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' JAPANESE BONDS
U. S. Government Obliga
tions Gain, but Corporates
* Arelrregular.
Bond Averages
20 10 10 10
Rails. Indus. Util. Por n.
Net change. —.2 Unc. +.1 —.2
Today, noon 93.3 103.7 101.4 71.1
Previous day 93.5 103.7 101.3 71.3
Month ago.. 91.1 103.2 101.9 70.9
Year ago... 82.5 95.1 88.5 69.7
1936 high... 94.3 104.1 102.3 71.4
9 1936 low._ 86.9 102.4 99.3 69.6
1835 high... 87.8 102.2 99.8 70.4
1935 low_ 76.4 92.2 84.5 65 5
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. 111.4
Month ago 110.8 Year ago. 109.9
1936 high. 111.5 1938 low . 110.2 *
1935 high. 110.7 1935 low.. 107.9
1928 high. 104.4 1932 low 86.8
(Coinnlled by the Associated Press)
By the Associated Press.
; NEW YORK, February 26.—Japanese
obligations broke sharply in the bond
market today in response to the po
litical disturbances in Tokio. United
States Government loans were up and
corporate issues irregular.
Liquidation knocked Japanese 6'As
down more than 3 points, while the
5! 28 were off about 2 points. Selling
in this sector was contagious and
quickly hit Japanese corporate obliga
tions also. The Great Consolidated
Electric Power of Japan 7s were off
around 2 points and the 6s were
down about 3.
In the United States Treasury list
the 27*s, the representative loan in
this group, ran up approximately
4/32ds. Home Owners' Loan 2:l«s were
in good demand, leading the advance
in the Government-guaranteed di
vision.
Medium and low priced rail liens
were soft again today, a handfull sag
ging a point or so. including Baltimore
& Ohio 4>2S. St. Paul 5s, Erie 5s, Mis
souri Pacific 5s and Southern Pa
cific 4'is.
\ _ _
TEN BUSSES ORDERED
BY CAPITAL TRANSIT
By th# Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 26.—Ameri
can Car & Foundry Motors Co., a sub
^ eidiary of American Car & Foundry
Co., has received orders for five motor
coaches from the Transit Co. of
Harrisburg and for 10 from the Cap
ital Transit Co.
INVESTING COMPANIES
NEW YORK. February 20 (#>.— New York
Security Dealers' Association:
'Noon quotation*.*
Bid. Asked.
Admin Fd 2d Inc-10.7!* 17.86
Am Gen Eq Inc--- 1.69 121
Am Business tfhrs-1.1.» 1.2o
Am Ins Stocks_ 4.66 4. <5
Basic Industry- 4.65 -----
Bullock Fund_- 17.2«> 18. <6
Corporate Trust_-_ 2.73 -
Corporate Trust A A_-*- 2.51 -
i Corp Tr A A mod-- 3.15 -
* Corp Tr Ac cum Ser — -- 2.51 -
Corp Tr Acc Mod_ 3.15 -
Cumulative Tr Sh..^- 5.66 --
Depos Bk Sh N Y A"_ 2.43 2.70
Depot Ins Shrs A _- 4.26 _
Diversified Tr C_ 4.45 4.8n
Dividend Shrs _ 1.63 1.75
Equity Corp S3 pf_ 46.56 44.50
Fidelity Fund Inc __25.59 27.57
First Boston Corp _ 49.25 50.75
Fixed Trust Sh A_ 11.99 _
Fixed Trust Sh B_10.09 _
Fund Investors Inc_22.28 24.38
Fund Tr EJhrs A_ 5.72 6.38
Fund Tr Shrs B_ 5.44 -
Group Sec Agriculture_ 1.73 l .ss
Group Sec Automobile_ 1.47 1.60
Group Sec Building_ 1.98 2.14
Group Sec Chemical__ 1.51 1.64
Group Sec Food_ 1.11 1.21
Group Sec Merchandise_ 1.13 1.23
Group Sec Mining_ 1.44 1.57
Group Sec Petroleum_- 1.32 144
t Group Sec R R Equip- 1.21 1.32
’ Group Sec Steel_ 1.60 1.74
Group Sec Tobacco_ 1.30 1.42
Incorn Investors_-_ 22.06 23.72
Jnv Tr N Y Coll "A"_ 6.125 _
Investors Fd "C" Inc_ 98.36 100.34
Investors Fund of Am_ 1.06 1.16
Major Shrs Corp__ 2.875 -
Maryland Fund_ 18.89 20.43
Mass Invest Tr_ 25.16 27.35
Mutual Invest _ 1.58 1.73
Nation Wide Sec_ 4.58 4.68
Nation Wide Sec vtc_ 1.69 1.84
N Y Bk Tr Shrs_ 3.50 _
North Am Bond Tr ctfs_ 82.125 86.875
Nor Am Tr SJhares__ 2.59 -
Nor Am Tr Sh 1055_^ 3.35 _
Nor Am Tr Sh 135ft_ 3.71 _
Nor Am Tr Sh 1358_ 3.35 _
Plymouth Fund Inc_ 1.01 1.17
Quarterly Income Sh_. 1.53 1.08
Selected Am Sh_ 3.50 -
Selected Am Sh Inc_ 1.55 1.70
Selected Cumul Sh_ 8.07 _
Selected Income Sh ._ 4.75 -
Snencer Trask Fund_ 13.52 20.70
Stand Am Tr Shrs_ 3.75 4.00
ftand Util Inc_ so .33
uper of Am Tr A_ 3.72 _
Super of Am Tr AA_ 2.53 _
Super of Am Tr B_ 3.07 -
Super of Am Tr BB_ 2.53 -
Super of Am Tr C_ 7.10 _
Super of Am Tr D_ 7.10 -
Supervised Shrs_ 1.04 1.80
Trust Fund Shrs_ 4.25 4.55
Trustee Stand Inv C_ 2.83 _
Trustee Stand Inv D_ 2.78 _
> Trusteed Am Bk ‘‘B”_ 1.07 1.14
■* Trusteed Industr* Sfhrs. ... 1.38 1.53
Trusteed N Y Bk Shrs... 1.51 1.70
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
vmvnvjv. tcuiuoi.i .w -/t'.-1 uunw,
live 9 trucks: firm Hens. 5 pounds and
less. 23: more than 5 pounds. •Iti'/i; Leg
horn hens. 19. Plymouth and White Rock
Springs. 25: colored. 24: broilers. 23: Leg
horn chickens 18: roosters. 17: turkeys.
ISa’i."; heavy white ducks. 24: small. 22;
heavy colored ducks 23: small. 21: geese
19: capons. 7 pounds up. 26; less than
7 pounds. 25.
Dressed turkeys steady: prices un
changed.
Potatoes. 104: on track. 375: total U. 8.
{moments 877: Colorado McClures firm,
daho Russets steady slightly firmer under
tone. other stock about steady; aupplies
liberal, demand moderate for Western
stock, slow for Northern whites; sacked per
cwt.’ Idaho Russet Burbanks. L. S. No 1.
1,0-80: U. S No. 2 1.50-60; Wisconsin
round whites. U S. No 1. 1.20; Michigan
, Russet Rurals. U S No. 1. 1.25; Green
Mountains. U. S. No. 1. 1.42‘A: North Da
kota Red River section Bliss Triumphs. U.
S No. 1. 1.25: Minnesota Cobblers. U 8.
No 1. 1.25; Colorado McClures. II. 8 No.
l 1.5,Vj-75: Nebraska and Wyoming Bliss
Triumphs. U. S. No. 1. and partly graded.
1.35-40.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO. February 26 iflb (C. S. Dept,
of Agriculture).—Hogs. 10,000. including
-.000 direct: steady to 10 lower than
Tuesday's average: top. 10.25: bulk. 180
s50 Pounds. 10.00a20: 250-310 pounds. ,
2'25al!! better grade. 140-170 pounds
B.OSalO.OO: few 10.10; most sows. 9.00a25
Cattle. 6.000: calves. 1.500: fed steers
;nd yearlings strong to 25 higher; gen
*£.*.! tr*de more active; lower grade steera
jelling at 7.60 downward ahowing full ad
vance: replacement buyera giving sillers
considerable competition for such kinds:
better grade weighty bullocka wanted tn
shipper account: most early sales 7 25a
10 00: choice offerings held above 11.00;
firmer undertone in she stock and buns:
sizable supply of meaty weighty steers on
country account at 7.00a45; beat veaiers
around 0 00.
Sheep 7.000: fat lambs opening slow:
most sales around 15 lower; quality con
sidered: some bids 25 off: sheep about
steady: early top lO.on on choice lambs
to packers: moat trading around 0.75w85:
load deatrable Western ewes. 4 25: scat
tered ewes. 4.5f)a5.26: feeding lambs .
Official estimated receipts tomorrow:
Cattle. 6.000; hogs. 14.000; sheep. 0.11OO
, FOREIGN EXCHANGES.
NEW YORK. February 26 Dpi.—Foreign ‘
exchange easy; Great Britain in dollars. ,
others in cents. Great Britain, demand.
