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INVESTMENT BOND
PURCHASING GAINS
List Still Affected Some
what by Renewal of
Liquidation.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
NEW YORK, November B.—While
bond prices were mostly higher today,
there were enough exceptions to this to
make it evident that all the liquidation
incidental to the recent decline in
stocks had not evaporated. However,
the class of bonds showing gains indi
cated that there was a great deal of
purely investment purchasing going on
by individuals, insurance companies,
bank; and traders who are taking ad
vantage of the present low level of bond
prices to acquire holdings for public
sale when prices again advance, as they
are convinced they will.
The technical soundness of the
market is shown by the amount of new
financing planned for the near future.
Most of this is municipal, but the fact
that such offerings now have a market
at yields around 4% per cent is an in
dication that bond prices generally are
due for a substantial advance.
One offering today was $3,000,000
Orleans Parish school board, New Or
leans, La.. 5 per cent due from 1967.
The bonds are priced on a 4.80 per cent
basis. The city of New York’s offering
of $60,000,000, postponed recently ow
ing to the unsettled condition of the
market, is expected. to be reoffered
within 10 days.
Public utilities were the feature of
the high-grade list today. American
Telephone Philadelphia Co. 5s
and Columbia Gas 5s (May, 1952), were
all higher. General Public Service SH-s
were off 1 % points. Rail descriptions
were quiet.
Anglo-Chilean 7s were down 2*4
points, in a single sale of a large block.
Dodge Bros. 6s dropped off another
fraction to a new low for the year.
Washington Stock Exchange
SALES.
Capital Traction 5s —$1,000 at 90V4,
$3,000 at 90V 4 .
Washington Gas ss—ssoo at 96 J 4.
Washington Gas 6s A—s4oo at 100 >4.
Washington Gas 6s 8—52,000 at 101,
$l,OOO at 101. ,
Capital Traction Co. —15 at 79%.
Liberty National Bank —5 at 215.
Riggs National Bank —10 at 550.
American Security & Trust Co—lo at ■
440.
Merchants’ Bank Sc Trust Co.—s at 135.
Union Trust Co. —1 at 293%.
Washington Loan Sc Trust Co.—s at
500, 2 at 500. ,
Commercial National Co. pfd.—lo at
101%.
Federal-American Co. com.—2o at 35.
Merchants’ Transfer Sc Storage pfd.—
10 at 101. »
Mergenthaler Linotype—7 at 102, 10 at
102, 10 at 10214, 15 at 102%.
Real Estate Mtge. Sc Guar, pfd.—2oo i
at 7%.
AFTER CALL.
Washington Gas 6s A—s3oo at 100, '
$2OO at 100, $3OO at 100.
Capital Traction ss—sl,ooo at 90%.
Washington Gas 5s —$500 at 97, $l,OOO
at 98%, $5,000 at 98%.
Washington Rwy. Sc Electric 45—53,000
at 81.
Potomac Electric 514% pfd.—ls at 103. ,
Washington Rwy. Sc Elec. pfd.—s at 95. :
Potomac Electric 6% pfd.—s at 108%,
5 at 108%. j
Washington Rwy. Sc Elec. pfd.—3o
at 95. '
Potomac Elec. Cons. ss—slo,ooo at 98. j
UNLISTED DEPT.
Cosmos Club 4%s —$1,000 at 80. •
Commercial Club Ist ss—ssoo at 85. |
NOTICE—This exchange will be
closed tomorrow.
Bid and Asked Prices.
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Bid. Offer.
Amer Tel. ft Teles. 414 s 98
Am. Tel. ft Tel. ctl. tr. 5s ...... 10114
Anacostia Sc Pot. R. B. 5s 81 85
Anacostia * Pot. guar. 5s 91 96
C ft P. Tel. of Va. 5s 100 103
Capital Traction R. R. 5s 90% 91%
City ft Suburban 5s 80 84
Georgetown Gas Ist 5s 96 100
Potomac Bee. cons. 6% 9714 100
Potomac Elec. 6s 1953 .. 104 108
Wash., Alex, ft Mt. Vernon ctf.. 1 3
■Wash., Balto. & Annap. 55....< 71 .....
Washington Gas 5s 98 99
Wash. Gas 6s, series A 99'4 101
Wash. Gas 6s, series B 100% 101%
Wash. Rwy. & Elec. 4s 80% 81%
MISCELLANEOUS.,
Barber & Ross, Inc., 6%« 94 98
Cham.-Vanblt. Hotel 6‘4s 60 100
Chestnut Perm Dairy 6%s 106% 107%
Chevy Chase Club 5%s 100 .....
D. O. Paper Mfß. 6s 89 98
Pot. Joint Stock Ld. Bk. 55.... 90 100
W. M. Cold Storage 5s 95 .....
Wash. Cons. Title 6s 85 100
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Amer. Tel. ft Telga 226 .....
Capital Traction Co 78% 80
Washington Gas 95 110
N. ft W. Steamboat 265 295
Potomac Elec. 6 r r pfd 108% HO
Potomac Elec. 5%(4 pfd 102% 103%
Wash. Ry. ft Elec, com 450
Wash. Rwy. & Elec, pfd 94 96
Wash., Balto. & Annap. com... 7
Wash., Balto. ft Annap. pfd... 7
NATIONAL BANK.
National Capital 220 275
Columbia ". 400 450
Commercial 258 265
District 218 230,
Federal-American 293 312
Liberty 215 230
Lincoln 415 500
National Metropolitan 375 415
Riggs 645 600
Second 210
National Bank of Washington. 290 307
TRUST COMPANY.
American Securities ft Trust 00. 425 460
Continental Trust 133% ......
Merchants' Bank 135 150
National Savings ft Trust 625 550
Union Trust 300 315
Washington Loan & Trust 490 525
SAVINGS BANK.
Bank of Bethesda 65 74
Commercial ft Savings 330
East Washington....... 35 .....
Potomac 315 350
Security Savings ft Commercial. 465 475
Seventh Street 300 ... ,
United States 500
Washington Mechanics’ 60
• FIRE INSURANCE.
