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Many Junior Rails Ease
Fractions to Point—U. S.
List Lower.
i" i
Bond Averages
20 10 10 10
Ralls Indus CJtil Por n.
Net change. —.1 Unc. —.2 —.1
Today, noon 94.2 104.0 101.1 71.3
Previous day 94.3 104.0 101.3 71.4
Month ago.. 91.2 103.6 101.9 71.0
Year ago... 83.6 95.1 88.9 69.9
1936 high... 94.3 104.1 102.3 71.4
1936 low ... 86.9 102.4 99.3 69.6
1935 highjL. 87.8 102.2 99.8 70.4
1935 low_ 76.4 92.2 84.5 655
1932 low ... 45.8 40.0 64.6 42.2
1928 high.. 101.1 98.9 102.9 100.5
10 Low-Yield Bonds
Noon_111.4 Prev. day. 111.2
f Month ago 111.0 Year ago 110.1
1936 high. 111.5 1936 low . 110.2
1935 high 110.7 1935 low.. 107.9
1928 high 104.4 1932 low . 86.8
(Compiled by the Associated Pressl
oj tnc naouuiaicu ricsa.
NEW YORK, September 24.—The
bond market encountered enough re
sistance today to check its recent
movement toward higher levels.
Loans of semi-speculative rating were
responsive to heaviness in parts of
the stock list.
Many of the medium priced rails
were available at prices fractions to
a point under Friday's finals. Losses
were shown by Baltimore & Ohio
4%s, Illinois Central 4%s, Columbia
' Gas & Electric 5s, Nickel Plate 4%s
end American Rolling Mill 4%s.
U. S. Governments also lost a little
ground, federal Farm Mortgage 3s
of 1949 gave up 5-32ds of a point, and
most of the Treasuries were down
l-32d to 4-32ds.
--- •
Washington Exchange
SALES.
National Savings & Trust Co.—5 at
100 %.
AFTER CALL.
► Potomac Electric Cons. 5s—$1,000 at
• 100%.
Capital Traction 5s—$1,000 at 90%,
$1,000 at 90%, $2,000 at 90%, $1,000
at 90%.
t Washington Gas 6s B—$600 at 100%.
$400 at 100%, $100 at 100, $100 at
100.
Washington Gas 5s 1960—$500 at
N 115%.
Bid and Asked Prices..
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Bid. Asked
Amer. Tel. & Tel. 4',s-1173.< -
Am. Tel. & Tel Col. Tr. os. ms% -
Anacostia & Pot 6s- 81 84
Ana. & Pot. Guar, os_107 110
C. & P. Tel. of Va. 5s_107
vapibd i iiavuuii a v. «jo_v .■■■ v' • -»
City & Suburban 5s_ 85 -
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s_114 --
Pot. Elec. Pow. Cons. 5s_liui1.* 101
Potomac Electric Os-10G -
Wash. Gas 5s 1958_lWi'i *
Wash. Gas 5s I960_116>« _
Wash. Gas 6s. series B_1013,« _
Wash. Ry. & Elec 4s_106
MISCELLANEOUS.
Barber A Ross. Inc. 6Vjs_520
, Chevy Chase Club 5’as_Kid's _
' Col Country Club 5*/2S_105 _
W. M. Cold Storage 5s_ 98 _
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY
Amer. Tel. & Tel. (9)_174’* -
Capital Transit Co- l.'i-U 14Va
N. A W Steamboat (6).— 85 -
Pot. Elec. Pow. 6% pfd. (6>-*10!) -
Po. El. Po. 5 Vi ft pf. (5.50)-*112 Vi 113V«
Wash. Gas Lt Co. (3.601... 71 -
Wash. Ry. & El. com. (12>-*550 -
Wash. Rv. & El. pfd. (5)._*109 111
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
Amer. Sec & Tr Co. U0)__ 245 255
Bank of Bethesda (1.50)—_ 25 -
Capital (4)_ 115 -
Com & Savings (8)_18o -
Liberty (3)___-_ 9b --
Lincoln (6 25^_ 195 250
Natl Sav A Tr _ 100
Prince Georges Bk A Tr_ 17 22
Riggs (8)_255
Riggs pfd. (5)_ 103 —
Washington (0)_110 125
Wash. Loan A Tr. (S)_ 221 230
FIRE INSURANCE.
American (12)._ 180 _
Corcoran (2.50)_ 93 -
Firemen's (1.60)_—- 33 -
National Union (.60*_ 13Vi -
V t TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia (.30)_ 7 -
Real Estate (6)_ 120 -
MISCELLANEOUS.
Carpel Corp (1.60)_ 23 26
Lanston Monotype (4)-*74 --—
Mergenthaler Linotype- 47 48
Peoples Drug S. pfd. (6.50) 114 ----
Real Est. M. & G. pfd. (.20) 4 4U
Security Storage (5) ... 102
Ter Ref A Wh Corp (3). 50 -
Wdwd. A Loth. com. (2.50) 4 8
Wdwd. & Loth. pfd. (7)— 118 -
•Ex dividend
•Flat.
* ! INVESTING COMPANIES
NEW YORK. February 24 (Pi.—New
York Security Dealers’ Association:
(Noon quotations.)
Bid. Asked.
ADumi ru -u -- , ,7 i
Am Gen Eq Inc- 1.12 1~+
*v Am Business Shrs- 1.19
Am Ins Stocks- 4.2o o.OO
Basic Industry_,4.<o
BuIIock Fund_17.025 19.12o
Coroorate Trust _ 2.7 < -
Corporate Trus1 AA_ 2 .oil -
Corp Tr AA mod_ 3.21 -
Corp Tr Accum ^er_ 2.59 -
Corp Tr Acc mod___ 3.21 _
Cumulative Tr Sh_ 5.08 _
Dfoos Bk «5h. N Y A_ 2.47 2.75
Depoa Ins Shrs A_ 4.28 __
Diversified Tr C_ 4.55 4 90
Dividend Shrs_ 1.07 1.79
Equity Corp S3 pf_ 40.75 44 75
Fidelity Fund Inc_ 20.04 28.05
First Boston Corp- 49.50 51.00
Fixed Trust Sh A-12.24 _
Fix- Trust Sh B-10.29 _
Fu d Investors Inc- 22.79 24.89
Fund T Shrs A_ 5.81 0.38
Fund Tr Shrs B- 5.53 _
Group Sec Agriculture_ 1.75 1.90
Group Sec Automobile_ 1.50 1.03
Group Sec Building- 2.04 2.21
, Oroup Sec Chemical- 1.54 1 07
*- Group Sec Food-— 1.11 1.21
Group Sec Merchandise—- 1.13 1.23
Group Sec Mining--- 1.48 1.01
Group Sec Petroleum-__ 1.30 1.48
Group Sec R R Equip- 1.24 1.35
Group Sec Steel_ 1.00 1.80
' Group Sec Tobacco- 1.30 1 42
Incorp Investors _ 22.01 24.31
Inv Tr N Y Coll A-, 6.376, _____
investors Fd C Inc_100.81 102 8:>
investors Fund of Am-- 1.09 1.18
v Major Shrs Corp- 2.875 -----
’ Maryland Fund-1928 20.8o
Mass Invest Tr_ 25.63 27.<5
Mutual Invest_ 1.62 1.71
Nation Wide SBec_— 4.72 4.82
Nation Wide Sec vtc_ 1.73 1.88
N Y Bk Tr Shrs_ 3.50 -
North Am Bond Tr ctfs_ 82.25 86.00
Nor Am Tr Shares_ 2.61 -
Nor Am Tr Sh 1955_ 3.32 _
Ner Am Tr Sh 1956_ 3.28 _
Nor Am Tr Sh 1958_- 3.32 -
Plymouth Fund Inc_ 1.04 1.15
Quarterly Income Sh_ 1.55 1.70
Selected Am Sh__ 3.59 _
Selected Am Sh Inc_ 1.59 1.75
Selected Cumul Sh_ 9.19 _
Selected Income Sh_ 4.85 _
Spencer Trask Fund_ 19.80 21.05
stand Am Tr Shrs_ 3.80 4.05
Diet It U '111' tut........... .6 1 .tf"*
Super of Am Tr A_ 3.81 _
Super of Am Tr AA_ 2.60 _
Super of Am Tr B_ 4.01 _
Super of Am Tr BB_ 2.60 _
-- Super of Am Tr C_ 7.33 _
Super Of Am Tr D_ 7.33 _
Supervised Shrs- 1.67 1.83
Trust Fund Shrs_ 4.55 4.75
Trustee Stand Inv C_ 2.88 _
Truatee Stand Inv D- 2.83 _
Truateed Am Bit B- 1.04 1 16
Truateed Industiy Shrs_ 1.42 1.57
Trusteed N Y Bk Shrs_ 1.55 1.74
MONTREAL SILVER.
