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Municipal Bonds
There are over seventy
u T v' iuuiuwpai wouw
listed in our Bond Circular.
They mature from
six months to forty-nine
? * years and yield from
3.90% to 5.20%.
y" Ask for Circular B-ll
&
Harris, Forbes & Co
Pin* It, Cor. William
NEW YORK
I@| v
Tax-Exempt Bonds
, New York City
[; New York State
^Federal Land Bank
"bint Stock Land Bank
Philippine Government
Territory of Hawaii
Government of
Porto Rico
f
All Issues
ad Bought and Sold
Ic
h
Barr Brothers & Co.
14 WALL ST. >EW TORS
? T.I Rwtor 4Mt
| -Huntington
Jackson & Co.
Railroad Bonds
43 Eickasga PIin, N#w Yarfc
FOREIGN INTERNAL BONDS.
Tiflins not In American dollar value*
Hid. Aiik
Argentine' unllal).. 5 Pent.. 1045 73Vj 7.V
i rltlsh Victor?'.... I Issued 1010 307 307
Canada ."H.Nov... 1124 00',4 001
Canada 5% Nov... 1034 110 100-'
Colombia 6 laaued 1013 60 t>3
French Victor?'... 5 Option 1021 33'4 r>?i
C oata Rica S Issued 1011 50 30
French 4 laaued 1017 42 44
1 'rencli 3 1031 32 .V!
l'reneh loan 5 Option 1034 43V4 46'
French premium.. 3 58 til
l'reneh loan 8 Option 1031 (10 62
1'elota* (Brazil).. 3 Iaaued 1011 52 55
Una II r<ls f I A 54 Feb.. 1026 1 3
I'ruguny 5 leaned 1010 72V* 74'
U. S. CERTIFICATES AND NOTES
Per Appro;
Month. Cent. Tear. Bid. Aaked. Yield
Dec 3'i 1022 00 31-32 100 3.5
Dec 41, 1022 100 100 1-lfl 3 8
Dee. 13 4*'. 1022 100 (M 100.08 4.1
March . 4'i 1023 00 15-16 100 1-HI 4.0
May 20.... )' 1023 100.38 100.36 4.0
.1 un" 3?t 1023 10S JOO 3.7
Pept 334 IMS 001, 11*1 3.1
.line 5", 1024 1014 102 1.4
Sept 54 1024 1014 101% 4.4
March .. 44 1025 100'4 100 0-16 44
Dec 44 1025 004 004 4.4
Vlan-h .. 4\ 1020 100?, IOO4 4.4
Sept 44 1026 084 ?t"? 4 1
Acceptable In payment of Federal Taxe
n the daten of maturity.
METALS.
October 28. October f
Bid. Aak. Hid. Aak
H?ad. epot. N T... 6.63 .... 6 65
Dead. November.. 6.tl3 .... 6.63
Zinc, spot 7.05 "13 7.05 7.1
Zinc, November.. 7.05 7.15 7.674 7.1
Aluminum 20.0?i 21.06 2o.no 21 '
Antimony 6.75 7 23 6.73 7.1
Fl"c. rop.. apot. ..13.36 13.75 13.50 13."
Il'c c,,|,.. O't... 13.50 13.75 13. .V)
Pig Iron No. 1, X
ti*llloon ........... 34.25 34.:
I * rittCM , MM *4
I PI* Iron No. 2,
I plain *ll|ron 33.2.1 .'>3.!
I Rose. Iron, Pltt? 33.50 ... SI..'
I Beat U!I>?*tn. Pitt* 40.50 to.
Quicksilver $72.00 ... $72 .(
Platinum, 5* ir $108.00 .... $108.(
Hatlnum $11fl.oo .... fflO.f
Platinum, aoft $124.00 ....$124 t
LONDON, Oct. Fallowing are the eloi
In* iiKtal quotation*:
t *. d. Chance*.
Copper, *ptt.... H3 2 ? tip 10*
Copper, future*. O-'l 15 0 tip 7* t
HalSpot 2ito ton*, future* 1,100 ton*.
TCIer. oop., epol. TO 5 0
BI?C. rop.. fut.. 7ti 15 O ,...T....
Tin. ?pot 1H4 10 0 up <4
flu. futiir.*... 1*5 0 n up '
Ktraltn 185 1" ? up 14 '.* f
Hair*?Spot 100 ton*, future*. WtO ton*.
l<enl, epot 20 10 0
Lead. future*.. 25 0 0
Spelter, *pot... "7 O 0
Spelter. future*. 3ft 0 o off 10*
EX DIVIDEND TABLE.
net. 31Norfolk
and Weatern pf., $1.f
P< uthern Hallway pf 2.S
Nov. 1?
American Bank Not* Co., 1 t.r
i\ Burn* llr"?. a, <1 2.P
T \ Hum* Pro*. A. extra S
I \ Hum* Hro*. B. *
f \ CI' etto Safety Kaxur Co.. q 3.fl
Pitt* A Wwl Virginia pf. q 1.5
\ HP lair Con*. OH pf. q.. 2.0
> Euperlor Ptrel 1*t pf. q 2.0
Superior Steel 2d pf, 2.0
Ixmpn ICIec. Co., q 3.5
Vacuum Oil 3 0
Vacuum Oil. extra 7 0
Weal I'enn. Co. pf. q 1.5
No*. 3?
I pr. <?ed Hteel Car pf 1.7
1/ Nov. 0 I
Con*olltlated Ga* Co., q 2.0
P.OV. TV?
i American Tobacco Co Jt.fl
Airmrlran Tobacco Co. U .1(1
Colorado Fo*l and Iron pf 2.r
Central R. R. of iN. J... 2<
International Harvester pf... 1.7
F. W. Woolworth Co., <1 il.t1
DIVIDENDS
V
Rtoelt of
Record. Payabb
nwiMd a pica. n n.,
soar.. q.. 11.70 No*. 10 IV<\
C'lrvaland A Pttta It. R.,
spec., cmt r.. q., *I Nov. 10 Hon.
Mnvae Wheel <"o., "fir ,.Nov. .'10 for. 1
^rnf? rap?r Co. pf , S.-A.,
-iHn on. rto Nov.
RK?|(iV<i AA KTKI.I,
\ II Hunter has cpltmnri ?? pp
of the Atlas Crucible .steel <
nany. Ho will continue as n dir. rc
end member of fhc executive cor*
mlttee.
L _
WHOLESALE TRADE
IS BEST SINCE 1920
New York Reserve Bank Finds
I'rioes. Wages and Interest
Kates Higher.
1 Four of the essentials of business activity?credit.
raw materials. labor anil
transportation. Indices of the relationship
between supply and demand?have
| turned upward during the past year, according
to the Monthly Review of the
, Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
The change In the direction of move!
ment haB resulted during the past
month In an uddttionul rise In Interest
j rates and In a further increase in the
; commercial loans of banks and the loans
and note issues of the Federal Reserve
Bank.
The Review continues:
"A year ago tho prices of raw
materials began to be affected by increasing
business activity, while wages
and money rates were still moving
downward. Advances in recent weeks,
however, have been strikingly rapid. An
Indox kept by this bank shows that
prices of 20 basic commodities are now
1 1 i nor ppnf hlirhAr than u vna.r ntrn
The Increases bring prices of raw
materials moire nearly In lino with
prices of other commodities at wholesale
than has been the case for a year
and a half.
