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SECONDARY RAIL
BONDSAREHEAVY
Some Lose From 2 to 3
Points—Federal Group
Well Supported.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 5.—The bond
market was depressed today by a pau- I
city of buying interest. Secondary j
rail loans w?re particularly heavy, with
some losses running from 2 to 3 points. |
United States Governments had
enough support to absorb offerings j
without damage to values.
In the late trading prices were In
low ground, with loans of Baltimore
& Ohio, Bethlehem Steel, Chile Cop
per, New York Central, Postal Tele- ,
graph. St. Paul and Southern Pacific j
showing the most pronounced weak
ness.
Several of the prime corporate Is
sues were offered down fractions from
yesterday's levels, but In most cases ■
the selling was too light to have spe
cial significance.
Foreign issues were mixed.
B. & 0. LOADINGS SHOW
INCREASE IN JANUARY
Bpeclal Dispatch to The Star
BALTIMORE, February 5.—Car
loadings ot the Baltimore & Ohio j
Railroad Co. for January totaled 167,- i
535 cars, as compared with 151,679 ,
cars for December, an increase of
15.856 cars, and 164.703 cars for Jan- I
uary a year ago, an increase of 2,832
cars.
For the week ended February 2 the
number of oars loaded was 40.763. an
increase of 2,800 cars over the same
week last year and 2,947 cars over
the total for the week ended January
26 of this year.
PRODUCE EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, February 5 (Ah.—Produce
Exchange stock list:
(Noon quotations.)
Bales in hundreds High. Low Last
go Admir Alaska G. .. .24 .23 .24
1 Apr Wupp. 4 4 4
2 Brew & Dist vtc. . 3« 3. 3.
l Harvard Brew-.... 2'g 2' i 21?
11 Railways* . . l’a l’s l’s
(5 Texas Guif Prod*.. .'its 3'* 3'«
6 Willys Overl.30 .29 .29
£ Willys Overl pf .. . 23e £’• £3»
•Listed.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO. February 5 (United States
Department of Agriculture).—Hogs. 20.000.
Including 8.000 direct; market moderately
active, steady to 5 higher than Monday.
Weights above 200 pounds. 8.05*15: top.
8.20; 160-200 pounds. 7 ooaH.o.V. light 1
lights. 7.10a60: slaughter pigs. 5.25aT.lo;
eood packing sows. 7.40*60: light light. 1
food and choice 140-ion pounds. 7.0oa65;
ieht weight. 160-200 pounds. 7.4oas 10:
medium weight. 2O0-25o pounds. 7.00a
8.20: heavy weight. 250-350 pounds.
8 05a20; packing sows, medium and good.
275-550 pounds. 6 5(»a7 ?«<; mss. good and
Choice. 100-140 pounds 5.75a? 25
Cattle. 6.0(H) commercial. 300 Govern
ment; calves. 2.500 commercial, loo Gov
ernment; fed steers and yearlings and
better-grade she stock strong to 25 higher.
Market fairly active, especially on better
grade steers wanted on shipper account.
Supply such kinds smallest of season. Tcp.
13.85. a new high. Bulk, better grades.
12.00al3 5o. lower erades. lo.oO down
to 6.25 Bulls strong to 15 higher. Veal
ers firm Weiehty sausage bulls up to
5.00: choice vealers. 8.50aO.OO. Slaughter
cattle and vealers. steers, good and choice.
550-000 pounds. 9.25al3.oo: 900-1.100
pounds. 10.00814 00; 1 300-1.500 rounds.
10.50al4.00; common and medium. 550
1.300 pounds. 5.ooal0 5o: heifers, good
and choice 550-750 pounds. 8.5oall.oc>:
common and medium. 4.00a8 50: cows,
good. 5 50a?.75: common and medium.
3.5oa5 5o. low cutter ar.d cutter. 2.25a
3.50- bulls 'yearlings excluded), eood
<beef). 4 75a5 75: cutter, common and me
dium. 4.60*5.00; vealers good and choice.
7.(»0al).O0; medium. 6.<i0a7.o0: cull and
common. 4.00aH.oo: stocker and feeder
cattle, steers, good and choice. 500-1.050
pounds. 6.00*8.25; common and medium,
4.7 5a6.00.
Sheep, ll.oon. Fat lambs opened fairly
active: laier trade slow. Bids ana few
sales steady to 25 lower Sheep steady.
Feeding lambs slow early, indications
steady. Medium to near-choice iambs.
8.25*75: best held around 9.on. Few
ewes. 4.5*1*5.00: slaughter sheep and
lambs: Lambs. 90 pounds down, gooc and
choice. S.25a9.00: common and medium.
7.00*8.40: ewes 90-150 pounds, good
•nd choice. 3.65&5.00: all weights, com
mon and medium. 3.00a4.15: feeding lambs, 1
50-75 pounds, good and choice. 6.75a? .35.
U. S. TREASURY NOTES.
(Reported by Chas D Barney & Co »
Rate—Maturity Bid Offer
2*28 Mar 15. 1035. 100 30-32 101
3s June 15. 1935. 100 28-32 10130-32
l*tS Aug. 1. 1035. 101 4-37 101 6-32
2*2S Dec 15. 1035. 102 8-32 102 10-32
27»s Apr. 15. 1936. 103 8-32 103 10-32,
314S Aue. 1. 1936. 104 12-32 104 3 5-32
1*2* Sept. 15. 1036. 101 20-32 KH 22-32
23/45 Dec 15 1936.104 8-32 104 10-32
3s Feb. 15. 1037. 104 16-32 104 18-37
3s Apr. 15. 1037.104 73-32 104 25-32 1
3*48 Sept. 15. 1937. 105 19-32 105 21-32 1
28aS Feb. 1. 1938. 104 8-32 104 10-32
3s Mar. 15. 1938. 104 24-32 104 26-32 1
27ss June 15. 1038. 104 10-32 104 12-32
212S Sept. 15. 1038. 103 0-32 10311-32!
2>*S June 15. 1939. 101 26-32 101 28-32
lias June 15. 1036. 100 30-32 101
FOREIGN MARKETS.
By the Associated Press.
LONDON—Business was transacted on
a small scale on the Stock Exchange in
most sections Gilt-edged securities closed
Arm after a dull opening, while home rails
and kaffirs were easier. Trans-Atlantic
and oil shares were dull and industrials
moved irregularly Televisions were less
active and rubber shares steady. The
market closed irregular.
PARIS.—Weakness in the foreign ex
change market reacted upon international
Issues during a poor session on the Bourse
today. Rentes held steady and Young
loan issues were firm in expectation of
Germany's return to the League. The
closing was irregular.
BERLIN—After a listless start with
alight gains, activity developed on the
Boerse today. The closing was cheerful.
FOREIGN* EXCHANGES.
NEW YORK. February 5 OP).—Foreign
exchange firm; Great Britain in dollars,
others in cents.
Great Britain, demand. 4.8SV cables.
4.8R-1,; 60-day bills. 4>7'*: France, de
mand. 6.57'b: cables. 6.57Vb; Italy
4.4314: cables. 8 431*.
Demands: Belgium. 23.24: Germany.
40.00; Holland. 67.35: Norway. 24.53:
Sweden. 25.18: Denmark. 21.80; Finland,
jt.'-’S: Syitzerland. 32.23: Spain. 13.611*:
Portugal 4 44: Greece. 0.93: Poland.
18.84: Czechoslovakia. 4.17: Yugoslavia.
2.271*; Austria. 18.8Tn: Hungary. 29.70n;
Rumania. 1 01; Argentine. 32.53n; Brazil.
8.54n: Tokio 28.48: Shanghai. .35.50:
Hongkong. 43.65: Mexico City (silver
peso). 27.85: Montreal in New York.
100.12'*: New York in Montreal. 09.871*.
n—Nominal.
■-•- —
EMPLOYES TO GET BONUS.
CHICAGO, February 5 Jewel
Tea Co., Inc., directors yesterday an
nounced that 2,450 employes will re
ceive a 5 per cent “wage extra, ’ or
bonus, as a “reward for their co
operation” during 1934. A fund
amounting to $70,000 will be dis- I
trlbuted April 15

Market Averages
Compiled by the Associated Press.
STOCKS.
30 16 15 80
Indust.Rails. Util.Stocks.
Net change. . —.04 —.6 —.2 — 4
Today. 1 p.m. 52.5 22.3 24.7 38.0
Previous day. 62.0 22.0 24.it 38.4
Month ago. . 55.0 26.0 25.1 40.8
Year ago_ 60.4 42.0 40.5 50.8
1936 high . . 66.6 27.0 20.0 41.0
1935 low ... 52.0 22 9 24 8 38.1
1934 high . 61.4 43.0 40.0 51.4
193* low .. 46.3 22.8 24.2 34.9
1932 low . 17.5 8.7 83.9 161.
1929 high . .140.9 163.9 184.3 157.7
1927 low ... 61.0 95.3 61.8 61.8
BONOS.
20 10 10 10
Rails.lndust.Util.For gn
Net change..—.03 —.01—.02 ....
