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We Invite
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Investors
to avail themselves of the
facilities and service of our 1
Statistical Department, which
are at their disposal without (
obligation.
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Colgate, Parker & Co. '
49 Wall Street, New York j
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NORTHERN OHIO TRACT. ? I.T. 1
71, 1928
BCTIJCR WATER Bi, IMl J
riIIT.ADRI.PHIA ELECTRIC I
?s. 1M3
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NORTHERN STATES POWER 1
Sa, 1941
GEOROTA RAIT.WAT A POWER I
5 >t, 1934 I
JONES A T.ArC.mXN STKRT.
Bs, 1939
UNION STEEL fin, 195!
U. S. STEEL 1st B?, 19S1
WKSTINGHOUSE MACHINE
6*. 1940
CARBON STEEL 1
WANTED
(200 ST. LOUIS A 8. F. P. L. Ba, 1950
HOLMES, BULKLEY
& WARDROP MEMBERS
New York Slock Exchange
Pittsburgh Slock Exchange
Union Bank Bldg. 61 Broadway
Pittsburgh t New York
Possible Profits
lu
Foreign Exchange
Normal Today's
Value Approx. V41 lie Appro*.
Cents. Cents.
19'4 Franc 6
23?i Mark \\o,
19Va Lire 4
?ni.q ICrnnpn L*
"w " ?.w..v..
$4.87 Pound $3.50
By purchano of lorelan
Hondn Inrce pm!tli may hn
rmlljwl iti o\f'haiia<* mlvnni'M
townr?l? normal. Many
of lllfM bond* irltlnK today
for lo J/4<? Ibrlr former
value.
Send for detailed circular
on carloua Imucv with our
Micurdlnn* in to host luuec
of bonds t buy.
Circular SSS
Farson, Son & Co.
Member* New York Stork Exchange
115 Broadway, New York
Exceptional
Investment
Possibilities
Investment issues at the
present time are selling it *
prices which yield unusually
attractive incomes.
In this connection the services
of our Statistical Department
are at your disposal.
Securities bought for cash
or carried on conservative
margin.
Miller. & 6a
Members
N?aJ\fcrk Slock Fxckan^s
EQUITABLE BLDG.
120 Broadway Now York
%
Our Nov. 80 Issue of the
WEEKLY RESUME
contains a full account of .
the progress to date of the
Century Oil Co.
(of Maryland)
Request 8-99
AE'Htlrin&Gi
Member* My Stock Sadianft
141 BROADWAY
NewTfork Gty
BOSTON CHIOAOO
riTTIBUttOH I.OH ANdKOM
Itr 'I
Fre? from Federal and New
York Stat* Income Tax**
Yielding 4.60%
Nassau County, N. Y.
Coupon 8% Qold Bond*
Doe Nm.mber f, 10.11-to
H0RNB10WER & WEEKS
4t Broadway
*? ?.? NKW YORK Cbleate
rra?1d.nn* Portland. Mr. lirtrnlt
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JTANDARD OIL, N. J, J]
TO SPUT UP STOCK;
fVill Cut Par Yalue of Shares I
to $25 and Add $10,000,000 |
to Capital.
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?LAN EMPLOYEES OFFER *
c
3utstandlng Preferred 7 Per c
Cent. Not Affected?Meeting1
on December 20.
The directors of the Standard OU Company
of New Jersey decided yesterday
to reduce the par value of Its shares
Prom flOO to 125 and voted to Increase
Its capital from *10$000,000 to *110,000,000
to provide shares for an offering which
will be made to the corporation's employees.
The decision to make those
changes was reached In a special meeting
yesterday afternoon In 26 Broad- )
way. A special meeting of the company's
stockholders has been called for
December 20 In Bayonne, notice of |
which will be sent out within a few I ,
3nys. There will be no change In the i
1200,000,000 of the company's 7 per cent. !
preferred stock outstanding.
Officials of the corporation have 1
planned to reduce the par value of its
stock for several months. At Its present
selling price of 1620 the stock has been 1
considered by them out of reach of the
average Investor. It has thus operated J
against a wide distribution of shares t
among Investors, which officials of the j
corporation desire. The reduction of j
the par value probably will be followed J
by an announcement that the corpora- J
tlon will exchange four shares of the .
new J25 par value stock for a share of j
the present Issue.
Details of the plan to offer employees ^
the opportunity to subscribe- to the new j
Btock were not made publlo yesterday, j
Announcement of the price at which '
they will be Invited to subscribe and aid
which the corporation will extend to J
facilitate subscriptions will be made dur- ,
Ing the coming week. The corporation j
and Its subsidiaries have approximately J
87,000 employees in the United States
eligible to stock ownership under the
plan.
The directors of the corporation after J
the meeting made this explanatory announcement
: "The proposed increase in '
the authorized issue of common stock .
and the reduction in the par value
thereof are for the purpose of making
effective a plan long under considera- \
tlon to enablo employees, with assistance
from the company, to tihqntro an
investment Interest therein. The plan
Includes all employees who have been
for ono year actively engaged In the
conduct of the company's business."
cta kir*Ann nn or i a
J M niiTP^/-li?br vr m m? w - ? -?
INCREASES CAPITAL
Additional $20,000,000 Is for
Expanding Trade.
Baton Bono*, Nov. 24.?The Standard
Oil Company of Louisiana announced
to-day an increase in Its captal stock
from $10,000,000 to $30,000,000 to provide
capital for expansion of its business.
1
The increase represents new money i
put Into the company and is not taken
out of its surplus or Its earnings in this
Btate. All .of Its stock is held by the
parent company, the Standard Oil Company
of New Jersey.
COFFEE MARKET.
V recovery of 150 to 250 rels in the '
Santos futures market yesterday was i
followed here by an opening advance
of 4 to 15 points and later gains of 24 |
points net at midday. The firmness
was duo in a measure to the fact that i
December contracts were going Into ,
strong hands through purchases and In | <
switching, the difference between De- j
comber and May having narrowed 10 ,
paints during tho forenoon trading. An- ;
other feature which steadied the local j.
situation was the fact that pressure J
from Santos had been relieved, at least
temporarily, by the purchase of approx- ,
Imatoly 75,000 bags of coffee on the I
basis of 8*4 to 8*1 cents for Siyitos 4s. ;
Yesterday's firm offers wore a little j
higher. __ !
Final prjjces in tho local exchange j
were 23 to 30 points net geun for ttio
clay, and there seemed to he evidences
of a srowlng demand for new long account.
Hangs of prices: TuesOpon.
High. Low. Clone. Clay.
November 6.50-55 8.20
December.. (1.30 (1.85 6.30 6.55-56 6.26
January 6 77-78 6.48
February 0.00-7.00 6.72
March 7.03 7.27 7.13 7.20-21 e.Ofl
April 7.30-40 7 tfl
May 7.43 7.6.3 7.43 7.38-60 7 14
June 7.78-77 7.50
July 7.77 7.98 7.76 7.08-05 7.66
August 8.03-03 7.76
September.. 7 03 8.15 7.03 8.13-15 7.86
October 8.12 8.12 8.12 8.23-25 7.06
COFFEE CABLES.
Itlci was 100 to 175 rels lover. Dollar rate
3o lower at 6$2.W Exchange 1-160. higher
at 1UJ40. Ttcceipta 1 l.fssi bnKS and stn. k
635.000 bags Pantos spots not euot?t. Fttturns
75 to 250 rets lower, itteelpt* 50.000
bngs and 'stock 2,516.000 bags. Ttecetpts nt
the ports were 61.0(10 bng?, sgalnst 33,000
Isst year and 58.000 two year* eg". Sao
I'aulo had 30,000, against 17,oo<? and 36,000,
and Jundlahy 36.060, against O.ooo and 25,000
bngs respei lively. Fine weather was reported
In one district of Sao I'aulo. rain In
two and cloudy In two. Cleared from Santo.t .
511.300 bags for New York. ' 1
Tirazlllan coffee statistics: 1
Last Last ,
Yesterday, week, montli. 1
N. Y. deliveries.., 0.882 8.683 11.551 .
N O. deliveries... 20,14 1 4.726 1 3,.172 .
