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Summary of Stock Exchange Dealings
Stocks
Day Year January 1 to date
Yesterday, before. ago. 1918. 1917. 1316.
_ ?r0.da .41,200 23,500 24,300 10,459,800 12.561,400 15,816,300
Sh?. stocks .-..200,100 331.100 323,600 73,218,200 102.515,500 78,909,000
?Irtock? .241.300 354,600 347,900 83.678,000 115,076,900 94,725,000
Bonds
January 1 to date.
Yesterday, Day before. Year ago. 1918. 1917.
,? o government...$3,110,000 $4,730.000 $788.000 $589,176.000 $40.216.000
Baiiroads . 386,000 317,000 346,000 55,493.000 182.095,000
Hher bends . 1,953.000 1.091,000 892.000 210.932.000 851,446,000
LJ? bond3 . 5,449,000 6,138,000 2,026,000 880,079,000 577,978.000
Record of Stock and Bond Averages
Stockt
Range, January 1 to date.
Tester- Day Year 1918. 1917.
dav. before, ago. High. Low. High. Low.
??0 Railroads . 69.50 69.70 80.81 71.20 66.12 89.35 78.55
m Industrials _. 82.36 83.10 91.07 85.17 73.37 97.-40 84.45
?0 ?tocs.s. 77.22 77.70 ?7.06 79.59 70.30 91.24 84.70
Bonds
,,, Railroads . 78.65 78.74 ?86.56 81.83 78.55 93,80 86.56
10 Industrials ....90.85 90.87 94.05 91.32 87.40 95.80 94.02
5 Utilities_? ?~-86.61 86.61 93.54 89.02 82.60 101.48 93.12
??5 Bonds . 84.33 84.33 91.11 86.23 ?84.33 96.52 90.56
IBy The Asaoriated Prest)
Lacking guidance or impulse from any responsible quarter, yester?
day's stock market resumed its lethargic and inconclusive course, leaders
fluctuating idly within 1 to *J point limits, while specialties displayed gen?
eral heaviness.
Pnces opened with an uncertain trend, but the list immediately be?
came reactionary on moderate selling of rails. Offerings of that group
were ascribed to disappointment at the failure of the Federal authorities
to consummate contracts covering rental, etc.
*? Such issues as Union Pacific, Canadian Pacific, Reading, Baltimore
4 Ohio, Norfolk & Western, Wabash preferred "A" and "B" and Missouri
Pacific preferred fell back 1 to almost 2 points.
United States Steel remained unresponsive to the remarkable ?quar?
terly financial statement, making a gross reversal of slightly more than
one point and closing at a loss of a substantial fraction on its usual large
turnover.
Shippings, motors, oils and an odd assortment of unclassified shares
reacted 1 to 3 points, and tobaccos reflected the absence of professional
interest, although Sumatra made a net gain of 1% point3.
The day*3 most noteworthy development was a sudden decline during
the afternoon in rates for call money from 6 to 4 per cent, on offerings
cf large amounts by a prominent financial institution. The break was
without influence in time funds, rates holding firm.
Domestic bonds, including Liberty issues, were irregular, but the
international group, notably Anglo-French 5s and Paris 6s, gained large
fractions. Old United States bonds were unchanged on call.
??
Yesterday's Transactions in Listed Stocks
Ail stocks quoted dollars p?r share. Annual dividend rate, also in dollars
per share, is 'i.ised on last regular payment.
High. Low. Div. N'et
1918. 1918. Rate. Sales. Open. High. Low. Close, enge.
M 55 6 Adams Express. 200 55 55 55 55?4
651-4 49 6 Ajax Rubber. 100 62-% 62% 62% 62%-f 1%
4% 1% ? Alaska Gold Mines. 1900 3% 3% 3% 3%? %
31/2 1% ? Alaska Juneau. 1100 2'/?*. 2% 2'/8 2% + Va
37 1734 ? Allis-Chalmers . 200 33% 337^ 33% 33%? %
86'/2 72'4 7 Allis-Chalmers pr. 200 83? B 83% 83 83 -f !/4
175 163 8 Am B Shoe Fy pr. 10 168 168 168 163 -
50% 34% ? Am Can. 400 46% 46% 46% 4S%? %
87 68' 4 8 Am Car & Fy. 400 84 84 833-4 8334? %
20% 12 ? Am Hide & L. 600 18' 4 18% 18% 18%? %
82 50 5 Am Hide & L pr. 700 80=4 803-4 80 80 ? 1%
53 33% 5 Am Ice pr. 300 50 50 49% 49%? %
71% 531/2 5 Am Locomotive.^ 110O 65% 65% 65% 653-4? %
?C0 95 7 Am Loco pr._. 100 9834 983/4 9834 9834? i/a
86I/2 73 6 Am Smelting. 500 78% 78% 77% 78%
100 897/8 12 Am Snuff._. 10O 97 97 97 97 ?2%
75% 58 7 Am Steel Fy.- 1100 733-4 73% 72l/a 72%? 1%
11S'/z 10814 7 Am Sugar pr_. 100 110 110 110 110 -
146% Wi 10 Am Sumatra_. 14900 121'4 1241,4 12114 123 + 1%
109'? i 91'4 s Am Tel & Tel. 1600 92% 93', 4 92% 92%? '/4
60*3 41% 5 Am Wool._ 3C0 58'4 58'/2 58 58 ? %
315/2 20% ? Am W Paper pr__ 100 27% 27% 27% 27%? '-4
21% 12% ? Am Zinc & Lead_ 200 1834 1834 1834 183-4? %
711-2 59''s 8 Anaconda . 12C0 653-4 6534 6514 65%? %
88 81 6 Atchison . 300 85' ??-. 85>/4 85 85 ? %
95 89% 7 Atlantic C L. 100 93 93 93 93 -
12014 97% 10 Atlantic G & W I_ 200 103 103 102'4 10214
101% 56' 3? Baldwin Loco. 6000 90 90 88% 89%? %
57 49 5 Bait & Ohio.... 3900 54'4 54'/4 53% 54 ? %
57'/2 53 4 Bait & Ohio pr. 20 57 57 57 57 -
95 85 7 Barrett Co.
94 72% 10 Beth Steel Class B. 2-400 82% 82% 82% 82%? 3;
48% 21 6 :-Brookl>m R T . 400 40% 41 407g 40% + '/<
27% 21 2 Booth Fisheries. 300 25'/2 25% 25% 25%? ?z,
1W/a 108 10 ?Barns Bros _* 1600 137% 137% 135?/2 136%
Wt 6% ? Brunswick _._ 100 12 12 12 12 ? ]/;
12% 8% i/2 Butte Cop & Zinc_ 200 11'/8 11'/8 11% 11%
331/2 16% ? Butte & Sup Cop. 900 27% 27% 27% 27%? "/'
?53% 36 7 Cal Petroleum pr. 100 60 60 60 60 4- '/
71 63% 8 Cal & Arizona. 100 68 63 68 68?1
154% 135 10 Canadian Pacific. 600 153 153 151% 151%? V/
95 68% 12 Chandler Motors. 300 86 86 86 86 -
60% A934 4 Ches & Ohio. 200 55% 56% 56% 563?? 1/
25 18% 1 ?Chicago Gt W pr. 300 23% 23% 23% 23%?
47% 37% 4 -?-Chicago M & St P_ 6300 44% 44% 43% 44% 4- '/
79'/4 66! 4 7 rChicago M & St P pr.. 2200 75 75 74% 74%? 3
95 39% 7 Chicago & Nwn. 900 9234 92% 923/4 92%? 3
24% 18%?? Chicago R I & P. 300 23% 23% 23% 23%
65 46 8 Chi R I & P 6% pr_ ?400 62% 62% 62% 623/4? 1/
76 56% 7 Chi R I & P 7% pr. 100 74 74 74 74 ? 1/
47'/4 363s 4 Chino Con Cop. 300 39% 39% 39 39 ? '/
54% 343,4 3 Col Fuel & Iron. 100 45 45 45 45 ? 13
35 28% 4 Col Gas & Elec. 200 33% 33% 33 33 ? '/
92% 8234 7 Consol Gas. 100 90 90 90 90 -
13 73-4? Consol Inter Cal Min... 100 10 10 10 10 ? V/
45% 29% ? Corn Products. 2700 43% 43% 43% 43%? -?
102 ? 90'/2 7 rorn Products pr. 200 100 100 100 100 ? '/
747?f* 52 ? Crucible Stcol. 1000 66% ,66% 65% 65%? 1'/
33% 27% ? Cuba Cane Sugar. 2400 40% 30% 30% 30%? %
83 7S% 7 Cuba Cane Sugar pr- 600 81% 81% 81% 81%-s- '/
96 90 7 Deere Co pr.. 200 94 94 94 94 -f 1!