"An index compiled by the bank of
the hiring rate of wages for unskilled
labor in this district, which represents
open market labor conditions, has risen
9 per cent, since July. This increase accompanies
a gain of over 4 per cent. In
the number of persons employed In factories
of New York State, which brings
employment figures above the 1914 level
for the first time In many months.
"The volume of wholesale trade 1b
this district was larger In September
than In any month since September.
1920. The index maintained by this
bank shows an advance of 10 per cent.
' over the figure for September 1921. Sep
tenib* r sales by sixty-four" department
: stores In this district were larger than
j In .September, 1919, 1920 or 1921. The
; gain over September last year was 16.1
[ per cent. September sales by the chain
1 store systems increased over those of
j last September in about the same proi
portion as did the sales of department
stores In this district."
/ "\
Average Bond Prices
Monday, October 30, 19SZ.
Mon- Net Week Year
day. t'lige. Ago. Ago.
10 Kails 84.78 ?.39 85.65 76.37
ifl lllfillatriula (Ml Ilk _L_ ill I Ml U \ (Ml It
5 foreign ...100.4(1 ?.10 101.43 97.73
5 I'llb. I til.. 89.87 ?.41 00.07 71.33
:t0 lloruls 03.01 ?.31 03.38 83.08
/
BOND NEWS AND NOTES.
The manner with which United States
war bonds and the new Treasury 4ViM
acted in the face of a generally declining
bond market yesterday probably
furnished the only feature of the day's
business. Speculative bond.1: were in
supply from start to finish and no demand
of consequence developed for even
the gilt edge issues, losses being chalked
up for rails, industrials and foreign
governments alike. The weakness o(
| the stock market was a depressing faci
tor. At first many bonds showed some
! sign of steadiness, but late, in the day
some issuer dropped to new lows, with
French Republic 7Vj.s under 9;7 and
Brazilian >s tinder par. In the railroad
I group Missouri. Kansas and Texas 5f
1J and obligations of the Chicago, Mil,
waukeo and St. Paul and ICrle sagged
1 noticeably. There were several excepj
tions to the rule, however. Industrials
dropped fractionally for the most part,
i but among puhllc utility bonds little
change was shown. The day's tota
turnover exceeded $13,000,000.
i William llatlH Co., Inc., 8*.
Kissel, Kinnlcutt & Co. and Otis &
' Co. are offering a new issue of $2,&00,00(
of first mortgage twenty year sinking
c. | fund G per cent, gold bonds, series A, ol
1 I the William Davies Company, Inc., al
? 99 and interest to yield 6.09 per cent.
V The bonds are dated November 1, 192"-',
r. j and due November 1, 194'.'. They are
;i redeemable as a whole on thirtv days'
notice at 1tt> anil interest up to Xovem4
her 1, 1932. and at prices decreasing one*
half of 1 per cent, each year thereH
after until 1940. From 1940 the bonds
are redeemable at lOOty and Interest,
;; Application will be made to list then:
* on the New York Stock Exchange. The
William D&vlea Company. Inc., was esI
tiibllshed sixty-eight years ago, and Its
bu?lnesa comprises a full line of pack,
Ing hou e products.
???
f. I Imrilmrnl Conditions.
i The market for bonds In the New
i^ I York Stock Exchange Is not a true Inindication
of investment conditions, acm
i cording (<> one authority. Listed bondt
have declined steadily for several weeks
1? while most dealers in unlisted bonds art
doing an excellent business. The head
!3 of a large Investment bouse said thai
last week his firm did more buslnesi
, than in any other week for some time
[5 Ho said that toward the latter part ol
the week h? knew the whereabouts ol
a large block of bonds and put In a low
^ bid for them, which was turned down
m The next day he raised his bid bul
*> found the bonds had advanced In price.
i ??
Two Bond lasaea "old.
td Subscription books for the $5,000.00(
Issue of thi Republic of Colombia's fivt
1 year fi'a per cent, notes have beer
' \ closed.
The issue of $7,500,000 of Amerlcar
i Smelting and Refining f'omreny firsi
mortgage 5 per <-ent. gold bonds also hat
'' be?-n sold.
ERIE ROAD TO CHANGE
ITS REGIONAL PROGRAM
?. Four Districts to Be Consolidated
Into Three.
<t
o
0 Effective f.n-innrrow the four region/
0 of the Erie Railroad Company will bf
consolidated Into three. The move, which
f, ha* been planned In the Interests ol
o economic operation, will result In th?
? rearrangement of the Erie system tntr
0 the New York. Ohio Md t'hlaiDo raflnn*
0 The New York region comprise* Krle'i
0 lino from New York to Huffalo. head..
quarter* being at New York, with Johr
J. Mantell, vice-president. In charge. Th*
ft Ohio region embrac> a territory frorr
Kent to llornell and Huffalo, with headA
quarter* at Youngstown tn charge ol
I, William A. Baldwin, while the fhlcagc
i region cover* territory served by the
'i Erie between Chicago and Kent. Head10
quarter* for fhla region will be In Chicago
In charge of Franklin O. Bobbin*.
Erie and Pennsylvania both starter
1 regional operation* soon after the tor1
mlnatlon of Federal control. T,ater the
t. i Erlo announced a policy whereby all
; shop work and In some case* ma'ntenance
of way work were leased tooutsld*
( firms on a? <uilmet basis. It wo* |earn?d
* at the company'* office* yesterday thai
with the e*c-rjtlon of the repair plant/
at Men h vlllt and Marlon no contract
worl e as ! hig >h>n-- on the syeteni.
The Indication Is Ihnt the Meudevllb
in i "hii lon 'hoi will h< eliminated
tt- conti oi shot A tit *oon as fepnlr work
k at the*, two plants come* mor- nearly
tbr>"i*t of tho situation cat -oil by t)i?
, " xlkotil u' the shopmen
1
*
i m . Xfe.
THE NEW YORK HERALD.
'bonds in stock exchange
MONDAY, OCTOBEK 30, lM3.
1923. 1931. 1I?0.
! Oay? sale* *13.104.000 *13.621.000 314,525,000
Your to date 3,167,811,000 2,669,873,000 .*,77r'.93?.00"
RANGE OK IT S. GOVERNMENT BONDS.
| ? Closing - Sales Net
Bid. Asked. Yield, (in 91.000), Open, High. Gove. Last. Ch'gt.
I 100.40 100.30 3.43 7a 3(4? (1982-47) 100.30 100.30 100.41' 100.41' ?.OS
1 a'a.s. reg 100.20 100.1*0 100.26 100 20 .04
07.90 98.30 4.14 2 1st < v. 4s 97.90 98.00 97.00 97.90 -.10
98.10 98.21 4.1b .. 2tl 4s (1927-12?