American 300
Cot coran 135
Firemen’s 43 45
National Union 23 27
TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia Title 8 10
Real Estate Title 175 190
Title ft Inv. of Md. com 30
Wash. Cons. Title pfd aO
MISCELLANEOUS.
Barber ft Ross. Inc., com 17% 20
Chevy Chare Dairy pfd 104 108
Columbia Sand ft Gravel pfd... 80 86
Commercial Nat’l Co. old .... 101 % 103
D. C. Paper Mfg pfd 95 86
Dist. Natl. Securities pfd 90 102
Federal Storage pfd 115 125
Federal-American Co. c0m...., 34 40
Federal-American pfd 98 100
I.anston Monotype 112 114%
Merchants' Transfer ft Stg. ... 113 120
Merchants’ Trans. & Stor. pfd. 100 105
Mergenthaler Linotype 102 103
Natl. Mtge. & Inv. pld 3% 4
Peonies Drug Stores pfd 102% 110
Real Est. Mtge. & Guar. pfd.. 7% 7%
Security Storage 112 120
Terminal Ref. ft Whg. Corp... 48 53
The Carpel Corp 20% 36
Wash. Mech. Mtge. com :i 11%
Wash. Medical Bldg Corp 100
Woodward ft Lothrop pfd 105%
Unlisted Department.
BONDS.
Bid. Asked.
Army-Navy Club 5s 80
Cosmos Club 4%s 80 95
Commercial Club Ist 6s 85
City Club 7s 50
Metropolitan Club 4%s 85
STOCKS.
Anacostia Bank 325
Chapin Sacks .. 5
Clapin Sacks 7% pfd.. 40 .....
Chapin Sacks B',.- pfd. 100 105
Connecticut Pie Co 40 .....
Chr. Heurlch Br'y 15 50
Departmental Bank 4
District Title Insurance Co .. 40
Franklin National Bank 165
International Bank 50
Miller Train Control
Mousey Trust Co ....... !■ '
North Capita) Savings Bank... lo ...
Northeast Savings 8ank...*.... 20 ..
Paik Savinas Bank ... 80 90
Raleigh Hotel Co 75 85
. Washincton Bovinas Bank l« 20
Washington Title Insurance Co.. 11 ....
Washington Base Ball Club. . <5 <5
Wasdrldsa-Lanfdon Sav'gs Bk. 20 36
’F f N'A'NC l'A’L.
ON NEW YORK BONDS STOCK EXCHANGE |
Received by Private Wife Direct to The Star Office
UNITED STATES.
(Sales are In *1.000.>
Sales. High. Low. Close.
LltitHs... 32 98 16 981 98 0
Lib Ist 4%s 15 99 30 9926 99 30 j
Lib 4th 4% a 224 99 31 99 29 99 31
U S3%s 47. 80 99 12 99 6 99 1-
US 4a 1944 14 107 20 107 18 [07 -0
US4 %a 62. 11 IU 27 11120 111 27 j
FOREIGN. ]
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Argentine 5* 1 »0% 90% 90% ,
Argentine 6sJu 59.. 8 97V* 9, 9<%
Argentine 6s Oct 69 50 97% 97
Argentine May'6l. 22 97 9< . [
Argentine 5%5’62.. 4 94 93% .4*
Argentine 6s A 30 97% 9i *<
Argentine 6s B. .V.. 8 97% 9,% 9i%
Australia 4%s 66... 32 85 84% 84%
Australia 6s 1966.. 22 92% 92% 92%
Australia 6s 1967... 34 93 92% 93
Austria 7s 6 102% 102V* 102%
Bank of Chile 6% s. -I 9 90% 90 90
Bank of Chile 6%5.. 17 93% 93 93
Belgium 6s 41 100 99%
Belgium 6%s 10 104% 104% 104%
Belgium 7s 1955.... 54 107% 107 }OI%
Belgium 7s 1966.... 22 105% 1C5% 105%
Belgium 7%s 38 114% 114% 114% ;
Belgium 8s 17 109 108 109
BaJlvla 7s ct '69.... 25 68 67 67
Bolivia Is 25 93% 93 93% ;
Brazil 6%s 1927.... 31 78% 77 77
Brazil 7s 40 82 80 80
Bremen State 76.... 8 100 99% 100
Canada 6s 1931 3 99% 99 99% <
Canada 6s 1952..... 24 102% 10i% 101% -
Chile 6s’6o 11 88% 87% 87%
Chile 6s *6l 12 89 88% 88%
Chile 7s 1943 7 100% 99% 100%
Christiania 6s 1 99% 99% 99%
Colombia 6s Jan’6l 11 73 72 72
Con Pow Japan 75.. 14 97 96% 96%
Copenhagen 5s ct.. 13 95 94% 94%
Cuba 5%s 18 100 100 100
Czecho 8s 1951 9 108% 108 108%
Czecho 8s 1962 2 108 108 108
Danish Munic 8s A. 1 107% 107% 107%
Danish Munic 8s B. 2 108% 108% 108%
Denmark 4%s 12 88% 88 88% '
Denmark 6%5’65.. 5 100% 100 100%
Denmark «s 2 102% 102% 102%
DEI 5%s Nov 63 .. 3 101% 101% 101%
Dutch East I6s 47. 80 102 101% 102
Dutch East I6s 62.. 3 101V* 101% 101%
El Salvador 8s 48... 3 107% 107% 107%
Fiat 7s x war'46. ..i 6 88 87% 87%
Finland 6%s 3 84 84 84
Finland sf 6s ’45... 1 89 89 89
Finland 75..: 3 93% 93 93
Framerican 7%5... 9 102 101 102
French 7s 9 109 108% 109
French 7%s 17 114 113 113
Qerman Bank fs *1 46 86 .86 86 1
German El P 6%■.. 23 92 91 91 1
German 7e 64 105% 105% 106% J
Ger Gen Eleo 7s. ..i 2 100% 100 100% 1
Greek 6s 1963 10 81 81 81 ]
Haiti 6s 26 98% 98 98% 1
Hungary 7%s 4 99% 99% 99% 1
Irish Free State 6s„ 2 95% 96% 85% 1
Italy 7s 42 93% 93 93 1
Italian Pub S 75.... 1 91% 91% 91%
Japanese 4s 27 93 93 93
Japanese 6%s 75 102% 101% 102%
Kreuger&To’l 6sct 152 91% 89% 89% !