115% 100% 9 Del & Hudson. 200 108 108 108 108 + '/
13% 5 ? Denver & R G pr. 100 6% ?6% 634 6%
1C 6 ? Dome Mines. 700 9 9 9 9 ? 1/
64% 33 2 Distillers Securities_ 700 5634 57 66% 66%? ?}
8 4% - Duluth S S & Atl pr_ 100 7% 7% 7% 734? 1
17% 14 Krie . 2300 15% 15% 15' 15 ? '
35 23%-- Krie 1st pr. 600 31 31 30-3/4 30%? 3,
13% 9% ? Federal Min & Sm. 100 10 10 10 10 ?2'
*P/2 27 7 Fed Min & Sm pr. 100 33% 33% 33% 33%? 7
??I 12734 3 Gen Electric. 100 145 145 145 145 ? '
1K 106% 12 Gen Motor?. 3900 135 136% 133% 135 ?13
? 73 6 on Motors pr. 100 81 81 81 81?1
?*% 86 7 Gt Northern pr. 100 90'4 90% 90% 90%*
<*4% 25% 2 Gt Northern Ore subs.. 100 31% 31% 31% 31%? h
45 38% 8 Greene Con Cop. 200 44% 44% 44% 44%-4- '
*W* 8V/z 10 Gulf State Steel. 100 31% 81% 81% 81%? 1'
?2 99% 7 Gulf State Steel 1st pr. 100 99% 99% 99% 99%4- 3
'-&% 34 4 HaskeM & B Car. 800 47% 47% 46% 46%? 9
f 33 5 int Agrlcul pr. 500 57 57 57 57 ? 1
**% 42% 3 Inspiration Cop. 500 52% 52% 52% 52%? 5
J% 8% Jnierbor-Cons Corp. 2300 8 8% 8 8
47% 3gl/a . Interbor-Con* Corp pr. 200 38% 38% 38% 38%-f '/
131% 1111/, 7 Int {farv ?f N- j. 300 126% 125% 124% 124%? 1J,
,** 53 Int Harr Corp. 10O 65 65 65 65?1
^ 21 Int Mer Marin?. 600 26 26 25% 2694?1'/
??h 8^ 6 Im Mer Mar pr. 9800 97% 97% 95% 96 ?19
?% 24%- fnt Paper. 400 36% 3634 36% 36%
*?]?*? 27 4 Int Ntelwi. 500 30% 30% 30 30% j- ?
*l?7 41 4 Kelly ?sP?'in*fi?'l*l. 100 51 51 51 51 ? \
-J/4 29 4 Kennecott Cop..._. 300 33% 33% 33 33 -- ?/
*> ?0 4 Krenge . 100 95 95 95 95 4- 5
?T% 7V-/t r) [.??.j, Hte^-l. 900 84 84 82 82 ?2
iS/ -il? Lm Rul> & Tlr*. 800 22 22 21'/8 21%? \
fp4 155 12 Ug & Myers Tob. 100 169% 189% 169% 169% 4- 3
20f <1\\% U>t""s Wil<M> B!*.*' 2400 29l/4 31 i?9% 30% + 1
Lorillftrd PWrrc. 6C0 163 163 190 161 --2
Lorillard Pierre rt?.... 60 14 14 14 14
14 14
Um. ?t y.az1?*}} .?f,oior. 130? 26% 26% 26 26?1
79 S
S-4.V ?I ..~-.-... ,...?v?#?. I.TOV ?c?t
m* 7fl 7 M?*I?W'?|I Motor 1st pr.. 600 55 BS" 54% 64%? %
W/m ?TA a S?? ?y//'U^-. 8600 101% 102% 1W% 100%- 1
?1 ?i" - 'Miami Con Cop . 100 25% 28% 28% 28%? %
43% 8 MidvaJ* Hteel..?. 1600 52 52 61% 61-%?, %
u'gn.
10 IS.
24%
58'/2
21%
217a
75%
45%
22%
108%
79
46'/2
89
42%
13
32%
47,/2
55
5834
38'/2
801/2
71
109' 2
623-4
26>4
95
96
117
11
14
39
88%
26
63
66?/2
1603-4
92' g
98
126'.'2
105'/2
133
20
137
99
63',4
IW/a
? 113%
' 112%
87'/a
15'/2
52%
12
44'/2
261-2
95%
47'/2
66'/2
10'/2
15' '-,
22
LOW. JJ1V.
1018. Rate.
20 ?
41 _
131/2 ?
5
17% 3
67'/2 5
27 ?
18'-4 2
102
75
40'->
31'-8
35'g
4' -4
23'/2
43I/4
39% ?
42 5
22% -
61 6
56% 8
97 3
45'/, 5
22% 3
70' g 4
72% 6
Salea.
Mo Pacific. 900
Mo Pacific pr. 400
National Con & Coble 100
National Lead . 100
Nevada Con Cop. 600
N Y Central. 200
NYNH&H. 1600
N' Y Ont & W.
Norfo'k & Western .
Norfolk & \V pr_
North American.
Northern Pacific...
Ohio Gas.
Ontario Silver.
Pacj-tic Mail....
*Penn R R._,
Peo Gas & Coke...M
300
300
100
10O
400
500
300
800
300
1400
Pitts ?Coal pr_?? 100
Pitts & W Va. 500
Pitts & W Va pr. 100
Pressed Steel Car. 400
P S Corn of N J. 300
Ry Steel Sprin***. 900
Ray Con Cop. 300
Reading. 4200
Rep iron & Steel. 1500
70'a 3J'? Royal Dutch. 100
6I/4 ? Saxon Motors. 500
9% ? St Louis & San Fran.... 200
25'/4 ? Sinclair Oil. 2300
80'/2 6 Southern Pacific. 600
2094? Southern H R.?.. 2100
57 5 Southern R R pr_ 600
33% 4 Studebaker. 4500
? 6 Superior Steel. 100
1 Tenn Cop Chem. 100
136'2 10 Texas Co. 900
48'2 6 "Tobacco Products .... 3800
87'4 7 Tobacco Products pr... 200
,10934 10 Union Pacific. 5900
8334 9 United Cigar Stores- 1100
II6I/4 8 lrnited Fruit. 200
10'/2 ? United Ry Invest pr_ 100
114 16 U S Ind Alcohol_ 700
94% 7 US Ind Alcohol pr_ 10
61 ? U S Robber.,~. 300
95 8 U S Rubber 1st pr- 100
86'/2 5 U S Steel....?..?76400
108 7 US Steel pr-. 400
76% 10 Utah Copper._.... 100
1V/2 ? Utah Sec Corp. 100
333-4 4 Va-Caroiina Chem. 400
7 ? Wabash . 1600
38!/2 4 Wabash pr A. 6900
20' 4 ? Wabash pr B. 600
793/4 7 Western Union Tel. 700
38'/2 3'/2 Westinffhouse M ff. 400
45'4
363/4 4
IS'/, 1
Wilson Co.
Wheel & L E. ..
White Motors ..
Willys Overland
300
300
100
28000
Open
23%
66' 2
18
58' 4
20'g
71'-2
*t03-4
20'a
IO314
75
40'/e
8734
38
934
32
43%
4734
81'/a
33
7834
69%
97
61'4
23%
87'/2
91%
105'--?
71,-4
111. g
3114
841/4
23'/2
621/2
43'/2
41'a
19'4
151
68%
98
I2II/2
100*34
1261 3
15'/2
126'/4
96
61
IO434
108%
112'/4
80/2
12'/2
51
10'/8
381/2
23%
80
41/2
62
9'a
43
19%
. High. Low
2334 23'.
56' 2
18
58'4
20'-g
71'/a
403-4
20? a
8
55'?
18
58' 4
19%
71
39'2
19%
1033-? 1031/4
75 75
40'2
88
38'4
93-4
40'-2
873-4
38
9!2
32% 32
43% 43%
473-4
81 Vz
33
46'*
81 '/2
323/4
7834 7834
69% 69%
Net
Close, enge.
23I/8? 'a
55%? t.
18 - </2
68'/4? 34
19%? %
71 - 14
391-2? %
19%- |8
103'4? '.4
75 + 1
40' 2? ' '2
88 -r 1 2
38
9'/2- %
32% 4- fa
43%? 1 g
4714? %
81 ?/a-'
3234? 14
7834? 1
6934? 3i
97
61'4
23%
87', 2
91%
97
607,
237
863
91
10514 1051-2
71-4 71.'?
11"a
3114
11'/a
303/4
_?
97 ? 1
60%? 3?
23%-^ '3
87/2? Vz
91 - 78
105'/*>? 34
7'/8- 14
111
8"
84% 84
23/2
621/2
43/2
41'3
1914
151
23i/a
62/2
42%
411 8
19'4
150
30%? 8.4
84 ? %
23%
695g 6734
93 97
121/2 120%
101 100's
126'3 126
151/2 lo'/?