Total deliveries... 20.086 13,350 24,026 ,
New York stock.. 850,086 807,1(7 810,800 i
New Orleans stock 810.216 350,088 37.5,178 (
Stock at all ports 1,170.202 1.255,885 1,216,0.10
Afloat 584,400 368,600 373,606
Visible supply.... t.734.002 1,624.435 1.580,(136 I
Last year s vlslhle.1,557.843 1,662.201 1,605,101
FINANCIAL NOTES.
Empire Tube end Steel Corporation's bel- .
ance ehect of October 81 shows total asccte ,
and llabllltle* of $3*1.781, aealnet fr.fl7.bl3
on Auauet 81, 11120; total rurrcnt assets ?>f i !
$100 ,0*7. against $*8,772. and current llabtll- !
tlca of $11,814. j
Empire Tnut Company haa been appointed
truatae of 1180,000 par value of Ottle* Per- |
vice Company cotttmofl etork bearer shares
under an aarccment with the British National
Trust. Ltd.. of London, dated Nnvem- 1
ber 1. 1920.
Platiibutlon. of 49H centa on every Cltlee |
Service Company ha nacre abare, to be wail"
on IVsoembrr 1, 1020, will be made to 13,034
shareholder* of record, an Inrrcase of 1.300
ebareholdere of record compared with the j
number to which Ihe November 1 fllstrltw- '
t|on was made and an Increase of 10,0t>fl I
ebareholdere of reoord of that security etnoa '
January 1, 1020.
Merrill. Lynch A Co. are distributing a j
circular entitled "European Flnaneinn In '
Ihe United Btste* Since the Armlnttea" and
containing deecrlptlone of the more Important
Issues of European government and munlrlpal
oternal bonds Issued In this country
etnoa the signing of tha armistice.
Jones Brother*' Tea Company, mo.. re- j
pnrte It* etore ealee as follows: October?
1920, $1,849.284; 1919, $1.810.r,r,9; Increase,
22.19 per cent. Tear to date-1920. flT.193,- 1
Otfl; 1019, $19,440,220! Increase, 27.02 per
rent. (
Jamoe IT. Cedy Is with (Hidden, narldge # ]
Co.'e bond department.
CUSTOM HOUSE flRCBIPTS,
neeelpt* for duties at the Custom i
Hons* yesterday were 1706.088.#8, of
which 1181,987.116 was for merchandise
withdrawn from bonded warehouse* and
$843,100.II for racent Importation*.
THE NE\
BID AND ASKE1
I. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
To ths following prices accrued Interest U
o be added In every case:
'NITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Bid. Asked.
s, registered 100% 10114
if. coupon 100% 1011 i
a. registered 104% 10."%
s, coupun 104% 10011
s, I'anama, ltriti, registered.... 100% 101Vi
?, I'anama, 1030, coupon \100% 10111
i, I'anama, 1038, registered.... TOOls 101%
9. I'anama, 1038, coupon 10ttts 101%
?. Panama, registered 70 83
s, Panama, coupon 70 82
'htllpplue Isl lnd pur 4e, 1934... 73 83
htlinnlna tol ....I. "
hlllpplns is) pub wk 4s', 193(l!!I 75 85
ustrlct of Columbia S.65s 95
.FOREIGN BONDS.
'Ity of Berne.., ......... 96s; 984
Ity of Chrlstlanla 08<i 9814
'Ity of Zurich 97'i 97%
krgentlne Intern 6s, 1945 704 T24
Clngdora of Belgium Cs, 1021.... 994 100
Gngdom of Belgium 6s. 1925 91 92
kingdom of Belgium 74s, 1948.. 074 98
lanada, Dominion of, 6s, J921.. 08?i 08'/a
lanada, Dominion of, notes, 1021 98 084
'anada, Dominion or, 1928 90?; 00%
lanada, Dominion of, 1929...... 904 0044
'anada, Dominion of, 1931 00'? 91
Jhlnese Gov, Hu KugRy 6s, '51. 424 <2TS
Juba Extern 6s, 194T, 76 80%
Julia Extern 6a, series A. 1949.. 81
'CulJa Extern 4%a, 1949 ?2 6344
Dominican Republic 5s, 1908 704 704
llty of Byono 18 yr 6s, 1034 804 83
Jlty of Marseilles 13 yr Gs. 1934. 804 83
Mty of Bordeaux 16 yr 6s, 1034.. 80'i 83
Jlty of Copenhagen 25 yr 64s."44 734 71
'ranch Government 8s, 1 issue.. 100 loo>,4
rrencli, Paris City 6?, 1921 9414 9444
lovt of Switzerland 8s. 1940,... 1014 102
rapaneso Govt 44s, storl In, 1925 7444 75
rapanese Govt 44s, 2d sor, 1025. 744 744
Inpanose Govt 4s, storl in, 1931.. 67, 67'*
rapanese, Toklo City 6s, 1952.. 46 464
Jn K, C.t Br & Ir 0 yr 64s. 1921 97'i 98
Mil K, Ot Br & Ir 8 yr 54?, 1922 944 954
Jn K, Gt Br & Ir 10 yr 54s, 1929 884 88%
In K, Ot Br & Ir 20 yr 04s, 1937 854 85*4
ttextco Extern strl 5s of '99, 1945 4 3 4."
itexlco Extern gold 4s of '04, '54 844 864
Kingdom of Italy 8 yr 64% gold. 80 83
Closing prices of stocks In which there
vera no transactions yesterday:
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
kdv R pf.. 50 604 At Reftn...9T5 1025
Alaska Jun 1% 14 Auto Rales. 34 44
klltoncc It. 74 .. do pf..,. 9 15
41 Am Cab 90 102 Barnet Lth 22 65
klb & Bus.120 150 do pf.... 60 90
km Rg 1st. 984 .. BarnsdallA .. 37
km Bk Nto 42 45 do B 83
do pf.... 40 40 Beech Crk. 25 35
km B S pf 70 80 Beth St -7% 88 90
\m Bk 8h. 43 CO Bltn Edison 83 0.1
do pf.... 80 874 Bkn V Gas 56 66
km Can pf 79 82 Brown Sh.. 43 'jS
km O P pf.108 1104 do pf 8u 86
kfn Coal.. 65 .. Brunswick. 5 6
MnCotO pf 68 75 Buf & Bus. 72
km Ice.... 404 41 do pf 60
do pf 55 68 Buf R t P. 60 85
k La Frio 94 94 90 pf.... 83 105
km Lin pf. 864 90 Burns B pf 93 102
km Loo pf.1014 1024 'Jusl1 Term.. 83
km M ? a. 22 27 Butterlck... 104 13
km Hadia. 68 71 Cal Pk pf.. 724 734
do pf 101 .. Can Sou... 38 CO
k Shlpbldg .. 90 Case PI pf. .. 65
do pf 90 CaBe pf.... 82 814
km Sm pf. 87 88 Cen Lth pf 894 92
Am Snuff..104 10, O RKofNJ.200 225
do pf.... 7l 87 Chi ? Alt.. 8?i 10
A SumT pf 82 80 do lif..,. 10 15
AraWhol pf 01 05 Chi B I Ct. 7 11
Ann Arbor. 11 20 do pf.... 0 8
do pf 25 30 Ch Pneu T1 72 71
Assets R... 3 3% C StP & O. 65 70
Asstd OH..103 100 do pf 80 1(1
Atlas Tck.. 18% 30 Clcv & Pit. 60 00
COTTON PRICES ARE
LOWER AT CLOSING
Late Rally, Which Features
Dull Session, Fails to Hold
(Jain of Day.
Sentiment !n the cotton market \vajt
somewhat less bearish yesterday, but except
for a period the last hour prices
were generally less than Tuesday's final
level. A late rally was again a feature
of a dull day, marked by pre-hollday
evening up by Wall Street Interests. It
was apparent that several shorts feared
the safety of their position over the
Thanksgiving holiday and at times found
the available supply of contracts limited.
Trade buying, which has been absent for
several days, appeared In moderate
volume at times near the close. There
was no change in the general situation,
but many thought that the bearish fea
Kir.' rnp, epot . .. 14 2" .... 14.nO
Klcc. rop. Dee 14.24 .... 14 .'0
I'll Iron, No. I
X foundry..., .... 47.BO .... 47 50
Pig lron,No. 9
elitcon .......... 4A.nO .... 4n,r.o
it* Iron, plain
No. 2. efllron .... 44.40 .... 44 40
Ro#s Iron. PltU .... 40 00 40 00
her* Mil, Pit* 40 00 .... 40 00
LONDON, Nor. 51 -Follow!ng are the rioting
metal quotation*:
( e. 0. Change*.
