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Approach of Third Call From
Controller Stirs In
terest Here.
By EDWARD C. STONE.
With the approach of the control
ler of the cvrrency's third bank call
for the year 1937, due on December
SI, wide interest is being manifested
In the financial district regarding the
deposit situation in Washington banks.
An unofficial survey indicates that
aggregate deposits in the 22 active
banking institutions will be substan
tially higher than on the call of
June 30 this year, the last issued
by the controller. It was indicated
today that deposits here will be
somewhere between $10,000,000 and
$15,000,000 higher than they were
at the end of June.
The call of six months ago revealed
a total of $308,805,881.07 on deposit
In Washington banks. Shortly be
fore that time deposits here had been
considerably higher, many withdraw
als being laid to the intangible tax,
thus bringing the totals down every
year at the end of June.
Early in December the banks hav
ing Christmas savings clubs paid out
well over $5,000,000 to club members.
These figures were revised from the
original estimates of more than $7,
000,000. The S5.000.000, however, has
been coming back into the banks
very rapidly, and the bulk of it is
again on depositors’ accounts, bankers
said today.
Total deposits in Washington banks
on December 31 will not reach the
all-time record of last March, when
the aggregate sum stood at $341,235.
513.26. They will,, however, make a
very fine showing, according to present
Indications.
Deposits are said to be running
about normal at present. A gain of
*10,000.000 or $15,000,000 will reflect
sound banking conditions as well as
an excellent business situation in the
Capital, leading financiers asserted
today.
Investment Demand Expected.
W. B. Hibbs & Co., local New York
Btock Exchange firm, in summing up
the market outlook, states that the
usual January demand for seasoned
dividend-paying stocks should de
velop next month even if the out
look for general business activity is
atill clouded.
Pressure to invest, in order to ob
tain income remains a powerful force
and more so at this time in view of
the large amount of buying which
has undoubtedly been deferred pend
ing more definite indications of sta
bility in stock and bond prices, the
statement adds.
Many bond dealers in the city are
also looking for a better bond de
mand after the first of the year.
They are also hoping for a great
many more new issues.
Rank Starts Faying $60,000.
Receiver John F. Moran of the
North Capitol Savings Bank started
payment today of a 6ll per cent
dividend to more than 5,800 deposi
tors. The present disbursement
amounts to about $60,000. The pay
ment is being made at the old Park
Savings Bank Building, Fourteenth
and Kenyon streets N.W.
The old Departmental Bank, which
1* in charge of the same receiver,
began the payment Monday of a 5
per cent dividend to 4,000 former
depositors. In the distribution $38,000 1
is involved, and it brings total pay
ments to date to 85 per cent.
Dividends and Bonuses Voted.
A semi-annual dividend of 2 per
cent for the six-month period ending
December 31 has been declared by the
Board of Directors of the First Federal
Savings & Loan Association of Alex
andria, Vice President C. T. Nicholson
announced today. The dividend rep
resents an increase of one-half per cent
over the June 30 dividend and is at
the rate of 4 per cent per annum.
Smith’s Transfer & Storage Co. is
Riving the usual Christmas bonus to
all members of the organization. Ar
thur Clarendon Smith, the president,
announced today The bonus will be
paid according to length of service.
The company's president added that
the quarterly statement shows a 100
per cent increase in profits, the im
provement being in all lines of busi
ness.
Dollars and Sense Appears.
The January number of Dollars and
Bense. published by Washington Chap
ter, American Institute of Banking,
appeared in the financial district to
day. radiating a true Christmas atmo
sphere.
A. E. Henze of W. B. Hibbs & Co.
1* the editor, assisted by Rose Royce,
Washington Loan <fe Trust Co.; J.
George Dagenais, Riggs National >
Bank; Kenneth Birgfeld, American
Security & Trust Co., and Eldridge
Kendrick, distribution manager.
All activities of the chapter are cov
ered by President William A. Laughlin
and his aides. Chairman Robert H.
Lacey announced that the 33d
annual banquet will be held on
Saturday evening. February 19, always
the biggest social event of the chapter
year.
Liberty Declares -Dividend.
Directors of the Liberty National
Bank declared a dividend of $2.50 per
share at the December meeting held
yesterday, payable January 15 to
stockholders of record January 7,
President M. F. Calnan announced
today.
Forty shares of American Security
Si Trust Co. stock sold at 250 a share
on the Washington Stock Exchange
today. A single share of Potomac
Electric Power 5'i per cent preferred
stock moved at llOV Bonds were
neglected.
Heard in Financial District.
Members of the Washington Bank
Women’s Club held their annual
Christmas party last niftht at the
Parrot Tea Room. Miss S. Winifred
Burwell, club president, presided, and
Miss Mildred Woodcock was in charge
of the elaborate entertainment. The
annual frolic drew a record attendance.
C. H. Jacobsen, cashier of the Na
tional Metropolitan Bank, is taking
a South American cruise, being ex
pected back at the bank shortly be
fore the annual meeting in January.
Further improvement is reported in
the condition of Richard Hatton,
financial editor of the Washington
Herald, who is now at Walter Reed
Hospital. Friends are planning a
Christmas card shower for him.
James A. Treanor, jr., has been ap
pointed assistant director trading and
exchange division of the Securities and
Exchange Commission, succeeding
Ganson Purcell, recently made direc
tor of the division.
TRANSACTIONS ON»THE NEW.YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
By Private wire Direct to The Star.
2:30 p.m.
Prev 1937 Stock and Sales— Net
High. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close, chge
65 36 Abbott Lab <1.60a).. 1 37 37 37 — (4
