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COTTON FIRMER
WITH FAIR
GAINS
NEW YORK. Jan. 9 (I.NJS.).
The cotton market displayed fur
ther quiet strength in today’s ab
breviated session, with the run
of contracts chalking up net
gains of from 6 to 10 points.
The trade, professionals and
the continent were actively en
gaged on the buying side- Brok
ers usually acting for Japanese
Interests were also reported as
making purchases principally in
the May delivery.
Selling was reported coming
from commission houses, New
Orleans and the East. Mills sold
near months against purchases
of spot cotton and bought later
options against sales of goods.
Reports from the South said
that Bremen interests were buy
ing more actual cotton, although
Japan and China continue largely
to sustain the high basis. The
holding movement appeared as
strong as ever, so far as the
day’s report would indicate.
Near the close of the session.
March was up 6 points at 6.55,
May was up 7 at 6.72, July up 7
at 6.89, October up 9 at 7.14, and
December up 10 at 7.28.
WASHINGTONPRODUCE
Poultry—Alive: Young; turkeys, 23©
16c: old toms. 18c; large colored fowls,
19©20c; small to medium, 15©17c;
leghorn fowls. 12c; leghorn chickens,
2 pounds and over, 15c; large rocks.
20c; mixed chickens, 18 ©2W; under
grade. 12© 11c; roosters, 10c; ducks. 15
©18c; koats. large and young. 35c;
old, 25c. Dressed: Chickens, 20© 22c;
turkeys, young. 25 ©3oc; fowls, heavy.
18(®20c: leghorns. 15c; ducks, 18@
20c; roosters. 12©14c; keats, young, 40c.
Eggs—Current receipts, 20©22c; white
hennery. 25c.
Calves.
Lambs, 6c.
Apples—Bushel baskets: Truck re
ceipts literal; supplies liberal: demand
light; market steady. Virginia Stay mans.
U. S. No. 1. 3 inches up $1.25; U. 8.
No. 1, 2 H Inches up mostly around $1;
Black Twigs. U. S. No. A. 2% Inches
Up 50©75c: Yorks. U. S. No. 1. 3 inches
up $1.00; few higher. Barrels: Supplies
light; demand light: market steady.
Virginia. Staymans. U. S. No. 1.
Inches up [email protected]; Black Twigs, U.
8. No. 1. inches up $2. i 5©3.00;
Golden Delicious XL S. No. 1.2% Inches
up $2.50© 3.00. Boxes: Supplies mod
erate; demand moderate: market steady.
Washington, medium to large sizes
Extra Fancy Delicious. $2.25 ©2.50,
Btaymans. $2; Romes Fancy, SL«S.
Cabbage—New stock: Supplies mod
erate. Demand moderate; market
steady. Texas, crates, approximately
MO-lb net. flat type. $3.25. South Caro
lina, 1 Vs-bushel hampers, pointed type,
best, $1.45; poorer low as $1.15. Florida.
-bushel hampers, flat type. $1.25©
1.50. Old stock: Supplies light. De
mand moderate; market steady. New
York. 100-lb. sacks, Danish type, best,
$1.25; fair quality and condition, $1;
poorer, lower.
Celery—Supplies liberal. Demand
moderate; market steady. California,
% crates, individually washed and pre
cooled, 3-4 dozen. s3© 3.25. Florida. 10-
' Inch crates, washed 3-5 dozen, $2.25©
2.50; poorer, $2. New York. 2-3 crates,
4-5 dozen, fair quality and condition,
$1.75©2.
Lettuce—Supplies moderate. Demand
moderate; market steady. Crates, Ice
berg type, 4-5 dozen: Arizona. $4.75©
5; poorer. $4. California, $4.75@5.
Onions—Supplies light Demand mod
erate: market steady. Ohio, 50-lb sacks,
Yellows. U. S. No. 1. medium size, $2.50;
email size, $1.75@2. Michigan, 50-lb.
sacks, Yellows. IT S. No. 1, small to
medium size s2© 2.25.
Potatoes—Supplies moderate; demand
moderate; market slightly stronger.
Maine, 150-lb. sacks, Green Mountains.
U. S. No. 1, $2. New York and
Pennsylvania, 150-lb. sacks. Round
Whites, U. S. No. 1. $1.85. Idaho,
100-lb. sacks. Russet Burbanks. U. S.
No. 1. $2.25 @2.50.
Strawberries—Express receipts very
light; supplies light: truck receipts
light; demand and trading good for
good stock: market slightly stronger
for good stock. Florida, pony refrig
erators. various varieties. 18c: few 16c
per pint; 30-pint crates. truck re
ceipts. poor to fair quality and con
dition, best, $5.40; poorer. $4; very
poor condition, $1; some dumped; 32-
quart crates, various varieties truck
receipts. 30c per quart.
Snap Beans—Supplies moderate; de
mand light: market steady. Florida,
bushel hampers, green flat type. $2.25
©2.50; fair quality. $2; poorer, $101.50.
Cucumbers—Express receipts light;
supplies light; demand light; market
steady. Cuba, bushel crates, fancy,
4-5-dozen, s4©s. Illinois, cartons, hot
house stock. 2-dozen. s3© 3.50.
Lima Beans—Express receipts very
light; supplies light; demand light;
market steady. Cuba, bushel hampers,
$5.
Peppers—Express receipts light; sup
plies moderate; demand light: market
dull. F'orida, mixed rars. lU-bushel
crates. U S. No. 1. $2.25©2.50; fair
quality, $2; small size. $1.25©1.50.
Okra—Express receipts verv light
supplies very light; demand light; mar
ket steady. Florida, bushel hampers.
$ 3.
Oranges— Supplies liberal; demand
light; market steady. Florida, boxes,
ftll ■sizes. $2.50©3.75.
Grapefruits— Supplies moderate; de
mand light: market steady. Florida,
boxes, all sizes. $2 ©2.75.
Kale—Truck receipts light; supplies
light: demand moderate: market about
«teady. Virginia bushel baskets, best.
75r; poorer 50c.
Eggplant — Express receipts light; sup
plies light; demand light; market dull.
Cuba. 1 bushel crates, large size,
$2.25© 2.50; poorer. $2. Florida, express
receipts. IV3 bushel crates, fair quality.
$1.50 ©2.
Pea»—Supplies light; demand light;
market weaker. Mexico. 45-lb. crates,
Telephones. $6.50© 6.75; few. $7.