4.99: cables. 4.09: 60-day bills. 4.98. 1
France, demand. 6.67: cables. 6.67. Italy, t
demand 8.03: cables. 8.03. ,
Demands—Belgium. 17.02; Germany. ,
free, 40.63: reg. tourist. 25.00; reg. com- ‘
merctal. 23.25; Holland. 68.62: Norway. J
25-07: Sweden 25.73; Denmark. 22.28: ,
Finland. 2.22: Switzerland. 53.01: Spain. .
13.83: Portugal. 4*44i: Greece. 90s 1
Poland. 19.15; Czechoslovakia. 4.20; Yugo- >
slavia. 2.32: Austria. 19.05n: Hungary, t
29.8Sn: Rumania. .80: Argentina. 33.27ns .
Brawl. 8.5Pn: TokltJ. 28.87; Shanghai. d
.30.30: Hongkong 33.10: Mexico City, t
427.85: Montreal in New York. lOO.OOVsfti i
fSew York in Montreal. 99.93*4. TV
"n—Nominal. j-' •
———■———^—*—*^»——————————«—————■——■—mtm+mmm——*——m——d————
BONDS ON N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
By private wire direct to The Star.
TREASURY.
High. Low. 2:55.
35(81945-4T___. 1022 1021 1022
f&e 1955 60— 101 100 PO 101 *
3, 1946-48_ 103 30 103 27 103 30
S, 1051-66 _ 10319 10318 10319
31*8 1946-49_ 104 27 104 27 104 27
3V.8 1949-68_ 104 28 104 28 104 28
t % , 1941 _ 108 24 10823 108 23
15(8 1944-46 _ 10617 10617 10617
3548 1940-43 Jun, 10816 10815 10815
35(8 1946 66_11014 11014 11014
48 1944-64_l1212 11210 11210
FEDERAL FARM MORTGAGE.
25(8 1942-47_1018 1018 1018
.,,047 _ 102 26 102 26 120 26
18 1949—_ 1025 1021 1021
HOME OWNER8' LOAN.
2%s 1942-44_ 100 26 100 20 100 26
254, 1989-49_ 100 24 10022 10022
1, 1953-_ 10127 10127 10127
FOREIGN BONOS.
High. Low 2:66.
Ahttlbl PaAPw 6a '6* 45% 44% 45%
Adriatic El 7a’K2—57% 67% 57%
Agr Mtg Bk Col 6a
’47 Febr cou oa— 20 20 20
Akershua 6a 63 —. 100 100 100
Antloaula 7a'46 A... 9% 9% 9%
Antloaula 7a '46 B—_. 9% 9% 9%
Antloaula 7a '45 O_- 9% 9% 9%
Antwerp 6a’53 .... 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6a'6* B— 98% 98% 98%
Argentine 6s 69 June 98% 98% 98%
Argentine fls '69 Oct 98% 98% 98%
Argentine 6s '60 May 98% 98% 98V.
Argentine 6* -60 Sept 98% 98% 98%
Argentine 6s'60 Oct. 98% 98% 98%
Australia 4%s '66-.-. 100% 100 100
Australia 6a '66—106% 105% 105%
Australia 6s'67_105% 105% 105%
Austrian 7a ‘67....— 96% 96% 96%
p.i.fnm *RR _109% 109% 109%
Belgium 6 4* ’49_1094 1094 1094
Belgium 7a'65_1164 1164 1164
Belgium 7s'66 —_1094 1094 1094
Berlin Eleo 6s "65 --- 284 284 284
Berlin Elec 6Ha‘61 „ 324 324 324
Rerlln Elec 6U*‘59 294 294 294
Berlin El Rv 6H»‘66. 33 33 33
Rol'vla 7a '61__ 8 8 8
Bolivia 7a 69 8 74 74
Brazil 64* '28-'67- 274 274 27V«
Brazil 7a‘62_ 27 27 27
Rraz'1 8s .1 _ 314 314 314
Brisbane 6s ‘60..____ 1034 1034 1034
Brisbane 6s ‘67_ 98 974 98
Brisbane 6s 68 ... 984 984 984
Buenos A 44s‘7 6 Auf 59 59 59
Buenos A C6H* 66.. 974 974 974
Buenos A 6s'61 Pv .. 754 754 754
Buenos A Ss'61 81 Pv 614 604 61
BuenosA«4s‘61stPv. 604 604 604
Bulgaria 7a '67
Julv coupon off__ 15 15 15
Caldas 74* 46 _ 104 104 104
Carlsbad 8s '54 _ 44 44 44
Canada 2 4s ‘45_ 984 984 984
Canada 4a 60_1084 1084 1084
Canada Bs'52_1144 1144 1144
Chile 6a '60 _ 144 144 144
Chile 6s'61 Jan_ 144 144 144
Chile 6 . 61 Eebr_ 144 144 144
Chile 6s 61 Sept_ 144 144 144
Chile 6s'62_ 144 144 144
Chile 6s 63_ 144 144 144
Chile 7*'42 . — 154 154 154
Chile Mte Bk 6s '62 . 13 1.3 1.3
Chile Mte Bk 6Hs‘6T 13 124 13
Cologne 6 4*‘50 274 274 274
Colombia 6*'61 Jsn.. 2.34 234 23*.
Colombl 6s 61 Oct— 234 234 234
Col Mte Bk 7s 47 .. 184 184 184
Copenhagen 4'A*'58 - 924 92 92
Copenhagen 6s‘68_ 97 97 97
Cordoba 7s 67 *tnd._ 474 474 474
Costa Rica 7s 61 A
Mav coupon on_ .334 33 3.3
Cubs 64s 45 . 474 464 47
Cund’smarrs 64s’B9 114 114 114
Czechoslovakia Ss ‘61 105 105 105
Denmark BUs'66.”.’ 101%% 101 101%
Denmark 6s'42 105% 105% 105%
Deu Bk 6s'35 ct stnd 47% 47% 47%
Dominic 2d BUs'40 . 67 67 67
Dresden 7s'45_ 30% 30% 30%
Estonia 7s '67___ 95 95 95
Finland 6%s B6 103 102% 102%
Framerlr In 7%s 42 106% 106% 106%
French Oov 7* 49 182%- 181% 182%
Oer f PM It 31 33% 33% 33%
Oer C Bk ABs'fft July 34% 34% 34%
Oer r Bk A 6s '60 Oct 32% 32% 32%
Oer Oen El 7s’45 . 32% 32% 32%
Oer Oov BUs’65 «rnd 28 27% 27%
Oer Prov A fhty Rk
conAg6%s'B8 „ 37 36% 37
Oer Rep 7s '49 slpd 37% 37% 37%
Ort Rr A Ir BUs'*7 107 107 107
Ort C El Jsd 6%s'B0 88% 88 88%
Ort r El Jsp 7s '44 . 94 93 93
Harp Min 6s 49 ww._ 36%. 36' . 36%
Heidelberg 7%s 50.. 24% 24% 24%
Itelv 7b '61 _ 67% 64 65%
Ital P U Crd 7s '52_ 54 53 53
Japan BUs'65 _ 84% 83% 84%
Japan 6%s'54 _ 95% 93 95%
KreuATnll fis’B9A efs 33% 33% 33%
Lelpsiz 7s 47 _ 31% 31% 31%
Lombard El 7s'B2.„. 50% 50 50%
Medellin 6Us '64_ 9% 9% 9%
Mend Elec 7s S7 A_ 54 53% 53%
Max 4s'10-'4B asst__ 6% 6% 6%
Mex af 6s 4Sasst__ 10% 10%" 10%
Me* 6s 'S3 asst lee_ 7% 7 7
Me* 6» '33 asst *m 7% 7% 7%
Mlac Mill Mch 7s'56 29% 29% 29%
Milan 6 Us '62 56 55% 55%
Montevideo 7e '62 50% 50% 50%
New So Wales 6s'S7 102% 102% 102%
Nor Oer Lid 6s'47new 55% 55% 55%
Norway fie'63 _ 103% 103% 103%
Norway BUs'66__ 102 100% 100%
Norway 6s '48__ 107% 107% 107%
Norway 6s 44___106% 106% 106%
Norway 6s'62 ... .. 100% 100% 100%
Norw Hv El 6Us'B7. 100% 100% 100%
Nuremberg 6s ’62 26% 26% 26%
Orlantal Dev 6%* '68 79% 79% 79%
Oriental Dev 6s '62 . 83% 81 82%
Oslo O A E Bs '63 ... 103 103 103 *
Panama Bs 63 i 82 82 82
Pans Orl Rv BUs '6* 133% 133% 133%
Paui'sta Rv 7a '42_ 60 60 60
Peru 6a 60__ 15%. 16% 15%
Peru 6s 61__ 15% 15% 15%
Peru 7s '69 _ 17% 17% 17%
Poland 6s '40 _ 80 80 80
Pnrto Alegre Ss '61
June coupon off_ 18% 18% 18%
Prussia 6s 52 . 27% 27% 27%
Rhine W El P 6s BS.. 32% 32% 32%
Rio de Jan 6%s 'it
Ans Aonnnr nff 1 A*i 1AV.
