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i Business News
Retailers Urged to Order
Third of Spring Shoes Now
Wholesalers Representative
pleads With Association to
Help Industry Resume;
Lack of Confidence Main
Trouble_
Members of the Retail Shoe Dealers' j
ArtocUtion of New York were advised i
r?sterday. at their regular October:
ae?ting, to Plac* fr0Tn so to 35 peri
?nt of their orders for spring: foot-i
?-.st *"'th manufacturers now, in ;
,rjer to start the wheels of the shoe ,
SidMtry turning again. The adviser;
"si H *T Vincent, of the firm of Mc-.
Swain, Mors* & Rogers, prominent;
?hoc wholesalers.
The chief reason that retailers are
ret purchasing shoes now, ?when nor- i
?ally rauch o' the spring business al-1
-eaiiv would have been booked, lies in ?
their lack of confidence in prices, ex-i
plained Mr. Vincent. Of the many
?'?ctors influencing business, this, in:
hij opinion, is the only deterrent at
?resent Ho sketches the favorable
factors influencing business this, in
?oney rate.? and indications that the
trese'nt over!.?.led retail stocks will ;
be normal ?round January 1.
1 "Generally speaking," he said, "re- ;
tail and wholesale business has been <
Satisfactory, but the business booked
hv the manufacturers of shoes has been :
f?T from satisfactory. Manufacturers
'o-da'v are tr;nng to book business on
i bails of present replacement costs
of mato: . labor. In some cases
they ?re disc inting further drops. It'
appears certain that future prices
e-jeteo hy manufacturers cannot flue- j
toate in dollars, but will be at the ?
nost readjusted in cents, dimes and !
quarters. This cannot affect retail
trices to any great extent, and, in ;
my opinion, manufacturers* prices are'
near stable and >ffer a safe basis upon
i the retailers can trade."'
Mr. Vincent also urged the retailers ,
?.. .?ell their shoes now on a replace- ;
ir.ent basis, although under no mora! i
b: ration to do so. He scored the ?
newspapers, which, he asserted, have |
ieen treating the siioe retailers un- j
fairly.
Members of the association voted to !
lold a banquel in January, at which j
the most pron nent shoe manufactur- j
er?, tanners an I ethers in the trade \
will 'ne invited I i express their views
of the sit ?? " r the benefit of the!
local retailers
Commercial Credit
Buyers of textiles, apparel and dry'
?roods in genera! appear to be making'
some headv '--lird the re?stablish
ment of ng ng terms. Some of
the recent <? in cotton go^d.< [
c?rry a dating of March 1. Manufac- 1
turers and wholesalers in other lines i
also are showing .r.dications of grant
ng the retailer a longer period in
which to pay for the purchases he j
makes. I
Com'. ? ? ?? ?;? continues to dis-'
count aroun . ; per cent for the best,
known names. A buyer of this class
yesterday that more
choice ofl re in the market than
has been the case in several years.
-?
Fox Skin* in SMimp
Fox skins yesterday were added to
making new low
At the second day's selling of
?peers' F ir Salea 'nrporation at
'he Hotel Peni sylvan a traders placed
May prices at about
. cent fi r white fox, 50 per cent
I 10 per cent for red
The latti : -vas the onlv article
lich there appeared to be corn?
il ' skins ?ere with
ack of bidding, and
ermine was ? ght demand that.
prices scarcely more than 35 per cent
if those paid in May were ?realized.
It was rumored yesterday that the
andise in ? ? ales consists
""gel; ... upon which banks
a le t hat bank pres
resj it for the holding of
trie sales at ? when interest in
new purchases at h low ebb. Some
"??lera say I ? are waiting for the
new ik" ? ? . when they will
try to average down the cost of their
foldings.
Cotton Holding Gains
Reports fron the South indicate that
m movement ong cotton mill own
5 "i that -? ? n to offer their ware
looses to cotton farmers and to ad
?ance about 50 per cent of current
pnces to the farmers for their hold?
ings is gaining
Jhe proposal for the formation of
ar export corporation with raw cot?
ton as the capital stock also is finding
*?vor-.J.hese movements, together with
the willingness of some retailers to ex?
tend long credits to the cotton farm
^rs^are believed *o be having some ef
-?t in stemm-r.g the tide of down?
ward prices for the raw fiber. AI
tfiough cotton ??.?es to reach new
?<"? prices almost laily, prominent fac?
ers in the gr da trade here assert
that the retarding movements are hav
;r?g some effect.
New Prices for Percales
Expected To Be Made Soon
h ?? r>r,ces ?!,r.percales, largely used
ty shirt manufacturers, arc in the mak
B? Converse & Co., who reached fur
?u*n m new prices on bleached
?ftods in an effort to find a level at
???eh merchand se will move, again lcJ
'"?way in printed fabrics.
Ihe new prices range from 15 to "19
?a? a yard, about 50 per cent under
lse peak prices that were reached
?&ny this year. Other percale and
printed fabric selling agents are un
?Wtood to be working on new price
?H6 to be announced within the next
:e* days. It is expected that the mar?
ra: ?ni fall in line with the new price
'f,v?l established by Converse <fc Co.,
?M now control h'larger aggregation
0 mills than any other factor in the j
^?n good? traie, it is said.
BUYERS' WANTS.
OFFERINGS TO BUYERS.
ffe per line. 1 time
*>e p#r Une . g time?
*<= per Une. 5 time?
___OFFERtN<;S TO BUYERS
- ,yPTY.\Ks BILK Black, for immediate
4 (>.iifry. a; arrrartive price. Arnstaertt
?j^. 10? East 25th st. Madison Square
?J?p.-'LAPPBRS?intermediates; ::5 on
-?.. red; bmers who appr??
tait *uo';1 '?ade ni-rohandise. rundo, 16
M'l'ERlOR. ?hade 63. vel de
?i?W ? *"* -- r>ryad & Partrtds?.
?"?on Square go,'.0.
low^T * jot' ,a <iP?e out at a very
* '8-h Schwartz & Fchwart?. SS
DIVIDEND NOTICES
THE
AMERICAN EXCHANGE
NATIONAL BANK
New York, October 10. 1020.
"? thil r2*f!|n? of the n.mrd of Pirector*
<Hw.*.B*rik, held t.,-da\. a genii-annual ?
a4f.?*ft? o' Seven Per i>n!. on the capital
l?l? , *" declared, payable November 1,
*?ii?f! ??>-<? KhoUler? of record at the close
""?iHisa October 2a, mo. I
AKTHia r. LEE, Cashier.
