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Bankers Name Baird
Convention Chairman
For 1942 Conclave
Holland Announces
Choice at Annual
Winter Meeting
By EDWARD C. STONE.
Appointment of Bruce Baird,
president of the National Savings &
Trust Co., as general chairman for
the 1942 annual convention of the
Bruce Baird.
District Bank
ers’ Association,
was announced
last night by
President T.
Stanley Holland
at the mid
winter meeting
of the associa
tion at the Col
umbia Country
Club.
11115 appoint
ment places Mr.
Baird in line for
the presidency
of the associa
tion. The seise
tion was greeted with applause by
200 bank officers and directors. Mr. ;
Baird expressing his appreciation
of the honor.
The financiers paid special atten
tion to the 40th anniversary of
Washington Chapter. American In
stitute of Banking, the chapter be
ing organized December 19, 1901.
President Holland eulogized the
chapter's brilliant progress, calling
it one .of the finest in the United
States. John M. Christie, chapter
president, also spoke and many
charter members were present.
Tribute Paid Hunton Leith.
%
A resolution in tribute to Hunton
Leith, vice president and cashier
of the Security Savings & Com- |
mercial Bank, who died last No
vember, was presented by F. G.
Addison, jr.. president of the bank
and chairman of a special com
mittee of the association. Mr. !
Leith was a leader in the American
Institute of Banking.
William Y. Elliott of Harvard, now
in Government war service, ad
dressed the bankers on the war. As
noted elsewhere in The Star, he
made a brilliant address. He would
do away entirely with the word
defense and substitute offense; j
would keep prices under control and
prevent inflation and does not be
lieve people should expect too much
home protection, in cases where men
and materials can be of vastly
greater service elsewhere. A bril
liant speaker, it is the second time
he has appeared before the District
bankers.
Capt. W. E. H. Wood of the
British Army and former member
of Parliament also spoke. He served
in World War I; has experienced
air raids in this war. and spoke on
air-raid precautions taken by Brit
ishers. A. Scott Oflutt, second vice
president of the association, was
chairman of arrangements.
Trust Company Adds Directors.
Two new directors were added to
the board of the American Security
Trust Co. at today’s annual meet
ing of the stockholders. Dan Hol
land, manager of the Washington
Coco-Cola Bottling Works, Inc., and
L. Perry West, president, West
Bro. Brick Co., this city.
Mr. Holland came to Washington
about 2'2 years ago and has been
connected with the Coca-Cola Co.
for over 20 years. He was vice presi
dent in charge of the Chicago office.
Mr. West has been connected with
the brick company for over 40 years
and was elected president in 1926.
The following directors were re
flected: Floyd D. Akers. C. A. Aspin- j
wall, William L. Beale, Harry K.
Boss. Charles A. Carry. Frederick
W. Coleman. William W. Everett,
William J. Flather, jr.. M. G. Gibbs, !
James M. Green. Gilbert F Gros
venor, William Montgomery', Howard
Moran, Newbold Noyes, John A
Remon. John Saul. Corcoran Thom,
S. Percy Thompson, Benjamin W.
Thoron and Lawrence E. Williams.
Pope Heads Munsey Trust.
C. H. Pope was re-elected presi
dent of the Munsey Trust Co. today
at the annual organization meeting,
following the stockholders’ election
of directors.
Other officers also were retained,
including William T. Dewart, chair
man of the board; C. D. Ratcliffe,
vice president and treasurer; R. H.
Yeatman, general counsel and trust
officer; P. J. McMahon, vice presi
dent and assistant treasurer; A J.
Byrne, secretary and assistant
treasurer; F. W. Stoever, real estate
officer; R. D. Watkins, assistant
treasurer.
Munsey directors, all re-elected,
include William T. Dewart, William
T. Dewart. jr.: Walter G. Distler,
Gilbert T. Hodges, Arthur G. Lam
bert, P. J. McMahon, Louis B. Mont
fort. A. Harding Paul, C. H. Pope,
C. D. Ratcliffe. Alfred P. Thom, jr.;
Arthur L. Thompson, R. H. Yeat
man.
Northwestern Names Officers.
All officers of the Northwestern
Federal Savings & Loan Associa
tion were re-elected at the annual
meeting: Howard S. Gott, presi
dent: E. V. Crittenden, chairman of
the board: R. L. Houston Jones,
executive vice president and secre
tary; W. S. Dewhirst, vice president;
R. H. Gibson, treasurer and assistant
secretary; Hyla R. Smith, assistant
treasurer, and William K. Copen
haver. attorney.
Directors, re-elected, are Fred
erick Lewton, Jesse H. Powell,
George E. Scott, Stanley D. WiUis,
R. L. Houston Jones, W. W. Stock
berger, W. R. Tuckerman. Henry P.
Seidemann and Messrs. Gott. Dew^.
hirst, Crittenden and Cop'-’havS^
The secretary reported
was the best year on •
Transit Again Advances.
Capital Transit stock again sold
at the highest in years today when
40 shares changed hands at 19*1, up
>4 from yesterday’s close.
Peoples Drug Stores stock ap
peared on the board for the first
time this year when 12 shares sold
at 21*4.
Washington Gas Light 5s were
strong, $5,000 and $2,000 transfers
being reported at 125^2, first sale
this year.
Stock Seat Lower
NEW YORK, Jan. 20 (IP).-A New
York Stock Exchange membership
was sold yesterday for $21,000, a
price $1,000 under the last previous
transfer and $2,000 above the 1941
low of $19,000. High mark in 1941
was $35,000.
TRANSACTIONS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Stocks
(By Private Wire Direet to The Star.)
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00 High Low Close Chge.
Adams Exp .60*. 10 64 64 64 + 4
Addressog’ph 1 2 114 114 114+ V«
Air Reduct'n la. 21 354 354 354 - 4
Air-Way Elec ..1 A A A + A
Alaska Juneau.. 10 24 24 24
Alleghany Coro 5 4 A A
Al'g'y $30 pf ww 8 54 54 64 + 4
Alleghany pi iw 2 54 54 64 + 4
Allegprpt . 1 154 154 154+ Vi
Al'g'y Lud 2.25g. 2 214 214 214+ 4
Allied Chemfia 3 1384 137 137 -14
Ail'd Mills l"5g 1 14 14 14
Allied Stores . 4 54 54 54 + Vi
Allls-Ch 1 50g _ 9 30 294 294 F 4
Amerada 2 .. 2 54Vi 54 644 + V*
Am Ag Ch 1.20a 1 224 224 224 - 4
Am Alrlln 1.6(lg 1 44 44 44 + Vs
Am Bank N .1 oe 3 74 74 74 - Vi
♦Am Bk N pf 3 . 50 464 464 464
Am Bra S 2.20g. 3 33 324 33 + 4
Am Cable &R . 2 14 14 14
Am Can 4 ... 8 65 64 644 + 1
Am Car* P lg._ 6 32 314 314+ 4
Am C & P pf 7_ 1 724 724 724+ V4
Am Chain AOe._ 6 194 194 194
Am Cornel Alco.. 2 94 94 94- 4
AmCrystS.oOe 2 20 4 20 4 204 + 4
A&FP tipi l .ROg 1 224 22V* 224 -14
A&FP 7pf 1.75g 1 264 264 264 + <4
Am & F P 2d pi. 1 24 2' * 24
Am-Hawa’n Rg.. 3 29 284 29 + 4 j
Am Hide & Lea.. 9 34 34 3Vi + V, I
Am Home 2.40a. 1 43 43 43
Amice - 3 14 14 14
Amer Ice pf ... 1 264 264 264 + V,
Am Internat'l... 1 34 34 34
Am Locomotive.. 4 94 94 94+ 4
AmLocopfTg.. 1 894 89 4 894 + 4
Am Ma & Met . 1 <4 44 44 + 4
Am Metal 1.50a 1 214 214 214 — 4
Am Pw k Lt 3 4 H 4+4
A P&L $5pf ,941c 5 204 20 4 204 - 4
A P&LJO 1.125k 2 244 244 244 + 4
Am Radiator .60 59 44 44 44
Am Roll M 1.40 9 114* 114 114
tAm RM p 4.50 280 564 56 564 + 4
Am Seating lg 1 7s, 74 7-4
AmSm&R.oOe 12 424 42 42 + 4
Am Snuffle 1 334 334 4334 - 4
Am Steel F2g . 10 20 194 194 — 4 ;
Am Stores 1 1 104 104 104 + 4
Am Sug Ref 2e_. 4 204 204 204 + 4
Am Sum Tob 1.. 3 194 194 194
Am Tel & Tel 9 11 1274 1264 127 +4
Am Tobac 4.50g. 10 474 474 474 — 4
Am Tob B 4.50g. 14 484 484 484— 4
Am Type Found .11 5 5 5
Am Viscose 50e_ 9 254 254 25 4+ 4
Am Wat Works 6 3 3 3
Am Woolen 2 54 54 54
Am Wool pf 12g 2 74 4 74 4 744 ’
Am Zinc 8 54 5 5 — V4
Anaconda 2.5og 43 284 284 284 + >1
tAnaco W 2.50g 110 274 274 274 - 4
A P W Paper- 3 14 14 14- 4
Armour 111 . . 7 .74 34 34+ 4
Arm HI pr 1 50k 2 65 65 65 + ',
Armst'g C 2 25g 8 26 254 254 - 4
Asso Dry Goods. 1 64 64 64
tAssoc Inv pf 5 ,50 89 89 89 4 1
AtchT&SFle 88 324 32 324 - 4
Atch T&SF pf 6. 17 664 644 66 -1
Atl Coast Lie . 40 26 254 254 + 4
AtlG&WI3g. 2 30 30 30 -1
AtlG&WI pf 6g. 2 424 42'a 424-14
Atl Refining la. 21 214 21 21 - 4
Atlas Corp 50g_ 5 6 4 64 64
tAtlas Pow pf 5- 20 116 116 116
Aviat'n Cp 15g. 6 34 3*« 3*4
Baldwin Lo «tfs 12 13% 13', 13%
Balto & Ohio _ 17 4 3% 4 +4
