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6% REAL ESTATE BONDS
Recommended by a TRUST COMPANY
"grow up with the country" may make more in ten years' holding of gas stocks than in purchasing an industrial which does not have the same past, present, and future. Properly handled, such buying is investment; it is not speculation, for the first requisite must be that the stock is a good thing, irrespective of the chance of appreciation.
Secured by First Mortgages
Guaranteed by a SURETY COMPANY
THE BALTIMORE TRUST COMPANY
AN arrangement has been effected whereby investors may now purchase the 6% Real Estate Bonds of any one of several well established Mortgage Companies, located in several States, each issue secured by
'NDLESSLY varied are the inquiries to First Mortgages that are:
this department. Their nature can
be surmised from these replies: 1. Approved as to investment standard by Every investment made in these bonds THE BALTIMORE Trust COMPANY, is triply secured—first, by the ample cap
Connnecticut: "Your list of securities which has resources of more than
ital resources of one of the Mortgage $50,000,000.
appears to be very well selected and conCompanies mentioned above; second, by 2. Guaranteed as to principal and inter- conservative First Mortgages on com
servative. I note that, with the excepest, except as to title, by The UNITED States FIDELITY & GUARANTY Completed properties; third, by The UNITED
tion of the bank stocks, all your stocks States FIDELITY & GUARANTY COMPANY's PANY, which has resources of more
are preferred; there is no harm in this, than $40,000,000. guarantee of principal and interest on each
but the common stock of a sound com3. Guaranteed as to title by The New mortgage.
pany is practically as safe as a preferred York Title & MORTGAGE COMPANY,
Each bond is certified by The BALTIMORE which has resources of more than
and has, moreover, a better chance of ap-
"The earnings of Winsted Hosiery in The UNITED STATES FIDELITY AND THE UNITED STATES FIDELITY AND GUAR
1924 showed a considerable gain over GUARANTY COMPANY. ANTY COMPANY,
1923. I do not know whether this is
listed locally on Connecticut exchanges Consult Your Own Bank or Banker
or not. The company is in a healthy $500 and $1,000 bonds of any available issue or maturity (1 year to 10 years) may be
financial condition. purchased at par and accrued in terest through your own Bank or Banker, or directly
“Colt's Patent Firearms Manufacturfrom the Bond Department of The Baltimore Trust COMPANY, 25 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md.
ing Company has, as you may know, deWrite for Booklet No. 17
veloped in recent years a side-line, making dish-washing machines. This concern is old and well established. I would suggest that you also investigate to see if the
stock is listed. The Largest Trust Company in the South Atlantic States
"Connecticut Light and Power is, of offering complete banking, trust and investment services
course, a highly rated stock.” Capital Resources
Illinois: “According to reliable infor$7,000,000
mation, the Union Bag and Paper Cor
poration earned its fixed charges 1.79 Note: The 8% Real Estate Bonds advertised above are distributed in New York and New England by The BalTIMORE COMPANY, INC.,52 Cedar Street, New York, N.Y.
times in 1924 as against 3.20 times in 1923. The equity back of the stock remained practically unchanged-i. e., $103 per share in 1924, and $103.15 in 1923.
"In the last half of last year business EASY LIVING
was poor. The company appears, how
ever, to be in sound financial condition. Life's easy in a hotel-you don't have to worry about the state of the coal
It is not expected that dividends will be
resumed till business improves." industry or where you'll ever find some one to take Helga's place. You can be as cozy as a bug in a rug and as independent as a good cook. You don't need
Iowa: "Federal Land Bank bonds, seto increase your expenses nearly as much as you think, either-you can find lected with all reasonable care, are standreally comfortable quarters at a surprisingly low cost.
ard investment securities.” Many of the hotels listed in The Outlook's Classified Section under Pennsylvania: "In regard to CentrifHotels and Resorts are of the residential type. Write them for information ugal Pipe Corporation. about accommodations, or ask the Hotel and Travel Bureau, care of "Analysis of the financial report shows The Outlook, 120 East 16th Street, New York.
that in 1924 there was a deficit of $350,000 as against a surplus of $70,000 in
1923. The earnings per share in 1923 In writing to the above advertisers, please mention The Outlook
Why National Union
Bonds are Safe and Worry-Proof
Insurance, long accepted as the backbone of personal and business credit, has been applied to
certain type of investment security in such a way as to positively safeguard the investor, both as to capital and income. A National Union Mortgage Bond is such a security.
