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Irregular Trend
In Quiet Trading
On Outside Market
Oil Shares Continue Weak
Under New Selling and
Lack of Support; Prices
Move in Narrow Range
Prices fluctuated within a narrow
r?n?? yesterday and at the close pre
s*nt?d *n irregular appearance. Many
independent oil share* continued un
(-eT prMsnre, although others worked
un iSishtiy on <-"v*rinfr.
International Patroletaa sagged be
'?ozi 13. * ncw *ow ^or *ft* movement.
while Anglo-Amerionn \ielded a small
oe stocks held
r.nd Carib Syn
gained fractioaally.
Indus-'ias wrore agaia negltvtcd for
th? BW** part ?nd E&terwt has grad
M\]x ? il Clen Alrf^n Coal,
which holds ?bov? ?!!. United Rrtail
[ropped another traction to 6H\
Industrials
Kji^ Open. High. Low. L?pf
" -M ?Acm* Coft! . . m \ % 1 H ! %
. :ms Paek. . ?H ?fc 2 2 '
Ufg ... 18 1B. 16 itt
'?H 13? 18% IS^S
tM*Al -1 81 81 81
1% 3
trtg... IK IH IV 1 Vi
t09t| 1?(H4 io.iij 100S
pt v | 19% ^ "9%
k. 28 M S8 38
?: is 43 4'. 4!
i 36 H 3* K6
? 1S% HS IS-% 14%
:?' 41 % 42 41% 41C
l?o*lnt Rubber.. 2% S% SH 8%
jao": < > ? "H 7H
lac Mo c; a is is is is
a % ??% % %
iti ?!.-: . 40H *0H <0% 40%
1WP? ?. H % % %
M00*Badla Co .... 1% 1% 1% tjk
I 2 % 2 2 %
?eoSo Coal ft Ir.. S sh s su
Rub., ih 1H 1H 1H
llflft*: . 41 42 40 40
IH IS 1% l*i
6% 6% $14 6 V,
? Quxn. % % % %
tteifW S:v. Ch?m % l % %
PW Davies.. 26 26 26 26
H0?wmya lst pf. 14% 1414 14H i.1%
Standard Oils
t Open. Hi?h. Low. Last.
700 ?Ar.ar-Am Oil. ? 15% 15 % 16%
10*111 Pip* Llne. ? !?:< 163 Ita
2W0'?t <"> Co Tnd. ? 65 88% 64 %
? O Co N T. ? 214 J9? 310
10 *Yacuu:n Oft.. ? 282 2<i.l 262
Other Oils
gaies. Open. Hirh. Low. Laat.
2000'Mien OU. 4 5 4 4
t re: G.i.s. BH 5H sh g%
4M**Boom Oil.... % % % %
2J00*Carib Synd... 5% 8H 5% 6H
. ? 'i-. S R T Sh 14-H 14% 14% 14%
150?Clrfes Serv...l29 131 129 131
?do pref_ 49 49"% 4S 49
lpnn ?Calurr.b;* Em 1 ? 1% 1 1%
J?'Creole Synd.. 3H SH 3% SH
1200'Pennv Oil... % ft % X
soo?E;k Baaln P. 6% 6% 6% 6%
1000 Federal Oil. . 1% 1% 1% 1%
. 100 "Fer.sland Oil. 10 10 10 10, '
BM ??'Iranada Oil. SH 2% -H - H
M00 "Gufr-GiU Oil. 10% IOH 9V, 9%
?oeo "Haison Oil.. % % X *\
18M*Int Pet. 13 . 13 12H 1X%
ne ftan. % % % %
700*L!v:nfrston O. 32 32 13 32
3S<*0 ?iiaracaibo O. 2;i 23% |3 2.1 H
Oil_ i IH l IH
l?i*Mountaln Fr. 8 S 8 8
: b!e O & G. 2^ 22 1? 20
M0 ?Prod & Ref.. 3% 3 % 3 H 8%
S00 *S?!t Crk (n). 10 10 H 10 10 u
M0*Stoma Pet... T% 7H "% 7%
dly Oil. 3H 3% 3H 3H
W8*Tex-Kan Oil. % % % %
Jl?00?Texon O 4- L % % H *+
1000 'Un Tex Pet. -S H -fV H
S0O*Zapa:i P&R ih IH li*' IH
Mining
Bai?s. Open. Hlsh. Low. Last.
2or, a;-Bt Col Met % % % %
H0 *A!var M & M. 4 4 4 4
1000 'Amer Mines.. 1% 1% 1% 1%
n?0?tAr Parag M. 55 66 54 56
SS00"tBel St 'a p) 2 2H 2 2
Sr.OO'+Eel Dv (a. p) 3 SH 2H 3%
S600 ?+Boo;h . 3 3 3 3
: Mont. 5? 59 57 58
onia .. 9 io 9 lo
3600 ?Carde'.ana S. 32 33 33 i"
? Hiv C 2 2 2 2 -
2800 *vCasaboy _ 44 5 4H S
2300 *Cortez Sliver. 74 V? '73 76
1380 *Crackeriaefe .4 5 4 5
MOOCreason Con G 1^ i\% 1+i 1%
4Hftr. J51v Ext (a p) 25 26 25 25
B000 Emma Silver. IH IH 1% IH
N ur Cr V Co 30 SS 30 s.i
-x.'ireka Hol'.y 1.& 1^ 1^ \^
3500 ?tGo'.d Z TMv. 14 14 13 13^j
Ooldf Oha.. *-% 7 6 7'
3200 *+Gold? Dev... IH 2 1 \i 2
4000 ?Goldf Flor . . 25 30 25 27
?00*tHarmtU DM 9 10 9 10
650Hecla Mng- ... 344 4 ?,l% 4
1800 ?Lone St C M. 2^i 2H 2H 2H
MacN Cr li. 8 S 8 8 '
1500 ?fMaoNam Mg 15 16 14 15
Inth C (old) 6 5H 5 5
11000 ?Xat Tln Cor. % % H A
14 *N J Zinc-120 120 120 120
BOONtpisalng Min. 4H -IH +H 4%
1000O S M Co (n) 12 12 12 12
1000 Prince Con.... % % % %
3200?R,':d Hills Flo IH 2 IH 2
100O Rex Consol... 7 H 7H 7H 7H
3000?3!lv-r Hills.. 20 20 20 20
"do Ext. 20 21 20 21
?":"'?"'"vSilv K Div. 11 H 1
3400*tSil M of Am 1ft IH 1ft IH
MWafWlvar P'.ck.. 4 4H 4 4%
Stand Sli Ld. H H H Vs
3200 ?tSuocess Min. 2 2H 2 2
2800 ?Suth Div_ 1 IH 1 IH
500 ?Taliapoosa S. H H H H
3T5?Ton Belmont. 1ft IH 1ft IH
275 "Tonopah Div. 1ft IH 3ft 1%
3*0Tonnpah Ext.. 1ft 1V4 Ift 1%
;nopah Min IH 1% IH 1 r
1800T3n Eastern... 2H 8X 2.7, 3H
?3W?tVtc D (ap). 2$ 8 24 3
WOOtWeat End C. % % U i3
Mfl?-W-eBt rtah C. 20 20 20T* 20
1600 tWh Cups M. 6 7 6 -:,' ?
8600Wllbert Min . :.'. 2H 2 2H
*??Tttkon Q Al. 1 1% 1 i'i
Bonds
Ba!*s m? omlttad). Oi*.-n. Hif-h. Lnw. Laat
19*Ai Packers 6a.. 4m % 4;i*i, 40% 40%
JJ'A T & T 8i *J1 ii !?*i 87% B7%
H> ?do 1924 ... 98% 96% 95 7^ ?;?.;
I 82% 92 92
7?^r-"'A 0 7^"*.* 97^ 9Va* 97% 9*%
, Armour ?a .... 94% 05 94% 0 1*4
I *Batla SU 7s *2J, ns 9ri 90 9?
17 'do 7i 1935... ril2 *Vh 92*s, 92*; 91%
,1!?*= 100% 1"(IH 100% 100%
?*Chl *. stn 6%S..101% 101 % 10114 101%
f? !-=r.M 0*8 8s...100 100*4 100 100%
MjChl * E ni 5a.. 99*4 ?*% 90% 80%
M?Cap Ex A Ss "23 99% 99% 99% 99%
-?*':?. 8a 1521... 93% 99% 90% 99"t;
J*Brnp G ft P 8a. K 14 ft?$ **?>% gq&i
J'.2al,'na S'a" O Ts 93 Vi ??% 93% rr-'n
lM2': n 93%
"?ouif on -B. n&u, ? ?5-4
193?. . 98 9S :-.s gg
?*Hnmble Oil 7s. 95 95% 95 96%
????? R t 7a.... 72 7.1 7:t 73
5*i.!h McN & I, Th 9 5% 95% 95% 95%
1 ??"-'"" 3 (8 yr) 9'*'^ 96% 80% 96S
i Solvny it r Sa. , ? C B7*tt B7* 87%
tt2?tt| < 83% 9B% 95%
iSa&SS"' 'iV1 7?M% ?>??% 9*5 '^
?W"*BO NT 0%a'3a.lOO 100 9" 98%
i *?!<> Ta 1929...191% 101% 101% 101%
? "Mo 7? 1930...102-% 102% 102% 102%
-*? .?'* 7a. -J1 -*1 ? ?3
,.2,W,M G,,v *%? W? 8.1% 89% 83%
,r!Cv -allts-- ?"* ?S7* 9*"* ?&%
?"Troy Ln<lry gs. 97*4 97* 97"4 97%
?*J2?u-Jn* OH 7s.. 99% ino wjj t00'
?-? _'?* K;-c 7s.. 98% 98% 9H% 98%
?Cnltatad. tseiis centa per share.
-??-?**--??
Equipment Bonds
'Quoted on Income percantaj-e basis)
?v-irn*-. Rate. Maturity. Bid. Ask. '
Sil* * ?.. **-*? e% 1922--27 7.90 ?.4?