22*4 7T4 Adams Exp (,60g).. 7 9% 9*4 9*4 — H
80V* 44(4 Air Reduction (la)_ 10 64*4 63(, 64
5V* (4 Air-Way El Appl.__ 1111
15** 8 Alaska Jun (.60a)_ 9 1U4 11(4 HVi + V*
5% 1 Alleghany_ 8 1(4 IS IS — S
69S 11 Alleg pf $30 ww_ 4 18S 17S 17S — S
69 11 Alleg pf $40 ww_ 2 18 17(4 17(4+ S
68S 10 Alleg pfxw- 2 18 18 18 +1
45S 13 Alleghany Stl 1.60... 13 18(4 17(4 17(4 — (4
258(4145 Allied Chem & D 6a. 5 168 166 168 +1
I 3*S 10 Allied Mills (2g).._ 7 12S 12*4 12*4 - (4
21(* 6% Allied Stores (,20a). 22 7S 7% 7(4 — (4
85 49(4 Allied Strs pf (5)-.. 1 60(4 60S 50V* - V.
83H 34 Allis-Chalm(S.BOg). 80 53 61(4 61(4 -2S
39% 8(4 Alpha Portland (1)_ 6 13 12H 13 + (,
8’4 IS Amal Leather_ 3 2(4 2(4 2(4 — >*
114H 51(4 Amerada (2)_ 6 64 6H» 61(4 -2%
41S 10 Am Bank Note(lg). 5 12(4 12% 12S — %
80S 28 Am Brake Sh 3.40g. 10 47 46 46 -1(,
121 72(4 Am Can (4)_ 31 76S 74(i 74(4
71 15% Am Car & Fy ((if).. 10 28V* 27 27 —1
104H 36 Am Car&F pf (4g)_ 2 49% 48 48 -2%
33S 11V* Am Chain (1.50g)_ 11 17 16% 16% — %
112 90 Am Chicle (4a)_ 1 95 95 95
23S 5S Am Colortype_ 3 7S 7 7 _ V4
30»* 8(* Am Com Alco(.50a). 3 13S 12S 12S —IS
3SS 12% Am Crys Sug 3.75f— 7 15 14', 14 '*— (4
lS’j 2 Am Encaustic Til... 2 4S 4(4 4S — v*
IS** 2(4 Am & Foreign Pow.. 21 4% 4 4 — ^
68(4 19 Am & For Pw $7 pf.. 6 22S 21S 22 — %
IIS 2(4 Am Hide & Leath_ 5 8*4 3(4 3',— s
62S 82V* Am Home Pr 2.40a... 2 35(4 85 35 — (*
4S IS Am Ice- 1 1** is it* + 1*
17** 6S Am International__ 17 7 6S 6S — (,
58T4 14S Am Locomotive_ 7 23 22 22 —1
125 63 Am Loco pf (7k) . 1 67 67 67 —1
29S lOSAmMach&Fy (1). 1 14', 14% 14% — %
13*4 3 Am Mach & Metals. 3 4(* 4S 4% — 14
68S 24S Am Metal (3g) 13 34 33 34 +lv*
129% 100 Am Metals pf (6)... 1 105 105 105 +3%
31', 26(4 Am News Del 1.75g. 20* 26% 26S 26%
16(4 3 Am Pow & Lt _ 15 7S 6% 6**— S
72S 26 AP&L$5pf 4.68%k_ 3 35 34 34 —IS
87S 31 A P&L $6pf 5.62(4k. 2 43S 42(4 42'i -1%
29% 9S Am Rad & St S(.60). 78 14 13S 13**— S
45'* 15V, Am Rolling M (2g)_ 27 19S 19** 197,
101S 66 Am Roll M pf 4.507 68S 67S 68!, +ls
36 15S Am Safetv Raz (2)_. 3 17 16(* 17 +ls
29 7S Am Seating (1.25g). 4 11(4 11 11(4 + %
58 24(, Am Shipbldg (2a)_ 130* 28(, 27!, 28 — *,
loss 41 Am Smelt & R(5g)_. 61 51S 50 50(4 -2S
73'* 22'4 Am Steel Fdy (2)... 42 35S 34% 34S — t,i
26V, 8% Am Stores .T_ 6 8(4 81, 8',
56S 24S Am Sugar Ref (2)_ 9 25S 24% 25S + V*
25", 14 Am Sumatra (la)__ 1 18 18 18 +7,
187 140 Am Tel & Tel (9).__ 12 148S 148 148 — %
99 60S Am Tobacco (5) _ 6 60S 60S 60**+ V*
99S 61', Am Tobacco B (5)_ 14 62S 62 62% — V,
20S 4>* Am Type Fdrs ... 16 6', 6S 6V, + %
29S 8 Am Watr Wks(.SO). 30 13% 12S 12S — %
14S 3', Am Woolen _ 1 4S 4S 4S
79 25'* Am Woolen pf_ 2 27S 27S 27% — % I
20 3% Am Zinc L & S_ 9 6 5% 5% — 1* I
69:, 24(, Anaconda Cop 1.75g. 122 33% 32V* S2S -IS
24% 10 Anchor Cap (.60a)_ 2 17(, 17 % 17% — 7,
111 96 Anchor Cap pf 6% _. 30* 102 102 102
*6 25 Arch-Dan-M (2) ... 5 25% 25% 25(4+ (*
111 93 Armour Del pf (7).. 2 9514 95 95 — t*
13*4 4% Armour (111) ,70g._. 83 5% 5% 5% — %
70!, 30 Armstr’g C’k 2.50g.. 9 38V* 371, 371,, _i
17% 2% Artloom__ 1 3% 3% 3% + %
24% 6% Asso Dry Goods_ 7 7 6% 6% — v*
57>,j 34S Associates lnv(3a)_ 1 34 34 34 — 7,
106 72 Assoc In pf ww(5).. 100* 72% 71% 72% — %
88 70 Assoc Inv pf xw(5). 40s 70 70 70
94** 32', Atch T & S F (2g) .. 36 4U« 39** 40 -1
104 7! Atch T & S F pf (5). 2 72 71 71 _m
55S 18 Atl Coast R (1.60g)_ 12 261* 26 26S - *,
44 9 Atl Gulf&W Ind pf.. 1 10*4 10*4 l()*4 + S
37 18 Atlantic Refin (1)_ 26 20', ]9S 19R — s
18'i 7S Atlas Corp (.80)_ 17 8S 8', 8'» — V,
52*i 391 * Atlas Corp pf (3) ... 6 4 IS 41 41
94 38 Atlas Powder 3.75g. 2 45S 45S 451, - 14
18*4 4’ii Atlas Tack (.50g)__. 1 5', 5', 51,+ *4
36*4 3*4 Auburn Auto_ 3 4 3*t 3S
9la 2 Austin Nichols_ 1 2*4 2*4 2*4
52', 1514 Aust Nich pf A(5k). 10s 19‘4 19s 19', -lvi
9*4 2S Aviation Corp_ 22 3:, 3S 3*,
23*4 5 Baldwin Roco ct_ 19 9 8S g*, — H
40', 8*4 Balto & Ohio_ 57 12'k 1 IS ll*t — s
47*4 10 Balto & Ohio pf_ 10 15*4 14', 14',— v4
1101 a 90 Bang & Ar pf (5)_ 10r 89*4 g9*, 89*, — ',,
43*« lOS Barber Co (la)_ 5 18'» 17'4 17s — S
42 20 Barker pf (2%)- 10r 30*4 30*, 301, + *4
35*4 10 Barnsdall(l)_ 10 14S 13S 14
20S 9S Bayuk Cigar (.75a). 2 10', 10s 10*, — S
28*4 13*4 Beatrice Cr (la)_ 1 15S 15S 15S — *4
114*4 90*4 Beech-Nut P (4a)._. 2 96 96 96 + v,
15*4 7S Beldin-Hem (1)_ 4 7S 7S 7S + S
30', 8*4 Bendix Aviation(l). 8 12S 12S 12S — *4
23*4 15 Beneficial Roan(2g). 1 17 17 17
624 32 Best & Co (2%a)_ 4 334 324 324 — V*
1054 41 Beth Steel (5g)- 227 634 614 62 — 4
1294 854 Beth Steel pf (7)_ 2 95 944 95 +14
694 23 Bigelow-Sanf 3.50g. 2 234 23V* 23V* -1
38 13V* Black & Deck (la)_ 2 144 144 14V* — 4
294 9 Blaw-Knox(1.20g)_. 8 124 12 12 — 4
494 16 Boeing Aero (.40g)_ 79 324 314 314 — 4
484 21 Bohn Al&Br (4g)__. 3 264 264 264 + 7,
93 764 Bon Ami A (4a)_ 60s 884 87 884 + 4
464 39 Bon Ami B (2.50a).. 140s 40 40 40
25 12 Bond Stores (1.60).. 8 124 124 124 — 4
28 17 Borden (1.60)_ 17 174' 17 17
504 24!* Borg-Warner (2a)_. 19 27 254 254 -14
154 3 Boston & Maine 16 44 34 3* _j
354 18 Bower Roll B 3.50g. 3 174 174 174 — 4
2*4 7 Bridgep’t Br ,75g_ 8 84 84 84 — 4
694 18 Briggs Mfg (4g) 18 214 214 214 -4
534 26 Briggs&Stra ,3.50g.. 1 264 264 264 + 4
47 29 Bristol-My (2.40a)_. 3 29 284 284 — 4
53 8 Bklyn-Man Transit. 8 9 84 84 — 4
1024 254 Bklyn-Man pf (6) _. 2 274 26 4 264 —1
384 64 Bklyn & Queens pf .. 3 7 6 4 67*— i,
524 19V* Bklyn Un Gas(l.60). 2 19 184 184 — 4
24 4 6 Brunswick-B (lg).. 9 84 84 84
26V* 64 Bucyrus-Erie(.75g). 8 84 8 8 — V*
144 24 Budd Mfg - 28 5 4 4 4 44 — 4
98 35 Budd Mfg pf_ 60s 45 43 45 -14
13 2Vi Budd Wheel (.I0g)_. 4 4 4 4
454 104 Bullard Co (2g)_ 5 194 194 191,4
65V* 26 Bulova Watch (4a). 2 31 307, 304 —l
18", 54 Burlington Mills! 1) 8 74 7 74
354 15 Burrgh Add M (la). 4 174 17Vi 174+ 4
114 14 Bush Term (r) _ __ 1 24 24 24 — 4
39 74 Bush T 7% deb (r).. 1 74 74 74 — 4
454 10 Bush T Bid pf ct(r). 60s 13V* 13 13v« + 4
18V* 54 Butler Bros (.60)_ 4 74 74 7%
36V* 16'* Butler Bros pf (14 ) 6 19 184 184 —4
97* 24 Butte Copper(.lOg)_ 4 34 34 37,
334 6 Byers* Co ... .. 1 94 94 94 — 4
91 24 Byers AM pf 2.50k . 20s 314 304 30V,‘— 7,
344 124 Byron Jackson(2a). 4 174 17 17 _ ^