MONTREAL. February 24 OP).—Silver
Situ res opened steady, unchanged to 25
Kher. March. 44.75b; May. 44.75; July.
44.00b. b—Bid.
REFUNDING TALKED.
NHW YORK, February 24 (iP).—Ne
m. gatlatlons are believed to be under
way to arrange refunding of $20,000,
000 of Chicago Union Station 5 per
cent bonds, It was reported today.
BONDS ON N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE I
_ _ a ... i. * n. > ■ ■ «vi * n . R ■ 1
dj private wire oircci 10 me swt.
TREASURY.
High. Low. 2:55.
2%a 1945-47_1021 1013110131
2 14a 1965 60_ 101 10029 10030
38 1946-48_ 104 103 28 103 28
3a 1961-65 _ 10321 10318 10318
3 V4a 1949-63_ 104 25 104 25 10425
3 Vi 8 1944-46 . 10613 10612 106 12
384s 1940-43Jun* 10811 108 U 10811
3His 1948 66 11014 11014 11014
4 *4 a-3 Vi a 1943-46 106 27 106 27 106 27
4V48 1147-62 _ 11622 11619 11619
FEDERAL FARM MORTGAGE.
2%,s 1942-47_1013 1013 1013
3a 1947 _ 10220 10219 12019
Ss 1949_102 , 10131 10131
HOME OWNERS’ LOAN
2 Vi s 1942-44. 10018 100 17 10018
2448 1939-49_ 10019 100 17 10918
3s 1952 ..101 20 10119 101 19
FOREIGN BONOS.
High. Low. 2:55.
Abltlbl PaAPw 6a 56 47Vi 46 46
Antloaula 1st 7a'67.. 9Vs 9’n 9Vf<
AntlOQUla 2d 7a '67„. 9 8*1 8*4
Argentine 6 V4s 62 95Vi 95Vn 95M
Argentine 6s 67 A 98'j 98Vi 98'/j
Argentine 6s '68 B .. 98% 98 9s%
Argentine 6s 69 June 9814 98% 98%
Argentine fls 59 Oct. 98 98 !}S
Argentine 6s 60 May 98% 98 98%
Argentina 6s 60 Sept 98% 98% 98%
Argentine 6s 60 Oct 98% 98% 98%
Argentine 6s 61 Febr 98% 98 98%
Argentine 6s 61 May 98% 98% 98%
Australia 4 %s ’66_ 100% 100 100%
Australia 6a "65___105% 105% 105'%
Australia 6s ’67___105'* 105'* 105%
Austrian 7a 57__ 96 96 96
Belgium fls '66 ..... 109 109 109
Belgium 6%s’49_— 110 110 110
Belgium 78 65 -.. 117 116s* 116%
Belgium 7s 66..._— 109% 109'* 109%
Berlin 6s '68 _— 27% 27% 27%
Berlin Elec 6s ’56 ... 28% 28% 28%
Berlin Elec 6>ia ’61— 32% 32% 32%
Bolivia is 69- 8% 8% 8%
Bolivia 8s 47 _ 12% 12% 12%
brazil 6%s 26-*67_ 27% 27% 27%
Brazil 6%s'27-'57_ 27% 27% 27%
Brazil 7s '62___-_28% 28% 28%
Braz I 8s *1 _ 32% 32 32%
Bremen St 7s'36_ *1% 31% 31%
Brisbane 6s'6* . 97% 97% 97%
Buenos A 4%s'76 Aug 59 59 59
Buenos A C 6s 60 Oct 95 95 95
Buenos A 6s '61 Pv— 75% 75% 75%
Buenos A C6%s 66.. 96 96 96
Buenos A 6s 61 st Pv 61% 61 61
Canada 2%s ’45_ 98% 98% 98%
Canada 4s 60108% 108' * 108'*
Canada 6s '62———— 114% 114s* 114%
Chile 6s 60 _ 15% 15% 15%
Chile 6s 61 Jan...... 15% 15 15
Chile 6s 61 Sept_ 15% 15% 15%
Chile 7s 42 _ 15% 15%. 15%
Chile Mtg Bk 6s’61 - 12% 12% 12%
Chilean Mun L. 7s 60. 11s* 11% 11**
Chinese Gv Ry 6s’51. 44 44 44
Colombia 6s 61 Jan.. 24% 24% 24%
Colombl 6s 61 Oct.. 24 24 24
Col Mtg Bk 6%s 47.. 19 19 19
Col Mtg Bk 7s 47 __ 18% 18% 18%
Copenhagen 4%s 53. 93 92%. 92%
Copenhagen 6s'62 — 97% 97% 97%
Cordoba 7s '37 stpd... 59 59 59
Cordoba 7s 67 stpd... 48% 48% 48%
Cordoba 7s '42 Prv_ 74 74 74
Coata K'ca 7s 61 A
May coupon on__ 33%. 33% 33%
Cuba 5s'14-49_ 100 100 100
Cuba 6 %s *6 ....... 48% 47% 47%
Cuba 5%s '53 _100'* 100'* 100'/*
Cund'amsrca 6%s’69 12 11% 12
Czechoslovakia bs'61 105%. 105% 105%.
Denmark 4V4s 62... 96%. 96% 96%.
