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A. B. A. President Is Pleased
by “Very Fine Contacts”
With Government.
BY EDWARD C. STONE.
Robert V. Fleming, president of
the American Bankers’ Association,
stressed the “very fine contacts" exist
ing between Government officials in
Washington aid members of the A. B.
A. in an address before the largest
Spring Executive Council meeting on
record, which adjourns at the Home
stead, Hot Sprinks. Va., today. Adding
that the association is in no way
engaged in politics, he asserted, how
ever, that co-operation with the gov
ernor of the Federal Reserve Board
has proved particularly advantageous
in developing "practical and workable
regulations.”
The chief purpose of the A. B. A.,
the Washington banker said, is to
bring about a better public under
standing of the banking business. He
pointed to the unusual interest that
bankers are taking In present banking
problems, as shown by the all-time
registration of 421 members of the
council and others at the Hot Springs
session, according to news dispatches.
Merrel P. Callaway, Guaranty Trust
Co., president of the Trust Company
Division of the A. B. A., reported on
the work done by the division toward
developing common trust funds. The
common trust fund, he said, is an
investment fund built up by a corpo
rate trust, institution by combining
funds belonging to various trust ac
counts in one fund for the purchase
of securities in which each will have
a proportionate interest. The council
passed a resolution indorsing the
Trust Division’s efforts "to develop a
tonrt nlon in o form
which will meet Federal Reserve Sys
tem requirements.”
Officials Note Progress.
F. N. Shepherd, executive manager
of the association, reported in detail
on the work of the past six months,
placing special emphasis on the A. B.
A.’s educational organization, in rela
tion to progressive banking practices
within the banking business and the
wider public information being dis
tributed regarding the principles of
banking and the service rendered the
public.
Gurden Edwards, director of pub
licity, stated that the association is
serving more than 1,500 banks with
advertising material. Last year the
department produced more than 340
newspaper advertisements, covering
general banking, trust subjects, com
mercial banking, savings and safe de
posit services.
Col. Leonard P. Ayres, Cleveland
hanker, told the bankers there are no
effective hedges against inflation. He
outlined three "important guiding
rules” for bank management during
inflation periods, but said it did not
seem probable that during 1936, 1931
and 1938 there would be a period ol
•‘rapidly rising prices amounting to
abnormally high levels and ending
with a new stabilization of the dollar
at a drastically decreased gold value."
Branch Banking Spreads.
North Carolina, in this Federal Re
serve district, was one Of the leaders
among all the States in the Union ir
the extension of branch banking Iasi
year, the Federal Reserve Board re
ports in the latest bulletin. In 1935
North Carolina saw the opening of 20
new branches which boosted the total
from 68 to 88, the 25 banks maintain
***& MIOUVI1 WUiVCO Hi IJOl XiaVHlg ill
creased to 37 by the end of last year.
Of these branch banks operating at
the end of 1935 nine were in the
head office city, 23 in the head office
county and 56 outside the head office
county. Most of the other branch
banks started during the year were
located in Iowa, Indiana and Wis
consin. Virginia added one new
branch bank in 1935, lifting the total
cf such Institutions from 69 to 70.
Of these, 21 branches are in the head
office city, 32 in the head office county
and 17 outside the head office county.
The number of branch banks in
Maryland was reduced during the
year, dropping from 75 to 72. Mary
land's division of branch banks in
cludes 34 in the head office city, 18
in the head office county and 20 out
side the head office county. South
Carolina added one new branch bank
in 1935.
The District of Columbia record re
mained unchanged. Washington now
has 30 branch banks.
$9 Voted on Railway Common.
Directors of the Washington Rail
way & Electric Co. have declared a
$9 dividend on the common stock,
payable June 1 to stockholders of
record May 15. This is similar to
the $9 dividend paid three months
ago and is at the rate of $36 a year.
The present bid for the stock on the
Washington Exchange is around $550
a share. The regular quarterly of
$1.25 per share has been declared on
the same corporation’s preferred stock,
this payment also being due June 1
to holders of record May 15.
Directors of the Potomac Electric
Power Co. have declared the regular
quarterly dividend of $1.50 per share
on the 6 per cent preferred stock,
payable June 1 to stockholders of
record May 15, and the usual quarter
ly dividend of $l.37J/2 a share on the
5’i per cent preferred issue, payable
June 1 to shareholders of record
May 15.
f.nanc R»Qrh Vow Pootr
Parallel with the rising curve of resi
dential construction, the outstanding
advances of the 12 Federal Home Loan
Banks to their member private thrift
and home-financing institutions have
registered an unbroken rise each
month since April, 1935, reaching a
new peak of $103,537,644 on April 1,
1936.
In the past 12 months such out
standing credits, made available to
home owners and home builders
through the 3,543 members of the
bank system throughout the United
States, have increased by more than
40 per cent, in spite of heavy repay
ments by members.
Today’s Trading on Exchange.
Bank stocks appeared again today
during the trading on the Washington
Stock Exchange. Riggs National Bank
common figured in two small sales at
280 and Washington Loan & Trust
Co. stock came out in one transfer
at 225. Both stocks were strong.
Capital Traction stock opened the
market with a 60-share sale at 14,
followed by another transfer at the
same figure. The price was off frac
tionally from the last previous sale.
Washington Railway & Electric pre
ferred moved at 110% and 111, while
Potomac Power 5% per cent preferred
•old at 111%. Three shares of Mer
genthaler Linotype moved at 42%, ex
dividend, considerably lowfer than the
price reached following the recent
dividend announcement.
In the bond division Capital
Traction Bs changed hands at 90.
TRANSACTIONS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
By Private Wire Direct to The Star.
Prev. 1030 Stock and Sales— Net I
High. Lew. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close.Chge.
50 42 Abr & Straus (1.80) 70a 45 44% 44% -4%
74% 59 Acme Steel tt2%l_. 1 59% 69% 59% - %
13% 10% Adams Bxp (alUc).. 74 10% 9% 9% - %
21% 1% Advance Rumley... 3 2% 2% 2%
61% 68 Air Reduct’n (new). 10 59% 69 59 — %
6% 2 Air-Way Kleo Appl. 9 4% 3% 3% - %
17% 13% Alaska Jun M60c)-. 77 14% 13% 14% +1%
4% 2% Allec Corp <d)_ 21. 2% 2% 2% - %
30% 12% Alleg pf w|30w(d). 8 16 15% 15%-%
29% 12% AileR pf w!40w(d)_ 1 15 15 16 — %
29% 12% AileR pf xw <d)_ 2 16% 15% 15% — %
45% 27 AileR prpf(d)_ 1 27 27 27
39% 30% AileR Steel (1)_ 4 30 30 30 -1
208 157 Allied Chem i«)_ 11 182 178 179 -6
28% 23% Allied Mills (1)_ 4 25 24% 24%-%
9% 6% Allied Stores_ 30 7% 6% 7 - %
74% 69 Allied Stores pf (5). 1 70 70 70 + %
50% 35% Allis-Chalmers .... 37 43% 41% 41% —1%
28% 20% Alpha Port Crotn). 3 23 22% 22%+ %
5% 3% Amal Leather__ 1 314 3% 3%
125% 75 Amerada Corp (2)-. 4 102 98% 98% -3V4
63% 50 Am Ar Chm Del(8). 2 50% 50 50%-%
.lOi ' A m Dork M idCIIaI A 431%. 43 4.3
50% 40 Am BraSe Sh<1.20). 4 42% 42 42% +2%
132% 121 Am Brk Shoe of (7>- 180s 123 122 123 +1
134% 115% Am Cor. 114) _ 35 125% 123% 123% + %
166% 163 Am Can pf (7)_ 2 164% 164% 164%
41 31 Am Car A Foundry. 20 32% 30% 32%—%
73% 67% Am Car & Fdry pf.. 2 58 58 58 - %
58% 31 Am Chain — 8 49% 47 47V4 -2%
127 114% Am Chain pf 1*514) 1 125% 125% 125% - %
95% 88 Am Chicle »t3)_ 3 90 90 90
13% 8% Am Colortype — 4 9% 9 9
32% 23% Am Cornel Alcohol- 2 23% 23% 23% - %