Rto Or do Sut|7e 'ft
Ma* coupon oft 19 19 19
Rto Or do Sul fa '4f
April coupon off ..J 24 24 24
RomefUe’52 _ 56% 55 56
Rotterdam 6* ’64_118 118 118
Rumania 7a'!»
Aue coupon off 26% 26 26
3ao Paulo St fa ‘ft
Julv coupon off ... 17% 17 17%
tao Paulo St 7a 40_ 89% 89% 89%
tan Paulo St 7a ’ll
Sept coupon off . 21% 21% 21%
taxon Ph W 'll 32% 32% 32%
taxon Pb W 7a '46 . 32% 32% 32%
terba la 62 unm e o 26% 25% 25%
tbln'an El P f %a‘5* 86% 86% 86
llleala K1ee6%e,46 29% 29% 29%
tlleela Prov 7a 61 70 69% 70
ralwan Elec fUa "71 81 81 81
robe El Pw 7a *66_ 95 94 94
roklo 6a 62 _ 76% 75 75
roklo (Ha 61 _ 80% 77% 79%
roklo El M «a ’62_81% 79 81%
rollma 7a 47 _11% 11% 11%
rvrol Hv El 7a 52_ 85% 84% 84%
Hlea wa E P 7a'45 . 95 95 95
In Sti Wk «%a’51 C. 33 33 33
trueuav 6a 60 _. 46% 46% 46%
Jrueuav la '64 _ 46% 46% 46%
iMenna 6e'62 Marco 92% 92% 92%
Varna w 7a 5* 68% 68% 68%
Wantphal El P la *1* 32% 32% 32%
fokohama la 'll 86% 84 84%
DOMESTIC BONDS.
Idantr Exp 4a '47 - 100% lOOVi 100%
Lriamn Exp «a 41 ... 100% 100 100
Mb Par WP 6a'41 . 70% 70% 70%
Mb Par W P fa‘4Sww 73 73 73
LlbASua *%e 46 etd 103 103 103
Lllee Corp 6a 44 .... 95 93% 94'
Llle* Corp 6a 49- 91% 90% 91%
Lllee Corp 5a '69 .... 77 77 77
Lllee Corp 6a '60 atp 57% 55% 55%
Llliad Storea 4%a ’60 100% 100% 100%
Mila Cbnlm 4a 46 128% 127% 128
Lin A For Pw 6a 9010 80% 79% 80%
Lm lOCk 6 %e '49 . 116% 116 116
Lm Inti 6He 49 . 104% 104% 104%
Lm Roll Mill 4 It a'49 129 '127 127%
Lm T A T el tr 6a '4f 109% 108% 109
tm T A T dab la f 0 113% 113% 113% '
LtnTATdebla ft 114 114 114
imTAT6%s 4l .. 114 113% 113% 1
im Wat Wka 6a 44 . Ill 109 110 1
.m Wat Wka fa’76 . 106% 106% 106% I
.m Writ Pap fa «T 43% 43 43 «
nacond* db «%a’60 104 108% 103% 1
neloCh Nltr 7a 46 26% 26 26% I
rmour A Co 4%a *19 104% 104% 104% I
rmriDoinat «• 66. 97% 97 97% I
With Low. 2:55
Armstrong C*k 4s 'BO 106% 106% 106%
A T&S Fs 4s «0_102% 102% 102%
A TA8 Fs a<l 4S'»S «t 109% 109 109
ATBBPindli_113% 113 113%,
A TAS Fs 4%r 4t ... 113% 113% 113%
AtlantFft Blr 4s ’S3 . 21 21 21
Atl Coast L 1st 4S 63 99% 99 99
AtlCosst Lclt 4S-63. 87% 87 87
Atl G L un 4%s 64_ 86% 86 86
Atl Coast L 6s '46_ 99%, 99 99%,
AtlantlcAD lat 4a '48 64 54 54
AtlanttoAD 2d 4S ’48 43% 43%, 43%
Atl O A W I 6a '69 .. 67%, 67%, 67%
Atl RsOn dab 6a 17 105% 105V* 105%
Auburn Auto4%s’39 106 105 105
BAO 1st 48 46_106% 105% 105%
BAO 4%s '60_79% 75% 76
BAO 1st 6a'46-110% 110%, 110%
B A O raf 6a 96 A_88% 87% 87%
BA0 6a'96F ..... 87% 86% 86%
B A O raf 6a 2060 D„. 87% 86 86
BAO raf 6a ‘96 C_ 97% 96% 96%
BAO PLEAW V 4a’41 104 103% 103%
BAO Swn 6s '60 .. 103% 102% 103
BAO Toledo 4s *69 96% 95% 96
BangAArooscv 4#‘61 116% 116% 116*4
Ball T of Pa 6s 48 B 120% 120% 120%
Bail T of Pa 6a '60 C 129% 129 129%
Beth Ateel 4%a 60 af 105% 105% 105%
Bos A Me 4%s ’61 J_. 86% 85 85
Bos A Me 6s ‘55__ 90% 89% 89%
Bos A Ms 6s '67__ 90 89 89
Bos N Y A L 4s '66... 27% 27% 27%
Bklyn Edls 6s 49 A.. 107% 107% 107%
Bklyn Edls 6a'62 B-_ 106 105% 105%
Bklyn M T 6s 49 A... 104% 103% 103%
Bklvn M T 6s '68 A .. 106% 106% 106%
Bklyn Un Gns 6s ’45 .. 120% 120% 120%
Bklyn Un (las 6s'60.. 105% 105% 105%
Bklvn Un G 5s '67 B 108% 108% 108%
Bruns & West 4s'38.. 103 103 103
Buff G E 4 % s '81 B 109% 109% 109%
Buff RAP eon 4%s'67 82 80% 81
Bush Term cn 6s '66. 62% 61 61
Bush T Bide 6s '60 .. 65 65 65
Csllf Packing 6s 40.. 104% 104V4 104%
Canada So 6s '62 A . 116 116 116
Can'dlan Nt K4Hs'6« 113% 113% 113%
Can'dlan Nt R4%s‘67 111% m% m%
Can'dlan NtH4%«'65 115% 115% 115%
Can’dlan N Sa'tSHJuIr 116% 116% 116%
Can’dlan Nt 6a'690et 118 118 118
Can'dlan Nt R 6a'70 118 118 118
Can'dlan N dh8%a'46 124% 124% 124%
Jan'dtan Pc dh4sperp 92% 92% 92%
Can'dlan Pc 4%a '46 104% 104% 104%
Can’dlan Po 4%a -6ft 103% 103% 103%
Can'dlan Pc 6a‘44 cfa 114% 114% 114%
Can'd'an Pc 6a 64 106% 106% 106%
Carth ft Ad 4a Si etd 88% 88% 88%
Cent BrUMs '48 __ 33 33 33
Cent Dla Tel 6s '43 . 108 106% 107%
Cent of Ua con 6a '48 34 34 34
Cent of Oa rf 6%a'69 18% 18% 18%
Cent III E AO 6a 61. 101 100% 101
Cent N Fne 4s'61_ 71 70 70
Cert of N J 4a'17 91% 91% 91%
Cent of N J een 6a'87 102% 101% 102%
Cent Pao 1st rf 4a '49 107% 107% 107%
Cent Peo 6a (10 _ 97% 9« g*;
Cent Steel *s'41_126%. 126%. 126%‘
Oert'rt deh f. %« 48 98V. 97% 97%
Champ P4F 4 61s '60 105% 105% 105%
Cheeap C cv cl 6a 44. 118% 118 lis
Cheaap Corp 6s '47_130% 130% 130%
C ft O een 4%a 92_121% 121% 121%
CA04HI 95B. 113 112% 112%
C & O con 6s 39 _112 112 112
Chi ft Alt ref 8s'49 51% 51 51
Cht B ft Q ean 4a'68 112% 112 112
Chi B ft Q 4 %a '77 HI m m
Chi B ft Q ref 6s 71.. 115% 115% 115%
Chi ft E III 6a '61..... 20 19% 19%
Chi Ort W 4a '69 _ 36% 35 35%
Obi Ind ft L 4s '47 ... 43% 4314 43%
Chi 1 ft L ref 6a 47 40% 46% 46%
Chi I A L een 6a 66 .. 22 22 22
Chi Ind & Sc 4a'66 _ 99% 9914 9914
CM*StPen4% 89 C 60 59% 59%
CMft St P 4 6i a 89.... 62 62 62
CMAStP6s 76 . 23% 22 2°
CMASfPAP adl6a2OO0 8% 7% 8
Chi ft NW en 8 %a'87 47% 47 47
Chi A NW en 4* 87 54% 54 54%
Chi A NW en 4e'87 at 63 53 53
Chi A N W 4 %a 2037 23% 23% 23%
Ohl A NW 4%aJ037C. 23 21’ . 22
Ch’A NW 4%s 49 ... 15% 14% 14%
Chi A NW 461a'87_ 54 51 si
Cht A NW an 6s '*7 . 56 56 56
Chi A N W rf 6s 2037 23", 23', 23'i
CANW Nr W Btya 86 57', 56 56'i
Chi R IAP rf 4* *4 19', 19 19',
Chi K IAP rf 4s'8« cf 17*, 17m 17m
Chi K IAP en 4s 88 . 40V, 39*4 40'4
Cht H IAP 4*4* 62 _ *21 20V, 20'4
C R IAP 4*4S'62 c.». 18H 18m 181*
Chi R IAP 4 *4s 60 10'4 9*, 9%
Chi St LAN Ma 4s '51 93V, 92V, 92',
Chi T HA' 1st 6s 60 91'., 91'j 91',
Chi T HAP Inc 6s 60 80S. 80S, 80*,
Chi Un Sta 4 *48'63 A 107 107 107
Chi A W 1 con 4a 52 103*, 103*4 103*4
Childs * Co Bg 43 . 83!1, 83m 83*4
Chits Con deb 6a '47 102 102 102
Cln Un Ter .-a '020 b 109 109 109
CCCAStL Efn 4a 93 103*4 103*4 103*4
CCf-APtL rf 4*4#'77E 92*, 92', 92".
