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U. S. Issues Show Firmer
Tendencies After Lag
During Forenoon.
■ — ■ i. ■ —I
Bond Averages
20 10 10 10
Ralls Indus Util Por’n
j Net change. —.1 —.1 —-3 —.1
I Today, noon 92.9 102.7 101.9 71.1
Previous day 93.0 102.8 102.2 71.2
Month ago. 93.4 103.9102.1 70.5
Year ago... 78.9 93.4 87.2 68.0
1936 high_ 94.3 104.1 10^.3 72.0
1936 low_ 86.9 102.4 99.3 69.6
1935 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_111.8 Prev. day 111.7
Month ago 111.1 Year ago 109.5
1936 high. 111.8 1936 low . 110.2
1935 high 110.7 1935 low.. 107.9
1928 high 104.4 1932 low . 86.8
(Comniled by the Associated Press)
I-1
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 10—The bond
market clung to a narrow and slightly
Uncertain trend today in quiet trad
ing.
U. S. Governments showed firming
tendencies during late dealings alter
lagging behind during the forenoon.
Several Treasury issues were 2-32 to
6-32 higher.
Corporate obligations showing mod
est improvement included American
Rolling Mill 4 Us. Chesapeake & Ohio
4 Us and Detroit Edison 4Us. Frac
tional declines occurred in Southern
Raiiway 4s, Nickel Plate 4 Us and
Goodyear 5s.
The majority of active foreign loans
Were a trifle lower, although there was
less activity than on Monday.
Daily Oil Output
Rises Moderately
Above Last \\eek
By the Associated Press.
TULSA. Okla.. March 10.—estimated
daily average crude oil production in
the United States last week showed a
slight increase of 163 barrels daily, for
a total of 2,773.065 barrels, as com
pared with 2,772.902 barrels the previ
ous week, the Oil and Gas Journal
reports.
Oklahoma reported a decline of 26.
300 barrels daily for a total of 473,000,
while Texas production increased from
1,080.049 to 1.116.651 barrels, of which
East Texas contributed 10.852.
Louisiana's output fell off 8.796 bar
rels for a total of 191.144 and Kansas’
production dropped 8,550 barrels for
a total of 141,100 barrels. Other major
areas reported increases.
IRON ORE SHIPMENTS
LAG BEHIND YEAR AGO
By the Associated Press.
CLEVELAND. March 10—Ship
ments of Lake Superior iron ere from
Lake Erie ports in" February were
67.912 gross tones, the Lake Superior
Iron Ore Association reported today.
This compares with 158,974 tons in
the same month last year. Dock bal
ances on March 1 were 4 904.158 tons,
compared with 4.867.583 tons on March
I. 1935.
Shipments for the season have
totaled 14,442.516 tons, compared with
II. 484,897 in the same period a year
ago.
B.&0. LOADINGS SHOW
DECLINE DURING WEEK
Special Dispatch to The Star.
BALTIMORE. March 10.—Carload
lngs on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
for the week ended March 7. totaled
44,496, comprising 28.968 cars loaded
on line and 15,528 received from con
nections.
This was an increase of 2,141 cars
over the same week of last year when
the total w'as 42.355, of which 28,161
cars were loaded on line and 14,194
received from connections.
For the previous week 'the week
ended February 29) total loads were
47,849, consisting of 31,216 loaded on
line and 16,633 received from con
nections.
NEW YORK BANK STOCKS
NEW YORK. March 1«.» «/P%—New York
Becurlty Dealers’ Association:
‘Quotations as of 2 o'clock.)
Bid. Asked.
Bk of Man ‘I1*) - 2*>4 2!‘34
Bankers Tr <2)- ‘54 d*
Cen Han Bk i- Tr '4'. Ill 11?
Chase Nat »1.4m _ 27 2 ;:r»*2
Chem Bk Ac Ir <1.*<)>.-_ _ nPa 5!H2
Commercial <tf> _ 1?7 1*2
Cont Bk At Tr _ 19*4 2u3-4
Corn Ex Bk A T i9)_ ‘11 1 i 92*2
Empire Tr ‘ 1 > .... _22J* 22* a
First Nat ‘Bos) (2)_ Ar'j 4**2
First Natl MOO) _19.50 1990
Guaran<y Tr (12)_ 292 29*
Irvine Tr ‘.‘KM _ _ UiP 17>-»
Manufacturers Tr ‘la)_ 4!,i* 40* •
Natl City H) _ 24V= 20*2
N Y Trust ‘5>_ 117 120
Public (Pra)_ 40 42
Title G A T_ . ll*2 12*2
a—Including extras.
--# .
SHORT-TERM SECURITIES.
■ Reported by Chas. D. Barney & Co t
Bid. Offer.
Amer. Beet Sugar Os 1940._ loti 104
Am. Tel. <fc Tel. 5%s 1943.. 113% 114
Atlantic Refining 5s 1937 .. 105*4 105%
California Packing 5s 1940. lot's 104%
Caro,. Clinfd. fc O 5s 1938. 107% 108%
Ches. fc Ohio Ry. 5s 1939. 312% 112%
Chi Gas L*. * Coke 5* 1937 lot", 105
Delaware Hudson 5%s 1937 101 ini';
Duluth f.r Ir. Range 5s 1937 105% 106
Edison El. Ilium. 4s 1938_107% _
Gen. Pub Service 5%s 1939 103% _
Or Raolds & Ind. 4%s 1941 108% _
Houston Oil 5%s 1940._10"% _
Inti. Tel. & Tel 4%s 1939. 94 95
Laclede Gas Light 5s 1939. 101% 102
Lake Erie A; West 5s 1937. 102% 104
Lehigh Valley Coal 6s 1938- 09% 99s.
Lone Isiand Gen. 4s 1938.. 105'. 105%
Louisville A- Nash. 5s 1937. 104% 105%
Michigan Central 4s 1940.. 103*/, _ _
Morris & Co 4%s 1939_104% 104%
N. Y, Chi. & St. L. 4s 1937. 105% 104%
New York Dock 5s 1938 71 73%
N. Y. Susa. & West. 6s 1937 82 83%
Pac R R. Missouri 4s 1938. 101 101%
Pacific Tel. a- Tel. 5s 1937 . 103% 103%
Penn-Dixie Cement 6s 1941 94 94%
Penna. R. R. Co. Is 1943_112% 112%
Rep Iron & Steel 5s 1940.. 105% 105%
Rio Gr Western 4s 1939_ 83 84%
Sou Pac. of Calif. 5s 1937_ 106%
Vanadium Core. 5s 1941_ 92% 93%
Wabash Rwy, Co. 5s 1939.. 102 10°%
Warner Bros. 6s 1939_ fto% 91%
West N. Y. & Pa. 5s 1837— 103% 103%
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
.NEW YORK, March 10 OF).—Butter
18.641. weaker. Creamery, higher than
extra. 31*4832*4: extra mi score), hi *2
firsts <88-91 scores), 30’.-«a31*4: central
ized (90 score), hi.
Cheese 275.476. quiet. Prices un
changed.
Eggs, 40,489. unsettled. Mixed colors:
ftDecial packs or selections from fresh re
ceipts 22822*2 standards and commercial
standards. 21*4: firsts 20'2a21: seconds
!P!2a20: dirties. No. 1, 42 pounds. 10',i:
average checks. 18*4.
SHELL ISSUE OFFERED.
NEW YORK. March 10 </P>.—An
underwriting group headed by Dillon,
Bead & Co. made public offering to
day of $60,000,000 of 15-ycar 3 Vi per
cent debentures of the Shell Union
Oil Corp. at a price of 99 per cent
of par and accrued interest. The
securities are due March 1, 1951. I
BONDS ON N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
By private wire direct to The Star.
TREASURY.
High. Low. 2:55.
2 94a 1945-47_ 10216 10212 10216
2548 1966 60_10114 1017 10111
3* 1946-4*_ 10410 1048 104 10
3* 1951-65 _ 1041 103 28 103 28
354* 1946-49_„„ 1059 1055 1055
3548 1949-62_ 1053 1053 1053
354* 1941 _ 1091 109 109
*54* 1940-46_ 10630 10630 10630
3*4* 1940-43 June 108 24 108 23 108 24
3*4* 1941-43 Mar 1098 1095 1098
3 94* 19 4 3-47 _ 1089 108 4 1089
394* 1946 66_ 11029 11022 11029
4* 1944-64 - 112 17 11215 11216
4 % a-8 54 s 1943-46 10712 1079 10712
454* 1647-62_11718 11710 117 18
FEDERAL FARM MORTGAGE.
8* 1949 _ 10216 10213 10213
354* 1964_ 104 104 104
HOME OWNERS’ LOAN
254a 1942-44_101111018 1018
294* 1939-49 _1016 1015 1015
3* 1952_ 10210 1028 10210
FOREIGN BONDS.