Safe Trading Basis
For Spring Perplexes
Commenting on the suggestion
hat because of the lower prices
for dry ?poods next spring,'con?
sumers will purchase more yards
and more dozens and that whole?
salers will have to make some ar?
rangements to secure the mer?
chandise, the latest market serv?
ice letter of the National Whole?
sale Dry Goods Association says:
"One of the manufacturers has
said that there was little cause
to worry about this because if
at the present time buyers were
found for merchandise the
poods would come up through the
cracks in the floor and that we
were past the time of a discus?
sion on the scarcity of goods.
"This witticism may not apply
with equal force to all lines of
goods, however, and while the
scarcity theory is quite fully dis?
pensed with, many buyers who
have in years past cooperated
with the manufacturers in the
production of goods in advance
of the season are confronted
with a perplexing situation in the
attempt to arrive at a safe trad?
ing basis."
Buyers Arrived
Fairchild Service
AUGUSTA, Ga.-H Levkoff & Son; S Lev?
koff. shoes: Pennsvrvania
AUGUSTA. Ga.?Caahin; P. Cashin, men's
furnishings; Pennsylvania
BALTIMORE?The Hub; Miss S Goodman
dresses, waists; 116 West Thirty-second
BALTIMORE?Dan Miller *- Co.: J Al?
bers floor coverings, blanket*, etc.
BALTIMORE?n. Caplan A Pons: H. Cap
Ian, cotton and woolen piece goods
BALTIMORE?Plotnlck. Berngartt ? Co. ? I
Aar^n Plotnick, hosierv ; McAlpin
BANGOR, Me.?-A. !.. Freos?: A. L. Preese.
ladies' ready to wear: 1270 Broadway.
BEAUMONT. Tex.-Max Feinberg Co. ;
Max Peinberg, ladies" ready to wear '
millinery, clothing, furnishings, piece I
goods; Jos. B Folz. 1150 Broadway
BOSTON?-R. H. White Co.; R M Dean
teilet goods, rctlons; I... Hill, women's'
coats; A. H. Shannon: silks and dress !
goods: ?.12 Fourth Avenue.
BOSTON?Oxford Li-Sss Mfg. Co ; Mr <
Wadman, dresses; 141 West Thirtv-third '
Str.
BOSTON?Jordan, Marsh Co.; Mrs. L.
A'.timus, women's coats and skirts, base?
ment; A. W. Anderson, men's furnish?
ings, basement; P. A. Burdiek, women's
coats, skirts, bathing suits. E. A. Craw?
ford, flannels; Miss !> y. Feeley, wom?
en's negligees. bath robes. dressing !
sacques: Mr. Dc Lory, toilet goods, has
ment; Miss H. Haughey, misses' suits;
A. ,W. Knowles, flannels, basement, Miss!
A. L. Repan. boys' furnishings and huts:
H. Owens, art embroidery and yarns;!
-Miss K. A. Maddoek. misses' and chil- |
dren's millinery; W. F. Virnum, boys'
clothing. wash clothing, 43:: Fourth
A\enue
BOSTON?Giichrist Co.; basement: Miss
Rubin, millinery: A. Cohen, suits and ]
dresses: upstairs: Miss O'Brien, suits,!
J. J. Breen, laces, embroideries, dress |
:.:ngs. ladies' neckwear, braids, veil- i
ings, buttons: W. Mann, wash dress'
goods, tab!? linens towels, sheets, pil- 1
low cases: 2*0 Fifth Avenue.
BOSTON?Giichrist Co ; J .1. Breen, hand
kerchlefs, trimmings, laces, etc.; 200!
Fifth Avenue.
BOSTON?ChandiereCo ; Miss E. Hughes,
children's coats, Mrs. liana, coats; 2J0 i
Fifth Avenue
BOSTON?Fllene's Sons Co.: basement: j
Mr. Day. waists; Mr. Dutch, general!
mdse.; Miss Hlckey, corsets and bras- |
sleres; Miss Sweeney , millinery; Mr. Gold- j
berg, men's furnishings; Miss Callahan, ;
silk and underwear; Mr. Hahn, leather:
goods; Mr Ring, women's and misses'
dresses; upstairs. Mrs. Brolund, worn- j
en's inexpensive dresses: Miss Golding,
misses' inexpensive dresses; Mrs. Phil?
lips, women's costumes and dresses; Mr.
Hannon, men's furnishings; Mr Murray.
house dresses; M:ss Stein, gloves; Miss
Murphy, misses' dresses; Mrs. Milliken,
infants' wear; 225? Fifth Avenue
BOSTON?F. P. Slatterly Co.: Miss
Walsh, fine waists; Mis,? Lohner,
women's coats; Mis? Cavanaugh, chil?
dren's wear; Miss Whelan, petticoats.
BOSTON?Universal Clothing Co. ; W. J.
O'Neill, men's clothing; Imperial.
BOSTON?Sylvia ?- Coppinger: F. L. Syl?
via, dry goods; 64 Leonard Street.
BRIDGEPORT. Conn.?Howland D. G. c0 ;
J. B. Granfield. men's furnishings, knit
underwear, hosiery, handkerchiefs, um
as and gloves; 404 Fourth Avenue.
BUFFALO William Hengerer Co.; Miss
McFarland, stouts: Mrs. M Steffens,
v 11 ?en's neckwear; 2 West Thlrty
s vonth Street
BUFFALO?J. N. Adams * Co.: Miss B.
E Mayo, trimmed and untrimmed hats;
B ,T. M?ller, Mr. Burdlrk, silks, velvets,
dress and wash gooas. woolens and lin- ,
ingp; 2 West Thirty-sev- nth Street.
CANTON. Ohio?Federal Garment Co.; J. j
A. Fawcett, bathrobes, kimonas, house ?
dresses; Pennsylvania.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.?T?te, Brown Co.; J.I
T?te, clothing, Colllngwood.
CHARLESTON, W. Va.?A. Bloarsky, dry !
goods; Herald Square.
CHESTER. Pa?Toilln Co.; Mr. Tollln, j
carpets, furniture, etc; Pennsylvania.
CHICAGO?B. S. Komlss & Co.; Max Rose,
Jobs better coats; 11S2 BJioadway, room!
401.
CHICAGO?Marshall Field Co.; E. B. ;
Wlnslow. notions; J. F. O'Neill, mdse.
ir.gr. women's coats, wraps; Miss C. |
Raynor, misses' coats and suite, 1107
Broadway.
CHICAGO?M. Russabov. dry goods; Penn- ;
sylvania.
CHICAGO?Carson, Plrle Scott Co.; A.
Thorn?, toys; Aberdeen.
CHICAGO?Boston Store: J. W. Paton. I
trunks, luggage; 44 East Twenty-third !