Ci'f'ASd rfBa'BSD 100 99 99"
^CCAStT, rf 6s 41 C 105 10,I 105
Cler Cliffs Ir 4648 .50 106'/, 105*, 105*4
Clea El 111 u 3 64a '65 110m 110', 11014
Cley Un Ter 4 Vis '7’ 93', 99V, 99' ,
Cley Un Ter 6s 78 if 105m 105 105*,
Clev Un Ter 5 ma'72A 109 108', 108*4
Colon 011 6s'3* __ 7254 72", 72*4
Colo Ind cl ir Ba 34 . 63 6lm 63
Colo A So 4 V4s 40 76 75V4 75'/,
Columbia (5 A E deb
6S 62 April .. ._ 101V4 101V4 101*4
Columbia 041
6a '62 May .. 102 102 102
Columbia (5AE 6a '61 101*4 101V4 101*4
Cor Coal Mil rf 5s 60 33 33 33
Con Os* N Y 4Us 81 107*4 107". 107'4
Con fJas N Y 6s 57 105 105 105
Con O N Y db fi *4s'4B 104'i 104'4 104*4
Consum P un 8 *4s'65 106*. 1065« 106*4
Container deb Be'48 102m 102*4 102*,
Container 6s 4T 103*, 103*4 103m
Crown CAS 4s '*0 105*4 105*4 105*4
Cuba K K 1st 6s 62 59 59 59
Cuba Nor RR 6*4s '41 62 61H 61*4
Del A H ud ref 4a '41 86*4 85', 85*4
Delft Hud 6*4# '17 101*. 101*4 101',4
Dsn ft R O cn 4a '86.. 36V4 3514 36
Den* RO 4Ha 86 .. 35*4 35*4 35*4
Den ft K O W 6s 66 _ 17 16'/, 17
DenARHW 6s'65asst. 15*4 15 15*4
Den A R O rf 6a 7* 29 28 29
Des MAFtD 4s‘26efs 6*4 6 6
Detroit Bdls 4s (6 F 110 109*4 110
Det Edison 4 Hs'dl D 115 115 115
Det Edison 6s '62 .. 108*4 108*4 108*4
Dul S S A At 5s *7 .. 67*4 67'i 67'4
Ea«t Cuba P 7 *4s '87. 17*4 17*4 17*4
Erie ct 4s 63 A_ 87*, 87*4 87*4
Erie 4s '96 _ 103*4 103V, 103".
Erie ran 4a‘96_ 89 88 88V,
Erie ref Ba #7-- 82*1 81*4 81*4
Erls ref Ba 76 . 894, aim. an/.
Brie A Jersey 6*'55 . 118 118 118
Fed M & Tr «s 42 . 103% 103% 103%
Fla EC Ry 4%s '69.. 57% 57% 57%
Fla EC Kv 5a "74 ... 8% 8% 8%
Fran Sug 7%# 4*_ 56 56 56
Sen Am Inr 6s '62_ 103 103 103
Sen ('able 6Ha 47 .. 105 105 105
Hen Steel C 6 %s'49 . 93% 93% 93%'
Sen Then Eo Cs 40 23 23 23
Gen Th EqSs'tOcfs at 23 22% 23
Sa ft Ala 6a '46_ 20 20 20
Soodrtch Ca 46 105% 105 105
Soodrtch C %a 47- 108% 108% 108%
Soodr’r TAR 6a '67 . 104% 104% 104%
Sr Tr’k of Can Ca 38 102% 102% 102%
St N R ref 4 %e Cl A 109% 109% 109'%
St N H sen 4%s 78 D 103% 102% 102%
St N R gen 4%s '77 B 103 102% 103
St N R gen 6s ’78C 109% 109'% 109%
3t N R gen 7s '88 A . 102% 102% 102%
Sulf M A N 6a '60 .. 90% 90 90
Suit MAN6%e 60 . 96% 96% 96%
Gulf Sta Stl 6 %a 48. 103% 103% 103%
Houston Oil 6%s 40. 102% 102% 102%
Hudson Coal 6a'62 44% 43% 43%
Hud A Man Inc 6a '67 38% 37% 38%
Hud A Man raf 6a'67 88% 87 87
III Bell Tel 8%a 70 . 107 107 107
ill Cent coll tr 4s'62. 87% 86% 86%
HI Cent coll tr 4s 58. 83% 82% 83%
111 Cent ret 4s '66 ... 89 88% 88%
III Cent 444e «C .___ 80 79% 79%
111 Cent ref 6a'66_ 99% 99% 99%
ill Cent «%e '80 . 101% 101% 101%
ill Cent St L 8%e '61. 91% 91% 91%
ICC’AStL NO 4 %s «3 84% 83% 88%
ICCAStL NO 6a 03 89 88 88%
111 Cent WL 1st 4s *61 97 97 97
III Steel deb 4%a 40 107% 107% 107%
nt R T let rf 6s CC 94 93% 93%
1 R T let ref 6a’CCefa 92% 92 92%
rnland Stl 4%s 78 A. 102% 102% 102%
Int R T 8e '83 60 59% 60
Int R T 7e '32 ctfs._„. 91% 91% 91%
interlake 6e '61 93% 93% 93%
lot Cement 4a 46_127% 125% 127
int Ag col 6a *J etp.. 102% 102% 102%
int Grt Nr Cs 68 A .. 43 42% 42%
in* Or Nr ad! Ca*68A. 14 13 13%
int Hydro B) 8s 44 .. 58% 53% 63%
nt Mar Mar Cs 41_ 78% 77 77
int Pap lat Ca 47 A.. 95% 95% 95%
nt Pap ref Re 'CS .. 84 83% 83%
Int Ry of C A Sa '41.. 95% 95% 95%
int T A T ev 4 %a '38 97% 95% 96%
nt T A T 4%a 'll ... 87 84% 86%
nt T A T Sa C6. 91% 90 91
owe C latArf it *11.. 3% 2% 2%
lames F A C 4a '88 .. 94% 93% 9a%
Can C F8 A M 4a 88. 68 62% 52%
UnCPAL«Ha Cl. 118 113 113
Can C So lat la CO .. 82% ftl% 81%
fan C So rf in 6s 6#.. 85 £}% 84%
Ht(h. Low. 3:65.