High Low 2:55
Abltlbl Pa&Pw 6*'63 46 45% 45%
Aar Mtg Bk Col 6*
'47 Febr eon on__ 20 20 20
Agr Mte Col Bk 6s
%S April couen- 20 20 20
Akershus 5* 63 — 995j 99% 99%
Alpine Mont S 7s'65.. 96% 96% 9654
Antioaula 7* 45 A... 10% 9% 9%
Antioaula 7s '45 B- 10% 9% 9%
Antioaula 7s 45 C- 10*8 10 10
Antioaula 7s 45 D — 10% 10 10".
Antioaula 1st 7* '57__ 954 9% 9%
Argentine 6 %s 62_ 98% 97*4 98%
Argentine 6s'57 A_ 100 99% 100
Argentine 6s'6* B 99% 99% 99%
Areentine 6s 59 June 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6s '60 May 100% 99% 10054
Areentine 6s '60 Sept 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6s '61 Fehr 99% 99% 99%
Areentine 6s 61 May 100 100 100
Australia 4 54*'56_100% 99% 99%
1 Australia 6s'55_105% 105% 105%
Australis 5s'57_105% 10554 105%
Austrian 7s-67_ 96 95% 96
Bavaria S 6%s '45_ 31% 31% 31%
i Belgium fis '6b _107% 105% 105*4
: Belgium 6%s'49_ 106*4 106*4 106%
! Belgium 7s 65__ 1111, 110% 110%
j Belgium 7s '66 _____ 108*, 108% 108%
! Berlin Elec 6s '55_ 27*, 27% 27%
| Bol'vla 7s 5*_ 7% 7% 7%
Bolivia 7s 69_ 7% 7% 7%
Bolivia 8s 47 _ 11% 11% 11%
j Brazil 6%s 26-*57_ 27% 27% 27%
! Brazil 6%s'27-'57_ 27% 27% 27%
Brazil 7s'52_ 28% 28% 28%
Braz’l 8s *1 _______ 33 32*4 32%
Brisbane 5s '67_ 99% 99 99%
Brisbane 5s 68_ 99% 99*4 99%
Buenos A Aires
4*4s-4%s '77 (Pv)_ 61*4 61*4 61%
Buenos A 4%s '76 Auf 62*2 62*4 62*4
Buenos A 6s 61 St Pv 64 63% 64
BuenosA6M>s'6i «tPv_ 64% 64 64%
Bolenrla 7%s 68
May coupon off__ 14*4 14 14
Caldas 7 %s 46 _ 12% 11% 11%
Canada 2%s'45_ 98', 98% 98%
1 Canada 4s 60_ 108% 108 108
I Canada 5s'62 _ 114% 114% 114%
Cauca Valley 7%s '46 11% 11% 11%
Chile 6s 60 _ 14% 14% 14%
I Chile 6s 61 Jan_ 14% 14% 14%
I Chile 6_ 61 Febr_ 14% 14*4 14%
| Chile 6s 61 Sept_ 14%. 14% 14%
Chile 6s 62 _ 14%. 14% 14*4
j Chile Mtg Bk 6s '61_13% 13 13
1 Chile Mtg Bk 6s 62 _ 13 13 13
' Chile Mtg Bk 6%s-57 13 13 13
i Chile Mte Bk 6%s 61 13% 13% 13%
i Chinese Gv Ry 6s 61. 48 48 48
j Colombia 6s 61 Jan . 13% 23% 23%
Colombl 6s 61 Oct - 23% 23% 23%
Copenhagen 6s "62 97% 97% 97%
Costa Rica 7s '51 Nov 47 47 47
Coats K'ea 7s 61 A
Mav coupon on_ 53% 33% 33%
Cuba 5s 04- 44 _101*4 101', 101%
Cuba 5s'14-'49_100% 100% 100%
Cube 6 % s 45 _ 47 46 46
Cund amarca 6%s’59 13 13 13
Czechoslovakia 8s '61 104 104 104
Denmark 4%s 62_ 98% 98 98
Denmark 6%s 65_ 101% 101% 101%
Denmark 6s 42 __ 105*, 105% 105%
Dominic 1st 6%s 40 67 66 67
Domtnlc 1st 6%# 42 69% 69%. 69%
Dresden 7s tf ,J_. __ 29% 25% 29%,
Elec Pw Ger 6%s'60. 32 32 32
Ele< Pw Ger 6%s 63. 31% 31% 31%
El Salvador 8s 48 ct_ 60 60 60
Finland 6s 4o _ 106*4 106% 106%
Finland «%s 56 ___ 102% 102*4 102%
Frankfort 6%s 63_ 25% 25% 25%
Ger (_ Bk A 6s 38 _ 30 30 30
Ger C Bk A6s 60 July 30% 30% 30%
Ger C Bk A 6s 60 Oct 31% 31% 31%
Ger Gov 6 %s «5 Stpd 28 27% 27%
Ger Prov * CUy Bk
con Ac 6 %s 58 __ f,5% 35% 35%
Ger Rep 7s'49 slpd._ 36% 36% 56%
Good H S & I 7s 45 ... 34% 34% 34%
Grt Ur*lrb**» 37 107% 106% 107%
Grt C Ei Jap 6%s 60 91 91 91
' Grt C El Jap 7s 44 94 93 93
, HeMngfr.rs 6%s 60 108 108 108
I 1 Iseder Sleel 6s 48 _. 31% 31*, 31*,
j ItsIV 7s 0 1 69% 69 09%
! Ital Crd P W 7s'47 B 62:« 61 62%
Ital P L* Crd 7s 52 __ 58 57 58
Japan 5 %s 65 _ 84 83% 83%
j Japan 6H* '64 __ 97% 97 97
Lombard El 7s '62_ 53% 53*4 53%
I Medellin 6 %s 64 ._ 10% 10 10
Merid Elec 7s 67 A._ 57 56 57
Mex 4s '10-'45 asst _ 6% 6% 6%
Mex 4s 10-'45asst am 6 5% 5%
| Mex 6s'33 asst lee_ 7% 7% 7%
! Mex 6s '33 asst sm_ 7% 7% 7%
Milan 614! '62 __ 59 58% 59
Minas Gere 6%e 'St
Sept coupon oft_ 19% 19 19
Montecaltnl 7s '37_ 79 78% 79
New So Wales 6s '6* . 101% 101% 101%
Nor Ger Llovd 6s '47. 92% 92% 92%
Norway 6s 63 _ 102 102 102
Norway 6%s '65_101 100% 100%
Norway 6s 62 __ 100% 100% 100%
Nuremberg 6s '52_ 26% 26% 26%
Oriemal Dev 6s 63._ 82% 82 82
Oslo 6s 65 _102', 102% 102*4
Oslo G & E6s'63_103% 1034, 103%
Panama 6%s 55_104% 104% 104%
Peru 6s 60 _ 14% 14% 14%
Peru 6s 61 _ 14% 14% 14% j
Poland 6s'40___75% 75 75%
Poland 7s 47_ 106 106 106
Poland 8 s '50 __ 90 88% 88%
Porto Alegre *s 61
J une coupon off_ 18% 18% 18%
Prussia 6s 62 _ 27% 27% 27%
Queensland 7s '41 _. 111% 111 111
Rhine W El P 6s 65 .. 31% 31% 31%
Klo de Jan 8a '46
April coupon off ._ 19% 19% 19%
Klo Gr do Sul 6s <t
June coupon off 17 16% 17
Rio Gr do Sui 7s It
May coupon oft_ 21 21 21
Rom# 6%s '62 _ 62% 60 62%
, Sao Paulo C «%s 'ST
May coupon oft_ 19 19 19
I Sao Paulo St 7* 40 .. 90% 90 90
j Sao Paulo St 8s 38
July coupon oft __ 26% 26 26%
Saxon Pb W 6%e '61 32% 32% 32%
Saxon Pb W 7» 45 32% 32% 32%
Saxon St Mtg 6%s’46 32% 32% 32%
Serb* ts 62 unm c o 25 25 25
Siemens & H 6%s 61 47% 47% 47%
SHesla Ptov 7s 58 68% 68% 68%
Silesia Elec 6%s'46.. 28% 28% 28%
Sydney 6%a '65 _. 101 101 101
1’alwan Klee 6%s *71. 79 78% 78%
Toho El Pw 7a'66_ 94% 94% 94%
Tokto 6s 62 _ 73 72 72
Toklot>%a 61 _ 78% 78 78%
Tokto El Lt 6s’63 ... 82 81% 81%
Ullgawa E P 7a 45— 94% 94% 94%
Uruguay 6s 60 - 48% 47% 48%
Uruguay 6s 64.___48% 48% 48%
Uruguay 8s 46 - 48% 48 48%
Venetian M G B 7s’52 65 55 55
Westphal El P 6a '63 32 32 32
Yokohama 8s '«l- .. 83% 82% 82%
DOMESTIC BONDS.