98.32 98.30 4.37 37 1st cv. ?(4s (1932-47) 98.18 98.32 98.18 98.22 ?.10
98.30 98.30 4.3s Tlx 2d cv t^s ( 1927-42). 98.10 98.28 98.04 98.38 + .18
4 2d cv. 4>io, 98.24 98.24 98.10 98.10
98.00 98.00 4.01 709 3d 4<4s (1928) 98.30 98.64 98.00 98.04 + .14
100.00 100.64 .. .. Int-l'd 414s (1927-42)
98.34 98.40 4.40 1315 4th 4>4s (1933-38).. 98.30 98.10 98.26 98.10 +.10
76 4th 4V<s, reg 98.10 98.30 98.16 98.30 +.20
100.30 100.36 4.00 211 Vic. 4S4S (1922-23) .100.30 100.32 100.30 400.30
10 Vic. 4s, f?g 100.00 1 00.02 1 00.00 1 00.02 +.03
100.04 100.16 4.21 600 fVlc. 4%s (1922-23(.100.02 100.08 100.02 100.04
5 tVic. 4?4h, rcg 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00
99.66 99.76 4.29 818 U.S. G.4%S (1947-52) 99.60 99.80 99.50 99.76 +.32
Uncalled. i-Called
FOREIGN.
Argentine 7*2" Be;nc 8" I94j 't lille 8s 1l)2i> 2."> 94 ;Jap 2d l+s 25'Kio de Janeiro
0 101(4 I, 108(41 a 102' i 12 94(4 ! 2 92(4 N f g Da 1948
r? 101* B ? s 1 102)4 ti i'4(4j 0 9214 S 98
6 101(4 1 102* 1 94*4 . 1 92(4 2 97V.
4 1UtV* ..o Mm IClille 8* 1944 1 04V 2 92(4! 1 Oh"
10 101(4 o\ 3};.. 2 103 3 94!?lJapln Cd 4s 31 Itlo de Janeiro
1 101 }XX*| B 102*4 1 94(4 3 79),l S? J947 .-ft*
2 101(4 , \r' 2 102V 3 94 1 78(41 1 93
1 101 A .'m'11, B 102(4 1 94(4j 2 79 1 2 97(4
1 KMC * 1 3 102). 1 11112. 2 7*U. I 07?i
28 101 1 ? i 1 102% 1 01% 2 1 07%
Argentine 5*45 1 f V Chinese UK l 94% 2 70% a 97%
1 81% V Jjy. i Ry Ds 1051 2 94 2 70% 2 07%
i gj* 34:::::::ioo * m rutchE*.?md u, a- iks 97%
1 01 .1 ?*ox' ^ t!r?-vr 1W47 j H8
Belgium 8? 41 ,V'''' inou & 52^ receipt* r> "0 Rio Grande do
1 101% ? *22? Christian!* receipt* o4V, 6 78% Sul 8s 1046
12 101% : too ?'?? 1047 S 222 2 70 1 99
8 101% i 'ft* 1 108% $ 3 78% 1 90
10 101 ? ,?9% , lOB-% ? ^ 1 78% San Paulo City
2 101% 7 1?" 8 108% ? 522 1 78% 8s 1952
2 101% ? inn'4 Copenhagen < ? 04 MaraellleaOs hi 1 98%
2 101 i a f 5%a 1944 Y 52 1 78% i? Paulo State
2 101 0 0 90% .J ~ 1 78% 8s 1930
1 101 Brazil 7%s % 80% 9 94U J 7S-* 1 00
2 101% coffee In 52 0 90% 7 Jjl* 5 78% 1 98%
1 101% receipt* 1 90 ? o7u Mexico ta 1951 1 98%
1 101% 5 87% 2 00 s 94 # 00 1 ?8
8 101 1 87% 2 00 2 04 1 49% Peine 7a 1942
2 101% H 87% Cuba 5s 14-49 ,? 5; Mexico 4s 1954 10 86%
8 101 1 87% 5 90% J 1 37% 2 86
2 101 7 87% Czechoslovak French 8a 1945 2 58 1 86%
Belgium 7%a45 " 87% 8s 1951 J J*} [Netherlands 10 86
1 101% 15 88 certificates 7 98% 1 lis 19i? 1 86%
1 101% 10 88 3 92% 2% i!8^ receipts 2 86%
2 101% "> 07% 1 92% 4 99 4 7 86%
....101% " 88 Denmark 8? 45 1 00 2 93% 1 88%
% 100% " 87% 1 100% O 90 I (i 03'.fe 1 10 80%
1 101% r. 88 ! 1 llrt'% } "PHi 2 98% fiolsiions 0a 30
10 101 large bonda : 7 108% 10 00 , g 93^ 3 7?%
2 101% 2% 87 Vi 1 108% 3 00 1 03% -1 JJ7j
2 101% 2% 37% 1 109% 4 99 ? m 3 78
2 101 Brazil i'Pn K? ? t09% ? 09 jj 93% 11 <8
J . ..101V4 7? 19V> t-?nmark Oa l.' 1 98% 5...S0.. 93% INeden 6? 39
' * 87 M 93% -> p*% 1 9?% ? 102%
2 101% 10 gnu, 3 98% 4 98% 1 93% 1 102%
4 100% J"> ?"H i 98% 17 08% 10 03% B 102%
3 \017? Canada 3%s 29 a 9Sa, 1 08%%. 24 102%
f::;::::ioi ? ?!S o y > ?*?
0 100% J, 1 98% French 7%s 41 j g 110% Swlsa 8a _ 19-91
Belgium 0a 23 7 }2},, 1 98% 2 93% 13 110% * }}S
1 95% } }"} 7 98% % 03% a t Ok Vn Kingdom
5 93% ' 10}. 1 9*% 1 95% 19,'r1-i . cv 5%a 1929
5 93% 10 1OI % 5 93% J 03% c^:rtlfica'?!' 1 90 108%
1 95% Canada Ga 28 2 98% 12 95% JW 1 108%
3 05% 1 99% ? 88% 1 95 * 25 108%
2 03% 0 99% 7 98% 20 95% "? 23 108%
Bergen 8a 46 r' <*'? S ! ^ * ;iiSo ; }g?.
1 109% Canada j Be 31 * ; * ? ' ^ 4 ltKI jj?
' 4 109 ? 09% T, ;!2ia '2 P''* 7... . inoul , i^(n
IHH, ' 1 OKI JM I i i '?" )
1.5 i/i(i " ,.ai |Denmark Mun 1 95%,Prague 7%s ,72 Un Kingdom
7 I,,,, h ii.i *I ser A 194K 1 9.", , certificates 5%s 10"'"
I..... .109 * .3 , 4 108U 7 93 ; 2 70 2 101%
Bolivia 8s 1947 ? "' ! 1 108' , 11 94% 0 70% S 101%
4 05 'c ' Denmark Mun 5 95 j 10 70 7 101%
2 95 Canada us 32, Hcl- u 1940 ? 94% 10 70 I 4 i02
1 95 2 98%, 8 108% 2 04% 5 75% 1 1 101%
1 93% 4 98% Dominican CA ? 94% 13 75% 1 101%
1 93 ?6 08% 5%d 1942 Haiti 6s Mr A 1 70% 0 101%
1 2 9.1 1 J8-j certificates 1932 Queensland 4 101%
1 03% J 98% s 88 when Issued H f 7s 1041 1 102
1 9o% 8 08% 1 88% 10 96% 4 108 4...s7..101%
9 90 1 08% c 87 5 96% 3 107% 11 102
1 1 95 1 98% Dominican CA 21 96% 1 108 Uruguay 8s 46
I 2 94% 1 98% r>s 1938 11 9?% 2 107% 1 105
Bordeaux 6s 34 " 1 93% 10 90% 107% 1 105
.3 78% 1 08% J C3 5 96% Queensland 5 10.,
' 2 78 - 98% i >utch Hastlnd Italy ?%s 1925 6s 1947 Zurlqh 8s 1943
1 1 78% Chile 8a 1941; 40-yr Hs 1962 , 2 1)5%, 1 100%! 1 Ill
i d 78% l..?7...102 1 receipts 13. 830.. 95%: 1 100% 1 110%
4 78% 5 102% 2 94% 1 Jap 1st 4%s 25 1 101 ! 4 110%
2 78 ? 102 I 8 94% I 10 92% 5 101 j
| r, 7s ! 10. 102%' 2 94% 1 50 92%: ' 10JU I /
DOMESTIC.