Lyons 6s 11 99% 99% 99% j
Marseille 65.. 19 99% 99% 99%
Meg 4s 1904 asnd.. 10 10% 10% 10% [
Mexico 4s 10 asnt.., 1 11 11 11
Milan 6%5.. 1 83 83 83
Montevideo 7s 6 99 98% 98%
Netherlands 6s 72.. 15 103% 103% 103%
New So Wales 675.. 12 89 89 89
New So Wales 68.. 14 89% 89% 89%
Norway 6s 1963.... 6 96 85% 95%
Norway 6%s 28 100 99% 100
Norway 6s 1943.... 5 102 101% 101%
Norway 6s 1944.... 2! 101% 101% 101%
Norway 6%s 1962.. 12 101% 101% 101%
Orient dev 6%s 81.. 13 86. 85% 65%
Paris-Ly-Med 65... 26 100% 99% 100%
Parls-Ly-Med 75... 22 101% 101% 101%
Peru 6s 1960 9 77 77 77
Peru 6s 1961....... 50 71 71 71
7s 4 94% 94% 94%
Pirelli 7s 52 3 108 108 108
Poland 6s 40 13 73% 73% 73% ,
Poland 7s (rets)... 10 77% 77% 77%
Poland 8s 18 88 86 88
Porto Alegre 85.... 2 98% 98% 98% ,
Prague 7%s 12 105 104% ICS <
Queensland 75....» 6 107 106 106 <
Rhlnelbe Un 75.... 10 99% 99 99% (
Rhine Wst EP 65’62 3 87 85% 85% <
Phine WstEP6s«l 23 89 88 88 <
RhlneWst EP 7s 60 2 100 100 100 (
Rio de Janerio 6 Vie 19 79 79 ’ 79 i
Rio de Jan 8s 1946.. 4 95 95 95 <
Rio Gr do Sul 6s 48. 79 69% 69% 69% (
Rio Gr Do Sul 85... 61 100% 100% 100% <
Rome 6%s * 16 86% 63% 83% <
Sao Paulo 8s 1935... 7 95 95 96 <
Sao Paulo 1950..... 1 93 91 93 i
Saxon (PW) 7#..., ’9 93 92% 93 <
Seine 7e 43 1 104% 104% 104% ’<
Serbs Cr Slav 75.... 29 74 73% 73% i
Serbs CrotSlo 85... 7 84% 84 84% i
Solssons 6s 6 99V* 99% 99%
Sweden 5%s 1 104 104 104
Sweden 6s 5 101% 101% 101%
Swiss 5%s 1946.... 16 102% 102% 102%
SwissConfed 85..., 24 107% 107% 107%
Toho El Pow 75... 25 98 97% 98
Toklo 5s 1 73% 73% 73%
Tokios%s 1961.... 20 87 86% 66%
Utd Kingm 6%s 87. 66 103% 102% 102%
Uruguay 6s 1960... 41 97 96% 96%
Uruguay 8s 2 105% 106% 105%
Vienna 65’52 6 83% 82% 82%
Warsaw 75'52..... 16 69 68% 68%
Yokohama 6s 4 93% 93 93%
MISCELLANEOUS.
Abram&Straus 6%s It 100% 100 100%
Alleghany Cp 6s ’44 30 100 99% 100
Alleghany 5s 49 wf. 72 100 99% 100
AmAgrlChem 7%5. 15 105% 105 ‘ 105%
Am IntCor 6%s 49.137 98 96 97
Am Chem 6%scv 49123 104% 102 104%
Am Kat Gas «%s 42. 6 72% 72 72
Am Smlt& R Ist 6s 19 100% 100 100
Am Sugar Ref 65... 8 102% 102% 102%
Am T&T cv 4%s 39 1262. 145 138 139
Am T&Tcl tr 6s. .. 32 102% 101% 10!%
Am T&T s f 55.... 21 102 101% 102
Am Tel & Tel 6% s.. 40 105% 105 105%
Am Water Wks 65.. 12 100 100 100
Aromur&Cot%s39. 32 87% 87 87%
Armour Del 6%5... 24 83% 83 83
Associated 011 65... 20 102 101% 102
At! Gulf 6s 69 52 69% 68% 68%
Atlantic Refln 65... 2 100% 100% 100%
E?ell Tel Pa 6s B 8 103 102% 103
Bethlehm Stl pm 6s 46 99% 99 99
Beth Steel rs 65.... 1 102 101% 102
Beth Steel 5%s 53.. 71 105 104% 105
Bethlehem Steel 6s 168 104% 104% 104%
Bklyn Edison 65... 6 103 102% 103
Bush Term Bldg 6s 3 »9 99 99
Certaln-Td 6%s ret* 6 67% 67% 67%
Chile Copper 65.... 41 95% 94% 94%
Colon 011 6s’3B 6 82% 82% 82%
Col G&EI 6s May 63 37 99% 99 99
Com Invest 5%s ’49 119 98 86% 65%
Com Invest 65'48.. 3 92% 92% 92%
Con Coal Md 65.... 40 70 68 70
Con Gas NY 6 % s.. 48 104% 104 101%
Consumers Pow 65.. 18 102 101% 101%
Cuba Cane 8s 4 49% 49 *49
Cuban Am Sug Bs.. 11 99% 99% 99%
Det Edison 6s 40... 2 101 100% 100%
Det Edison 6s 7 106 ’ 105% 105%
Dodge 6s 56 93% 93 93
Donner Steel 75.... 5 101% 101% 101%
Duquesne 4%s 67.. 5 98 97% 97%
Fisk Rub 85... .... 3 87 86 86
Gen Cable 6%s 47.. 11 99 98% 99
Gen Mot Ac Cor 6s. 64 100 99% 100
Goodrich 6%s 15 106 105 106
