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BANK/ QUOTATION

RECORD
0.

REQ.

8.

PAT.

OFFICE

New York Stock

Exchange
Boston Stock Exchange
Baltimore Stock Exchange

New York Curb Exchange

New York Produce Exchange

,

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
Philadelphia Stock Exchange
Cleveland Stock Exchange
Los Angeles Stock Exchange
San Francisco Stock Exchange

Chicago Stock Exchange

Detroit Stock

Exchange

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGES
PAGE

PAGE

EXCHANGE—BONDS... 16

PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE.65

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS..29

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE....67

N. Y. STOCK

NEW YORK CURB

NEW

YORK

EXCHANGE.......39

PRODUCE

-57

CHANGE

DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE

69

BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE....70

EX-

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE.72

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE

59

LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE

BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE

63

PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE...76

INDEX TO GENERAL

QUOTATIONS
PAGE

PAGE

REVIEW

.1

OF NOVEMBER

74

TEXTILE MANUFACTURING

STOCKS.

MILLS

94

STEAM RAILROAD BONDS.—

77

NORTHERN

STEAM RAILROAD STOCKS

81

SOUTHERN MILLS..

94

INVESTMENT TRUST ST'KS & B'DS.,82

CANADIAN MILLS..

94

JOINT STOCK LAND BANK BONDS...99
JOINT STOCK LAND BANK

STOCKS..99

MINING STOCKS

94

INSURANCE STOCKS & SCRIP...94,120

FEDERAL LAND BANK BONDS

100

REAL ESTATE TRUST & LAND STKS.95

R$AL ESTATE BONDS..

108

TITLE GUAR. & SAFE DEP. STOCKS..95

83

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

91

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT BONDS... 101

INDUSTRIAL & MISCELL. STOCKS...95

93

EXCHANGE SEATS.

BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES... 109

CANADIAN BANKS

December 4,

WILLIAM

B.

William

I



DANA

100

CANADIAN MUNICIPAL BONDS....102

INDUSTRIAL & MISCELL. BONDS
1

U. S. AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

..88

COMPANY,

Street, Corner

of

119

1931

PUBLISHERS

Spruce Street, New York.

Investment Service For Institutions
Through
offer
be

an

our

offices

in

important cities in the United States

experienced investment service

pleased to

submit

a

to

comprehensive

institutions.

list

of

carefully

Municipal, Railroad and Public Utility Bonds which




we

selected

Corporation
60 Cedar

Building

Street, New York

SAFE DEPOSIT & TRUST CO.
OF BALTIMORE
Chartered 1864

Capital $2,000,000
Acts

•

Organized 1867

Surplus & Profits Over $4,870,000

Trustee of

as

Corporation Mortgages, Fiscal
Agent |or Corporations and Individuals, Transfer
Agent and Registrar.
Depositary under plans of
reorganization.
Acts
as
Executor, Administrator, Guardian,
Trustee, Receiver, Attorney and Agent,
being
especially organized for careful management and

settlement of estates of every character.

SECURITIES HELD ON DEPOSIT FOR
OUT-OF-TOWN
CORPORATIONS AND PERSONS.
DIRECTORS
H. WALTERS
WALDO NEWCOMER
NORMAN JAMES

Kijfjf

JOHN J. NELLIGAN
JOSEPH B. KIRBY
ROBERT GARRETT
J. EDWARD JOHNSTON
HOWARD BRUCE
MORRIS WHITRIDGE
..

SAMUEL M. SHOEMAKER
BLANOHARD RANDALL
EDWIN G. BAETJER

OFFICERS
H. WALTERS, Chairman of Board
NELLIGAN, President
ANDREW P. SPAMER, 2d V.-P
JOHN W.MARSHALL,Asst.to Pres. JOSEPH B.
KIRBY, 3d Vico-Pres.
H. H. M.LEE, Vice-President
WILLIAM R. HUBNER, 4th V.-P.

JOHN J.

George B. Gammie
Treasurer I. Campbell Connor
Asst. Secretary
R. S. Opie
- Asst. V.-P. A Asst. See.
Roland L. Miller - Cashier A Asst.
Sec.
George Pauscfa
Asst. V.-P. A Sec. Maurice J.
Nelligan,

Albert P. Strobel - Real Estate Officer
John W. Bosley - Asst. Treaa.A Asst. Sec.

Edgar H. Cromwell.
Asst. Treas. A Asst. Sec.
Andrew H. Troeger Assistant Treasurer

J. Edward Knapp
Thomas B. Butler

•
-

Assistant Treasurer
Asst. to 3rd V.-P.

Robert B. Chapman Assistant Secretary

Asst. Cashier A Asst. Sec.
W. D. Gill Wrightson Asst. Secretary

Harry E. Challla Raymond E. Burnett
Howard W. Baynard
James S. Asher
-

Assistant Cashier
...