i New t'orli Oily Ati Coast I/lne! Bur C ltup & ] Chi Ind & I.ou C C C .t Sr U.Det Biver Tun
I 4s 1939 | t, 3 N 4s 521 Nor 5s 1931 1 gen Hs J9H0 ref tVs A 19291 let 4',_? 1961
. 2 90% i 25 81 % I 5 99 | 1....... 83% 5 101 1 89%
1 ? | 3 81% Bush Ter Big! 1 84 ; 1 100% [Dot United By
j AjatC Hubb' r r.tidwfa I.oco 1st 3s 1960 | 1 84 t 10....... 1*11%, CV 4%s 1932
' 8s 19,''6 5s 1940 1 9374 Clil Mil 4 Puget 10 101 ! 2 85%
i 1 1 98%j i 103%i 1 95% I Round 4s 1949; Cleve lUn Ter|Dlam Match
1 98% Baltimore & O.Cal C.as 4 lii 1 70% 5%s 1972 ? f 7%* I.ct5
' I Alaska Hold M; 6s 1929 I ref 5s 1937 Chi Mil 4 St P 1 103%' 2 106%
i deb li 4a 26] 2 100% 1 9,i*% I cv 5s 2014 | 2 103% Donner Steel
1 8%! 3 100%! ' 06% ' 1 748?| 10 103% j 7m 1942
. |Ani Ag Cl.emI 2 100% Canada North j ?0. 74%] l ia'1%j 1 03%
. iVira i niw'-. ? * ?. - - *:
1 12 102) i 4 UK)',; } 113% u 741*! i lWi1 11)27
1 102%! 2 100% ' '* ij 1 1?4 -
j 102 ;4 3 100 * 1J# 1 '4 Col Industrial ji'n Porit EldeN
1 io:i' 4 100% Canada Nortli 8 73% 1st 5s 19.'14 10-yr 7%s 31
Am Ag Cherti 1 1001-. 6Vjs 1946 V - "s'ii 1" 1?8%
1st <:v 3? 28' 1 101 " ? Chi '*' & st ' iColorado & So 1 108',,
1 07"4 Baltimore & O *J !!!!i* '-v 4'*" ' ext 1935 i 108%
1 08 re f A 5s 1995 j J'OH ? 12",1 j 88 ? 108^
Am 8m & Kfcl 10 WH!- 1 *b"*W ? 12SL 3....... 88 I 1 108%
let A 5* 1947' l.... 86K Can Pacific J ??% Columbia Uas Duqrosne l,gt
> 94 I 8 Mi" "? Perpetual 1 09%, A El 1st 5s 27 7%s 1930
1 94% i 1 80 * 2 * 06'i 1 10714
5- 04 Baltimore to O J go* ^ 1 uS1* I J2JV
,$ j?*: 3? t::::: j rM"%t %u\ WW
2:; j?%i?? ? ?::::::: SS"; ?::::::: ?4M::;:::: 8*
F::: $! sig I::::::: 8$ i lt.v.'.y. ^|Cof??r,%7 F::S
'. )?; " ' sii 'Carolina CI * . 2 0'\4; 8 P0'.?; ] 102%
?3v n:::::: SI omo ? n?? 1 ? . ! 2...*?% x ;;o-y
0. 94 : 2 Slu 1 - ? ?'-I J,ab Hc 1 102%
*s?ar c? wrsa8|<&-?ii?? fc::::: Sf m.FX.Itz?
" in- 1 1 r,u. ?? 1031 1 84% ConaolMation i. . .100
, T i 2J fJS 2 89% 6 64% I coal 5s 1950 \ ?1
' n jU5? t 2;.!' a 89 1 04 i 2 90% 5 100
?. JJK*! { Cent of (4a ! 1 63%: 2 90%, R ;}?(
- 5?.. 10-yr to 19211 I 4 5 Wi.Vmnir. n t t
,oa ! 1 |2.1 3 99*! Chi Mil AStP 2 90*1 15-yr 7*e37
I 1H.1, I \ o8/* 5 100 : gen 4s 1989 Consumer# certificates
4- Jrjo 4: RsLitimAr* n *'?n* lA*ath*r . ft T4 Power 5s 52 \ Qja
M 25 5 ?ft5k lKt * i Ch! Mil AHtP When Isaued ) ? ?m
At^Tei * Tet J g|H| '10,d * gji? "5 ?* ? ? g"
7 "s ,e??s Baltimore To" cent picif^ o::::::: "4 IB...:::. tt<? k::: ::: gg
1 }}? a w rnJ^oel ?* 1049 1 1 82 ? 2 9"'^ 1 93U
} i}?., 8. W mc" l 87 , ' 87V* Crown Cork & r, J,:.,1
? "v A P25? 8 .97 ! 4 IK<1 Peal 6s 19-12 , 4
An?,TeI1*Tel 7 02 ?! 3 87 Chicago * NW 2 04* { 09 4
CUT.. 1948 92', ? i 10 yr 7a 19.70 7. ,?4* {
4 0I?" A 02 2..#30.. 80H 1 WV4 fj 04r? J 3^
1 18 97T?I * jWU) 3 ?T I I., 108 2 IT. 7. 0'.*
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i nil1* I, 4 ! Hhl 4s 1954 i 4s 1987 , 1?' C.t 8s J! i 'l ?
. 2 J7i?! Bait 4 O Tol 83 > ??H 2 107* I f;?4?
A C 4s 105U Cer de Pm. o I Chicago Rwysl 1 10714 A ^
t i j"*! - 80 Copper 8? 31 l?t 5s 1927 Cuba Oano 8u ; "4 *
r I ?7* pa.ne.lall Cor 5.7. ..120 2 79 cv deb 7s 30 Kl5"? I4.
1 02 8e aer A 1931 11 119 1 79* 1 8.3* Ed? ' ?" 80
; J ?ZH| 2 ,or> 4 8 79 2 8-.* 2 J?4
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. VI"1.1, 2 103 tH.es AO 5s 3^ 79 stamped 8% Si i~.? n
.1 * Jf. I 1 ">5 o 101 11 78* 3 88* 7 m '
cv 4H? 193.1 Bell Tel of Pa ches A Ohio 1 78-., 5 88 W
i2 *. -, !10^*! 7? 1045 ret & 1929 5 70 1 87?i ' '!;[H
Am Tel & Tel 20 108* r, S?4* Chi Sit Pac - 87'? 7
? cit4?19? | i 108* Ches A Ohio gU 4 . 1988 2 ?!}' J ?