??t*ohfo..4% 1921--27 f.25 6.76 1
Bn?," 1 A'" *^ 1921-\30 7 36 ?.S?
s"Tii!** ft & p. 4 % -5 1921--33 7 25 8.50
la
1921-'S3 7.25 6.60
7.10 6.90
??*!*" ,Nor' ?%-?-? 1924--29 8.60 7.09
-WMiajJ Pac. 0 mi-'M 7.15 6.40
CCc-'5- ?'? ?'* lMl-'M 7.15 6.40
?ftt, * St i,. 3 1931--J9 7.25 6.59
r?A?,^- 6% 1924--26 6.90 6.88
ttflSw? 'r 1921-'27 8.00 7.00
8?* N W ... 4% 1821--23 7.25 6 50
CSt i' k'V'A' S*? l?2f>-*3? 7.25 6. -5
??? * W,,^ ?- 5? WIX--M 7.25 6.50
? * Huaaotj.4% 10-J2 7.J5 g,78
g .}:A-S 1321--27 8.25 7.25
& c?ntr?i"" 5? im.-aa s.oo 7.25
^?ntral ... 4% i92i-'27 7.25 6.50
dl . ?% 192?-'S6 7.00 6.40
Kaa ClV.'a*** I 1925-':'.r, -.00 6.40
W'? AVa?u* 5 19*I-'24 7,60 ?.S8
da-*& Nash. 5 192i-:>! 7.25 J.58
****SSM4%-5 1921--28 7.35 ?.?0
do . 1;^ !9':-i-'.i5 7.10 6.50
Ktel-c ??,;'?,*- J 1921-MO 7.25 6.5ft
* r'cL.'Iii* !? l?*8--?? 7 25 6.4 0
NT-^in.V/n-* T 1933-'I5 7.25 f.SO
?TCJUai f 13 ??-ja 7.',5 ',15
^v- fc &t L,. 4^ 1921--28 7.30 6.50
??' V it"w'i."*i ... . 19S1 7.00 6.Z.,
Sorio*?-, **wh- *>-8-? -r'21-':JT 8.5-'
S^amviTni.'- I ?? 1932-^0 7.10 6.60
*'<??& rjr*. i;4'4 l'^l-"J3 7.15 8.69
'-.,!;...<, *% lf>21-'27 7.0n 8. .'i
du IU^-"--. 4% 1921--26 7,00 6.10
J'-'uWn' ti'" ' * l!?il4-:'S 6.90 8.40
?WtlP., - i^** ISSJ-'S'S 7.25 8.6U
? *r*c--.. 7 192<-'i6 6.IS ?,??
Day\s Dealii
The Market
One of Wn!I Street'a leading Invest
ment experts deelarod vosteidny thal
thoro is nothing inh?r?ntly wretttf with
the bond market but that it i? uufTer
injr naturally from the nervousness
^e?*ratt>d by tho extromply unsettl>?
ment in stocks. Aa soon aa this influ
onco is vomovi>d tteTraral improvement
in the position of fixad inteteat-bear
mc B?euritiea 5S anticipated. This
authoritrs thinks the bond market
should have at le .st another weak'a
reat from new offormjrs. The tone of
the penoral bond market yeatarday
continui-d steady, with compnral ;?. i i v
little presaure of selline in evidence.
Kailroad bonds were slisrhtlv easier as
a rule, but. there wa , nc~ weaknea^. ln
the industrial list Westinghousa Elec?
tric is were strong and higher. For?
eign government bonds held their
own. The Liberty ieaues were alao
lirm.
Tranaaotiona
Liberty 3%a. 194
do lst 4a.
do 2,1 4s, 1942.
do lat-2d *%?.
tlo lst 4%s, 1947
?o M 4Hs. i?*a...
do ld i %a, 1928
do 4i h ; :l3, 1332..
victory 4%?, 1923...
do 3%s. ?923.
Quotations
Liberty 3%a.
do lst 4s..
do 2 ' ????
Not
Htsch. I*>w. Last. chae.
88.52 28.22 S8.SS
. 87.80 M 80 BT.80
... 86.60 86.66 86.60
do lst-2,1 4Ha tm.oo 96.00 fltt.Oo
do lst 4%s... 87.94 8T.80 87.80
do 2d 4%s. . . . 86.76 86.66
do 3d 4H?- 91.4X ?L88 31.4'f ?.03
do 4th 4%a... 28.86 88.23 86.86 ?04
Ictory 4%s- 98.88 98.30 9S.36 ?02
do "
?.30
86.76 +.94
%s.,. 38.34 9S.34 9S.30 ?
Bid and Asked Quotations
Liberty Bonda.
8Ha? 1V?47 .
Ul to, 1947 ...
W 4 Hs, 1943_
lst 4%a, 1947. .
M 4%s, 1942_
3U 4%s, 192S. . . .
4th 4Hs. 2988...
Vlc 4%a. 1923. . .
do 3%s, 2838. .
Pre-war Issues
1? reg. 1930.
2s coup, 1930, . . ,
4s, reg. 1925 . .. .
*S coup, 1925 ..
2* Pan c. 1938. . ,
3a Pan c, 108?. .,
8a 1'nn c, 1938..
2s Pan r, 1938..
3a Pan retr .. ..
??s Pan coup . . .
Phil 4s, 1934. ..
Phil 4s, 3 925...
Phil 4s, 1988_
D Col 3s, 1883 J,
Yesterday.
88 88 .; ( S.80
8T.42A87.8Q
88.78 . 88.78
87.5801 37.80
88.76986.78
91.42981. ?8
88.88a 88.93
D8.36?98,88
98.364 98.38
300 ?100%
99%? ?
104 4*104%
104 ?104%
90% ?11)0%
99%*? 100%
99 \ li 3 OO %
98%dlQ0%
78 <8> 80
7rt ? 7S
80 ? 83
SO ? g;?
SO ? 83
Thursday.
8S.88?S8.44
87.42087.90
88.72 ?88.78
87.820 88 00
8&.?2?88.76
&l.4S<?iMH.r>0
B8 92? 88,98
98.38 ?98.88
98.38? 98.38
100 ?100%
99%? ?
1.04 ?104%
104 ?104%
90% 4-100%
99% ?100%
09% #100%
90% @ioi>n
7(1 ? 80
7fi ? 78
80 ? 83
80 ii 68
8 I ? 83
92 ? ?
Foreign Govt. and Mnnlclpal Bonds
(Interest to be added)
Bid. Asked.
Bt rgen Ss. rec ta . (15 u
Berne 8a . 98?
Christiania 8s ..'. -\,in~
Zurich Ss .'.. 9,;%
Argentine Intern 5s, 1945 .. " 89%
Belgian Ss..' .' ... 7 u
do 63. 9" *?
do 7%s. 1945."..".".'.'.'.' 98%
Sweden Us, 1939 . 83 '
Canada. 5%s, notes, 3921.. 99%
do 1326 . oii*
do 1939 .;.; 90v*
do 1931 . ? 86
Danish is A. 97
do B . . 97?t
D< nmii rtt Ss ..'.'.'' 09%
Chinese Hu Kug Ry 5s, 1951.'. 44 H
Norway Sa .l(n%
Cuba Hxtern os. 1944. 81
do 5s, Series A, 1949... 79
do 4 %s, 1049. " ' ' gs
Brazil 8s, 1<J41 .' "' 071A
chile 8a . ; ;>;,
Dominican R?public 5a, 1958.. 80W
French Gvt 7%a. 1941, w i_ 85
do Ss, lst issue . <>~
do Paris City 6s, 1931. . .
Lyons 15-yr 6s, 19:54 .
Marseilles 1", yr Hs. 1934
Bordeaux la-yr 8s, .1934 . .'. .
Copenhagen 25-yr 5Hs, 1944
Swltzerlind 8s, 1940 .
Japanese 4%s, sterl ln, 1925
do 4Hs, 2d series, 1925...
do 4s. sterling loan, 1931
do Tokio City 5s. 1953..
Gt Britain & Ir 5%s, 1831
do 8-yr 5%s, 1922.
do 10-yr 5Hs, 3929."" 87S[
do 20-yr &%s. 1937. g4T*
Mexico exter ster Bs ot '99 '45 47
do gold 4s of 2004, 1954 ' 35 V
Italy 5-yr 6%s, gold bonds'.','.*. 86%
Sao Pauio 8a ct . 95
(Sales)
Sf.f.. 88
99 H
T|*
78H
f4H
84%
84%
88 %
58%
89%
. .11
86%
1945
TJ S 4a reg
1925
4 -105%
Argentine Gr
ss 1945
3 -70
Chinese P.y 5s
1961
1 - 45%
1 -44H
City of Ber?
gen Ss fcemp
rcta 1945
1 .... 94%
6 - 95
1 - 96H
City of Berne
41s 1945
1 _ 9G%
3 _ 96%
3 _ 96
City of Bordi 1
6s 1334 1 _103%
2 .... 80 IJap lst ser
1 - 79% 4Hs 1925
City of Chris "
8s 1945
1925
88
87
96%
97
70
97%
9J H
98%
83%
90%
81 %
90%
86%
98 %
!^
99%
45
100%
82
79%
7o
97%
94%
81
9r?%
97%
98 A
i 9 %
81)
80
74%
H?4 H
85
8V?
119
6 0
97%
871}
84%
48
37
86%
95%
S6%
Prench Bep Ss| K of' Norway
Ss 1940
1 -100%
1 600.191%
1 -301
2 ....100%
2 -100 %
Bep of Chile
Sa 1941
23 .... 95
10 .... 94%
2 - 95
1 .... 94%
8 - 94%
11 - 94%
20 .... 94%
R"P of Cuba
5s 1914
1 -79
1 - 96%
1 _ 96 %
City of Copen
hag?n 5 H?
1944
1 ..; . 7 r.