484 20 Calif Pack (1 Via)... 5 204 204 20V*
64 1 Callahan Zinc . _ 5 14 14 14
204 4 Calum & Hec 1.10g — 11 74 74 74 — 4
374 104Campbell Wyant la. 4 124 124 124 — 4
384 94 Canada Dry G Ale_ 21 16 154 154 — 4
174 64 Canadian Pacific_ 21 8 74 74 — 1*
614 28 Cannon Mills (2)_ 1 294 294 294 — 4
184 54 Cap Adm A ( Vig)_ 1 54 54 64 —4
354 134 Carpenter Stl l.85g.. 6 164 164 164 — 4
94 24 Carriers & Gen .35g. 4 4 34 3?,
1914 80 Case (J I> <6g) - 2 95 914 914 -44
1294 97 Case (J I) pf (7)_ 50* 994 99 99
100 40 Caterpillar Tr (2a)- 15 53 524 524 — V4
1054 97 Caterpillar T of (5). 2 100 100 100
414 154 Celanese Corp 2.25g 11 16 154 154 — 4
484 21 Celotex Corp 1.20g_. 2 254 254 254 + 1*
824 52 Oelotexpf<5) .... 30* 69 59 69 —4
394 24 Cent Agulre(3.38g). 2 29 29 29
124 2 Central Foundry_ 7 34 34 34 — 4
1074 96 Cent 111 Lt pf(4V4)-. 10« 1014 1014 1014 —1
414 8 Central R R of N J.. 2 10 10 10
864 35V* Cerro de Pasco(4a). 13 384 374 374 —14
234 34 Certain-teed _ 26 84 74 74
82 184 Certain-teed 6% pf_ 500* 31 284 294 — 4
904 40 Chesap Corp (3a)__. 4 484 474 474 — 4
684 31 Ches&Ohio (3a)._|. 21 38V* 374 374 — 4
44 4 Chi & East 111 (r)_ 1 14 14 IV*
134 2 Chi & East 111 pf(r). 4 3V* 34 34
4 1 Chi Gt West (r)_ 2 14 14 14 — 4
184 3 Chi Gt West pf (r)_. 3 44 4V* 44 — 4
32 104 Chi Mall Ord 1.50g_. 3 10V* 104 104 -4
34 4 Chi M St P& P (r>_. 11 14 1 1
7V* 14 Chi M St P&P pf(r). 3 14 14 14—4
64 1 Chi & N W (r)_ 44 14 1 1-4
194 3 Chi & N W pf (r)_ 21 44 34 34 -14
33 64 Chi Pneu Tool_ 2 114 114 114
34 1 Chi R 1 & Pac (r)__ 1111
84 1 C R I & P 6% pf (r). 6 2 2 2
104 14 C R 1 & P 7% pf (r). 1 24 24 24 —4
274 64 Chi Yell Cab 14g— 1 94 94 94+4
224 12 Chic Cotton OH__ 3 124 124 124 + 4
164 3 Childs Co- 5 44 44 44—4
1354 624 Chrysler Corp lOg_ 231 664 544 644 -14
214 11 City ice &F (2)_ 8 12V* 12 124+ 4
92 60 City 1 &Fpf (6*4)_. 10s 63 63 63 +1
104 2 City Stores 3 34 3 34 + 4
48 20 Clark Equip(4.80g). • 1 204 204 204 - 4
113 1024 Clev El lllu pf (44 ). 10* 107 107 107
484 23 Clev Graph Br 2.80* 1 234 234 234 — 4
37 244 Climax Molyb 1.70g 23 394 37 384 +14
294 134 Cluett Peabody (1)_ 10 15V* 144 144
1704 934 Coca-Cola (3a)_ 3 116 114 114 —14
264 84 Colgate-P-P (.60)_ 15 94 9 9—4
624 204 Collins & Aik (5g)_. 2 234 234 234 —4
614 11V* Colo Fuel & Ir <lg). 6 174 17V* 174—4
274 64 Colo & South_ 40* 74 '74 74 — 4
30 9 Colo & South 1st pf. 160* 11 104 104 — 4
32 164 Colum B C(A)1.95g. 9 174 17 17—4
204 44 Colum G & El .45g_ 80 94 84 84 — 4
108 684 Col G & El pf A(6)— 4 734 73 734 +14
394 10 Col Plct vtc (la)_ 3 134 134 13v* —14
1254 65 Col Carbon (4a)_ 2 704 68 68 -4
694 334 Cornel Credit (4a)__ 12 35 34 344 — 4
804 374 Cornel Inv Tr (4a)_. 22 394 374 374 -24
21V* 6 Cornel Solv (.60)_ 28 7 4 7 4 74
44 1 Comwlth&Sou__ 56 24 2 2 —4
764 34 Com & Sou pf (3)_ 6 44 424 43 —1
194 44 Conde-Na.*t- 1 64 64 64 — 4
454 21 Congoleum-Nrn(2)_ 7 224 214 214 — 4
194 8 Congress Cgr (lg)_. 18 8 8
334 8 Consol Aircraft .50g 40 174 164 164 — 4
184 44 Consol Cigar_ 3 64 64 64+4
94 68 Con Cigar pr pf 6V4. 30* 70 70 70 —4
494 22 Consol Edison (2).. 45 244 24 244 - 4
108 92 Consol Edis pf (6)_. 1 97 97 ' 97 - 4
54 1 Consol Film- 2 14 14 14-4
184 44 Consol Film pf. 50k. x 1 64 64 64—4
2:30 p.m.
Prev. 1837 Stock and Sale*— Nat
Hleh. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. Blab. Low. Close. chaa.
17% 7 Consol Oil (80a)_ 20 9% 9 9 -%
10% 2% Consol RR Cuba pf- 1 3% 3% 3% + %
13V* 3 Consolidation Coal- 1 4% 4% 4% — %
92% 80% Consum Pw pf 4.50— 1 83% 83% 83% —1%
37% 10% Container (1.20)_ 17 14% 13% 13%—%
37% 7% Conti Baking A « 13% 13 13 - %
5% 1 Conti Baking B__ 7 1% 1% 1% — %
109% 65 Conti Baking pf(8)_ 1 73% 73% 73% — %
69% 39% Conti Can (3)- 22 41% 40V* 40%+ %
25% 6% Conti Diamond__ 9 7% 7% 7%
42% 23 Conti Ins (1.60a)_ 8 29% 29 29 — %
3% % Conti Motor_ 7 1% 1% 1% — %
49 24 Conti Oil Del (la)_ 42 31% 31 31 — %
35% 9% Conti Steel (la)_ 4 16 14% 14% — %
71V* 60% Corn Prod (3)_ 9 61% 61% 61%+ %
10% 3 Coty (,10g)- 6 3% 3% 8% - %
66% 22% Crane Co (lg)- 17 28% 27% 28 — %
115 88% Crane Co cv pf (5)-. 1 91% 91% 91%+%
37 21 Cream of Wheat(2). 3 22% 22% 22% — %
100% 28% Crown Cork (2) _ 36 38% 36% 36% -2
47% 33 Crown Ck pf xw 2%. 1 32% 32% 32% -1
25V* 8% Crown Zeller(.75g). 10 10% 10% 10%—%
108% 64% Crown Zeller pf (5). 100» 64 64 64
81% 21 Crucible Steel_ 32 37% 35% 36'% + %
3 % Cuba Co_ 2 % % %
14% 2% Cuban-Am Sugar . _ 6 4% 4% 4%
127 75 Cuban-A Sug pf 18k. 30e 70 70 70 —5
43 15 Cudahy Packing_ 9 15 15 15
204 4 CurtisPub _ 10 54 64 64-4
1094 43 Curtis Pub pf 6.26k. 4 424* 42 42 -14
84 2 Curtiss-Wright 70 4 34 4 +4
234* 84 Curtiss-Wr(A) .50g 30 164 15v* 15V* — 4
27 18V* Cutler-Ham (.25g).. 7 26 254 264 +4
24 124 Davega St pf (14).. 1 134 131* 134-4
109 964 Dayton T&L pf 4 4.. 60s 102 102 102 + 4
27 194 Deere & Co. .. 46 254 25 264 -4
314 204 Deere & Co pf (1.40). 2 22V* 224 224 -4
29 8 Deisel-Wem-G(2g). 2 134 134 134 - 4
684 13 Del & Hudson_ 5 164 16V* 164 -1
244 5 Del Lack & W_ 15 8 74 74 -4
146V, 884 Detroit Edison (8g) 2 99 98 99 +2
764 324 Devoe* Hay A(3a)_ 1 34 34 34 -4
364 18V* Diamond Mat (la).. 10 214 21 21V*
404 30 Diam Mat pf(l%a). 1 314 314 314 +4
23 64 Diamond T Mot (1). 5 64 64 64 + V*
29 10 Dist Corp-Seag .60g. 8 154 144 144 — Vt
96 604 Dist-Seag pf ww(5). 2 70 70 70
464 164 Doehler Die (2g) 2 194 184 194 +4
654 35 Dome Mines(o.aOg). 14 53 52V* 524 — 4
124 5 Dominion Stores_ 5 64 6v* 64 + 4
774 264 Douglas Aircraft... 60 404 394 394 -1
1594 794 Dow Chem (3 35g)_. 2 97 964 87 -24
39V* 9 Dresser Mf (B) le . 3 10 94 94 - V*
84 14 Dunliill Inti . . _ 4 24 24 24
1804 98 Du Pont de N 6.25g.. 24 1194 118 1184 -4
1354 130 Du Pont deb (6) . 3 1314 1314 1314 - V*
112 1074 Du Pont de N pf 4.50 1 1104 110', 1104
17 24 Eastern Roll_ .. 5 64 64 64 + 4
198 144 Eastman Kodak(ga) 6 167 165 1654 -14
374 154 Eaton Mf* (2.75g)- 5 184 184 184 -4
16 3 EitingonSch _ 10 34 34 34
464 154 Elec Auto L (2 60g) 30 I84 17 17 -4
16 3% Elec Boat (.60g) 120 8% 7% 7% + %
7Vi 3% El & Mus lnd(.19g). 36 4 4 4
26% 6%ElecPow&Lt_ 63 13% 13 13%-%
82V* 27 ElecP&Lpf_ 4 45 44 44 -3
44% 22 Elec Stor Bat 2%g— 2 26 25% 25%-%
8 1% Elk Horn Cl pf (r) .» 2 2% 2% 2%
29 14% El Paso Nat G (2a). 11 17% 17% 17%+%
