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IN FINAL TRADING
Run-Up .in Rock Island
Checks Heavy Selling
in Other Issues.
—ST! ART P. WEST.
to The Star.
NEW VORK. July 10.—The stock
market today ran into increased real
ising sales, with the result that the
price movement was more irregular
than on any previous day of the week.
Further advances occurred In some
issues, but they were evenly matched
by declines in others.c- (Jn the whole
the selling-side was the more promi
nent. _ r
Steel Report Is Factor.
The decrease of 339.342 tons in un
filled orders of the United States Steel
Corporation Was more than the Street
had looked for: It was preceded by a
decline in the common stock to US 1 , 2,
.against 115%. which was Thursday's
close. After the figures came out the
stock rallied above 11G. reflecting the
opinion that outside of the tonnage
statistics and the statement for the
second quarter, due at the end of the
month, the unfavorable news was out
of the way and had, therefore, pre
sumably been discounted.
Dodge Stock Strong.
Dodge Bros’. A made a strong re
sponse -to- the figures printed Thurs
day-'indicating that earnings for the
first half-year were running at the
rme of SS a share. The stock tyas
unusually active on the advancing
prices, reaching a new high for the
year. Other new tops were made in
Metropolitan Edison preferred. Gen
era! Motors 7 per cent preferred.
Spicer Manufacturing preferred. Un
derwood Typewriter, Hudson and Man
hattan preferred. Household Products.
Fifth Avenue Bus, Pheonlx Hosiery,
which was up nearly 3 points: Interna
tional Agricultural prior preferred,
which had an extraordinary rise of
12 points, and North American, which
at 54 was up over 2 points. Large
buying orders were in the market for
the last named stock.
Zinc Common Higher.
Public Service of New Jersey, on
Its earnings and dividend possibilities,
was exceptionally strong. General
Electric ran up over 3 points and Owen
Bottle over a point. The copper and
zinc stocks, for the most part, held
the ground recently gained, and there
were further advances in American
Zinc common and preferred of a point
to a point and a half.
Realizing sales made themselves
fep in the Virginia t'arolina Chemical
Issues, in Packard Motor and Pierce-
Arrow. which were both down over a
point: in United States Cast-Iron Pipe,
which was off over 3 points: in Robert
Reis, in United cigar Stores and
in Independent Oil atid Gas. The
weakness In United Cigar Stores
appeared to be due to the withdrawal
from the market of interests which or
dinarily may be counted on to furnish
support. •
Market Weak at Close.
The market turned detinitely weak
tn the later afternoon. This was
partly due to the unexpected rise in
money rates and partly to speculative
conditions—that is. the overextended
loan account and the unusual expan
sion of the speculative position In gen
eral. The tonnage figures of the
United States Steel Corporation were
not liked, and the decline of more than
Z points in the stock from the high
figures of Thursday had a depressing
effect.
Seldom has it happened that the
grain trade went so far astray in Its
advance calculations regarding the
corn crop. It had not reckoned upon
» total the third largest on record
which was rejtorted by the Depart
ment of Agriculture after the close of
business Thursday afternoon- Conse
quently there was a violent rise in
corn prices today.
.MARKET CLOSES HEAVY.
Profit Taking, Bear Selling and Higher
Money Are Factors.
NEW YORK. July 10 (^).—lsolated
points of strength developed in to
day's stock market, but the main
price tendency was downward. Profit
taking and bear selling were inspired
by the temporary stiffening of money
rates, a disappointing United States
Steel tonnage report and failure of the
oils to respond to an Increase In Mid
continent crude prices. Dodge Broth
ers common crossed 29 to a new high.
Total sales approximated 1,150,090
shares.
The closing was heavy.. Spirited
bidding for Rock Island common,
which was bid up nearly 3 points
10 above 47. checked the decline in
the late trading, but not until after
United States Cast Iron Pipe and
been driven down 8 points and Uni
versal Pipe and "United Cigar Stores
about 5 each.
Markets at a Glance
NEW YORK:
Stocks—Heavy; U. S, Cast Iron
Pipe breaks 8 points.
Bonds —Irregular: further recession
in U. S. Government issues.
Foreign exchanges—Steady; Scandi
navian rates rally briskly.
Cotton—Barely steady; improved
weather southwest.
Sugar—Easy; increased offerings
raw sugar.
Coffee —:Firm: unfavorable weather
Brazil.
CHICAGO:
Wheat—Weak; bearish foreign news.
Corn—Higher: bullish government
report.
Cattle —Dull.
Hogs—Firm and active. ■ ’
STEEL COMMON STRONG
ON INVESTMENT BUYING
NEW YORK. July 10 t^>.—Recent
firmness in United States Steel com
mon is considered more than the re
sult of buying for investment than
for speculation, the increase in in
vestors' holdings in the second quar
ter from 3,718.175 shares to 3,789,272
being regarded in Wall Street as an
encouraging development.
The public apparently has been
buying the stock on the decline,
having absorbed more then 71.990
shares in the last three months.
Brokers’ holdings were correspond
ingly reduced from 26.81 per cent of
the total to 25.45 per cent.
74 RAILROADS ASK RATE
INCREASE ON FREIGHT
T.ITTLE ROCK. Ark., July 10 04*).—
Seventy-four railroads operating in’
Central, Southwestern and Western
States have flled a petition with the
Arkansas Railroad Commission ask
ing authority for a general increase in
freight rates. The petition sets forth
that the net income during the years
1921 to 1924 amounted to 3.55 per cent
on the investment.
Request was made that- permission
he given for a rate Increase to advance
the income to 6.76 per cent.
•- ■ »
A cynical man is one who has had
experience: a 'central wortin is one
*ho has had none. , . .~
FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Received by Private Wire Direct te The Star Office
Open. High, LOW.Clooe
Ahitihl Pew (a. <8 68% 67, 67
Adams Exp (•). . S 3 U 4 S 3 S 4
Adv Rumley 18% 13H 13% 13%
Ahumada (fl).. 10% 11% 10% 11%
Air Redue («). .. 10814 103% 102 102
Ajax Rubber 14 14% 18% 13%
Alaska Junes 1% 1% 1% 1%
Allied Chem (4). 91 91 90 90
Allis Chaim (S). 82% 82% 82% 82%
Am AgrlculChm. ISH 10% 19% 19%
Am Ac Chm pf.. 66% 66% 64% 65%
!Am Beet Spf(7). 87 87 87 87
|Am Bosch 35 35% 34% 35
Am Brk Shoett). 105 106 106 106
I Am Can (t7).... 194% 195% 192% 193%
Am Can pf (7).. 119 H 119% 119% 119%
