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Many Junior Rails Gain
U. S. Government Issues
Suffer Losses.
Bond Averages
20 10 10 10
Rails Indus Util Pur o
Net change. Unc. Unc. +.1 TJnc.
Today, noon. 91.1 103.4 101.9 71.1
Prev. day... 91.1 103.4101.8 71.1
Month ago. 86.0 101.8 99.6 69.1
Year ago... 86.5 95.5 88.0 69.1
1935-36 high 91.3 103.7 101.9 71.4
1935-36 low 76.4 92.2 84.5 65.5
1934 high- 89.4 92.9 889 70.0
1934 low. 74.5 73.7 68.2 60.2
1932 low. 45.8 40.0 64.6 42.2
1928 high...101.1 98.9102.9 100.5
16 Low-Yield Bonds.
Noon_110.9 Prev. day. 111.0
Prev. day. 111.0 Year ago. 109.0
•35-6 high 111.0 '35-6 low. 107.9
1934 high 108.3 1934 low 99.1
1928 high. 104.4 1932 low 86.8
(Oomnlled ■>? tne associated Press. •
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, January 27.—The cor
porate bond market displayed a gen
erally steady tone today, but obliga
tions of the U. S. Government wen
on the offside.
A large number of low-priced rai
loans advanced small fractions tc
around a point, including Santa Fe 4s
North Western 434s, Missouri Pacific
5s and Southern Railway 4s. Other!
improving including Chile Copper 5:
and Consolidated Gas 5Us.
Government bonds were offeree
rather freely at declines ranging from
3-32 in Treasury 3Us to 11-32 ir
Federal Farm Mortgage 3s.
Foreign bonds were mixed.
INSURANCE STOCKS
NEW YORK. January 27 OPi.—New York
Security Dealers' Association:
Bid. Asked
Aetna Cas (2'-r)_in'. Ill
Aetna Ins (1.00)_ OS's 71'.;
Aetna Life (.80a)- Mo M7
Agricultural tM> __ 90 95
Aro Ins Newark i‘i)_ lii's is
Am R’insur t.M)_ 72 74
Am Surety <2) _ 50 58
Automobile H.2'ial _ 42'3 44';
Balt Amer <'«a)_ !*'a 11
Boston (2lai_7(17 118
Carolina i.tic'g)_ Ml'i MM1;
City olNY (1.20)_ Ml '2 MM':
Conn Gen Life (.8(0_ 453, 4",3;
Fid & Dep (2)_ 95 97
Firemen's Nwk _ 14', 153.
Frank Fire (1.05a)_ M4V« M(i'<
G m Alliance (.00)_ ]9 20'
Glen Falls il.OO)_ 44'3 40'
Globe & Rep__ lu3, Is3
Globe & Rut _ 49‘a 5M'
Great Amer (1.20)_ Ml', M2'
Halifax (.90)_ 21'2 2M
Hanover (1 00)_ 4u3, 423.
Hartford Fire (2)_ 89 92
Home Fire Sec_ o3,
Home Ins (1.05a)_ MS3,, 4n3,
Homestead (1) _ 29 mu"
Lincoln Fire_ o'a 8
Mass Bond_ 52‘2 55
Natl Fire i2>_ 80 SO
Natl Liberty (.mob)_ io<j 12
N Y Fire ( 60)_ 213, 243.
Nor River ( 85a)_ 29 iid'j
Phoenix (2'2a) _ 104 108
Prov Wash (l1,a)_ 4M3, 453.
St Paul Fire 101_ 209 218
Springfield (43,a)_144'3 147"
Sur. Life _ 470 500
Travelers (10) -0M4 044
JJ S Fire (1.70a)_ 58',, on',
Westchester (1.10a)__ 40 42
a—Including extras.
g—Declared or paid so far this year.
FEDERAL LAND BANKS
NEW YORK. January 27 (.(Pi.—-Federa
Land Bank bends:
(Quotations as of 2 o'clock.)
4‘aS May. 1042-32_ lol', 1013
4'»s Nov.. 1958-38_1oo>.a 107
4'/«s May. 1957-M7_ I114 I043i
4‘,s Jan.. 1957-M7_Him3. 104
4',s July. 1950-.il>_ lol3, l(i2
4s May. 1 958-mS_ 105 io5"
4s Nov.. 1957-37_ 104', ]o4"
4s July 1940-44_ lol3, lo.s '
3',6 May. 1955-45_lol lol3,
3s July 1955-45_ 98", .'IS3,
S5 July. 1950-40_ 98", 983i
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
CHICAGO. January 27 t.P).—Poultry
live, six trucks, steady; hens. 5 pounds
and less. 23; more than 5 pounds. 23;
Leghorn hens. 18; Plymouth and Whitt
Rock Springs. 25; colored. 24: Plymouth
Rock broilers. 27: white Rocks. 25; col
ored. 25: Leghorn chickens. 18; roosters
1<: hen turkeys. 23; young toms. 20; old
18: No. 2 turkeys 18; heavy white and
colored ducks, 22; small white ducks. 18;
small colored. 17; geese. 17; capons. 7
pounds up 26: less than 7 pounds. 24
Dressed turkeys steady: young hens. 27;
old. 25; young toms. 27; old 23; No. 2
turkeys 21.
, Butter. 8,299; firm. Creamery, special!
(93 score). 35a35‘,2; extras (92), 34*2;
extra firsts (90-91). 34a;i4>«: firsts (88
89) 33833*2: seconds (80-87) 32: stand
ards (90 centralized carlots). 34. Eggs,
6.329; firm Extra firsts, cars, 27; local,
-6*2; fresn-graded firsts, cars. 26; local,
current receipts. 25; refrigerator
•tandards. 22^4: firsts. 22V2.
_ Po'-afoes. 73; on track. 231; total
United States shipments Saturday, 688;
Sunday. o5; steady; supplies moderate;
trading slow account of weather; sacked,
per hundredweight. Idaho russet Burbanks.
U. 8. No. 1. 1.7 5al .90; U S. No. 2. 1.45a
1.56; Wisconsin round whites. U. S. No.
1. 1.12*,2al.20; Colorado McClures. U. S.
No. 1. 1.40al.50: Nebraska Bliss Triumphs.
U. 8. No. 1. mostly 1.35; few 1.45.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO, January 27 f/P).—(United
States Department of Agriculture).—Hoas,
28,000. including 12.000 direct: strong to
lo higher than Saturdays average: top.
10.25; some held higher: bulk. 170-200
pounds. 10.00-20; 270-350 pounds. 8.85
10.15; better grade. 140-100 pounds. 8.75
10.15; most sows. 8.00-40.
Cattle—14.000; calves, 1.000: steers,
Unevenly steady to 25 lower, mostly weak
to 25 off. with very little done as buyers
attempt to force prices back to last Mon
day's level; medium grades predominating:
bulk of Quality to sell at lo.oo down: best
airly. 11.50; both local and outside de
mand sluggish in sympathy with slow
dressed beef market: heifers unevenly
steady to 25 lower; mostly steady early
at 8.00 down to 0.50: cows scarce, fully
steady; bulls 25 higher and vealers strong
Sheep—20.000; iat lambs opening slow;
indications around 25 lower; early bids.
10.00 down on lambs now held. 10.25-35
and above; sheep in increased number,
undertone weak: feeding lambs scarce;
indications steady to weak.
FOREIGN MARKETS.
By the Associated Press.
LONDON—Trading was quiet and prices
advanced on the Stock Exchange today
Most business was done in gilt-edged secur
ities heme rails, transatlantic, and indus
trial Issues, all of which advanced. Gold
mining and oil shares moved irregularly.
The market closed firm.
PARIS—Indications that Premier Sar
raut would maintain ex-Premier Laval's
financial policies caused French issues tc
advance on the Bourse today. Interna
tional Issues moved irregularly. The mar
ket closed firm. This market will be closed
Tuesday in observance of King George's
funeral.
BERLIN—Greater activity was registered
throughout today's session on the Boer. c
which developed an upward trend after
•teel works advanced a few points. The
Closing was sustained.
FOREIGN EXCHANGES.
NEW YORK. January 27 (/Pi.—Foreign
exchange Irregular: Great Britain In dol
lars. others In cents: Great Britain, de
mand. 6 00 V cables. 5.00V 60-day bills,
4.99Vi; France, demand. 6.67*4: cables.
6.67*4: Italy demand. 8.03; cables. 8.03.
Demands—Belgium. 17.08: Germany,
free. 40.70: reg. tourist. 24".25: reg. com
meelals. 22.10: Holland. 68.70: Norway.
25.15: Sweden 25.81: Denmark. 22.35:
Finland. 2.22: Switzerland. 32.00: Spain.
13.84: Portugal 4.55V Greece. .95: Po
land. 19.11: Czechoslovakia. 4.20: Yugo
slavia. 2.33: Austria. 19.02n: Hungary.
29 86n: Rumania. .80; Argentina. 33.35n;
Slrazil. 8.59n: Tokio. 29.27: Shanghai.
0.12V Hongkong. 33.00: Mexico Citf.
27.85: Montreal in New York. 100.43*,<:
New York in Montreal. 99.60V4.
a—Nominal.
MONET MARKET.