Today. 1 p.m. 84.9 94.3 87 i 69.7
Previous day. 85.2 94.4 87.9 09 7
Month ago... S7.8 94.9 85.3 70.3
Year ago.. . 85.5 84.6 81.6 08.1
1935 high... 87.8 95.9 88.1 70.4
1935 low 85.2 93 0 84.5 08.0
1934 high . 89.4 92.9 88.9 70.0
1934 low .. 74 5 73.7 68.2 60.2
1932 low . . 45.8 40 O 64.6 42 2
1928 high . 101.1 98.9 102 9 100.5
10 Low-Yield Bonds
1 P.m_ 108 7 Prev. day. 108.8
Month ago 108 1 Year ago.. 103 2
1935 high. 109.0 1935 low.. 107.9
1984 high 108 3 1934 low.. 99.1
1928 high 104 4 1032 low. S6.8
_I
BONDS ON NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Received by Private Wire Direct to The Evenioc Star.
LIBERTY BONDS.
High. Low *.B6
1*0 1932 47. 104 16 104 16 10416
lot ov 4*0 82-47. 103 26 103 24 103 26
4th 4*1 1933-31. 103 38 10330 10330
4th 4*0 33-38
S>) called 102 102 102
TREASURY BONDS.
«, 1046-48 . 1029 102a 1028
30 1961-66 . 10228 10224 10224
3*a 1946-49. 103 21 10320 10321
3*8 1949-63. 103 10 10310 10310
3*s 1941 . 105 20 10618 10618
3*8 1944-46 .... 1042 1041 104 2
3*8 1940 43 Juno 105 28 105 28 10528
3*o 1941-48 Mar 105 29 10627 10629
3*8 1943-47. 105 19 10519 10519
3*a 1946-66. 108 18 108 18 10818
48 1944-64 .. 1103 1103 1103
4 *i T;*n 43-46. . 1042 104 1042
4*8 1947 62 . 11428 11428 11428
FEDERAL FARM MORTGAGE
BONOS.
IS 1949. 100 20 100 19 100 20
S*al964 ... 10219 10219 10219
HOME OWNERS LOAN BONDS
3*8 39-49. 9817 9816 9816
3a A 62. . 100 20 100 18 100 18
4s 1951 . . . 1017 1016 1016
FOREIGN BONDS
High. Low 2:65.
Ahltlht PaAPw 6a 61 37* 36* 37
AHershusbs 63 92* 92* 92*
Alpine Mont S 7s '55
coupon on.... 103* 103* 103* !
Antloqula 7s 45 A... 9* 9* 9*
Antwerp 6a 53 . 110* 110* 110*
Argentine 6s'45 .... 97* 97* 97*
Argentine 6*8 62... 88 87* 88
Argentine 6a 67 A... 92 92 92
Argentine 6a 58 B .. 91* 91* 91*
Argentine 6a 69 Juno 91* 91* 91*
Argentine 6» 69 Oct. 91* 91* 91*
Argentine Ka 80 May 91* 91* 91*
Argentine 6a 60 Sent 91* 91* 91*
Argentine 6s'60 Oct 91* 91* 91*
Argentine 8a 61 Febr 91* 91* 91*
Australia 4*8 66 . 96* 96 96*
Australia 6a 65.. 103 102* 102*
Australia 6a 67 .... 103 102* 103
Austrian 7a 43 gtd 102* 102* 102*
Bavaria S 6*0 45... 36* 36 36*
Belgium 6s 66 . 104 103* 104
Belgium 6*o 49. 105* 105* 105*
Belgium 7a 56. 108* 108* 108*
Bergen City 5s 49... 96 96 96
Bergen City 6s'60.... 94* 94 94*
Berlin 6s 68 . 36* 36* 36*
Berlin 6*s'50. 36* 36* 36*
Berlin Elec 6s *55 ... • 39 39 39
Berlin Elec 6*s 69.. 89* 39 39*
Bolivia 7a '68. 6* 6 **
Bolivia 7s 69. 6* 6 6*
Bolivia 8s 47 . 6* 6* 6* I
Hraiil 6*a 26-57.... 28 27* 28
Brasil 6*s'27-67.... 27* 27* 27*
Brazil 7s'b* . 2* 2K 28
Brazil 8a «l . S3 32* 32*
Brisbane 5s 57..... 96* 96* 96*
Buenos A 6s 61 at Pv 60* 69* 59*
Buenos A 6*s 61 Pv. 6HV4 68 68*
Buenoa A Cy 6*s 56 85 85 85
Canada 4a 40. 105% 105% 1U5H
Chile 6s 60 . 14% 14% 14%.
Chile 6s’61 Feb. 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 6) Sapt .... 14% 14% 14%
Chila la 42 .. 16% 15% 16
Chilean M L 7a 80... 11% 11% 11%
Chin Govt Rv 6s 61.. 44% 44% 44%
Christiania 6s'54.... 102% 102V* 102%
Cologne 6%s '60 .... 36 36 36
Colombia 6s 61 Jan 32% 32% 32%
Copenhagen 4%s'61 89% 88% 89%
Copenhagen 5s 52... 93% 92% 93%
Copennagen Tel 5s '64 98 97% 98
Cordoba 7s'67 stpd.. 41 41 41
Cnna b%s 46 24% 24% 24%
Czechoslovakia 6s '61 103 103 103
Czechoslovakia 8» '62 102% 102% 102%
Denmark 4%8 42. 94 93% 93%
Denmark 5%s'55.... 100% 100% 100%
Denmark 6s 42 .. 103% 103 103%
Dominic 1st 5%s '42 71 71 71
Finland «%s 66. . . 102% 102% 102%
Finland 7a 60 .... 100% 100% 100%
Finnish 6%s’64 A... 101% 101 101
f rench Gov 7s 49 ... 183 183 183
French Gov 7 %■ 41.. 186% 186% 186%
vielsenklrcnen 6s 34. 63 63 63
Ger C Bk A(t 6s 38 . . . 64 64 64
Gsr C Bk A 6s 6UJuly 45% 45% 45%
Gar i Bk A 6s 6o net. 45 46 45
Ger Gen El 6V»s 40.. 45 45 45
Usrman Gov 6%s 65 35% 34% 84%
German Hep 7s 49... 45% 45% 45%
Good H S& 1 Is 46.. 43% 43% 43%
Graz 8s '64 unni co on 98% 98% 98%
Great Br & lrS%s 17 115% 115% 11558
Ort C El Jao 6%a 80 78% 78% 78%
Greek Gov 6s 68 30% 30% 30V*
Haiti 6s 62...83 83 83
Hamburg St 6s 46. . 36% 36% 36%
Italy 7s 61 _ 93 92% 93
Ital Crd P W 7s 47 B 87 87 87
Ital P U Crd 7s 62.. . 83% 83% 83%
lapan6%a 66 . 79% 79% 79%
Japan 6%s 64. . 91% 915* 91%
Karstadt 6a 43 cl ... 36% 36 36%
Kreu*Toll 6s'59Acfs 31% 31% 31%
Leipzig 7s 47 ....... 43 43 43
Lombttrd El 7s 62 ... 80% 80% 80%
Low A Hy E 6%s 44. 90 90 90
Met Water 6%a 60.. 100% 100% 100%
Milan 6%s'62 ... 85 84% 86
Minas Geraes 6%s’62
Sept coupon off ... 18% 18% 18%
Momecattnl 7s 93% 92 93%
New So Wales bs 67 101% 101% 101%
New So Walts bs 62 101% 101% 101%
Nor Ger Lloyd 6s'47 75 75 75
Nor Ger Ld 6s'47new 49 48% 49
Norway 6s 83 . 101% 101% 101%
Norway 5%s 65.... 102% 102% 102%
Norway 6s 62 __ 102% 102% 102%
Norw Hv El 6%s'67 94 93% 94
Norw Mun Bk6s'70.. 101% 101% 101%
Oriental Dev 6%s 61 75% 75% 75%
Oriental Dev is 62 79% 79% 79%
Oslo 6s 66 . . . 100 100 100
Oslo G & E fit '63 ... 96% 96 96%
panama os no no a»u 10 so
Paris url Kv 6%e 68 157*. 157*4 157*4
Pernam 7a’47Sep c off 15*4 15** 15%
Peru 6? 60. 9% 9% 9%
Peru 6* 61 9% 9V» 9%
Poland 6s 40. 79% 79 79%
Poland 7a 47 . 120% 120% 120%
Poland Is 60. 91*4 91% 91*4
Por A 7%s'66Jul c oft 21 21 21
Prussia 6s '62 .... 36% 36 35%
Prussia <%s 61.. . 36V» 35% 36%
Rheln-Maln 7s 50. .. 42 42 42
Kheln Kubr 6a 61. 37 97 37
Rhine W El P 6a 63.. 43 43 43
Rhine W Ul 1'6s 63.. 41% 41% 41%
Rhine » El P 6* 56 . 43 41% 43
Kntne V* El P 7s 60.. 44 43% 44
Klo dr Jan 6%» 63 •
Aue cou oft. .. 17% 17 17
Rio <ie Jan 8s ’46
April coup off.... 18% 18% 18%
Rio (4r do Sill tfs 68
June cou off 20% 20% 20%
Klo Q> do Sul 8s 46
April oou off 22 22 22
Koine 6%s 62 .. 86% 86% 86%
Rumania Is 69
Aug coupon off 35 35 35
Santa P Arg 7* 42 stp 52% 52% 52%
sao Paulo St 7a 40 83 82*4 83
Kao Paulo St 7s 66
Sept cou oft .. 20% 20 20%
Sao Paulo St 8s 86
July cou-off. .. 29% 29% 29%
Sao Paulo St 8s 60
July coupon off . . 21 21 21
Kaaon Pb W 6%a 61 88% 88% 38%
Saxon Pb W 7a 4b 40 89% 40
Serbs 8a 62 Nov c on. 32 32 32
Serbs 8a 62 unnt c on 37 36% 37
Siemens* H 6%a 61 49 48% 49
Siemens* Hal la 16 63% 63% 63%
Silesian Rk 6s'4? 57 57 57
Silesia Elec6%e 46 37 37 37
Silesia Pros 7s 6k 70% 70% 70%
Svdnet 6 He 66 101% 101% 101%
Taiwan El 6 %a 11. 76% 76% 76%
Tokto 6Ha 61 - 75% 75% 75%
Taklo Bi Lt 6s 61 76% 75% 75%
UJlgawa E P 7a 46.. 88% 87% 88%
Uruguay 6s 66 37% 87% 37%
Warsaw 'S 68 70 69% 69%
Westphal El PCs 63 42% 42% 42%
Wuertemberg 7a’66 40 39 40
fokahama 6a 61 82% 82% »2%
DOMESTIC BONDS
Abr * Straus 6 %a 41 103% 103% 103%
AlbASua 1 %a 46*td. 102 102 102
Allen Corn oa 44.... 69% 68% 69
▲iianCorpla 60 69 69
High. Low. 2:55.