Street.
CHICAGO?John V. Farwell Co.; J. C.
Long, woolens; 72 Leonard Street.
CHICAGO - Charles A. Stevens; C. E.
Lawrence, leather goods; 40 East j
Twenty-second Street.
CHICAGO?B. S. Thomas *? Co.; M. M.
Rose, coats, suits, furs. 11X2 Broadway. 1
CINCINNATI ? John Shllllto Co.; J. j
Fesher. base, waists and rnusiiriwear, '
412 Fourth Avenue.
CINCINNATI?J. Glaser, clothing; Penn- j
Bylvanla
CLEVJSLAND?I. J. Stotter, women's
ready to wear' Cumberland.
CLEVELAND?Ogus. Rablnovleh & Ogus,
F. Butterfield. millinery, 37 West Thirty-,
ninth Street.
CLEVELAND?M. Devoy, piece goods; Im
Cl'evelaND?Miller Cloak Co ; P. Miller,
coats and suits. '
COLUMBUS, Ohio?The Fashion: L M.
Kahn, ladies' ready to wear, 277 Fifth
Avenue.
DENVER?Joslln D O. Co ; H. F. Kramer,
slks and dress goods; 23 East Twenty
sixth Street.
DES MOINES, Iowa?Lederer-Strauss Co.;
Leon Strauss, millinery. 27 West Thirty
ninth Street
p'YTuN" Ohio?-.Tohnston-Shelton Co.: <.
W Bowers. Jobs coats, dresses and In- ,
fants' wear. Prince George. ;
DETROIT?Crowley-Mllner Co.; Miss O
Kircher leather good?, jewelry, Alfred
Fantl 116 West Thirty-second Street. !
DETROIT?J L. Hudson Co. ; K. T.
Crockett, sport hats and eh!.dren s {
beaver hats. 225 Fifth Avenue.
DETROIT?Hlmelhoch Bros.. H. Htmel
hocil, kid and fabric gloves and wom?
en's 'squirrel coats q.?,-. ?
DETROIT?J L. Hudson Co ' A. H. Schra
shan. Jewelry; Pennsylvania..
DETROIT-The Emporium. & Sternberg,
coats and suits, fur?, 120 West rhlrt>
second Street.
DFTK? 'IT?-Kline Garment Co.; Miss Mo
Hardy, skirt?; 404 Fourth Avenue.
DONORA. Pa -E. Nasim. ahoes: York.
DUBUUC?. Iowa?Rlvar-Wallace Co.: D.
Musser. don
mh
IH'Bl'Ol'E. Iowa?Roshek Bros. Co., F. H.
Roahek, silk petticoats and underwear;
4S East Twenty-fifth Street. A.so in
market for fur trimmed coats, plush and |
ENID. Okla ? Henberg Dept. Store; W.
C Rosenberg, Jobs coats, suits, waists,
and skirt?. Fellows, 1164 Broadway
FALL RIVER. Mass ?R. A. Mc\\ hlrr Co
H, R Mackenzie, wash goods, 4.04 fourth
F\Vl'.''iuVER, Mass. ?R. A. McWhlrr Co.;
J. H Conn, coats, suits, turs; 404 Fourth j
Avenue _
Kurt WORTH ?Cans Co : Joe Garrs, ?
ladTe,' ready to wo*r; 212 Fifth Avenue, j
GRAND 'RAPIDS, Mich?Siegel Co.; Miss
Weidt, dreeatea.
HARR?FBURG?The Ladles' Da?aar; M.
Se hnndorf, women's ready to wear; Im?
perial.
HAZEL-TON, Pa.?J. Hyman A Co.: J. Hy
man. hcii'i clothing and furnishings,
women? ready to wiar; Pennsylvania.
LOS ANGELES?Cooper. Coate A Caaey;
B. 11 Walpkc, domestica: 377 Broadway.
LOS ANGELES?Farrls-Walker Co.; S.
Caakey, millinery; Alfred Fantl. 116
Weal Thirty-second Street.
LOS ANOBLBS?Bullock'?; Misa Ogden,
silk and muslin underwear; -25 Fifth
Avenue.
LOS ANGELES ?Bullock's:' Mr. Bacon.
Piece goods; 226 Fifth Avenue.
! LOS ANGELES?Llpsy Bros.; F. Llpsy.
women's reailv to wear; Ponnsvlvania.
M'QEHHE, Ark.?Wolff Uros.; w. Wolff,
??'lierai merchandise; 1150 Broadway.
MKKIDEN, Conn.?lyes, I'pham ? Rand
Co ; J. B. Martin, white and wash Roods,
domestica, blankets; iOi Fourth Avenue.
I MILWAUKEE?Milwaukee Apparel Cof;
Miss Riegel, Jobs dresses; 276 Fifth
I Avenue.
j MORGANTOWN. W. ra?Orr Bros; C.
Orr, dry goods.
MOUNT CARMEL. Pa.?H. Cohen, women's
ready to wear; Brealln.
?NEW HAVEN. Conn. -J. Press Co.; II.
| Tress, woolen piece goods: Park Avenue,
i NEW HAVEN, Conn.?The Edward Malley
Co.; J. C. Mizer. ribbons, notions, etc.;
404 Fourth Avenue.
NEW ORLEANS?Levy. Loeb & Co.; H.
Levy, tndse, mer. ; ."77 Broadway.
I NEWPORT NEWS, Va.?Mrs. L. Block,
furniture; Breslin.
?NEWPORT NEWS. Va.?Mrs. A. Levine,
dry Roods; Brealln.
OMAHA?J. L. Brandies ft Sons; Mr. Mr
Knight. laces, embroideries, handker?
chief? and hosiery; 1261 Broadway.
: PEKIN. III. ?H. Blrkenbuscli, jewelry;
Herald Square.
PHILADELPHIA?Stewart's: Miss Strouse,
children's coats; Miss Epstein. 1obs of
hats; Alfred Fantl. 120 West Thirty -
i second Street.
i PHILADELPHIA?Frank ft Sedar Co.; H.
j L. Bernbaum, coats, suits and aklrts; 16
West Thirty-sixth Street.
| PHILADELPHIA ? Warewell Co.; A.
Schott, work shirts, domestic shirtings;
.150 Canal Street.
! PHILADELPHIA ?Blauner's: Miss Shenk.
.iobs cheap fall skirts: Miss S. Singer.
I job? fur costs and small furs; Alfred
Fantl, 11? West Thlrtv-seeorrd Street.
I PHILADELPHIA?Uirnbel Bros. Co.; Miss
Sullivan. blouses; Miss Story. ladies'
skirts; Mr. Lowenthai. ladles' dresses
(bMement) ; Miss ?tone, misses' dresses.