1 9i | 5 108* cv r.s 1940 J, K2 I 1 87? i n?.
, 1/' 90* Beth Stl da 48 1 9?* I aSrJ 4 87 I 88'*
1 33 "OS a 99* I.".." 96* ' " ; ,5 iCuba n R Co J
5 90% 1 9.1* 3 98 Chi 1R t A Pao: ist 5? 1052 Isrie cv 4s A S3
' *0 90*' 2 99* 1 nut; '*f ' 10e4 ! 1 8(1*. 4 40
25 :?0*4 '' J?'? i 1 Ci-,74 H4 1 I 40%
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Ant wiv A E: in,* o.t* 14 s;t*; 71:,??or a sa Ertecv4sDM
I cZt Pg "'Si " ?9V Ches A Ohio i; ? . ? ?rtlfl-ates i " fl
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1 83* ext 5s 1926 1 .. .. 88* i 5?'ai 1 107 I ^>*
r Am Writ Pap jo 1* 5..caah. M Cumberland T' JJJ11
! l?t 7-?e 1939 I, . ^v!l 2 nn* 5 M8'4 A Tel 5s 37 I J 30 ,
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. i ?;i% l N8??i * cn im ijiju i"-i a* y ?
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l?t 4*,4? lO-W'Br'h Steal ref Ch?? * Ohio Chi LTnlon Stiij 2 l0,Hi i* ,<sn ^ JM'
10 P0J4 :,n 1042 - B, ,\ 4U? 1002 1 4*4a 1003 1 uwlfc, 2 .".2
3 M I (HJ l.? ? W , I. om'Dol A Htidaotil 2 MH
1 90*4 Brier Hill Stl 2 WIS ' 01 i ov ?' !&35 }. 5' '
? OOHj l*t .V,,* 1042 T 96V I 1 91% 1 00 i - M
1 1M) ' r**4't;lptp Chi i AJton i C3i1 Union Stti 2?? 2 ? /?
A tell T I 8 PVj 2'J tOO 7U4p 1050 to H 196.1 10 99'% # *1
gen 4h 1095 Hktn City 1?R 1 31 1001;. 5 l?8V * Jt
I 1 *8 5* 1041 8 no*, Chi i W lr.ll ' 2 08 \I 1 ..1
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1 88 liklu EdlaonCo. a. 81V. I ? 75 1?e rel 4n J" j J 61%
21 88 5i A 1940 1 11U Chll? Copper j ' 87'4 * '1
m 094 2 934 4 . .tou ev 7a 1923 l""> Rlv Rig i - "O.;
1 88 Hkln KdlaonCol 1 ;tn 4 ions A HR 4? 10.101 12 Ml
'? 88 ; 7a C 1930 Chi A Alton | I 108% I 01*4 Krle A Jersey
4 08 it 108'., ref 8a 1940 19 OKI I'm A Rio (I ?. 19>5
7 88 ftkln r.dtaonCO 5. 94 7 108 il'P 08 1929 4 9,'.
1 88 7* D 19411 I MJ!, I 10 IO.-> 3 *34! 1 98
2 87', :i 107V 1 .... 63 I 8 103*4 2 83*4,Flak Rubber
8 87-, 1 107V Chi llur A Q I 5 105% * . 834 l*t 8a 1041
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I a.lj if 10?f. 7* 1021 | 6 08 ! 10 105 1*1 ">f 38 .55 Framarlcan In
I atamped t J<* 03 Clil Bur <i (J Clilla Copper; 3 31 i ?*V >% 1542
I 1 82 | 1 92*4 K?n 4n 1058 to* 1932 I 8 MS J 00
I MS 3 9314i Y 88'.; ! 2 95 t 1 80.4
J1!74' 8 ??% . . 88 2 H4>, 1 Ol'i * l?l
Atcii T * h *? i 02%1 :t 3s% * 04*! as ni% i oo
T 8 L 4*I SO 5 02% Chi Bur t y j 18 04 ( 97 fiU? 1 00
........ 8fi% eartlflrat"* III 3H? 1041' I 10..' 08% 4 51 | 1 Hi
Allan A Char 3 01 | H0*i I 5 08%' 10 01 j 3 . 00
1 fi" 1044 i ' 01% Chi A Baet III i 2 03% Den A Hlo CI Oen Electric
I I 00 certificate* j con 8* 1934 20 93% 4* IMS I ?* 1040
08 etamped , i 107% ? 03*110 70% | 3 105%
All Coajt Line 1 88% Chi A B?*' III 1 93% Hery DO Corpl 3 10.V,
10-yr 7e 1930 tfklyn Bap Tr1 0* ion 2 93*! 7a 1042 ! 7 100%
I . 8 103% fin 1043 ! g 82' I 1 03% 1 00%' A 103%
Atl Coaat Line 1 83% 3 S2>, 10 93% 2 100 2 105V,
4%n 1004 1....... 08 4 .... 32V, 1 05% Detroit Bdletm 1 105%
1 10 38% llklyn Rap Tr 3 32':. 13 03% t|* 1940 . 3 103%
: | Atlantic llfng 4* 2002 Chi tit Went Clli Oaa A K1 8 102 fi 103' .
fio 1087 1 01% 4*1080 i 5%n 1081 1 101% 2 105%
I >4% Bklyn T*n K'.ev a fiO% 2 00% a }01% Oran.1 Tk Hy
1 08% tat fi* 1950 ' 1 50% I Clern fthnrt L Detroit Billaonl 7* 1940
2 03% 1 35% 4...28.. 50% 4%? I9?l i let ref 5* 40 3 118
0 08% 1 85 14 00%, 1 00 . 1 ?T ? 112%
2 I>8%; Bklyn Un C,a? 8 50% I 5 05% 1 97 J 1 112%
'4 07% Bold 7a 1032 1 30%
5 07%' 1 114 1 noV
5 2.. ...113 i 3n Continual) on Folloolnir Pago.
I
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER S
PENNSYLVANIA ROAD,
SHOWS INCOME GAIN
I
I !
| Revenues During September.
! Offset Higher Expenses Compared
With 1921.
I !
The Pennsylvania Railroad C.'ompuny |
I reports ii't railway opcruting inouni'j
j for September of $0,?i*3.53S. tin Inoieas ;
| of 111,450,687 over the same month la>t |
J year. Total revenues for the month
were $60,712,345, a sain of $10,321,600. j
! urliiln Nivncktiamc CltA il'JT i'i t ? mi I
increase of $8,443,676. There were reductions
noted in expenses for trafi
fic and general items. All important
. items of revenues sliowe.d gains for the
i month.
For the nine months ended September
1 30 the Pennsylvania Itailroad reports
a gain of $5,881,973 in operating revenues.
the figure being $459,752,494.;
while expenses wen reduced $24,902,152,
the outlay for the nine months being
$375,621,280. Net railway operating
income for the first nine months of
the current year amounted to $56(712.505,
an increase of $32,911,615 over the
corresponding period of the previous
year.
The West Jersey and Seashore Railroad.
a subsidiary of the Pennsylvania,
reported a net railway operating income
of $232,752, a gain of $62,644 over 1921
and a net for the nine months amounting
to. $1,147,507, an increase of $524.159
over the same period of last year.
