h T A. S l-'e . . Sl)')i 88 « 88y ( ll.lld Ijocomo . , l U ' J t , 1 1 1 % 111 1 }. H a i t i Uhlo . 4 7 % 4 t ; » 4 U » 4 Hclh . M o t o r K . 4»i 4* 4.1. Beth Steal B « 9 % 68^4 Hioolc Hap Tl-nn H 33^4 liuttu blip . . . . 17% 10% I'Mi) 1'anllle . . . . 1 2 8 % I 2 6 i i Calif Pet 20 35^4 Can Lualli Co .. 41Vi 4 3 % Cerro da Paaco .. 40 -10 Chanel Motors . , 81 78 Chi M St I'aul 4 2 % 4 1 % Ohl Great W .. 11 12V, Clui O \V p f d . , 3tHi 2i)L Chi It I .4 1'.. ;i-|.') 8 n s y , C U t ] pfd A 811 8.1 C U I ]' pfd H 70'(, '',0 C h i l e Copper , . J 4 ] I (Jhlno 27 i j 2714 Col Qraph , t!) % 18 % Consol C3as 80 84%, Col Southorii ... !I3V4 33^4 Conl Quidy .... 10A 10',4 Corn Productn .. 83% 8 2 % Crm-IWe ateej . .181 123 Cuban 'ano SUffar 35 34% Don St Ilia U Ji^ 2$, 2 % I)«l lluctoon. ....1-08 107% 107% Krlu ., 1|)^ j.8?i 18% ICrlc list pM ' 2 8 % 2 7 % Z 8 V d KIskQ Unbber .. 2 0 % l ! l % 19^^ (Jen Cl'ffnrs D t y t (14 (Jen K l c o t r l c . . . I T ) l.n ( I o n Motors . . . . 1 S'4 J 7 ii, ( i o n d r l e h Co . A . CO',4 48 Ct N o r t h Pfd . . . 811 "i 87'4 (it North Ore . . 34' .11 i Creon (,'anaiu-a,.. 2 7 * 4 2 7 % Illinois Central .. 90 DG,J, Inspirit Cop 4 5 4 U Intor Nlckul .. . 1 8 Jntcrbcir Conn . ' 5% Inter Harvester, .111 I n t r Mer Mar , 2014 7 0 % 2 8 H 3 8 % b l 70 14 27/» I » % 8(1 3.1i,i 10 % 8 2 % 130% 84% 114 133 T 4 9 , 8 7 4 91! Inter Mor M Pfd 74 D h e a l - " b j ' l- · In · i ) h n . i l l h oordl ·( K: Hi UK i. l i i i h o i o haw bot n . no) f n i i . u . n ' I ) !j i n l s a l l o n U o In that i 11 l o i m i l l i o n T h " n )t , o miry. ,' . . I'-ihnd M^V V O H K , Ot S.- I . U H l i m e s In llin i f i t t o i i viirn ninvlu'ls t n r l f i v ln 1 - frun l o n t l n n ' t huyi'i'.i ( ' n i t o n ^ n n i l ' ' worn d u l l u i i i l p r l c i 4 i i n s l i i l j l ^ Thi- wool n u i i l t i ' i h w c r r i W f u l t p i ' b c f a i i s i ' (f low iH'Icr-H l i t , A i i s l i - f t l l u i i n n c i l n n s iiiul f i i r t h p n lo\\ o f f o r l i m H f r o m London Smnll |i ,t of r u l l iindni'- ivsar .wci'e sold./ Inter Paper Kan C i t y South . K e y n l o n n Tiro .. Keiinecott 'os ., I j i c k u Kteol IrfhlBh Valloy .. Max Motors . . . . .Mex I ' o t r o l M l d v u l e Sieel M l s b o m l I',ic . M'c. Kurt ft Tex Norf \Vepf V o i t h Pacinc . N' Y A i r llrake X Y C n n t r a l N V N H 11 N V Chi ti- St I , NT Y Out VV Pure. Oil . . . Olda I'rod Hot Pan Am Petrol Pleieti A r r o w Pieree on . . Pnoples H U H . P i m i i s y l v a n t n I'ri-BHiid fill C.n . P u i i t n A t " n r n Siih- l l a v Cons Hi p u b l r * Hlee'l Ttoynl D u t c h .. nvcm M o t o r s , . S i n c l a i r COILS . . , h h e f l i o n South Pacific .. South H a l l w a y . t l t r n m Car . . . . Html Corp'n . . . T h l i d A v n n u o Ten Cop it I ' h n m 7C',4' 2844 2 1 4 4 5544 1794 4 % J l l II) H 7 8 'A 78 28% 63 U B 4 4 4 .')