17% 3 Eng Public Service. 3 6% 6 6 — %
78% 41 Eng P S pf (5) 2 48% 48 48 -1%
81 45 Eng P S pf ww 5%_ 2 53% 63% 53%
9% 1% Kquit Office Buldg.. 2 2% 2 2% + %
23% 4% Erie R R _ 1 7% 7% 7% — %
35% 8% Erie 1st pf_ — 2 11% 11% 11%-%
14% 3 Eureka Vacuum Cl.. 2 3% 3% 3% — %
34V* 7 Evans Products . 10 8% 8% 8%
5% 1 Fairbanks Co_150* 1% i% i%
28 7% Fairbanks Co pf _ 60» 9% 9% 9% — %
71% 2$% Fairbanks Mrse(la) 3 SO 29V* 29% -IV*
?0 26 Fajardo Sugar (4g) 3 29 28% 28% -1%
29% 7% Fed Lt & Trac (lg) x 1 11 11 11 - %
103 74 Fed Lt&Trac pf (6). 100* 75 75 75 +1
11% 2 Federal Motor_ 9 3 2% 2%
• 1% 2% Federal Screw_ 1 3% 3% 3% — %
6 1>* Federal Wat Svc A— 1 1% 1% 1%
48'* 16% Fed Dept Strs (2)_ 6 17 17 17
108% 65 Fed D Str pf (4% )-- 5 68% 67% 67%+ V,
45% 22% Fid Phoenix(1.60a). 16 30 29 30 -t- %
41% 16% Firestone T&R (2).. 5 20% 20V* 20% - %
52% 28% First Nat Strs(2%). 5 29% 29 29 -%
46v* 11% Flintkote (1) ... 45 18% 17 17 -%
58% 29 Florence Stov ,1.25g 4 23 22 22 —6%
39% 15 Florsheim Sh(A)l. x 2 18% 18 18% +2%
9% Hi Follansbee Bros _ 1 2% 2% 2% + %
58 27 Food Mach (2.50a).. 4 31% 31 31 -%
54% 11% Foster Wheeler ... 5 18s* 17% 17% —1
32% 18 Freeport Sulph (2). 3 23 22% 22% — %
117 102 Freeport Sul pf (6). 10* 105% 105% 105% - %
48% 6%Fuller (GA) 2d pf.. 30» 11% 11% 11% _ %
15% 3% Gair (Robert)_ 7 3% 3’, 3%
39% 13% Gair (Robert) pf_ 2 14% 13% 14% + %
33 10% Gamewell___ 20* 14% 14% 14%-%
19% 4 Gar Wood Ind(Vig). 3 6% 5% 5% — %
15% 5% Gen Am Invest _ 3 6% 6% 6% — %
86% 31% Gen Am Tran 3.SOg. 7 46% 45% 45%+*,
19% 5 Gen Baking (,60a)_. 5 7% 7% 7% — %
14 2% Gen Bronze_ 1 3% 3% 3% — %
32% 6% Gen Cable _ 9 11% 11% 11%—%
126% 66 Gen Cable pf (7k)_ 1 75 75 75
64% 34 Gen Elec (2.20g)_ 108 45% 44 44 -1
44% 28% Gen Foods (2)_ 14 32% 31% 32%
3** % Gen G & El A_ 8 1% 1% ]%_%
65% 48 Gen Mills (3)_ 2 52 51% 52
70Va 31% Gen Motors <3.75g)_ 290 33% 32% 32% — %
122% 111 Gen Motors pf (5).. 4 115% 115 115
15% 3%GenOutAdv. . 2 5% 5% 6% + %
60% 21% Gen Out Ad A 1.50k. 1 34 34 34
19 8% Gen Print Ink ,90g_. 1 9% 9% 9% + %
65% 17 Gen Ry Signal (1)_ 12 23 22% 22%-%
5% 1 Gen Real & Util_ 8 1% 1% 1% — %
48% 14 Gen Real & Ut pf... 1 17% 17% 17% + %
70% 18 Gen Refract (2h)... S3 28% 27% 27% -1%
88 13% Gen Stl Cast pf _110* 27% 27 27 -1
33** 9% Gen Thea Eq(1.25g) 4 12% 12% 12% - %
43% 16 Gen Time In (la)_ 3 17% 17 17% + %
38% 8 Gen Tire & R ,50g_ 11 11% 11% n% _ %
20% 8 Gillette Saf R (1)_ 15 9'* 9% 9% - %
88% 66 Gillette pf (5)_ 4 58 68 58
29% 7% Gimbel Bros_ 18 8% 7% 8% + Vi
51% 20% Glidden Co (2a)_ 14 23% 22 22 -1%
58% 43 Glldden cv pf (2>i). 1 50 50 50 +3)1,
*6% 1% Gobel (Adolf) .. 12 2% 2% 2% + %
8% 2 Goebel Brew (,20a). 5 3 3 3
60% 13 Goodrich (B F) lg . 16 16% 16 16 - Vi
87% 50 Goodrich (BF)pf (5) 2 52% 52 62 -Hi
47% 16% Goody’r T&R 2.50g 44 20 19% 19% - %
141 76% Goody’r T&R pf (5) 2 76% 76% 76%+%
13% 3% Gotham Silk H_ 3 3% 3% 3% — %
4% 1% Graham-Paige_ 7 1% 1% 1%
15 3 Granby Consol_ 1 4% 4% 4%
5% 1% Grand Union_ 3 1% 1% 1%
27% 10 Grand Un pf 2.50k-_ 1 13% 13% 13%
48% 14% Granite C S 1.12%g. 6 15 14% 14% - Vi
47% 22 Grant (WT) 1.40a._ 1 25% 25% 25%-%
22% 20 Grant(W T) pf (1). 11 20% 20% 20%+%
56% 23% Great Northn pf 2g. 65 26% 25% 25%
28% 10 Gt Nor Ore ct 1.50g. 8 13% 13% 13% — %
42v* 23% Grt West Sug 2.40a. 2 27% 27% 27%
39% 15% Green (HL) (1.60a). 10 18% 18 18%-%
16% 7% Greyhound (,80a) . 51 10% 10 10%
11% 7% Greyhound pf (.55). 2 8% 8% 8%
69 12 Guantanamo pf ... 20* 24 24 24 +3
69% 12 Gulf M&Npf 2.50k.. 2 18 18 18
34% 25 Hack Water(1.50g). 2 24% 24 24 -1
20% 4% HalHWT) Printing. 2 6% 6% 6% - %
31 19 Hamilton Wtch 2g.. 1 19% 19% 19%+ %
58% 18 Harb-Walker (2)_ 4 22% 22 22 - %
17% 5 HatCorp (.80g)- 16 6 6
106% 70% Hat Corp pf (6%)... 40* 60 60 60 -10%
8 1% Hayes Body- 2 2% 2 2
15% 6 Hecker Prod (,60a). 13 6% 6% 6% + %
39% 11 Hercules Mot (1) 5 14% 14% 14V*— %
64 60 Hercules Powd .75g. 9 67% 56% 56% — %
135% 125 Hercules Po pf (6).. 20* 128% 125% 125% -4%
52% 15% Holland Furn (2g).. 4 23 22% 22%—%
30% 9% Hollander&Son (1). 8 9% 9% 9%
43% 15% Holly Sug (2%g)— 11 19% 19% 19%
63% 39% Homestake Min 4 %_ 32 53% 62% 52% + %
41 23 Houd-Her A (2%)— 2 25 25 25 +%
27% 6 Houd-Her B (1 %) __ 9 9 8% 9
73 44 Household Fin (4a). 1 50 50 50
94 79 Househld Fin pf (5). 1 79 79 79
17% 4% Houston Oil_ 12 7 7 7
90% 37 Howe Sound (3a)— 6 47% 47 47 — %
5% 1% Hudson &; Man- 1 1% 1% i%
23% 4 Hudson Motor .25g_. 10 7% 7 7 — %
4% 1% Hupp Motor- 17 1% 1% 1%
38 8 Illinois Central__ 23 11% 11% 11% — %
67% 16 Illinois Cent pf- 2 19% 19% 19%+%
72 37 111 Cent LL (4)- 20* 37 37 37
22% 6% Indian Ref (.15g)— 1 7 7 7 — %
47% 16 Indust Rayon (1)— 5 18 17% 17%-%
181% 68% Inland Steel (4a).__ 13 76% 75% 76
33% 6% Inspiration Copper- 21 12 11% 11% — %
13% 1% Interboro Rap Tr.__ 12 3% 3% 3% — %
64% 20 Interchem Corp(2)_ 1 22% 22% 22% +1
111% 94 Interchem pf (6)- 20* 93 93 93 -1
11% 2% Intercontl Rubber_ 2 4 4 4
28% 6 Interlake Iron .65g. 26 10% 10 10% — Vi
9% 2 Inti Agricul- 7 2% 2% 2% - %
63% 18% Inti Atri pr pf (3k). 1 24% 24% 2*%-%
189 127% Inti Bus Mach (6a). 2 138% 138% 138% + %
120 53% Inti Harv (2.60a)— 30 70% 68% 68%—2%
16% 3 Inti Hydro-Elec A_ 8 7% 7 7 — %
15% 1% Inti Mer Marine- 6 4% 4 4% — %
18% 6 Inti Mining (.90g)_. 3 8% 8% 8%
73% 37 Inti Nickel (2a)- 165 47% 46% 46%-%
19% 7% Inti Paper & Power. 33 8% 8% 8% — %
68% 36% Inti Pap& P pf (5). 16 38V* 37 37%-1
67% 34 Inti Ry C Am pf 5k.. 10s 36 36 36
28% 19% Inti Salt (1.50a)- 1 20% 20% 20% - Vi
62 16 Inti Stiver- 2 18% 13 18% - %
15% 4 Inti Tel* Tel- 26 6% 6% 6% - Vi
8% 6% Inti Tel & T for ct.. 10 7% 7% 7%
36% 9% Interstate DS 2.75g. 5 10% 10% 10% - %
107% 72% Interst Deptpf (7).. 10* 71 71 71 -1%
30 20% Island Crk Coal (2). , 1 23% 23% 23%+1%
87% 49% Jewel Tea (4a)- 2 51 50% 51 + %
155 65% Johns-Manv (3a)— 21 88% 86% 86%-1%
136 64% Jones&Lau pf 6.25k. 130s 73% 71% 73 +1
46 15% Kalamazoo S&F 2g. 2 16% 16% 16% - %
35 15 Kaufmann Dep 1.60. 2 17 17 17
27% 13 Kayser (J) (2g)_ 2 13 13 13
23% 7 Kelsey-Hayes A_ 1 7% 7% 7% - %
19% 4 Kelsey-Hayea B- 4 4% 4% 4% + %
69% 28% Kennecott (2a)- 85 39% 38% 38%-1
20% 5% Keystone S&W .70>. 2 7% 7% 7%
46% 19% Klmb-Clark (la) — 5 20% 20 20%
29% 15% Kresge (SS) (1.20). 11 16% 15% 15% - %
2:30 p.m.