Am CerAFdy (6) 104 104 103% 103%
Am Chicle 51% 51% 50% 60%
Am Chicle ctfs. . 48 48 48 48
Am Chicle pr pf. 91 91 91 91
Am Drug <6oc 1,. 5% 5% 6H SH
AmtPorPow.. 41*1 41% 41 41%
Am *FP pf (7). 91 91% 91 91
Am Hide * Lea. . 10 10% 9% 9%
Am Hide A I pr. . 67 67% 65% 66%
Am lee (T) 114% 114% 114% 114%
Am leepf (8)... 86 86 86% 85%
lAm Internatl.. .. 37% 39% 37% 39%
Am La Fran (1). 13% 13% 13 13%
Am Linseed 28% 28% 28H 28%
Am Loco (tl*>.. 114 115% 1V 3% 115%
Am Loco pf (7).. 119% 119% 119% 119%
Am Metal (5)... 50% 50% 49% 49V,
Am Radiator (4) 105 107% 105 105
Am Republic.... *4 64 64 64
Am Safety R (8). 58% 58% 58% SR%
Am Ship & Com. 6% 76% 7
Am S & Ref (6),-. 106% 106tt 104% 105%
AmSfcßpf (1). ill Hi 111 111
Am Stl Fdys (8). 38% 38Vi 38% 38%
Am 5ugar....... 64 64 63 63
Am Sumatra.... 8% 8% 8% 8%
Am Te’ATel (»). 140% 140% 140V* 140%
Am Tobacco <T). 96% 96% 96% 96%
Am Toba B (7). . 96 96 94% 94%
Am Tobac pf (6). 107% 107% 107% 107%
Am WTV’AEI 1.20. 62% 62% 62% 62%
A WW4EI pf(S). 107% 107% 107% 107%
Am\VWlit(7). 99% 99% 99% 99%
Am Woolen 38V4 38V, 37% 38%
Am Wool pf (7). 80 80% 79% -80 H
Am Writ Pap pf. 2 2 2 2
Am Zinc 8 8% 8. 8
Am Zinc of 29% 30% 29% 29%
Anaconda (J)... 41% 42 40% 41
Arch-Dan pf (7). 96 96 96 96
Armour Del (7).. 97% 97% 97% 97%
Armour 111 A(2>. 23% 23% 22% 22%
Artloom Corpn.. 42% 42% 42 42%
Artloom pf (7).. 101% 101% 101 K 101%
Asso Dry 0(2 %) 54% 54% 53% 53%
Asso D G lst(S). 99 99 '98% 98%
Asso 011 (2) 37% 38 37% 38
Atchison (7) 118% 119 118% 119
Atchison pf (5).. 96% 96% 96% 96%
At! Blrm A At... 6% 6% 5% 5%
AtlantlcC L(t«) 166% 165% 164 164%
Atl Gulf&Wl.. 62 52 61 -61%
Atlantic Reflng.. 113% 118% 113% 113%
Austin-Nichols..- 23 28 28 23
Baldwin L (7)... 116% 116% 113% 114%
BaltoAOhlo(t). 76% 76% 76% 76H
BalAOhpf (♦).. 66% 65% 66% 66%
BarnetL pf(7).. 99 99 -99 99
Barnsdall A. .... 24% 24% 2414 24%
Barnsdall B. 19% 19% 19% 19%
Beech Nut(2.4C). 68 68 68 68
Bethlehem Stl... 39% 41% 39% 41%
Booth Fisheries. 4% 4% 4% 4%
Briggs Mfg(J%) 42% 42% 41% 41%
Bk! Edison (*).. 134 184 134 184
Bk-Man T pf(«>. 79% 79% 79% 79%
Bkl-Man Tran... 61% 62U 60% 61
Bkl Union G(4).. 88 88 87H 88'
Brown Shoe (4). 99 99 97% 97%
Brunswick «.<o> 29% 30 29% 30
Burns Br B (2),. 23 23 23 23
Bur Add Ma(S). 81% 81% 81% 81%
Bush Terminal.. 18% 18% 18% 18%
Bush Ter de (7). 87% 87% 87% 87%
Butte Cop (50o). 6% 6% 6H 6%
Butte* Sup (1). 12% 12% 12 12
Cal Packing (6) 116% 116% 116% 116%
Cal Pete (1 % )... 28 28% 27% 28
Callahan Zinc*... 2% 2% 2% 2%
Calu&A(t2%). 52% 52% 62% 62%
Calu * Hec (50c) 16% 16% 15 15
Can Pacific (10) 141% 141% 141% 141%
Cent leather 17% 18% 17% 17%
Cent Leather pf. 59% 61% 56% 60%
Century Rlb (J). 34% 34% 33% 33%
Cero d Pasco (4). 64% 64% 63% 58%
Certaln-Teed(4). 61 61% 50% 51
Cerlain-T lst(7). 96 97 95 97
Chandler (3).... 36% 35% 34% 34%
Ches * Ohio (4>. 94% 94% 94% 94%
Chi* Alton pf... 8% 8% 8% 8%
Chi* East 111... 34 34 34 34
Chi* East 111 pf. 43% 44% 43% 44%
Chi Great West.. .11% 11% 11 . 11
Chi Gr West pf.. 24% 24% 24% 24%
Chi Mil & StP... 8% 8% 8 8%
Chi Mil* StP pt. 16% 15% 14% 16
Chi* Nwn (4)... 68% 63% 62 62%
Chi Pneu T (6).. 93% 96% 93% 96%
Chi RI * Pac... 46 47% 44% 47%
CRltPpf (I). 86% 88% 86% 86%
CRltPpf (I). 94% 94% 94% 94%
Childs (12.40)... 68% 68% 67% 67%
Chile Cop (2%).. 34% 34% 34% 34%
Chino Copper 23 23 23 23
Chrisler Corpn.. 103% 103% 108% 103%
Chrysler pf 113% 118% 113% 113%
Cluett Peab (5).. 64% 64% 64% 64%
Coca-Cola (7)... 117% 118 117% 117%
Col Fuel & Iron.. 43% 43% 42 42%
Colo Southern... 59 69 69 59
Colo Sou Ist (4). 62% 62% 62% 62%
Co! G* E (2.89). 63% 64% 63% 63%
Col Carbon v 4). .. 47% 48% 47 ,48%
Com Solv A f 4).. 92% 92% 92% 92%
Congoleum (2). ■ 26% 26% 25% 26%
Conso! Cigar .. 87% 37% 36% 36%
Consol Gas (5).. 87% 87% 87% 87%
Consol Textile■ 3% 3% 3% 3%
Cont Can (4). ... 70 70% 69% 70%
Cont Insur (S).. 112 112 112 112
Cont Mot (80c).. 10% 10% 10% 10%
Corn Prod (2)... 86% 36% 36% 86%
Crucible Stl (4). 68% 69 67% 67%
Cuban Cane Su.. 11% 11% 11% 11%
Cub Cane Su pf.. 61 61 50- 60
Cub Am Sug (I). 29% 29% 28% 26%
Cudahay Pkg (7) 102% 102% 102 102
Cushman’s (3).. 76 76 76 76
Cuyamel Fr (4). 66% 66% 66% 66%
Davison Chem... 35 36 34% 34%
DeereACo pf(s). 96% 97 96% 87
Del A Hud (9)... 148 143 143 - 143
Del L & Wn(t7). 140 140 140 140
Detroit Ed (<)... 124% 124% 124% 124%
Dodge Bros Cl A. 27% 29% 27% 29%
Dodge pf (7) 80% 82% 80% 82%
Dome Mines (2). 14 14 14 14
Doug Pectin (1). 19 19 19 19
Dupont (10) 179 179 178 178
DuPont deb («).. 101 101 101 101
ffuquean* pf (7) . 110% 110%-110% 110%
Eastman <fS). .. 108% 108% 108 108
Eaton Axle <2).. 19% 19% 19 19%
ElecPowr ALt.. 88 88% 37% 38%
El P*L pf (7).. 91% 91% 91% 91
EPALpf4o%pd 109 109% 109 109%
E PAL full pd<7) 110% 110% 110 110
End-John (6) 68% 68% 68 68
Erießß 27% 27% 27% 27%
Erie Ist pf 37% 87% 87% 87%
Falrbks (2.60)... 38 38% 38 38%
Famous PI (I).. 102 102 100% 101
Famous Plrs rts. 6% '6%. 6% 6%
Feder Lt (t 1.4«). S 3 33 32% 32%
Fifth Ave (640. 17 17% 17 17%
Fisher Body (6). 76% 76% 76 76%
Flek Rubber 20% 20% 20% 20%
Fisk Ist pf (4)... 103 103 103 103
Flelschmann(4). 90% 90% 88% 88%
Foundation (3).. 127% 130% 127 130%
Freeport-Texas.. 16 16% 16% 16%
Gardner Motor.. 8% 814 8% 8%
Gen Am Tnk (3) . 47 47 47 47
Gen Asphalt.. 68% 66 63% 65
Gen Baking <«).. 146% 146% 146% 148%
Gen Cigar (»)... 87% 87% 87% 87%
Gen Electric(B). 286 288% 285 287
Gen El bpec 8 0c.." 11% 11% 11% 11%
Gen Motors (6).. 86% 86V* 86 86%
Gen Mot pf (7).. 113% 113% 118% 113%
Gen Petrm (2)... 66% 67% 66 66%
GenßySle («)-. 176 176 173 173
Gen Ry Spf (6) • 90% 90% 90% 90%
Gimbelßrpf(7). 108% 104 103% 104
Ginter (1%).» 88 88% 88 38%
Glidden Co 21 22% 21 21%
Gold Dust... 39% 39% 38% 89%
Goodrich...... 66% 66 54% 66%
Goodyear pf (7). 102% 102% 101%. 101%
Goodyear pr (I) 106 106 106 105
Oranbv Consol.. 16H 16% 15% 15%
Ort North pf (6). 69% 69% 68% 68%
OtltorOre (1).. 28% £B% 28% 28%
Ort WatnSu (•). 106 105% 104% 104%
Gt WeatS pf(7). 114% 114% 114 114
Greene Canan... 14% 14% 14 14
Guantanamo.... 6 5 4% 4%
Gulf Mo* Nor.. 27% 28 27% 28
Gu M * N pf (4>. 96 96 96 96
Gulf States S(5) 83 83% 81 82%
Hartman (2%).. 28% 28% 28V, 28%
Havana Elec <•). 176 176 173% 176
Hayes Whl (3) .. 39% -40 39% -38%
Heueeheld P (3). 40% 41% 40% 40%
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, P. (X, FRIDAY* JULY. 40 f - 19g£ r
1 Oper. High low. riost
Houston Oil. :... . 74% 74% 72 **“7^
Howe Sound Co.. 19 19 18 18
Hudson Mn 2%.. 32% 82% 32% 32%
Hud Man pf (5). 72 72 72 72
Hudson Mot (3). 64% 64% 68% 64%
Hupp Mot (1)... 19% 19% 18% 19%
Illinois Cen (7).. 114 114% 114 114%
Indep 011 (1) 86 36% 34% 85%