Squash—Express receipts light; sup
lies light: demand light; market weak.
Florida, bushel hampers, white, wrap
ped. best. $2.40; poorer $1.75.
Brussels Sprouts — Express receipts
light; supplies light; demand light:
market about steady. New York, 32-
quart crates. 15@2bc; poorer. 10c per
quart.
Tomatoes — Supplies light; demand
moderate; market steady. Florida,
aiaes, ripes and turning. wrapped.
$3.25©3.50; 180 s. slack pack, $2.25
© 2.50: lug boxes, ripes and turning,
■wrapped 6x6 and larger $3.25©3.50;
6x7. $2.50©3.
Spinach—Supplies moderate: demand
moderate: market steady. Texas, bushel
baskets. Sav<v tvpe. sl.
Collards —Truck receipts light: sup
plies light; demand moderate- market
Bteady. Bushel baskets: New Jersey,
poor condition. 25c: Virginia. 60c.
Carrots —Supplies light: demand light;
market steady. California. Western let
tuce crates, bunched. $4.25© 4.50; New
York, bushel baskets, cut. washed. $1.15.
Parsnips—Supplies moderate; demand
•low; market weak. New Jptsov «n<l
Pennsylvania. b’i«hol basVo*s 75c© sl.
Rutabagas — Supplies light ; demand
light; market steady. Canada, 50-lb.
•acks. 65 ©7sc.
Turnips—Supplies s moderate; demand
• light; market steady. Nearby sections,
bu. baskets, mostly around 50c.
Cauliflower —Supplies moderate; de
mand moderate; market dull. Califor
nia. pony crates. $1.50©l 75; poorer. sl.
Broccoli —Supplies moderate; demand
moderate; market steady. Texas, crates,
s3© 3.25.
Beets —Supplies light; demand light;
market steady. Texas, western lettuce
crates, bunched. $2.7502.
Sweet Potatoes—Supplies moderate:
demand slow.- market dull. Eastern
Shore Virginia, bush*! hampers. Jersey
type. U. S. No 1. few sales. 65©75c;
poorer graded. 50r. North Carolina,
bushel baskets. Porta Ricans. U. S.
No 1. mostly around 75r.
Turnip Greens—Supplies light. de
fltbd moderate, market steady. North
trolina. bushel hampers, 65c.
V ■
Pvsv. 1931—12 Nam* and .
High Low DlvM*nd Rata High Low CI*M Ch g*
- A
14% . Abitibi Pow >X *X X
I 73% 35* Adams Exp (1)... 5 4% 4X4- X
‘ 2*% Adams Mills (2)... 26 26 26
93% 10 Address Multi (1).. Il 11 11 + %
11% 2 Advance Rumely.. 2% 2% 2%
.0 Pls Affiliated Prod... 15% >5 15k- X
1099* 46X Air Reduc (3a)... 51k 50% 50% -IX
12k • Alleghany Corp... ( 2 IX IX
182% 62% Allied Chem (6)... 72% 68% 69%- 2
42% 10% Allis Chaim (2).... 12% 12 12
23 Ilk Amerada (2) 13|l 12% 13
4% %Am Beet Bug % X %+ k
62% 12% Am Bank Note (J). 17 16% 16%- k
129% 54% Am Can Co 64 61% 61% -1%
38% 4% Am Car AFv (11. 8 7'4 7% - %
48% 29 Am Chicle (2a)... 33% 52% 33 4- 1
14% 5 Am Coml Ale '7% 7% 7%— %
fl 6 2 A-* En Tile 5 5 5
51% 61* Am & For Pow... 8% 7% 8 — %
64 37 Am Home P 4.20’. 46 45% 46 4 X
3t% 10% Am Ice (3) 16 l u % 15%
26 5 Am Internatl 6% 6% •% — X
30% 5 Am Loco (1) 76% 6%+ %
84% 28% Am Loco pf (7)... 52 32 32
43% 16 Am Ma & F (1.40' -21 20% 20% - %
71% /iMa A Me-' . 2k 2 2k
23% 4% Am Metal 6% 6 6%4- %
64% 11% Am Pow & L (la). lr%’ 15% 15% - %
21% 5 Am Rad SS (.60). 8% 8 8%- %
12% Ik Am Republics 2 2 2
37% 7% Am Rollg Mi 11... 9% 8% 8% - %
58% 12% Am Smelting (2).. 16k 15% 15% - %
42% 28 Am Snuff t3t 33 33 33
48% 33 Am Stores (5).... 3;% 33% 33%+ X
4% %Am Sol & Chem... % % X
60 34% Am Sus (5) 3f% 36% 36);- X
106% 84% Am Sus pf (7) 88 86 86 + %
201% 107% Am Tel * T (9).. 120% 117% 117%- 2%
128% 60% Am Tobac (5a)... 71% 70% 70% - %
132% 64 Am Tob B (5a)... 74% 71% 72-2
132 102 Am Tob Pf (6> 107 107 107 4-1
80% 23X Am Water W (3). 31 29% 29% - %
40 15% Am Woolen pf... 20% 20 20 + X
8% 2% Am Zinc 3% 3% 3%
43% 9 Anaconda (1%)... 11% 10% 11 — %
36 13 Anchor Cap (2.40).. 15 14% 15
72 20 Arm D7% pf (7). 36 35% 36
4% % Arm ID A 1% 1% 1%
2% % Arm 11l B % % %
28% 1% Assoc Apparel.... 2% 2% 2%— %
29% 5% Assoc D Gds2%). 6% 6% 6%
203% 72% Atchison (10) 86% 84% 84%- X
108% 75 Atchison Pf (51... 80% 80% 80X4-2%
120 25 Atlant Coast (7a). 32% 32% 32%- 1%
23% 8% Atlan Resin (D... 10% 2% 9%- %
13% 2% Atlas Stores (1).. 4% 4% 4%
295% 84% Auburn Auto (4a). 142 134% 138%- 2
B
27% 4% Baldwin Loco 6% 6 k 6% 4- X
87% 13% Balt & Ohio (5)... 17% 16% 16%- %
80% 25 Balt &O pf (4)... 36 34 36 + %
68% 18 Bang &Ar (3%).. 10% 20% 20%4- 1%
14% * Barnsdall A 5% 5 5%- %
81 37 Beatrice Cr (4)... 42 42 42