10 - 74%
City of Lyons
6a 1934
3 _80
a .... 7s%
a .. .?. 78 %
City of Alara
6a 1934 '
1 - 80
City of Paris
6s 1921
7 _ 99A
206 .... 99H i
5 .... 99 A(!
1 _ 99HI
1 - 99HI
1 _ 99^r|
City of Zurichi
Sh 1945
1 - 97 ;
4 _96%;
PanishC 11 a
t ?olrt 8s aerl
A 1946
2 .... 97%
1 -98 I
3 _ 9
12
ser B 1816
10 .... <,'7%
Dominican II
5s 1958
1 - 81) %
Dom Can 3Hs
notes 3 921
99%
81 - 84%
2d ser 4%s
1925
2 -84%
15 ... 84%
atla lofcn 4s
1931
G - 68%
10 .... fig%
2 s6f.. 68%
3 -68 %
K of Belg 8s
1941 ?
97%
37%
4 - 97%
6 - B7%
1 - 97%
4 .... 97',
2 .... 97%
? t r%s j p
M rcts 1945
I .... 98%
4 .... 08%
103%|State of ?
Paulo s t 8s
1936
,1 -95
U K of Gt B
& I 6%s 1929
1
1921
5 _
1922
25 ....
1 600,
1 _
1337
1
2
1
88%
87%
87%
87%
87%
87%
S7%
99%
39+J
99%
. '>"! ?'
1 .... 98%4 2
2 - 98 % r 2
13. 98 H 2
1925
* 84%
V S of Brazii
Sa 194 3
?i .... 37%
.... 37%
.... 97 %
.... 97%
.... 97i,4
500. 98
- .... 97%
98%|U 3 of Mex 5s
SHI 1346
1
19
98 % I 3.H
98 H] 9
92%
92%
92%
97% !K of D?nmark
1929
3 .
I
90%
30%
80%
Ss 1945
1 s6f.
h ???
99%
99%
98 H
99 V
99%
??%
93%
47
4G%
47%
47 H
47 %
1 _
5n 1926
1 _
1331
2 .... 99%
t ... 99%
K of Rwodon
6s 3.333
1 _83%
j 2 - 83%
91% JK of Italy
6%s ser A
88
4s 1954
2 - 35
4 .... 85%
W Y City 4%s
1957 May
3 2 .... 88%
IVovember
, 1 - 87H
99Hj 4Hs 1963
4%s lV67
4 - 87%
4%a 1969
7 .... 32%
3%s 1954
November
9
' U7?J) OCl A ,5 .... |U
Railwav, Other Corporations
Adams ICxp
4s 1948
1 - 59%
A-m Ag Ch
I 1924
l .... 93%
uolt 6s
1347
18 - 76
3 .... 76%
Am T ,t T
cv 6s 1925
1
L Sr.
1952
N 43
3 6
97*
68
67
67%
.. 67%
Atl Frult Co
la tem sf cv
1934
8 ...: 42
1 - life
Atl Ref db
8%s 1931
2 .... 99%
99%
87%iBait i? Ohio'
88%
88
1 .
4 %s
3
... 81%,'
?? ?1%
:
... 28%
col 4s 1329
1 .... 78%:
trmour Co
l'-.a 1838 I
1 ....;',
I B V gn.
4fl 1935
4 .... 74 '.,
5 .... 74H;
I stpd 1
68 Hi
A Lj
85%j
L
A 0
19 11
rfjf 5s 1995
1 -?8%
4 .... 68%
1 - 88%
CV 4V4ja 193.S
1 .... 67%
10 _ 67%
10 - 67%
10 _ 87
1 - 67 %
SOld 4s .'148
I .... 65%
fi .... 65
1 - 64%
Siv 3 Ha .1925
b . . . , rs
1" - 77%
1 .... 77 \
77%
iBnth Stl rfg
5s 1942
1 .... 81%
4 .... Sl
1 Bklyn Kd gn
7s ser C 3 930
3 _ 96
Bvsh T?r con
5s 1955
5 - 71 %
Bush Tor Bg
5a 1960
3 - 74%
Canada. Sou
5s 1962
2 _ 82
3 - 81 %
5 _ 81 %
2 _ 83%.
Can North Ry*.
sf gold ib 7s
1940
.101
.191%
1 _101%
2 ... .101 %
1 _101
Cen Ga con
6.1 1945
2 _81
Can RR of NJ
81
19S3
T ,6 C
1953
nat
4:)
51%
[ 1 - Bl
li'aU T of Pa
100%; 7e 194&
-:on 4s i 1 .. . .108 I
1052 | 1 -108%
.103%!
t?53
6 .... U&J
93%
Cerro de I'as
cv sf 8s
1931
1 _106
2 _106%
2 _106%
? 3 _106%
2 ....196
6 _3 05%
88 ... .105%
Chea & o cv
5n 1316
8 -20%
9 _80
6 .... 7?%
tigs in Bonds
8%fIntbo It T rfc
1949
^
.... 70%
- 70*
A O cv
i**",l.
i 6*iu
c b A q joini
4b 1921
8 .... 99.88
80 .... 99.90;
C Ql \w-Btwfci
1 ?'.:?,? --H
3 .... 48%;
48%
. t P
cv 5s aer ls
2<)10
1 .... 64%
:i - 64%
1 .... 64%
l .... M%
rfp 4'iij 20! 1
I ... 59% I
CV 4'as 1132
1966
Int Mpi
tio 1941
84%
C M
66 M
06V
83
1962
7H
78%
85%
1 - 64 !
Kn 4s ser ii
1989
- 65
& Nwn 1
0
Ch
K?n City Ter
4? 1860
2 .... 69%
2 .... i;;>*.,
Ivr-ily Bp TJra
'Sold 8a 1931
lf _ 39
Laoletfo G of
St Ij lst. 5a
1334
Laolc; Steel Bi
1323
..101%! 1 .... 83*41
1 -101% 1 - 93
6'iS 1939 I Ss 1950
1 ... . US j 8 - 78%
3%a 1987 IIjsIip Shore 4k
1 _ 6.1 1931
Chtcasro Rwy 1 .... 79%
6a 1927 Lehiffh V coa
1. - 62%! ?%? 2003
C ft 1 & P gn 6 _73%
4a 1988 I 3 _73
1 - ?9%JLe-{ & East
rf-f 4s 1934 I 5s 1965
1 - 66 | .1 _83
?6 .... 64tt Lon* Isl
10 -6G%
3 - 64%
Chi Un Sta
6%a ser C in
ctfs 1963
1 -102
4 '*.?* ser A
1963
1 _ 79
C & W Ind 4s
1952
4 _ 67%
Chllp Copper
7s 1923
1 ....
6s 1932
5 _
19 _
3 _
<ls 19S8
1
?ro
92%
71%
71
71%
8 -71%
CCC & StL, rf
6s 1S29
1 .... 85%
4%s 19S1
1 -73
1 - 73%
Col Inilua 5s
1334
66 V'
2 .....60
l.oi-ll!ard Co
6s 1344
S .
Louis .<?? >.'j ?
7s 1930
8 _10.
2 ... .101 ?.
unl 4s IfUU
I
Ml'5
1038
4
. . . 7 9
Pet of D
iTt 8s
93
.... 93%
_ S3
500. 92 Vi
_93
.... 92-%
5 _ 9*!
2 _ 93%
IMIeh State T
Es 1924
8 .... 86%
ofldvale Steel
a.1,1
2!
3 . . . . 71 %: Bs 1336
Col A So 4V4S1 I -75%
1335 jMllw Gas L 4s
1 _.72%, 1387
1 C... 74 | 4 .... 81%
Consol Gas 7s Mi! A N lst
1925
4 -99%
5 - 99 \
1 - 99%
10 -100
2 ... .100%
4 -100 >..
Cuba. Cane S
OV <leb 7s
130
4Vis 1934
2 _ 76*4
M K &: T lat
4s 1330
10 _ 56%
2.1 4s 1990
8 _ 36
Mo Pacilic 5s
19G5
3 .... W
gnl 48 !??',
69%
69%
<;3 %>4 E .
?3%i ? ..
89% 10 .,
R? 2S ??
69% 10 ;?
??% M..b *
62%
52%]
62%
.61
. ,:.! 1 '
. 64%
. 64%
. 64%
::'.... 64%
1 .... 64 %
St L Swn lst
4.i 1989
2 .... 64ft
8 - 64
StL Svrr. Ter
5s 1952
2 _ 65'4
San A & A P
4s 1943
3 - 63%
Seab A L cun
Ss 13 45
11 . . ?. 47
7 .... 47%
2 .... 47
rfg 4s 1959
1 - 88%
ad.1 5s 1949
3 .... 3 0 34
4 .... 30H
6 - 30%
4 - 30%
1 - 30%
1 .... 30"',
Slnclnir C OI!
OV 7'is 1925
3
93
63
* 6a 1927
:; ...
4 - 92
, 1 - 92%
, . 52% 13 .... 93%
O new 80 Pac cv
69
|f% Montana
11, 6a 1343
Cuban Arr. S
col 8s 1331
1 .... 97%
1 - .97%
1 - 97*4
Del & Hud 7s
1930
l ::::io0i%* <?
D<n & R G rf
5s 1343
2 . ... 42 "4
con 4s 1936
9 <; 1/,
Pwr
884-,
Mont Trani
1941
2 s7f.. 73 V4
N Ch ,?? St L
6a 1928
3 . . . . 91 %
Now Or Term
3
X Y r>nt col
7a 1330
Pf-t
Ed rfB
1340
19
Det Riv T
4%a 1961__
2 .... 7 5 Va
Diamond JIal
sf deb 7V-8
1335
2 -102%
DuPont fleNe
mours 7',-s
1931
2 _ 96%
a _ 96%
13 -96*4
1 (5 _ 9 6
I/uqtiesno L
6s 1949
rfg 4%s
1 _
rf s 3 <~ s
3
a6f.. 8
1 .... 90 \
1 - 90%
1 .... 90%
Erie -rnl lien
4s 1996
4 - 40%
prior lien 4s
1996
1 - 63
1 - 63%
1 .... 62%
cv 4s ser A
1953
1 .... 36*;
cv 4s aer B
1953
1 -36%
cv 4s ser D
1953
5 - 40%
Ft W & D C
6s 1321
1 .... 98 W.