Allas Com 6a '(0_ 22% 22% 22%
Allas Corp 6s '60 etfs 23 23 23
Allas val 4a 42. 106 106 106
Allis Chaim 6a 17 .. 101% 101 101
Am A For Pw 6s <030 66 55% 56
Ain I O Ch 6%s 42 .. 106% 106% 106%
Am Inti (Vis 42 .... 92% 92 92
Am Roll Meats .. 107 106% 107
Am Small A H 6a 47. 104% 104% 104%
Am TAT 4%i '32 . .. 107% 107% 107%
AmTATcItrba 46. 109% 109% 109%
Am T * T deb 6s «0.. 112% 112% 112%
Am TAT deb 6a 66. . 113 112% 113
AmTAT6Hs 41... 112% 112% 112%
Am Wat Wka 6a 44.. 95 94% 95
Am Wat Wka is'76.. 76% 76% 76%
Am Writ Pan 6s 47 . 23% 23% 23%
Ann A 1st ex In 4S'96. 53 63 53
Arm A Co 4%a 29 .. . 103 102% 102%
Arm Ol Del 6%s 43.. 103% 103% 103%
Artnstrg Cork 6s 40 104% 104% 104%
A T A S Fe an 4s 9b 107% 107% 107%,
ATASF#4%s4l . 107% 107% 107%
A TAS F C A 4 %s 62 110 109% 199%
Atl Coast L 1st 4n 62 101 101 101
Atl Coast Lett 4s 62. 79 79 79
Atl C 1. un 4%s 64 .. 90% 90% 90%
Atl A Dan 1st 4s 48.. 38% 38 38
Atl A Dan 2d 4s 48... 32% 32% 32%
AtlOA W I 6s 69 38 37 37
Baldwin Loco 6a 40.. 102% 102% 102%
Bal A Uhlo 1st 4a 42. 101% 100% 101%
Bal A Ohio 4%s 60 . 53% 51% 51%
Bal A Ohio let 6a 48. 108 107% 108
B AO 1st 6s'48 reg... 105% 105% 105%
Bal A o ret 6s »oa.. 68% 68 t>8
Bal A Ohio 6s OOF... 68 67% 67%
Bal AO ref 6a 2000 D. 67 67 67
Ba! A O ref bs'96 C.. 78 78 78
BAO PLEAWV 4s '41 99 98% 98%
Bal A O Swn 6s 60... 97% 97% 97%
Bang A Arooa 4s 61.. 102% 102% 102%
Bang&Aroos cy 4s'51 104% 104% 104%
Beech Crk 4s 36 gtd. . 102 102 102
Bell T of Pa 6s 48 B. 115 115 115
Bell T of Pa 6a 60 C.. 119% 119% 119%
Beneficial L.6s 46 ... 108% 108% 108%
Bath Stl p m 6s 36 .. 103% 103% 103%
Bath St) rf dbbs 42.. 109% 109% 109%
Boa A Me 4%s 61 J.. 71% 71 71
Boston A Me 6s 66... 76% 75 75
Boston A Me fia 67 .. 74 73% 73%
Bos A N V A I. 4s 56 39% 39% 39%
Bot Con M 6%s "34 ct 9% 9% 9%
Bklyn Edl* 6s 62 K 109 109 109
Bklyn M T 6s 68 A. . 105% 105 105%
Bklyn Union Kl 6s '60 102% 102 102%
B R A Peon 4%s 57. 66% 65 65
B CR A Ncl 6s'34... 22 22 22
B C R A N 6s '34 ctfs. 20% 20% 20%
Bush Term 1st 4s '52. 76% 76% 76%
Bush T Bldg 6s 60. 65 65 65
Calif Pet db 6%s '38. 102% 102% 102%
Can Nat Kys«%s'61. 110% 110% 110%
Can Nat Rys 4Ha '64 103% 103% 103%
Can Nat Rys 4%s 66. 111% 111 ill
Can Nat Rys 4 H» 67. 109% 109% 109%
CanNatHys4Hs 68 103% 103% 103%
Can Nat 6s 69 Oct. 115» 115% 115%
Can Nat Rys 6s 70... 115% 115% 115%
Can Nor deb 6H* 46.. 121 121 121
Can Nor deb 7s 40... 106% 106% 106%
Can Pac deb 4s nerp.. 86% 86% 86%
Can Pac 4Ha 60 .... 97% 97 97
Can Pac 6s'44 ctfs... 109% 109% 109%
l-acoi Of ... 1U3'<; IU3% U)3V»
Cent Br U Pac 4s 48. 38% 38% 38%
Cent of Ga 5s’69 C... 10% 10% 10%
Cen Hud G&E 5s 57.. 109 109 109
Cent 111 E A U 6s 61. 79% 79% 79%
Cent N Eng 4s 61.... 67 66% 67
Cent Pac lit rf «* '49 99 98% 98%
Cent Pac 1st 4s '49 ref 96 96 96
l ent Par 6* 6u 78% 77 77
Cent P Th Sh L 4s '64 98% 98% 98%
Cart’d deD 6%s 4*. 71 70 71
Chesap Cp ct cl 6s'44 102% 102% 102%
Chesap Corp 6s 47... 104% 104 104
CA Often «%a 92.... 117 116% 116%
C A O 4 %s '93 A. 109% 109% 109%
C*0 4Via95B. 109% 109 109
Chi A Alt ref Is 49.. 47% 47% 47%
Chi B *Q gen 4s '68.. 107% 107% 107%
C B&% ill dlv 48 49 106% 106% 106%
Chi A F 111 6s 61. . 7% 7% 7%
Cfcl A Erie 1st 6a '82 114% 114% 114%
Chi G L A C 6a 17 104% 104% 104%
Chi Grt West 4s 69 . 32 32 32
Chi Grt W «s'59 stp 32 31% 31%
Chi In A L gen 6a '66. 6% 6% 6%
CMAStP 4s 89. 54% 53% 53%
CMAStP 4%s'89 E... 58 57% 57%
CMStP A P 6a '75 ... 22% 22 22%
CMStPAP adl 6s 2000 6% 5% 6
Chi A NW gn 4s '87 st 48% 48% 48%
Chi A NW 4%a 2037. 23 22 22
C A NW 4 Vis 2637 C.. 23% 23 23%
Chi A NW 4*1 49 .. 18 17 17Vi
Chi A NW rf is *017. 25 ?5 25
CANWNrtteVie *6 60% 60% 60%
CRUPrtli'11- 16 15% 15%
C R I A P rf 48 34 ct. 16 16 16
C R 1 A Pac 4 Vis ’52.. 16 15% 15%
C R I A P gn 4s 88 43% 43% 43%
C R 1 A P4s 88 ctfs. 41% 41% 41%
C K 1 * P «%e 60 .. 9% 9 9
C T H A S let 6s’60.. 51% 51 51
Chi U Sta 4 Via '63 V. 109 108% 108%
Chi U Sta 6Via 63 C.. 113% 113% 113%
Chi A W 1 con 4a 61. 95% 95 95%
Chi A W 1 6%a 63... 102% 102% 102%
Childs Co 6a 41 . 60 60 60
Cb«leCop deb 6a 47 . 85 83 83
cm Un Term 6a 57C. 112% 112% 112%
cm UnTarm 6a 2020. 111% 111% 111%
CCCAStL gen 4a 93 . 99% 99 99%
CCCAStL rf 4 %s'77E 72 71% 71%
CCCAStL rf 6s 63 [J 81 81 81
CCC&StL C dlv 4s '39 103% 103% 103%
CCC&StLCW&M
4a 91. 91% 91% 91%
CIst Un Ter 4Vis '77. 89% 89% 89%
Clee U Ter 6s 73 B.. 97 96% 96%
Cles D Ter 6%e '78 A 10u% 99% 100%
Col Ind cl tr be 14.. j 30 30 30
Col & So rf 4Via 16.. 94% 94% 94%
Col & So 4 Vie '10- 56% 56% 56%
Col GAE 6a 62 May.. 82% 80 80
Col G A E 6a 61. 79% 76% 77
Col K P L let 4%l '67 102% 102% 102%
Com Inv Tr bVia 49 . 111!« 111% 111%
Con Coal Md rf 6s'50 33 32% 32%
Con Coal Md 6s'60cfa 33 32% 32%
Con Gas Chi 5a 36... 104 104 104
Con Gas N Y 4%s 61 102% 101% 101%
Con Gas N Y 5s 67 . 103% 103% 103%
Con G NY 6 Vis'45 reg 105% 105% 105%
Container is 46 ... 100% 100% 100%
Crown Will Pfia'51 . 102% 102 102
Crown Zell 6s 40 »». 98% 98% 98%
Cuba H R 1st 6s 62.. 32% 31% 32%
Cuba Nor KK 6 Vie 42 41% 41% 41%
Cuban Cane P 6s 60. % % %
Climb T AT 6«'17. . 106% 106% 106%
- U..A a - a • 0 71/. Q£Ia SClit.