Goodyear 6s rets... -Tl 91% 90V* 91%
Humble 011 6s 21 99% 99 99
Humble O ft R 6%5. 20 100% 100% 100%
111 Bell Tel 6s 9 102% 102% 102%
111 Steel 4%s 40.... 2 98 98 98
Inland Stl 4%s 78.. 21 92% 92% 92%
Inti Cement 6548... 15 92 91% 91%
lntl Match 6s 47... 48 96 95 96
Int Mer Mar 65.. •. 1 90% 90% 90%
Int Paper 6s 47 5 91 91 91
IntTel&Teleg 4%.. 0 94% 93% 93%
IntTel&Tel 4%scv 179 135 130 131%
Kan Gft E6s 63.... 1 102% 102% 102%
Kan City Pft L 65.. 6 IQ2 102 102
KendallOWs 48 war 1 91% 91% 91%
Lacka wa Stl 65.... 12 t 99% 99% 99%
Laclede 6s 3 99% 98% 98%
Laclede G 6%S 62.. 21 102 101% 102
Lautaro Nitrate 6s. 14 89 87 87
Llgget&Myers 655 l 2 100 100 100
Liggett & Myers 7s 6 120 120 120
IjOttv • Inc (t 8 103% 10* 103%
Loew’s 6s w o war.. 4 90 90 90
Lortllard 65...... .. 6 82% 83% 83%
Lorlillard 6%s 9 81% 81 81%
Lorlllard <P) 75... 7 106V* 106 106
Lou Gas ft El 6s 63. 13 100% 100% 100%
Manatl Sugar 7 %s. 15 79 79 79
McCormch ER 6s’J4 3 100 100 100
Mldyale Steel 65... 19 99 98% 98%
Montana Pow 6s 43 12 100% 100% 100%
Montana Pw deb 6s 12 97% 97% 9744
Mor s&Co Ist 4%5. 1 77% 77% 77%
Nat Dairy B%s 39 96 95% 96
Nat Radiator 6%5. 13 26% 2«% 26%
New England Tel 6s 3 102% 10244 102%
N V Edison 6s 44... 16 103% tO3 103%
N T Edtfon *%s. .. R 111% 111 111%
N X Tel 4%s a. 10 98% 9e.% 98%
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. T>. C.. FRIT)AT. NOVEMBER 8. 1929.
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Sales. Rich. Low. Clout.
NY Tel 6s 41 2 105% 105% 105%
N Y Tel 6s 49 13 109V* 109% 109%
North Am Edit 65.. 10 98% 98 98%
No Am Ed6%a’62. 26 101% 101 101%
Nor Ohio TrftL 6s. . « 95% 95% 95%
Nor States Pow 65.. 21 100 99% 100
Nor States Pow 6s. 4 103 102% 103
Pacific Gas ft El 6s. 42 100 99% 99%
PacT&T Ist 65... 3 101 100% 100%
Pac T&T 6s 62.... 4 102% 102% 102%
Pan Amer Pete 6s. . 6 103 102% 102%
Pan-Amer Pete 75.. 3 104% 104% 104%
Paramount 6s 1947. 5 96% 95% 95%
Phlla Co 6s 67 30 98% 93 98%
Phlla ft Read 6a’49 164 97 94 94
Philips Petro 6%5. 28 89 88 89
Por Rlc Am Tob 6s. 23 92 92 92
Postal Tel ft C6%s 107 94% 93% 93%
Pressed Stl Car 6a. 5 81 81 81
Pub Ser 4%s , 5 166 166 166
RemlngtonAr 6s 32. 3 94 94 94
Rem Rnd 5%s war. 37 90% 90% 90%
Richfield Oil 6* ’44. 12 97% 97 9.11
Sinclair 011 6a 34 99 98% 99
Sinclair OH 6%5.. . 44 96% 96 * 96%
Sinclair OH 7s 1} 1 ®? t/ orjf
Sinclair Crude 6%s 21 9aV4 94%
Sin Pipe Line 65.... U
Skelly Oil 6%s 4 Ba* *5% 85%
South Bell Tel 65... 81 01 1100% 101
Southwest Bell 65.. 4 103 102% 103
Stand Oil N Y 4%5. 39 95% 9o 95%
Stand Oil NJ 46-... 39 10 % 101 101%
Tenn Copper 6s 41.. 14 94 94 •
Tenn Elec Pow 6s 4, 16 103 * 103 .4 Joj %
Tex Corp CV 6s 1944 246 100 * 100 1W
Transeontl Oil 6%s 7b 98 97% 98
United Drug 6s 63.. 19 92 91 •-
U S Rub Ist rs 6s. .. 18 85% 85 85 *
U S Rub 7%s 11 90 98 4 99
Utah Pow* Lt 65.. 14 97% 97% 97%
Utilities Powr 6%5. 8 9,% f%% 87%
Vertlentes Sug 75.. 2 75 <•> to
Walworth 65'45...! 5 90 90 90
Walworth 6%s 35.. 11 98 96 4 9j *
War Qulnland *s ’39 16 99% 88 88
West Elec 65....... 10 101% 101% 1014
Westn Union 6s 51. 13 102% 102% 102%
White Eagle 0 6%.. 4 98% 98% 98%
White Sew Mach... 6 82 82 8-11
Wlpk-Spen cv 75... 10 32 30 32
Willys-Ov 6%s 33., 11 99 99 99
Wilson ft Co Ist 6s. 2 97% 97% o<%
Win RepeatAr 7%s 11 106 106 106
Youngstn Sft T 6s. 105 100% 99% 99%
RAILROAD.