Broadway and Thirty-second Street.
PHILADELPHIA?.!. Largman ft Bros.; J.
Largman, silks; 200 Fifth Avenue.
PHILADELPHIA ?P. Levitt ft Co.; Mr.
Portner, woolen piece goods; Pennsyl?
vania,
I PHILADELPHIA?Milady Dress and Cos?
tume Co.; M. H. Rubin, dresses; Penn
1 sy i va nia.
PHILADELPHIA ?Auerbach Bros; C.
Auerbach. woolen and cotton piece goods;
Pennsylvania.
' PHILADELPHIA ?Llpplncott-Johnson Co.;
C. P. Johnson, woolen and cotton piece
goods; Breslin.
PHILADELPHIA?Franklin Sweater Mills;
A. J. Lichtenstein, general line. Breslin.
PHILADELPHIA?A. Meyers, dry goods;
i Breslin.
'PHILADELPHIA ? Ginsberg Bros.; ,T.
Ginsberg, woolen and cotton piece goods;
Breslin.
PHILADELPHIA?John Wanamakei* J.
Bunting, cotton piece goods; Herald
Square.
PHILADELPHIA?Gimbel Bros.; A. Gug?
genheim, general merchandise, Broad?
way and Thirtv-second Street.
PHILADELPHIA?D. Wolff, jewelry. Bres?
lin.
PHILADELPHIA ?A. S. Dreifus, ciothlng;
Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA?Lit Bros.; Miss Hlckey,
lobs muslin underwear; 1261 Broadway.
PHILADELPHIA ?J. Jacobs, dry goods;
Flanders
PHILADELPHIA?Blauner's: Miss Kar
mon; jobs flannel gowns; Miss P..
Phillips, boys' sweaters; Alfred Fantl
lib West Thirty-second Street.
PITTSBURGH ?Rosenbaum Co.; R. lieu
man, sheets, pillow cases, flannels. Miss
A. Morris, notions; H. Mitchell, women's
neckwear, ribbons, laces, J. Kohnfelder,
china, house furnishings and toys; 401
Fourth Avenu..
PITTSBURGH ? Rosenbaum Co.; Miss
O'Neill, ladies' and misses suits, coats
and dress.-s; Alfred Fantl. 116 West
Thirty-second Street.
PITTSBURGH?Kaufman ft Baer; H
Mitchell. handkerchiefs. notion?. rib?
bons, etc. A. Moss, notions, 404 Fourth
Avenue.
PITTSBURGH?Rosenbaum Co.; S. N'.
Jacobs, basement merchandise, manar"
Alfred Fantl, 116 West Thirty-second
Streel
PITTSBURGH?Frank ft Sedar Co ; J.
Cohen, basement jobs; 16 West Thirty -
sixth Street.
PITTSBURGH?Kaufman's Dept. Store;
Mr. Dreyfoua, dress's, coats, suits, rib?
bons, laces, trimmings, notions; 1261
Broadway.
PITTSBURGH ? Kaufman's. Dept. Store:
.-- G. Kerngood, millinery; 1261 Broad?
way
PITTSBURGH?Keystone Cloak ft Suit Co.;
Mr. Steinbach, dresses; 1170 Broadway.
PITTSBURGH ? C. Harris, chlnaware;
Pennsylvania.
PITTSBURGH --Kaufman ft Baer; H.
Katzman, dresses, coats, suits; S. M.
Kardon. underwear, wallpaper; ^04
Fourth Avenue
PITTSBURGH Rosenbaum Co.: E. Gold
stein, basement men's and boys' cloth?
ing. Alfred Fantl, 116 West Thirty-sec?
ond Street.
POUGHKEEPSIB, N. T.?Lucky Platt ft
Co.; Miss A. Tearlmoizan, millinery,
McAlpln.
PORT HURON'. Mich?J. B. Sperry Co.:
Miss E. LaForge, ladles' ready to wear.
Prince George Hotel.
PORTSMOUTH,. Va.?M. Silverman, dry
goods.
PROVIDENCE. R. I? M. Bernstein, dry
goods, Bres! in.
ROCHESTER McCurdy ft Co ; C Greene.
dresses G Wesl Thirty-second Streel
SCRANTON, Pa ''?.'land K- Simpson Co :
H M. Troupe housefurnlshings; Herald
Square.
SEATTLE, Wash ?Bon Marche; Thomas
Goldie, call.o, ginghams, linens, blank?
ets, 225 Fifth Avenue.
SEATTLE, Wash --- Bon Marche; P. J.
Kelly, men's furnishings, men's and
boys' gloves, ladles' hosiery, underwear
and gloves; -2.'. Fifth Avenue.
SEATTLE. Wash.?Western Dry Goods
Co.. C. Anderson, clothing, 60 Worth
Streel
SPOKANE. Wash.---White House Co . G
Judges, cloaks and suits, blouses, petti?
coats, muslin underwear and corsets; 2';
Kas! Twentv-sixth Street.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. ? S. Green, dry
goods, clothing, etc.; Pennsylvania.
ST. LOUIS?T. Rubensteln, piece goods.
Pennsylvania
TERRE HAUTE, Ind.?A. Herz; Miss M.
Henry, leather goods, stationery, books,
116 West Thirty-second Street.
WATERTOWN, N. Y.?Frank A. Bmpsall
Co ; L. D. Welsh, ladles' ready to wear,
Alfred Fantl. 116 West Thirty-second
Street.
WH'HITA. Kana.-W. L. Smart, domes?
tics, ;i2S) Broadway.
WILKES-BARRB, Pa. ? P. Engel, cloth?
ing, men's furnishings, etc., Marl- j
borough
WILMINGTON, N. C.?H. Goldstein, men's1
furnishings; Grand
WORCESTER. Mass.?Denhnlm ft McKaj
Co., Miss O'Donnell, wa;ets; 230 Fifth
Avenue.
TOUNGSTOWN, Ohio Bolotkin-Drabkin
Furniture Co.. S Drabkln, upholstery
and drapery, Pennsylvania,
ZANESVILLE, Ohio?H. H. Sturtevant p
Co . F A. Stoneburner, housefurnlsh
lngs; 116 West Thirtv-second Street.
ZANESVILLE, Ohio?Brown Bros; C
Brown, wall paper. Pennsylvania.
Business Item
The National Conference of Business
Faper Editors will meet to-day and to?
morrow at the Hotel Astor, concluding
with a banquet to-morrow night, under
the auspices of the Associated Business
Papers, Inc.