Del A Hurt 6 He 37... 100% 100% 100%
DenverU & E 6s 61.. 104% 104% 104%
Den tHUcnli 36.. 32% 32 32
Den A K O rf5s'7» .. 16 15 15
Det Edison 4%s 61 D 108% 108% 108%
Det Edison rf 6s 49 . 109% 109V, 109%
Det Rlv Tun 4%s 61. 107% 107% 107%
Ddge Br cv db 4s 40. 106% 106% 106%
Duqu Lit 1st 4%f 67 107% 107% 107%
Erie cv 4s’63 B. 75% 75% 75%
Erie 4s 94. 98% 98% 98%
Erie gen 4S 91. 76% 75% 75%
Erie rf 6» 47 ........ 67% 67 67
Erie rf 6s 76. «7% 67 67
Erie A Jersey 6s ’55 115 115 115
Fla EC Ky 6s 74 10 10 10
Galvest H&H 5%s'38 79 79 79
Gannett 6s 4*.102% 102Vi 102%
Uen Cable 1>He 47... 89% 89% 89%
Gen Pet 6s 40 . 102% 102% 102%
UenPubSvc6%s 39 95% 96% 95%
Gen Steel C 5%s '49.. 90V, 89% 89%
Gen Th Ba «s 40 eta. 8% 8% 8V.
Goodrich 6s 4b .... 93% 93% 93%
Goodrich «%s 47_ 108% 108% 108%
Oondv r T A K 6a V, 104% 104% 104%
Goth Silk Hos 6s 86. 94 94 94
Gould Coup 6s 40 . . 28% 28 28
Gr Tr k of Can 6a 36 106% 106% 106%
Gr Tr’k of Can 7a 40 106% 106 106%
Ui N R ret 4%s 61 A. 10L 101 101
Qt N It een «%a-77 E. 77 76% 76%
Gt N Ry 6%e 62 B .. 89% 88% 88%
GtN Rrinls II A.. 92 91% 91%
Gulf M & N 6a ’60 ... 60% 60% 60%
Gulf MAN 6%s'60.. 69 69 69
Gull 8ta Stl 6 %» 42. 95% 95% 95%
Her Ky-PC 1st 4a 64 93% 93% 93%
Hoe Vat 4%e 99- 113 113 113
Houston 011 6 %a 40 85% 86% 85%
HousATC 1st 6a'37... 104% 104% 104%
H'ettontccon 6a 37.. 91V, 91% 91%
Hudson Coal be 61 .. 43% 43% 43%
Hud A Man tnc 6a 67. 37 36 36%
Hud A Man ref 6a 67. 87% 87% 87%
111 Ball Tat Is 'll . 109% 109% 109%
111 Cent ooll urea 'll. 81% 80% 80%
111 Cent coll tr 4s II. 72% 72 72
lUCant 4%a II .... 66% 55 55
111 Cant rsf la’ll.... 92% 92% 92%
111 Cent IHs II. 100 100 100
IllCent Ltcb 3s 51... 86 85 85
111 Cent St L. 3%s 61 91 91 91
I C C St C NO « %« 61 69% 68% 68%
It; C St L NO 6a 13 . 73% 72 72.
Ill Steel dab 4 %e 40 107% 107 107 j
Inland SO 4%s 71 A. 104% 104 104
tnlajnd Stl 4%a St B. 104% 104 104
latRTlatrtla'M.. 83% 88% 83%
Rich. Low. 2:66. I
Int R T (a '12. 60 60 60
lnt RT 7a '22. 87 87 87 ]
lnt RTTa'22ctf»... 85 84% 84%
Interlaka 6s'61. 76 76 76
lnt Ag col 6a '42 atp.. 97 97 97
lnt Cement 6s '48.... 100% 100% 100%
lnt Gt Nor 6a'66 B... 84% 34% 34%
IntGt Nor 6s'62 A. .. 37% 36% 26%
int GtNor adl fis’62A. 9 8% 8%
lnt Hydro Kl 6a 44.. 47% 47% 47%
lnt Mer Mar 6s 41... 61% 61% 51%
Int Pap l«t6s’47A . ... 73% 73% 73%
lnt Rya of C A 6s'72. 73 73 73
Int T ATov 4%s '29. 70% 69% 69%
Int TAT 4%a 62_ 62% 61 61%
Int T A T 6a 66 . 67% 66% 66%
Inv Eq 6s '43 B w w.. 99% 99% 99%
InvBgEa’IlBiw... 99% 99% 99%
James. F A C 4s 3» . 81% 81% 81%
KanC F S A M «s 36. 38% 38 38
Kan CBou lat la 60 76 76 76
K CSou rf In 6s 60.. 67 66% 66%
KanC Ter 1st 4s 60. 106 105% 106
Keith 6a 4# . 68% 68 68%
Kelly Spr Tire 6a 42 60% 49% 49%
Kings C El%P6s'37.. 108% 108% 108%
Kings Co Elov 4a 49 98 98 98
Krenge Foun 6a ’36 . 102% 102% 102%
Laclede Gas Ss 32. .. 99% 99 99
Laclede G 6%s’63 C. 65% 64% 64%
Laclede G 6%s 60 D. 64% 64% 64%
Lake SAM So 3 %a '97 100 100 100
LEA Wn lat 6s 37.. 102% 102% 102%
Lautaro Nltr 6s '54 . a 8% 8%
Leh C A N 4%s’64 A 104% 104% 104%
Leh&NY 1st 4s'45gtd. 71 71 71
Leh Val Har 6s 64 101 101 101
L V Pa con 4%s 2003. 45% 44 44
LlggA Myr 6a'61.... 118% 118 118%
Llgg A M vr 7a '44_133% 133% 133%
Loew s 6a 41.104% 104% 104%
Long 1st ref 4a 49. .. 103 102% 102%
La A Ark 6a '69 ... 67% 66% 66%
Lou'av GAE 6s '52 A. 110 110 110
Lou A N unlf 4a 40 . 105% 104% 105
Lou A N 4%s 2003 C. 101% 101% 101%
Lou A N 6s 2003 B . . 105 105 105
Lou A N rf 5%s 2003. 106% 106% 106%
I.AN All KAC4s'65 105 105 105
Lou A N St L 3a 80 80% 80% 80%
M’Cro'yS5 %s 41 filed 82% 82 82%
McKessA R 6 %s 60. y7% 96% y6%
Man S mod 7%s 42
ctfs stamped.. 8% 8% 8%
Man Ry 4a 90 ... 55 55 55
Man Ry 4s '90ctfa... 53 52% 52%
Marion St Sh 6s 47.. 65% 63% 63%
Mead Co 6s 46. 83% 83% 83%
Mer Ed lat rf 4%a 61 100 99 99
Mich Cent 3%s'62.. . joi 101 101
Midvale StlAO 6s 36. 103 103 103
Mil El R ASL 5s 61.. 87 86% 86%
Mil El RAL rf 6a 71. 86% 86 86
Mil Spa A N W 4s '47. 51% 50 60
Minn A S L rf 4s 49 2% 2V, 2'\
M.StPASSM cn 4s 32 35 34% 34%
M.StPASSM cn 5s '38 23% 23% 23%
M StPASSM 6s 38gtd 39% 39% 39%
M.StPASSM 6%a 73. 73% 73% 73%
Mo K A T 4s 62 B ... 64% 54% 54%
Mo K AT 5s 62 A ... 59 57% 57%
Mo K A T adl 6a '67.. 25% 25% 25%
Mo Pao 4s 75 . 10 9H 10
Mo Pac 6a 65 A. 2X% 27% 27%
Mo Pac 5s 77 F. 28% 28 28%
Mo Pac 5s 78 G. 27% 27% 27%
Mo Pac 5s SO H. 28 27% 27%
Mo Pao 5s 81 I . 28 27% 27%
Mohawk* M 4s'91.. 84% 84% 84%