Balto & Ohio pf. 8 64 6% 6% + 4
Bangor & Ar't'k 1 64 64 fit*
♦ Bancor & A pf 50 31% 31 31 + Vi
Barber Asp 3 9% 9% 9H
tBark B pf 2.75 100 30 30 30 + %
Barnsdall .60 16 10% 104 10%+ 4
Bath Iron 1.25c. 6 17', 16% 17%-%
Bayuk Cig 150. 1 19% 19% 194+ %
Beatrice C 1 a . 1 224 224 224
Bendix Axiat le 14 37% 374 37'*— >,
Beneflc L 1,70g 3 13% 13 13 - \
Best* Co 1.60a. 2 24% 244 244
Beth Steel 8r 8 fit 634 63',— 4
Eigelow-San 4 _ 1 224 224 224 +1
Black A D 1.80c 1 IS', 18', 18% - V,
Blaw-Knox .60 1 74 7 4 74 + 4
Boeing Airplane. 15 184 184 184 — 4
Bohn Alum 2g _ 1 29', 294 294
♦ Bon Amt A 4a.. 20 944 944 944 +2
♦Bon ABC 50a . 10 40 40 40
Borden Co 1.40* 8 20% 20% 20% - i,
Borg-Warn 2g . 17 22'* 224 224 + .%
Bridgeport Br 1. 2 9 9 9
■riggsMf 2.25e- 4 164 16% 16% - 4
Briggs & Str 3 _ 2 28 28 28 +4
Bristol-M 2 40a. 2 40% 40 40 - V,
Bk!yn-Man Tr ._ 7 14 14 14
BklmAiQueens.. 4 4 i! 4 + sS
BklynUnGas . 4 94 94 94
Brns-Blke 2.50* 1 14 14 14 4- Vi
Budd Mf* 4 3H 3 314
♦Budd Mfc pf 60 63',. 63 63
Budd Whl 1.05c 13 6'* 6% 6% - 4
Buri n M 1 SOg. 2 IS', 18% 18',+
Burr’s A M 70g fi 7', 74 74
tBushTBldgpf. 20 204 204 204 + %
Butler Bros .60. 2 54 54 54 + 4
Butte Copper_ 4 34 34 34— %
ByrrsAMCo... 2 8 7'* 7',
Byron Jtck lg . 3 11', 114 11%-8 %
Calif Pack 1.50. 2 194 194 194-4
Callahan Zinc _ 6 14 1 14+ 4
CWlumetAHcc 1. 3 6', 6% 6% — 8,
Campb W 1 fiOg. 3 13 12', 12',— ty
Canada D 60a._ 4 12% 124 124-8 4
Canadian Pac _ 15 4'* 4% 44 — 4
Capital Adm A.. 2 2 2 2
♦Caro Cl&O 5 . 110 864 864 864+ %
Caterpillar T 2.. 10 414 41 41%
Celanese 2 1 20', 204 204— %
tCelanese prpf 5 30 92% 92% 92%
tCelanese 2dpf 7210 91 90 91
Ce’otex Corp 1 5 7% 7% 7%
CentABUirrel .50 10 21% 20% 21%+1
Central Fdry _ 1 1% 1% 1%
Cent RR NJ (r> _ 2 2% - 2% 2% 4 %
Cent Vloleta If 1 16 16 16 - %
CerrodePasle 1 29% 29% 29%—%
tCert'n-t'd P Df 70 28 27% 27% - %
Ches & Ohio 3a. 10 36% 36 36% 4 %
Chi & Eastn Dl.. 3 1% L% 1%%%
Chi* E 111 A . 6 4% 4% 4% 4 %
ChlGrt Western 10 2% 2", 2% 4 %
CnIGrtWpf _ 63 11% 10'-. 10% 4 %
Chi P T cv pf 3.. 1 39% 39% 39%+ HI
Chi RI*P r _ 1 % % H - A
ChiRI&PfWPf r. 5 U Vi %
Chickas C O 1 . 1 12 12 12 + %
tChileCop 2.50g 100 24% 24% 24%
Chrysler 6c . 19 48 47% 47%
City I & F 1 20 7 10 10 10 4 %
+CityI*F pf6.50 20 95% 95% 95%
City Stores .. 4 2% 2% 2%
Cley Graph 7k . 2 26% 26% 26%
Climax M 1 20a. 3 40% 40% 40%+%
Cluett Pby 3g „ 1 34% 34% 34%-%
Coca-Cola 5b_ 7 75 74% 7t%— 1
Coca-Cola A 3 _ 1 63 62 62
Colrate-P-P 50a 4 13% 13% 13% - % !
ColB P P pf 4.25 1 104% 104% 104% - 1%
Collins & Aik 3g 2 13% 13% 13%-p %
tColo&So 1 st of 120 1% 1% 1%
! tColo*So 2d pf 150 1% 1% 1% - % 1
i Col B C (A) 2g_. 7 12% 12% 12%—%
1 Col BC (B> 2g.. 1 12% 12% 12%
Colu G&E 10b . 14 1% 1%. 1%
Columb C 4 70g 1 70%. 70% 70'-i + %'
Cornel Credit 3 % 11 18% 17% 18% + *4
Cornel C pf 4.25. 1 94% 91% 94% 4 % |
Cornel InvTr 3 17 2.3% 22% 23% + *»!
Come! Solv 55g 4 0% 9% 9%
Comwl Ed 1.80 17 22% 21% 22%
Comwltn * So 19 fW 92 fe 4- rh
Comw & So pf 3. 2 42'-j 42 42 — ' *
Congoleum la . 2 15% 15% 15% — %
Consol Air «B .. 14 19% 19 19 - %
ConsCgr 1.50g. 4 10% 1(1% 10%+ %
tCons Cgr pf 7 40 S6 86 86 42
♦ConC pr Pf6.50 30 95% 95 95%
Cons Cop 75g . 42 6% 6% 6% - %
Consol Ed 1 80g. 21 13% 13% 13%
Consol Ed pf 5 . 2 92% 92% 92% — %
Consol Oil .50 13 6 5% .5%-%
Con RR Cuba pf 2 7% 7% 7%
Cons’d’t’n Coal 4 5% 5% 5% 4 %
. "-'ns’d’t'n Co pf. 1 25 25 25 42
| . antainerl 6l)f. 3 13% 13 13% 4 Vi
Conti Bakins .. 8 3% 3 3
Conti Balt of 8- 1 102'- 102'i 102V4 + V,
Conti Can 2 .- 9 27*i 27 27 -*■ v4
Conti Dtam’d 1- 2 8V4 8 814 + '*
Conti Ins 1 60a. 3 41 41 41
Conti Mot .10* .. 8 3*4 3*4 3*4 — *4
Conti Oil 1 - 8 23'4 23 23'-*+
Copperweld SO 1 12 12 12 — H
j tCorn Ex 2,40 170 .3214 31** 32'i+l
CornPtod3 .. 6 55 54*4 54*4— *4
tCorn Pro of 7_. 70 171 170 171 +1
Coty Internatl_ 1 '4 '4 '4
Crane Co 1* . 3 13'4 13'* 13 * - V*
Cream of W1 60 2 14*« 14*» 14**+**
Crown Zell ,25e. 6 Ills Il*« 11**+ V*
tCrown Z pf 5 20 88 88 88
Crucible Stl 1* 4 33** 33V* 3.3V4 - *4
Crucible Stl pf 5 3 77** 77 77 - *«
Cuban-Am Sug 27 8Vi 8 8Vi 4- Vs
CuneoPress 1.50 3 15 15 15
Curtis Publish .3 *4 ft *s + ft
tCurtPpf .75g. 30 17 17 17
Cnrtiss-Wr li . 17 8H 8V« 8*4 - V4
Curtals-Wr A 2c. 3 25*« 25*. 25** + *4
Davison C 60g- 2 HVi 11** II14 - 14
Decea Rec .60a. 1 77» 734 734 — V4
Dee'e & Co 2c 9 23*a 23Vj 23Vy + W
Delsel-w-01.50 1 liv* nv* liv* - y*
Del Ac Hudson _. 20 97* 9*4 9vj 4. 1*
Del Lack At wn_ 22 4*4 4V4 4S + *4
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00 Rich Law CloM Chfe
Det Edison 35e_ 13 18% 18 18 - %
tDevoe&Reyn 1 450 18 17% 18
Diam’d M 1.60*. 2 27 27 27 - Vi
DiamTMot la 1 9 9 9
Distill C-S h2.22 2 17 17 17
Distill C-Se pf 6. 1 74 74 74 +2%
Dome Mines h2. 10 12% 12% 12%
Douglas Air 6*-. 1 65% 65% 65% + Vt
Dow Chem 3 .. 1116 116 116 +%
DressrMf 1.50*. 2 15 15 15 - %
Du Pont 7a .. 9 128% 126% 126% - %
Du Pont pf 4.50. 5 125% 125 125 -%
Eastm’n Kod 6a 4 133 132% 132%
Eaton Mf* 3_ 2 31% 31% 31% - %
El Auto-Lite 3._ 1 23 23 23 + %
Elec Boat .00*.. 10 12% 12% 12% - %
Elec Pwr & Lt 7 1% Hi 1%
El PiL 6 pf 30k 1 30 30 30
El P&L Tpf ,35k 1 32 32 82 - %
El Stor B 2.60* 4 31% 31% 31%+ %
El Paso N 02.40 1 23 23 23 — %
Endicott John 3 1 48 48 48
tEndlcott Jpf 6. 10 109 109 109 -%
EnaPubServ_ 2 2% 2% 2%
Erie RR _ 30 7% 6% 6% - %
Erie RR ctfs_81 6 5% 5%
Erie RR pf A __ 27 40% 39% 40%+ %
Eureka Vac C— 2 l7* l\ - Vi
Evans Products. 1 5 5 5
Ex-Cell-O 2.60c. 1 25 25 25
Fairbks'M 2.50b 2 37 364 364 - 4
Fajardo Sub 2 _ 9 274 274 274 + 4
Fed Min & S 4*. 2 234 234 234 + 4
Fed Mot T 10* 1 34 34 34- 4
Federat D S .45* 3 174 17 174
Fidelity P 1 60a 1 394 394 394 - 4
Firestone ,25e - 5 144 144 144 - 4
Firestone T pf 6 1 90 4 904 904 — 4
tFollansbee pf._ 50 33 33 33
Foster Wheeler- 3 124 124 124—4
Freeport Sul 2 _ 3 38 374 38 + 4
Fruehauf T1.40. 2 174 174 174
Gair (Rbt) .25* 15 2 14 14-4
tGamew'll 2.25*140 21 20 20',+ V,
Oar Woodln 40 1 34 34 34
Gen Am Inv.25* 4 54 54 54
Gen A Tr 3b .... 15 454 444 45 + 4
] Gen Bak 45* — 14 4 4
I tGen Bak pf 8— 10 119 119 119 +2
Gen Bronze_ 1 34 34 34
Gen Cable _ 4 24 24 24
; Gen Clear la— 1 18 18 18
Gen Elec 35e.,. 59 284 274 274 - S
Gen Foods <2> - 15 384 38 38 -1
O Foods pf 4.50. 2 116 116 116 +14
Gen Gas* El A. 15 14 14 14
Gen Mllli 4 _ 5 83 82 82 -4
Gen Mot 3.75*„ 30 324 324 324
Gen Ry Si* 1* _ 8 124 12 12 + 4
Gen Realty&Dt- 1 & & & + A, 1
Gen Refr 1.40a 3 IS 17% 17% - %
tGen SCpf 1.50*340 79% 76% 78%-1
Gen Theatre 1 . 1 12% 12V, 12%+%
Gillette SR .45*. 4 3% 3% 3%
Gillette SR pf 5- 1 48', 48% 48%
1 Gimbel Bros .. 1 5% 5% 5% + %
Gimbel Brpf 6.. 1 63 63 63
Glidden 1.67*.. 6 14% 14% 14%+%
Goebel Br ,20a5 2% 2% 2%
GoodrichBP 2a 3 14% 11% 14%-%
GoodrichBP pf 5 4 60% 59% 59%+ %
Goodyr 1.375*. 4 12% 12% 12%-%
Goodyear pf 5 ._ 1 67% 67% 67% + %
j Gotham silk H_. 3 T% 1% 1% - %
tGotham pf 7.. 110 64 63 63',+1%
; Graham-Palae_18 *4 H •%
Granby C 60*-. 2 5% 5% 5% + %
j Grt Nor pf 2g 14 24% 24% 24%+ %
GtNorOre et 2*. 6 16% 16% 16%
Grt Wn Sub 2 — 7 27% 26% 27%+ %
tGrt W S pf 7_30 143 143 143
Green HL2»... 3 30% 30% 30% — %
Greyhound la.. 2 12 12 12 + Vs 1
Gr»m'n A 1.50*. 1 13% 13% 13%
Guantan’o sue.. 2 3 3 3
! tGuantn’o S pf.. 30 56'^ 56«j —m
j Gulf M <& Ohio . 55 3S 3»4 3**-+- Sj
G MAO Df 2.50* 22 24% 23% 24% t- %
tHamilt W pf 6 500 106 106 106
Harb-Wlkr 1 50 1 15% 15% 15% - % j
HatCorpA 50* 1 4 4 4
Hayes Mfz C ... 6 1% 1% 1%- %
Hecker Pr .00— 1 6% 6% 6%
Hercules P3e .. 2 70** 70 70 4- Va
' Holland Fur 2a. 2 17»* 17 17
Holly Sun .26* . 3 16% 16% 16%+ V4
' Komestake 4 50. 9 37% 36% 37 — %
Houd-H(A) 2.50 1 30% 30% 30% +1 %
Houston OH 4 3% 3% 3%
Hudson Bay h2z 1 20% 20% 20% + % :
Hudson A M pf.. 1 3 3 3 + % j
Hudson Motor.. 4 3'-, 3% 3%
Hupp Motor r._. 42 % U %-*- j,
Illinois Central.. 14 7% 7% 7% + %
Illinois Cent pf . 4 18% 17% 17% - %
till O lsd lins 4 110 37% 37 37
Indap PAL 1.BO. 6 16% 16 16%+ %
Indian Reflnir.a- 2 7 7 7
IndusRay 2.50*. 3 25% 25% 25% J- i, j
Ingrersoll-R 7s__ 1 98*i 98}v 981*» + h*
Inland Stl 4a _ 1 73rg 73~t 73T» — V*
Inspiration C1. 6 12 11'* lla4
tlnterchpf 6 .. 40 110% 110 110 41V
. Interlake .7;>*._ 11 7% 7% 7% — %
Inti Bus Hi 6a_. 2 135% 134% 135% -1% !