62 37% Beach Nut Pk t 3) 42 42 42
25% 12% Bendix Aviat (1).. 17% 17% 17%- %
46% 19% Best ACo (2).... 23% 23% 23% - %
70% 17% Bethlehem Steel (2) 21% 50% 0%- %
123% 60 Betl Steel of (7).... 74 72 72 +1
43 15% Bohn Alum (1%). 20 20 20 -1
76% 36 Borden Co 3) 39 37% 2-8 - %
30% 9 Borg Warner (1).. 11% 10% IC%
22% 7% Briggs Mfg(l%a).. 9% 8% 9 - %
69% 30% Bklyn Man Tr (4) 37 35% 36 + %
9% 1% Brunswick Ter.... 1% 1% 1%
20% 3% Bucvrus Erie 5 4% 4%4- k
34% 4% Bucyrus Eof (7). 6% 6% f%- %
5% 1% Budd Mfg Co 2% 2% :%+ %
13 2% Budd Wheel (1)... 3% 3 3%+ %
23 3 k Bullard Co 4% 4% 4%
15% 3% Bulova Wat (.80).. 3% 3% 3%
32% 10 Burroughs Ad (1). 12% 12 12 — %
1% % Rutte ft Sup % % %
69% 10% Byers AM 13% 12% 13 - %
11% 2% Calu A Hecla.... 3% 3%' 3%4- %
45 10 Canada Dry (3)... 13 12% 12%- %
45% 10% Canad Pac (1%).. 13% 13% 13%4- %'
16 4% Capital Ad A i-% 5% 5%- %
131% 31% Case J 1..../.... 37% 35% 35%- %
52% 10% Caterpil Tract (3). 13% 13 13
16 2% Celanese Corp 3% 3% 3%- %
14% 2% CelotexCo 2% 2% 2%
25% 11 Cent Asu (1 %).... 1% 12% 12%
30 k 9% Cerro de Pasco (1) 14% 13 * 13% - %
23% 3% Checker Cab 6% 6% 6% 4- %
54k 14% Chesapk Corp (3).. 17% 17 17 - %
46% 23k Ches &Oh (2%).. 29jy 8% 8%- %
7% 2% Chi Grt Wes 3% 3% 3%
27% 7% Chi Grt Wes pf.. 13% I>% 11%- %
15% 1% CMSt P & P... ■% :% 1%- %
8% 2% CMSt P & P pf. 3% 3% 3%
45% 5 Chi &N W (4)... 8% 8 8 - %
15% 3k Ch Pneumatic.... 5 4% 5
65% 7% Chi Rock I & P.. 13% 12% 12%- %
12% 8% Chicka Cot 0.... f% 8% 8%
33% 5k Child Co 6% 6% (-X4- %
25% 11% Chrysler (1) 14% 14 14%-%
37% 25 Citv Ice &F (3.60). 27% 26% 27%4- %
4% % City Stores 1 I I
170 27% Coca Cola (1a).... 113 110 110%- 1%
17’; 7 Collins & Aik 9% 9 9 - %
23% 6% Col Fuel & 1r.... 8 8 8
45% 11% Coluni Gas (2)... 14% 13% 14 — %
109% 76 ColG&Epf 72 72 7'.
111% 20 Colu Carbon (5)... -6 36 ;6 + %
23% 7 Cornel Credit (2).. 9% 9 9
34 15% Com Inv Trust... 17% 17% 17%
i.1% 6% Com Solvents (1).. 9% 8% b%— %
I 3 Comwl & Sou (.40) 4% 4k 4k- k
100% 46 Com & Sou pf 6). (s‘* 6i 65
14% 6% Congol Nairn (1).. 8% f% 8%
30% 6% Congs Cigar (1).. . 8% 8% 8%
15% 3% Cons Film 5% 5% 5%
18% % Cons Film pf (2). 10 10 10
109% 5 1 % Consol Gas (4)... 63% 61% 61% -1%
107 88% Consol Gas of <sl. 93 92% 92%
15% B>, Consol Laund (1). 10 9% 10 4- %
3 * % Container B 11 1
30 4% Cont Baking A... 6% 6% 6%
3% % Baklnu B . 1 % 1
62% 30% Contin Can (2%). 36% 346 - %
51% 18k Continen Jn (2.40). 2'% 21% 21% - %
4% % Conti Motors 1% Ik Ik
1 5 Continental 0i1... (% 6% 6%- %
12 % Continent Shares. % % %- k
86% 36% Corn Prod (3a)... 45% 44% 44% - %
18 2% Coty Inc 4% 4% 4%
63 20% Crucible Steel .. ?l% 21% 21%4- X
100 20 Curtis Publish.... 17% 27 27-1
5% is> Curtis Wright.... 1% 1% 1% - %
8% 1% Curt Wright A... 2% 2% 2%+ %
D
23 3% Davison Chem.... 4% 4% 4%
102 17% Del Lac & W (4). 23% 23 73
195 IC9 Det Edison (2).... 117 117 117 - %
13% 6% Dome Mines (1).... 8 8 8
24 11 Dom Strs Lt (1.20) 14% 14% 14%- %
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
CLOSING QUOTATIONS ON NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Fr»v. 1911—12 Nam* «n<l Nat
High Ix»w Dividend Bat* High Low clow Ch'g*
18 10% Dresser Mfg 8... 12 12
76% 42% Drug Inc (4) 52% 51’; 51% -1
!107 47% DuPont de N (4). 55% 53% 53%-
124% 94 DuPont db (6)... 100 9?% joj
E
185% 73 Eastman Kod (sa) 81% 79% 80-1%
?1% 4% Eaton Axle 1).... *%
69 7% Eitine Sch lof 10% 10 10 +
74% 20 Elec Aut Lite (4). 30% 27% ;s%- 1
4% '% Electric 80at.... 1% 1%
9% 2% Elec & Mus Ind.. 3% 3%
60% 9 Elec P& Lt (1).. 12% V% i 2 k - %
8106% 41 Elec PAL nf <7>.. 58 58 58 +2
98% 32 Elec PAL 6pf (6). 48% 47 48%+ 2%
66 23 Elec Stor Bat (4). ?C.% 20% 30%+ %
115 96% Endicott J pf (7). 100% 10)% ifo%
39% 5 Erie /7% 7% 7%+ %
45% 6k. Erie Ist pf (4)... 9 9 9
F
92 ■ 46 Fed L&T pf (6). 59% 59% 59%
•Tl 3 Fed Wat Sv <1 20) 4% 4 4%
F 56% 20 Fidel Phen <2 «0). 25% 25 25 ’
66% 49% FlrtTTl nf 00... ¥% 52% 52%+ 1
63 41 First NSt (2%).. 48% 47 47%
3 % Fisk Rub 1 nf... % % %
3% % Fisk Ipf cv.... % % %
19% 4 Follansbee 8r.... 4 4 4
P 4% P Foster Wh Cor (1). 10% 10 10 - %
17% 7% Foundation C 4 4 4
32% 15% Fourth Na In (.55) IC%1 C % 19% 10%+ %
•W 2% P-OT p-llr” A <“>>-' 4% 4 4V4- %
43% 13% Freept Texas (3). 18%' 17% 17%- %
r.