24% 16% Am Crystal Sugar . 22 22 21% 21% - %
95 89 Am CryaS 1st pf<«) 30s 90% 90 90
3% % Am Encaustic <d>_179 % % %
14% 9% Am European Sec_ 1 11% 11% 11% 41
9% 6% Am A Foreign Pwr. 55 6% 6% 6% — %
43 29% Am A For Pw *7 pf. 10 31% 30% 31
18% 12% Am A For Pw 2d pf. 1 13% 1*% 13%-1
18% 13 Am Hawaiian (1) . 1 15% 15% 15% — %
8% 5% Am Hide A Leather 18 6% 6% 6% — %
46 36% Am Hide & L pf (3). 1 37% 37% 37,%
41% 37 Am Home Pr 12.40). 1 38% 38% 38% 4 %
4% 3 Am ice ._ 10 3% 3% 3% 4 %
24 17% Am ice pt (2)_ 11 20% 19 19% 4 %
13% 9% Am international.— 15 10% 9% 9% — %
36% 23% Am.Locomotive ... 12 23% 23% 23% 4 %
29% 21% Am Meh A F I80c)_. 10 22 21% 21%
15 10 Am Mach&Met alOo 3 10% 10% 10%
35% 27% Am Metal 5 28% 28% 28%
42% 35% Am News NYU.80). 1 38 38 38 -1%
13'% 7% Am Power A Light. 61 9% 9% 9% — %
52% 36% Am PAL *5 pf(l%) 9 42% 41 41 -1%
60% 43 Am PAL $6 of < 1 % ) 7 50% 49 49
27% 19 Am Radiator 105 19% 19% 19% - %
34 27% Am Rolling M(l.20) 78 27% 26% 26%-%
27 18% Am Seating vtc_ 2 19 18% 18% + %
33% 25% Am Shipbuilding 2.. 20s 26% 26% 26% 4 %
31% 00% Am smatriei issue). eu ia"« 11% uss* — %
108 104 Am Sm&Ref pf (6). 2 105% 105% 105V* + %
152% 136% Am Sm&Ref pf <7)_ 1 145% 145% 145% + %
73% 57% Am Snuff <t3>_ 3 59% 58% 59% +1%
33% 22 Am Steel Foundry.. 85 23 20% 20% -2V*
36 28% Am Stores (2)_ 3 28% 28% 28%
61% 50 Am Sugar (2)_ 12 60% 50 50 - %
26% 20% Am Sumatra Tob tl. 4 22% 22% 22% - %
178 155% Am Tel & Teleg (9). 147 158 151 152% -6
102% 87 Am Tobacco (5)_ 3 89% 89 89%-%
104 88% Am Tobacco B (5).. 22 91 90% 90%-%
25% 19% Am Water Works 73 20% 19% 19% — %
104% 92% Am Wat W 1st <6)_. 1 102 102 102 — %
11% 7% Am Woolen _ 4 7% 7% 7% — %
70% 56% Am Woolen pf (al). 6 57 56% 57 + %
2 % Am Writ Paper (d). 2 1 % 1 + %
10 4% Am Writ Pap pf (d) 4 4% 4% 4%
7% 3% Am Zinc & Lead 6 4 4 4
394* 28 Anaconda Cia25c) 350 33% 32% 32% -2%
46 35 Anaconda W (ts50c) 1 40 40 40
26% 15% Anchor Cap (60C» — 12 21% 20% 21 - %
50 38% Archer-Dan-Mid tl. 6 38% 38 38%
122 120 Arch-Dan-M pf (7)_ 20s 120 120 120 -1
110% 105'* Armour Del pf (7>_. 1 107), 107% 107% — %
7% 4% Armour (Illinois)_ 25 5 4% 4% — %
84 66V* Arm'n lll)pr pf (6). 4 70*, 70 70
62% 47% Armstrong C (1 %) - 14 51), 49% 49% — %
15 7% Arnold Constab 50c. 18 10% 9), 9% — %
22% 8% Artloom Corp_ 3 15% 15), 15% — %
17% 12% Asso Dry Goods 3 13% 13 13 — V*
51% 40% Associated Oil a25c 140s 41 41 41 + %
86% 59 Aten TO&S Fe(D2) 61 70% 67% 68%-1%
104% 90% Atch To&S Fepf(5) 3 100 99% 100 - %
35% 21% Atlantic Coast Line 22 23% 21% 22 -1
16% 11 Atl Gulf & Wind 70s 12. 12 12 -1%
18% 13% Atl Gulf&W Ind pf, 1 14 14 14
35% 27% Atlantic Ref 11 1 44 29% 28% 28% -1%
126% 112 Atlas Powder pf (6) 10s 125 125 125 + %
301* 18% Atlas Tack (a26o)__ 3 17*. 17% 17%-%
54% 30), Auburn Auto_ 27 32% 31% 32 -1
10% 6% Austin Nichols_ 1 6% 6% 6% + %
7% 4% Aviation Corp( Del) 36 5% 5 5 — %
6% 3 Baldwin Loco (dI 28 3% 3)4 3)« - %
3% 3% Baldwin Lo asd (d). 1 3 3 3 — %
54), 32 Baldwin Loco pt«d) 3 32 31 31 -1
24% 16% Baltimore & Ohio . 64 17)4 16% 16% -1
34% 22% Baltimore & Oh pf 18 23 21V, 21% -1%
117% 112V* Bang & Aroos pf(7) 10s 114 114 114
20% 13% Barker Brothers_ 3 14 13% 14 —1
20 14V, Barnsdall (T6UC)... 43 17% 16% '1H*« — V*
76% 63V, Bayuk Clears e76c.. 8 71% 69 70 —1%
114V* 111 Bayuk 1st pt (7)... 10s 111', 11IV*. 111% - %
26 18 Beatrice Cre(b50e). 3 20% 20% 20%
90% 85 Beech-Nut P (T3)._ 1 86% 86% 86V,
16V* 13% Belding-Hem (11... 3 13% 13% 13V*
31% 21% Bendix AvlatlonU). 92 27% 26', 26% -1
24% 20 Beneficial L.oitl%) 15 20% 20% 20V* — Vi
63% 50V, Bethlehem Steel_ 210 49% 46 46 -4%
19 16% Beth Steel 5% pf -- 6 16% 16% 16%
48 23 Bigelow-San (a30c). 3 38 37 37 —2
20% 14% Blaw-Knox laZOc)-. 10 15% 15 15% - %
26V, 17V* Boeing Airplane 27 18% 17% 17% -1
63% 48% Bohn Alum & Br(3) 8 48% 48 48 -1
45 39% Bon Ami B (12)_170s 41 40Vi 40% — %
30% 25% Borden Co 11 60)_ 14 26% 26% 26%—%
83V, 64 Borg-Warner (3)_ 25 71% 67% 68 -3%
11% 6 Boston & Maine_ 1 6% 6% 6% + V,
18% 14% Brldgep t Brass 40c 17 14V, 13s, 14 - %
64% 47V, Briggs Mfg (12) — 75 48 45% 45% -2%
69 48 Briggs A Strat (3)_. 2 54 54 54
48Vi 41 Bristol Myers f 12). 5 43% 43 43%+ %
50% 40% Bklyn-Man Tr (3).. 16 47 46% 46V* -1%
104 97% Bklyn-Man T pf(6>. 3 102% 102% 102% + %
12% 4% Bklvn & Queens_ 3 8% 7% 7% — %
56% 46 Bklvn Un Cias i3)_ 4 46 45V* 45% -1
13 8% Brunswtck-Balke .. 1 8% 8% 8% - %
20% 13% Buoy rus-Erte cv of. 6 14 14 14 — %
113V, 100 Bucyrus-Krle pf 12- 10s 107% 107% 107% + %
15% 9W. Budd ( E li > Mfg ’128 14% 131, 13V,— %
3% 2% Budd Mf lpd,Julyl6 31 2%. 2% 2% - %
14 8% Budd Wheel.. 31 9% 8% 8% - %
31% 20% Bullard Co_ 6 21% 21% 21%
28% 11% Bulova Watch_ 11 26% 25 25 - Vi
33V* 25 Burr Ad Mch (160c). 12 26% 25% 25%—%
9 2% Bush Terminal (d). 23 4% 3% 3%-1%
19 8% Bush Term deb <d> 4 10 10 10 -3
24% 15 Bush Term B pf cod 140s 16 14% 14%-1%
6% 2% Butte Copper&ZIne 19 4% 4% 4% — %
25V* 16% Byers (A Ml . 5 17 16% 16% -1
25% 22% Byron Jackson (1). 3 22% 22V* 22%-%
37% 30% California Pkg(lVi) 9 31% 30V, 30%-%
1% % Callahan Zinc 17 1% 1 1
14 6 Calumet&Hec a25c. 62 10% 10% 10% - %
40% 30 Campbell Wy 4 + 1)_ 6 31V* 30V, 30%—1%
16V, 11% Canada Dry li A 32 11% 11 11 -1
57% 54 Canada Southn (3). 30s 55% 55% 55% — %
16 10% Canadian Pacific — 52 11% 11 11 — %
9% 7 Carriers & lien 20c. 3 7 7 7
172% 92% Case (J II Co .. 14 149% 145 145 -4
79 54% Caterpillar Tra(Z). 20 70 67 67 -3Vi
32% 22% Celanese Corp a50c. 24 23% 22% 22% -1%
31V, 19% Celotex Corp .. 5 21% 19% 19% -2
35% 25% Cent Agulre (tlftK. 9 27% 26% 26%-%
57 35 Central R K of N J.. 2 36 36 36 +1
9% 6% Century Rib Mills.. 2 6% 6% 6% - %
58 47% Ctrnde Pasco (4)_ 43 52% 51 52 + %
19% 12% Certaln-teed Prod.. 16 13% 12% 12% - %
99% 80V, Certaln-teed Pr pf 40s 90% 89% 90% + %
Champ Pap & F (1). 8 21 20 20 *
104% 101 Champion Pa pf (6) 30s 102% 102 102% + %
69% 22% Checker Cab Mfg— 1 50 50 50
61 51 Ches&Ohio (2 80). 35 54% 53% 53%-%
74% 59 Chesapeake Corp(3) 1 65% 66% 65% — Vi
6 V* 2% Chi & East 111 pf Id) 2 3% 3% 3%
2* 1* Chi Urt West id)._ 1 1* lVs 1 *
8* 4 Cht Urt W pf id)__ 4 5 5 5
31* 26* Chi Manor (1*)_ 4 27* 2.1V* 27*+*
2* 1*4 Chi Mil StPAP id).. 7 1* 1* 1* + *
5* 2* Chi M StPAP Df Id) 16 8* 3 3 -*
4* 2*4 Chi A N W Id) ... 34 2% 2* 2*- *
12* 7V4 Ch> A N W pf Id) .. 1 7* 7* 7* - *
20* 12* Chi Pneumatic Tool 3 12* 12* 12*-*
56 43 Chi Pneu Tool pt .. 7 43* 43* 43* + *
3 1* Chi K I A Pao Id I... 1 1* 1* 1*
7* 3* Chi K IAP 6* pfld) 4 3* 3* 3* + *
8 3* Chi K IAP I % pfld) 2 4 3* 4 - *
31* 19* Chi Yellow Cab (2). 4 25* 25 25
30>/4 24* Chicka*haCO i2)_. 4 24* 24* 24*- *
11* 7 Chi Ida Co ... 2 7* 7* 7*
103* 85* Chrysler Corp (6)... 569 96* 93* 93*-2*
19* 15* City lea A Fuel i2). 2 17 16* 16*-*
86* 72* City IceAF pf 16*) 20a 82* 82* 82*+*
7* 4* City Stores__ 4 6* 6 6*
46* 23* Clark Equip (SOe).. 13 34 32* 32*-1*
11044 107* Clev El Illu pf<4*) 2 108 107* 107* - *
46 35 Cley Urapb Br <tl). 13 38 37 37 +1
97* 84 Coca-Cola (2)_ 9 85 84* 84* -1*
67* 55* Coca-Cola A <3)_ 1 67 57 67 + *
20* 16* Colgate-P-P t60c)_. 11 16* 16* 16* - *
51* 41* ColltnsAAlk <a50c). 11 43* 41 41 -2
112 107* Colllna A Aik pf (7) 20s 110 109*110 +1*
24* 8* Colonial Beacon .. 480s 19 17 17 -3
9* 3* Colo Fuel A Ir id) 20 4* 4* 4* - *
49 24* Colo FA I pf Id)_160s 26 26 26
36V4 21* Colo A South 30s 27 26* 26* — *
37* 19* Colo A South 1st pf 60s 26 25* 25*+ *
21* 14 Columb U&EiaHOc) 156 17* 16* 16*-*
46* 34 Colum Plot ytcltl) 2 33* 33 33 -1
134 94 Colum Carb ytcit*) 14 112 105* 105* -6*
57* 44 Cornel Credit 12* I 21 54 58 63*-*
115 110 Cornel Cred pf (6*) 2 113*113*113*
73* 55 Cornel Iny mill 26 72* 71* 71* -1
106* 97 Cornel In T pf 14*4 7 107* 106* 107
24* 17 Comet 80|y («0CI 62 17* 17 17 - *
5* 2* Comw A Southern . 210 2* 2* 8*
82 59* Comw A Sou pt (I). 3 60* 59* 60 -f *
12* 7* Conde Naat Pub .. 2 7* 7* 7* - *
44* 35* Congolaum-N 1.60.. 8 36 35* 36*-*
20 11* Conn KAL _ 40s 11* 11* 11*
33* 22* Conn R A L pf_20s 20* 20 20 -2*
IS* 8* Consol Cigar_ 3 9 8* 8*
Sk
Prev. 10.13 Stock and Sales— Net
Ugh. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close.Chge.
