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YULE CLUB FUNDS.
DUE INffl DAYS
Banks to Deliver Checks to
55,307 Thrifty D, C.
Residents.
BY EDWARD C. STONE.
Washington banks are planning for
the distribution in about 10 days of
an aggregate of $4,362,160 in Christ
mas Savings Club funds to 55,307
thrifty club members. The checks
are always distributed around the first
of December, making the money
available for Christmas shopping
while the stores are still stocked with
the best possible variety of holiday
goods.
During the past year Christmas
Club members in this city saved an
average of $79 each. Other sections
of the country averaged only $48 each
in individual accounts, according to
the report from the national organi
zation which started the Christmas
Club movement many years ago.
The sum total of Christmas Savings
Club funds subscribed in Washington
during the past 12 months was con
siderably smaller than in other recent
years. Perhaps the chief reason for
the drop was the fact that there were
10 fewer banks conducting such clubs.
The depression, of course, was an
other vital factor. The Advertising
Committee of the District Bankers
Association, however, received high
μι aise iur ilî> pan. m ueipuig raise me
club total to nearly $4.500,000 and
interesting more than 55,000 Wash
ingtonians in this particular form of
thrift.
Savings Largest in 2 932.
The committee which prepared ef
fective co-operative advertising was
headed by Eliot H. Thomson. For
years the Capital has been a remark
able Christmas Savings Club city.
The funds saved in this way have
proved a great help to holiday trade.
Part of this money has also been de
posited in permanent savings ac
counts, or made possible the payment
of a .flood of bills due around the end
of the year. The Christmas Savings
Club high point here was reached in
1932, when 102,246 Washington resi
dents saved $8,689,575 for Yuletide.
A glance backward presents a vivid
picture of the grip the Christmas
Savings Clubs have obtained on
Capital residents. The clubs got their
first real start in 1924. Since then
the number of members and the
amounts subscribed each year have
been as follows:
Amount.
Year. Members, subscribed.
1924 49.385 $3.000,000
1925 66.279 4,747,741
1926 73,615 5,544.976
1927 78,145 5.994.903
1928 83.178 7,046,497
1929 87,701 7,462,089
1930 92.197 7.835,250
1931 98,869 8.484.410
1932 102.246 8.689,575
1933 88.151 7.307.450
1934 55,307 4,362.160
There were 28 banks in 1933 which
maintained these clubs and 18 dur
ing the year now closing. The banks
which will pay off their club members
in a few days include the American
Security & Trust Co., Anacostia Bank
Bank of Commerce & Savings, Colum
bia National. East Washington Sav
ings, Hamilton National. Liberty Na
tional, Lincoln National. McLachler
Banking Co-p.. Munsey Trust Co., Na
tional Bank of Washington. National
Savings & Trust Co.. Security Savings
& Commercial, Riggs National, Sec
ond National, the City Bank. Union
Trust Co. and Washington Loan &
Trust Co.
How Funds Are Expended.
The Christmas Clubs in the whole
United States will distribute some
thing like $370,000,000 to 7,500,000
members during the next two weeks.
Herbert F. Rawll. club founder, re
ports. New York State will make the
largest distribution, with Pennsylvania
second. Last year a questionnaire
was sent tc a good many members
asking hov they used the money
Their answers were summed up as
follows:
Christmas purchases. 42 per cent:
permanent savings, 25 per cent; taxes.
12 per cent: year-end commitments. 8
per cent: mortgage interest. 5: insur
ance premiums. 5. and education
travel and charity, 2 per cent. It is
believed that the funds in Washington
are expended in about the same per
centages.
In addition to the direct financial
help which the club payments have
afforded, bankers say a great many
people have become "bank-minded"
who never before had taken any inter
est in the inside of such institutions.
That worth-while feature of the clubs.
however, cannot be expressed in dol
lars and cents.
Heard in the Financial District.
Charles O. Hardy of the Brookings
Institute addressed the members of
Washington Chapter, American Insti
tute of Banking, at their first Fall
forum meeting held this week. He
discussed the present-day credit situ
ation in a most interesting and in
formative manner. He paid particular
attention to the reversal in the posi
tion of short and long term money in
the past ive years.
"What would happen if we replaced
3.000,000 married women workers with
3,000.000 unemployed men? Would
our world come to an end or would it
come nearer an economic balance?"
asks Nation's Business in the October
issue.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Rich
mond reports that stocks Oi goods or
hand among 21 wholesale grocerj
firms in this district at the end oi
October were 12 per cent higher than
on the same date last year. Hardware
stocks were up 7.4 per cent. Shoe
stocks were 28 per cent lower and dry
gods stocks 6 per cent lower.
LARGE CARPET CONCERN
MOVES TO VIRGINIA
The Charles P. Cochran Carpet Co
of Philadelphia, said to be the third
largest maker of carpets in the
United States, has obtained a Vir
ginia charter and plans to transfei
its operations to Glasgow, Va. The
company employs 1,500 workers. It 12
chartered in Virginia as the Blue
Kidge Company, Inc., with maximum
capital of Jl,000,000. A site of 75
acres has been acquired from the
Glasgow Co., Inc. Plans call for the
employment of rural labor, the work
ers to continue living in their present
homes in the country for many miles
around Glasgow, thus avoiding the
necessity of constructing a mill village
dependent upon one industry.
DEMAND FOR SHELLAC
NEW YORK. November 24 G4>>.
Whtle paint materials as a whole an
reported seasonally quiet, there ha:
been a decided pick-up in spot busi
ness in shellac. A slight improvemen
was noted to sales of domestic casein
Price reductions in lead oxides in re·
tponee to further declines in the
tnetal have been announced.
TRANSACTIONS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Received by Private Wire Direct to The Evening Star.
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147 120 Eaatman-Kod pf<6> 10s 142V4 142*4 142V4 + Vt
22M 12V4 Baton Mfβ <1 ! 0 18V. 18 18V. + Η
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284 14% Erie R R 1st Df 1 1«'4 164 16'4+1
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12H 34 Fairbanks Co pr... SOs 7 ' €4 7 + 4
18 7 Fairbanks-Mora·... 11 14T4 1** 14*4 + V*
61 30 Fairbanks-Mrs of.. 30a 57 66 67 -rlW
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2614 1J!4 Firestone <40c». ...■ 11 16% 15% 164 + 4
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69<4 64H Flrat Nat-StralîH» 1 64v. 63*. 64V4 + V»
17H 2 Follansbee Bros <k) 14 4 4
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22 84 Foster-Wheeler.... 5 14H 14(4 14 V. + V4
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23'4 12 Gen Asphalt 2 17 17 17 + >4
14% 64 Gen Baking (h65e).. 1 74 74 74 + Η
108100 Gen Baking pf *8).. 20» 104-4 104'-4 104's
10% 5 Gen Hronz· 2 6?» 6·-» 6%
57% 27 Gen Cigar « tT » I 67 57 f 7 + 14
25V. 16% Gen Klectrlo < 60c).. 101 :0 19*. 20 -+ *»
12*4 ll*i. (ïen Elec epc <e0c>.. 8 12** 12*. 12*4·+ M
364 28 (îen Foorte II 80)... 15 344 34»* 34*.+ 4
1». % Gen Gas ft El (A).. 4 4 4 %
19 6V4 Gen GftE 6% cv of A 4. 12*4 12tt 12** + V.