Adanir Exp 4s 47_100% 100% 100%
Alleg Corp 6s 44_ 94 93% 94
Alleg Corn 6* 49- 88% 87% 87%
Alleg Corp 6a '60 - 77% 77% 77%
Alleg Corn 6a 60 etp 54% 53 53%
All'ed Stores «%a'60 100% 100% 100%
Allis Chaim 4* 46 130 128 128%
Am A For Pw 68 2030 79 78% 79
Am Ice eyas 63_ 73% 73% 73%
Am Inti 6%s 49_ 105% 105 106%
Am Roll Mill 4 %•'49 124 121 124
Am T A T 4 %s 39 116 116 116
Am T A I Cl tr 6s 46 109 108% 109
Am T A T deb 6a 80 113% 113 113%
Am TAT dab 6s 66 114 113% 113%
AmTAT6%a 43 114 114 114
Am Tvpe F 8a 40 cfe 99% 98 98
Am Wat Wks 6a 44 113% 113% 113%
Am Wat will 6s '76 109 108% 108%
Am Writ P 6s 47 cfs 44 43% 44
Ansronda db 4%e '60 104% 104 104
Anglo Ch N'ttr 7s 46 24% 24 24
Armour A Co 4%s '89 105% 105 105
Arm'r(jD«lH*t 48 66. 97% 97% 97%
TTlsh. Low. 2:65.
A TAS Fe art 4s’9R *t 112 111 112
A TAS Fa rn «■‘95 114% 11364 114%
ATASFe 4 74e«» 113% 113 113
A TAS FTCSL4s’6» 11254 112% 112%
Atl A Ch A L 6s '44 .110 110 110
Atl Coast L 1st 4s 62 9 9 9874 99
Atl Coast Lclt 48 -62 89% 8854 89%
Atl Coast L 6s-45_ 977* 98% 9874
AtlanttcAf) 1st 4s ‘48 5174 5154 5154
Atl Hefln deb 6s '27 _ 10554 105% 105%
Auburn Auto 464 s'39 " 107 108 109
Aust A Nor 6s 41_ 104 104 104
B & O let 4* 42_106% 106 106%
B A O 4 %s *0_ 7374 7254 73
BAO 1st 6s 42_ 11214 112 112
B A O ref 6s 96 A_ 8554 85 85
B AO 6s 96 F _ 84% 82% 84
B A O ref 6s 2060 D._ 84% 82% 8354
BAO ref 6s'95 C_ 9674 95% 95%
BAO PLEA TV V 4s’41 104 10874 10374
BAO Swn 6s '60 _104% 104% 104%
BAO Toledo 4s '89._ 97% 97 97
BankAAroos 4s 61... 10874 1 0874 1 0874
BaneAAroos ev 4s"5t 115V* 11574 115%
Beech Crk 4s -36 Ktd. 1005* 10054 100%
Bell T of Pa 6s 48 B. 120 120 120
Bell T of Pa bs'60 C. 128 12774 128
Beth Steel 4%s 60s? 106 10554 10574
Bos A Ms 4 64 s'61 J._ 84% 84% 84%
Bos A Me 6s'66_ 89 877* 88
Boe A Me 6s '67_ 88 8774 87%
Bot Con M 8%s *24... 24 23 24
Bot Con M 6%s '34 ct. 22% 2254 22%
Bklyn Cy RR 6s'41.. 9674 96% 96%
Bklvn Edts 6s 52 E„ 105% 105% 105%
Bklvn M T 6s 68 A_106% 106% 106%
Bklvn Un El 6s '60 .. 114% 1137., 113%
Bklyn Un Gas 6s '45.. 121% 121% 121%
Bklyn Un Gas 6s '60.. 105 105 105
Bklyn Un G 6s'57 B.. 10854 108% 10854
Brown Shoe 264S'60. 106 106 106
Buff RAP con 4 %s'57 795, 7954 79%
B C R ft N cl 6s *34 .. 24% 247s 2474
BC R 4 N El ctfs. 25 25 25
Bush T Bide 6s 60 .. 64 64 64
Bv-Prod Ck 6%s 45.. 9814 98% 98'4
Calif GAE ref 6s 37. 10774 107 107
Can dtsn Nt R4 14s 51 113% 112% 112%
Can'dlan Nt R4 %s'66 113 113 113
Can'dlan Nt R4 %s'67 112 112 112
Can'dlan N Ss^gJuly 116% 116% 116%
Can'dlan Nt 6s 69()ct 118 118 118
Can'dlan N db6 74a'46 125% 125 125%
lan dlan pc db4sperp 92% 91>4 91%
Can'dlan Po 4 74a 60 lost* 103% 103%
Can'dlan Pc6a'44cfs 1145, 114% 114%
Can'd an Pc 6a 64 10774 107% 107%
Cent of Ga con 6s'45. 36% 36 36
Cent of Ga 6s 69 C . 17 17 17
Cent of Ga rf 6 74s-69 18 18 18
Cent I1IE AG 6s 61.. 101% 10154 101%
Cent N Fne 4e 61_ 67% 67 67
Cert of N J 48 '*7 . 92', 92% 92'4
Cent of N J een 6s*87 102'* 102% 102%
Cent Pac 1st rf 4s 49 109 1087a 109
Cent Pac 6s 60 _ 96% 965, 96%
Cent Steel 8s '41_126', 126 126
Cert'd deb 5 74 a 48 . 97% 97 97%
Chesap C cv cl 6s 44. 117', 117 117%
cnesap corp 68 47_130% 130 130's
C&Ogen4%s 92_ 124 123% 123%
C & O 4 %s '93 A_113 113 113
C A O 4 %s '96 B-113 113 113
C*Ocon6a 39_ 112 112 112
Chi B & Q een 4s '6* .. 112% 112% 112%
Chi B&Q J dlv 4s '49.. 111% 111% 111%
Chi & Alt ret 3s 49.54% 53 54%
Chi & E III 5s 5! .. 18% 18% 18%
CM & E 111 con 6s '34. 94 94 94
Chi U L & C 6s 37_104% 104% 104%
Chi Grt W 49 69 35% 35V* .35%
Chi Ind & Louis 5s'47 47% 47 47',
Chi 1 * % gen 5s 66 _ 26 25% 26
Chi I * L gen 6s 66._ 26% 26% 26% 1
OMAStP 4s 89 ... 58 57% 57% I
CM&Si P gn 4 % 89 C. 61 61 61
CM*SlP4%8 89 E ... 61 61 61
C.M&rStP 6a 76 23 22% 22%
CM&StPAP adl5s2000 8 7% 8
Chi & N tV gn 3 %s 87 47% 47% 47%
Chi 4 NW 4 %s 2037 . 23% 2.3 23
Chi & s W 4 %s2('37C- 23 23 23
Ch' & N VV 4 % s 49 _. 15% 14% 14%
Chi & N W gn 6s ’87_52% 52% 52%
Chi R l&P rt 4s 34 . 19 18% IS'-,
Cht K l&P rf 4s'34 cf. 16% 16', 16%
Chi H l&P gn 48 88 41 40% 41
Chi R l&P 4%s 62 .. 19 18% 10
C K 1&P 4%s'62 i.s.. 17% 17%. 17%
Chi R l&P 4 %s 60 9% 9% 9%
Chi St L&N Me 4s '61 94 94 94
CMTH&- 'st hs 611 95 95 95
Chi Union Sta 4s 44.. 105% 105% 105%
Chi Un Sta 48 63 110% 110% 110%
Chi Un Sta 4%s 63 A 106 106 106
Chi Ln Sta 6s 63 B .. 106% 106% 106'*
Chi & W I con 4s 62.. 104% 104% 104%
Cht & W I 6%s 62... 107% 107% 107%
Chillis* Co 5s 43_ 84% 84 84
Chile Cop deb 6s 47.. 102V* 102 102
Cin Gas El 4s 68 A ... 103 102% 103
Cin Un ler 5s 57 C-_. 112% 112% 112%
Cin Un Ter ca 2020 &. 109% 109% 109%
CCC&StL gen 4s '93 .. 104% 104 104
CCC&StL rf 4 %s'77E 91 90% 90%
CCCAStL rf 6s 63 D 98% 98V* 98%
CCC&StLStL dv4s’90 103% 103% 103'.,
CCC AS tLC W * M 4 s’ 91 100% 100 100
Clev El illu 3%s '65 .. 110 110 110
Clew Uu Ter «%s 7" 100% 100% 100%
Clew Un Ter 6s 73 it 106"* 105s* 106s.