126/2 125/2
96 96
61% 61
IO434 10434
108% 107%
II2I/4 112/4
80'/2 80'/2
12/2 12'/2
61
10%
38'. 2
23%
80
42
62
9'8
43
1934
50%
9%
37%
23'4
79/2
41 Vz
60'3
8%
43
19'/?
62/2? '/,
43 ? 34
41 Va? %
191/4- %
150 ? 2
68' 4? ' 4
97 - '4
121 ? 1
IOO/2? la
126 ? 1
15/2? 1/2
126 ? 1
96 -
61'/8? 114
104%+ %
107%? %
1121/44- J/a
80%? 1/2
12/2- Vz
50%? %
9%- Vz
37/2? 1
231/2? 1/4
79/2- W
41%
60' a? 2
8~
3
43 + 14
19% 4- %
*Ex dividend.
???Dividend on
B. R. T. once.
St. Paul common and preferred three time? deferred and on
U. S. Government Bonds
(New York Stock Exchange Quotations)
(Closing Quotations)
Wednesday.
99.86? 99.88
34.44? 94.54
93.60<g 93.54
94.44? 94.54
93.50? 93.54
95.44,? 95.50
93 ? ?
98 '?i ?
9934 @ _
993a 1? ?
Liberty 3Via...
do 1st 4s.
do 2d 4a. ...
do 1st 4*-is..
do 2d 4'4s..
Thursday.
99.94? 99.96
94.40? 94.50
.93.50? 93.54
.94.36? 94.46
_.93.50? 93.54
do 3d 4Via... 95.761 95.80
I 2b, regr. 1930. . . 98 @ ?
! 2a, coup, 1930. . 98 ?r, ?
! 3s, reg, 1918.. . 99-H @ ?
IS? conn. 1918.. 993/A O ?
I ;?s. reit. 1946... 83 @ ? 83 ? ?
i 3?, coup, 1946.. 83 ? ? 83 ? ?
! 4b, re*. 1925...106I/J. ? ? 1061'a ? ?
' 4s, coup, 1925. .106'/2 ? ? 10b?/t ? ?
' 2s, Pan. '38, reg 98 @ ? S3 @ ?
2s, Pan, '38, cou 98 (g> ? 98 <? ?
, is. Pun. '61, reg 85 @ ? 85 ?9 ?
: 3b. Pan. '61. cou 85 @ ? 85 ? ?
Range for Liberty Bonds
Hieh. Low. Last.
! Liberty 3%a. 9S.96 99.86 99.96
do 1st 4a. 94.48 94.40 94.-1)
do 2d 4s. 93.60 93.30 93.52
do 1st 4 ?is. 94.44 94.36 94.36
do 2d 4Vis. 93.38 93.32 93.50
do 3d 4'^a. 95.73 95.23 95.78
(Sales)
Liberty 3%s |U S Liberty 2d 4'4
5.000. 95X
83,000... 951,
<*.0n0. 955'
2,000. 95?
???loo.; 95a.^
1.000. 95C
3.000... 951-,
93'alN Y C 41..S 1963 2
do 4V4? 1964
do 4a 1956 re??
. 3.000. 893a
do ?is 1957
5.000. -?i ?
3,000. 89'V
25,000. 89'4'
15,000. 89 '
24,000. 89' 4
2,?MO.893^
58.000. 89'.-"^'
City of Lyons t?s
5,000.
2,000. 93'-,,
l.OOn. 933^
City of Marseille? fis
6,000.-. 93I4'
3,000. 931a1
1,000. 931-4:
Dom of Can 5s 1921
1.000. 94'/2: ^^^^^^^_
Quotations
Artrentine Gov 5a 1920: Rusa ext ?--?.s 1919
96'. i? 97 I 53 @ 56
do 5a 1909 'Manitoba 5s 1920
85' *[email protected] 8534 95 ?? ?371-,
Chines? Gov Ry Es 'Me-t gren 5s 1899"
68 ?g) 70 413/[email protected] ?
Canadian 5a Aujt '19 ' do 4s 1954
97! la? 9712 30 @ 40
do 5s 1931 ?Montreal City Es 1918
91'/2? 92 99! -.??100
City of Tokio 5s l912!Newfound]and 5s 1913
801 ,? 8234 96 @ 97
Cuban Rep 5s 1904 'Norway 6a 1923
98 ? 98' j 102 ?103',2
do ser A 1949" iQuebec Citv 5s 1920
91%@ 93'-2 94 @ 97
do 4-^.s 1949 Quebec Prov os 1920
80 s*? 82 94 @ 97
Internai Rua Gov 5'-is Swiss jren 5s Mar 1920
97 ? 99 1003*[email protected]/8
Rusa ext 5 !.*a 1921
57 (?59 :
3.U00. 99.86
47.000. 99.88
89,000.
107,000. .
162,000..
189,000.
?5.000.
99.85
99.88
99.90
99.92.
99.94,
4.UU0. 99.96.
Total .$626,000
i U S Liberty 1st 4a
; 10,000. 94.441
16,000. 94.43
3,000. 94.40
Total .S29.000;
U S Liberty 2d 4s
47,000. 93.52
1,000. 93.46
3,000. 93.44.
1,000. 93.36
7.000. 93.33
28,000. 93.36
L.?OO. 93.30
20,000. 93.34?
4.!,OHO. 93.32?
4,000. 93.33
59,000. 93.50
243,000. 93.52
85,000. 93.54
16,000. 93.50
26,000. 93.54
61,000. 93.56
6,000. 93.52
1,000. 93.54
50.0H0. 93.56
4?'.mu). 93.53
I ?,000. 93.52
25,000. 93.56
1,000. 93.52
25,000. 93.50
Total .$869.000
U S Liberty 3d 41
Railways, Other Corporations
87i/a
45'/a
90i/2
877a
58'/,
58
b77.
000.
19,000.
6.000.
12.000. .
2,000_
1,000_
10,.), . . .
48,000_
31,000_
14,000. . . .
9,000. . . .
1,000. _
48,000. 93.54
41,000. 93.50
93.40
93.?12,
94.44?
93.48
93.50
93.52,
93.54
93.56,
93.58
26,000
1,000. ..
7,000. .
11,000...
6,000. . .
3,000, . .
3,000. . .
1,000.. .
2,000. _
33,000. 93.58
7.000. 93.54
2,000. 93.52
93.52
93.54
93.60
93.56
93.54,
93.56:
90.54
92.52;
93.54
5,.1. . .
20,ii00. . .
5,000...
: 1,000...
3,000. . .
30 000..
88,000. . .
10.000. . .
10,.'. ..
10,000. ..
9,000.
32,000, . .
2,000. . .
3,000. . ,
29,000. .
55.000. ..
35.000...
52.000. ..
25,000. . ,
10,."1. . ,
?! 7.000. ..
95.48
95.46
95.-18
95.44
95.46
95.48
95.46
95.42
95.40
95.38
95.36
95.34
95.32
95.30
95.28
95.30
95.32
95.36
95.40
95.42
95.44
94.46
95.48
95.50
Am Smelting 5s iMidvale Steel 5s
3,000. 88 1 1,000
A TA r c^ 6s Minn '* S* L 4a
lull paid reta ; ,joO
I^OO. 94 J Mo Pa? 5s'?923"
- '00. 93%| 5.000 ...
. !-?,,;i?]. 94 ? do 5s 1926
do col ,s g imo
3.000. 86 do Ken Is' '
1.000. 86|/a. n 000
Am W Paper 5s 7 .|
L000. 841/J loioOO'.'.'.'.'.'.
Armour Co 4V..S Mont Power 5s
U000. 823,-4! 1,000. .
R uW-l'-i' 82'/aN Y Cent deb 6s
Bait ??*; O i-fu 5s 5,000... 94
?>000. 78 ; 3.OiiO. .'.'.'.'. 9334
, L0O0. 777?? do 4b ^"A
do cvt 4VijS 1 000. 77'i
1.000. 73 1000.. 77'?
L0O0. 77'/2, do con 4a '*
G.OOO. .... /7^-a|N* Y G E L H & 8
Ao SOW "i* i Power p m 4s
2,000. i? 1 5,000 68
Beth Steel ext 5a :Nr Y N II & ??
3,000. 96 j pvt c.a
do p m 5a
3,000. 82
3,000. 81'
Bk'.yn U Kiev 5s
1,000. 79(
Cent Leather 5s
1,000,
1,000. S3
? do deb 4s 1955
13.000. 60
N Y Rys rfjr 4s
5.1100. 52'-',
" 000. 52
in,urn). 95.54 I
4.000.
122.000.
13,000.
: 26,.1.
'"..I
61,000,
25.000.
Total .$432.000?