85 72% Con C or pf ww 30* 76% 76% 76%
4% 3% Cons Coal (Del) vtc 1 3% 3% 3% - %
38% 29% Conaol Edla N SO) 111 29% 27% 27%-2
108% 102 Consol E#NY pf <6) 7 105% 105 105 - 14
7% 4% Consol Film_ 4 4% 4% 4%
20% 16 Con Film pf (f50c). i 6 16 15% 15% — %
6% 3% Consol Laundries.. 3 4 3% 3% — %
16% 11% Consol Oil (a26c).„ 120 12% 11% 11%
11% 6% Consol R R Cuba pf. 2 . 7% 7 7 - %
1% % Consol Textile Ul)_ 14 % % % - %
26% 18% Container Corp_ 13 19% 18% 18%-%
19% 10% Conti Bakins (A)_ 4 13% 13 13 — %
2% 1% Conti Baking <B)__ 17 1% 1% 1%
87% 73% Conti Can (3) ... 41 75% 73% 73% -2
24% 18 Cont’l Dla F (a60c). 2 18% 18% 18%
46 36% Conti Insur Jtl.20). 14 36T4 36% 3G% - %
4 2% Conti Motors 57 2% 2% 2% — %
38% 29% Conti Oil of Del(l). 54 30% 29% 29% — %
46 36 Conti Steel (a50c).. 3 36 35% 35%-%
69 58 Corn Ex Bk&'i r (J). 220s 57 56% 56% -2
78% 68% Corn Prod Ref (3).. 36 74 72% 72%-2%
168% 162 Corn Prod R pf (7). 1 167 167 167
7% 4% Cotv Inc 17 4% 4% 4%
37% 35 Cream of Wh (2)... 18 35% 35 35
25% 15% Crosley Rad (b25c). 80 26 24 24% + %
63% 43% Crown C * S (1) 29 55% 53% 55% +1
47% 45% Crown C&S pf( 2.70) 1 47 47 47 - %
10% 7% Crown 7.elleb’k vto. 8 8 7% 7% — %
115 103 Crucible Stl pf <alL 1 954 954 954 - 84
14 Cuba Co._ 1 1% 1% 1%
144 64 Cuban-Am Sugar 22 104 94 10 — %
102 634 Cuban-Am Sug pf.. 230s 96 94 94 -1
244 18% Curtta Publishing.. 6 194 184 184 - Ti
104 994 Curtis Pub pf 17)_ 1 1024 1024 1024 +4
94 4 Curtiss Wright- 165 5% 5% 5% — 4
214 104 Curtiss Wright A_ 51 134 134 134 -4
704 60 Cushman Sons pf... 10s 60 60 60
65 434 Cutler-Ham <a25c). 7 514 51 51 -1
9% 7% Davega Stores t30c. 1 7% 7% 7% + 4
894 52 Deere & Co . 34 754 734 734 -4
26 194 Delsel-W«m-G t50c 4 20% 194 20 -1
52 36*i Delaware* Hudson 16 38% 37 37 -14
234 154 Del Lack * West .. 29 164 154 154 - 4
9% 44 Den&KlotiW ot id) 3 6% 54 54 + 4
153 128% Detroit Edison 14). 1 135 135 135 -5
10 6 Det ttc Mackinac_130s 4 4 4 —2
404 34 Diamond Mich tl 4 5 344 34 34
42 38 Dla Match pf^tl4 ) 4 39% 394 394 -4
34% 20 Dlst Corp Seag Ltd. 19 20 18% 19 - %
52% 414 Dome Mires tt2>_ 118 534 494 534 + 34
75% *50% Douglass Air__ 100 59 564 564 —1%
37 29 Dresser A I hi 4)_ 2 31 30% 31 +%
!% 4 Duluth S S & Atl_ 1 4 4 4
814 54 Dunhlll Internat’l.. 2 54 6% 5% + 4
153 139% Du Pont de N 3 60_ 34 137% 1334 1334 - 44
94 64 Eastern Roll Mills.. 2 6Vj 64 64 — 4
1704 156 Eastman Kod it5) 3 158 157 158 +2
166 158 Eastman Kod pf (6) 210s 1634 162 162 -14
37 284- Eaton Mfg 12)_ 13 324 314 31% — %
Q1 . 1,'lrlrwrtnn.^AhM O A - £ tl J.
44% 30% Eleo Auto E U.20).. 44 33% 32% 32% -1
17% 10% Electrlo Boat_ 68 11% 10% 10% - %
7% 6 Elec&Mus ln(b24c). 13 5% 5% 5% - %
16% 6% Elec Pw & Lit _ 115 13% 12% 13 - %
64% 29% Eleo Pw & Et SC pf _ 17 52% 50 50 -3
69% 32% Elec Pw & Lt *7 pf _ 22 58% 56 56 -1%
55% 46% ElecStor Bat <t2).. 3 47 46% 46%—%
1% % Elk Horn Coal (d-)_ 6 % % %
134 125% Endlcott-J pf (7) 10s 125 125 125 -IV.
15 7% Engineers Pub Svc. 1 13 11% 11% — %
71% 45% Enc Pub Svc J5 pf 1 67 67 67 -3
75 48 Eng P S *5 50 pf ww 1 79 70 70 -4’S
7% 5% Equit Office Bldg... 5 6 5% 5% 4 %
17% 11% Erie KK _ 20 12% 11% 11% - b
27% 16% Erie R R 1st pf ... 8 17', 16 16 -2b
15% 12 Eureka Vac C(80c). 2 13% 13% 13%-%
40% 29 Evans Products <1> 12 31 30 30 - %
8V, 4% Exchance Buffet_ 2 5*4 £% 5% — %
18% 10% Fairbanks Co pf .. 210s 10% 8% 8% -2>(
53% 34% Fairbanks Morse .. 6 44 42%. 43% -1'.
41% 31% Fajardo Sugar _ 27 36% 34% 36 4 ‘A
25 19% Federal Ei & Trac.. 4 19', 19 19 -lb
97 84 Fed Et & Tr nt (61.. 50s 94 90% 90% —3*.
12% 7«, Fed Motor TialOc). 16 9% 8% 8% — M
5', 3 Fed Screw Works.. 5 3% 3% 3% — Vi
4% 2% Fed Water Svc (A). 14 3% 3 3
25% 20% Fed d Dept Strsil). 9 23% 22% 22% — M
33% 24% Firestone T&R 1 20 21 27% 26% 27 4 Vi
104% 100% Firestone of A (6) 1 103% 103% 103% — V<
48V, 40% First .Vat Strs<3%) 14 41% 40% 40% —1
11% 4% Follansbee Bros *d> 7 7% 6% 6%
47% 35% Food Machine ll).. 6 35% 35% 35% — '
38% 27 Foster-Wheeler .. 17 27% 25% 25% -2V.