Denmark 6%s 65_ 102% 102% 102%
Denmark 6s 42 _ 105% 105%. 105%
Dominic 1st 6%s 42. 70 70 70
Fiat deb 7s 46 _ 70 70 70
Finland 6 Vis 66 ... 102% 102% 102%
Frankfort 6% s 53 ._. 26s* 26% 26%
Get c Bk A 6s 3b .. 33% 33% 33%
Ger C Bk A 6s 60 Oct 34 34 34
Ger C Bk A 7s '50 . 34 34 34
Ger Gov b<is 65 stpd 28%. 28% 28'i
Ger Gov 6 Vis'65 unsv. 28 28 28
Ger Rep 7s 49 stpd . 37% 37 37
Ger Rep 7s 49 un st. 32% 32% 32%
Grt Br * lr6>is 37.. 106% 106% 106%
Ort C El Jap 7* 44_ 95% 95% 95%
Greek Gov 7s 64_ 33% 33% 33%
Haiti 6s 62 _ 95 95 95
Hamburg St 6s 46_ 26%. 26%. 26%
Heidelberg 7%s 50 . 24", 24, 24%
Hels-ingtors 6%s 60 108 108 108
Hung Con M 7 %s '45
unmat coupon on._ 25% 25%. 25%
Italy 7b '61 70% 69% 69%
ltal Crd P W 7s '47 B 59% 58 59%
Ital P U Crd 7s '62 ... 57 57 57
Japan 6%s'64 .. 98% 98 98%
Karstadt 6s 43 cfs .. 37% 37% 37%
Kreiiit'l oil os ob A cfs 33% 33V, 33V,
Lombard El 7s 62... 52 52 52
Medellin 6 %s 64 ... 9% 9% 9%
Merid Elec 7s 57 A-- 54 53%. 54
Msx 4e 10-'45 asst .. 7 6% 7
Mex 4s 10 ’4oasst sm 6% 6% 6%
Mex 6s'33 asst Ige_ 7% 7% 7%
Milan 6%s 62 _ 59% 59 59
Minas Gers 6%s '51
Sept coupon oft .. 19 19 19
Minas Gers S %» 69
Sept coupon oft_ 19% 19% 19%
Montecatinl 7s 37__ 73%. 73% 73%
Montevideo 7s '62 .. 50% 50% 50%
New So Wales 6s '67 102% 102% 1024,
Nord Ky 6%s 60_ 143 143 143
Norway 6s 62_ 101 100-1, 100%
Norway 6s 43...._106% 106% 106%
Norway 6s 44 _ 106% 106% 106%
Oriental Dev 6%s 68 80% 80% 80%
Panama 6s'63 stp asrt 73% 72%. 73'%
Paris Orl Kv f>%s '68 135% 135 135%
Pernsm 7s '47
Sep- coupon oft_ 15% 15% 15%
Peru 6s 60- 15% 15% 15%
Peru 6s 61 _ 15% 15% 15%
Poland 6s'40..._ 78% 78 78%
Poland 7s'47- 107% 1071, 1074,
Prussia 6s 62 _ 27% 27% 27%
Prussia 6%a'61_ 27% 27% 27%
Queensland 7s tl_110% 110% 110%
Rio de Jan 6%a '61
Aug coupon oft_ 164i 1644 1644
Rio de Jan 8s '46
April coupon oft 20 19% 20
Rio Gr do Sul 6a 68
June coupon oft .. 16V, 16V, 16%
Rio Gr do Sui 7s M
Mav coupon oft .. 19 19 19
Rio Gr do Sul 8s '46 •
April coupon oft .. 24 24 24
Rome 6%s '62 .. 61 61 61
Santa F Arg 7s”62atp 61 60% 6044
Sao Paulo St 7s 40 .. 89% 89% 894,
Sao Paulo St 7s '66
Sept coupon oft .... 21% 21% 21%
Sao Paulo St 8s 60
July coupon oft 22% 22% 22%
Saxon Pb W 6%e 51 32% 32% 32%
Saxon Pb W 7e 46 . 32V, 32V, 32%
Serbs 8s 62 tsum co 26% 26% 26%
Silesia Elec 6%s'46 . 30V4 30 30V4
Silesia Prov 7s 68 .. 70 70 70
Svdnev 6%s '55 _101% 101% 101%
Tyrol Hy El.7s 62_ 85% 85% 85%
Toklo o%s 61 - 81 80% 80%
Toklo El Lt 6s '68 . 84% 84 84 %
LTn Stl Wk lUi 61 A an aa aa
Urueuav 6s 60 _ 46'% 46 46
Uruguay 6s 6* _ 45% 45% 45%
Vienna 6s '52 May e o 94 94 94
Yokohama 6s'Si 87% 87% 87%
DOMESTIC BONDS.
Adams Exp 4s 48 100 100 100
Attanir Exp «s 47 100% 100% 100%
AlbAS 3%s‘46 rggtd 99% 99V* 99%
Allen combs «« 96% 96 96
Alleg Corp 6s 49- 94 93% 93V*
Alien Corp 6s '60_ 80% 79% 80
Alleg Corp 6s 60 stp. 59 58 58%
Alien Valley 4s 42 .110 110 110
Allied Stores 4%s ‘60 100% 100% 100%
Allis Chaim 4s 46 . 131% 131 131
Am A For Pw 6s 2030 80% 80 80%
Am lee cv as'63 _ 77 77 77
Am 1 G Oh 6%s ‘49— 116% 116 116%
Am Inti 6%s 49_104% 104% 104%
Am Roll Mill 414o '49 132% 131% 132
Am T & T gold 48 ‘86 99% 99% 99%
Am TAT 4*48'39 117% 117% 117%
Am T A T el tr 6s 46 109% 109 109
Am T A T deb 6s '60 113% 113% 113%
Am TAT dab 6s ‘66.. 114% 114 114%
Am TAT 6%a '48 144 113% 113%
Am Type F 6s 40 eta 98 98 98
Am Wat Wks 6s 4* 112% 108% 112%
Am Wat Wks 6s‘76 104 103% 104
Anaconda db 4%s ‘60 104 103% 103%
Anglo Cb Nltr 7s 46 27 27 27
Ann A 1st ex tn 4a '96 80 79% 80
Ark AM B A T 6s 64. 100% 100% 100%
Armour A Co 4 %s '39 104% 104% 104%
ArmrtDell 1st «s 66 97% 97 97
Armstrong Ck 4s ‘60 105% 105% 105%
A TAS Fe ad 4S'!t5 «-t 109% 109% 109%
A TAS Fe gn 4s ‘99... 114% 113% 114
A TAS Fe *%• 49 113 113 113
A TAS FeC A 4%s*62 112 112 112
A TAS F TCSL 4s 68 112% 112% 112%
Atlanta A Blr 4a '88 22 22 22
Atl Coast L 1st 4a 62 100 99% 99%
Atl Coast Lclt 4s 62. 87% 87 87%
AtlCLu&iVfca 04— 87% 87% 87Vy
(
At) Coast L 6s '45- 99% 99% 99%