Gen Eloc deb
Sh 1346
11 -100%
deb 6s 1353
2 .... 84fc
23 .... 34%
Uoodyoar T .t
R a f 8s 1941
10 .... 99%
93
4s 1934
4 .... 74
M C 3%s
1338
1 - 60%
N T Dock Co
I 4s 1951
9"% ! 1 .... 68
SlNTNHi H
1929
20 _ 77
5 - 76%
rfff 4s 1966
8 .... 73%
6 . . . . 7 ,
Southern Rv
5s 1994
1 .... 81
4s 1956
1 .... 56
4 .... 56%
7 _ 66
Stan Gas & E
6s 19E6
1 - 83%
1004, Stand Oil Cal
. . .100% I T" 1931
. . .100 ! 1" ... .102
lis ] 935 1 _101%
. . . 88% 1 ... .102
... 88%jSt?-eI & Tube
. . . 88% ; 7s 1921
_88 ? x .... 92
. . . 88% ~ex &? Pac lst
. . . 88 ! 5s 2000
2 - 77
Third Av rfg
4.= 196 0
1 . . . . 4*.
Tldewater Oil
6%s int ctfs
1931
8 .... 91
6 _ 91 U
10 _ 9-tt
_, 5 >- 91%
tTri Pacific 6a
1328 '
'?' - 99
10 .... 1)11.4;
lst 4s 19 17
2 -78 %
1 s3 0f. TS
rts; 4s 20"R
* ??-. 73 %
tn Tank Car
7m 1930
1 -100%
n S Realty 4
1 5s 192 4
J 997
64%
6a 1348
3 .... 60U
n-c deb 4s
3965
1 .... 42%
N T Rys rfg
4s 1312
4 .... 18 %
Ctfs Of dep
6 .... 18 %
adj 5s 1942
5 _ 5
N Y State Rva
con 4^s 1962
- 63
.53%
36%,N Y Teleph 6s
12
1
10
99
2 - 99%
10 - 99
3 ... 9.)^
Gr Trunk Ry
of Can s f 7s
int ctfa 1940
1 ....100%
4 -100
2 -100%
1 s6f. .100
2 ....ino 14
Gt Nor 7s ser
A 1936
11 -96%
21 .... 96%
1 .... 96%
Jl - 96%
Es 1957
8 .... 66%
10 -66%
50 s3 0f. 66
9 .... 66
inc 6a 1957
%
1949
3 . ... 90
4V's ?39
1 C.T. 78%
2 .... 78
X Y W & Rn
4%s 1946
19 -34 *4
1 - 3 4 Vi
N'lagara P P
6s 193
1 . .
5s 193
3 - 86%
Norf Sr. W cv
6s 1323
2 -100
1 - oo,-*'
1 .... 99V.
con 4s 1996"
1 _ 75
1 - 74%
Nor Pacific 4s
1997
5
10
90
86|%
8 ?; ?*;
86%
8G ?-;
8 6 ?''
86%
8 6 %
86 %
7%s
98%
9? r-t,
93%
98%
76
6 -76 *.'
1 .... 764
tT S Steel s f
5s 1363
2 .... 9 1 ''.,
4 ... 94 aj
1 .!>??%
4 .... ''1 ?'?
,4^ ???? 94%
,17 .... ?)!:,
va-Car Chem
temp deb
7!3S 1932
2? .... 91
1. ....
*' ?_??
o a Rub
19<6
3 . .
4 . .
3 _
4 - . .
5s 194 7
99 1.'
2047
73% i 5
71"* Va rV'a Pwr
73% Es 1934
Ot No,
6%s l:
*T*\jj Be
7s*1941
5 3 %
.iolnt
36
. 96%
. 96".
, 96%
. 96 %
?H
11 Tel
9 8 \
111 Cent
1934
- 86 s;
98'
99 "
98%
37 lt .... 99
"7-4 Or A C*l ist
371^ 6a 3 9'""
14
89%
Or Short L 4f
1929
99'"
69%
99 %?
99%
99 ?;,
99%
99%
2 - 99%
vvest Pne 5.1
9r?I
7 .... 86% I J--'-? , """?
10 [.,' 5 70?' '_ 1 .... 78
? :::: ffHh^?? * ?nz&Sh0lc- ?'
.. .80%
rffr 4s 1355
1 - 72
4a 1353
St L & N ^
C* Jt 5s 1953
,3 -78%
Ind Steel 5s
1352
1 ???. 80% I
Tn*ho-M"t
4'^s 1956
10 .... i--;!
8 - !4 i
cffs of dep
13 .... 11%I
4s 1361
1 .... 68%
6 ....68
Packard M C
Ss tom 1930
1 _ 95
6 .... 94 %
2 .... 95 '"
Penn 7s 1930
1*1 14
.101%!
.101 %!
.101%!
10
2368
1 .... 68%
1 .... SS
5 .... 68%
1 - 68
W?nt I'n <Ua
1950
^,1 ? a? 81 %
?vTilsorTCo lst
6* 1941
10
pold 6:
1336
1 ,
3574
- 8 3
.... 8T|,
- 8 3
..... 82%
?s 1928
- 7 9 %
- 80
The Tribune printa aeteh day ?? ma
turxty dat.ee of all active bonda quoted
on the New York Stock Exchanne. Tho
return on a bond to the inveator dependa
upon three factora: the rate ef interest
the security bears, the market price
and the distanc- a/ th* maturity date.
To figure the jwf??t yield or, a bond ii
?? necessary to use yield tables, but the
approximate yield can roughly be figured
out by the following formula: Divide
the cloeing quotation on a bond into
the rate of interest it pays, and the re?
sult will be the annual return. lf the
bond ii selling below par you must
allow ?ho for the appreciation of the
principal. To do thia subtract the mar?
ket quotation from par, or 100, and di?
vide the remaindet oy tllo number of
years the -bond has to run before raa
turity. For example, if a S per cent
bond t? selhng ai S0 and haa ten years
to run, the anilUal return will be e.o'tf
What Things Cosl
Zu'-tari-iv.*. are cash price* in primary markets,
'<-??*"?? 1920rang?.
CHmmodify md imlt. Te&U-rtiay. day. Hlrh t^,.
Foons?? * uow*
Wh?at CSa. ? hardl bn . $1.63 |1.?2 $2 60 $179
Corn (N*. 8 j-aOttw) !.u. ,88/, J2H 2.3 P-i '94l,
Oats (No. 2 irhile) bu. ,491/, .46'.^ 1.50 'gg
Flour (Minn. pat.) bbl.,. 8.BO4.O 9.40 0,130? 3.50 18.25 B.00
Beef <famllv) bbl. 16 00 ?* (7.00 Y8.00t817.00 28.00 20 00
Pork (mass) bbl. M?00?24.5Q 24.00?24.W 47.00 29V)
Suga; latad lb. .0380 ,08*4 .23 '08
Coffee (No. 7 Rls) 18. ,. r.i. ,06 11-18 .1034 'ooV
Huttcr (Creamrry, first] !1?. ... J&90)MYz .i?^5.32'/2 .77 sp
Etrffs <fresh, lirM) doz.VtVl&XiYz J860.27ya -83 ,48V,
TEXT1LES? /2
Cotton (middlinir upland) Jb_ .1140 .11E!"i .43% 14'/
Print cloths (38',^?64x60). .06'4*j ,C6?fc ^26 !o7Vi
Bllfc, r?w (N'o. 1 Sln.) lh. 6.10 6.10 17.45. 8,00
Wool (fine Montana acoured) lb. .85 .85 2 00 nn
METALS?
Iron (2x Philadelphia) ton. B6.25 2623 53.51 33.00
Steel kill9ts (Plttsburah) ton- 39.00 33.00 65.00 4.L00
"not> lb. .Mi. .01'2 ,09?/j ,04V,
appev -not) lb.? .tiW/a -1287'/, ,W/a .12'-,
f****> ^.28%?.29'/2 .30? .31"" .68>'k .32"
H1DES?
? amoksd sheets) Ib. .1214 ? 12'4 ,54'/2 .151/.
?fty) 9 lo 12 Ihu. 2.50 2.50 10.50 * 2.10 ~
Ptds between par
>t'li be 10 points,
h Dividing ten
quotient will be.
t added to 6.66,
?r.ur-n., and the re.
will give you the
' ia :d.
iy'? \&u? Issues
?d of the Gna*
iW York, the Na
ny, the Banker3
Haris, Forbes & Co.,
1 & Co., E. H. Rollins &
;.ffbie & Co? and the
Dstroj ?npany has purchased
11,000,000 ?? per cont bonds of the
City of Detroit, due 194S, and $1,000,000
<>k, da? 194 7. The syndicate haa
also taken over the small remaining
hulance of bonds in the previous syn?
dicate ar.d is offering tho 6 per cent
bonds, maturing in various amjiunts
from 192.7 to 1951, on a 5.60 per cent
basis and the 5&s, maturing from 1931
to 1948, at par.
These bonds were issued by the city
for street railway purposes and were re?
cently validated by the Sunreme Court
of the State of Michigan. The decision
of the court handed down on June 0
referred to a similar suit in the Fed?
eral courts, in which, upon apneal, the
Supreme Court of the United States
held thnt the proceedings to authorize
the municipal railway and to issue
bonds wore regularly taken. The
Michigan Supreme Court also went on
to uphold the validity of the special
election held by the city April 5, 1920,
at which the voters by'a decided ma?
jority authorized the bond issue and
municipal street railway program, and
upheld the power of the city to iasue
the bords, assume' the obli-ration and
to "cQTivert money raised bv taxafrv ,
to tho construction of its s'treet rail?
way eystera."