Mont Pow ref ha 43.. 99% 99 99%
Mont Pow 6s 6-’ A . 75 75 75
Mor* Esx 3%s 2"00. 94% 94% 94%
Mor * Esx 4 % s 66.. 93% 93 93
Mor * Esx 6s 65_ 101 100% 100%
Mut Fuel Gas 5s'47. 106 106 106
Nash C & St L 4» 7*. 95% 95% 95%
Nassau El 4a '61 gtd 56% 56% 56%
Nat Dairy 5%a 48... 102% 102% 102%
National Steel 6s 66 106% 105% 105%
Newb’ry (JJi 6%e 4U 104 104 104
N ET * T 1st 6s 52. . 117% 117% 117%
New J P * L 4 %S 60 96% 96% 96%
New Or PS 6a '62 A.. 64% 63 63
New Or PS 6s 65 B.. 64% 64% 64%
New OrT&M 6%i 64 28% 27% 27%
N YCeni 3%s 97 ... 97% 97% 97%
NY cent 49 42 ... 95% 95% 95%
N Y Cent con 4s 91.. 86% 86% 86%
N 7 C ret 4%s 2011.. 57% 66% 56%
NYC ret 4%a 2012 n 57V. 57 57
N Y Cent ref 5s 2013. 63% 61 61
NY Cent c\ 6s 44 . . 108% 107% 107%
N Y C L Sh ?%s 98. . 87% 87% 87%
N Y C&St L 4%s '7* 60% 59% 59%
N Y CAStL 5Hs'74 A. 72% 71% 71%
N Y CASt L 1st 6s S5 64% 63 63
N Y Dock 1st 4s 51.. 65 65 65
N y Dock 5s 33. 48% 48% 48%
N Y Edison 6s 44 B . . 108 108 108
N Y Edison 5s 61 C.. 109 108% 108%
N Y Edts ref 6 %a 41 113% 113% 113%
N Y G El H&P 48 49. 110 110 110
N Y G El H&P 6s 48. 118 118 118
NY LJfcW t§t 4* 73 100% 100 100
N Y. NH&H 3\i* 64. 34V. 34% 34%
NY. NH&H «s 55_ 34% 34% 34%
N Y. NH&H 4s '67... 27% 25 25
N Y. NH*H 4%a '87. 39 37% 38%
N Y. NH&H cl tr6a'40 56% 55 55
N Y. NH&H cv 6e 48 44 42% 43%
N Y OAW ret 4e 92. 53 50 50%
N Y Rwys 6s'65 A... 72 72 72
N Y & Rich G 6s 51.. 107% 107% 107%
N Y Steam 1st 5s 51. 105% 105% 105%
N Y Steam 1st Is 47. 108 108 108
N Y Tel gen 4%s 39 110 110 110
N Y Trap Hock 6s 46 60% 60 60
NYW&B4%8 46.. 29% 29 29%
Niagara Sh 6%e 60.. 70 69% 69%
NorfSoulst5s 41... 38 37% 37%
Norf So 1st ref 6s 61 17% 17 % 17-%
N’orf & W dlv 4a 44. . 108% 108 108
Non & YV 1st 4a 96.. 112 111% 111%
No Am Co 5a'61 .... 85% 85% 85%
Nor Am Ed 5s 57 a.. 81 81 81
Nor Am Ed 5s 69 C.. 78% 78% 78%
Nor Am Ed 5 %a 63. . 85% 85 85
Nor Pao gen 3s 2047. 74% 73% 74
Nor Pao 4s 97 . 103% 102% 103V,
Nor Pac 4%s 2047.... 86% 86% 86%
Nor Pao 6s 2047 D... 91% 91% 91%
Nor Pac 6s 2047. 100% 100 100
Ore- W R R * N 4a 61 102% 102% 102%
Otis Steel 6s 41 ... 85% 85% 85%
Pac Coast 6s 46,.... 37% 37% 37%
PicU&Eti 42. 108 107% 107%
Pac T & T ref 5B'62 112 112 112
Pan Am PC 6s 40 cfs 38% 38% 38%
Parm B way 6%s 61 47 47 47
Par B way 6%s 61 ct 47% 47% 47%
Par F Ea Bs 47 ctfa. 68% 67% 67%
Par F Ea 6s 47 tiled. 68% 67% 67%
Par Pbx 6%e 6u ctfa 68 67% 67%
Par Pbx 6 %s 60 tiled £8% 67% 67%
Pathe Exch 7a 37- 102 102 102
Penn Dixie C 6s 41.. 80% 80% 80%
Penn O A D 4%s '77. 103% 103% 103%
Penn R R con 4s "43. . 107 107 107
Penn K K «%s Ml l> 102% 102% 102%
Penn R Ren 4%s 60 116% 116% 116%
Penn H K 4 % l (4 101% 101% 101%
Penn H R gn 4%s 6b 106% 106% 106%
Penn H K dh 4%s 70 94% 04 04
Penn K R 4%s 63 . . 105% 105 105%
Penn H K 6s 64 .... 105% 105% 105%
Penn R R gen bs 63 112% 112% 112%
Penn H R6%s 86 106% 105% 105%
Penn P* E 4%s Ml 100% 100% 100%
Peo GLt&C ref 5s 47 101% 101% 101%
PeoGEACSs 43 111% 111% 111%
IVorts A E 1st 46 40 68% 68% 68%
Pere Marq 1st 4s '66. 77 77 77
Pert Mara 4%s MO. 77% 77 77%
Pbila BA W 4 VMS Ml. 108% 108% 108%
Phils Co bs 67 . 84 82% 82%
Pbila El Co «a 71_ 106% 106% 106%
Phila A RCA 1 6s 71 74% 74% 74%
Phila A K C A I 6e 42 60% 50% 50%
Philippine Rv 4s 37 22% 22% 22%
Phillips Pet 0 %s 8# 102% 102% 102%
Pillshury Fi M 6s 43 108% 108% 108%
PC<’ & StL 4 %s 77 C. 106% IOlAi. 105%
PCC & StE 6s 70 A . 114 113% 113%
Pt Arth C&D 6s 53 A 85 85,. 85
Pot i Gen Ei 4 % s 6o 56% 55% 55%
Port Gen E 4Ha nnas 56% 55% 55%
Port Oen El I si bs 3b 100% 100 100
Postal Tel AC 6» 63 49 47% 48%
Pub S El A G 48'71 106 106% 106
Pub S El A U 4%s 70 107% 107% 107%
Pure Oil 6%s 37_ 101 101 101
PureOII 6%s 40.... 101 100% 100%
Purtly Bak 6s 4S 84% 84 84
Reading JerC 4sei 100% 100 100
Heading Ry 4%a’»7A. 106 106 106
Kern Kd 6%s 4.AWW 100 99% 100
Rep I A Stl 6a 40 104% 104% 104%
Ren I A Stl 5%a'63 A 101 100% 101
Revere Cop A B 6s 43 108 107% 107%
Richfield O 6s 44 ctfa 29% 29 29
R U W lit ex ln4s’39. 76% 75% 75%
St Jc Eead 6%a 41.. 109 109 109
StE IMAM KAU 4S-I3. 66% 66 66
StLIMASRS4a’33 cfa 64 64 64
St E-8 F 4a '60 A eft. 14 14 14
StE-SF4%s'7S. 12 12 12
St LrS F4%s’7Mcfat 12 12 12
StESWll 4a MO... 76% 76% 76%
at P K r S L 4%l 41. 16 16 16
StPM&MPac 4s 40 ex' 100 100 100
St P MAM ext 6a'4l.. 107% 107% 107%
8an A A A I’aaa 4a 41 83% 83 83
Sin An PbS 6» 63 A. 104 103 104
SMbd AEreI4at».. 7% 7% 7%
Rich. Low. 2:55.