38 32% Fourth N1 ww a75c 4 32% 32% 32% 4 M
35% 28% Freeport-Texas (1) 12 30% 29% 29% - *
75 47% Fuller Co pr pf__ 20s 59 59 59 —1
35% 34 Fuller Co 2d pf_ 10s 33 33 33 -1
6% 3% Gabriel Co (A*_ 4 5 4% 4% — V
12% 9 Gen Am Investors _ 8 9V4 9 9 — V
104% 9T Gen Am Inv pf (6).. 1 102% 102% 102% -2
63 43% Gen Am Transi 1 4, > 10 44 43% 43%—*
34% 22 Gen Asphalt!h25c). 25 26% 25% 25% -lv
14% 10% Gen Baking (60c).. 12 11% 10% 10% - i
11% 8% Gen Bronze_ 5 8% 8 8 - V
15% 5% Gen Cable _ 11 9% 9% 9% - »i
95 70%. Gen Cable pf_ 3 76% 75% 75% -2'
41% 35% Gen ■iectrte (1)_ 173 36% 35% 35% — *
59% 33% Gen Foods < 1 61 37% 36% 36% — V
4% % Gen Gas* El >A1 . 24 2 1% 1% - V
48 14 Gen G&E 6<r«cv pfA 20s 29 27 29 42'
70% 59*4 Gen Mills <3* ... 1 61% 61% 61%-*
11 oovw urn .muiuib « ' 4 f ... cv. uu'd -x'
120% 118 Gen Motors pf (6>._ 5 120 119% 119% + *
8% 5% Gen Outdoor Ad? 3 7% 7% 7% — *
33% 18% Gen Outdoor Adv A- 7 29% 29 29 - *
6% 3% Gen Publlr Service. 10 3% 3% 3% — V
50 32% Gen Ry Signal «1»_ 1 33% 33% 33%
3% 2% Gen Kealtv * Otll.. 8 2% 2 2 - ’
43 30 Gen Real&U pt ww. 1 29%. 29% 29% -IV
44% 33% Gen Refrac <b50c>. 6 35% 35 35
60% 34% Gen Stl Casting pf 50s 34 34 34 — V
18% 16 Gillette Sat Razil) 42 16% 15% 16 - *
90 83 GllletteS R Of (6).. 1 83 83 83 - V
11% 6*4 Glmbel Bros 16 8% 8% 8% — V
86% 69 Glmbel Bros pf(a2) 4 T2V4 70% 70% -2*
55% 45V4 Glldden Co (21 28 47% 44% 44% -2*
114% 105% Glldden Co pr pf (7) 80s 106% 106% 106% + V
7% 3% Oobel (Adolf). .— 9 4% 4% 4% + V
10% 7% Goebel Brw C(t20c) 30 7% 7% 7% — V
21*. 17% Gold Dust (1.201... 32 17% 17% 17% — V
23% 13% Goodrich (B F> .. 74 19 18 18 — ■*
98% 78 Goodrich (B F) pf. I 87% 87% 87%—*
31% 21% Goodvear T&R_ 104 25 23% 23% -1
4'/, 2% Graham-Paige 37 2% 2Vi 2%
11% 3 Granby Coni cstpd) 12 3% 3 3 — V
6% 3% Grand Union ctfs .. 7 3% 3% 3%
23% 17 Grand Un pf 62%o . 4 16% 16 16% -IV
35% 29 Granite City Stl ill 2 29 27 27 —2
33% 28% Grant (W Tl (1.401. 3 30V, 30% 30%
44 32% Grt Northern pf ... 31 33% 32V, 32% -1*
3 1% Grt Nor Ry..June 1 118 2 2 2 - v
20% 16 Grt North'll Orel 1). 8 16Vi 16% 16% — V
39 31 Grt West Sug (2.40) 6 33% 32% 32% — »
143% 136 Grt West Sug pf (7) 80s 143% 143% 143% + V
28% 22 GreeniHLlCo (tl). 12 22% 22 22 - V
95 66 Greene Cananea (3) 30s 69% 69 69
80V4 53% Greyhound Corp ... 5 55% 55 55% — V
3V, IV, Guantanamo Sugar. 1 2% 2% 2%
19% 9% Gulf Mobile* N .. 4 14 14 14
55 30% Gulf Mobile* N Df- l 40% 40% 40% + t
118 105 Gulf StaSt lst(J7). 40s 112 109% 109% -5V
33 30 Hackensack W(l%) 1 33% 33% 33% +1
36% 35 Hack W pt A( 1% 1. 20s 36 36 36
11% 6 Hall W R Printing. 16 9% 8% 8% — V
21% 14 Hamilton Watch .. 1 14V, 14% 14%
105% 103 Hanna (M Alpf(5). 60s 104 104 104
41% 30% Harblson Walkltl) 11 36 35 35
16% 12 Hat Corp of Ami A). 5 14 14 14 + V
9 4% Hayes Body .. 10 5% 6% 5% — V
35% 26V* Hercules Motor ID. 1 26 25V* 26 -IV
105% 84 Hercules Pwdr(t3). 2 90 90 90 -2
80 75% Hershey Choc (3)._ 1 75% 75% 75% + V
119 113% Hershey C pf 4t4)— 3 >13 113 113 -V
44% 30% Holland Furnace .. 19 34 33 33% — *
12 9 Holland & Son <60c)x 1 10% 10V4 10%+ V
35% 19% Holly Sugar U)_ 6 32% 32% 32% - V
112 108 Holly Sugar pf (T). 30s 111 110 110 — V
33 231, Houd-Hersh Bd%> 30 24 23% 23% -1
12% 6% Houston OH vtc 50 8% 7% 7% — *
57% 48% Howe Sound (13)_ 7 50% 50 50%+11
5% 3% Hudson & Manhat.. 2 3% 3% 3%
17% 8% Hudson & Man pf— 2 9% 9% 9% + *
19% 14% Hudson Motor Car„ 49 15% 14% 14% — *
or* x nuyy w.viu» s - —— ——• 7
28% 19 Illinois Central- 53 20% 18% 18% -1
70 58 111 Cent lae llnea<4) 120s 63% 63% 63%
13% 4% Indian Kenning ... 1 10 10 10
34% 27% Indus Rayon < 1.68) 8 28% 28 28 — V
147 109 lngersoll-Rand(t2) 4 111 109% 111 +1
114% 94 Imand Steel it) — 16 95 93 94 —1
13% 6% Inspiration Copper. .13 10% 9% 9% — 4
18% 12% Interboro R T id).. 4 12% 12% 12% — V
5% 2% Intercom! Rubber.. 3 3% 3 3% + 4
16% 10% Interlake Iron - 35 10% 10 10—4
6% 3% Int Agricultural— 10 3% 3% 3% — 4
41 29 Int Agricul or pf ._ 1 27% 27% 27% -14
185% 160 Int Bus Mach <T6)_. 2 161 160 160
49% 35% Int Cement 11%)- 13 44% 43% 43% - 4
89% 66% Int Harvester 1.20 _. 69 79% 78 78 —14
160 148% Int Harvester pf(7) 2 156% 156% 156% —1
6% 3 int Hydro l£lee IAJ. 10 3 2% 2% - 4
8 4% Int Merch Marine— 1 5 5 6 —4
64% 44% Int Nickel Cant 1»__ 110 45 44 44%—14
129% 125% int Nickel pf <7>— 1 127% 127% 127% + 4
7% 4 Int Paper * PwtA). 1 4 4 4 —4
4 2% Int Paper* Pw(B). 1 2% 2% 2% - 4
36% 23% Int Paper* Pw pf 14 24% 22% 22%-2
44 37% Int Print Ink (1.80) 1 38 38 38 —4
111 107 Int Print Ink pf(6). 50s 107 107 107 -4
36% 194* Int Ky C A pf-140s 29% 28% 29% + »
29% 23 Int Salt (1 % )_ 2 23% 23% 23% + 4
53% 47% Int Shoe (t2)- 5 50 49 49 -4
23% 16% Int Silver - 7 15% 15 15 -14
67 55 Int Silver pf_ 30s 55 53% 53%—14
19% 12% Int Tel * Tel _ 92 13% 12% 12% - 4
14% 10% Interstate Dept Str 8 11% 10% 10% — 4
88% 82 Int Dept Strs pftT) 50s 84 84 84 -2
22% 15 Intertype lb40c) .. 2 19 19 19+4
29% 27% Island Creek 12) 2 27% 27 27 —4
123 115% Island Creek pf (6) 20s 113 113 113 -84
77% 58% Jewel Tea 14) _ 1 70 70 70 —4
129 93 Johns-Manvilie(2) 18 96% 94% 95 -14
126% 121% Johns-Manv pt 17) 50s 125 122 122% —24
90% 78% Jones*Lsugh7%pf 200s 81 80 80 -2
26 13 Kans City Southern 9 18% 17% 17%-1'
39 19% Kana City South pt 2 27% 27% 27%-24
214* 17 Kaufman Dep 8 11) 2 18% 184i 18%+ 4
33% 27% Kayseri J)A Co a75o 11 28% 274i 27% — 4
91% 80 Keith-Alb-O pf al% 10s 88 88 ' 88 -2
28% 22 KelaeyHayea (A).. 3 22% 22 22 -4
<5% 14% KelTtaater (t*0c)._ 83 20% 19 19%
Prev. 1038 Stock and Sale*— Net
High. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close.Chse.