Clew Cn Ter 5%s'77A 109'/.. 109% 109',
Colo Fuel * Ir 5s 43. 100% 100% 100s*
Colo I rid Cl tr 6s 34.. 66 64% 66 !
Coin* So 4 %s s0._ 74% 73'., 74
Coiiitnhia O & E
6s 62 Maw .. 103 102% 103
Columbia GAB Es'61 103% 103 J03% I
Cornel inw T 6%s 49 111 % 111 % 111 % j
Cor Coal Md rf 6s 50 33 32% 3.3
Con Coal Md 6s 50 rfs 3.3% 32s. 33%
Con Gas N Y 4 %s 61 107% 107% 107%
Con Gas N Y 6s 67 . 1041* 104% 104%
Con G N Y db 5%s'45 104 104 104
Consum P un 3 '<.s'fi5 105s; 105% 105%
Consum Pwr 3%s 65 108% 108% 108%
Container deb 6* 43 . 101% 101% 101s.
Crown CAS 4s '60_105% 105% 105V*
Crown Will P 6s '61.. 104 104 104
Cuba K K 1st 6s '62 55% 55% 55'%
Cuba Nor RR 6%s’42 60% 60% 60%
Climb T * T 6s '37 . 103% 103% 103s,
Dayton P&I, 3%s '60. 106% 106 106'*
Dei & Hud tef 4s 43.. 87 86% 86%
Del* Hud 5 %e '37... 101% 101% 101%
Den G & E 6s '61_108% 108% 108'*
Den & R G cn 4s '36.. 36% 36 36%
Den & R G 4%s 86 .36% .36% 36%
Den* KG W 6s 66 .. 19% 19% 19%
Den*RGW 5s'65asst. 18% 17% 18%
Den & R G rt 6s 78 29% 29 29
Detroit Edls 4s 66 F 110% 110% 110'%
Det Edison 4%sfil D. 116 116 116
Det Riv Tun 4 %s’61. 114% 114% 114%
Ea«t Cuba S 7%* '37. 21 19% 20
ETenn liet 6s 38 .. 102% 102% 102%
Ed El 11 Bklvn 4s '39. 107s* 107% 107%
Erie cv 4s 63 A__ 87% 87 87%
Erie cw 4s '63 B_ 87 87 87
Erie 4e'96 _104% 104'.. 104%
Erie gen 48 '9#_ 86% 85% 86%
Erie ref 6s «7_ 79% 78V, 78%
Erie ref Es 76 _ 79 78 78%
Erie Gen Riv 6s'67.. 118 118 118
Erie * Jersey 6s 55 117 117 117
Fed Lt A Tr Int 6s '42 100% 100% 100%
Fed Lt A Tr 6s 42 St. 100% 100% 100%
Fla EC Ry 4%s ’69 _ 59 59 59
Fla E C Rv 6s 74 cfs- 7% 7% 7%
Fran Sue 7 Ha '42.__. 57% 57% 57%
Gen Cable 6Ha 47._ 105 »105 105
Gen steel C 6 He 49-. 91% 91 91
Gen Thea Eo 6s 40 .. 29 27% 28
Gen Th Eo 6s 40 cfs. 28% 27% 28
Goodrich #s 46 .... 105 104% 104%
Goodrich 6%e 47_ 108 108 108
Goodvr TAR fie 67 104% 103% 103%
Gotham Silk H fis '3« 100% 100% 100%
Gr Tr'k ot Can 6s 36 102% 102% 102%
Gt N H Ken 4%s 78 D 104% 104% 104%
Gt N R sen 6s-73C_HO 110 110
OtN R 6%s 62 B _115% 115% 115%
GINK een 7s '36 A._ 101% 101% 101%
Green Ray 6» 82 B._. 12% 11% 11%
Gulf M A N 6a 60 .. 92% 92% 92%
Gulf Sta Stl 6%s '48- 103% 103% 103%
Har Ky-P C 1st 48-54 98% 98% 98%
Hoo Val 4%s "99_121 120% 120%
Houston Oil 6%i 40. 102% 102% 102%
Hudson Coal 6a *62 . 43% 42% 43%
Hud A Man me 6s -67. 36% 34 35
Hud* Man ref 6a-67. 87 86% 87
111 Bell Tel 8%a ’70 . 107% 106% 107
111 Cent coll tr 4a 63. 82% 81% 82%
HI Cent ref 4s -65_ 88 88 88
111 Cent 4%a 66 - 76% 75% 75%
111 Cent ref 6s *66_ 98% 98% 98%
111 Cent 6%e 10 ... 101% 101% 101%
111 Cent Lou 3%s’63. 98 98 98
111 Cent St L 3s-61 ... 87 87 87
111 Cent st L 3 He 61. 90% 90% 90%
ICCAStL NO 4 Ha 63 82% 81% 82
ICN'AStL NO 6a 63 ... 86% 85% 86
lnd Ill&Iowa 48 '60 101 101 101
Ind polls U R 6s 65 A 105% 106% 105%
Hit H T 1st rf 6a *« 93% 93% 93%
l R T 1st ref 6a «6cfa 92% 92% 92%
Int RTfi -32 ctfs_ 65 55 55
int H T 7a -31 _ 92% 92% 92%
Int R T 7a S3 ctfs_ 91% 91% 91%
Int Cement «a 46_126% 124 125
Int Ort Nr 5a 66 B... 39 39 39
Int Ort Nr 6s 62 A .. 42 41% 41%
lo> Or Nr adl 6s’62A 13 12% 13
Int Hydro El «s 44 . 52% 51% 52
Int MerMirta 41 .. 76 76 76
Int Pap 1st 6s 47 A.. 95% 94% 95%
Int Pap ref «a 66 .. 83% 82% 82%
Int Rv of C A 6a '72 . 86% 86 86
Int Ry of C A 6%a’47. 84% 84% 84%
IntTATcviHs'll. 95% 94% 94%
Int TAT 4H* ’6*_ 85% 84% 84%
int T A T 6s 66_ 98 88% 88%
i
High. LOW. S:oO
Inv Ea 5s '48 B iw_100% 100% 100%
Iowa C Ist&rf 4a ‘61_. 3 2% 2%
James f*C4i S9 -- 95% 95% 95%
KanC P&L4%s 61. 113% 113 113
Kan CSo 1st Ss 60 __ 83% 83% 83%
Kan C So rf In 6s 60. 85% 84% 84%
KanC Ter 1st 4s *0. 108% 107% 107%
Kan Q & E) 4 %s '80 .. 105% 105% 105H
Kendall 6%s 48 ww. 104 103% 104
Kresge Pout! 4s‘46... 108 108 108
Laclede Gas 6s 3» ._ 102 102 102
Laclede O 6 %» 68 C-. 76 75% 76%
LautaroNttr 6s 64.. 25 25 25
Len C&N 4 %s '64 A._ 102% 102% 102%
Leh C&N 4 %a 64 C-_ 102% 102% 102'/*
Leh Val Coal 6s 64 ... 65 65 65
Leh Val Coal 6s 33_ 99% 99% 99%
Leh Val Har 6s 64 J_ 95V* 95 95
L V N y 4%a 40 atd. 94% 94% 94%
Leh V Pa con «s 2003. 61 49% 49%
Leh V Pcon4%s 2008 63% 62% 52%
Leh V RK con 6e 2008 60 59% 60
LIbb & Myr 6a 61_124% 124% 124%,
Loew s 6s 41 _102% 102% 102%
Long Dock «s '85_ 106 106 106
Long 1st ret 4s *9... 102V* 102 102
Lorrlllard 6s'61_120% 120% 120%
Lorrlllard 7s 46_132% 132V* 132V*
La & ArU 6s 69_ 91% 91% 91%
Lou G & E 6s '63 A_112 112 112
1.6 6 mi 2003 C_108% 108% 108%
L&N P&M 4s '46_107% 107% 107%
L&NStL3s'80_ 87 87 87
MeKess A H 6%s '60. 103% 103% 103%
Man S 1st 7%s'42efa. 37 37 37
Manhat R 4s 90 ... 65 65 65
Manhat H 4s 90 etfs 60 60 60
Manila El R&L 6s'53. 100 100 100
Manila RR SL 4s 39. 82% 82% 82%
Marion St Sh 6s *7_ 82 80 82
Mead Co 6s 46 _ 104 103% 103%
Mich Cent 4%s '79_105% 105% 105%
Mid RR N J 6s 40_ 91 91 91
MU E R&S L6s 61... 104 103% 103%
Mil E R&S L rf bs ’71 103'% 103% 103%
Mil & Nor con 4 %s'39 85 85 85
Minn & S L rt 4s 49 . 5 5 5
Minn & S L 6s 34 cfa. 8 7% 8
MStP&SSM cn 4s 38. 41% 41 41
MStP&SSM 6s '3* et. 46 46 46
MStP&SSM 6H» 49.. 29% 29% 29%
MStP&SSM 6%s-7* . 92 92 92
MStP&SSM rf 6s 46A 34 34 34
Mo 111 5s 69 ,... ... 45 45 45
Mo K & T 1st 4s %0_ 85% 84% 85%
Mo K * T 4S 62 B_ 63% 62% 63%
Mo K A T 4 Vis 73_ 68 67% 67%
Mo K & T 6s 62 A ... 72% 72 72
Mo K & T a<ll 5a 67_44% 43% 44
Mo Pac ts '76 _ 13% 13% 13%
Mo Pac 6s ’65 A_... 32 31 31%
Mo Pac 6s'77 F_... 31% 31 31%
Mo Pac 6s '73 G_ 31% 31 31%
Mo Pac 6s '80 H_ 31% 31 31%
Mo Pac 6s'811 __ 31% 31 31%
Mo Pac 6 % a 49 A_ 10 10 10
Mob & Ohio 4 %s '77_ 12% 12% 12%
Mohawk & M 4s'91 . 95 95 95
Monone Rr 1st 4s'60. 108% 108*. 108%