R. W. Pressprich & Co. have been
awarded an issue of $850,000 State of
Idaho one-year 7 per cent Treasury
notes dated July 1, i (21.
Keane, Higbie & Co. bk offerine
$445,000 Bay City, Mich., 6 per cent
Union School District bonds dated
July 1. 1921, due serially. The bonds
are legal investment for saving*
banks in Michigan and are tax free in
Michigan and exempt from all Fed?
eral income taxes. The bonds mature
serially $=0,000, 1926, to yieid 6 per
cent; $80,000, due 1931, to yield 5 85
per cent, and $285,000, due 1936, to
yield 5.75 per cent.
??-.-e-.-_
Texas Co. to Acquire
Carib Syndicate Control
Plan Calls for Option on 51%
of Stock; New Company
To Be Formed
Negotiations have been completed by
which the pianagement and control of
the Carib Syndicate, Ltd., will be ac
quired by the Texas Company. A spe?
cial meeting of stockholders of the
latter concern, it was announced yes?
terday, has been called for July 7 to
ratify a plan whereby the Carib Syndi?
cate will sell all its property and as?
sets to a company to be known as the
Carib Company, incorporated in Maine
and having an authorized capital stock
ot' 10,753 shares, par value $25 each.
TJh^e _ Carib Syndicate, Ltd., will re
ceivfc in exchange for the transfer of
its properties 49 per cent of the capital
stock of the Maine company, the con?
trol and management of which will be
taken over bjy the Texas Company
through the selection of seven out of
eleven directors. The Texas Company
also is to have an option on 51 per
cent of the capital stock of the Maine
corporation, for which it will pay
$5,000,000 in the event that it shall
find it desirable to exercise the option.
The Carib Syndicate, Ltd., was in?
corporated in August, 1915, to take
over the business and assets of the
Colombian Petroleum Syndicate.
Markets in
Baltimore
Sales. Open. Hlirh. Low. I.ast.
210 Con Coal. 85 85 83% 83%
13r>Cosden pf _ 3% S'U 3 % 3%
10 Pavtson ("hem. 36% 35% 35 Vi 36%
30 Balt Tube.... 20 20 20 30
11 Fidelity & Dep. 100% 100% 100% 100%
25 Houston Oil pC 76% 76% 76% 70 ;
lOMohta NT Bank 18% 18% 18% 18%
10 United Ry. !>% 9% 9% 9%
5 W B & A pf.. 27% 27% 87% 27 &
Bonda
*lonn Con Coal 4%s 74 74 74 74
1000 do B9 . 78% 78% 78% 78-li
2000 do tis . 96% 96% 96% 96%
2001} rio 7%S .... !1">L4 '.n>-i 96% 96%
3000 Condon 6o .... 93 93 93 93
1000 Cent Rv 5s... Sl S4 8^ 8 1
1000 Falrm C Tr 5b 77 77 77 77
1000 Va Mid 5s.... 90 90 90 90
1000 Lake Uoland 5s S4 84 84 8 +
1008 Cn Ry ref 5s. 63 63 63 63
2000 do Ino 4s.. 43 43 43 43
Chicago
125 Armour pf .. 88 86% 86 86%
300 Armour Leath.12% 12% 12% 13%
30 do pf . 84 84 84 84
. 130 Beavortrourd . lo V* 13% 15% 15%
200 case Plow . . . 41-. i\ 4% 4%
100 Com*w Bdiaon.107% 108 107% 108
150 Conti Motors.. 5% 5% 5% 6%
55 Deere & Co pf 74% 74 Va 71% 74 Va
100 Otam'd Match OS 98 98 98
40 Iniand Steel.. 40 40 40 40
1300 Llbby . 7% 7% 7% 7%
25 Llndsav Ltsht 4% 4% 4% 4 %
100 Mitchell Mot. .6666
90 Mont Ward.. 18% 18% 18% 18%
1600 Natl Leather. T ?H " 7 Vi
75 Plck .88 Vi 83 % 23 % 23 %
35 Pub Svc pf . . 81 Bl 81 81
60 Quaker Oats.. 98% ?S % 98% B8%
130 do pf . 82 82 82 83
1400 Bears Roebuck 75 75 71% 72%
88 Shaw . 42% 42% 43% (8%
1200 Stewart Warn 22N 22% 22% 88%
2200 Hw'.ft & Ctt... 90% 90% 38% 89%
680 Swtft In*er... 88%-? 88% 23 23%
200 Thompson- 39 39 33 39
1100 Carbide . 43 43 42% 42%
25 Vesta Battery 24% 24% 24% 24%
60 Wahl . 41 41 40 40
235 Wast Knitting- 10% 10% 10% 10%
200 Yellow Mfg Co 97% 97% 90 30
Bonda
(000 omltted)
?26 Comw Ed lst 5s 83 83% 83 83%
(Hat El Ry lat 4a 47% .47% 47% 47%
I Swtft l?l 6?.... B6%. 86% 35% 85 %
Philadelphia
Sales. Open. High. Low. I.ast.
880 Btto Storaire.. 97 87% 97 97%
50 Keystone Tel.. 8% 8% fu 8%
100 Lake Sup Corp 7% 7% 7% 7%
IM Lehlgh Nav... 64 64 64 64
56 Ins Co N A. . 38 2.1 24 81
135 Phl Co ??> pfd U% Jl% ?ti_ |]i
1 ! dn 5 > ;i. ; : ? H 78
2o5 1-iiUa BI?l: . 21% 31% SlU 81 .
Advance in Wheat
On Crop Reports;
Corn Also Higher
Fear of Damage to Spring
Growth From Warm Weath?
er Factor in Covering;
Export Sales Disappoint
CHICAGO, June l?i?-Torrid weather
did a good' deal to-day to make wheat,
pricea advance. Closing prices wore
unsettled, 2% to SVfec net higher. with
July $1.31Vi to $1.31*4 and Septnmber
$1.24^ to $1.24%. Corn finished 2%
to 2%c up, and oatu gained iVi to l"4c.
In provisions the outcome was un?
changed to 2c higher.
Apprehenslon as to the erfe--t of hot
weather on wheat had relatlon to the
aprtng crop, and was Intensified by fore
casts that abnormally high temperatures
would continue several days. Another
bullish Influence was knowledge th..? first
threahlngl of the winter crop in Missouri
showed dlsappointing returna. Assertlona
that 750.000 bushels h;id been bought for
export by way of th" Gulf of Mexico
tended also to lift values. Offertngs were
light until the market had jumped as
much aa 5 cents a bushel in some casea
At that level houses wlth Eastern connec?
tlons became free aellara, und reactions
ensued. On the bi-ouks, how,;ver. demand
broadened out, with the July delivery dla
playing partl cular etrength as the day
renohed a close. Bul! leaders predlctod
that there would be no material accumula
tion of stoclyi during .luly.
Strengrth ln corn wa.-> largely due to
pn.isibllltl?>s of a droueht aoara. Oats
wofe aomewhat affected by reporta of crop
deterioration.
Dullnesa prevailed ln the provision trade
and hlndered the rnarket from aympathix
Ing much with upturna in the value of
grain and hogs.
$0.47*4
Tear
ago
$1.83 %
1.79 %
1.72%
Y-*ar
airu.
$0.81%
.71%
.71%
Tear
$1.63%
Grain Prices
Wheat
Teaterday'a Pr?vloua Tear
New Tork: f|o"? close. ago.
Xo. 3 hard...$1.63 $1.62 -
The range at Chicago:
Thursday's
Onen. High. Low. CIos-. cloae.
July $1.30% $1.31% $1.20 $1.81% $1.28
Sept 1.26% t.26% 1.22% 1.24% 1.21%
Corn
Teaterday's Previous
S?ir Tork: e! c!os?.
N'o. 2 yellow. .$0.N2% ?0..**2%
Chicago:
.luly.'.. .85% 82 ?
September.65% .63 \
Oata
Testerday's Previous
N'ewTnrk: elos-s. oloae.
No, 3 white...|0.48%
Chicago :
July.3.8% "^.37%
Srptember.40% .38
Rye1
teaterday's Previous
New Tork: close. cloae.
No. 2 West, f.o.b.*1.47 $1.4.*
Hour aml Meal
Yesterday's Previous Tear
ClC-se. cloae. ago.
Spg pt.SS.noti'X-u) $9.00?8.BO $11.75?12.2S
Cornm'l 1.85?1.96 1.85?1 96 3.60? 4.26
Rye- S.50?8.90 8.ti0?8.80 8.2
Braii. . . 24.50 1:6.00 42.75%
Livestock, Meats. Provisions
Yesterday. Year age.
Live beef. falr to
prime, 100 Ibs. $8.25? 8.85 $13.00(8)15.75
Dressed beef,
aides, lb.12%?.17% .159 .21
Live veala, com?
mon to prime,
100 Ibs .
Dressed veai,
city, lb .
Live ewes, 100
Iba .
Dressed mutton,
city, lb.
Live lambs, falr
to prime. 100
Ibs . 10.00? 13.00 1S.00?20.25
Dreaaed lambs,
city, lb.IR? .27 .26? .34
Hogs, 100 Ibs. [email protected] [email protected]
Dreaaed hogs,
bacon, lb.13%?.13% .29?.29%
Pork, bbl . 24.00?24.50 68.00
Mess beef. bbl... [email protected] 35.00?36.50
Lard. Middle
West, 100 lba.. 10.l5SpiO.25 [email protected]
9.00?13.0O 17.00?21.00
.13? .22 .2.1? .30
2.00? 4.00 7.00?10.0O
.063 .11 .li@ .20
Flnancial Items
Walter G. Kimball, formerly treasurer, has
b"en elooted vlce-prestdent of the C
Trust Company, and Arthur W, Hutchina
has been elected treaaurer, at lhe same
time retalnlng his present rule of secretary.