' Inti Harv 2a 24 50% 50 50 - %!
I Inti Hydr E A .. 3 ft \ % - %
Inti Mercan M . 15 11 10% 10% — a.
Inti Min&Chem. 12 24 24 24
Inti Min&Ch pf . 4 534 53 53 Li
Inti Minin* .25* 1 24 24 24-4'
Inti Nick Can 2. 16 274 274 274
Inti Pa & Pw 10 144 144 14'.*— 4
1 Inti P & P pf 5_. 8 584 584 584-4
i Inti Shoe .45c _ 7 314 31 314 + 4
i Inti Tel AT . 10 24 2 2 -4
; +IslandCCpf 6. 19 132 132 132 +3
1 Jar vis WBl. 12 5* 16 6 6
Jewel Tea 2.40_. 3 264 264 264-1
Johns-Manv 3 __ 1 584 584 584— 4
tjohns-M pf 7 _ 50 123 122*4 123 -1
Jones&Laul 35k 10 234 234 234 -4
Jones&L pf B 5 . 1 784 784 784
Joy Mfg Co 1.20 111 11 11+4
Kalamaz Sto .60 2 54 54 54 - 4
Kans City So _ 11 44 44 * 44
Kans C So pf 2k. 1 19 19 19 +1
tKaufm DS pf 5 10 1004 1004 1004
Kayser J 75k.2 7*4 7*4 74 + 4
Keisey-H B _ 2 5 44 44 - V*
tKendall C pf6a. 20 1054 105 105
Kennecott 3.25k 30 364 354 36 + 4
Keystone S1.05g 1 13 13 13
Kinney GR __ 1 24 24 24
fKn'y pf 5.1 Pg 20 364 364 364
KresgeSS 1.20a 6 224 224 224
KressSH 1.60.. 12 25 244 244 + 4
Kroger Groc 2 . 2 29 29 29
Lambert C 1.50- 1 124 124 124 +.4
Lane Bryant 1 1 94 94 94
Lee R & T .7oe 1 17*, 1 < *« 174
Leh Port C..375e 1 224 224 224
tLeh PortC pf*. 60 113 113 113
Leh Valley Coal. 38 1% Hi 1%
Leh Val Coal pi. 41 12 11% 11%+ %
Leh Valley RR._ 12 3% 3% 3% + %
Lehman Co la . 3 20% 20% 20%
Libb-O-P 3.50*. fi 21% 21% 21%
Lib MCN&L.35*. 9 5% 5 5Vi + %
Lie & Myers 4a_ 3 71 71 71
Lige & My B 4a. 6 71% 71% 71% + %
Lima Loco la -. 3 28 27% 27% + %
Lion Oil Refl 1— 1 10% 10% 10',— %
Liq Carbonic la. 1 14% 14% 14%-%
Lockheed A tg .. 6 22% 22% 22%
Loew's. Ine 2a .. 3 38% 38% 38%+ Vi
Lone StarC 3a- 3 41% 41% 41%
Long-Bell (A) 5 3% 3% 3%
Loose-Wiles la.. 4 17% 17% 17% - %
Lou GAB Al.50. 1 17 17 17
Louis & Nash 2e. 3 73% 72% 72% — %
Mack Trucks 3t 4 32% 32% 32% + %
Macy RH 2 - 6 21% 21 21%+ %
Magma C 2.50*. 2 26% 26% 26%+ %
Manati Sugar .. 3 3% 3% 3% - %
Manh Shirt la_ 2 16% 16 16%+1%
Maracaibo Oil— 5 1% 1 1%+ %
Marine M .10e . 5 3% 3% 3% + %
tMark S R pr pf 140 6% 6 6% + %
Marshall Fid 80. 3 11% 11% 11%-%
Mart'n Glenn 3g 8 24% 24 24 — V*
Martin-Parry 1 5% S% 5%
Mathieson 1.50a 1 23 23 29 + %
MaytatCo ._ 2 1% 1% 1%
McCall Co 1.40 2 9% 9% 9% + %
McCrory Sts la 7 13 12% 12% - %
Me Kess&R hog fi 11% 11% 11%—%
tMcLelian S pf6 40 105% 103% 105% -1%
Mead Crp 75e 1 6% 6% 6%
tMeng 5 Df 2.50 10 25 25 25
Merch&M Tr lg. 1 28% 28% 28% - V4
Miami Cop 25g. 2 6% 6% 6% + %
Mid-Cont 1.15*. 9 14% 14% 14%+%
Midland Stl 3g.. 1 20% 20% 20%-%
Minn-Hon R 2a- 1 36% 36% 36%
Minn-Mo Imp - 1 2% 2% 2% — Vi
Min-Mo pfR.SOk. 1 65% 65Vi 65% + V.
Mo-Kans-T pf - 10 2% 2% 2%
Monsanto Ch 2 . 2 83-% 83% 83%
Mont Ward ,50e 20 28% 28 28%
Morrell A Co 2 . 1 38 38 38
»Mor A I 3.875 240 27% 26% 27% + %
Motor Prod lg - 3 7 7 7
Mullr Brs 2.25* 23 25% 24% 24% + %
Mullins tJlte B 13 3% 3 3% + %
\ tMullins pfS.25* 170 57% 55% 57 + %
Murphy G C 4 - 4 65 65 65 — %
j Mur’y Crp 60*. 11 5% 5% 5%
I Nabco Liquidat- 3 2% 2% 2% + %
! Nash-Kel .375*' 66 4% 4% 4% + %
i tNashC&StL 2*. 10 21 21 21
Nat Acme 2g ... 1 17% 17% 17% + %
Nat Auto F 60- 6 3Vi 3% 3%
Nat AVI* .55* - 2 74* 7% 7% + %
Nat Biscuit 1.80. 9 16 15% 15% - %
Nat Can .25g- 3 4% 4% 4%
Nat CaahReg la 8 12% 12% 12%-%
Nat Dairy .80... 16 14 33% 14 + %
Nat Dept Str_— 1 5% 5% 5% + %
Nat Distillers S_ 3 21% 21% 21% t- V*
Nat Gyps .40*.. 4 4% 4% 4%
Bales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate 00 Hlah Low CCote Chae.
tNat Gyp pf4.60 30 68% 68 68 -1
Nat Lead ,60a . 7 15% 15% 15%-%
Nat Oil P 1.95c. 1 35 35 35 + %
Nat Pwr&Lliht. 21 3 2% 3 + h
Nat Steel 3a_ 4 62 61% 61%
Nat Supply- 4 5% 5% 6%
tN 8up6pf 9.75* 10 66% 66% 66%-1%
Nehl Corp .60a 1 6% 6% 6% — %
tNelsner pf 4.75 70 72 71 71 -2
Newtn't Min 2* 5 29% 29% 29% + %
Newp't Ind .75*. 5 9% 9% 9%
NY Central_ 75 9% 9% 9H + %
NY Chl&St L_ 8 16% 16 16%-r %
NY Chl&S^L pf. 17 45% 44% 44%
NY C Omnlb 2_ 1 13% 13% 13% - Vi
NY Nil* Hr--. 10 44 44 44
NYNH&Hpfr. 19 1 1 1
NY Shlpbld* 3*. 5 28% 28% 28% + %
Noblltt-S 3.60c. 2 22 22 22 -1
tNorf & Wpf 4. 20 113% 113% 113% -1%
No Am Avia 2* .. 3 13 12% 12%-%
No Am Co 1.65*. 32 10 9% 9%
NA5%%pf2.875. 1 61% 51% 61% - %
Northern Pac . 55 6% 6% 6% -t* %
Nor Sta Pw pf 5. 1 108% 108% 108% — Vi
Northw Airline*. 2 10% 10% 10%
Norwalk Tire .11 1 1 - H
Norw Phar .90*. 1 9% 9% 9% - %
Ohio 011 .60*_ 13 8 7% 7%
Oliver Par la... 1 17% 17% 17%+ %
Omnibus Corp_ 12 5 4% 4%
Otis Kiev l*_ 4 12% 12% 12%
Otis Steel . 3 6 5% 5% - H
Ow-Ill 012.50*. 5 48% 48% 48%-%
Pac Atp Fish 1*. 1 8 8 8 — %
tPaciflc Coast . 90 5% 5 5
tPacCoastlst pf. 30 19 18% 18%
tPacCosst2d pf. 70 11 11 11 + V.