Indian Refining.. 8 8 8 8
InspirCop (6O0). 28 29% 28% 28%
Interb Rap Tr... 27 27 27 27
Internat Agrl... 13% 13% 13% 13%
Inter Agri prior. 72 72 72 72
Int Cement <4>. . 68 68 67% 67%
Int Com Eng (2). 43% 43% 42% 42%
Internat Har(s). 108% 108% 108% 108%
Inter Harps (T). 118% 118% 118% 118%
Int Mer .Marine.. 3% 8% 8% 8%
tnt Mer M»r pf.. 91% 82% 31% 81%
Int Nickel 29% 30 29% 30
Int Paper... 67Vi 67% 66% 67%
Inti Paper pf (7). 88 88 88 88
Int Shoe pf (81.. 116% 116% 116% 116%
Int Tel * Tel («> 117% 118 116% 11814
Intertype (tl%). 20 20 20 20
Jewel Tea.'...... 17% 17% 17% 17%
Jones Bros Tea.. 19 19 10 19
Jones* Lau (7). 114% 114% 114% 114%
Jordan Mot (3).. 41% 41% 41% 41%
Kan City South.. 81% 32% 31% 82%
Kan CSo pf (4). 68% 58% 68% 58%
Kansas * Gulf.. % % % %
Kayser (Juliue). 31% 31% 31% 81%
Kelly-Spring 19% 20 19% 19%
Kelly-Spring vs. 70 70 70 70
Kelsey Whl <«).. 90% 90% 90% 90%
Kennee.itt (3)... 54 54 62% 68%
Keystone TAR. 2% 2% 2% 2%
Kinney O R (4).. 86% 85% 85% 86%
KresgeSS (*).. 450 450 419% 449%
Laclede Gae (8). 150 150 150 160
Leo Tire * Rub .. 16% 16% 16% 16%
Lehigh Val(S%), 79 79 78% 78%
Liggett A M(t*). 65% 65% 66% 85%
Lig AMy B(t<). 64% 64% 63% 63%
Loews Inc (2)... 28% 28% 28% 38%
Loose—Wiles. ... 93 9* 98 98%
Lorlllard (8),;.. 34% 34% 84 34
Louisiana Oil. . . 18 18 17% 18
Louis* Nah(«>. 114% 114 H US’, 113%
Ludlum (2) 34% 34% 34V, 34%
McCro B (1.60). . 94% 94% 93 93
Mclntype P (1). , 17% 17% 17% 17%
Mackay pr (41... 68 68 67% 67%
Mack Treks («). 181% 181% 178% 179%
Mack Trucks rts. 18% 13% 13 18%
Mack T Ist (I).. lit) 110 110 110
Macy HR* Co.. 86% *B% 85% 86%
Magma C (75e).. 41% 41% 41 41
Manati pt (7)... 79 79 79 79
Man Elev gtd 87 87 87 87
Man Emd g (5).. 48% 43% 43% 43%
Man Shirt (1%). 28% 28% 28% 28%
Manila El (2%). 41% 41% 41% 41%
Maracaibo 0i1... 26% 26% 26% 26%
Marland 0(75c). 43% 43% 43 43
Martin-Pry (4).. 29 29 29 29
Mathleson Alka. 81% 81% 79 79
Maxwell(B)otfS. 114% 114% 113 114
May Dept St(6). 116 116 US 116
Metro Ed pf (T). 113% 114 US 113
Mexican Seabd..- 14% 14% 14% 14%
Miami Cop «).. 11% 11% 10% 10%
Mid-Continent.. 32% 32% 81% 81%
Middle States . .. 2% 2% 2 2
Mis Kan* Tex.. 82 33% 32 33%
MKft Tpf (6).. 84% 84% 88% 83%
Missouri Paclfle. 33% 34% 33% 84%
Missouri Pac pf. 77% 78 77 78
Mont Tower (4). 84% 84% 83% 83%
Montgom Ward.. 67% 68% 66% 58
Moon Mot (5)... 33% 34£ S 3 34
Mother Lode 750. 7% 7% 7% 7%
Motor Whl 1.60.. 30% 81% 29% 31%
Murray B (12.40) 34 34 33% 33%
Nat Biscuit (I').. 72 72% 72 72%
Nat Cloak (4)... 70% 70% 70% 70%
Nat Dairy (8)... 68% 64% 63% 64%
Nat Dpt Stores.. 42% 42% 42% 42%
Nat Distillers... 35% 33% 33% 38%
Nat Distillers pf. 66% 85% 65% 66%
Nat Lead (8) 148 148 148 148
Nat Supply (3).. 61% «1K 61% 61%
Nevada Copper.. 18% 13% 13 13
NY Air Br (4).. 44 44 48% 43%
N Y Cannara(3). 44% 44% 44% 44%
N T Central (T). 117% 118 117% 118
NY C* St L(6) .. 123 123 123 123
NTCAStLpf«>. *91% 91% 91% 91%
NY Dock 26% 26% 26 26
N Y Dock pf (5 ) . 67% 67% 67% 67%
NY NH* Hart.. SU, 31% 31% 31%
N Y Shipbld (2). 22% 22% 22H 22%
Nlag Fps (I*4 ).. 28% 28% 28% 28%
Norfolk South .. 32% 82% 31% 31%
Norf * West(T). 127% 128 127% 127%
Norf *W pf (4). 78% 78% 78% 78%
North Am (3.40). 62% 64 62% 53%
North Am pf(l). 49% 49% 40% 49%
North Pac (6)... 86% 66% 66 66%
Oppenhelm Cel.. 46% 46% 45% 45%
Orpheum (1.80). 27% 27% 27% 27%
Otis Elevat («).. 128% 126% 123% 126%
Otis Steel 18% 13% 13% 13%
Otis Steel pf.... 76% 76% 74 74
Owens Bot (3)... 63% 53% 62% 63%
Pacific Gas (8).. 118% 113% 113 113
PaciflcOil (3)... 66% 67 66% 66%
Packard (tI.TO). 87 37 36% 86%
Paige Mot(1.20). 22% 22% 21% 21%
Pan-Amer (6)... 76 76% 75 75
Pan-Amer B (8). 76% 77% 76% 76
Parish * B sta... 1% 1% 1% 1%
Penlck & Ford... 22% 22% 22% 22%
Penn C * Cke 14% 14% I<% 14%
Penney RR (3). 46V, 46% 46% 46%
Penn Seab Steel. 1% 1% 1% 1%
Peonies Gas <t). 114 114 113% 113%
Peoples Gas rts. 1% 1% 1% 1%
Pere Marq (4)... 66% 66% 65 66
Pere M prior(s). 80 80 80 80
Phla Co (4) 69 69% 58% 58%
Phla Co pf (3). . . 48% 48% 48% 48%
Phila *R C & T.. 38% 38% 38% 38%
Phlla&R C*l ct. . 88% 38% 38% 38%
Phillip Morris. .. 16% 16% 16 16
Phillips Pet (3). 44% 44% 43% 43%
Phoenix Hosiery. 32 35 82 35
Pierce Arrow 33% 33% 31% 32
Pierce Arrow pf. 78% 78% 76% 77
Pierce Oil 2 2 1% 1%
Pleroe Petrol 77 6% 6%
Pitts Term Coal. 36 36 86 86
Pitts Ter pf (6).. 79 79 79 79
Pitts * West Va. 70 70 69% 69%
Postum Cer (4).. 118 118 118 118
Press Steel Car.. 51% 61% 61% 51%
Prod & Refiners.. 24% 24% 24% 24%
Pro *Rpf(3 %) . • 43% 48% 43% 48%
PubSer N J,(6).. 71% 72% 71% 71%
Pufc Serv NJ rts. % 1 % 1
Pullman Co (*>.. 140% 140% 139 139
Punta A1 8u (6). 38% 38% 38% 38%
Pure Oil (1%)... 29 29 28% 28%
Radio Corp of A. 67% 68% 56% 67
Radio Cps (3 %). 49% 6014 49% 60%
Ry Stl Spg (8) . .. 123% 123% 128% 123%
Ray Cons Cop... 14% 14% 18% 13%
Reading (4) 86% 86% 86 86%
Reading rts 17% 17% 17% 17%
Reading Ist (2). 3914 39V, 39% 39%
Robert Reis 27% 27% 26% 26%
Remington Type. 73% 73% 75% 73%
Replogle Steel.., 14 14 14 14
Rep Ir A Steel... 47% 47% 44% 44%
Repnolds Spmge 914 10 • 9% 10
Rey TOOB (3)... 77% 77% 77% 77%
Rossla Ins (•)... 89 89 89 89
Royal D (4.42%) 62% 62% 52% 62%
St Joseph Ld(t). 36% 86% 36% 36%
St L A San F(6). 83% 84% 83% 84%
HtLSanFpft*). 84% 84V* 84% 84%
8t L Southwest.. 46% 48% 46% 48
StLSwnpf (5).. 71 71 71 71
Savage Arms.. .. 66 66% 54 54%
Schulte (•!) 110 110% 109% 109%
Seaboard Air L.. 32% 32% 32 32
Seagrave (1.20). 16 16 15% 15%
Sears-Roebk (6). 170% 170% 189% 169%
Shell Un (1.40).. 24 24 28% 24
Simmons Co (X). 46% 46% 46 46%
Simms Pet (1)... 23% 23% 28 28%
SlneKfacOiL •22% 22% . 22 22
SkeUyOil 27% 27% 27 27%
Sloss-Sheff (6).. 91% 91% 90 90
South Pao (6)... 98% 98% 98 9SH
Southern Ry (*). 96% 97 96% 96%
South Ry pf (5). 86% 86% 86% 86%
Spicer. Mfg 24% 24% 22% 23%
Spicer pf(*) 108 108 108 108
Std Gas A E1(S). 62% 52% 61% 61%
Std GAEI pf (4).. 58% 68% 63% 68%
Stand Mill (5)... 76 76 76 76
Stand Mill pf («). 86% 85% 85 85
St Oil Calif (2).. 58% 58% 56 68
St Oil N J <l>... 43% 44 43% 48%
StOllNJTpf (7). 116% 117 116% 116%
Sterling Prod (4). 72% 73 71% 71%
Stew Warner (5) 67 67% 66% 66%
Stromberg («)... 67% 67% 67% 67%
Studebaker (♦).. 49 49% 48% 48%
Submarine Boat. 8% 9 8% 9
Superior Oil.-.... 4 4 4 4
Superior Steel... 26 26 26 26
Symington 16% 16% 16% 16%
Symington A(2). 21% 21% 21% 21%
Telautogph 25c.. 12% 12% 12% 12%
Tennessee Cop.. 11% 11% 11% 11%
Texas Co (3) 52 62 61% 51%
TAX G.utf S. (7 HJ _U2 _ 112 1)1% ill%
TexAPaeCAO. 15% 15% II H
U. S. BONDS APPEAR
STEADIER TODAY
Quotations Hold Around Yes
terday’s Close—New Of
ferings Favored.
