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Active Securities
i ;??/ Ths Associated f'~*ws)
Representative stocks reflected ?pil?
ing pressure during yesterday's dull
?rd uneventful session, with a pre?
ponderance of w.o?,>r*<<> losses at the
close. The reactionary trer.d was
again asci bed to domestic develop?
ments, foreign advices being accepted
i? distinctlj encouraging,
Secret*?*. McAdoo's recommenda?
tions calling for a doubling of w-ar
WxPy, In the coming year and the de?
cision of the government to control
attribution of iron and steel accounted
in large measure for the sagging ten?
dency manifested ' y war shares.
Rails wore extremely fl-.iggi.--h. The
protests of an influential element of
hollers of such securities against the
ic-called standard contract devised by
tte government attracted wide atten?
tion.
I Pools abandoned their tactics to pull
? prices npward in equipments and to?
baccos and the further delay in an?
nouncing the terms of the Mercantile
; Marine deal prompted occasional of
| ferings of shippings.
Motors and leathers were the objects
of intermittent professional activity
' at higher prices, but seasoned indus
i trials, including steels and copperB,
'. were irregular to heavy, U. S. Steel
i closing at a loss of 1*H points.
Publication of the crop report in the
I last hour was without effect upon
I grangers or other railway shares.
! Reading and other coalers soon for
! felted temporary rallies.
Bonds, including Liberty issues,
I were firm, but contracted as to oper
! ations. Tokio 5s gained a point, but
i Paris 6s yielded a fraction. Old U. S.
issues were unchanged on call.
Yesterday's Transactions in Listed Stocks
ill sto k* tjuvfrd dollars per share. Annnal dividend rate, also in dollars
ter ?h?re. is b.?i<
High. Lev-. Div.
? -. R i- .
ed on inst regular ra^meni.
59*
?76
37
iOh.
97
Vr2
4S'/s
15
12' s
42%
:134
86%
11c
145
100%
109'4
170
eo%
96%
31'/2
71%
8?
12C4
64*4
101%
57
57'2
93
1C1'2
96
94
106%
48'4
26
16'8
33i/2
45/2
IWz
62%
150
3S
73%
107
95
60%
25
473-4
791-4
95
61
7VA
17%
47%
541/2
35
95
4334
993b
74%
33%
6434
17%
35
39
153
( V .
I734
34*%
89 4
66%
25
1 ^
50
261 j
69 a
5?' 2
9S
60%
81
95%
140! 2
r?:
20'
59:
81
973
58
56^
20
5
7
8
6
10
5
90' 2
7-'!?
7 %
96!/2
3S3?
21
6'/a
16'/2
35' 3
12
36
135
13
61' '2
102' 2
681.
493,4
I8/2
37%
65%
89 %
46
56'4 7
?J4J '_
36;. 2 4
343 ;; 3
283,4 4
67% 6
29% ?
W/2 7
52 ?
27/2 ?
33 2
14 ?
23! 3 ?
31 4
12734 8
7
12
4
4
7
7
6
ts Ex .
Alaska ("old Mine
Allis-Chalmers Co
American Can Co
Am C;.:t Co pr
Am Car & Fdy Co
Am Cotton Oil
Am Hide & Leather
Am H & I. pr
American Linseed
Am Linseed pr
Am locomotive
Am Smelting
American Su'.rar
Amor Sumatra .
Am Sum Tob pr
Am To! & Tel
Arn Tobacco
Am Wool . 1200
Am Wool pr . 100
Am Writing Paper pr.. 100
Anaconda . 54C0
Atchison . 300
Atl Gulf & W 1. 1700 10G
Atl G & W I pr. 300 61
Baldwin Loco Co .26400
Bait & Ohio . 1200
Bait & Ohio pr
Barrett Co ....
Parrot* Co pr
Bethlehem Steel
Beth Steel C'ass B.
P.cth Stool 8th pr ..
Bklyn Pap Tran
B(?oth Fisheries Co
Brunswick
Butte & Sup Copper.
California Packing .
Cal Petroleum
Cal Pel pr .
Canadian Pacific
Certainte?
Central Leather ..
Central Leather pr
Chandler Motors
Chesapcal.e & Ohio...
Chicago Gt West. pr..
Chicago M & St P...
Chicago M & St P pr.
Chicago & Northwest
Chic It I &? Pac 6% pr
Chic R 1 & P 7% pr..
Chile Copper
Chino Con Copper. 3400
Col Fuel & Iron. 11C0
Col Gas & Elec. 100
Cont Can . 400
Corn Products . 2700
Corn Products
Crucible Steel ....
Cuba Cane Sugar..
Distillers Securities
Erie .
Erie 1st pr.
Gaston Williams
General Electric Co..
Net
Open. High. Low. Close, chge.
80
93' 4
34%
43J/4
971/a
IS34
S3?.
56%
47*2
31%
K?!/a
45%
31
97J/4
48%
34%
103
91%
62%
18%
100
32V3
64%
26
102%
3354
61 .
11%
6</2
24%
33
18%
W/2
?1%
21%
243..,
7534
45%
108% 102
811/?
79
74
86
25'/a
04
92
10
38 -
42%
6% -
35 Vz ?
21 ?
8li%
24/2 ?
25?/2
83
41
29
100
7334
55
12
94
23|/2
51
19
79
26%
? 431/4
7i/2
4%
20
2634
13'/2
3714
43''4
17%
17
67i/a
27
6
10
7
1'/2
4
7
14134 106% 12 Genera! Motors. 11100 12234
General Motors pr
Granby Mining ...
Great Northern pr
Gt Northern Ore subs. .
flask & Barker Car Co.
Illinois Central .
International Agricul..
Int Agricul pr.
Inspiration Copper .3400
Intcrboro-Cons Corp .. 210O
Interbor-Cons Corp pr. 100O
Int Mer Marine ,
Int Mor Mar pr .
Internat Paper .
Internat Nickel ,
Jewell Tea pr ..
Kelly Springfield
82?
74%
89/2
31%
42?4
95%
18
561/3
48
8
40
2734
27900 101% 103J4
700 35/2 35%
500 28
300 921/s
300 471/8
Kennecott Copper ..... 1100 *31'/2
Kress & Co pr._ 100 103
Lacknwanna Steel. 1900
89
42%
47/4
65
43'/4
97/2
68%
II/4
H
98
119
68%
26%
"%
%
100
91
80'/,
11
21
156
18'/4
39
7l/4
88%
26
W/a
?'/i
160
35J/8
4?/4
43/?
39%
34
?9
? 42
22%
61
93
100[ a
44'/2
229?
701-e
72%
92%
7o;/8
63
6/4
15/3
135'/4
15%
25/4
39
8O/2
20%
33%
341/4
12%
130'/2
Lehigh Valley . 700
Lee Rubber & Tire_ 100
Manhattan Elev. 30
Maxwell Motor. 200
Maxwell Motor 1?t pr .. 800
Maxwell Motor 2d pr... 300
Mexican Petroleum .... 30C0
Miami Con Copper ... 60O
Midvale Steel . 6600
Minn & St Lonis new . 100
Missouri Kan & Tex ... 200
Missouri Pacific ........ 700
National Acme ..-. 100
Nat Con & Cable - 100
Nat Enam & Stpg. 100
National Lead . 300
Nevada Con Copper ... 700
Now Or Tex & Mex ... 200
New York Central _ 1500
N V N II & II. 7900
Norfolk & West . 200 103
Northern Pacific _ 100 86
Ohio Gas ..... 800
Ontario Silver . 600
Pennsylvania K R ...-. 300
Tec Gas & Coke. 200
Pierce Arrow. 2l00
Pierre Arrow pr ....... 100
Pittsburgh Coal _ 600
500
400
100
84/2
59
17
99'/2
26/2
54
19/2
92
27/s
49
10/4
5/a
23%
293/4
141/2
50
58
19%
21
71%
40%
37
11
43%
44
3814
97
48/2
29
70'/a
93
- "Pitts & West Va .
6 fjHtta ? West Va pr_
7 Pressed Steel Car pr..
8 'Pullman Pal Car Co... 100 115
Ry Steel Spring. 300 53%
Kay Con Copper. 1800 23%
Reading. 16900 87%
Key Iron & Steel. 5200 83
Rep I & S pr. 300 100
Royal Dutch . 100 89
Savage Arms. 100 72
Saxon Motors .-. 800 7%
Seaboard Air Line pr .. 500 20%.
Sean Poebuck. 400 134
28
92/a
47/a
31/2
103
84 '/a
59/a
17
99'/2
26I/2
543/4
19%
92%
27/8
49
10/4
5/8
23%
20%
14/2
50
58
19-%
21
72
41/4
103
86
37!/-?