PacO*E2 — 2 19% 19% 19%
Pac Lichtln* 3— 2 30% 30% 30%
Pae Mills .50* . 5 15% 15% 15%+ %
Pacific Tin .70*. 4 2 2 2
Packard M .10*. 16 2% 2% 2% - %
Pan Am Air 1* . 12 17% 17 17%+- %!
Panhandle ... 5 1% 1% 1%
Paramt Pic .90* 31 14% 11V4 14% - %
Paramt 1st 8 .. 1 109 109 109 -%
Park U M .10c . 9 1% 1% 1%
Parke Davis 40§ 8 27 25% 27 + %
Parmeiee Tran . 1 % % % + %
Patino M 2.15*. 14 18 17% 17%+ %
Pennej (JC> 3a. 19 71 69 69 -2%
Pa Coal & Coke. 2 2% 2Vi 2% %
Penn-Dix pi 4* . 5 414 404 41-4-1
Penn RR 2g . 70 234 224 23+4
PeoplesOL&C ♦. 2 444 444 444 -14
Pepsi-Cola 2.50* 40 174 174 174 -4
Pere Marauette 1 7 7 7 +4
tPere Mara pf 310 204 20 29 +1
"Pere Mar pr of 320 504 494 49"*
Petrol Corp .45* 2 5"* 54 5". - 4
Pfeiffer Brew 1 2 54 54 54
Phlps Die 1.60* 18 314 30", 314+ 4
Phllco Co 1 ... 13 104 104 104
Phillips-Jonea_ 2 8 8 8 + 4 |
Phillips Pet 2a— 18 404 40 404 -4
Pillsbury PI 1... 2 17 lfi"i 17
Pitts Coal _ 6 4 34 4 + 4 '.
Pitts Coal pf._ 8 344 33 344+2
Pitts Poising 1.. 1 94 94 94 - 4 I
Pitts 8erew 60- 2 5 4", 5 + 4 I
Pitts ttWVi_ 1 94 94 94
Pitts ton Co _ 2 14 14 14
Poor & Co *_ 3 54 5 5 +- 4
Postal Tel pf_ 1 104 104 104+4
Pressed 8tl Car.. 5 74 74 74— 4
Press StC 2d 5*- 1 274 274 274 + 4
Procter * G 2a„ 6 51 51 51
Pub S NJ 1.05*.. 6 134 134 134-4
Pub Sv NJ pf 8 . 1 99 99 99
"Pub Sv NJ pf 8. 40 120", 1204 1204 — 4
Pullman la_ 7 244 24 4 244 + 4
Pure Oil .50*... A 9". 94 94 + 4 j
Pure Oil »f 5_ 2 914 904 914 +14
Radio Corp 20e 20 3 24 3
Radio cv pf3.50. l 624 524 524—4
Radio-Keith Or. 32 3 3 3
tRatl Sec 111 It 150 34 34 34+4
Raybe.->tos-M 2i. 1 164 16", 16", -r 4
Rayonier pf 2— 1 254 254 254 + 4
Reading Co 1 . 3 144 144 144 + 4
Reading 1st pf2. 1 264 264 26*a + 4
Reading 2d pf 2. 1 224 22", 224 + ",
"ReisA-Co 1st pf. 30 1*4 1*4 144- 4:
Reming R ,25e . 4 94 94 94
Republic 3tl 2*. 32 174 174 174 - H j
Revere Copper . 4 6', 64 64+ 4
tRevC of 1.75k 70 126", 125 126", +24
tR C51 *pf 1.31 k380 74 71 74 +4
Reynolds Metals 2 84 8 8 —4
Rey Spr ,25g . 1 4', 44 44 -4
"Reyn Tob 50e 60 50 50 50 — 4‘
Rey Tob B .50e„ 8 274 27 274+
Richfield 625c.. 3 8"* 84 8"*
Roan Ante .28* 14 54 5 54 + 4
Rustless IAS.80 4 9 4 9 4 94 + 4j
tRustI*Spf2.50 20 46'-j 464 464 + 4 I
Safeway Strs 3a. 1 414 414 414 - 4
tSafeway S pf 5. 70 109". 1094 109"* + 4
St Joseph Ld 2 10 3*4 344 344+ ",
"St L-So'w pf r. 30 6 4 6 4 64+14
Savage A 3.31*. 6 19 184 184 - 4
Schenlej D1* _ 6 154 154 154
Schen D pf 5.50. 1 894 894 894
"Scott P pf 4.50. 10 114", 1144 114", - 4 I
Seab'dAlrLr .. 1 A yj A
Seab’d A L pf r.. 1 4 4 4 - i
Seab'd Oil 1 ... 6 13 12", 124- 4
Seaerave Corp— 3 2T«* 2' j 2T«* -+■ **
Sears Roet> 3a._ 31 53** 53U 53>„ — **
Serve! Inc 1 .. 7 6 54 54
Sharp dtD .20* 6 64 64 64
SharpAD pf3 50 1 584 58". 58'-.+ ",
Shatt'k PS ,40a- 4 5'* 54 54+ 4
tSheaffer P 2a - 10 32". 324 324 - 4
Shell Dn Oil 1*. 10 134 13 134 +4
Sliver Kin* .40.. 1 4'. 44 44 - 4
Simmons 2g- 2 13 13 13+4
Skelly Oill 50*. 1 274 274 274+ 4
Smith * Cor 2* - 2 12". 12', 124- 4
Snider Pkg 1 1 164 164 164 — 4
Socony-Vac .50* 51 84 8 8
SO A UOld 2U* . 1 l» l a 14
So Por R S 25e 4 244 244 244
tSoPRSpfS 70 1424 142 1424 — 4
SEGreyhd 1.50 1 154 154 154- 4
So n Pacific ... 92 134 134 134
So n Railway.._ 43 184 174 18 + 4
So’n Railway pl 33 354 344 344 + 4
SonRyM&O . 1 434 434 434
Spka Withingt'n 7 14 14 14-4
Spear Sc Co _ 1 24 24 24
Sperry Corp 2a.. 7 294 29 29 -4
Spicer Mfale .. 3 354 35 35
Spleael Inc .00.. 2 3 4 3 4 34 - 4
Square DC 3a - 4 364 354 354+ 4
Std Brands 40a. 11 5 44 44 — 4
Std Gas & Elec. 2 4 4 4 - A
Std G&B 54 pf_ 6 14 14 14+ 4
Std Oil Cal la.. 10 21 204 21
Std Oil Ind la._ 10 264 254 254 - 4
Std Oil NJ la... 47 414 404 41 +4
Std O Oh 1.50a. 3 314 -31 31 +4
Sterling P 3.80.. 3 544 54 54 - Vi
Stokeiy Bros _ 8 44 44 44
Stone &W.60*. 5 5 5 5
Studebaker_ 3 44 44 44 +4
Sun Oil la- 2 544 54 54 — 4
Sunshine Min 1. 6 54 54 54 + 4
Superheater la. 7 144 144 144
Super Oil .05*.. 4 14 14 14-4
Superior Steel _ 1 124 124 124— 4
Swift&Co 1.20a- 15 244 244 244
Swilt Inti 2 ... 2 214 214 214
Sym-Gould 1*— 1 54 54 54 + 4
Tenn Corn 1_ 5 94 9 94
Texas Co 2 ... 16 374 374 374 — Vi
Tex Pac LT .10f 11 54 54 54-4
Tex A Pac Rwr- 10 10 94 94+4
Thatch pf 3 60- 1 414 414 414 + 94
tThe Pair pf.... 10 454 454 454+14
Third Avenue—. 5 34 34 34—4
Thompson JR— 6 64 64 64+ 4
TideWAOpM.SO. 1 914 914 914 -4
Timk-Det 4.25«. 1 32 32 32
Timk R B 3.50g_ 7 424 414 414 -4
Tracsamer .60 3 4M» 4M*
Tri-Continental. 2 ~k % %
tTri-Conti pi 6- 10 64'/s 644 644 + 4
Truax-T .625f .. 8 7 7 7
20th Cent-Pox . 2 8 8 8
’ 20th C P pf1.50. 1 22 22 22
: Twin City RT 5 24 24 24
I tTw City R T pf JO 27 27 27 +4
Twn Coach 75g. 3 64 64 64
Und-E-P 3.50g_. 2 334 334 334 + 4
UnBaeAPl - 7 94 9 94+4
Un Carbide 75e 21 69 684 684-4
I tun E M pf 4.50 150 1074 107 107 -4
; Union Oil Cal 1- 3 134 134 134-4
| Union PaciflcO- 13 734 714 73 +lVi
! Union Pac of 4 . 1 804 804 804
! Union Tank C 2. 12 274 264 274+14
Utd Aircraft 4g 20 334 324 324 - 4
Utd Arcraft pf 5 6 994 994 994 - 4
Utd Air Linea .. 2 11 104 104
Utd Biscuit 1— 1 11 11 11
United Corp — 22 4 4 4
United Corppf— 1 16 16 16—4
United Drug ... 26 64 64 64
Utd Elec Coal - 1 44 4»-j 44
Utd BngAFy 3g. 1 324 324 324 + 4
United Fruit 4 — 2 684 68 68 -l
Utd Oas Im 60. 19 5 4 54 54 - 4
Utd Gas r pf 5 — 1 1064 1064 1064
Utd MAM 76g 56 15 144 15 + 4
tUS Distribu pf. 20 204 204 204
US A For Secur 1 34 34 34
tUSA For 8 pf 6 50 834 834 834 - 4
US Freight 1— 10 104 104 104+ 4
U S Gypsm 2a— 3 444 444 444+ 4
US Hoffman ... 1 64 64 64+4
USIndAlcola- 1 314 314 314-4
US Leather.19 34 34 34+4
UB Leather A— 45 104 94 104+1
U S Lea pr 14k.. 2 100 99 100 +5
US PipeAPdy 2a 5 25 244 25 +4
US Play C 2a - 2 274 274 274
US Plywoodl.20. 1 24 24 24
US RealtyAlmp. 1 »4 r, 74
US Rubber 2a— 8 164 164 164+ 4
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate 00 Hich Low Close Chce.