21 11 Gen G & Ε 7% of Λ. 80s 14 13% 14 + V4
115 103 Gen Mills pi (6).... 11144 1144 1144 -4
42 24% Gen Motors <tl4>- 81 32 31*. 3Π*+ V.
106*4 89*4 Gen Motors of <53 106'4 106 106
2SV4 10V4 Gen Print Ink t70c.. 40a 19% 19V4 194 t V4
54 2 Gen Public Servie·.. 3 2% 2V4 24
45*4 2SV4 Gen Rv Signal (1>.. 2 28H 28*, 28** + H
3% 1 Gen Realty ft Util.. 1 1*» 1"* 1*»
23H 10V4 Gen Refractorlea. .» 3 18 18 18
19'4 10 Gen Refrac ctfe... « 4 16*. 16V4 16V4
14'» 8^ Gillette Sal Haul). 12 I4\ 144 144-4
Γ I A 7 nilUttaCaf Π nflKt 1 Tlil-w Til·». 7flV. 4- U.
6% 2*4 Glm bel Bros 2 4% 4% 4%
28% 15% Glidden Co m.lS>_ 12 28 27% 28 +
107 83 Glidden pr pf (7).., 10» 106% 106% 106% +
9% 3% Gobel (Adolf)....— 6 4% 4'-k -
23 16 Gold Dust (i.20)... 20 Γι Η 171» 17% +
18 8 Goodrich (Β F)...., 14 11% 10% ]|<4 +
41% 18'j Goodyear Τ A Rub.. 4«i 26* 24% 25H+
4% lVâ Graham-Paige 2 2% 21. 214
13% 4 Granby Consol.. · · . 16 7 6% 6% —
8% 4 Grand Union » 2 5% 5% ·'% +
40 23 Grand Union pf <3). 1 32% 32% 32% ι
31% 21 Granite City Stl U) 1 24'j 24% 24'>
40% 28 Grant (WTl Ο)... 4 35', 35 35H 4
32'j 12'ί Great Northern of.. S3 15Ή 15 1»h +
151 i« 8'/i Grt North Ore h&Oc. 3 11*. 11% lis. +
35V» 25 Great Weat SUB 2.40 4 27!* 27% 27% —
16i4 5 Gulf Mobile & No... 1 * 6 6 6 +
35»* 12 Gulf Mobile & Ν pf. 1 14'i 14V4 14>4 +
8% 3>i Hahn Uept Store·. » 2 5?» 5% 5*4 —
52*. 2iVi Hahn DptStrspf... 2 44 43 44 +
9*. 3% Hall W F Printing.. 5 6'/» 6*. 6*.
11% 3*» Hamilton Watch... 2 7% 6:» 7v» +
24*. 13 Harb Walker (k50e) 11 17% 17Vi 17·» +
6'i 1* Hat Corp (A) 2 6 6 8
6% l'« Haves Body...... .. 1 3% 3% 3H
96% 74 Hazel Atlas G1 (6).. 2 86^ 86 86% +
81% 59 Hercules Powder(J) 4 80 79% 80 +
72 48'i Hershey Choc (S ).. 5 7ii* 721·* 7214+1
101 83 Hershey Ch pf (t6). 1 100% 100% 100% +
10<-i 4*4 Holland Furnace... 17 »% 8% 8% +
4301,310 Homestake M(t28). 1 360 36U 360 +5
27% 11 Houd-Hersh A 32%. ft 27% 27 27% +
6% 1% Houdaille-Herah B.. 8 6% 6% 6V«
54 43 House Fin pf (3 Η).ι 1 49'* 49% 49%
28% 12% Houaton Oil . 1 16 16 16 +
5% 2% Houston OU (new).t 3 2% 2% 2% +
57% 35% Howe Sôund <S).... 1 49 48% 48% -
12% 4% Hudson Manhattan. 2 4% 4% 4% —
26% 9% Hudson&Manhat pf 2 9 9 9 -
24% 6% Hudson Motor Car., 60 11% 10% llWi +
7% 1% Hupp Motors 5 3V4 3 3% +
38% 13% lUlnolaCentral.... 17 17V* 16% 171* +
30% 19% indus Rayon (1.ÎS). 5 26% 26% 26% +
73% 49% Ingeraoll-Rand (2). 3 63% 63% t3w +
49% 34V4 Inland Steel(hSOc).. 6 44 44 44 +
6% 2% Inspiration Copper. 1 2% 1% 2% +
4% 2% Insur Sh et Md 10c.. 1 4V« 4't 4% +
15% 5% Interboro Rp Tr(k). 3 13% 13% 13% +
11% 4 Interlake Iron...... 5 6 5% 6 +
6% 2 int Agriculture. .... 1 4** 4L4 4"n +
152 131 Int-Bus Mach (β)... 2 152V4 152 1Ô2V4 +
12% 4% Int-Carriers Ltd 20c 2 6 6 6 +
37% 18% lnt Cement 9 27 £61, 27 +
46% 23% lnt Harvester 60c..ι 30 38% 38% 38% +
9% 2% lnt Hydro Elec (A). 7 2% 2% 2% +
6 2% lnt Mercant Marine 2 3 3 3 +
2914 21 IntNlckCan (60c).. 21 23% 23% £3% -
6% 2 Int Paper & Pw (A) 2 2% 2% 2% -
24% 8V4 lnt Paper 4 Pw pf.. 2 11% 11*4 11%
25 9 Int Print Iak(D25c) 8 23% 221* 22% +
95 66 Int Print Ink pf (6>. 30» 95 05 9ft
17% 7% lnt Tel & Teles 32 9 8% 8%
16% 3% InterstateDept St.. 7 13* 127» 13 +
66% 39 Johne-Manvlll# 22 56% 55% 56 + »
120 101 Johns Manv pf <T). 10» 119% 119% 119% — ι
77 45 Jonas&Laush 7% pf 120s 50 49 50 +2
19% 6% Kans City South... 4 8 8 8 +
27% llVi Kans City South pf. 1 12 12 12 -
10% 6 Kaufmnn Dep S 40o 2 8% 8% 8%
41s 1% Kelly Spring 1'lr·.. 3 1% 1% 1%
2IV4 11% Kel vinator < 60c >... 30 16% 16% 16<«
23% 16 Kennecott C(60c). ·. 95 17 16a. lt% +
18% 10 Kimberly-Clark.... 2 10*» 10% 10% +