111.4
43%
44
39
97
49
29/a
71
93
115
53%
23/a
88%
84
100
89
72
8
20/a
82%
74%
89/2
31%
423/4
96%
17'/a
56
48
8
39/4
2734
IOI/4
35/a
27%
92
47
31/s
103
84/a
59
17
991/2
26/a
54
19/2
92
26%
47%
10%
5/8
23/4
2934
14/2
60
58
19/a
21
71/4
401/4
82%
74%?
89/2
31%
42'%?
96"%?
17/8?
66 ?
48/4? 34
8/3? %
39/4+ 1/4
28/4 +
102%+ %
35/2- 1/4
2794- /a
92 + 33/4
47'/8- %
31/4- Vz
103 -
84/4? 1%
59/8
17 + 1
99/2
26/2+ Vz
54/2+ 1/2
19%+ '/4
92*/4
26%
48 -
10/4?
5/a?
23/2 +
29%?
14/2?
50 ?
68 ?
19/4
21 ?
71%
41/4 +
1
8
%
/4
Va
Vz
Vz
V?
Va
Va
i
V4
102/4 102/4? V/k
Shattuck Ariz . 200
134/a 134
UO-H 136/a 10
Sinclair Oil.
Slow-Shell St I & Iron..
Southern Pacific .
Southern It R .
Studebaker .?.
Superior Steel .
Tenn Copper Chera....
Tex & Pac Land Truat?
Texas Company ...? M
200
100
800
1000
30200
200
800
16
28
65
83
24
42%
39/a
18/4
100 150
16
28
65
83
241,4
45/s
39/a
I8/4
150
500 146/a 147
16
28
65
83
2334
41 Vz
39/a
1734
150
146
16
28
65
83 ?
23%?
44%+ 2%
39/a- Vz
18J4+ /4
150 +19/a
147 + 1
1/2
Va,
Vz
High. Low. Div.
1918. irj.8. Rate.
21% 16 ? Third Ave R li.
65'/2 48b2 6 Toh Product? .
65!4 40 4 Twin City Kap Tran..
126'/2 IO934 10 Union Pacific .
83% 8 United Cifrar Stores...
114 16 U S Ind Alcohol.
51 ? IT 8 Kubber.
95 8 U 8 Rubber 1st pr.
86!/2 5 U S Steel.
112% 108 7 U S Steel pr.
87I/2 763^ 10 Utah Copper .
49% 3334 3 Va Carolina Chem.
98 8 Va Carolina Chem pr. . .
39'/a 4 WaUash pr A.
85% 7 West Pacific pr.
38'/2 3'/2 WePtlnfrhouse Mfg _
45'/^ ? Wilson Co .
I5?/2 1 Willys Overland .
75 7 Wllys Overland pr.
34 - - Worthlnfton Pump & M
59 6 Worth Pump & M pr...
?Ex dividend.
Sales. Open. High
100 17% 17l/2
4-100 60% 62
100 40 40
2100 120% 12C34
1400 91% 93
2600 121 12134
7C0 56 % 561';,
200 102% 1021/2
81800 98'/3 98%
500 110 HO'
1100 78l/a 78%
1100 48 48%
1C0 107 107
100 41% 41'/a
6O0 90' a 90'/a
200 41% 4134
1200 :>8'-4. 58%
10800 191a 1934
COO 81 81 '
200 471/2 47J4
20O 67!/a 67%
Net
. Low. Close, chge.
17l/2 i7i/2_ i/2
6014 61 ? %
40 40 -
120 120%? '/2
9II/2 92%+- Vz
120"a 121 ? 1'/2
55% 56%? %
102% 102'/2? %
97% 97/2? 1%
110 110 -
78 78% + V/e
48 48% -f- '/a
107 107 -i- 1
411/2 411/2? 1
90 90 4- %
41% 41%? %
56% 56%? 1%
13% 19%+ %
81 81?1
471/a 47'/2 4- 1/2
67 67 + %
U. S. Government Bonds
(New York Stock Exchange Quotation?)
(Closing Quotations)
i Friday,
i liberty 3VjS... 93.70? 99.74
do 1st 4a_93.85? 93.90
I do 2d 4s. 93.84? 93.88
do 3d 4V4s... 96.14? 96.18
! 2s, rep, 1930. . 93 ? 9834
I 2s, coup, 1930.. 98 @ ?
8s, reg. 1918.. 99 @100
3s, coup, 1018.. D9 @ 100
3s. reg, li?46.. 83 @ ?
| Ss, coup, 1946. .83 @ ?
; 4s, reg, 1925. .105% ?107
I 4s. coup, 1925. .1053-4 C?107
2b, Pan, '38, re? 97 @ ?
i 2s, Pan, '38, cou 97 @ ?
8s, Pan, "61, reg 85 ? ?
Ss, Pan. '61, cou 85 @ ?
Thursday.
99.70? 99.74
[email protected] 93.90
93.84? 93.88
96.14? 96.18
98 ? 983,4
@ ?
@100
?100
@ ?
@ ?
98
99
99
83
63
105% @107
1053,2 ?107
97 @ ?
97 ? ?
85 @ ?
85 ? ?
Range for Liberty Bonds
High. Low.
Liberty 3'?s. 99.70 99.64
do 1st 4s. 94.50 94.46
do 2d 4s. 94.40 93.94
do 3d 414s. 96.62 96.14
(Sales)
U S Liberty 3Vie ?U S Liberty 2d 4s
Last.
99.70
94.48
94.40
96.62
86,000...
3,000.
10,000.
20,000.
2,000.
20,000.
223,000.
98,000.
147.000. 99.66
18,000.99.64
1,000. 99.66
29,000.99.68
335,000. 99.70
1,000. 99.68
5,000. 99.70
69.70'
99.68J
99.66
99.70!
99.66!
99.631
99.70!
99.63!
210,000. 94.24
10,000. 94.26
40,000. 94.24
1.000. 94.22
27,000. 24.24
25,000. 94.30
1,000. 94.32
10,000. 94.34
5,000. 94.36
50,000. 94.34
35,000. 94.36
35,000. 94.33
11,000. 94.40
61,000. 94.40
Total_$1,970,000
Total.$989.000! U S Liberty 4%s
U S Liberty 1st 4 s
15.000. 94.46!
40,000. 94.50!
l.OicO. 94.461
1,000. 94.48!
Total.$57,000!
U S Liberty 2d 4s
193,000. 93.94
80,000. 93.98'
10,000. 94 I
21O.O00. 94.041
137,000. 94.06?
30,000. 94.10!
25,000. 94.12?
1,000. 94.141
20.000. 94.22
50,000. 94.24
35,000. 94.20
10,000. 94.22
9,00. 94.20
1,000. 94.18
1,000. 94.20!
101,000. 94.26!
11,000. 94.28
74,000. 94.26'
62,0o0. 94.22'
6,000. 94.161
32,00(1. 94.14
1,000. 94.16
8,000. 94.20
8,000. 94.18
6,000. 94.22
10,000. 94.26
10,000. 94.28
21.000. 94.30
13,000. 94.32
5,000. 94.34
37.000. 94.32
11,000. 94.30
11,000. 94.241
3,000. 94.221
1,000. 94.20!
18,000. 94.18!
16,000. 94.16!
35,000. 94.18!
125,000. 94.20!
6,000. 94.221
5,000. 94.241
6,000. 94.261
94,000. 96.16
96.20 I
96.14
96.16
96.18
96.20 !
96.36
2,000.
20,000.
1 000.
43,000.
26,000.
10,000.
4r,.(HiO. 96.50
10,111111. 96.40
10,000. 96.42
94,000. 96.44
32,000. 96.46
1,000. 96.40
IS,000. 96.44
60,000. 96.46
5,000. 96.54
15.000. 96.58
60,000. 96.56
3,000. 96.58
30,000. 96.54
4,000. 96.56
32.000. 96.52
15,000.
79,000.
60,000.
53,000.
11.000. 96.56
45.000. 96.50
10,000. 96.48
28,000. 96.43
96.54
98.56
96.60
96.53
96.50
96.52
96.54
96.58
96.60
58,000
3,000.
5,000.
206,000.
3,000.
4,000. 96.54
10,000. 96.50
37,000. 96.44
50,000.._ 96.52
119,000. 96.50
11,000.96.48
10,000.96.46
50,000
31,000.
110,000.
3,000.
1,000.
10,000.
Total. ..
? <m
96.48
96.52
96.60
96.56
_ 96.60
.... 96.62
.$1,645,000 i
Foreign Government and Mu?
nicipal Bonds
Am Foreign S 5s '?
9,000. 96%
5,000. 97 I
1,000. 97?/8?
Anglo-French 5s
21,000. 91%!