The V. 9. Mortgage and Trust Co. haa been
appointed trustee under an Indenture secur
Ing an isaue of $3,000,000 one year 7 per
cent gold notea of the MiryieapollB, St.
Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railiwad Co.
r
s
Salea. Open. High.
36 Phila Tt T_ 17 17
170 Tonopah Min.. 1% I 1 i
10 Union-Trartion 30% 30%
631 Unl Gas Imp.. 34-j 34%
30 do pfd. 89% f'f> "*-,
1 Toxlt Ry Sprgs 20 29
Bonds
$7f>i*?MI Tel Co 7a.103%
4000 K! & PoTT 4s 6S%
2000 Leh V cn 6h rg 1*7
1000 Pa Paas 4s tC. 58
11000 PM Cq cons 5a 73
2000 Hpan-Am Ir Sa 98
1000 Phila Ry 4s.. . 39%
Detroit
1035 Am Lt <fc Trac 81%
1200 Columbia Suar. 8%
1100 Cont Motors... 5%
88 Edleon . 92%
25 Packard pfd.. 6;*
175 Reo . 17%
17
1 %
30 %
84
69%
29
17
1%
30*4
34%
29
103% 103
85% 55 1
97 97
39% 38%
5%
32%
17%
75%
6%
92
63
17%
Pittsburgh
73%
83
Sales.
1804 Ark Nat Gaa. . 10
800 Carbo-Hyd pf. 8%
2750 viuf Gilleapie.. 10%
315 Lone Star Gaa 20
55 Mfa Lt & Ht.. 4-5
200 Marland Rerln 3
2'>0 Nat Firepfg.. . 7
10 do pfd. 15
25.) Ohio Fuel Sup 43%
358 Okla Nat Gas. 82%
19S L'nion Gaa_110
185 Westgh Air Br 91%
S0 "West Penn. ... io
110 Westgh Elec. 44
Toronto
Bid Ask!
Ailanac . . . . ?
Apex.?
Atlas. %
Bailey
Open. High. Low. Last.
10
3%
10%
30
45
15
44
22%
110
91%
10
9%
3
9%
19%
44%
1
15
+ 1%
9%
3
') %
19%
44%
7
15
4f;%
lli)
. 83%
44 43% 43Vi
110
s
Chmbrs Frl.
Coniagaa ...
Crown Rsv..
Dome Lake.
Grt Nrthn....
Gold Reef...
Hargrave....
Hollinger . .
Lake Shore.
Melntyre ...
Bll
Ab P 4 P. 3].%
At! Sug Rf 28%
B T L & P 8T%
Brmp Pap 30
CnC & F pf 50
Can C-nnt. 50%
do pf. . . ?
Cn Cn 81. [01 Si
Can 3 B . 10
do pf. . -
B!d
jMng Crp Cn %
3 .V-wray . ... 3
%|Ptarn Lake.. 5
5 IPoro Crown. X
10 Porc Tls.lle.?
2 Porc Imperi.?
AlPr ffi Dome.?
a 6 Teck Hghs.. 10
- 3 ITmisknilng.. %
1 5 |Tlimp Krst.. 4
1 3 fVao Gas ... J.
6% ?%,Wisap,;;a ...?
?-? i tirWeat Poma. 7
1% t%)
Montreal
Asit b: i
Sl% Do:-, Tvil. 13 . i
-" do pf. . . L0j*
23 iLrntd J.ul. 811
? 'MLMAPC. S2%
5-;% .*."a 1 Brew 50%
i):% Ftoatw Ltd ifi
8 ?->? , R nin Pa p. 9 %
-- BharoaTa .105
21 ISpan P. tr.. 6a %
4 7%. do pf.. . 71%
18 St! Co Cp. 49
Si I 60 pf.,. ?
Ask
1%
84
82 ':z '
84
71%
S0
reak in Cotton
Of $3 a Bale to
Lowest for Ju
October Contracts Al&o
Deprcssed; Show Losh of
$10 a Bale From Peak of
Last Month; Tone Weak
New low records for the life of both
July and October contracts were estab?
lished by a further severe decline in
the cotton market yesterday. July sold
at 11.10 and October at 11.86. or ap?
proximately $3 por bale, under the final
nnotations nf Thursdny and more thnn
$10 a bale balow the beat prica touchod
bv October ?n the bullish crop reports
of last month.
LtOtildatlOfl slacVtonsd n! trn>w? flsrtrreji
and thers wers ralltes of 20 or 30 points
rrom fhe Inwsftt, bwt ?*i? mstfkld w?aken>?d
aaaln in thfl Into frn.'!inir, clowln^ i-r\nv r'
n nrt decline of 44 to 50 points Broadly
Koonlclns-. !h? "??ilin.'?'i wm ntflhtitcd to
reports that Brlttuh ??: min?r? hs.i
? an aeeeptanea rf rtrlfee ?.^tl*m?>nt
proposaln, ?nd of cnntin<i<vj fnvorabla orop
eondttions ln th? South. Th"ne feattires
l?d tn further liquidation of oid i<>n* ae
'?oun's. whllo th?re waa contlmxMi active
Western nn.i Wall Street .-?* 111 n?-. Whtefl
may have been connected with tha un?
settled rtiling- of the stock market.
""srlsh waak-and flKurf* nrnbably con
trtBated to the late reaetlon. Th?-v
ahowed amaUer sptuneia' taklngra than for
tne aarne week laat year and an Increase
ln '"" v'a'ble suPPl.v of American cotton
HOUtnera mint markets as officialiv r?.
^?r,l w-r" unch.-inpr.Hi to 50 points lower.
with mldailng- ouotatlons down to 9.70
ln the Fort Worth market.
oulet ''.V;a^-mar'I',!? r"r ?P?f- ??tton waa
.... "'' ,6 Points !ow?r at 11 40 for
mlddllngr. NV sales r-ported
The range of prices:
r??e ?rn^hT? ctoSrac
: u.7o 11.77 nzi WHZiTTa ii:..
Aug
Sept
i icl.
Dec...
Jan...
feb,..
March.
April..
May.. .
1.07 13. Of
.03 13.lt
1349 13.!
11.8 0 ? 11.52 11 0 8
2.86 18.36 11.84 11.84$-- ijsO
I3.B2 13.58 11.88 12.o [email protected] 12.47
-18.260- 12 75
12.37 12.50?.- 12 97
12.50 12.84?- is os
12.88?- 13.26
12.95 13.01ft- 1-, 45
13.74 iTu iTTo itiffcz iS:?o
30Spo!^^^r?f'^-^|-1on nulet,
New Orleans ?ulet, 'ss'potmS kl^'a't
\0.7lie; Bales 136 bales. Moblle nomlnui
, 25 points lower at 10c; aaleani Savannah
"eady 37 points lower at 10 38c: sa" ?^
i?l\e-u?r *?T??'nt? lower at 10 B0c; aates
a^'^Oc?^!^^,^.36 ^.a?
Cotton Statistics
Teater- Laat Last
Port receipts... 27.576 18 313 fi v^
B*P??\ts . 60,958 4 990 6,S|f
S*S?r5n!K*0n"4'ni-Jf5 4.fi'4.909 6,104.890
38.869
9,162
7,300
9,100
N. T. StOOka.... 117.990 141.589
Jort stocks-1,016.332 1,618 109
!??'' r.efellJ,?---- 14,900 ii;4nb
int. Shipments.. 2?,::oo m 950
N. 1. arrivals. . 9 10 zoi
r^TPrlM?Oj,r'"b,0!,~pPot cott?n oulet atlS
points decline; mlddling 7 *7d ?oii.
,000 includlna 2.000 American. ImporS
* ?')l?- AmPrh:i'n 100"n- Futures opened
Quiet, but steady, 12 to 14 io?r ?*o"ed
Tufyly t'sW- r?M3 t0 :!T *olnts *""??
j , ?", ', !' '-"'tnbP'-. 8.20d; December
chester: Yarns Irregular; cloths quiet.
Cottonseed OH
nofhf&er4 th? Cl?89 W?r? 20 to " ^'^s
Kange of price3:
Re fined Sugar Declines
To New Low Price Again
A decline ln refined suaar yesterdav
***> l" ^ 811 the local litSSS;
carried prices to 5.60c less 2 per oent for
cash. another new low record for several
J-ears. The trade, however, seems to have
? ?t confldenoe ln the market, and the
increased demand exp.-cterl faii-d to rra
up to the close. Raw sugar prices
were unchanaed. Raw futures were irr^
isee
Bid
Alliance . ,\ . 70
tAmeric.an... ?
Am Surety 62
Bankers .... 285
Bond & Mtg.206
Bklyn TCo. .425
Cent Union...330
Columbia . . .290
CommarclaL. ?
Kquitabifl .. 270
Empire T. . . 300
Prmrs L & T.345
Fidelity _200
Fulton.260
Ouaranty . . . 2 35
Hudson .160
Kings.660
Lla wyera T.. .1.10
Law Mt?....ll?
fS?M N Y Title.
Aski Bid
? Mfrs . ......200
? Mercantilw. .190
67 JMetrpl.230
295|Mt.ff Bond. . . 75
31*fMut T W_105
468 Nit Surety..175
340iN Y L * T..560
300 N Y Trust.. .315
. 138IJN Y TUle,.115
280!Peoples _..375 890
? Realty Asao". *90 100
360 Title Ouar...30d 310
?IU S M & T. .390 410
370[tJ S T G. 75 ii
240:Walchstr _110 ?
? W & B &. M.150 160
? Lincoln Tr...l5? 165
HBjUntd States..860 K90
Includes AT Slk.
Ask
310
250
H5
125
1S4
825
120
122?
?Am-Ltd... 13 ft
d.> pf. . . 35
Am Mf pf. 79
A M & F. .160
Am Td pf. 3tt
Am Typ F 40
A D T X S i?
Atlus P C. 40
B B & Sip 80
do 30 Pf 6*
Borden's... 83
Bush T pt 35
Celluloid. . .100
Chl Co. ? ? 88
do pf. . . 95
?City lnvt 55
Crk W pf- ?3
*Ex aivldend.