AtlantirftD lat 4s *48 56 55 55
AtlantlcftD 2d 4a *46. 45 44% 44%
At) Retln deb 6s ’87 105% 105% 105%
Aabura Auto 4%s*39 107 107 107
B ft O tat 4a 48 105% 105% 106%
b A O 4 He <0_ 80% 79% 79%
B ft O lat 6s 48_111 101% 110%
B ft O ref 6a 96 A_ 91% 90% 90%
B A O 6s '98 F _ 89% 88% 89
B ft O ref 6s 2060 D 89% 89 89
P ft O ref 6s '96 C 99% 98% 99
B&O PLE&W V <s*41 103% 103% 103%
B ft O Swn R» '60 103% 103% 103%
BftO Toledo 48 '89 97% 97 97
Bang&Aroos cv 48*51 117% 117% 117%
Bell T of Pa 6a 48 B 120% 120% 120%
Beil T of Pa ba 60 C 129% 128% 128%
Beth Steel 4%a 60 sf 105% 105% 105%
Bos* Me 4%b '61 J„ 89 89 89
Boe ft Me 6s 67 _ 92% 92 92%
Boa N Y A L 4a ‘55_ 29% 29% 29%
Bot Con M 6%a 34 24 24 24
Bklvn Ed la 6a 49 A .. 107 107 107
Bklvn Edls 6s 62 E . 106 105% 106
Bklvn M T 6a 49 A . 105% 105% 105%
Bklvn M T 6s 68 A.. 107 106% 106%
Bklvn Un El 6s 60 .. 114% 114 114
Bklvn Un Gas 6s 46. 120% 120% 120%
Bklvn Un G 6s '67 B 108% 108% 108%
Buff HftP ron 4%s'67 83% 83% 83%
Buff R ft P Es 37 _104% 104% 104%
B C H & N Cl 6s '34 „ 28 28 28
Bush Term cn 'e 66. 65 b4% b4%
Bush T Bidp 's ’80 ._ 66% 66 66%
By-Prod Ch o%s 45.. 98 97% 98
Camag S 7s 42 ctfs - 15% 14% 15%
Can'dian Nt K4%s'61 114 114 114
Can'dian Nt K4%s'66 113% 113% 113%
Can'dian Nt H4%s’67 111% 111% 111%
Can’dian N 5s'69July 116% 116% 116%
lan'dlan pc db4sperp 94 93% 93%
Can'dian Pe4%s 46 104% 104% 104%
Can'dian Po 4 %s 60 103% 103% 103%
Can'dian Pc 6s'44 cf9 114% 114% 114%
Can'd an Pc 6s 64 106'% 106% 106%
Carth A Ad 4s 81 ctd 90 90 90
Cent Dis Tel 6s 43 108% 108% 180%
Cent of Ga con 5s 45. 36% 35% 35V*
Cent of Ga 1st 6s 45 63 63 63
Cent of Ga rf 6%s 69 18% 18% 18%
Cent 11IE AG 6s 61. 101% 101',. 101%
Cent N Eng 48 61 _ 73% 73 73%
Cent of N J 4S 87 91% 91% 91%
Cent of N J gen 6s‘87 102% 102 102
Cent Pac 1st rf 4s '49 107% 107% 107%
Cent Pac 6s '80 99% 99 99
Cent P Th Sh L 4s 64 106% 106% 106%
Cent KII B Ga 6s 37.. 85 85 85
Cert'd deh 5 %s 48 98% 98%- 98%
Champ PAF 4li*'60. 105% 105% 105%
COesap C cv Cl bs 44- 120 119% 119%
Chesap Corn 6s 47_134% 134% 134%
C & O Ken 4 %8 92_123% 123 123%
C&G4%s'93A _ 113% 113 113
Chi & Alt ref 3s 49 .. 52% 50% 52%
Chi B & W gen 4s '6S_. Ill', 111% 111%.
Cht B A y 4%s 77 111% 111% 111%
Cht BA-y 1 dtv 3%s’49 107% 107%. 107%
Chi B A y ref 6s 71._ 115 115 115
Chi A E 111 6s 51 . 20% 20% 20%
Chi A E 111 con 6s '34. 95% 95% 95%
Chi Gri W 4s 69 __ 37 36 36
Chi lnd & L 4s %7_ 44 44 44
Chi l & L etn «t 66.. 26 25% 25%.
Chi ' A L ref 6a 47_ 47 47 47
Chi 1 A L, gen bs 66.. 26% 26% 26%
CMAStP 4s 89 ... 58% 58% 58%
CMAStP gn 4 % 19 C. 62% 62% 62%
C.M&StPbs 7b .. 24% 23% 23%
CM&StPAP ad.15s2000 9 8% 8%
Chi A NW gn 3%s'87 47% 47% 47%
Chi A NW gn 4s 87 _. 03% 53% 53%
Chi A NW 4%s 2037.. 24% 24 24
Ch. A N W 4%s 49_ 16% 16 16
Chi A N W 4\s 87... 54 54 54
Chi A NW gn 6s'87.. 57 56% 56%
Chi & N W rf 6s 2037 . 25b 2»b 25b
C&.NVV Nr VV fi %S 36 58b 58 58
Chi Rys 1st 5s '27_ 75b 75b 75 b
Chi K l&P rt 41 34 19b 19b 19b'
Chi K l&P rf 4s'34 cf 17b 17b 17b
Chi H l&P en 4s 88.. 42b 42 42b
C R l&P 4s '88 reg_ 37b 37", 37 ,
Chi K l&P 4Vis 62_ 21b 21 21b
Chi K l&P 4 Vis 60 .. 11 10b 10b
Chi T H&.-» 1 si 6s 60. 92 92 92
Chi T H&S Inc 6s 60 82 82 82
Chi Un Fla 4S 63 .. Ill 111 111
Chi Ur. Sta 5s 63 B . 107b 107b 107b
Chi & W 1 con 4s 52. 103b 103', 103',
Chi & W I 6 Vis 62_107b 107b 107b
Oniliic&Co6s 43 85b 85 85
Chile Cop deb 5s 47.. 102 102 102
Cln Gas El 4S 68 A . 104b 104b 104b
Cln Un Ier 6s 67 C._ 112b 112b 112b
CCV&StL rf 4 bs'77E 94 b 93b 94b
CCC&Sl LStL dv4s’90 104 104 104
CtV&Stl rf 6s 63 U 101 100b 100b
Clev Cliffs Ir 4 V»a 60 106b 106b 106b
Clev Short L»V2s bl 108V, 108b 108b
Clev Un Ter 4 Vis'77. 93b 99b 99b
Clev Un Ter 6s 73 i4 105', 105 105b
Clev Un Ter 6Vis 72A 109b 109 109
Colo Fuel & Ir 5s 43. 103 103 103
Colo Ind cl tr 6s 3 4*. 66 65b 65b
Colo & So 4 Vis SO 78% 77 77V*
Columbia G * E '’ee
6s 62 April _ 101b 101b 101b
Columbia G & E
6s 52 May ... 101b 101b 101b
Columbia G&E 6s'61 101b 100b 101,