Auditor

Asst. Auditor
Asst. Auditor
Asst. Real Est. Officer
-

-

abroad,
we

we

shall

Government,

recommend for investment.

Chase Harris Forbes
The Chase National Bank

and

Upon request

-

-

C. F. Lechthaler
Chalmers S. Brumbaugh

Ststlaticl&n

\

BANK

QUOTATION
RECORD
HEC1.

Copyright in 1931 by WILLIAM B. DANA
Entered

Second Class Matter,

as

S.

OFFICE

PAT.

COMPANY, in office of Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C.
the Post Office at New York, N. Y., under the Act of March 3 1879.

March 9 1928, at

to

Bank

Quotation Record

and

getting them to assent to

in wages for one year,

received

Record Is one of the publications of

Bank and Quotation

The

Commercial St Financial Chronicle and Is issued

Canada

United
other foreign

Quotation Record is $6.00 a year

The subscription price to the Bank St

extra

Foreign postage outside of United States and Canada, 50 cents
Single copies

sold at 75 cents per copy.

are

LONDON OFFICE—Edwards St Smith,

E. O.

1 Drapers* Gardens.

lution

New York.

AND

to confer

that

and busi¬
again disappointed.
At the beginning of the
there were quite a number of what seemed promisin

developments, and these encouraged hopes that the country
might

be

last

at

getting

ready

to

emerge

from

the de¬

pression under which it had suffered so long, 'but as the
progressed they lost their potency as influences for

month

stimulating trade because they failed to fulfill their early
promise.

Among

mentioned

factors of promise may

early

these

be

the rise in the price of wheat; this unfor¬

(1)

after making further headway in the first half

tunately,

of the month,

encountered a severe setback the latter part

of the month, &s a result of which a

considerable portion

of the early

marked appreciation

(2)

advance was lost;

the price

a

of silver, which likewise, after being carried

much further in the fore part

setback the latter part;

region, and three from the Southern region,

Executives'
as

he

Association

Chairman of the Railway
and

might gain

railroads

for

confined

attached

(3) hopes that railroad labor, now

of

Presidents in each

constitute a Committee

Nine, of which Daniel Willard, of the Baltimore & Ohio

RR.

made

was

Chairman.

The

considered at meetings

was

flat increase in railroad

as

a

to

special

classes

condition that

even

of

freight,

and

in¬

statement in

a

flatly turned down
reduction.

these latter to meet

been

their fixed charges—it had

recognizing the plight of

hoped that railroad labor,

10% voluntary reduction

the roads, would now consent to a

The chief reasons given by the labor unions in

to

give

assurance

"that the

thus saved would be

money

applied either to increase employment, or even to stabilize
existing employment."
Mr. Robertson, as head

of the Railway Labor Executive

the course of his letter,

Association, in
tacular

and

argument or serious reasoning.

the

however,

were

completely dashed

to

present wages of capital," and said:

You

to

entertain

the proposal

and countered

with

that

any

reduction in

the wages of labor, if

assented to, would have to be used in relieving unemployment
rather than being used to ease the

it

were

submit that impartial

precede any enduring revival of trade, and if this could be
coupled with an improvement in the condition of the large
farming class through higher prices for grain, the problem

putting trade and business on the way to recovery would

month

what

appeared

There was at the opening of
like

another

favoring

are

factor,

sidered

a

increased

not

way revenues

and

asking for

severe

and

the

bond

market

suffered

another

tumble, passing indeed through the severest siege of

the whole

period of shrinking security values, it being almost

precipitating a further sharp break in prices.

expenses

IN

WAGES.

The New York Central RR. had been

justification in fact.

charity,

The rail¬

for a dole.

nor

Their

railway labor constitutes the most

and

as

right, and, in fact, inevitable, that wages should share to
reasonable extent in the lowering of operating costs.

There

appeared the more reason for asking this concession

at the hands
so

of railroad labor since the cost of living has

largely diminished and hence a given wage represents

a

corresponding increase in buying power from which it fol¬
lows

that
no

the railroad

worse

higher.

worker

where

he

has

employment

with the lower wage schedule than he did

scale, but with the cost of living also

To be sure, many railroad men

are

out of employ¬

ment, and some are working only part time, and while this

conducting negotia¬

tions with its unionized workers for some time with




or

must somehow be lowered, it seems only fair and

under the higher wage

THE REFUSAL OF RAILROAD LABOR TO CONSENT TO A REDUCTION

public opinion will support our

important item in the cost of running the roads,

fares

impossible to dispose of even small blocks of bonds without

employees, but

claim upon our charity.