41 13'i Kinney (G R) pf.... £0s 25 25 25 +2
22% 13% Kresge (S S) (HOC).. 29 21% 2114 21% - % |
65 36 Kress (SH) (fl)... 9 6K% 61 63% +2
33% 23% Kroger GrABak 1.6» 4 291* 29% 29!i +
31% 22Vi Lambert Co <«).... 1 27% 27% 271* +
14% 7 Lee Rub&Tire(40c) 8 11 10% 11 +
20 11 Leh Port Cement... 4 14% 14% 14% +
ό 2% Lehigh Valley Coai. 11 3tt 3 3V» +
16% 5 Lehigh Val Coal pf. 2 13 12* 13 +
21% 9% Lehigh Valley ft it.. 5 11% 10% 11 +
23% 11% LehnAFink (I*)- 2 1»% 15% 1S%
43% 22% Lib O-Ford G11.2·.. 20 29% 28 29% +
24 17* Life Saver (1.60)..» .2 201* 20ϋ 20V*
λ Λ η 11 η a λ. - ι a ar — to Un mou 1 1 Λ χ
35*. 16* Liquid Carb (tl4>. 15 23% 21% 23 +1
36* 20% Loev's Ino (1) 45 35* 34'» 35* + *
102* 72 Loew'a Inc pf <6H)· 1 IO214 1024 10214 + 4
3 1 Long Bell JLum (A). 1 2* 2* 2*
44% 33* Loose-WUea «I). ._ 7 36* 36% 36*+ %
194 154 Lorlllard (P) 1.20.. 10 1914 19 19 - 4
34 1 Louisiana Oil 8 14 1 1 — 4<
21 13 Loulav UtElAHH. 2 13* 13* 13'4
19* 8% Ludlum Steel 7 16 15* 16 +1
97 60 Ludlum Stlpf <04» 1 85 824 85 +34
404 30 MacAnd ft F(t2.i5 j. 4 40 40 40 +4
32 24 McCallCorp (2).... I 31 31 31
8* 1* McCrory Btra A <k>. 9 74 74 7% +
50* 38* Mclntyre Porcm <2) 1 41** 41% 414 +
96 79 McKeeaport TP HI 4 93V* 924 93* +
94 44 McKeeion ft Rob... 6 8 74 8 +
36 114 McKesson ft Rob pt 2 354 354 354 +
13 1 McLellan Stores!k> 42 124 124 124
85 9V4 McLellan Stra pf <k) 1 86 86 86 +1
41% 22 Mack Truck (II.... 12 27 26% 27 +
62* 354 Macy (Rh) ft Coll) 4 484 484 484 t
7 24 Madison So Garden. 4 6 44 5
44 1* Mallison ft Co · 1 1% 14 14 —
294 10% Man Elev m g (k).., 5 13H 234 234
9 54 Marine Mldld(40c>. 4 54 54 54
32 17 Marl ln-Rock well ( 2 ) 3 25 244 244 -
19% 84 Marshall Field 12 124 12* 124 -
124 4 Martin Parry · 3 7% 74 74 —
40% 234 Malbleaon Alk(l4) 14 £9% 29 29% +
45% 30 May Dept S (Ι.βΟ).. 6 44* 44% 44% +
8% 44 Maytag Co 3 54 54 54
294 10 Maytag pfww.jlH. 3 29% 29 29 -4
92* 49 Maytag 1st pf (C).. 10s 81* 81* 81*— %
39 26 Melville Shoe «2)... 6 37% 36% 37%+%
11 34 Meneel Co 5 5 5 5 +4
33 164 Mesta Machine «Ι). 10 344 33% 34 +1
27* 21 M-Q-M Pic pf l.«9.. 1 27* 27* 27*
6% 3 Miami Copper 4 3* 3 34 +4
14% 94 Mld-Cont Pet k50·.. 6 114 114 114+4
214 64 Midland Steel Prod. 5 11% 114 114+1
86% 44 Mid Stl Ρ lstpf (4). 90s 58 56 58 +2
60 36 Mlnn-Hon Reg(tS).. 1 584 584 584+14
54 14 Minn Mollne Paw.. 7 3% 34 34 -4
364 1(4 Minn Mollne Pwr pi 1 274 274 274 + 4
5* 14 M St Ρ ft S S M pf.. 1 2 2 2
7* 1* MSt Ρ ft SSM lain.. 210s 1% 14 Γ4 + V
144 44 Mo Kan ft Taxa·.... 2 64 64 64 + *1
344 134 Mo Kan ft Texaa pf. 2 14% 144 144 + 9i
6 2 Mo Paclflc(k) 1 2* 2* 2*
9% 3* Mo Pacific pf <k>... 10 3* 3* 3* - *
224 124 Mohawk C M <h25·) 2 164 164 16% + *
604 39 MoaaantaC <tl4)·· 6 61* 60% 61*+1
354 20 Montgomery Ward. 62 30'/« 294 3014 + *
44% 184 Motor Product».5 26% 254 264 + *
16* 6% Motor Wheel.... „■» 1 94 9* 94
15% 5* Mulllns Mfg 1 94 9% 9%+*
254 13 Munslngwear Inc. .< 1 16% 16% 16%+ \
11% 34 Murray Corp.. ... 11 6% 6% 6%+ \
28 14 Myer(FE)*Co 1 ··. 2 29% 29 29% +11
324 12% Naah Motora CI»... 8 15% 154 154
8% 3* Nat Acme Co 3 6*' 6 6 —
49* 26* Nat Biscuit <!>.... 61 30* 29% 30V4 +
23% 12 Nat Caah Rag A t«o 13 17 164 164
184 13 Nat Delry Prod 1.1· 15 1714 17 174 +
34 1 Nat Dept Store <k>. 7 34 3 34 +
284 S Nat DP Bt let pf (k) 180s 26 244 25 +
31% 16 Nat Dlatlller·.. 79 264 26% 264 +
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—1034 —. Stock and Sales—
IlKh. Low. Dividend Rate. Ada 00. Biïh. Low. Close. Ch«e.
32% 16* Nat Kn fk Stpg(kl). 2 23* 23 23* + *
116*100* Nat Lead pf <B) <·) 10s 117 117 117 +2
16* 6H Nat Pwr ALt <»0c). 9 7* 7* 714 + V.