NEW YORK. January 27 i/Pi.—Call
money steady: 44 per cent all day: prime
commercial paper. *,« per cent: timr loans
steady: 60 days-6 months, l per cent
offered: bankers' acceptances unchanged:
30 days. A-V oo-oo days. A-V 4
months. Vi-A: 5-6 months. *w-A: redis
count rate New York Reserve Bank, lVa
per cent.
FREIGHT LOADINGS.

NEW YORK. January 27 (/Pi.—Revenue
freight carloadlngs on railroads reporting
today for week ended January 25 included:
Baltimore 4 OhSS&V8 tfb# »
BONDS ON N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
Bj private wire direct to The Star.
1 TREASURY.
High. Low. 2:65.
| 2%S 1946-47_1011 101 101
266SI966 60_ 1005 1001 1001
38 1946-46 _ 1033 103 103
3s 1951-66 _ 10224 10224 10224
3168 1946-49_ 103 29 103 29 10329
3168 1949-62_ 103 20 103 20 103 20
31681941 _1085 1085 108 6
3168 1944-46 105 17 105 17 105 17
366* 1941-43 Msr 1089 1085 1085
3668 1940-43 June 107 22 107 22 107 22
3668 1943-47 .... 10S26 10626 10626
364* 1946 56 .... 109 109 109
4* 1944-54 111 3 111 3 1113
414S-316S 1943-46 105 20 105 26 105 2e
4>4* 1947-62 1153 1153 1153
FEDERAL FARM MORTGAGE.
s* 1947 _ 101 25 10125 10125
3* 1949 _1011 101 101
314a 1964 _ 10227 10227 10227
HOME OWNERS LOAN
2,4s 1942-44_ 9919 99 17 9917
2648 1939-49_ 99 24 9920 9922
3s 1963_ 100 25 10018 100 20
FOREIGN BONDS
High. LOW. 3:55.
Abltlbl PaAPw 6s ’63 43V* 4264 43V*
Agr Meg Bk Col 6s
’47Febrcouoa ... 21 21 21
Alpine Mont S 7s'E5-. 93 93 93
Anttoaula 7* 45A.__ 914 9T4 914
Antloquta 7* "46 B ... 914 916 914
An'toouia 3d 7s 67... 10 10 10
Antwerp 6s'63 __ 98*4 98’i 986*
Argentine 6 MiS 62— 9564 95Vi 951a
Argentine fis '57 A_ 98 98 98
Argentine 6s '68 B .. OT*. 97*« 97*4
._.*_**_ ri. I.... net out/. Ufl.l.,
Argentine 6a 60 May 98% 98% 98%
Argentine 6s 60 Sept 98% 98% 98%
Argentine 6s 61 Fehr 98% 98% 98%
Argentine 6s 61 May 98% 98% 98%
Australia 4 %a 56 .. 99% 99% 99%
Australia 5s 5b _ 105% 105% 105%
Australia 6s 57 105 105 105
HavarlaS 6 %s 45_ .32 32 32
Belgium 6%s 49_ 108 108 108
Belgium 7a 65 _117% 117% 117%
Bergen Citv 6s 60_ 100% 100% 100%
Berlin Elec 6s ’55 28% 28% 28%
Berlin El Ry 6%s ’56 32% 32% 32%
! Bogota 8s 45 __ 19% 19la 19%
bol’vla 7s 6*_ 9 9 9
Bolivia Is 69__ 8% 8% 8%
Bolivia 8s 47 _ 13% 13% 13%
brazil 6 %s 26-’57_ 29% 29 29%
Brazil 6%s-27-’67_ 39 28% 29
Braz l Is <1 __ 35 35 35
Brisbane 6s 68_ 96% 96% 96%
Brisbane 6s 50_ 102 102 102
Buenos A 6s 61 at Pv 59% 59% 59%
BuenosA6%s'61stPv. 60% 60% 60%
Bulgaria 7s '87
July coupon oft__ 15% 15% 15%
Bulgaria 7%s 68
Mav coupon off.... 15% 15% 15%
Calrias 7%s 46 _ 12% 12% 12%
Canada 2%s'45_ 97% 97% 97%
Canada 4s 6» _107% 107% 107%
Canada 6s'62 _113% 113% 113%
Carlsbad 8s '54 _ 45 45 45
Cauca Valiev 7 %s'46 11 11 11
Chile 6s 60 _ 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 61 Jan _ 14% 14% 14%
Chile61 Fehr_ 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 61 SeDt_ 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 62 _ 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 63 _ 14% 14% 11%
Chile 7s 42 ... 15% 15% 15%
Chile Mtg Bk 6s 62-. 12% 12% 12%
Chile Mtg Bk 6s 61 13 13 13
| Chile Mtg Bk 6%s\57 12% 12% 12%
i Chile Mtg Bk 6%s 61 13% 13% 13%
Colombia 6a 61 Jan 24% 24V* 24%
Colombl 6s 81 Oct 24% 24% 24%
Copenhagen 4 >^s 53 89% 89% 89%
Copenhagen 6a '62 - 95 95 95
Copenhagen T bs'54. 96% 96% 96%
Cordoba 7e 67 Btpd — 55% 55% 55%
Costs Rtca 7S 61 A
Msv coupon on—_ 294 29H 294
Coba«4s 49 _ 94 94 94
Cuna 5s 04- 44_ 100 100 100
Cuba 6 4s 46_.... 494 454 494
Cuba 6 4s ‘63 _ 100 100 100
Denmark 44s 62_ 944 944 944
Denmark 64s 55_1014 1014 1014
Denmark 6a 42 -- 1054 1054 1054
Dominic 1st 54s 40 654 65 65
Domlnlo 1st 6 4s 42 69 69 69
Finland 6s 4o 108 108 108
Finland a 4» 66 1024 1024 1024
Ger C Bk A 6s 6(1 Oct 334 334 334
, Ger C Bk A 7s 50 354 354 354
i Ger Gen bl 6s 48 31 31 31
1 Ger Gov 6 4s 6b stpd 284 284 284
Ger Prov ft City Bk
con Ag 64s 68 41 41 41
Ger Rep 7s 49 stpd . 39 39 39
i Ger Rep 7s '49 un st. 324 324 32r’i
Grt Br ft Ir 6 4s '37 . 1074 1074 1074
Grt C El Jap 64s 50. 89 89 89
Grt C El Jap 7a 44... 954 954 954
Haiti 6a 62 _ 944 944 944
Hamburg St 6a 46__ 264 264 264
Italy 7a '61 __ 654 65 65
Ital P U Crd 7s '52,_ 54 54 54
Japan 64s 64 — 99 984 984
Jugos Mtg Bk 7a ’67
unmat coupon __ 274 27 27
Kreu&Toll 6a’59A cfs 334 334 334
Lombard El 7s 62 474 474 474
Low Aus H E 64s’44 96 96 96
Medellin 64s 64 10 10 10
Merid Elec 7s 67 A . 50 50 50
Met Water 54s 50._ 1004 1004 1004
Mez 4s'64 asst _ 54 54 54
Mez st 6s 45 asst ... 10H 104 104
Milan 6 4s 52 . 55 55 55
Alinas Hers A %s 68
Sept coupon off 18% 18% 18%
Minas Gers6%s 69
Sent coupon off .. 18% 18% 18%
Montevideo 7a 62 .. 51% 51% 51%
New So Wales be'67 . 101% 101% 101%
New So Wales As '68. 101% 101% 101%
Nord Ky 6%s 60_ 147% 147% 147%
Norway «s 43__ 106% 106% 106%
Norway 6s '63 _103% 103% 103%
Norway 6%s '66_ 103 103 103
Norway 6s 62 . . 102 102 102
Nor Ger Lloyd 6s *47. 89% 89% 89%
Nuremberg 6s '52 .. 26% 26% 26%
Oriental Dev 6%s 68 81% 81% 81%
Oriental Dev 6s 63 85% 85% 86%
Panama 6s'63 etp asd 69 69 69
ParisOrl Ky 6%s 68 142 141% 142
Queensland 7s 41_111 111 111
Peru 6s 60- 15% 15% 15%
Peru 6s 61_ 15% 15% 15%
Peru 7s A9 _ 17% 17% 17%
Poland 6s 40_ 78 78 78
Poland 8s 60 .. 94 93% 93%
Prague Gtr7%s'52 . 100 100 100
Prussia 6s 62 . 27% 27% 27%
Rhine W El P 6s 63 . 33 33 33
Rhine W El P 6s 55.. 32% 32% 32%
Khinelbe Un 7s 46... 33 33 33
Rlode Jan «%s 68
Aug coupon off- 19% 19% 19%
Rio de Jan 8s '46
April coupon off 21 21 21
Rio Gr do Sul 6s 68
June coupon off .. 17% 17% 17%
Rio Gr do Sul 7s '66
Mas AniiMtn nff IQ IQ IQ
Rome 6 bs '62 _ 58% 58% 58%
Rotterdam 6s '64_ 114% 114% 114%
Santa F Arg rsbSstp 57b 57b 67b
Sao Paulo C 6%a 'ST
May coupon off .. 18b 18b 18b
Sao Paulo O 8s '62
couoon off _ 19% 19% 19%
Sao Paulo St 7s 40 89 88% 89
Saxon Pb W It 46 32b 32b 32b
Shin au Bl P 6%a'62 87b 87b 87b
Silesia Prov 7b 58 70% 70b 70b
Taiwan Elec 6Ha 71 82b 82b 82b
1 oklo 6ba 61 81b 81 81
Toklo El l.t 6a '68 85b 85 85b
Tyrol Hv El 7%s'65. 87 87 87
Uruguay 6s 60 _ 46 46 46
Uruguay 6a 64_ 45% 45% 45%
Warsaw 7a 68 70b 70b 70b*
Westphal Bl P 6a '62 32% 32% 32%
Wuerttemberg 7s '66. 30 30 30
Yokohama 6a '61 86 86 86
DOMESTIC BONDS.
