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W. F. Ladd & Co. I
Investment
Securities
New York
Commodities
Citrtlnu?! from er*ee<lIn3 out;?.
.. .h. crying* need of cars In which to
5i? the new wh- * to market Actual
E?lptii ??< Western .-, -'s were fa?.-, al
[?ach they ha 1 . ? Buence on
lit '
Xttc'&h
?n? was keep! ? with the arrival?.
- ? thai the cash
nuh premlue ' ' ' ' wever, h iva
??Tons: '?? ** ' ?'* '? tht? nlar*
v?3 ("1
rI ' - ! r it
?are normal situ?t In the local rash
??rinlNa 2 ! ?' ?>? "' ted at
",v, ten daj 8' shlp
?int
1 71
1.6*i
1.81
1.7 4 '4
Teal irrtay*s Pt ivl .is Tear
.??wTork: R??
c.r No 2 -fellow 5. >Shi $2.07 Vi $2.00
Chlcijo:
W-:.
bptember.
rtt-The nark-: was 1?
,-.ve and prie*' s ? re Arm In
,?'?_ corn on pen-* buying 1
,'-r, houses Croi plait :s from por
foM 0! Kan? *:<- as well 1 s
nilttoli wh? re the 1 was Bald to b?
lading ?h * used ui iBiness, an I
?va was ' ' e act 1 c erlng. In the
t?i cash market N s ?., 2. 3 and 4 wh t?
nrt quoti ' at J I) v $;.".4; fane?,
illpp^ wh * ?
irtitA n.?. *
Tes.lay'?
Ne? Tor'.;
t_ J wWte
ltS3SI.fl J1.S301.S4 $0.80H-31. SI
Chicago :
l.e? 1.02% .70"*,
,88tt .84**., .69%
? ; ordinary cllpp?
evator.
Fmvlou? T?at?
elos?, ago.
Rye? lia.-ket easy.
Testerday'a Previous
?twTork close,
I? t West F 1.- t ?2.49 Vi
now and Meal?Quotations wero:
Test? - *.iy*s Fr-?vluus
T-ar
fi iro.
$1.64
T?ar
c: ?se. close. ago.
?U.80014.60 ?13.50 314.80 $11.60? 12.25
C:m trieal?
5.00? 5.124 ?.OO? 5.12V? 8.COO 4.3 5
?S7? H?ur?
1UJO1110 U.751312.IO 8.2f.? 8.TB
In? 64.09 C4.O0 42.00?42.60
Cottonseed Oil
The marltot ehowtntc a p"W',y steadier
??r.? early lo :!?- ittered cover
it pro-r.p?.e ? by - sa in tho lard
uriut and rep rta : ? b tter f. ??iinfr In
Kher vegetable The lot land, 1; iw
n?r. prove . proporti? ing B n I
Htwiuently e r ton. veloped
'.?r renew! selling at 1 fli prices were
? 11 20 r" Int 11 : . * '. sa. . I ?r
III day were 14 I ? ?
The range of pr! ??. ,s
Thursday's
Open. High. Low. Cl
(jet...-15
?3.,,,. - - ?.. . 1= 3116.40 16.4i
!iy... 14.S5 16 75 16.09 16.1? ! "- 00 16 30
?.?4.... 16.99 16.99 16.69 16.6? ? 00 1 ? 7;
Int.,, 17.20 17.25 17 i 17 11 17.10
JeL... H.ia 17 .2 : ; il ? 17.F
Dm.'.'.'.' lfi.?c1 :?:? s ? v
lu.... 16 10 18.80 16.75
Sogar and Coffee
T?nr
."-jri:. panulated, Ib.. 72 ? 24
':'-. Rio. S 7 - .7 : y
' "I". ? -- -V .4 7 V. .22 "s 25
hjai?Sin? e the a; nt on Thurs
'i. by Axbu k'e of a ut ! '
Jta th re
a the refined
^moderate business v - - ? orted in raw
(Van y- --.
grieta About was d ne
? the AmeHoai I R which
<9tMe6 pur 1 to 7 bags
1? Dot ? ?
I 1 I ? ? i - ? ? ? in Domingos,
?:,.'?:? r shi] ? ". - ? f, t
? '.heir Boston re f.: ; :?
u ;?;?? Drier ns. at
l?ie cost at bags
ttr.t Bl ros ' nt to New
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? ?' :
<"?ffe* Futures *'?> '*'?' wee!
?N hav been 1 1 ? 9 presente?
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... ? ; .
normal
?harj:>- a : .
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The Day's B
U. S. Government :
Transactions
-?>s. Yield.
Liberty 8%s, lt>47. $798.01? 8.67
da let 4_, 1947. 13.000 4 9.
do 2d 4s. 1942. 3^.011 6.10
do 1st 4'-__, 1947.... 171.000 6.24
do 2'1 4%s, 1943.... 1,689,000 6.36
do 8d 4%B, 1928.... 1,043.000 6.93
do 4'.h 4'?s, 1928,... 2,118,000 6 4.
Victory 4%s. 1923. 1, Ml. 000 6.36
do 8%s, 1923. 939, 50 _..3
Quotations
Net
High. Low. Last. cbge.
Liberty 8%s._ 92.14 92.00 92."6 ?.02
do 1st 4s. 86.60 8! 20 8i 60 -f.10
do 2d 48. ." 66 -192 85.66 - 66
do 1st 4%_.... 86.00 85.60 8558 -J-.28
do Ist-.d 414s. 94.01 94.1.8 94 ''S -
do 2.1 4.,s_85.80 85.20 86.02 +.48
do 3d 4%s_ 89 28 88.76 89.IS 4-.32
do 4th 4V.9..-.88.00 8."..50 85.76 4-,30
Victory 4?%s. 9 5 8 6 9 5.CO 96.78 +.16
do 31??. 95.86 95.60 65.76 -+-.1S
Bid and Asked Quotations
Closing riosinir
Lrbarty Bond?. Testenlay. Thursday.
8Ha, 1947_ 82.06'(. 62 10 92.00? ?2.10
1st 4s, 1947... ?5.511? 86.10 85.CO? 85.7",
2d 4s, 1942... 84.30? 85.50 86.00? 85.03
Vic. 8%-, 1923 95.70 ii 95.76 96.56? 95.62
Pre-war Issues!
2s reg.; 1930...100 atom 110 ?tnoi ?
2s cup., 1930..100 it 1011.3 100 ?101%
3 s rei?., 1946.. 89 @ 92 59 <q 92
3s coup., 1946.. 89 ti 92 89 '.? 92
??s reg., 1925...104 .-H5% 104 ?105%
???? ? up.. 1925..104 ?105% IM <??106%
2s Pan, <v. 1936.100 ?101% 100 ?101%
2s Pan. r. 1936 100 ?101% 1?''0 @ 101V.
2s Pan c, 1 33.100 ?101% 100 ?101%
2s Pan. ...193S.H ' 0)101% 100 ?101 Va
H I in. res ... 77 ? 85 77 '?: 86
. s l'an coup . . 77 ? 82 77 ? 32
Phil. 4s, 1934. . 78 ? 85 73 ? 85
Phil. 4s, 1935., 78 ? 85 78 if 85
- Phil. 4s, 1936 . . 7* ? 85 78 it 85
D. Col. 3s. 19'"?5 9 5 ? ? 9 3 @ ?
Foreign Govt. and Municipal Bonds
(Interest To Be Added)
Bid. Asked. ;
Angln? French Kxtern. 6s, 1920 9'.?** 99%
Province of Alberta . 84 ?
Argentine Intern. 5s. 1946.... 70 71
Can ? la, Don,, of, notes of 1921. 97 97%
1 ' v. 1 .. Dorn, of, 5-*, 1921. 97V? 97 V? 1
i, D ira, of, 1926. 88 8S V_
Canada, Dom. of, ' ' 9. i>0 91
Canada, Pom. ?if. 1951.86% 87
C v ?' v. Mu Kug Ry. 6s, '61 41 % 42
Cuba Extern. 5s, I'M!. SO-v? 91
Cuba Extern. 5s. Series A, 1949 80 82%
Cub 1 Elxtern, 4%9, 1949. 72 74
Dominican Hep. 6s, 196S. 85 V4 - C V?
City of Lyons 15-yr 6s, 1934... 85', 86
Clty of Marseilles 15-yr 6s, 1934 .'-5', 86
City of l; rdeaux 15-yr ?... 1934 85Vi fcS
Cltj ? : ?'? pen, 26-yr 6%s, 1944, 75% 75'-4
r. ? 1, I arts City 6s, 1921 .... 92% -2%
Gov. ISs, strl In, 1925 7 5 V. 74
Japai ese G ?v. 4!-s. 2d s-r.. '25 75 73V?
Japanese Gov. 4_, strl In, 1931. 55 65%
., .; v se, T( klo City 5s. 1552. . 51 62 Vil
V, It, <;. B. ?fe I. 5-yr 6%s, '21 96% 07 Vi
IT. K.,-G, B. ._ I. 3-yr 6%s, '22 94 9 - V4
U. K? O. H & I. 10-yr 6 Vis, '29 89 V4 89%
U. K., G. B. & I. 20-yr 6 Via, 37 B4% 84%
Moxli ? Elxtern. strl 5s, '99, '45 31 Vii 32V?