Seabd ALIi 8% 8% 8%
Seabd A L, 6a'45 Acfa. 6% 6% 6%
Saa A-Fla 6a‘l6 Acfa. 8% 3% 3%
Shell Pipe L 6s‘63... 104 1034,103%
Shell Un 011 6a ’47... 102% 102% 102%
Sierra ft 8 F P 6a ’49. 107% 107V, 107%
Silesian Ann 7a‘41... 57% 564, 56%
Sine Con 0«%8‘JS B 104% 104% 104%
Sine Con O 7a ’*7 A 1034, 103'/, 103%
SkellyOll 4 Ha *9... 994, 99% 99%
So Bell T ft T 6a '41.. 108% 108% 108%
So Col Pwr 6a'47 A.. 91% 91'/, 91'/,
So Pao COl 4a 49. 66% 64% 64%
So Pac ref 4s *6S. 93% 93% 934,
So Pao 4%s '(9. 65 62% 62%
So Pae 4Ha '(9. 64 614, 61%
So Pac 4 Ha II. 64% 60% 61
So Pao Ore 4 %a '77 . 80% 79% 79%
So Pac S F Ter 4a '60. 102% 102% 102%
So Ry gen 4a 66 A 57% 65 56
So Ry 6s '94. 101 100% 100%
So Ry gen 6s ‘66. 76% 76 76
So Ry 6%s '66 . 80% 79 79
So Ky M ft 0 48‘39... 63% 61% 63%
Southw Bell T 6s 64. 110 110 110
Stand Oil N ? ,%e 61 104% 104% 104%
Studehaker 6a 42.... 46 46V, 45%
Studeoaker 6s'42ctfs. 454, 46% 45%
Tenn Cent 6s 47. 68 68 58
Tenn C ft 1 R R 5s'61 115 115 115
Tenn El Pwr 6s 47 A 94 93% 93%
Term Assn St L 4a 63 103% 103% 103%
Term .VaSt L 4%s *9 109 109 109
Term Assn con 5s'44. 110% 110% 110%
Texarkana 6%s 60.. 94V, 94 94
Tex Corp cv 6s 44... 104% 104% 104%
Tex A Pac 6s 79 C... 91% 90% 90%
Tex & Pac 6s'80 D. .. 91% 90% 90%
Tex & Pac lat 6s 2000 117% 117% 117%
Third A ad In ax 6s *0 25 25 25
Un E L ft P 6a '67 .... 108 1074, 1074,
Un ELA P 6 % a '64 . . 106 106 106
Un El Chicago 5s'45. 13% 13% 13%
Un O Cal 6a 46 re ww 105 104% 105
UnOCal 6a 42 A.... 117% 117% 117%
Un Pao 1st 4a'47.... 109% 109% 109%
Un Pac 4s '68.100% 1004. 100%
Un Pao lat rf 4a 2001 105% 105% 105%
Un Pao 4 %s '67 . 105% 104% 104%
Un Pao 1st rt 6s 2009. 116** 116*, 116%
Utilled Drug 6a 63 .. 93 92% 93
US Rubber 6a 47 ... 93% 93 93%
Utah LA T 6s 44 A.. 73 73 73
Utah P A L 6s 44_ 75% 75 75
Util P A L 6s 69 ww. 23*. 23 23%
Util PAL 6 %a 47 28*. 28% 28%
Vanadium ot 6s 41 . 90% 90% 90'.
Va Ir. C&C 1st 5s 49. 57% 57% 57%
Va Ry 1st 6a 62 A... 111% 111% 111%
Va S W con 5a '58.... 82% 82% 82%
Wabash 4%a 7*.... 16% 16% 16%
Wabash 68 76 B. 16% 16% 16%
Wanash 1st 6s 39.... 94*. 94% 94%
Wabash 5s 80 D. 16% 16% 16%
Wabash 6%s 76... . 17% 17% 17%
Wabash DetftC 5a'41. 100 100 100
Warn Prose* 6s 39. 56% 55 55
W arren Br t, 6s 41.. 36*. 36% 36%
W Pa P 1st 5s '66 Q. . 108*, 108% 108*,
W Sh lst4s 2361 gtd.. 85 844, 84*,
West El deb 5s 44 .. 105% 105% 105%
West Md 1st «s 52... 92% 91V, 91%
West Mil 5H#'77.. 98% 98 98%
West Pac 5s 46 A ast 32 32 32
West Untlin 60 85% 85% 85%
West Un col tr 6s 28. 102 102 102
West Un 6s '61. 89% 89 89%
West Un 6s 60 . 87% 87 87%
Went Un 6 %a '36.... 101% 101% 101%
Wheel Stl 4%s 63 .. 93% 93% 93%
Wheel Stl 6Ha‘48 A. 101% 101% 101%
W Sp Stl con 7a 36 ct 10 10 10
WllsonftCo let 6s «1. 10y% 109% 109%
Wls C 1st gen 4s 49 . . 11% 11% 11%
Youngtn SAT 6s'70B. 94% 94% 94%
Young U) SAT 6s'78 A 94% 93% 94%
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Washington Exchange
SALES.
Woodward & Lothrop com—25 at 30,
25 at 30. 25 at 30, 25 at 30.
AFTER CALL.
Mergenthaler Linotype—10 at 31 ’4.
Bid and Asked Prices.
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
_ , . Bid. Asked
Amer. Tel. 4 Tel 4>4s .. . Ml? ....
Am Tel. 4 Tel Col. Tr. 5s.. 109 .
Anacostia & Pot 5s. ?8*a
Ana & Pot Guar, os .... lot's 108
C. A- P Tel ot Va 5s. 105
Capital Traction R R. 5s... 92*3 . ...
City A Suburban 5s ... ?8'a 81
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s. .. 107>» ...
Pot. Elec. Pow. Cons. 5s. . lot .
Potomac Elec 8s. 1U>
Wash, Gas 5s 1958. 102 103'4
Washington Gas 5s 1900... Ill' .
Wash. Gas Os. series B_... lo:‘V. ...
Wash. Ry. A Elec. 4s. loo 1001a
MISCELLANEOUS
| Barber A Ross Inc . ti^s.. . 35 .
Chevy Chase Club .V^s... 10*,’ .
i Col. Country Club 6l*s.... 10-. .
D C. Paper Mta. 6s. 15 ....
| W. M Cold Storage 5s. 05 .
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Amer. Tel. 4 Tel. (9). 10» .
Capital Transit Co. (1). 25 20
N. A W. Steamboat cOi. . . 77.
Pet. Elec. Pow. ii'r old 10), ill
Pot E Pow SVi'*" of (5 501 111‘.-a 114
Wash. Gas Lt. Co. i3.ij0l... 5? .
Wash Ry & Ei. Co. (121.. 295 _
j Wash. Ry. A El. pfd. (5) . . 101 102
NATION A1 BANK
Capita) (4). 00 .
I Liberty (3). so 100
i Linco.n *6». ITo . ...
i Riggs com (8'.,. 212 225
, Riggs pfd (5)...1 lo .
; Washington (8). Hiu .
TRUST COMPANY
i Amer Sec. & Tr. Co. (Hi. .. 198 202
' Natl Sav A Tr... loo .
| Wash. Loan 4 Tr. 181. 180 .
SAVINGS BANK
| Com A Savings (8). 150 .
FIRE INSURANCE
American (121. 175 .
' Corcoran (2.50). . 90 .
Firemen's (1.80). 24*4 .
National Union ( 70). oy. .....
TITLE INSURANCE
Columbia (.30). 4*4 ....
Real Estate (SI. 82 .
MISCELLANEOUS.
Carpel Corp. il). 14 17
D C. Paoer Mfg. pfd. 1
Em. Bromo-SeiZ A ' (1.60) 17V4 20
Lanston Monotype (4). 50
Mergenthaler Linotype . 31 ;l j >.
Peoples Drug S pfd. (6.50) J12 ... .
Real Est MAG pfd. (.20) 2Vi .
Security Storage 'oi . . . 02 ....
ler. Ret A Wh. Corp. <31. . 38 .
Wdwd. A Loth. com. (1 20).. 30 31
Wdwd. A Lothrop pfd. (7). Ill .
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INVESTMENT TRUSTS
NEW YORK. February 5 </Pi.~New lork
Security Dealers' Association:
(Noon quotations )
. . . _ . Bid. asked
Admin Fund w.w. I3.7S . ..
Am Bankstocks.99 J.10
Am Business Shrs.87 (15
Bullock Fund . lo*, 12
Cumulative Tr 8h. 3 56
Corporate Trust . 1.84 .
Corporate Trust A A. 1.70 .
Corn Tr A A mod. 2.00 2 22
Corporate Trust Accum Ser 1.79 .
Corp Tr Accum Ser mod.. 2.09 2.22
Depos Bk Sh N Y "A".... 2.1# 2.40
Depos Ins Shrs "A”. 3.51 390
Diversified Tr C. 2.80 310
Dividend Shrs. 1.17 1 29
Five Year Fixed Tr. 3.32
Fixed Trust Sh A. 7.57
fixed Trust Sh B. 0.41 .. ..
und Investors Inc. 1.80 204
Fund Tr 8hrs A. 3’,
Fund Tr Shrs B . 3\
.'ncoro Investors . 10 41 1743
Inv Tr N Y Coll "A''. 4 1» .
Investors Fund of Am Inc .07 05
Mass Invest Tr. IS.'4 20 114
Mutual Invest.99 1 08
Nation Wide Sec vtc. 1.09 1 20
N Y Bk Tr Shrs. 2%« .
North Am Bond Tr Ctfs... 8S'/a OP*
Nor Am Tr Shares. 1.73 .
Nor Am Tr Sh 1955. 2.14 .
| Nor Am Tr Sh 1950. 2.12 .
! Nor Am Tr Sh 1958. 2.14 .
Plymouth Fund A.83 .9.3
Quarterly Inc Shrs. 1.19 1.31
flelected Am Sh. 2.20 .
Selected Am Sh Inc. 1.07 1 19
Selected Cumul Sh. 0.05 .
Selected Income Sh. 3.14 3.03
Soencer Trask Fund. 13.90 14 78
Stand Am Tr 8hrs. 2.55 2 80
Stand Util Inc. .37 .40
Queer of Am Tr A. 2.85 .
Super of Am Tr AA. 2.02 .
8urer of Am Tr B. 3.01 .
Super of Am Tr BB. 2.04 .
I Super of Am Tr C. 5.13 .