Prev 1937 Stock and Sale* MM
Hleh. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. Hleh. Low. Clone, cbie.
24% 14% Kroger Groo (1.601. 12 16% 15% 15%—%
41% 8 Laclede Gaepf_ 80a 31 29% 80 —1 .
24 11% LambertCo (1.60).. 7 11% 11 11 -%
27% 9% Lee Rub Sc T 1.60g— 1 12% 12% 12%-%
61% 14 Lehigh Port C (1%) 8 17% 17 17 — %
3% % Lehigh Valley Coal. 3 % % % + %
24% 4% Lehigh Valley R R.. 7 6% 6% 6% - %
43% 23% Lehman Corp (la).. 31 26% 25% 26 — %
21% 8 Lehn&Flnk (1%).. 3 10 9% 10
79 34 Libbey-Owens G(4). 12 39 38% 3814—%
16% 0 Libby McN&L 1.40h 6 7% 7% 7% — %
113% 82% Llgg* Myerk (4a) . 1 86 86 86 -8
114 83% Llgg & Myers B(4a) 9 89% 88% 89 — %
83% 18% Lima Loco <2.50g).. 7 33% 32% 33 — %
63 33 Link Belt (2a)_ 5 36 36 36 +1
26% 14 Liquid Carb (1.60a). 6 18% 18 18%—%
87% 45% Loews. Ino (7.60g)_. 19 49% 49 49 — %
3% 1 Loft, Inc- 3 1% 1% H4
75V* 32 Lone Star Cem(3a). 10 37% 86% 36% — %
43V* 17% Loose-WileM 1.60b). 4 18% 18% 18%+%
28% 15% Lorillard (P) (1.20). 16 16% 16% 16% — y*
147% 125 Lorillard pf (7)_ 10» 135% 135% 135%
28% 14% Loulsv G*E(A)1 %- 3 16% 16 16 — %
99 48% Loulsv* Nash (6g). 2 56 55% 5S% — %
41% 13% Ludlum Steel (1)_ 11 18% 17% 17%-%
36 12% McCall Corp (1H)— 3 12 12 12 — %
24% 7% McCrory Strs(.50B). 2 9% 9% 9%
28% 7% McGraw-Hill ,725b- 11 11V* 9% 11% +1%
42% 30% McIntyre Poro (2).. 6 37% 37 37%
42% 19% McKeesport T (2)_ 8 21% 20% 20%
16% 5% McKcss & Rob (d)_ 21 7% 7 7
47% 30% McKess & R pf (3).. 3 31% 31% 31%-%
19 6 McLellan Strs ,95b- 2 7% 7% 7% — v*
62% 18% Mack Trucks (la).. 21 21% 20% 20% — %
58% 27 Macy (R H) (2a).__ 8 28% 28 28
15% 8% Mad Sq Card 1.35b - 4 10% 10% 10%-%
63 18% Magma Cop <2.76g). 2 25 24% 24%-%
16% 4% Man Ry mod gtd(r). 16 6 5% 5% - %
29% 9% Manhat Shirt (1).._ 4 11 10% 11 + %
6% IV* Maracaibo Oil _ 1 1% 1% 1%
14% 5V, Marine Midi (,40a)_. 13 6% 6% 6%—%
3% 1 Market St Ry_ 10* 1 1 1 — %
6%' 1% Market St Ry 2d pf.. 20* 1% ]% 1% + %
39 7 Market St Ry pr pf.. 70* 9% 8% 9% +1%
51% 26 Marlin-Rock 4.75b-. 2 28 28 28 -1%
30% 8% Marshal Field_ 14 8% 8% 8% — %
29V* 10 Martin (Glen)__ 26 19 18% 18% — %
13% 1% Martin-Parry_ 4 3 3 3 — V*
74 20 Masonite (la)_ 7 35 34% 34% - V*
41% 22% Mathieson Aik 1.65g 7 24% 23% 24 + %
66% 34 May Dept Strs (3a). 2 37% 36% 36% -1
15% 4% Maytag Co (.50^) ... 4 5% 5 5 — %
44 23% Maytag pf ww (3) __ 1 2.3% 23% 23% — %
111 75 Maytag 1st pf (6) ... 10s 75V* 75% 75V* + %
34% 11% Mead Corp (l.BOg).. 5 12% 12 12 - %
101 70 Mead Corp pf (61 .. 10* 66% 66% 66% -3%
93% 54 Mead pf R ww 5.50.. 1 54 54 54
86% 37% Melville Shoe (5)... 2 41% 41% 41%— V*
16% 3 Mengel _ 2 4% 4% 4%
47% 18 Mengel 5% pf (2 %). 100* 19% 19V* 19% + V*
72'-* 33% Mesta Mach(4.75g). 4 40% 40% 40%
26% 4% Miami Copper .15g.. 7 8% 8% 8% — %
35% 14 Mld-Cont Pet 1.50b. 11 20 19% 19% - %
48% 15 Midland Stl P (5g).. I 21% 21% 21% -1
120 53 Minn-Hon ReB(3a). 12 69 67 (*7% - %
16% 4% Minn-Mol Imp ... 4 6% 6% 6% — %
108 52 Minn-M P pf 6.50k.. 2 53 53 53 -2
2% H Min StP&SS Marie _ 2 % % %-%
34 15% Mission Corp ].25g. 1 16 16 16
9% 2 Mo-Kan-Texas__ 8 2% 2% 2% — %
34% 5% Mo-Kan-Tex pf 11 10% 10% 10% — %
6% 1% Mo Pacific (r)_ 3 1% 1% 1% — %
12V* 1% Mo Pacific pf (r)_ 1 3 3 3 — %
40% 14% Mohawk Crp(l.20a). 4 14% 14% 14%
107% 71 MonsantoCh (3g)._ 2 88'* 88 88% + %
69 30 Montgom Ward(2a) 68 36** 35% 35% -1%
46 21 Morrell Co_ __ 4 21% 21% 21%
3% % Mother Lode (,45g). 24 % % %
38% 124, Motor Prod (5g) 3 17% 17% 17% — %
26 8% Motor Wheel (1.60). 3 11% 111, 11% — %
54 16% Mueller Brass (la). 2 19 18% 18% — %
15% 4V* Mullins Mfg (B)_ 1 5% 6% 5%
99% 52 Mullins pf (7)_ 10* 60 60 60 —1
36% 9% Munsingwear 1.50g. 2 12 12 12 + %
90 50 Murphy (GC) 4a... 12 52 51% 51% - %
108% 102 Murphy Co pf (5) .. 20* 102 102 102
20% 3 Murray Corp(.25g). 3 5% 5% 5% — %
71 45 Myers (F E) 4.75«._ 1 45 45 45
24% 5 Nash-Kelv (1) ... 42 10% 10 10 - %
47% 10 Nash Chat & St L—. 10* 13% 13% 13%-%
24 8 Nat Acme (lg)_ 10 11% 11V* 11% - v.