Based on the reports thus far railroad
officials are prepared for low figures In
the final returns for September. An estimate
of $50,000,000 for the month Is
heard although nothing more definite
than a comparatively small number of
statements Is available for the prediction.
Net In September, 1921, was $87,174,000.
Necessary to earn 6 per cent,
on the capital Investment Is an aggregate
net for Class 1 carriers amounting
to $118,000,000 for September.
Following are reports submitted yesterday
to the Interstate Commerce Com- j
mission:
GREAT NORTHERN.
1022. ltd.
Kept, gross $1 1,180,139 $11,025,234
Net. operating Income. 1,8.10.120 8,128,755
Nine months gross 72,810,074 7<>.078,141
Net operating Income.. 10,084,242 4,212,635
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE.
September gross....... 0,534,403 10,200,127
Net operating Income.. 1,270,741 1.479,048
Nine monthe gross 90,184,839 87,063,706
Net operating Income.. 12,983,107 001,293
ERIE SYSTEM.
September gross ...... 8.278.015 10.241.108
Net operating deficit... 1,790,000 +810.123
Nine months gross 74,201,843 81.732,803
Net operating deficit... 1,257,288 +1,937.390
CLEVE., C1N., CHICAGO, AND ST. LOUIS.
September gross 7,200,000 7,111,623
Net operating Income.. 198.997 1,278,838
Nine months gross (11,379.087 60.038,HPS'
Net operating Income.. 10,235.491 5,074,399
liOSTON A VII MA TV I.'
September gross 7,072,244 7,130,.127
Not operating Income,. 540,650 772,801
Nine months gross &8,474,024l 57,031,223
Net operating Income.. 5,124,805 *2,200,009
ATLANTIC COAST LINK.
September gross 5,260,034 4,440,867
Net operating Income.. 1,024,367 12.077
Nine inonthH gross 51,464,507 49.790,33(1
Net operating Income.. 10,830,0(18 2,073,21(1
SEABOARD AIR LINK.
(September gross 3,700,004 3,326,66:'
Net operating Income.. 320,490 108,573
..Nine months gross 32,734,320 31.057,4.7J I
(Net operating income.. 2,724,181 800,061
I DKTROIT, TOLEDO AND 1 RONTON.
! September gross 000.130 621.217
Net operating deficit.. 383,007 01.761
Nine months gross.... C,U67,7IO 4,781,210
Net operating income. 5,650 352,447
CHICAGO. INDIANAPOLIS AND
LOUISVILLE.
September gross 1,347,675 1,360,979
I Net operating Income. 112,001 222,234
! Nine months gross... 11.587.330 11,324,841
Net. operating Income-.- 1,136.256 497.574
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS AND
OMAHA.
September gross 2,497,933 2,687,153
Net operating Income. .'133,103 594,334 '
Nino months gross 20,608,862 20.817,151 j
Net operating Income. 2,501,374 837,986 '
PRODUCE.
| llllTKR?Creamery, higher than extras,
pound, 4Pa49>4<:.; extras. 92 score, 48a48fec..
firsts, 38(-ja47c.; seconds. 30n37V4c.: lower
| grades. 34a35'ec.; centralized errs" 30 score,
41 '?.a42c.. 89 score, 39a4(Kn; 88 score, 58u
I 38'Ac.: 85 to 87 score. 3()a37'<io.; unaalted,
I nlaher than ?vi .
... ? ?-, 'sv.. extras, w-|
score. M?',ja.",Oc.; firsts, :?Via4S4c.; seconds, I
S7a38</ic.: lower grades, :r>a<Mc.; held or |
storage creamery, hiRli scoring, 44V4a4.V.;
extras, 43Via44c.; firsts, ,,tHa41SV]<*.; secotids,
' UHndT'ic.; State, dairy tuns, finest, 4tt?; i
| 47 Vie.; good to prime, 41a4,'i'/4c.; common to
: fair, X'la40c.; ladles, current make, extras,
I ;!4'/4a3.V.; firsts, 33a34c.; seconds, 31 Via I
I 33?*.: lower grades. ,10a31c,; packing stock,
I current make. No. 1, Xlc.; No. ::, 3t".: lotto"
i grades. 27aWe.
i ? IJKHtslS?New York State flats, June spei
ctals, pound, 2tf>ia27c.; average run, -."tic |
1 -Be. 1 N?W York State flats, fresh specials, |
1 -t,Ua-7c.; average run. 25i,ia'2rte.; Wlscon1
sin. double Palsies, 2r>V4*20e.; single Daisies, |
2c%a26c.; Young Americas, 2t$V?a28V?c.
MibS?Fresh garnered extras, uoaeii, tila 1
I 65c.; extra firsts, hBaBOc.; flists, 4oaS4c.;
| seconds, 84a44c.; trade tggs, 2.,a2t'e.; fresh
. gathered dirties. No. 1, 2.>?27c,; No. - tin>l
I poorer. 20?24e.; checks, poor to choice, dry.
IMalMtc.; refrigerator, extra firsts, charges
! paid to expiring dates, 30a3Sc.i firsts, 27a
i29c.; seconds and poorer, 2:ia2tH4e.; chocks,
local candling, lkadOc.; refrigerator tvhltes,
nearby, 32a42e.; Pacific Coast. ,72n42e.:
other Wostern. UOaJoe.; refrlgerrftnr oil immersion
plocoes, nearby whites. ,'yafiOc.; TaI
clflc Coast, whites, H'alTc.; Western, broom
! and mixed, 32a.'t7e.; fresh New Jersey hennery
whites, lines lulled, extras, dkalKlc. 1
ti'Srby hennery whites, extras, local candled,
92c.; nearby and nearby Western hennery
whites, average extras, 82a8do.; extra flretu,
77aB<ic.; firsts, 70a73c.; nearby gathered
whites, firsts to extra firsts, 70a78c.: under
glades. ,r>2aH0c.; pullets' eggs, t.'iailfc,; Pacific
Coast whites, extras. 82aH.V ; extra
firsts, 7?aXOr.; firsts, 7ln73c.: pullets. 4-*>n
67c.; other Western and Houthern gathered
whites. 49a(10c.: New Jersey hennery browns,
7.la80e.; other nearby hennery browns,
t>c? 78c.
FUl'ITH Apples, basket, 73e.uftl.50; barrel,
$2a7.SO; Washington, nox, ?l.uOa.l.Mi,
British Columbia, box, $1.75a2.5ti; vrap*' .
busktt, 30a 73c.; iiear*. Rartlett, basket, *la
2.30; barrel, $3a7; Meckel, barrel, $4a?.5o;
banket, *1.23a2.75; Kief for, barrel, 8i.5"u
3.30, basket, ,">Oa7."c.; quinces, bushel, 76c.u
1.75; barrel, $2.50a3; plums. State, 4 riuart
basket, 20a25c.; busbel basket, 50c a$1;
prunes, 4 pound basket, 13a20c.: cranberrlse.
early nlaek, half barrel box, ?at?.,V>; barrel.
$8al2; bushel box, $2a3.23; late varieties,
half barral, $5.i0a7; barrel, $12.50al4;
oranges. California, box, $2ul2.SO; Florida,
box, 3n 10; pineapples, I'orto Klco, crate,
, fruit, Isle of Fines, tan. 30*3.23; I'orto
HIpo, box, $2.23x41.23; Florida, box. $l.73a
) #1.30; limes, barrel, $7a8; lemons. California,
I box, $3.10, pineapples, F.,rtn Itlco, errti .