Mont Cent 6s 37 .. 105% 105% 105%
Mont Pwr ref 6s 43.. 106% 106% 106%
Mont Pwr 5s 62 A... 102% 101% 101%
Mont Tram 6s 41__ 104% 104% 104%
Morris & Co 4 %■ 89. 104% 104% 104%
Mor & Esx 3 %s 2000 . 93% 93% 93%
Mor & Esx 4 % s'55_ 91 % 91 91
Mor * Esx 5s '55 .. 98 97% 98
Mut Fuel Gas 5a '47.. 112% 112% 112%
Nashv C&St L «s 78. 92 {92 92
Nassau El 4s 61 etd. 68% 68% 68%
Nat Dairy t>V»a 48 . 103% 103% 103%
Nat Ills Pt «%s 46 104%. 1U4% 104%
Nat K M Ist4s’51 asst 5 4'* 5
Nat R M 4 Vi* 67 asst 5 5 5
Nat Steel «* 66 106% 106% 106%
New E r&T 1 st 6s '62 123%. 122', 122%
New J P&Ulia 60 106% 106', 106",
New Or G Nit 6 a ISA 84", 84 84
New Or PS 5s'63 A.. 94% 94', 94',
New Or P S >s 66 B . 94% 93% 93%
New Or T&M 6%s 54 36% 36% 36%
N Y Cent 3 Vis 97 ... 101% 101% 101%
N Y Cent 4s 42 _ 105 105 105
N Y Cent con 4s '98 98% 98% 98%
N Y Cent rf 4 Vis 2013 84". 84 84' .
N Y C if 4 Vis 2013 n.. 84% 83% 84%
N Y Cent ref 6s 2013. 91 90 90%
N Y Cent rv 6s 44 . 115", 114 115',
NTCL Sh 3 % s 93 . 97 95% 97
NYC Mich C 3 %s '98. 96 96 96
N VC&SIL 1st 4s 37 .. 103". 103'. 103%
NYC&StL 4 %s 73 . 84 82 ’ 83",
NYC&StL 5%s 74 A 95 94 95'
NYC&StL 1st 6a '35.. 306% 106% 106%
N Y Chl&StL 6s'38 ... 90% 90% 90%
N Y Dock 1st 4s 51_ 72 72 72
N Y Dock 6s 31 .. 70 70 70
N Y Edison 6s 44 B.. 104% 104% 104%
N Y Ed ret 6%s 43 . 108% 108% 108%
N Y G El H&P 4S 49. 115 115 115
N Y G EI HAP 51-48. 124% 124% 124%
N Y L&W 1st 43 73 . 100% 100 100%
NY NH & H 3Vis 68_. 33 33 33
NY NH & H 4s 55_ 35 34% 3411
NY NH & H 41 '66_ 35 34% 35
NY NH & H 4 Vis 67 .. 37 36% 36%
NY NH&H cl tr 6s'40. 46% 46% 46%
N Y NH & H ev 6s 43. 37% 37% 37%
N Y O&W een 4s 65.. 45% 45 45
N Y tt&H ret 4s 92 . 51% 50% 50%
N Y Putnam 4s 93 92% 92". 92".
N Y &gns cn 3%s'65 106% 106 ' 106%
N Y IDs metis «b 42% 41', 42
N Y livs lucks k.Vasst 42 42 42
•N Y Rvs6s kS A .. 103% 103% 103%
N ¥ Steam 1st 5s 51. 106% 106% 106%
N ¥ S&W een 6s 4 0 . 65 65 65
N Y 'lei ten 4%s 39 110% 110% 110%
N Y Tr f!k ks 46 stn . 92 92 92
N Y VV & ti 4 %s 46 . 19 18% 18%
Nias L&O P 6s'55 .. 107' , 107% 107%
Mae Sh 0 Vis 611 . 102% 102% 102%
Norf So 1st ref 6s'61 18% 18", 18".
Norf&W PC&C 4s 41 107% 107". 107%
North Am Co ns 61 106 105% 106
North Am Ed 6s 57 A 103% 103% 103%
North Am Ed 6s 69 C 105% 105% 105"
North Am Ed 1 Vis '63 104 104 104
Nor Pac een Sa 2047.. 84% 84 84%
Nor Pac 4a 87 -111% 110% 110%
Nor n Pac 4 Vis 2047.. 102% 102 102%
Nor'n Pac 6s 2047 C._ 107 107 107
Nor'n Pac 5a 2047 D__ 107% 107 107
Nor Pac 6a 2047 - 110% non 110%
Nor'n St P lst5s'41A. 105% 104% 105%
Ont Pwr Ntae 6s '43.. 113% 113 113
Ore R H & N 4s 46 . Ill m in
Ore W R K & N 4a 61 107', 107% 107%
Otis Steel 6s «l- 102% 102% 102%
Pac Coast 6s'4 6 . 66 66 66
Pacific Oas&El 4S'6». 108% 108% 108%
Pac O ft E 6s 42 - 103V. 103' , 103%
Pac Tal 1st Cs '87-103% 103% 103%
Pac T&T ref 6s'62— 108 108 108
Param t Plo 6a‘56_ 88% 88 88
Penn Olxte C 6s 41... 94 q a qa
Penn P A G 4%s *1_. 1074 107 1074
Penn RR con 4s 48 113'* 1134 113%
Penn R R ti 13 1034 103% 103%
Penn HR 44s *1 D_110% 110 110
Penn RK 4 4» 84 .. 110% 110% 110%
Penn RH gn 4%s 65. 114 113% 113%,
Penn RR <1b 4 %s 70. 103% 103 103%
Penn RR 6s 64 __ 105% f05% 105%
Penn RR gen 6s 68.. 120% 120 120
PeoO G&C rf 6s 47.. 1104 1104 1104
Peo G G&C 6s '43-117% 117% 117%
Pere Mara 1st 4s 66.. 93% 93% 93%
Pere Mara 4%s 80 .. 97 96% 96%
Pere Mara 1st 6s 66.. 102 101% 102
Phlla BAVV 4s '43 ... 112% 111% 112%
Phlla BAVV 4%s 81.. 114% 114% 114%
Phlla Co 6s 67 ... 106 105% 106
Phlla El Co 4%s 67.. 108 108 108
Phlla A R C A i 6s 73 47% 46% 47
Phlla A K C A I 6s 49 28% 27% 28
Philippine Hv 4e '37 29 28% 28%
Plllsbuiv FI M 6s 48. 107% 107% 107%
PCC&StG 6s 76 B .. 120 119% 119%
Pllts&W Va 4%s 60C- 86 85% 86
Pott A CAD 6s'63 A.. 95% 95% 95%
Port Gen El 4 %s 60 72 71% 71%
Porto Rico A T 6s 43 81 81 81
Postal lei A C 6s 63. 37 364 36%
Pressed Stl C 6s S3.. 85 84% 84%
Pub SE1 AG 4s 71 105 105 105
Pure Oil 4%s’50 vvw. 126 123% 126
Pure Oil 4%s ’50 iw.. 102% 102% 102%
Purity Hak 6s 48_100% 99% 99%
R-K-O 6s '41_ 76 76 76
Reading Jer C 4a'61.. 100 99% 99%
Reading R 4 He 97 A. 108 107% 107%
Rem-K 6%a'47 A ww. 1044 1044 1044
Rep lr A Stl 6s'40 .. 105% 1054 105%
Republic Stl 4 %e 60. 121% 120 121
Republic Stl 4%s'61. 99% 99 99
Republic Stl 6 %s 64. 108% 108% 108%
Revere Cop 4 %s'56._ 104% 104% 1041*
Richfield 011 6s 44 . 40 39 40
Richfield O 6s 44 cfs 39% 38% 39
HOW 1st ex In 4s '39 844 844 844
RIO G W col 4s 49 A. 48 48 48
Koch GAE 6s 62 E .. 109 109 109
R 1 AAL 1st 4%s 84.. 18% 18 18%
Rutland KR 44s 41. 40 40 40
St Jo Ry G TAP 6s'37 105% 104% 104%
St G 1MAS RAG 4s'33 75 75 75
St G P&NW 61 48... 45% 45 45%
St Lr-s F 4S 60 A ... 23% 22% 23%
St G-S F 48 '60 A Cfe. 20% 20% 20%
Si G-S F 4 %s 78 204 194 19%
St G-S F 4 %1'78 cf St 18% 18% 18%
St GS W 1st 4s 89 . 89% 89 89%
St G S W gn rf 6s '90. 36% 36 36
St G SW 1st lef e#’5J 534 52% 534
StPM&MM ex 4s'37.. 103% 103% 103%
St P Du Dep rel 6a'7I 120 120 120
San AAA Ps.se 4S 48. 98% 98 98%
San An PbS 68 62 A. 109% 109'% 109%
Seabd AG ret 4a 69.. 7% 7% 7%
Seabd A G la'46 A_ 10v* 9% 10%
Saabd A G 6a '46 cfa.. 8% 8% 8%
Seabd A-Fl 6e'36A ct_ 5 4% 5
A
Retail Volume Regarded as
Indication of New Trade
Advance.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
CHICAGO. March 10.—After two
weeks in which inclement weather
was the major factor in retarding gains
over last year, retail advertising in
newspapers, an unusually good indi
cation of the trend of retail business
activity, again showed gains for the
week ended February 29, Advertising
Age reported today.