18% 6% Natl Aviation _ 1 9% 9% 9% — %
33% 17% Natl Biscuit (1.60).. 32 18% 18% 18% + %
S3** 14% Nat B’d * Inv 144a.. 9 14% 14% 14% - %
38% 13 Natl Cash P.eg (la). 9 16% 16% 16% - %
26% 12 Natl Dairy P (1.20). 43 14 13% 13%
112% 106% Natl Dairy pf A (7). 50* 107% 107% 107% +1
244 54 Natl Dept Strs_ 1 64 64 64 — 4
35 17 Natl Distill (2a)_ 35 214 204 214- 4
184 44 Natl Gypsum_ 25 74 7 7 — 4
44 18 Natl Lead (4)_ 23 30 29 294+ 4
61T» 18 Natl Mai A Stl (2).. 3 214 214 214—4
144 5 Natl Pw & Lt (.60).. 7 84 8 8—4
994 55 Natl Steel (2.50a)_ 19 674 664 67 - 4
264 194 Natl Supply (b) .. 37 Cl7* 214 214-4
804 634 Natl Sup pr pf (54) 4 68 68 68 -3
30 22 Natl Supply $2 pf... 6 244 234 234 + 4
124 34 Natl Tea Co _ 5 34 34 .34
134 64 Natomas ( 80)_ 8 9 9 9
574 224 Neisner Bros (2)_ 1 234 234 234 + 4
414 104 Newport Ind (2?)_ 28 144 134 134 -1
984 29 N Y Air Brake (2)_ 3 374 374 374 — 4
554 154 N \ Central _ 120 194 19 19 —14
100 304 N Y Chi & St Lpf... 1 434 434 434 -14
314 15 N Y C Omnibs 4.90g. 1 214 214 21,» - 4
124 24 N Y Dock _ 40* 44 44 44 — 4
254 5 N Y Dock pf_ 50» 104 94 94 — 4
2 4 N Y Investors (r)... 9 4 4 4
94 2 NYNHtH(r)_ 13 24 24 24 -4
264 44 N Y N H & H pf (r). 6 64 64 64 -4
64 1 N Y Ont & West (r). 1 14 1 14
154 3 N Y Shipbld?_ 34 74 74 74
764 30 N Y Shipbld? pf _ 50* 47 464 47 43
272 180 Norfolk & West 10a. 1198^ 198 198 +2
174 3 N Am Aviatn .12 4*. 32 84 84 84—4
344 144 Nor Am Co (1.60?).. 68 214 204 204 —14
1044 93 North Am Ed pf(6). 1 98 98 98 +1
364 94 Northern Pacific _ 57 124 114 114 — 4
6> 14 Norwalk Tire & R.. 12 2 2
224 9 Ohio Oil (lg) :_ 33 134 134 134 + 4
73 24 Oliver Farm_ 5 304 294 294 - 4
264 64 Omnibus (1.80?)_ 2 10 10 10 — 4
194 54 Oppenheim Col Hk- 1 64 64 64—4
45V* 204 Otis Elevator 1.40g. 19 26 254 254
140 125 Otis Kiev pf (6)_ 10* 1264 1264 1264 —14
244 64 Otis Steel . ... 11 11 104 104 — 4
97 52 Otis Stl 1st pf 5 4 .. 1 64 54 54 -1
28 124 Outboard M (2.50g). 2 1.34 134 134 — 4
1034 514 Owens-Ill G12.50?.. 11 69 68 68 -1
23 94 Tac Am Fish (1.20). 5 11 104 104
154 24 Pac Coast-- S0i 54 5 54 + Vt
40 74 Pac Coast 1st pf 10* 15 15 15 — 4
38 22 PacGas&El(2) 11 264 264 264
534 344 Pan Lighting (3a) 5 374 374 374 + 4
444 104 Pacific Mills (14g). 8 14 1.34 134 — 4
152 110 Pac Tel & Tel (8) . 50*111411141114
294 124 Pac West Oil (.75?). 3 134 13 13 — 4
124 4 Packard Mot(.25g). 56 44 44 44 —4
44 1 PanhandleP&R (r). 2 14 14 14
121 29 Panhandle pf (r)_ 10« 44 44 44 —1
90 324 Paraffine Co (4g)_ 2 394 394 394 + 4
284 84 Paramount Plct — 100 104 104 104 — 4
2004 804 Paramount 1 pf (6). 2 87 864 864-64
264 8 Paramount 2 pf(.60) 8 104 104 104 — 4
84 1 Park Utah <.15g) 2 24 24 24
444 28 Parke Davis (2.30g) 4 314 304 314 + 4
294 12 Parker Rustd.50a). 1 18 18 18 — 4
74 14 Parmelee Trans- 1 14 14 14— 4
104 4 FatheFilm . 4 6 6 6
234 8 Patino Mines (2g).. 2 104 104 104 + 4
74 24 Peerless <.30g) - 2 44 44 44
64 37 Penick&Ford 1.50g.. 6 434 42 434 +2
1034 674 Penney (J C) (4a)_. 6 654 634 64 -1
124 24 Penn-Dixie Cement. 4 44 4 4—4
294 14 Penn G1 Sand ct lg. 5 154 15 154 + 4
604 20 Penn R R (1.25g)... 40 234 224 224 —4
654 22 Peoples GL&C <2g). 7 364 354 36 — 4
484 9 Pere Marquette- 1 144 144 144+4
91 35 Pere Marq pf- 60a 38 374 374 — 4
87 35 Pere Marq pr pf 75). 20a 384 37 37 -2
214 94 Petrol Cori^(1.27g). 6 11 104 104 - 4
134 3 Pfeiffer Brew(.90g). 4 5 44 44—4
694 184 Phelps Dodge 1.60g. 24 274 27 274 — 4
34 4 Phila Read C&I(r)_. 4444
954 65 Philip Morris (3)- 6 834 824 824 —4
64 304 Phillips Pet (2a)_ 89 404 394 3914-4
334 204 Pills Flour (1.60)... 4 214 21 21 —4
144 5 Pitts Coke & Iron... 2 54 54 54— 4
1004 484 Pitts C&Irpf (5).. 30» 62 52 62 -1
20 44 Pitts Screw (.65g)_. 6 74 74 74
43 8 Pitts Steel - 2 124 114 124
122 38 Pitts Steel pf- 10s 39 39 39 + u
84 14 Pitts United_ 12 2 2
47V* 84 Pitts & W Va 20s 144 144 144— 4
294 13 Plymouth Oil 1.40a. 9 184 18 184
334 7 Poor & Co B ... 8 114 104 104-4
34 4 Porto R Am To (B). 2 1 1 j + 4
154 24 Postal T & C pf (r)_. 2 34 34 34 + 4
314 64 Press Stl Car .25g .. 6 10 94 94 _ 4
31 54 Press St C 1st pf .25 1 104 104 104+ 4
654 434 Procter & Gam (2a). 16 454 454 454
624 304 Pub Svc N J (2.60).. 6 334 324 324 -14
1134110 Pub Sv E&G pf (5).. 1 1124 1124 1124
724 264 Pullman (1.50a)- 26 354 344 35 — 4
244 84 Pure Oil (.25g)_ 70 124 114 12 +4
1124 1074 Pure Oil pf (8)- 30s 111# jn# iij# + u,
234 64 Purity Bak (.60)_ 1 74 74 74—4
12% 4% Radio Corp <.20g)— 80 6% 6% 6%
80 48% Radio cv pf (3%)— 8 48% 47% 47%-1%
10% 2% Radio-Kaith-O <r)_. 10 4% 4% 4%
25% 6 R R Sec 111 Stic_100s 7% 7 7
29% 29 Rayonier pf (2)- * 1 28% 28% 28%-%
47 18% Reading Co (2)- 1 20% 20% 20%-%
13% 3% Real Silk_ 2 3% 3% 3% + %
30 8 Reis & Co 1st pf- 1 8% 8% 8% + %
22% 8% Reliable Strs < la) __ 8 8% 8% 8% — %
35% 9% Reliance Mfg .60a._ 6 10% 10% 10% + %
29% 8% Rem-Rand (1.30g)_. 6 13% 13% 13%—%
9% 1% Reo Motor- 16 2% 2% 2%
47% 12% Republic Steel_ 100 19% 18% 18% — %
124 69 Rep Steel cv pf (6)_ 2 69% 69% 69%-2%
110% 63% Republic St pfA(6). 2 63% 62 62 -3
49% 9 Revere Copper & B_. 4 14% 13% 13%
139 80 Revere Cop pf (7)_30s 81 80 80
30% 12% Reynolds Met <1)_ 5 15% 15% 16%—%
34% 7% Reynolds Spring_ 2 7% 7% 7% — %
58 40% Reynlds Tob B S.SOg 10 44% 43% 44%—%
6% 4% Richfield Oil (.25g). 41 6% 5% 6%
31% 9 Ritter Dental (1)_ 1 9% 9% 9% _ %
3:30 p.m.
Prev 1837 Stock and Sales— Net
Hl«h. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. Hllh. Low. Close, ehie.
38 1714 Ruberoid Co (.60a). 1 2214 2214 2214 — t*
48 21 Safeway Strs (2a)20 2144 20'a 2014-114
103 74 Safeway Strapf(5). 60s 7114 70 70 -4
113 86 Safeway Stra pf (6). 20s 88 87 88 +114
113 98 Safeway Strapf(7). 60* 101 100 100
66 2614 St Joseph Lead(2a). 41 8444 33V* 3414-14
44* 1 St JL-San Fran (r)_ 2 1<4 1H 114
1114 144 St L-San Frn pf (r). 2 214 214 214