Copper. epot 78 10 0
Copper, future* .... 79 0 0
Eire, rop., epot 90 0 0
Kl"0 (uturn* 91 o 0 off fl
Halea?8pot ton*; future*, 900 (on*.
tin, *pot 211 0 0 up 4*
tin, future* 215 0 0 up 5*
Strait* . 211 10 '0 up .?
Ralea-Bpot, 110 ton*; future*. 410 ton*
Lead, epot 29 5 0 off 15*
Lead, future* 29 0 0
Kpelter, epot ?3 7 0 off J* (id
Spelter, future* 84 10 0 Off 7* fl.i
*
lie.-. A
tu res had been discounted. Liverpool
cables were poor and trade news continued
pessimistic. It was the first notice
day for the December option and notices
af about 700 bales were issued.
Part of the early selling undoubtedly
was created by the favorable weekly
weather report, which indicated that
weather was satisfactory in most seclions
of the cotton belt. Other weather
news was good but of only minor importance
ns h factor. The list, with the exertion
of October, Which began points
higher, was unchanged to 2<> points
lower at the outset. The opening tofie
was barely steady. Immediately after
the call the market's tendency was irregular.
There was enough support from
nhorts in the market, however, to boost
the list in the first hour to about the
level of Tuesday's ending. Thereafter
pressure Increased and a reaction oc;urred.
In the forenoon downturn December
cased off to 18.80, a net decline of H
cent a pound, probably affected by circulation
of notices. The general market
<*ve no sign of weakness, however, und
he usual short covering occurred after
the dfop. The best prices of the session
were not made until late In the after
noon, wlnen the market rose about 20 to
10 points from Tuesday's finals. The
bullae attracted a little scattered professional
realizing and prices reacted
Prom the best, closing unchanged to 11
points lower. Local spot was tin chanted
at 17.30 cents.
Hange of price*: Ttn?OpPll.
Digit. Low . (.'1 e*c. day.
t>cc toon it n? io:?? in.so *i in *0
Inn in.40 10.SO 10.10 16.43-00 Ifi 14
Feb 16 40 N 10.44
March .10.40 16 70 10.0.1 16.84 .10 10 14
April 16.30 N 16 40
May .... 10.2." 16 62 10.00 1 0.20-32 16.36
lune 16.20 N hi.2*
July .... 10.11 16 4". lfl.TT 16.10 11 16.11
August., 16.oo 16 00 16.00 16.00 N 16.01
Sept. ... 16 21 16.21 16 21 10 00 N 10 00
bet. 10.16 11.75 16.00-16.00 11.00
Spots: Local, 17.30; New Orleans, 10.
COTTON STATISTICS.
1ft l.a*t
Yesterday. Week, Year,
rert receipts..... 33.7102 37.44,020
Export < 11.137 13,116 102.-.36
Export * ?ea?on... 1. If.4.010 1,373.434 1,60S,302
N. Y. stock*. ... 22.121 21.710 00.3*0
I'nrt ?to'k< 1,346.074 1,333,214 1,670.021
interior receipt*,. 30,633 28.062 41.lei
Interior shlpm't*. 20,216 20.003 32,878
N. Y. arrivals... 410 4,634 4.000
I.lverpeel cable* Spot cotton 4ul! at 22
point* decline; niltldltnjr. 11.71d. Saloa 4,000,
American 3.000 Import* 14.000. all Ami rl
can. Future* opened gulet at 24 to 30 point*
advance Closed, steady a? a net advance of
20 to 44 points December, 11 62; January,
1160; March. 11.16: May, 11.47 July, 1140,
Manchester: Yarns and cloth* dull.
METAL MARKET.
Nov. 24. Nov. 23.
Hid A*krd. Did. Asked
aluminum ..,.26.10 27 30 21V.10 27.10
tjuicksihtsr |6o no .... loo.oo
Antimony A 71 P.<m 6.75 0 eO
I'latlnum. soft $61 '61 .... $8", no
I lat, 1% Ir iino.no *inn 1 0
rust. 1044 Ir. . 41'- .00 $12- "0
V YORK HERALD, TH
D QUOTATIONS
Bid. Aak. Bid. Auk.
CCC & StL 45 OU Max 1 pf.. 0s* 7
do pf.... 6214 Ofl'4 do 2d pf. 2% 3V,
Cluett Pby. t'oU 65* m s a m pf Da loo
do pf 01 do 1 1.... 52 5(1
Col t\i?l pf 00 ISO Mor A Es.. 60 ho
Col A Sou. 28 80 Mont P pf. 90 HO
do pf 49 54 Mulling By. 24 25
do 2d pf 47 51 do pf.... 73* ..
Col Gph pf 05 73 N C A 9 L.108 107
Con Clg pf 7T *78 NatAnll pf 88 80
Con Coal M .. 83 NatCAS pf TO T3
Con Can pf 98 100 NatEAS pf 88 80
C<ui Insur. 603* 08 Nat Ld pf.100* 104
Crex Carp. 40 OIL N IT M 1 pf 0* 13
Cru Stl pf. 80 88 N3*I.ack W 78, IH)
Cub A 8 of 93 9914 NYU A SU, 304 52
Bavlaon C. SO 38 do lit pf. 60 7.1
t>?l A Hud.lo4 10" do 3d pf. 08 60
CLt W. .223 230 NYFook pf 40 47
IXBeerB .. 1014 10J4 NtOlW lSVi 30
Deere pf... 68 04 NYStatelty 82
UtJt Edison. 03'4 00 NlagF P pf .. ltf4
Det Vnltod 85 00 Nor & Sou. 1314 10
Dlantd M .107 110 N'orAW pf. 63 "0
DulSS 4 A 4 414 North Am. 52 54
do pf 7 0 Ohio Fuel.. 47'4 50
Durham H. 87 5714 Ont Sliver. 414 5
u,? pf.... 88 00 Orph V pf. 80 03
Elk H F pf 83 37 Otis 811 pf .. 82
Elec Stor... 08 114 Own* B pf. 01 100
Eraer B pf .. 85 Pac Coast.. 22 33
Fed MAS. C'4 714 do 1st pf. 60 100
do pf.... 28 *31 do 2d pf. 43 00
Fairbanks. 43 4714 P T 4 T pf 8U'4 OO
Fisher Bdy 81H (14;, Penney pf.. 87 90
do pf..,. 98 101 Pere M pf. 40 44
Gen Chem.123 140 do p p... 55 58
do pf 8414 90 Pet-Mul .. S3 64
Gun Cigar* 57 58 do pf 90 115
do pf.... 80 92 Philip J... 33 ?8
do deb pf 82 88 Pierce O pf 81 84T4
Gn A Tank G0>4 63 poc A Stl. 83
Gen Mot pf 70 72 PKW C pf .113 120
Goodrich pf 78 80 P&WVa pf 75 79
Guan Sug.. 1514 1814 Rub Serv.. 58 60
Gulf Steel.. 37 ' 38 Hand 20>4 22
do 1st pf .. 9<l K 8 Rp pf.,103 104
Habits Eh. 13 14 Ben 4 Sar. .. 110
Hurtmau... 00 74 Rep M Trk 2*>4 *28
Harv pf....l03\ 105 Hobt Rels. *J iOH
Has 4 P-k.. 6014 Cl do pf 67 72
Hendee M. 17>4 1714 Read l pf.. 6114 64
Hock Val.. 58 69 do 2d pf. 54 55
Hotr.eataku G1 62 Rent 1st pf .. #014
Hyd 8 1 pf .. 80 'do 2d pf. .. 8814
Indian Ref. 1614 1614 Sac-age A.. 1814 18
do pf 82 . . Sea A L, pf 14 13
Int Agrl.... 15 1314 S-Rbk pf.,103 108
IntMT 1 pf 08 73 Sloss S pf. 8114 88
do 3d pf. 69 60 SI. 4 8F pf 87 40
Int Nick pf 82 85 S For S pf. 09 101
Int Pap pf 80 104 Stnnd Mill.100 140
do pf at.. 70 71 do pf 73 77'4
Int Salt.... 60 .. Stern B pf. .. 98li
Iowa " en.. 5 0 Studeb pf.. 83 85
Iron l'idta. 34 S3 Sup Stl pf. 05 8814
K C F S T'f "> ; .. T. xas 1. T.2O0 823
Kayser ... 70 80 TldoW 011,200 220
<lo 1st pf.100 110 Tob I'rd pf 82 8714
K Sp T 84 93 T S I, 4 W 10 32
Kel WW pf 70 90 do pf 15 25
Keo <6 D M 5 10 do p et.. 18 20
do pf 25 .. Twin City. 42 42%
Kresge 88.121% 140 do pf. .. 75 Of.
