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W. F. Ladd & Co.
Investment
Securities
i
New York
Advance in Wheat
In Winnipeg Pit
Canses Rise Here
Upturn Is Laid to Buying
for Export. Which Halts
as Result of Gains; Cash
Position Is Irregular
A s '??:1 advance i:i the' Winnipeg
wh< re the October position
.: i ? re than 9 cents a bushel,
a general covering movement In
during yesterday's session and
???:?? str ng and higher durinc
the greater part of the day. At one
.;?.. s in Chicago showed ad?
vances of iVz to 5:>4C and closing quo
e were -:i to 4 cents net
E: irters were said to have taken
t of a million bushela over
nig] t, mi -' of which was Canadian
- s appearance of export
n Canada resulted in a I
nt of values between
". i American markets, as
? ? ? '.-.' at recently has been sell
ng cons : rably below a parity with
American prices when the weakness in
'Canadian exchange was taken into con
p leration.
advance wns said to have
I export operations and at the
? ? day the market was some
ed. Offers from the coun
Icrate and cash premiums
?? lined, although the Minne
- market showed a decline of 3
... wheat, which had a ten
?credit reports from there
of a better flour demand. Flour
prices fi the local market remained
a ' ged, with the undertone
? i the appearance of a
?. liry ; nd export sales
of ai it 10,0 i or 15,0 I barrels, most
;-. soft wlnl
In ? ash market Xo. 2 red
ai 2 1 ard were quoted at $2.70Vi,
c. :. f. track New York.
(orn Advances Slightly
On Higher Wheat Price
??'?- ? was influenced
h; the a'"inn of wheat, and
daj prices advanced 1 to
2 cents. Shorts were good buyers for
? ? ird the close the tnar
ped a sagging tendency and
final were 'i to 34c net
-
pta were a trifle larger at pri?
mary points and crop accounts were
very favorable, it h>-:"^ stated that in
the Southwest the crop is now safe
fr ?:. ught and frost.
It was rumored that a prominent
crop expert in Chicago will issue a
lay indicating a vield of
00,000 bushels. In the local
\ No. 2 yellow corn was quoted
at $1 79"i cost and freight New York
ti n la> -' sh f mer t.
Y' st' rday's Pre\ loua Tear
-' - r -? ins. . lose. ago.
- ? $1.73 T? $ 1. ? 2 ', $2.07 > .
'?.?'. ' i : 1.7? *;
: ; :: ' ? I !.. \ 1.40%
"at* .. ??'. t was firm,
? pari t th? early advance was lost,
"(f to Hi net hlglier.
' . beral. although there
fn i th?! count ry, and
? ? were fli [n ' he loi al mar?
ket Ni 2 white was Quoted at S6e; No. 3
wr, '.?,.! ?. y ? whit? -1.-, f.r: y clipped
rdinary clipped white. Sac; all
tle\ ?nor.
Testerday's Previous Tear
V?w y - . rlose. ago.
No. 3 white. . ..$0 86 10.??6 $0.<??5
September.67 Vi .RB% .71 S
Deoember.66ft .66H .74?,*
Bye?Market firmer.
yesterday's Previous Tear
NewTork: close. ago.
No. 2 West.. $2.38% $234 $l.60V4
Flonr and Meal?Quotations were:
rastel lay's Previous Tear
N. Y ? cl? ae close. ago.
Sprintr patent.
T 21 ' '. L3
Corn:
. 9 4.00
Bye 0
: -
Bran
$13.26?13.25
3.90? 4.00
?310.75
$11.70? ?
4.60??
8 00?TS. 40
4?.00
Butter, Cheese, Eggs
Butter Receipts were s.':7t packages.
' r) higher than extras. lb, 67 Vi (g
?SSVic; extras, 02 score, 56?4?57c; firsts,
t to 91 s re, 64@66*?c; firsts, ??; t.. X0 '
: S 53c; seconds, 83 to '7 score,
48V4?51c lower grades, 47?48c; Danish
"?", 52 i3 fr .", t i,r ; unsalted, higher than |
extras ? ? ??61. . extras 58V? ??6iJ '-vc : firsts, ',
64 it.' 7 '??,- : seconds, 61@53< . state dalty
tubs, finest, 66?57c; k.1 to prime, 61?
?6Ho; n " .'. ? (ail 46 i 60C; 1 rt ? i i -?;?. ;
? :: ike, firsts, 46?4'i14c; seeon Is,
4 ? '.'?. lower grades, ?J' 42V<jc; pack?
ing stock, current make, No. 1, 43?44c;
*.'o 2, 42 ?4c lo v r grades, r> S
Cheese lleceipts, 1.140 boxea State,
*hole milk, r-?:!h firsts, colored or white, !
.erage run. 27? 28c; lower
Kr?.;..* 20?25Hc: twins, fresh, specials,
?7*ic; average run, white or colored, 86ft
''?'-?"'?... : wor grades, 20@26c; Wisconsin,
fresh twins, 27. a ng ? Daisies, fresh, '.:7'.|
doubl? Daisies. fresh. 27?27%c;
Toung Americas, fr*sh. 28%?29V4c; fresh ?
l?H?17 S- ? prime to choice, 15?
fair tu good, 12?14V4c; lower grados,
?
Krs? -Receipts were 14.128 cases. Fresh
s*ai red extras, dosen, 6l@62c; extra
" ?I S?60i firsts 54? r7-- se? .t..Is. 4'J'o:
63o; dirties, No. 1. 44?46c; checks, fair to
choice, dry, 41?43c; refrigerator, special
fancy, Sie; firsts, 50@63c; seconds,
'?y 849c; Pennsylvania an?l nearby West
whites, extras, 72?75c; extra
firsts, 68?71c; firsts. 64?66c; gathered
whites, firsts to extra firsts. 64?71c; un
Cergrades, 57? 63c; Pacific Coast, whit?;,
?tras, 72?75c: extra firsts. 6b ? TO?: ; firsts.
'" .. ? ?"? -, undergrades, 64?62c; I'.talutr.a,
small, 54?56u; other Western and South
er|i. gathered whites, 66'/j 66c; state, Penn
?:-iv?ri!a and nearby western, henn.-ry
"browns, extra. 64?'68c: gathered brown
and mixed colors, graded extras, 61? 63c;
firsts to .xtra Brats, 04 ?60c.
Livestock, Meats, Provisions
Yesterday. Year ago.
l.'.ve h?rt, fair to
prime,, 100 lbs. $18 00? 17.00 $14.25? 17.90
Dressed beef,
sides, lb.18? .28 .IS? .24
Live veal, com?
mon to prime,
100 lbs. . [email protected] 18.00?260O
Dressed veal,
city, ?b.24? .33 .28? ,36
l.ivo ewes, 1?0
lbs. 4.00? 3 50 6 00? 900
Dresstd muttun.
city, lb.00? .18 .10? .17
Live lambs, fair
to prime, 100
lbs. 15 50? 17.J6 12 00^17 GO
Dressed lambs.
.24?
16.00?!'
. 1 4 ? .27
2?.25?22.60
r'-'y. lb
Hogs. ldO lbs. ..
Dressed hogs,
bacon, lb.23%?.2.tH .30'^? .32
Hew pork, bbl.. ??.On?;?J.OO 56.O0?66.00
Mes? beef. bbl... [email protected] 29.00030.00
Lard. Middle
J-Vest, ?0? los. [email protected] 29.20?29.80
The Day's Bond Market
J498.O00
11,000
50.000
11 9,000
608,000
U. S. Government
Trnnsnctlon*
Sales
Liberty S%?, 1017
do 1st 4?, 10 17
<!?> Td 4s. 19 43. .
do 1st 4%?. 1047.
fin 2d 44?, 1012.
do 3d 4 4s. 1928. 824?OO?
do 4th 4 4?, lois. 1,169,000
Vii-tory- 4 ?4s, 1928. 1,063,000
do 3\s. 1923. 121,000
Quotations
Hlph. Low. Last.
Liberty 3%a. 89 00 89.8B 89.86
do 1st 4s. ... 84.80 84.70 84.80
do 2.1 4s. M.38 84,;tr, 84.8?
do 1st 4 4s ... 85.20 85.00 85.20
dO 2d 4 4s.... 84.(10 84.42 84.64
?o ?'??! 4 4s . . . 87.76 87.50 8t.64
do 4(h 4%s.... S4.SS 84.78 84.80
Victory 44?. '.'6.4.', 95.30 95.30
tlO S%?. 95 42 05.38 95.42
Bid and Asked Quotations
Tleld,
4.?4
5.05
5.20
6.28
6.46
?18
6.68
6.60
5.60
Net
enge.
?.04
4-.06
4-.30
4-08
4-,06
?.06
-4-. OS
Liberty Bonds
S%8, 1947_
1st 4s. 1047...
2d. 4s. 1942...
1st 44 s. 1947.
2't 4 4 s. 1942
3d 14? iv's
4th 44s, 1938,
Vio 4 % s, 1928
! 9 :? 3
m*
Yesterday,
9 Bl! fil 8 9.0 I
1 70 W 85.00
4.36(21 84.50
5 02* 8 5.10
tW 8 4.58
Pre
8 4.
S 7.'M g
84.7S<8
95 34 ?5
95 34 1
87.80
8 4.84
95, t'i
Closing
Thursday. !