Super of Am Tr D. 6.14 .
Supervised Shrs . 1.10 1 °7
Trust Fund Shrs. .314 314
Trusteed Industry Shrs,... 1.05 l.lfl
Trusteed N Y Bk Shrs,... 1.30 1 45
Trusteed Am Bk "B”.91 1.01
MONTREAL SILVER.
MONTREAL February 5 ^.—Silver
futures opened steady. March. 54.03b;
May. 54.35b: July. 54.55b: September.
55.05b: October 55.35b December.
56.10b: January. 56.40b. b—Bid.
NEW YORK BAB SILVER.
NEW YORK. February 5 (if).—Bar
silver steady and unchanged at 53 T*.
EGG QUOTATIONS
AT STEADY LEVELS
Government-Graded White
Extras, Large, Ease.
Brown Extras Up.
Egg quotations were steady on the
Washington produce market today.
Nearby ungraded offerings ruled un
changed. Government-graded, white,
extras, large, declined Vi cent, while
brown, extras, large, advanced Vi cent.
The summary, with egg. live poul
try, fruit and vegetable prices fur
nished by the Department of Agricul
ture, follows:
BUTTER—One-pound prints (01 score),
40: tub. 30; 1-pound prints <w> score),
30; tub. .'18; l-pound prints (88 score).
38; tub. 37
MEATS—Beef. 12aH>: veal. 17al»;
lamb. 18*20; pork loins, fresh. I»a20:
frozen, 10al7; fresh hams. 20*21: smoked
hams. 21a23; strip bacon. 25a27; lard,
154ald; compound, 124*13y«.
LIVE STOCK—Hogs light. 7.25a7 75;
medium. 7.75a8.0(>: heavy. 7.50*8.00;
i pigs. U.oO»7 oo: roughs. 4.00*8.00; calves.
| 4.00aK.B0; lambs. 4.00*8.50.
EGGS—Market steady. Receipts mod
erate Prices on nearby ungraded eggs
unchanged. Government-graded white,
extra large. 4 cent lower and Govern
ment-graded brown, extra large, Va cent
higher.
Current receipts. 27a28; hennery
whites. 2Da3o Government graded and
dated white eggs: U. S extras, large. 33;
U. 8. extras, mediums. .314; U. 8 stand
ards large 32: Government graded and
dated brown eggs, U. S. extras, large,
30’/,.
LIVE POULTRY—Market about steady.
Prices unchanged Fowl: Colored all
sizes. 18a20; Leghorns. 12al4: roosters.
7a!>. Winter chickens: Mixed colors, all
sizes. lr.alK. Spring broilers: Plymouth
Rocks. 17a]0. Turkeys: Young toms and
hens 23a25: old hens. 18a2d; old toms.
17a If): capons 5-0 pounds, .2; 7-0
Pounds. 24a25; slips. 15a20.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Sales In large lots by original receivers
up to K,a.m today.
APFLES—No carlot arrivals: two broken
and one unbroken cars on track Bushels:
Supplies moderate: demand moderate, mar
ket steady Virginia. Staymans. U. 8.
No. 1, 24-inch minimum. 1.15*1.25;
24-inch minimum, 1.35*1.50; 23«-inch
minimum. 1.50*1.85, few 1.75: Yorks.
U. S No. 1. 24-lnch minimum. KOaito.
24-inch minimum, j.15*1.25; 24-inch
minimum. 1.35*1.40: Black Twigs. U 8.
No. 1. 24-inch minimum. Dual.mi; 24
inch minimum. 1.25al .35: 24-lnch mini
mum. 1.50a 1.75: Jonathans. U. 8. No. 1.
24-lnch minimum. Dual. 00: 24-lnch
minimum, 1.15a 1.25; Grimes, U. S No 1,
| 24-inch minimum. 00*1.00; 24-lnch
minimum. 1.15*1.25: 24-inch minimum.
1.35al 50: Golden Delicious. U S No 1.
- 4'iULU UUJMU1UIH. ^’2-lUCU IIUI 1
mum. 1..25al.5*>: 234-inch minimum. l:*;5a
1.7a: Winesaps. U. S No. 1, 2V«-inch
minimum. 1.25al.25: 2*«-inch minimum,
1.25a 1.50. 2a4-inch minimum. l.*>5al.75;
Bonums. U. S. No 1. 2-inch minimum,
ooa*>5; 214-inch minimum. 75a*5: 2*-a
mch minimum. 1.00ml. 15. Boxes, medium
to large sizes: Washington. Staymans. ex
tra fancv. 1.75a2.0o; Delicious, extra
fancy. 2.00*2.25: Spitzenburgs. extra
fancy. 1.75*2.00: Winesaps. extra fancv.
1.75; Virginia, combination extra lancy
and fancy Grimes. l.,25al.5o; Romes.
1..25&1.50; Jonathans. 1 .25al.50: Stay
mans. combination extra fancy and fancy.
1.05a 1.75; C grade. i.50al.05; Delicious,
comfcinatxn extra fancv and lancy, 1.00a
l.i*o; c grade. 1.5oal.05
CABBAGE—One California, two New
York arrived: two broken and nine un
broken cars on track New stock Supplies
light demand moderate market slightlv
stronger. Texas. lettuce crates domestic
round type. 1.75*1.On. Old stock: New
York, bo-pound sacks Danish type, Ooa
l.lo.
CELERY—One California arrived; two
broken and three unbroken cars on track
Supplies moderate demand light market
steady. California. crates, washed. .2-7
dozen. 3.5u: fair condition. :t.<*<*a.2.25;
Florida, lo-inch crates, washed, U-io
dozen, mostly around .2 50.
LETTUCE—One Arizona arrived: two
broken and seven unbroken cars on track
Western stock: Supplies moderate; demand
light; market steady. Arizona. Western
crates Iceoerg type. 5 dozen, some show
ing freezing injury, bes.. 3.50; poorer,
1.50a2.5<*. Southern stock; No supplies
on the market.
Onion Price* Steady.
ONIONS—One Michigan, one New York,
one Ohio arrived: two broken and four
unbroken cars on track Supplies moder
ate; demand light; market steady 50
pound sacks, yellows. U S. No 1. Michi
gan and Ohio 1.25: New \ork. l.,5,
fair condition. 1 l**al 15.
PEAS—One California arrived: two un
broken cars on track. Supplies light, de
mand light: market steady California,
bushel hampers Telephones. 2.75*3.00:
Florida bushel hampers, fair condition.
I.?5a2 •»(*.
POTATOES—One Maine arrived: four
broken and eleven unbroken cars on track.
Old stock: Supplies moderate; demand
light: market steady New York. 10**
pound sacks, round whites. U S No 1.
Hial.no; fair condition. 5o. Maine. 100
pound sacks. Green Mountains. U. S. No
1. 1.15*1.25. Idaho. 100-pound sacks.
Russet Burbanks U. S No 1. 2 0082 1**.
New stock Supplies moderate demand
light; market steady. Florida, bushel
crates. Bliss Triumphs. U S No. 1
2. *w»a2.1o
SPINACH — No carlot arrivals: one
broken and one unbroken cars on track.
Supplies hr ht. demand light market
steady Texas bushel baskets. 1 «5al 75.
few higher; fair condition. 1.50.
STRAWBERRIES—Supplies light: de
mand light market steady. Florida. .20
pint crates express and L C. L r celots.
15; truck receipts, best. 15; poorer. 10a
121 per pint.
SWEET POTATOES- No carlot arriv
i als: no cars on track. Truck receipts
, moderate supplies moderate; demand
light: market steady North Carolina,
bushel baskets. Puerto Ricans. 1 **<». few
1.25 Maryland Anne Arundel Couniy.
bushel hampers. Jersey type. U. S No 1.
1 25a 1 .25.
TOMATOES—No carlot arrivals: no
cars on track. Supplies lUht; demand
ilcht; market steady Cuba ]<»-DOund
baskets ripes. wrapped. 1.25*1.35.
CAULIFLOWER — No carlot arrivals;
two broken and two unbroken cars on
track Supplies moderate demand lieht:
market about steady. California, crates.
1.50a 1 . a
MIXED VEGETABLES One New York
arrived; one broken asd one unbroken
cars o.i track
GREFN BEANS--One Florida arrived:
uuuivittn utir uu iracs. supplies
moderate: demand light: market steady
Florida bushel hampers, green, fiat type
:t.(K>R.:.50.
LIMA BEANS—Supplies light: demand
light, market steady. Cuba, bushel
hamuers. 5.50*6 .no
EGGPLANT — Supplies liRht: demand
light: market steady. Cuba l'j-bushel
crates. 3.(Mla3.50.
Pepper Prices Improve.
PEPPERS—Supplies light: demand light;
market slightly stronger. Cuba. I>2-bushel
crates. Rreen. tl.OOaT.OO.
CUCUMBERS—Supplies light: demand
light: maraet steady. Cuba, bushel crates.
U- .s H°-••<.ooa.-I.5o: Florida, bushe
crates. U. S No 2. 2.O0a2.5(>.
OKRA——Supplies light: demand limited:
market steady. Cuba. 6-basket crates.
4.00.