do pf 03 102 UnderwS ..125 150
Kress 8 H. 78 t?0 do-pf....J02 117
do pf.... 80 .. Un I>0 pf. 61% 65
I.ociadeGas 40 40 Un CTg St.. 00 150
Llg & My..180 150 do pf 101 106
do pf 100 105 Un Drug..102 105
Lorld M...100 102 do 1st pf. 44% 45
LooseWlles 27 32 Un Dyewd. 80 00
do 1st pf. 05 90 US Exp... 0% 7
do Id pf. 103% 110 US CXP pf. 41 43
Mallison .. 10% 16 US 8m pf. 40% 43
do pf 50 55% Vn-C O pf.103% 105%
Manhat ... 53 55 Va 1 Ota 90 95
Man Itch... % 2H Vy Ry & P .. 45
Man El St. .. 57 ' Wab pf ft.. 10 18%
do pf... 100 . . Weber ? II 9% 10
Martin Pr 15 17 Wells Far. 48 51
Man Slilrt. 18% J)t>; West 1 pf.. 50 65
Manatl Sn. 70 80 WlckWlre S 20 22
do pf.... 80 H.'l Wilson pf.. .. 85
May II St.. 71 76 Wis Con... 37 40
do pf 07 .. Wlwth pf. .105 107
Mich Con... 00 95 Worth p 13 55 65
WHEAT SENT DOWN
BY BIG SALES HERE
Rush to Unload in Chicago?
Philadelphia Spurns 300.000
Barrels of Flour.
c ..
CiircAGO.Kov. ?4.?Heavy selling: preasure,
much of It ascribed to a leading:
New York trader, led to a severe break
1,900 hit.; beans, 2,770 hu. ; flour, II*
, 009 hhl?.; flour, 23,1*1 *arl porl<.
1,928 bhls. ; beef, !i,*57 bbl*,. boron*.
:i<i9,462 lb*.: ham*. 43*,ri22 lb*.: lard,
732.33.7 lb*.; tallow, 71.9*3 lb* ; butter.
132,3*7 lb*.; cheese, 102.*70 |b*. ; bird
oil, 1,6*3 bbl*.: cottonseed oil, 1,19*. 1*0
lbs.: lubricating oil. 3,7*9,179 imllnn*;
ryo flour, 102 bbl*.; corntnoal, 10,2*9;
bbl*.; oatmeal, 2,*53 bbl*.; bran, 12*,-l
000 lb*.; Rtn** seed, 493 bag*; bop*.
1,124 bales: alcohol, 920 bbl*.: cotton-i
seed meal, 3,850 lbs.: oil men!, 895,999
lb*. ; oil oak*. 114,300 lb*.
IVOttTII TF!*A9 Oil, fl T9 MlltO*.
A ThanksRlvtne melon In the shape <>
a BOO per cent, stock dividend to bolder)
of Vdtinir trust certificates of the North
Texas Oil Company wa* anhounced yesterday
by Tdoyd, Pettlgrew A Meyer. Tha
distribution of the stock dividend will be
made tbrouyh the tlnrplrk Trn*l Company
to holders of rertlflcatea on record
on November 21.
300.000 barrels of flour without financial
backing had been vainly seeking a buyer
In Philadelphia were made much of by
the bears. The market closed unsettled,
7?net lower, with Dccehtber
$1.50H ? $1.?0% and March $1,544
$1.56. Corn lost 2,4'h2V4c. and oats
%@lVlc. In provisions tlie outcome
ranged from 15c. decline to 82c. advance.
Tho wheat market wns confronted
olso b^news of downturns In stocks and
cotton as well as by word of a bank
failure In one of the richest agricultural
counties In Illinois. Sentiment, which
favored the bull side yesterday, reversed
Itself quickly and there wns a fcenoral
rush to unload wheat recently purchased.
Before the ensuing declines were ended
March delivery was down again to the
minimum reached Monday, the season's
lowest. Rxport buying of large proportions
developed on the break and caused
<i little recovery In the late dealings
Corn and oats sympathized with the
weakness of wheat. Klevator interests,
however, helped to steady the market
throuirh extensive buying of December
and May corn.
In provisions demand from packers
largely counterbalanced tho effect of hop
weakness. Beside*. November lard appeared
greatly wanted by shorts.
WHEAT?Tn the local ash market No. 2
red and No. 3 hard were quoted at
C. I. f-. New Tork.
CORN?In the local ootr market No. 2
jHlow was quoted at l>5'ie.; No. 2 mixed,
| PI'Cc., cost and frclsl t. New York, ten days'
shipment.
| OATH?Tn the local cash market No. 1
; unite was qunteti at nir.; mi. 2 white. no AC.:
fin. 3 white. BOKe.; Nn. 4 white, 54t4e.: fiiney
' flipped white. 03Ue . ordinary flipped white.
An ?:I < : nil elevator.
RVB Murk, t easy; No. 2 Western. II tW'4
f h and 41 I14H r. I. f.. New York.
HAItl.KY?Market ? h-r Fi'dliiB. ? r ??f
! ttmtthiK. Me. 791 02, e. I. f . N -A S'ork.
HICKWIIRAT M.lrket 'toady; sound mlil;
I -. $2 "0 nominal n 100 I he
II ?Y?Marltr* asler: No. I. *1 SIW1.IW:
i No. 2, *1 7n4i.ao; No. a, ?i.r.r,4it.tir.: ehlp
i r1 nr. *i a-.a i
-TII.HV Mnr'tet rsey No. 1 rye. S1S7I20 e
ton.
Chicago miens
U'HRAT? Tpen
Open. High. law. Close day
Tieromher. 1RI 1117 13434 140% lU'A
Mamh 139 i?2 ir.2?^ i:c, itu'4
CORN?
lAeeember. IW1?4 ?7 f,|S( p.*, 8744
Mav 72 T-t", 7(1'-, 71% 7.7*4
I July 74'4 74*4 71Ti 72% 7"
; OATSI
lleeemher. 4j 4T> 4.1% 44 43'4
1 May 40% .40H 4K 44% ip%
I July 44% 4S% |H'4 4*34 40%
1 I.ATTP1
November 14 70 1I.M) is 70 10 30 is 07
January.. 14.43 14.32 14 2" It "2 14 00
I Rll'P?
January.. 12.33 12 47 12 10 12 10 12 3*
I Fork November
23.1k) 23 00 23JIO 23 00
Jttiuary. 22.40 22.30 22 00 22."41 22.30
INTBRI >R RBCBIFTH
"Wheat. corn Oats
I Yesterday 1,403,000 344.000 421 000
! I.ast week 1,122.000 40a,one 42O.OOO
11,ant year 1,344.000 014,00ft 400,000
SRAROARD CI.KARANCRP.
Flour. When' Corn.
Yesterday 107,000 037,000 03.000
I.ast week 17.000 474.000 43.O0O
j l,a*t year T.ooo 447,000
KXP011T4 rnOM 4KW YORK.
Rxporta from Mew York yeatcrlny,
ind in September not before reported;
Wheat, 740,39# btt. : rorn, 42.404 htt. ;
1 ottta, fi.598 bit.; barley, 44.331 bn.: peas.
:URSDAY,V NOVEMBER J
BONDS IN STOC
WEDNESDAY, NOV]
1
Day's sales $15,2"
Vettr to date 4,078,9!
RANGE OF LIB]
(All Liberty bond transactions
Closing. Sales (in
mu. flaKea.i leia, jr.uuvs;
92.60 92.80 3 96 359 3?4s (1932-47)...