I Sl.75a7.23; Cuban, crate, $1.50*4.50; Arocn la
pears, Florida, crate, gdaM; Casaba
j melons, crate, $1.75a.';.23; ostrich ?gg melons,
Western, crate, 30c.a$2; winter watermelons,
j mite, $2.Mi.
' FOTATOKM?State, 180 pounds, $2.35; NoJersey
(Hants, St.3oal.tKl; Long island, ISO
! pounda, $3?.'l.23, 185 ponnrls, $2.73*3; l'o
! pounds, $2.83*2.75; streets. New Jersey,
: basket, 30c.a$l.23; Kastern Shore, barrel,
I $t.l2al.23; Delaware and Maryland, basket.
; Mia 70c.
mi'LTRV, DRKNSKD?Chickens, Fresh,
nearby, 23a40c.; Wtelent broilers, boxes,
' 23u40c.; barrels, 23a32c.; fryers, boxes, 23".
52c.: barrels, 23a28c.; Western roasters,
boxes, 23a.'Mc. i barrels, 23a32c.; frozen
roasters. 23*81c.; fowls, freeh. Western,
bnxce, 2Ia33o,; barrels, 2Ia34c.; Iced, 20a
132c.; old cocks, fresh. I7a21c.; turkeys,
ifr-sln 35a8,V.; frozen, 40a33c.; ducks, lone
Island, spring, 30c.; frozen, 28c.; geese.
Weatertt, fresh, 2oa22e.: frozen, 15a 18c.;
equalis, while, dozen, $3.3089; dark, $2.30a
3. guineas, pair. $1al,30.
rOlTTKY, IJVH?Fowls, freight, 18a24c.,
express. Ike24c.; chickens, freight, 17c.; ex
press, 17al8c.; old roosters, freight, 14c.;
turkey*. freight, 40r.; express. 44a32c.;
ducks, freight, 20c.| express. If.a23c., geese,
freight, 23a24c.; express. 23a20c pigeons,
pair, 23a30c.; guineas, pair, 73c., rabbits,
pound, U4a23c.
I.IVK NTOCK AND MF.AT PBH K?.
Common to prims stseM. 100 lbs. .$rt.00alj .83
Common 1o choke hulls, 100 lbs... 3 .a 5.23
Common to choice cows, 10" Ilia... t.*.?a 3.30
Common to prlnto veala. 100 lbs... s OOalJ.cO
Common to prints sheep. 100 ha.. c.uOa 7.00
cemtnon to prima lambs. 100 lbs.. It.OOalVOd
Live hogs. 100 lbs........... 0.00a P.,"
t-raased beef, steer sides, lb op* .19
City drasssd veals lb... J 11a .>2
Dressed mutton, lb 00* ] *
withers, lb. J?*
Dr*fls??i lanibf. '"it)*, lb IS*- "*
fa
\
tx, 1922.
1
I.
|
No longer content to
American enterprise i
world.
Brooklyn, as the four
leading place in this j
tinued contact with tl
to this bank decided ac
Asl
NASSAl
! o
I '
COTTON JUMPS TO
YEAR'S HIGH PRICES
Record Made During First
Hour, Rut Long: Sol ling* <
Later Cuts Gains.
i
Tli? cotton market rose to n--w high j
records for the year In tho first hour of I
yesterday's session, but lost all gains ;
later when Increased Wall Street long j
selling, based on the weakness of securl- j
ties prices, caused a sharp reaction. Net ,
changes at the close were unimportant,
final bids being unchanged to 7 points
higher than Saturday. There was a
heavy and fairly general buying movement
at the outset with the result that
December contracts were bid up to
24.55, up 36 polntg, and January to
24.31. up 41 points.
Bullish factors Included strong Liverpool
cables, reports of firmness in sv?ot
centers and optimistic textile advices.
Liverpool cables, due '9 to 13 pennypoints
higher, opened 17 to 24 higher
and at the time of the local call were ,
22 to 28 points higher. Spot business j
abroad was again active, 10,000 bales of
the actual changing hands at sharply ,
advanced prices for middling. Kngllsl.
Interests were moderate buyers at the.
outset here, although most demand
carai from the trade, local professional
and spot houses.
Despite the reactionary tendency sentiment,
both on the floor and among'
oominlemon nuuwtii, mu auvui an nun- ,
lslt as over. Considering the volume of j
liquidation (hat poured into the rlttK j
late in the day the market presented a
rather good front.
The local spot market was quoted net i
unchanged at 24.80 cents for middling.
Delivery on local contract was fi.40o I
hales. The New Orleans market was
87 points higher at 83.62 cents. Us j
sales were 4.15$ bales.
Tret. j
Open. High. LOW. Close. Clone. !
December ...24.3fi 24..". 24.19 24.80-22 24.IK
January ....24.13 24.29 23.93 23.93-90 2''INi I
March 24.30 24.33 2(01 24.01-03 23 90
May 24.20 24.2 ) 23.KO 23.K0 01 23.S3
July 23.95 24.00 23.07 23.67-70 23.60 '
STATISTICS.
l.ast bast I
Yesterday. YWek. Year.
Port receipts.... 42.119 40,114 01,993
l-Jxports 22.33S 34.642 36,32".
Kxport season... 1.202,653 1,127,303 1,713.033
Now York stocks 02,102 04,641 134.234 '
Port stocks 1,119,924 973,732 1.161.3s
Interior receipts. 03,368 31,307 49.767 .
Interior shlptn'ts 43,474 39,110 31,644 j
N. York arrivals 389 3,342 7.180 ,
LIVERPOOL.
.Spot cotton In good demand at 32 points
advance; middling. 11.40il. Sales. 10,000; i
American, 4.000. imports, 2.000, none American.
Futures were duo 11 to 13 points 1
higher. Tic y opetc d firm at 17 to 24 polntr '
advance and closed steady at a net advance ' ~
of 20 lo 54 points. Closing: October 14.87d.:
.December. 13.930.; January, 13.79d.; March.,
13.360.; May. 12.170. ; July . 13.200. Mar.- *
Chester: Yarns irregular; cloth'j In more do- ;
mand. The 11 o'clock bids ' a bled to Uver- j
pool follow: December, 24.49c.; January. r
24.28c.; March, 24.33c.: May. 24.23c.; July, '
23.98c. _ [
EQUIPMENT TRUSTS.