41% 28% Kennecott (1)_ 139 35% 33% 33%-2%
97% 80 Keystone Steel (4)_ 4 79% 76% 75%-4%
29% 18% Klmb-Clark (60c)__ 1 28 28 28 -1%
7% 4% Kinney (O R) Co_ 2 4% 4% 4% - %
43 30 Kinney (O R) pf- 40s 30% 30% 30% - %
6% 4% Kresge Dept Strs... 1 4% 4% 4% — %
25% 20% Kresge (88) 41» — 36 21% 21 21%+%
110% 103% Kresge (SS) pf(7). 10s 104% 104% 104% - %
28 22% Kroger G*B (1.60). 10 22% 22% 22%-%
26% 20 Lambert Co (3)_ 13 20 19% 19% — %
10% 7% Lane Bryant- 3 8% 8 8-1
16% 12% Lee Rub&TIre (60c) 5 13% 12% 12% - %
23 15% Lehigh Portland C-. 14 16% 15% 16 — %
102% 96% Lehigh PorC pf(4). 30s 95% 95 95 - %
4 2% Lehigh Valiev Coal. 3 2% 2% 2%
16% 9% Lehigh Val Coal pf- 8 9% 9% 9% - %
14% 8% Lehigh Valley R R. 24 9% 8% 8% - %
100% 93 LehmanTorp <** -. 5 92% 91% 91%-1%
15% 12 Lehn&Fink (1%)-. 29 15% 15 15%-%
46% 37% Lerner Stores <2)__ 17 42 40 40 -2%
11% 7% Llhhv McNeill * L 8 7% 7% 7%
63% 47% Llbbey-Owens G(2) 26 50 49% 50 +%
116% 97% Llgg&Mvers B(»4». 4 101% 101% 101% + %
23% 19% Lllv Tulip Cupi 1 %) 3 19% 19 19 -1
39% 25% Lima Locomotive... 2 27% 27 27 — %
60% 37% Link Belt (1.201_ 4 38 37% 37% — %
44% 35% Ltauid Carb (1 «0>_ 6 36% 35% 35%-%
54% 43 Loew-i Ino (t3).._ 27 46% 45% 45% — %
.5“* £. L<on mo_...—. » z v* -r v*
8% 3% Long Bell Lum (A). 11 5% 5 5
45 40% Loose*Wilts (2) .... 1 41 41 41 - %
26% 21% Lord lard (PHI.20). 9 21% 21% 21%
17% 13 La Oil Ref pf (d >_ 20« 13% 13% 13%
77% 57% Louts* Nash («2). 3 66 64% 64%-1%
35 22% Ludlum Steel(a50c) 23 23% 22% 23 -%
32% 29 McCall Corp (2)_ 4 30 30 30
16% 11% McCrory Stores Id) 10 12% 12% 12%-%
15% 12 McCrory StrsB (d). 5 12% 12% 12%
49% 39% Mclntvre Porcu(2). 93 45% 41% 45 43%
118'i 103% McKeeap’t T P It4) 2 105 104 104 -2
11% 8% McKesson A Rob __ 15 9% 9 9 — %
46 37% McKesson&H pf(J). 5 42% 41% 42%
15% 11% McLellan Stores... 9 11% 11% 11% 4 %
37 27% Mack Truck <1 >_ 16 30v« 29 29 -1%
49% 41% Macv IR H I Co (2). 10 41% 41 41% — %
14% 8% Madison Sq G t60c_. 1 13 13 13 4 %
42 34% Maema Copper <2>. 2 37% 37 37% 4 %
17% 7% Manatl Sug pf (d).. 40* 10% 10% 10%
10% 8% Mandel Bros .. .. 2 8% 8% 8% - %
23% 14% Man El md etd (d). 6 16 15% 15% 4 %
23 17% Manhat Shirt (ROc). 4 20 19% 19%-%
6% 2% Maracaibo oil Exp. 14 3% 3% 3% — %
10% 8% Marine Mldld I40e» 6 9 8% 8% — %
19% 11% Marshall Field * Co 16 15 14% 14%—%
36% 27% Mtthleson Aik 1%.. 9 28% 28 28%
160 153% Mathieson pf A 17). 40s 157% 157% 157'/, -1%
53'/, 43% Mav Dept Strs 4 2)_ 5 44 43% 43%
21 Vi 15% Maytag Co_ 3 15% 15% 15%-%
65 49 Maytag pf »w 13).. 1 49V* 49% 49% 4 %
110 103 Maytag 1st pf (6)— 60* 109 109 109 +%
19 12% Mead Corp _ 2 14% 14% 14%-%
108 97% Mead of ltl%) .... 30* 107 105 105 -3
74% 55% Melville Shoe (3%). 1 67 67 67
10% 7% Mengel Co -. 7 7% 7% 7% - %
50% 40% Mesta Machine <2)_ 3 43% 43 43%
12% 5% Miami Copper .. 11 9% 9% 9% — %
23 18% Mld-Cont Pete «40o 30 19% 18% 18% - %
47'/, 21% Mldl'd Stl Prod ll 20 37% 36% 36%-1%
75 65 Minn-Honey R tl%. 5 68% 66% 66%+ %
12% 6% Minn Moline Pwr.. 21 8% 8% 8% — %
76% 57% Minn Moline Pwr pf 2 62 60% 62 +2
6% 2% M St P&S S M Is ln_ 40s 3% 3 3 - %
26V* 17% Mission Corp — 1 21 21 21 — %
9% 5% Mo Kans & Texas— 17 7% 7 7% — %
26% 14% Mo Kans A Tex pf . 9 20 19 19 -1
4 2% Missouri Pacificld). 2 2% 2% 2% + %
7% 3% Mo Pacific pf Id).18 4% 4 4 -%
28% 20'.. Mohawk Carp 11)... 5 23 22% 22% + %
103 89% Monsanto Chem l tl) 6 92 91% 91% +1
45% 35% Montg*y Ward a20c. 232 38% 37% 37% -1%
1% % Mother Lode .. 34 1% 1% 1 Vi
37% 28% Motor Products If) 7 29% 29 29 — %
22% 15% Motor Wheel ihOc). 35 17% 17 17
17% 12% Mullins Mfg IB) __ 2 12% 12 12 - %
84 72 Mullins of lei %l._ 70s 74 73% 73% —1%
28 21 Munslngwear isl)_ 2 26 25% 26
22% 15 Murray Corp __ 43 15% 15 15 — %
51% 43 Myers IF E)<2)_ 1 45% 45% 45% -1%
21% 16% Nash Motors 11)_ 40 17%. 16% 16% -1
30% 21 Nashv Chat&St L_10s 22 22 22 - %
17% 13 Nat Acme Co_ 1 13 13 13 — %
15% 10 Nat Aviation — 1 11 11 11
38% 32% Nat Biscuit (1.60).. 40 34% 32% 32%-%
162% 153 Nat Biscuit pf (7).. 2 160 159% 160 +2
30 21% Nat Cash Heg(60c). 33 22% 22% 22%-%
25V4 21% Nat Dairy P (1.80). 39 21% 21% 21%-%
15% 10 Nat Dept Stores_ 7 10% 10% 10%-%
33% 28% Nat Distillers <2)-_ 63 28% 27% 28 -1
305 204 Nat Lead 15)_ 1 260 260 260 -9
143 137% Nat Lead pf (6) B.. 20s 14114 141 141% + %
14% 9% Nat Pwr&Lt160c) __ 30 10% 9% 9%
1% % Nat Ry Mex 2d pf 7 % % %
t ,75 57% Natl Steel ll %)- 26 58% 57% 58 -%
40 19% Nat Supply Co — 11 31% 31 31 - %
108 74% Nat Supply Co pf__ 5 95 90% 95
11% 8% Nat Tea l60c) _ 3 8% 8% 8%
13% 11% Natomas tT80c) 40 12% 11% 12% 4 %
. 38% 33 Neisner Bros (1)--. 6 33 32% 33
i 13% 9% Newport Industries 16 9% 9% 9% — %
42 32% N ¥ AlrbrsKe _ 3 35% 35 35 —1
42% 27% N ¥ Central R R .. 177 33% 32% 32V4 —1%
35% 17% N Y Chicago AStL. 5 23 22 22
I 63 361, N V Chi A St L Df— 1 48 48 48 —2
17Vi 10% N Y Dock pf- 70s 11 11 11
2% 1 NY Investors <d)_ 14 1V« 1% 1%
5% 3 NYNH&Hid)_ 5 3% 3% 3% + %
14% 7 NY NH & Hpl id). 4 8 7% 7% — %
7% 4% N Y Ontario & West 5 4% 4% 4% — %
5% 2% N Y Kys pf (d) - 3 3 2% 2% - %
15% 9% N Y Shipbuilding_ 15 10% 9% 9% — %
73% 64 NY Shlpbldg pf-20s 63 63 63 —1
96 83 NYStsampfiS)_ 10s 86% 86% 86%
107 93% N Y Steam 1st (7).. 60s 95 93% 95 +1%
10% 6% North Am Aviation. 69 8 7% 7% - %
32% 23% North Am Co <11 -- 77 25 23% 23% —1%
56 52% North Am Co pf 13). 2 55 55 55 + %
12% 4% North Ger Lloyd_ 4 7% 6% 6% —1%
36% 24% Northern Paeltlc ._ 68 27% 26% 26% —1%
57 51% Northwest Tel (3).. 20s 52 52 52
17% 12% Ohio 011 <300 _ 51 13% 12% 12%—%
49*. 24% Oliver Farm Equip. 27 48% 46% 46% — %
25% 18 Omnibus Corp vtc _ 10 19 18 18 —1%
14 8 Oppenhelm Collins. 5 9% 9 9 — %
32% 24% Otis Elevator <60c> 15 25% 25 25
20% 14 Otis Steel — 42 14% 13% 13% — %
164 128 Owens-Ill Glass(5). 6 139 137% 138%— %
17% 14 Pac Am Flsn(a25c). • 6 14s* 14% 14% — %
9% 3% Pacinc Coast _ 30s 6 6 6 — %
17 9% Pacific Coast 1st_ 10s 11% 11** 11% -<- %
9% 4% Pacific Coast 2d_110s 6% 5'a 5% — %
391, 30% Pacific G & ID 11H ). 23 34% 33% 33%-%
56% 48% Pacific Ltg (2.40)_ 5 48% 48 48 -1%
19 14% Pacific Mills __ 3 15% 15% 15% — H
150 140 Pacific T&Tpfi6).. 10s 149 149 149 -%
18 12 Pac West O (b25c). 5 12% 12% 12%-%
13 6% Packard (aloe) _ 203 9% 9% 9% - %