Ann Arbor 4s 20 75 75 75
Atchisonadj 45.... 104 90 87 87
Atchison gen 45.... 8 93 92V* 92%
Atch deb 4%s 45.... 44 140 lit 134
Atlantic CL Ist 4S. 34 91% 91% 91%
Atlantic CL 4s 24 88% 87 BS%
Bft OGold 18 91% 91% 91%
BftO cv 4%5. .*.*,. 62 96% 96 96%
B ft Ors 6s 32 100% 100% 100%
BftO 6s 2000 D.. .* 8 100% 100% 100%
BftOls 6s Ct 23 103 102% 103
B &Ors Imp 65... *. 43 108 107 107
Bft O PLEWY 45.. 4 91% 91% 91%
B&O SW 6s 60...., 18 102% 102 102
B ftO Toledo 41.... 17 85% 85% 85%
Bang ft Aroos 4s 61. 2 85% 85% 85%
Boston ft Maine 65.. 2 97% 97% 97%
Brooklyn Elev 6%s 21 82% 82% 82%
Bklvn Manhat 65... 80 90 89 90
Buff Rft Pitts 4%5. 20 87% 87% 87%
Bush Term con 65.. 1 95% 95% 95%
Can Nat 4%s 30.... 22 99% 99% 99%
Can Nat 4%s 54.... 4 92% 91% 91%
Can Nat 4%557.... 1 92 92 92
Can Nor 6%s 6 115 115 115
Can Nor 7s 6 109% 109% 109%
Canada Sou 6s 6 102- 101% 101%
Can Pac debts 81 84% 83 83
Can Pac 4%s 46.... 6 97% 97% 97%
Can Pac 65’44 rets. 69 101 100% 100%
Car Clin&Ohlo 6s 62 9 106% 106% 106%
Cent of Ga 6sC 69. 12 100 99% 99%
Cent Pac 4s 5 90 90 90
Cent Pac Ist 6s 90.. 83 102 100% 100%
Ches ft O Corpn 6s. 63 96% 96 96%
Ches & O gen 4%5.. 5 97 97 97
Chi B&Q gen 4s 63.. 12 91% 90% 91%
C8&Q4%5778.. 4 99% 99% 99%
CBft Q Ist rs 65..» 6 103% 101 103%
CB&Qllldiv4s... 5 91 91 91
Chl&E 111 gn 6s 61.. 7 76% 76% 76%
Chi Gt West 4s 69.. 29 64 63 63
CM&StPGen 89.. 5 82% 82% 82%
ChIM&StP4%sCB9.. 14 93 92% 93
Chi M&StP 4%s E.. 5 93 93 93
Chi MllSPftPacss76 39 90 89% 90
CMSP&Pao adJsso3 82 70 69% 68%
ChiftNW 4%s 1957.. 5 105 106 105
Chf&NWref 65.... 8 103 100 103
ChI&NW 6%a....» 11 106% 106% 106%
Chi ft NW 9$ 82 tO l 100 101
Chi Rys 6s 7 71% 71 71
Chi RI ft Pgn 45... 10 86 85 % 86
Chi Rift Prf 45... 52 94% 93% 94%
Chi RI & P 4%5. ... 37 94% 95% 94%
Chi St P&O 6s 30... 6 99 99% 99%
Chi THft S E 6s. .* 4 94% 94% 94%
Chi Union Sta 6%5. 2 114% 114% 114V*
Cft W I 6%s 62.... 7102 101% 101%
CCC&StL deb 4%5.. 6 93 98 98
CCC &StL 5s D.... 6 101 101 101
Colo ft Sou 4 %5.... 4 96% 96% 96%
Cuba R R 7%s 2 99% 99 99
Del ft Hud Ist rs 4s. 27 92% 92% 92%
DRO ft Wst Sa 78.. 7 88% 87 88V*
Del ft Hud 5 %5.... 6 103 102% 102%
Del & Hud 7s 30.... 1 100% 100% 100%
Den ft Rio Gcn 45.. 4 92 91% 92
Den&RioG 4 % 536.. 2 82% 92% 92%
D Rio G West 65.... 21 «1% 90% 90%
East Tenn Va&Ga 6a 10 102 102 102
Erie conv 4s A 41 80% 80 80V*
Erie Gen 4s 84 78 77% 78
Erie cv 6s 67 34 96 94% 96
ErleconvEx 75.... 1 101% 101% 101%
Fla East C6s 74...-, 2 65 * 65 65
Gr Trunk st db 6s. .17 105 105 105||
Grand Trunk 75.... 1 109 109 109
Gt Nor 4%s E 1 96 96 96
GtNor 4%576D... 6 95% 96% 95%
Gt Nor 5s 2 101V* 101V* 101V*
Gt Nor 5%s 24 106% 106% 106%
Gt Nor gen 7s 22 109 108 109
Hocking Val 4%5.. 7 94 93% 94
Hud ft Mania) 6a... E0 74 73 73
HudftMan ref 65... 39 94% 93 93
111 Cent 4s 62 1 88% 88% 88%
111 Cent 4s 53 7 88% 88% 98V*
111 Cent 4%s 66.... 20 98% 97 V* 9g%
111 Cent ref 4s 1 90 90 90
111 Cent Chi 4%5.... 2 96 94% 94%
Int Rapid Trans 6s. 12 62 61 61
Int Rap Tr 6s stpd.. 29 62 61 62
Int Rapid Trans 6s. 20 46 45 45
Int Rapid Trans 7s. 25 82 80% 80%
Int ft G Nor Ist 6s. . 5 100% 100 100%
Int ft G Nor adj 6s $lB 79 78% 78V*
Int Rys CA 6s 72.. 2 74 73% 73%
Int Rys C A 6%srct 3 94% 90V* 94%
Kansas City S 65... 38 98V* 98 98V*
Kan City Term 45.. 1 87V* 87V* 87%
Lake Snore 4s 11... 22 97% 97% 97%
Lehl Val cn 4s 10 85% 85% 85%
LehlVgen 4%a 2003 6 95% 93% 93%
Louls&Nash uni 4s. 5 94 93% 93%
Louis ft Nash 75... 18 100% 100 100
Market St 7s 40.... 6 87 87 87
Mill El Ry&Lt 4%S 1 98 98 98
Mil El Ry ft Lss 61 12 99% 99 99%
M StP&SSM cn 45.. 7 87% 87% 87%
MStP&SSM5s3Bgtd. 2 95 95 95
M StP & SSM 6%5.. 3 99 99 99
MK&T4SB 5 86% 85% 85%
MK &T adj 6s .11 99% 99% 99%
MK&T 4 %s 78.... 1 93 93 93
MK&Tprln 6s ▲. 15 101% 100 100
Mo Pacific gen 45.. 26 74% 74 74%
Mo Pac 6s A65 5 99 99 99
Mo Pac 6s F 77 11 99% 98% 99%
Mo Pao 6s G 78..,. 10 98% 98% 98%
Mo Pac 6%s 49 cvt. 209 105 105 105
Nassau El 4s 61.... 1 45% 45% 45%
N Y Cen gen 3%5..* 4 79% 79% 79%
N Y Cent 4s 98 6 89 88% 88%
N Y Cen rs 6s S7 101% 103% 104%
N Y Cent deb 65.... 7 104% 104% 104%
NY C& SlLdeb 4s. 9 97 97 97
NY C&StL 4%s C.. 8 94% 94% 94%
N YC ft StL 6%s A 44 U>7% 106% 106%
NY C & StL 6%s B. 5 106% 105% 105%
NY C&StL 6s A.. 14 100% 100% 100%
NY NH&Hdeb 45’57 2 72% 72% 72%
NH NH&Hart 4%5. 11 90V* 9G*i 90V.