For that week retail advertising
lineage in the newspapers of 66 major
cities was 15,213,094, up 1.9 per cent
from the 14,929,936 lines carried dur
ing the corresponding week of 1935.
For the year to date, retail advertis
ing is 1.6 per cent ahead of the same
period of 1935, Advertising Age reports.
The 1936 total Is 131,541,688 lines,
compared with 129,448,300 lines last
year.
During the month of February re
tail advertising just about held its
own in comparison with 1935, register
ing a gain of three-tenths of 1 per cent.
_
Washington Produce
BUTTER—Range of prices to store*
gathered from wholesale dealers 'prices to
nearby shippers based on Philadelphia and
New York prices): One-pound prints, car
ton (92 score*. 36*38: 1-pound prints car
ton <99 score*. 33*36: 14-pound prints,
carton <92 score). 37*39: '4-pound prints,
carton <9<> score*. 34a37: tubs (92 score),
38: tubs (99 score*. 34a35.
MEATS—Beef 11*2*18: veal 10a16:
lamb. 15*25: loin. 29*21: fresh ham 22*
23 smoked ham 23a25; compound. 1214*
1234: lard. 12Vz*13.
LIVE STOCK—Hogs light. 19810’4. me
diums. loalob: heavies, OalOV*; roughs.
5*8*2; calves. ftalO.
Prices paid shippers, net. f.o b Wash
ington. Bv the United States Bureau of
Agricultural Economics:
EGGS—Market weak receipts heavy and
demand dull Prices 2*2-3 cents
Current receipts. 19 hennery whites. 20.
Government graded and dated white eggs
'including grading and marketing costs*:
U S extras large. 24 U S extras me
diums. 23: U S standards, large. 22*2
LIVE POULTRY—Market steady at un
changed prices. Fowl: Colored, heavy. ~0
a 22: Leghorn?. 17a 19 roosters. 12a 14
Chickens: Plymouth Rock broilers. 23a‘.4:
fryers and roasters. 25a26 Leghorn broil
ers. 20*21: mixed colors. 18*20. Canons,
heavy. 28: ijcht. 25: slips. 22 Turkeys,
young hens. 25: young toms- 18*20.
Fruits and Vegetable*.
Sales In large lots by original receivers
up to s am today
APPLES—No carlot arrivals: n broken
cars on track Bushels: Supplies mod
erate demand moderate: market steady.
Virginia Grimes U S No 1 2*4-inch
minimum 50*60: 2’2-inch minimum. 65a
75. 234-inch minimum 75*85. Yorks U.
S No 1 2*4-inch minimum 60*65: 2*a
inch minimum 7oa75. 234-inch minimum.
75*90; Staymans U. S No. 1. 2*4-inch
minimum 65a'5 2* *-inch minimum.
JOOal.lO 23<-inch minimum 125*1.35:
3-inch minimum 1.4oal.50; Delicious. U.
-S No 1 2*4-inch minimum 85*99; 2*2
inch minimum. 1 25*1.35: 23i»-inch min
imum i 40*1.60; Golden Delicious u S.
No l. 2*4-inch minimum 75: 2‘«-inch
minimum 9oal oo. 234-inch minimum.
1 15al 25: Ben Davis U S No. 1 2*4
! inch minimum 40*50- 2,«t-ineh minimum.
5oa60 2*4-inch minimum. 65*79. Boxes:
Virginia as to size combination ex’ra
fancy and fancy Staymans. 1.60*1 90:
Delicious 1 65a2 00: Romes. J.65*1.85;
Golden Delicious. I 5<»al '5 C grade;
Staymans. ].35al 65; Delicious. 1.35*1 oO.
Cartons Virginia. Grimes. 1.25*1.35:
Northern Spys. 1 25*1 50. Bushels: Vir
ginia Wir.esaps U. S No 1. 2-inch min
imum 85a9o. 2*4-inch minimum. 1 <»0a
: 1 15 2*2-inch minimum 1.25*1.40: U S
i Utility. 2-inch minimum. 60: 2*4-inch
* minimum »>5a70; 212-inch minimum. 90a
; 100: Black Twigs U S No 1 2*4-lnch
minimum 60*65; 2* 2-inch minimum. 75a
I 85: 234-inch minimum. 85*90; 3-inch
minimum 1.00*1.10. „ ,
CABBAGE—No carlot arrivals: 2 broken
! and 1 unbroken cars on track New stock:
i Sunolies moderate demand moderate:
j market steady. Texas, half-lettuce crates
Domestic, round type. 1 10*1.15; fair
condition 1 00 Florida lVfc-bushel
hampers. Domestic, round type. 1.10*1.15:
fair condition. 1 00. Old stock Supplies
light, demand slow: market dull. New
York. 50-pound sacks. Danish tvpe. 50*60
CELERY—One Florida arrived; 3 broken
! and 2 unbroken cars on track Supplies
moderate demand moderate; market
! steady. Florida 10-inch crates indivi
' dually washed and precooled. 3-6 dozen.
2 25a2.50: few 2 75 fair condition. 2.00.
LETTUCE—One California arrived; 7
! broken and 3 unbroken cars on track.
Western stock Supplies moderate; demand
! moderate market slightly stronsed West
! ern crates Iceberg type. 4-5 dozen Caii
' forria. 3.25*3 5o: fair condition. 3.no.
j Arizona. 3.25: Southern stock, practically
! no supplies on the market
ONIONS—Two Michigan arrived 5
broken and 2 unbroken cars on track
Supplies moderate; demand light, market
; steady. Midiigan and New York 59
pound sacks, yellows. U S No 1 1 1<*a
: ] 15. small size. 1 00. Colorado *-nd
1 Idaho. 50-pound sacks. Valencias* U. S.
. No. 1, 3 inches and larger. 1.75.