Adame Exp 4a'47 ... 99% 99% 99%
Alb Per W P Ss '48 . 69 65 67
Alb Per W P 6s'48ww 64 64 64
Alleg Corp 5s 44 94 93% 94
Alice Corps* 49 . 88 8716 88
Alice Coro 6c 60 atp 38*4 384« 38*4
Alice Vallcir 4a 42 10914 10914 10914
All’ed Stores 4%a 60 10014 10014 10014
Allis ('halm 4s 46 123 122 123
Am A For Pw 6s 2030 7816 7814 7814
Am loses as'63 79 79 79
Am I OCh 614* '49 11414 114 114
Am Inti 616* 40 10414 10416 1041*
Am Roll Mill 414* 49 125 124 124
Am T A T 4 !%s 39 118 118 118
Am 1 A I cl tr 6a 46 10816 10814 10814
AmTA T deb 6s 60 112*4 112% 112%
Am T A T den 6* 66 11316 112% 11316
Am T A T BWs 41 1134 11344 11316
Am Tvpo 6 6s 40 Cfs 9816 9714 9816
Am Wat Wk*6s 44 113 11216 11244
Am Wat Wks 6s 76 10544 10516 10514
Am Writ Pap «S 47 43*4 434« 43%
Anaconda db 414* '00 10214 102% 10216
AneloCh Nltr 7s 46 29 2814 29
Ark AM BAT 6s 64. 97% 9714 97%
Armour A Co 4 Vk* 19 10444 1044k 1044k
High. Low. 8:86
Arin'TtDelllst 4s '66 97% 97% 97%
A T&S Fe 4s 06-'66„ 106% 106% 106%
A T&S Fe gn 4s '96 111% 111% 111%
A T&S Fe gn 4s ’96 rg 108% 108% 108%
A T&S Fe 4 %s 41 111 111 HI
A T&S FeCA 4%S’68 112% 112% 112%
Atlanta * Blr 4s 33 20% 20 20%
Atl Coast L. 1st 4s 68 97% 97 97%
Atl Coast L. Clt 4s'68. 83% 83% 83%
Atl CLOD 4%s 64 . 83% 83% 83%
Atl Coast L clt 6s '46. 97% 97% 97%
Atlantlc&D 1st 4S '48 48% 48% 48%
Atlanttc&D 2d 4S'48 41% 41% 41%
Auburn Auto 4%s’39. 101 101 101
Atl O & W I 6s '69 .. 63 63 63
Atl Keflndeb6a'37„. 106 106 106
B* O 1st 48 48 _ 105 104% 105
b&0 4%8«0 _ 69% 69% 69%
B & O 1st 6s 48_ 109 108% 108%
B & O ref 6s 96 A_ 83% 83 83%
B & O 6s 96 F _ 82% 82% 82%
B * O ref 6s 2000 D82% 82 82%
B & O ref 6s 95 C 93% 93 93%
B&O PLE&W V 4s’41 102% 102% 102%
B * O Swn 6s 60 .. 102% 102% 102%
B&0 To'edo 4s'69._ 91 91 91
RnnlrAArnns 4n 61 107 107 107
Bang&Aroos cv 4s’61 111% 111% 111%
Bat Crk ft St 8s 89 .. 72% 72% 72%
Bell T of Pa 6s 48 B 120% 120% 120%
Beth Steel 4%a 60 at 105% 105% 105%
Bos & Me 4%s '61 J __ 83% 83% 83%
Bos ft Me 6s 65_ 88 88 88
Bor ft Me 6s 67_ 88 87 87
Bos N Y A L 4s '65_ 26% 26% 26%
BotCon M 6%s'34... 22 22 22
BotCon M 6%s‘34ct 21 21 21
Bklyn Edls&s 49 A.. 107% 107% 107%
Bklyn Bdls 6s '62 B.. 106% 106% 106%
Bklvn M T 6s 49 A- 105% 105% 105%
Bklvn M T 6s 68 A . 106% 106% 106%
Bklyn Queens C ft S
con 6s 41 stpd .... 77 77 77
Bklyn Un Gas os'45. 120% 120% 120%
Bklvn Un Gas 6s'60 105% 105% 105%
Buft K*P ron 4 %s'67 76% 76 76%
Buff [{ft P 5s '37 104% 104% 104%
B C n ft N 5s 34 ctfs 25% 25 25%
Bush l erm cn 6s 66 58 57 57%
Bush 1 Bldg 6s 60 63% 62% 63%
Calif Packing 6s 40 104% 104% 104%
t'amsg S Is 42 ctfs 13 12% 13
Candian Nt K4%s61 113% 113% 113%
Can'dlan Nt K4%s66 113% 113% 113%
Can dian Nt H4%s'67 111% 111', 111%
Can dian N 5s'69Jiily 116% 116% 116%
Can'dlan Nt 6s 6»(>ct 118 118 118
Can dian Nt It 5s'70 117% 117% 117%
Can Nor db 6'is 46 rg 125 125 125
an dian i c 4b4sperp 89% 89% 89%
Can dian Pc &s'44 cfs 114 114 114
Can'd an Pc 6s 64 107% 107% 107%
.Carth & Ad 4s 81 gtd 82% 82% 82%
Cent " Ga 6a 69 C 18 18 18
Cent of Ga con 6s '46. 32 32 32
Cent 111 BAG 5s 61. 102% 102 102%
Cent N Eng 4s 61_ 68% 67% 68%
Cert of N J 4S'87 .. 88% 88% 88%
Cent of N J gen 6s*87 103% 103% 103%
Cent Pao 1st rf 4s '49 105 105 105
Can'dlan Pc 4%e 60 102% 102% 102%
Cent Pac 5s 60 96% 96% 96%
Cent PTh Sh L 4s '54 104 104 104
Cert'd deb 6 %s 48 99 98% 99
Chesap C cv cl 6s 44. 116 116 116
Chesap Corp 6s'47_126% 126 126
P V. f I 4 Un 1 •>!»
C& O 4 Ws 93 A _112% 112 112
C*(>4Ws 95 B — 112% 112% 112%
C&O R&A 2d 4s '89_108% 108% 108’ .