OS Rub 1st pf 8. 2 71% 71% 71% - %
O 8 Smelt&R le 4 50% 50 50 + %
08 Stl Cor* 4*.. 25 54 53% 53%+ %
08 8teelpf 7- _. 4 119% 119% 119% - %
O 8 Tobae 1.60* 3 22 22 22
tOSTobpf 1.75. 10 46 46 46 - %
Onlted 8tores A. 1 % % %
tOniv Leaf T 4a. 20 49% 49% 49% - %
tVadscoSales pf 21 22% 22 22%-%
Vanadium 1.50c 1 19% 19% 19%
Van Norlf 1.30* 1 10% 10% 10%-'%
Vick Chem 2a .. 2 39% 39% 39% - %
Victor Ch 1.40*. 3 25% 25 25
Va-Car6 Chem - 11 2% 2 2
Va-CaroChpfl* 7 28% 28 28% + %
tVa El Pw pf 6 10 114% 114% 114% - %
tValronC&Cpf 100 17% 17% 17%+%
Vlrc’n Ry 2.50a. 2 31% 31% 31%
Va Rr pf 1.50 1 29% 29% 29%
Wabash pf w.i. r 82 28% 27% 28% + %
Waldorf Syst 1_. 1 7% 7% 7%
Walworth .25*.. 3 4% 4% 4%
Ward Bakinc A- 1 3% 3% 3% + %
Ward Bakinc B . 2 % % % + %
Ward Bakin* pf. 9 19 18 19 +1%
Warner Pic_ 7 5% 5% 6% - %
Warren Br r ... 3 ft ft \
WarP&P2a .. 1 32% 32% 32% -1%
Wash GL 1.50.. 2 18 17% 18 + %
Webster Eisenl ..2 2 2 2 — V«
tWest P» E Pf7 50 102 102 102
twest PP pf4 50 20 1124 112 1124 + 4
WVaPAcPpfB . 1 104 104 104
Westn Auto S2_ 7 144 144 144
Westn Maryl’d . 3 34 34 34 + 4
Westn Md 2d pf. 5 74 74 74 - 4
Westn Pae pf_ 8 ft 4 ft + ft
Western Un 2* . 3 254 254 254 — 4
Wthse AB 1.75*. 3 184 184 184 +4
Westlmhse 5* . 10 794 79 79 + 4
Westyaeo 1.40 _ l 314 314 314
♦Westvapf 4.50. 20 1064 106 106
Wheelln* Stl 2*. 2 25 25 25 +4
♦Wheel St! or 5. 80 68 67 67 + 4
White Sew M» . 4 34 34 34
Wlllys-Orerland 3 14 14 14 + 4
Willys-Orer pf.. 17 6 54 6 +4
Wilson Ac Co 64 64 6 6—4
Wlson pf 1,50k 4 714 714 714-4
Woolworth .4Oe. 16 274 274 274
Worthington P 8 21V* 204 204 - 4
tWrlght Aero 8* 10 104 104 104 +3
Yale Ac Tow 60a 1 194 194 194+1
Yellow Trk 1 a _ 4 13 124 124 - 4
♦Yellow Tpf 7 . 40 1194 119 1194 +14
Ygstwn SAT 3g 7 364 364 364 - 4
YgstSA-T Pf5.50 10 88 88 88 +4
Ygstn S D 1.75* 7 114 114 114+ 4
Zenith Radio 1* 1 94 94 94
Zonlte.lRg . 3 24 24 24 - 4
Approximate Sales Today
11:00 AM . 130.000 12 00 Noon. 240.500
1:00 PM 300.000 2 00 PM.. 360,000
Total . ... 490.000
♦Unit of trading, ten share.*;: salat
printed in full, r In bankruptcy or receiver
ship or being reorganized under Bankruptcy i
Act or securities assumed bv such com
panies. Rates of dividend in the foregoing
table are annual disbursements based on
the last ouarterlv or semi-annual declara
tion Un’e«s otherwise noted, soecial or
extra dividends are not included xd Ex
dividend xr Ex rights, a Also extra or
; extras, d Cash or stock e Declared or pa>d
so far this y*ar. f Payable in stock e Paid
last year h Payable in Canadian fnn4a. ,
k Accumulated dividends paid or declared
this year.
Bonds
By vrintc wire direct to The Star.
Approximate Transactions Today.
Domestic Bondx_ 11.610.000
Foreign Bonds_, 370.000
tJ 8 Gov't Bonds_ 40,000
TREASURY.
High Low Close
2%s 1967-72_ 100.13 100.13 100 13
2L.S-1958-63_ 109.9 109 9 109.9
3s 1946 48 _109. 109. 108.
3'is 1943-45_ 101.16 104 16 104 16
4%I 1947-52_115.19 115.19 115.19
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
3s 1930_ 105'i 104 "i 105
FOREIGN BONDS.
High. Low Close.
Antioqula 7s 45 D- 10% 10% 10%
Argentine 4s 72 Feb 69% 69% 69%
Argentine 4s 71 April_ 70 70 70
Argentine 4%s 48_ 91 90% 90%
Argentine 4%s 71_ 77 77 77
Austral!* 4%s 58_ 55 54% 55
Australia 5s 55_ 61% 61% 61%
Belgium 6s 55_ 90s* 90% 90%
Belgium 8%s 49_ 91% 90 91%
Belgium 7s 55 _ 91% 88 91%
Brazil 6%s 1926-57_ 19% 19% 19%
Brazil 6%s 1927-57_ 19% 19% 19*.
Brazil CBrDTi 52_ 20% 26% 20%
Brazil 8a 41 _ 25% 25% 25%
Buenos Aires 4%s 77_ 59% 59 59
Buen Air 4%s Aug 76_ 60% 60% 60%
Buen Air 4%s Apr 76_ 60s, 60% 60%
Canada 2%s 44_ 99% 99% 99%.
Canada 2%s 45_ 99% 99% 99%
Canada 3s 67 _ 95 95 95
Canada 3%s 61_ 98% 98% 98%
Canada 4s 60_105% 105% 105%
| Canada 5 s 52_101'* 101% 10P*
Chile 6s CO _ 14% 14'* 14%
Chile Us 60 assd_ 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 61 Jan asad_ 14% 14% 14%
Chile fis 61 Feb assd_ 15 14% 14%
Chile 7s 42 assd _ 14% .14% 14%
Chile Mtg Bk 6s 61 a$d_. 14% 14% 14%
Chile Mts Bk Cs 61 asd — 14% 14% 14%
Chile M Bk 612s 57 asd- 14% 14% 14%
Chile M Bk 6%s 61 aad . 14% 14% 14%
Chilean Mun L 7s 60 asd 14 14 14
Colombia 3s 70 _ 31% 31% 31%
| Colombia 6s 61 Ott_ 40% 40 40
Copenhagen 4%s 53_ 23 22% 22%
Copenhagen 5s 52_ 24 24 24
Cordoba Prov 7s 42_ 98% 98 98
Costa Rica 7s 51_ 14% 14s. 14s,
Cuba 4 %s 77. _ 79 78s, 79
Denmark 4'is 62__ 30% 30% 30%
Denmark 5%s 55 _ 33 33 33
Dominic 1st 5 %s 40_ 67*, 67 % 67%
El Salvador 8s 48 ct_ 10 9% 10
Finland 6s 45 85 85 85
Jugos Mtg Bk 7s 57_ 6 6 6
Medellin 6%s 54_ 9% 9% 9%
Met Water 6%s 50 _ 58 58 58
Minas Genes 6%s 58_ 10% 10% 10%
New So Wales 5s 67_ 67 67 67
New So Wales 5s 58_ 67 67 67
Norway 4%s 65- 52% 52% 52%
Norway 6s 43_ 87% 87% 87%
Norway 6« 44_ 87% 86% 86%
Panama llVas 94 A std_ 61% fil% 61%
Paullsta Rwy 7s 42_ 98 98 98
Peru 1st 6s 60_ 7% 7% 7%
Peru 2d 6s 61_ 7% 7% 7%
Rlode Jan 6%s 53_ 10 10 10
Rio Grand do Sul 6s 68-. 9% 9% 9%
! Rio Gr do Sul 7s 66 .. 11% 11% 11%
Rio Grand do Sul 7i 67.. 11% 11% 11%
Sao Paulo State 7s 40_ 60 59s, 59%
i Uruguay 3%s 84 _ 45 45 45
Urug 3%-4-4%s adl 79- 58 57% 58
Warsaw 4%s 58 assd_ 6 6 6
DOMESTIC BONDS.
Abltibl PAP 5s 53 std- 55 55 55
Alb Per W P 6s 48 _ 56 56 56
i Alleg Corp 5s 44 mod — 91% 91 91
Alleg Corp 5s 49 mod- 75% 74% 75%
Alleg Com in 5s 60 _ 58 57% 58
( Alleg Com 6s 60 mod — 62 61% 61%
1 Alleg Valley 4s 42 _100?, 100?, 100?,
I Allis Chaim ct 4i 52 ... 106% 106% 106’,
Am & For Pwr 6s 2030 — 67s, 67 67%
Am I GC'hem 8%s 49___ 103 102% 102%
Am Tel & Tel 3s 66 _ 108 107% 107%
Am Tel Ac Tal-3’/,s 61-107% 107% 107%
Am Tel Ac Tel 3V,s 66.__ 107% 107% 107%
Am Type Fdrs ev 50_104% 104% 104%
Ann Arbor 4s 95 66 65 % 65%
Armour (Dell lit 4s 66- 104% 104s, 104%
Armour (Del) 4s 67 ... 104% 104% 104%
ATAsSFe adl 4s 95 std— 89 89 89
A T As S F gen 4s 95 — 109 108% 108%
AT ASF CA 4%s 62 - _ 110 110 110
A T Ac 8 F B Mt dT 4s 65- 103% 103% 103%
Atlanta At Ch A L 6s 44- 102% 102% 102%
Atl Coast L 1st 4s 52- 83% 82% 83%
Atl Coast L, clt 4s 52_ 72% 72 72%
Atl Coast Libs 64- 66V, 65% 66
Atl Coast L 6s 45 _ 98 97% 97%
Atl As Dan 1st 4l 48_ 38 37% 37%
Atl As Dan 2d 4s 48- 3144 31% 31%
B Ac O 1st 41 48 _ 62% 62 62%
B As O 1st 4s 48 std_ 64% 04% 64%
BA: Oct 60s std- 38% 38% 38%
B As O 95s A std_ 39 38% 38%
B ft O 95s C std- 43% 43 43
B As O 96a P std_ 38% 38 38
B Ac O 2000 D std- 38% 38% 38%
E&O P L K&W Va 4s 51 » 53% 53% 53%
i BftO SW 60s std — 47% 47 47
| Bang ft Arooa cn 4s 51— 54% 54 54%
! Bell Tel Pa 6s 48 B _108% 108% 108%
Bell Te' Pa 5s 60 C _ 128% 128% 128%
Beneficial Loan 2%s 58- 97% 97% 97%
Betb Steel 3s 60 _101% 101% 101%
Beth Steel 3Vsi 65_104% 104% 104%
Betb Steel 3%s 52- 105% 105 105%
Boston ft Maine 4s 60 .— 74% 74% 74%
Btston ft Maine 4%s 70- 39% 39 39%
Boston ft N Y A L 4s 55- 17% 16% 17%
Bklra Ed cn 3>/«s 66_108% 108% 108%
Bklyn Un Gas 6s 45- 105% 105% 105%
Bklyn On Gas 5s 57 B— 104% 104% 104%
Buff Rocb ft P 57 stpd— 41% 40% 40%
Burl C R ft N 5s 34 et_ 6 5% 5%
Bush Term cn fis 56- 58% 57% 58%
Canadian N R 4%s 51— 105 105 105
High. Low. Close.