73% 28 Gen Am Tank (4). 31 30% 31 + %
47 , 9% Gen Asphalt (2).. 13% 13 13 - %
25% 9% Gen Baking (2).. 13% 13% 13%- %
26% 2% Gen Cable A 4% 4% 4%+ %
48% 25 Gen Cigar (4).... 3'.% 32 32%+ 1%
54% 22% Genl Elec (1.60).. 25k 74% 74%- %
12% 10% Gen El Sp (.60)... 11% 11% 11 J*-
56 28% General Foods (3). 34% 74% 34%
8% 1% Gen Gas A (30).. 7 2
50 29% rener” Mm- <«.. 34% ?4 34%+ %
48 19% Gen Motors (3).. 23% 22% 22%+ %
103% 79% Gen Mot pf (5)... F 3% F 2% B’%+ 1%
19% 11 Hall Print (1.20)... P 1’ P
23 2% Gen Pub Serv.... 4% 4 4%— %
84% 20% Gen Ry Sig (5).. 25% 23% 23%- 2%
o% % Gen Realt & Ut.. 11 1
57% 12 Gen Refracts (3). 14% 14% 14%+ 1
15% % Gen Theat Eq.... % % %
”8% 9% Gillette Saf R.... 13% 13 13-1
76% 45 Gillette Saf R pf 52k 50 52%
7% 1% Gimbel Bros 2% 2% 2%
16% 4% Glidden Co 5% 5% 5%+ %
9% 3% Gobel Adolf 6% 6% 6%
42% ?4% Gold Dust (2%).. 18% 18% 18%- %
20% 3% Goodrich 5k 4% 4%- %
68 10 Goodrich nf 17 16 16-1
52% P% Goodyear Tire (3). 16% 16 16 - %
91 35 Goodyear 1 nf (7). 4°% 49 49%+ 3%
13% 3% Goth Silk H 05.... 9 9 9
6% 1% Graham Paige.... 4 3% 4
22% 5% Granby Consol (1) 7%' 7 7%+ %
25% 1% Grand Sil St n (1) % ’% ?%+ %
18% 5% Grand Union 8% 7% 7%- %
46 21 Grand Un pf (3). 26% 26% 26%+ %
42 24% Grant W T (D... ’B% 28%- %
69% 15% Gt North pt (4).. 22% 22 22 - X
23% 10 Great Nor Or ct (2) 13 13 13 + %
11% 5% Grt West Sug... f% 6 6 - %
5% 1 Grigsbv Grunow.. 1% 1% 1% z - %
37% 4 Gulf States St 6% 6% 6%
H
9% 1% Hahn Dept 5t.... 1% 1% I%+ k
63% 14 Hahn DS nf <6’+) 17 17 17
44% 11% Harbish Walk (1). 13 13 13 - %
42 8% Hawaii Pineap (2) 9% 9 9%
58 25 Hercul Pow (3)... 26 26 26
103% 68 Hershey Choc (5). 80 80 80 +1
104 70% Hershey C pf (4a] 79% 79% 79’,'- %
19% 5% Hoinder & S 76% 6%
9% 2-k Houd Hershey B. 3 2% 2%- %
68% 15% Houston Oil 21% 70 20 -1
14% 3 Houst Oil new.... 4% 4 4 - %
29% 11% Howe Sound <2L. 15% 15% 15%— %
44% 26% Hud & Man (3)4).. 30 29% 29%
26 7% Hudson Motor (1). U%" 11% 11%- %
13% 3% Hup Motors 5% 4% 5 - X
1
89 9% Illinois Cent (4).. 14k 13 13%- %
4% % Indian Motors ... 1% 1% 1%
86 21 Induat Bavon (4) 16% 26% 26%
182 25% Ingersoll Ran (4). 3?% 33 33%— %
71 19% Inland Steel (2%). 22 22 22 +1
11% 3 Inspiration C c% c% 3%+ %
12% 4% Ins Del new (.40). 6% 6 6 + %
34 4% Interboro R T.... 8% 7% 7%- %
5% 1 Int Agric Ch 1% 1% 1%
179% 92 Int Busi M (6)... IC6 105 105 -1
12% 3 Int Car Ltd <%). 4% 4% <%+ %
62% 14% Inter Cement 4).. 17 17 17
60% 22% Int Harvest (2%). '-6% 25% 25% - %
31 9k Int Hydro E A (2) 1(% 10% 1( %+ k
73% 11 Int Match pf (4). 22 2 1 21%- Ik
16% 2% Inter Mer Mar... 3% 3% 3%
20k 7 Inter Nickel (.40). 8% 8% 8%- %
10% 1% Int Pap &Pw A. 2k 2% 2k + %
4% % Int Pap &Pw C. % % %+ %
43% 6% Int Pa &Pwnf n 9% 8% 9%
55% 5 Int Ry CA Pf (5) 10 10 10
64 36% Inter Shoe (3).... 39% 39% 39k- %
38% 7k Int Tel & T (1)... 10% 9% 9% - I
21% 8 ' Inters D Strs (2). II 10% II
9.% 1% Invest Ea C 0.... 2 2 2 + %
80% 15% Johns Manville (3’ 22% 2f% 21 %- %
123% 68 Jones &L pf (7). 82 81 81+1
K ,
64 15 Kan CSo pf (4).. 23 22% 23
18 5% Kaufman D S (1) 6 5% 6
24% 7% Kavser Julius (1). 8% 8 B%+ %
3% % Kelly Sp Tire.... 1% Ik I%+ %
26 5k Kelly T 8 pf 12 12 12 - %
29% 3 Kelsey Hayes.... 4 4 4
15% 6 Kelvinator 8% 8k 8%
31% 2% Kennecott (1) 12% 11% U%— %i
41 13% Kimblv Clark (2)4) 19% 19% 19%
29% 16 Kresge Co (1.60).. 17% 16% l - %
27% 4% Kreug & Tol (1.61 7k 6% f%