4% 1% Panhandle Pro & R. 5 2% 21, 2% + %
74% 18',a Panhandle P&R pf. 70s 62 61 61
97% 67 Paraffine Co (2)_ 3 70% 69 70% +2%
12 71, Paramount Picture! 20 8% . 8% 8% - %
87% 60% Paramount 1st pf__ 11 68% 64% 64V* -3%
12% 8% Paramouni 2d pf... 10 9% 9% 9% — %
28 17% Park & Tilford_ 2 24% 23% 23%
5% 3% Park Utah _ 49 3% 3% 3% + Vi
50% 41 Parke Davis (a95c). 5 42 41% 41% — %
28% 23 Parker Rust Proof. 10 24% 23 23% — %
10 4% Parmeiee Transput— 8 7 6% 6% — V*
11% 7% Pathe Film Corp_— 20 9% 8% 8% — %
17% 10% Patino Mines- 20 11% 11 11 — %
2% 1% Peerless Motor__ 2 1% 1% l'a
73 64% Penick & Ford <3).. 3 67% 67% 67%-%
79 69 Penney (J C) (t3)_. 4 74% 73% 73%
6% 4% Penn Coal & Coke... 2 4% 4% 4% - %
10% 4Va Penn Dixie Cement- 14 6% 6% 6% — %
39 28% Penn Railroad <al). 63 29% 28% 28% - %
43 30 Peoples Drugitl 1 2 38% 38% 38% - %
111% 111 Peoples Dpf 6% cld 10s 111 111 111 -%
49% 38 Peoples Uas Chi .. 6 38% 38 38 - %
18 13% Pet Cpot Am<b33c> 14 14 13% 13% — %
19% 15% Pfeiffer Brew! 1.20). 12 15% 15% 15% - Vi
40% 25% Phelps Dodge a25c_ 53 34 31% 31%-2%
49% 45% Phlla Co 6* pf 131.. 1 46% 46% 46% - Vi
16% 8% Phlla RapTrpfld). 60s 11% 11% 11%+%
3% 2 Phlla & Read C&1._ 23 2% 2 2
85% 66 Phillip Morris (1).. 15 79 76 76 -2
15% 11% Phillips-Jones_ 2 8% 7% 7% -3%
4»% <}»% fnmips reixouTi#- cu eiv* ei-v» — vt
17 8 Pierce Oil pi — 1 11% 10 10 - V*
2% 1% Pierce Petroleum— 17 1% 1% 1% — V«
37% 33% Pllsbury FI (1.60).. 1 33V* 33% 33%-1
12 8% Pitts Coal . 1 8% 8% 8% - %
40% 35V* Pitts Coal pf — 1 35% 35% 35% - %
179 176 Pitts FW&Cpf (7). 10s 180 180 180 +2
11% 7% Pitts Screw & Boll 7 8% 8 8% - %
85% 49 Pitts Steel pt 40s 65 65 65 4-2
9% 3 Pitts United Corp.. 15 7% 6% 6% - %
91% 58% Pitts United pt-130s 73% 70% 70% -1%
41% 21 Pitts* WVa_ 40s 31 30 31
3% 1% Pittston Co_ 1 2 2 2 + %
16% 11% Plymouth Oil_ 13 14% 13% 13% - %
19% 12 Poor & Co (B)- 3 14% 14 14 -%
3% 1% Porto R Am Tob(B) 5 2 2 2
12% 7% Postal Tel&C pftd). 6 7% 7% 7% - %
5% 2% Pressed Stl Car (d). 7 2% 2% 2% - %
36 20% Pressed Stl C pf id). 2 20% 20% 20%-%
49 43 Proctor&Oaml 1 %). 9 43% 42% 42%-%
122% 117% Proc&liam pt (6)_ 10s 118% 118% 118'* + %
48% 39% Pub Svo N J H.40)_ 18 39% 39 39%-%
106% 103% Pub Svc N J pt (6)_ 3 107 106% 107 + %
119% 113% Pub Svo N J pt («)_ 1 118% 118% 118% + %
136% 128 Pub Svo N J pt (7)_ 1 133% 133% 133%
48% 36% Pullman Ino (1%)_ 33 40% 39% 39%-%
24% 16% Purs Oil _ 65 19% 18% 18%-%
118 95 Pur# 011 6% pf_ 1 93 93 93 -2
133% 105% Pure Oil pt_ 60s 105% 105 105 - V*
17% 11% Purity Baaerlesll) 3 12 11% 11% + %
14% 10 Radio Corp . 487 10% 10 10 - %
73% 68% Radio cu 1st pf 3%. 25 69% 69 69%-%
104% 82% Radio Corp pt IB4 93% 93 93V* — %
9% 5 Radio-Ksltb-Ortd). 33 5% 5% 5% - %
38% 28% Raybeatos-M (1%). 7 31% 30% 30% - %
44% 39 Reading 1st pf <2>_. 1 42 42 42 -1%
40 37 Readme 20 pf (2)_ 1 40 40 40
88 70 Real Silk Hoa pf .. 60s 78 78 78 -2
23% 19% Rem Rand <t60c)._. 20 20% 20 20%-%
99% 85% Rem-Hand pf (6)_ 3 98% 97 98% + %
8% 4% Reo Motor Car_ 89 5% 5% 5% - %
26% 18% Renublio Steal_ 183 19 18 18% -1%
99 81% Republic Steel pf_ 12 80% 79% 79% -8
> 95 SO Reo St pr pt A tl%. 7 80 79 80 -1
16% 12% Reyers Copper_ 5 10 10 10 -2%
*
Prev. 1030 Stock and Sales— Net
tilth. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low Close.Chge.
36 28% Revere Copper (A). 1 26% 26% 26% -3%
34 26% Kaynolda Met (1).. 6 25% 25% 25%—%
55% 27 Kaynolda Spring (1) 1 43% 43% 43V* - %
66% 60 ReynoldaTob (3)_60a 61% 60 60 -1
68% 60% ReynoldaTob B (3) 21 50% 50 50 - %
38% 32 Roan Ant (b76c)... 2 37 36% 36% -1%
67 48% Royal Dbl.70 l-10e. 1 53% 63% 53%-%
117% 74% RuberoldCo (1)_ 1 75% 75% 73%-1%
35% 30 Saraway Store* (2). 8 31% 31 31 — %
114% 111 Safeway Stra pf (7). 20s 112% 112 112%
29% 23% St Josepb Ld (40c). 13 24% 23% 23% - %
3% 1% St b-San Fran <d)_. 2 2% 2 2 - V*
6% 2% St LfSan Fr of <d)_ 7 3% 3% 3%
52 38% Schenley Distillers. 8 39% 39% 39% - %
101% 97% Schenley D pf <5%) 2 99% 99% 99%-%
4V* 2% Schulte Retail Stra. 9 2% 2% 2%
20% 11% Schulte R Stra pf_ 1 12% 12% 12% + %
76 53% Scott Paper (1.80).. 10a 68% 68% 68%
1% % Seaboard Air L (d). 18 1 % % — %
4% 2 Seaboard A Lpf(d) 4 2% 2 2% + %
43% 32% Seab'dOiKDe!) (1). 14 34 33 33 -%
7 3% Seagrave Corp-- 1 4 4 4 — %
69% 59% Sears Roebuck <2). 81 64% 62% 62% -2%
73 65% Sec N Inv pf J1.55.. 20s 65% 65 65 - #
22% 15% Servel Inc (60c)_ 22 18% 17% 17%-%
32 20% Sharon Steel Hoop.. 15 23% 22% 22%-1%
8% 4% Sharp & Dohme ... 1 5% 5% 5% - %
11i cti..**_i. rb/v irn.v n env/ a m 4 0 1/ 1
194 154 Shell Union Oil_I 20 154 15% 154 — 4
120 1104 Shell Union Oil pi.. 5 115 115 115 — 4
144 9% Silver King (40c)_ 8 104 94 10
32% 19% Simmons Co_ 68 254 24% 24%-14
6% 44 Simms Petrol__ 3 4% 4% 4%
314 194 Skeliy Oil.. 8 254 244 244 -1%
132 112 Skeliy OU pf ww_ 3 125 1234 125 - 4
95 654 Sloss-Shef SU pf_ 20s 85 82 82 -1
72 42 Smith (AO) __ 3 434 434 434 -4
17 13 Socony-V 011 (40c). 106 13% 13 13
74 44 So Am Gold & P 30c 41 54 4% 54 + 4
34% 26 So Porto K Sug it). 3 274 27 4 274 + 4
28% 25 South Cal EO 114). 14 254 254 254 —%
384 234 Southern Pacific .. 127 30% 27% 27% -2%
20% 12% Southern Railway.. 37 144 134 134 - %
324 19 Southern Ry pt_ 40 214 19% 20 -14
11% 7% Spalding (A U)_ 2 84 84 84
78 64% Spaldlngt AGllst pt 150s 664 66 664+ 4
1094 1014 Spang Chat pf (6) . 100s 1074 1074 1074 — 4
9% 64 Sparks-Wlthington 23 64 64 64 —4
124 64 Spear & Co.. 2 8% 8% 8%
36% 30% Spencer Kell (1.60). 1 31 31 31 +4
234 16 Sperry V&C (b25c). 91 17 164 164 - 4
244 13% Spicer Mfg.. 2 19 19 19 -4
53% 44 Spicer Mfg pf (3).. 10s 46% 46% 46% -14
77% 63 Spiegel- May-S 13).. 5 674 66 66 -2
31% 21% Square D Co (B)_ 6 23 4 224 224 - 4
18 144 Stand Brands(SOc). 176 154 14% 144—4
13% 10 Stand Com Tobacco 7 10 10 10
94 54 Stand Gas & El id). 7 5% 5% 5% — 4
174 94 Stand G&E *4 pf (d) 10 104 104 104 - 4
364 24% Stand G&E $6 pf id) 2 264 25% 26 V. +14
394 27 Stand G&E $7 pf(d) 14 284 27 274 -14
3% 2 Stand InvCorp_ 7 3 3 3
47% 38% Stand Oof Cal (tl). 61 40 384 384 -1%
1134 112 Stand Oil Exp pf (5) 4 1124 1124 1124 - 4
404 32% Stand Oil of lnd(1). 62 354 344 344+4
70, 51% Stand Oil of N J (tl 159 59% 57% 57% -2