89.89?<j 80.9 0
84.80? 84.80 1
S4.:MC(2- 84.|0
84.90? 85.60
8 4.4KC?? 8 4.50 ;
87.680 87.kl1 ,
84.8001. 84.S2
05 40? 95. C!
95.34 ? 95.38 '.
reg.
coup
iv rssues:
1930...101
1930..101
1946... 89
1946.. 80
928 . ..105
,105
13 102
-,, [02
?Si 9 :
? "2
;r 106
ty ion
."s coup.
4s rcj?.
?i h Cou;,
2s Pan c, 1936, 1004 (fj loi 4
2s Pau r, 1936.100% <8>t01%
29 Pan c, 1938.100% ift 101 4
2a Pan r, ; 933 . I 00?, 4 101 -4
3s Pan rtp. 77 (ft' 80
3s ?Y-, 11 coup... 77 @ S"
Phil 4s. 1931. . 75 <u s;,
Phll 4s. 1936
Phll 4s, 1936
101 Cil?).'
114 S 102
80 (fr- 92
8 9 ? 92
1 0 5 G? 1 C 6
?07. fy 106
1004 ?un %
11104 ?101%
100% tfj loi H
100% (0 101 4
7 7 @ 8 0
7 7 ?S0
7 5 ?85
75 4? 85
75 (If 85
<tf 8 5
(Tr 85
!? Col 3s, 1965. 'J5 iy> ? 96 (H ?
Foreign Govt. nnd Municipal Bonds
(Interest To Be Added)
Bid. Asked.
Anglo -French Extern 5s. 1920. 99% ii-fi
Argentine Intern 5s 1946. OS %
Kingdom of Belgium Cs 1921.. 98 4
do Bs, 1925 . 91 4
do 74.-Y 1945. 97 4
Canada, Dominion of, 5s, 1?121. OS
do notes, 1921. 9$
do 19 2 0 . 88
do 1029 . 90%
do 1931 . 86 4
Chinese Gvt Mu K?ig Kv 5s. '51 404
I Cuba Extern 5s. 1944. 86
do 5s, Series A, 194 9.
do 44 s. 1949 .
Dominican Rep 5s, 1958.
City of Lyons 15-vr 6s, 1934 . , . S3
do Marseilles 15-yr 6s, 19S4 83
do Bordeaux 15-yr 6s, 1934, s:i
do Copenhagen 25-yr 5 4s. '44 754
: French, Taris t'itv 6s, 1921... 91%
Govt of Switzerland 8s, 1940..1024
.Lir Govt 4 4s string lonn, 1925 73 4
<lo 2d s? ries, 1925. 72 4
do 4s string In. 1931. 67 4
Jap Tokio ? ?iv E - 1952.. ... 61 4
L'n K Gt B .?1- i 5-5 :? 5%8, 1 921 914
do 3-J r 54s, 1922. 914
10-yr 5%s, 1 OS 9. si %
1937. 81%
s of '99, 194 5 36
1964. 28%
44 goij b, 924
Saltea
Jap stlg loan
do 20-yr
TV.ex Extern strl :
gold 4? of '"4.
King of Italj 7
69
98 4
9.1
97 4
? 8 ' 1
98%
S S 4
8 3 %
83%
76
91 4
102%
74
6 3 %
96%
91 %
8 5
81%
::.-, 4
29 4
Anglo-French 5s
152.009. 9 9 U ;
500. 99 4
City of Bordeaux 6s
12,000 . 8.1
Cltj of Copen h 5%s
10.000. 7 - y,
1,000. 75%
City of Lyons 6s
19.000. S3
City of Marseilles 6s
11.0 0 n. ?t 3
City ? f Paris Cs
? 1 1. 914
1,O?O. 9 ' ',
1,000. ...91
Dom nican 17 7s
li 0 0 s !0f., ?3 4
. . 8.1%
5.10(1.
1 0,000.
10,000.
. ,00 ).
40,1 '
>f Belg s f
r M rects
2,000.. . .
! o.onn.
67%
57 4
57 4
; ??
7.000
Cs 19
5,000.
5.1 0 .
5.000,
9 7 %
97%
97%
9 7 4
in 5%s
9 'I %
notes 1921
1,0 0. . . . 98
do 5s If
do 1931
86
f 8s
'
102
K of Italy ?74s
Ser A 1925
6,000 . 91
Rep of Cuba 5s 1904
1,000. S6
C K of < !t Britain &
i 7 4s 1921
- i> 1 '..,... 964
96%
90 4
96 1 ?
'.1 ? %
96%
91%
5 0 0 0 .
10 90 I .
-, ,- 0 ,i
1,0(Y-, .
1 000 .
l.mn .
;
"? '1
1
; ?,
Lion. si %
10,1 ;
] 1
6.000.
S 1 : Mex 5s
10.000.
S '. 4
82
81 4
.1 r, 4
.16 %
30 4
1,000. 20
X Y C 4 4s 1960
1.00O. S.I
Virginia dfd Bs
B B * Co ctfs
5,000. C4
Railway, Other Corporations
Adams Exp 4s Bklyn Rap T 7s
1 000.
Alaska ?lid M Cs
Series A
1 1. 0.10 .
1 6 4
15
18.099. 40%
2.O00. 40%
s.ooo. 414
2.1(10. 4 2
Ch
Am
Am
Smelting 5s
6,000.
0.
1,000.
;? & T - v 6
100.
1 (i 11 d.
00.
5,000.
do ?"I 5s
8,000. .^...
do col 4s
1.000.
Arm.'1:: ?"'o 4%s
2.000.
5,000.
A T Sr 8 F pen 4s
1.000.
I.OOO.slOf.
15.000 .
4.000.
tfs of depos
2.000. 34%
15 do 4s
1,000. 214
91 Canada s<> &g
0. 82%
7 4 7, ron of Ga Hy 6s
74 '-. 1.000.8 4%
74 4 1.000. 84 4
j Cen Nr< w Eng 4.?
97, 4 6.000. 51
9 7 4 Cen Pac gtd 4s
95 '-. 2 O00.a30f. 70%
96% 4,011. 71%
3.000. 72
77% 13.000. 71 %
3.090. 71%
75 ? 1.000. 71%
11,000. 72
7 5 do 8 4s
75% 1.00 0. 75%
000. 70
744' Cen R R & Bnkg
7 4 Co of Ga 5s
74%: l.i'OO. 81
74 4 Ches & O cv 6s
?10f.
7 14
7 14
74 4
or,
04%
66' I
?17 4
714
15.1
4.000.
5.000.830f
c.ooo.
do cv 4s 155
l.Ono.
do ad J 4 s
2.000.
1,000.
do stamped
2.000.
All C L ist con 4s
6.?0 ?
1.010. .
9,110. .
10.000. .
do uni 4 4s
6.000.
1.000.
do 7 s .t p M recta
27,000. 98 :
2.000. 984!
do 1. ?? N 4s
10.091. 66 j
Bait A ( >hlo 6s
10.009. 88
1.000. 88%
16.000. 8 8 !
5. 000. 88 %
1,000. 88%
10.000. 88%
10,000. 88%
do cv 4'.a
H.111. 67 4 1
5.019. 6^ ;
14.110
40.000. 80
10.009. SOU,
21,000. 80%
4.191. SO
do gen 4 4s
5.000.72
do cv 4%a
4.010. 73?^
4.000. 734
11.000. 73%
?7,.HI. 73 %
1.000. 73
74 4 >7 & Alton 3 %s
2.0O0. 37
do rfg 2s
1.000. 43%
B & (7) gen 4s
3.010. 75%
2.000. 76%
do 111 3%a
4.OO0. 69%
do joint 4s
12..no. or.
28.010. 944
10.000. 95
10.000. 944
74
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94'
11,909. ?J4-4
C & B 111 rfg 4s
10,000. 28 4
do ctfs of depos
4,000. 28 4
C & Erie 1st 5s
l.ooo. 73%
3,019. 68% C Gt Western 4s
6.010. 08
1.000. 68V4
1 2 000. 53%
8.000,s30f
l.ooo.
10.090. B8 %
7.000. 68%
Olio. 6? 4'
15,000. as,
1,000. 68 V, '
1,000. 68%
I.00O. ?9
1.000. 68%
do rfg 6a
6,000. 6?
1,000. G S %
6 000. 66%
17V. i"0. 66%
14.000. 66%
du gold 4a
s.ooo. ?75 ;
3.000. 66%
3,000. ?.; ;
4.000. 64% I
1.000. 65 4!
do p 1 3%8
5 000. 804;
16.000. 80%!
3.000. 80% i
do Titts L E & I
W Va 4 s
7.OO0. 68
2.000. 584|
6.000. 69
.. 10.000. 68%;
2,000. 6t
08 4' C M & St P cv 6s
(-9 4
Serles B
1.090. 69
1 ?',, 91 9. 6 9 %
5,909. 70%
2.001. 70
do cv 4%3
49 000 . . .
6,000. 70
1.000. 69 %
10.000. 704
3.000. 70
1.000. 69%
16.000. 70
6.000. 70*4
5.000. 70%
do rfg 4%s
1.000. 02
2.000
5.000
13.000
20.000
1.000. 62%
do 4s 1925
3.000. 79%
do deb 4a 1934
1,000. 60
1.000. 61% j
OO 3%B
33.000. 66 '
do 5s C & P IV dv I
1,000. 964 i
01 %
62
62 4
3.0O0.