35% 12% Kroger Groc (1).. l u % 14% 14% ■ %
L
87% 40k Lambert Co (8)... 53% 52 5? + .%
61 8 Lehigh Vai RR... 16 15 15 - %
69% 35 Lehman Corp (3). 4i% 41 41 - %
34% 18% Lehn & Fink (3).. 20% 20% 2C% - k
91 39 Ligg & Myers (4a: 49% 49% 49%- %
91% 40 Lit &My B (4a).. 51 50 50 - h
55% 13% Liquid Carb <Z). . 16 16 16
63% 23% Loew’s Inc (3).... 30 28% 28%'+ %
6% 2% Loft Inc 3% 3% ?%+ %
54% 29% Loose Wiles (2.60a) 34% 34% 34%
21% 10 Lorillard T0b.... 14 13% 1%- %
35% 17% Louis Gas A (1%). 20% 20% 20%
ill 20k Lou & Nash (5)... 26% 25% 21% -1
19 1% Ludlum Steel 4% 4% 4% - %
M
•26% 12 Mclntyre P M (1). 16% 16 16 + J;
103% 38% McKees T P (4).. 50 48% 48%- 1
•43% 12 Trucks (2). 15 14% 15 + %
The National Daily
Pr*v. 1941—31 Name Md «•»
High Low Dividend Rate Hl<b Low Clow Cbl«
106% 50 Macy ,& Co (3)... 59% £B % 59%+ %
7% 2 Madis Sa Gar.... 2% 1% 2%+ %
27% 7% Magma Cop «... 8% 8% 8%-l%
39 6% Manh Ry m g.... 11 10 10
24% 9% Mar Midi (1.20)... 10% 10% 10%- %
32% 9% Marsh Field (2)4). 11% H% 11%
32% 9% Marlin Rock (2).. 10 10 10 - %
10 1 Marmon Motr.... 2 1% I%+ k
39 15% May Dept St (2)4) 18 17% 17% I- %
'B% 1% Mavtag Co 2% :% ’-%- X
34 14% Melville Shoe (2). 18 16% 16%+ %
8% 7 Mengel Co 2% <■% 2%
10% 2% Miami Copper.... 3% 3% 3%
16% 5 Mid Cont Pet 6 6 6 - %
31% 7 Midi Stl Prod (8). 9 8% 9 + %
7% 1% Minn Mot Pw.... 1% 1% 1%
26% 3% Mo Kan & T.... 6% 6 6 - %
85 10%' MKT pt A (7).. 17% 17 17 + %
42% 5% Missouri Pac 8% 8 8 - %
107 12 Mo Pac nf (5).... >B% 17% 17% %
21% 7% Mohawk Carnet.. 8% 8% B%+ k
29% 6% Montgy Ward.... 10 9% 9%- %
19% 5 Motor Wheel (1).. 5% 5 5 - %
36% 7% Mullins Mfg 11% 10% 10%+ 1%
18% 5 Murray Corp 7% 77 - %
N
40% 15 Nash Motors (4).. 17% 17% 17% - %
10 % Nat Bellas H.... % X %“ %
83% 36% Nat Biscuit (2.80) 4?%' 41 41% - %
39% 7k Nat Carfi R A... 10 9 9%+ %
50% 20 Nat Dair Pr (2.60). 24 23k 23% - %
44% 10% Nat Pr &Lt (1).. 16% 14'.; 14% - %
58 18% Nat Steel (2) 3% 2 22 —l%
76% 10 Nat Sure Co (2)... 14% 14% 14% - %
24% 6% National Tea (JL. 8% 8 B%+ %
14% 4% Nevada Con (.80)). 6 *■% t% - %
132% 24% N Y Cent 4) 32% 30% 30% -1%
88 2% NYC &St L... 77 7 + %
04 5 NYC&St L 6 pf 9 7% 8% + %
227 101 NY & Harl (5).. 120 115 119%+ 4%
£4% 17 NY NH & H (4).. 24% 23% 23%- %
119% 52 NYNH&Hpf(7) (8 67% 68 -t- 2
13% 5% NY Ont & W.... 8% 8 8 - %
29% 10 Noranda Mines.. 13% 13% 13%— X
11 2% Nor Am Aviat... 3% 3% 3%
107% 79 Nor Am Ed pf (6) 80% 80% 80%+ X
60% 14% Northern Pac (3). 21 19% 20 - %
o
19% 5 Ohio Oil 6% 6 6 - %
58% 16% Otis Elev (2)4)... 22% 21 21 -1%
16% 3% Otis Steel 4 3% 3%- %
P
54% 29% Pacific Gas & E (2) 35 34% 34% - %
11% 3% Pack Motor (.40). 5% 5 5% + X
50% 5); Paramount (2)4).. 11% 10% 10%
2% ,% Pathe Exch % %' %
8% 1% Pathe Ex A 2% 2 2% + X
46% 22 Penick &Fd (1).. 27% 27 7- %
44% 26% Penney J C (2.40) 27% 27% 27%+ %
64 16% Penn R R (3).... 20% 20 20 - %
250 106% Peoples Gas (8).. 118% 117% 117%- 1%
10% 2% Petroleum Cor (1). 4% 4% 4% + X
25% 5% Phelps Dodge.... 7% 7% 7%- %
12% 2% Phila RC & 1... 3% 3% 3%- %
16% 3% Phillips Petrol.... 5% 5 5 - %
3% % Pierce Petrol 11l
37 19% Pillsbury Fl (2).. 22% 22% 22%+ k
■39% 26% Pirelli Co (3.13)... 27% 27% 27%+ %
86 11 Pitts & W Va.... 12% 12% 12%
39% 4 Postal T& C pf.. 7% 77% (■ 1%
20% 4k Prairie Oil & G.. 6% 6% 6%
26% 5% Prairie Pipe L... 8 7% 7% + %
7% 1% Pressed St Car... 1% 1% I%+ %