BY GEORGE T. HUGHES.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
NEW YORK. July 10—Heaviness
was again the rule In the bond market
today.
Prices were not substantially lower,
but there was steady Increase in offer
ings, mostly In small lots, but some
times in blocke of 100 bonds. Dealers
were disposed to lighten their load In
the expectation of higher money. Out
side thta tendency toward liquidation
in bonds there was little sign of any
Increase In money rates. The sudden
outburst of selling Thursday in United
States Government securities appear
ed to have subsided. Quotations for
both the liberties and the Treasury
issues held around previous closing
prices.
New Issues Popular.
In contrast with this doubtful senti
ment in bond trading circles, new is
sues met with a good reception. This
was particularly the case with the
$20,000,000 Hershey Chocolate 5 Via of
fered on 5.70 per cent basis. Demand
for these was brisk. The bonds, which
were listed on the exchange, went to a
premium of a half point over the of
fering price on the initial transaction.
There were other individual Instances
of strength. Ono was Denver and Rio
Grande Western bs. Closing Thurs
day at 68, the price was advanced
above 59 on comparatively small sales.
Dodge Brothers 6a were very firm, in
sympathy with the strength tn the
stock. American Sugar 6s were strong
above 'lO3, notwithstanding current
pessimism over the sugar outlook.
Foreign Group Active.
Demand for Argentine bonds was
the feature of the foreign group The
latest Argentine issue seems to be in
the process of absorption by perma
nent investors. French bonds moved
within a narrow range.
New offerings, besides the Hershey
Chocolate Issue referred to, included
$2,700,000 Calumet Gas A Electric 5%s
to yield 3.60 per cent. $4,523,000 Kan
sas City, Missouri *%« due serially
to yield from ♦ to 4.05 per cent, and
$1,500,000 Atlas Plywood 6%s to yield
over 6.50 per cent.
GERMAN BONDS AND STOCKS.
(Quoted in dollar, oar million mark*.)
Bid Aakrd.
Ger St. fwlnl 5, U»t4 18 700 00 775 00
Hamburx 4%, 1910 ... 135.00 150.00
Ger Gi 4-5, < forc*d loan I 10.00 14 no
• Quoted in drilUr* tier thousand mirk, i
Ger Gen Elen 4%a pre w 10.00 20.50
Ger Gen Elec 4%* 1010 2.00 3 Oil
Berlin 4s pre-war 10.00 12 Oo
H*Pi 3*. 3%s k 4* pre w 3 00 4 00
Homburz Atner Line 4%* 21 0O 33 00
North German Herd 4%, 23.00 24.00
North Gcrm&n Lloyd . . . 5 00 (t oo
Prusaitn Centol, 3%*... 1.60 ‘ 1.25
Krupp 5» 1921 2.60 3.00
Duueldorf 4s pra-wsr 13.60 16.00
Frankfort a-X 4* pre war 13 *0 J 5.60
Munich 4s pre-war 15.60 18.66
Badtsehe AniNn 60.00 66.09
AEG (Ger Ge Elect . 21.60 . Sj.OO
Commer* and Prirat Bk 18.76 16 06
Disconto Geflschaft 37 00 40.00
Dresdner Bank 1f1.06 20 56
Deutsche Bank 37.00 2ft 00
Darmataedter Bank 27.60 29.00
Mercur Bank Vienna l% i%
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
(Quotations furnished by W B Hthbs ft Co >
Nominal Selling checks
London, pound **s4 (0105 vf
Montreal dollar 1.06 ..4., ..
Pari*, franc 193 .o*7o
Bi-UMPIa. franr t»3 0406
Berlin, mark 238 -MSI
Rome. lira.. Ift3 .0371
Burlrh, franr i»,t .1942
Athens, drachma .. lft.l 03961,
Madrid peaeta 193 1463
Vienna c-own 2028 .OOfthM »
Budapest erown 2028 00014
Prague crown 5038 .(*596 '*
Warsaw rioty 193 .1930
Copenhagen crown .288 9067
Christiania crown 266 .1757
Stockholm crown 268 2683
NE7Y YORK July 10 OP),_ For
eign exchanges steady. Quotations
(in cents):
Great Britain—Demand. 435%; cables,
France—Demand, 4.68%; cables. 4.69.
Italy—Demand, 3.70; cables, 3.70%.
Demand—Belgium. 4.62 V»; Germany.
23.80; Holland. 40.02; Norway, 17.50;
Sweden, 26.81; Denmark. 20.47; Swit
zerland, 19.41; Spain, 14.50; Greece.
1.63; Poland, 14%; Czech oalovakla,
2.98; Jugoslavia, 1.76; Austria. 14%•
Rumania. 48\; Argentina. 40.37;
Brasil, 11.12; Tokio, 41%; Shanghai.
79; Montreal, 160 1-64.
TOMATOES SOAR.
NEW YORK. July 10 (Special*.—
The brisk demand for tomatoes sent
prices sosring today, despite more
plentiful supplies. Maryland carriers
containing one gross of tomatoes
changed hands principally st 86.50.
Tex A Pacific 47% 48% 47% 48%
Tide Wat 011(4). 186 136 136 136
Timken RB(f4). 48% 48% <2% 42%
Tobac Prod (6).. 81% 81% 86% 80%
Tob Prod A (T).. 101% I<X% 101% 101%
Transcont 0i1... 4% 4% 4’% 4%
Tranau# A W(2). 26 26 26 26
Twin City pf (7). 100 100 100 100
Underwood (S).. 46 47 46 47
Un Bag A Paper. 44% 45% 44% 46%
Union Oil (1.30). 37% 37H 37% 37%
Un Pacific (10).. 139% 139% 139% 139%
Un Tank Car(s). 131 131 131 131
Un Tk Car pf (7). 116% 116% 116% 116%
Utd Cigar(tJ%). 86% 87 81% 83
United Drug (6). 129% 129% 128 128
UtdDrug lat 3V4 • 66 66 65 56
U 8 Cast Iron P.. 166% 167 160 162%
USCIPpf (7).. 95 96 94 94
US Hoff (2) 39 39% 39 39%
U S Ind Alcohol. 87 87% 86% 86%
US Realty (*).. 136% 136% 136% 186
US Rubber 56% 56% 54% 54%
US Rub let.(»). 107 107 107 107
U S Smeltlrtg(l). 39% 39% 88% 38%
USSm pf (3V4) . 46 46 46 46
U S Steel (t7)... 116% 116% 116% 115%
U S Steel pf (T). 124% 124% 124% 124%
U S Tobacco (J). 64 64 54 64
Univorsal Pipe.. 31% 81% 28% 28%
UntverPpf (7)., 68 68 65 67%
Venedlum 34% 34% 38% 38%
Van Raalte 19% 19% 19% 19%
Va-Caro Chem... 77 6% 6
Va-CaroChem B. 4% 4% 8% 3%
Va-Caro Chpf... 19 19%- 17 18%
Vaßy APowar.. 120 120 120 120
Vlvadou 15 16 15 16
Wabash 33 S 3 32 32
Wabash pfA(6). 67% 67% 67% 67%
Waldorf (1V4)... 16% 16 16% 16
Ward Baking 8.. 66 66% 66 65%
Ward Bak pf(7). 106% 106% 106% 106%
Warren Co (4).. 48% 48% 48% 48%
West Pen (4).... 121 121 121 121
Woat Pen pf (7). 98% 98% 98% 98%
West Elec pf (7). 114% 114% 114% 114%
West Maryland.. 14 14% 18% 13%
West Md 2d pf... 20 20 20 20
WestnPac (5a).. 84% 34% 34% 84%
Wesn Pac pf(«a) 87% 87% 87 87
West Union (7).. 133% 138% 182% 138
Weetlnghee 14).. 71% 71% 71% 71%
Weaton Elec.... 16% 16% 14% 15%
Weston A (2)... 25 26 26 26
Wheel A L Kris.. 18% 19% 18% 18%
Wheel ALEpf.. 34 34% 33 83
White Eagle (3). 27% 27% 27% 27%
White Mot («>... 78 73 72% 72%
White Rock (t 2). 41% 43 41% 43
Wlckwlre ctfe... 4% 4% 4 4
WlUyo-Overld... 19% 19% 19% 19%
WUlye-O* pf(7). 104% 104% 108 108
Wilson A Co 6 6 6 6
Wtleon ACo pf.. 23 28 22% 22%
Woolworth (3).. 158% 169 157% 167%
Worthn Pump... 41 41 40% 40%
Wright Aaro(l). 29% 29% 29
Wrlgiey (t«%).. 60% 60% 60% 60%
Yellow C (2.63).. 44 44 42% 42%
Youngstown (4). 67% 67% 67 67
fPertly extra. JPaytble in preferred eteek.'
Dividend rate* at siren tn the there table
•re the annuel eaeh payment, baaed an the
.latest quarterly er half-yearly deeiaratlena.
tlnleka- otherwlie. noted,extea er eotefel
ftvtdead* are ee« included.
ON NEW YORK ■BONDS STOCK EXCHANGE I
Received by Private Wire Direct te The Star OSce.
UNITED STATES BOfciOS.
(Balsa ere in 91,set.)
Sale* High. Low. Cieae.