3,000. 91 (#1
13.000. 91%
20,000. 911/4'
1,000. 91%
500. 91 I
35,000. 91%!
8,000. 9114!
1,000. 91%:
5,000. 911/4!
10,000. 9t%1
20,000. 911V
500. 91/2!
City of Bordeaux 6a
86 000. p,9 I
5,000. 89/2'
City of Lyons 65 I
4.000. OS's!
4,000. 89 I
City of Marseilles fis I
12,000. 89
4,000. 89'/;.!
City of Paris Cs
2,000. 84341
3,000. 84i/,|
10,000. 85%!
500. 85'/,!
2,000. 84%!
City of Tokio 6s
1,000. 79
9.000.80
Dom of Can 6s
102G
1,000.92/2
1931
1,000.91%
French Govt B'/is
79,000. 98'/8
2,000. 07%
61,000. 98
U K of Gt Brit & I 5s
5.000. 99-V3
2,000. 993/1 i
39,000. 99sa
do 5>'s 1919
10,000.97'/d ,
Now
14,000. 99'.a :
do 5V>s 1021
1,000. 94'?', !
13,000. 9434
1.000. 941', |
3,000. 941/3
N Y City 4'Ab 1937
November
1,000. 99%
do 4V.S 1963
4.?00. 99%
do 4%s 1966
2,000.100
do 4'is 1960
1,000.94
(Quotations)
Argentino Gov 69 1920)Externnl Rus Gov 6V?s
96%@ 971/2 37 ? 41"
do 5s 1009 Jap Gov 4M-? 1925
81/2? 82'/2 83%? 86
Canadian 6s Aug '19 j do sterling loan 4s
9B%? 96
do 6s 1937
90'/[email protected] 92
Chinea? Gov Ry 5s
62 ? 65 I
City of Tokio fis 1912
76 @ 79!/2l
Cuban Rep 5s 1901
98 ? ?
do ser A 1949
92 @ 93
do 41.4s 1940
72 ? 73%
Manitoba 6s 1920
95 @ 97'/a
Mex gen 5a 1800
40'/[email protected] ?
do 4s 1954
31 ? 40
|Montreal City 5s 1018
99'/>?100
(Newfoundland 5s 1019
05 ? 97
1 Norway C? 1923
80'/[email protected] 82% 102 @103'/?
Cuba 6s 1018 IQuabeo City 5s 19o0
99'/[email protected]'/2; 94 ? 97
Internal Rus Gov 5Vis(Quebec Prov 5s 1020
87 @ 90 I 94 @ 07
do external 6'^9 '21: Swiss gen 5? Mar 1920
36 @ 39 I 101'/[email protected]
Am
Am Ag Ch deb 5s
23,000.93
Am Smelting 5a
2,000.87
T & T col 5s
1,000. 90 I
1,000. 89%i
1,000.90 I
2,000. 893,4
1,000.90 I
do col 4s
2.000. 81'/?!
A T & S F gen 4* |
1,000. 81 I
2,000. BOH!
1,000. 80 i
Atl 0 L 1st con 4s !
4.000.80-%!
do L & N 4s
I.OOO. 70 1
1,000.70%
3.000.70 I
Bait & O evt 4%?
10.000. 79%
do gold 4s
1,000...... 7e%
Long Islnnd 5s 1037
1.000. 74
M?inhnttnn Ry 4s tax
exempt
5,000. 7634.
Minn & St L 4s
3.000.46
M St P & S S M 4s
4.000. 843,,,
1,000. 84!, 2
Mo Pac Ken 4s
1,000. 581/.
1,000. 67%
22,000. 58
2,000. 57*8
2,000. 68
Montana Pwr 5s
?.oon. 89
3.000. 88x4
National Tube 5s
1,000. 95
N Or? T & Mex 6?
1,000. 93
do 5?
4,000.47V?
5.000. 47
Beth Stet?! i> m 6s ?N Y
2,"on. 83 I
Brnden Copper 6s
1,000. 90 I
Bklyn Rnp Tr 5 p cl
notes 1"!8
18 ooo. 953?
2,000. 95%
Bklyn i: Gas 5s
1,000. 90
Gen Leather 5s
1,000. 95'4
1,000_
Ches & I con
Gen dob 6s
1,000. 95
9434
04%
94'/.
94%
?too.
3,00c
1,000.
4,000.
2,000
rfg 4 '/as
1,000 . 82
C ?? St L deb 4s
1,000. 64
N Tl & H cvt fis
12.000. 87
95'/2'N Y Rya rfg 4s
16.000.
do
U Y
N Y
97
81'/a
IN Y AV & Bost 4'As
do cvt 5s I 10,000. 51'/2
11.000. 80% 3.000. 52
0.000. 80 iNorf So 5s ser A
do joint 4s 2,000. 63
ir,,i*on. 93%lNorth Pacific 4s
o -5 <", Z i o A A A
1,000. 93r'
2,000. 933.4''
M &. St P rfg 4'-'.s!
1,000. 67%l
1,000. 67'/2i
2,000.80%
500. 81
do 3n
0,000. 69
16,000. 59%
& Nwn gen 4s ! Or S Line 1st 6s
1,000. 80% 5.000.102%
Chicarro Ry
1,000. 81
C R I & P rfg 4s
2,000. 67%
] ,000. 67%
2,000. 67%
1.000_.. 67/B
C St P M & O 3V.S I
2.000.84%l
C ? West Ind 4s I
1,000. 65%l
0 0 C & St L gen 4s
1.000. 63%
Clev S L 4Us
1.000. 86%
Col & So rfg 4i?s
Penn 4U.s 1921
1,000. 98%
do tren 4 V?a
5,000. 88%
1,000. 88%
Peo & E 1st 4s
1,000. 51%
Readinir gen 4a
1.000.83
R I Ark ? L 4%s
7,000. 66%
St L I Mt & S 5s
1,000. 92%
do 4s Riv & G div
9.000. 693/i
2.000. 70
1.000. 71%! St L & S F 4s ser A
Con Gas cvt 6s
1.000.100 I
Corn Prod 5s 1931 I
2,000. 98%!
Den <ft R R con 4s I
1R.0O0. 68
6,000. 69
Detr U Rys 4V2?
3.000.72%
Distiller* S C 5s I
1.000. 86%'
Dul Mis * N 5s I
1.000. 96%!
Erie yen Hen 4s
3,000. 54/2'
do cvt 4s ser D
1.000. 62%l
Gen Elec 3%a !
6,000. 73
H & M rfg 5s se- A
10.000. 60%
13.000. 61 !
10,000. 607?!
lO.ooo. 603-41
5.000. 607/n'
S.000.611/d]
2.000. 60%!
do ndi inc
2.000. .
2.000. 591.'
1,000. 59%
8,000. 59%
do 5? ?er B
8,000. 74%
do nd.i 69
17.000. 67%
2,000. 67'4
1,000. 67'/2
do inc 6s
10,000. 48
Scnb Air L rfg 4b
1,000. 56%
do ad? 5s
1.000. 54%
l.oon. 551/,
2,000. 5534
3,'JOO. 5514
So Car * Ga 5a
3.000. 98
So Pacific cvt 53
fi.000.91'/.
943.?
22.000.
2.000.
2,000.
3'.000.
15.000.
5,000.
1 Odd.
1.0O0.
4,000 .
Indiana Steel 5s
2.000.
Til Cen ?ft c StL & I
N O joint 4s '
3.O00. 88
Intbo-Mft. 4'?s I
IS.000. 51 !
1.000. 513-41
'?'.000 . . . 5?l/>!
5.000. 53 !
4.OHO. 52%l
Intbo R T rfg 5s |lj
1,000. R0%!
5.000. 81 'U
1.000. 81'/8!
Int M Marine 6s I
1.000. 97r'i.!
5.000. 973/,l U
ir;,ooo . 98%l
5.000. 98 I
1,000 . . 98I-?I
3 000. 98%!
Ft S & M 4s
000. 67
3.000
7.000.
do rvt 4s
22.000.
do rf!r 4a
; 1.0(10.
23%'Southern Ry 5a
24 ? 3.000.
91'4
91
90
do 4?
5.000. 90/4
- -%'
24 I
23% 2.000. 62%
24 I 3,000. 62%
23% Texas Co cvt 6s
2?34l 2.OOO. 98%
23%?ThIrd Av rfg 4s
54%
K C
Kan
Kan
2,ooo.
do ndi
:,.ooo. 3514
1,000. 35
Union Pncific 1st 4s
2,000. 86
1.000. 851/2
do cvt 4 s
'l.ooo. n-7
500. 86
do rff 4s
1,000. 78
S Realty & I 5s
2,000. 52
S Robber 6s
1,000.100*4,
IO.000.100%
1,000.101
S Robber 5s
5,000.80
G.O00. 80%
2.000. 80%
1 fi.000. 80
|U S Steel sf 5s
l'OOO
9734
82'/2
CMv So 5s I West Pacific Ga
.000.7914 3 000.