have fallen away in most distressing fashion,

that inasmuch as

con¬

good sign, but this, too, vanished as railroad diffi¬

no

proposition resolves itself down to the simple fact that rail¬

some

culties

"We have been asked

Obviously this was simply grandstand play and

capital."

generally

namely, an active bond market at rising prices, always

A number of other similar

Thus:

that lalor cannot le called upon to pay a dole to idle

without the least warrant
was

roads

great measure solved.

also made.

the relief of those who have

admitted that placing thejrailroads on their feet again must

be in

after their duty to their dependents,

to contribute not to the relief of our fellow

We

(a most

We submit that the first duty

opportunity of employment."

financial stress of the rail¬

the most serious.blow of all, inasmuch as

asking that the employed workers take

obligation to their fellow employees who are denied

an

answer

This attitude of railroad labor was unquestionably

roads.

"You are taking

the
to

proposition

are

of the employed workers,

is

statements

lutely

He charged that

engaged in an attempt "to increase

extraordinary statement!).

the

ground as the heads of the railroad unions declined abso¬

were

10% from their earnings to support idle capital

an

hopes,

made some spec¬

flambuoyant statements that could hardly be

nothing from the earnings of capital to support unemployed

in wage scales.
These

The letter

the proposition for a voluntary wage

rejecting the proposal was that the railway executives failed

workers.
to enable

labor unions'

letter dated Nov. 21 and addressed to Daniel

Willard, the Chairman of the Committee of Nine.

had

such increases must be

proposal

began in New York Nov. 19 and closed Sunday, Nov. 22, after

freight rates

very moderate

reduction

wage

between the two bodies which

the Presidents had acknowledged receipt of the

Commission had denied the petition of

a

applied first of all to helping out the weaker roads in order

the

his

harmony with this resolution, the Eastern, Western and

of the respective groups, the whole to

of the month, suffered a severe

15%, and, instead, had granted only

creases

of

of

understanding of each other's re¬

an

Southern groups of roads selected three

railroad executives
of

members

such

might desire, in order that executives and

deemed

the Commerce

that

the

nine executives be

committee of

a

were

month

in

Executives'

conference with

a

in response to this request the

with D. B. Robertson,

Association

In

Expectations of a change for the better in trade
ness

Labor

Railway

asking for

spective viewpoints regarding the subject of railway labor.

EVENTS.

FINANCIAL

10%

meeting in New York on Nov. 13, adopted a reso¬

a

providing

workers

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voluntary reduction of

appointed, consisting of three from the Eastern region, three

Publishers,

William Street corner Spruce Street,

the

Washington

the railway executives, and

latter, at

Labor
DANA COMPANY,

B.

at

a

when on Nov. 2 the railroad executives

from

request

from the Western

CHICAGO OFFICE—208 South La Salle Street.

WILLIAM

a

Association

monthly.

and $13.60 in
countries and United States Possessions and Territories.
in

$11.60

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except

the

within Continental

Terms for the Chronicle are $10 per annum

States,

NO. 12.

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NEW YORK,

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a

view

s

no

fault of the railroad workers, neither is it the fault

of the railroads or the railroad executives.

The depression

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v

is not

„of their making,

it about.
to

had they any hand in bringing

nor

owing to the bad times,

move,

the number of

option but to reduce the force when there is

no

work for

no

railroad

voluntary reduction in

a

Presidents

had

alternative

no

scales, the

wage

but

to

give notice

that they would proceed to decrease wages in the ordinary
What amounted

course.

tions for all
at

union

to

ultimatum

an

railroad employees

on

reduc¬

wage

issued Nov. 24

was

meeting of the Eastern Presidents' Conference, of which

a

L.

F.

Loree

Chairman.

is

After

two

a

hours'

conference

the railroad Presidents decided to give the railroad brother¬
hoods

opportunity to

an

volition.

They

make

decided,

reduction

a

of

however,

to

defer

action

meet in

of

the

brotherhood chairmen who

Chicago Dec. 8 to get the report of the heads

Railway

Labor

Executives'

Association.

If

the

Brotherhood Chairmen refuse to agree to a voluntary wage
decrease the members of the Eastern Presidents' Conference
feel that
cuts

under

of the

other

no

will be open to them but to order

course

the procedure

of the

provided in the labor provisions

COMMERCE

CREASES

BUT

COMMISSION

CONDITIONED

FOR

UPON

INCREASED

IN THEIR APPLICATION

*

MODERATE

CERTAIN

PARTICULARLY THAT THE

THE

THE

NATURE

OUTRIGHT

OF

TO

LOANS

RATE

CHANGES,

REVENUES

IN¬

MORE

RESULTING

WEAKER ROADS SHALL BE IN

RATHER

THAN

IN

THE

FORM

OF

contingent freight rate increase to assist

a

Washington,

late

a

in

October,

figure of $809,100,000, but

gross

imports, was thus brought to an end and European con¬
the dollar re-established.