Business Troubles
Petitions In Bankruptcy
The following petitions In bankruptcy
were filed In the United States District
Court yesterday
JAMES A. TRIMMINOHAM?Voluntary
petition by James A Trlmmlngham, build?
ing superintendent. 3? East Twenty-third ?
Street, who places his liabilities at $2.12.1,
all unsecured claims, and assets at $75. :
Charles W. Walter Is attorney fur the pe?
titioner
FASHION clothes SHOP?Involun?
tary petition against Isidore Abelsorr, trad?
ing as the Fashion Clothes Sh p men's
ciothlng, 1358 Broadway, on behalf of B
Ruber.s, who claims 12,685 Lia t...'.ties and
assets not given Archibald Palmer is at
tornev for the petitioner.
FASHIoN CLOTHES SHOP?Involun?
tary petition against Ira Abelson. trading
h? the Fashion Clothes Shop, men's cloth?
ing, 1358 Broadway, on behalf of three
creditors. The petitioning creditors and
amounts claimed are: B G.Ruffeet, 5500;
M. Lilbschuts. ?1.0?8, and O. Wolfe. |;oo
Benjamin F. Steinberg is attorney for the
petitioner
ALBERT HYMAN ?Voluntary petition
by Albert Hyman. salesman 560 West
144th Stre. '. who places his ?labilities
at $'..721. all unsecured claim?, and no
as?ela. Leon A. Malkle! Is attorney for
the petitioner ?
Receiver? in Bankruptcy
The following receiver? In bankruptcy
were appointed in the United State? Dis?
trict Court yesterday:
MADISON DRESS CO., INC ? Judge ?
Julian W. Mack appointed Max Lowenthai
receiver for the Madison Dress Co. Inc.
33 East Twenty-seventh Street, with a
bond of ?5.000
LITHO NOVELTY CO. INC -Judge
Mack appointed Lawrence Berenson re?
ceiver for the Lltho Novelty Co., Inc., 489
Brno me Street, with a bond of J5.000
ARROW SHOE CO., INC.?Judge Mack
appointed Silas Musllner receiver for the
Arrow Shoe Co.. Inc , 3sff Sixth Avenue,
with a bond of ?6,000.
Executor Trustee
Chartered 1822
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
Nos, 16, 18, 20 & 22. William Street '
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue
At Forty-first'Street
New York
London pang
Foreign Exchange
Administrator Guardian
Member Federal Eeserre Sjstem and Hew York Clearing House
Miscellaneous Markets
Public Utility Securities
Bid. Asked.
Adirondack Power & Light.... 13 1?
I do pf . j. TO "5
[ American Light *; Traction ... .108 112
do pf . SO ?4
i American Gas & Electric.Ill IIS
do pf . 37 :t!?
Amerlcan?Power A Light. 53 67
do pf. .'. 66 68
American Public Utilities. 10 "0
do pf . 20 30
American Water AVo. ks. 3'?? 4'*
do 1st pf . 48 52
do participating pf. 7 10
Appalachian Power . 3 6
do pf. 16 20
Carolina P R & L. 27 33
do pf. 86 95
Central States Electric . 7 10
do pf . 45 60
Cities Service .296 301
d,p pf . 65H 66 ''a
do 7 p c ri"b. series C. 94Vi 96l,i
do 7 p c deb, series l>. 84 88
do 7 p <? pref It. 6 T, t>&,
Colorado Power . 11
no pf . 86 96
Commonwealth P R & L. 17 20
do pf . 39 4 1
Electric Bond A Share pf. 78 i>2
Empire List Elec pf. 60 70
Empire G & F 1st ft col 6s. '2?. 94 97
do 6 pc conv notes, 1924. . . . 84 It
do S p c pf stock. 84 86
Federal Light ?c Traction. 6 9
do pf .44 49
Gas A- Elec Sec .250 350
do pf. 7'. 8 5
Northern Ontario Lght. lo 14'?
do pf. 4 4 48
Northern Ohio Elec Corp. 12 18
do pf. 27 32
Northern States Power . -'IT 42
do pf . 78 g4
Republic Ry fc Light Co. 8 10
do pf. ?7 31
Southern California Edison.... 84 86
do pf. 91 95
Standard Gas &? Electric. 15 17
do pf. 35 37
Tennessee Ry. Light & Power. 2 :;
do 1st pf. 5 7
United Light & Rys. 25 28
do 1st pf . 68 62
Western Power . 20 23
do now pf .?. 60 63
Bonds
Appalachian Power 1st 5s. 64 67
Cincinnati uns & fcilec 5s, 19?5. 78 82
Col Gas A- Elec 5?. 1927. 79 8 1
Dallas Flee 5s, 1922. 9914
do 7s. 1921. 99 100
El Paso Elec col 6s. 7!' 83
Croat Western Power 1st 6s... 7f, '? 71
Midwest Vlllities 1st 5s. S5 90
Miss Hiver Power 1st 5s. 74 75
North Ont Light A- Power 6s.. 61 ti2'/j
Northern States Power 6s, 1926. S4 87
New York Bank Stocks
.185
.260
.420
.150
An.erica . .
Atlantic ...
Battery . .
Am Uxch .
Bowery . .
Bryant P .
Bway Cent 150
Bronx Nat .160
Butch & D. . 3 7
L'en Mercan. 195
Chaso.385
chat & l'h 2r,:,
Chelsea Ex..13V
t'hemical . . 5-0
City . .?08
( r,?\ ,v- Iron.25"
Colonial . . .3r,o
Columbia . . 170
Commcl Ex 425
Comnwlth .21 i
Com? lerco 230
Corn Exe . . . 33s
?osmpltn .
Cuba.
East River.
First Nat .
Fifth Ave.
Foreign T B
Allian
Bid Asked
. .2MS 212
110
150
165
910
910
1 9 5
270
150
160
160
43
276
146
56
3 1
2 6 0
'.2 0
Bul Asked
..23* 141
190
.226
soo
25
.140
.4?0
,150
ISO
Garfleld .
Cotham .
Ureenwicr.
Harriman.
Hanover .
Imp & Trds.500
Inriust rial....206
Irving Nat..222
Liberty . . . .360
Mnhttn Co..210
Mechi.Met
Mtrpltn . .
Mutual . ..
Nat Amn
New Neth.
K T County.136
N Y N B A. 4?0
Pacific.27?
Park.485
Public.290
225|Seaboard ...625
Second . . . .425
State.200
23d Ward...200
Vntd States.170
Union Ex ..170
rt'ash Hts...326
Torkville ..37?
frust and Surety Companies
Bul Asked Bid A
5?:Uw? ers T . . 1 3?