City Ter 4s (West Shore 4s
3.000. 78 i 7.000. 76%
Lake Shore 4s 1931 I 5 000. 76
1.000. 83 !West Union 5s
Ligtre't ??? M 7s ! 1,000. 93%
2.000.11114! Y'ilson ft Co fis
do 5s 2.000 ... 951/,
1,000. 91%' 7,000. 95'
1,000. 91 |
J
Note.?Tli? Tribune assumes no responsi?
bility for tho accuracy or authenticity of curb
r,"-' ? nuotuHon Tranwilons and price?
F'idiy vero rerorted as follows?
industri?is
Sale?.
6500
200
500
1500
$00
1000
500
600
450
100
50
1000
25
600
100
125
100
1000
1700
300
160
2500
2300
45?0
1%
35%
181 ?
47
O oen
?Aetna Explos. 14/2
Br-A Tob coup 17%
?Car Licrht & P 2%
Chevrolet Mot. 124
?Cuprite-Es Sul. 1%
?Cuprite Sulph
Curtis? Aero.. .
?Eastern Vend.
?Electric Gun..
Keystone T Se R
?Lima Loco. . .
?Maxim Mun. .
?Pittsburgh R..
?Poulsen Wirel 13%
?Repub Mot Tr 3934
?St Jossph Ld. 14%
?Standard Mot, 12%
Sob Boat v t c. 16
?Thlogen . 5
?II S Aeroplane 2%
?U S Lt * Ht 2%
?United Motors 27
V S Steamship 6%
?Wr-M Aircraft 10
30
%
. High. Low
14% 13%
17% 17%
2% 2%
127 123
1% 1ft
1% 1
35% 34%
18/1 18'4
47 47
Last
13%
17%
2'/'.
127
U
1/1
34'/
2
oJa
a
%
30
13%
39%
ft
30
12%
39%
14% 14%
12% 12%
16% 16
t'a
2%
2%
27
6%
9%
2'4
27'.;
63.3
10
18
47
ft
30
13%
29%
14%
12%
16 %
4%
2%
2%
27 V?
6%
9%
Standard
Sales, Oprn.
10 ?Ohio Oil -?
30 ?Prairie P Line. ?
95 ?Sinn O (N Y) ?
60 ?Knion Tank L ?
Othe* Oil Stock*
Sales.
1500
4800
10000
2.Mor
100
200
16000
6O0
800
500
700
7200
100
6500
600
58101
12000
COOO
175
200
600
ron
2000
looo
600
8000
311O.1
48o
pr.o
Open. H
?Al'en Oil _
Arn Vent Oil 17
Igh.
?tAppalach 01, -
?Barnett O &? G
Cosden & Co..
?Elk Basin Petr
?1 Earn Oil Corp
?Federal Oil.. ..
?Glenrock Oil..
'Globe Oil . ...
Hanover O ,v R
UouMon Oil.
7
ft
7
0'a
5
2? :,
3%
1
3%
63%
Int Petroleum 13%
4^
Island Oil & T
?Kinney Oil . .
?Merritt O Cor. 25%
Met Potroleom. 1 t'i
?iMidwest Oil.. 103
?Midwest Ref..109
?Min Wells Pet 2%
?tN Y-Chino 0. 42
?N Y-Okla Oil. %
?tNorthwct Oil 62
???Oklahoma Oil
Okla Pr & Ref.
Okmulgee P&R,
tOmar O & G..
?I'enn-Ky Oil.
?Penn Pet & R.
7
8%
33
5','i
66%
13%
? 4
28%
"a
109
1 10
2%
42
%
63
3
7%
6%
33
5%
1
Low.
ft
15
7
%
7
6%
5
2%
3%
1
3
i 63
13%
4%
Last.
%
17
7
-*
f,'a
6
2%
l8
3
66
13%
4%
%
25% 26%
108
108
/%
42
%
62
2%
7
4%
31
6%
?es
109
2%
42
%
63
3
7%
5
32
6%
ales (
8200 ?nice Oil
Open. HI
?
;>"
Ifh.
k
? liOoo ?tTexana O & R 85
10000 "fTuxpom St. O 3
8"0 ?-Lin W Oil new I??
16000 tVacuiirii G f, O "ft
730 ?Vie O new stk 4
1%
93
3
1%
4A
Low,
B?.
r?;
V
85
Z!4
19?
L-lst.
A
500'Sapulpa O&R 8% 8% 8% S'n
1000 Soquoyoh O & K il U % U
0UO ?tlUiitou Oil... 1I4 1% 1% 1%
93
3
8?
Mining Stocks
Low. Bant.
55 55
(30 60
Ai ft
6 G!'2
6ft
sate?. Open H iiih.
2600 *fAl-B Col Met 5:) 60
?00 *TAmerica Min. 60 60
1000 ?Am Tin & T. *? %
2300 ?tAUanU _ 6</* ?"'2
???00 ?Aurora Sil M. 6^4 5% [/ft tjft.
4500 Bis Lc..1ko Cop ift 1 w V 0 1ft
8000 i Host & Mont. 49 51 49 50
Too Brad Cop M. . Vz V2 '2 "2
8800 ?tCaledonla ...39" 41 39 40
3200 ?Uni & Jer... Hi VA 1/s 1/4
100 Canada Cop... 1i? VyB 1% 1 %
600 *C SMA-M (an) >;$ f? ft, i?
100 ?Coco luv Min 2 2 2 2
900 Con? Cop Min. C?i b"ft 6% G'/2
100 ?Copper Val.. 'I ta ft? ft?
2000 Creasen O (i.. 4ft> ????? 4/a 4'?a
5000 ??El Saiv Si!.. 73 73' 71 72
CO11O ?Emma Con^. . .7? in ft j7j
COo ?Eureka C M. It} 118 1?? 1 it
750 ?'Col-Ion H M. Vi 'A Vi Vz
2000 ?fGoldfleld Mer 2 2 2 2
25000 ??H (i M (npj 50 62 50 61
350Hecla Min_ 4% 4,v 4>? 4%
13200 ?tHpy M & M. 24 25% 24 25! z
7600 ??lnt Mina?. ..12 12 11 12
200 ?Jer V (n p). & ft ft ft
3200 ?tLib Sil (a p) 3D 35 35 35
200 Louisiana Com Va /z /a '/a
4000 ?Monster Chief. 7 8 7 8
8000 ?tMothr-r I.ode. 38 39 37 33
16000 ?fNat Leaning. 2'/2 3 2/a 3
3000 ?rNat /. & I,d 21 22 21 22
200 ?New Cornelia. 18*4 18/4 I8I/4 18!-i
500 Nixon Nevada. 55 55 55 55
1200 -Ohio Copper.. % |? ?3 7s
1100 ?Onondana Min 3</2 3"% 3/z 3'/2
400 ?Ray Hercules M 4'.4 4% 'Hi 4%
4500 fliex Con Min. 7!/a 8 7/2 3
6500 fRochester Min 42 43 42 43
2100 ?Silver Eissure S t? il % ii
1.100 ?tSilver PI Con. 71 72 71 72
300 Standard Sil-Ld ft ft ft A
1000 Stewart . A ^ ft rf,
l!>00Tonopah Exten. 1% 1ft 1J4 l/2
1500 ?tTroy-ArUona. 16 16 15 15
3350 United Eastern. 3^B 3% 314 3'/2
1000 ?tUSLAZ(ap). 23 25 23 25
8500 ?tWard M A M. 16 25 16 25
10500 tWcBt End Con 93 V/B 98 1 ft
limO Wftite Caps M. % j,a y a?
600 tWilbert Min.. 11 OC 11 ?/2 11l/2 11'/^
Bonds
Sales (000 omitted. Opon. High. Low. Last.
$5 ?Am T & T 1-y fis 993/, 993i 993-4 993-4
1 ?Beth St 5s 2-y n 98|/4 98', 4 931-4 93'4
40 ?Can Gov 5s _ 96J/4 9614 96!'4 96'/4
6.7 Chicago El 0s... 25 25 25 2o
150 Fed Farm L 5s. . 101'/2 101 "Va 101-ty 1015fc
15 ?Gen El fis n '20 9934 9934 9934 993-^
5 ?Proc & G 7s '22.101 101/2 101 101i/2
?Unlisted. fSell cents per share.
?
Consolidated Exchange
[Unit of trade on this exchange, 10 shares]
Transactions and prices yesterday for the
more active shares follow :
Sales. Open. Hifth. Low. Last.