Ch. & All ret 3s 49 49% 49% 49%
Cht B & g een 4s 58 109% 109% 109%
Chi B&g I dtv 4s '49 . 109% 10! % 109%
Chi B & g 4 We 77.— 108% 108 108
Chi & IS III 5s 61 _ 19 18% 19
ChiGL&C5s 37_105% 105% 105%
Cht Gri VV 4s 69 _ 29% 29% 29%
ghi Ind & L 4s'47 ... 41% 41% 41%
Chi 1 & L een 6s 66._ 19% 18% 19%
Chi I * L een 6e 66 - 19 18% 19
Chi ' ft L ref 6s 47... 41% 40% 40%
Chi Ind & So 4s 66 —. 97% 97% 97%
CM&StP «s 89 ... 53% 52% 53%
CM&StP en 4W 89 C. 58 57% 58
CM&StP 4 Ws 89 E 57% 57% 57%
CM&StP 6s 76 22% 22% 22%
CM&StPAP ed15s2000 9 9 9
Chi ft NW en 3 Ws'87 44 44 44
Chi ft NW 4We 2037 24% 24% 24%
Chi ft NW 4 Ws2037C. 23% 23% 23%
Ch* & NW 4%s 49 .. 16 15% 16
Chi ft NW en ts '87 . 53% 53V* 63%
Chi & NW rf 6s 2037 26% 26 26%:
C&NW Nr W 6 Ws 36 56 56 56
Cht R l&P rf 48 34 17% 17% 17%
Ch1 K l&P en 4s 88 . 40% 40 40
Chi R l&P 4 Ws 62 18% 17% 18%
Chi R l*P 4 W* 60 ' 10% 10 % 10 %
Chi S> U&N Me 4s 51 88 88 88
CM&StP en 3 Ws 89B 49 49 49
Chi T H*.' 1st hs 60 87% 87% 87%
Chi Un Sta 4s 63 .. 109 109 109
Chi Ur. Sta 6s 63 B . 107% 107% 107%
Chi & W I con 4s 52. 102% 102%. 102%
Chi & W I 6We 62... 107% 107% 107%
Chun* & Co 6s 43 ... 85% 85% 85%
Chile cop deb 5s 47 102V* 102% 102%
CCC&StLStU dv4s'90 98 98 98
CCC&StL een 4s 93 100 100 100
CCC&StL rf 4%s'77E 90% 89% 90%
CCCAStL. rf 6s 63 D 96% 96 96%
Cin Un Ter 4%s 2020. 110 110 110
Cin Un Ter 6s 57 C 112% 112% 112%
Clev Cliffs Ir 4%S'60- 104 103% 103%
Clev El lllu 3%s ’65 . 108% 108% 108%
Clev Short L*%s 61 108% 107% 108%
Clev Un Ter 4%s '7’. 97% 97 97
Clev Un Ter 6s 73 R 103% 103% 103%
Clev Un Ter 5 %a'72A 106% 106% 106%
Colo Ind cl tr 6s 3( . 54 54 54
Colo A So «%s SO 69% 69% 69%
Columbia G A E ^eb
6s 52 April . 101% 101% 101%
Col umhia G A E
6s 52 May 101% 101% 101%
Columbia G&E 6s'61 10(1% 100% 100%
Cornel Inv T 5%a 49 111% 111% 111%
Conn R&L 4 % s’51 str 107% 107% 107%
Con Coat Md 6s'5U cfs 34 33% 34
Cor Coal Md rf 5s 60 34 34 34
Con teas Chi 5s '36 . 102% 102% 102%
Con GasN y 4%s 61 108% 108% 10*%
Con G N y db 6%s'46 105% 105% 105%
Container deb 6s'43 102 101% 102
Conrainsr 6s 46 104% 104% 104%
Crown CAS 4s '*0... 105% 105% 105%
Crown Will P 6s 61„ 106 106 106
Cuba R H 1st 6s'62 59% 59 59%
Cuba Nor HR 6%s'42 62 61% 62
Del A Hud ref 4a 43.. 81V* 81% 81%
Del A Hud 6%* 87_ 99% 99% 99%
Del P & L 4 %s '71_106% 106% 106%
Den G'A E 5s '61 107% 107% 107%
Den G & E 5s '61 St... 107% 107% 107%
Men A RG 4%s 86 .. 33% 33% 33%
Den & R G W 6s 65 . 16% 16% 16%
Mei.AHGW 6s’55asst 15% 15% 15%
Detroit Edls 4s 65 F 109 109 109
Met Edison 5s 52 108% 108% 108%
Met Edison 6s 62 109% 109% 109%
Met Klv Tun 4%s'61 113 113 113
Mul S S A At 5s 37 70 70 70
East Cuba S 7 %s 87 18% 18% 18%
Erie 4s 96 _ 101% 101% 101%
Erie gen 4s 96_ 83% 83% 83%
Erie cv 4s 63 A__85% 85V* 85%
Erie cv 4s’53 B._„_85% 85 85%
Erie ref 6s «7_ 77% 77% 77%
Erls ref 6s 76_ 77% 77 77%
Fed Lt A Tr 6s 42_102% 102% 102%
Fla E C Hv 5s ’74 . 10% 9% 10%
Fla E C Ry 5s ’74 cf*. 9% 9% 9%
Fonda JAR
2s-4s ’82 ctfs_ 4 4 4
Fran Sub 7 %s 42- 52 50% 52
Galv HAH 6%8 '32— 85 85 85
Gen fable 6%s 47 — 104% 104% 104%
Gen steel C5%s 49 . 93 92% 93
Gen Th Eo 6s 40 cfa 23% 23% 23%
Gen Thea Eo 6s 40 . 24 23% 24
Goodrich 6s 46 . 104% 104'a 104'%
Oondv’r TAR bs ’67 105% 105% 105%
GothBm Silk H 6s 36 100 100 100
Gould Coup 6s 40 70 70 7(1
Or Tr k ot Can Bs 36 103 103 103
Gt N K ref 4 V*s 61 A 108% 108% 108%
Gt N H gen 4%s 76 D 100% 100% 100%
\rI n Kf ii ■* 'ft a i i u iwu /x
Gt N R Ren 6s 73C 1054 1054 1054
GtN R 5 V>s 62 B . 110 110 110
Gt N K Ren 7s 36 A 1024 1024 1024
Gulf M A N 6« 60 . 894 89 894
Gulf Sta Stl 6 4a 42 1034 103 103
Har Ry-P C 1st 4*64 97 964 97
Hoo Val 44s'99 ..118 118 118
HoetR)ACo64s*84. 59 584 59
H’saionto con 6s ’*7_ 88 88 88
Houston 011 64s 40. 1024 1024 1024
Hudson Coal 6s '6* .. 404 40 40
Hud A Man Inc 6s '67. 374 374 37%
Hud A Man raf 6s'67. 86 854 86
III Bell Tsl 34s 70 .. 105 1044 105
111 Cent coll tr4s'62. 834 834 834
III Cent coll tr 4s 68. 764 754 764
III Cent ref 4s 66_ 864 864 864
III Cent 44s 66 _ 694 694 694
III Cent ref 6s 66- 98 97 98
III Cent 64s 86 1024 1024 1024
ICCAStL NO 4 4s 68 754 754 754
IO AStL NO 6s 63 804 804 804
inland Stl 44s 7* A 103 1024 1024
Inland Stl 4 4s 81 B 1024 102% 102%
Int K T 1st rt 6s 66 91** 914 914
I R T 1st ref 6s 66cfs 894 894 894
int R T 6s 32 . 684 63 63
Int H T 7s 32ctfS .. 92 92 92
Interlake 6s 61 .. 924 924 924
Int AR col 6s 42 stp.. 100 100 100
Int Cement 4s 45__ 119 1184 1184
Ini Grt Nr 6s 62 A .. 394 394 394
in* Gr Nradl 6s’52A. 124 124 124
int Hydro El fs 44_ 504 494 494
Int Mer Mar 4s 41... 70 70 70
Int F»» 1st la If A— 17 964 97
Hl«h. Low. 2:66.
Int Pap ref 6s’56..-. 85 82% 84%
IntT&Tcv 4%a‘39. 98 96% 98
int T * T 4%a ’62 .. 87% 86% 87%
Iowa C lst&rf 4a'61.. 2% 2 2
James F ft C 4s'82... 89 89 89
Kanaw ft M 4s ’90_103% 103% 103%
KanCFS&M 48'26. 44 42% 44
KanCP&L4%a'01- 113% 113% 113%
Kan C So 1st 8s 60... 80% 80% 80%
KanCSorf in 6s 60. 77 . 76% 77
Kan C Ter 1st 4a '60.. 108 108 108
Ky Cent Ry 4s ’87_107% 107% 107%
Ky&Ind T4%e '01_ 96% 96% 96%
Klnps County Eley
4s’49__ 105 105 105
Laclede Gas Es 39 ... 102% 102 102
Laclede G 6%s'53 C. 79% 79% 79%
Laclede O 6%s 60 D 79 79 79
Laclede Gas 6s'42 B. 77 77 77
Lautaro Nltr 6s 6*.. 27 26% 26%
Leh Val Coal Es'74 67 67 67
L V N y 1st 4s 45 Rtd 68% 68 68%
Leh Val Har 6s 64 . 94% 94% 94%
» ii j iv kiu.
Leh V Pa con 4s 2003 41% 40% 41%
Leh V P con4%s 2003 45 44% 45
Leh V RR con 6a 2003 53% 53% 53%
Leh Val Ter 6s'41_ 105 105 105
Llgg & Myr 6a '61_122% 122% 122%
Loew s 6s 41 _103% 103% 103%
Long isl gen 4s’SI_104% 104% 104%
Long isl ret 4s 49_101 100% 101
Long Isl deb 6s 37_100% 100', 100%
Lorrlllard 6s'61_119% 119% 119%
La & Ark 6a 69_ 89H 89% 89%
L & N unit 4s '40_ 108 108 108
L A N 4 %S 2003 c_107% 107% 107%
Lft N 6s 2003 B_109% 109% 109%
L & N St L 3s '30_ 84 84 84
M’CrovS5%s-41 filed 116% 116% 116%
McKess A K 6%s 60 103% 103% 103%
Manatl Sng 7%s 42 . 29% 29% 29%
Man S 1st 7%s 42cfs 27 27 27
Manatl Sugar 7 %s 41
ctfsstpdmod_ 29% 29% 29%
Manhat K 4s 90_ 68 68 68
Manhat K 4s 90 ctf*. 65 65 65
Manila RR SL 4s '69. 63% 63% 63%
Marion St Sh 6s 47 . 86% 85% 85%
Mead Co 6s 46 103% 103% 103%
Mel 8M tit rt 4%s 6» 108% 108% 108%
Mich Cent 3%s 62 __ 105% 105 105%
Ml-h Cent 4%s 79.__ 102 102 102
Mid RUN.I 6s 40_ 87 84% 87
MHLK&SL6S 61 .. 104 104 104
Mil L fi&S L rt bs 71 104%. 104% 104%
Mil & Nor con 4 %s’39 74 74 74
Mil Spa & N W 4s 47. 46 46 46
Minn & S L rt 4s '49.. 2% 2% 2%
Minn & S L 6s 34 cfs. 6 6 6
MSlt rn la JIM QOI.. 'Hil... OQj..