Can N R 4Vis 57_105% 105% 105%
Can N R 5a 69 July-106% 106% 106%
Can N R 6s 60 October.. 108% 108% 108%
Can Pac db 4s perp_ 66% 66% 66%
Car & Qen 5s 50_ 100 100 100
Ceianese Corp 3s 55_ 100 100 100
Celotex 4%s 47 w w_ 95 95 95
Cent Br U P 4s 48_ 28 28 28
Cent Oa cn 5s 45_ 13% 13% 13%
Cent Oa 5%s 59 _ 3% 3% 3%
Cent Ga Mobile 5« 46—. 13% 13% 13%
Cent NJ 4s 87 _ 15% 15% 15%
Cent N J ten 6s 87 _ 17% 17% 17%
Cent N J in 6s 87 res.—~ 16 15% 15%
Cent Pacific 1st rl 4f 49- 76% 76% 76%
Cent Pacific 5s 60 . . 55% 55 55%
Certainteed deb 5%s 48- 84 84 84
Ches & O 3%s 96 D_102% 102% 102%
Cbes ft O 3%s 96 B_ 102 102 102
Chicago ft Alton 3s 49— 15% 15% 15%
Chi Burl ft Quin 4s 58 - 82% 82 82%
Chi Burl ft Quin 4%s 77. 71% 71% 71%
Chi B ft Q rtg 5s 71 A . 78% 78% 78%
Chi B ft Q 111 dlv 3%| 49 88% 88% 88%
C B ft Q 111 dlv 4s 49 ... 94% 94% 94%
Chi ft Kastn 111 Inc 97.. 30% 29% 29%
Chi Great West 4i 88 67% 66% 66%
Chi Ot West In 4 %s 2038 40% 40 40%
Chi Ind ft Lou 5i 66 .. 9% 9% 9%
Chi Ind ft L gen 6s 66 . 9% 9% 9%
C M ft St P gn 3%s 89 B. 41% 41 41%
Chi U ft St P ten 4s 89.. 44 43% 44
Chi M ft St P 4Vis 89 C-. 45% 45 45%
C M ft St P 4VaS 89 ■— 45% 45% 45%
Chi M ft St P 4%s 89 — 45% 45 45
Chi Mil ft St Paul 6s 76-. 12% 11% 12
C M ft St P adl 5e 2000 - 2% 2% 2%
Chi ft NW Sf’-3%s 87—. 26% 26% 26%
Chi ft NW gen 4S 87 — 27% 27% 27%
Chi ft NW gen 4s 87 st— 27% 26% 27%
Chi ft NW 4%a 2037 ... 18% 18 18
Chi & NW 4%s 2037 C— 18% 18 18
Chi ft NW ev 4%s 49_ 2% 2 2
Chi ft NW 4%t 87 _ 28% 27% 27%
Chi ft NW gen 5s 87_ 29 28'% 28%
Chi ft NW rf 5s 2037_ 18% 18% 18%
Chi ft NT/ 8'/aS 36 _ 31% 33% 33% I
ChlRIft P ref 4s 34._ 12% 12% 12%
Chi R 1 ft P gen 4s 88 — 23% 22% 23%
Chi R I ft P gn 4s 88 et.. 22% 22 22%
Chi R I & P gn 4s 88 rg. 20% 20% 20%
Chi R I ft P 4s 88 ct rg.. 19'% 19% 19%
Chi R I ft P4%s 52 A ... 14% 13% 13%
Chi R I ft P ct 4Vjs 60_. 2% 2% 2%
Chi T H & S inc 5s 60 —. 53 53 53
Chi Union Sta 3%s 63—. 100% 100% 100%
Chi Union Sta 3%s 63— 108% 108% 108%
Chi ft W Ind ev 4s 62 — 96% 96% 96%
Choc O Gen 5s 52_ 21 21 21
Cm G A E 3V*s 66 _108 108 108
Cin Un Term 3%a 71 .- 108% 108% 108% !
C C C A St L rf 4 %i 77- 52% 52V* 52%
CCC*StH»4i90— 74', 74 74%
Cleve El Ilium 3* 70_106% 106-, 106%
Clev Short L 4%« 61 — 82*, 82% 82%
Cleve Un Term 4Vi« 77— 65 65 65
Cleve Un Term 6s 73 — 70% 70% 70%
Colo Fuel A Iron 5s 70._ 87% 87% 87%
Colo A 6outb 4Vis 80_ 18% 18% 18%
Col G A E 5s 62 May . .. 100% 100 100
Columbia G A EA5s 61- 100% 100 100
Coma 1th Ed 3%i 58_108% 108% 108%
Comwlth Ed 3%s 68 — 109 109 109
Conn R A L 4'is 51 at - - 109 109 109
Cons Coal Del 5s 60 _ 83% 83% 83%.
Cons iSd N Y 3%s 46 103’., 103% 103%
Cons Ed N Y db 3%s 48. 105% 105% 105%
Cons Ed N Y 3V4s 56 —. 105% 105% 105%
Consol Ed NY 3%s 58— 108 107% 108
Consol Oil 3%s 51 _103% 103% 103%
Consum Par 3%l 69- 108% 108% 108%
Consum Pwr 3'is 67_ 109 109 109
Consum Pvrr 3%s 70 ... 109% 109 109%
Continental Oil 2*,s 46 102 102 102
Cuba Northn 5Vis 42 ctf 27 27 27
Cuba RR 1st 5s 52 - 33% 33% 33%
Dayton P A L 3s 70- 106 105’, 106
Del A Hud rf 4s 43_ 61 60% 61
Denver A R G con 4s 3C. 14% 14 14%
Den A R G 4V4s 36 14% 13% 14
Den A R G W 5s 55 asad 1% 1% 1%
Den A R G W rf 5s 78 .. 14% 14 14
Detroit Edison 3s 70_ 105 105 105
Det Edison 4s 65 _111% 911V4 111%
Duquesne Lt 3%s 65-1<>S% 108', 108',
E T V A Ga cn 5s 56_102% 102% 102%
El P A SW rf 5s 65_ 63 63 63
Erie RR 1 st 4s 95 B 89% 88% 89%
Erie RR gen 4'aS 2015 E 51% 53'* 54%
Fla East Cat Rv 5s 74 _- 9% 9 9
Fonda J A O 4s 82 Ctfs— 2% 2% 2%
Gen 8teel Cast 5%s 49 - 98 98 98
Goodrich 4%s 56 98% 97% 98%
Gotham SlkH 5s 46 war 80 80 80
Grt Nor Ry 3%s 67- 77% 77% 77%
' Grt Nor Ry 4s 46sO_ 99% 99% 99%
Grt Nor Ry 4s 46 H — 97 97 97
Grt Nor Ry 1st 4%s 61— 106% 106% 106%
Grt Nor Ry 4’.is 76-: 88 88 88
Grt Nor Ry 4 Vis 77- 87 87 87
Grt Nor Ry 6s 73 - 97% 97 97%
Grt NorRy 5%a 52_103% 103% 103%
Gulf M A N 5%s 50 - 92 92 92
Gulf M A O ref 4s 75 B- 72 71% 72
Gulf M A O In 2015 A— 56% 56 56
Gulf States St 4%s 61— 103', 103% 103%
Harlem Riv A P 4s 54--- 79 79 79
Housatomc cn 5s 37- 77 77 77
Hudson Coal 5i 62 A— 38% 38% 38%
Hud A Man. Inc 5s 57_ 10% 10% 10%
Hud A Man ref 5s 57- 42 41% 41%
Illinois Bell Tel 2'.i 81- 101% 100% 100%
Illinois Central 4s 52— 46% 46% 46%
Illinois Central 4s 53 44% 44 44%
Illinois Central ref 4s 55 43% 43% 43%
Illinois Central 4',s 66 46 45% 45%
Illinois Central ref 6s 55 53% 53% 23%
111 Cent Lou 3%s 53- 56 56 56
111 Cent Omaha 3s 51_ 42 41', 41%
111 Cent St L 3%s 51- 47 47 47
111 Cent W L 1st 4s 51 59', 59% 59%
I C C A St L N O 4ViS 63 43% 43 43%
III C Ch StL N O 5i 83 A. 47*, 46% 47%
Ind 111 A Ioaa 4s 50_ 73 73 73
Inland Steel 3s 61 -105% 105% 105%
Int Grt Nor 5s 56 B_ 13% 13 13%
Int Grt Nor 6s 56 C_ 13% 12% 13%
| Int Grt Nor 1st 6s 52- 15 14 14%
Int Hydro Elec 6s 44- 23 22% 23
Int T A T 4%s 52- 42% 41% 42
Int T A T 5s 55_ 44% 44% 4 4%
Kans Clt Ft S A M 4s 36 45% 45 45%
KCPSAMrI4s36rt- 44 44 44
Kansas City So 3s 50 - 62% 62% 62%
Kansas City So rf 5s 50_. 69 68% 68%
Koppors Co 3%s 61-105'* 103** 103',
Laclede Gas 5s 42-- 9* 9i 9i
Laclede Gas 54s 53- 914 91 91
Laclede Gas 54s 60 D 814 81 91
Laclede Gas 6s 42 A- 834 82 82
Lautaro Nitrate 75s — 374 374 374
Lehigh C & N 44s 54 A- 75 75 75
Lev Val Coal 5s 54 std — 72 72 72
Leh Val Coal 5s 64 std—. 61 604 61
Lehigh Val Har 5s 54— 484 48 484
Leh Val N V 44s 50 — 52 52 52
Leh Val RR 4s 2003 ltd. 32 314 314
Lehigh Val RR 4s std rg . 294 294 294
L V RR cn 44s 2003 std 34 4 334 344
Lehigh Val RR cons 4 4s
20U3 std reg — 324 324- 324
Leh V RR 5s 2003 std— 374 374 374
Leh Val Term 5l 51 - 544 544 544
Libby McN A L 4s 55_ 105 1044 105
Ligg A Myers 5s 51- 1224 1224 1224
Llgg & Myers 7s 44-115 115 115
Long Isl ref 4s 49- 974 974 974
Lorillard 7s 44 -115 115 115
Louisiana A Ark 5s 69-- 844 844 844
Lou A Nash 34s 50 - 1034 1034 1034
Lou A N 1st 4s 2003 _ 92 92 92
Lou A Nash 44s 2003— 974 974 974
Lou A Nash 6s 2003 — 103 103 103
L AN So Mon Jt 4s 52 — 88 88 88
Me Kesson A R 34s 56 - 105 105 105'
Maine Cent RR 45 45 - 824 824 924
Maine Cent RR 44s 60.. 51 51 51
Manatl Bugar *s 57- 49 49 49
Market St Ry 5s 45- 774 77-4 774
Mead Corp 4,/aS 55 - 106’a 106’i»
Mich Cons Gas 4s 63- 1067* 106'* U>67*
Mil No con 44s 39_ 404 40 404
Mil Spa A NW 4s 47 - 23 4 234 234
M St P A S S M cn 4s 38. 12 114 114
M St P A 8 8 M cn 5s 38. 12 114 12
M St P A SSM 6l 38 gtd- 114 114 114
M Si P A 68 M 54s 78- 62 62 62
Mo SAT 1st 4s 90_ 37 364 364
Mo K A T 4s 62 B_ 24% 24 4 244
Mo K A T 44s 78 - 254 254 254
Mo K AT 6s 62 A_, 30 294 294
Mo K A T adj 5s 67_ 104 104 104
Missouri Pacific 4s 75 . -. 24 24 24
Missouri Pacific 6s 65 A. 274 274 274
Mo Pac 5i 65 A Ctfs ... 27 27 27
Missouri Pacific 6s 77 F- 274 274 274
Mo Pac 6s 77 F etla .. 27 264 264
Missouri Pacific 5s 78 O- 274 27 27
Mo Pac 5s 78 G ctfs 264 264 264
Missouri Pacific 6s 80 H. 274 274 27',
Missouri Pacific 5s 81 I-. 274 274 27',
Missouri Pacific 54s 49- 14 14 14
Mohawk & M 4s 91- 50 50 50
Monont P S 6s 65_1114 1114 1114
Mont Pwr 34s 66 - 1054 105 105
Moms & Es 34a 2000— 40 394 394
Morris & Es 44s 66- 374 364 374
Morris & Es 5s 55 - 424 414 42
Nashville C * L 4s 78—- 694 69 694
Natl Dalrj 3VaS 60 - 1044 1044 1044
Nstlonsl Steel 3s 65_ 1034 1034 1034
New Esc RR 4s 45_ 634 614 624
New Ens RR 5s 45_ 65 63 6i
New Enc T A T 5s 52- 1194 1194 1194
New Orl G N R 5s 83- 754 7o4 754
New Or! P 8 5s 62 A- 1064 1054 1054
New Orl P S 6s 65 B- 1054 1054 1054
New Orl Ter 1st 4s 58 — 744 744 744
New Orl T * M 4M|S 56- 414 414 414
NOT&M5S56C- 42 42 42
NOTAM54S54_ 444 444 444
I N Y Central SV,i 52- 604 604 604
N Y Central 34s 87- 79 79 79
Hltn. U3W. CIOS*.