?110 Am Sm & Ref. 74 74 73% 733/g
4130 Baldwin Loco.. 8578 86% 8514 85-"-a
900 Beth Steel B... 803/fJ 807'a 79-v? 805,
610 Con Motors_122"is 125% 121(4 125
2340 Int M M pf...1013.4 103 ' 101 ?A 102
400 N Y N H & H 40% 41/4 40/4 40%
1390 Reading . 88 88% 873/4 873J
15510 U S Steel. 93"/4 98'/4 97i/4 97r'B
400 Wiliys-Over... . 19'/a 1934 19/a 19%
BONDS
f2100 Liberty 3Vis. . . 99.68 99.68 99.50 99.60
1050 do 1st 4s_94.44 94.50 94.44 94.50
900 do 2d 4s_93.98 94.20 93.94 94.20
100 do 4 ??.s.95.44 96.44 96/14 96.44
IM.
32'
Adams Exp
AU? Iluiueiy
do pr ....
Alas Uold .
Alaska Jun
AUls-Chal .
Ain Hill* Noto
do pr . 42 '.'a
Am Ag Ch .. 8'li/j
do pr . H3'/a
Am beet Sug 6HS?
do pr . ?0
Ani UI;o S?ioo &0
pr
151
p;>
Amer Caji .. h-?'/?
do pr . U4'/4
Am Car & Fy 7t)rs
ito pr . ?
Am Cot Oil. 333/4. -ll'U'lx.-'iig')
do pr . 72 ^ ?" '
Am I express . 88'/j
Am little & I, U'-2
do pr
Anier Ico
33
do pr . 45
Int Corp 54 53
ked.) Bid. Asked.
70 j.Iewp'.l Tea pr ?2 ?
l4'/a Kayser 1st pr. 50 CO
35 liana City 8u I7"2 l8'/a
I?'?1 do pr . ?ill 53
I'/a Kelly Sprutlld 4ii3;4 47'/?
32'/al do pr . 73 81
38 Keisey Wheel. 25 30
45'/2 do pr . 83 92
88 ?Keimocott Cop 31 3l'/<
96'AlKeo & D M .. 2 7
C7'/ai do pr . ? 50
83 ?Kinifs Co B L !)0 U2l/3
09 I Kress .^ Co . 55 57
70 ? do pr .103 103/a
45 ll.aekawajina . 84','a 85
ll.aciedo Gas.. 82 88
Lake E i* W 8 lO'/j
113" do pr . 16 24
Valley 59 59'/?
Ue Hub i T 17 18
09 I,ig & Myors.150 170
I4*8; do pr .100 102
71% Lse-Wls 1st pr 85 U8
33!^; do 2d pr .. 83 ?
49%|LoriUard, F ..105
do pr
. I?.
Am ].oeo ...
82 ','a
97
Am Malt .
do 1st pr
Am SMpb'dg.lia
44 >/i
dJ pr ....
do pr A..
Amor SmilT
d? pr ....
Am Steel l'y
Am Sugar .
do '
39V4 39"/a MacKaji Co .. 7l'/a
TW,, do pr . 64
62% Man Beach .. Vi
08 IM an Kiev ... 98
8%;.Matlilo-on Alk 35
?Maxwell Mot. 2t?',2
do Ist pr .. 54 Vi
I do 'Jd pr .. 19
?May Kept SUS 51
I do pr .103
[Mex l'etro ... 92
Miami dm Cp 26'/?
J Mt. 1st Cen ..91
?Mldvale Steel. 47%
M
. I?
130
75?
I0G
80
64 Vi
Kill
Am Sumatra. 133% 134ft M S I* & SSM 87
do pr .100 ? do pr .100
Am Tel A C 50 00 | do I 1 .... 55
Am T & T.. 98% 98%;Miss K "
.153
. 93
. 54ft
93%
160
98
Am Tobacco
do pi new
Am Wool .
do pr . ."
Am Wr l'a pr 22
Amer /. it I... 15', a
do pr . 45%
Anaconda ... 62
Assets itoal . I
Asso Dry Ods 11
do M pr . 47
do 2d pr . 39
Asso i >U ... ?
Atehlsou ?.84
do pr . 82ft 03
At lilr A At. 8% 10
At Coast h.. 93 95
At U & W 1.105% 108
do pr . 61 63
Baldwin Loco. 85% 86
do pr .100 103
Bait & Ohio. 64% 55
do pr . 541/?
Karre;
?Mo Paclflc
do pi
104
73
?5%
2ft
100
45
28
III
52%
03
48%
5ft
2.1%
54ft
10
48
62 ft
l?a
12
pr
98
Tiatopllas Mln I
lie: hieben) SU 81
do Class B. 80%
do 7th pr . 88'.i
do M h pr. . 1114', a
Bklyn Hup Tr -Uft
Bk mi 1'u <-?as 77
Bool h Fish . 22%
Brown Shoe.. 58ft
do pr . 94
Burns Bros .118
do pr .110
Brunswick ... [4ft
BiilT Hell & V
Mont Bower. . 66
Mont Bow pr. 100
Monis & Ess. 65 75
Nasb & Chatt.115 120
National Acme 29% 30'/?
-Nat Biscuit... 93 95
do pr .108 lili
Nat Cl & Si 50 75
64 I do pr . 95 ?
59',B?Nat Con & 0 14ft 15
60ft I Nat Kn & Stp 50ft 51
84%[ do pr . 94 98
Nat Bead ... 53 59
do pr . 98ft 104 ?
NlUt Jta 1st ? 19
do 2d pr .. 5 6 ?
Ner Con Cop 19ft 19ft
N O T & M.. 20 22
N Y Central. 71% 72
N Y C & S Ii 15 18
do Ut pr .47 70 '
09
100ft N Y Dock pr. 40
Ift N Y B .V W.. ? 123
84 |N Y N H A H 41 41%
80% X y u & W. 20ft 21
95 ?Norfolk So .. I? 18
105 Norf & We*U02% 103
42ft do pr . 73 79
88 North i'aciflc. ??Vb 88
23ft Nova Scotia S 58
411
Olli
Gas
37
pr
Bush Term .
Butte C & Z
Buuo A Sup
Bmtcrlck
90
"s%
21
8%
?ntaiio
120 klwm.s Botlig. 38
I4ft do pr .107
75 , l'a' tile Coast. 40
107 I do 1st pr .. 68
97 | do Ud pr ..55
9%:Bac Mall pr.102
21% i'ao T & T . 20
9 | do pr . 70
?'?3%
37 ft
lift
19%,1'enn It It .. 43% 43%
62
72
Calif Backing 40ft 40%.Ban Am l't pr 00
Cal Petro .. 19ft
do pr . 61ft
Cal A Ariz .. 66ft
Can Southern. ?
Can Paclflc .146
Caso .1 1 pr . 80
Car Cl & Oh ?
do pr . ?
CertolLteed
pr . 87
80 ?
Con of N J .198 220
Cell Foundry. 36 39
do pr . 45 47
Cell leather . 64 M
do pr . ...103% 104
C A S A Tvl.106 109
Chandler Mot H4ft 86
Ches vV Oliio. 55% 56
Ohio & Alton 7'
do pr .?
OU! Gt West
1'eorta & East
Peo tias A C 45
Para Mara .. 11%
147ft do prior pr. 56
86 do pr . 33
26 Ph'.la Co ... 27ft
50 P C C A S L 52
39 JBett Mud CO. 30
S8 do 1st pr .. 96
? Fierce Arrow. 33
220 do pr . 94
39 'Pi,.? Coal .. 4?ft
47 I do pr . 80
P F VV & CM.I2J
Pitt* Stl pr . 91
Buu A W Va 29
do pr . 70
Pond Cr Coal 18%
Pressed Steel. 59
20
do pr
92'.
12%
57 ft
45
101
38'/,
?7 ft
50
83
133
?3
29%
71
19ft
59 ft
35
do pr
St B
Ch M
do pr
Ch! i Nth*
P 42ft
.. 73%
IC5
11 7ft
do pr .130 140
Ch It "I A Psc W,
do 6 l> c pr 59' ;
do 7 p 0 pr 70'i
Clev & Pitts. ?
C s I> M & O 70
Pub Ser N J.I01
23 23ft'Pullman Pal.H3
43 By Steel 8prg 53
73%! do pr .96ft 100
93 ?Hay Con Cop 23 23
Ri adlng .87". 87
23 ' do 1st pr . 38 39
.'ft erf :J pr .. 36ft 38
71 Rep Ir & Stl 83li
. 83%
bU% no pr . 99% 1001,
lo pr .100 130
C C C A t? L 33
Itoysl Dutch
Savage Arnio . 72!>
Saxon Motors. 7%
St 1. A S F 12ft
Chlio Copper 15
? ::'.. i COO Cp 36a
Cluett Peabdy 48'
37 St I. Swest
pr
92
uel A Ir 4S
Col Oss A Ei 32 \
Col & South. 22
do lu pr .. 43'/!
do 2d pr .. 43
Coiup Tib .. 33!'