Libs %e... 187 100 24 100 20 101 20
Lib Ist 4%» 13 102 27. 102 22 102 22
Lib 3d 4%5. 132 lOJ 9 . 1016 1016
Lib 3d 4*40. 136 101 22 101 16 101 21
Lib 4th 4Us 168 102 30 102 28 102 28
US 4s 1*44 47 103 31 103 29 103 30
US4Us’52 13 107 26 107 22 107 22
FOREIGN.
Sales. High. !x»w. Cloae.
Argentine 5s I 87 87 87
Argentine 6s ’59 ... 29 96% 96% 96%
Argentine ts A.... 40 96% 96 96%
Argentine «sB 46 96V, 96% 96%
Argentine 7e 67 103 102% 102%
Austria Ts 9 99% 99% 99%
Bankof Japan 6a.. 17 100 99?. 100
Belgium Cs 24 86% 86% 86%
Belgium 6Vis wI. . 6 93% 92% 93
Belgium 7s wl 44 98% 98 98
Belgium 7%e 3 108% 108% 108%
Belgium Is 3 (07% 107 H 107%
Kernels.. 6 109% 109% 109%
Bolivia *s 0 95% 95% 95%
Bordeaux 6s 6 84% 84% 84%
Brazil 75... 6 81% 81% 81%
Brazil Is 25 98% 98 98%
Canada 5s 1962.... 2 108% 103% 103
Canada 5%s 1919.. 8 103 102% 103
Chile 7a 1943 9 I©l% 101% 101%
Chile Is 1926 31 103 102% 103
Chile Is 1941 10 108% 108 108%
Chile »s 1946 2 108% 108% 108%
Chinese Gov Ry *a. II 42 41% 41%
Christiania 6s 6 98% 98% 98%
Con Pow Japan T*. 73 91% 91 91%
Copenhagen 5%5.. 10 98% 98% 98%
Cuba 5%s 29 101% 101% 101 VG
Cnecho 8s 1951 3 99% 99% 99%
Czecho la 1982 ct.. 12 96% 99% 99%
Danish Munic Is A. 6 110 110 110
Denmark 6s 2 102% 102% 102%
Denmark *s 4 110% 110% 110%
D E I 5%* Mch'4J. 16 101% 100% 100%
DE 1 6%s Nov '|J. 6 101% 100% 100%
Dutch East 16s *47 30 102% 102% 102%
Dutch East I «e'4* 78 102% 102%. 102%
Ri Salvador Is’4«. 1 104%%03% 104%
Finland a f «s'46. . 4 87 87 R7
Finlands 7a 2 94% 94‘* 94%
French 7s 973 91 90% 90%
French 7%5....... 77 99% 99% 99%
French Is 48 102% 102 103
Oer El «U*‘6o wi.. 2 87% 87% 87%
German 7e 84 97 96% 96%
Ger Gen Elec 7s. .. * 98% 93 93
Greek 7» 12 80H 85% 85%
Halt! «s 3 96 96%
Holland-Amer «s.. 14 88 87% 88
Hungary 6%e 10 92% 92% 92%
Japanese 6%s 106 93% 93H. 98%
Jergena U M «s’47. 16 97% 97% 97%
Lyon, Is.. 7 84% 84% 84%
Marseille«» ........ 6 K 4% 84% 84%
Mexico 6a assented 10 33% 38% 38%
Montevideo Te 15 96 95% 06
Netherlands ts '54. 8 103% 103% 108%
VethSf’fthds ta '72. 5 107 107 107
Nord 6%s 35 82% 82 82
Norway J%a w1... 77 96% 96 96%
Norway ts 1943 18 100% 100% 100%
Norway ts 1844 37 100% 100% 100%
Norway 6s 1852 18 100% 100% 100%
Norway 8a 7 110% 110% 110%
Orient Dev debts.. 6 85% 85 85%
Parls-Ly's-Med Rt. 14 76% 76 7«
Parls-Ly's-Med 7s. 6 86% 86% 85%
Paris Orleans 7e... 3 85% 84% 85%
*■ 6 100% 100% 100%
Poland *s'4o. ; «9%
Poland B*'6o wi... 108 90 89% 90
Porto Alegre Is ... 4 96*4 98% 9R4
PregueTHs 14 94% 94% 94%
Queensland ts ..-. - 6 104% 104% 104%
Rio de Jen Is 1846. 6 95% 95% 95%
Rio de Jen 8e 1947. 10 96% 96 96%
Rio Gr Do Sul 8e... 6 9ft% 96% 96%
fiao Paulo City ts.. 3 100 99% 99%
Sao Paulo Stst# Is. 2 108% 103 103
St of S Paulo rets.. 6 100% 100% 100%
Seine Dept cf 7s. .. IS 87% 87% 87%
Serbs Crot 810 It.. ?4 88% 87% 88
Solssons ts 1 84% 84% 84%
Sweden SHsct.... 11 100% 100% 100%
Sweden ts 6 104% 104% 104%
Swiss 5He 1148. ... 30 102% 102** 102%
Swiss Confed te... 3 116% 1161* 116%
Tokio 5s 10 87% 671* 6714
tld Kingm 5He '29. Tj 116% 116% 116%
Ud Klngm 5%s '37. If 105% 104% 103%
Ud Steam Copen ts I 94*, 94% 94%
Uruguay la 2 109 109 109
MISCELLANEOUS.
Am Agr.Chem 5a.. 1 10?*. 102% 102%
Am -Agr Chem 7H* 38 108% 103% 103%
Am. Chain as *s'33. 11 99 &*% 99
Am Cotton Oil Se.. I 96 96 96
Am Repub deb ta. .’ ! 97% 97% 97%
Am Smlt A R let te 10 98% 98% 98m
Am BmltARI,... 11 107% 107% 107%
Am Sug rafts t 3 103% 103% 103%
Am TATcI tr 4a.. 30 97% 97% 97%
AmT AToltr 5g.. 18 101% 101% 101%
Am TAT a f 65... 176 97% 97% 97%
Am TAT deb SH«. 36 103% 108% 108%
AmTATevta.... 7 134% 134 184
Am Water Wka ta. 1 96% 96% 96%
Am Writ Paper ta. 6 69% 69% 69%
Anaoonde Ist 1a... 32 100% 100% 100%
Anaconda ev db 7a. 103 102% 101% 101%
And** Cop 7s rets.. 26 98 97% 97%
Armour ACo 4 Hs.. 4 90% 90% 90%
Armour Dei 5He.. « MH 94V, 94%
Associated Oil ts.. 12 103% 102% 103%
Atlantic Reftn 65... 8 100 99% 100
Sarnssdail s f 15... I 106% 105% 105%
Ball Tel Pa 5s 15 102% 102% 102 V,
Beth Steel pm ts.. 3 93 92 92
Beth Steel 5Hs SS. 18 86 BR% 86%
Beth Steel s f te... 6 9a% 94 94^
Brier HBt lat SH« 6 100 100 100
Bklyn Ed gen 5*... 9 10!% 101% 101%
BklynEdtsß 2 108% 103% 103%
Brooklyn Union Be. 12 101% 101% 101%
Calif Pet* f%s I 103% 103% 108%
Cen Letli 6*'46 cf* 6 100% 100% 100%
Chile Copper t*.... 26 108% 108 108
Col Gas A El 6s. ... 3 100’* 100% 100%
Commonwth P ta.. 8 102% 102 102
Con Coal Md let ts. 3 81% 81% gi%
con G NY 6Hs wl., 36 104% 103% 108%
Consumers Pow ia. I 97% 97% 97%
Cuba Cane or 75... 12 96% 96% 96%
Cuba Cane cv d Is. 6 100% 100% 100%
Cuban Am Sug ta.. 1 107% 107% 107%
Denver Gaa la 12 96% 96% 96%
Dery (D O) 7a .... 2 79% 79% 79%
Det Edison ref Is.. 4 108 107% 107%
Dodge wits 687 98% 97% 98%
Du Font de N 7H*. 17 106% 106% 106%
Duq L* P 6%s '4B. 1 105% 105% 105%
Ouquesne Light te 1 106% 106% 106%
Est Cuba Sug 7%,. 34 105% 106% 106%
Empire GA F 7%5. 22 104 103% 104
Francis Sug 7H* . • I 106% 106% 105%
Goodrich 6%a 10‘105% 106% 105%
Goodyear ts 1911.. 24 110 109% 109%
Goodyear ts 1941.. 17 121 120% 120%
Hershey 6%* wi. .. 62 98% 98% 98%
Hershey ts 1942... 16 104% 104% 104%
Hoe ACo «%a 1 103% 103% 103%
Humble OAR 6% ■ 14 102 102 102
Illinois Bell lat te. II 101% 101% 101%
Illinois Steel 4%*.. 3 96 -96 -95
Int Mer Marin* te. 9 -86% 86% 86%
Inter Paper 6s '47.. 13 92% 91% 92%
Inter Paper 15... .. 19 98 97% 97%
KCPALttsA‘6B 16 99% 99% 99%
Kan G A El 65'68.: 11 102% 102% 102%
Kelly-Spring 15.... 4 108 103 108
Keystone Tel# Is.. 7 92% 92% 92%
Lackswa Sss '60.. 7 94 93% 93%
Lad Gref 5e’J4... 2 101 lot 101
Laclede G 6He 'SB. 7 101% 100% 100%
Liggett A Myrsßs. 23 101% 101% 101%
Liggett A Myrs 7a. 5 119% 119% 119%
Lorillard (P) 6e... 8 97% 07% 97%
Lorlllard (P) 7s .7 116 116 116
LouisvG AEis't* 21 97% 97% 97%
Manati Sug as 7%a 6 102 102 102 ,
Mid-Con 6%a* *40.. 26 98% 98 98
Midvale Steel 65... 6 91% 91% 91%
Montana Pow 6s-. .26 100 100 ,100 ,
Mor’s ACo Ist 4%a 1.0 83% 83% 88%
New Eng. Tel is-.. *. 4 l<jj% 101 10l
NY Ed 65'44 wi... 63 101% 101 101
N Y Eden let 6%s 4 114% 114% 114%
N T Tel 4%S 6 98% 98% 98%
N Y Tel 6s '4l 4 198% 108 108
NY Tel 65'49 6 110% 110% 110%
NorthAmEd 65... 7 101% 101% 101%
North Am Ed 4%5. 11 106 104% 104%
NorOhioTAL**. 9 96 96% 96
Nor States Pow ts. 7 98 97% 98
Nor States Pow Ba. 15 106% 106 106%
Otis Steel 7%a.... 6 99% 99% 99%
Otla Steel 8a 3 104% 104% 104%
Pacific Gaa A Elia. 1 97% 97% 97%
Pac T A T lat 68... 1 101% 101% 101%
PacTATta'M... 10 .98 . 97% »7%
Pan-Amer Peta Ba. 87 111% 109% 110%
Peoples Gaa 5a.... I 99 99 99.