The payment of 100% of the
The “ Standardized Requirements” of the National Union Mortgage Company, in themselves fully protect the principal and interest of these bonds. A copy of these requirements will be sent on request and should convince any investor that every possible protective measure is employed to safeguard National Union Bonds.
were only 25 cents-none, of course, in 1924.
“In 1924 the company received in royalties a total of $326,324; in 1923, $187,735; or an increase of $183,589. Patent amortization in 1924 was $636,364, as against $86,775 in the previous year, or an increase of $549,589. The deficit is thus seen to have arisen from this item.
"To go back of these figures would require considerable investigation. Why don't you write to the company and ask them just what these figures mean?”
Ohio: "As you doubtless know, due to bad conditions in the textile industry, the common dividend of the American Woolen Company has been passed and is, apparently, not likely to be paid for some time. The William A. Wood interests are out; the new management is considered capable and promises economies in administration.
“Whether dividends will be paid on preferred, I do not know. The company has a surplus of $22,000,000. Profit and loss surplus was drawn on last year to the extent of some $12,000,000, due to an operating loss of $4,000,000. It is quite probable that preferred dividends will be maintained, even if paid at first out of surplus. Last year the requirement was $3,500,000.
“We cannot advise you whether to sell or hold.”
Iowa: “You will find bond tables in Yields of Bonds and Stocks,' Johnson, Stone, Cross and Kircher, published by Prentice-Hall, Inc., 70 Fifth Avenue, New York City.”
Greater Safety in Southern Bonds WHETHER an in
vestor chooses Municipal, Corporation or First Mortgage Bonds as best suited to his particular purposes, and whatev. er the rate of return he requires on his money, he is always interested in securing the greatest degree of safety which these conditions will permit. It is a fact, recognized among experienced investors, that in the more rapidly developing sections of the country, such as the South, away from the traditional centers of accumulated wealth, greater safeguards and a higher degree of protection surround investments which return 5%,6% or 7%. Caldwell & Company's long experience in underwriting and distributing sound Southern in vest. ments of every type enables it to offer a diversi. fied selection of bonds combining liberal yield with superior safeguards.
In addition to the insurance against loss by the Surety Companies mentioned above, all mortgages are unconditionally guaranteed by the issuing mortgage companies. Furthermore, every bond is guaranteed, principal and interest, by the National
Union Mortgage Company. $500 and $1,000 6% Coupon nds
FRAUD order has been issued by the
United States Post Office against the Burnham Chemical Corporation of Reno, Nevada, closing the mails to this organization, about which many Outlook readers have inquired. The Searles Lake properties apparently contain potash, but the order was issued because careful investigation and consultation with reputable chemists showed that the claims made were extravagant and because it was alleged that about forty per cent of the money received from investors was disbursed through the medium of promotional costs.—(Abstracted from a bulletin of the Better Business Bureau of New York City.)
NATIONAL UNION MORTGAGE CO.
ESTABLISHED 1899 111 E. Redwood Street, Baltimore, Md.
---COUPON--Mackubin, Goodrich & Co. 111 E. Redwood Street, Baltimore, Md. Gentlemen : Please send me your booklet, "Why a National Union for Safety,"No.55.
Caldwell & Co.
“W HAT do you think,” inquires a
reader in Maine, "of the following bonds as investments? In two weeks I expect to have about two thousand dollars free for investment.” The bonds are: Norway externals, 5Y2s, due 1965;
Southern Municipal, Corporation and
First Mortgage Bonds 1417 Union St., Nashville, Tenn. OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES
City & State
If Your Boy is a
Argentine externals, 6s, due 1959; and
These bonds are investment bonds and
worth owning, provided they can be pur-
chased at prices to yield what is wished.
Money is pretty firm at the present time.