71% 36% Proc & Gam (2.40) 41% 41 41% - %
96% 49% Pub SN J (3.40). 56% 54% 55% + 1%
58% 15% Pullman Inc (4).. 20 18% 18%- 1%
11% 3% Pure Oil 4% 4% 4%
55% 10% Purity Bak (3)... 13% 12% 12% -1%
R
27% 5% Radio Corp 7% 7% 7%- %
60 9% Radio pf B (5)... 14% 14% 14%- %
4 2% Rad K Orp new.. 4% 4 4
19% 1% Reming Rand.... 2% 2% 2%+ %
10% 2% Reo Mot (.40).... 3% 3% 3%
25% 4% Republic Steel.... 5% 5% 5%+ k
54 8% Repub Steel pf... 1.% 12% 12%+ %
22% 7 Reyn Metal (1)4). F.% 8% 8%-|- %
54% 32% ' Reyn Tob B (2).. 36% 35% 36
6% % Richfield Oil % % %
10% 1% Rio Grande 0.... 2k 2% 2k
41% 5% Ritter Dent (1)4). 8 8 8
26 3% Rossia Ins (2.20).. 5% 5% b%- %
42% 13 Royal DNY (2.28) 15 14% 14%- 1
S
69% 38% Safeway Stor (5). 44% 44 44 -1
30% 7 St Jos Lead (5)... 10 ’% 10 - %
62% 3 St L-San Fra.... 4% 4% 4%- %
76 4% St L&SF pf (6).. 7 6%' 7 + %
11% 3 Schulte Stores.... 3% S% iX
1% X Seaboard Air L.. ,%' % X“✓%
2% % Seab A L pfd %' % %
20% 5% Seab Oil (.40).... 8% 8 8
63% 29% Sears Roeb (2)4).. 3% 32%, 33 - %
11% 3% Servel 5 <% ♦%“ X
21 3% Sharpe & Dohme. b 5 5 — %
29% 8% Shatt F G (1).... %% %% %% - %
10% 2% Shell Union Oil.. 3% 3%
78 15 Shell Un Oil pf.. 20% 21% 20%- %
9% % Shubert Theat... % % %+ X
23% 6% Simmons Co 8% BJ, B%'— %
11 3% Simms Petrol.... 4% 4% 4%
15% 4 k Sinclair Oil 6% 6% 6%- %
12% 2 Skelly Oil 4 4 4 + %
62 10 Skellv Oil of 15%' 15 15% + .%
15% 2 Snider Pack pf.. 3k 3 3%+ 1
21 8% Socony Vac (1.60). 10% 9% 9% - %
54% 28% Sou Calif Ed (2). 31% 30 30k- Ik
17% 6% So Porto R Su... 8% 7% 7\- &
109% 25k South Pacific (4).. 31% 3 % 30%- %
65% 6% Southern Ry 10% >O% 10 k - %
WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGE
SALES
Washington Railway & Electric
pfd.. 3®87.
Washington Gas 6s “A", SI,OOO
d/ ioo. sl,ooo@ 100.
Capital Traction Co.. $1.0004)'59.
I’uhlm Ttlilty Hond*~ _ 1 I’l'l I A" l *
A l'nvi Tri Tel 4 ’39 . .. . 110&U L
Alu« Tel A Tel Ctl Tr. 5*..1101 .....
AhavoetlM A Put K K ■ I OK I
A lie A Pul Uunr 5s .1 ox 'Oft
« A P Tel of Va 6a |1«» I- ■■ ..
< »l> Traellon R R 6s I <■* I '! ?'
tl|(y ft Muburbkn 6s I t>l I ’9
UeUIMMIoWe lies Ist 6s >lou
Putuihau Klee Cons 6a 1100 l»0l'»
Voluh.au Bleu 6s 1953 1106 I
Weal! Ales A Mt V ett • 3 I
Washington tlas 4Hs I #<l Vs! »>
WaslilngUn <ln« 6s ilou I
Witab <lue*lla aeries A ilou ilth'U
Waalt (lua Sa series B llo.lUi
Wttih Ry A Hlee 4e 1 .1 I I• 'c
Mlet'rlliinritne Bunds I
Harber A Hose Ine I S 5 I
Chevy Chase Club Ctje I 99 |ioou
Col Counirv Club 6's .. . I*'" i'*.*
W ,M Cold Stornae l 94 I
Public Utility Sttyks I I
* Anter Tel A Tel liT9%|.
Capital Traction Co ....I 13(41 20
Wash Gas Lt Co | 94 I
SATURDAY—JANUARY 9—1932
| Bld I A4k
N A w Meathboai ,I)M 131 V
Pot Klee 4'owey «a pfd .... 1110 I
f..| Hlee Pwr i.td 104
Wash Ih A KI win 1310 I
Wash Ry * KI »<M I ST I 90
hnllunnl Hank Mock, I Min.l A«k
4% j.ila I .... ..... ...... fl Ta (3.**o
t'rt lum bls . . . ...|3TS 1426
t'ututnervial teiainpe.li Isa |2vo
bietnet |i»s iTio
Ke.l Amer Nil k A Tr....| 4St*| -5
Liberiy .iso :io
t Inewln i4OO 44u
Uoftepelltsn p;» 310
hl*»M ... |3SV 360
Se.h.Hri .1166 199
Washington ............... 4 .|190 1200
Trnef Cnmiuinv Stock* I I
gse * TrOo 3»» |3lJ _
Nal'l nsr A Tr 376 ',400
Ptinn* «4enr«*, Bk A Tr I 2S I 40
•Vhh'n frhet - H 9 ’ l !:o
Wa.h |,,Mtn A tr 4ou 440
tinrfnas Hank J J_
Bauk nF Detheed* ,63 1 60
Cum * keyings 1.. .