Cornel lnvT6Vis49 111 111 111
Cor Ooal Md rf 6s 50 33b 32b 33
Con Coai Md 6s'5u cts 33 32b 32b
Con Gas N y 4Vis 51 107b 107b 107b
Con Gas N V 6s 57 104b 104b 104b
Con O N V dh 6 bs'45 104b 104b 104',
Consum P un 3 Vis'65 107b 107V* 107'*
Container deb 6s 43 102 102 102
Container 6s 46 103b 103', 103b
Crown Zell 6s 40 ww 103 103 103
Cuts K K 1st 6s 62 58b 58b 58b
Cuba KR 6s 36 . .. 60b 60b 60b
Cuba HR ref 7 Vis'36 62b 62b 62b
Cuba Nor KK 6bs 42 61b 61 61b
Cumb T & T6s 37 .. 103", 103*, 103",
Del & Hud ref 4s 43 89b 88b 88b
I lei & Hud 6 Vis 87 .. 102' , 101b 101%
Den G & E 5s '61_106b 106'.. 106b
Den & K G cn 4s 36.. 38 37b 37",
Den & H G 4Vis 36 .. 37b 37b 37b
Den & K O VV 6s 66 . 17b 16% 17V*
Deu&RGW 6s'65asst_ 16b 16 16
Den & R G r» 5s 78 30b 30 30
Des M&FtD 4s'35efs. 6b 6 6b
Detroit Edls 4a 66 F 110 110 110
Del Edison 4 Vis Bl D 115 115 115
Det Edison 6s '62 .. 108b 108b 108b
East Cuba S 7Vis '27- 18'/* 17b 18V*
Erie cv 4s 63 A__ 89 89 89
Erie cv 4s ’63 B_ 89Vi 89 89
Erie cv 4s '63 D__ 88 88 88
Erie 4s 9b _104V, 104V, 104%
Erie gen 4s'96_—_ 89', 89% 89b
Erie ref 6s B7_ 85b 85% 85%
Erie ret 6s 76_ 85'/* 85 85b
Fed Lt & Tr 6e '42 at. 100b 100b 100b
Fed Lt & Tr 6s 42 . 103 103 103
Fed Lt & Tr 6a 54 B-. 99% 99b 98%
Fla EC Ry 4Vis '69._ 58 56b 58
Fla E C Kv 6a '74 . • 9b 9V* 9b
Fla E C Ry 6s '74 cfs. 8b 8% 8%
9 ran Sue 7 Via'42_ 56 54 56
Gen Cable 6 Vis 47... 104b 104b 104b
Gen oteel C 6 Vie 49 . 95b 94b 95V*
Gen Thee Ea 6s 40 23b 23b 23b
Gen Th Eq6s'40cfs st 23% 23b 23b
Ga & Ala 6s 45_ 20% 20% 20%
Goodrich 6s 46_ 105% 105 105
\ jui>u v i lotn ur u « jv*t % ivtyj
Gotham Silk H 6s '36 100% 100% 100%
Gould Coup 6s 40 83 81% 81%
Gr Tr’k ot Can 6s 36 102% 102% 102%
Gt N R ret 4%s 61 A 109% 109 109'%
Ot N K sen 4%s 76 D 104 103% 103%
Ot N R sen 4%s '77 B 104 103% 103%
Gt N R Ren 6s '73C._ 109% 109% 109%
GtN R6%s 62 B .... 113% 113% 113%
Gt N R Ren 7* '36 A._ 102% 102% 102%
Green Ba.v 6s 62 B .. 12% 12V. 12%
Gulf M * N 6%s 60- 97% 97% 97%
Har Ky-PC 1st 48*64 99 98 98
Hoei R»ft Co 6%s'S4 63% 63% 63%
Hoo Val 4 %s ‘99 .. 118% 118', 118%
Houston 011 6%s'40. 102% 102 102
Hudson Coal 6s'62 .. 47% 46 46%
Hud Co G 1st 6s '49.. 121% 121% 121%
Hud & Man Inc 6s 67 39 38% 38%
Hud ft Man ref 6s '67. 89% 88% 88%
(11 Bell Tel 3Hs '70.. 107% 107% 107%
111 Cent 3 %s 62- 85% 85% 85%
111 Cent coll tr|48 ’62. 88% 87% 87%
111 Cent coll tr 4s 63. 85% 85 85
111 Cent ref 4s'66- 91% 90% 90%
UlCant 446s'66_ 83% 81% 82
111 Cant ref 6s ’66_ 100 99% 99%
111 Cent 6%s ’86- 101% 101% 101%
ICCftStJL NO 4%s '63 87% 86% 86%
ICC&StL NO 6e 63 . 92% 90% 90%
Inland Stl 4%e'78 A. 103 103 103
int R T let rf 6s 66 . 93% 93% 93%
1 R T 1st ref 6s’66cfs 92 91% 91%
Int R T 7e 33 _ 93% 93% 93%
Int R T 7e S3 ctfa_ 91% 91% 91%
Interlske 6s '61 _ 94% 94% 94%
Int Cement 4s 46_131% 129% 129%
Int Grt Nr 6s 62 A ... 45% 44% 45%
in* Gr Nr adj 6s'62A_ 14% 14% 14%
int Hydro El 6s 44_ 54% 54 54%
Int Met Mar 6s 41 .. 79 78% 78%
Int Pap 1st 6s 47 A.. 97% 96% 96%
Int Pap ref 6a '66 .. 85% 85% 85%
Int Ry Of C A 5s'72.. 84% 84% 84%
Int Ry of C A 6s '41.. 95% 95% 95%
IntTftTcv 4 %s '8*. 98 96% 96%
Int T ft T 4%a '53 ... 88 85% 85%
Int T ft T 6s '86 _ 92% 89% 90
Inv Eq 6s 48 B nr ... 100% 100% 100%
Iowa C lst&rf 4s 61. 3% 3 3
James P ft C 4s '8» .. 95 95 95
KanCPSftM 4S-36. 56% 55 55
Kan CFSftUrf4s'36«t 51 5^ 51
Kan C So 1st Ss 60 83% 83% 83%
Kan C Sort in 6s 60. 87% 87 87%
Kan C Ter 1st 4s 80.. 108% 108% 108%
Kbo O * B 4%s '80-.. 105% 105% 105%
Keith 6s '48 _ 96 96 96
Kendall 6%e'48.ww. 104% 103% 104%
Kings County Elea
4s '49 ..106% 106% 106% .
Krusg^ Toun 4s'46... Ill 111 111 I
ijarlede Gas 6s 38 — 101% 101% 101%
Laclede O 6%B 'fiSC- 76% 75 75
Laclede G 6%s'60 D. 76% 76 76
Lautaro Nltr 6s 64.. 25% 25% 25%
Leh C&N 4%s '64 A 103% 103% 103%
L V N ? 1st 4s'46 gtd 79% 79 79%
Leh Val Coal 5s 74 .. 67% 67 67%
Leh Val Har 6s 64 .. 95% 95% 95%
L V N ? 4%e 40 gtd 95 94% 99 ]
Leh V Pa con 4s 2003 58% 57 57% ]
Leh V Pcon4%s 2003 64% 62% 62% .