MStP&SSM cn 6s '18. 35 35 35
MStP&SSM 6s 38 gt. 44 44 44
MStP&SSM 6Vis '49_. 28 28 28
AIStP&SSM bVis'78 . 88 88 88
MStP&SSM rf 6s'46A 35 34 35
Mo K & T 1st 4s '90_ 84 83 83U
Mo K & T 48 62 B_ 64 63** 64
Mo K & T 4 Vis 78_ 67% 67'« 67Vi
Mo K & T 6s 62 A_ 73'* 72'* 72’a
Mo K & T ad) 6s 87.. 4 11 * 41)'. 401 a
Mo Pao »S 76 ...... 16 14*4 15*4
Mo Pac 6s '66 A .. 33 33 33
Mo Pac 6s 65 A ctfs.. 32 32 32
Mo Pac 6s 77 K .. 33'i 33 33'i
Mo Pac 5s '77 K ctfs.. 32 32 32
Mo Pac 6s‘78 G .. 33'a 33'.i 33'*
Mo Pac 6s 78 G ctfs.. 32 32 32
Mu Pac 6s 8o H _ 33'a 33!t 33*v
Mo Pac 5s hi 1 _ 33',a 33 33'*
Mo Pac 6 Vis 49 A .. 12 11\ 12
Mob&Ohio 4Vis 77 . 11', 11'* 11'*
Mob&Ob M dl* 5s 47. 20 20 20
Alonawk & M 4s 91 89',4 89'» 89'.,
Monong tty Ist4s60. 105'. 105'. 105'.
Mont Cent 6s 37 .. .. 104 -. 104'. 104'.
Alont Pwr ret 6s 43.. 106'. 106'. 106'.
Alorit Pwrbs 62 A .. 100'v 100', 100'a
Alont Tram 5s 41. .. 103'a 103'a 103'a
Alorrls & Co 4 V*s 39. 104'1 104'a 104',4
Alor & bsx 3 Vis 2000. 9IV4 91 91',4
Alor & Dsx 4 Vis ’66_ 87 87 87
Nai Dairy 6V4S 48... 103'i 103'. 10314
Nat Dis p 6 *Vis 46 103 103 103
Nat K A1 lst4s’51 asst 4 4 4
Nat Steel ta 6i. 106:i 106'* 106'.
New a 1& 1 4 Vis '61. 120'4 120'4 120'-4
New J P&L 4 Vis 6u lo5'a 105'* 1051*
New Ur GNU 6s S3 A 81 81 81
New Or PS 6s 62 A 93% 93'a 93*t
New Ur PS >8 66 B 94 94 94
New Or l'&A] 5s 64 B 35', 35'a 35'a
New O T&.M lncos'35. 28 28 28
New Or T&A1 6Vs» 64 3.V. 35', 35H
New Or Ter let 4s '63 87', 87V* 87'a
N Y Cent iHs 97 . yy 98»« 98"*
N Y Cent con 4a 98 . 95** 95** 95**
N y Cent rt 4V*s Z0I3 86 851* 86
N y C if 4 Via 2013 n 85", 85** 8o’«
N V Cent ret hs 2013 92 92 92
N y Cent cv 6s 44 . _ lit) 109*. 109*,
N YCEiin3Hs 91 . 92 , 92', 92‘,
NYC Allen C 3 V,S 38 90** yo** 90**
N VC&SSlE 1st 4s 37 103 103 103
N YC&StE 4He 78 . 82'a 82'* 82'a
N YC&StE 6 H s 74 A 94 94 94
N YC&StE 1st 6s '35 .. 1(14 104 104
N YC&StE 68 35 rets.. 91V* 91'* 9U*
N Y Dock 6s 38 _ 63 63 63
N Y Edison 6s 44 B._ 104*, 104*, 104*,
N y Edison 6s 61 (2— 104'-, 1(14’a 104‘,
N Y Ed rel 6Hs 41 .. 109", 109”, 109*,
N y G El H&P 4S 49. 114', 114', 114H
N Y & Green E os 46- y4;, 94', 94'.,
N Y E&W 1st 4s 73 . 98 98 98
NY NH & H 3Hs 54.. 35 35 35
NYNH&H3HS 56- 35 35 35
NY NH S H 4s 67 . 23 22:, 23
NX Nh & H fi 7 ‘A H™ VWt.. Owl
N Y NH&H Cl U 6s 40 49 49 49
NYNH&H con 4S 64. 30, 30'j 3U'i
NY NH A H cv 6s 48 39 39 39
N Y O&W gen 48 66.. 42 42 42
N X U&W ret 43 92.. 60S 50, 50,
N Y Putnam 4s 93.__ 88, 8s, 88,
N Y K.vs me bs 66 ._ 37 37 37
N Y Kvs mebs b/iisst 37, 37 37,
N Y Steam 1st 6s 61. 106!4 106, 106,
N Y Steam 1st bs 47 108, 108, 108,
N Y S& W 1st rt 6s 37 81, 81, 81,
N Y SAW 2d 4,s 37. 80 77, 77,
N Y SA W gen 6s 40 _ 64, 64, 64,
N y Tel gen 4 ,s 39 111, 111, 111,
N Y Trap KocK 6s 46. 86 85 85
NY W*b4,s 46 . 18, 18, 18,
Nlag L&O P 6s'65_ 108 108 108
Nl»g Sh 6,s '60 .. 97, 97, 97,
Norf So 1st ref 6s-61 18, 18, 18,
Norf Solst rf&s61cfs 18 18 18
North Am Co 6s 61 106, 105, 105,
North Am Ed 6s'57 A 103, 103, 103,
North Am Ed 6s 69 C 105 105 105
North Am Ed £ ,s 63 103, 103, 103,
-- " * • . iii i v» limn iui •-*
Nor Pac gen 3a 2047 .. 774 774 774
Nor Pac 4a 87 „ 1064 1064 1064
Nor n Pac 44a 2047.. 974 974 974
Nor ti Pac 6s 2047 C. 102 102 102
Nor n Pac 5s 2047 D 102 102 102
Not Pac 6s 2047 108-4 1084 1084
Norn SI P lst5s41A 1054 1054 1054
Nor n St P 6s 41 B 106 100 106
ugoen L C 4s 48 384 384 384
Ohio Pub Svc 7s 47 1134 1134 1134
Ohio Pub Svc 7 4s 46 112), 1124 112-4
Ore K K ft N 4s 46 111 lit m
Ore W H H ft N 4s 61 1054 1054 1054
Otis Steel 6s 41- 1014 1014 1014
Pac Coast 6s 46 . 654 654 654
Pacific Gas&El 4S’64. 107 1064 107
Pac (i ft E 6s 42 ... 1044 1044 1044
Pac T&T ref 6s '62_ 1084 1084 1084
Pac Tsl 1st Is '37_ 104 104 104
Par-B way 6%s 51_ 574 574 574
Param't Plo 6s'66 _ 944 944 944
Park-Ex 6 4a 63 cfs. 41 41 41
Partnelee 6s 4« .. 624 624 624
Penn Dixie C 6s 41 ._ 96 96 96
Penn RR con 4s 48 . 1114 1114 1114
Penn H K 4a 33 _ 102 102 102
Penn KH 4 4s 84 .. 1064 1064 1064
Penn KK 44s'81 D 1064 1064 1064
Penn HR con 4 4s «0 1194 1194 1194
Penn KH gn 44s 66 110 lit) lit)
Penn KR<lb4 4s 70 1014 1014 1014
Penn Pft L44s 81 1065* 1064 1065,
Penn RR 6s 64 . 106 106 106
Peo <3 LftC rf 6s 47 109 109 109
Peoria ft E let 4S 40 89 88-4 884
Peoria ft E Inc 4a 90 13 13 13
Pere Maro 1st 4s 66 954 954 954
Pers Maro 4 4 * 80 964 964 964
Pere Marq 1st 6s 68 103 1024 1024
Phils Co 6s 87 _1054 1054 1054
Phils El Co 4s *71.. . 1074 1074 1075*
Phils ft H C ft 1 6s ‘73 47 46 46
Phils ft KC& I 6s 49 28 28 28
Philippine Ry 4s '37 30 30 30
PRlsbury FI M 6s 43 108 108 108
PCC&StL 6s '70 A 1174 1174 1174
PlttsftWVa 4 4s'68A 834 83 834
PlttsftWVa «4s'69B. 834 834 834
PlttsftWVa 4 4s'60C 844 844 844
Port A C&D6s 62 B.. 824 824 824
Port Gen El 4 4» 60 774 77 774
Porto Rico A T 6s 42 80 80 80
Postal lei ft C 6s 62 404 404 404
Pressed Stl C 6s '53 854 854 854
Pub S El ft G 4s 71 1084 1084 1084
Pure 011 44a 60 117 117 117
Reading Jer C 4s '51 99 99 99
Reading K4 4e 97 A 107 107 107
Kern K 6 4S-47 A *w 1084 108 1084
Rem R 64s'«7A xw 1084 1084 1084
Republic Stl 4 4* 60 114 1134 1134
Rep lr ft Stl 6s 40 1054 1054 1054
Republic Stl 5 4s 64 1084 1084 1084
Revere CopftB 6s 48 1074 1074 1074
Richfield 011 6s 44 46 454 46
Rtchfleld O 8s 44 cf». 46 454 46
R10 G W col 4S 49 A. 47 47 47
RochGftE6Hs'4S .. 1054 1054 1054
R1 A*Elst44s-34.. 174 174 174
Rutland Can 4s '4>..n 41 41 41
B. & 0. DISCLOSES :
EARNINGS GAINS
_ :
Year’s Net Jumps $621,018
Above 1934—December
Spurt Helps.