Con O E LiP 96
Cc:i? Coal ... ?
Cons Oss ? ? 3"
Co:i Inir Cai. 7
Cont Caa .
r.'j ;?.'
Cout Iniiir
l?irn Prods
do pr ...
C.-:x Caxr>>t ? *-'
Cruclbla 8'oel 61
do v . 90
Seabd A B pr 20"4 20ft
Sears Hoebck.133% 133
40
?jlo
Ariz
sir (HI
-Shetr
64
too
98ft s > Pacific . 83
to El 1'or Klc? Sug 50
88 ! do pr .100
7%'Souih n n . 23%
71ft Rtaxtd Milling 97
103
do pr
77
44'a
Cuba Am Sg 140
do pr . 95
Cuba Cane S/ 31
do pi . ?0%
Dew? Co pr.. to
l>el & Ilud ..103
I) I, A W ..160
I) A II O pr 8ft
rioirm Minea . 7*.
De! Kdl9on . .104
D.?> i: B B.. 83
Di.^ H?jca ... 57ft
[?>;' ~ S A A S%
4o ?W . ?
Stu.leba.kar
40 40ft| do pr . 85 90
99", 100 |Sup Steel .. 38! j 39
42 55 I do pr . 05 101
lift Tann Cop Ch IH is
SI ?T>x A Pao . 15ft 18
160 (Tax A Pac Bd 135 ?
105 i Texas Co . . 116% 147
?ft > :rd Av R It I7'.2 !9
81ft Tide N\?u>r .180
94 ?Tot. Pioducta. 61
110 I do pr . . 90
164 ?Toi S B Went 2
190
rt/4
3
j do ctfj pr . 8% 10
Twin City RT 38 42
do pr . ? 123
Urtdrwd Typ? IOCi/4 I?
I do pr .....104 107
Bid. AjkfJ.I P'.i AsVwt
Woo BUit lint A", J2 fr.lon Pao ,.120% I2W4
Elk Hcini CI 2-?','j 25", do pr . 69 71
do pr . 37 4? Un A? lor BU 3*Yt 39
Brte . 15?', 18% United Cigar.. 91% !<3
do 1st pr . 32 , 82% do pr ...102 I'2
, ? - 2d pr .. 21'/, 23 G?lte ! Drug ? 70 75
; Fed M & 8 . !)', 14 , do In pr . . 4)1'./? 4P"i
do pr . 30 ?(j l1o ._,,, r 77 80
Flshor Dodj . 30 3? united Fruit . I2J 125
?!'? pt . B2 n? Un l'.v Invest 3 B'/j
Oast William?. 31 Vi 32 | 4o pr ,. .. 16", 13
tien ChomlcaU73 ISO ?U rt C I Pipe 14,, IS
do pr . 90 |C2 do pr . 42 46
Gon t'ljrar ... 40 43 IT ? Kxpre*? . 16 17
do pr . m 100 U S Inil Aico.120% 121 ".
Oon Blectrlo. I4l'/j l42'/il do pr .... 92' j 08
On Motors .123 12V, r s Rit? & 1 13 15
do pr . 81 82% U 8 IfiM'er . 58 57
(?xcilrlcli B F 43 43% do 1st pr . ?02 104
do pr . 89% 100 TJ S Hiu it Bef 89% 40' '%
Oranl ,' Min.. 74' ? 78 ? do pr 43% ?
01 N'orth pr. tW, ill) 0 H Htoel 97 , D7%
Ot N Ore sub? 31% 32 do pr ,..109% Hi
tircena Con <: .to1/;, 42 Utah t'opp .. 78% 7t
Gulf Mo & N 0 II I tah So? Cp . 12' i l?"i
do pr . ... 87% 38Vi,V? Car Chem 48% *H'i
Uulf 8t Stool B4',4 87 do rr .108 108
lu igt pr . !)>i ? Vn lr C & C 72 73
TI?k ,v Bark, 42 42% Wausah . S% 9
Uartmui Ccirp 41 45 I do pr A... 41% 42
liomratake ..65 75 do pr B... 23% 2A",
min?la Cent.. 'J8 08 Wells Fargo . 79 B0
hilrr Agrl .. 16% 17%,West Marvld . 14 14%
do pr . 53 58 ' cic. 2d pr . . 24 29
Inspir Copper 48% 48% West Pacido . 20'i 2?5?
Irit?r-Cono Cp 7% 8% West Lin Tel 90 00%
do pr . 39% 40 Wostglwe Mfg. 41% 41%
Int Harr N J.I25 126% do lut pr .. 1:7 72
do pr .110 ? Wilson Co .. 56% 67%
Im liar? Crp 61% 65 | do pr . 98 90
do pr . 94 96 |Wh ALE.. 9 10
' Int Mcr Mar. 28 28% do pr . 19 21
do pr .102% 102% White Mrt-m. 41 41%
later l'spcr . 35 35% Willys Ore-rid 19% 19%
do pr slpd. 63 64 ' do pr . ... 81% 83
do pr . BO 10.1 WIs Central . 25 33
Inter Nickel . 27% 2? Woolwortb ...112 l?3
do pr . 88% 99 ' do pr .115% 120%
Inter Salt .. 50 65% Wrtligtri PJfcSi. 46% 47%
Iowa Central. 3 5 ' do pr A_ 84 8?
Island Or ('! ? 55 ' do pr B 68 b'S
Jewoll Tea .. 32 35
Dominion Steel Corporation.?The
! annual report for the corporation and
subsidiary companies for the fiscal year
ended March 31 la3t discloses net earn?
ings, after deducting all manufactur?
ing, selling and administration ex?
penses and goevrnment taxes for the
year, of 511,030,112, which compares
with $12,967,875 for the preceding fiscal
year. Depreciation, etc., amounted to
$1,384,242 against $1,859,596 for the
year before. Interest totalled $1,064,
210, leaving a surplus for the year of
$8,581,660, compared with $9,878,075 for
the previous year. Preferred dividends
paid during "the period were $420,000,
the same amount as in 1917. Preferred
dividends of the subsidiary companies
totalled $500,000. Balance was $7.601,
?60, or equal to $20.49 per share on
370,977 shares of common stock,
against $8,898,075, equal to $23.98 per
I share earned the year before. Com?
mon dividends amounted to $1,444,396,
leaving a surplus for the fiscal year of
1 $6,157,264.
Havana Tobacco Company.?Total
earnings for the year ended December
31, 1917, were $299,278 against $479,
245 for the preceding year. Operating
expenses amounted to $371,338, com?
pared with $347,302 for the previous
year. After interest of $375.000, defi?
cit for the year totalled to $447,060
against u deficit for 1916 of $243,057.
Net earnings for the subsidiary com?
panies, after deducting all expenses,
depreciation, interest, debentures, etc.,
j were $657,661 against $735,428 for the
! year before. The Havana Tobacco
; Company's share of this amount was
$497,043 compared wich $566,829 for
the previous year.
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Rail?
way.?The company reports gross earn?
ings for April of $356,351. Net earn?
ings totalled $49,119, compared with
$69,246 for the corresponding period of
last year. Deficit after taxes and
charges amounted to $46,456 against
$42,783 for April of the preceding year.
Gross earnings for the first four
months of 1918 were $1,205,296, com?
pared with $1,295,535 for the first four
months of 1917. Operating deficit was
$4,379 against operating income of
$269,-150 for the same period of the
previous year. Deficit after charges
and taxes for the four months' period
amounted to $389,749.
Aurora, Elgin & Chicago Railroad
Company.?Statement of operations for
April shows total earnings of $168,693,
from which operating expenses and
| taxes of $138,511 were deducted, leav?
ing net earnings of $30,182 compared
with $39,965 for the corresnonding
period of 1917. Deficit totalled'$13,020
against $2.572 for the same month of
the year before. Total earnings for
I the first quarter of the current year
amounted to $139,409 compared with
I $469,517 for the same quarter of last
1 year. Operating expenses and taxes
were $410.159 against $352,564 for the
corresponding months of the preceding
year. Deficit for the quarter was
$98,653, an increase of $88,653 over the
same period of the previous year.
United Light & Railways.?The com?
pany's report for the twelve montiis
ending March 31 last shows gross earn?
ings of $7,963,204 compared with $7,
001,979 for the preceding twelve
, months, an increase of $951 225. Sur?
plus after charges for the period
amounted to $1,136,476 against $1,161,
283 for the year before.
Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway
Company.?Gross earnings for April.
were $959,774 compared with $881,529
for April of last year. Net after taxes
amounted to $116,743 against $204,502
for the corresponding month of 1917.