Mexico Elxtern. Gold 4s, '04, '54 2''? 30
Kingdom of Italy 6-yr 6%s, g b 92 ti3%
(Sales)
Anglo-French 6s ,Jap stlg loan 4s
. 9. iV 7.000. 65%
1,454 v,. 99 V 10,000. 67
2". '. 99? 20.000. 67%
71 . 99%' 7,' 00.'5%
7 00 !. 99% Rep of Cuba 6a 1919
! Chin- se Ry 5s 1.000. 80.,
7 00 . 41% U K of Great P.rltu.ii*.
- 'f. . 41 Vi ?- I 5V.9 1921
City ? : Bordeaux ''s 25.1 "0. 97
. 85% 4': 100. 96%
City of C ; ? nhagen 1.000. ''7
6%s 5.010. 9'1%
2 000. 7_'?_ 10.000. 97
City of l.vuiis Cg 1.000. 96%
1 000. 85% 4.000. 97
'City of Marseilles 6s 17,000. 97%
1,000. 85% 2,000. 97
2 000 . .5% do '? '.a 1922
' City of Paris 6s 8,000. 94%
. 92% 6.000. 94
11,000. 92 V* MOO. 94 %
P??..C_ann..-_a 6%" _o2-%s0?.2?T ' '
notes 1 :
1,000. 91
do ':? 1921
11 000. 97
10 . 9 7'
15.01 0. 97!
c". 1 : s 1931
5.000. 87
105.010. 8?<!%
17,000. 89%
15 000. 89%
2 000. 84%
11.000. 84%
.000.
84%
... 85
Jap 1st ser 4%s c o?">0 . 84%
. 73% 4 000. 85
1.000. 73% 1 000. 84%
66 1 10. 73% t; s of Mexico 5a
. 73%i 5,000. 52 H,
. 7 4 15 000. ??
. 73 XT City 4 4s 19C5
do 2d ser 4 % a 1.0 (10. 9 2 %
: i.s30f.. 72% do 4'iS I960
. 73% 1,000. g6%
do stlg loan 4s do 4s 1957
. 55% 1.000. g2
7,000. 55% do 4s 1958
8,0( '. 55% 3,900. 82
Railway, Oilier Corporations
Am Ae Ch cvt 5s C R I & P rfjr 4s
. 83%| 2.000. .54%
. 77 H E ? -. 1.4
2.1 ?0. 77% 2.000. C4%
2,1 '. 77 % do rfg 4s reg
Am T & T cvt 0s 1.000. 63%
0. 94 Chlo I'm Station 6%s
I ' s6f... 93% ser (' Interim ctfs
1. 95% 2,000.100%
do col 5s 2,000.101 %
: " . 74% 2,000.101 %
. 76 Col Industrial 5s
. 7 1', 1.000 . 72 H
. 74% Col & Po 1st 4s
do col 4s : . 75
11 . 75% . 74%
Am "A j' s ? 7s do 4%-?
. 7 4?4 2,1 30. 68%
Armi ur ??? Co 4%a ICon c;*?- tern 7s
2.000 . 7C 2 000. 9!%
A T ?-? R !" g.n 4* Cuba 1 an? Sugar
. 71% cvt di b 7h
6,000. 70%! 10,000. 96%
II -. . 70% 60.000. 9?1
: . 70% LOOO. 56%
2,000. 70% Den & R Q r.'g 6s
4,000. 71 15.001. 4 6 %
do adj 4s stamped j 2.010. 45
1 000. 64% I do con 4s
Atl C I. unified 4'?js 10."00. 61%
7,"00. 70 16.000. 61
do T, ..- N 4s 1,099. r,9%
5,000. 61 ?.Erl? prior Hen 4s
do 7s J P M reots > 4.000. 47%
;. 95 1,000. 48
3,a:t 6. "i11".68. 86 ' ^S'1"'4'??}.
f '.'.'.'.'. 8 61
10.0 )0. 39'
8,000. 40
do cvt 4s f"*r A
6.000. 34%
do cvt 4s ser P
1.000. 54%
do < : ? Is ? . r?
3.0O0. 35%
1.000. 34%
2.0 0. 60
'-.69 %
. 69%
. 3 E
1,000. 96%
0 " "*> 2,000. 9 6 %
.. 69%! :??;'.??.?j,
1 ::::: ISS ? ':r.::::: "^
. * do deb .rs
10,000 2\... 79% - - .'.''' *15f ' "
d iLB 4 ?reat.^Ulern **"
?r v v a. 4 ? 5,000. 74
' 000 52% Ho<-Wng Vail-y 4%s
. ? ''?. : 2 no ... 60.1
..... ? 9
60'
T .
g?t* 8.000. C0%
ll? Hud _? M rfg fs
67
trie 5s
... r, 7.000. 18%
rfe r'".B III Central r%?
48
doc6i.s00oVdVpo..? H?S??'4
? ? I.... ? * ? ' '. '
% 000 37 ; " 0n'). ri''*
nutt Ro h _? p'6. i:SoS: : : : : : l\%
Central lather 6. % Int Vooo'"-.?! 7?"h
?"en P?r|fl.'?.d'4_ Int M"r M?rt'-'? r'"
V * ' V?,,. i 11.000. -,4^
... . ;; "* ICansns City flo r?.
Che, "i ohl'ooVt ?? i dn,V??. fg
2.000 . 71%!K" VoO? ^ .4
'? ' . '?' I 1 000 . 84 14
C J? * '.' p?n 4h 'r.ack St-el 5a 1960
71 S 5.OO0 R S t?
d?, : n ?la a %a 1 000 . . ???, v
- ?8% Lake Hhnra 4s 1928
do loi rit 4l ; ? 7ij ,,
. ?4H LeWcb Valley'?a
20 000. 94 ir 00 93
. ?3 \ I^x ?t- Baat 5a '
80.900. '?% I.O00 . ?J
;. '." ??? 9" vr.io-,"" & .%< 7/1
C 4 E III rfg 4a "t.. 1,001 102
or d ' ait Iyorillnrd Co 7a
1 ' '' ?... 10% 1,000, ... 101
c Oreal Weatern 4a 6,000.... 101 ia
: 0O? . 52 ! r, 000 ... '101
1" M ?? :?* 1' rvt 6a il^nls A Snr.h 7a J P
aer !i M ?,,,
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do rvt 4 %S 4 ? ? / ,?'
4 ' ?'' ? ? ''? s 00? ...:ioo
. 64U Mld^ ? | sa
do rfg 4%a 7,1?
8,000 '5 ."',,,
do ?:, h la 1934 I t,i 0 ' -i
0...... B? ! 000 . . ! ! 77%
. '' ? S<I%|M K * r i.t 4a
do r ?'? I?1 K-r A 7 000, , . . r,2'?i
"? '?"' ' ' '? Mo iv?. 11 c con 8s
do?aC4PW 4.OOO ...97%
; ? 6/000 . . w , 9H 1 do Sa 1023
'C 4 N1 W Ht y; p 4 1,000 ... M.
?lo Pacido gen 4s
7,000. ?s_x_
1,000. 62 H
a.ooo. f,2
1,000. 6; i__
V T Central deb 6?
600. S?s*4;
8.000. 87 ?>4
2.000. 877?
6,*j00. 8 7*4
?.OO0. 64
Fe--'. ?m
do r!g ,7'i,g
l."00. 63 ?H
.V T Lack & W 6h
1.O00. 83%
N T Rya adj fs
1.000. CU
do rtu- .|s
2.''00. 22M,
V T Telephone del. 6s
6,0'.o. SS??
St L ? 8 F adj 6s
6,000. 61
i.ooo. i-i*-;
E.000. 61?,
3,000. 61
do Ino 6s
3 *>00. -46-??j
0. 46 54
7 000. 46%
6,( 0. 47?,
2,000. 47
42.000. 47 1-i
st p & ??: ?" s l 4 vi
8.000. 62
Pt L Swn Term 5s
4.009. 54
Seaboard A L rfu 4?
4,000. r 7 \
Norfplk & W Pocah ;
Coal & Coke 4s
F0OO. 73^
.Vor Paolflo 4s
F000. 70'--/
1,000. 7 0 '?i
?700. r . ??
10."00. 7o4
6,000. 70??
do 3s
4,nr>o. ?2%
6,000.
N'or States Pwr
1,000. .
Ore-AV R R & N
6,000. ?
1,000... ?
Paolflc G ? K 69
l/'Oft . .
Pac!?.- T & T 6a
5. "00.
Penn te?? 7s 193C
94%
9<%
?? 4 *? ??
75 ?4
74%
74%
69%
70
70%
64%
South?
do 4~l
6.0?V .
6,000.
V.1'4
.101?,
do 4F
Fn'.on
do ?'i
11,
Ry Es
7.010.
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1 000.
St I.nuis
y
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do
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77 %
77?H
6*%
>- 7 ?Ji
do 5s ; '
6 0 0 (
do gen 4%s
B, 50....
7 ,ooo..!,
,7 0 ' '1 . . . .