I U S Liberty 1st 4 ?-,,.?
7,000.'94.4-1
10,000. 94.40
2,000. 94.44
2,000. 94.26?
Total .$21,000?
I U S Liberty 2d 4;t?<
30,000. 93.54?
13.000. 93.52.
100.000. 93.50'
3,000. 93.52
2,000. 93.48
IT.000. 93.32:
39,000. 93.36;
5.000. 93.48
95.58
95.60
95.62
95.64
95.66
95.63
95.73
95.74
95.76
95.74
95.70
95.68 ,
95.66 ,
95.64
95.62
95.63
95.70
95.72 !
95.70
95.72
95.70
_ 95.72
1.000. 95.75
1.000. 95.74
15.OHO. 94.73
10,000. 95.73
otal . . . .$1,524.000
25.000,
6,000.
8.000.
49,000.
86,000.
86,000
51,. ,
73,000.
5 000.
3!,OOO. .
T.OliO. ,
1 ".OOO .
2.HO?).
14.000. .
10.mm. .
?u - n . 93',-4 N Y Tel -i^
Ches & O cvt .?s .-, nn?i 86
6,000 ..... 81 n Y W &"b i'via
do ten 4'?S , 2,000. 53
3,000..- 76% Nor Pacifie 4s
do cvt 41-s 3,000. . 80?/?
?V1 3.000.75% do .'?,;
Chic & Mt rfs 2a 1000 501-1
72,000... 503*0 Ry & Nav'to" 2
C B & Q tien 4s 1 000 . . 73a-,
1.000...... 801/jjOre S L rfs 4s
do joint 4s 3,000. S2
L000. 9334: Penr. con 5s 1919
00 . 93?*8 10OO.100
4.000. 94 I do con 4i;,8
2.000. 93% 3.000.:.. 95
1.000. 94 ? do ?en 41 .3
1.000. 933/. K, on? -3 87
r* r("w'?:-.--- 93%l do ',-' ?:,!S
?t, Gt west 4s 1 1)00 ??4l
n M?2.?-V" 5.8 Pprfi Marn'?a'" '
C M & St P ftrn & , Xinoo 80' ,
rfa cvt 5s ser B pub s ?f N J 5s
-- 00 . 76S.3I 2,000. 78
do cvt tV?s Readinjr tren 4s
1 '.OOO. 76'/a 1,1100_ 84
do ?*!'?? I H-s o 000 84
[?000. tl'MSt L r'M & 8 ''?
. '?"'",.A6' ***, 2,000 . 763.-4
do n??n Is ser A it r, & s !?* Is ser \
Foreign Government and Mu?
nicipal Bonds
2,0(10. 72'/2
C R 1 ,<? P rfi?- 4s
7,000. ..b6?. 67' 4
1,000. 67/a
Chile Cop cvt 6s
ext res pt pd
?.OOO. 79'n
C C C & St L K?*n 4a
I. 100 . 63! 2
Con ?a?* cvt 6s
:,.,
1, 100
do 5s ser B
.,
do adj ?i?
2,000. . . .
5.000. . .
597,
593?
Am For Sec 5n
12.! ,?100.
3,000.
Anglo-French .'.?i
?O.
11,000.
21.000.
43.000.
136,000.
100,000.
5.00O.
187,000.
28.000.
26,000.
4,000.
Argentine t? ?a
1.000.
Chines? Ry 5a
10,000.
City of Bordeaux
2.000.
R.noo.
1,000.t
9,000.
City of Paris ?u
4.000.
2,000.
600.
2,000.
30,000.
97'/,,!
97'4'
931/4
93^R
93' -,
93^
93' V
93'2
93' -,i
93^
9334
93-V
933/4
85''
ea '?
6s !
03'/e
9314
933*H'
933?,
887a!
89
91'/, I
??'/?I
89 ?
Dom of Can 5s 1921
1.000. 9434
do 1920
, 5.000. 93
do 1931
3.1)01
French <;?>v 5*<>s
20.000. . .
5,0ii0
4,000. . .
d ser 4Vj..
German strop
5.000. 80!'.
7.000. 80U
???P of Cub? 5a 19H4
1.000. 98
U K of Great Britain
* 1 5a
000
Jllp
923.?
98' ?
981 4
98' ?
68
______ 681,4
do inc. ?-is
2.000. 49,-?4
^^^^^^^^^J 1.000...... 49%
n lf-?'o?n- ??? 9.9/aSt P&K CShL
Den .?i R G con 4s I \,s
4,000. ..a. . 68 ? -.OOO"'... 67
Det U Rys 4%8 Scab Air L rfe 4s
1.000. b9 ! g_o00 57
E I'V & G con 6a do adj 5s e.x-,nt
*''-""0. 91'/3; 1,000. 54
,''".n,n 5s aa Sinclair Oil sf 7s
LO00. 86 I 2 000 90'%
Erie prior Hen Is ,?? Ht;( warrants
3,000. 66 j 15,000 . 93i.-4
do cvt is ser B So Car & Ga 5s
10.000. 48 I 1,00?-? 98i
do cvt 4h ser D i .So Bell T & t 5a
13.000. 52'/j: 4,000.... . 88I/4
Ga Pac 6s I So Pacific cvt ?a
'In
99 14
98'a
98
98^,
)?V!?s 1919
?'?.000. . .
'1.000.
5.000.
do new ?^^^^^^
1.000. 993.
15.000. 9?3Ji?
10,000. 991 4
13.000. 99A
7,000. 99V
ea 6U1 1921
1.000. .. .100'/
Hud <fc M ri? 5s
9.000. 68 I
3,000. 5734*
1.000. 57741
4.000. 57*41
4,000. 58i/a
do inc 5s
3,000. 181/J
3.000...'... 18%
111 Cent is 1353
"?.OOO. 90!V?
2,000. 9002
1.000. ?30-si,
1,000{|500) 91'
1,000. 90ii
1.000. 90l/a
do cvt 4a
3,000. 79' 4
1.000. 79
do col 4s
1,000.-, 71
?r>.0ni>. 74 ?Southern Ry 5?
do St L div 3V> I 3 000 5?)
1.000. 65%' 5.ono. .?834
Intbor R T rfe 5s 2.0u0. 88 r?
1,000. 79'/,
3,010. 79
1.000.78%
Tntbor-Met 4?^a
do I _
1.000. 63%
1.000..^... ?I/,1
r?? br00,?- ? ? ** 60</2! do ** S- L **??*
-?*? S? 6" MOO.66V i
-?.. J'li0 ? * i ' ' ? T5'-^ T1*ird Av adj 5s
In,. M Mar ?os ? 000 35
T 3',000. 96a-4; Un Pac cvt' 'is' '
Iowa Cent 4s ?* noo a^s^ '
j.ooo.43%; um:::::: 83%
KcK*Mi.fl? S Rubber 5?
i^ l- 1 t s & M D6 ?2, 00 . ... SO3?*
!!?"",.100 U S Steel ?f 5* ^
. V'-?.10O'-> 35..). 981/4
do 4? i loo gai/.
4,000...... 66 Va-Car Chem 6a *
?van City ?o 5a 1 000 95
r i V*'-,0-;?-,?- 78'/8;Va I C & C 5s
Lake b 4s 13C8 2,000.85
.?'"'-,'?,',' ' ' " ***-*% "irgiman Ry 53
do 4s 1031
5,000. 84
Long I 5a 1337
1,000. 72
do sen 4s
1.000. ... S97?,
Wabach 1st 5a
3.00O. 91%
West Un 4%s
8V i
... .1.000. 72'/2; Wilson & Co 6a
.Mien tent deb 4s 2 000 93-*^
liinn .i.,? *.,-w. jn>~S
74'/
Bid and Asked
Quotations
Am Ic
Am Li?
-1?) pr
Am Mill
Adacw p? Bl*V A*,*c"<'-.. Bid- Aiked.
AdT Rumei.7.. 6% |8% i0 pr . 83 gs
Al?. 7- -T%r* ,, *** IKenne Copper. 33 33%
?a.aa old M. 3'/? 3% li^.,,^ & rj M 3 7
Ala. ,Jwu.au.. 2 2% do vr . - 50
A. Chataors.. 33,4 33% KCKUP 89 1)9
,;"," -. ??? 83 031/4 Kress & Co . 55 60
am liiiK Nota .iu .?? K.-...-S A Co pr 103 105
Am AP/che?: S ? ^"???...8 g?