87.64 87.98 4.86 5 1st cv. 4h <1932-<
86.90 87.30 4.92 48 2d 4s (1927-42)..
87.64 87.76 6.06 160 1st cv. 4(48 (193
86.96 87.00 6.20 1.632 2d cv. 4>4? (1927
.. lst-2d cv. 4(48 (8
S9.26 89.30 6.05 1,832 3d 4V*b (192^..
b7.40 67.44 5.32 3,504 4th 4(4? (1933-38
96.00 96.02 6.52 921 Vie 4%3 (1922-2:
96.00 96.02 6 52 15 VJc. (1922-2:
2 2d cv. 4(4s reR..
.. 5 3d 4(ifi leg
.. .. .. 14 Vic. 4*4s res....
.. .. 5 3 (J s l eg
>
United States, Foreign Government, Ra
French Hep 8* AmTAT cv 5s CMAStP cv 5a It
receipts 2 04% 10 VO i
C 1001b 4 04% 48 69%
1....-..100U 4 9434 15 70
12 lOOlft 1 95 44 60% ]
14 1( 0 1 0454 C M A ^tP deb
1 IOOI4 1 95 4S
2 .... 100% AmT4T clt 5s 4 63
31 1C0U 5 70 5 ..'. ...6312 It
:: 100% n 79% Ohl MllAStP 4s <
9 . . 10014 3 70 13 08 li
5.... .10018 10 7914 10 08%
1 IOOI4 r, 70% 1925 II
2..... 100 2 79 1 SI
City of Bor- 1 7114 I . 8OI2
deaux 54 AmTAT ic is Chi M A 8t 1'
1 SO 10 ? "..% H<* !
City of Mar- 6 VT 2 891b
setlles (Is ATA SP(t?n4s C!il Mil A St P
1 80 1 70% CAP \V 5s
City of ITkri* ?* 2 761 i 1 98%
24 041a 10 70% Cbl A Erie 1st
1 04% 2 70181 1 70%
19 041a 10. .830 ,701s! Chi A N\V 7s
4 04% 2 701ai 9 103
2 5 04% 6 76%: 10 102%
1 94% 1 76% CANWdebl?2l
Dinted KliiBdra 1 6 70% 10 98%
ewa 1921 4 76t? ChiANW e* 4s I
1 977a ATftSKadlls; 1 87
0. 9734 2 60*4 1 83
G 97% At Coast Line :s 0 8513
1#23 | 1 102 I CftNW MllSpa
300 93 I Atl C Line 4%* it X ia
3 91% 2 77 1 77%
JO 98 8 77% Chi 11 ys 1st 53 Ii
5 Ms 1929 AtCoastTJne 4* 1 82% I
0..... 89 12 771-4 10 621 i | J
10 .8824 AtlnatlcPruit7s ChlRIftPRy 4?
3 8873 ! 77 S 7114
' ?H? 1937 1 77% 5 72
'27 803? 5 77 ChiBIAi' fd 4s
7 80% Halt ft Oblci ?s 20 80% I
6 8014 7 90% 2 C7
~,f, S0% 1 IHII4 ?..?30.,.<ie-l4
* 2 851a B k O 5* 1995 4. Otfi . .G6I3 I
20 80% 2 8884 J!J 67
2 80?4 3 631-4 0.830.07
1 8019 20 09% 3 07%
Br!KlanGov7M* 2 08% 39 07
6 97% 0 08 ChlOnSfn #MS I
0 07% B ft O cv IMs certificates
2 97% 1 71 10 100
1 93 3 71% "ChlDnStn 4M* I
f 2 97% 5 71 3 80%
7 97lg 5 71% Chlft W Ind 4s 1
1 9734 BaltftO gold 4s 4 59
2 97%j 1 89% 4 59% 1
Belgian Gov Us! 11 G9>%' 3 58%
1921 I 15 90%'Chile Copper 7s I
5 99%) 1? 89 I 1, 93%
* 1925 1 1 08% I 3 93% I
1 91% Baltftfihlo SMs Chllo Copper tls
3 91341 5 82%| 3 09
m 2 92 11 82% 24 08% I
ItallanGov 8M? BaltftOSW 3M* 10 98%
19 SO t "7% 3 68^4 I
Swiss Gov 8i I 2 "07g 37 08%
receipts j 5 77 1 6S I
12 102 2 707^ U 68%
3 101% Bft OPL R ft 8 6?%
2 ...182 w Va 4s S 03% 1
r? 102% 2a 60 ccc&fltL IMS
1 102 I 04% -1 ..70 I
2 ....1017B| 2 00% CCCftStLgm4s |
I 7 102% I 5 ?1% 1 09% J I
City of Bcrne8? 2 64% 3 09
certificates i BftO Tol&O 4s Colo In col tr '?
I 1 071ft) 1 8834 2 00
2 97 I 1 03% Col So est 4M? I
j tItyof Zurich!*I BeU Tel I'a 7s 1 73
receipts I receipts Colo South 4s I
1 07% | 11 101% 6 79
i 2 97%| 1 101% ColftHhAve 5s I
I 2 97%| 7 10l%i l.t. . . . .21
Cltv of Co pen- 1 101341 Col ? Tol is
batten 5V<1 2 1011s 3 60 1
5 7.OI4 "r 7 lOHa ComTabRoc 9s
| 2 74 Beth 8tl fd 5s 1 81
r,...... 73 2 -7714 Con Gas 8-yr 7s
Cltv Of Chris- 1 771a 2 10038
tlanlaSs 8 77 io IOOI4 1
2 OSI3 4 7714 2 100
4 os",4 Beth Stl 5s 1919 Cuba Cane S ev !
DmCan:ida5*$* 1 76 3 Htl
1921 llldn Edison Ss 2 8.Vty
1... ?7U 3 773| 1 . ... 86
10 OS I Illtn Rap i'r 7s 7, 831) 1
671*' 8 4213 7. .. 86
7. 07-V 2? 931j Dr! AH (told 7s 1
3 971a ft 43 2 104
4 Q714 ft 4)la Deli Hud M? 1
20 08 certiorates 1 1 70
1929 4 40 PrnftRUG-JS
2 OOTr 16 41 3 68I4
3 0034 8 42 I)en at Rio G 4s
DomCanadaSs 13 42U 11 ,6ft
1021 ft 43 1 67.1 a
3 OSSg certlflrates 8 04I3
1926 stamped Ij. .. .64
2 007s 0 38 8 <j|7g ]
7, 0034 7 381a Den A RQ fd Ss
1931 Bkn Cn El 1st: 13 ftoia
20 007g (tamped 10 00
1 01 1 62 i 4 401a
Rep of Cuba .Is Cent of Oa (is | 45 .... 40 '
1904 1 21 89 I 2 48.4s
2 76I4: Con Ga cn .Vs ! Detroit. On 4' ;s
| f2 76 1 87 1 |0 02'?
6 77 4 861a 4 63
* 7, ?7la C?n I.eather Js 7 o'2'g
i Rep ofCnbalHe ft On ETVAO dlv .3*
1.... c.3141 Cen Newl.nn4s 2 DO
1 631a 8... .r?~-Hsj EdlsnnElelUOo
Corn kxoh nnna. 40 4" 40 ,
(W-nornl Bier.... jnn. 80 fl* 4 5H
Ooldwyn IMo Jan. IS .. M .. '
Homo In* 1T0 IT* 1*4 (
t,*n'!"r?, F * f'.fiee. 80 3H 4H 1
PIihh (W TV)... 1* 18H 14
UPPBOVH* M 4 I* K I.OAif.
\VAifllMa+o!8, Nov. 24.?Tho Tnterstntl
i'nmmorco Comitllr. >n approval
to-day of a loan of if,,fifi?,47!l 10 tlio Boston
and Mains Railroad ror now loonmo- 1
tiro and othsr PlWfrmsnt, fho company 1
ttsslf to flnanro ahmit $1.512,000 to most '
thl Oovsrnmont'a Inan. '
CSof M'exlco S<i 1 72?s ?. 7:<M
r, . 44Ii 4 72'li Erie 1st con 4s
ft 4 *-Vt 1 728* 6 M"U
Dnralnmltrrh V '2** Erlecv4*ier A
4. 7?U *. .180.. .723* 1 42
3 7fi Cent Pac 3li? 1 ft 41U
2 7fila 3 771* fB ... -41
ChlneeeOoTt Ji Cent RR NJJs 0 40!a I
2 421* !... . . . .091* Erie CV 48 ?or H
1 421? Che* ft Ohio 8* 2 4Ha <
J*p?ne8el*t4W8 ? 1,3 R 44"J
3 74 V 2 ,,2n4 Erie c* 48 ?er 1J
li, 7ft ( A O CV to 41 2 40 1
BO . 74<h sr. K3ia' a 4 n
ft 7414 CftOcT4l.j4 ; 2 4Sla I
JtpaneeeMl'^ >0 7.17* Erie ten 48
1 74it 2 7:n, 1 . ..441 j
2', 71V 2 fft'al R . .. 4IU !