NY NHftHart clt 6s 1 106% 105% 105%
NYNHSHcvdb 6a 46 127% 127 127%
N Y State Ry 4%5. 138 19 17 19
NYState Ry 6%s 62 10 20% 20 20%
NY Sus&Wn gen 6s 15 70 70 70
NY Sus&Wn 6s 37.. 175 Vi 76% 75V*
NY W&84%5.... 19 84% 84% 84%
Norfolk &W cn 45.. 23 91 .91 91
Nor Pac 3s 2047.... 2 64% 64 64%
Nor Pac 4s 16 87% 87% 87%
Nor Pao rs 6s 27 111% 110 111%
Ore Short Lrf 45... 14 99% 99% 99%
Ore Short L6s gtd. 14 104% 104 104
Ore Wash Ist 45.... 3 88 88 88
Penna con 4%s 11 101% 101% 101%
1 Penna gen 4%5.... 17 96% 96% 96%
Penna 463 10 93 97% 97%
Penna gen 6s 5 106% 105% 105%
1 Penna 6s 64 12 102 101% 102
Penna 6%s 34 107 105% 107
Penna gold 7s 76 100% 100% 10C%
1 Pere Marq Ist 6s. .. 1 101% 101% 101%
PC C&StL 6s 875 2 103% 96% 103%
' Port El PL 6s 9 96 95% 96%
J Port R LP6S 47... 1 98% 93% #3%
i. niofj Wist (i 1 90% 90% 90%
k it i Ark ft L lifts.. 13 94% 94% 94W
Sales. High. Low. dose.
StL IMAS gn is 31. 9 99% $9%
StL IMAS RAG 4a.. 12 94% 94 94
StLAS Fpl 4s A.. 62 87 86% 87
StL ASF4%s7B.. £0 89 88% 88%
St LASF pr In 65.. 6 100% 100 100
StLS W con 4582.. 10 95% 95% 95%
StL SW6a 62 3 97% 97% 97%
StLS W Ist 45..... 5 82% 82% 82%
StP A KCShL 4 Ha. 1 92 92 92
San AAAm P 45... 7 91% 91% 91%
Seab AL 4s sta 13 69 68% 68%
Scab AL ref 4s 5 66 56 56
Seab AL con (a.... 13 71 69% 69%
SB All Fla 6s 36 A. 2 60 60 60 ,
Sou Pao clt 4a 9 87% 87% 87%
Sou Pao ref 4a 28 89% 89% 89%
Sou Pac 4%s 69 ww 60 96% 95 95
Sou Ry gen 45...... 69 88% 87 88%
Sou Ry con 6a...... 12 106% 106% 106%
Sou Ry 6s 66 3 115% 115% 115%
Sou Ry 6%a 12 120% 120% 120%
Sou Ry Mo A O 45.. 2 91 91 91
Term Asso S L 4a.. 4 87% 87 87
Tex Ark FS 5%s 50. 5 103 103 JO3
Texas A Pacific Ist. 4 105 105 105
Tex A Pac 6s B 1977 42 100% 99% 99%
Tex A Pao 6s C 79.. 15 99% 99% 99%
Third Ave ref 4s 60. 6 61% 51% 51%
Third AveadJ 65... 1 28% 28% 78%
Tol Tr LAP 6%s 30, 5 09% 99% 99%
Union Pao Ist rs 4a 20 94 94 91
Union Pao 4s 68.... 1 87% 87% 87%
Un Pao Ist ref Es... 2 106 106 106^
Virginia Ry Ist 6a.. 82 103% 103% 103%
Vv Ky A P6a 3 100% 100% 100%
Wbash 4%s 78 rets. 3 89% 89% 89%
Wbash 6a 76 8... r. 5 99% 99% 99%
Wabash Ist 65..... 1 101 101 101
Wbash 6%s 76 26 102% 10!% 102%
West Maryland 45.. 81 79 78% 78%
West Md 6%s 77... 2 94% 94% 94%
West Pacific 6a...., 11 07 06% 96%
West Shore 4s 61... 8 87% 87% 87%
Wheel ALE cn 4s. t 1 86% 86% 86%
Wls Cent gn 4s 49... 7 77% 77 177
DEPOSITS INCREASE
IN 12 BALTIMORE BANKS
Special Dispatch to The Star.