* o
I The following are quoted on a pi voauture ! \
basis: ,
Maturity Kato Hid Asko I j j
! AtohTASF 1923-35 a 5.55 ft. 15 v
I Atlantic*'o?*tI. . . 1923-36 <i' j .", 00 I c
I HaltlmoreAOhlc . . 1033-35 ft .?.<> ? 5.25 | i
I Balttmmo&Ohin. . 1023-37 i>i~S 5.35 1.7.' > I
( UvthlchcmSteel .. 1923-30 7 0.75 5.5'J | (I
! DufU.vh# IMUS. .. 1022-3.1 t1 -.-n c.3o 4.75 \ 'j
Cana-llari Pacific. . 1022-32 I'-j-G 5.40 4.00 2
C'ontltKofXJ 1023-3 6 <i r,.r,r, 3.15 I
Oh<wape..kcA<>hlo 1023-35 ft 5.05 3.3J V
OhesapeakeAObio. 1023-37 A1 j-nyj A.4A A.00
OtiHurlAy . 1023-33 ft 3.33 3.16 f
; CblANorthwmft.. 1033-33 o .-..00 3.16
, *'hlANorthw?tt.. . 1025-36 ft' j 3.33 A.n.) fi
! ChtMllASt.Puul . 1033-36 ft A.70 3.40 r
OlIMIlJtfrtPajl.. . 1033-37 3 5.40 3.10
( hlltl.VpNC 1022-27 i'i-3 3.40 5.0.1 '
1t'hIKI&Pac 1023-36 ft 3.40 5.30 1
OlevCCAHtL 1023-35 5 . 5.50 5.25 4
I Dolnwanvtlluil 1023-35 5.33 A. 13 |
Krldtailroatl . . 1032-23 4 ty-5-ft 0.0 1 5.40
i Ut.Northern Ky. . 1923-33 ft 3.5.1 5.201
j Illlnolfil'entral. . . . 1022-37 I 4.-3 3.30 4.80 "
IlllimbiCtuitra!... . 1023-15 ft 5.5*1 5.15 |
I IlllnnlsOntral 14M.V34 ft '4-7 5.8.1 5.00 1
i Ujui**Niffh 1023-33 ft 3.30 5. If.
j UniMuVnith 1023-35 ?'J 3.35 6.03 j
Michigan* Vntral.. 1022-32 3-ft 5.36 A.00 ,
MlchlgaiiOntrnt.. 1923-36 ft A.AO A.J.v ,
MlnnSf.IMSH.Vl .. 1022 20 4'jo 5.50 3.23 MlnnHtPAssM.
1988-96 ?-0)<j-7 6.75 .. .n \
MoKan ATe* .. .1022-24 3 3.75 A. IA '
MoPaOlfln 1023-36 ft A. 77. .1.33 '
NatloualfttoeK'f... 1023-28 .3 s.Ol 7.OP ' \
I NowVork' 'en traI.. 1 022-37 1 'j-Ci 7..2A t.SA
' NewYo<k<'en4rvl..102.1-35 ft A.flO 5.37. *
Now Vork* >nt ra I.. 7023-33 7 5.40 7..0U
! NYNH4.H.. ... 1022-36 4>a 5-5-7 ?.76 5.80 '
I Norfolk A WaaMYU. 1022-24 1 ' j 3.2ft 4.50 '
Northern Pacific... 1023-30 7 ..,3tt Mr. ' I
PocKruKK*pres?. . 1023-37. 7 3.33 3.0it I
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NOTICE OK REDEMPTION
VIRGINIA-! AROI.INA CHEMICAL CO.
o the Holder-. ?( Virginia-Carolina Chemical
('piiinaiiy ls-Vf?r 714% Sinking Fund
Gold IJi'lirnlnrcM
VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL COM'ANY
hereby gives notice that pursuant to
he provisions of the Trust Agreement dated
November I. 1U20 under which Its 12-ye?.r
lift Sinking Fund Gold Debentures rvero
-isued, It has elected to exercise Its right
o cull and redeem, on November 1, 1022. all 1
if said outatandlnsc debentures, paying thereor
at the TRUST DEPARTMENT of ftio
Juavanty Trust Company of New York.
Tustce undor said Trust Agreement, at
Jo. HO Broadway, New York City, on No- i
ember 1. 1922, 10.1% of the face amount i
if the said debentures so called and ttcrued
Interest to date of redemption, to wit.
Jovember I. 1922. Inte -eet on the eahl !
lebentures shall cease on such redemption i
oi?*, ana mo noiaer* tiici-boi accruing,;, (
ire required lo pri'Pcnt the same on said J
ate for payment nr.-J redemption at th["ruat
Department of the Guaranty Turf
"ompanv of New York, at No. Ho Ilroa,.ray,
New York.
Coupon* due November t, 1922, should M
letached from the debentures and collected
n the twual manner.
Tin, Virginia-Carolina riiemlenl Company '
rive further notice that it will mdeem any |
ir oil of raid debentures which may be |>r< - t
entail for such > arller redemption at any |
line prior t>> November I. 1922, paying there- i
or at the anld TrUat Department of the raid
rmslee 1051c, of the fare amount thereof '
vlth nccrued interest to date of payment,
DATKD. September 23, IU22.
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wporation
9v. New York
To the llnldrr* of First Mongnce (In Peg
Cent, (now it) Gold Kuhom of.
NEW YORK AND RICHMOND GAS c.
Notion is hereby given that In aocurdan'4
with paragraph "THIRD" of the ExtensWii
Agreement dated as of June 15, 1921, end
"ARTICLE ELEVENTH" of the mortgage
dated July 15, 1901, securing the above name if
bonds, the undersigned, NEW YORK ANTi
RICHMOND OAS COMPANY, has slectsd tt?
redeem on November 1, 1922, all of its Fir;?
Mortgage Five Per Cent. Gold Bonds Issued
and outstanding under said mortgage by paying
the principal amount of said bonds together
t* Ith a premium of two per esntur."?
thereof and accrued Interest to the data o( I
redemption.
Payment of the aforesaid redemption prl'g
will accordingly ho made to the holders ot
said bonds upon presentation and surrender
th. reof with November 1922 and all unmatured
coupons appertaining thereto, for cancellation,
on or nt any time after Novemb-r
1, 1922, at tho office of the Central Union
Trust Company of New York, at 80 Broaoway,
New York City.
The privilege Is extended to bondholders tie
present bonds for payment prior to Nor ember
1, 1922. tlio redemption dale, with Inters
crt adjustment to date of presentation.
Interest will cease to accruo on said bonds
on and after November 1. 1022.
Net. York nnd Richmond Gas Company.
By: WILLIAM J. WELSH. President,
Ds'ed July 17. 1022.
NOTICE OF LIQUIDATION
The National Bank of Commerce,
located at Yankton, in the State of
South Dakota, is closing its. affairs.
Al! note holders and other creditors of
the association arc therefore hereby
notified to present the notCi and other '
claims for payment.
i,
F. A. Roycm, President
Dated August 31.1923.
American Can Co. ^
will purchase a limited amount j
of its 13-Year 5% Gold Deber \
ture Bonds, maturing 1928, a: '
?91g and accrued interest. Bonds
may bo presented to First National
Bank, New tr?s
? THF.
CIltriKJIATI. LKBAN05 *
NOBTHKUN IJAII H \Y COMPAXt.
Office of th? Treasurer,
Pittsburgh, Pa., October 2n<1. 1921.
First Confolhtsted Mort|t**? 4*9 Qol(|
Pomls of this <"otiipany to mi acurusste cosof
*IC,tnkt.t*? will : < purchased for the
stinking Fi.nd Nov miicr 1st, itfJi. from the
lowest bidders at a prl< not to sxosatl r
and Interest. S?sl?d proposals to ssll boti' t
must be In the hands of The Farmers' Loi'i
and Trust Oonipsny. New York City, befo o
close of huslne-B, three o'clock P. M.. ?.< t
Tuesday, October 31, 1922
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