1* . . 7 111 1 ?JV 2.. . . . 4 V V
1 0 74#* I .737* I 44?4 '
I 2. . . . ? 731a n 441-2
I m ri.id! Chrs ft O 4'<* Erie Penn <"oal I
Japanese 48 2" 74'ai ?-ol tr 4*
21... 7,71 ( 1 741| T .... 721-2 T
1. .17 ?i 1 . . . 7 1-h fien Rlentrlr 18
1 ...171* 1 7434 1 * '>'4 '
2 ...,373*i n 74'* 2 w?l*
2 ,17 ChlftAlton J1!*, 2 11014
IB. (SO 37 2 .. 3ft 1*1 1 oilla
1>. 35 Oen Electric Si '
8 V f-ltlil R* 2. ..... . 3.17r 3. . 8.7
vi.? Chi ft Alton 18 Oa Midland 3s
9 02 10 2 r':l
Nintr*'?? oil.::::::J?*'\T..Norsiu
hv c*iQ JolnV, "r.V"! Vr '
" 1 IIOI4 llu'l ft Man M
1 4 ... - Ws 1* Rerles
Adam* Exp 48 30 t>?U 3 OO-'U
11 ... All 2ft I>'-T* 10 .. ?J|g
; oi'if > j
AI ink ft O cv t? I jrf n ft O III 4s 1" ,;,l4
Serins A | 4 . . .11 1 II
1 10 I 1 All., 1 OHaS
series P ' 2 01-'At
2 . iria J, HinKkMtn ??n
Am Asjr cv As 1 84 4 22%
3 (12 Chi Ot West 4? 2 22's. 1
3 91 ! X fi'U 1 22%
Am Cot till Svj ? 53 1 23
n. . ,.7d I I n?'a| 10 22%
AmAmeltftR m A St P ?m 'j* 2;% ?
3 .. *Bla ii(a 10 22*4
3 7.1%: , ri I .... 22
J..7A%|C * Sl p CT III OMitrftl Vi<s
A ?3n . .74% O M ft At P fd r. I'M'
7AU til Cent 4ft I Ml
A . ... 7.1 ! 3 ?>% A 72
Armour 4?{i i A 6t III Om 4* lis
a 7A% 1 6|l? 3... ('1% '
1 7.'.7h 12 . . . 01 1 0'
1 7r.i, 1 6<i3i 111 On M 4s *1
4 7.". 1 a 2 itoiv 1 7.114
SUBSCRIPTION RI0HT8
flights Yesterday's Tin 3fty'? t
I Kxplm Bid Ask Bid
Com Bdlson tine. 1 H "I H '
Con? Ts?tl1ft TWO T ... H (
!5, 1920.
:k exchange
SMB12R 24. 1920.
920. 1919. 1918.
1)8,000 $27,010,000 $9,844,000
91,000 3, .'24,400,000 1,717,680,000
SRTY BONDS.
subject to 1-16 brokerage.)
Net
Open. High. Low. Ijnst. Ohgs.
92.DO 92,80 92.50 92 60 ?.10
17)
86.86 87.40 86.86 87.30 +.90
2-47) 87.50 88.30 87.50 87.70 +.20
-42). m.ZV 81.OU BV.JO OO.UO ?.ill
2-47)
89.30 89.56 89.22 89.80 +.02
) 87.40 87.90 87.80 87 40 +.10
Ii)... 96.08 9C.14 90.00 96.00 ?.10
J)... 96.08 88.16 90.00 96.00 ?.16
86.90 86.90 86.90 86.90 ?.10
89 00 89.00 89.00 89.00 +.10
95.84 96 00 95.84 96.00 +.20
92.34 92.34 92.34 92.34
ilroad, Industrial and Other Bonds.
Hauls Stl 41 ;s N Y N H4H 34s SeHbdALfd4s
!0 771 a! l?S4 17 4'J
5 7K I 3 4.4 9oBellT.kTel 5s
8 7794 NYNH & It cv 2.... .7.81
10 771 jl SJfcs 1 . ...8CKU
2 77:141 2...... . 431^ SouthI'ac cv Ss
6 TS j N Y Rys adj 5.-> 2 11.1
4 79 2 15 < 11212
id Bill]AW 4s 5 434 1 11214
59 74 0 . 413 20 112
ldlanaSteel 5s 17 5 2 I i 184
1 .8914! N Y Rys Mis 1 Ill
sterb R T M 13 2r.1fc -*.0 |||13
6h I960 2.4 ... 2.4I3 10 111
6, .. . .. 52)4 N Y Tel (jiii 4><s 30 11114
3 62"8i 2 7.434 10 Ill
20 42141 17 7(1 20 Ulla
2 523,1 N Y Weatchesrr 30 1115s
3 S2I4 & Boston 4V<9 5 112
5 424tj 1 42 3 112l>
4 53 I 2 b7. 42 10 1125s
13 323i) Norf.tr W cv 6s IS 112 !.,
10 r,3 lit 102 i io ii3
0 52S4 Norfolk & W ii BonthPar cv 4s
7 53 1 25 701# 1!) 7(17#
15 52841 5 7014 in 77
1 527a I 2 7(1 23 707*
.4 529g 3 761a. 1 70 14
Ot M Marine 8s Norffk \V til v 4s 13 707#
6 7034 1 .....7(1 : South Par fd 4s
3 80 1 70U 1 75
8 7014, Norfft WPo<a44 1 7513
3 80 | 2 70. I 2 701%
1 7084 North Par 4'ss 10 ... . .75
(1 80 | 1 7sl >' 1 7.Mr
awa ('en 1st 5a 5 .. ..77 4 7 114
1 73 I NoHhcmPar 4s 10 .75
ImnCSofdSS 2 77 | 10 *30 . 7414
72 ; 2 771a IK 7518
4 72?4 50 77 2 75
5 721a, 11 771# 8 7518
2 727# 22 77 1 75U
fan City 80 34 NortbernPar.ls South Par 4s
1 0 53131 3 5414 ."> Tola
0 53UI 1.... .. .50 Sol'ac 8K tor 4s
fanCltyTrr 4sj 8... . 5584 1. 7i:i#
1 1 72I4! Nor Statos I'wr Southern Ry is
5 "2la 1st 5s Ser A 1 87
3 72! 4 R 70 3 .Stllij
0 72 Or 8c Cal 1st 5.4 7 87
iin#s Co 4s 3 S81# South Rygm 44
slumped 9. .s30 . .881# 3 507#
1 54 10 430....3.8 13 U)
-ark St I 5s 1028 OrShortldnc #4 1 5014
5 .0214 1 OK'U 10 693B
ack 8(1 5s 1050 Ore Sh 1. frt 4s IS 5013
77 1 707# Si and das 4s
cake K 8c Wist I 4 SO ' 9 85
1.. SO 1 801# Tex&Pac 1st 5a
-SAMS 4S 1 US I Ore Wash RRA I SOlj
16.. S45g| Nav fd 4s j ThirdAv adj 5s
,thl?h Val U 21 COlo! 2 3H8
2 9813 Pacific Gas 5s 2 31
5 08 j 1 773# B'O A.311#
.ehValconlUs 4 771 a; S 31
2 80 1 7734[Third Av fd 4s
TV of Pa con 4s Par Tel 8c T 6s 4 40
1 603# 4 81 TStLAW fit 44
dgtfett 8c M Tsl 3 8034 3 ... .15
1 104 I 2 81 Trl-Cfty R&LSa
3 10-fIo Padu 8: Mom 4s 5 807#
.ifttctt k M 5s 5 75'1# CnPac 10-yr 8s
6 T0**4 Penna 7s 4 Oflaj
.ong fsl fd 4s !? 10H2 2 loo
i 081 a; 3 10414 1 0914
X)U & Nash T-t 1 104!z 1 VO.Ig
4 101 PennS Ss 1964 I'nlonPacfflc 4s
1 10:1141 r, snio 2 8<>ia
:i lot I 7..... . .90 1 . 805fj
.on k Nash 4s IVfin Rtn 4' js A 12 s<>^4
0 8058 3 S07a 4 8078
xm 4 N StI.-.s; 1 si IS sW.. .soi3
3 5159 30 ?M| 4 S05g
j k N So M 4s | 20 81 1 80?4
1 fl?l'> Penn* 4H? 1??0 4 ..RON
1 00 | t .8918 8 807g
Mauhat Kv 4s Penna 4s 1943 CnlonPaccvis
> M | 3.. 82 0 8U2
stamped 1 Penna R E ii 1 8114
2 54I4' 25 9234 2 81
2 54 Peo & K In.* 2.. 8|ls
WlchStateTl Ss 1 30 1 81
1 Rrolj Poro Mar<i 5s Ai T'nlonPac fd 4s
Mlrtvale ft! 5s 1 83 I 25 73lz
7 72!y Pblla ?'o cv ?s> 10 733,
5 727m 1WJ 15. . 735s
1? 721'j' 2 . . . SI 1 Cn BH PP fsl
Minn & St 0 43 1 . 88ij I n Trust ctfs
i ... 4313'P Larillard 7* 5 31:14
MStPABSM 4s 2. 1051. 1 2H,
i so I .... io.-,vC8Realty*I '>?