Am Rent Su. 68% 70 do pr . 18 22
AB a Fdry.. 84 90 , do pr .102 104
?d? PS .'?' 175 L-W BU Co.. 29'/, 30'/,
Am can ... ?40% 46%, do ,3l ?.. n'' ^
AitTrr'm.'m" ??i7 !14l'!,Lon"'.-d P... 1801% 185
AJ5?C * F--,8Js'i 84 ? do pr .....101 108
Am Lot Ou. 4!',, 42 M2u:t,ay Cos... 74 75
do pr .. ,.75 85 , do pr . 65'? 68
Ara hipratiB.. 83 88 Mauhat Beach O? 5
Ain II & L. 18'? 13% Mauhat El... 36 100
J0t?** . 79 RI ? Mat Al W . . 35 40
*} -'-?? . 3M/4 32 Maxwell Mtr.. 26'/? 27
Am Int Corp. 53 53'/, do 2d pr .20 21
*m Linseed pr 77% 7H% M..v Dept Ht. 51 13
?como. . 83% 65% lo i! .?H | y
97', j M M, r Petrol
_-_, 6 7 do pr 94
a? JS? pr; -43'* 45'/, Miami C Cop. 28% 28%
Am Shtpbld?.M5 139 Mich Centra... ? III ,
Am Smelt.... 77'/, 77% M?danle 8t. 51'/j 5 : %
<'?> Pr .10? 106% M & ?S L uew. IO'/i
."Wi... 88 91 M?i'A 3 S M. 87 89
Am bnu/r ... !K) loo , d0 pr .I,m ,,,8
4~?c.pr, ?V 80 " ! do ?*<? Ilr*e?- 55 ?''
Am Steel Fdry 72'/. 73 il ?K & T. ... 5% 5%
Am Suru pr.HO III ? do pr _ 8% 9?
Am h.im Tob. 122% 123%,'Mo Pacido_ 23% 23%
x^t?* ."A' ?0?? 92'??' <-" Pr . 55 56
Ara Tel V C. 50 60 Mont Vomi... 65 68
Am Te 4 T. 92% 93 do ?r .101 Vit ?
Am Tobacco..! 63 166 ?MoitU A ??.. ? 75
do pr new. 92% 95 N as h & Chat.. 105 112
?Am Wool ... 58 58'.-, Nat A.-n-ie _ 30 31
? ,,?"? ^- 95 9(> Mat Biscuit.... ? 93
Am Wr P? pr 27% 28 do pr . 95 112
Am Z A ta, 18% 13% Nat Cl * B... 80 75
.? Pr . 49% 51*4 do pr . 98% 108
Anaconda .... 65% 65% Nat Cou A C. 13 13",
Asset? Ri Co. I j N? Bn A St. 51 51%
^?o DrT*ds.. 13 15 do pr .... 95 100
do 1st pr.. 48 S4 Nat I>?ad .... 58% 59
do 2d pr... 40 59% ju yr .101 104%
At<;h's,'" . 85 85% N RR M 1st pr ? 18
. "o Pr . 82% 84 do 2d pr... 5 5%
At Blr i A.. 3 9'/,iNeV Cor, Cop. 19% 20
A ^ H ?,? 32"? 96 N " r & M? ?7 19
A G & W I. 102 I02/2N Y Air Bi-,.124 126
TJdr> Pr . 63 84% N Y Central.. 71 71%
Baldwin Luco. 89 89% N Y C & 8 L 15 18
'io pr .. ..99 101 do 1st pr.. 53 56
B & f?.53% 54% do ?2d pr... 34 45
?''?' Pr . 5n% 57 N* y Dock. 22 23%
Barrett Co.... 02% 93% do pr ... 43'/, 51
do pr . ...101 103 N' Y I? A W ? 123
?Batopllaa \f.. 1% |i-a N Y N H 4 H 37% 40
Betli St Cl B. 82% 32% N V O & W t't% 19%
do 7th pr . 90 91", Norfolk 8outh. 16 18
do .SOi pr..l03 106 Norfolk & W.. 103 103%
BUT. , . . 40% 41 do pr . 70 75
Bkn Vn (?au. 78 85 North Am ... 40 41
Booth Fish... 25"? 25%lNorthern ?'ac. 87% 88
Brown Shoe,. 67 68% No Scotia St.. 60 62
?do pr ... 96 103 Ohio Irw?-i ... 41% 44%
Bums Bros... 136% 117% ,...?. , Ga.38 38%
?do pr .108'., 115 lont ?liver. 9% 9%
Brunswick ... 11% 13 Owen. Bot.... 58 60
Buff It & P. 70 90 do pr .. ? MO
?do pr .100 107 Pa,?ill?. Coast. 43 45
Butta C ft '?, H 11% do 1st pr... 68 90
Butte ft S ('. 27% 28 do 2d pr. . . 55 80
Butterich Co.. 8% 9 Pacido Mail... 32% 32%
Cal Packing.. 41% 4134 P(u. Ti,[ & T ?3 24
Cal Petrol.... 18% 19% do pr ..... ? 90
do pr . . ., 59% 60 p Am Pt pr. 94", 95
Cal ft Ariz.. 65 70 IVnn R R 43'- 43%
Cnji South-? 54 r-orU ft E ... 4% 6%
Cm? .1 I pr. 60 86 pe0 q ft <"" .47% ?17%
Car C & O. ? 26 p,.n> Marquette 14 I r>%
do pr .? 50 do prior pr =17 58",
Ceu of N J. .196 229 ?., pr 18% 4?
Cen Fdry. 30 34% r> |a Co 28 28%
do pr . 41 45 p c C A S L 50 60
Cen I.eath pr. 102'/, 10?* p0ttl Mulll_ 30 40
C ft S A Tel. 100 104 ,?., l8( pr . 94 100
Carro De Pits 34 34% p.?;. Coal pr. . 81 84
Chandler Mir. 86 87 p f w ,<.(-.? 158
Ches ft O- 56% 5'!%- pi;-:, St pr.... 93 95
Chi ft Alton. 7% 1% p 4 w Va.. 32% 33
do pi* ..... ? 20 I do pr ..... 77*, 80
Chi Gt Weot. 7% 8 -r-ni-? Cr ?"oal. 18 20
do pr ... 23' ', 23% x'r Steel Car.. 69% 69?'?
C M ft S P 43% 44'? do pr 95 100
do or . 74% 74% r> < ,'? v * 96 98%
C * N W... 92 92' ', pullman P CHI'/, 112
do pr .125 UO i,.,- steel Spr.. 80'/, 81
C R I ft P 23":, 23% d0 pr .. 99% lOO'/j
do 6 pe pr. 62", 63 nw Con Cop. 23% 24
do 7 pc pr. 73% M% R-padlnis . B7'/a 88
C ft Pitts... ? 80 d0 lat pr.. 37 46
CSP M ft 0. 72", 100 ' ..? 2d pr . 37 411
do pr . mo 130 ft,.n 1 ft S . 91 91 %
C C (' ft S L 30% 31'/, ?p ?r . . .100 101
do pr ..... 00 70 Roya] Dutch... 104 104%
Chile Copper. . 16% 16% <!iVigK Anns.? 7'? 73
Chino 1* Cop. 38% 39% pgjop Motors . 1% 8
Cluett Peab.. 50 55 ^ 1, ^. ? p in% 11",
do pr . . . 98", 107 ' do pr . 27 28'/,
Coi F ft I. 43 46 '<-; j Sw 11 22%
Col G ft E, 33 33% ' do pr . .28 37%
Col ft So. ... 21 22% ge?-, A L. .. 7% 7%
?lo 1st pr.. 48"? 50%. ,1-, pr !<- 20
do 2.1 pr... 42 47 ??ear, Roe ...139 141
C-rn-.p Tab... 37. JO ,j,, Dr I ?8 125%
C (1 F, I. ft P 93 UK) Sinclair Oil.... 30% 31
Co"sol Coal.. ? 88 g.g ^ 4 ( lil -.?4',
Consol Gas... 90 91!/, ?.,, Dr 92 102
C I C M .... 10 l0"?,'c;o,-..h(,,.rl pac. R3V4 84"4
Cont ''an ... 68 70 g p R Sugar '7.2 130
do pr . .. 98% 101 "4: do rr 100 I 10
Cont I"-. Co . 31 54 southern RR.. 23% 23%
Cor?. Product. 43% 43'/, ,?? ,,r r,2[ ? 63
do pr . ... 99% 100 [?.1 Mill pr 92 85
Cret Carpet... 43 50 gtudebaker . 12% 43
Crucible St... 65% 65% do pr 85 90
^i" r.r "? ??.2S1'-,-? *3*'1'tz Motors.. 39% 45
Cub? Am Su.1.35 I,i0 ^,,? -,?.., .40 42
do pr . 90 105 ? |n pr . 93 98
Culm Cane Su 30% 30% t.,.'.?. Con Ch. !9 19%
do pr . ?1% 82 TpxM 4 pac.. 14% 15
flirre Co pr. 93", 94% *n t,\ Tr..lKO 200
Pel ft "Tud. .108', 109 TpIlli, ,?, 149% 150%
T) L ft W..160 163 ,t?--?1 \t Tin 19 I91/,
Den ft R G. 4 5 ?ridowatcr oil. 179 182
Dome \flnre.. 8% 9 T ,,, product.. 68 68%
Pet Fillson ..104 105 ? rl0 pr . oh 97",
Pet Un RR.. SO 88 To, ? T. & W. 2 8
Ptst Seo - 56% 56%. dn etfs . . 5", 6
P s -4 ft A. 3 5 do pr ..... M ?