1,
F2N.
82%
S F
ussi
35
15
Peorla <<;- EJ 1st 4s 100"
l.non. 61 Utah Power 4- * '
P?re Marquette Es 1 000 ' ~ V
?.., Lfon. " vire-1'.:* n Ry Es
Phlla Co 5s 1022 i noO 74'i
?0. ?5% waba?h lst'bs"
?n 4s i on . ru
,f'. 7B?i t 000. B2
_, 1,000. 76 West F ( trie ?' ?
Rio F W 1st 4s i 000 M ?i
?. ,?"nn. 63% West i-act??s'os'
R I Ark ,?fr L 4%s F lo* 7S %
4,000.s.*?0f.. r,3 -West Ph re 4s
'0. 62% 1.000. 67 ?4
A Western Union Es
F.ead!
?t L ?? S F 4s
do 5s sor F
3,000.
do <x? Hor'?'
2.000. . . .
2,0V?. . . .
Wilso
do
1,000.
1.on?i.
4 0 ' 0.
Curb Market
(Continued tram preceding Bafl?")
?Sales. Open, IFrh. Low. Last.
1000 ?Prod ? Ref.. 7-% -,-?-, TF 7-%
600 ?Red Rock O. . ?i % "i %
500 *Roy D'tch rts 33% 83% 8"2% 77'-.
8( ' ?R: an Pet ... 3H 3% 7% 7 :4
700 Salt Cr Cons O S3\? 7 :* \ 7*. 7'.
1100 ?Skelly oil ... 9% 9*H 9% 7?,
2000 *Simma Pet 17% V"i 17U 17' ?
1200 Spencer Pet C 21 " 21 " 21 21
700 ?Stanton Oil.. 2% 2% 2'? 2%
i?" "?Superior t 1
ROO *do new ....
200 Tex P full r re
8F-00 Tex-Ran F &. R
200 ?Tropical Oil,.
2.100 *T*n Tex Pet , .
lino ?Victoria OH..
F0 ?Vulcan Oil . .
300 ?White Oil ...
200 ?Woodburn Oil
19
1200 A!ask-Pr C M
1 "O ?Am Mines. . . .
1 100 ArF. Globe Cop
4500 ?tAtlanta ....
2700 ?tBel ; i (a pi .
4600 tPel Kx ?a p).
86C I3?K Ledge....
2700 *t Booth .
1 7 ' ?tCal? donia . .
l?o.-| Canada C ?p , .
4 *C indelarla S.
1720 ?Carson H G..
2500 ?tCashboy ....
150 ?Cop Vir SIlv.
57O0 ?? 'ortez Silver.
1; ? * dv Ext (pros)
9000 El Su Iv Pilv. .
4 ! m Emma Pi' ver . .
10? 0 ?Eureka Cr M
6260 ?tEur? ka 11 I.
: *Fortj-nine M.
300 ?Ondsden C ip.
4-" ?tGold Zone !>
?? Gate..
.?Mining
1%
1A
l
%
170
: ?:.
2 7 ?? --? ; IdflKld ;
231 ??? *? ' ? Idfleld
3500 ?tGreat Ben
31 '? ?Hattie Gol
375 H? i la Min .
7: 0 ?Ulm Butl?
85i 0 tjumbo Ext
3i 00 *+Kew-anaa ...
2700 ?tKnox Div. . .
3500 ?1 loulsiana < '. .
00 ?tMacXam M.
22i ' ?Magma Chief, 2
3200 ?tMarsh Mng . l:
: * ?Mother I. ? lop ?
- I tMtn States S.
: '0 Mur-M 7?! Ltd . 7!
4 0 - *V !...!. ?*
: ' ?X? ???? .i .r Zinc 7''
?do rts. x
N* ? : ! ? ? ; ". L- M ' '.
v Onhir Sil M i '??
V In .. Con ...
2900 ?Reco 1 'iv Mln
1000 Rex Consol . . .
6900 Roper-Or M C.
600 Pt Croix Silver
8000 ?SIlv Kg of Ar 4
20V ?tSIlv Ft; Div,
3500 ?tSllver Pick..
4'V ?Simon Pilv VI
11( 0 Stand Ellv F-i .
26C ?'' ?tSuccess Mng
1300 ?tSunburst M. 2
32( .' ?Suthorld Div.
200 ?Tono Belmont
130n ?Tono Divide..
870 T"no Exten . .
210 ?Tono Mining.
1 620 ITnlted Eastern
4000 ?tU S Cont M.
- 600 ?TV!et I) 'a p)
1300 i Washn Q Qtz
2500 tW End Cons.
3200 fV'h Caps Mr
1 ? 0 I tWll C Kx ? a
321 ? Wllbert Mng
14
1%
w
1 \
i s
1 %
7 ..
1A
10
i ** i %
2
4%
Expect Canadian Gold
$8,000,000 May Be Sent Before
End of Next Week
A consignment of $4.000,000 of gold
% expected here from Canada over the
?week en !. and another shipment of the
same size next week. Although no
official announcement has been made,
It Is understood that the pol?! will be
.-shipped from Ottawa by tne Minister
of Finar,*? 'o the New York agency of
. the Bank of Montreal.
The premium of New York funds in
'Montreal yesterday amounted to $140.2?i
per $1,000, nn?l the discount of Mon?
treal funds in New York to $129.59 per
\ $1,000, making the shipment of (,'old a
distinctly profitable operation.
Fi^ht in Dominion Steel
Directors Fail to Block Meeting;
Not Re-elected
MONTREAL, Quebec, June 18.?Di?
rectors of the Dominion Steel Corpo
! ration who yesterday tried to procure
> a legal injunction to postpone the
| stockholders' meeting now in session,
I pending more informal ion about the
proposed British Empire Steel Corpo
? ration merger, v.-cro not reflected to?
day.
The directora who faUed of reelec?
tion are J. II. Plummer nn?i E. R. Weed,
; of Toronto, and William McMustcr,
George Caverhill and John Raoul Dan
' durand, of Montreal.
.-? .
Livestock, Moats, Provisions
yesterday. Tear ago.
FF.-e steers, fair to
pi mo, 100 lb? 114 00?i? 17.88 $18.00015.75
Freu a " ?1 beef,
side?, lb.10Q ?*? .180 .21
Five veal, ? ?>?????
mon to J.I It;,.-,
100 F--? . 12.50*316 10 17 00JP21.no
li i c n ? <? l veal,
City lb .. . . -1<X~ 27 ?.Z1$ .31
Mve .?-;.., ; ' '.9 ')'>';( 7 0 I 7.00 U ' 0 00
I |-! !.. Uli f.,
city, lb .H*-? .19 .12 <9 .20
I, l v ., lamb?, full
to i i .-?.? . 100
11,1 .14 50 7717 50 18.00020.60
Dressed Inmba,
lb.21? .35 .25 fa
Itoi ? I 18.76?5 18.25 21.00&21.SO
F r . .1 Iiok?.
ha. on, Mi.20% ':( .21
M? -i pork, bt?|.. ?o.(/v# ? ?
Mess besf, bbl*... J? O'i'-J-18.00
Ii?rtl, M I a <\ 1 ?
Waat, 100 Iba., ?0,ee??0.T? ?i.i<xvxu to
.29tp.?xx>>.
tn.X/H'u r.- 60
(6.00 U 36 7 0
Investment
Information
Cuesti?n? of general interett (?
investors will be answered in thi?
column, in which case only initial?
will be ustOr. Other? will be on
?icrred by mail. Address all i*
quirie?, inclosing a ?tamped, ad'
dt-e.Bod envelope, to Financial Editor,
The Tribuns, 15? S'assau Street, Ssv
York City.
American Tel. and Tel. Bonds
aestl r. i would appreciate your advice
ir ?- the safi ty c ' American Tele
'???? and Telegraph ! n I - particularly
? ' ral 4s Are the low price?? signifi
t i A danger? Are the collateral 4= In
natur ? ' a m ?rtgage? ?s there any
forenc. between these bonds as to
I have about $3,000 with which
ould like to make a __ fo Investment
f would pay at least 6 per c:nA ?
Answer?All forms of investments
have declined to the lowest price level
in many years. Th.3 is duo to a
variety of causes. Money and credit.
command such high rates that the re?
turn on investments must conform to'
this condition. .Many Issues sell at'
such low levels that the investor be?
comes alarmed. As a matter of fact
?;' he uses discretion we believe he is
'?'??'?' fortunate, for, in our opinion, good
bonds should be purchased at this
level. The American Telephone 4 per
'."' '? ??'-' are secured by stocks and
hon?!., i,;' subsidiary corporation?, ?n
ling large amounts of stock of the
' hicago Telephone Company and the
. ew York Telephone Company. They
'??'"? '?"' our . ] inion, attractive. rhn
? d : * over 8 per cent. The 5 per
cent issue, due 1946, is similarly se
ured. The yield is over 7 per cent.