? Lincoln Tr
74|Manufctrs
: 62 Mercfil
_ ' S Mctropltn
500 Mtge Hon
tAni Trust.. ?
Ai . Surety. . 70
Bankers . .353
Hur..i A- Mg. 210
Hklyn T Co.455
Cent CniCn.365
Columbia . 315
1 rc 1
Equitable ..295
Empire Tr. .300
Frmrs L i T370
Fulton .2 70
FidBllty ...
Guaranty
Hamilton
Hudson T.
Kings Co. .
Law Mtg...
tSee New
{Includes
?tocks.
205
366
820
515
210
2 30
376
21S
330
495
310
675
475
.10 I
Hi
ISO
?ked
14?
165
205
3 25
260
.75 ?5
. Mu T of W.105 126
2'Nat Surety .204 208
, . 155 ? N Y L & T.550 ?
305 N Y Tr.590 ?
? }N V Title. .590
380 Peoples . ... 275 290
??Realty Asso.100 1 10
200 210!T G Ai T. . . .300 310
335 345 Un States...810 *3?
25=) 266lu S M & T, 395 405
165 17C U S T C.uar. 80 tS
6"f> rSOWMtchatr 1^6 ?
110 120,W /t H Ti M130 160
York Title and Mortgag?.
Amerlcaa Trust Company
155
.195
.300
40
A in. i'vir,.
do pf .
By-Prod...
Casein Co
Low i'h . . -
du Pont P 10
Oraselll . . 137
do pf... ?
Chemical Storks
Hid Asked Bid Ask
27 32 Hook Elec ?0
55 60 do pf... 60
94 99 Ky Solvay 7?
50 Merrimac. 74
255 Moc Co pf 85
11 '.j Mulfd Co. ?
139 ?Scmel G..1?5
95 ISolv Pne.209
70
7?
1??
78
93
60
170
24?
Miscellaneous Stocks
Bid A
A in
-I
?Ai
licle 38
pf... 61
Lthr. 20
n-pf. . 6 5
\in Mfg. .149
10 p:
83
Am M A-. F150
Im Td pf. 3
Am Typ F 38
ALT N.l 26
AtlasPw C 62
RBtSlpH
do 2d pf 65
Per C M . 95
Hush T pf 6 7
Ce ul ?Id . 15?
1 hi Ids ' - '9
do pf... 92
City Inves 60
Crk W pf 90
Draper C 128
?Ex dividend
li.:
160
! Bid
D L * W.ltO
lint Sil pf. !i
1 Lima L pf 16
|NatPaskt. 190
N .1 7. w . 1 7 2
NCo 1st pf 9?
Phelps D.170
p a- \v pr
?0
R Raalt in 20
; uo pf... 65
Ry Bkg PI 10
do pf... ?0
S C L & H 6 4
Sin(TcrMfgl38
St 1 .VU 9 4 3
Stoll S pf.
If, I) W pf.
iValvol pf.
I \V ? B. . .
?Tale & T.
?5
99
95
?2
275
Ask?
165
92
95
1 10
174
HO
2??
95
2?
7 3
120
85
63
47
tl
?I
SS
01
255
Tobacco Stocks
Bid ASkedi
G W Hmel60 170 P R-T T.
do pf . 90 95 |Weym B,
Bid
. 110
.166
,7 S Young:'. ?0
do pf . K0
J.<IaeA*F109
?Ex d ..:?-..
pf. S 9
Lea?l40
Asked
116
172
93
5 0%.
Sugar Stocks
Card Am
do pf ..
Cur Sug
( ' Aguirr*
Fjrdo nei
Godch'x
do pf..
Grt \\
88
400
Bid Asked
Grt W pf.113 11?
Mat-Am.. 20
?do pf.. 75
?Michigan. 10 5?
!*Natloiia'. 136
NI Niqneo3?0
Bavannsh. ?5
do pf... 71
25
192
140
36*
'Ex dividend
Insurance Companies
Hid Asked Bid
Am Alinee. 270
City of N Y 200
." o : :. w : : h ..300
Contntl . ... 68
Fid * Phoe.615
Franklin .... 80
Globe & R 1200
290 Great Am...275
210 Hanover ... II
325 Home . . .665
72;N'at Liberty.665
635 Niagara . . . 11?
90 Stuyveaant.. ??
?1\\ estchester. 33
Asked
28 5
580
580 j
1(0
?5
37
Steel and Ordnance Stocks
Hid Asked
Am Bra
Atlas Pwdl33
Bab & W.10?
Cn F & F.I50
Carb Steel 65
do lat pf 95
do 2d pf ?2
Colt A. 48
du Pont. . 220
do pf... 75
?Ex dividend
East Steel ?
Km S & I. 30
?do pf.. 72
?Here Pw.200
?do pf:. 92
Niles B-P. 88
Scov Mfg.345
49'4 W'n Cor. .4*0
125 Woodward 60
78 Thorn Iron 39
Standard Oil Stocks
Bid.
Anglo-American OH Co. Ltd. 20<;
| Atlantic Refining Co.1075
do pf. 107
? Borne-Scrvmser Co. 410
: BuckeV?Tipe Line. 88
? Chesebrough M:'g Co Cons.... 210
, do pf .?. 100
Continental Oil Co. 108
Crescent Pipe ,ine Co. 3 1
Cumberland Pipe Line Co.... H<>
Eureka Pipe Line. 114
Galena-Signal Oil Co pi, new.. 86
do old . 90
do common . 43
Illinois Pipe Line. L'.O
Indiana Pipe Line Co. 90
Int Petroleum Co., Ltd., new 15%
National Transit Co. 29%
New York Transit Co. 170
Northern Pipe Line Co. 99
Ohio Oil Cc. 302
Penn-Mcx Fuel Co. 48
.Prairie Oil A: Gas Co. 550
'Prairie Pipe Line Co. 220
Solar Refining Co . 390
Southern Pipe Line Co. 119
South Ponn Oil Co. 265
? Southwest Penna Pipe Lines.. 63
Standard Oil o? California.... 320
do of Indiana. roo
do o? Kansas. 525
do of Kentucky. 4 55
do of Nebraska . 430
do of New Jersey. 64c
do pfd. 105
do of New York. 3 75
do of Ohio. 400
do pf . 105
Swan A: Finch Co. 60
I Union Tank i 'o. Ill
do pf . 96
? Vacuum (ni Co. 247
Washington Oil Co. 30
Miscellaneous Oil Companies
i Atlantic Lobos Oil Co. 2S
do pf. 6 5
I Cosden & Co. 7
Elk Basin Cons Pet Co. 8%
' Imperial Oil Co Ltd. 106
Magnolia Petroleum Co. 330
; Merrltt oil Corporation. 14
Midwest Refining Co. 149
Mountain Producers. 1 0 L=
Northwest OH Co. 25
i Producers A: Refiners Corp.. 6 S
?Salt Creek Producers, new... 11
| Sa ?i u I pa Refining Co. 5 %
New York City Bonds
Form, Rate and Maturity. Bid. Ask
Interchangeabl? 4'-js, 1967. 95 95
do 4 "is, 19*5. 95 U 96
do 4U,8, 1963. 95% 96
do 4 Ha. 1957. ...?. 95% 96
4 Us, 196 4. 89% 9 0
4",s, 1962. 89% 91
4 Us. 1960. 89% 90
4%s, 1960, op. 1930.. 89% 90
4s, 1959. 85 8 6
4s, 195.6. 8 5 86
do 4s, 1957. 85 86
Registered 4s, 1955-1956.. ?1 85
78
207
94
90
380
450
52
Asked.