do pr .. .. 7% 10 ,lo cf.. pr I 1 15
Flee St Rat.. 33 53%Trans ft W S 37% 39
Elk'iom Coal. 73% 26"?; -p.,.,., ,-?..v j, -e 40 44
do pr . 36 47 ! rto pr .70 125
Fr'.e . 14% 15 Cndemood T.. 100 105
do 1st pr.. 30% 31 ,,o pr ? ? ?02% --
do 2d rr . 21 23 %-,,' B^ & p 70 72
Fe-1 M ft S. 9'?, 13% x*nion Pacific, 129% 121",
do pr . 33 34 ,? , r 70% 72",
Fisher Pv pr 89 ?ki% T-n r?t.ir st..100% 100%
Gen Chem. ? ? 180 183 ? , r, 102 120
do pr . 98 'M, United PniR. . 69% 72
Ce?\ Cigar ? ? '?? ,1 40 .? ,, ;,. nr 4S 50",
?lo nr . 09 99% ,- , ?d pr . 761/, 78%
Cen Elec- '44 146 pnited Fruit.. 125 128
Gen Mot?rs. ..134% 135'?', \Vn a-? Invest.. 8 8%
do pr . 80 82 I do pr .. . 15", 16
Goodrk-h pr... 98% 100%W-pn p ?: F. "'", 13
Gt North pr.. 911", 90% ., nr ..41 43%
do Ore subs 31% 31% 7- ^ Express.. IK"? '7
Greene C C.. 44"? 45 T- g T...., AVo 126 127
G M & No.. 9 12% do pr .? 95 "7
do pr ., .28 38% r- , RU?bber.. 81 SI'?
Gulf St Steel 30 8' ?. , ;.. pr. .104 105 I
do 1st pr ? 102'/, r- -i sm ft R. 42 43
TTss ft B Car. 46 47 ? dn pr . 43 50
F.ir*ni?n C,irp4l 47 :- 3 ^.0?? . 107*', 103
ffomestake ...7' 8" ; do r- ?, ..111% 113
Int Airrlcul... 16 ?7 ruh Corner... R0 81
dn pr . 56% 17 Va-Car ?Chem.? ;>9'?', 50?1?
Tnsp Copper.. 52 52'1 ,\r, rr .102 '05
Int-Cnn Corp. 8 8% Wahash 9% "''.
Int ITs- N ,T..124''? 126 ; .,? nr ?-,.... 37% 37%
,'0 pr . .109 112 ' do p?- I!_ 23 23%
In! TTar Corp. R4 66 Wells Fargo .. 71 74
do pr .102 ? w Md 2?! rr ~3 32
Int Mer Mar. 25% 28 % 'Western 1%?-. 2!", 22",
do pr . 96 Hi''? ,?,?, Pr . 80% 1*2
Inl Paper ... 38% 58%?Went Un Tel. 7"", 80%
Vin p. gtpd. . 81% F> Westin'se M'n. 58 HO
do pr .. R0 ino ' do 1st pr. . 4!% 41%
Tnt .Yicltel_ 3P"4 30%lwilson Co. r,o% 81
do pr ..... 90 ? ! lo nr . .on 98
Tnt. Palt.? 54 tv?? ft T, F . 9 9%
T,,wa Contrai. 3 5 \v- I?. \t?,rx. 42?', 43
,Tw!l Tea.... 30 35 Willys ?'Tver... 19% 19?',
do nr ... 90 9j ?., pr ?;?, (i-! ,
KCFPftM rr . 35 ? 'Wis C?entral... 35 37
Kan (*ity So. 17% in [Wnolworth ....110 112
dn pr ..... 51 54 ' do pr .... I'2 llfl
K'i'y Spring.. 50 51 WP ft M rr A 90?:, 91%
do pr _ 80 87 ' dn pr H . . 19 69%
Curb Market
Note.?Thi? Tribune assumes no responsi?
bility for the accuracy or authenticity of curb
market quotations. Transactions and v?ricas
Thursday wer? reported as follotrs :
Industrials
Phares. Open. Hiirh. Low. Last..
10n???l ?Aetna Exploa. 12% 13~-8 12=, 13'.4 '
Vi?n ?Am Sum rts. , 4' g 4'/a 3"4 3%
'JOD Br Am Tob cou 13a? 13*-, 1814 18'3
1500 ?Burns I-e _ 36'4 36',-j. 36 36-*??
200 ?Car Light ft P 21 a 2'?2 2</a 2\3
800 Chev Motor ..134 135 134 134
1000 ?Cuprite Sulp - *a Bfc -*? H '??
?DO Curt?as Aero cm 37 37 363? 35^
800 ?Gen Asphalt. 32H 33' 2 32^4 33 I
SOD Grape-Ola ... 'b 73 7s 78 '
1200 do pr . 17a 178 1?8 17a?:
fi'Xl ?Lake Torpedo. 5 5'4 5 5'-g '
1 ?O ?Lima Loco .. 4-53-4 453.4 46?H 45?%'
18000 Nth Am P ?6 P 31 j 4-^ 3'2 4
2ii0 ?Pouluen Wlrel 10'-, 10'?a 10' 4 10'4 I
700 ?Reic Equirmt 10'% 107? 105, -q%
1000 Smith ?Motor T 1 r\ l-f, 1-^ 1i.?a|
500 ?Stoel Alloys .5 5 5 6
Siv. U 3 Stmshp . 5% 6 S^j
1200'Wr-Mar Air.. 9!2 9'.', 9' e
Standard Oil Stocks
Shares. Open. High. Low. Last,
3000 ?Pierce Oil ... 17'. g 17'a 163'4 163-4
Other Oil Stocks
Shares. Open. High. Low. Last.
2500 *tAm Ventura. 12 13 11 12
800 ?Barnett O & G A .*, -fl, -%
20 ? 'i-Bost-Wyo O. 21 21 20 20
21 0 Cosden & Co.. 6*=a 633 6"'? 6"-8
i' -) Crystal UP) .. 1% 1-*8 1**-3 158
1000 Drillers Oil . . ' g ' 3 ' 3 !
?600 ?tEsra Oil Corp 5 6 5 6
1000 ?Fed Oil . 2',4 2' 4 2' 8 21 4
2500 'Glenrock Oil.. 3'8 4 3% 3~3
1000 "Houston Oil . 79 79 76 78
1600 -Imp Con OU. . ?J \'i ijj +J
4500 ?Island O & T. 334 3% 3=-8 358
2.) Metro Petro... 11* lie 1?s 1%
4000 -?t.Midwest Oil..101 101 99 100
540 ?Midwest Ref..115 115 113 114
1100 ?TXor Oil _ 60 61 60 61
2000**-rOklaOil.com 1'/2 2 VA 2
1500 Oiila P & R. . . 7 7 634 6%
V.mii Okm P 4 R... 334 3% 3% 3'/a
3OU0 tOmar O & G. 23 28 27 27
' 'Penn-Ken Oil. 5 5'/8 4'% 5
40fl0 Ponn Gasolene. ' 4 '/4 !4 '4
500 *+Red R04G44 44 44 44
100 ?Sap O & R. .. 7 7 7
1500 Seq O & R. .. sa 3-b
700 *Std G&O S Cp 34 %
2700 ?Stanton Oil... 1% 2 1% -?