RICHMOND, Va., November B.—The
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
reports that deposits in 12 mutual sav
ings banks In Baltimore aggregated
$189,193,610 at the close of business
September 30, 1929, a higher figure
than either $188,715,330 on August 31,
1929, or $184,837,715 on September 30,
1928. Time deposits In 61 regularly re
porting member banks on October 16
totaled $245,051,000, compared with
$243,678,000 on September 18 this year
and $245,684,000 on October 17 last
year.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
CHICAGO, November B.—(United
States Department of Agriculture)
Hogs, 19,000 head, including 5.000 di
rect; market fairly active; mostly 15 to
25 higher; shipping demand broad;
top, 9.45 paid for 240a280-pound
weights. Bulk, 190-325 pounds, 9.25 to
9.40; 150-180 pounds, 9.00 to 9.25;
butchers, medium to choice, 250-300
pounds, 8.85 to 9.45; 200-250 pounds,
9.00 to 9.45: 160-200 pounds, 8.85 to
9.40; 130-160 pounds, 8.75 to 9.25;
packing sows, 7.90 to 8.50; pigs, medium
to choice, 90-130 pounds, 8.25 to 9.00.
Cattle—Receipts, 1,500 head; calves,
receipts, 1,000 head; generally steady
market; yearlings and light steers con
tinue In demand, no reliable outlet for
heavy bullocks; top,' 14.10 paid for
mixed light yearlings; slaughter clasess,
steers, good and choice, 1,300-1,500
pounds, 12.00al5.00; 1,100-1,300 pounds,
12.50aA5.50; 950-1,100 pounds, 13.50a
13.75; common and medium, 850
pounds up. 8.75a13.25: fed yearlings,
good and choice, 750-950 pounds, 13.75
a!6.25; heifers, good and choice, 850
pounds down. 13.50a15.25; common
and medium, 5.75a7.75; low cutter and
cutter, 4.50a6.00: bulls, good and
choice (beef), 8.75a10.25; cutter to
medium, 6.50a9.00; vealers, (milk fed),
good and choice, 12.50a15.75; medium,
11.00al2.50; cull and common, 7.00a
11.00; stocker and feeder-steers, good
and choice, all weights, 10.00all.25;
common and medium, 7.00a9.75.
Sheep—Receipts, 9,000 head; market
active, strong; bulk natives. 12.25 to
12.60; top to outsiders, 12.85; fat ewes,
5.00 to 5.50; feeding lambs quotable
steady; lambs, good and choice, 92
pounds down, 12.20 to 13.00; medium,
10.75 to 12.25; cull and common, 7.00 to
10.75; ewes, medium to choice, 150
pounds down, 4.25 to 5.75; cull and
common, 2.25 to 4.50: feeder lambs,
good and choice, 12.00 to 13.00.
MONEY MARKET.
NEW YORK, November 8 (IF). —Call
money was In fair supply today, re
newing at 6 per cent and keeping at
that rate throughout the day. The
demand was light and funds were ob
tainable in the outside market at
slightly lower than the official rate.
The time money market was dull,
with little money being loaned at 6
per cent, the quoted rate for all ma
turities.
The market for bankers’ acceptances
was fair. The asking rates, unchanged
from yesterday’s, were as follows:
30. 60 and 90 days, 4% per cent; 120
days, IV* per cent, and 180 days, 474
I per cent.
>—
PARIS BOURSE PRICES.
PARIS, November 8 (/P). —Prices were
firm on the Bourse today. Three per
cent rentes, 79 francs 60 centimes. Five
per cent loan, 104 francs 75 centimes.
Exchange on London, 123 francs 87%
centimes. The dollar was quoted at 25
francs 38% centimes.
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MARINE PRODUCTS
IN LARGEDEMAND
Numerous Varieties of Sea
Food Are Displayed
at D. C. Market.
There was the usual Friday morning
demand for marine products registered
at Municipal Fish Market and whole
sale houses in other sections this morn
ing and dealers had supplies more than
enough to equal demands. Fish were
not especially plentiful, however, ac
cording to dealers, and prices were not
exceptionally cheap.
Dealers had numerous varieties of
fish to offer the retail trade, including
Norfolk spots, croakers, jumping mul
lets and fish of the varieties shipped
from Boston and New Jersey markets.
Few fish also were received from
Florida, but heavy shipments from there
will not come until cold weather.
Oysters Plentiful.
Oysters were plentiful and of splendid
quality, dealers reported, and were in
good demand. Selects were quoted at
$2.50 and standards at $2.25 a gallon.'
Price of shell stock depended entirely
upon the size and quality of the oysters.
Eggs also were in demand, strictly
fresh hennery stock being so scarce that
some retailers quoted them as high as
85 cents a dozen. Haulers from nearby
Maryland and Virginia this morning
did not have their usual heavy ship
ments. *
Poultry dealers this morning had
fairly heavy supplies of turkeys from
nearby Maryland and Virginia, many
of them small Spring turkeys, and they
also had a few large ones. Frozen
turkeys were offered the trade, some
of the supplies from the West proving
exceptionally attractive, and prices were
reported fairly cheap.
Heavy receipts of chickens, ducks and
keats also were reported. They were in
fair demand at prevailing prices, dealers
reporting prices the same as those
quoted yesterday. Meat receipts were
more than ample to meet demands, an
easing of the market being reported.
Tangerines, first of the season, came
from Florida, and attracted much atten
tion, increasing the already long list of
fruits offered. No. 1 tangerines were
offered at $2.50 and $3.50 a box, No. 2
stock bringing $1.50 and $2. Oranges,
grapefruit, honeydews. pears and grapes
continued in plentiful supply at prices
that have prevailed the past few days.
Vegetable Receipts.
Anise, said by dealers to be one of the
leading salad vegetables, was received
from Norfolk, Va., and was offered at
| $1 and $1.25 a bushel basket. Brussels
sprouts, received from Long Island,
N. Y., was offered at $6 and $6.50 a
crate.
Dealers had wax beans from Norfolk
to offer at SLSO a bushel. There was
practically no demand for them, how
. ever, Washington consumers usually de
manding the green variety. Few home
grown tomatoes were offered on the
farmers’ line this morning at $1.25 and
$1.50 for 2-peck baskets.
Commission merchants had plentiful
supplies of shipped-in tomatoes from
California, prices depending upon size
and condition of the vegetable. They
also had numerous quantities of other
vegetables, some homegrown and some
shipped-ln stock.