By the Associated Press.
BALTIMORE, January 27.—Steady
business gains by the Baltimore &
Ohio Railroad were shown today in
its latest financial statement.
Increases of $621,018 in net railway
operating income last year over ^934
and $2C8.642 last month, compared
witn December. 1934, were reported.
The big gain for the last month of
the year was regarded as a significant
trend.
The net income for the year was
$24,298,957 and for last month $1,
983,763. Total operating revenues
were $141,873,643 and $11,784,398 for
the year and the month, respectively.
Expansion of $6,126,356 in expendl
lines iui me year anu ui »i,iu0,000
for the month denoted for one thing
more money turned loose In salaries.
Total operating expenses for the year
were listed at $105,464,140.
A decrease of $24,307 for the year,
or from $54,686 to $30,379, in uncol
lectible railway revenues, w'as seen
as perhaps another indication of im
proving conditions in general.
Great Northern Gains.
ST PAUL, Minn., January 27 </P).—
Die Great Northern Railway today an- :
nounced net operating Income for
1935 of $23,483,854. a two-thirds in
crease over the 1934 figure of $14,
101.650.
The railway reported to the Inter
state Commerce Commission a 15 per
cent gain in operating revenues, $81,
188.858 in 1935 compared with $70,
752.877 the year previous. Operating
expenses of $50,061,215 represented a
3 per cent gain over 1934.
Freight revenues were $70,211,977 in
1935, $9,863,705 above the preceding
year. Another gain of $195,537 was
noted in passenger revenues of $4,
416.108 the past year.
Taxes totaled $6,216,821 or $35,710
i more than 1934.
i December operating revenues were
; $5,350,592, an increase of $258 181
over the same month a year ago. Net
| operating income for December was
$1,522,307, a gain of $317,998.
C. & N'. Income Shown.
j CHICAGO. January 27 (/Pi.—The
Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co. ;
, today reported net railway operating ;
i income for December was *643 292
compared with $417,338 in the same
month of 1934
For the year 1935. net operating in
come was $3,578,483. a decrease of
$1,623,621 compared with 1934.
— - ■ •
STEEL QUOTATIONS.
NEW YORK January 27 —Steel
prices per iflo pounds, f. o. b Pittsburgh:
Blue annealed sheets, hot rolled. 2.00.
Galvanized sheets. 10
Black sheets hot rolled. 2.45.
Steel bars. 1.85.
RUBBER FUTURES.
NEW YORK January 77 <&.—Crude
rubber futures opened bareiv steady. 7 to
(i lower March. 14 06: May. 15.07-08:
July. 15.20-21.
High Low 2:55
i Rutland RR 44" 41 404 40', 40V,
St JoRvi.TSPJs'3? 104 104 104
St L 1MAS K&G 4s 38 734 724 73
StLP4XW5s 41 . 48 474 48
St L-S F 4s 60 A 194. 19'., 194
St L-S F 4S ’60 A cfs 184 184 184
; St L-S F 44 * 78 184 18 18',
St L-S F 4 4*'7« cf St 164 16 164
i St 1,-S F 6s -50 B ... 204 204 204
St LS W 1st 4* 19_ 81 81 81
St L S W 2d 4s '89 .. 654 554 554
St L SW let ter 6s'S2 47 47 47
St P Ct R C 5s’37 gtd. 1014 1014 1014
St P K C S L 4 4* 41. 224 224 224
St P MAM ext 6* 43 1054 1054 1054
San AAA Pa** 4i "4*. 96", 954 96
San An Pb S 6* '62 A 108*. 1084 108*.
Schulco64* 46A stD 61 61 61
Schulco 64*'46 B st. 604 604 604
Sea bd A L 4s'50 stD- 184 184 18»«
Seabd A L ref 49 69.. 84 84 84
Sea ltd A L 6l 45 A .. 12 114 11*.
Seabd A Lbs 45 cfs 104 94 104
Seabd A PI Ss'SSA ct 44 44 44
Seabd A-Flafls'3»Rct 44 44 44
Sharon S H 54» 48 1034 1034 1034
Shell Pipe L 6s 62 . 1044 104 104
Shell l.'n Oil 5s 47_ 1024 1024 1024
Silesian Am 7s 41_ 85 85 85
Skellv Of) 64s 39 . 1014 1014 1014
Socnnv Vac 34* 60 105 1044 105
So Bell TAT 6s 41 . 107 1064 107
So "olo Pwr ds 47 A 1044 1044 1044
So & Xor Ala 5s '63_1144 1144 1144
So Pac col 4s 49_ 89 88 89
So Pac ref 4S 65_ 103 1024 103
So Pac ♦ 4» <8_ 874 87 874
So Pac 44s 89_ 874 87 874
So Pac 44» 'll-_ 874 874 874
So Pac Ors 4 4a'77 .. 94 93% 94
So Pac S E Ter 4a 'BO 107 107 107
So Pac S F T 4s '50 rg 100% 100% 100%
So Ky urn is 51 A .. 604 59% 60
So KV*6a 94 . 954 95% 954
so Rv gen Sa 66 78 774 774
Southern Ry 64a‘B6 81 804 81
So Kv M ft O la 36 65 65 65
So Rv St Ddiv Is 61 83 83 83
S W Bell Tel 34s '64 1054 1054 1054
Stndehaker cv 6s 46 884 874 88
Swift ft Co 3 %s 60 1064 1064 1064
l’enn Cent 6s 47 . 85 85 85
Tenn El Pw 6s 47 A 994 994 994
Term As StL 44s '39 110% 1104 110%
Texarkana 6%s 60 94 94 94
Tex Corn cv 6s 44 104% 1044 1044
Tex ft Pac 6s 77 B ... 100'. 1004 1004
l exftPac 5s 79 C ... 99% 99% 99%
Tex&Pac 6s *0 D . 994 994 994
Tex&P MPT 64s '64 1064 105% 105%
Third Av rsf 4s 60 694 69 69
Third A ad In *c 6s’60 364 34% 34%
Tol ft Ohio C 3%s 60 1014 1014 101V«
Truax 'i C 64s '43 __ 95 95 95
Trumbull Stl 6s 40.. 1024 1024 1024
Un Oil of Cal 4s'47._ 1194 1194 1194
Un Pao lst4i'«7 113 1124 112%
Un Pac 1st rf 4s 2008 108% 1084 108%
Un Pao 4 4a 67 106% 106% 106%
Un Pac 1st rf 6s 2008 117 117 117
Unt Drug 6s 63 994 98% 994
Unit Kys St L 4s '84.. 354 354 354
U S KUbher 6s 47 . 1044 104 104%
Untv Pipe* K6s'36 87% 37% 37%
Utah L* T 6s'44 A . 99 98% 99
Utan P ft L 6i 44 . 100% 1004 1004
Util P ft L 6s 59 ww 64 634 634 j
Util P ft L 6 4s 47 . 67 4 67 67 4 i
Vanadium cv 6s 41 92 91% 91%
Vei Sug 1st 7s 42 CfS 16 154 16
Va Kv «4S 62 B ... 104% 104% 104%
Va Kv 1st 6s 62 A_1104 1104 1104
Va S W con 6l '68__ 88 88 88
Wabash 4 4» 78__ 30 294 30
Wabash 6s‘76 B_ 32 32 32
Wabash 1st 6s’89_ 1004 1004 1004
Wabash 2d 6s 88_ 934 93 93
Walwarth 4s'65_ 5784 77% 784
Walworth 6s‘55 n_ 914 904 91
Warner Bros cv 6s'89 91% 914 91%
Warner-Uuln 6s ’39 .. 32 32 32
Warren Br cv 6s "41 514 484 514
Warren Br 6s"41 rcta. 49% 46 49%
W Pa P 1st 6s 63 IS.. 121 121 121
W Pa P 1st 6s '66 G . 1064 1064 1064
W Sh 1st 4s 2061 gtd. 904 904 904
W Sh 1st 48 2061 reg. 86% 86% 86%
iifa..* « 6IH lot Am ‘lit Q8 Q7U> Q7U
West'n M<1 6%s '77 107 107 107
WestnNYAP Kn 4s’43 106 106 106
WestnNYAP lst6s'37 104% 104% 104%
West’n Pac 6s 46 A 42% 42 42
West'n Pac 6s46A as 42 41% 42
West n Un 4 448 60 105% 105% 105%
West'n Un cl tr 6s’H 106% 106% 106%
West n Un 6s 51 105% 105% 105%
West’n Un 6s 60 - 106 105% 106
West'n Un 6 448 38 102% 102% 102%
Wh & L Eicon 4s 49 108% 108% 108%
Wheel Steel 4448 '61 102% 102% 102%
White S U 6s 40 95% 95% |95
Wls C 1st Kn 4b 49 Ct 23% 22% 23
Wilkes BAB 1st 6s‘42 60 59% 60
Wlllmar SF 6s 40— 107 107 107
Wilson A Co 4S’66 . 101% 101% 101%
Tounctn SAT 6S’70B. 106 106 106
Yoanrtn SAT IfllA. 106% 106% 106%
$12,000,000 Issues
Of Skelly Oil Co.
Placed on Market
iy the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, January 27.—A $12,
100,000 financing operation for Skelly
311 Co. waa carried out today when
(3.000.000 in serial notes, due 1937-41,
ind $9,000,000 4 per cent debentures,
iue in 1951, were offered to the public.