500 ?Tex O & R. . . 5g sa *i 5
10000 *-i*Tux Star O. 2 2'?? 2 2
500 ?Vic Oil. n st.. 3 3'-8 3 3!
h
Mining
Shares. Open. Hiiih. Low. Last
27000 fAI-Br Col Met ?48 53 48 56
900 '.Am Mines . . 71 72 71 72
2300 *t Amina M (ap) 39 39 37 33
800 Ar Bin* C Co. 5> 8 5'4 5! 3 5'4
1000 *tAtlanta . 4' 3 4'/2 4?,2 4'/2
6000 Big L Cop Co.. 1^ 1'/a 1 1'a
: 00 'tBooth . 5 5 5 5
5000 ?Bos & Mon... 53 53 52 53
3500 Butte Det . 16 17 15 16
500 ?tCaledonia ... 45 45 45 45
2000 ?Cal ? Jer ... VA 1'/8 1' a V a
1000 tCashboy . 5'2 5! 2 5'/2 5' 2
2100 ?Cerbat ?il ... 1% 1% 1*1* 1%
75 ?Coco River . . 2 2 2 2
'.000ConsCopMir.es 6% 5% 5{ 4 5' -4
700 Cresson Con G 4^4 4-34 434 434
1300 ?Denbigh Mines 2'/8 2'/8 2 2-fa
3000 tEl Salva Silv. 75 77 75 77
0 -;" ireka Croes. 1+J 1 :? 1% 1%
JOOO ?fFortuna Con 30 29 33 38
600+GoldfieId Con. 24 24 24 24
1000 ?tGoldfield Mrg 3 3 3 3
Il. ?"?-Great Bend.. 4 4 4 4
8400 ?tHattie G 'api 59 60 59 60
. "> Hecla Mining . 4S-8 5 4% 5
12500 ?tHypotheek ..23 24 19 20
1500 '-.Jim Butl??r. . 60 60 58 53
500 fJumbo r.x^or.3 13 13 13 13
I I00 ?tKewanaa ... 4 4 4 4
7200 ?fLib Silv lap) 44 47 44 45
2l 000 ?tLone Star ..7 8 6'/2 7
500 Louisiana Cons ?"* tt? *"j ->
2000 ??Marsh Min . 5' 5 5' 5'
500 rMcKinley-Dar. ?10 40 40 40
1000 "???Mother Lode. 26 36 36 36
100 ?Mutual M&Lp V/z Wz Wz Wz
4500 ?tNat Z & L. . 18 19 17 17
200 ?New Cornelia 19'*8 19'/8 19'8 19/8
310 ? Nixon N'ev. ... 50 51 49 51
'-??Ohio Copper.. 1 \ 1 At 1 tVj 1t1*
8700 ?Onondago M. 5'/4 5:,4 5 5'/4
4000 ?Pacific Tunsrs. 2 2 ,:-8 1 }J
300 ?Kay Here Mng 3?"8 4 3% 4
3000 ?--"Roch Comb. 38 38 38 38
500 tRoch Mines... 37 37 37 37
500 fSan Toy . 10 10 10 10
LSOO Se?orita Cop... 3^ 34 % 3?
3600 ?Silv Fiss Silv. |J -.; [j [\
1000*fSilver Pick.. 5 5 5' 5
200 Stand Silv-Ld.. % 3? 3? s-,
' 3O0 Stewart . 11 11 11 11
- -.-, ?tSuccesa Mng. 12 12 12 12
:00 Tonopah Exten. 1}J 1X4 11 j ?\\
1 0 ?tTroy-Ariz ... 12 12 12 12
300 United Eastern. 3."* 3-fj 3-TI 3-73
16100*tU ? 7?* & Ld 24' 24 17' 17'
" '?Vard M & M 10 10 10 10
lOOOtWest End Con 1' 3 1'8 1 r? 1/,
2000 fWh C Ex lap? 5 5 5 5
Bonds
Sales fOOO omitted'). Qppn. Hiorh. Low. La?t
?:?? ?Am T&T 6s w 1. 93'3 93'3 93?, 93%
10 ?do :-?-? 6s . 99i8 99', 99% 99'
20 ?A'rmour 6s 1919. 99 99' ? 99 99'?
2 ?do ?',s 1924.. . 95 953-, 95 95%
ISO ?B-rh St 5?? 2-y n 99' 2 99*4 99'?2 99%
2 ?do 7 '19 w 1 100 100 100 100
-, ?do 7-*5,'20 w i.100'/4100'/4100 100
5 ?do 7<"e '21 w i. 98'., 99 933^ 9834
20 ?do 7?; '22 w i. 98f4 98'4 93 93
20 ?do 7 '23 .?.* ?. 93' a 93' 8 98 93
: I ?Can Govt 5b .. 97% 97% 97"4 973?
I'Cudahy 7s'23 w i 97'/2 97'2 97'2 97i/a
lOFt-d Farm Ln 5s. 103 103 103 103
23 ?Rusa Govt 51 ,?s. 55 57 55 57
43 ?do 6V-a ...... 57 58 57 58
50 ?Un Pac 6s w I. . 100 "s 100' 4 100 100'?
?Unlisted. +Sell cents per share.
Commodities
Industrial
?'-or Cotton Market Report See Page 10
Metals
The copper market was anehap.g*ed
yesterday. The trade ia awaiting" the
outcome of the conference to be held
by producers and the War Industries
Board on Wednesday next. Then the
price to be fixed for the metal after!
August 1 will be discussed. Recent
mentracts have been for small amounts
of metal, it is stated. The lead situa- j
tion was unaltered. Tha demand con
tinues large and no increase in the
supply is noted. Spelter is as dull as
it has been for a long time and has
an easier tendency as regards prices.
Current prices for the principal
metals, compared with those prevailing
a year ago, follow:
Current A year
price. ago.
Pig iron. Besse?
mer, Pittsb'gh.$36.60 $55.00
Copper, electro?
lytic, lb .... *.26 .29-%-,@.30'/2
Tin, lb.95 .63a4
Lead, lb.081-20 .10^4
Spelter, East St.
Louis, lb.08 .08'%
'Government price.
Sustenance
Cereals
Wheat.?Private crop report? received
1 yesterday give quite a clear intimation
? as to what may be expected by the
; government report next week. One
j authority makes the winter wheat crop
; 593,000,000 and the spring wheat crop
307.000,000 bushels, or a total of 900,
; 000.000 bushels, while another crop ex?
pert places the winter wheat yield at
| 592,500,000 and the spring at 313,700,000,
or a total of 911,200,000 bushels. The
last government report made the win?
ter wheat crop 557,300,000 and spring
333,600,000, or a totai of 890,000,000
bushels, while last year'? total crop of
both winter and spring was '151,500,000.
The report showed that while there
has been a slight falling off in the in?
dicated crop of spring wheat, thrashing
returns have revealed a larger yield of
winter wheat than expected. Receipts
at primary points were again large,
and stocks are accumulating despite
'he fact that millers have be?in very
active buyers of cash wheat in the
West to fill a big demand for flour,
and there has also been a very large
export business done for shipment to
Europe.
Corn.?Private estimates on the corn
crop gave an indicated yield of from
3,008,000,000 to 3.017,000.000 bushes,
compared with the government figures
last month of 3,160,000,000 and last
year's final crop of 3,159,500,000. Some
further damage reports were received
from the Southwest, and the Oklahoma
State report made the condition only
39 per cen:, compared with 80 per cent
last month and 49 per cent last year.
These reports caused quite active buy- ;
ing at times during yesterday's ses- '
sion, and as sellers were inclined to
be cautious the market developed
strength and closed with net gams of
lrsc to 2%c.
Y?K?terday's Previous Year :
New York : Hone. close. auo.
Corn, No. 3 yellow.$1.883-4. $1.8834 $2.43? z
Chicago :
August . 1.5534 1.53'a
September . 1.57 1.54?8
Oats. ? The oats market was only '
moderately active, but prices were
firmer in sympathy with corn, closing
with net gains of '"2 to I'-ic. Private
crop estimates indicated yields of 1,- ,
409,000,000 bushels to 1.419,000,000, |
compared with last month's govern- ?
ment fi ?tu re s of 1,436,617,000 and last
years' final crop of 1,587.286,000. These
figures were about in line with ex-!
itions and some very favorable
threshing returns of late have given
the impression that the crop may be
larger than predicted. Country offers
of new oats were again liberal and re- ;
ceipts were larger than last week's.
Y ?este!-lay's Previous Year
New York : close. clots?. ?go.
Oats, No. Z white.. .84 .83 .89'/2 :
? ?...ago:
lug ist .?Wt, ?68'/a ?
September.68' z .68 .6O-/2
Rye.?Market steady.
Yesterday's Previou? Y? ..
New York : ???. elope. ago.
Cash, No. 2 West.$1.71 $'.70 $1.90
Flour ar.?> Meal.?Quotation* were:
\ ?st'day's Previous Year
New Yotk : close. close, ago
Flour. Minn., ?pg, pat-$11.40 $11.40 $13.75
Cornmeai, yellow, gran 4.70 4.70 "9.25
Rye flour, choice. 10.65 10.65 12.00.
?Kiln arie??.
Produce Markets?Current
Butter.?ReceiptB were 7,930 pack?
ages. Creamery, higher than extra?,
per lb, 45%@45%; extras (92 score),.?
4494c; firsts" (88 to 91 score), 43*? |
(.?.44^; seconds (83 to 87 score), 41
(&43c; thirds, [email protected]?ic; creamery,
unsalted, higher than extras, 48*4?
47V4e; extras, 46?fi 4?V-?c; firsts, 444 ,
@454c; seconds, [email protected]; state dairy,
tubs, finest, 44 4c; good to prime, 4J
44c; common to fair, [email protected]?41c; reno
vated, extras, 40<? 10 4c: firsts.