Phila Co 8% a'11... 10 99% 99% 99%
Phila Co raf la A.. _ 5 104% 104V* 104%
Phila ARdCA Ita 1 100% 100% 100%
Plarce-Arrow 15... 13 103 108 103
Public Servlos Cs.. 22 99% 99% 99%
Pub Serv Elec <a... 7 105% 106% 105%
P Serv Gaa 6%5’69 1 104 104 104
P Sarv Gaa 6%s '64 11 104% 104% 104%
Ramlngtn Arms ta. 8 88% 88% 18%
Sal** Hurl). Low. Close
Sharon Stl H 8s 3 100* 106* 108*
Sinclair OH «* 28 112 111* 112
Sinclair 011 4 *s... 28 88* 88* 88*
Sinclair OH 7* IS 94* *4* 94*
Sin COPLH’2I.. 30 100* 100* 100*
Sin Pip* Um 5a... | 87 87 87
Skally OH 6*8..., 46 118 118 115
South Ball Tel sa. , JO 101* 101* 101*
Southwest Ball Sa.. 44 100* 100* 100*
Sue Est Orient 7s .. 2 94* 94* 94*
Tenn Elec Pow (s.. 10 102* 102* 102*
Tide Wat OH **».. 82 102* 102 102
Toledo Edn let 7a.. 1 109 109 109
Union Bar ft P la.. 3 9«* 98* 98*
United Dru» «a.... 7 103* 103* 108*
U 8 Rub Ist rs ba. . 71 90 99* 89*
U S Rubber 7 *e... l 107 107 107
UB Smelter «a .. .. 35 100* 100* 100*
U S Steel a f 5a 29 108* 108* 108*
Utah Pow ALt 65.. 45 99* 96* 96*
Va-Car Chem 7a... 15 99* 98* 98*
Va-Oar Ch 7*a w. 85 79* 78* 79*
Vertlentes Sue T».. 2 #1 'Ol / 91
Watner Rue 7a'll 9 80* 80* 80*
Warner Bug 7a'4J . 6 94* 93* 93*
Weat Elec ss. SI 100* 100 100
Weatn Union 4*a. 13 111*111*111*
Weatinehouse 7a.. 13 107 107 107
WtHys-Ov«*a'»«. 5 102 102 ’lO2
Wilson ACo Int «s. 41 99* 99 99
Wilson ACo cv (a. 2 72* 72* 72*
Winchester a 7*t. l 101* 101* 101*
Tounedtn SAT Ca. 19 99* 99* &9*
RAILROADS. ■
Ann Arbor «a 17 78 71 73
Atchison ten 4a.., 15 90* 90 90
Atlantic CL cl 4a,. I 87* 87* 87*
Atlantic C L let 4a. 13 92* 92* 92*
At lan CL 4* a ’B4 . 8 98* 93* 91*
BAOgold4s 14 90 * 90 90H
BiOovlHi 38 98* 93* 93*
RAOrafEa 21 91* 91* 91*
RAO Ist Met 31 102* 102* 102*
BAO 6a 19 103* 108 103
880 rs Imp da.... 2d 103 102* 102»i
RA O PI.EWV 4a.. 36 88* 67* 87*
BAO Sw Dlv Bsofe 115 98* 97* 97*
Bklyn Manhat 6a.. 30 91* 9ft* 90*
Buff R A Pitt 4*a. 7 B*l* 87 87*
Canad North «V4a.. II 117* IJ7* 117*
Canad North 7s 4 ll«H 116* 116*
Canad Pao deb 45.. 19 80* 80 80
Car Clinch A O sa. . 3 101*101*101*
Ohr Clinch A O 4a . 18 107* 107* 107*
cent of rta b*a . 5 102* 102* 102*
CerAral Pacific 48.. 10 89* 87* 88*
Ches *O cv 4*«. • • 38 98* 98* 98*
ChesftOgn 4*a.. 7 91* 91* 91*
Chea AOov 58 66 10S 106* 105*
Chi A Alton 3Ha... 12 50* 50* SO*
Chi BftQ en 4s'sl 8 90* 90* 90*
Chi AISIeo ba 10 76* 76 . 76*
Chi Great Weat 4a. 37 65 64* 64*
CMftSt P 4S 18... 3 49* 48* 48*
CMftSt P dl 48... 6 48* 46* 48*
CM ft StP en 4s’Bl 26 80 78* 78*
CMABtPcv4*s. 11 46* <B* <B*
CM ft 8t Pen 4*a. 20 89* 89* 89*
CMftSt P rs 4 Via. 6 48* 48* 48*
CMftSt P cv 1a... 1 4t* 48* 48*
CMftSt P 6s 7 104* 104 104*
Chi AN Wref 8a... 15 96 96* 95*
ChIANWBHs lijll. 111 111
Chi Rya 6s .. 6 78* 76* 76*
Chi R1 A Prf 48. .. 36 87* 87* 87*
ChITH*SE»»... S 89* 61 89*
Chi Un Sta 4*a 4 93* 93* 93*
Chi ft W Ind cn 45.. 17 80* 80H 80*
C4WISHI '11... 16 99* 99* 99*
CCC ft St 1, 4*e... H 98* 98* 96*|
CCCABtLBa 9 91* 99* 09*
CCC 4 Sttrfls A. 7 108* 103* 103*
Cleve Term 5s l! 101 101 101
C'eve Term ilia... 2 108* 106* 106*
Cft 8 Ist 4a ’29 2 98* 98 98
Colo ft Sou 4*a 9 96* 95* 95*
Cubaß Rob 2 87* 87* 87*
Delft Hd Ist rs 4a. 15 91* 91* 91*
Del Hud cv 8a‘38..-16 106* 105 105
Den ft Rio Gcn 4a. 6 64* 84* 84*
DA Rio G imp Ba.. 3 96* 98* 98*
DA Rio Q Wat Sa.. 191 69* 68* 68*
Erie ren 4* 73 62* 62 62
Erie conv 4a D 2 71 71 71
Erie conv axt 7a... 6 108 108 108
Fla EC 6s ’74 40 95* 96* 95*
Gr Trunk sf db is.. 1 107* 107* 107*
Greet North Ba.. .. 7 96* 98* 96*
Great North s**.. 9 102* 102* 102*
Gr North ran 7a... 21 110* 110* 110*
Green BAWdh B . IS 15* 15* lty.