Ran C Ter let «• '€0.. 108% 108% 108%
Keith 6a‘48 ... 96 96 96
Kendall 6%s'4l ww.. 103% 103% 103%
Laclede O 6 %a ‘61 C_. 75% 74% 75%
Laolede G 6%a '60 D. 76 76% 76
LEA Wn 1st 6s‘IT__ 103 103 103
Lake E&W 2d 6s ‘41.. 103 103 103
Lautaro Nltr 6s ‘64.. 25% 24% 24%
Leh CAN 4%s 64 0.. 102% 102% 102%
Leh Val Coal 6s ‘64... 68% 68% 68%
Leh Val Coal 6s'74... 67% 67% 67%
Leh Val Coal <s‘21... 100 100 100
Leh Val Har 6s 64 .. 95% 95% 95%
L V N T 4%i 40 std. 95% 95% 95%
Leh V Pa oon 4s 2001 54 52% 62%
Leh V Poon4%s 2001 58 55% 56%
Leh V RK oon 6e 2003 67% 64 64
Leh Val Ter 6s ‘41_ 106 105 105
Lifts A Myr 6s ‘61_ 123 123 123
Loew s 6s '41 _102% 102% 102%
Long 1st gen 4s ‘II_104% 104% 104%
Long 1st ref 4s 49 — 101% 101% 101%
Long Isl deb 6s 17_101 101 101
LorrlUard 7s 44_132% 132% 132%
La A Ark 6e 69 .. .. 92% 91% . 92
Lou & Jeff Bid 4s ‘45. 108% 108% TO8%
LAN unit 48'40_108% 108% 108%
I. A N 4%s 2001 C ... 108% 108 108
LAN rf 6%s 2001_ 105 104% 105
LAN St Lis ‘10_ 86 86 86
M'Cro‘vS5%s'41 filed 116% 116*/, 116%
McKess A K ft % 8 '60 104% 104 104
Manatl Sugar 7Hs '41
otfs stpd mod_ 38% 38% 38%
Menhat R 4s 90.. _ 68 67% 68
Marlon St Sh 8s‘47... 87% 87% 87%
Mead Co 6a 46 - 103% 103 103%
Met Ed 1st rf 4%a‘6l 109% 109% 109%
Mich Cent 4%s 79 .. 104% 104% 104%
Ml> E HAS L 6s 61 .. 104% 104% 104%
Mil E RAS L rf 6s '71 104% 104% 104%
Minn A S L rf 48 49 . 5 3% 4
Minn A S L 6s 14 cfs. 8% 8% 8%
MStPASSM on 4e *8. 42 41% 41%
MStPASSM cn 6s ‘II. 39 39 39
MStPASSM 6s‘31 rt. 46% 46% 46%
bioi o sy v »»_. in in
MO K A T l»t 41 '90-_. 86% 85 85
Mo K A T 4s 62 8_ 63% 63 63
MoK*T4%»7*_ 65% 65 65
MoKAT6s#2A _ 72% 71% 72%
Ho K A T adl 6a 0745% 43% 44
Mo Pao is '74 _ 14% 13% 13%
Mo Pae 6a '*6 A_ 32% 32 32
Mo Pae 6a 77 F ._ 32% 31 32
Mo Pac 5a '77 Fctfi.. 30 30 30
Mo Pae 6a '71 O_ 3’/% .31% 32%
Mo Pac 6a’*11 _ 32 31% 32
Mo Paetm 49 A 10% 10% 10%
MobAOh M die 6s ’4T. 22 22 22
Mohawk A M 4a ’91 . 96 95% 95%
Monona Ry lst4s'60. 107% 107% 107%
Mont Pwr 6s *2 A - 101 101 101
Mont Tram 6s ’41 104% 104% 104%
Mont T an rf 5s '65 A. 85% 85% 85%
Morrts A Co 4 %s 8H _ 104% 104% 104%
Mor A Ksx 3 %s 2000. 93% 93% 93%
Mor A Eax 4%s’66 .. 91% 91% 91%
Mor A Esx 6s ’66 .. 97% 97% 97%
Nassau El 4s’61 etd. 66% 65% 66%
Nat Dairy 6%a '41 .. 103% 103% 103%
Nat Ills PC4%s 45 104% 104% 104%
Nat R M lst«s’61 asst 5% 5 5
Nat R M 4s ’77 asst 5% 5% 5%
Nat R M 4%s 67 asst 5% 5% 5%
Nat Steel >9 ’66 106% 106% 106%
Naugatuck 1st 4s’54.. 76% 76% 76%
New Ene KH 4s 62 _ 70% 70% 70%
New Ene KR 6s'46 _ 76% 76 76%
Nsw J PA1.4US 00 107% 107% 107%
New Or (INK 6s *3 A 84% 84%. 84%
New OrPS6> ’62 A . 94% 94 94
New Or P 8 4s 66 8 94 93% 94
New Or Ter 1st 4s’61 92 #1% 91%
New Or TAM 5s '64 R 36 36 36
New Or TAM 5s 66 C 36 36 36
New Or TAM 6%s 64 36 36 36
N Y Cent x%s 97 ... 100% 100% 100%
N Y Cent 4s ’42 ... 104% 104% 104'/,
N Y Cent con 4s’92 99 98 98%
N Y Cent rf 4%s 201* 87% 86% 87
N Y C tf 4%8 2013 n 87% 86% 86%
N Y Cent ref 6s 201* 93% 92% 93
N Y Cent ct Ss 44 116 115% 115%
NYC Mich C *%e ’9* 95% 95% 95%
NYCAStL 4%t'7* . 84% 82% 83
NYCASM 6%* 74 A 95 91 Q1
N Y ChiAStL 6s '38... 93 92 92
N Y Pork fis ’38 . 71 70 70%
N Y Edison fis ’44 B . 104% 104% 104%
N V Edison 6s ‘81 C.. 104% 104% 104%
N Y Ed ref 6 Us '41... 108% 108% 108%
NY NH A H 4s 65 ... 36% 36% 36%
NY NH A H It'S*_ 36% 36% 36%
NY NH A H 4s '67 . 24% 24 24
NY NH A H 4 Us ‘67 38% 37% 38%
NV NH A H ev 6s 48 38% 38% 38%
NY XH con ry 4s’54.. 31 31 31
N Y OAW een 4s ’66.. 47% 46% 47
N Y OAW ref 4s 92 . 54 53% 53%
N Y Putnam 4s 98 93% 93 93%"
N Y AQns cn 3%s’65 105% 105% 105%
N Y Rvs Ine 8s 65 44% 42% 43
N Y Hvs incfis'fifissst 44% 44 44%
N Y A Rich O fis ’51 . 107% 107% 107%
N Y Steam 6s '5fi .. 107 107 107
N Y Steam 1st fis 47 109% 109%. 109%
N Y SA-W 1st rf 6s’37 84% 84 8411
N Y SA-W een fis '40 70 70 70
N Y Tel ten 4%s 89 111 111 m
N Y Tr Rk 8s 48 s»0 95 94% 941 ^
N Y W A R 4 Us 46 20% 20 20%
N1»e Sh 5Ue ’fin 101% 101% 101%
Norf So 1st ref fis ’*1 20 20 20
NorfftW 1st 4s '96 118 117% 118
NorfftW PPAC 4s 41 107% 107% 107%
; North Am Co fis '81 105% 105'-. 105%
North Am Ed fis'B7 A 102% 102% 102%
North Am Ed 6s I9T 104% 104 104%
North Am Ed r Us ’«* 104 104 104
Nor Pao een Ss 2047 f. 81% 81 81%
Nor Psc 4s 97 .. 109 108% 109
Nor’n Pac 4 U» 2047.. 10114 101 101%
Nor’n Psc fis 2047 C . 107 106 106
Norn Pac fis VH47 D 107% 107 107
Not Pac fis 2047 110% 110% llii%
Nor’n St P 1 etfis’41 A 105% 105% 105%'
Nor’n St P fis 41 B .. 105% 105% 105%
Oeden L C 4s 48 .. 39 38% 39
Ohio Pub Sec 7s 47 . 112% 112% 112%
Ont Pwr Nlae fis’43 . 114% 114% 114%
Ont Trans 1st 6s ’45 .. 114 114 114
Ore R R * N is ’18 111% 111 % 111%
Ore W R R A N 4s ‘61 107% 107% 107%
Otis Steel fis 41 102% 102% 102%
Pacific GasftEl 4S’€4 107% 107% 107%
Pac O A E 6s '42 103% 103% 103%
Pac RR Mo 1st 4s ‘II 101 101 101
Pac Tel 1 st fis ‘17 .. 104 103% 103%
Pac TAT ref 5s ’62 . 108% 108% 108%
Pati-Am P C 6s'40 ct. 48% 48% 48%
Parana ! Pic Its B6 . 93 92% 92%
Park-Lx «Us 'B3 cfe. 39 39 39
Parmelee fis 44 _ 62% 61% 62%
Penn Dixie C fis’41 . 97 97 97
Penn O A D 4 Us 77.. 106 106 106
Penn P A L « Us ’81.. 107 106% 106%
Penn RR con 4s’4* . 112 112 112
r-»nn K H ♦» .. 103 103 103
Penn RR 4%s’81 D . 109 108% 109
Penn RR «%a‘i4 . 109% 108% 109%
Penn RR en4%e 85 112% 111% m%
Penn RR db 4Ha '70 103H 102% 102%
Penn RR 5* 64 105% 105% 105%
Peoria & S 1st 4a ‘40 90% 90% 90%
Penrta ft E tne 4*'90 14% 14% 14%
Per# Mere 4 H« 80 97% 9fi% 96%
Pere Mnro let S» 56 102% 101% 101%
Phlla R*W 4He 81 113 113,113
Phlla Co 6a 87 105% 105 105
Phlla ft H C A I 5a ‘1* 49% 48% 49
Phlla ft R C * I 6a 4» 28% 27 28%
PCC&StL 4Ha‘40 A. 111% 111% 111%
PCC&StL 4%s‘42 B 113% 113% 113%
PCC&StL 6a 75 B 119% 119% 119%
PlrtsAWVa 4Hb‘68A 89% 89% 89%
PtttR&WVa 4HS’69B 88% 88% 88%
Pltta&WVa 4%e'«nc 87% 87 87%
Port A C*D 6a‘68 A. 97% 96 96%
Port A CAD 6a 62 B-l 96 96 96
Port Oen B1 4 He 60 74% 73% 74
Porto Rico A T 6e 42 78% 78 78
Postal! el AC 6s 62. 36% 36% 36%
Pressed Stl C 6s ‘S8 .. 83% 83% 83%
Pub S El A Q 4s 71 ... 108 108 108
Pure on 4 %e‘60 ...119 117% 117%
Purltv Belt 6s ‘42 100% 100 100
Reading K 4 He 87 A 107% 107% 107%
Rem-H 6H»'«7 A »» 111% 110% 110%
Rem-R BHs‘47A *w. 110% 110% 110%
Ren lr A 811 6a’40 . 105% 105% 106%
Repohllc Stl 4 He’60 121% 121 121
Republic Stl 4%s‘61- 100 99% 99%
Henuhllc Stl 6 Hs 64 108% 108% 108%
Revere Cop 4 %s'56 . 104% 104% 104%
Richfield O 6s 44 efs 39% 39 39%
Richfield OH 6s ‘44 40% 40% 40%
R a W lot ea In 48 'SI 87 87 87
RIO O W col 4s 49 A 50% 60 50
Rutland RR 4Hs 41 41 41 41
St Jo Rv L TAP t*91 104% 104% 104%
St L H M A P 6a '66 . 85% 85 86
St L-8 F 48 60 A 20% 19% 19%
St L-8 F 4s ‘60 A efs. 19 18% 18%
StL-SFTH*78 20 19% 19%
St L-S F 4 Hs*79 St at 18 17% 18
St IcS F 6s ‘60 B .. 22% 22% 22%
8t L-S F 6a ‘60 B cfa. 19% 19% 19%
St LB Wist 4s 29 . 89% 89 89
St L 8 W gn rf 6a ‘80 36% 36 36%
St LSW 1st ter 6«‘S2 64% 52 62%
St P M&MEGT4%S’4' 27% 27% 27%
St F MAM eat 6s 42 106 106 106
St P Od Dap rat 6a‘72 119% 119% 119%
San AAA Rasa 4a 42 97% 97 97
Schulco«tta 42 Bat. 66 66 66
Seabd A L rat 4a 29.. 8% 8% 8%
Seabd A L 2a 46 * .. 10 10 10
8eabd A LM 46 cfa 9% 9% 9%
Seabd A-FI 6a t6A ct 6% 5 6%
Seabd A-Fla6a‘36Bct 4% 4% 4%
Sharon SH6Ha 42 . 103% 103% 103%
Shall PIt>a L 6a 62 — 103%M03% 103%
Shell On OU 6s ’47_102% 102% 102%'
4
1 ICAN SAFETY
1935 Income of $1,271,008
Equals $7.27 a Share.