33*4 26% Starrett (LSI 1.40. 2 26 25% 26 -Vi
71*4 65 Sterling Prod (3 (0) 5 66% 66% 66% — %
12% 9% Sterling Secur pf 1 9 9 9 — %
24% 17% Stewart VVarmSOc) 39 19% 17% 17% -2
21% 14% Stone & Webster... 77 17 15% 16 — %
14% 9V« Studebaker Corp__ 143 11% 10% 11 — %
91 72 Sun 011 1 tl >_ 1 76 76 76
124 118 Sun Oil pf (6)_ 10s 123% 123% 123% - %
6% 3 Superior Oil._ 39 4% 4% 4% — %
29% 23 Sutherl’d Paper tl.. 2 26% 26 26%+%
25 20% Swift & Co tl 1 7 20% 20% 20%-%
35% 29% Swift loti Ltd (2).. 1 29% 29% 29%+%
2% 1% Symington td)_ 1 1% 1% 1% - %
11% 5% Symington A Id)__ 2 6% 6% 6% — %
9% 7% Telautograph 160c). 3 7% 7% 7%
10% 5% Tennessee Corp_ 13 7 6% 6% — %
39% 28% Texas Corp (1)_ 55 34 32% 32V.-1
38% 33 Texas Gulf Sul (2). 18 35 33% 34 - Vi
15% 7% Tex Pac Coal & 011 17 9% 9% 9Vi - V,
14% 9% Tex Pac Land Trust 15 10 9% 9t% - %
44 33% Thatcher tl). 5 35 34 34
12% 8% Thermold Co .. .. 12 10 9% 9% - %
29V. 26% Third Nat lav a*0c. 2 26 26 26 — %
12V. 8% Thomp'nt JK) (50c) 1 10 10 10 + Vi
32V, 24% Thompson Prod _. 18 27 25V, 26 + %
8Vi 4% Thompson Starrett- 8 5Vi 5% 5% — Vi
19% 14% Tide Wat Asao 60c.. 33 16% 16 16 - %
106% 100% Tide Wat A O pf 16) 3 104% 104 104 -1
17% 12% Tlmken-Detrolt_ 43 15% 14% 14% -1
72V, 56 Timken RB(t2) .. 8 58% 57% 57%-%
14% 11% Transamerlca a30c. 44 12 11% 11% — %
27% 14% Trans & Westn Air 7 20Vi 19% 20
16V, 10% Transue&Williams 3 10V, 10% 10% — %
12 7% Trl-Contl Corp .. 23 8% 8% 8% — %
107% 93 Trl-Contl C pf (61— 1 102 102 102 -1%
7 4% Truax-Tra Coal_ 12 5% 5Vi 5% — %
10% 71, Truscon Steel 2 7% 7% 7% - %
32% 22% 20th Cent Fox Film 1 24% 24% 24% + %
1 41 31% 20th Cen Fox pf 1 % 7 33 32% S3 + V,
12% 9% Twin City KT 4 10% 10 10 - V,
83 65% Twin City R T pf.. 30s 70% 70 70
8% 4', Ulen & Co _ 7 4% 4V, 4%
I 99 86 Und-Ell-Ftsh (2%) 6 87% 86% 87 -1
! 52% 41 Union Bag&Pap (2) 4 41% 41 41%+%
I 1 % Un Bag & P May 18 11 % % %+ %
88% 71% UnCarb&Co ill 48 78% 76% 76%-2
28'i 214 Union Oil of Cal <1) 53 224 214 214-1
1384 1084 Union Pacific (6) 17 120 118 118 -34
974 904 Union Pacific pf (« 1 96 96 96 — 4
314 224 Un Tank Car (1.20 ) 2 244 244 244 +4
324 21 United Aircraft 121 224 214 214 -4
21 13 United Air Lines vt« 34 164 154 16 - 4
28Vi 244 United Btsc (1.60) 8 26!+ 254 25*.+ 4
294 224 Unlt-Carr F(tl.20>. 2 254 254 25V. - 4
79V. 68 United Carbon 2.40. 3 734 724 72V* + 4
94 54 United Corp _.. 166 54 54 54 — 4
474 404 United Corp of <*l_ 6 41V. 404 404 - Vi
164 104 United Drug _ 19 114 11 114+4
254 15 United Dyewood_9 22 214 214
74 44 United Elec Coal... 5 54 5V* 54 — y«
79 664 United Fruit (21... 13 704 70 7C4
194 144 United Gas imp (11 78 15 144 144-4
124 74 United Paperbd(d) 7 7 64 64 -1
194 11 U S Distributing of 40s 114 10 10 -14
20 1314 U S & For’n Secur.. 3 13*. 13*. 13-4 — 4
394 254 U S Freight (1)_ 1 27 27 27 +4
1104 85 U S Gypsum (tl)_ 11 874 86 86 - 4
14V. 84 U S Hoffman _ 4 114 104 114 + 4
59 39 U S Ind Alcohol (2) 43 47*. 454 454 -2
94 64 U S Leather vtc .. 1 64 64 64- 4
184 124 U S Leather! A ivtc. 10 124 11*. 114 — 4
85 71 USLeath prpf vtc. 2 84 84 84
384 214 U S Pipe & F(a50c). 4 324 324 324 —4
13 74 U S Realty & Imp.. 12 8 74 74 -4
35 164 US Rubber.. 224 284 264 2644-14
804 47 U S Rubber 1st pf.. 57 67*. 631* 63V*-4
96V, 844 U S Smelt&Ref (a*) 28 89 86 89 +24
724 464 U S Steel_ 618 594 554 554 - 44
1324 1154 U S Steel pf (2)_ 9 124 123!.. 1234 - 4
1434 131 U S Tobacco (t5)_ 1 132 132 132 +1
74 514 United Stores (A).. 7 54 5V« 54 - 4
80 694 United Stores pf_ 1 684 684 684 —1
694 684 Unlv Leaf lob 12).. 1 574 574 574 -1
115 50 Unlv Pic 1st pf_ 30a 96 95 96 -1
34 14 Unlv Plpe&Rad (d) 18 14 14 14 - 4
224 134 Unlv PAR pf (d> — 20a 154 144 144 - Vj
7 34 Util Pwr & Lt (A).. 19 44 44 44 —4
24 14 Vadsco Salea Corp.. 6 1*. IV. 14
50 344 Vadsco Sales pf_ 30s 364 35V. 354 + 4
274 174 Vanadium Corp.._ 11 184 174 174 —14
364 284 Van Raalte (1)_ 5 344 334 334 -14
8*. 44 Va-Car Chemical... 13 54 44 44 —1
484 32 Va Car Cbem 6* pf 6 354 354 354 —4
114 109 Va El & Pwr of (6). 40*112 112 112
104 5 Wabash pf A (d) .. 3 64 6 64 +4
154 94 Waldorf Sys(t50c). 6 134 124 124 -4
344 304 Walgreen Co ((2).. 6 304 304 304 -4
344 26!» Walker (H) (2)_ 4 284 284 284 +4
10 64 Walworth Co (d>_ 47 7 64 64— 4
34 24 Ward Baking (B)__ 1 24 24 24 -4
144 94 Warner Bros Plo_ 67 94 94 94 — 4
574 444 Warner Bros Pic pf. 1 44 44 44 — 4
24 14 Warner-yuln id)_ 3 14 14 14
1014 4% Warren Bros__ 31 94 84 84 — 4
284 22 Warren Fdry&Pd). 2 22 214 214 - 4
294 194 Waukesha M(t60c). 4 21V* 21 21
11V* 7 Webster Elsenlohr. 5 74 64 64 — H
464 354 Wesson U&S(t50c). 2 354 354 354
824 78 Wesson O&S pf (4). 1 804 804 804 - Vi
1004 91V. West Pa Elee (7)A. 10s 994 994 994
110 96 West Pa Eleo pf(7) 60s 103 102 102 -lli
121 1164 West Pa Pwr pf (71. 40*1194 119 119 -4
12% »'.» Western Maryland. 7 8% 8% 8% - %
4 2 Western Pacific .. 1 2 2 2 — %
9% 5% Western Pacific pf. 8 6 5% 5%
95 72% West Union <a2) .. 54 77% 74 75 -2*i
48% 34% Weat'gh'se A B (1). 14 36% 35-% 36%-%
122% 94% Westlngh se El (2). 84 108% 103% 103% -5%
33% 23% Weston El I (a25c). 4 24% 23% "24% +1%
39 36% Weston Elec (2) A. 60s 37% 37% 37% - %
28% 21V* WestvacoChl <«0c) 5 21% 21% 21%
37% 27 Wheeling Steel .. 8 27 25 25 -2%
109V* 93 Wheeling SU pf f2— 1 95 95 95
28% 18% White Motor. 48 22% 20% 21 -1%
17% 14% White Rk M S(1.40) 6 14% 14% 14%+%
5% 3% White Sewing Mch. 7 3% 3% 3%
2<4% 16 White Sew Mch pf.. 3 17 16% 17
5% 2% Wilcox Oil & Gas... 9 3% 3% 3% - %
11 7% Wilson & Co (60c).. 44 7% 7% 7% - %
87 71% Wilson & Copt «6). 3 73 72% 72%-%
56% 44% Wool worth (2.40).. 65 48% 47 48% +1%
35% 23% Worthington Pump. 1 24% 24% 24% + %
75 67 Worth Pump pf (A). 90s 56% 56% 56% -3%
66 47 Worth Pump pf (B). 2 48 48 48 -4
106 62% Wright Aero_ 70s 68 67 67 -1%
79 73 Wrtgley W )r (tJ)_. 7 72 69 69 -4
45 33% rale 4k Towns (60c) 2 33% 33% 33%-%
20% 8% Yellow Truck __ 249 18% 17 17%+%
121% 83% Yellow Truck pf... 490s 121 118 120 +7
55 44% Young Sp A W <*>_. 4 47% 47% 47%+%
61% 41% Yngat'n Sheet & T-. 63 62 49 50% -1%
19% 11% Zenith Radio _* 19 16% 15% 15% + %
9% 6 Zonlte Products_ 17 6% 6% 6%
Approximate Sales of Stocks on the N. f. Stock Exchange.