The money will be used for refund
ing and additional working capital.
The offering was made by a bank
ing group headed by Dillon, Read &
3°.
The’bonds are priced at 9834 and
the notes at 100.
Interest rates on the notes range
from l,a to 3 per cent.
Washington Produce
BUTTER—Range of prices to stores
gathered from wholesale dealers: iPrices
to nearoy shippers based on Philadelphia
and New York prices) 1-pound prints,
carton 192 score). 37a.T8: 1-pound prints,
carton <90 score). 35 *,7 a 3d; 'k-pound
Prints, carton (92 score) 37a.TR: '4-pound
prints, carton (90 score). 3«taa37; tubs
(9o score). 35a87
MEAT—Veal. 12a20: lamb. 16a22;
mutton. Ralo.
LIVE STOCK—Lambs. 8a 12 per pound;
sheep. :ta.V calves, oal2.
Prices by the United States Bureau of
Agricultural Economics
EGGS—Market firm. Practically ,ia
oearoy s in this morning Prices one-hall
:o ) cent higher. Current receipts, large,
25a26; mediums. 22 to 23: hennery whites,
large, 27a2R; medium. 24a2». Govern
ment graded and dated white eggs (includ
ing grading and marketing costs): U S
extras. 31 U. S. extras, mediums. 27-al
U S. standards. 89
LIVE POULTRY—Market lull, ateadv.
Receipts very light. Fowl—Colored, heavy,
lhakl: Leghorns. Main: roocters. Mali.
roasters. 23a24 Leghorn broiler*. l*a2o;
mixed colors. Iba2o Canons—Heavy. >;
iight. 25; slips. 22. Turkeys—Young hens.
’5; young toms. 22*23. Guinea fowl—
Young. Toal.oo a pair.
Fruit* and Vegetable*.
Sales in large lots by original receivers
up to a m today.
APPLES—One Virginia, two Washing
ton arrived: four unbroken cars on track.
Bushels—Supplies moderate; demand light,
market steady. Virginia Grimes U. S.
No. 1. 2,/4-inch minimum. 5o: 212-inch
minimum 7 5aho 23*-inch minimum. h5a
1.00: Staymans. U. S. No. 1. 2‘4-inch min
imum. 75ah5, 2’a-inch minimum, l.ooa
1 25; 2't-inch minimum. 1.35al.40; Yorks
LJ. S. No. 1. 2‘/4-inch minimum. 50; 2‘a
nch minimum. 7oa75; 2J4-inch minimum.
7.>ab5: Delicious, U. S. No. 1. 2'4-inch
minimum. ?5ah5; 2'2-inch minimum. 1.15
il.25; 2’4-inch minimum, l.35al.50;
Liolden Delicious. U. S. No 1. 2‘,4-inch
minimum. GO; 2'2-inch minimum l.ooa
1 15: 2 »-inch minimum. i.25al.35: Black
Twigs U. S. No. 1. 2‘4-inch minimum. Go;
2‘a-mch minimum boaUO; 234-inch mini
mum 1.Goal.lo. Baldwins. U. S. No. 1.
:'4-mch minimum. GoaGo; 2‘a-inch mini
mum 85aOO, 234-inch minimum l.ooa
1.10; Romes U. S. No 1. 2‘4-mch mini
mum, GO: 2‘2-inch minimum. 15ah5, 234
inch minimum mostly around 1 00.
Boxes—Virginia as to size Staymans
combination extra lancy and fancy. 1 G5a
3.00. C grade. 1.5oal GO; Delicious, combi
nation extra fancy and fancy. 1.50a 1 00;
C grade 135a 15<) Romes combination
extra lancy and lancy. 1.5oal.85.
CABBAGE—One New York arrived: one
broken ana one unbroken cars on track.
Supplies moaerate. demand moderate,
market steady. Texas, hall-lettuce crates,
domestic round type. J 25. lew higher.
Florida 1‘2-bushel hampers domestic
lound type 1.25. fair condition. 1.00.
Ola stock—Supplies moaerate; demand
light, market steady New York 5u-oound
sacks* domestic round type mostly
around 75
CELERY—No carlot arrivals; no cars
on track Supplies modeiate demand
light, market steady. Horiaa. lu-inch
crates washed. 4-0 dozen. 3.0ua3.25;
California. 22-mch crates. 3.50.
LETTUCE—Three California arrived;
five broken anc five unbroken cars on
track. Western stock Supplies moderate,
cemand light, market snsrhtiy stronger.
Western crates. Iceoeig type. 5-dozen; Ari
zona, 3.0U; lew. 3.,oaj.uu. Laniorma,
3 15- Ie» 3.110. Southern stock: Practi
cai.'y r.o supplies on the market.
ONIONS—No carlot arrivals, one un
broken car on track Supplies moderate
demand moderate: market steady. Michi
zan New York and Ohio. 50-pound sacks
yellows U. S No. 1 i..'!Oal.35: few 1 4<
medium size. 1.35: 50-pound sacks. Valer,
cias. U. o No J. 3 inches ano larger
Colorado. 1.tidal do: Idaho. 1.15.
PEAS—-One Florida ainveo. two unbro
ken cars on track Supplies light de
manci ukht; market .-.tightly stronaei
Calilornia. busnei hampers. Telephones
3.<joa3.35. Texas. busnei cra»es celepnones
3.0083.35; Florida, bushel hampers, 1.0
83.00.
Potato Prices Steady.
POTATOES—One Florida, six Maine,
one New York one Idaho arr.vec one
broken ard eight unbroken cars on track,
oio stock Supplies oiocerau. demand
moderate market steady. Maine, loo
pound sacks Green Mountains. U S
No 1. l.boal.HO; tew higher. New York.
100-pound sacks Round Whites. U. S. No.
I l.ooa l.tj5. Idaho, loo-pound sacks
Russet Buroanks. U. S. No. 1. 3.3oa:.40.
New stock. Supplies light; demand light;
market steady. Florida, bushel crates.
Bliss Triumphs. U. S. No. 1. 3.0o, lew
higher.
SPINACH—One Texas arrived: two
broken and three unbroken cars on track
Supplies moderate; demand iight: market
dull. Texas, bushel baskets. l.OUal.lo:
lair condition. Ho.
SWEET POTATOES—No carlot arrivals
no cars on track. Supplies light: demand
light t: market steady. Maryland. Anne
Arundel County, bushel hampers Jersey
type. U. S. No 1. float.lo: North Carolina,
bushel baskets Porto Rican, best l.OU; fait
condition. T5a85
TOMATOES—No carlot arrivals: nc
cars on track. Supplies moderate: demanc
light: market steady. Florida, mostlv laii
to ordinary condition lug boxes green
ripes and turning wrapped best 1.35al T5
lew 3.00; poorer 50: Cuba, repacked, lug
boxes, ripes. and turning wrapped, bxii and
larger. 3.35.
Washington Exchange
SALES.
Ponifol TVarteif Pn _A a + 1 A
Potomac Electric 6% pfd.—5 at lll'i
AFTER CALL.
Capital Transit Co.—25 at 13%.
Bid and Asked Prices.
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Amer Tel. A- Tel. 4V2s_llo'a _
Am. Tel. & Tel. col. tr. os.. IOS'2 _
Anacostia A Pot. 5s_ 81 ■« S3
Ana. A Pot Guar. 5s_107 100
C. & P. Tel. ol Va. 5s_105 _
Capital Traction R. R. 5s_ 01 02
City & Suburban 5s_ SO SO
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s_113 _
Pot. Elec. Pow. Cons 5s_101 101U
Potomac Elec Os_100 108
Wash. Gas 5s 1058_ 100 __
Wash. Gas 5s 1000_110U _
Wash. Gas Os. series B_102 _
Wash. Rwy. & Elec. 4s_100 _
MISCELLANEOUS.
Barber A Ross. Inc.. 0',as._ 520
Chevy Chase Club 5'as_luti _
Col. Country Club S'-jS_104 _
W. Mkt. Cold Storage Ss_ OS _
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Amer. Tel. & Tel. (9)_160’a __
Capital Transit Co. ill_ loJ« 15
N. A W. Steamboat 10)_ S5 _
Pot. Elec. Pow. O', old ill) 1103. 112
Po. El. Po. 5'ar, Dl. (5.50) li;H« 1143«
Wash. Gas Lt Co. (3.00)_*70 _
Wash. Ry. & EH. Co. (12)_ 650 _
Wash. Ky. & El. pld. (5)-- 10S3« 110
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY.
Amer. Sec. A Tr. Co. (10)_ 222 __
Dr.v-.Lr r. ( DMhacd. I U \ •> T
Capital (4)_115
Com Sc Savings (81_115 _
Liberty Cl)_ 00 _
Lincoln (6.25) _105 250
Natl Sav & Tr loo _
Prince Georges Bk A Tr_ 17 22
Riggs (8)_ 225 240
Riggs Dfd (5' _*lo.'t _
Washington (6)_ 105 _
Wash. Loan A Tr. (8)_*205
FIRE INSURANCE.
American <12)_*180 _
Corcoran i2.50'_ •!)! -
Firemen s (1.00)_ 81 35
National Union 1.60)_ 13 -
^TTLE INSURANCE.