Total income was $165,329 compared
with $184.675 for the same period of
the preceding year. Gross earnings
for the first four months of tho cur?
rent year totalled $3,631,046. Net earn?
ings were $308,859 against $714,481 for
fhe same months of the previous year.
Total income for the period was $468,
296.
Toledo, St. Louis & Western Rail?
road Company.?The report for April
shows operating revenue of $683.273,
an increase of $97,952 of the corre?
sponding month of 1917. After oper?
ating expenses of $439,322, net oper?
ating revenue of $243,901 was account?
ed for, against $288,797 for the same
month of last year. Taxes were $19,
000, a decrease of $1.000 from the
amount paid in April of the preceding
year. Balance available for interest
totalled $186.438. Operating revenues
for the fourth months ended April 30,
1918, amounted to $2.216.054. Ex?
penses were $1,748,446. leaving net
revenue of $467,608, a decrease of $91,
970 over the first four months of the
previous year. Balanco was $232,083.
Mineral Range Railroad Company
1918. 1917.
April operafcinsr revenu?. $26.660 $99,C;1
Net operatins revenue... 9.162 *9,761
Total income. 9,487 ?9,600
Net deficit. 2,271 23,843
Four months' operating
revenue . 360,366 395.863 '
Net operating revenue. . . 6 595 ?S27
Total income. 7,829 374
Net deficit. 38,797 57,376
?Deficit.
Arizona Power Company
1918. loir.
April gross e*rnings. . . . $53,335 $32,173
Net earnings. 23.108 23,062
Net income. 8,577 10.350
Twelve months' gross... 530,656 342,404
Net earnings. 297,779 232.355
Net income.... . 117,528 85,693
Old Age a Matter of
Recuperative Powers
It would seem that the phenomenon
of growing old has really nothing to
do with the number of years that an
individual has lived, but depends prin?
cipally on tho extent to which he has ;
conserved his recuperative powers, says
the "Popular Science Monthly." The
human body wears out in two ways, i
i. e., cither by long-continued use or by \
long-continued disuse. In the former
case it is like bending a wire back and
forth in one place until it. breaks,!
and in the second it is the atrophy of \
organs or functions through disuse. '
The only way to stave off old ago is
to eliminate all forms of abuse and
lira aa Natura intended n? to live.
- Commodities -
I ndustr ial
Cotton
The cotton market was unsettled
during yesterday's trading. The weaker
July short interest apparently hs? se?
cured cover on the short advance of the
previous day. There was further cover?
ing yesterday, but it was not as active
and there was more July for sale at the
increased premium over October. Part
of this doubtless reflected the undoing
of old straddles by operators who were
more inclined to take existing profits
; than to run the risk that a spell of
! bad weather might cause a relatively
| rapid advance in new crop months and
! a narrowing of differences between old
. and new crop deliveries. Otherwise
; trading suggested evening-up for over
the week-end, with declines followed
by moderate rallies in the late trading
on covering. After selling off to 25.40,
or 69 points net lower, July closed at
25.76, a net decline of 41 points, and
October and later deliveries were net
: 2 points lower to 9 points higher, with
? the general tone steady.
The market opened steady at an ad?
vance of 16 to 25 points on covering
promoted by the relatively firm cables
and Thursday's strength in the near
position. Offerings were soon supplied,
however, and tho mnrket was easy dur?
ing the middle of the day under real?
izing, with July leading the decline.
The selling of new crop months was
( held in check by apprehensions that
the Eastern belt was receiving too
much rain, and the difference between
old and new crop deliveries narrowed
from 258 points to about 214 points,
with July closing 229 points above Oc?
tober. The late rally of 20 or 30
points was due to a renewal of Liver
: pool buying and covering, which may
have been promoted by renewed talk
of peace prospects or rumors that one
of the submarines recently operating
1 in American waters had been de?
stroyed.
The reported sinking of a steamer
j with 15,000 bales of cotton helped to
unsettle the market during the middle
I of the day, but it was not an im?
portant factor and the attention of the
trade seemed to centre on the further
evening-up of near-month commit?
ments and the uncertainties of the new
crop outlook.
; Showers have been ratlied general
in sections of the Eastern belt for the
i past few days, and the forecast for
continued showers or rains evidently
caused some nervousness. Exports
yesterday were 25,851 bales, making 3,
597,515 so far this season, against 5,
116,448 last year. Southern spot mar
; kets as officially reported were un
changed to 25 points lower.
Yester- Day Year
dav. before, arro.
Cash. 29.75 30.20 23.40
Contracts:
July. 25.76 26.17 23.01
October.23.57 23.59 22.49
December. 23.18 23.10 22.59
January. 22.99 22.90 22.62
March.22.94 22.90 22-78
Metals
Trading in copper continues heavy,
with 90 per cent of the sales directly
or indirectly in connection with war
work for this country and the Allies.
On all the contracts, it is said, priority
rights have been obtained by the gov?
ernment.
Current prices for the principal
metals, compared with those prevailing
a year ago, follow:
Current A year
price. atfo.
Pig iron, Bessemer,
Pittsburgh .?36.15 $44.95
Copper, electrolytic, lb. ?23'/2 .32>/[email protected]
Tin, lb.95 .60'/[email protected]!/2
Lead, lb..07% A1V<@AV/2
Spelter, East St. Louis,
lb. J071-5 .09%
'Government prices.
Sustenance
Cereals
Wheat?Tho government report on
j wheat, published yesterday afternoon,
' together with the report on other small
grains, showed a splendid response by
the farmers of America to the Presi?
dent's appeal last fall for big crops. In
every instance the acreage was in ex?
cess of last year, spring wheat showing
a gain of 21.5 per cent, the total area
planted being 22,489,000 acres, com?
pared with 19,039,000 planted last
spring. The condition of the crip was
unusually high.
Winter wheat showed a condition of
83.6 per cent, compared with the ten
year average of 80.7, while spring
wheat was 95.2, against 93.7 per cent.
' The indicated yield of winter wheat
was 687,000,000 bushels, and spring
344,000,000, making a total indicated
crop of 931,000,000 bushels, compared
with the final outturn last year of 650,
??28,000. With the exception of 1915,
when the crop was 1,025,801,000, the
present indication is for the largest
crop on record. if no misfortune over?
takes the crop between now and har?
vest these figures may even be exceed?
ed, and America wiii have an abundant
supply both for home consumption and
for export to Europe.
Corn?.The corn market displayed
unexpected strength during the day and
at the cloee was IVi to 1% cents
higher. There was moderate selling
early in anticipation of a reaction from
Thursday's advance and influenced by
improved weather conditions in the
West. Offers were well taken, how?
ever, and several leading commission
houses were heavy buyers. As the mar?
ket advanced stop-loss orders were un?
covered, and this added to the general
strength. Cash markets in the West
were firmer, and, while part of the ad?
vance doubtless was due to technical
conditions which have developed re?
cently, while prices were on the down
grade, it was thought that consumers '
were beginning to anticipate future re?
quirements on the theory that receipts
will be small after the new wheat crop
begins to move.
Yesterday's Previous Year
New York : clo^e. clise. ago.
Corn, No. 3 yellow.$1.63!^ $1.63U ?1.82'/4
Chicago :
June . 1.33*4 1.333i ?
July. 1.37'/, 1.35)5 1.56%
Oat??The oats market showed firm?
ness for a time in sympathy with corn,
loward the close prices eased off un?
der lio.uidation for over the government
report. The report was just about in
line with expectations, showing a con?
dition of 93.2 per cent and an indicated
crop of 1,500,000,000 bushels, which
compares with a final yield last year
of 1,587,236.000. Cash prices in the
West were a trifle steadier and there
was little pressure on the market. Ex- i
porters vara apparently ?rilling t? take
fuir sized ?ott at low pries and a
m< derate bu-sincss wast doc<: on offers.
Yesterday-? Previous Yt9f
Nctv YorX: ci???. ??ose. ??o?
Or*. No. 3 white. . &\yt ?', .70
? iKo:
June.7Z7'. .737/. ?
July.67% ?1% .60"
Bye.?Mp.rket qr:;r't.
Ye terday's Pr^vicis Y<air
Kew York : cos?. ??fo.
: Cash, Ko. 2 Wf?t. . .$'.?6 $1.9? $2.46
Flour and Me?l.?Quotations were:
Ye 'day's Preview Year
tJtm York: c 0 e. close. ato.
. , ?pe. pat.$11.00 ?11.00 $'4.00
Bye flour, choice. 10. "j 10.75 12.15
Cornmeal, yellow, ?ran. 6.07'/2 S.O7/2 *?.70
?Kiln dried. ^
Produce Markets?Current
Batter.?Receipts tvere 16,947 pack?
age*. Creamery, higher th tn oxtra-s,
? ..-'".? ::'?<?. extras (92 scored.