ll:OOA M_ 450.000 12:00 Noon- 710.000
1:00 P M._ 930.000 2:00 P.M. 1.100.000
Total Sales for tht day 1.790.000
Dividend rates as given m the above table are tbe annuti
cash payment bated on the latest quarterly or half-yearly decla
ration*
a Unit of trading teat than 100 shares tAnnuai rate—not
including extras. {Accumulated dividend*, a Paid this rear,
b Paid lest rear, d Companies reported in receivership or being
reorganised, s Xx-dividend.
a (
*
A. T. & T. With Loss of
About 7 Points Watched.
Close Is Weak.
Stock Averages
30 15 15 00
Indus. Rails. Dill 6u.<
Net change.—1.7—1.2—1.4—1.5
Today, close 77.1 35.5 *43.4 57.3
Prev. day... 78.8 32.7 44.8 58.8
Month ago. 84.4 36.3 48.1 33.3
Year ago... 54 9 20.8 26.5 39.3
1936 high .. 85 8 39.7 50.8 64.8
1936 low ... 73.4 30.2 43.4 55.7
1935 high .. 76.3 31.2 44.7 56.1
1935 low ... 49.5 18.5 21.6 34.8
1932 low ... 17.5 8.7 23.9 16.9 a
1929 high ..146.9 153.9 184.3 157.7
1927 low ... 51.6 95.3 61.8 61.8
(Compiled be the Associated Presa.l
•New 1936 low.
BY VICTOR EUBANK.
Associated Press Financial Writer.
NEW YORK. April 29.—Bearish
sentiment strongly dominated . the
stock market today, bringing losses of
1 to 4 points in many leading issues
and larger in a few others. **
American Telephone, with a dedi'ie
of around 7 points, was a conspicuous
loser. A number of 1936 lows were
made. The clceing tone was weak.
Transfers approximated 1.850,000
shares.
Active losers included United States
Steel. Bethlehem, General Motors,
Chrysler, J. I. Case, Deere, Westing
house. Standard Oil of New Jersey,
Columbian Carbon. Allied Chemical,
Western Union, Santa Fe, Southern
Pacific and Union Pacific. Isolated
gainers included McIntyre, Dome
Mines and Cerro de Pasco.
While the general run of stocks had.*
been flirting with the downside from
time to time, it was not until Wall
Street financial tickers told of passage
bv th#1 in Wnshimrtnn rtf
new tax bill that the entire list gained
momentum on the decline. Many new
lows for the year were registered be
fore the market leveled off.
Inquiries in prominent brokerage
houses indicated this particular piece
of news played a part in the severe
drop in Telephone, chiefly because ol
its holding company nature. In addi
tion, the company is currently being
investigated by the Federal Com
; munications Commission. Some point
! ed out, however, that the House action
had been expected.
--- *
New York Cotton
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. April 29.—Cotton was
comparatively quiet today with price*
sagging off a few points undei
liquidation and scattered selling pro
moted by a favorable view of thi
weather news and the action of th«
stock market. July contracts sold off
from 11.10 to 11.05, with the mid
afternoon market showing net decline*
of about 3 to 5 points.
Futures closed steady. 2a5 lowtr.
High Low. Last.
May_-_11.50 11.40 11.45
; July . 11.111 11.Ill 11.04
October _10.24 in.14 10.17
December_10.24 to l'l in.i7
January _10.25 10.17 lo.ina
March _ 10.33 10.22 10.25
Spot oulet: middling, 11.60.
n—Nominal.
Cottonseed Oil.
Bleachable cottonseed oil future*
i closed easy. May. 9.02; July, 9 05;
September, 9.02; October, 8 83; Decem
ber, 8 68b. Sales, 163 contracts, in
cluding 6 switches, b—Bid.
Liverpool Quotations.
LIVERPOOL. April 29 «/P».—Cotton. 17.*
000 bales, including 10.American; spot
in fair demand; prices unchanged: quota*
tions in pence: American strict good mid
dims. 7.27: good middling 6.97; stric:
middling. 6.77: middling. 6 52; strict lou
middling. 6.32; low middling 6 07: stric’
good ordinary. 5 87: good ordinary, 5.57
Futures closed quiet: May. 6.14 July
5.96; October.. 5.62; December, 5.55; Jau
uary, 5.55; March. 5.55.
New Orleans Prices.
NEW ORLEANS April 29 ..$V—Cottoi
< futures closed barely steady at net de*
| clincs of 4 to 7 points.
High. Low Close.
May _ 1141 11 .33 11.35
July _ 11.04 10.94 10.96
October _-_10.19 in.in li».12
December_in. is 10.12 10.12
January __ lo.1T 10.14 in.14
March _ 10.27 10.18 10.18
Chicago Grain
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO. April 29—An abrupt
fadeaway in demand late today for
May delivery of wheat tumbled
prices down almost twb cents a bushel
Stop-loss selling orders were forced
into execution as the wheat market
broke, but at the extreme low point
some renewal of demand brought
about considerable recovery. Millers
reported a sharp contraction of flour
sales.
Wheat closed nervous. 5»-l?4 cents
under yesterday's finish, May. 97 s«
•%; July. 86com. ad
vanced; May, 63-631,; oats, Va-Vz off,
and provisions varying from 35 cents
setback to a rise of two cents.
WHEAT— Oner Hieh. Low Close
May ----- .98', .9X7, 97'a .97*,-3i
July _.XH3, .XH7, .XH .XKN-1',
September- .847« .85 .84 .84'a-*,
CORN—
May _.fi'l'a .03', .02', .03-03',
July .Ho*. .HI3, .HO', .HI- V,
September- .59‘a .59*. .59 .593/«
OATS—
May _.25>a "B3, .25'i .2fi'i-H
July .20 .20 V, .25*, .253«-%
September. .2e'.a .26s, .26', ,26V«
RYE—
May_.51’, .51s, .50s, .50%-51
July .51', .513, .60'a SO7,
September. .51 Vi .52 .51 513,
BARLEY—
May _.30 .37 .36 .37 <
Julv _.38 _ -_ .38 **
LARD—
May_ 10.80 10.85 10.77 10.77
July_ 10.75 10.75 10.H7 10.07
Sept_ 10.70 10.75 10.70 10.75
October,. 10.52 10 52 10.50 10.52
BELLIES—
m. ,■ nat
July_ 14.00 14.00 13.75 13.75
Chicago Cash Market.
Cash wheat, no sales reported. Corn,
No. 2. mixed, 6314; No. 4. mixed, 60 Via
61; No. 5, mixed, 60; No. 1, yellow,
65%; No. 2, yellow. 65; No. 3, yellow,
63a64%; No. 4, yellow, 60%a63; No.
5, yellow, 58a61; No. 2, white, 68%;
No. 3, white, 65%a66; sample grade,
48a59. Oats, No. 3. white, 26a28Vi;
No. 4, white, 24%a27; sample grade,
19%a23. No rye. Soy beans, track,
Chicago, No. 4, yellow, 79a81%: sam
ple yellow, 71a75!4. Barley, actual
sales. 53a91; feed, 35a48 nom.; malt
ing. 53a93 nom. Timothy seed, 2.70a
85 hundredweight; clover seed, 14.75a
22.25 hundredweight.
Liverpool Grain Prices.
LIVERPOOL. April <>TV—Wheat fu
tures closed steady.
Prev.
High. Low. Close. Close.
May_89T, SB'/, 89V, SB1',
July_81V, B1 91 B03/,
October_Biy, 90% BOV, 90s,e
Exchange. 4.93.
Baltimore Quotations.
BALTIMORE. Md . April 29 —
Wheat, No. 2, red Winter, garlicky,
spot domestic, 1.01*4: April. 1.01%.
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