Bait ,<? ?> Sw 3 4s
1.000. 74%:
Bnlt * ?' T & C 48 '
1.000. 49 j
10.000. 48%
58% Chicago N W 7s
temp recta
11.000.100
1,000.1004
do 5s 183.1
1.000. 85%
7.000.
10,000. 49
4.000. 49 '.,
Beth Btl p tn 5s
5.000. 78%
Bradnn Cop 6a
2.000. 87%
Bush Ter con fcs
4* 4 ?' R I * P gen 4s
1,000.
68%t
2,000. 69%
do rfg 4s
1,000. 67
1,000. 67%
14.900. ?7
7.000. 67%
Chicago Ry 6a
1,000. C8%
C A West Ihd 4s
1.000. 65%
Chile ?"opper 7s
10.000. 94V?
t?o 6s
1.500. 73%
30.000. ..... 73 1.4
1.000. TU
l.noo. 7;iTj,
1.O0O. 73 %
C C C & St I, 4s
St T.ouls dlv
1.000. 64
Col & So 4 H*
6.000. ?gui
I.000. 68%'
r.000. 38"kl
Con t?as torn 7s
20.0(10. pi
l.OOft. 99%!
2.000. 99%!
Cuba Can?? Sug cvt !
deb 7s
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4,000.j on
1,000.100 w
do rfg 4r
l.ooo... .78
Den * R O rf?,' 5s
11.000. 48
r. .000. 431.;
10.000. 48 %
N T W & Un 4%h.
3,000. 43
Norf * W cv 6s
8,000. pp t^
1,000. pp x4
1.000. pp^
do eon 4s
l.ooo. 74
6.000. C. . . 7,4 %
North Pao 41.48
(!?'?.000. 71.v
1.000. 75
l.ooo. 75 14
do 4s
l.oon. ... 75
1,000. 76
do 3s
10.000. 53 u.
Or & Oal 1st 5s
10.000. 8<-, vr,
2.000. S6%
cvt ; Or Short Dine 6s
l.ooo. 96%
89%|Or-W H n & N Is
3,000. r,:>%
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2.000.1021.4
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5,000.
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do deb 5s
3.000. se,
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1.000. 65
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12.
'00.
Inc
2.000
2.000
. 20%
_ . 20 ?i,
5,000. 2 n %
2.000. 20
in 4s 1963
67
?lo 4s 1952
1.000. 68%'
?lo 3'js 10 52
? "'"i. 04
do rfg 4s
1.000. 7 0V,
2.000. 70 Vi
Intbo-Met 4 Us
3,000. 1 3 ?v
3.000. 14
3,000 s30f.
22 .>.
1 '.....
5. onn.
4. n 00.
7 6. n 0 n.
4.nnn ...
2,000.
1 n. n n 0 . r, 4 r,
33 000. .... 64%
r ? %
fi 3 %
6 4%
3 n i^ .
1,000.
10.000.
l.oon.
rfg
17.non.
13%
15
13%
'. :; !,
1 3 %
4;'.
4 4?
8 4V?
64
5 3 v,
63%
n -? -,
4 0
20.000.
5 1 ' n 0 .
5,000.
2.000. _
. 4 6 '
6.000. 4fii
2.000. 47
17.. 46'
16.000. 4 6'
1 2.000. 46
10.000. 4 5 i
46 14 St T.
53 \
53 74
',3%
l.nnr
>n 4s
64%
S.non. 5P
2 nnn .
.-:. Ti
2.000 . . .
!' U
;t p
She
[,?4
5. ono.
4C, H
Int
Agrlcul
l.ono. 7,-,
2.000 - 75 V,
M?r Mar (is
, 1.000. SI %
I.nnn.psof.. si
1.000. SI
Kan City So 6a
ri. n n n. ?; r, ?.;
1,000. 87
do 2s
I,000.s30f.. 53
1 OOO. 54
1 0.0 0 n.
2,000.
Kan City Tor 4s
13.000. fis 14
DE* West 1st 5a
St P M & M con Is
2.ono. SI J?
Soab Air Line 4s
sta mi ? -I
2,000. 51 14
n 1.1
do rfg
ia.oo<
1.000 . 43%
>4%
2. n n n. 3 n %
?1.000. pp i4
Lake
do
l.ono.
3.000.
1.000.
73% I
.000.
2.000.
5.000.
2. n n n .
27,000.
6. n n n
3 9 ?'s
1S %
39%
39 Vt
10,000.
Long Isl rfg 4s
Lorlllard Co 6
1. (' 0 0.
L & N unified
1.onn . . .
do 7s J P
1,000...
78%
78%
do St I, 6s
.101%;
. 98%
? 47 %
?5,.??.
So Dell T
1,000.
So Tacl??;
20,000.
;' ,0i 0.
2,000.
1 5. onn.
97%
' ? 7 '?.
97%
OS
9 7 %
?.OOO.
do St D 3s
7,000.830f..
do So Ry Jt 4s
5,000. 62
Manhat Ry 4s
1.000. 50
do tax exempt
4.000. 50
Mldvale Steel 6s
1,000. 77
l.i'OO. 77%
1,000. 78
2.000. 77 '4
1.000. 75
Min & St L
1,000. .
in 6s
l.Ono.
10.000.
1,0 no]_
6,000. 97%
do cv la
30.000.
3.000.
1 6,000. s30f.
1,000. 75% !
5.000.
6.nnn.
5.000. ....
do rfg 4s
6,000.
10,000.s30f
97%
98%
(6%
75%
73%
.oor
do rfg
3,
40%;
1 4.i.i00.s.'10f.
do col 1s
18,non.
G 6
r..-iU
M K & T
6.O0O
5.n?|_
M St P & S S M 4s
10.000. 76
Mo Pac 5s 1965
l.OOO. 7 4 %
do gen 4s
6,000. 64%
l.ono. 54%
5.000. 54 ?V?
17,000
67.000
1.000. 64$
9,000.
5,000.
1.000.
6.000.
2,000.
5,000.
N Orl T &
3,000.
6,000
M ex
10,000. 6 6 'i
3,000. 67
Southern Ry 4s
1,000. 59
16,000. 69%
1,000. 59%
do 4s Mob & ( . dv
5. n n n. 51;
Stand Cas & E 6s
1,000...... s 2%
Texas * P 1st 5s
l.ooo. S0
64%| Third Av ndj 5s
55 ! 1,000. 20
15.000. l'ii
15.000. 20%
Toi St D & AV 4s
10.000. 4P,
Cn Pacifie 6?
5.000. 98
do 1st 4s
4.000. 7 9 '-i
26.000. 7p.\t
4,000. 79y??
do cv 4s
6.000. SOU
2.nnn. S0%
6.000. ...... .vo
do rfg 4a
4.000. 74%
1. n 0 n. 7 -1 A*,
>4%|
bbM>
55'4
50 H
_ 60%
s.onn. 61
10.000. 51%
5,000. 51 %
l.ono. Dl%
T Cen ?lob 6s
4.000. S9%
5.000. 90 _
lo 4s 1934 2.n00. . . ,
1.000. 73%|Untd Ry Inv
do rfg 3%s
6.non. 66
1,000. 65\,
do 1, S 3%s
59%
Pitts Issue
in. non.
5.000. . . .
U S Realty &
15.000. . .
64%
N Y C & St L deb 4s C S Publier tem 7%s
i^i^k^k^ij^Bi
2.0?0. 60
N Y Dock Co 4s
1,000. 62
Y N H & H 6s
O.nnn. 74
1,000.
9 C'OO .
?0.000.
N
76
74%'
fi.nnn. 97^
2.ono .
10 000.
2,000
8.Ono .
5.1100 .
|U S Steel
74 I
s f
s30f.
ls.onc_
15.0(10.
('..nnn.
??..non.
3.000.s30f.
l.OOO.
7 7%
77%
77%
91%
'.' ! %
'?? 1 %
'? 1 %
'.' 1 %
do <P>b 4s 1950
1,000. 48
do cv deb 3%s
10.000. 43%
N Y Rva adj 5s
25.000. 57?s|Utah & North bs
do ctfs of di?pos 1.000. S4%
10.000. 5 ?Va & Sun con 5s
20,000. 4%' 5.000. 69
20.000. 5% Wabash 1st 5a
25 000. 6 ! 1,000. 84%
2.000. 4%l West Electric 6s
do rig 4s ctfs ot 3.000. 94
depos ?West Maryland 4s
2.000. 20%: 10.000. 54%
1.000. ..... 21%! 5.000. . .... 54 H
N
Y Tele deb 6s
10.000. 87%
14,000. 87%
10.000. 88
2.000. 87%
2.000. 88
do 4 4s ?
1.000. 74%
1.000. 75
1,000. 74%
West Pacific
1.000. 79
1,000. 7S%
West Shore 4s
1.000.C_ 73
3.000.C- 73%
West l'n 4%s
1.000. 73
Whl & I, E 4%s
1,009. 50%
.,000.74%!Wlison Co cv 6s
Norf So 5s Ser A l.OOO. 83%
1.000. 48% i Wisconsin C 4a
1,000....?, 48 i ?,ooo??..# ;a
Investment
Information
Question* of general interest to
inventors will he answered in this
column, in which cose- only initial?
will be rued. Others will be an?
swered by mail. Address all in?
quiries, tnclosina a stamped, ad?
dressed envelope, to Financial Flatter,
The Tribune. 15i Nassau Street, New
York City.