2*4 1 NatRy Mexlatpf.. 1 1* 1* 1* V H
68* 84% Nat Steal (1) .. 16 44% 43* 44% 4 1*
21* 10 Nat Supply Co... 2 13* 13* 13*+*
18** 9 Nat Tea < 60e)... ».·» 11 10*4 10 10* — H
30* 6* Nelsner Brother·... 2 t4* 24* 24'-* +1
49% 17 Newberry (J J) (1). 1 44*i 44*. 44%
13 6* Newport Industrie)· 4 7*7 7
?4% 11* Ν Y Air Brake..... 6 22',% 22 22*
45* 18*· Ν Ϊ Central .. 65 21% 21% 21%
43V« 16 Ν Ϊ Chi ft St Lof... 1 19 19 19
24* 7* Ν V Ν H A Hartfd.. IP 8*4 »* 8*4
37* 11% Ν Y Ν H A H pf..... » 13* 13 13*
?2% 9* Ν * ShlpblrtK I40c>. 12 15% 14% 15*
89% 72 Ν Y Shipbldg pf (7) 10s HO 80 80
99* 73 Ν Y Steam r>t «»> . . lti« 78 78 78 +2V
45* ί'.Ο* Noranda Mlles (II!) 7 33* 32% 33*+ »,
187 161 NorfolkAWnttlUi. 1 174 174 174 +4
100 82 Norf A West pf 14). 30a 09 98* 98*
8% 2% North Am Aviation. 1 3% 3% 3H
26'» 10% North Am Co<*60c) 29 11% 11* 11* 4 V
36* 14* Northern Pacifie... 26 19% 19V» 19* + *1
43 33 Northwest Tel (1 ).. 60s 38* 38* 38*-2
16% 8* Ohio Oil (h45e) » 14 10* 10% 10%
7 2 Oliver Farm Equip. 7 Γ>% 3*4 3H
27*4 9 Oliver F Et) pr pf Α. 14 20 19* 20
6*4 3* Omnibus Corp 7 6 5 6
19*» 13* Otis Elevator (ΙΟο). 7 15 14** 16
8 3H Otis Steal 20 5 4% 5
25 9 Otis Steel pr pf I 19* 19* 19*
45 32*» Outlet Co <t2%)... 90s 38 37 38
14% 5* Oppenhelm C*olllns.. 1 9% 9% 9%
94 60 Owens-Ill Glasa<4). 2 87*» 87* fe7*«
23* 12% facltlcG&Ε 11%). 6 14% 14* 14%+%
37 20% Pacifie Lighting * ). 3 24 23* 24
85* 71 Pacific TelATeUSt. FOs 72 71 72
116 103 Pacific Τ & Τ pf (β) 40s 109 109 109
6*4 2*« Packard Motor... , 7 4'/ft 4 4
2% % Panhandle Prod & Β 11 1 1 - *
21% 7 Panhandle P&R pf.. EOs 814 8* 8*-1*
6% 1«4 Par-PuMlx ctfatKl. 3·ν» 3* 3*— *
35% 17 Park & TUford 2 21% 21 21
6% 2% Park Utah 6 3* 3* 3%
2 * Parmelee Transport 1 % Η %
4* 'Λ rathe Exchange... 10 1* 1* 1* — Η
24% 10* Pathe Exchange Α.. 1 14'* 14^ 14% - V«
21* 12% Patino Mines 4 13H 13* 13*»+ *
65 44H Penltk & Ford (3).. 1 65* 65* 65*— *
69 51* Penney J C < tï.20 >. ΣΟ 69* 68* 69 + »,
7*4 2% Penn Dixie Cement. 1 4* 4* 4* + *
32 12* Penn-Dix Cem pf A. 2 19% 19!* 19%+%
zuvt» l'enn κκ «ni»... δα zav» ■+■ v*
21 Peoples Drug S (t3) 1 β4 64 tf4
li*H Peoples UMsOni. ... 8 22'i 22 22ϋ ·+
2 Peoria & Eastern.. . 3 2'ï 2% 2^
9'; Pet Milk (1) 2 17* 17* 17V4
8'4 i^troi Con*h50c). 2 9S 9V* 9«* - V4
13V4 Thelps Dodge h7f»c.♦ 6 14*4 137i, 14H + V*
-4'« Phi la Co $6 pf (3). ·ι 1 30 30 30 - »n
3Vi Phi la A Read Cftl. 7 4*4 4* 4*»
11* Phlllc Morrie <1)..ι ί.7 Ï9-». 28>,.. Γ9»» + IVi
-W4 13H Phillips Pet CI)···· 4 15H 15'» 15H + *
6'» "ι Pierce-Arrew (k)..·. 8 1 H 1
2 * Pierce Petroleum.. 4 1 1 1
32 18* Pillabury Flour 140 2 32V4 32 3:"* + H
18'4 T-t Pitts Coal 1 8'4 814 8'-> + «i
11% 4* (Mtts Screw & Bolt. 7 6Ή Ci-» 6% + V«
43 15V. Pitts Steel pt 110s 21 2C% 20*4 4- *4
19'4 8* Pltt» Term Coal pi. 20a 14'i 14 » 14V»-»»
59* 25S Pitts United Corp m 50s 33'4 3l*4 33*4 +2
16S 8 Plymouth Oil (hl'i) 15 8H 8V, 814 — H
14* 6 t'ooi Λ Co (Β) 5 9',» 9'* 9'/» + S
44* 33H Proc&Gamb (tl.70). 6 44 43'* 44 4 *
45 -26 Pub Svc Ν J (2 KO».. 4 29* 2**. 29*4-*»
84 67 Pub Svc Ν J pf <6). 2 69 69 69
59*» 35V» Pullma» Inc (»).... 16 49*i 48 4914 +1H
14·(. 6'» Pure OU 5 7^7 7
80 49 Pur· OH pf 50* 55 5Γ> 55 -1
19*4 9* Purity BaKerlea(l). 18 8'» 8% 8* - *»
9Mi 4' a Radio Corp 99 6 5% 6 4
49 23* Radio Corp pl <A).. 4 49* 49H 49*4
35% 15 Kadlo Corp pi (B).. II 3£*t 3d* 35S +
4V» 1* Radlo-Keith-Or(k). 6 2 Γ. 2
23 14* Raybestos-Man (1) 5 CO*» : 0*» -0*4 -i
56', 35% Reading (2> 1 41 40* 41
41* 33* Reading 1st pf (2). 2 38 38 38 -2
13% 6 Remlngton-Rand.. 49 10 9* 10 4
69* 32*» Remlngton-R 1st pf 1 59 59 59 -f 1
67 30 Rem Rand 2d pf.... 40s 58* 57'» 5S'j tS
6'* 2 Heo Motor Car 14 "H 2* 2*
25*4 10* Republic Steel 99 14 ·» le*» 14*
67* 33', Republic Steel pf... 32 41'» 40
27*4 15H Reynolds MetaIslll 3 22'* 2.'>
14·*4 6* Reynolds Sp(hlOc). 5 13·» 12»
50»» 39»·. Reynold· Tob ■ (S> 21 50»» 50*
108 84*4 Safeway Strs of <«) 10» 103V. 103* 103* + V.