88 to 91 score), ?il?
I2%c; seconds (83 to HT score), 87 ?
40V4c; thirds, [email protected]; cresunery, on?
er thi n extras, 46 j 45''?c;
oxtr;:^. [email protected]%c; firsts, [email protected]?S*e1
seconds, 39< Hftr; state dairy, tubs,
finest, 42V&@43c; good to prime, 39Vii?
42;?; common 10 ?39c; renor
vated, cxtrc?, 31 first?, 86?
.37c; lower grad . 34c; ?riitati?rt
creamery, firsts, 34( 85c; ladies, cur?
rent make, firsts, 32(g33c; oeeonds,
f31c; lower grades, ~'J 130c;
packing stock, current make. No. 1,
31c; No. 2, 30c; lower grades, 26-3
29 "4 c.
Cheese.?Receipts were 2.ca3 boxe3.
State, whole milk, frech, flr.t.?, ppecisls,
colored, lb, 23%@23V4c; white, 23U
t 23 Vie; average rua, colored, 2Zi$
23c; white, 22Vss<s23c; lo\r<?r
grades, 20 22e; twins, specials, 23'iJ
23Vic; average run, [email protected]%c; single
daisies, [email protected]%c; double daisies, 24c;
Wisconsin, whole milk, fresh, twins,
23c; single Daisies, il^e; double
Dais'e?, 2'!'?''2ir; ling American,
, [email protected] State, sk nas, fresh, flats,apii
cials, [email protected]%C: prime to choice, IG
'?> 17c; twins and Cheddars, speeir.ls,
: [email protected]*}4c; prime to choice, 16
fair to jrood, [email protected] State, whole ir.iik,
held, flats, specials, colored, 25
white, [email protected]; average run, colored,
[email protected],ic; white, 23.-'i24e; fair to
' pood,' 22^; 221?>c; lower grades, 16?
21c; twins, white, specials, 2:1 V? ^F 24c;
j average run, 221,*>''< 23. Wisconsin,
j whole milk, held, fine to fancy, twins,
! colored. 23<v7 24V.?c; white, 22Va23?oc;
single Daisies, colored. [email protected]; Double
! daisies, colored, [email protected]; white, 23?2"!
?? 24V?c; state, skims, held, as to quality,
j [email protected]
Eggs.?The market was firm, with
receipts amounting to 32,382 cases.
; Fresh gathered extras, per dozen, 38
@39c; storage packed firsts. 3C- 37M>e?
regular packed extra firsts. 36(a-87Mi?;
regular packed firsts, 33 V?-.'?' '""5"?c;
seconds, [email protected]; fresh gathered
: dirties, storage packed, 29*/[email protected]; No.
1, regular packed, [email protected]; No. 2 and
poorer, 25f<? 28c; fresh gathered checks,
good to cho~ice, dry, 26<g 2Lc; under
grades, [email protected]; state, Penn. and near?
by Western hennery whites, fine to
: fancy, 42(<i44c; ordinary to prime, 38
I Mi-iOc; gathered whites, ordinary ? to
: fine, 36oj,40c; Western and Southern
gathered whites, [email protected]; state, Penh.
and nearby hennery browns, 88(?? lie;
gathered brown and mixed colors, ?Oto1
.'i7 V?c; duck eggs, 23 5 45c
Orchard and Field
Yesterday. A year ac?.
j Peai, Scotch . [email protected] ? ??
i Beans, marrow,
choice, 100 lb... 13.25iM3.50 $16.75*"?17:p0
! Potatoes, So'n, hbl 5.50((S 6.00 ?3.C
Apples, Bald, bbl. 5.0O?* 8.00 3.5C
Grapef't, Fla, bx. 1.50? 4./5 4.. 5
Oranses, Fia, bx. 2.00& 7.50 4.25C? 6.00
?Florida, new, bbl.
Hay and Strnw
Yesteniny
(Per ton.) A year ago.
Timothy No. 1,
large [email protected] $22.00{[i>23.09
No. 1 clover nud 23.00y>24.00 18.0:>?> 19.50
Bye straw. No. 1 16.00? 17.00 15.00?)
* "~~
Fresh Poultry?Dressed
Turkeys?in barrels, dry picked,
young toms, average best, 30
young hens, average best, 32(&3"5t;
poor, 25'?28c; old toms, 3?(.'?32c.
Chickens?Fresh, barrels, dry packed,
Philadelphia and L. I. fancy broilers.
3 to 4 lbs to pair, [email protected]$l; Philadelphia
and Long island squab broilers, 2 to
2Vi lbs to pair, per pair, [email protected];
Virginia broilers, 3 to 4 lbs to pair,
lb. f5^i 90c. Fowls, fresh, boxes, dry
packed. Western, 57 lbs and over -to
dozen, 36c; 48 to 56 lbs, Sfic; 43 to 47
lbs, 35C'r.'?5V?c; 36 to 42 lbs, 34
30 to 35 lbs, [email protected]; under 30 Jb's.
32^?33c; in barrels, Western, dry
picked, 5 lbs and over, 35c; 4 lbs, 35c;
3 lbs end under, 33c; Southwestern, .'i
to 3Va lbs each, 33734c; in barrels,
iced, dry picked, prime. 5 lbs and over,
38%c; 4 lbs, 33Vj?c; 3Vi lb?., 32c; 3 lbs
and under, [email protected]; scalded, prime,
mixed weights, 82Vic; old cocks, fresh,
dry packed, bbl?, dry picked. No. 1.2, a
27Vic; scalded, 26''' 2(5Vsc; spring duck
lings, Long Island, lb, 35c.
Squabs- Prime, white, 6 to 10 lbs and
over to dozen, per dozen, $3.50"'.?S;
dark, per dozen, $2fo:$2.50; culls P"r
dozen, [email protected]
Live Poultry
Broiler???Colored, via express, [email protected]
50c; White Leghorns, via express. 4QJ3
16c; mixed ducklings, Long Island, lb,
38c; Long Island breeders, lb, 30c;
j fowls, via express, 34c; guineas, por
i pair, via freight, [email protected]: live pigoons,
per pair, \ i;t freight, 10 '50c.
Livestock, Meats, Provisions
Fo'.lowirii; tre ?.?fslerday'a price?, ear?par?yl witi
?Jc .j of a year 14*11:
Yeatardiy. A year in,
Ut", ?tumi, boat,
li>0 lb .?K.70 ?J 17.?? $10.10 ?i$!3.25
Dresaed h 0 e f,
, lb .... .23 <R .ZtV, .IS ? .17'/,
"Uvo ?va.?, beat,
100 lb . 14.50 tt 17.0O
Dn-w 1 teals,
, ??ity. lb.20 ? .2$
Uvo ewes, 100
U) . 11.50 9 14.00
Lainbu. fair to
prim?, 100 lb 22.00 ? -
]>ri'??.<? mutton,
lb .20 ? .25
Dressed Iambs.
11.so a .34
Jlu.-a. 100 lb. .. 17.75 (? 1C.2S
?Jr'?>'-(! hi v. ba
coo, lb . ???'"''??if -2t'.
Ueu i->rk. I,!,l. 47.0.1 S 4K.0) 44.00
Muss beef, bbl. Ji.OO <y) 34.00 3J.0O
bJir?, MiJ. Weit,
lu . 24.15 ?24.25 21.40 ??2I.5?
ColTee, Sugar and Tea
Current A
liricrs ye**
For c?_sh : (c*nW>. ?go*
Tp*. Form.?!*, per lb. 23 25
Sogar, {j-ranulAled, p<-r Ib.... 7.-I5 ?M
t'oflee, Kio No. ','. p?.r lb.... S[ ? 10-*
Coffee Fntoreii. Th6 mnrket yestei>
day opened with a considerably firmer
undertone with fir?t pnces showingax^
vanees of 2 to 8 points, Wall Street tak?
ing the buying tide v.\ the b<tt?-r war
news and steady spot situation. Valusa
failed to hold, however, as local trade
interests were seller? late in the day
end the close waB 2 points net lower
to a net advance of 3 points.
YeaterdAy'e A year -
Contract : <?'<?<?. ago.
June . 7.99 ?. 8.00 7 72'?7,74
July . 8.05-?I8.07 7.78^7 73
Septx?mb?r. &20?S.21 7.87; 7.33
December . 8.36y8.37 8.0
Cottonseed Oil Future?.?Th? msr
yet ?gftin di^plnyed a firm utidertone,
but while bids were slightly higher
there was little oil for sale and no busi?
ness transacted. The cash position re?
mained firm and holder? were qo6 dia
poaad ta mU at ?re**nt pria??,

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