Miscellaneous Stocks
15 li) L & W. 70
50 'Draper C..132
80 |lnt Sil pf. 90
180 :Llma L pt 85
3fc,N?l Cskt.. ?
4 2 X Co at pf 95
I'X J % w.120
iP & W pf. 80
|Pheips D..145
;Ry Bkff P
I do pf. ..
?BCHL.
?Sg Mf nw ?i
StLRMi!'. 16
ffitoll ? pf. 94
.Valvol pf.
i W & B. ...
lYale & T.
Bonds
40
45
85
97
75
105
au
74
94
80
138
95
95
110
124
99
160
80
77
61
40
ti
98
100
25*
Bid.
A G & S 6s 72
A P & L Bs.,6 7
Applr. P 5H..68
Co! P 5s-71
El P**o 5s..77
BM.
M R P 5? 77
NTr Bt P te.88 >?)
: D Lt & R ?8.72
iUtah 8ec 6s. 88
iVVis K.163...S0
AsUeA.
78 \4
88 tt
73 tt
83
S2tt
Eiecutor " Trastes
Chartered 1822
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Comparry
Nos, 16, 18, 20 & 22 WiUiam Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue
At Forty-first Street
New York
London Paris
Foreign Ezchange
Administrator GuarfeD
Member Pederal Reserve System and 5ew York Clearing Hoti3e
TUe range of prtcea:
Thuradav's
Open. High. Lo?r. Cloae. c!oa?.
June....- 2.85?2.95 2.90
July- 2.88 2.88 2.80 2.84&2.S8 2.88
Au?T. -- - - 2.79?2.8l 2.80
-Sept- 2.73 2.74 2.72 2,74(*t2.75 2.73
Oct. 2.?6 2.ij>i 2.66 2.66?2.86 2 67
Nov-- 2.?.-'?((/'!.?3 a.o-f
Dec-. 2.58 2.68 2.57 2.5803-SS 2.58
Jan. 2.58 2.38 2.56 2.54 ? '.56 2 55
f9b. - - - 2.B2tT2.54 2.53
?ar. 2.57 2.57 2.57 2.51f<j>2.53 2.51
May-- 2.60Qi.62 2.68
Keflned Futujxs?The ranjre of p'rlces:
Thursdav'-i
Open. H!<rh. Low. Close. close.
July- - - - 5. 15ffl????; 5 tQ
?u?r.- - 5.4G?5.55 5 40
Sept- 6.50 5.50 5.50 5.50-3(5.80 6.40
Oct. - - - 5.50?5.65 5.35
Coffeo Future*?The rang-e of prices:
Thursday's
Open. Hisrh. Low. Cloae. cloae.
June- - - - B.94? 5.96 5.92
July- 6.05 6.07 6.97 ?.08?6.09 6.06
A"ff.-6.26-?*!.27 6.25
Sept- 6.38 6.38 6.35 6.44(3)6.45 6.45
Oct. 6.56 6.56 6.56 6.58**6.57 6.59
NOV. - - - 6.70?6.71 6.7.1
Dec. 6.82 8.85 6.76 6.S5&6.8S 6.86
?'al1.-6.94?6.95 6.9?
f*?. --7,03?7.04 7.0*
Mar.,... 710 7.14 7.10 [email protected] M?
^,pr. ?- --7.20?7.21 7.23
Way. 7.25 7.30 7.2.3 7.28 ?7.29 7.31
Butter, Cheese, Eggs
Butter?Receipta were 13, 425 packagea.
Creamery, higher than extras. lb.
14c; extras, 82 score, 33c; flrsts, 29?32M,c;
s-ronrts. 28 ? 28'~,c ; lower fjradea. 230260'
ausalted, h;p-her than extras. 35 ???
extras, 34*4?85o; flrsts, St??83*4c: ser
?ri*?-.->2,6i?'!!9c: /tate dairy tubs, flnaat.
????J W s?,?? to ^rimp. 2*?3lc;coTa
?Z?. o^r1?-"- iar::"s- current male*.
nrsts. X3?24c; seconds. I9"6@30c; low?r
grades, 18?19c: packing stock, Current
make. No. 2. U*4?20c; No. 3, isuc
lower grades. 16?18o, "*?<*.
Cheese?Receipta were 5,133 box?s Stari
whole milk. short held lb 15? sS/e
i44@>ioHo; lower grades. 10?14C twins
freah ?Paclala 16?16c; averlsgrVk', U*?
16C, Wlsconain. alng-le daiaiea, fresh, 16?
vV,?^ f"!oi? ***?*>?. fresh. 15* ?16*
Young Amencas. fr-sh, 10ft ?17c ? aklma
iresh^spedals. 104@uc; prime to choice;
.a!^j^rK,Scf'pta w*rp 2M?S <*ases. Fresh
gathered. extras. dozen, 31?32e' ev*~L
?OMo: flrsts. 2m?27^c.CSeeonds
--n-'e, trade egg;.-!. Slft?23V4c dlrtiei
Mffi" -*X?? ??; '? x? -'?
30@21c, checks fair to choice. dry, 20?
"Hc; state, Pennajrlvanla and nearbv
Weatarn, hennerju whites P-::n? rV-,
Uxtra flrsts. 34?36c: firaia. 38@33cjfath:
: ?^a.a^7?4'i,26?!8C:/,ac*flc Co*** &><&
i extias. 3i@28c; extra flrsts, 34?38c Brata
gathered white,. 27?82o; atata. ivnV?5v?:
S2tm SSVZ**, Astern, hennery bro^S,.
extras, ...,c..4c; gathered brown and m xed
coiors. graded -xtras, 31?32c flratS t, \
tra nrsta, 25 ft ?30c. *??--*?? nri,li* u> ?
Lift Ran on Wheat Imports
PARIS, June 17.? Prohibition of tbe
importation of wheat and cereals will
be abolished on August 1, accordine to
a decree published in thp Official Jour
nal this morning.
llaneons Ma
Steel and Qrdnance StockB
. ? ^'d Asked. r-j,i a.i,?h
Am Brass. 153 157 (Em S & L 20 30
Atlas Pw.113 119
?Bab & W10S 108
Carb Steel ? 20
do lst pf SO 65
do 2d pf 25 30
Colt A. . . . ;io :;,-)
Du Pont. .112 118
?do pf.. 68 70
East Steel. 15 25
?Ex dividend.
do pf... _ 65
?Here Pw.110 115
do pf. . . 79 SI
N'i'.ea B P. 50 5 2
do pf... Ha 90
Scov Mfe.SOO 340
Thom Iron 30 _
WnCor nw 15 25
Woodwd. . 40 50
Inaaranc* Companies
Am A!lnee..270 2SSiOrt Amer ...2X0 24
City of N T..150 170lHanover ... 35 ?
??J7T*Ul ?'?30? ??Hoam.330 3-.S
Fld A. Phoe..500 615,Nat Llt.erty.175 188
nta2klinxi--,?'7fl ?0^Ti?ara ....125 135
Oiobe tz R. .1006 ? Stuyveaanf.. 80 7s ,
Sngxr Stocks
CarSu*... l^^JMat-Am.. sT ^ \
si rf;iir- a* ,5 L*d? pf'-2s 35
do pf. . . 15 20 iMchg- .... 7 <
C Agruirre. 50 65 Natl.100 U?
tjrdanew 78 Tt NI Nlque.200 250
Oodchx .. 35 32 ISavann.h 17 Vi
Savannah. 17 38
I <"" Pf-.. 45
103 *Ex dlvidend.
New York Bank Stocks
Grt West. 1^0 175 .? do pf.. . 45 68
2J0
America ...175 185 Garflela .. 220 ,
Atlantic-310 220'Gotham ..'.".130 2A<".
Am Exch ...230 240 Greenwich...235 255
Battery ....155 168 Hanover ....788 T86
lowery .425 458 Harriman .."':, 856
Bway Cent..125 158 Imp 4 Trd 490 510
Bryant Pk.. 165 17$ Industrial . iss 175
Bronx Nat..150 160 Irving Nat..180 1S5
Butch&D..130 140'Manhttn Co.,199 185
Cent Mercl.. 195 205' Mch & llet . '>-)0 300
-Da?e^* W'-*SJS 3384Mtrpln.320 340
25*,* * S11*""8 *55|M?tual ...510 530
Chelsea Ex... ? lOONatAm.150 __
Chemical ...478 4S5 New Nthr. . .150 180
%uy ???.*M 830JN T County.lSS -
Coal * Iron..220 230 N Y N B A 425 43S
Columbia ...155 165 Pacific . . 30 -
^?;onial.SS" ?Park.365 378
Commeree .207 212 Public.240 250
Commercial.300 ?Seaboard ...220 250
Cmwlth ....215 ?Second. ... 450 _
Continental.. 120 ?State 2,0 _
Corn Exch..300 305 23d Ward.'.'. 200 ?
Comptn . 80 lOOCntd Statea.160 ?
EaBt Rfver..l70 ? lunion Ex ... . 165 175
rtrst Natl... 875 900, Wahs Ht.a. .. 225 _
E lllu Ave... 900 ?Torkville ...425 ?
Fifth Natl... 150 160' ?Ex divldend.
Tobacco Stocks
G W Hel. .163 168
do pf. . . 94 96
J S Young 85 95
do of. . . 88 94
McA & F. 97 102
R T T.. 70 78
Univ Loaf.140 ?
Weym B. .163 168
do pf. ..93 38
Chemical Stocks
^.m Cyn.. 15 20 (Hook El.. 65 83
do pf... 43 4* do pf... 55 65
Caaein Co. 20 45 JKy Solvay 25 70
DowCh... ? 200 j dopf...93 99
Du Pont... 7ti SfciMerrimac. 70 80
GrtzeiU ..130 135 I'MerCpf. 82 86
?Ex dividend. i.Mulfd Co.. 45 60
New York City Bonds
Form. Rate. Maturity. Bid. ABk. Yield.