27* 151» St Joseph L(h30c).. 28 16*» 15* 16 4- *
6* 1* St L· San Er pf Ik). 1 1*4 1*4 1*4
38* 17V* Schenley Distiller·. 34 28'/$ 28 28'* + *
8 3 Schulte Retail Stra. 1 3*4 S*4 3*» » *
30*1 15 Sehulte Ret Strs pf. 50» 18* 18* 18*4· *
60 41 Scott Paper (1.70).. 20s 60 59'» 60 4 V»
2 Η Sea hoard Air L ik). 2 Η ·*» * — %
38% 20*. Scab'd Oil(l)el) tl. 1 26* 26* 26*- *
51* 31 Sear» Roebuck 45 42* 42 4'J* 4 *
46* 32 Sec Nat Inv pf (IS). 50» 44*4 44 44 -2'4
9 4% Servel Inc 18 7* 7*» 7*
13* 5* Sharon Steel Hoop. 1 9'* 9l« 914+ '4
13* 6*4 Shattuck(FG)(24c) 4 8 7*» 8
ll'j 6 Shell Union Oil.... 3 6;i 6*« €*4- H
89 57 Shell Union OU pf.. 1 70 70 70
24W. 8V» Simmons Co 12 11 10'4 11 + l»
16'* 7Î-4 Slmms Pet <h55c).. 28 16*4 16i« 16*4+ *5
11V4 6 okelly Oil 1 7V» 7V« 7V»
42 leij Sloss-Sheffleld pf... 70· 29 28 29 41
17V» 6S4 Snider Packing.... 19 18 17ti 18 +14
19* 12U Socony-Vac (S0e).. 30 14*. 14Ή. 14*i + U
39*» 23V. Sou Ρ Rico Sug 2.40 4 24*» 24H 24H — ^
22* 10* South Cal Ed (1 % ).. 8 12*» 12v* li* + '»
33H 14* Southern Pacific... 55 18* 18-« 18^ + *
36'à 11* Southern Railway.. 18 16* 16* 16*+ *
41V» 14 Southern Rwy pf... 9 20*·» 19 20'» + *
8 2* Sparks- Wlthlngton 9 4 3* 4
11* 5* Snerry Corp....... 17 9 8* 8*— '»
13 6 SplcerAlfg 2 !"» 9'/4 i*. +1*.
70T« 19 Spiegel Mav-Stern. 7 6!1:,4 69 6■·'» —
25V» 17V4 Stand Brands «1».. 10 19'» 19 19'» +
8 3 Stand Com Tobacco 1 3*4 3*4 3'. -
17 5 Stand Gas A Elec. . 25 fc'4 5W 6 +
17 5* Stand Gas It Elec of 1 6* 6* 6* -t
33 15 Stand G&E pf <1 80) 3 16* 10* 16* +
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<— 1834 —« Stocks and
High. Low. Dividend Rat·. Add 00. Hlch. Low. Close. Oh··.
384 164 stand QAE pf (1.10) 3 194 194 194+14
424 264 Stand OU of Cal (1). 17 32V, 82% 324
112% 964 Stand Oil Exp pf (6) 1 112% 112% 112% + %
32% 234 Stsnd OH of lad(l). 25 24 24 24
GO Mi 394 Stand Oil NJ(tH4). 20 42% 42% 42%+%
15% 6 Starr«tt ILS) 7 14% 14% 14%+%
66% 474 Sterling Prod <t.SO) 21 61 59% 61 +1
10% 4% Stewart-Warner... 16 84 84 8%+%
m 44 Stone A Webster..„ 11 5 4% 5 + %
9% 1% Studebaker (k)..n 10 2% 2 2
744 61% SunOll HI)....... 1 73% 73% 73% - %
118 100 Sun Oil pf (·)....». 80(117 117 117
8 1% Superior OU 1 1% 1% 1%
15% 4% Superior Steel.«...1 17 8% 8% 8% + M
2% % Symington 1 % % %
15% 7% Telautograph (1)..· 2 8 8 8
6% 3% Tennessee Corp.... 1 5% 5% 5% + M
29% 19% Texas Corp (1)... ο 8 21% 21% 21%
414 30 Tex Gulf Sulph (1). 9 36 35% 36 + U
12 6% Tex Pao Land Truat 2 8H 8% 84 + M
17% 8 Thatche Mfg(h25c). 7 17% 17 174 + H
504 39 Thatcher Mf pf 1.60 1 60 60 60 + M
12% 4 The Fair 8 8 8 8
9% 2% Thermold Co 10 4 3% 4 + Κ
20% 10 Thompaon Product* 34 16 154 16 + y,
6% 1% Thompaon Starrett. 6 3 3 8
14% 8 Tide Water Asao... 2 9% 9 9
86% 64% Tide W A pf(Jt4) .· 2 81% 81 81% +1
8% 3% Timken-Detroit...» 8 74 74 7%
41 24 Timken RB (tl4). 30 35% 34% 354 + «
8% 5% Τ ran sa m erica h26c. 9 6% 6% 6%
13% 4% Transue * Williams 2 7% 7% 7% + «,
6% 3% Trl-ConUCorp...^. 5 3% 3% 3%
41% 33 Trlco Prod (24)... 3 41 41 41 - V<
4% IS Truax-Traer Coal. .1 18 4% 44 4%+ M
9% 3% Truscon Steel 6 64 6 54 + V<
B4% 36 Und-Bll-Flsher (I). 9 65% 64% 55% + 1H
50% 39% Un Bag 4k Paper (4) 2 47 47 47 -1«,
60% 35% Un Carbide *C 1.40. 21 45% 45 45%+
204 134 Un Oil of Calif (1)., 6 16% 16% 16V4
133"è 90 Union Pacific («)... 1 105% 106% 105% - Μ
89 71% Union PaclDc pf (4) 2 82 81% 82 + M
12% 8% unit Aircraft 69 124 12'/« 124 + Κ
64 34 Unit Air Lines &T„ 14 34 3*» 3%
17 8 Unit Am Bosch..... 1 11 11 11 + 4
29% 2114 Unit Blacuit <1.40)., 1 24% 24% 24%
48% 35 Unit Carb (1.40)..„ 4 484 484 484 + U
84 24 Unit Corp 33 3 2% 3 +3
37% 24% Unit Corp pf (!).._ 15 25% 25',4 25%— M
18'4 9% Unit Drusr 6 12% 12% 12%
75% 59% Unit Dyewood pf(7) 10s 75% 754 75% - *
74 3% Unit Elec Coal 1 6% 6% 6% - Vi
77 59 Ullt Fruit (1) 7 72% 72 72% + 4
20% 12% Unit Gas Imp(1.20). 18 13% 12% 13 + V»
99% 86 Unit Gas Im pf (5).. 3 93% 93 93% + 14
13% 4 Unit Piece Dye Wki 2 5% 5% 5% + ^
4 14 US Distributing..., 2 214 2% 2% + *
16% 6 U S & Forn Secur... 2 7% 74 74 + ^
50'» 344 U S Gypsum (U4 ). 5 50% 50 50!'· + ν
64% 32 U S Indus Alcek·!.. 13 444 44 444 + *ι
114 54 US Leather 2 5*» 54 54 + tt
19% 7 U S Leather (A)..., 3 9% 9% 9%+ v<
33 15% U S Pipe & F (60c). 25 22% 21% 224 +1
12% 4 U S Realty A Imp.. ]o 6'/» 6% 6% — M
24 11 U S Rubber 19 16% 16% 16%+ \
61% 24% U S Rubber 1st pf... 13 38% 384 384 +·,
594 i94 U S Steel 116 37% 36% 37% + lv,
994 674 USSteel pf 15 82 79% 82 +2»,
HVi United Stores (A).. 26 5% 51* — «j
62% 404 Uni ν Leaf Tob (tl). 864 614 624 + V
3 4 Uni ν Pipe A Had... 1 1*» 14 14
5% 1% Util Pwr A Lt (A).. 4 2% 2% 2% .