Dividend Raised.
Special Dlapatch to The Star.
NEW YORK, February 36.—The
American Safety Razor Corp. reports
for the year ending December 31 a
consolidated net Income of $1,271,
008.29, after providing tor taxes, de
preciation and other reserves, equal to
$7.27 per share on the 174,800 out
standing shares, compared with a net
income for the year ending December
31, 1934, of $1,065,233.76, equal to $6.07
per share on the average number of
outstanding shares (175,615) during
1934.
Directors yesterday increased the
regular quarterly dividend from $1.25
to $1.50 per share, payable March 30,
1936, to stockholders of record at the
close of business March 10, 1936. This
is the fiftieth consecutive regular divi
dend.
Brillo Manufacturing.
The annual report of Brillo Manu
facturing Co., Inc., for the year ended
December 31 shows net earnings, after
depreciation and all charges, Including
State and Federal taxes, of $139,432,
which, after dividends of $2 per share
on the 25,394 shares of class A stock
outstanding, was equivalent to 55 cents
a share on the 160,000 shares of no-par
common stock outstanding. This com
pares with net earnings for 1934 of
$151,981, or 63 cents a share on the
common, after dividends on 23,848
shares of class A stock outstanding at
that time.
American Woolen Co.
American Woolen Co. in its pam
phlet report for 1935, shows that net
sales amounted to $70,317,233, com
pared with $48,711,188 for 1934—an
increase of $21,606,045, or 44.35 per
cent. Total yardage sold was the
greatest of any year since 1927. Gross
profits for 1935, as previously dis
closed in the preliminary report,
amounted to $5,110,145, compared with
a loss of $3,573,997 in the preceding
year. After provision for depreci
ation of $1,913,567 and reserve for
Federal Income taxes of $455,979. net
profit for the year amounted to $2,
740,500, as compared with a net loss
of $5,458,495 for the year 1934.
Union Electric Light.
At St. Louis the Union Electric Light
& Power Co., reporting to stockholders
today that its net income (profit) in
1935 increased 43.5 per cent over 1934,
said that records for both electrical
output and customers were estab
lished during the year.
The net income available to stock
holders after payment of all charges
was $6,656,419, as compared with $4,
637,819 the previous year.
Sharon Steel Hoop.
Sharon Steel Hoop Co. and wholly
minaH n iVieiHia rihc U'itVv nlorii c in
Ohio and Pennsylvania, reported 1935
net profit of $1,009,153. after taxes
and other charges, equal to 82.74 a
share on the capital stock. This com
pares with a net loss of $36,527 In
1934.
Butler Brothers.
CHICAGO, February 26 UP).—But
ler Brothers today reported 1935 net
earnings of *1.248,907. compared with
$1,221,927 in 1934. Last year’s earn
ings equaled $1.16 per share of out
standing common stock, compared
with *1.10 the previous year.
BONDS DEPOSITS BISE.
NEW YORK. February 26 UP).—
The Bondholders’ Protective Commit
tee for Eastern Cuba Sugar Corp. 15
year 7% per cent mortgage sinking
fund bonds, of which Charles Hayden
is chairman, announced that it held
as of February 15 deposits totaling
more than 50 per cent of the out
standing bonds under a plan for re
adjustment.
High. Low 2'55.
.Silesian Am Te 41 .— 87 86% 87
Skelly 011 4s 61 _ 98% 98% 98%
Skelly 011 6*4* *9 .. 100% 1007. 10074
Soconv Vac*60 106% 105% 105%
So Bell TAT 6a 41 10674 1067. 106%
So Colo Pwr fla 47 A 105% 105 105%
So Pae col 4a 4*89% 88% 8874
So Pao ref 4a ‘6$..... 105 104% 105
So Pac 4%a •$_91 90% 91
So Pac 4 Via *9—— 90% 89% 89%
So Pac 4 Via *1-— 89% 89% 89%
So Pae Ora 4 Vi a '77 __ 97% 97% 97%
So Ky gen 4a '(( A_ 66 64% 64%
So Ky 6a 94 100% 99% 99%
So Ry gan «a 66 . .. 81% 80 80
Southern Ry *V4*'66- 85 83% 8374
So Ry M A O 4* 'tl - 74 73% 7374
8o Rv St Ddly 48 61. 88 88 88
S W Bell Tal S Via '64 107*4 106% 10674
Steven* Hotel ’46 24% 24% 24%
Stiidehaker cv •*'46. 103% 102% 103
Swift & Co $%a 60 - 1067* 106% 106%
Tenn Cent <a 47 .. 93 92% 93
Tenn El Pw «• '47 A.. 97% 96% 9674
Term Asst L4s 5I„ iu» ius iw
Texarkana IHi '60... 101% 101 101%
Tax Com or ts 44— 104% 104% 104%
Tex A Pae 6s'77 B_102H 102% 102%
TexAPao 6a SOD - 102% 102% 102%
TexAP MPT 646a ’«4 107% 10%7 107%
Third As rat 4a'60 70% 69 70%
Third A ad tn a* 6a'60 40% 39% 39%
Tol A Ohio C S46a 60 103% 103% 103%
Truax't C«46a'48 . 98% 98% 98%
On El LA P 6 46 s 54 106 106 106
On Oil of Cal 4a '47 . 121% 121% 121%
Un Pae 4s '«» . 104% 104% 104%
On Pae lat rf 4a *00* 109% 109% 109%
Un Pae 446 a ‘67 _ 107 107 107
Unit Biscuit 5a '60_107% 107% 107%
Unt Dru* 6s •** ... 101% 101% 101%
U S Kubbar ts 47,... 105 105 105
UnlT Pipe A R «a,*t. 38 36% 37
Utah LAT6a‘44 A.. 97% 97% 97%
Otah P A L 6a '44 .. 98 97% 97%
Util P A L 6s ’69 aw. 66% 65 66
Util P A L 646a 47 .. 70% 70 70%
Vanadium cs 6s'41 92% 92% 92%
Va EAP 1st raf 4s*66l 107 106% 107
Va Kv lat 6s '«* A... 110% 110% 110%
Va S VV eon 6a 61_90% 90% 90%
Wabash 4 46s'7*-33% 33 33
Wabash lat 6s St_ 103 102% 102%
Wahash Sd 6a *9.... 96 96 96
Wahaah 6a '76 B..__ 85 34 34
Wabash 6s 10 D_— 34% 34 34
Wahash 646a '76 . 35% 86% 35%
Wabash 001*468'41 70% 70% 70%
Walker HAS 4 % s '45 . 107 106% 106%
Walworth 4S '55 - 80% 80% 80%
Walworth «a'65 n ... 88 88 88
Warner Bros e» Oa'8# 96 94% 95
Warren Br ea *a'41 68 67 58
Warren RR *46s *000 77% 77% 77%
Wash Cent 4a'48 ... 98 98 98
W Pa P 1st 6s 48 A-' 104% 104% 104%
W Pa P lat 6s ‘66 O . 106% 106% 106%
W Sh I at 4a *0*1 std. 95% 96% 95%
W Mb 1st 4s 8081 rag. 91 91 91
Wast'o Md lat «s ‘68 100 99% 99%
Weat'n Md 6 46* '77 . 108% 108% 108%
Weat'n Pae ts '48 A< 39% 39 39%
Weat’n Pae 6s4«A as 87% 37% 37%
West's Un 446s 80 106% 106% 106%
West's On el tr ts’88 106% 106% 106%
Wsst'n On 6s '81..— 106 105% 106
Wast'o Ob 6s 80_ 107 106% 106%
Wsst'n On 646n 86... 102% 102% 102%
Wheel Steel 446s *68 102% 102% 102%
Wheel Steel «46s '88.. 101% 101% 101%
White 8 M fa 40 95% 95 95
W SoStl IS' 7s'86 St 26% 26% 26%
W Sd 8tl eon 70*86 «t 26% 26% 26%
Wtlkas BAB 1st 6S'4S 64% 64 64%
Wilson • Co 4a '66 101% 101% 101%
Win Sal SB lat 4a’60 110 110 110
Wise lar sn 4a *9 20% 20% 20%
WlaC SAD tarts'88 12 12 12
Tounstn BAT 8a’70B 105% 105% 105%
Toungta BAT Ss'ltA. lo£% 105% 105%
. . r i ■ —— n
Barit Is Elected
Hudson President
To Succeed Chapin
By the Assoc »ted Press.