V. K. R. Bond? in $500 IMeres
Question ?Do P?nnaylvnnla Railroad
? ompany I per cent ??cured gold bonds
cop... In lev- than S1.0?0 denomination? ?
Answer?These bonda are issued in
$500 pircos. Our recent statement to
trie contraiy was an error.
Speculator Wants to I5e Safe
Question According to a number of
ninket letters thnl I r?.Ive certain slock?
ore how good bargains. | w?llM iik,. lo
?;??' ?? Us o, about ten stocks aelllng be?
tween ?50 and $75 which pay good rtlvl
'""-? ?JJ.1 whi, h should appreciate In
' '" , when th" n;:"l<' < turns strong.
\\ould yon sungesi i..,yinu now or Mhould
1 *???" '" -'-1 lower prices during the
' , I?' strains In i he fall months? Ms.,
v -.,..:? yon think or fnitci from si,;',,.'
Ina stock, winch pays dividends? \ N'.u
(ork broker suggested Aja* Kubber, Key?
s'ne rire, Interniitionnl Mercantile Ma?
lino preferred and i:,,v,,i Dutch, N-w York
Sl'"-'T u'"i1'1 ' .n the safe side ,? ,,?v.
Ibg these m Ihn I iw lev. Is they are noV.
?:';'"? ?"'-" l ; xpocl to buy oh the par
? l?l Pay?' ' hl Pl .n as rnndu( ted by Dun?
ham & Co. no margin calls mid C per aent
u'T'i?, ""you '"""".'"' lhla "lnn7
Answer All of the stocks vou name
are speculative, being sensitive to earn?
ings and market conditions. Your let?
ter shows that you are planning specu?
lative operations depending on a turn
1 in the market for the lid tor, yet you
desire to be on the safe side. We have
110 means of knowing when the bottom
of the market has been reached and
we do not attempt to advise alo...-.!
: speculation, [f you want to be on the
safe side buy seasoned preferred stocks
and investment bonds, which do not
fluctuate so widely. Brokeis cannot
guarantee not to make margin calls,
for they must protect their own posi?
tions. It is easy to imagine what would
happen to a house if it tried to carry
accounts for customers who had no
margin, especially in the ease of a
smash in the market. Partial payment
hfiuses do business, however, on a basis
which makes a margin call extremely
unlikely, and that is the way Dunhnm
iv Co. operate. They are probably
losing money or at best breaking even
at present on the G per cent, charge For
unpaid balances. Their charge for the
same balances on margin accounts is
greater. Hut under the partial pay
mi r.t system, where the contract? ex?
tend over a period of a year or more,
the broker is ennbled to even up when
interest rales are not so high. lie
makes a charge for service over and
above ordinary commissions.
Stock Salesman's Promise Not Mel
Question Kindly advise me what to do
in the follow Ing n itti r. 1 purcha !
shares In the Pirst People's Trust from
the It. V. Greene Co. When I purchased
them ' he agenl told me i hat at any
time ! want) '. to resell I could do so
or if I was In any financi .1 dlffl. ulti< i
they would return 85 per ccnl and hold
'!.' hi i- 1 :. ; er i ent i ir me. I >n ai co ml
of Illness .. nd I he deal h of my n ol her
1 had t.< borrow monej I wrote the
[?' rsl Pi nplo's Trust, ? xplaining my dif?
ficulties, asking them to resell my shares.
The reply said they would not iio bo, as
there was no r. sales ilepartim nt op. n
In 1 hat Issue y, t 1 >o you ! hink this
company Is safe lo Invest In??-Miss M
M. B,
Answer If everything H. V. Greene
& Co. said about their stocks were true
buyers still would be without a market
for their securities after they got
them, and mnrk' tability is one of the
important elements of a good invest?
ment. That is one of the reasons-why
The Tribune has repeatedly warned
against huying securities of this kind.
for ihvestment. Aonther thin<_ that
investors frequently overlook Is thai
nothing the stock salesman promises
you has any validity whatever unless
it appears in the contract you sign.
Oil Dividend (heck Disappoints Him
Quesl ?on I purchased 100 shan - of oil
Bto< k at $1.75 a share, an I received a
receipt for ?177.. In ,i few days I re?
ceived a certificate for 100 shares at ? ! a
share. Th" check for quarterly dividend
amounts to $6, G per cent on 100 shares at
},! a share. Is this correct? ! thought
c y tificate would call for 100 shares at
J1.7S a shore, and the check for quarterly
dividend would be for $19.7,0. G per cent on
?176.?M. O'N.
Answer -You do not say what oil
company you bought stock in, but from
your le*t?'r it appears that you bought
shares of the par value of $1, paying
$1.75 for them. Stocks pay dividends
per cent on par value, not on selling
price. Your certificates will show what
the par value of the shares is.
I'. S. Cast iron Pipe Preferred
Question?If my memory serves me
right vou were at one time inclined to
favor United States Cast Iron Pipe pre?
ferred tock as a fair Invest men!. 1 note
thai the price is now comparatively low
and oui Interested In knowing ;:' dividend
pro pects are as good as ever. The stock
appears t.. have speculative as well as
investment features- -H. H.
Answer The United States Cast
Iron Pipe & Foundry Co. has ft funded
debt, of $752,000 American Pipe &
Foundry first Gs, 1928, $12,000,000 non
cumulative 7 per cent preferred stock
and $12,000,000 common stock, par
$100. The company operated at a deficit
of $50o\70.,:! in 1919, which, together
with the payment of $000.000 preferred
dividends, cut the surplus to $347,474.
That explains the low price of the pre?
ferred stock, which has been paying ?
per cent since 1916, Conditions in the
industry are said by the company to be
better now, but it hardly can be said
that dividend prospects are as good as
ever. ?We would not rate the stock as
an investment.
His Oil Stock Was 10, Now It's 2
Question??Some timo ago I purchased
100 shares of lloone Oil at 10. Since then
It has dr ipped to -. What do you think
of this stock? I>o you think It ad
for me to sell it around present levels,
or hold it fur tho long pull? ?1'. H.
Answer There is nothing unusual
or surprising about the fall of an oil
stock quotation from 10 to 2. That
is the way oil stocks act, and holders
of these shares should be prepared for
fluctuations. We cannot attempt to
advise vou whether to sell or hold. The
matter is altogether too uncertain, and
we do not know whether you can afford
to speculate.
Equipments Are Good Investments
Question Some days ago I saw an offer
by the Southern Pacific Rallr.1 of their
equipment bonda paying 8 per qent on
the investment. Please advlue me which
vou consider the better Investment, the
one mentioned above or stock ol Liggett s
International Ltd . lnc , who h also s I? Ids
8 per cent??P. P. H.
Answer?We think you have been
misinformed regarding the Southern
Pacific equipment bonds. They do not
yield s per cent, but slightly less than
7 per cent. They are a splendid invest?
ment, in our opinion. We prefer them to
the Liggett? International preferred
stock, which yields S per cent. This com?
pany, operating in Great Britain, ap?
pears to have a promising future. We
regard the stock as a very fair in?
vestment.
Copenhagen and Swedish Bonds
Question?Please give nie your opinion
of Swedish government 6s, du- 1939, and
City of Copenhagen 5'is, du? 1944. ?
T. M. H.
Answer?We regard both the Copen?
hagen 5\_s and the Swedish 6s as a
good business man's investment, espe?
cially at the comparatively low present
prices._
Four full columns of in?
vestment questions and an^
steers arCftpublished in Thm
Tribune every Sunday.
Miscellaneous Markets
Public Utility Securities
. Stocks
nid/
American Light * Traction... .110
do i f .B0
A'Ilri.r,.I.,,); ['?w,-,- n.nd Bleclrlc 13
?!'i pf . 70
American ?las ,?;? Electr'tc . 92
do pf . 3:i
American Power ,?- Light. 4Br
'lo pf . C5
American Public Utllltiea.
; "" Pf. - -
Afher Waterworks Electric... 1
?h? participating vi . 5
fio 1st pf . ?.*
Carolina Power & I.lrht...... . 25
Cities Service .283
do pf . 65
AsKftd.
115
35
r.o
?9
10
2 t
3
8
42
30
2P8
liai ki ?
t f.? .
Tl, 1966.13
C, 1906. !
?.( '
7s, Serfei
?.!" 7s, Serfei
Color?. Potfi
do vr . . 80
Commonweall h Pr Ry ?* 1. II
do ;.f . 36
Denver ?Ihm & Electric gen 6s, 7t
l-'i"' trie tlond & Share pf. 79
BinrHre District Electric pt. 55
irederal Light & Traction. 6
"" pf . 40
Cas 4 Electric Securities. 250
'I" Pf. 67
Northern r>hlu Electric. ?
.f
Northern Ont Light * Power..
'l" Pf .
1Q
45
350
PflW?
pf
Pni if;.' Cas & Electric pf.
Republic l(y & Light Co. s
do l'i . 23
Southern California Edison .... 79
; ?i" ut. B2
Standard I las & Electi ic . 12
!.. pf. 35
Tenni
Light & P
Chlted Light ? Rvs.
lio 1st pf.
V? ? sti in Power .