2714 11 Savage Arms 1.50g.. 6 16 16 16—14
6144 2414 Schenley DlstlU(3)_ 8 2544 2514 2514 — v*
88V* 7414 Schenley pf (5%)_ 1 75V* 75V* 75v* — *
3V* 14 Schulte Ret (r)_ 1 14 14 14
2344 3H Schulte Ret S pf(r). 2 54* 54* 5‘* + 4*
45V* 34'4 Scott Paper 1.6ag .. 30» 3814 38 3814 + 14
214 4* Seaboard Air L (r)„ 17 14 4* To
814 114 Seaboard A L pf(r). 2 314 3 3
64% 16 Seaboard Oil (1)_ 5 23 22 22 — 1%
11% 3% Seagrave (.lag) 1 3% 3% 3% + %
98% 49% Sears Roebuck(3a). 44 63% 62% 63%—%
34 12% Servel Corp (la)_ 19 13% 13% 13%-%
42% 15 Sharon Steel (1.20)_ 3 19 18% 19 + %
120 60 Sharon Stl pf (5)_ 2 62 61 61%+ %
14 3% Sharp & Dohme__ 3 4% 4% 4%
17% 6% Shattuck (FU) ,60a_ 9 7% 7% 7% — %
34% 14% Shell Union OilUg). 7 17% 17% 17%-%
17% 5% Silver King Cl.15g- 2 7% 7% 7% - %
68 17% Simmons Co(2.2ag). 9 21 „ 20% 20% — %
4% 2% Simms Petrolm__ 10 3 3 3
26 17% Simonds Saw 1.30g.. 3 18 17% 18 — %
60% 26% Skelly Oil (1.50g)_ 4 31% 31V* 31%-%
197 67 Sloss-Sheft (1.60g)_ 90s 80% 77 80% +2%
29% 9% Snider Pack (l%g)_ 4 12% 12% 12% + V*
23% 13 Socony-Vac (.80g)__ 65 15% 15% 15%
6% 1% Sou Am G & P ,20g.. 2 2% 2% 2%
42% 20% South P R Sug (la). 2 24% 24% 24V* + %
32% 17V* Sou Cal Edis (l%a). 11 21% 21% 21%+%
65% 17 Sou Pacific_ 61 22% 21% 21%—%
43% 9 Southern Ry_ 36 14 13% 13% — %
60’,2 15 Southern Rypf 20 23% 22% 22% — V*
77V, 35% Spalding 1st pf 60s 38 37 38 +1
9% 1% Sparks With_ 2 2% 2% 2% — %
36 20 Spen-Kell (1 60a)_ 5 20% 20% 20’% -1%
23% 10 Sperry Corp 1.20g._ 62 16% 15% 15%-%
35 13 Spicer Mfg (2g)_ 1 13% 13% 13% + V*
28% 8% Spiegel Inc (1)_ 69 10% 9% 9% - %
95% 49 Spiegel pf (4%)_ 850s 57% 54% 55%+%
48% 16 Square DCo (2g) 3 22% 22% 22%+%
16’/* 7% Stand Brands (.80), 40 8 7% 8
107 101 Std Brands pfM.50). 2 106% 106% 106% - %
12% 2% Stand Com Tob 1 3% 3% 3% + %
14% 2% Stand Gas & El (r)_. 9 5 4% 4% — %
32% 5 Stand G&E pf (r).. 6 11 10% 10%-%
65 10 StdG&E *6 prpf(r). 1 23 23 23 -1
72% 14 Std G&E *7 pr pf (r) 7 26 26 26 -%
50 28 Stand Oil Calif (la) 35 29% 29% 29%-%
50 26% Stand Oil Ind (la).. 20 34% 34% 34',
76 42 Stand Oil N J (la).. 129 46% 46 46% - %
75 54 Sterling Prod 3.80a. 3 56% 56% 66% + %
21 54 Stewart-VVarn( 4a) 6 9% 9\ 9% — V*
17% 7 Stokelv Bros 1.20g_. 2 74 74 74
33% 6% Stone & Webster_ 20 144 134 134 -14
20 3 Studebaker_ 21 64 5 5
774 444 Sun Oil (la)_ 2 484 48 48
224 9 Sunshine Alng (3)._ 8 13% 134 13% + 4
61% 18 Superheater 2.T5g_. 5 314 31 31 +4
7% 14 Superior Oil... 6 2% 24 24
47% 8 Superior Steel.__ 6 154 144 144 — %
394 18 Sutherlnd Pap 1.60a 2 204 204 204 +%
28% 154 Swift&Co <1.20)... 8 164 16% 164-4
334 22V* Swift Inti (2) ._ 4 254 244 244 -4
23% 4% Symintg'n ww 85g. 7 104 94 94 — 4
17% 44 Symingt'n xw .85g . 3 74 7% 7% — 4
15% 64 Talcott (J) ,60a_ 1 6% 6% 6%
15% 54 Tenn Corp (,35g)_ 11 6% 64 64 — 4
654 34% Tex Corp (2a). _ 75 43 414 42 - %
9% 2 Tex Gulf Prd(.lOg). 3 4 34 4
44 23% Tex Gulf Sul (2a)... 9 284 274 £8 -1
544 15% Tex & Pac RR. ... 7 22% 21 22 + 4
16% 5% Tex Pac C&O (.40) .. 4 84 8% 8% - l,
15% 5% Tex Pac IVd Tr.20g. 8 8% 84 84 -4
134 24 Thermoid_ ... 28 3', 34 34 -4
284 10 ThompProd 1.70g). 1 134 134 134 -4
104 14 Thompson-Star_’ 6 3 3 3 —4
21% 134 Tidewater As (la) . 7 15% 154 154 — %
984 77 Tidewater As pf 4 4 1 82 82 82 — %
28V, 8% Timken-Det 1.50g . 4 12% 114 114-4
79 36 Timken Roll B.Oa). 5 42'* 41% 424 + 4
17 10 Transamerica Corp. 11 114 104 11 — 4
22% 4 Transcontl Wn Air. 18 6% 54 54 — 4
27% 54 Transue & Wil .60g. 1 7% 7s* 7% — 4
11% 3% Tri-Cont Corp (%g) 19 34 3% 3**
1094 82 Tri-Conti pf (6) ... 1 83% 83% 83%+ %
12 4% Truax-Traer (.80).. 1 6 6 6
404 18', 20th Cen-Fox 2.50g. 13 21V* 204 21 -%
50 25 20th Cnt-Fox pf 14. 6 27*. 27 27 -1
174 2% Twin City RT ... 2 4% 44 44 — 4
26% 7 Twin Coach (.85k) .. 10 8 7% 7% — 4
100% 46% Underwood-E 4.50g. 4 53% 52 52 —2
18% 9 Un Bag & P(.12%g) 8 9% 9% 9% - %
111 61(4 Un Carbide (3.20)_ 32 78% 77V* 77%-1%
28(4 17% Un Oil <Cal) 1.20a.. 6 19% 19% 19%+ %
148% 80 Un Pacific (6) _2 7 86% 86 86%+ %
99-% 78 Un Pacific pf (4) ... 1 82 82 82
31% 22 Un Tank Car (1.60). 2 23 22% 22V* - %
35% 10% Unit Aircraft (lg).. 50 26% 25% 25%-%
24% 5% Unit Air Lines_ 13 7% 7% 7% — %
30V* 15 Unit Biscuit(1.60)_ 3 17% 17*. 17%
91 36% Unit Carbon (4a)_ 8 40% 39% 39% — %
35 18% Unit Carr Fast (2)_ 2 19% 18% 18%+ %
8% 2 UnitCorp (,20g)_ 31 3% 3% 3%
46% 25% Unit Corp pf (3)_ 7 33% 31% 32% — %
16 5 Unit Drug (.50g)_ 6 7 6% 6% — %
26% 6% Unit Dyewood (la). 19 9 9
106'* 80 UnitPvewdpf (7)_. 30s 74 74 74 —8
9% 2% Unit Klee Coal ... 1 5% 5% 5% — %
63 24 Unit Eng&Fy (4g)_. 3 32% 32% 32% — %
86% 52 Uni. Fruit (3a)_ 12 57V* 56% 57 + %
17 9 Unit Gas imp (1)... 39 10% 10% 10% — %
16% 3% Unit Paperbd(.30g). 1 4% 4% 4% — %
24% 6% U S & Foreign Sec.. 4 7% 6% 6% — %
34% 5% U S Freight_ 7 8% 8 8 — t,
137 53 USGypsum(2a)_ 9 72% 71% 72%+1%
23% 6% U S Hoffman Mach.. 4 7% 7% 7% *- %
70 31% U S Hoff M pf 2 %_ 4 31% 3! 31 -%
43% *6% U S Indus Alco_ 37 20% 20% 20(4— %
15% 3% U S Leather_ 1 6 6 6 — %
22% 6% U S Leather A_ 2 9% 9% 9% — %
72V* 24 U S Tipe & Fdrv(3). 12 29% 29 29 -1
19% 3% U S Realty & Imp... 13 5% 4% 5 -%
72% 20 U S Rubber . .. 23 27% 26V* 26% - %
118 45% U S Rubber 1st pf .. 13 54% 53** 53% —IV*
105 52% U S Smelt &R( 12g). 6 62% 62 62 -%
126% 48% U S Steel (lg)_ 188 61% 59% 59% -1%
150 100% U S Steel pf (7)_ 4 110 109% 109% - %
136 114 U S Tobacco (5a) . 1119 119 119
9% 2% Unit Stockyards .50. 1 4% 4% 4*4 + %
8% 1 Unit Stores A _. 6 2% 2% 2%
21 10% Univ-Cyclops Sul). 4 11 11 11
86 47 1'niv Leaf Tob (3a) x 1 54 54 54 — %j
108 29 Univ Pictures 1st pf 10s 31 31 31 -2
4% % Util P & Lt A (r)___ 10 1% 1 1% + %
2% % Yadsco_ 1 % % %
39*. 9% Vanadium Corp lg_. 14 17 16% 16% - %
44% 14% Van Raaite (3.50g). 2 20 20 20 + %
47 35% Vick Chemical (2a). 2 40% 40 40% + %
12% 2% Ya-Caro Chem 3 3% 3% 3%
74% 18% Ya-CarC 6%pfl.50k 5 25% 24% 24% -1% !