DETROIT, February 26.—A. Edward
JArit was elected president o' the
Hudson Motor Car Co. yesterday to
succeed Roy D, Chapin who died
February 16.
Barit, who was vice president and
general manager of the company, also
will retain the latter title. He Joined
the company in 1909 as secretary to
the purchasing agent.
Other executive changes announced
by the board of directors included elec*
tlon of Stuart J. Balts as first vice
president, A. Hood as treasurer and
C. B. Sterling as secretary.
Washington Exchange
SALES.
City & Suburban 5s—$1,000 at 87,
$1,000 at 87.
Capital Transit Co.—10 at 14, 10 at
14, 10 at 14.
AFTER CALL.
Washington Railway & Electric 4s—
$1,000 at 106%.
Capital Traction 5s—$1,000 at 90%,
$1,000 at 90%, $1,000 at 90%.
Bid and Asked Prices.
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Bid. Asked.
Amer. Tel. Sc Tel. 4%s_117% _
Am. Tel. A Tel. Col Tr. 5s_ 109 _
Anacostla Sc Pot. 6s...... 81 84
Ana. Sc Pot. Guar. 5s_108 110
C. A P Tel. of Va. 5s_107 _
Cap. Traction R. R. 5s__ 90% 90%
City A Suburban 5s_ 80% 89
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s_114 __
Pot. Elec. Pow. Cons. 6s_100% __
Potomac Electric Os_100 _
Wash. Gas 5s 1058_100% _
Wash. Gas 6s 1900_110% _
Wash. Gas Os series B_101% _
Wash. Ry. A Elec. 4s.._100 _
MISCELLANEOUS.
Barber A Ross. Inc.. 0%s._ 120 _
Chevy Chase Club 5'is_100 _
Col. Country Club 5%s_105 _
W. M. Cold Storage 6s- 98 _
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY
Amer. Tel. A Tel (9)_170% _
Capital Transit Co_ 14 14%
N. Sc W. Steamboat <0>... 85 _
Pot. Elec. Pow. H‘i pfd. (0)_*109 _
Pot El P 5%r; p| (5JMII.M13 115
Wash. Gas Lt. Co. t.'l.OOt... 71 _
Wash. Ry. Sc El. com. (12).*550 _
Wash. Ry. Sc El. pfd. (Si..*109% 111
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
Amer. Sec. Sc Tr. Co (10). 250 255
Bank of Bethesda (1.501_ 25 _
Capital HI_ 115 _
Com. dc Savings (8)_185 _
Liberty CD_ 90 _
Lincoln (0.25). 195 250
Nat. 8a". Sc Tr. ... 100 _
Prince Georges Bk A Tr._ IT 22
Riggs (Si _202 _
Riggs ofd (5>_103 _
■ Washington (0) 110
Wgsb. Loan A Tr. I8i_221 230
FIRE INSURANCE
American (121_ 180 _
Corcoran (2.50)_ 93 _
Firemen's (1.00) _ 33 _
National Union (.00) 13% -
TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia (.30)_ 7 _
Real Estate <0»_ 120 -
MISCELLANEOUS
Carpel Coro (1.00)_ 23 20
Lanston Monotype (4)_*74 . —
Mergenthaler Linotype. .. 47 48
Peoples Drug S. pfd. (0.50) 113 -
Real Est. M. A G. pfd. (.20) 4% 4%
Security Storage (5)_ 102 -
Ter. Ref. A Wh. Corp CD. 50 -
Wdwd. Sc Loth. com. (2.50) 48 -
Wdwd. & Loth. pfd. (7)... 119 -
•Ex dividend.
JFlat.
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DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED
NEW YORK February 20.—Dlvld'
declared (prepared by the Standard S : ; -
tics Corp.K i
Increased.
Pe- Stock of P y
Rate.riod. record. *b;e
; Crowell Pub_50C Q 3-) 4 3-24
Nat Brewers _50c Q 3-10 1-1
NY* Qns El UcP.91.9U-- 2-28 3-14
Initial.
Schcnley Distillers new
5'jK pf_$1.37*4— 3-16 4-7
Accumulated.
Penn Ol Sand $7 pf_91.75-. 3-;£ 4-1
No Action Taken.
East Sugar Loaf Coal.
Kobacker Strs 7% pf.
Regular.
Am Mach & Metals...l()c 3-12 4-1
Bloomingdale Broe-l(ic Q 3-16 3-27
Canaoa Northern Pw_3(ic Q 3-31 4-'.5
Do. id pf_$1.75 Q 3-31 4-lo
Draper Corp_Hoc 2-20 4-1
Group No. 1 Oil Cor.SlHU Q 3-10 3-31
Hightr O&R (Can* Ltd.5c M 2-25 3-2
Do. HCJ pi_5c M 2-25 3-2
Home Fire & Mar Inc.oOc Q 3-5 3-16
Lord * Taylor_$2.5(1 Q 3-1. 4-1
Maritime Tel <it Tel-15c Q 3-20 4-1
Do. 7C5> pf_17^20 Q 3-20 4-1
National Brewers of..44c Q 3-18 4-1
NY & Qns ELA-P pl.91.25 Q 2-25 3-2
Penned (.t C' Co_75c .. 3-20 3-31
Pa Glass Sana $7 Df.$1.75 « 3-13 4-1
Peoples Tel C 7'> pI.Sl 75 Q 2-20 3-2
Phila El Pow 8C1 pf 50c Q 3-10 4-1
1 S Okla 7K or 1.91.75 Q 3-20 4-1
Do. p ior llen.Sl.5it O 3-20 4-1
Pub Corp 1st pf_$1.75 Q 3-5 3-16
Do. orip pf-*1.75 Q 3-20 4-1
Ruberoid Co_25c Q 3-14 3-31
Sou Cal Ed orlg nf.371 .c Q 3-20 4-lo
Texon Oil * Land_15c Q 3-ln 3-31
Toronto Gen Insur_25c Q 2-20 3-16
Union Carb & Carb_5oc . 3-0 4-1
Victor Equipment Df-5oc S 3-5 3-16
Wn Wat Pw $6 pf...$1.5(1 C 2-25 3-14
Duke Power Co_75c Q 3-14 4-1
Federal Motor Truck._10c .. 3-14 4-1
Lindsay Lt * Ch pf.HVaC Q 3-7 3-16
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SHORT-TERM SECURITIES.
(Reported By Chas D Barney * Co >
Bid oaer.