Leh Val Coal 5s'64— 70% 69% 69%
Ltgg & Myr 6s '61- 123% 122% 123
Llgg & Myr 7s'44_136% 135 135 1
Loew s 6s 41 ... 103% 102% 102T4, 1
Long lsl gen 4s '18— 104% 104V* 104% <
Long lsl ret 4s 49 — 101% 101 101% |
Long lsl deb 6s 37... 101 101 101 ,
Lorrlllard 5s '61 ... 120% 120% 120%
Lorrillard 7s '44 reg-. 132 132 132
La A Ark 6s 69 ... 94% 93% 93% (
Lou G & E 6s 62 A_111% 111% 111% i
LAN unit 48 40_ 109 109 109
l. A N 4 %8 2«K)3 C—— 108% 108% 108%
LA N 6s 2003 B .... 110% 110% 110%
L & N rt 6 % s 2003 105 105 105
L & N So Mon 1t 4s’B2 93 93 93
Manila RR SL 4s 39. »2
Manila HR SL 4s 59. 67% 67% 67%
M'Cro vSb%s'4l (lied 116% 116% 116%
McKess A R 6%s 6U 104 103% 104
Manatl Sug 7 %■ 42 41 38% 40Va
Mariatl Sugar 7%s'4J
ctfs stpd mod 40 38% 4rt
Marlon St Sh 6s '47 -. 88% 88% 88%
Mead Co 6s*45 103% 103 103%
Met Ed 1st rr 4%s'6» 109% 109% 109’',
Mich Cent 4 %s 79 .. 105% 105% 105%
Mid RR N J 6s 40 90% 90% 90%
Mil & Nor con 4 %s’39 84% 84% 84%
Mi' ERAS Lbs 61 104% 104 104% i
Mil E HAS L rf bs 71 104% 104% 104%
Mlr.n A S L rf 4s 49.. 3% 3% 3%
Minn A S L 6s 34 cfs. 8% 7% 8
MSlPASSM cn 4s 38. 43 41% 42%
MStPASSM cn 6s 38. 40 40 40
MStPASSM 6s '38 gt_ 48% 47% 48
MStPASSM 6%s 49.. 27% 27% 27%
MStPASSM 6%s'78 . 92 92 92
MStPASSM rf 6s'46A 36 36 30
Mo K A 1 1st 4s 90_ 88% 87 87
Mo K A T 4s 62 B__ 66'% 66 66
Mo K A T tots 78_ 68% 67% 68
Mo K A T 6s 62 A ... 74% 73% 73%
Mo K A T adl 6s 87— 49 47% 47%
Mo Pao *s '75 _ 14% 14% 14%
Mo Pac 5s '65 A_ 34'j 33% 33%
Mo Pao 5s 77 F_ 33% 33% 33%
Mo Pac 5s "78 G_ 33% 33% 33%
Mo Pac 6s'811 _ 33% 33% 33%
Mo Pao 6 % s 49 A — 11% 10% 11
Mob A Ohio 4 %s '77-. 12% 12% 12%
Mob A Ohio 6s'38_ 14% 14’/* 14%
Mohawk A- M 4s 91._ 95 95 95
Mont Cent f.s 37 ... 105% 105% 105%
Mont Cent 6s '37 reg. 103% 103% 103%
Mont Pwr rel 5s 43.. 106% 106% 106%
Mont Pwr 5s 62 A . 102 101% 101%
Morris A Co 4 %a 39. 104% 104% 104%
Mor A Esx 3%s 2000. 94 94 94
Mor A Esx 4%s'55_ 92% 91 91
Mot A Esx 6s '65_ 97% 97 97%
Namra A Sons 6s 43.. 99 99 99
Nasnv CASt L 4S 7«. 91 90% 90Va
Nassau El 4s bletd. 66% 66% 66%
Nat dairy 6%e 48 .. 103% 103% 103%
Nat Ills Plit« 46 104 104 104
Nat K M lst4s’61 asst 5% 5% 5%
Nat K M 4s '77 asst . 5% 5% 6%
Nat R M i%s 67 asst 5% 5% 5%
Nat Steel 4s '«(. . 1064* 106% 106%
New E TAT 4 %s '61. 123%. 123 123%
New Or P S 6s '62 A.. 93% 93% 93%
New Or P S as 56 B 94 93% 94
New Or Ter 1st 4s '63 92% 92 92',5
New O TAM 1nc5s'35. 30 30 30
New Or TAM 6s 54 B 36 36 36
N Y Cent !»7 101% 100% 100%
N Y Cent 3%s 97 reg 98% 98% 98%
[ N Y cent 48 42 _104% 104% 104% '
1 N Y Cent con 4s 118 . 99% 99%. 99?, 1
N Y Cent rt 4%s 2013 89% 88% 88%
N Y C if 4%s 2013 n. 89% 88% &9%
N Y Cent ret 5s 2013. 95% 95 95%
N Y Cent cv 6s 44 . 118% 117% 117%
N YC Mich C 3 %s '98. 95% 95% 95%
N Y C L SI) 3%s 9*._ 97% 97% 97%
N YCAStL 4 %6 78 ._ 87% 86% 86%
N YCASIL 6%s 74 A. 97 95% 96%
] U1UVCIOS _ IM‘4
*\ Y DocK let 4s 61__ 74T* 73*4 73?»
N ¥ Hock os 38 71% 71V* 71V*
N Y Edison 6s 61 C~ 104% 104V* 104%
N Y Ed rel 6%s 41 ... 108% 108V* 108Vi
NYGEI H&P 4S 49. 114% 114-% 114%
IN Y G El H&P 5s 48. 125V* 125V* 125V*
NYNH&H4S66_ 37V* 37 37
NY NH & H 4S 66_ 37 37 37
NYNH&H4S67_ 26% 26% 26%
NY NH & H 4ViS 67.. 39 39 39
N Y NH&H Cl tr 6s 40 50 50 50
NY NH & H cv 6s 48 39% 39% 39%
NYNH&Hcn4s'65Jan 31 31 31
fiYNH&H cnRy4s f6. 31 31 31
N Y U&W gen 4s 65.. 48% 48 48
N Y U&W ret 4s 92.. 55% 55 55%
N Y Putnam 4s 93 . 93 93 93
N Y &Qns cn 3%s'65. 106 105% 106
i N Y Kvs me 6s 60 . 46 45% 46
N Y Kvs tnc6s'65asst 46% 45% 46
N Y Kys 6s 65 A asd. 103V* 103% 103%
N Y S&W 2d 4%s 37. 78 77 78
N Y S&W 1st rt 6s 37 86 86 86
N Y S&W gen 6s 40.. 70 70 70
N Y Tel gen 4%a 39 111!, Ill 111%
N Y Tr Kk 6a 46 stp._ 95 94 95
N ¥ W & B 4%s 46 . 21 20V* 20%
Norf So 1st rel 6s 61 21 20% 20%
i Norf & VV 1st 4s 96 .. 117% 117% 117%
j North Am CO OB 61 . 105% 105% 105%
North Am Ed 6s 57 A 102!* 102% 102%
North Am Ed 6s 69 C 104 103% 103%
; North Am Ed r %s 63 104 103'% 104
Nor Pac gen 3s 2047.. 81% 81 81
Nor Pao «s 97 _108% 108% 108%
Nor n Pac 4%s 2047.. 102% 102 102
Nor n Pac 6s 2047 D__ 107% 107 107V4
Nor Pac 6s 2047 .. Ill 111 111
Nor n St P lst5s,41A. 105'% 105 105
Nor’n St P 6s 41 B__. 105% 105% 105%
Ogden UC 48 48 39 38% 39
Ohio Pub Src 7a 47.. 112% 112% 112%
Ore W K K & N 4s 61 107V* 107% 107%
Otis Steel 63 41_ 102% 102% 102%
Pac Coast 6s 46_ 73 *3 73
Pacific Uas&El 4S'64. 107% 107% 107%
Pac U & E 68 42 ... 103', 103% 103%
Pac T&'l ret 5s 62 . 108% 108% 108%
Pan-Am P C 6s 40 ct. 49 49 49
Par-Bway6%s 61... 57% 57% 67%
Param t Pic 6s 6b . 94V* 93% 93%
Park-Hx 6%s 63 cts. 40% 40% 40%
Parmelee 6s 44 _ 61% 61% 61%
PennUlileCbs 41... 96 96 96
Penn O & D 4 Vis 77.. 105'% 105% 105%
Penn P & L 4%s 81.. 107 106% 106%
Penn RJ{ con 4s 43._ 112 111% 112
Paun H K 4a S3 _ 103 102% 103
Penn KK 4%s '81 D- 109% 109V, 109'%
Penn KK 4%s 84 109'% 108 109%
Penn KK con 4%s '60 120!, 120% 120!*
Penn KK go 4%s 65 112% 112% 112'%
Penn RR db 4 Via '70 103% 103% 103%
Penn RK 6s 64 .. 105“* 105% 105%
Penn RR gen 6s 68.. 119 118% 119
Peo‘3 L.&C rt 6s 47.. 109% 109% 109%