Mo K* T?*4s P l.nri" ' *s , 10 85l;;
40 .... flOlot 2 .77 [ I PKllbber 743
i 0034 | Piita cin AOhii 6 P?
f. OOljl StLsn, fs A 7 98I4
15 0OI4' 10 . . 81 ; lj ... 977g
13 41012 Heading ?m 4,3: 1 ?8"|
1 60V 10 36 83 1 981M
3.. .J . . ooia1 3 81 6 98U
2 60 V Head JO clt 4s I tJ S Rubber Ts
Mo K * Tea 2d 3 01 i 1 0SI8
10 3?1y RlofirandeW'li 2..e.
j :i? ~ 1 0fi78 C 8 Rubber It
certificates , PI Arktl.a iHs 3 "5%
R 35 S or.ij 1 761a
Mo K * Tex 01 :: Wl 6 76%
1 52 I .....''?5l.i 1 7.*?1a
Mo l ac I* 1953 Rin land-fan is 5 75%
1 ft| 5. ttfll2 75%
Mo I'ac em 4s Stl.AlronM 8i| 20 . . ...7."i%
s : 4 S7?a i 7.MJ
20 547^I ) 87 II ... 75%
2 64% At I-A Iron M is 2 7."."g
1U ... .647*! 1 72 * 76la
2 5 IN. IV 721.' 6... 76%
2 , 641ai St I. A HF pm 5*i V S Rubber 7s
25 5414: I. . .85I4! 1 08lg
77 54%! St I. A San Fran | O 8 Stool ftf
27 541a Srrloi A 8 12.%
60 54% ? 81 1 b21j
J 641a 2 007>, 14 11254
10 64% 21 01 6 927*
MoblloAOhiois 12 61U 2 "3
it Oft I a 1 007* 13. 30...U2IJ
M&OPtl.AO 3 01 1 "2%
?rtrl 41itll 3 0054 2 o:t
I 74 0 61 84 02%
Mont Pur 8* 7 6078 2 '.'2i j
1 ft 2 BtLAftanFran 6 98%
Morrl*ACY> 414* Beric* B 2 O'.'lj
1 7:irio 1 74l.i Ctah Power 5s
1.. 731 . 10 74% 2 7K%
tush I'AStl. V " 74,'-?n -V' '
.0264 8tl A SsnFran la faro Th < ?
?a? Tub? 5s Series f 3 . 937*
? 811141 6 80% Valronl Ar : .
to A NF 1 1? 8tl. A SanFran t. ,*3%
8 . 74 *<11 ?s Vlrs'a MJH ttm
tewOrTrr Is I 10 04 2.. R7
1 r>1%| 0 0.1% Ylrrlnlnn Ry 5?
tO To* A Mi< S 04 4 ft'. %
2S 671a 2 03%| 1 82'a
10 5ft I 5 .. . . 84 1 83I4
0 ... 57% St I. A San Fran Wabash 7<l
t Y Central 7s Inc ?a 14 7<?%
receipts 8. .W| Western F.lec Ss
2 |02l| 6 fiOla 6 #37g
ft . 1021a 5 507* West Md 4s
8 1071* 3 M>.j 1 65
12 ..102 4.. 80% 3 64%
1 V On debts 3 60' 3 I 66
4 921# 21 a 603.1 40 65la
p 4 .80% I W est Pacific 1st
2 021a 1 6OI.1 3 ft 1
1 ''2% 2 8411a 4 "41'
3' 07% 0. Wl% I Al'i
3 ,,21 , Pt l.ohlsSW 1st in S30 vn4
t V l et) <1 - 2 t?% West Shore 4s
, 701 ? r. 10 711
? Y < en ,1, 0 is' StLoulsft W M Westlmrb-' '
I 7;?, 7. 02 wh?n Imiis 1
I Y CM con is| 2 oi'a #o -M
7 Oftll 2 ?214 15 0 47*
tYCenSKs SI 1.8W con 4s 63 ....96
11 00 ' 1 04 I3. ... ,4?61a
1 flftla 2.... .6.'% 0 047*
10 . . ?? Ptl'MA M MCis ! .. 05
tYConlty 4'*? 2 02 10 04 'h
4 77 ptPVAMen4s 1
t Y Hock is I Rai* WllsonACo1 1st
1 ?i4?U 1 Pi -ft
tYOasF.l.tll OanAAAPassJs ?
A P ts J JJ'lt 2... .. .^"8%
K *01a Wilson A Cor*
tY Has F.I. til Sa? Flor A W *s 1 ... 82'
A P 4s 1 I... 1007* 1 #2%
I .. 64la Srabd A I. a.l 1' 8 ft-'i
tY Ont A W 4? 3 lilt | 1 82N
1 ..01 1 38% WW Ontral
t V N II A H ? 387* ? ?77,
re IN 14 30
1 70% 7 3*1 J
Vi:W ntil lcu* COTTON MAltKi:T
Nrw Om.BAN*, No*. 24.?The cotton
narket was active to-day. with price
veil above the level of yesterday's oios'
it one time and well below at another
Wt rhnnaes for the day were lnsl*ntfl
ant. It closed 4 to R points down, a?
'ollows: Pecetliber, 1 &.s5 : January.
15 79, March. If, 75; May. ir, ?5; July
I5r>n. Spot steady: middling. jtTOd
It WON ATKII nr HHMA1IV
I.FATETTB, Ihd . Nov. 24.?R Rossr!
Kenny, who whm a first lieutenant of tb
American lied Cross In ltnlkan relic
work for seven months following th
iirmlstlr* received a personal cltattoi
rrom Klntt l">rdtnand of Romania, (rlvlni
lilm an award of honor Tor service ran
derad In Romania.
I
We w. ill suggest to 1
high grade Railroad
from 5 J-2% to 63^%, v
be attractive investm<
Corrctpondtnc
Kean, Tayl
Sew York
Atchison, We
Topeka & comi
C 9 V pani'
Santa he
and pect
Pennsylvania * cur'
Railroad
NEWBURGER.HENI
MfMtfRS OP NEW YORK & PI
100 BRO>
PHONE RECK
202 FIFTH AVE M25SZ 72 W. W
. -
DIVIDENDS.
Stock of I'ayIterord.
able.