% 4 % 111 19% 73 Vj 7G 24«i 1 2 % 23 Ti 01 M, D 4 T 4 1% 1811 'S 91 14 (17 1 0 1 711 'j no 1 ,* .1 5 i 1 I it. 117 3') 4 8 N Vi 3 I "in 1 I a s v j 13 'a H O W Gin* SI 1 ,. S M b 9 J 4 4 6 4 4 4 101% 7 0 % 19'U 0 9 % ill 'A d«Vi 5B I 7 '4 2IU t 51'* 8 7 % TPSIIq O i l , Toll Prorliii. 1 ' n l o n ' P n i ' l l l . I'sil R n l a l l H I O I P S 7 1 % tlnitpri li'ruit , J 0 4 U K Food I'pnd 51 U U 8 Jnd Alco . . . 85-)4 4 1 " , lilUl i an',, 50 1 0 1 1 'I % 1) ti 'H 7 ! l ' j 3 4 % 31 U 4 sn ·U' B M 3 U H 4 3 % n o ' u 711% I lii »7 14 31 W HI \ 19 !)\ 2 3 ' '79 »i S8 II S Hubbor IT S Stool U H Smeltor . . . . U t a h Coppor . . , Vlr C'aro Cmcr . Wabnuh Wabash Pfd A , Wabash PM J,).. West Union T u l . . West Eloe .. ^.. . 40% \V«st Marylan (t.. "Whllo Motors .. Wlllv* OvorlaiKl 31% 13 38% 7 7 % S7V» 59 78 87 » IS!) 8 4 % 82% 33 40 i n 4! 10% 16 H 4 f i t t 10% FINANCIAL CONFERENCE ACCOMPLISHES ITS AIMS · BRUSSELS, Oct. 8. (By Tho A. P.)--That the International (Innnciil conference neoompllnhcd all that oould be expected from It la thu tfonornl opinion of tho participants, ovon the O^rmana, who cmno to BnmnolH with Home apprehonslon regarding their roceptlon, and tho Vronoh, who oamo with no llttlo sltop- tlolnm roncornlng tho results of tho conforonco, bolnp: much vratlfled. Tho Gurmans are highly plcasad, not u n l y w i t h tho work of the conference, Inn w i t h Hip manner In w h i c h thoy wore trentcd by cvory ' 3 4 4 2 0 4 no S3H G OOD hanking service with m ;·) a DUTY. Use it freely. 3?o Paid on Cliockinp A c T O i i n l s of $5(10 and over. ( JAMES STAPIESCO. PRIVATE BANKERS 189 STATE STREET Established 1874k The Government Has Vacated MOKE Sl'ACK IN TIIJK* LIBERTY BUILDING Out ISuHjr anil rcHorvc four olllco In UrlilKi'tKirt'i lMat ot- fl^i l)ulldli)«--1)45 Main St. , BONDS AND STOCKS Of proven value with established markets. WILLIAM R. BULL Security BIclB. UrlilKcpovt, Conn. WE COLLECT the money peaceably if possible; forcibly if nee- eitsary--But we collect. TWENTY-FIVE We Offer Swift Company New 1% Gold Notes Due Oct. 15, 1925 Denominations--$100, $500, $1,000 ( o 'J'hcsc wiiosc ncitc^ constitute .1 direct ilcbt of Swift r e i m l n l i o n as packers and dinlributors of iiu'jits and tin- r liy-])n)(!ucls is world-wide. Tot.tl v.tlo in 1!»l!) wore over .$1,200,000,000. A n n u a l net e.irnincfs for the ]).i«t five years have avoraRcd ^^.S.SK'.Hij", w h i l e t h e a\erai;e inlcrcsf charges in the ^.ttnc time have been $7,!)