1% % Vadsco Sales Corp.. 1 H *4 %
31% 14 Vanadium Corp.... S4 194 184 194 -I lt<
36% 24% VickChem (T2.40)·. 4 33% 33% 33%+ V,
26 10 Va-Car Chem 6% pt 1 20% 20% 20%+ V
79 52 Vulcan Detln (hJ ). 10» 724 724 724+ V
8% 4 Waldorf System. .. 1 5% 5% 54
29V4 17% Walgreen Co (ml) 6 28% Û8 18% +
6% 24 Walworth Co 8 3% 34 3*. + h
8% 2% Warner Bros Pie.. # 8 4% 4% 4*»
3% 1% Warner-Qninli n.. ., 1 IV» 14
13% 54 Warren Uroa....... 4 54 5% 54+ 'ι
31 13% Warren F & Ρ (kl). 4 23 22% 23 +1*ι
3L% 15% ncuonOtâi(tl). 10 33 32'. S3 + »,
72'a 524 Wesson U&S pf (4 >. 4 71% 70% 71%+ V
684 45 West Pa Elec pf (6) ?0s 51 51 51 -2
8(i 51*. West Penn El pf<7) 100» 62% 60 62V4 +3H
6% 1% Western Dairy pf A 4 2% 24 2% + Vi
2% % Western Dairy pf Β 2 % % % — *
17V. 7% Western Md 3 9% 9% 9>4 + V
23 94 Western Md 2d pf.. 1 13 13 13 +1
174 44 Western Pacllc pf.. 8 84 74 8% - V
66% 29 Western Union 21 34% 34 34% +1
36 15% Wastlngh'a· IB toe 1 27 -7 27 — V
474 27% Westlnghouse Elec. 91 35% 34S 35% +1*
14 6 Weston Elec Inst.. 34 144 13 14*4+1*
27 16% Weston Elec A (2).. 10s 264 264 264 + V
27V4 14% Westvaco Chi (40c) 10 22% 21% 2-%+ »,
29 11% Wheeling Steel 4 15% 15% 15% + »i
57 34 Wheeling Steel pf.. 1 374 374 374 +*
284 15 White Motor 10s 15 15 15 — V
314 214 White Rock M S (2) 2 i3% 234 23%
3% 14 White Sew Mch.... 12 2 2
114 5 White Sew Mch pf. 1 £4 5% 5% -2i;
334 27% Wilcox Rich A (2 4) 1 3»4 334 334 + Vi
» 4*4 Wilson Λ Co 4 7 7 7
29% 124 Wilson* Co I A)... ~ 28% 284 284 - V
92% 53 Wilson A Co pf ( j? ). 3 93 93 93 + V
544 414 Woolworth (2.40).. 18 544 544 544 + 1
31% 134 Worthlngton Pmp.. 1 184 184 184
42 23% Worth Pump pf B.. 4 26 254 -6 + V
75 16% Wright Aero 20s 5:4 524 524 + *
75 544 WrigleyiW Jr)tJ4 2 74 74 74 + V
22 14 rale&Towne( 60c).. 2 194 194 194 + \
7V« 2*i l'ellow Truak 2 34 3% 3% - ν
474 28 i'ellow Truck pf... 20s 344 34% 34%
22% 13 YounsSpAW<11%). 19 19 19
33% 12H ïouneitowo S Λ T.. 23 1S% 18% 19% + 7
59% 34 Y'gst'nS&TpfA54 ·· 1 40 40 40 +2l
4% 1% Zenith Radio 1 24 24 24 + *
ï% 3% Zonae Products.... 2 44 4 4
Sales of Stocks on New ïork Exchance.
11:00 A M 280.000 12:'J0 Noon 670.000
D!Vld*nd rstes as given in the above table are the annual casi
oavments basée ou i.ie latest quaiterlT or balf-rearly decisis
tions.
s tJn;t of trading less than 100 shares tPartl» extra îPlui
9Γ. in stock a Paid lasi. rear—no regular rate b Payable n
stock e Pavable in cash or stock, t Plus $1 In special preferrec
stock g Pius 4% in stock η Paid this year i Accum'Jintei
dividends paid this vear k Companies reported In receivership
m Plus 57. in stock, χ B* diTidend
ADVANCE RESUMED -
IN STOCK MARKET
Close Is Firm—Steels Snow
Way for Part of
List.
BY VICTOR EUBANK,
Associated Press Financial Writer.
NEW YORK. November 24.—'The
stock market absorbed some week end
profit taking today with comparative
ease and then resumed the advance.
While the forward movement was
orderly, gains of fractions to a point
or more were numerous. Steels
showed the way for the rest of the
list. The close was firm. Transfers
approximated 700,000 shares.
Although public participation in
equities was still far from what the
brokerage community considers de- £
sirable, signs of renewed interest were
reported in some quarters and there
was a much more cheerful atmosphere
apparent In the board rooms. To
day's volume was the largest for a
Saturday since last June.
Recovery Believed Proceeding.