Amer Rank Note pf. q, 78c.DeC. IS .Ian. 8
liordrn Co pf, q, jl.DO Pre. 1 Doc. 13
liotiion & Altiany RTt, 32.US. .Nov. 30 Pec. 31
Charles Warn?r Co of Del.
old, q, liOc .Pec. 81 Jan. 17
Cliar-lrs Warner Co of Del,
old, extra, 23c Dec. #1 Jan. 17
Charles Warner Co of Del.
new, q. rJV Dec. 81 Jan. 17
[ new, extra, 2.1c Dec. 31 Jan. 17
Charles Warner Co of Del,
: pf, q. $1 7" Dee. 'H J?n. 17
I Child* Co. q, $2 Nov. 27 1 Vc. 10
Child* Co, extra, !>Or.. Nov. 117 lev . in
, Child* Co pf, q. $1.7." Nov. 3" per. 10
Chirapo Telephone Co, $2. .. 1 >ec. 30 De . 31
i city Investment Co, $5 Dec. 10 Dec. 20
j Crucible Steel pf, q. $1.75.. .Dec. 15 Dec. 30
Hasten) Wigeottaln dec Co,
, pf, q, $1.75 Nov. 22 Dec. 1
' E I du 1'ont da Nemours ft
Co, q, $1.50 Nov. 30 Dec. 15
E T du Pont de Nemours ft
Co, extra. $2 Jan. 10 Jan. 25
E I do T'ont de Nemours ft
Co, stork. 2H?i Jan. 10 Jan. 23
E I du Pont ile Nemours ft
I Co. deb, $1.50 Jan. 10 Jan. 25
E I dn Pont de Nemours
Powder Co. q. $1.50 Ian. 20 Feb. 1
E I du Pont de Neinotlr*
1 Powder Co pf, q, $1.25 Tan. 20 Feb. 1
I Clobe Honp Co, q. $1.50 Dec. 15 Dec. 20
flioba Soap Co, extra, 50c...Dec. 15 1st. 20
Clobe Soap pf. q. $1.50 Dec. 1" Pec. 20
lliobc Sp 2d spl pf. q. $1.50.Dec. If) Dec. 20
Clobe Sp, 2d spl pf. ex 50c.Dec. 15 I.'ec. 20
Orasselll Cliem Co. q. $1.50.Deo. 15 Dec. 31
Orasselll Client Co. ex, r,0c..Dec. 13 Dec. 31
C.rnssolil Chctri Co pf, q.
j $1.50 Dee. 15 Dec. 31
I Great Falls Mfir Co. $0 Nov. 22 Deo. 1
i Ct Northern Paper, q. $1.50.Nov. 24 Dec. 1
("It Northern Paper, ex. $2. .Nov. 24 Dec. 1
Kennecott ("op Co, q, Bn..,Dw. 0 Dec. ai
Lackawanna stroi, q. $i.r,o.Dcc. 10 Dec. 31
i.ati rpti'v Vf(t Co. r-n. #2. .Nov. 23 TVe. 1
Montn"a Power ('",'0. 75c..Pec I Jan. 2 Mont
Dower Co pf. q. $1.75. Per. 4 Jen. 2
Nat Transit Co. s-a. 50c. .. .Nov. $0 Dec, 13
Nat Transit Co, extra. 75c..Nov 20 Dec. 15
Na"htln M'e Co, q,. *2 r-0... Nov. 20 Dec. 1
Northern Pipe I,ln? Co. ? a.
! $5 .- Deo. 13 Jan. 13
] parries* Truck ft Mot Corp.
I, 75c Dec 1 Jan. 1
! Pierre ("Ml Corp pf q. $2... Dec. 20 Jan. 1
Pittsburgh Plate Class Co,
' a. $2 Dec. 13 Per. 31
nttshurrh Plate Class Co,
stork, 20<* Pea. 13 Dec. 31
South Prnn OH Co. $3 Dec. 11 Dec. 31 i
; Standard Textile Co. q. $2..Dec. 13 Jan. 1
Standard Textile Co pf "A",
q, *1.73 ... .... Dec. 13 .Tan. 1
Standard Textile Co pf "17",
q, $1.73 r.Vo. 13 Jan. 1
Tonopah Belmont Dev. 3e...per 15 .Tan 1
I -nncr>M r ? n?i * o, Tn, . ,v
Wnrtlifnu*** Pump & MaMi
To. *\. $1T?n Tnn. R .Tan. 1"
p"Tnn ,f Marli
, *>f "V\ n. tl.TR TVr CO .Tnn. .1 j
\V iM'"toL T'"r? *> MnrT
??f "TV n. t1 r.n P*r. ?fl .Tar .1
WMMK *Hn? r. ! *<? ?
r-w - On. nf. 1. *1 7" N*"" 22 Poo, 1
To.VI PMpvnodo, t, *? Pro. f r>oo ;n
1Toldor? of old star' n-111 not roo?1vn dividend
until thotr oortlfloalo* havo horn ox- |
ohontffd for rortlfloatr* of now ?toeV.
EX DIVIDENDS.
i Friday: >
potawaro A Hudson .....122*
. Oroat North Oro. 2 n0
TTnckonmrk Wnfor ?7',o
Haekensfcck Water, pf
onto Oil ?1 21
Ohio OH, oxtr* 4 Tl
Standard on of V. ,T. f 9"
Standard Oil of N. .T . pf 1 ""
Standard on of v V | on !
1 ptnodard on of oiilo Son
P'oiidnrd Oil of Oltlo, rxtrfi 1 no ,l
;
UPTOWN OFFICE
Iitl. tnlnribua 1044
212 West 72nd Street
l.*1 floor* Watt of ltr"a<l<ra*i
"D'JSINESS will RO on; pessim
*?' ism will be succeeded by
ontimism. Far sinhted investors
8re now buying sound securities
yielding 0% to 9%. Suggestions
for your selection on application.
, C.tmerraHce armtinfi occrpttil on rrgrrfn
Wadelercplekrf
" terriers | M*-/irtJtoaf?ia
42 Broadway, New York
Branch Office, 212 W. 7 2nd St.
[tj . .. =5j
Chas. F. Noble
Oil & Gas Co.
It featured In the current Isaue of
"The Oil Industry"
4 Devoted to the interest of Investor* in
oil tecurUieo. Ftiblitlied monthly.
Free on requett
j R.C.Megaroel&Go.
I 27Puie Sfoeet-NecrteTk
"*"lj
S PRICIIITT&OQ J
Mcmben N.Y. Stock Exchange
I I
: SIXTY BROADWAY j
"| { NEW YORK CITY
|lj jl
19
???? *
i
ntercsted investors
bonds, yielding
i/hich we believe to
;nts at this time.
Jt
t I rut It J
or & Co.
Pittsburgh
t
have prepared a detailed
aarison of these two comes
which should be of init
to all present and prosive
investors in their seties.
Ash for Circular S-ll
)ERSON 6c I0EB
HI LA. STOCK CTCHANCI i
\DWAY
)R7060
"ST. Sll FIFTHAVf,AT43-?.
"THE ONLY NATION
IN EUROPE
UNBURDENED BY
A DEFICIT."
j J.lferiiry Digest, Ort. 30, 1040.
Czecho-Slovakia is the
j country referred to
I above.
1 Population of 13,000,000.
2. Area nbout equal
to Austria and
Hungary com
Lined.
3. Vast agricultural
and industrial resources.
4 Unique situation
as to debt.
' }Ye believe that there
are opportunities for
profit in Czecho-Slo- i
vnk investments.
I Circular and Memorandum C
on rcqucnt.
II !!
J.G.WHITE & COMPANY
INCOKPOBATElt
3? WAI L STREET, NEW TORK
, y.
WHITE, for carefully
selected list of
high grade Bo^ds, sell'ng
at attractive prices.
Government
Railroad
Utilities
Taylor. Bates & Co,
NEW YORK
Now York Stock EmetianfO
Now York Cotton Efhanyo
Mnln Offlco IJitown Offlro
100 Itrnndway Ifotrl Itelmont
It ctor 1110 Murray Hill ruttl
CHINO !
COPPER
A Jnekling property
?am All rnnftnllra
tion--?houlcf reflect
any improvement in
copper situation.
Special analysis ?
other features in?
Atl for a MARKET
<om en OPINION
R. H. MacMASTERS & CO.
Mrmhrr* Conootirtnted Stock KrrK. of If.T.
52-84 Broad St. New York
Phono: Broad ssaa. Pntfr* Ftrot Floor
CHIOAOO MILWAUKEE >EWUAVTi!?
3?oosmlt & ?on.
Founded 1797 f
Seneoned
Investments
?
SO Pine Street
New York
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