If it goes down, bonds will go up. This, and outside! Gargle with a
however, is out of our province, and in few drops of Absorbine, Jr. shaken into an eighth glass
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This Is Our Work
We endeavor to find the hidden and well-meaning, though inexpert in
capacity or genius of a boy or girl. financial matters. Even if the friends We will aid in planning the educa
tion and general training of children THE ANTISEPTIC LINIMENT happen to be bankers, it is well to check
of special and fine ability. up on their advice. It may be laid down
Sometimes very intelligent children
fail to do themselves justice. There Facts For Investors Investors as a general rule that the most successful
are children who seem to be unTHE OUTLOOK's Financial Service Department
investors are those who make the final naturally "slow" but who would do is at the disposal of all Outlook readers at the
very well indeed if the reason for decision themselves, who do not ask for
that "slowness" were analyzed and nominal charge of $1 per inquiry. It is a fact
corrected. finding and reporting information service which
advice, but for information or suggestion aims to help the investor, small and large, solve --who prefer, in short, to take full re
Sometimes fundamentally fine chilhis own problems. We are serving hundreds. May
dren have had unfortunate experiwe serve you?
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and need to have their whole outlook
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N interesting list of bonds is sug- We should like to make you ac$25,000 in 10 years earns
quainted with the work of The Chargested by an inquirer in New York
acter Clinic, for the normal boy or at 8% State. There is much that could be said girl, where ability may be discovered,
educational troubles smoothed out, about each, but we endeavored to com- and character difficulties--mental, press essential facts into a letter, of moral, and physical-recognized and
turned into character assets. which the following is a portion:
Parents who find themselves deeply
involved in the many problems assailThe Baltimore and Ohio 41/25 of
ing Boyhood and Girlhood may find 28.8% More Principal 1933 are a first lien pari passu with The Character Clinic pointing a way 71.8% More Income
toward the greater happiness and the Refunding and General Mortgage
success of these children. bonds of this company.
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The Great Northern Railway Gen- The Character Clinic let, “2% to 4% Extra.” You can obtain 8% safely in Florida. The eral Mortgage 5s of 1973 are secured
CHARLES K. TAYLOR, Director extra 2% to 4% means a substantial by the property of the system; the gain in money and a great saving in
120 East 16th Street security is good. Moody's rating is time in reaching independence. Mail Aa.
New York City coupon for free booklet and learn your gain by investing at 8%.
The 5s of 1962 of the Chicago and Absolutely'No Medical Questions Considered Western Indiana are secured by a first The Character Clinic,
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ars among Outlook readers. The puzzle is to make a sentence in French) of the
following: CORRESPONDENT of a New York
р tabloid writes to its editor to regis
a ter the following complaint:
From the New York “World:” trees and wanted an apple. As I was about to get one for her a State "A good many years ago, as time is trooper came along and took me to the judged in a world that moves swiftly, justice of the peace, who fined me $20. they gave to one of America's most disThe editor puts this caption on the let- tinguished authors a banquet on the octer:
casion of his seventh birthday.” “$20 FOR AN APPLE”
Don't keep us in suspense. Who was
it? Jackie Coogan?
SITUATIONS WANTED AS companionable house manager to semiinvalid or to assist in adult household like member of fainily. References exchanged. L., 94 Cottage St., New Haven, Conn.
CAPABLE, willing woman as companionhousekeeper, like member of family. Long housekeeping experience; best references. 6,421, Outlook.
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COLLEGE position wanted by university graduate in social sciences. 6,409, Outlook.
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CULTURED, refined Englishman, inature age, commanding several languages, going to Florida, would like to act as tutor, companion, or secretary to family wintering in the South. 6,437, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED teacher desires position as governess. 6,415, Outlook.
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LADY with art training wants a position in a gift shop or tea room and gift shop. Has executive ability and is a good accountant. Address Miss Mabel Olmsted, 66 Maple Ave., Morristown, N. J.
MANAGING housekeeper, capable, conscientious, by woman of refinement. 6,428, Outlook.
POSITION desired as companion or secretary. Good reader; knowledge of ste. nography; kind and attentive. Vicinity Oranges or Moutclair preferred, but not necessary. 6,426, Outlook.
REFINED college woman, 29, healthy, of good appearance, graduate registered nurse, excellent dietitian and good manager, desires to accompany patient or elderly couple on sea voyage. References exchanged. 6,421, Outlook.
REFINED young woman desires position taking care of children. Kind and gentle discipline, capable in sickness. Scotch. $100 a month. 6,398, Outlook.