i 21
1125
1 09
4 25
90
225
105
1 13
1 15
US
90
95
4?
165
93
i IK'
31
180
102
307
30
560
2 2 3
410
123
705
540
105.%
1 IS
99
108
3 10
<io
do
do
do
193
IS
5%
Held.
4 72
4 7 2
4 73
4.74
4.79
4 SO
4 81
4 61
4.V0
4 M
4 S2
?I RE
4 S3
4 85
4 8 5
Interchangeable 3 14s. 1954, 76
Coupon 3 V4s, ! 95 4. 76
i Reg 3 ',s, 1950-1954 inc ... 5.20
do 3%s. 1940-1950. |ni . 5 20
? Reg and coup I serial) 4 Vis,
1920-1950, inc. 5 75 6.25??
do 4%s, 1920-1921. inc. . . 6 50
New York State Bond?
Issued in coupon and registered form,
I not Interchangeable. Coupon bonda regis
! terabb
Form, Rate and Maturity. Bid. Ask. Yield
Canal Imp 4V4s 106-4
Highway Imp * 14s. ! 963 . . 100
Canal Imp 4 Us. 1965 . . . . 9fi
H igh way I mp 1 U s, 1 963 . 95
? Barge I Ian Term I V1- 13 15 96
! Highway Imp Is. 196? . . 92
, I 'h nal Imp ts, 1 96 7 .92
i Hway Imp 4s, 1 D60-'62 in
Canal I mp 4s. 1960 '62 ln<
Palisades I S Park 4s. 1961
H. Canal Term is. 1342-1
Federal and Joint Stock Land Bank
Bonds
Federal Fain
1.
5 s.
Rid. Ask. Yield.
39 V
96
94 W
Federal Farm l.oaiv'4'
! 930, op 192 4.?8
Federa'. Farm Loan 4"-js,
1938. op 1923 ... . SS
Feder?! Farm Loan 414s,
1937. op 1922 ,88
Joint Stock Land Hank 5s,
1955. op 1924. 88
Joint Stock Land Hank 5s,
1938, up 1323. 58
Short Term Securities
Security. Rate, Due. Bid. Asl
Amer Cotton Oil 6s. 1924 91 U 9
Amer Chic l- 6s. 1921-'22. 94% SI
do 6s, 1 92 1-1925. 90 9
do '3s, ?321-1927.87 "-j 9
Amer T( ! A- Tel 6s. 1922. 95 9
do 6s. 1924. 92% 9
Amer Thread 6s. 1828... 93 V4 9
Am Tobacco Co 7s. 19
do 7s. 1921.
do 7... 1922 .
do 7s, 1923 . 99
Anaconda Coppei ? - : 929 s^
Anglo-Am Oil T'-s. 1925. 99
Armour conv bs, 1920-'24 94
do 7s, 1930.96
Bethlehem Steel 7s I 922. 97
do 7s, 1923..
Can Pac Ry 6s. 19?4.
Cent Argentine Ry 6.-. '27
C B & Q joint 4s, 1921. .
C, R I & P Ry 6s. 1922. .
C C C & St L Ry 6S. 1929
Cuba C Sug con 7s, 1930.
Cudahy Packing 7s, 1923.
Federal Sug Rfg 6s, 13-24. 93
B F Goodrich con 7s. 1925 90
Gulf Oil 6s, 1921 . 97",
do is, 1922 . 95 i-,
do 6a, 1323 . 94 -,
Hock Val R R 6s. 1924.. . 91
Inlerboro it T con 7s. 21 69
Kan City Term is, 1923 . 95
Kennecott < lop 7s. 1950
Lac G Lt : st & ref 7s, '29 94
L!g & Myers Tob 6s, 1921 97%
Philadelphia 6s 1922 . '. 9314
Pennsylvania 4 ?4s, 1921.. 9?
Proc A: Gamble 7s. 1921.
do 7s. 11122 .
do 7s, 1922.
Pub Sep of N .1 conv 7s, '?
R J Reya Tob 6s, 1922
Sinclair Con Oil 7 "j s, '2
Southern R> >???. 1923
So W Bel! Tel 7s, 1*23
St Paul U H gr :??-.-.
Swift * Co 6s. 1921
Texas Co. 7s. 192
Ctah Securities 6s, 19:
West Elec con 7s, 192i
89
59
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92 %
5.30 |
6 45
E 17
6 50
5.85 ,
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7.55
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6 75
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22''
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16 S Ci est ine
10 Cent Teresa
100 do pf. . .
' ?5 Cons Power
210 Cosden pf. .
40 Davidson .
Baltimore
Open. H'.gh.
84U ?4',
110 110
i % *\
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9 3 c-.;
Bonds
?1000 Cons Po-x 4'-.-s. 7S\
:ono do 6s . 93?3
4500 Cosden ?a . .94
1000 Pena Water 5s S0?t
10000 Uni Ry rcf 4s 64 4
Boston
Mining
15 Ahm? k
10 Alloues . .
IOS Anaconda
:s Arla Com?
?59 Big Heart
6 3 ;?
9
110
4?*
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93 H
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310 i'al Ariz ....
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90 Coj; r Rang
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50 Inspira tl
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6 do pr
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275 Mayflower < i C
150 Michigan .
20 N e w Corn ell
100 New River
235 d i pf. . .
213 North Butte
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100 Seneca .
125 St Man'? ....
71 Superior * B
100 U S Smelters.
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Americans
Traveling To Europe:
This Is Important To You
A special European service has been inaugurated by the Bankers
Trust Company to accommodate travelers carrying "the best
funds for travelers":
C4 rf *v% rf ** American /^t
J\* J? *J\ Association WllCCJllCS
By this service it is possible on arrival in Europe to exchange
"A. B. A." Cheques purchased in America for other **?? B. A."