?lb pf .
Ronda
\ ; :? ?1 " hlan Power lsl 5s.. .
' Incinmitl I ins ? Elee 5s. 191!
Col Cas & El? c :' n, 1927. . . .
Dalla ' Ele, f.:.. 1022.
il" Vs. 1921.
El l'a <o El? . col 5s
Groat VN'est Power lsl 5s..
Midwest Utilities 1st 5s..
.MIsj Itiver I'uwei lsl 5s, ,
North Ont Lt ? Power 6s
Nix Stales Power ??, 19211
SI
100
S3
90
74
6 2 ' a
Trust ana Surety Companies
8b 1.
61
l?el\'
U.'ii'l .t- M.. -210
Bklyn T Co.490
i e?; I ' nlon . ;,,."i
Columbia .. ;J05
Uommerc't .155
K'luliiible .. 2:if<
Bmtilre Tr. .300
Finns L ? T385
Fulton .270
Fidi litj . , .'-00
'., u;i rant y . . 3 i.'.
nit?
Hunson T. . 155
Kings Co. . . ?i JO
Law Mtge, .110
f.See New l'oi
ilnvlud
S t O C li ?.
\ll
wjera T, .136 113
? Lincoln Tr..l4? ?
72 WEfiufncI ii 199 205
3. Bj ii er? am i:? ..too ?>26
220| Monopol ..260 273
510 Mtge Bond. . HO DO
.';". .''in T of \V. 105 126
315 Nat Surety . US 195
? N V L ;&T.5:5 626
30? New York T696 '610
? ::\ f Title. 110 120
3v3 Peoples ... .276 2?U
Renltj Asao.tOO 110
21 OIT O & T.110 320
355 Un si atea , . 810 S 30
2ti:'- U rf M * T. 405
? U H T lina: >0 85
660 \V6Mtch?sler.l3?
1 15 W .t UT&Mltii 175
Title in.'. Mortgage,
ciicah Trust Compatir
New York Bank Stocks
America
. 2n;
At lai* ta _316
A ni Exe il . . 26'J
Malt? ry .... 1 95
llov. er\ _4 20
B! vr.rt. P. . . ? .".0
",'?iv Cent. 150
Bronx Nat.. 130
ttutuh A D. 36
' '<?:, Mer. an. ! 05
Chase .395
Chat & Ph. 2 70
Chelf.ca K*. 1 15
. Chenil? al . .550
City.270
CCal ,t- .........
Colonial ... "
Commerce .. 21S
Columbia ..li?
Corn Exch.330
Cosmop'tan .112
Com', ?al H. 426
Com'w'lth .229
Cuba .1 J0
Easl Liver. M 3
; Fifth Nat ..160
Fifth Av?. .900
First Nat . . .895
For? Ign '!' B 55
: G i
1 60
160
Coi nam . . .195
:..v- >nwlch .225
Itat riman .,340
ti ano ver .. . t'.j
In lusl : ...: .2C5
Im ,"?. Trad 20
?Irving N'a : 20S
Libert v ... 396
Manhat Co 21 5
Mech & M. 1320
Mclrop'laii .350
.Mutual .... 490
Nat A i ? i.
4?G
221
330
IN V
17C
825
.16'?
Neth. .133
',r,mt v. I ! ">
N B A 410
Pari?.170
L'aeiflc . . . 270
Public . . .. .325
S aboard . .650
-?? ? ind .-1-5
State .103
.'.,,1 Ward...200
Untd States.160
Union Ex...175
Wchester A. .20 0
YorkviHe . . 275
Insurance Companies
Am Alli'nce.270 290 Great Am. .255 26
City of NY.200 210 Hanover . . . ?i5
Com'w'lth .300 325 Home.300 51
i Contlntl .... 07 70 Nat Llberty.170 li
Fid ,v Phoe 520 535 NI ?gara ... 120 13
Franklin ... 70 so Stuyvcsant.. a->
Giube & R.l 100 ? 1
Tobacco Stocks
G VV Hinel?S 166 , l:.l K newA 70 on
do pf . . 90 95 do pi B 37 10
J E Yum?!.:" II" ti i pi . 1)1 100
do pf. . . S5 95 Wevm B...?62 170
?Hai A?F. 98 102 do pf... 90 95
P R-A T. . 107 113 I niv uat.lU
?I\ dividend 50%.
Miscellaneous Stock?
Bid. Ask.i Bid. Asi
Am Chicle ISVi 4'1 '" L & W.155 162
do pf... 62 65 ' draper ?' 13 0 132
?AmLenth 27 50 Int 811 pt. 88 S2
?do pf. .77 89 Lima L pf II '?, 95
NatCsslU.lOO 110
IN .1 Z w. .183 ISO
IN Co 1 pf. ?(*% 100
.!?'?, Phelps P.170 200
13 : & W pi 95 ?
15 R Raalt in 20 23
Am Mfg..l45 150
do pf .. S3 59
Am M & FJ50 160
Am 'I'd pf 3%
Am Typ F 3S
A I ' T \.I - ,
Atlaa PC. 5 2
B li &S Ip ?0
... 2d p? 65
Pur C M .'.-.
Bush T pf 6 7
Celluloid.. 150
Cliilda Co. 56
d . pf .. 92
City tnv? s 57
C:k VV pf. 99
1?0
pf... 6 2
Ry Bkg P120
.... pi'... H 4
Singer Mfgl25
S L IM&b 43
St011 S pr. 2 5
S U W pf. S3
'.?ai vol pf. 3 5
'.', f. B. . . 3 2
Vale ,fc T. 275
Sugar Stocks
Card Am. 19
do pf . . 7"
Car Sag.. 50
C Aguirre I 05
Fjrdo newlOO
Godch'x S 45
Crt tt'?st.380
?lo pi . . 11 i
I Mat-Am.. 2 0
? '?!.. pf.. 75
[Michigan. 11
(National. .155
NI N'iueo300
Savannah. 56
dO pi . . rS
liO
S7
130
47
98
93
93
33
285
102
12
159
350
Steel and Ordnance Stocka
1 0 5
16 2
Am Brass 190
Atlas Pw.155
do pf... 77
Bab & W. 105
^?\ F ? F. 130
Carl) Stdel ??
do 1st pf 2 5
do 2?'. pf 62
Colt A_ 45
Lui P PW..255
clo pf. . . 7 if
?Ex dividen
IOS
170
76
100
63
East Steel 70
Km S ? I 30
?do pf . 75
?Here P. .205
?do pf. . ?2
Nlle? B-P. 90
Si ov Mfg.370
Thorn Iron 3 9
W'n Cor. . 100
Y, oodivs.nl 60
Am C'-an.
Chemical Stocks
ik Ml?
o pf
30
L
Cassin Cc
Low Ch..
DuP Co
Grasellt .
do pt. .
96
60
. . SO
?y 80
15 M ." Co pf. S 6
-6 Merrimac 75
8%|Mulfd Co. 15
?3 iBemet G..170
7 U.'v Pne..225
80
210
?5
4 5 0
63
100
8 2
Standard Oil Stocks
it
Bid.
lean Oil Ltd. 211
Inlng i!".1150
100
120
88
Bornc-.Svrj mser Co.
Bucki-3 ' Pipe Line.
Chesebrough Mt's- Co cons...
" ? Pf .
' : ' .: : I I OH Co.
Cr? icenl Pipe Line Co.
' ': lietla i. I Pipe Line Co . . .
Eureka Pipe Lini Co.
?i... Icna -Signal ? 'il pt new . . .
?do pf old.
do com .
Illinois Pipe Lln Co .
Iinliana Pipe Line Co.
International Petroleum Ltd.
?National Transit Co.
New V ;. Transit Co .
Nort hern Pipo Lino Cu.
i >!:;?? ' 'ii Co.
P. nn Mex Fu? 1 ? '...
!'-.::' Oil iS tlas Co.
Prairie Pipe Line Co.
Solar Refining Co. .'. ..:....
Soul h?i n i 'ipe Line Co.
South Penn ' 'il Co.
Soul hwest I '? nna i 'i pe Linea
SI and ird OH of i '.. Ilf irnia. .
SUi nda rd l 'il of I ndiana. '7"
?Standard ? ill of Kansas.
? .. . I Oil of Kehtui ky ...
Standard ? 'II i f Nebraska. . . . 420
SI .? lard OH of New Jersey. . . 66;
do pf . 104%
.: .! i lil ...f New Vork.?
?Standard ? ill of ? >hto . 430
do pf . 104
.-*?* i n ,v Fl rich Co ... .?., 70
Union Tank Car C. ?22
4 6 ')
2 ,')
125
3 2
4 3
? :
122
27.;
h 1
3 12
3.1"
t'i
390
128
27l
370
4 4 0
6 75
1 15 Vj
450
108
80
l-1'
100
106
II i
350
1 3'
150
Va Hum Oil i '". 353
Washington Oil Cu.
Miscellaneous Oil Companies
Atlant:.: Lobos OB CO. 2?)
do pf . ??
Cos?! n & Co. 1\
Elk i lasln ' 'ona Pet C?. 8%
Impi rial Oil Ltd. 100
Magn Ha Pel roleum Co.,
Merrltt OH Corporation. 14%
M ? .?t :: 'fining >'.. n,
Mountain Produc?is. 12%
Nort h-A est ' 'il Co. 25
Producera & Ret Corpn com... 6 'i
Salt Creek Pr tlu...-r<i m-w. 1^;,
Sapulpa Refining Co. 5"? u ?