There was no especial news to stim
ulate the speculative appetite, but the
feeling seemed to prevail that recovery
is proceeding at such a steady pace
that business and industry will be
back on their feet before many
months have passed.
Improvement in steel works, long
considered market barometers, tended
to hearten even those skeptics who
have been able to see only dark clouds
In the trading future. Followers of
the steels were encouraged by the
slow upturn in weekly production t
rates and there werp snme nrpdininnc
I that output would soon reach the 40
per cent of capacity level where most,
of the companies can begin to show
satisfactory profits. Hopes for this
industry were seen in the hOUSing
campaign, automobile manufacturing
prospects and railway equipment needs.
Grains rallied at Chicago, with corn
I reaching a seasonal high. Cotton im
! proved moderately and other commod
! ities were firmer. Secondary bonds
; continued to recover, while United
1 States Government securities were
mixed. Foreign exchanges were in
active and narrow.
I
New Highs Recorded.
New highs for the year, with ad
vantages of fractions to around a
point, were recorded by shares of Lig
gett & Myers, American Tobacco,
! Wilson Co. preferred, Briggs. Conti
nental Can, Universal Leaf and Philip
i Morris.
Yesterday's loss of 5 points was re
gained by Homestake Mining. United
States Steel preferred got up nearly 3
and Kress (S. H.) Co. gained 2. Oth
! ers. up fractionally to a point or so.
j included United States Steel common,
I Bethlehem common and preferred,
1 American Rolling Mill A. M. Byers,
I Youngstown Steel & Tube. Republic
i Steel, American Telephone. Consoli
! dated Gas. New York Central. Santa
j Fe. Case. International Harvester,
! American Commercial Alcohol. Chrys
ler. General Motors. Du Pont. West
inghouse and American Woolen pre
ferred. Most of the oils and metals
did little.
Analytical services stressed the pros
pects for further economic improve
| ment next year. It was pointed out
j that during the past three years an
! nual new capital financing has been
! averaging less than 10 per cent of
! that for the three years ended with
I 1930.
IT. S. TREASURY POSITION.
By the Associated Press.
^ The position of the Treasury November
Receipts. S13.«60,1«0.:!4: expenditures.
Î15.644.M2* IN: balance. $1.59».659.0<il -
74: customs receipts lor the month.
$•1(1 41*.!>St»] ,
Receipts for the fiscal year (since July
1>. Sl.4l7.iwn.301..·»*. expenditures. $2.
77:t,58*.S41.85 (including SI .430.480.
454.07 of emergency expenditures' excess
of expenditures. $1.355.ti50.541.47: Bold
assets S8.07H.610.257 .!·*
Receipts for November 22. 1933 'com
parable date last year). SfWt.603.792.28:
expenditures $106.087.498.78: net bal
ance. $1.19S.182.fli>O.Hi»: customs receipts
for the month $20,139.043.19.
Receipts for the fiscal year. $1.110
214.5H5.2ft: expenditures. SI.792.066 -
"1090.41 (including *««2.182.5*4.57 of
» ι emergency expenditures': excess of ex
penditures «1181.«51.525.16: gold assets.
, $3.100.520.174 50.
BALTIMORE STOCKS
' Special Dispatch to The Star.
BALTIMORE. November 24.—
1 Sales Last Sale
ι I 40 Black A: Decker com 7".
ι I «5 Consolidated Gas com St;'.,
I ISO Fidelity & Gu3i Fire Corp.... 21'.
' 20(1 New Amsterdam Cas Co......
35 Pa Water ét Pow er δ-.'1'
325 U 8 Fidelity & Guaranty 5
DIVIDENDS DECLARED
NEW YORK. November 24—Compiled
by the Standard Statistics Corp.
Initial.
Pe- Stock of Pay
Rate. riod record, able
Capital Trans 1.00 .. 11-30 12-15
Regular.
Am Bak Co 7"r pf. .3.50 S 12-14 1-1-15
Am Bak 7Ί pf.....l.75 Q 12-1. 1-1—i.>
Canada Ρ Mge 2.00 Q 12-15 1-2-'!."»
Conn El Serv 75c Q 12-15 1-1-35
Halifax Fire Ins IKova
(Scotia 45c S 12-10 1-2-:)."»
Κ O&G R fi'r pf A. .3.0(1 S 11-26 12-1
Κ OA Ο R pf Β. .3.00 S 11-26 12-1
Κ O&G R fi'r Pf C. .1.00 .. 11-26 12-1
Low Bleach Inc... .3.00 .. 11-15 11-21»
Miss Util 7Π pf 1.75 β 11-2:» 12-1
Muskoaee Co 20C .. 12-5 12-15
Paw Os Ν J δ'*, pf. .2.50 S 11-26 12-1
Dpressit Met Cap
Corp 8% pf 2.00 Q 12-15 TJ-'.'s
Π
NTEREST RATES
PRESSURE IS SEEI\
Dstimate Is Made as Result ο
Inflow of Gold From
Abroad.
ly the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, November 24.—Fur
her pressure in Interest rates in thii
:ountry was foreseen in banking quar
ers as a result of the inflow of golc
rom abroad. Newly arrived golc
telped to lift member bank reserves
is disclosed in the weekly Federal Re·
erve statements, to an unprecedentec
otal last week.
Irrespective of budget deficits anc
ingering inflation fears, the accumu
ation of idle capital, as reflected lr
he rise of bank reserves, tends tc
ower yields on domestic Governmenl
onds and to smooth the way for new
inancing, bond men asserted.
Since estimates of the size of thi
urrent gold movement to the Unitec
itates have been raised to $120,000,
100, further increases in reserve were
>redicted in banking circles, assuming
he demand for credit and for cur
ency remains constant.
DOLLAR QUOTATIONS
LONDON, November 24 VP).—Thi
Jni ted States dollar, supported on «
juiet market, closed firm today a
1.98 15-16 to the pound, as comparet
vith yesterday's closing of 4.99 3-16
The French franc closed at 75.71 t<
he pound, unchanged from the open
ng. Yesterday's closing figure wsu
5.75.
The price of bar gold advanced on<
>enny to 139 shillings 5 pence ($34.79:
>er fine ounce, at which price £59,001
$294,428) changed hands.
PARIS, November 24 OP).—Thro
1er cent rentes, 75 francs 55 cen
imes; 4'/2 per cent rentes, 89.85.
Exchange on London, 75.71. Thi
lollar was quoted at 15.17%.
Bail Officials Promoted.
CHICAGO, November 24 (IP)·—
ïeorge Β. Vilas, general manager o:
he Chicago <k Northwestern Railway
ind Chester T. Dike, chief engineer
lave been named vice president)
ffective December 1. Vilas succeed!
"rank Walters, vice president, whe
rill retire after 32 years of servie·.