Amer. Beet Sugar 6s 1946.. 103'/, 103Vi
Am. Tel. Ac Tel. 5*as 1943_113’, 115
Atlantic Refining 5s 1937.. 105V, 105J4
Califo-nia Packing 5s 1940. 104104*,
Caro.. Clinfd. * O. os 1938. 108‘, 1084,
Ches. * Ohio Ry. 5s 1939.. Ill*, 112
Cbi. Gas Lt. A- Coke 5s 1937 104’, 105
Delaware Hudson 5‘is 1937 10l5, 101J,
Duluth & Ir. Range 5s 1937 106', loo*,
Edison El. Ilium. 4s 1939_ 107 107Vi
oen. rur. service o'2s iu.*i -
Gr Rapids Sc Ind. 4%s 1041 109% ——
Houston Oil 5%s 1940_10" 102%
Inti. Tel. Sc Tel. 4%s 1939. 90 96%
Laclede Gas Light 5s 1939. 101% 102
Lake Erie Sc West. 5s 1937. 102% 104
Lehigh Valley Coal 6s 1938. 99 - loo
Long Island Gen. 4s 1938 — 104% ln5V«
Louisville * Nash. 5s 1937. 104% 107
Michigan Central 4s 1940.. 103%
Morris * Co. 4%s 1939_104-% 105
N. Y.. Chi. Sc St. L. 4s 1937. 103% 104%
New York Dock 5s 1938... 70% 71%
N. Y.. Susc Sc Wes. 5s 1937 8,i 85%
Pac. R. R. Missouri 4s 1938 100% 101
?ac. Tel. & Tel. 5s 1937... 103% 104
enn-Dlxie Cement 6s 1941 95 90
Penn*. R. R. Co. 4s 1943.-- 111% 112%
Rep. Iron Sc Steel 5s 1949.. 105% 100%
Rio Gr Western 4s 1030... 86% 87
Skelly Oil 5%s 1939_ 98% 98%
Sou Pac. of Calif. 5s 1937 100% _
Vanadium Corp. 6s 1941_ 93% 93%
Wabash Rwy. Co. 6s 1939— 102% 103
Warner Bros. 0s 1039_. 95 90
west. N. Y & Pa. 5s 1937. 103% 104
FOREIGN MARKETS.
LONDON, February 20 (/P>.—Influenced
by Japanese news regarding the uncertain
ty ol the political situation there, bonds
of that country were marked down 2 to 3
points today under light selling. Chinese
issues eased in sympathy. Trans-Atlantic,
speculative industrial and gilt-edged se
curities declined. The market closed weak.
PARIS.—With International issues and
rentes following the movement, prices were
generally lower here as a result of the
Japanese military coup and Tuesday's de
cline in Wall Street. The closing was
heavy.
. BERLIN.—The Japanese revolt caused
irregularly lower prices throughout the list
in the Boerse today. The closing was in
active. >
FREIGHT LOADINGS.
' NEW YORK. February 20 </PV.—Revenue
freight carloadlngs on railroads reporting
today for week ended February 22 in
cluded:
Week of Previous Last
Feb. 22. week. year.
Santa Fe . 20.80" 21,943 20.036
Illinois Central . 29.934. 30.125 20.057
Burlington .. 20.253 22.005 18,103
Pennsylvania 94.849 101.371 85.235
New York Oen__ 77.081 70.844 70.450
New York Central 77,081 79.844 70.450
MONET MARKET.
NEW YORK. February 26 (/PI.—Call
money steady: % per cent all day. Prime
commercial paper. % per cent. Time
loana steady; 80 days-6 months. 1 per
cent offered. Bankers' acceptances un
changed. Rediscount rate. New York Re
serve Bank. 1% per cent.
--
PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE.
PHILADELPHIA. February 28 (/P).—Live
poultry; White Leghorns, fancy. 4 pounds
and over, 23a24: ordinary. 19a22.
Dressed poultry, ducks. Long Island. 23.
MONTREAL SILVER.
MONTREAL. February 28 (/pi.—Silver
futures opened stealy. unchanged to 15
lower. March. 44.64b; May. 44.81b;
July. 44.60b. b—Bid
EXCHANGE PROBES
UTILITIESFLURRY
Transactions on Day of
T. V. A. Ruling Will Bo
Examined.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 26 — Reper
cussions of the wide and confused
swings in utility shares which followed
the Supreme Court T. V. A. decision
were felt today as the New York Stock
Exchange sent members two ques
tionnaires.
One, on utility stock transactions,
a as forwarded at the request of the
Stock Exchange Business Conduct
Committee.
The other, on general trading
activities, was distributed at the sug
gestion of the Securities & Exchange
Commission.
The first report on members’ dally j
transactions must be filed by March'
13, covering the week beginning
March 2. These reports were started
on June 19, 1935, and dropped last
December.
reoruary 17 uaia wanted.
The committee on business conduct,
in its questionnaire, has asked data
on utility stock transactions on Feb
ruary 17, the day of the Supreme
Court T. V. A. decision when the
market swayed wildly under the
leadership of gyrating power shares.
The data is to be submitted on 13
utility stocks. It is to be turned in
by every registered firm and exchange
member who is not a partner in any
firm by noon, Friday, February 23.
The report asks the aggregate num
ber of shares bought and sold for the
account of reporting member or firm,
or of any partner of the reporting
firm as principals, but not acting as
brokers. '
Shares Are Listed.
Information on the following stock
is required; American Sc Foreign
Power, Inc., common; American Power
Sc Light, common and $5 cumulative
preferred; American Water Works Sc
Electric Co., common; Columbia Gas
Sc Electric Corp., common; Common
wealth & Southern Corp., common.
Consolidated Gas Co., common;
Electric Power Sc Light Corp., com
mon; National Power Sc Light Co.,
common; North American Co., com
mon; United Corp., common; United
Gas Improvement Co., common, and
the Utility Power Sc Light Corp.,
class "A.”
• _
FEDERAL LAND BANKS
BaR^6rU,rJ 20 I
(Quotations as of 2 o'clock >
4' js May, 1042-3;.1 (If V, 101‘ii
4 75 Nov.. 1968-48-108*2 lotj%
4'«s May, 19o7-37- 103% 104
<*.«• Ja,n- 1957-37- 103% 103% t
4%s July. 1050-30- 101% 101%
4s May 11*58-38- 104% 105%!
4s Nov, 1957-37_104% 104%'
4s July. 1940-44_ 108*2 108*, i
3%S May. 1955-45__ 102 102%
3s July. 1955-45_ 99% -loot,
3S July. 1950-40_-- 99*8 100
TT — mT. T. a —a.a. — —. — — —«. — — —
u. o. lauauuai ruoiiiun.
By the Associated Press.
The position of the Treasury February
24: Receipts. $12,202,978.72. Expendi
tures. $31,008,589.91. Net balance. $1.-4
802.307.897.85. Customs receipts for the
month $20 141.539.93.
Receipts for the fiscal year (since July !
1). $2,309,001,642.20. Expenditures. $4.
682.586.233. including $2.165.379.391.83
ot emergency expenditures. Excess of ex
penditures. $2,372,984,690.80. Gross debt.
S30.5O2.117.988.13. a decrease ot $2,870.
103 50 under the previous day. Gold
assets. $10.161.988.635.56.
Receipts for February 25. 1935 'com
parable date last year). $15,537,478.73:
expenditures. $16,408,282.87; net balance.
$2,059,104,754.82: customs receipts for
the month. $21,092,278.50.
Receipts for the fiscal year. $2.243.255 *
065.25: expenditures. $4,481,024,620.23.
including $2,328,889,300.99 of emergency
expenditures: excess of expenditures. $2.
247.769.554.98: gross debt $28,50(1.177.
000 45; gold assets. $8,520,814,042,33.
U. S. TREASURY NOTES.
(Renorted by Chas. D Barney Co.)
Rate—Maturity Bic. Offer.
27«s Anr. 15. 36.. 100 27-32 100 29-32
1 '«s June 15. ’96-. 100 22-32 100 24-32
3>/«s Aue. 1. '36— 101 23-32 101 25-32
IMiS Sept. 15. •36.. 1014-32 101 6-32
234s Dec. 15. '36.. 102 15-32 102 17-32
3s Feb. 15. '37... 103 1-32 103 3-32
3s Apr. 15. '37.. 103 15-32 103 17-32
3>«s Sent. 15. '37.. 104 30-32 105
2vsS Feb. 1 38— 104 22-32 104 24-32
3s Mar. 15. ’38.. 105 19-32 105 21-32
27«s June 15. '38_ 105 19-32 105 21-32
2VaS Sept. 15. '38— 104 27-32 104 29-32
l‘ss Mar. 15. '39.. 101 26-32 101 28-32
2'as June 15. '39_ 103 21-32 103 23-32
l3as Dec. 15. '.39.. 101-’-32 1014-32
l»»s Mar. 15. '40_101 21*32 101 23-32 i
1 ’2s June 15. '40.. 10) 3-32 101 5-32 i
l*sS Dec. 15. '40_ 100 23-32 100 25-32!
.— ■ ■ ■■ •
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
NEW YORK. February 26 —But
ter. 9.575: steady; creamery firsts (89-91 !
scores). 35a35S: centralized (90 score).
.'tS'z: other prices unchanged.
Cheese. 367.033; steady. Prices un- !
changed.
Eggs. 28.890: firmer. Mixed colors:
Special packs or selections from fresh
receipts, 32a023<; standards and com
mercial standards. 3134: firsts. 3114: me
diums. 40 pounds. 30: dirties. No. 1. 42 !
pounds. 30; average checks. 28; refrigera
tors. best unquoted.
Live poultry steady; by freight: all
prices unchanged.
RUBBER FUTURES.
NEW YORK, February 26 iflh.—Crude
rubber futures opened barely steady. 11
lower March 15.40; May. 15.52a53; !
July 15.63b. b—Bid.
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