New York City Bond?
Form, Rat? and Maturity. Bid. Ask. Yield
Interchangeable lli?. 1267. 88 90 6.0t
do 4%s, 101.5. 88 90
do 4 ,?.-'. 1963.is 90
do 4%s. 1967. Si 90
da I -, - 1 306. 82 83%
,; . i%s, 1 96 I . S2 81
do 4 ^s, l'K 2. 8 2 8 4
do 4Hs, loco. 82 8?
4;*s, 1960. op. 1930. . 83
6 '-,
13 %
'? ??
6.0 S
5.10
84
do 4s, 195?. 79% 81
5.1 ?
519
6.20
6.14
6.13
Form, Jlate nnd Maturity. Hid. Ask. TI?\M.
N7%
7.1
7.1
71
5.10
5.26
1.1
6 I '.
5.1 1 |
6 17'
6 20
r..20
6.20
do 4s. nr,1. 7? 'i ?1
do 4s, 137,7. 10U, 81
Uegl.steied ,t.s, 1965-1968... 70% ?I
do la, 1 ??H?!. KG
interchangeable 3%s, 1954. 71
Coupon a Vis. 1954. 71
R? g 3 ':.?<. 1950-1954 ln': . . 7I
do 3V.8, 1940-1960 Ine, . . 5.50
Registered <?:? eouponi.-erial)
4 Vis. 1920'19n0 Ine. ?1.00
do 4 'is, 1920-1931 Inc. . . ?7.00
do 4>,-i8. 1920-19712 Inc.. ?TOO 5.25 -
New York State Bonds
Issued in coupon and registered form; not
Interchangeable. ?'otiiion bonds rcgis'.-r
Bbl?.
Form, ft? te ?ml Maturity. Did. Ask. Yield
?Canal Imp 4%s. 106? ... 98 1?'.! 4.40
I Highway Imp l?/js. in?".::., 'it 10': 4.10
Canal Imp 4'is. 1965.... 94 97 4.4 0
i Highway Imp 4Mb, 1965.. 94 07 4.10
Purge (,'aniii Ter 4'jS, 194S 94 97 ? to
Highway Imp 4s. 1987.... (19. 93 4.4 0
Ctthal Imp 4s. 1907. 89 92 4.40
High y Imp 4p, 1960-'62 Inc 89 92 4.40
do 4?, I fins. SO 92 4.4 0
Canal Imp 4s. t060-'62 Inc. KO 0.' 4.10
Palisades I H Park Is. 1961 89 92 4.40
Large Can Ter 4s, !942-'46 89 94 4.10
Federa? and Joint Stock Land Bank
Bonds
Federal Finn Loan 5s.
1-938 op 1923. 01', 95 % 6.4 0
Federal Farm Loan i Vis,
1939 op 1924. 861. 87 ^
Fed? i?:, I Farm Loan t '..a,
1938 op 1923. 86 87%
F,e'leral Farm Loan 4%s,
1037 op 1022. 8G 87' .
Joint .-took Land Bank 5s
1939 op 1924 . S3 S5 V_
Join' SLock Land [lank 5s
193S op 1923..' 83 85%
Snort Term Securities
7 57
5.65
f..-7 2
Security.
Am Cotton Oil 6?,
Did. Ask Yield.
AI
Uli
do 6s, 192,1-25. . .
,i - ...... iorn.37...
Am T? 1 & Tel Os, 1!
do 6s, 1924.
Am Thread Gs, 192;
An Tobacco 7s, 1
1921 .
0 0 i/,
98!?
)3% 94 V?
lio
19
100
'?' 9 %
?9 b
7.7,0
6.80
7. DO
do 7s. 1(123. 99
A u -Yola Cop Co Gs. 1929 ! ?.,
A nglo-A ') Ltd, 7 %s, 1926. 9? %
Armour cv 'Is. 1920-1924. 9.!
do cv 7s, 1930 . 0 ".T^
Delhi? hem Steel ,'s, la_2 08 ;.,
Can Pacific Ry 6s. 1924. . 93 ',
' ntral Ait; Ry (is 1927 . . 62 ' ,
c li & Q joinl la, l :? _ 1 . . . 94 %
Chi I neu Tool 6s, 1921 .. . !>?
? I ? Gs, 10 22 . 90
do US, 19271 .?7
i C, C, C & SI I. Ry 6s, 1020 84 %
r-.\ Sug 1st Hen fis. 1921. 99%
Cudahy Packing 7s, 1923. 97 Vi
Federal Su? Ref 6s, 1924.. 92V?
: Great North Ry 5s, 102.'. , 99%
P F Goodrlch cv 7s, 1925. 92%
Gulf Oil is, 1921. 56%
B U
loo
1 JO
99%
04
100
Bs, I!
do Os, 1923 . 93%
Hocking Valley Us, 1924. . 8 s
Ir.ti 1 bo?uugh 1 on 7s. 1921 63
K '? Term Ky 'is. 1923. . .. 94%
ICen 1 - pper ? '.. r p (S, 1 930 91 %
Lac G 1. Isi & i-ef 7 , '2!i - i
!, etl & Myers 6s, 1021 97%
N Y ('? ni 1 al 6s, 1320. 99 V
l'hil ? l< Iphia Gs, 1 :'_;... . 91 %
: Pennsylvania 4 %s, 1021. , '.??''?.
!?(?,;? ??:? (?at iblo 7s, 1921 99 Sj
do 7s. ?022. 99 1
do is, 1923 . 9:9 ?
f'Ub S. rv N ?! con 7s. '22 7-i
It .1 III vi: .Ms 'fob .7?. 22 Do '?;
Sinclair 1 ?Il Corp f %s, '25 69%
H lui hern Ry 6s, 1922 , . . . 93
St. Paul U l) guar 6 -.s, 'I- ?i2 V4
KWltt A- Co bs, 1921. . . . 97%
T? x.,s Co 7s. 102:1. ?)8%
' U S Itubb? : 7 %s, ! 9 10 . 07 -,
1 tah Secui iti? a ".s. 1922 82
West ? rn b Co con 7s, _.. 98 %
.- 1
6 Y|
\f ..-,
6.15
7 7 7,
5.1)0
u:i - ,i
0H 7 ' I)
07 7.65
;. 10
91 9 OIJ
96
1) 2 S. 2 ')
i ?>
97% - ',7,
100 : '
92% 11.60
07', 7 ? 0
100% 7.i'(i
0 3
? - ' ?
98 !.
10 ?".
S. 10
- I
Markets in Other Cities
10 Fest .
100 Celcst
75 Con Pow. ..
3 Mt. Vernon
25 M,i ryland '
.' 0 Penn VVat 1
6 Wash B & .
Baltimore
Open. !
rrd pf.
. 130
73
81 M
I. ist
1 10
30 '
7 ;
8 IM
16
5 1 10? Chi Ry G
loOO United lt
'i
b_Vi 6'-%
Boston
Mining
50 ArcacHan Com 2 % 2 %
??. i 1 Aria Coml.... 10 10
I11Q Big Heart ..... 0 9%
f.ij Bingham . . - '? If %
100 Butte Bftllak , 5 ? G
26'J ' y.; & Ariz. ... 54% ? ". ' *
5 Cal Ci Heda 295
1 620 ' irson . 2 1 :t 2 t <.?
195 F ip Range , . 34% 34%
1 I 10 ?a\ :s 1 laly .... 7% 7%
! ? ? Easl Butte. ... !" ?4 10%
100 Helv? tia . 2
.'. Isl?n i Cr pf. .. 7> 78
370 Maytlower O C 5%
3 5 M o h a w k . 59
10 Novada ... 10% 10%
360 New Forn.-lia.. 17 17
20 New River. ... 27 27
250 Nil is5ing. 9% :?'? L
194Q North Hutte. . 16% 17%
10 Old Dominion. 2 7 2 2
6 ' ?sceola . 37% 27 %
20 Q'uincy . 4 t 44 %
1990 Seneca . 11% 1 ?"' %
300 Sup ,0 ?io- .... 3% ;?; ',
18 !' S Smell pf.. 13 '/j 14
Railroads
16 Boa A.- A lb:, i.v. 124 1 2 7j
2' B .stun Kiev .. ?;| ? :
60 N V. N H * 11. 2 I 34 &
77. Rutlan 1 pf. . . . 25 27.
4 2 W( Bt hlnd ... 42 42
Miscel ?iineous
G American Agri. 78 -7S
10 %
17
22
44
14%
2 7
lg
?"> 3 Y*
2 oh
*S%
58
ill
14 8%
88
1 ';. Am Ptieu pf... 6 S b
? : Am sugar.1149g 111'- 111
366 Am Tel. 96% 96% 90 ?,. 96 1
1" Am Wool pf.. . 93 0,1 93 93
160 Ail.is Tack... .24% 24% 24 24
2"" ? Y-ntury . 2% 2% 2% 2 '-,
1 1" Fas' Boston.. . 4 % 4 Vi IV? 4 t
77 Eastern Mfg... 31 31 30% 30%
10 Lldlson .148% 14S>, 148% 148%
160 Gray . 20
15 Greenfield .... 38 V
I? Int Cotton pf.. 8S
14 7* Int Products.. 19V
110 do pf . 4 5
50 Island Oil. 6 u t> 6
2; j T Conner_ 13 13 13 13
628 Llbby . 12% 13% 12% 13%
20 Loews . l'-% l'(% 10% 10%
210 Mass Gas. 79 79 Vi 70 79
106 do pf . ??0 CO 59% 59%
5 McBlw 1st pf.. 94 94 0 t 01
27, Mex Invest. ... 33 33 7.2 3 :
2"" Nat ? Ml. 7 4 7 % 7 ?