Peoria & E 1st 4s 40. 91% 91'% 91%
Peoria & E lno 4a 90. 15 15 .15
Pere Mara 1st 4s 66-. 94% 94% 94%
PereMaro4ViS 80... 97% 97% 97%
Phlla Co 6s 67 _105% 105% 105V4
Phlla El Co 4s '71_107% 107% 107%
Phlla El Co 4 Via 67.. 108% 108% 108%
Phlla & K C & 1 bs 73 52% 52 62
Phlla & K C & 1 6s 49 32 31 31%
Philippine Ky 48 37> 30% 30% 30%
Pilisbury FI M 6s 48. 108 108 108
PCC&StL 4V4S '77 u-. 109 109 109
Port A C&U 6s'63 A- 98 97T4 98
Port A C&D Ss 62 B.. 97 97 97
Port Oen El 4 Vis 80 . 75% 74% 74%
Porto Rico A T 6s 42. 80 79% 79%
Postal 1 el & C 6s '68- 37% 37 37%
PubSEl&G4s 71_ 108 108 108
PureOll «V48 '60.121 120V4 120%
Purity Bak 6a '48 —- 100V4 100 100%
Reading Jer C '61- 100% 99% 99%
Reading K 4 Via 01 A 108 107% 108
Hem K 5%e »f « nz-n
Rem-R 5 % s’47 A xw.. 112% 112% 112%
Republic Sti 4 448 60 123 122 122%
Republic Stl 6 448 64 109 10841109
Revere Cop 4 448'56— 106 104% 104%
Richfield <JU 6e 44 .. 41% 41 41
Richfield O 68 44 cf8- 404* 39 39
RIO G W COl 48 49 A- 61 51 51
Roch G&E 644 S 48_106% 105% 105%
R 1 AAL 1st 4 448 :84~ 19 19 19
Rutland Can 4s 49 .. 39% 39% 39%
Rutland RR 4 44a 41. 41 41 41
St Jo Ry L TAP 68*37 104% 104% 104%
St L IM&S K&G 48'SS 79% 78% 78%
St L P&NW 68 48 __ 49% 49 49%
St L K M & P 68 66._ 86 86 86
St L-S F 48 60 A — 21% 21% 21%
St L-S F 4a '60 A eta- 19% 19% 19%
St L-S F 4448'78 ... 20% 20 20%
St L-S F 4 448'7tcf Bt 18 18 18
St L-S F 6s '50 B _ 22% 22 22
SfLSW 181 48 89_ 89% 88% 89%
St L S W 3d 48 '89 . .. 64% 64% 64%
St L S W gn rf 6s '90. 39 38% 38%
St L SW 1st ter 6a'68. 67H 57% 67%
St P Ct R C 5a '87_101% 101% 101%
KPKC8L 4%8'41. 23% j23% 23%
t r*l 11*1% ■ ■ ■ IATAIIA
PAYS HUGE SUM,
.. I
■mployes Receive More <
Than $11,000,000 in Cash
and Common Stock.
ly the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 24.—Alfred
>. Sloan, jr., president of General
Motors Corp., anounced today that
nore than $11,000,000 in cash and
3eneral Motors common stock has
>een distributed to American and
Canadian employes in the annual
lisbursement under the corporation’s
mployes’ savings and investment
ilan.
The distribution, the second larg
ist in 11 years, provides an average
>f $438 to each employe participating,
,he largest amount permitted being
5691 in cash and securities.
Of the $11,000,000 total, it was
stated, $4,800,000 represented savings
raid in by workers during 1930 and
he balance of $6,200,000 represented
nterest and motors common stock
■esulting from the corporation’s con
tribution under the plan.
The 1930 class was the twelfth that
pas matured, it was declared, and
here was paid into these classes, as
i whole, by employes participating in
he maturities, about $33,500,000, while
he amount distributed in settlement
imounted to more than $108,400,000.
It was pointed out that each em
ploye who in 1930 saved $25 a month,
he $300 maximum allowed, received
in the present instance the original
5300 plus 4.9 shares of common stock
laving a market value of $279 as of
December 31, 1935, and interest of
$112, which was at the rate of 6 per
cent a year.
CANADIAN EXPORTS GAIN
UNDER NEW U. S. PACT
By the Associated Press.
OTTAWA, February 24.—For the
First month’s operation of the Canada
United States trad^ agreement, total
exports from this country to the
United States rose by $2,601,000, or
15 per cent, over the exports to the
United States for January. 1935, a
report issued today by the Dominion
Bureau of Statistics disclosed.
Last month’s exports amounted in
value to $20,130,000, compared with
517.529.000 for January last year.
Imports from the United States also
increased. Last month they were
valued at $26,285,000, against $23,
157.000 a year ago.
-•
BIG GAIN DISCLOSED
IN STOLEN COAL TOTAL
By the Associated Presi.
NEW YORK, February 24—The
Anthracite Institute announced today
that a total of 3.607.600 tons of stolen
coal was taken from Pennsylvania
mines last year, representing an 18
ner rent increase over the coal taken
illegally in 1934.
The institute’s survey revealed that
during 1935 the stolen coal began to
be trucked into New England.
In the same period, the percentage
of legitimate coal hauled by truck
from coal fields of eastern Pennsyl
vania declined 38 per cent.
-•-—
Pere Marquette Railway—January
surplus after charges were $178,552
vs. $105,057 in January, 1935.
High. Low. 2:55.
St P Un Dep ref 6s'72 119% 119% 119%
San AAA Pas* ♦» 42 98% 98% 98%
San An Pb 8 6s 52 A 110% 110% 110%
Schulco 6%s 46A etp 65 65 65
Scioto C&N E 48'89 . 117% 117% 117'!.
Seabd A L ref 4s 59 8% 8% 8%
Seabd A L rf 4s’69efs 8 8 8
Seabd A L 6s 45 A .. 11% 41% 11%
Seabd A L be 45 of a. 10% 10% 10%
Shell Pipe L 6s 62 -- 103% 103', 103%
Shell Un Oil 6s 47 . 102% 102% 102%
Sierra A S F P 6s’49. 112 112 112
Skelly Oil 4s 51 _ 98% 98% 98%
Skellv Oil 6 %s 89 — 101% 101% 101%
Socony Vac 3 Ha 60 . 105% 105'% 105V*
So Bel) TAT 6s 41 — 106% 106% 106%
So °olo Pwr Bs 47 A. 105 105 105
So & Nor Ala 5s'36101% 101% 101%
So Pac col 4s 49 —__ 92% 92 92
So Pac ref 4s 55-..— 104% 104% 104%
So Pa c 4 % a 68_92% 91% 92’,.