Cheques issued in sterling, francs or lire, at the exchange rate of
the day the Cheques are exchanged, thus giving the traveler the
advantage of die best rates the market allows.
"A. B. A." Cheques are safe because, if not countersigned by the
rightful owner, they cannot be used by anyone else in case of
loss or theft.
They are accepted readily in payment of bills at hotels and shops
and in purchase of transportation tickets in any civilized land.
**A. B. A." Cheques maybe obtained at nearly
any prominent American or Canadian bank.
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY
New York City
Paris, France:
16 Place Vend?me
16 Wail Street
5th Ave. at 42nd Street
Open. High. Low. Last.
- \ -'i - 't -hi
Sa'- i
200 Utah Apex
208 I'tah >'on3 .
350 ftah Metal . . I1? 1% H4
300 Victoria . 1 T, 1 T-, l ri
15 Wolverine ... 134 ^-'? 12
Railroads
10 Boston A A . .128 128
115 Boston El .... ?7 67
5 do pf . 87 87
I" Boston A- M . . . 36 36
In Nor & W pf. 83 S3
5 XV Ml & H. . 34 34
4!- West Knd _ 41 4 1
Miscellaneous
128
4L
82 -,
212 Am Agr . S2T? 83
16 do Pf . S 7 8 7 87
S10 Am Oil . 2'-, 24 2'
88 Amoskoag ... 73 V? 1iV? 73'
1 ? do pf . 76 4 76 :-? 76
I 0 Am Pneu ... 2 Vi 2 Vi
10 Am Sur pf . 108 "ins ~ IOS
6 Am Tel .; 00 \ ! 00 ' ? 90
i i A m Wool pf . . 94 94
Century . 1 \ : i,
85 Bast? rn Mfg . 2 14 294 29
Eastern S S . 20 : . 20 4
169 Edison .154 i 154
: ? . der .2?i
1 General El?
21 i". irton .
I ndee Mfg .
110 In- ; C< m- nt. . .
300 Int Prods.
2.'. T ..' i lonnor . .
7 : Llbby .
11 "???us .
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do pfd..
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98 Sat Leather
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10 Ohio Bo :??
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20 Waldorf . 19 19
1 n.i 'A altham Wch 21 21
1 30 Walworth ... : - ". 18'
25 'Ann-, n 1st pfd 30 30
Bond?
ji 000 Amn Tel 4s. . . 7? " !
18000 I arson 7s.105 ;4 105 ;
C. J & S i"1 ? ' ? '
5000 Miss Rlv Pw 5s ~?' 7-.
1000 N'w Bng Tel 5s 84 8 1
1000 Western Tel 5s 80 80
Boston Curo
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78
103
Ai z Extn. . . 3
A ? . Silver 16
B..S ?- -Mon 4 0
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1 Ihiel !'? i. 3 '
Crown Rs\ 10
?'??..-. 111 w .40
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Kortuna ... 3
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[loi ., Oil. . . 6
Iron Bli as 20
Iron Cap.... 8
La Rose ... 20
Majestic .. .10
M-x Met ils
Mid Moss
Monarch ... ?>
Nat L & /... 2
Nev Doug... 1 6
N : x 0 .i
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Silver li- ef 6
Un Ver Ex t. 2 9 29*4
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200 -I . pf . :'l;-j ''I 's 91 Vi 91 -
100 Briscoe . ... 15 15 1 j : "
1 ... 1 'ase Pl< w . 9 4 10
20 Chl TItle&Tr.206 206 2"-: 206
30 ? ludahy - ? ? ? 664 65Vi 65 4 65 '??
225 Contl Motors. 7 -S 7% 7 '??, 7'-4
30 Deere ?- Co pf 93 93 93
60 Hart S A M 75 75 75 75
435 Llbby . 11% 1-2 11 ?i 1.
. :- . Light 7 7 7 7
; ni Ward .24 :i-, 2 \ 24%
: 1 do pf . ? 99 Vi 99 Vi :? ' '? 97 4
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210 Nati i.eath, 1 "s 94 9 \ 9 '?*
PIS V. Ig "A - . 254 25 25
Motors 22 '-5 22'? -2 '? j 22 T<
rs Roe 10 '. 10 V? 109 110 4
Shaw .76 76 14 76 76
..- v. .31 \ 31 >4 ' ' 4 ? '?
; ; 1 Swift tm -..?;. 29 2914 - ?
Swift & Co 106 106 106 ?4 10:
3100 L'nlon Carb . 60 4
do rts . 1 "s
25 'A rlgley . 744
Bonds
;: ? ) Arn ur 7s . . 91
M tE K) ??'?:4 s 4 4
U - en Gas 5. 67 Vi 67 Vi ? ? . 57 .
Swifi ist -1 '??; 4 si s? '?*
Detroit
19 10 ' 'onl Motors .. 7 4 ' '. ' ' 1 1 '?
6c ??' ? dt Bdl ion '? 4 '? ; 364 96 ',
-. : ord .... ? 317 : S
i,? Line In .194 394 ? ?
300 Nobl ? . 110 J.10 1.10 1.10
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Railroad Bonds
Improved earnings due to advanced freight and passenger
tariffs, lower operating costs and the general rehabilitation
of the transportation industry may be expected to lend ad?
ditional attractiveness to railroad bonds, especially as mone?
tary conditions resume a normal basis. Among long term
issues possessing the qualities of marketability and attractive
yield are the following:
APPROX.
DUE YIELD
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.
4 First Cons. Mtg. Gold 5s 1939 5.60%
Florida East Coast Ry.
First Mtg. 4Vs 1959 5.80%
Cleveland, Cincinnati,
Chicago & St. Louis
(Big Four)
Gen. Mtg. 5's 1993 5.85%
Virginian Railway
First Mtg. Gold 5's 1962 5.90%
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati
Chicago & St. Louis
(Panhandle)
Gen. Mtg. 5's 1970 6.00%
A brief description of the salient features contributing to the desirability
of these investment issues mill be sent on request for K-67.
HUGHES & DIER
v?^^.k.,. J Philadelphia Si ck I hange?Pittsburgh Sto k Exchange
jaerr.oers j Chicago Board Trade_Vev York Produ
42 New Street, New York
Telephone Broad 5140
FIFTH AVL OFFICE HARLEM OFFICE
SOS Fifth At?. 67 Weit 125th St re?
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PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGH i LEVELAN'D
Acme Coai Mining Company
A Dividend Paying Coal Company
Listed on the
New York Curb Market
LEFF BROTHERS
25 Broad Street New York
Pittsburgh
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