12% 3 Ya Ir Coal & Coke 30s 3% 3% 3%
37 8 Ya lr Coal & Coke pf 10s 14 14 14 —2
104 2 Wabash Ry (r)_ 3 24 2 2 —4
184 24 Wabash pf A (r)_ 2 34 34 34
16 24 Wabash pf B (r)_ 10s 3'* 34 34+ 4
194 64 Waldorf Sys (lg)... 3 74 74 74 — 4
33 18 Walgreen (2)_ 3 194 194 194
614 32 Walker Hiram (4)_. 13 424 414 424 + 4
18*t 34 Walworth Co (lg) _ x 22 8 74 74 — 4
994 40 Ward Bak pf 4.25k 2 37 364 364 -34
18 44 Warner Bros Piet... 38 6 4 6 4 64 — 4
694 33 Warner Bros P pf — 170s 344 344 34V, + 4
124 24 Warren Bros (r)_ 5 34 34 34 — 4
46 16 Warren Fdy &P(2a) 1 184 18 18—4
384 114 Waukesha Mot (la) 5 144 144 144 — 4
604 20 Wayne Pump (2a)— 10 264 254 254-14
24 1 WellsFargn _ ... 100s 14 14 14—4
56 234 Wesson O&Sn ,50g_. 5 284 284 284 + 4
108 84 W Penn El A (7)_ 10s 90 90 90
103 76 W Penn El pf (6) ... 20s 874 87 87 -1
109 88 West Penn El pf(7). 20s 94 93 93 -3
1154 1104 West Penn Ppf (6). 10s 1124 1124 1124 -14
1234 117V* West Penn P pf (7).. 10s 119 119 119
304 16 West Auto Sup 1.60. 1 164 164 164 -4
114 24 Western Maryland.. 3 44 44 44 — V*
44 1 'Western Pacific_ 1 14 14 14
114 14 Western Pac pf- 2 24 24 24 — 4
834 234 Western Un 2.25g... 11 264 264 264
574 174 Westhse Air B(la). 18 274 264 264 -4
1674 874 Westhse El&M 6g._ 22 1114 1084 1084 -34
170 113 Westhse E&M pf 6g 30s 133 133 133 +44
304 104 Weston El Inst(lg) 1 144 144 144 -4
274 104 Westvaco Chi (1) — 7 13 124 124 +4
125 90 Wheel & L E pf 64- 20s 90 90 90
65 19 Wheeling Steel_ 5 264 254 264 + 4
334 6 White Motor_ 13 10V* 10 104- 4
184 84 White Rk M Sp 1.40. 1 10 10 10-4
464 11 White Sew M pf- 3 134 134 134 -14
64 14 Wilcox Oil & Gas—. 3 24 24 24 — 4
54 24 Willys-Overland- 4 24 24 24 + 4
12 44 Willys-Over pf (.60) 1 64 64 64
124 44 Wilson & Co (4 > — 9 54 54 64
134 124 Woodward Iron Co. 4 134 13 13 — 4
654 35 Woolwortb (2.40)_ 19 364 364 364 - 4
47 12 Worthington Pump. 4 174 174 174 + 4
54 45 'Worth cv pr pf 4.50- 2 444 44 444 —3
128 38 Wright Aero (2g)_210s 874 83 85 +24
76 684 Wrigley Jr (3a)_ 4 60 594 60
624 224 Yale* Towns .60a— * 27 264 27
374 74 Yellow Truck_ 28 104 9 4 94
142 764 Yellow Trk pf (7)... 10s 75 76 75 —14
464 154 Young Sprgft Wire. 3 154 15 15 — 4
1014 344 YoungstS&T 3.25g. 101 44V* 414 424 +1
434 12 Zenith Radio (2g)_. 28 14 134 134
9V* 24 Zonite Prod- 6 3 24 24 — 4
Approximate Sales of Stocks on the N. Y. Stock Exchange.
11-00 A.M_ 300.000 12:00 Noon_ 520.000
1:00 P.M_ 740.000 2:00 P.M_ 870.000
i Actual sales: unit of trading 10 shares.
r In bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganised under
Bankruptcy Act. or securities assumed by such companies.
Rates of dividends in the foregoing table are annual dis
bursements based on the last quarterly or semi-annual declara
tion. Unless otherwise noted special or extra dividends are not
included.
x Bx dividend, xr Bx rights, a Also extra or extras, b 1-10
share of $2 preference stock, d 1-25 share of 83 preference
stock, e Paid last year, t Payable in stock, g Declared or paid
so far this year, h Cash or stock, k Accumulated dividend paid
or declared this year.
TIMID RALLY FAS
AS MARKET SAGS
Leaders Lose Point or More.
Planes, Motors, Steels
Sell Off.
Stock Averages
.80 18 18 80
.. , Indust. Rails. utU. Stock.
Net change- —.2 —.1 +.1 —-.1
Today, noon 65 6 2t.8 34.2 46.7
Prev. day-.- 65 8 219 34 1 46 8
Month ago- 57.7 19 3 32.7 41.7
Year ago... 94 3 36 9 50 8 68 9
1937 high_101.6 49.5 54.0 75.3
1937 low_ 57.7 19.3 31.6 41.7
1936 high_ 99.3 43.5 53.7 72.8
1936 low_ 73.4 30.2 43.4 55.7
1932 low_ 17.5 8.7 23.9 16.9
1929 high-.146.9 153.9 184.3 157.7
1927 low_ 51.6 95.3 61.8 61.8
(Compiled by the Associated Press.)
Bv VICTOR EUBANK.
Associated Press Financial Writer.
NEW YORK, Dec. 22—A half
hearted rally failed to hold In today's
stock market and leaders tilted back
ward fractions to a point or more.
Steel issues, at the van of the brief
recovery swing, fell under profit and
tax selling, followed by aircraft and
motors, which also had enjoyed higher
levels.
Developments provided little In
spiration on the speculative side, and
trading was largely of the in-and-out
variety. The pace was only moderate.
Department of Labor figures indi
cating a more than seasonal 10.8 per
cent decrease in factory pay rolls from
October to November dampened in
vestment sentiment. Employment
dropped 5 8 per cent in the same
period.
United States Government loans,
! which had improved during the morn
: ing. sagged at the bond market's close.
Domestic corporate issues were nar
1 row and uneven.
Hides again advanced but other
1 commodities were generally lower.
| Wheat at Chicago finished *2 to I1*
: cents a bushel off and corn was down
| *-a to l5g cents.
President Roosevelt's letter to Rep
resentative Cartwright insisting on ef
forts to cut the budget was published
| too late to draw much market atten
j tion.
United States Steel, which at one
time had shown an advance, closed
off about a point for the day, but
Youngstown Sheet Si Tube held an
earlier gain.
Others on the minus aide were
Bethlehem, Chrysler, General Motors.
Douglas Aircraft. Boeing, Montgomery
I Ward, International Harvester, J. I
Case, Westinghouse Electric, Amerada.
Santa Fe, New York Central, Allis
Chalmers, Du Pont, Anaconda Cop
per, American Smelting, Johns-Man
| ville. Eastman Kodak, Goodyear, Con
solidated Edison and Union Carbide.
CHICAGO GRAIN
By the Associated Preas.
CHICAGO, Dec. 22.—Influenced by
j tumbles of approximately 2>, cents a
bushel in Buenos Aires quotations, the
Chicago wheat market slid down more
I than a cent late today.
Favorable weather for completion of
harvesting in Argentina was reported.
The long range winter wheat estimate
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
although somewhat lower than ex
| pected. was almost entirely ignored.
At the close Chicago wheat futures
were cents under yesterday's
finish. May. 91>4-9138: July, 85'2
| 855b: corn, V-l** down: May. 593,
' 59'2: July, 59‘4-5938, and oats, ’s off
tO >g UP
Grain Futures Tahir,
j Open. High. Low. Close.
I WHEAT—
1 Dec .95s, .95s, 94s, ,94s.
! May - .92 .924, .91', .91',-3,
July .... .8(5 .86', .85", .So1,-*,
CORN—
Dec. .. . .594, .59*, .574, .57s,
May .59’, 69 593» .5P3,-',
July - .59’, .69 .59',, .59',-’,
OATS—
Dec .32 .32', .32 .32',
; May _.304, ,391, .394, 39',
.July 29', .29', .29 .'.’9
SOY BEANS—
I Dec. . . .94L .94', .94', .94',
| May _ .94v, .94',
'RYE—'95’J -- --
| Dec. _.69 .HP H8 .88
1 May _.70 .79', ,H9 .89
j July _ .HH3, .Hfi3, .Hfi ,H6
LARD—
I Jan. . . 8.27 8.50 8.45 8 45
! Dec. _ 8.27
Jan. . 8 47 8.59 8.45 8.45
May _ 8.92 8 92 8.87 8.87
Lirerpnnl Closing.
LIVERPOOL. Dec. 22 op.—-Wheat hi
j tures closed easy.
Prey.
High. Low Close, close,
i Dec. . .. 1.12*, 1.11*, 1.12s, 1.13
J March _1.194, 1 np>, 199', 1.194,
May ._ 1.11', 1.10V* 1.10s* 1.19’,
Exchange. 4.99',
NEW YORK COTTON
Br the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. Deo. 22— Recent
gains in cotton attracted profit-talcing
and Southern and foreign selling to
day, causing declines.
March eased to 8.31. but recovered
partially and in midaftemoon sold at
8.35. Prices generally were 6 to 9
points net lower.
New Orleans Colton
NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 22 i/Pi.—Lack of
buying support and realising depressed
cotton prices 25 to 50 cent* a bale here
today.
Ill afternoon trading Jan. sold at 8 .30
March at 8.47. May at 8,5.3, July at 8 57
and October at 8.65. or 5 to 10 points
under the previous close
Profit taking by recent buyers made up
most of the offerings, while demand was
limited to pre-holiday covering and trade
calling.
Exports totaled .32.156 bales
A moderate demand absorbed offerings
In the second hour and toward midsession
part of the early loss was recovered. Ac
tive positions were selling 4 to 8 points
net lower, with March at 8.47, May at
8 54. July at 8.57 and October at 8.65.
On one sale January drooped to 8.30. or
10 points below yesterday's close
Sales yesterday were 46..300 balef.
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
CHICAGO. Dec. 22 </P> tUnited States
Department of Agriculture*.—Potatoes. S8;
on track. 248: total United States ship
ments, 822: about steady; supplies mod
erate: demand slow. Sacked, per hun
dredweight: Idaho Russet Burbanks. U S.
No. 1. 1.35-42Ji; Colorado Red McClures.
U S No. 1.1.37*,s-55: North Dakota and
Minnesota Cobblers. 85-PO per cent U. 8.
Jfo. 1. 1.02,^-07,'4; Wisconsin Round
Whites. U. S. No. 1. 1.05: Michigan Rus
set Rurals. U S. No. 1. 1.07'i; less than
carlots, bushel crates. Florida Blisa Tri
umphs. U. S. No. 1, 1.92'/a a crate.
BOILER ORDERS DROP.
B> the Associated Press.
New orders for steel boilers dropped
to 615 in November, compared with
860 in October and 837 in November,
1836, the Census Bureau reports.
New England
Fund
Prospectus on Request
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