SQUASH—Supplies light: demand slow:
market weak Florida, bushel hampers,
white, wrapped, best. 4.00; poorer, 2.5oa
ROMAINE—No supplies on the market
BROCCOLI—No carlot arrivals: one
broken car on track Supplies light: de
mand light: market steady. Crates; Cali
fornia. :t.ona.*J 25: Texas, best. 2.5oa3.00;
poorer. 2.00.
KALE—Supplies moderate: demand
slow; market weak. Virginia, bushel bas
kets. 4oa5o.
COLLARDS4 Supplies moierate: demand
light: market weik. Bushel baskets: Vir
ginia 30r5o: South Caro'ina. few sales 75.
RHUBARB—Supplies moderate: demand
light: ma-ke* steady. Michigan. 5-pound
carton* 56a 55
CARROTS—One California, one Texas
one New York arrived: three broken and
fhree unbroken cars on track. California.
Western lettuce crate*. 3.50: Texas, half
crate*. J.50a 1.85 fair condition. 125:
New York. 40-nound sack* topped. 75.
BEETS—Texas, via Baltimore, half
crpt— ° 05r2.*,5.
TURNIPS—Georgia crates. 2.00a? 25:
CP^ada 5()-pound sack*, rutabagas. 70
a7*
RADISHES—Texas, via Baltimore, half
cr?tp“. '"ir condition. 1.75.
SALcnPY—Nearbv sections, demand
slow 5° 7 "or bun~h
T ANDCRESS V-cinia. bushel baskets.
1
BRUSSELS F'~'’piTT& No carlot »r.
rivals; nne broken car on track. Cali
i oo***t °5
ORANGES—Two California, two Florida
arrived: tvo ears diverted: three broken
pud ni’** u*'brok'n cars 0” track Florid**,
box^s. No. 1. 2.50a3.25: No. 2. 2.00a2.75*
as to sire: truck receipts, bushel hampers,
packed Io-v'\y. l.OOal.SO. few higher.
GRAPEFRUIT—Two Florida arrived:
‘ three brokcn and three unbroken cars on
‘rack Florida, boxes No 1. 2.25a°.5(t.
few special marks higher; No. 2, 2.00a2.75.
as to size: truck receipts, sacks. 75*1.00
TANGERINES- -F’crlda 4-bushe' boxes,
wide range in condition, showing freezing
injur... host. 1.5na2.no; poorer, l.ooal 25
AVOCADOS—Boxes- CaI'fornia 1.75a
2 no- ar-'ser ioa er- Florid0, float 50.
LEMONS CaI'fornia. boxes. No. 1. 4.00a
4.25: No 2. 3.50*3.75 as to s'ze
ORAPFS Spain, kegs. 3.00*4 00: poorer
lower.
BANANAS—Four cars arrived: two
broken and two unbroken cars on track
PEARS—No carlot arrivals: two un
broken cars on track.
L. C. L. Express Arrivals.
Florida. 32 crates eggplant. 12 bushel
baskets parsley, 24 crates peppers. 52
bushel hampers green beans: Pennsylvania.
124 3-pound baskets mushrooms: Mary
land, H5 3-pound baskets mushrooms:
Cuba. 22 bushel baskets okra. 40 crates
peppers: Michigan. 15 55-pound cartons
rhubarb; mixed vegetables. 48 crates, un
known origin.
PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE.
PHILADELPHIA. February 5 UP) -Live
poultry- Fowls. Plymouth Rocks, fancy.
20: mixed colors. 18: white Leghorns,
fancy, 17; ordinary, 10.
Creased poultry unchanged.
SOCONY-VACUUM VOTES
DIVIDEND OF 15 CENTS
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 5—Sooony
Vacuum Oil Co. directors today de
clared a dividend of 15 cents on the
capital stock, or the same amount as
paid in previous quarters. It is pay
able March 15 to stock of record Feb
ruary 20.
In the future, the company stated,
dividends will be paid semi-annually,
so that directors may act “with bet
ter knowledge of the company’s finan
cial requirements and the trend of
earnings each year.”
The company’s profits in 1933 were
$22,545,462, equivalent to 71 cents a
share on the capital stock.
-•
CLOSING PROPOSAL
Tradition of Long Standing
at Stake in Preparation
for Gold Ruling.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 5.—A long
standing tradition is at stake in the
decision of officials of the Stock Ex
change to continue trading at the
time of announcement of the Supreme
Court's ruling in the gold-clause cases
Maintenance of a "free and open
market’’ at all times in which sellers
can find a buyer and bidders receive
an offering has been a prime principle
of the Nation’s leading security mar
ket for so long that Wall Street mem
ory runneth not to the contrary. In
three decades the rule has been ig
nored only twice because of national
or world crises.
| The first of these occasions was at
the outbreak of the World War in
1914, when dealings were suspended
for a period of six weeks. The sec
ond extended from March 4 to 14,
1923. inclusive, and covered the period
of the bank holiday in the United
States Even the latter suspension, it
was said in exchange quarters, was
due rather to the lack of banking
| facilities which made money settle
I ments impossible, than to inability to
i bring buyers and sellers together in an
oroerly market.
T* 4. 1»J i. «n...i.l —4 -
*u tt, I VUiVU Ui A A A A AA ilW iUl
that a sharp division of opinion ex
isted in brokerage, exchange, and
securities commission circles iegard
ing the advisibility ol maintaining an
open market when the court renders
in judgment, expected sometime in
the next week or two. It is noted that
a new factor now figures in the situa
tion, since the Securities <$c Exchange
Commission has the power to close
markets under its control, “in the pub
lic interest.”
Conferences are known to have been
held between exchange officials and
members of the Government regula
tory body, and it is assumed that the
former were able to give assurance
that satisfactory measures would be
adopted for the limiting of price
swings to reasonsble proportions, and
that closing would not be necessary.
Chicago Closing Due.
CHICAGO. February 5 (/P>.—Execu
tives of the leading Chicago securities
and commodity exchanges yesterday
were empowered to suspend business
on the exchanges temporarily in the
event the Supreme Court announces
its gold clause decision during trad
ing hours.
The action, taken by directors of the
Board of Trade and the Mercantile
Exchange and by the governors of the
Chicago Stock Exchange, was consid
ered a move to give the executives of
these exchanges authority to stop
trading at their own discretion.
Suspensions Not Planned.
WINNIPEG, February 5 (JP).—'The
council of the Winnipeg Grain Ex
change is not considering suspending
trading when the United States Su
preme Court issues its decision on the
gold clause” litigation.
-• -
ASSOCIATED OUTPUT RISES.
NEW YORK. February 5 (Special).
—For the week ended January 26, As
sociated Gas & Electric System re
ports net electric output of 56.161.557
i units (kilowatt hours>, an increase of
17.2 per cent over the same week a
year ago. This is the largest per cent
increase over a comparable period re
ported since May 12. 1934. Net out
i put for the four weeks to date showed
an Increase of 5.1 per cent.
TAXES ARE CITED
AS MARKET FACTOR
Doubt of Industry’s Ability
to Carry Huge Load Be
comes Influence.
BY GEORGE T. HUGHES.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
NEW YORK. February 8.—There
are plenty of other deterrent* to in
vestment commitments in s^euritie*
aside from the uncertainty with re
gard to the impending decision in the
gold clause cases
Among these, and perhaps most
fundamental of all. is the doubt about
the ability of industry to carry the
tax burden incident to the Govern
I ment's huge expenditures for relief
and for social security and at the same
time have anything left over in the
way of profits.
Earning statements already reveal a
decreasing percentage of net to gross,
which is suggestive to say the least,
and as the administration's plans de
velop the nrospective charge on busi
ness becomes steadily larger.
For a long time stock prices were
\ supported oy expectation of currency
inflation. There are still those who
look for such inflation, but their num
ber is not as large as it was and in
any event, there is less faith in the
protection provided by ownership of
an equity :n any manufacturing or
distributive business Only the excep
i tional enterprise could survive infla
tion anyway—the best situated being,
of course, the original producers of
durable commodities
As a market factor, taxation now
looms larger than inflation, including
with taxation higher labor costs. Take,
for instance, the plan of Senator
; Wheeler to tax corporation assets with
the intent to “eliminate monopolies
and holding companies." The chances
I are that this particular scheme will
| never get anywhere, but its advocacy
j Is not calculated to encourage invest
ment in stocks of the largest corpora
tions to which the average Investor
always gives the preference in times
of depression.
I cwvjva me Lciumuy lxxul xzuni new on
legitimate and absolutely necessary
taxation must absorb a larger and
larger proportion of earnings and the
reluctance to invest new money be
comes understandable.
(Copyright 1935 by the North American
Newspaper Alliance. Inc >
SEASONAL ITEMS LEAD.
NEW YORK, February 5 c/P).—
Seasonal hardware items rivaled
Spring merchandise in sales volume
last week, according to trade reports.
Builders’ Hardware for later delivery
also sold well.
HOMEWARES MORE ACTIVE.
NEW YORK. February 5 (JP).—Jan
uary sales volume on all types of small
homewares was said to be 10 to 15
per cent greater than the correspond
j£g_month last year, _
De;ks We Steel riles
Tables Sell Steel Cabinets
Chairs Buy Adding Machines
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