136 Nat Leath? r. . . 10% 10% l? ; 7 ',
51 New Eng Tel. . 69 89% 88% SS V_
196 Orpheum . 25% 26 25% 2.,
Pullman .111 Vi 111 % HI % Hi 1
73 Shnwmut . -i'--i -- 21 Vi 22
75 Southern Phos, 22% 22% 22% 22%
5(7 Swift .107% 107% 101 : 7
: do Intl.
27., ['niti .1 Shoe
4 L'nlti d Twist
35 U S Steel. . ..
360 Ventura .
65 Waldorf . 19
27, Worrell . 7,0
Bonds
$1000 A ?i W 6s. . ? 3
.000.. iv? & Hud 2s . 80
lOOOOMass Gas 4%s
30 10 Miss Itiv P 5s
1000 N Ding Ti 1 5a.. 7
Boston Cnrb
30 % I
40% 4'J
8 9 'a 8B % 39
; 7 17 : ?
19 1 .1 19
77
' 3 % 7 .1 %
B:d
An y Extn . 2
Ariz Silver. 15
Blk Hawk 2j
Bi - & Mort. 35
l'a laveras .. 1
Chief Con... 2'
Cronvn R?v..lO
Crvstal new . 36
! lenbigh ... ?4 16
Eagl ? I! I! 2 1-16 "-\
I tuna ....-- 7j
Gadsden ... .65 7"
Ho ma ":i
Hi ti Bloss
Iron Cap
1. r Verde,
La Rose
Bid. Ask.
.10 15
40
i Vi
20
3 S
8%
to
. Ma leatio .
Mex Metals.30
Mid Moss..
MoJ Tung... :->
M .n uch ...?
Nat L .<? '/,. m
New Baltic. :
.-?-? w D?ug . 7 1
N'ixon ... a
Ranger P'et ! 4
Rainier. 1 '?g
-;- :, M. tals 10 : ;
S \V Ml i p. 4 4
? y r ! : ef 4 4
..... 1 .... 7 s
F Verde K.x.2j% 3 1
1'uk-r.. IV*
1 2
1 '..
Chicago
Sha es Op? n. H:;h, Low. Last.
-, a rmour Leath 1 ?; 10 15% 16
125 Armour pf.... 91% 01 7. 91% il%
BHscoe . 27 % 27% 26 20
:. 1 Case Plow. ,.. 10 10 10 10
IS Ch) El Rys pf 1 Vi 4 S 1% 4 Vi
2.7 Cudahy . 80 BO - - ? ;
45 t'oraw Edison.101% 101% 101% 101%
.. 1 Contl Motors. . 9 8 8 ??? i %
1 dam Match. .106 106 IOC 106
100 Hol-St I. Su. 15% 15 '., 15% 15%
300 Hupp . 14% 1 I i 14 % i 4 y,
, 27.10 Lib McN it L. 12% 1J% 1E% 1 ;
650 M .ic Ward .. . 31 31 % ., ? t 31%
4S0 Nati Leather. .10% 10% 10% 19%
100 Plggly Wlg'gly. . ! 13 ' :
16?Qu?ker Oats..249% 239% 139% 239%
7 ? do pf . S8 -??( 88 bi
500 Keo Motors .22 22 21 % 21 %
'.77 Sears Roi b U.M1 141 1.1 14:
2700 Stew Warner.. 21% 34 32%
2000 Swift intl. . . 10 0-v, SO '?, \
17./ Hwl't * Co. . .107% 1 >7 s 107% 107%
.6 1 ..- i..\ son . -'. 27 _7 27
2400 Union Carbide. 63% 63% 63% ? :i
100 Un Paperbo'rd 30% ao% 80% 10%
53 United Iron. . . 20 21 20 2:
Bonds
1(6000 Chi CRy'lat 's 62 ft2 63 62
_ II 0 Com Ed 1st 5s 77 77 77 7i
2000 Met ED Lit 4s. 46 46 46 46
b
Detroit
500 Continental M 8% ?', %% 8%
s220 Pet Edison... 96% 96% 95% ???
14 Kord .345 S45 34 4 34 4
SOO Lincoln . 41% 42 41% 41%
5? Mich Sugar.,, li 1114 11 1114
-?':-T-??? - 773=-?-:-~---r-^^-?rf~-rrjj
Executor '* Trustee !
Chartered 1822 j
! The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue
At Forty-first Street
New York
I
London Paris j
Foreign Exchange
Administrator Guardian
Member F?d?rai Reserve System aad New York Clearing House
JL- __ _?? , -?__ _. _-\j,
S;iI"S. Open. High. Bow. ?..n-t.
100 Noble . . . .'. ? t6 ; ? ; 1.10 1.16
230 Packard . 16% 16% iS% 16
50 do j.fd .... 80% 80% 80% ?iA"?
40 Page . 21 % 24% 24Vi ?I '/?
900 It'". Motor. 21 % 22 21% 21 %
125 Tlraken . 31 31 30 30
Philadelphia
3.1 Am Cas . 33 33 33 33
1 IR Am Stores . . -I1 ?4 4 4 ?4
192 Elec Storage .112% 123 122 12: '4
5 Gen Asphalt ?> 90 9d DO 90
5 Bohlgh Nay. . 5S% 68% 58 V4 5R>4
1 5 Phil ' !" 6s pf 31% 31 ?i II *i : ?
151 PH11 Blec . 2:", 22 U 2?'. 2':';
2tor. Phil Rapid Tr 11% 14% 14 % : ' \
loo phll Traction . 50 50 : > ' 0
2Pn Ton ipah Beim 2 2 2
I 0 i Tonop Mining. 1 % I %
595 I'n Traction. 25 2.'. -?'??? '- ''i
?212 I'n Gas Impr. tl 4! 40 4.0
34 STork It;, s pfd 30 ' 30
Bondi
52000 Phil El lsl 5s' 8 Ol? B0% 9 ''
Pittsburgh
50 Km VII Prods. 10 10 j 10%
2 . .' m ": Gi Ma 108 108 ! - 10'
010 Arhans is (Ins.. US 11% 1 '? ?- 11 'i
2t . Flab K!ec Ca... 15 H 1 5 H 15 '? ??
2i '"i Kay Cn Das.. I % l '?* 1*4 1 ?
3 ? f,one Star Gas. 27 27 27 27
3320 Ma Hand Rcf... 4 >.-, 4% 4 V4 4 U
100 Mfrs I.t X- II . 553i 5? 50 '*
400 Nat l'ir. pig pf ?- l? ' - ' -
123 ( ?hi . Pui 1 Oil.. 24 24 24 24
31 i ihio Fuel Sup 194 " : 424 49'??
1 ii r, ; ? :. ; s P t e w . IHS 11 H H ' '
100 Pitts Coal ''2 '.4j '"2'? -2', 62 %
50 ;? s s; ? ; . 90^4 9 i ;< 90 '?, 9 'i
2n W?Ktlngh A B 105 ! >'? 105 l"r'
1 10 H'estlngh Eh c 17 '?? l?'i iT'i l*tt
Montreal
n?,i. .?- . nui \?k
V P & P 77-, 77', !" '? Ry .103 105
lo pf :.. 8! ' n Ism ? ?' -
\? sxi ; pf ?" n. f?te. i ( - ??: -2
', ? Bug R.139U 140 : ? ;????::? :.: 14 0
rfrTLiVP 3 S \ " ' : - ''?'?'? : - ' ' :
Brn ;. Pap ?"- \ <\<\ MI.JI 6PCn 81 -1 :?
. ? ... ,-. ? U,-, v 61 c I ;;
do pf ' ' 90 Rr.in Pap. ? 200
i'n On k; : H -; ?'? an. ! ???
r.'ii S' . ' - Ppn Rvr. .114 li 115
?'n M & .-' 25 's 35 \ ??' ' ' " ,;;- '-'' * ?''
Toronto
ptld A =K B'd e<!i; I
\ lanac 1 Mclnl yre.. . 1 % 2
A pe-; .- 3 M :: ; l'i'P '-'.'1 1 2
Atlas . 5 15 .".'? vvra;.2 6
Bailey .... 2 6 Pli -?: I,ake. 7 12
Rvr ?? :on . . ?' Jt F..".- Crown '? U
. ?--? b l'r'.i 10 r'orc Tedl... ? 3
Coniagas ... l'A 2\i|l'orc Iioprl.-? S
t; iwn llsv . V4 !*. Prs E 1 'ome? 3
Dome Luke. 2 6 TV? Flughes. 5 10
loi I Reef.. ? 3 T " ?k img . ?r ?*
Grt Nrthn. .? 3 Thi ip Krst .? 3
Riirgraves. - - 3 Vacuum ' las Si 't
[loi ne r. .. 4 ?: , West Dome 2 C
Lake Siuire.. 54 1 '4 ?