The discrepancy is duo to the fact
that one is a short term and the other
a long term bond. Other issues yield?
ing G per cent and over are Illinois
Steel \\2 per cent. 1940; United States
Rubber, .*. per cent, 1947; New York
Dock, first 4 per cent, 1951; Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul general 4 per
c v, 1DS9, and Illinois Central 4 per
Favors Steel Common
would vou advise rela
$10 0 In Cnlted States
Question?Wh
? 'v l i In vest! m
?-' ? ? : ? >mmon ? A r? latlve ? sires an in
'" tment for thre?. to four v.vus. Win th*
? ' '?' , ? up to th? . ; I prie- ? May
? ??*? v if bui ness pi Us up, pay the
u -ual extra d What do you
think of National .'. id common at" 77
A n
?We do not look upon the [
purchase of United States Steel com
mon stockas an investment. You state'
that your relative desires a three or !
four year investment. Why then pur?
chase a highly speculative issue? You!
adn il it is speculative, for vou inquire I
whether the stock may, if business!
picks up, pay the usual extra divi
d i ds, As a n atter af fact, there never i
=v '?" ,!l '"?? usual extra dividends on!
'? n ted States Steel common. Directors
paid dividends when earnings war?
ranted and never hesitated to cut1
thi m when the occasion arose. National
Lead is in the same position. There I
arc many high-grade- notes maturing i
in from three to five years. It might
be well to consider tho following: j
: American Tobacco 7 por cent, Novem- j
ber, 1923, to yield 7.10 per cent; Bethle- j
hi m Steel 7 per c nt, July 15, 1923. to
yield 3 per cent; Goodrich Company 7
per cent, April, 1925, to yield 8.15 "peri
-' nt ; j';v el i r & Gamble 7 per cent,
: March, 1923, to yield 7 per cent, and '
: Western Electric 7 per cent, April, 1925,
to yield 7.20 per ci nt.
A Well Chosen List
' " ' Kit Hy give me your opinion
; ' ? '' ?'? In s> uritles as a safe, hlgh
gnule In v? tin v for $2,000 : Union Pa
ilrst 4s, IP thleh-m Steel first and re
: . : 5s, M? uta na 1 'owi r first nnd
5a, Norfolk & Western first
? on rt I l?i Is, orl h? rn Pacific ; rior lien
Is AI his? n preferred and American Loco?
motivo prefer? ; his Im i Htm? nt is for
?x woman In moderato circumstances.?
. O. P. w.
Answer We regard your list ns a
i very satisfactory one. All the securi
: es are well secured and enjoy a good
market.
Dubious Over Copper Shares
Quest! n \ year n?r i I bought twenty
five shares f Mason V'a ley and by error
? - . ?: ... r -ild mi out at $1 1 profit. I
did i. ' wish to sell at ' he time. How?
ever, he : so, and ( ho result wns I
b lUght In an ilr at ? I -, r_< - figure, which
?_ , . ".. ; ? i :;? . si v. i -s been around
o? le'ss ever i inee As i his is my first
-, ? turf " ' ' et, .? uld you aflvi.se
hi I ? ?? ? his -' el; for a i .-??. i - w mid > ? u
B? . ' a 1 ss and put the money Into
r : etl v_ like General Motors ' In vi? w
of th ' Japan Is Rolling ;.-) copper we
s?..Id them ni ' ???? r fit ure than they
paid and tl ? ? i v ? on In all the
Ils around t! part f the coun
Answer- We do not regard Mason
Valley stock as offering anything very
pr :. sing at present. Copper cumpa
nies of this character must get high
prices for their output in order to
operate with any success. While it is
our opinion that copper shares have
rather well discounted the unfavorable
situation, nevertheless it may be a caso
of waiting, for the demand for the
metal from abroad cannot be satisfied
until some arrangement has been made
regarding credits. General Motors is
lative, as tho stock is very sensi?
tive to earning power. We do not at
? mpt ?> advise regarding speculation.
Tl ?' is a matter for each one to decide
Low-Priced Stocks
Question ! have fifty shares of Rrle
Railroad first preferred, bought at 20%,
a nd 1 ?? m i hlnli ing of trading for some
. : . paying stock. i have Amer
I .? Drug S n lies h In mind, but am de?
sirous C first get ting your i pinion on the
n atl r. If vou know of some other low
prii d stock which vou thin;-; Piter please
I : ma : now.- I. B.
Answer In purchasing any low
r ri ed dividend-paying stock you
ould bear in mind that the mere
fact that the stock is low in price
ws tl at the dividend is more or less
uncertain. When we mention low
: rici tl stocks wo mean low priced from
the standpoint of a percentage basis.
. American Druggists' Syndicate is $10
par value. It sells for about $12 a
I share, or 120 per cent. We do not re?
gard this as a low-priced stock by any
means. 'nie company is said to be
doing better al present than it did last
It pays 8 per cent, or 80 cents
e, per annum. However, we rc
? as speculative. The stock does
I well ; s Pressed Steel Car,
? -1 Hing for about $99 a share
* per cent a sha re of SI ?0
due. If you desire to purchase
-priced stock which pays divi
thero are a number to choose
We do not regard them as good
investment, how? ver. Dividends are
I y no moans stable. A few are Great
?? rthern Ore, Midvale Steel, American
Cotton < ?11 and Ohio Cities Gas.
;
a sha!
? .
not yii
?? I i
and pi
from.
Mlddlo States Stock Dividend
, .. Kindly give me ?="rne Informa
. , . ' ? n tock dl\ idends. 1 hold
,., .... ires Mid lie States, which de?
clared ? i" ?' c??nl Htock dlvld? nd to
of record Juno 14, payable July 10
I ?C ? , | ? ; twentj shares o ' present
? prices would I sell at the same
? , , . . v rights? In other words, do I have
, , ? ,.v? (he twent} shares until July 10
. , ; . ... si v dividend??J. 3. li.
Answer?The New York Stock Ex
, i . .-,. has ruled that the Middle
Oil stock will not sell ex th_
? , ,. dividend until July 10, the day
' Upon which th-e ?".0 per cent stock
lei | is payable. If you sell stock
before that date you sell tho stock
dividend also.
Four full columns of in?
vestment questions and an*
gtrrrs are. published in The
Tfibufr? every Sunday.
Miscellaneoi
Public Utility Securities
?Stock?
Bid. A
Am Light & Traction com.125
do ; r . 7i
Adirondack Elec Power com... 10
do pf . 70
Am Gas & Electric com.102
do pf . 37
Am Power & Fight com. 50
do pf. 63
Am Pub Util com. ?
do pf . ?
At?: Waterworks Blectrlo. 2
do particip?t ng pf. 5
de 1st pf. 3*4
Carolina Power * Fight com... 21
Cities Service com.323
do pf . ?*4 [-4
do bankers' certificates. -j
do 7 p c sor!?s B 1966.135
do 7 pc s.-ries C, 1958. 02"^
Colorado Power com. 9
do pf. 80
C? mwralth Pr P.v & L com_ 17
., do Pf. 3S?
F?nver Gas ,*:- Elec g?n 5s. 71
Electric Bou?. & Phare pf. S2
ISriipIre IJ?3 Elec pf. 65
Federal Lt & Trac cotji. 6
Gas * Elec Sec com.259
do pf . t?7
Northern Ohio Elec com. ?
do pf . ?
North Ont Lt ?: Pow com. 10
do pf . 60
Northern States Power com. ...
do pf . 76
Pacifi" Gas & Eleo pf.8)
Rei ubllc Fy & Lt Co com. ... 11
do t-f . ?
Southern Calif Edison com. St
do pf . 0 5
?Standard Gas & Elec com. 13V
? * ?'"> Pf . 77
Ter.n R>- Lt & Powei com. 1
do pf . 3
United Fight & Rvs com. 19
pf
Western Power com. 14
I f
Bonds
Appalaeh Power 1st 7s. 69
Appalseh Power Fs: f,s. 82
Cincinnati Gas & Elec 5s, 1915. S3
Col Fas A Eleo 5s, ?27. 79
Dallas Elec. 5s, 1922. 99??4
Rast Texas Flee 6s, 1942. 7.r,
do 7s. 19 21 . 99
HI Paso K'.ec col 6s. 79
Great West Power 5s, 1948_ 74
Ml?!west Utilities 1st Es. 86
Miss River Power lit 5s. 70
North Ont Ft & Power 6?. 75
North States Power 6s. 1928... 73
Chemical Stocks
82
100
| Bid.
? Hook E'.eo ?50
I do pf . . 60
'K'v Solvay 80
Mec Co p. S 8
Merrlmao. 8 5
MulfordCo 43
8? met G...120
Solv Fu?..175
Bid. Ask
Am Cyan. 25 30
do pref. 9% 68
Graselll . .127 ?
do pref. 91 99
By-Prod... 88 95
Cassln Co. .75 45
Fow Ch..245
Du P C p 8 9
Socar Stocks
Card Am. 19 23 |Mat-Am.. 20
do pf. ..70 80 I do pr?t. 75
Car Sug.. 65 C5 IMIchlgan. 1!