So Pac 4H* 69 ______ 91% 91 91%
So Pac 4 Ha ’ll_ 91% 90% 90%
So Pac Ora 4%s '77 . 98 97% 98
So Pao S F Ter 4s ’60 . 108% 108 108
So Ky cm 4a 65 A -- 6719 67% 67%
So Ky 6a 94 _101 100% 100%
So Ry een 6a '6C _ ._ 84% 83% 83'i
So Ry St D di v 4a ’51 _ 88' a 88% 88%
Southern Ry 6%a’66 87% 8714 87%
So Rv M A O 48 ’*» 76% 76 76%
S W Bell Tel 3%a ’64. 107% 107 107%
Stevens Hotel 6a’45. 24% 24% 24%
Studabaker ov (s '45. 109% 105% 108
Swift A Co 844a'60— 106% 106% 106%
Tenn Cant 6a 47 . — 93% 93 93
Tenn El Pw 6s '47 A— 99 98 98
Term As St L4a'58._ 108% 108% 108%
Texarkana 6Ha ’50._. 102 101% 101%
Tex Com cv 6a 44—_. 104% 104', 104%
Tex A Pac 6a'77 B_103% 103% 103%
TexAPao 6a ’79 C _ 104% 104% 104%
TexAPac 1st 6s 2000- 121% 121% 121%
Third A> rat 4a '*0 70% 69% 69%
Third A ad in as 6a’60 43 41 41%
Tol A Ohio C 344 a «0 104 104 104
Tol St LAW «s’60 ._ 99% 99% 99%
Truax 'i C 6Ha ’48— 98 98 98
Trumbnll Stl 6a 40 . 101% 101% 101%
Un El LA P6%s'64. 106% 106% 106%
Un Oil of Cal 4a ’47 ._ 122% 122% 122%
Un Pac 1st 4s’4t_ 113% 113% 113%
rv- .a-- a- HV4 1.. 1
Un Pac lat rf 4a 2008 109% 109% 109%
Un Pac 4%s '87_106% 106 106%
Unt Drun 6a ‘68 .... 101% 101% 101%
Unit Biscuit 6s*60_ 108 107% 107%
U S Rubber 6s 47 .. 105% 105 105
Unlv Pine A R 6s‘86. 89 39 39
Utah LAT6e*44 A— 98% 98% 89%
Utah P A L 6a "44_ 99% 98% 98%
Util P A L 6%• '4*... 70 68% 70
Vanadium ov 6a "41 - 94 93% 93%
Ver Sur 1st 7e 43 cfs 15% 15% 16%
V CAP 1st 4M>s,84 as. 5 5 5
Va BAP 1st ref 4s*66. 107% 107% 107%
Va Mid een 6a *36_100% 100% 100%
Va Ry 4 %s 62 B .... 103% 103% 103%
Va Rv 1st 6a 02 A_110% 110% 110%
Va S W con 6s '52_91% 90% 91%
Wahash«%s7* .. 37 35 37
Wabash 4%s 78etfl~ 32% 32% 32%
Wabash 1st 6s ‘18_103% 102% 103%
Wabash 2d 6s *29_ 96% 96 96%
Wabash 6s *76 B_ 36 36 36
Wabaah 6a ‘SO D_ 36 36 36
Wabash 6%s'76 ... 37 36% 36%
Wabaah Om 8%s'41_. 69 69 69
Walworth 4s ’55_ 82% 81% 82
Warner Bros ca 6a *89 96 95 96
Warren Br cv Os '41.. 68% 68 58%
Warran Br 6s*4l rets. 58 57% 68
W Sh 1st 48 2061 eta. 95% 95 95%
West'n Md 1st 4s '68. 100 99% 99%
Wesfn Md 6%s‘77 108 108 108
WestnNYAP KB 4s’43 108% 108% 108%
WestnN YAP lst6a'37 103% 103% 103%
West'n Pac 6s'46 A - 41 40% 40%
West'n Pae 6s46A as. 39 39 39
Weat'n Un 4%s 60 106 106 106
Weat'n Un cl tr 6s'88. 106% 106% 106%
West'n Un 6s ‘61_ 106 105% 105%
West'n On 6s 10_ 107 106% 106%
Weat’n Un 6%s 86 — 102% 102% 102%
Wheel Steel 4%s '68. 102% 102% 102%
Wheel Steel 4%s '66.. 101% 101% 101%
Whites M 6a'40 ...: 96 96 96
W Sp 80 eon 7s*86 ct. 26% 26% 26%
W SpStl 1st 7s '36et 26% 26% 26%
Wilkes BAD 1st 6s'«l 65% 65% 65%
Willmar S F 5s 40— 107 107 107
Wilson A Co 4s'66_101% 101% 101%
WIs C 1st Kn 4s '49 .. 21% 21% 21%
Wis C SAD tar 4s '80. 12% 12% 12%
Younstn SAT 6S-70B 106 105% 105%
Youngtn SAT 6s'79A. 105^105% 105%
*
Ireasury Program
Likely to Be Bared
Around March 1
ly th« AuacUted Pres*.
NEW YORK, February 24.—Finan
cial .quarters are looking to Mr. Mor
tenthau for the next important (
Washington development. Methods to ’
>e followed for meeting the Treas
iry’s March and April maturities and
;he veteran bonus are expected to be
mtlined by the Treasury in an an
nouncement around March 1. ,
United States Government bonds
have given no hint of any concern
that the Treasury will depart from
the "orthodox” course in raising the
needed funds.
They have shown an even and
stable tone, with occasional trace of
strength since Mr. Morgenthau gave
notice a few weeks ago that the
Treasury had no intention of going
afield from the established financing
methods.
EGG PRICES UP
Warmer Weather Brings
Drop of 8V2 Cents a Dozen.
Butter Also Sags.
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO. February 24.—Egg prices
tumbled 8 cents today, the sharpest
break in the market veteran traders
said they recalled.
Warmer weather, stimulating the
flow of eggs from country to market,
prompted the decline.
‘ Spot eggs were selling around 22^
to 23 '/a cents a dozen, compared with
30 to 32 on Friday. Receipts totaled
17.325 cases.
During the prolonged cold weather
egg prices scored spectacular gains be
cause of greatly reduced production
8nd crippled transportation facilities
keeping market receipts at a mini
mum.
Butter prices also dropped back
rather sharply. Cash butter was 1 to
1 \ cents lower, with extras selling
at 35’i cents, compared with 37 cents
last week, the highest in six years.
i'ie.w lunft, reuruary it i/r/.—
Egg quotations in the New York mar- !
ket declined from 2 to 3'i cents a
dozen today, with standard and com
mercial standard firsts down about 3
cents to 33 cents a dozen.
Today’s decline brought the price
of standard and commercial standard
firsts down 6 cents a dozen from the
recent high of 39 cents a dozen 10
days ago.
Buttter sagged 1% to 2 cents a
pound, with the price of extras, 92
score, down l-\ cents to 36 cents a
pound.
Trade circles said weakness in both 1
markets was attributable to expecta
tions of more liberal receipts on
warmer weather in the West.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO, February C4 i-F (United
States Department of Agriculture).—Hogs
19.000 including o.ooo direct unevenly
steady to 15 lower; too 10.40; bulk. 180
pounds. 10.25a40: 250-325 pounds,
P. 4 5a 10.25: better grade. 140-170 pounds,
largely 10.00a25; best sows. ju>0.
Cattle. 10,000’ calves. 2.000: fed steers
and yearlings very dull; run excessive: few
early sales 25 lower; prospects, 25a50
down: dressed beef market very sluggish;
run largely steers with medium grades
predominating: parly top weighty steers.
10.50: little here of quality and condition
to sell above 0.50. but prospective top
around 11.00: cows. 15a25 low’ler; heifers
25 dow’n; bulls, weak: vealers. 50 down:
stockers and feeders dull. 25 or more
lower on meaty, weighty kinds.
Sheep. 11.000: fat lambs opening mod
erately active: bulk steady to weak; spots.
10al5 lowei: good to choice fed West
erns. 0.75a 10.00: best held above 10.15;
native ewes steady. 4.00a5.25 top West
ern ewes 5.35: as yet little done on scat
tered yearlings and feeding lambs; indi
cations steady.
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