G MobftN 6*sß'BO 6 101* 101* 101*
Havana ERLAP ’6O 11 94 98* 94
Hud ft Man ref B*. . 36 92 91* 91*
Hud ft Men aj 8a... 6 76* 76* 76*
Til Central raf 4e.\. 7 90* 00* 90*
111 Cent ref Sa ’SB 1 106 • 106 10?
11l Central S*a 8 102*102 102
111 C-C St LftNO SB 13 100 100 160
Int Rap Tran 55... 48 68 67* 67*
Int Rap Tr 6s stpd. 38 67* 67* 67*
Int Rap Tran 7a... 22 89 88G 88*
Int A G Nor let la. 8 104 103* 104
Int A G Nor aj *s.. 85 73* 78 73
Kan City Ft S 4a... 13 87* 87 87
Kansas City 53a... 8 73* 78* 73*
Kansas City S 8e... 7 92* 92 92*
Kan City Term 4a.. 46 86* 86* 86*
Lake Short 4s'lt.. 27 98* 98* 98*
Lake Shore 4e'3X.. 15 97* 9SH 96*
Lehleh Val cn 45... 2 83* 83* 83 -1
Lehleh Val ba 3001 4 101* 101* 101*
Louis ft N uni 4e... 2 94* 94* 94*
Louis AN 5b B 2 103* 108* 103*
Louts ft Nash B**. 3 108 198 108
Louis ft Nash 7a... 2 107* 107* 107*
Manhat Ry cn 45.. 2 62* 62* 62* |
Market St Ry Ta... 3 96* 99* 99*
Mi! El Ry ALBS... 7 91* 91* 91*
MftStL rs ax Ba. . 2 18 16 t 6
MStP ft SSM cn 4s 10 85* 86 85*
M StP A SSM 6*a. 2 102* 102* 102*
MKft T lat 44 13 83* 88* 83*
MK&T 48 2 15 79* 78* T9*
MK ft Tadj ss. ... 191 87* 87 87
MKftT pr In Ba. A. 32 95* 94* 94*
Mo Pacific ger. 4t.. 46 66* 65* 66*
MoTac Ba 1918.... 6 89* 89 89*
Mo Pacific ts 10 101* 100* 100*
MoPacisefa 10 101 100* 101
Montrl Tm Ist Ba.. 6 97* 97* 97*
Nassau ERy 4a'57 2 61* 61* 61*
NOTexftMinßa. 6 96* 96* 96*
NOTexftMßsß.. 8 96* 96* 96*
N O T ft M 5*5.... 2 101*101*101*
N O T ft M s*a n.. 1101*101*101*
NO Tex Max 6a... 1 100* 100* 100*
NY Cent 4a 98 1 87 87 87
N T Cent dab 4a.... 1 96* 95* 95*
N Y Cent r 1 5a..'... 32 10JH 101* 101*
N Y Cent LS Cl 3 Vi* 4 77 77- 77
NY Chi ft St L s*B 72 97* 97* 97*
NYCAStLBsA.. 6 102* 102* 102*
New Haven c d la.. 17 90* 90 90*
NT Ont W let 4a... 1. 68* 68* 68*
N Y State Ry 4*a.. 4 66* 66 66
NY W A Boa 4*s.. 21 67* 67 67*
Norfolk ft Wcn 4a> 13 90* 90 90
Northern Pac 3a... 6 61* 61* 61*
Northern Pac 6s D. 10 96H 96* 96?*
Northern Pac r1 Is 72 107* 107 107
Ore Short L ref 4a. 1 97* 97* 97*
OrSSht Lcn Ba '4l. " 8 105 103 105
lat rs 4*. 36 84 88* 88*
Pennsyl trdn 4*a.. 17 93* 93* 98*
Pannsyl yen 8a.... 6 101* 101* 101*
Pannayl Be '64..... 126 98* 98 98*
Penney 1 6*B 16 110* 110* 110*
Penney 1 gold 75.... 17 108 W 107* 108*
Peoria ft E Inc 4a.. 10 34* 34* 34'*
pere Marq lat 8a... 16 99* 99* 99*
Por R L ft P 15*47.. 2 100 99* 100
Reading JC 4a 61. 66 92* 92* 92*
Rio G West Ist 4a.. 2 86 86 86
Rio O Weat Ol 48: .. 6 76* 75* 76*
RI Ark A L 4*8... 10 88* 88* 88*
8t LIMAS 4a ’11... 27 96* 96* 95*
StL IMAS RAG 4a. 71 89 88* 88*
StlTASFpl*#*.., 67 77* 76* 76*
St L> ft SFpr In la. 19 91* 91* 91*
StLftSF 6*aD.. 41 100 100 99*
St LA SF adj 15... 12 92* 92 92
St LAS Fine 1a...183 88* 88* 88*
StLASFpI6«C.. 10 103* 103* 103*
St L 8 W oon 4b’l2. SO 90* 90* 90*
St Pft KCShL 4si» 28 86* ' 81* 86*
SanA ft Arti P 49.. 3 84* 84* <4*
Seab’d A L ads 55.. 19 81* 81 81*
Seab’d A Loon 6a.. 61 04* 94* 94*
Sou Pacific «b ’21.. 83 97* 97* 97*
Sou Pacific clt 48.. 22 86* 86* 86*
Sou Paotflcraf 4a.. 18 89* 89* 89*
Southern Ry rn 4S. 42 80* 79* 79*
Southern Ry lat la 1 108* 103* 103*
Southern Ry 6act.. 12 106 106* 108*
Southern Ry 6*a.. 2 110* 110*
Term Asao St L Ba. 2 101*101*101*
Third Ava adj 8a... 28 40* 3** 39*
ToTstLA W4a... 1 86* 86* 86*
Union Pa© lat 4a... 9 92* 92* 92*
Union Pao 4a ’27... 20 99*' 99* 99*
Union Pao Ist rs 4a. 1 87* 87* 87*
Un Pac Ist rs 8a... 4 107 106* 106*
Union Pao cv.»a... 3 104 108* 104
Virginia Ry lai Is. 82 100* 09* 100'
Va Ry ft P lat Ca... 18 98* 98 98*
Wabash Ist la 4 102 102 102
Wabash 2d Ba 8 97* 97* 97*
Wabash s*s'T6... 13 97* 97 97*
WesternMd 45. i.. 56 87* 67 67
Western Pacific 6a. 4* 96* 96 96
WhalALßrf 4tta 1 T 8 78 78
JKUkes BAS lot Va. I 68* 68* 68*
FINANCIAL..
CMWOUOfATIONS
DO BETTER TODAY
' ■ *
1 Steady Foreign Cables and More
; Cloth Sales Are Ruling;
Faotors.
' * I
1 By the Aiftocifttftd
NEW YDRK, July 10.—The cotton
1 market opened steady today at an ad
■ vance of 7 to 10 points on steady
Liverpool cables, reports of bettor
condition* in cotton goods in Fall ;
' River and failure of early weather
' reports to show expected rains in the !
' Southwest.
There had been considerable selling
1 yesterday in hope that this morning's I
1 weather advices would point to a j
1 break in the Texas drought, and much
i of the early buying was attributed to
covering on that account.- October
sold up to 24.08, active months gener
i ally showing net advances of 20 to
28 points.
Tors cotton Hoeefl steady *t net un -|
i chanted to -2 points down.
. . High- 1-ow Range.
October 53.^
December . 34.20 23.76 23.00-03
I January 33.« f» 33 Ift 23 .11-33
, March 23.00 -23.48 23.61 noni.
, Opening July, 33.63: October, 43 00 De
cember. 24.03: January, 23 46: March. 23.80
offered: May, 34.04.
New Orleans Quotations
NEW ORLEANS. July 10.—The cot
ton market had a very steady open
ing. Liverpool was better than due,
but the market hero opened even
higher than warranted by the cables,
first trades showing gains of 10 points.
■Prices advanced again after the call.
Octbber trading up to 23.49 and De
cember to 23.63. or 26 to 29 points
above yesterday’s close. Firmness wa*
attributed to early reports nf contin
ued fair weather in the Western belt.
New Orleans cotton future* do**# steafl.
at net decline of 8 point*.
July m& &
October 33.4 ft 33.03 23.13-17
December . 33 63 23.17 23.59-32
January 23 63 23.1 ft 33.30 bid
March .... . 23.84 23.42 23.60 bid.
Opening July. 23 60: October, 33 30
December. 23.46. January, 03 46, bid
March. 23.68. bid.
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CHICAGO GRAIN PRICES.
CHICAGO, July 10 OP). Down
i turns in wheat values took place to
day during the early dealings. Bear
lsh aspects of the Government -wheat
report together with the fact that
Liverpool quotations were lower, tend
ed to weaken the market here, and bo
likewise did word of cool, fair weather
Northwest. The forecast, however,
was for warmer temperatures, likely
to Increase danger of damage by black
rust. Opening prices, ranging from
1% decline to % advance—September
I.4SH to 1.44*4 and Decembers .44%
to I.4s—were followed by something
of a rally, but then by setbacks all
around.
Corn prices were responsive to bull
ish views taken of the Government re-
I port about the new corn crop. After
opening at U lower to 1 higher—Sep
tern her 1.03 % to 3.o4—the - market
scored gains all around.
Oats.sympathised with wheat rather
than corn. Starting at % to % off —
September 45% to 45% —oats con
tinued to sag.
In line with hog value*, the pro
vision market wu Arm.
ju£ heat - ?.»"• i H 6 ’f - fat
September ... 1.43* 1.46* { *2« l.'lS*
cJfllN— ’ I ' 44 * 147,4 14S *
E§gr l !k } ih } Bs *ls
M M M $1
Loo 4
July 17 26 17 37 17 36 17 36
' 17 45 17 ™ 17 45 1 7 -&2
September ' i*.9o igao i?ft£
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
CHICAGO, July 10 (United States
Department of Agriculture).— Hogs—
Receipts. 18,000 head: falrlv active;
mostly to shippers, yard traders and
' small packers: 25 to 40 cents higher
than Thursday’s average: bulk de
sirable lio to 300 pound averages,
14.00a14.15; top. 14.20; slaughter pig 6
1 and light Hght scarce: hulk 125 to 150
' pound averages. 13.25*13.85: bulk de
-1 sirable packing and butcher sows,
1 j 12.50a13.00; big packers Inactive; talk
‘ | Ing steady: heavy weight hogs, 13.40
' a!4.10: medium, 13.60a14.15: light
' 13.40a14.20: light light.. 13.25a14.00;
’ packing hogs smooth and rough, 11.85
' *12.76: slaughter pigs. 12.75a13.60.
| Cattle —Receipts. 4.000 head: fed and
'; grass steers generally steady on slow.
> lifeless market: killing quality plain;
“ no strictly choice offerings here: beet
1 matured steers early, 12.00; several
loads. 10.50a11.76: most native grass
-1 ere, 8.00*9.00: some rough heavies
1 -warmed up bullocks, 0.00r9.5P; run !n
--1 eludes shout 16 loads Texas cake
' fed steer*, unsold: bulls eteadv; veai
ers Arm: mostly 12.00*12.50; few. 13 od.