(' Agulrre.120 122 (National...153
Fajardo....270 235 NI Nlqueo ?OU
Godch'x S 5? Vi CO y 3 Cec new 24
Gt West..410 42:7 do pf . . 73
do pref.110 ll?i Savanah.. 63
Gtar.aino.llO IF*. do pt.. S 7
Tobacco Stocka
Con Poll..2E0 325 ?R J ReyA600
G \V Hmel58 165 do s B..475
do pref. 90 96 ? do pf. . . 99
J E ToufJjl25 136 Weyni B..160
do pf. ... 85 95 du pref. 90
Mac A ?WH 5 175 Dnlv Lea.'.140
P R-A 7..115 130 '
Steel and Ordnance Stocks
Am Brass. 195 203
Atlas Pw.160 166
do pf . . 80 6 4
Bab & W.108 112
Can FiF 195 205
Carb Steel ?>6 91
do 1 pf. 95 1?J3
do 2 pf. 72 75
Colt A. 50 63
DU P Pw.285 2 10
do pf... 73 si :
.v:iscellane<?n<i Stocks
Am Chi?-'?- 40 42 ?Draper C.13B
rio pf . . 67 70 in*. Sil pi. 90
?AmLeath 4?) 60 ILtma L pf !5
?iio pf... 62 ??4 89 ?Nat Cash.105
Am Mfg..l53 163 N J Z w 1..195
ito pref. SO 83 N Co 1 if.100
Am M&F.125 ? O Nelll Df. 98
Am Td pf 3 >4 3% Phelps
70
110
9?
90
(East Steel ?
Bmp .*s & I 2 5
do pf ..7 5
?H< rc P. .21 .
?do pf... ' ;
Nlles B-P.l "i
Scov. Mfg.370
jThom Iron 39
|Win Cor. . 425
Woodward. 46
476
CO
138
9 5
95
F5
Am Typ F
A F T Ni 25
Atlas P t; 6 5
BB&S 1 p 85
do 2d pf 65
For C Mk, 9.4
Bush T pf 67
CeWId.. .155
Chills Co. 89
do pref. 95
City Invea 60
Crk W pf. 9 5
D F & W156
1*?2
7 3
165
P ? W pf 95
Ry Bak P120
do pref. su
Singer MgllO
is I, IM&S 47
Etoll S pf.100
S D F pf.100
Valvol pf. 99
V Raalt In ?
do pf. .. ?
W &. H pf.100
Yale & T..275
?Ei dividen*.
Trust and Surety Companies
Alliance .. 80
TAm Trust. ?
Am Surety. 73
Bankers .....350
Bond & Mtg245
Bklyn T Co.490
Cent Fnlon.'?O
Columbia ...370
Commercial. 14 5
Empire Tr.3?0
E?iultab!e ..290
FnnrsL &T390
Pulton ....270
Fidelity . .
Guaranty..
Hamilton .
Hudson T.
Kings Co..
Law Mtge.
T.See N?n?
t ? ncludes
Lincoln Tr.
Ufd
210
2 ?10
86
?40
.165
.67?
.115
78 M
Efic V.r-i cantlie
255 ilet-.opol .
i?10 Mtge Bond
7? Mut T of W.105
3 4 0 Frtt Sureity.190
? N V I. I&T.525
? N York T..615
S00%? v Tille...130
4 I peoples . . ..275
? Realty Ass - ?06
235 T ? * T.130
35 \ln Hal -S..8 X'i
267 F S M Ac T. 4 7 0
? F S T 'Fiar 10
(60 Westcl.ester. : l?
12.MW <>i BTftM '
207
27u
17 ?
'9 7
116
4 00
too
4: 0
and M??r(fc-r
Trust i
New \ork Rank Stocks
tiG
. 7 ? 0
.205
.420
.160
America
Atlanta
Am Euch.
Battery .
Bowe ry
Bryant P
Hway Cent.150
Bronx Nat..150
Rutch g. 1) 35
Cen Mercanl95
Chase .410
Chat?t-P!ioo.275
Chelsea Ex.135
Chemical.. .550
City .410
Coal .t I. . .270
Colonial ...350
Commerce...228
Columhla ..175
Corn Exch.,436
Cosmop'tan.l 1 2
Com'clal H.221
Corr.'wealth.2'Jl
Cuba .150
Pas; River. 165
Fifth Nat.. 160
D ft h Ave. 975
First Nat. V v
Foreign T B 77
_I
GarOeld
loilian?
246
201)
.'il.
215 F .-riman
??Fanover . V , 5
160 Industrial ..205
110'!-:. f.- Trad.7 0
160'Irving Nat265
? Liberty _386
-- Finco, n .75
420 Manhat Co 27-)
286 Mech & Met330
1 <5 Jdetrop'tan .340
566 Mutual _490
42- Ka: Am. . ..160
--[New Neth..l95
?In y n b A.4?o
?3i[Park .67*1
? Pacifie .135
445 produos Ex| -
125 Public .360
2 30,Pet? board ..?50
230|p?rond ..
IS? ?State .
? 23d Ward.
170Un Fi?tes.
?(Union V.x.. 175
910 \V'chesterA.2i?
B?'Torkvlllo -.375
Insurance Companies
Am Alliance.770 300|Great Am.. 260
217 Hanover ... !0
.4 2 5
. V?
.115
SV
205
67?
475
200
00
Cltv of NY..205
Com'Wlth ...
Contint . . .
Fid & Phoe.5
Franklin . .
Globe i R..11
3 7 7. Home .510
7! .Nut Llbertv. IM
--Niagara ...120
86? StuyvesanV 50
Born?
Standard Oil Stocks
Bi
.-American Oil Co, Ltd. . 2
itie Refining Co.115
pfd .
4 I'
Buckeye Pipe Line. ?
Chesebrough Mfg cons. 220
do nf . 102
Coi-.tlrr---r.tal Oil Co. 110
Crescent Pipe Line.
Cumberland Pip* Fine. 130
Eureka Pipe Flue Co. 98
Galen-Signal Oil Co pf, new.. 50
do pf, old. 80
d.. com . 4 7
Illin da Pipe Line Co . 153
Indiana Pipe Fine Co.
In;. Petroleum Co, I.t.i.
?satl mal Transit Co. 25
New York Transit Co. 155
.'.. rt h? ; :: Pi; ?? Fine Co. 93
. ?hi ? Oil Co . 277
Pi - n-Mex Fuei Co. 42
Prairie Oil & Gas Co. 660
Prairie Pipe I.ir?e Co. 205
Sala r [-.-?lining Co. 326
Southern Pipe Line Co. 113
Soul h .' inn i 11 Co. 270
?s uthwest Penna Pipe Lines.. ?'I
Standard Oil of Californl i... 31
Standard Oil Co. of Indiana... 6? I
Standard Oil Co of Kansas... 520
Standard ' ?11 Co of Kentucy .350
Standard OH Co. of Nebraska. 425
Stan 7 rd i '.. Co of New Jers? y ? " ?
do pr*.. 1
Stan lard ( HI Co of New York : 55
Standard ? ill <*o of Ohio. 42
do p? . 101
Swan .?- Finch Co. 70
Union Tank ?,'sr Co. 107
do pf . ?V
Va? uuttt "H '?. F '
Washington On Co. 25
Miscellaneous OH Companlei
Atlantio Lobos Oil Co., c?
do pf .
CoBden <fc Co.
Elk Basin Petroleum Co.
Houst? n ? >H Co, com.
Imperial Oil, Ltd.
Magnolia Petroleum Co.uu
Morritt OH Corporation..... l'-y
Midwest It? fining Co. 14 5
Vit hwest Oil i. 2.
Produi ? rs & Ref Corp com . :
Bapulpn It' fining Co. 5
New York City Bonds
Security, rate, maturity, Bid. Ask.
Inl r t Vis, 1907. 97-t 9
102
9?!
Ill
2"*>
100
100
do
do
do
do
do
do
1963. .
1967.,
Fit? (I.
1964.
Fi S 2.
92 's*
I960. f ?i
I960 op 1830,? 86%
4 ?9
4 89
4.89
4.98
1 i S
4.91
6.00
4 96
4.96
is Markets
Security, rate, due. Bid Ask Tie'.d
do '.". 1969. 83 82% 5.07
do 4s, 1953. 8 2 82H 5.03
do 4s. 1957. 82 S2 V, 6 93
R .- 4s 1955-1958. SI 82% 6.05
do 4s, 193d. 87 97 4.80
Inti - .- 1954. 73 75 6.01
Coupon 3%8, 1934. 73 75 SOI
Reg 34s 1950-1954 lno... 73 75 6.01'
is 1940-1960 inc.. 5.35 6.00 - '
H?g ? coup serial 44s,
1930-1930 lno . S.7? 1.25 -
do 4%s, 1920-1931 inc.. 6 75 5.-5 -
do 4>-s. 1920-1933 Inc.. 5.75 6.23-.
New York State Bonds
Ts--?d In coupon ar.d registered form,
not Interchangeable. Coupon bonds regl?
terable I
Canal T-r*P 4%s. 1-s4_tO? 102% 4.40
Highway Imp 4 H ?*. 1963..100 102% 4.4?