Ks»t Washington I 20 | 36
Pol Slaving, Bank I »* I ” k
Hao Hav A Com Bk >436 1500
.Seventh Streel ITS* I
United states !»*• »»•
Wash Mechanics I *0 | »0
Pr**. 1931—3: Nam* and N*(
High Low Dividend Rat* High Low Clo** Cb ge
83 10 Sou Rwy pf (5)... 15 15 15 + %
13% 9 Sparks With (1).. 3% 3
20% 10’4 Stand Brands (1.20) 1354 13 13%- %
4 1% St Com Tobac.... 2 2 2
8894 15*4 Stand Gas (330% 29'4 2914- %
64% 29% Stan Gas pf (4)... 37% 37% 37%+ 1%
106 87% Std Oil Exp pf (5) 91’4 91% 91'4+ %
51% 23'K Std Oil of Cal (2*4) 26% 24% 24%- 1%
52% 25% Std OH NJ (la).. 19 28% 28%- %
5% % Sterling Secur... 1% 1% 1% + %
40 16% Sterl Sec cv pf (3) 20% 20% 20%
21% 4% Stewart Warn.... 5% 6% 5%— %
54% 9% Stone & Webst (2) 11% 11 11 - %
26 9 Studebaker (1.20). 12% 12 12%+ %
40% 11 Superb Co (2’4)... 11% 11% 11%- %
18% 2% Superior Steel.... 5% 5% 5% I- %
T
21% 11% Telautoer (1.40)... 13% 13% 13%
36% 9% Texas Corp (2).... 13’% 1'94 1294- %
55% 19% Tex Gulf Su (3).. "4’4 13% 23%- %
17% 4’4 Tex Pac L Tn... 5% 5’4 s',- 94
23 5% The Eair (2.40)... 5% 5 5 - %
15’4 5% Third Avenue.... 10% 10 10 — %
18 6% Them Pr In (1.20) 8% 8% B’4— %
8% % Thorn Starrett... 1% 1% I%+ %
9 2% Tidewater Asso... 3% 3 3—4
68 20% Tidew A pfd (6)... 27 27 27 - %
59 16% Timken Roller (2) 23 21% 22%+ 2%
4% 1% Tobac Prod 94 3 3 - %
14 6 Tobac Pr A (.80a). 7% 7% 7%+ %
18 2 Transamer Corp.. 3% 3 3’4— 4
11’4 2 Tri Contin Corp.. 3% 3% •'% +
94’4 36% Tri Cont pf (6)... 50 a 50% 50 .+ %
45,% 24 Trico Prod (2%).. 28% 27% 27*4+ 94
U
75J4 13% Underwd El (4%). 18 17% 17%- %
72 27% Union Car (2.60).. 32% 31 31%+ %
26,% It Union Oil Cal (2). 13% 13% 13%- %
2C5% 65 Union Pac (10).... 76% 75'4 76+1
38% 954 United Air & T... 12% 11% 11%- %
61% 40 Un Air 4T pf (3). 43% 43% 43%’+ 1
41% 28 United Bisc (2)... 21% 22% 22* + %
285* 64 United Carbon.... 10% 10% 10%+ 94
7% 1% United Cigar 194 1% 1%
31% 7% Unit Corp Del (%: <% 9% f%- %
5’% 264 Unit Cp Del pf (3) 37% 36% 37 +l%
67% 17% United Fruit 23% 2>% 22%+ 94
37% 15% Un Gas Imp 1.20) 19% 19 19 - %
50 14% U S Gypsum (1.60) 21% 20% 214- %
77% 20’4 U S Indus Ale... 26% 25% 25%- %
10% 1% U S Leather 2% 2% 294+ %
15% 3’4 U S Leath A.... 4% 4% 4%
374 10 US Pipe & F (2). 12 11% 11%
36% 5% U S Realty (1).... 6% 6% 6%- %
/094 3% U S Rubber 4% 4% 4%— 94
35 4 6 4 U S Rub pf 10% 10% 10% + %
25% 12% U S Smelt (1).... 16% 16’4 16% + 94
47 35 U S smelt pf (3%) 38% 3:% 38%+ 1%
152% 35% U S Steel (4) 44% 42% 42% - %
150 94 U S Steel pf (7)... 109% ICB 109 + %
52 20 Un Stores pf (4).. 35 35 35 + 1%
110 77 Univ L Tob of (8) 80 80 £0 + %
31 7% Util P& L A (2). 9% 9% 9%
V
2 % Vadsco Sales % % %
28 14 Vadsco pf 20 20 20 +l%
76% 11 Vanadium 15 13% 14 — %
71% 20% Vulcan Defin 14). 26% ".6 26 4+ %
W
26 % Wabash 1% 194 I%+" %
51 1% Wabash pf A.... 2% 294 2%
27% 11% Waldorf Sys (1%) 15% 15 15%+ %
15 1% Walworth C 0.... 2% 2% 2% + %
8% 1% Ward Bak B 2 2 ,
20% 2% Warner Picts 3% 3 3%+ %
40% 8% War Pic of (3.85). 10% IC% 10%+ 1%
4694 3% Warren Bros b% 5 5%
49% 12% Warren Bcv pf.. 15 15 15 -
26’4 12 Wesson O&S (2).. 15 15 15
57% 44% Wesson cv pf (4). 48% 48% 48%+ %
44% 9 W Dairy p A.... 13 12 12 — %
12% 2% W Dairy pr 8.... 3 3 3
31% 3 West Pac pf 5% 5% 594+ U 4
19% 4% W Maryland 6% 6 b - %
150% 33 West Union (6).. 41 40 40% - %
36% 11 West Air Br (2).. 13% 13% 13%+ %
107% 19J4 West E& M (3%) 26% 24% 25* - I
119% 60% Wes E&M 1 pf(2%) 66 66 66 +4
26% 7% White Motor 9% 9'4 9'4- %
47% 20 White Rock (4a).. 23 23 23 + %
10% 1 White Sew M.... % % %+ %
994 2% Wilcox 0&G... 3% 3% 3%+ %
8 1% Willys Overld 2% 294 294
10% 1% Wilson &Co A.. 194 294 294+ %
72% 35 Woolworth (2.40). 41% 40% 40%- %
106% 15% Worth Pump 20% 1894 19 “1%
8094 46 "Wrigley (4) 54% 52% 52% -1%
Y
15% 3 Yellow Trk B 4 394 3%+ %
Z
14 6% Zonite Prdts (D... 8 7% 8 + 94
(a) Option*! *tock or ca»b. (b) Partly extra, (c) Extra
■took *nd cash, (d) Extra In stock. <*> Including arrears.
(f> l-60th* of a share in stock <g) Paid this year
(AA) 10% In stock. (ww) With warrants (xw> Without
warrants, (*) Ex-dividend (+ > Ex-rights.
Dividend rat* in dollar* In parenthese*.
Year's high and low price* are carried to previous close
Although the increase in number of hogs in
the country and the number of sows bred or to
be bred for farrow in the spring of 1932 is
unfavorable for higher meat prices, more hogs
point toward better com prices next year. Any
substantial increase in hog numbers is expected to
result in materially improved demand for corn
for feeding purposes.
Stocks of all oil. according to the Bureau of
Mines report for November, gained 2,762,000 bar
rels to 618,938 barrels as compared to decreases
of 6,339.000 barrels in October and 14,620,000
barrels in September. In November last year
stocks of all oils declined 2,504,000 barrels, to
671,874,000 barrels.