N Y Central 84* 48_ 95 95 95
N Y Central con 4i 98 . 584 574 584
N Y Central 44i 2013 A 53*. 534 634
NY Central ref 5« 2013. 594 584 59
N YCLakeSb 34*98-. 69 684 584
NYCMichC 34*98 — 564 56 56
N Y Chi* St L 34k 47.. 974 974 974
N Y Chi & St L 44*78 - 654 644 65
N Y Chi * St L 54s 74 A 78 774 774
NY Conn 1st 34185 — 994 994 994
N Y Dock 4k 51 _ 614 614 614
N Y Edison 34> 66_ 1074 1074 107' ,
N Y L * Wn 1st 4s 73— 654 544 654
NYNH*H34*47_ 26 26 26
N Y N H * H 34s 64- 264 254 26
N Y N H * H 34s 56_ 254 254 254
NYNH*H4s47_ 274 274 274
N Y 14 H * H 4s 65_ 274 264 274
N Y N H & H 4s 66- 274 264 274
N Y N H & H 4s 57 - 5 5 5
NYNHSH44S07_ 304 294 30
N Y N H * H cl 6s 40 - 504 48 50
N Y N H * H <r» 6s 48 — 324 32 32'i ;
N Y O A W fen 4k 55- 14 14 14
N Y O * W ref 4k 92_ 54 5 64 1
N Y Putnam 4s 93- 474 474 47', .
NY Steam 34s 63_ 1064 1.'64 1064
N Y 8 * W ref 5s 37_ 31 31 31
NYW*B44k*6 ... 4 34 4
Nlatara Share 54s 50.. 102 101'. 102
Norfolk Southn 5s 61 .. 264 264 264
Norf * S 5s 61 rgn ets . 264 264 264
North American 34s 49- 104 104 104
North American 4s 59.1034 1034 1034
Norn Pac en 3s 2047__ 424 424 424
Norn Pac 4s 97 - 75 744 75
Norn Pae 44s 2047__ 53 524 52*4
Norn Pac 6i 2047 D_ 574 574 574
Norn Pac 6s 2047 . 68 674 68
Nor States Per 34« 67. 109 108*. 1084
Ogden L C 4s 48 _ 64 64 64
Ohio Edison 34s 72- 1084 108'-, 108',
Ohio Edison 4s 66 _ 1074 1074 1074
Okla O * E 34s 66_ 107 107 107
Okla □ At E 4i 46 _ 103 103 103 ]
Oreg Sh L 5s 46 etd- 1124 1124 112'*,
Oreg Wash RR 4s 61_ 1054 105 1054
Otis Steal 44s 62 _ 854 854 854
Pacific O & E 3s 70_101', 1014 1014
Pacific O & E 34s 68_ 1074 1074 1074
Pacific G&E.14* 61— 1004 1084 1084
Pac G * E 4s 64 ... 1114 1114 1114
Paramount Piet 4s 56_ 994 994 994
Pat & G E 5s 49 _1184 118'* 1184
Penn Co 4a 52 E - 1064 1064 1064
Pend O & D 44s 77- 103 103 103
Penn P ft L 34s 69- 1074 1074 107*.
Penn RR 34s 52_ 884 80 88*.
Penn RR 34s 70_ 93 924 93
Penn RR 4s 48 _110% 110% 110%
Penn RR 4V«s 81 - 98 98 98
Penn RR 4V4s 84 E- 98% 97% 97% 1
Penn RR 4%s 450 - 121 121 121
Penn RR een 4%s 65-102% 102% 102%
Penn RR deb 4%s 70- 92% 92% 92%
Penn RR een 5s 08 _108s* 108% 108s*
Peoria & East 1st 4i 60.. 46% 45% 46% [
Peoria & E Inc 4s 90 — 6% 6% 6%
Pere Marquette 4%s 80. 6.'!% 63% 63% j
! Pere Marquette 5s 56 - 71 70% 71
Philadelphia Co 4%» 61. 103% 103% 103%
Phlla Elec 3%s 67 _109% 109% 109s*
; Phlla R C A Ir 5s 73_ 25% 25 25%
Phlla R C A Ir 6s 49_ 6 6 6
Phillips Pet 1% 61 — 101% 101% 101s, |
1 Pitts* W Va 4%s 58 A . 63% 63 63%
Pitts A W Va 4%s 69 B . 63', 62% 63% '
puts * W Va 4%s 60C- 63% 63 63%
Press Steel Car 5s 51 -. 95 95 95
Portland Gen E 4%s 60. 80% 80% 80%
Pub Svc E & G 3%s 68 _ 110% 110% 110%.
Pub Sve Nor 111 3%s 68 _ 108% 108s. 108s,
Purity Bakina 5s 48- 103% 103% 103%
Readlna Jer C 4s 51- 71% 70% 70%
Readlm R 4%i 97 A — 80%. 80% 80%
Republic Steel 4 %s 61.. 103%. 103% 103%
I Rio Gr W 1st 4s 39 _ 45% 45 45%
i Rio Gr W col 4s 49 A_ 16% 15s* 16%
1 R I A A I 4%s 34 .. 13% 12s, 12%
St L I M S P. & G 4i 33 - 71 73% 73s*
St L P & N W 5s 48_ 37% 37 37
St L Pub Svc 5s 59_ 8511 85 % 85'
St L San Fr 4s 50 A- 14 13s, 14
St L San Fr 4s 50 ct- 13% 13% 13%
St L San Fr 4‘is 78 .... 15% 14% 15%
StLSF4'is 78 cut_ 15 14s, 15
St L San Fr 5s 50 B 15% 15 15%
St L San Tr 5s 50 B ctlt. 14% 14% 14s,
1 St L SW 1st 4s 69. 82 82 92
St L SW 5s 52 _ 41 40% 41
St L SW ref 5s 90_ 21% 21% 21%
St P K St L 4%s 41 - 9% 9% 9%
San A & A Pass 4s 43 .. 100 99% 99%
Seaboard A L 4s 50 stp_. 13% 13 13
Seaboard A L ref 4s 59 — 6% 6 6
1 Seaboard A L con fis 45.. 6% 7s, 7%
Seaboard A L 6s 45 ct 7s* 7 7
Seabd A L Fla 6s 35 A ct 3% 3% 3‘*
Shell Onion 011 2%» 54 97s* 97% 97s*
! Simmons Co 4s 52- 102 102 102
j Socony Vac 3s 64 ... 105% 105% 105s,
i SoBellTAT3'.s62_ 107 107 107
So Colo Pwr 6s 47 A . 105% 105% 105%"*
Southern Paciflc 3%s 46 86 85% 85%.