Can .1 Imp 4%s, 1965_ ?4 ?t 4.36
Highway Imp 4'?s, 19.5.. 94 91 4.35
Barge '"an Ter 4'4s. 1945.. 94 98 4.35
Highway Imp 4s, 1967.... 91 93 4.35
Canal Imp 4s 1967 -1 93 4.86
High Imi 4s, 196 )-'62 In* 91 93 4.36
4s, 1958. 91 93 4.36
Canal Imp 4s, l?t0-'6_ lno 91 93 4.36
Palisades I S Park 4s 1961 91 ** 1 4 3-i
Barge Can Tar 4s. 1942-'46 91 94 4.45
Federal and Joint Stock Land Bank
Bonds
Federal Farm Loan 5 s,
1938 op 1923. 9? ?7 5.27
Federal Farm Loan 4%s,
I op 1924. 88 8 9 6 4 3
F< loi al Farm Loan 4%s,
: 5 01 1923. 87% 89 6.45 !
Fe leral A rm Loan 4%s,
: 1322. 87^ '9 & 50
Je Int -'? '. : an '. Rank 5s,
I S39 ; 1924. 87 90 6.87
Ji * ' >t ? '? : I,a nd Bank . 9,
1933 op 1923. 8 7 90 5.87
Short Time Securitie?
Security rate, due Bid. Ask. Yield. |
Am C tton 1 v. 6s, 1924. . 90 91 8.70
& - I 6s, 1922.. . 93% 94% 5.65
im Tel 4 - : 6s, 1 924.. . 92 92V? 8.50
Am Thr? ad 6s, 1928. 93 96 6.GO
Am laceo Is 1920_ 99% 100% 6.2 5
Am '!' hat ? 7". :r?2' . . . . 99% -3s*. 7.2J
Al T b . : o 7s. 1922. . . . 99 V? 100 7.00
Am T 1 0 7s 1923 ... 99% 99% 715
v la C p 6s, 1929. . 86 Vi 97'a 8.06
Angl Am '1 U>1 7%s. '25. 99Ml 99% 7.65
ti Co 1 inv 6s, '20-'24 96 99 ?
Bethlehem Steel 7s, 1922. 97% 98%
: m Stei 1 7s, 1923. 96% 97 8.25
Cai ? Ian Pi Ry ? s, : ?24 92% 93 !> 00
Great Argen Ry fis. 1927. 82 S3 9.15
C, r. & ?..? I int) 4-.. '21. 93% '.?4% 10.30
?'. C, a & St r. Ry 6s, '29. 84% S5% 8.30
Cub-Am Su 1st lien 6s. '.1 99% 100 ?.00
Cudahy Pack 7.. 1923... 99% 1?" 7.00
. . & Hud Kit 5s, 1620. . 99% 10?) 6.00
Del & Hud Kit 7m. 1930.. 99% !?'.'% 7.05
Ped Sug Ref 6a, 1924.... 91% 93% 7.45
Gen Klec Co 6s, 1920.... 99% 100% 5.35
Gt Nor Ry 5s, 1920. 99 99% ?.??
Goodrich, !'. F con 7s, '25. 94% 95% 8.15
Gulf ' HI ?... 1921. 96% 98 7.90
Gulf Oil 6s, 1922. 96% !>'>% 7.55
' v. ?' 1 ill I s, 1923. 96 96% 7.05
v.: Val Ry 6s, 1.24 S3 92 8 40
lnt 1: :' Co con 7-. 1921. 71 73 ? ,
K. C Ter Ry 6s, 1323_90% !?3 S.65
ivenne? >tt Cop 7s, 1930. . 03 94 % 7.-0
I.ac G T.'. 1st ref 7s, '29. '.'1% 93 8.05
:..-_ Myers Tob Os, 1921. 96% 97 8.05
.*?.' V Cent Ry 6a, 1920... 99% 99% 7.15
Phi ? ' \ hla 6s, 1923. ... 91 % 93 10.00
Pennsylvania 4_jS, 1021. . 96% 97% 7.40
Procter & Gamble 7s, '21 99% 100% ?75
Procter & Gamble 7s, '22 99% 100 7.00
Pi ?cter ,v 1 ; mil e 7s, '23. 99% 99% 7.10
Pub Sr C N J en 7s, '22 ?3 85 16.69
R J Reynolds Tob ?is,'22. 95% 95% 7.5
Southern Ry 6s, 1922.... 81% 92 10.50
St Paul V I> guar 6%_, '2S S3 95 7.15
Swift & Co 6a, 1921. 97% 98 7.45
Toxas Co 7s, 1923. 97% 87% 8.15
Utah Seo Corp 6s, 1922. 34% 86 13.75
V. ist Elec Co eon 7s, '25. 63% 9D 7.25
Markets in Other Cities
Baltimore
Bales, Open. High. Low. Last.
109 Arundel Corp.. 33 33 30 30
400 Celestino.1.10 1.10 1.09 1.09
260 Cons ?'val. 78 76 75 75
1,?.. Houston Oil pf 70% 70% 70% 70%
24 M ?Se M F Nat 28 25 27% 27%
25 Md Casualty... 77 77 77 77
6 Penn W Pow. 89 89 89 89
60 Pgh<_W Va pf 72 72 72 72
10 United Rys.... 13 13 13 13
50 U S Fidelity...123% 123% 123% 123%
Bonds
?2000 Cons Pow 7s. O'?*' 96% 96% 96%
?OOO Cons Coal fis. 96 96 90 96
11 10 Unit Ry 1st 4s 61% (11% 61% 61%
Boston
295 Alasl a . 1 % 1% 1% 1%
202: Big Heart.... 10% 11 % 10% 11 %
1 ; ;, v Inghan. 9 9% 9 9%
Butte. ?V Sup. ..21 21 21 21
175 Cal .?:- Ariz. ... 5. 6S% 58 55%
.: C'a I ,v H cla. ..319 31;? 319 319
4:?' ? '' 1rs m . 2S% .?0% 28% 30%
40 Copper Range. 38% 38 ? 38% 38%
10 Dal v West (ex) 4 *-, 4% 4 ?i 4%|
60 1 L vis Da 1 y.... 9 % 9 % 9 \ 9 % 1
70 East Butte. . .. 12% 12% 12'? 12'?
2S0 Island Creek... 65% 55% 64 54
lo pf. '"'?? -0% 804 80%
65 Mayflower O C 6% 5 % 6% 5*?
li '? Mlchlg; n . 4% 4 % 4'-a 4%
25 .*?"? ?? A . lian. 2% 2 \ 2% 2%
60 \..,v Cornelia.. 17 17 16% 16%
135 N*U Isslng . 8% *?% R\ 8%
:: ? N'orth Butte. ..17 17. 17 17
: Old Domii Ion. 25% 25% 25 >' 25%
60 Pond Cre? :? . . . : * % 1e % 1 . '?. 18%
1 1 _h innon . 1 % 1 S 1 % 1%
<-?' Sut prior Cop.. 5 5 4% i\
10 U S Smelters. . 69 69 60 69
132 do pf.. 4 3 43 4 2'-? 42%
78 Utah con. 6% 7 fi % 7
tah M? tal.... 1% 1% 1% 1%
Rails
92 B( st '._? .. A b. '. : I 125 124 125
:!'??"!.,. . . 61 (? i % fil 61 %
60
Miscellaneous
1 Ai Pneumatic l % 1 % 1 % 1 7?
lo pf .. 8 * <? 1
li .'? m Su - ir ?.f 106 106 106 106
606 Am T . T. 23 93 92% 92%
125 Am W01 ! pf... 94% 95% 94 94
1! 0 Anglo Am Cml 8% m; 514 8%
: I A ? las Ta? _ . , . 20 20 20 20
'.'?' Bost Mex Pet. 2% 2 4 2% 2%
420 C? nt Steel..... 2 2 1% 3 %
18 Bast Boston... 5 6 5 5
165 Eastern Mfg.. 33% 23% 33% 33%
-' Edls :: .148 141 147% 147 U .
I !' 1er . 31% 31% 31% 31%
: - Falrb inks .. . . ?1% 61% 61% ?' 1 Ts
Gen Bloc . .143 143 141% 141%
210 Iv Products. 17% 17'-? 16% ifi_.
" - Island Oll ... 6% fi ., c% 6%
273 r.Ibby . 13% 13% ?3 13' .
41 !.????? . s . 10 10 10 10
10 .1 1 Co n n 0 r. .. 13 % 1 3 % \ 3 \ 1 3 %
? 'A ?? Cas .... 73'fi 75% 75 75
. ' M? rg.mthaler .125% 125% 125% 125'-,
II Inv ....'? -34 .1.", 31
?.a N .: Leath . . I 1% 1 1% 1 i 11 _,
42 .*?." K T? I. -4 % 85 84% R 1 %
?'* fin : x . 39 39% 38 3?*.% .
. ' Sii is Mag . 19% 19% 10'? 19%
do pf . * 4 S 4 St 14
? South Phos . . 25 % 25 % 2' % 25 % j
17; SI ? irt Mfg . 4" 40 4')
:? Swlfl .107% 104 106% 106%
25 do !:.: . 36 36 30 36
25 Torrlngton ... 66% 67% 66% fi7%
t United Drug .126 128 126 126
70 lo 1st pf. .. 4S % 4'-'., 4S% 49%
36 Un Twist .... 26 2n 25% 25\
i; ? United Shoe . 40 40 39% 4r?