I Min.l Ask
Fire Insurance Stoek* I |__
American |27 b
Corcoran |l°o
Firemen s I 30 <0
National Union I 14% 1®
Title Insurance Stocks I I
Columbia 1 ? I 10%
Real Estate .. •■ • I HS 1 160__
Miscclianeoua_ Btoeka I l
Barber A Roas Inr Com ..| I ®
Col Medical Bldg corp ...J 90 1105
Col Sand & Orav pfd I 99 1101
D (; Ha per Mfg pf I I »
Diet Natl Sec. pfd 1 63 i 75
Emer Bromo Selz A I 24 I 26
• Federal Storage pf 100 1110
Fed-Am Co Com 19 I 22
Fed-Am Co pf 90 I 93
Laneton Monotype 64 • 65
Mer Tr & Stsre com S 5 1105
Mer Tr & Stae pfd 86 1 89
Mergenthaler Lino 64 65
• Natl Mtire & Inv pfd 3’4 I
People* iJrutc * nf 7m Ml
Real Est M A G pfd 5 6
• Security Storage 'IOO 1105%
Tei R*f * Wh Corp ... » 42 • So
The Carpel Corp I 12%' 16
W Meeh M’ge com I B%i
Wash Med Bldg Corp . J 90 1105
Wdwd A Lothrnp com I 29%l 21
Woodward A Lothrnp pfd.. ! 107 1112
'Ex dividend.
PEAKS FLATTEN ■
AFTER RALLIf •
IN STOCKS
By W. S. COUSINS
NEW YORK, Jan. 9 (I.N.S). ,
Stocks ran into a stone wall of
profit-taking and speculative sell
ing after reaching the best levels
of the move in the weekend
market.
The result was a considerable
flattening out of the peaks in the
bull move which has been under
way since Wednesday and a drop
of Ito 2’/ 2 points in a long list
of the active industrial and rail
road shares.
Rails Sag After Rise .
Early speculative interest re
volved around the railroad stocks,
in view of the prospect for the ad
justment of wages at the meeting 4
to be held in Chicago next week.
New Haven, New York Cen’ral.
Atchison, Southern Pacific, and
Union Pacific sold higher at the
opening, but, in most cases the
highest prices of the day were
recorded in the first period.
United States Steel forged
ahead about a point to 44% and <
new tops for the current week
were recorded for Westinghouse,
American Can, General Motors,
Dupont, etc. In other sections
of the list the favorites started ’
at low prices and were unable to
regain their lost ground.
On the whole the market was
a quiet and tame affair, with
“evening up” and switching of
the professionals accounting for
a good portion of the activities
of the day. ,
Reaction In Utilities
American Telephone and Con
solidated Gas took a reactionary
turn in the utilities. Auburn «
backed and filled over a charac
teristically wide area, with motor
shares as a group slightly easier.
Amusements were in better
than average demand, notably
Paramount and Loews. Oils were
irregularly lower.
Turnover exceeded 1,000.000
shares by a slight margin.
GRIS FIBER.
ST OPENING
CHICAGO, Jan. 9 (1.N.5.),
Wheat opened ’/W’gc up with
buying on the continued firmness
in securities. Trade was light.
Liverpool was weaker- than ex
pected, closing ’/ 8 to ’%d lower,
but received little attention here. <
A moderate export business was
reported worked in wheat over
night. "Winnipeg scored gains
of ’/zC.
Corn opened a shade firmer,
with buying on the cold weather
over the belt, but later turned
easy on selling by a house with
northwest connections. Cash corn
basis rules weaker.
Oats and rye trailed wheat in
quiet trading.
Estimated carlot receipts were:
Wheat 7, corn 118, and oats 29. •
CHICAGOLIVESTOCK <
CHICAGO, Jan. 9 (1.N.5.).—
Hogs—l4,ooo; steady. Top, $4.40;
bulk, [email protected]; heavy weight,
$3,800’410; medium, $4.10?/4.40;
light, [email protected]; light lights,
[email protected]; packing sows, $3.2540
3.50; pigs, [email protected]; holdovers,
5,000.
Cattle —Receipts, 500; steady,
beef steers, good and choice,
[email protected]; common and me- *
dium, [email protected]; yearlings, $6.00
@10.50. Butcher cattle: Heifers,
$4.00 @7.50; cows, $3.00 @5.50;
Bulls, [email protected]; calves. $5.50 "</) <
8.00; feeder steers, [email protected];
stocker steers, [email protected]: stock°r
cows and heifers, [email protected].
Sheep—Receipts, 5,000; steady.
I Medium and choice lambs, $5.25'0)
16.25; culls and common. $4.00@
: 4.75; yearlings. $4.00@ 4 75: com
mon and choice ewes, [email protected];
I feeder lambs, [email protected].
CLOTH MARKET ACTIVE
NEW YORK. Jan. 9 (I.N.S .
Broader activity was reported nt
print cloth and broadcloth
markets today, as buyers booked
substantial contracts for January
and February deliveries of a num
ber of styles. Sheetings were
active in certain constructions,
i with the market as a whole dis
playing considerably improved
I tone. Encouragement was de- «
1 rived from the fact that interest
which had been previously con
i centrated on one or two styles is
now broadening out to include a ,
much wider range.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, Jan* 9JI N S.)
Europe I Demard <'«hje _
Great Britain, sterling! 13 P'’•<
France, franc "303
Belgium, belga | 13*7
Switzerland, franc...i I .194*
Italy, lira | n'.nx
Sweden, krone | l'< ft ?
Norway, krone 1.,......
Denmark, krone | t
Germany. reichHinark! '-’l'
Greeee, drachma I
Spain, peseta •’ ■’ < • .
Holland, florin I V'"' > ’
Austria, schilling....! It""
Poland, zloty I .11.;"
Hungary, pengo I IT' 1 ’
Finland, mark....... I '‘L
Jugoslavia, dinar....! .017 S
Czechoslovakia, crown 1
Rumania, leu | " r ’
Far Eaat "
Shanghai, tael I .3300 U
Hongkong, d011ar....! .250"
Bombay, rupee | .2600
Yokohama, y -n 865
South America I
silo d» Janeiro, milreis .06'r.
Buenos Aires peso.. I ,25Kx
I Uruguay, dollar I .450" I ""
, Peru, soles de nro.. . hiui ' r, ° ,
I Chili, peso | 1 215
(anada
Naw York fund* In Mot ■
piemtum at I! 000.
Montreal funds In New York,
discount at 11,000.

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