REGISTERED nurse, experienced, pleasing personality, wishing to spend winter in warm climate, would act as companion or take full charge of infant. Terms moderate. Per. sonal interview desired. 6,438, Outlook.
STUDENT-WRITER. - Young man, agricultural college and university training, desires cultured home. Remuneration not essential. 6,422, Outlook.
SUPERINTENDENT or matron children's home or any institution. Experienced. 6,408, Outlook.
TEACHER of great sympathy and understanding will tutor (Calvert System) children under 8 in their own homes. Brooklyn or New York, Interview requested. 6,413, Outlook.
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WANTED, near, not in, New York, with business couple or small family of simple requirements, practical housekeeper's position by capable woman of refinement in exchange for home and living for self and two normal, attractive children; boy five, girl seven, References given and required. 6,431, Outlook.
WOMAN of refinement as housemother in boarding school, or house mauager in motherless home, one or two children of school age. Experience and references. 6,429, Outlook.
WOMAN, practical nurse, refined, experienced, desires position;matron, housemother, care invalid. 6,433, Outlook.
YOUNG German teacher, college graduate, speaks French, desires position as tutor or governess. References exchanged. 6,417, Outlook.
Youngster—“Five cents' worth of castor oil, please.”
RTHUR JUDSON BROWN as head of Druggist—"The tasteless kind, I pre
the American representation and sume?”
one of its four Presidents, was the most Youngster-"No, sir; it's for father.” prominent American connected with the
Stockholm Conference. Dr. Brown has Charles Fitzhugh Talman has written
been General Secretary of the Presbyan interesting paper, now published in
terian Board of Foreign Missions, in pamphlet form, which was read before
New York, since 1895, and is a member the American Meteorological Society at
of many international and interdenomiWashington earlier in the year. It is on
national commissions and organizations. his experiences in gathering material for
AURENCE LA TOURETTE DRiggs gives Mr. Tal
his views on the controversy beman says:
tween the aviators and the War DepartThere is the way in which words are
ment in a persuasive article in this week's needlessly multiplied, to the embar
issue entitled “The Aviators' Rebellion." rassment of the lexicographer, that
Colonel Driggs, who is President of the one encounters in' recording the names of meteorological instruments. For
American Flying Club and the organizer example, a combination of hygrometer
of the New York State Air Service, inand thermometer is sometimes called a spected the battle-fronts of the Allies “hygrothermometer.”... “Hygrother
during the war as aviation expert.
OLLIN LYNDE HARTT is a frequent "hygrothermometrically.” ... Then,
newspapers and for each "-meter” used in meteorology magazines. He has been on the staffs of there is, as a rule, a “-scope,
the Boston “Transcript," the Chicago "-graph” and a "-gram," and each “Tribune," and the "Literary Digest, "-scope" and "-graph” at least has its and is the author of several books. derivatives. Consider, now, if you please, the possibilities implied in the OHN B. BURNHAM, President of the existence of such a word as "barother- American Game Protective Associamohygroanemometer," actually found tion, has long been in the forefront of the in the catalogue of a well-known French
fight for the protection of wild life. He instrument maker. . . . Figure up presents in this issue an effective argufor yourself how many additions may
ment for placing the protection of our eventually be made to the meteorologi
game in the hands of hunters.
pressure, In its issue of September 30 The temperature, humidity, and wind.
Outlook spoke of Paul Bartlett's "Barothermohygroanemometer” is statue of Benjamin Franklin as located even better than our “valetudinarian- at Westbury, Connecticut. Its actual ism,” favorite in spelling bees.
location is on the lawn in front of the
Waterbury Public Library, at WaterHere is a teaser for the French schol- bury, Connecticut.
MISCELLANEOUS TO young women desiring training in the care of obstetrical patients a six inonths' Diseg' aid course is offered by the Lying-In Hospital, 307 Second Ave., New York. Aids are provided with mainteuance and given a monthly allowance of $10. For further par. ticulars address Directress of Nurses.
CHILD care for winter months. Northern woman of culture, going South for winter, will take care of healthy child for the season. References. 6,407, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED trained nurse, with pleas. ant Long Island home, will board nervous child needing special care. Terms reasonable. 6,418, Outlook,
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