Sheep—Receipts, 8.000 head; fat
1 lambs active; earlv sales nativee 25
' cents higher: hulk desirable kind.
1 15.00a15.25; best held at 15.50; no
rangers sold; asking 16.00; fat sheep
' steady; few choice 172-poupd native
' ewes. 8.00; bulk, «.00a7.60; heavies
1 5.00*5.50.
' EUROPE IS AWAITING
LOWER GRAIN PRICES
i FORT WILLIAM, Ontario. Julv 10
(g>).—The movement of Canadian
i grain to European market* Is not as
i large as was expected some months
ago. the report of E. A. Ursell,
■ statistician to the Canadian Board of
Grain Commissioners, shows.
1 “It would, appear .that Euhope is
either financially unable to purchase
' more than sufficient for immediate
1 needs, or that the- improved crop
prospect as compared with last vear
i Justify the adoption of a waiting at
titude in the hope that lower prices
i will eventuate, the report says.
I -•
j WEEKLY COTTON REPORT.
i LIVERPOOL, July 10.—Total for-
I warded to mills, 58.000 bales, of which
i 40,000 American; stock, 647,000; Amer
> lean, 402,000; Imports. 26,000- Ameri
can. 8,000; exports, 6,000; American,
i 5,006.
[ STOCK SOLD TO BANKERS.
NEW YORK. July 10 OP). —The
[ ;Tidewater Oil Co. has sold to bank
* ers slightly more than >25,000,000 of
1 new 6 per cent preferred etock. which
1 will be offered to stockholders and
the public at >IOO a share.
DIVIDENDS.
r _ • i , . Par Stock of
1 - '-“IP Period Rate. able. record,
i Col Carb C 0... Q *I.OO Au* 1 July 20-
r Conr-Nairn ... Q 50c July 30 July 20
■ Cl C 0125 Mr. S-A 13. M July 10 June 30
1 Edison E! Bo* Q *3.00 Aug 1 July 16
l Elec Inv Inc of Q >1.76 Aur l July 16
, Fid-P F Ins Co. S-A >3.00 July 10 June 30
* Holly Suit pf. . Q *1.76 Aug 1 July 15
■ Do accum pf .. >1.76 Aur 1 July 16
l Int R Can A pf Q IH6 Aur 14 July 31
Moore Drop
i -- Forrinr Co.
k clae. A Q *1.50 Aur 1 July 20
Tex P *Lt pf Q 1\ % Aur 1 July 16
t Un Oil of Cat. Q 46c Aur 10 July 18
■ •
' Building Industry Active.
J The building industry shows few
- signs of slackening, as regards pre
■ parations for new construction, Brad
atreet'e saye. Returns front 168 cities
for June show expenditures of >326,-
k 094,988, against >327.321,364 in May
and >255,862,107 in June last year.
, Marked decreases normally occur in
, June, compared with May, but last
month's drop was only four-tenths of
1 per cent under May. while a gain
is shown of 27.4 per cent over June
, last year,
URGES REDUCTION
IN ALLIED DEBTS
Economist Says U. S. Should
Take Off Amount Dollar
Has Gained in Value.
BV CHAB. P. SHAEFFER.
Reduction or allied debt* 10 the
United States by more than a quar
ter, to compensate tpr the present
advanced commodity value of the
dollar, compared with its value when
the loans were made, is advocated h<
Prof. Gustav Cassel of Sweden, on*
of the leading economists of Europe,
in an article in the curre'fit American
Bankers’ Association Journal. He
also advocates further reduction of
the debts by a substantial ratio —as
a compensation for the extra bur
dan’’ which he say* the American tar
iff imposed on nations making pay
msnts to this country.
"There can be no doubt of the
legal obligation of the foreign gov
ernments to pay the debts The
principal nations indebted to the
United States wish to get rid of their *
burdens, or at least to see them re
duced to a minimum, without, having
their own reputation for flnancls 1
solidity diminished thereby or deft
nitely excluding themselves from th*
possibility of financial help in future
wars. But such desires certainly do
not. deserve any support whateve*
Acknowledgment of the claims of
the United States does not, of course
exclude the possibility of discuss!"*
the amount that can rightly be claim
ed. and the economic conditions uo
der which such claims are Justified
Notes Change In Values.
"Most of the advances were made
when the general level of prices in 1
America was much higher than now
The value Os the dollar In which th* ’
advances were made was much leas
than the present value of the dollar
Where the monetary unit 1* subjected
to violent alterations it is bound in
lead to an intolerable amount of real
injustice. This is doubtless th* case
with regard to the foreign govern
ment indebtedness now under discus -
eion. •
The present dollar exceed* the eld
dollar in value in the proportion of
219 to 159. This means that the
debt of the foreign governments
ought to be reduced by 27.4 per cem.
In the case of Great Britain, there
fore, the debt ought to be reduced
from 54.577,900,000 by about >1,256.
000.000 to $3,327,000,600. In the Oaaa
of France the principal of the dehi
would be reduced from >3,340,600,006
to about $2,425,000,060. The reduc
tions are substantial enough. The?
cannot.be said unjustly to reduce th*
claims of the United States. Bn*
they would go a long way toward
making the payments a financial
possibility for the indebted govern- ,
ments.
Local Securities.
While business on the local Stock
Exchange was good, compared with
the record made Thursday, there were
no especial feature# to th# trading
Prices showed good strength through
out the list without change.
Railway common was nominal, but
the bid price was advanced to 304 V.
and the asking quotation to 106 ’ t
The preferred sold at 84.
Capital Traction was quite firm si
par. ..
Washington Gas sold In a small wsv
at 62 to 63%.
In the bond section Gas. 6s were 1
traded in at 103% for round lots and
102% to 103% for small lots.-
In the unlisted list a quotation in
the stock of the Washington Base Ball
Club was Interesting, as it sensed thr
better chance for the club repeating
in the present race, when the hid wa*
Increased to 75. but buyers and sellers
are too far apart in their views to
permit of transactions
Dividend Checks Sent Out.
The Real Estate Mortgage and Guar
anty Corporation sent out the semi
annual dividend checks this morning,
together with the report of the presi '
dent, L. E. Breuninger.
It reports the business of the cor
poratlon for the fiscal ye*P ended June
30, 1925. has been a very prosperous
one. The assets Increased from >l,-
523.616, June 30, 1924, to >2,354.078,
June 30, 1926, and the net discounts,
surplus and earnings have increased
from >145.426. June 30. 1924. to >367,- -
319, June 30. 1925. After paying >53. *
000 today the net, surplus, discounts
and earnings amount to $369,319.78.
The corporation has paid 8 per cem
per annum from the time of its organ /
izatidn on the preferred stock and
per cent on the common stock until _T
the present dividend, when the stock
holders received an increase of one
fourth of one per cent today. Mr.
Breuninger stated that the outlook
never was better and that all signs
point to the coming year being one of
larger growth and larger earning
power.
Leave Here for Convention.
Sixteen representatives of the local 1
chapter. American Institute of Bank
ing. left Washington at 10:55 this
morning for Kansas City to attend
the annual convention of the national
organization, from July 14 to 17. i
Those comprising the delegation -
include Harold W. Burnside. R. Jess* f
Chaney, A. E. Henze, Wilmer .1.
Waller, Charles D. Boyer, Clarence
F. Schatz, Alfred W. Sherman and
Mrs, Sherman, T. Hunton Leith
George E. Irelan. D. E. Wisccarvei.
Raymond P. Lochte. Mrs. Helena D
Reed. Catherine Kreig, Florence M,
Miller and Mabel Royce:
I. C. C. Values Southern Railway.
The Interstate Commerce Comml*
sion today announced a tentative
valuation of >251,538,900 on the proper
ties of the Southern Railway system,
which proved to be a figure much b*
low that assigned by the. corporation
itself. The Southern has outstanding
capital issues against its properry
with a par value of >423,476,473, while *
its book investment account is $387,-
922.214.
The announcement today of a tents
tlve valuation for the Southern, which
Is more than >130,000,000 below thar
company's book investment account
covering its own property, is expected
to institute a controversy which m«'
be pushed into the Federal courts.
The tentative valuation as found ;
today will be laid before the Southern
officials for criticism, and the comml*
ston thereafter will give opportunity
for- argument and hearing. Its fins I
value finding will he announced s*
the termination of this proceeding
Unlisted Securities Prices.
The following lalest bid and asked
prices for unlisted securities are
quoted for the guidance of holders of
these issues:
BONDS.
, ~ Last Lett
* Wd. sokes.
Army snd Navy Club 6* ... 63 ...
Cosmos Club 4%e.. 74 .
Commercial Club lot. 6a fte
Metropolitan Club 451.... 74
STOCKS.
Anacootia Bank. 326
Banking- Trust A Mortgage. . 10 ....
Chapib-Sacks 5 . ...
Chapin-saoka 7* pM 67
Chapin-Sacko B%_pfd 88» 09
Citioeno Savings Bank 16 16
Connecticut Fie Co. 166
ChMotisn Heiirteh Brewery. . 35
Departmental Bank 7%
District Title Ins. Co 10
Franklin National Bank..'.„ 140
Miller Train Control %
Mun*ey Treat Co. , ........ 135
North Capita! Savings Bank. 12%
Northeast Saving* Bank ... IS
Park Saving* Bank .. So .....
Potomac Savings Bank. COA .....
teM“isJin.c. ::: ff
WMhington Base Bail club 7* m
Wfiodrlir* m. umses* iav
ings Bank 12 «e ..

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