Washington Produce
The summary of the Washington
produce market, with eggs, live poultry
and other prices furnished by the De- ^
partment of Agriculture, follows:
butter—One-pound prints (PC score).
30: tub. 29: 1-pound Drints <5*0 score). 29;
tub. 28; 1-pound prints (88 score). 28;
tub. 27.
MEATS—Beef Pal3: veal. lOalC: lamb.
14alô: pork loins. 14a 15; fresh hams. 1
ITalH; smoked hams ll»a2<>: str:p bacon.
Ma25; lard. lS^alû3*; compound. 10%
all"*4. t
GAME—Rabbits, per dozen. 1.20*2.40.
EGGS—Market iust about steady at un- {
changed prices. Current receipts. .'<0a«<2; 1
hennery whites. :Mla:i8. Government- .
eraded and datrd white eggs. U. S. extras. '
large. :i"a40; U S. extras mediums. 35'a; I
U. S. extras, small. 25; U. S. standards. .
large. 38. Government-graded and dated
brown eggs. U. S extras. Jaree, 41. {
LIVE POULTRY—Receipts of turkeys 1
moderately heavy for Saturday. Cooler
weather today has brought about a slight- .
ly better demand. Prices unchanged. J
Fowl: Colored, large. 15a 16: mediums. ]
14a 15: Leghorns. lOall: roosters. <ai».
Chickens: Plymouth Rocks, ill sizes. Ka 1
IS; mixed colors, 14al5. Leghorns, 1,'ia ]
15. Spring broilers: Plymouth Rocks. l*a ι
lit. Turkeys: Old toms 15: old hens. 1
Hi: young hens. 111 pounds and over. 20: I
youne toms. 14 pounds and over. 20; No.
*s* 12al5.
MONTREAL SILVER. i
MONTREAL. November 24 iJP).—Silver J
futures closed easier. Sales. 13 contracts. 1
Open. Hie h Low. Close. :
December. ft.'t.iiOb 5.Ί 70 5:».45 5.Ί 55b
March . . 54.85b 54.T5 54.45 54.40b
b—Bid.
Γ
BANKS WOULD PUSH
U. S. FOREIGN TRADE
Ways Being Planned to Aid Ex
port—Import Banks in
Recovery Steps.
Plans for further co-operation be
tween the United States Export-Im
port Banks and the American Bankers'
Association, were pressed forward at
a meeting here yesterday. Robert P.
Maddox of Atlanta, chairman of the
Advisory Board of the Α. Β. Α.. ex- I
plained that the banks will handle !
foreign business as far at they can, and |
m other cases turn over full informa
tion to the Export-Import Bank.
Robert V. Fleming, president of
Riggs National Bank and first vice
president of the Α. Β. Α.. took part in
the discussion. The meeting was to
be continued again today for the
working out of many technical details.
George N. Peek, head of the Export- |
Import Bank, welcomed the A. B. A.
plan of co-operation most heartily. He
declared that no bank, however small
of distant from Washington, will now
fail to be aware of what the Export
Import Banks are doing and are pre
pared to do.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO. November 24 ιΛ» <U. S. De
partment of Agriculture).—Cattle. 500
commercial; no Government; calves. 300
commercial: compared Friday last week,
prime heavy steers strong, others weak to
2o cents lower; top. ».!>0; with 10.00
quotable: best light steers, 0.40; strictly
good and choice light and long yearlings
25a40 higher, such cattle scaling 850
1.100 pounds: extreme top long yearlings.
9.10: medium yearlings 25 higher, but
common kinds 25 lower: best 1.045-pound
yearlings. 8.f>0: bulk steers and yearlings.
5.75a8.75; bulk heavy steers. B.00a8.50.
with better grades at 0.00 upward; more
common, short-fed heavy and light steers
in run than any time this season; strictly
grain-fed heifers strong, load-lot tOD. 8.10:
part-load. 8.25; most heifers, β.οο down to
3.00, these 25a40 lower: all cows regain
ing early decline, strong to shade higher:
bulls steady and vealers 50a75 lower:
average cost fea steers for week approxi
mately 7.25. compared with 5.10 year ago.
Sheep. 3.000; for week ending Friday,
three doubles from feeding stations. 1.400
direct; compared Friday last week,
slaughter lambs 40a50 higher, sheep strong
to 25 up feeding lambs weak to 25 lower:
starvation runs principal factor behind
lamb advance: week's top. 0.85. for several
loads to shipper interests late; closing
sales to Packers. 6.50 to mostly β.7ο:
early bulk. 6.25 down: 93-pound fed
clipped lambs 5.85 Thursday: few_ Plain
yearlings. 4.75: slaughter ewes. 1..5a·-.5!»
mostly: aged wethers uDward to 3.75: feed
ing lambs, 5.00&5.85: bulk. 5.50 upward.
Hogs. 14.000. including 13.500 direct;
marfcit nominally steady: tOD. 6.00; ship
pers took 100: estimated holdover. 2.000.
Unofficial estimated receipts of live stock
fer Monday: Hois. 35.000: cattle. 17,000:
sheep. 13.000: ho«s for all next week.
120,000.
Market Averages
By the Associated Press.
STOCKS
. 50 20 20 90
_ . Indus Rails Util. Total.
Today, close. 89.1 37.4 52.0 74.β
Previous day. 88.1 36.7 51.2 73.6
Week ago.... 8β.Η 36.7 50.9 72.6
Month ago... 84.5 38.7 67.1 72.6
Year ago.... 91.3 40.9 68.5 79.5
.1 years ago.. 76.5 42.0 117.2 78.4
-years ago. .143.1» 122.0 127.8 133.1
High (1034) .105.0 64.3 90.3 93 8
Low (1934).. 76.0 34.1 48.8 66.4
High (1933) . . 102.1 58.0 113.7 96.9
&y®>.. m ifi:è m
Low (1932).. 35.1 13.» 61.8 860
BONS·
20 20 20 80
_ . , Indus. Rails. Util. Total.
Today, close. 83.!) <S(UI 8H.1 84.3
Previous day. 83.8 80.6 87.9 84.1
Week ago 83.6 80.H 88.8 84.3
Month ago... 82.6 82.9 88.fi 84.7
Year ago 70.0 «7.8 76.3 71.4
2 years ago.. 62.6 62.1 81.9 «8.8
3 years ago.. 73.8 78.2 8».« 80.5
High (1934) §3.9 90.0 90.g
fe>w (1934) 72:β 74.1 77.
High (1933) 77 1 84.9 88
Low (1933) 68.3 67.Ô 74
High (1932). 71.3 78.Γ
Low (1932) 63.8 47.(
(1920 average equals 100.)
(Cosyrteht 1934 Std. Statistic* Co.)
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