?I? pf . 24 % 24 % 2(4 24 V.
20 U S .-'"?I pf.105% 105% 105% 105Vs
" " vent ura . 16 16 % 16 16%
1225 Waldorf . 21% 21% 21% 21?s
? 1 Walthan V.* . . 30% 80% S) 30
. 'i Warren . 78% ~J 7>> 7H
r ' Walworth _ 2'1 20 20 20
70 Wlcls Wire .. 25% 25% 25 25
Bonds
$2 000 - G W I 5a. 70 70 70 70
1,000 N E Tel Es.. 78% 78% 7?% 78%
:: .'' ^a'--'- 5s ???? -i'1- -., ii;* 8B
Boston Curb Market
Bid. Aek Bid. Ask,
Ariz E.t ..2 2 Majestic ...l? 20
Ar:/, Sllver..48 60 II . Metal?..60 70
Bol ? ?- ..1 1 % Mldw Moss..40 i'a
Blh H iwk...65 65 M ?j Tung.. 4 9
! - L. Moti..71 72 Monarch .. ? 35
Calaveras ...75 ?- Nat L & Z.. 4 10
Chief Cons... 3% 3% New Baltic. 3 4
Con Copper.. 3 3% Nev Doug....14 IS
Cr Reserve..l4 16 Nix?n . 7 ?
Crvstal new.26 20 .(.'nondaga . 20 40
Dei high . ...IS 20 Pilgrim .... 9 11
Eagle B_ 2 21 ! C Pioneer _80o 1
! rt ma ...?? 5 Rang Pete...15 20
Gadsden ...75 90 'Rainier .... 1% 1%
H ?? OH ..'-'. 12 --v Metala...11 12
Houghton ..25 60 S W Miami.. 3% 4
I: ,n BI is. ..25 ^5 Silver Reef 6 7
Iron (up... 0 9%ITexana .... 8 10
.1er Verde...30 U Verde Ex.31% 32%
La Rose . . .20 4 - Y.? in .... 1 1%
Chicago
Bales. Open. High. Low, Last.
: Am Rad pf. .100% : i0% ?OOU i *
895 Armour Ltath 15% 15% 16% 15 %
: lo pf. 93 % 93 -? ?3 % 93 '?*
110 Armour pf... 94 % 5 t :,4 04'4 04 U
40 1 leaver Bd .... 4 ? 4.? 4:? 40
13 0 Caso Plow.... 18 Is % 18 18%
E Ch C ._ Conn. 1% i '-t 1 ', 1%
: 1 do pf. 10 10 10 10
350 Ch E Ry pf.. 6% 6% 6% 6%
6 Cudahy . 02 02 92 92
70 C m'wlth Edl.102% 102% 102 ln2'^
'-' Hupp . 17 17 17 17
: . St I. . . . . 16% 16% 16% 16%
Llbby . 13% 13% 13% 13%
34 20 do rites. '? \ 1A 1., 1 H
do ?.irrants 12% 12% 12% 12%
: Mitchell . 2.? 20 2:- 20
M nt \ ard .... 34 34 3.1 % 33'?,
i? Nat Lcath_ 11 % 11 % 11% 11 ',
50 Mlilw Ul pf. -34 24 2.4 34
1 Reo Motor. ... 22 22 27 22
50 Root Van. 38H 38% 33% 38 '_
16 Sears Roeb... .205% 206% 206% 206%
125 Stewart Warn. 40'^ 40% 40% 40%
Swift Intl_ 36 3? 36% 85%
806 Swift _- Co...107% 107% 107 107%
100 'i f. :..:?.:.?n . ~. 80 80 M .*
1 Executor Trastee ;
( Chartered 1822
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
j Nos, 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue
L At Forty-first Street
New York
I*
L London Parij
Foreign Exchange
| Administrator Guardian
j liamber Teder?! Baservs Sj3?ezi and Mew Y?rk Oloaring Housa
tJW- ? ill
Sales. Open. High. Low. Fast.
200 United Ir. 27% 2? ?-j 27\_ 77 l,
1460 Union*Caxb... 64 64\ C4 ?*?? 6*\
Bonds
J5000C C A C. 6s.. 3S 39*t 38 ? y
7'OCO Com Ed 1st 5s 78VI "''* '*'* ""**
1000 Met (?a F.x 4s 45 45 4 5 46
1000 Ogden Gas 5s. 63 63 63
2000 Peo Gas Rf 5s 1} 60 60 R0
1000 Swift 1st 6s. . . S4H 84?H S 4 S S 4 S.
Detroit
250 Charcoa! Iren. 3"* 3*? 3'? 3'?
425 do pfd. 4 *?? F, 4 i
75 Coin Motors.. 1 '??, FV 1"S F *?
230 Detroit Edls?n.l00 Vi 100 Vi 1 '. . ?
2 Ford of Cana. 380 380 350
900 Gladys Bell. . . 84 84 84 54
600 rio pfd. 9 7 0 4 '.. :. ? i
200 Mich Sugar... il?-, 11% im : :
75 Minn Sugar... 28% 2S% 77'. 27%
8V Packard . lfii, 19% :?S 1 '?? \
187 Patre Motor... 30V4 30% 80 30
450 Reo Motor.... 21% 77 21% 21%
Philadelphia
6 Am Gas. 37% 37% S7% 37%
2 Cambria Iron.. 71 ?S 38 38
133 0 Elec Stor.117% 126% 117 Vi 174
30 1ns Co of N A. 30% 30% 30% 30%
210 Lake Sup..... 13 V4 13% 17 -, v '??.
102 Lehlgh Val.... Vj 41% 41% 41',
899 1'enn It R.... 39 2 7 38 % 38 \
49S I'enn Traffic.. 2% 7 S 2% ?_:..
231 Perm S.V.... 67 y C77? 67 ?? 67%
410Phl!a Elec... 21-, 22% 21% 21%
175 Phil R Tran.. IV, 18% V", 18%
30 Tono Bi'lmont 1-, 1 % F, 1%
75 do Mining.. U? 1% 1% I ,*.
20 IT S Steel.... 93% 97 % 93% 93%
4 9 do pf.J.106 105 F*? 5 105
35 Fnlon Traction 29 7'0'i 2?i 29%
347 F O I. 41% 41 % 41% 41 Vi
ISS Whouse Flee. 4.? 40 40 49
14 Western Land. 71 71 71 71
18 Warwick I run 8% 8 ?4 8% B%
300 F C, I 7pcrf.. 50 50 60 50
6 York Ry pfd.. 30 30 80 80
Bonds
$1200 Nat Prop 4-Cs 3% 8% 8% S& ?
2000 Ph Eleo 1st 7s 82". 83 82% 8*.
4000 Penn 7s.101 % 101 % 101 % 101%
7000 Rotdg fjen 4s.. 74 74 74 74
roOO Fnlon Rwy 6s. 67% 67% 67 67
Pittsburgh
4021 Arkansas ?las. . 1.7 1 4 % 13 14%
6M Gui'fey Glllesple 2'")% 26% 2t% 26%
360 Kay Co Gas.. 1% F, 1%? l %
125 La Belle Iron .166Vi 156% 166 156
100 Lone Star '.Vs. 27 25 27 25
2738 Marlanci efng. 4% 4% 4% 4",
210Mfrs L & Heat 62 62 51 61
8500 Mt Shasta. 42c 42o 4?)c 40o
10 Ohio Fuel Siily 51 51 61
35 Wshso Air Bk.108% 108% 108% *. i *.
Bonds
$3,00 Ind Bret* Cs... 49ffl 49% 49% 49%
Montreal
Bid. Ask. i Bid. Ask.
Ablt P ?ftP 78 ? Con MAS.. 25 :. -.
Ames N'ol..? 130 Dot F Ry.103 1 4%
rtopfd.. ? 100 Dom st..-;-; 66 ? ?
At Sug Relia 117% Dom Text.171 1 ...
do pfd..137 ? Lk of Wdsl95% 200
Bell Tel...104 104% M LM&PC 84% 36
llr TL&P.. 42% 43 'Ogll Mill..230 ?
P.r Paper..136 136Vl|Ponm Ltd. ? 130
Can ?VF 54 66 }i:.-v Pap..196% 197
do pfd.. 98% -- I Shaw'gan.109
Cn cen? pf ? 90% Bp Hiver..104 % 1 5
CnGElec.102 ? do pf. ..147 147%
Can 8s.... 71% ? Stl Co of C 7.7% 76
Carr Kic. 2s % ? I do p? .. ? i)0%
Gold Industry Menaced,
State Bankers Told
Economic Pressure Means Ex?
tinction. Says ?Counsel of
Minnie*; Congress
Continued economic pressure is forc?
ing the extinction of the gold industry,
according to George II. Bailey, counsel
of the American Mining Congress,
speaking on "The Gold Situation" be?
fore the New York State Bankers'
Association at Asbury Bark, N. J.,
yesterday. This was the second day
of the twenty-seventh annual conven?
tion of the association.
"Gold production has declined since
1915," he said, "and the loss in the
production of new gold to the reserve,
added to that withdrawn for the use
of the arts and trades, will still fur?
ther accentuate the volume of nect ?i
sary currency deflation.