_
High Low 2.85
! Seabd A-Fl»6s'85Bct 4% 4% 4%
Sharon S H 5%* 48 - 103% 103% 103%
Shell Pipe L 6s 62— 103 102% 102:i
Shell Un OH 6s 47 — 102% 102% 102%
Silesian Am 7t 41- 87 87 87
Skelly Oil 4s 61_ 97% 97% 97%
Socony Vac8%s'50-. 105s* 105% 105%
So Bell TAT 5s 41... 107 107 107
So Colo Pwr 0s 47 A. 106 105% 106
So Pac col 4S 49_ 89 88 89
So Pac ref 4a '55___105% 105 105%
So Pac 4 %s 88_ 90% 89% 90%
So Pae4%a 89_ 89% 88% 89%
So Pac 4 %8 'll- 69% 88% 89%
So Pac Or* 4 %s '77 . 97% 97% 97%
So Pac S ETer 4a '60. 108% 108% 108%
So Ky Ken 48 51 A_ 63% 62 62%
So Ky 6a 94 ...... 100% 99% 100%
so Ry een fia 68 .. - 79 78% 79
Southern Ry 6%a'66 82% 82 82
So Kv M A O 48 38 72 71% 71%
S W Bell Tel S%s 64 107% 106% 107%
Spokane lnt 6s '65 . 23 23 23
Studahaker cv Is 46. 108 104 106%
Swlft A Co 844s 60... 106% 106% 106%
Tenn Cent 6s 47 _ 96% 95% 96
Tenn CAC 6s 44 B— 104 184 104
Tenn El Pw 6s 47 A. 97% 97 97%
Term As St L 4S '63._ 111% 111 111
1'exarkana 6 %s'60 .. 101 100% 101
Tex Corp cv 6s 44.— 104% 104% 104%
TexAPac 5s 79 C-102% 102% 102%
TexAPac 6s 10 D_103% 103 103%
Tex&P MPT 6%s'64. 108% 108% 108%
Third A v ref «s 60 ... 70 69 69%
Third Av 1st 6s 37 . 102% 102% 102%
Third A id ID44 6s'60 38% 38 38%
Tol A Ohio C 3%s 60 104% 104 104
Tol St LAW 4s '60 — 100% 100% lOOVj
Trumbull Stl 6s 40— 101% 101% 101%
Un Oil of Cal 4s'«7— 120 119% 120
Un Pac 1 st 4S *47-114 113% 113%
Un Pac 4s 68 _: 103% 103% 103%
Un Pac 1st rf 4s 2008 109 109 109
Un Pao 4%s '67 104 103% 103%
Un Pac 1st rf 6s 2008 112% 112% 112%
Unit Biscuit 6s'60-_. 108 107% 107%
Unt Uru* 6s '63 _102% 101% 102%
•J S Rubber 6s 47—. 105% 105% 105%
Unlv Pipe A K 6s'38. 37 36% 36%
Utah L A T 6s '44 A— 96% 96 96%
UtanPAL6s 44 — 98 97% 97%
UtllPAL6a 69 ww. 65% 64% 64%
Util PA L6%S'47 .. 69 68% 68%
Ver Sun 1st 7s 42 cfs 17% 17% 17%
Vs EAP 1st rsf 4s'55. 107% 106% 106%
Va lr C&C 1st 6s'49— 66 66 66
Va Ky 1st 6a 82 A-110% 110% 110%
Wabash 4%s '78 - 32% 31% 32
Wabash 1st 6s‘19—.. 101% 101% 101%
Wabash 2d 6s'39—_ 95 94% 94%
Wabash 6s'78 B- 34 34 34
Wahaph 6 %8 76 - 34 33% 33%
Walker HAS 4%s'45. 106% 106 106
Walworth 4s '65 ... «81 80% 80%
Wat worth 6s'65 n- 90% 90% 90%
Warner Bros cv 8a '89 90% 89 90%
Warner-Wuln 6a '39 .. 43 40 42
Warren Br cv 6a'41 . 65 54% 55
Westchester L 6s'60. 123% 122% 122%
W Pa P 1st 6s 66 G . 106 106 106
W Sh 1st 4S 2061 Ktd. 94% 94% 94%
W Sh 1st 48 2061 re*. 90 89% 90
West'n Md 1st 48'63. 101 100% 100%
West'n Md 6%s'77 ... 108% i08 108
West'n Pac 6s '46 A . 36 86 36
West'n Pac 6s46A as. 36 35% 35%
West’n Un4%s 60 107% 107 107
West'n Un cl tr 6s’88 106% 106% 106%
West'n Un 6s ”61 ._— 106% 106% 106%
West'n Un 6s 80 — 107% 106% 106%
West'n Un 6 %• 88 102% 102% 102%
Wheel Steel 4%s 66 101% 101 101%
W Hp SH is 7s 8b ct 27% 27% 27%
W Sp Stl con 7s’3b ct 27% 27 27%
Wilson A Co 4s ‘66 . 101% 101% 101%
WlsC SAD ter 4s'38. 11% 11H 1164
Younjttn SAT 6S'70B. 106% 106% 106%
Youngrtn SAT 6«*7IA- 106 105% 105%
r
PITTSBURGH PLATE
GLASS NET SOARS
$11,398,739 Profit for 1935
Compares With Only
$5,763,684 in 1934.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 10,—Pittsburgh
Plate Glass Co. and subsidiaries, makers
of glass and other products with plants
in the East and West, today reported
net profit of $11,398,739, equal to $5.32
a share, compared with $5,763,684, or
$2.69 a share in 1934.
lVm. Wrigley, Jr., Co.
Wm. Wrigley, Jr., Co. and subsidi
aries, makers of chewing gum, with
plants in Chicago and abroad, report
ed 1935 consolidated net income of
$7,724,616, equal to $3.94 a share on
1,959,467 shares of capital stock, ex
clusive of treasury stock, compared
with $7,854,285, or $4.92 a share on
1,952,041 shares in 1934.
Lerner Stores Corp.
Lerner Stores Corp., operator of
women’s stores in 38 cities throughout
the United States, reported net profit
for the year ended January 31, 1936,
of $1,935,567, equal to $4.56 a share on
400,000 shares of common stock out
standing. This compares with $1,787,
918, or $8.03 a share on 200,000 shares
in the 13 months ended January
31, 1935.
Westinghouse Electric.
Westinghouse Electric & Manufac
turing Co., in its annual report for
1935. issued today, showed net income
of $11,983,380. the largest since 1929.
Of this amount $1,606,625 repre
sented non-recurring profit, being
made up of dividends received and
proceeds realized from the securities
of Radio Corp. of America. Deduct
j ing this item left a balance equal to
I $3.90 a share for the common stock. In
I 1934. a profit of $189,562 was equiva
I lent to $2.27 a share on the preferred
stock. Sales billed amounted to $122,
588.555, compared with $92,158,893 in
1934.
American Zinc Lead.
American Zinc Lead & Smelting Co
and subsidiaries, with plants in the
Midwest and West, reported 1935 net
loss of $219,150, compared with net
j profit of $113,420, or $1,48 a share on
the $6 preferred in 1934.
American Water Works,
j American Water Works & Electric
j Co., Inc., reported 1935 net income of
i $3,494,430, equal to $1.32 a share,
compared with $2,993,718, or $1.03 a
share in 1934.
Fisk Rubber Corp.
Fisk Rubber Corp. and subsidiaries,
tire makers with plants in Massa
chusetts, reported 1935 net loss of
$274,775, compared with net profit of
$728,697 in 1934.
Bridgeport Brass.
The Bridgeport Brass Co.. Bridge
! port. Conn., reported a 1935 profit of
$726,617 after charges, equal to $1.12
I a share, compared with a 1934 net
; of $576,636, equal to $1.11 a share.
Eastern Rolling Mill.
Eastern Rolling Mill Co., Baltimore,
j revealed a 1935 net lass of $134,267
after charges, compared with a 1934
| net loss of $347,153.
Pennroad Corp.
Pennroad Corp., investment com
’ pany, with resources principally in
railroad companies, reported 1935 net
income of SI,713,277, equal to 19 cents
a share, compared with $1,120,916, or
12 cents a share, in 1934.
International Silver.
International Silver Co., manufac
turers of silver and silverware, with
j plants in Connecticut. Massachusetts
i and Canada, reported 1935 net loss of
! $496,687, compared with net profit of
$206,183. equal to $3.46 a share, on
j the 7 per cent preferred stock in
1934.
Otis Steel Co.
CLEVELAND. March 10 OP).—Otis
j Steel Co. reported net earnings in
j 1935 of $2,228,664, the highest since
j 1929. This figure, alter deduction of
I Federal taxes estimated at $395,000
J and depreciation of $865,316, is equiv
j alent to $1.69 per share on the com
! mon stock. It compares with a net
profit of $560,891 in 1934.
Sangamo Electric.
CHICAGO, March 10 tP). — The
Sangamo Electric Co., Springfield. 111.,
and subsidiaries reported 1935 consoli
dated net profit of $583,942, compared
with $197,644 in 1934. Combined net
sales totaled $4,886,207. compared
with $3,371,961 in 1934.
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INVESTING COMPANIES
SecNuErS7&^aArsC5hocU\;o^:-NeW Y°rk
(Noon quotations.)
. . . _. „ . _ Bid. Asked.