Southn Paciflc col 4s 49. 59s* 59% 59%
Southn Pac col 4s 49 re 56% 56% 56%
Southn Paciflc ref 4s 55 - 66s* 55% 66%
( Southn Paciflc 4%s 68.. 53% 53% 53%
Southn Paciflc 4%s 69... 53% 53 53%
Southn Paciflc 4%s 81.. 53% 52% 52%
So Pacific Orea 4'.is 77.. 53s, 53% 53%
SO Paciflc S F Tel 4s 50 .. 85% 85% 85',
Southern Railway 4s 56 65% 64% 64%
Southern Railway 5s 94 91% 91 91
Southern Ry een 6s 56— 85% 84s, 85
Southern Ry 6'is 56- 90s* 90% 9"%
£W Bell Tel 3s 63 _ 105% 105% 105%
SW Bell Tel 3%» 64 ... 110% 110% 110%
Spokane Int 4%s 2013 37 37 37
• Stand Oil ol Cal 3s,I 66 102 102 102
Stand Oil NJ 2%a 53.— 104% 104% 104%
Stand Oil N J 3s 61_104s, 104% 104%
Studebaker cv fis 45- 108% 108 108
Superior Oil 3 %s 56_ 102 102 102
Ter RR As St L 4s 53_109% 109% 109%
Texas Corp 3s 59- 105 105 105
Texas Corp 3s 65 - . 105 104% 104%
Texas A Pacific fis 77 B 65 65 65
Texas A Paciflc 5s 79 C. 65 64% 65
Texas * Paciflc 5s 80 D. 65 64% 65
Tex A Pac 1st 5s 2000 . 102% 102% 102%
Tex * P M P T 5%s 64.. 103 103 103
Third Avenue 4s 60 .. 56 55% 55%
Third Avenue adl 5s 60. 18% 17% 17%
Union Paciflc 3%s 70— 97 97 97
. Union Paciflc 3%s 80 104% 104% 104"*
Union Paciflc 1st 4s 47 . 110% 110% 110%
United Cgr W Strs 5s 52. 69 69 69
United Drug 5s 53- 96% 96% 96%
U S Steel l%s 46 — 101% 101% 101%
United Stockyds 4%s 51. 95 95 95
Utah L * T 5s 44 - 101 100% 100%
Utah Power & L5« 44—. 100% 100'4 100'.
Va El Sc P 3V,s 6S B_109% 109', 109V,
Va Ry 1st 33..» 66_108% 108% 108%
Wabash 4s 71 w. 1_ 76', 76% 76%
Wabash gen 4s 81 w.i_ 47% 47 47%
Wabash 4'»s 91 w.i.- 38% 37 38%
Wabash 4%s 78 C - 25% 25% 25%
Wabash 4%s 78 C ct asd 25% 25% 25%
Wabash 1st 5s 39 84 84 84
Wabasn 1st 5s 39 ct_ 84% 84 84%
Wabash 2d 5s 39- 41 41 41
Wabash 2d 5s 39 et- 42% 41 42%
Wabash 5s 76 B ct asd — 27 26% 27
Wabash otis 75 — 27% 27% 27%
Wabash o'ai 75 ct asd— 27% 27% 27%
Walworth 4s 55 - 86 85% 85
Warner Bros 6s 48_ 97 96 97
Warren Bros 6s 41- 94% 94% 94%
Wash Central 4s 48 - 75% 75% 75%
West Shore 1st 4s 2361— 60 49 49%
West Sh 1st 4s 2361 rg_. 47% 47% 47%
Western Md 1st 4s 52- 91% 91% 91%
Western Md 6%s 77- 102 102 102
West Pac 5s 46 A - 27% 27% 27%
Western Pac 5s 46 A asd. 27% 26% 26%
Western Union 4%s 60— 83% 83% 83%
Western Union 5s 51- 87 87 87
Western Union 5s 60 — 85% 84'* 85
Westinghse Elee 2%s 51- 101% 101 101
Wheel til «49 -.114 114 114
Wheeling Steel 3%s 66.. 94% 94 94
Wls Cent 1st gn 4s 49—- 42% 42% 424.
WisCS*DT4s36_ 10% 10% 10%
Wis El Pw 3%s 68_ 109 109 109
Ygltwn S & T 3V*s 60 — 100 100* 100
Youngstown S b T 4a 48 102 101% 102
Commodity Prices
NEW YORK. Jan. SO.—The Associated
Press weiehted wholesale tfrice index of
.*{5 comrroiaties today advanced t« 96.76,
new 7 941-4. high.
Previous day. 96 57: week ago. 96.35;
month ago. 94.62; year ago. 78.47.
1941-42. 1940. 1939 1933 -38.
Hieh 96.72 78.25 75.22 98.14
Low _ 77 03 68 89 63.78 41.44
Stock Averages
30 15 15 60
Indus. Rails. Util. Sties.
Net change. —.1 +.2 —.1 unc.
Today, close 54.1 16.8 26.3 37.8
Prev. day - 54.2 16.6 26.4 37.8
Month ago. 51.7 13.6 25.1 35.5
Year ago 61.0 17.1 35.1 43.5
1941-2 high 633 19.0 35.5 45.0
1941-2 low. 51.7 13.4 245 35.*
1940 high.. 74.2 20.5 40.6 52.2
1940 low... 52.3 13.0 30.9 37.0
60-Stock Range Since 1927:
1938-30. 1932-37. 1927-29.
High — 54.7 75.3 157.7
Low 33.7 163 613
(Compiled by the Associated Press.)
Rail.Stocks Climb,
But ManyOther
Groups Lag
Advances of Fractions
Shaved Before End;
#Some Leaders Dip
By VICTOR EUBANK,
Assocltted Press Financial Writer.
NEW YORK. Jan. 20— Rails ne
gotiated another mild recovery ex
cursion in today’s stock market, but
many leaders in other groups were
sidetracked after a fairly good start.
Gains running to a point or so
for favorites in the forenoon were
shaved in many cases later. While
fractional advances were well dis
tributed at the close, numerous
pivotals were a trifle under water
or at a standstill.
Dealings were moderately active at
intervals, slowing somewhat as the
session drew to a conclusion. Trans
fers were around 600.000 shares for
the full proceedings.
The news picture remained rather
spotty, as a whole, although spec
ulative nibbling here and there was
thought to have been inspired by
the belief the market had done a lot
of discounting of British develop
ments and was in a much sounder
technical position.
Scant optimism was derived from
Malayan and Philippine battle bul
letins, and some potential share
purchasers seemingly were reluctant
to take on heavier commitments
pending outcome of the critical Jap
anese drive on Singapore. Business
items were more or less constructive,
but the question of forthcoming tax
legislation and the price control bill
! persisted as a handicap for bullish
sentiment. The submarine menace
, to shipping off the Atlantic Coast
also remained as a bidding restraint.
Santa Fe was one of the top
movers in the share division, get
ting up around a point at a new
1941-42 high. Others in the sup
ported class included Union Pacific,
j Atlantic Coast Line, Louisville ft
Nashville, Great Northern, New York
Central, Pennsylvania, American
Can, Kennecoft, Westinghouse and
Dow Chemical.
Rail Bonds Gain.
| Rail loans again set the pace for
a moderate rise in bond prices to
; day. Gains were well distributed
through the corporate list near the
final hour.
Chicago Grain
Br the Associated Press.
CHICAGO.'Jan. S3 — Failure of
conferees to iron out their differences
over amendments the price-fixing
bill in Congress today he’d trading
interest in the grain pits to a min
imum.
Prices seesawed above and below
the previous closing levels without
any decisive trends. On the dips
resting demand supported the mar
ket and rallying tendencies appar
ently w-ere due in most instances to
short covering operations.’
Final prices were at oj near the
day's best levels.
Wheat finished % to % cent^abovp
Monday's closing levels. May
1.30 July 1.32-1.32%; corn was
% to % up. May 85%-86. July 87%,
September 89% ; oats % to % higher;
soybeans 1% to 2 cents up; rye un
changed to % down, and lard was
2% cents a hundred lower on thp
nearby delivery to 5 cents up on the
deferred contracts.
0"en High. Low. Clsoe.
WHEAT—
May l.3u% 1.30% 130% 1.3034.%
July 1.313 * 1.32% 1.31% 1.32-132%
Sept. 133% 1.33% 1 327 s 1.33*2
CORN—
May .85% 88 .85% .S=>%-88
Juls' .87% .8?% .87% .87%
Sept .88% .89% .88% .89%
OATS—
May .59 .59% .58% .59%
July .58 .58*4 .57% .58%
Sent .57% 58% .57% .58%
SOYBEANS—
May 1.9o% 1 92 1 89% 191%-1P2
Julv 1.92% J .93% 1.91% 193%
RYE—
May .84 .84% .83% .84- 83%
July .88% .80*2 .85% .86%-%
Sept. .88 .88% .8?% .88**
LARD—
Jan. 10 05 10.05 1 o .62 ] n.«2
Mar 12.10 17 15 12 10 12 17
May 17.02 12.07 12.-32 12.37
July 12.57 17.57 17 52 12.57
Chicago Cash Market.
No whea' Com old: No. 5 yellow. 79:
npvr corn: No 3 yellow. H0%-82: No 4
77*4-80: sample grade yellow 75; No. 3
white. 88%. No. 4. 87 Oa*s, No. l
white. 80*2-01; No 2. 80-80%; No 3.
| 57*2-58*4: No. 4. 57. Barley making
75-97 nominal feed and screenings. 53-70
nominal Soybeans No. 3 yellow. 1.81%
1 85%. No 4. 1.77-1.80: sample grade
yellow 1.70%-1.75%. Field seed per
hundredweight nominal Timothy. 7 00
7.75; aisike 15.00-18.00; red top. 8.no
875; r*d clover. 16.00-18.00; sweet clover,
b.50-9.00.
Camelback Producers
Asked to Curb Prices
By the Associated Press.
Price Administrator Leon Hender
son yesterday requested producers of
camelback, a material used in tire
retreading, to hold prices down to
present market levels.
Establishment of the voluntary
price ceiling was designed to main
tain market stability until a formal
schedule of maximum prices, now in
preparation, is issued.
The temporary ceilings cover the
three grades of camelback which O.
j P. M. has ruled are the only grades
that may be manufactured here
| after.
Manufacturers were requested in
telegrams not to charge more than
28 cents a pourfd for camelback con
taining 57>2 to 62>2 per cent crude
rubber; 23 cents a pound for the
grade containing 38 to 48 per cent
crude rubber, and 18 cents a pound
for the grade containing not over 20
per cent crude rubber.
Wage Increase Granted •
j J3UFFALO, N. Y.. Jan. 20 (/P).—A
F'ederaJ labor conciliator said today
! a 5-cent hourly genera) wage in
j crease has been granted 200 em
I ploves of the Ross Heater & Manu
1 facturing Co., lifting the average
%asic wage to 90 cents an hour. A
contract between the company and
’ the C. I. O. United Heater Equip
i ment Workers wa.c*signed last night,
| retroactive to January 2.
Bond Averages
w in it in
Rails. Indust. Util. Pan
Net change —.3 +2 —.1 >.2
Today, close 64 1 103.2 100.4 44.4
Prev. day._ 63.8 103.0 i00.5 44.2
Month ago 58.4 103 4 99 6 * 42.0
Year ago 63.4 104.9 101.0'39.7
1941-2 high 66.5 105.4 102.2 51.4
1941-2 low. 58.3102.6 98.9 38.0
1940 high.. 61.4 1050 100.7 535
1940 low... 48.3 98.9 905 35.1
IP Low-Yield Bonds.
Close_112.8 Prev. day. 1125
M’nth ago 112.6 Year ago. 114.0
41-42 high; 15.1 41-42 low. 112.1
1940 high 114.6 1940 low. 108 4
(Compiled bj the Associated Press.)

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