39 4c; lower grades, 35ig'38c; imita?
tion creamery, firsts, 37'u3Hc; ladles,
current make, first?. [email protected]*>4c; sec?
onds. 35c; iower grades. 3S<??84eJ pack?
ing stock, current make. No. 1, 34 41a?
35c; No. 2, 34c; lower grades, 31 ai
33 4c _
Cheese.?Receipts were 2,323 boxea.
*-*flte. v.'hole m; Ik, fresh, flats, specials,
colored, lb, 25-&c; whit?*, 25%c; av?
erage run, colured. 25 -231*?*: white,
[email protected]*>4c; lower (Trade?, [email protected]%c;
twins, specials, 25 *-* a.25--?e; averape
run, 24\-a 25c; lower crades. 21 ?
244c; single daisies, 25 ??< <<: 2?i<*.
double daisies, [email protected]; Wisconsin
whole milk, fresh, single ?laisies. 25'?-4
.?;.2'il*c; double daisies, 25
Young Americas, 23 ?-*??.'2?i-mc;
skims, fresh, specials, [email protected]*>4c;
prime to choice, \~iYiu: 194c; fair to
good, [email protected]; lower grades, 5<? 13c.
Eggs,?Receipts were 15,289 cases.
Fresh gathered extra*?, dozen, 46
regular packed, extra firsts, 4i
firsts, *10*-i.43c; seconds and poor??r, 26
5?39c; dirties. No. 1, [email protected]; No. 2
and poorer, [email protected]; checks, good to
choice, dry, [email protected]; under grades. 25
@32c; state, Pennsylvania and nearby
Western hennery whites, fine to fancy,
56 ? 56c. ordin iry to [ rime, 48
gathered whites, ordinary to I'm??, 45
54c; Western an?i S?iuThern gathered
whites, 4'i;50<*; state, Pennsylvania
and nearby hennery browns, 4:
ga*hered browns and mixed colors, 88
@47c.
Orchard and Fi*ld
Yesterday. A year ago.
Beans, marrow,
choice. 10O ?b $12.50?-$15.50f?i ?~
Pea?,Scotch.100 lb 11.75?-- - A
Potatoes, L. I., uOl 4.30?? 4.75 2.50 ?j? 2.75
Apples, bbl. 4.00<q> 6.00 [email protected] 4.50
Grapefruit, Cal, bx 2.50? 5.00 ?2.00? 5.00
Oran-ja*. Cul, bo*" 6.00(a 9.00 ?2.00^ 3.23
?Cuban, box
Hay and Straw
Yesterday
'er ton.) A year ago
Timothy, No. 1,
large, bales $29 00^ 30.00 [email protected] 50
No. 1 clover mxd 23.00-125.00 17.00'if 18.00
Kye straw. No. 1 17.00 ?/18.00 14.00-(j 15.00
Fresh Poultry?Dressed
Broilers.- -Fresh, dry packed, 12 to
box. Western milk-fed, 10 to 15 lbs
to dozen, lb, 45 : -o 24 lbs.
?1" )''??.*; 25 to .?0 lbs 43 c 44c; corn
fed, 10 to 15 lbs, [email protected]; 18 to 24,
lb . 41(?>43c; 25 to 30 lbs, 4:
Southern, corn-fed. 10 to 24 lbs, 41 ?-?
43c; broilers, fresh, cod, barrels.
Western, m?k-fed, 2 to 2:2 !bs per pair,
[b, 12 p43c; 3 to 4 lbs, 42''-' 13c; com.
fed, 2 to 2'2 to 4 lbs,
39 5 He; Virginia, m Ik fed, 3 to 4 lb?*,
43 ? 15c; Phi ad ph.a and Long Island,
3 to 4 lbs, 50c; 2 to 2-'-? lbs,
75^j,80c; Pennsylvania, 3 to 4 lbs
46c* Long Island, scalded, 3 to 4 lbs,
[email protected]; Michigan, scalded, 3 to 4 lbi,
?"?-.?He; Western, scalded, 2 to 4 lbs,
Lc: Southern, kegs, dry packed,
corn-f ' uthern
and Southwestern, ban . .'-.?A. 37
''!'?', fowls, fro.nh, bo*.--:, dry pacKed.
. '10 lbs
and over to d'izen. 36c; 48 to 56 lb?,
36c; 13 to 47 ?:) = , 36c; ?' 6 to 42
lbs, 34c; 30 to 35 lbs, 33c; under
30 lbs, 32c; foils, fresh, boxe?,
corn-fed, V. lbs and
to dozen, 35c; 4'4 to 56 lbs. 85c;
43 to 47 ib?. 34-*sc; 36 to 42 lbs, 33*?Sc;
30 to 35 lbs, 32c; under 30 lbs,
31 ^c; fowls, fresh, ?iry pack<-<i, bar?
rel.-;, milk-fed, f??rjcy packs, Western,
dry picked, 5 lbs and over, 35ftc; t
lbs, 35c; 3"*-2 ?b.? and under, 33c; South
w? stern, dry picked, barrels or kegs,
3 to. 1 lbs, each, ;J5c, .Southern, corn
fed, 3 lbs and under, 31<g?3l3??c; fowls,
freuh, barrel-, iced, 'iry picked, prime,
35c; 4 lb?, 35c; 3V4
lbs, 33 ?sc; 3 lbs and under, 31%c;
scalded, prime, mixed weights, 34*>?c;
old cockd, fresh, dry packed, boxes or
barrels, ??ry picked, No. 1, 27*&c; ice
packed, barrels, No. 1, dry picked, 27c;
scalded. 2*3 '(?? 2'?!*2C.
Spring EhickJings,?Long Island and
van a, lb, 30c.
Squabs.?Prime, large, white, dozen.
-; dark, $2?.* 2.50; culls, $1<?t?
1.50._
Live Poultry
Broilers. -Colored, via express, lb, 37
white leghorns, [email protected]; West?
ern, freight, 3-c; Southwestern. 36c;
Southern, 36c; fowls, express, 32;a?33c*
irei-?ht, 33c; old roosters, freight, 22c;
turkeys, freight or express, 28? 30c;
duck?, [email protected]; geese, 20c; guineas,
pair, freight, 85c-'. SI; pigeons, oid.
pair, freight or express, 60c; young,
40?50c.
,_-*?-???
Coffee, Sugar, Tea and Cotton?
seed Oil
Current A
prices year
For cash: Oent?). a*o.
fea. Fcrmoaa. per lb. 30 23
?i-jgar. granulated, per ?Jb.... 7.50 8. 5
Coffee, Rio No. 7, p-r lb. 8'2 9'a
Cottonseed on, per !b . ? 14.30
COFFEE FUTURES. ? Yesterday's
market was considerably more active
than for some little time past. Call
prices were unchar.ped to a decline of
1 point, but - r ] indation by
outside lon.frs was active, and Iow?*r
levels were quickly reached, the close
being 1 to 7 points net lower. Offer?
ings were absorbed by trade interests,
who bought on a sca?e down. The
Continues! ?on Page IS
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A Bank Statement that any Man or Woman can understand
THE CORN EXCHANGE BANK
NEW YORK
Statement of July 1st, 1918
The Bank Owes to Depositors, Payable on Demand . . . $136,015,512.47
A conservative hanker always has this ir..-".? Mecines? in mind, and he
??rrang?s hi? assets so as to nieft any request for payment.
For this Purpose We Have:
L Cash. 28,619,210.12
(Gold. Bank Notes and Specie) and with legal depositories returnable on
demand.
II. Checks on Other Banks. 9,829,525.49
Payable in one day.
III. Loans to Individuals and Corporations . . . . 13,548,786.74
Payable when we ask for It. secared by collateral of greater rain? than
the loans.
IV. Bonds.
? )f Cntted .""(ates Government . 122,804,091 06
Of Railroads and other corporations of tint quality and
easily salable. U,166,867.1? 40,970,648.25
V. Loans. 49,856,242.31
Payable In less than three months on the average, largely secured by
c?*l lateral.
VI. Bonds and Mortgages and Real Estate .... 1,146,375.78
VII. Our Sixteen Banking Houses. 3,400,554.02
id :n N'.'w Ynrlc Clfy
Total to Meet Indebtedness.$147,371,342.71
VHI. This Leaves a Surplus of. $11,355.820.24
- ??.-. ? !???'? if the :-'? ?ckholders Rft?~r the <-),-bt?i < ? ??
ire paid ind is a guarantee fund up??n which we so cil ??? ?\ ?
? : tain those which have been lodged with us tor many y<ar
The Corn Exchange Bank Supplies Banking Facilities to Greater New York by
Branches in Every Borough
FORTY BRANCHES
Main Office t
William and Beaver Streets
WILLIAM A. NASH, Chairman WALTER E. FREW, President

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