Admin Fd 2nd Inc__16 H5 IT 71
Am Gen Eq Inc _ _ \ <i» i',>i
Am Business Shrs_ 1 1H 1 26
Am Ins Stocks 4 mi 4 75
Basic Industry _ 4 !;'. * a
Bullock Fund -17.50 10.00’
Corporate Trust •> 75
Corporate Trust AA’ __H 2.58
Corp Tr AA mod _ 3.23
Corp Tr Accum Ser_ 2.58
Corp Tr Acc Mod_ 3.23 "
Cumulative Tr Sh _ 5 62
Depos Bk Sh N Y ••A”ZZ_Z 2.38 '2.65'
Depos Ins Shrs "A" - 4.22
Diversified Tr C_. __ __ 4 50 4.85
Dividend Shrs _ 1 65 1.77
Equity Corp $3 pf_39.75 43.75
Fidelity Fund Inc_ 25.01 27.01
First Boston Corp _ 51.875 53.37 5
Fixed Trust Sh A_11.03 _
Fixed Trust Sh B _ 0.00
Fund Investors Inc_£2.48 £4.53
Fund Tr Shrs A _ 5.81 6.38
Fund Tr Shrs B _ 6.54 ■
Group Sec Agriculture_- 1.82 1.07
Group Sec Automobile _ 1.51 1.(14
Group Sec Building _ 1.96 3.13
Group Sec Chemical_ 1.56 1.60
Group Sec Food _ 1.11 1.21
Group Sec Merchandise_ 1.41 1.24
Group Sec Mining _ 1.40 1.62
Group Sec Petroleum_ 1.37 140
Group Sec R R Equip_ 1.18 1.29
Group Sec Steel _ 1.63 1.77
Group Sec Tobacco_ 1.23 1.34
Incorp Investors _ 22.30 £3.08
Inv Tr N Y Coll “A”_ 6.25
Investors Fd ”C” Inc_87.9ii 90.08
Investors Fund of Am_ 1.05 1.15
Major Shrs Corp_ 2.875
Maryland Fund _ 18.94 20.48
Mass Invest Tr _S5.31 27.51
Mutual Invest _ 1.50 1.73
Nation Wide vtc_ 1.73 1.87
N Y Bk Tr Shrs . _ 3.375
North Am Bond Tr ctfs_ 73.125 77.375
Nor Am Tr Shares _ 2.57 _
Nor Am Tr Sh 1055_ 3.26 -
Nor Am Tr Sh 1956_ 3.22 -
Nor Am Tr Sh 1058_ 3.26 .
Plymouth Fund Inc- 1.02 1.13
Quarterly Income Sh- 1.54 1.70
Selected Am Sh_- 3.62 -
Select Am Sh Inc- 1.56 1.69
Selected Cumul Sh_ 9.3o -
Selected Income Sh . „ 4.91__ -
Selected Indus Cum cv pf. 21.oO 22.50
Spencer Trask Fund- 19.69 20.94
Stand Am Tr Shrs- 3.70 3.95
Stand Util Inc - .91 .98
Super of Am Tr A- 3.<2 . —
Super of Am Tr AA—----- 2.51 -—
Super of Am Tr B - 3.92 -
Super of Am Tr BB-- 2.61 -
Super of Am Tr C- <.05 -
Super of Am Tr D- 7.05 - -
Supervised Shrs - 1.65 1.81
Trustee Stand Inv C- 2.69 -
Trustee Stand Inv D- 2.64 -
Trusteed Am Bk B - 1.03 1.15
Trusteed Industry Shrs __ 1.40 1.55
Trusteed N Y Bk Shrs — 1.51 l.<0
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
CHICAGO. March 10 UP).—Poultry, live.
19 trucks; steady to firm. Hens. hounds
and less, 21 ‘,2: more than 5 ppm}®*.-O’
Leghorn hens, 10; Springs 24 . broilers
22'2: fryers. 23: roosters, lb; turkeys. 18a
23; heavy white ducks. 24; small.--,
heavy colored ducks 23; small. -1 ■ •***%
17; capons. 7 pounds up. 26. less tnan <
P°Dressed°turkeys steady, prices unchanged.
Butter. 11.910; weak. Specials <93 score),
q)a.’tl l-j' extras (92) ;to1 i; extra firsts
<90-91),' 30a30V«: firsts 29/.a
!9'A: standards <90 centralised earlotsK 30
Eggs. 22.382; easy. Extra firsts, loea .
10: cars. 20; freah graded flrsU. local,
lS'/i: cars. 19'/4; current receipts. 18.
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European Acreage
Of Wheat Slightly
Below 1935 Record
Special Dispatch to The Star.
ROME, March 10.—The Interna
tional Institute of Agriculture reported
the total acreage of Winter and
Spring wheat in Europe this year was
slightly smaller than the record
acreage last year.
Plantings in Poland are 2 per cent
less, in Prance, Spain and England
2 to 5 per cent less and in Rumania
15 to 18 per cent less.
Germany has about the same acre
age as last year, while Soviet Russia
increased its acreage by 6.8 per cent.
Washington Exchange
SALES.
Washington Ry. & Electric pfd.—10
at ill.
AFTER CALL.
Mergenthaler Linotype—10 at 44, 10
at 44, 10 at 44, 10 at 44, 10 at 44, 5
at 44.
Potomac Electric 6% pfd.—10 at 111.
Riggs Bank com.—10 at 270, 10 at 270.
Bid and Asked Prices.
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Bid Asked
Amer Tel. & Tel. 4'as_ 117 _
Am. Tel. & Tel. col. tr. 5s.. 108>* _
Anacostia & Pot. 5s_ an 83
Ana. & Pot. Guar 5s_107 _
C. & P Tel. of Va. 5s_107 _
Capital Traction R R 6s.. 90V* BO3*
City & Suburban 6s_ 87 _
Georgetown Gae 1st 6s_114 _
Pot. Elec Pow. Cons. 5s_100V* _
Potomac Elec 6s_100'i _
Wash. Gas 5s 1058_lOfi'i _
Wash. Gas 5s lBliO_llfl'i _
Wash Gas fts series B_101V*
Wash. Ry. A Elec. 4s.. 106V* _
MISCELLANEOUS
Chevy Chase club 5Vas_106 _
Col. Country Club 5‘/is_105 _
W. M. Cold Storage 5s_ B8 _
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Amer, Tel. A Tel. <9)_ 1703* _
Capital Transit Co_ 14'* 15'*
N. A W. Steamboat ,6)_ __ 85 _
Pot. Elec Pow «<■; pfd. id), no _
Po. El. Po. 5's<“, pf. '5.501. 113 115
Wash. Gas Lt. Co. (3.60)_ 71 _
Wash. Ry. A El. Co. 02).. 550 _
Wash Ry. A El. pfd <5> 110 111
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
Amer. Sec A Tr. Co < 10) _ 250 _
Bank of Bethesda <1.501_ 25 _
Capital <4 • 115 _
Com. & Savings <8>_185 _
Liberty <3) _ __ . 96
Lincoln <6.25> _ 195 250
Natl. Sav A Tr ... 100
Prince Georges 3k. A Tr_ 17 22
Riggs <81 269 275
Rlges pfd. <5‘ _ 103
Washington <61 . ..._110
Wash. Loan A Tr <81 22.3 232
EIRE INSURANCE.
American <121 __ . 180 __
Corcoran <2.501 _ 93
Firemen's <1.601 . 33 36
National Union < 601 _ 13’* _
TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia (.301 ... 7 _
Real Estate <61 120 _
MISCELLANEOUS
Carpel Corp <1.601 . 2.3 25
Lanston Monotype '4' 75
i Mergenthaler Linotype 43'i 44*2
i Peoples Drug S. ofd. ,<’,.5<“ *lin'j
Real EM. M. A G. pfd. < 201 4 ‘ * 5
Security storage <51 Kl'l'a _
I Ter Ref A Wh. Corp <31 50 _
: Wdwd A Loth. com. <1.501 *50 _
‘ Wdwd A Lothrop pfd. Ill 120 _
; ’Ex dividend.
tPlus extras.
FREIGHT LOADINGS.
NEW YORK. March 10 UP- —Revenue
freight carloadings on railroad* reporting
' today foi week ended March 7 included:
Wk. Mch Pv wk. Last yr
Baltimore Ohio 44 190 47.849 42.355
' Chi <V N. Westn. 2 4 989 *25.978 22.89m
St Paul 28.009 30,90.3 23.80*2
' Santa Fe 23.849 23.539 23,024
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PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE.
PHILADELPHIA, March 10 UP-.—Live
poultry Fowls Plymouth Rocks fancy 24a
1 25: mixed colors 23a24: white Leghorns,
fancy. 23. dressed poultry unchanged.
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NEW YORK BAR SILVER.
NEW YORK. March 10 UP- — Bar silver
quiet and unchanged at 443i.
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NEW YORK, March 10.—National,
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lent after dividends on the preferred
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551,930, or 93 cents a common share.
Sales amounted to $290,441,357. an.
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The company has arranged five
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