Coll?n Advances
Despite Selling
On Slight Rally
Reports of Greater Deteri?
oration of Crop Cause
Bearish Sentiment; Un?
easiness Is Felt Abroad
_____ ?
Tiie private crop reports issued in
the cotton market yesterday evidently
pointed to a great :r falling off in con?
dition for the month than recent sel?
lers had anticipated. This seemed to!
be the case in Liverpool as well as in'
the local market, for the cabios were '
higher, while the early adyanCfi here '
carried December contracts up to
2 ?.78.
This price represented a train of 78
points as compared with the clo ii -
quotations of Thursday and of 2',,i
points from the low level of last Tues?
day. Realizing by r?cent buyers for a
reaction or reselling then became more '
active and there was a setback of 40
i r 50 point-; with December selling off
to 2b\25, but nervousness over tiie crop
outlook remained in evidence and there
were late rallies with December clos?
ing at 28.58 and with the general mar- ;
ltet closing firm at advances of 35 to ,
12 points for the day.
The market, opened firm at an ad?
vance, of 35 to 54 points on the less
favorable crop accounts. Three of the
end-August condition figures were pub
lished ranging from 68.2 to 69 and in?
dicating just about the ten-year aver?
age falling off for the month. Buying
on these reports was stimulated by
the weather map showing heavy rains
in the Southwest and showers else?
where, with active months selling 77
to 84 points net higher during the
middle of the morning. The disposi?
tion to take profits at the advance
Beemed natural enough at this level
and some reselling ivas probably en?
couraged by another of the private
crip reports making the condition 72..? .
or considerably bettor than indicated
by the early cables. Rumors that
British eoa! miners had vot id to strike
also had an unsettling influence, but
they lacked confirmation, and .-till an?
other private report appeared during
the . ternoon making the condition 68.
These figures combined with the wet
weather evidently caused nervousness
over the crop outlook which was re?
flected in the closing bulges. Perhaps
the reports that planters were plan?
ning to withhold cotton from market
and reduce acreage were also a fac?
tor, as th'>re were scattering reports
of a firmer basis in the Southwest.
Southern spot markets as officially;
report".! were unchanged to 50 point.-:
higher, most of them being unchanged
with very lit: lo busine - ?.
Tlip New York spot market was quiet
and unchanged at 33.50 for middling.
No sales were reported.
'; ho :.. nge of pi ices f .Hoirs:
Thura lay's
i I. ?h. 7...VV Close. close,
fiepl 26.02 21?.02 2S.i'7 28.86ip -
' ' ' ? US.25 2S.E _ ? i :i ,2-1 !" 73
' ?7.?0
Dec. . . . 26.40 26 78 2.: 25 26 >8<g 26.6 I 28.00
? ' ' '? 25.05 2li. 12 25.65 a 0 ? ?? I 25.2J
!'?? t> - 25.35<g 25.75
March . 2: t:> 25.78 25.35 2 . :: I 25. I
.1 34.90
Mai 25.25 25.48 21 I 25.25<&25 I 24
?5.15<g ji 7 ,
J Uly.. . 24.bS24.S8 24.88 2! . 34.65
Sont hem spot Markets ? Gal? ton
un . ..:.-? a, 31 ?alea. 1.010 1
s st a l> um hange :
sah ?.44 bales " .,:.,,. un_
changed, 1.75 : i . Charleston nom?
inal, uncha ...? i :. , ;- ?les; N irf
- - i 12.: no s lie?; ! a
50 points :...:: er, 32.5 . ...
.lulet, unchanged, (2 . galea, 510
hales; Memphis nominal, unchanged
I " -?>;? v. 2? bal s; Houston
' - ' ' ..-.:!?; bales
Little Rock iul? t, unohanged, Ho no
?jles; Dull la -?? , Ij. 10 pointa higher
30.40c sales, I t>a Montgomery', nom?
inal, uncha ? g ? ?. ga lea
Col ton Btutlstien
?. iter- Last ;. it
?Jay ?veek. year
i' "? ' its 8.746 5,506
Exports . 9,510 8,8,11
s? as. n : ??.5 ? 102,083 4.,-, u?
'; '? Vtk st< k* 2 ' :??: 36,128 X6 22.?
: ' ' took? T ' . ? 7 11,761 s ii! S69
Interior r? Ipts 10,500 l 0O0 5,000
i nterlor Bhipm ts , 11,1106 S, ? i
N. V :? rivals ,. 1.001 : 5?S 1 492
tlve-rpaol Cables?Spot cotton f..ir r? u-?? -
r.ff.s doing at 52 points advance; nild
Hing 2 4.il Sales, 8,000 baJts, Inclrtd
,.,.- 5,000 American. Imports. 1,000 bavles
none American. Futures opened very'
! iXeaaly ,?[.d aloaed very steady, at a n-.-t
I advance of 46 to 96 point?. October
Closed 20.47d; Dec, 19.80d; Jan., IS 52.1
Mar., 19.03d, May, 18.53d. Manchester
yarns iti more demand; cloths In moaer
;.;.? demand.
<o?lon?<f?(T Oil
The cottonseed oil trade expects large
lellverles on Beptetnher "Tira -s 11-day,
but the mai ket y? terdaj show i :;.-.,i
erable firmn s and sed at S
? net, ad' anc 1' ph? that
the l.-?cp?-e>tlv t%tf(? ?'?? li-'??'-.? * b? I b'en
dl scount ad and shorts - " - '
owing to the strength in the :T.ton
market ?uu U> bullish crop
th? fi ?:,'. ss .-? ird Total s I
rrels
Tlie Yin,*? ,.f prices toll erra:
Thursday"?
Open, tligh. Low.
? >cl .
Nov
n? -
? 12.7612.6512
1 1.
' 117 5
J 11.85
? ' ?.-? 1? 77
13.05- 13.10 13 f 13.20 H 9*
' " ' eo is.?
:?. Y - M3.-0 13.10
Mar. 13.35 )...- I 13.33
Rmc Snsor Situation
Unekangcd; Vo Salea
, ? ,. r. ni Vear ?go.
Sugar, gran !h ; " 9
Coffee. Rio No. .7 . ?4
. n ?? San. No. 224 . ?'? -
The local market for raw sugar con?
tinued unchanged, no salea reported,
sugars offering but no demand and
prie?s purely nominal in the absence
of transactions.
[n commenting upon the recent re?
port-ti sale of 35,000 tons of Cubaa to
the Far East a local merchant ex?
plained th?t this business wo Id indi?
cate that in the recent b\tr advance in
prices here. For Eastern twncra over
sold themselves in this market and
that, therefore, they are Qnding il
necessary to boy in Cubai rars to
meet requirements, r:'tJ!" t0 in,? 'lar"
vi sting of the new Java cron next
May.
The demand for refined sugar shows
no ch-inrce :>r the better and until an
improvement is noted it is not likely
that refiners will purchase raws with
a chance' of not bpinjr able to dispose
of their product. L?>; prices remain
ur.chnntTred at 17.O0c to 17.10c, less 2 .
(Coffee Futuro ?rlce movement! In th?
? - ere n re or less
Irregular On fb? call s ptember was 7
ts lower on pressure of continued
|p ui lation, with other months '? to 10
points higher Prices ' en ra lied on re
p irts that notices, : i the cxtenl
t., T?.n'OO o'?p. w.-re b'i-iir pi ? .-;en
cm- of by several strong ir,-, i ?-:.--. this ad
van ? carrying -.-......- .?? . ? : ? : . points net.
higher
Private advices reporting a : .wer S.ntos
market and later u firmed b> ? ? - elpl
of a special cable sho\r4ne i decl ne In
futures of 50 to 200 !"is. brought oui s me
rath - :?:? ?? tf in and Wall Si
..:. ? was h? ';??,! there
had lo ? ri ir/t?fies if about 26 to 15 ntt
Just before the close shorl covering
brought about o partial recovery, final
prices be"(ng 7 l points net n -'???- to a de?
li 14 points
'As was the csw Thursday, mui h of th-?
business \-.,..-< repneeciued In awli -
ro-itr to fur mc?tbs, At th? close d the
day th" --. , ? ? - : ... ? . pretty well
I out and so . expressed the b?
?rij lmprove"m?rJt ?? Bra Jl would bring a
Sharp ipt urn- in t his market
Firm offers iYa-h Br.a_il ?. ? r ab it un
ilr) th? local spot ? ., ? ' !??
tnd -.. 11 said to have I m proved
slightly
The range of prices follows
Th ursda) 'i
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- S.:i8 18.40 8 15
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9.12 . ' 15 9.26
? 12 9 45
? i 1.44 9.55
7
?j 9 75 9.10
Curb Market
July
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DIVIDrJND NOTICES
ori'vcr. of
The United Gas improvement Co.
N. W. COKMIt BROAD * \RCII ?TS.
i'olladelphla. Jur.? 9. U21).
Th? Jirt?!7r'i~- have this day dee a
,.n.i three
?juari -rt? u-r ,,t 1874? ; >i share) on the
Iref.r-e^ .-itoek . f tr_s Company. p_y?bl?
m ?'?.. ??, to holderiiX r.?'e-r?<J
'block <*?p-r?wr? at the close of buainee*
August 21 ? ? -
Checks will be mailed
I. W. ICOBRis, Treaeurem,

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