Inter 4*ia, 19H7. 87'* RS-, 5:14
do 4!is, 1.965. >i7'4 S8'4 5 16
do 4"*s, 196'!. S7'* 8*1* 5 IS
do itja, 1957.... 87^ 8S-* 6.21
do 4Vis. 1968. 83 83 ?.J4
do i%3, 1964. 82 83 6.25
do 4Vis, 1982. 82 83 i 28
do 4>4a. 19fl0. 88 83 6.28
do 4*48. 1<>?0, op. 1*80. 82 83 6.38
llo 4s, 1959. 78 80 8.21
do 4s 1958. 78 28 8.21
do 4s, 1957. 78 80 5 28
Re* 4a, 1956-196$...._78 te s.j*
do 4a 1936. M 8?V? 6 30
Inter S'*s, 1954._ 70 73 5 28
Coupon jVss. 1954. 70 78 6 20
Re? S'rjs. 1950-1954 inc. 70 73 6 20^
do Z^,s, 1940-1950 inc. 5.50 5.25 ?
do S'-s, 1921-1930 Inc. . 6.00 6.49 -
Ree and coupon (aarlal)
4<His. 1921-19X2 Ine_ 8.08 6.48_
do ii*?, 1921-1931 Inc. 8.00 5.40 _ i
New York Stat? Bonds
Isaued in coupon and r<??sat?red form
not iotercban-feabie. Coupon bonda reeia
terabla.
, , Bid. Aak. Yield.
Cana! Imp 4*4?, 1984. 98 9S'? 4 57
Higrhway Imp 4Ha, 1988.. 86 S8>A 457
Canal Imp 414a, 1986. 91 9* 4 h%
Hu;a-?ray Imp 4Ua, 1915.fc 31 gt ^jj
Cattle Raisers
Soon to Receive
$50,000,000
Bankers Complete P?*oi
Arrangements; Biils To
Be Eligible for Discount
at Reserve Institutions
Plans for advancing $50,000,000 to
Western cattle raisers by a group ot?
New York and Chicago banking institu
: tions were completed yesterday at a
| conference held at the offices of J. P.
i Morgan & Co. Afte^ the meeting Mr.
J Morgan. who has taken a leading part
i in formulating the arrangement, said
i the credit pooling scheme will probably
j begin farctioning next wsek.
The papers are now being drawn
; and although it has not yet been derl
| nitely decided what form the advances
; to the cattlemen will take, the biiU
; will be eiigible for discounts at the
Federal Reserve banks.
j S. E. Ward, one of the vice-presi
{ dents of the National Bank of Com
i morce, and Erie P. Swtn?on. chairman
! of the board of the National City Bank,
i have been chosen to represent local
participating institutions on the com
j mittee of experts to pass upon the
loans made from the $50,000,000 pool.
London Metal Market
LONDON, June 17.?Standard cop?
per. spot, ?72; futures, ?72 5s; electro
: lytic, spot ?77; futures, ?78; tin, spot,
j ?167 12s 6d; futures, ?170 2s 6d; lead,
spot, ?22 2s 6d; futures, ?22; sinc
, spot, ?26 15s; futures, ?27 7s 6d.
--?.?- ,
Dividends
Stock
Pe- Pay- holders
r> . x. . ~ Rat*. rtnd. able. ofrec.
Butch & Drov 32.00 Q July 1 June 27
Shawmut Bank
(Boston) - 3.50 Q July 1 June 18
, City Investing
Pf.- ;? ????!*% Q July 1 June 25
3% _ July 15 j,,
Trumbull Steel..30.15 Q July i Jun? "?>
\,i;,\"f,T;v.--i'v':i ? Juiy i Jun.:?
Lnd *\Wb'n\Ve% Q July 15 Jun
W Vf V. ? o ' ' * * % Q July 15 June 30
W Far & Son
*,**..$1.75 Q July i Juno 20
vrucib.e Steel.. 1.00 Q Juiy31 Julv 15
Hudapn Trust..2^% Q June 30 June 21
Stand Screw... 5% q july i June 18
,^?PV",. 3% S-A July 1 Junei<
Cream Packaae.80. 30 Q July 10 July i
Plf-"?,-.-1^? Q' Jnly 10 July 1
Plerca OU pf. . 2% Q July i june 27
r k e t s
_ _ _ Bid. Ask. Tleld.
r., . ~? rar, Tor ms. 1345 r,i ?l 4 ?*
Higrhway Imp 4s. 19S7_ 85 H Sg 4 6"!
Canal Imp 4s. 1067. 8514 88 4.64
Hleh Imp 4s. 1360-'62. inc 863 88 4 67
Canal Imp 4s. 1980-*82, ine 15% 88 4 fi:
Pahsades I S Pk 4s. 1981 85tt 88 4 67
Barge Can Te- 4a,'42-'48 85tf _ ?
Federai and Joint Stock Land Bank
Bonds
Federal Fjrm Loan 5s,
19.18. op 1023. 971.; 3? e ,~
F-rt-ral Farm Loan 4*s. * 61'
Federal Fanr: Loan 41,1
?P 19^3. 89% 90% S 32
PtMleraj Farm Loan 4fca.
1937. op l'>22. 89?i ona' k ?54
Joint Stock Land Bank 5s. *
1939. op 1324.90% 91 un
Joint Stock Land Bank ia. b
1938. op 1323. 30<.i 33 6:5*
United Statea Treasury Certificateg of
IndebtednesB and United States
Treasury Notes.
. .? ,. B14. A.?tk. Tleld.
August, 1921.->00r* 100JL 487
?September, 1321.i00 i??E too
?September. 1921.io?? io?i 5 00
October 1921.100/, lOftX 5.05
?Uecember. 1921.100* 16*2 S.m
I'*bmary .1988.100 ioo? fi.37
?March 922.100* luoTJ 5.86
"June, 1922.jOrt 100,? 6 4?
"??. i??.lla lool, Ilo
?Acceptable in payment of Federal taxes
oe the dates of maturity.
Short Term SecnrUIes
Security, Rate. Due. Bid. AskTi<-ld
Alum co of Am 7a, 1925. M* 90% T*B0
Am-r Cotton OU 6s. 1324. BsS 89^ 9*0
Am Tel & Tel (5s. 1M2... 97 ? i?U gft*
do 15s. 192-1. ,-; g* T~?
American Thread 6s, 3 923. 94 ?&\ 6 9S
a*. ra, ija.;:.:::::; o5^ i;;0
do
1928.'.'99% 99%
7.IXP
7.10
Anaconda Copper 6s," 1929. 86* 87 L'?a
(Jo 7s. 1929. 93* J,., !"
BSr|A'r>.?lr r'dl I%"' 1925 U7^ W? ? 7.,
Bel Tel or Can 7s. 1325.. S3 5412 s .^
Bethlehem Steel 7s, 1922.. 99 2 74I
do 7s. 1023. BfrX f)U J B*n
Can Pac Ry (te. 1924. HU 114"* aftfi
Cent Argentlne Ry 6s. 1887 794*, mu m'?n
CR X 4k Pac Ry L. 1922 . 3?4 IJ^ ^'JJ
Con Gas of N Y 83, '21... Mo " i,;0u : '?,,
^;5;; x?!|:. 9?'* ?9* 8.io
ao ??, IJJo. 99^i 99^ si
Cudahy Packmgr 7s. 1923. 97
federal sug Ref 6s, 19S4 95 3* 740
B i- Coodnch con 7s, '25 89\4 91} tA,.;
Gulf Oil 6s, 1923. 9?? L 1?"i
Hocwna vaii.v u, 1S24.-; J|? g
Humbie OU ft r 7h. ltJ23. |SU ?2 0?"
lanertero R X con 7s, '21. fa3 T4
Kan City Term Rv Sa. 23 0*^ 9", u. ? ia
L*C G L lst & ref 78, 1929 90 * 91 % iV
Lig & Alyers Tob us. 1321 ??9 it ???. % %i
Pu1>S;r-X9lJconVs;-1922n^ *g* ^
H -i Iteynolds Tob 6s. '22. ?6*a ftS^, Tit
Kears Roebuck 7a. 1321.. a?j*Z 99?? ?"i7?
d? 7s, 1922. 37? ,^i? Jj^
Sinclair Cons OU 7^s, "20 91V i?i 9';?
Soivay & Co 8s. 1927. 97 89 i'V.
SoutHern Ry ?8, 19^^_ S5^ " ?-J?
SO W Bel, Tel 7s. 1925.. 98 "ti "j,
lwfftt??1.'?u*r'*"?"" ?** 96 ????
OWirt 6s, 1921. 99*? yq?. ik
do 7s, 1925.,;;: HZ II* ili
Texas co 7s. 1923. S8\ ai*L *M
Utah SecurlUes 6s. 1932.. 8? 87 i! --I
Ucst ?)ee coav <s. l?2i.. ?s 14 9S^ 7.38"
Long Term Secorltlea
Armour con 7a, ISSO. 94 w 94* T Tn
Atlantic Refln H^x, 19SI. 99V 100 tU
Oulf Oil 7s, 1888. ?2 5S2
Ka*uiecott Cop 7a. 19S0 . . 90 W 91*. a'4 ;
N Y .'<?:,! col tr 7s, 1930..100 l0o? I
Nw B<?li T lst mjf 7s, '4i
Penn R R 7.-. liKiu.ifft* loifc
do coll tf 5\jS. 1936.... 9S< 9K> g;H !
Stand Oil (Cal) Ia. lSSl..Saj2 jSg ^7
Stand ou .v y 7s. i92s--3l.ioo^ io]w Lll
D S Rubber 7\*a 19Ji>... ?8v? M*a TJR
vacuum Oil 7a. 1836..... 93 '4 loo fa?
Weat ?lec % Mf? 7s, 1931 ??*, 90^ ? ^

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