A slight easing of the butter market
was reported this morning, the de
crease, however, not being great enough
to have any material effect upon the re
tail market. Prices of most commodities
this morning were the same as prices
quoted yesterday.
Dealers reported a slight Improvement
in business this morning, but trading,
' they stated, was not heavy, although re
-1 ceipts of practically every commodity,
■ with the exception of eggs, were fairly
j heavy. '
Today’s Wholesale Prices—Jobbers’
i Prices Slightly Higher.
! Butter—One-pound prints, 44a45; tub,
44844(4; store packed, 30a32.
’ Eggs—Hennery, 55; fresh selected, 48a
60; current receipts, 45.
Poultry, alive—Turkeys, young hens
and toms, 37a38: old hens, 35; old toms,
33; Spring chickens, large, 27a28: me
i dlum, 26a27; broilers, 30a32; Leghorn?,
• 22a23; fowls, 28a29; Leghorn fowls, 20$
’> 21; roosters. 18; ducks, 15a20; keats,
i young, 40a65; old, 30 Dressed—
■ Turkeys, young, 45a46; old. 40; Spring
• chickens, large, 35a36; medium, 32a33;
broilers, 37a38; roosters, 24a25; ducks,
• 29a30; keats, 70a80.
1 Meats—Beef, 20a22; veal, 24a28;
• lamb, 26a27; pork loins, 23a26: fresh
hams, 22a25; fresh shoulders, 20a23;
1 smoked hams, 25a26; smoked shoulders,
18a20; bacon, 28; lard, in bulk, 14; In
■ packages. 15.
1 Live stock—Calves, 14%a15; lambs,
i 121 •> a 13.
Fruit and Vegetable Review.
The daily market report on fruits
and vegetables, compiled by the Market
: News Service Bureau of Agricutural
• Economics, says:
t Apples—Supplies moderate; demand
. moderate, market steady. Boxes—
t Washington, extra fancy, delicious,
i medium to large sizes, 3.75; extra fancy
Jonathans, medium to large sizes.
3.00a3.25; combination, exits fancy and
fancy, delicious, medium to large sizes,
3.50; C grade. King Davids, medium
size, 2.25a2.50. Bushel baskets—Vir
ginia, unclassified. 3 inches up. Stay
mans, fair quality, 1.50; Maryland,
U. s. No. 1, 2V2 inches up, Yorks,
2.00; Pennsylvania, unclassified, Yorks,
2'i Inches up, Yorks, fair quality, 1.25;
U. S. No. 1, 2*4 to 2*/2 inches, 1.56.
Cabbage— Supply moderate; demand
light, market dull; New York, 90-pound
sacks, Danish type, 1.30a1.40; 100-
pound sacks, Danish type, 1.50a1.65.
Celery—Supplies light; demand mod
erate, market steady; New York, 2-3
crates, 2.75a2.85; few high as 3.00; some
small size low as 2.50.
Potatoes—Supplies liberal: demand
light, market about steady; New York
150-pound sacks, round whites, U. S.
No. 1, 4.25a4.40; some decayed, 2.50a
3.50; Maine, 120-pound sacks, Green
Mountains, U. S. No. 1. 3.60a3.75;
Idaho, 50-pound boxes, Russet Bur
banks bakers, 60s to 80s, 4.00.
N. Y. Bank Stocks
NEW YORK, November 8
ing bid and asked prices yesterday on
the stocks of several leading New York
national banks and trust companies
follow:
NATIONAL BANKS.
„ , . Bid. Asked.
Bank of America 140 160
Broadway National no 185
Chase National 156 166
Chatham and Phenix 110 125
Chelsea r<o 90
■ Fifth* Avenue no 3.100
First w T*'""rL , .i-i. 5,000 6.000
Harriman 1.800 2,000
Manhattan Co 675 775
National City 295 310
TRUST COMPANIES.
Bankers 135 145
Brooklyn 850 1,000
Central Hanover 340 355
Corn Exchange 200 215
Chemical 80 90
Equitable 400 410
Guaranty 660 690
Irving 60 64
j Manufacturers 120 140
New York; 260 280
United States 3,300 4,000

TREASURY CERTIFICATES.
(Reported by J. & W. Seligman & Co.)
Rate—Maturity. Bid. OEer.
4Us Dec. 15, 1929 100 100 2-32
4Us Dec. 15, 1929 100 2-32 100 4-32
s'aS Mar. 15, 1930 100 19-32 100 23-32
4%S June 16, 1930 100 21-32 100 24-32
3Us Mat. 15. 1932 98 24-32 98 28-32
3'bS Sent. 15, 1932 98 24-32 98 28-32
3Us Dec. 15, 1932 98 24-32 98 28-32
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
(Quotations furnished by W. B. Hibbg ft Co.)
Nominal gold Selling checks
value (or par). today.
London, pound $4.8665 $4.87%
Paris, franc .193 .0393%
Brussels, belga .139 .1399
Berlin, mark. .2382 .2393
Rome, lira .193 .0523%
Zurich, franc 193 .1938%
Athens, drachma 193
Madrid, peseta 193 .1411
Vienna, schilling 14069 .1414
Budapest, pengo, 1749
Prague, crown (nom.) .0296%
Warsaw, z10ty..., 1122
Copenhagen, crown 268 .2680
Oslo, crown .268 .2680
Stockholm, crown 268 .2887%
Money to Loan .
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BUILDING ASSOCIATION
6972 Wise. Ave., Bethesda, Md. Wiscomin 4132 “
Organized under the Laws of the State of Maryland
MANAGEMENT
WALTER A. JOHNSTON, Pte*. R. S. ANTROBI S. Secretary
Attorney. Chevy Chase. Md. Accountant, Chevy Chase. Md.
P. J. O'HANLON. Chevy Chase. Md. EDWARD J. HARDING _ „
Pres.. O’Hanlon Plumbins Supply Co. Asst. Gen 1 Mar., Associated Gen I ‘
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Director. FrankHn National Bank HARRY R. LOVELESS. Chevy Ch., Md.
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