"The attendant ills of a too rapid
deflation cannot too strongly b(
ohasized. Some constructive remed ?
is necessary. A healthy gold mining
industry should be re-establ shed,
which is only possible by freeing the
gold products from the economic -v- 3
now pressing on that**industry. It is
impi rative that the gold mining be .?? ?
alive for fear that, with the greatly
reduced production, there will b?
difficulty in retaining the gold stand?
ard during the coming campaign of
credit restriction."
Other speakers to-day wer* Major
Georere F. Chandler, Superintendent of
the New York State Bolire; Frank J.
Farsons, vice-president of the United
States Mortgage and Trust Con*.par.;.*,
of New York, who spoke on "Com?
munity Trusts." and J. F. Van Rinvr,
secretary of the Norwich Union Fin
Insurance Company of Entrland, an?i
a representative of the National Boar?!
of Fire Underwriters, who spoke or;
"Insurance and Credits."
Officers were elected this afternoon
as follows: Bresident, S. G. H. Turner,
president of the Second National !???* -
Elmira; vice-president, J. II. Herzog,
vice-president of the National (
ntercial Bank and Trust Company of
Albany; treasurer, H. D. Fearon,
cashier of the Oneida Valley National
Bank, of Oneida; and secretary, Ed?
ward J. Gallien, re-elected. The secre?
tary is the executive officer of the
association, and devotes his entire
time to the work.
?
Financial Items
The Bank of America has been api Int
ed re^iF*.rar of the 7 per ??? I : reference
stock of the Broadway Realty Compai ?
trustee under Indenture of the F- adway
Realty Company covering an Issue '.
$750.000, i-ar value register? 1 del nl ire
sinking fund bonds du.- 1940. and r-i.-.?
trar of the v 1 ng trusl ??:?:'. ates I
107.000 shares of con tnon at >? -, no ;.
value, of the Santa Cecilia 1- .fir Com?
pany.
Dldrlchsen Brothers, dealers In un'lst??!
securities, announce !!?r.-v s Steams Jr
has been admitted as a c;.?'-:-..: partner In
the firm.
John N Willys his been elected presl
! dent of the Republi X. x ?r Truck C 11 -
? pany, to succeed F. W, Ruggles, who las
r-'tlred from the company. J -..-.. 77 Wlllyt
hint N 1 mber acquired a controlling In?
terest In the Republic Company, together
with F. R. Ruggles and W. J. H:m.r.
Advices tj-ryrn. London stated yesterday
that Rand Mines, Ltd., lias declared an
interim dividend of 3 shillings a ?hare.
j The par value ?-.f the Ft.gltHh share? is 6
' shillings American share?, which are the
equivalent of two and one-h.alf English
Bhares, will therefore recetve a dividend
, nf 7% shillings a share. The dividend of
! 3 shH'.lr.as r.'ir.pares with a dlvlden.l of
; 1 't shillings for the corresponding period
! of laxt year.
?
Fehrenbach to Form Cabinet
BERLIN. June IS.?-Konstantine Feh?
renbach, Bresident ci the German Na.
tioual Asembly, has agreed to attempt
? to form a ministry, following a con
i ference attended by Karl Trimborn, the
Centrist leader, and Bresident Ebert.
I This conference followed the refusal
I of Dr. Mayer von Kaufbeuren, German
Charg? at Par\fi, to accept the Cljan
celorship.
A.\ . V V.CK A nett inaer.
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6.00C Metal? ? Al'.oya
60 ells ? ?:??? ?' '? of W--st.-bester
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FIN \MI\I. MEETINGS
th? era of the
HOTEL (KIIHI I I.I II It tuMI'ANY.
Vnu are that the Annus!
M.? ? of th? Si i of I be Hot? l
... iter ?
the ? pal '- i Fifth Av?
n ie. Borough " : Fit j ?f Ne?
'. V 19 at 10
\ M for ' ? ?? f electing
directors for the ?? r and Fir the
? ransa? tlon i ?Ines? as may
regular 1 y c ? bel r?? 11 \ -. I ng
Yours,' very? t
??m-vit .- ?.SALZ, Secretary.
New "i ?
ICE given that a meeting
of the stock! THE It. ILIVIAN
WO? iL CO.. I t Room
1940, No. 42 ] I? '*.'??
hattan, ? "-..-? * i
on the ?7)1 ? ?
the I ?r; v ; -. U| ? ?? 1 -, .
n that I . forthwith
dlssoh ? 1.
F n !. v Presl ;? i.t
J. H. JOHAN
Fated, New \ June 4 1920
DIVIDEND NOTICES
AIR REDUCTION COMPANY, Inc.
r:n Uroadway, Sew Work,
.Inn? l?l. 10JO.
IIIVIDF.M? NO. I I
The Doard ? f this Con pany
j has a?<-?nre.i the. I ? !
of $] I per shan n tin ipital r .i ? f
'he . . ia
? : ? ' ' I . 0 . ?.'
VI Y '
Ofllce of The ( iilt.il <..,? Improvement ? o.
N. IV. Corner Brand ?nul Aren Street?,
The Direct re I .ared a
quarterly dividend of
per ahur--) on the this
Com ly, pay i
of re ?- - .?
June SO, 1920. Che? is wl . be : tailed
I. V Ml iRRIS. Treas ; r.
330 Italians Massacred
To Avenge Essad's Death
Infuriated Albanians, Blaming
?Intrigue for Assassination,
Slaughter Prisoners
GENEV \. Three !. ?ndrtd
and thirty Italian pi ? been
killed bj ; . A -.-...:.- at Ti?
ra r.a, s .- . * 11 am from
Belgra le, quoi - reporta r- ng
that c *
1* i1. said 11 e ' w t **?? mad?
dened by news of the ? of
Es sad P . ' ? ? Presi?
dent of Albai , rai this
and att I to Ital
;'...? ' ' ? * .. f
Italian pi ? ? routi
? : ut
K rae! tr, it aspen
? ! ?'.e fat?
than ' Italia! ' :
captured A th? .* * * ?
before Avl na, ?-. * struggle i*
stil] going - :.
Armv Orders
Fro?. T>-e Tribune*? Washington I weir?
WASHING n % June V Army or?
ders issued 1
Honorably Dlsrl^arced
Craven 2d Lt .?? R ' * .'?
;.:? -?. C.
. . f
Hlgg-lns, Ca? :.
. .. ,.
.'. C.
' '*.
Ll
It ss, Lt. C ? . W
( orpS of Engineering
Following ngton: Matthew?, Capt.
A. O ; Rosa, Capt L. T. ; 77e' s'.:.. Capt.
A. M " .. X?. U. Capt.
1t. ?. Lt. A. D. ; Lee, Lt. R-j
Twltty, Lt.TL.1
to Camp Travia
Coast Artillery Corps
Foote. Cap,:. W. C, to 7 ma ."ark
?: ? v F 17, ? . Fort Han-oe?i.
And? sen, '. . Lt B., to Fort H. O.
*.'? ighl
F Capt B to Fort TVarren.
: . ??*, Capt Fort Tilorgan.
I n Ta n try
Donaldson, Capt C A., to Camp Prlabird.
.'?: Dat I? . , - .?? A., to Governor's .?.
; ? . :. Lt H D , * . Camp Funaton.
Air hervir?
Vandervoort. ?d :.*. ... hi . to Mitch?! Fielt
lieverldgre, V v " Jr., to Washington.
; Ifert, 2d Lt F '?'. . ? ,
Miscellaneous
Mattox, Lt. J. K . r* A '" . r?a aeo.
?'al * ' iv., to Fort Rllw?.
Andet n, Lt A V P., ?av. to Chi
?-*?
F ner, Ta; *. H J! . Gen. Staff, to West
.
Rust Capt J Ph1! F fret.*,, ?o Norfolk.
'.' fe Major P M. C to F? r- Bill
ipt M -' C. to F r- P!!L
Following ?i IV-' e I arV New '?or'it,
I rr. Cap?. O.
K Lara ? V .'.F
-_?-?
Navy Orders
From :'??? r? tr?ne*'* Washington Bvream
WASHINGTON, Jun? 18.?Navy or?
ders : -?* u< d to-day:
Anes. Ros n F W . to T* F F T irkey.
...... to F Bchi ":??
Hentley, Ens H. W.. t" U. 8. S. D .-ersoa.
Bryan. Cot O. S, lo U.? B. S Idaho.
??... R . . * ' Shl| : ing Hcar?.
Washl :
Gra . Gun. '7 7* . to F P F R-7
Lt. ? .---?-'-?? er
V ? J . navy yard. M?
Islal '
.,-,.-? ? ? bollnk.
j, Lt. K 17 f limer.
. , i.
! to Bai --o.
! ; ? ?. ? 7 i . ? Pan ! Iro.
U, to Was) ????? -n.
R. t
. Del??
-
E a H . to t* ? '? - ?? _?
? \ Fred?
?rich ,
Farmer, Lt. J. L., to Parta lalajri. _J_\
?lacDo&ald, Lt. J., to i ti.au^.v?-?*?

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