!).,816. The C o m p a n y ha $:).|:.O.V1 ,«!() of net assets a\ ailable to pay $ ( ). r 5,S. l j8,.'500 of indobledne^s. We ItfXiitmiciil 'J'li".p 'Votes for Investment. Price, 97% and Interest, Yielding 7.60% HINCKSBROS.6PCO. NV\v York Stork !"x 207 State Street Bridgeport, Conn. AOOOO Anno 1S4 a» FOR SALE Building, Equipment No. 15 Milwaukee Mixer, on Trncttn, with fiftto Menm ciiffliio.nnil bolter nnd wutor tnnlc com! , most in-lv.) I MlneltOH S. 11. (1x20 No. 2 Hiillcloi-'n Hoist (nov). I Knickerbocker ('oiiiblnnlto.i Saw Table Tool unit oom» lleto, with HIWS, oincry stone*, candor, etc. I Stool t'onorolo dirts. ' : Two-Ton I'lntform Stone Trucks. ! Quirk Cnr ITtiloiullnR Chutes 1 1-2 ynr*n etoh. Jirlckf, lleil l'\icc, KHunmlng, Grey UUncd and WUto Vl. Wire «'nl)le 400 Wire IWpc Clip*. Tiirnlmi'UU'H, 24". KollH Chicken Wire .IB". llnbbor Hone, Mnnllit Itopr . Shovcln, Pldu. llnbbor Hone, Mnnllit Itopr . Shovcln, Pldu. Ban, Etc, Aluo lm\p ooniplole olTioc nuifli of licRkx, Flat Iloll 'l\p«, Table*. Flllnir Cubinei, Clinlrs, ««h.| an| Ann -- Al) Rolld golden o*k HntTOiiKliB Addiiid; Mnchliio Itoyal Ko. 10 Tnxswrltcr, etci, The Mill Engineering Construction Go* OPFICK OPP. 0011IVT nOUSFI OX 1JEAVESWOKTO. SIX YA1U) OPP. OITIZI2NS' COAD CX»tPANV. FIBM) 81k Inquire for G. T. Culhane, Waterbury, Ct. THE BEST WAY There are many ways to save money. Only onS way is the BEST. That way has grown up out of the common experience of mankind, it Is the Savings Bank way. It is the evolution of a hundred years of experience. Sta. t an account with us now, DEPOSITS MADE ON OR BEFORE OCT. 9th draw interest from October 1st. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK Savings Department Open Monday Evenings ESTABLISHED 1800 T. L WATSON CO. Private Banker* Interest on Your Checking Account STOCKS and BONDS COR. MAIN AND JOHN STREETS $3,500 Secured $8,000. tred from FIRST MORTGAGE 7% Value $8,000 by First Mortgage on local pioperty valued *t The ample security back of it high yield, and being tax, makes it a most desirable investment, We can furnish mortgages, equally ai tractive, Kinging from $300 and upwards. Pull Particular* on Application to The Title Guaranty Trust Co FUlST-imiUGKI'OHT N.VI ION.U, UANK BJyUG., Hrld(fo|iort, Conn. A. M. WOOSTCR ATTORN KY AT IiAW Form«rly Exmnlntr It. a. l»«unt Offiw PATENTS / I E N D ro« 1Mb kluiu B O O K L E T hi. P A T E N T * )i)tl t Cotlii. JOHNP.KEOGH STOCKS Mnmtxtr Coimnlloiuod Stock ICxchann of Now Yotk. Itiunht «n1 Sold for cmh or r«rrl*4 ·· co i««rvailv« mnncln. Hot nxtoutlMMh ii r. o. AKC-ADK \V. K UumimitiU. Jr. USE TELEGRAM WAN! ADS FOR RESULTS TORFB iNEWSFAFERi

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