Columbia (.30)_ 0 -
Real Estate (Hi.. 110 _
MISCELLANEOUS.
Carpel Corp. il.OO)_ 22 25
Lanston Monotype (4)- <5 —
Mergenthaler Linotype- 4o 47
Peoples Drug 8. Pfd. (0.5O)_ 113 -
Real Est. M. A G. Pfd. (.20) 4 4>i
Security Storage (5)- 100
Ter. Ref. A Wh. Corp. (3). 50 -
Wdwd. A Loth. com. (+1.20) 45 -
Wdwd. A Lothrop pfd. (7). 116 -
•Ex dividend
480 cents extra.
SFlat
b—Books closed.
U. S. TREASURY POSITION.
5y the Associated Press.
The position of the Treasury on January
24: Receipts. $8,370,520.04; expenditures.
$17 248.556.72: net balance. $2,082.65(1.
787.83; customs receipts for the month.
$27 054.404.55. , , , , ,
Receipts for the fiscal year C,!nce July
11. $3(103.900.330.50: expenditures. $4.
158 503.153 04. including $1,852. <80.
207.88 of emergency expenditures; excess
of expenditures. 72.064.002.817.08. Gross
$2,740 8.38.1~8 ' under the orevious day.
□old a-sets $10.1711.3.38.578.31.
Receipts for January 25. 103.) (com
parable date last year!. $18,578^70.02:
expen itures $1.3.200.756.38; net balance.
$2 .*’40.870..335.36: customs receipts for
the month. $21,770,852.48,
Receipts for the fiscal year. $2.0,15.
27 8.124.53: expenditures. $3,067,861.
660.67. including $2,056,083,477.07 of
emergency expenditures: excess of expen
ditures. $1.9.32.583.636.14: gross debt.
S28.476.536.870.70. Gold assets. $8,310.
Sl 1.882.64.
GROWING DEMAND
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Petroleum Institute Finds
Requirements in First
Quarter Above 1935.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. January 27.—The first
report of the American Petroleum in
stitute's newly appointed Committee on
Supply and Demand Indicates con
tinued increase both in domestic and
export demand for motor fuel, and a
slight decrease in required domestic
production of crude oil
The committee is composed of 15
leading petroleum economists and sta
tisticians appointed by the trade As
sociation to report quarterly on the
industry’s statistical position, and to
estimate immediate future demand for
crude oil and motor fuel. Its report
was published in the institute’s trade
paper.
The total demand for motor fuel in
the first quarters was placed at
102.600.000 barrels. Domestic demand
was estimated at 95,100,000 barrels, an
Increase of 8.1 per cent, on a daily
average basis, as compared with
87.032.000 barrels shipped in the first
quarter of 1935. Export demand was
estimated at 7,500,000 barrels, as com
pared with 5.967,000 barrels in the
same period a year ago.
Total demand for domestic crude oil
was estimated at 2,682.000 barrels daily
for the quarter as compared with esti
mated average daily production of
2.810,800 barrels in the week of De
cember 28, 1935; of 2.802.750 barreLs in
the week of January 4. 1936. and
2.810.150 barrels in the week of Janu
ary 11.
Chicago Grain I
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO. January 27.—Inflation
possibilities did a good deal today to
make wheat prices average slightly
higher.
Houses with Eastern connections
were purchasers on a small scale and
were followed to some extent by mil
lers. Disappointing overseas demand
was noted, owing partly to closing of
Liverpool and Winnipeg exchanges to
morrow for King George's funeral.
Wheat dosed firm at the same as
Saturday's finish to >4 higher, May
, 1.0134a78. Corn Ua:4 off. May 60 s
oats also Ua‘> down and provisions
unchanged to a rise of 5 cents.
WHEAT— Open Hieh. Low Close
May _1.01*4 i."*J l.'M'a 1 ul34-~*
July_... .X‘»34 .Ho .8!l*a H«Ha-s8
Sfp. _.88*4 .88*4 .881 a .8814
CORN—
May __HO7* .HO7* .HO1* Hu5*
July _.Ho7* .HI *e .Ho7* Ho7*
Sep -- .t>l .HJ .HO3* .H034
OATS—
May __ *? 83 4 .187* .C834 *,’834
July _.28 >* _ .... . .281 *
Sep _ 28 .28 .275. 27 s*
RYE—
May _.. ,557* .57 ,555* .5H7*
July _.5434 • .55*4 .54s* .55*4
Sen. _ _ _ _ .54*4
BA RLE/—
May - - - .... .43’2
LARD—
Jan._ __ _ __ 11.00
May ll'.J.*, J 1.20 11.1M 11.H
j July_ 11.07 _ _ 11.07
! BELLIES—
May. . . 14 47
Chicago Cash Market.
Cash wheat, No. 2 red. 1.07i^; No. 2,
hard. 1.19; corn. No. 4, mixed. 56!2
1 58*4; No 4. white, 59; oats. No. 2.
white, 33-33*2: sample grade. 22’2-30;
■ no rye; soy beans. No. 2. yellow, 841i>
85 nominal; No. 4. yellow, 80; sample,
yellow, 78-79H, Chicago, barley feed.
30-40; malting. 54-85; timothy seed.
3.10-20 hundredweight: clover seed.
12.00-17.00 hundredweight.
Liverpool Grain Price*.
LIVERPOOL. January 27 uP —Wheat
i luiures closed steady.
Prev.
High Low Close close.
March_„_97'« nr;3* 97 9«'a
May _9434 94’« 94'» 94
July _95 94*2 94*2 94'2
! Exchange. 5.00.
Tliis market will be closed tomorrow in
| observance ol King George s luneral.
Baltimore Quotations.
BALTIMORE. January 27 (rPj—
Wheat, No. 2, red Winter, garlicky,
UUU1UUL, A V«- 4 , X.\J4 4.
New York Cotton
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, January 27.—Trading
in cotton was comparatively quiet to
day with the advance of Saturday fol
lowed by reactions under realizing or
liquidation and scattered Southern
selling.
Offerings were absorbed by trade
buying, however, and after scoring
net losses of about 6 to 12 points,
prices rallied partially.
The midafternoon market was quiet
with March 1 point lower at 11.40,
while other months showed net losses
of 4 to 6 points.
Liverpool Quotations.
LIVERPOOL. January 71 ■.P).—Cotton.
6.000 boles, including 4.sou American
Spot, moderate business done: prices J
points higher: quotations in pence; Amer
ican strict good middling. H.S4: good mid
dling. (5.54. strict middling. (>..'54: middling.
6.10: strict low middling 5.00; .ow
middling. 5.70; strict good ordinary. 5.50
good ordinary. 5.70. Futures closed quiet
and steady. January 6.07: March. 504:
May. 5.hi: July. 5.SO: October, 5.50. De
cember. 5 56.
METAL MARKET.
NEW YORK. January 27 —Coppfr
quilt; electrolytic, spot and future. 0.25;
export. 8 So. Tin steady: spot and nearby.
40 25a H.riT*2: future. 45.:t712a45.5o. Iron
quiet. No. 2 f.o.b. Eastern Pennsylvania.
20.50: Buffalo. 10.50: Alabama. 15.50.
Lead steady: spot. New York. 4.50a4.55:
East St. Louis. 4..‘15. Zinc dull: East
St. Louis, spot and future. 4.85. Alumi
num. I!‘.oua22.no Antimony. spot.
12.0212. Quicksilver 77.50a7g.00. Wolf
ramite. 15.75alB.OO.
--■ —
NEW YORK BAR SILVER.
NEW YORK. January 27 (JP).—Bar
silver steady, unchanged from Friday,
January 24, at 44**.
DEFAULTS MOUNT
IN TAT DISTRICTS
More Than 3,000 County,
Town, School and Other
Units Are Listed.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
NEW YORK, January 27—More
than 3.000 county, city, town, school
and other tax districts in the United
States are in default on their bonds,
according to the statistical depart
ment of the United Endowment Foun
dation, New York City.
Out of 3.053 counties in the coun
1 try, 307, 10 per cent, are in default
j in interest or principal of their in
! debtedness.
More than 800 cities and towns, and
: about 850 school districts have been
l unable to meet payments on their
| bonded debt. More than 1,000 drain
age, road and other tax districts bring
the total number of defaults well over
the 3,000 mark.
; Most of the districts in default are
| in the South and the West, although
New Jersey stands out in the East
with 153 municipalities in default.
States having 200 or more districts
in default include Arkansas. Florida,
; Louisiana, Michigan. North Carolina
| and Tennessee. Maine bears the dis
tinction of having but one town on
: the red side of the ledger. New York
and Nevada each have two defaults.
I "The colossal debts hanging over
the Nation, all the way from the Fed
eral Government down to the small
road or school district, constitute one
of our gravest problems." points out
| the report of the statistical depart
ment of the foundation.
“Interest on the debt of the Federal
Government, which now stands at
more than $30,000,000,000. at 3 per
cent would total $900,000,000 annually
—an amount larger than the cost of
running the entire Federal Got em
inent for any year prior to 1917. ex
cept during the Civil War struggle.
In some municipalities, the debt struc
ture is so heavy that interest alone
amounts to 20 or 25 per cent of cur
rent revenues.
Unemployment in the Netherlands
is less than a year ago.
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