In Europe
It had its
stalt

itself the crisis waned with relative slowness.

origin in Austria last May, when the Credit An-

collapsed.

It spread throughout the Balkan countries,

became acute in Germany on July 14, and led to the British

suspension of gold payments

Sept. 21, and similar an¬

on

nouncements

by all three Scandinavian central banks

thereafter.

Sterling exchange,

precipitately

swung

loosed

downward

from its

after

the

not

gifts.

It is

proposed

that these loans be secured by

$3.90,

discount of about 20%.

or a

further

a

tion of
of

$3.90.

During most of Novem¬

30%.

about

was

reached,

decline naturally had

in all countries.

question

or

view of the importance

In

of

1

British Government,

but

of

the

of sterling in

alluded

was

definite indications of the

no

Prime Minister MacDonald
banquet at the Guildhall

Neville Chamberlain, the

House of Commons Nov. 17.

Chamberlain replied:

and that

they

New

for two

run

basis

Federal

$3 and $6

on

the

a car

ground

basic rates,

are

Bank,

surcharges to

that

size; elimination of the requirement that if
after the increases

Reserve

Other proposed modifica¬

years.

tions include changing the

"cent-per-net-ton"

York

cars

effective the cut must

and inclusion of lighterage charges

in

well

as

switching charges in the proposed increases and the

as

exemp¬

tion of both from the suggested increase wherever
they are
now

of

absorbed into the charge for the line haul, as in the case

lighterage service in New York Harbor.

also requests that for increases
a

basis

other

than

on

flat 2c.

the

The

petition

less-than-carload freight

hundred

a

conditions,

pounds be

sub¬

the

are

gold

balance

In

not subject to our control,

are

sterling

,Our immediate object is to

budget, rectify the adverse trade balance and

our

the

Scandinavian

three

countries

point of fixation.

likely, according to

pound."

stabilization

respective currencies is apparently to depend
action and

Mr.

standard,

number of important

a

maintain the internal purchasing value of the

the

of

the British

on

The three countries appeared

Copenhagen dispatch of Nov. 17 to the

a

New York "Times," to adopt a common policy closely follow¬

ing

the British

The problems of foreign

sterling.

pound

exchange management and control
of

reflected in

were

a

series

bills, passed by the Danish Parliament Nov. 18, providing

for

prolongation

order

Accompanying the petition is
Railroad

advances.

plan for the creation of

a

Credit

Corporation

of

contributions

roads

the

The plan

and

which

would

collect

the

distribute

and

govern

of the

includes various restrictions

such

on

made to

roads

already in default, and, with certain excep¬

tions, for repayment of the loans in preference to payment
of dividends.

suspension

gold

be

would be incorporated under Delaware

by 12 directors

governed

(if

Washington,

three

by

with

headquarters

the directors, five would be nominated

by members of the Eastern district,
England;

conversion

the regulation of the

the

Western

one

New

being from

district, and two by the

of

until

the

foreign

exporters'

The Minister also

end

of

was

credits

entrusted with

import and export of foreign securities.

Exchange restrictions in Germany remained drastic and
no

alleviation has

so

far

appeared in the rigid regime imposed

that country by successive stages during July, August
and September.
The need for a renewal of the short-term

upon

credits agreement worked out at Basle by the
ton

committee of

bankers

the agreement expires

The organization
laws and

immediate

into Danish currency.

the

Advances, providing, among others, that they could not be

in

to

"There

of which

some

When asked if the Government

return

February 1932, and authorizing the Minister of Finance to

stituted.

the

early

gold can be contemplated.

from the

come

Chancellor

which must be satisfied before the stabilization of

rate is lowered

a

basis, but

a

in

vary

practicable steps would

soon as

Exchequer, discussed the question guardedly in the

rediscount

the

to

that stabilization depends on factors not entirely

contemplated an

of

discount

responsible Ministers of

stated at the annual Lord Mayor's

London, Nov. 9, that as

quota¬

a

a

unsettling influ¬

an

stabilization

point of fixation were given.

he added

narrow

■

sterling

several times in November by the
the

comparatively

sharp decline took place, and by Nov. 30

$3.39 for cable transfers

world trade, this
ence

a

Toward the close of November, however,

proper collateral, that they bear interest at the prevailing
rate

an¬

nouncement, but steadied during October at a level of about

within British control.

loans, and

peg,

suspension

be taken for stabilization of sterling on a definite

the weaker carriers from the rate pool should be

week

a

gold

modifications in the Commission's initial statement.

changes proposed is that the funds advanced to

a

offset by $108,500,000

were

in

among the

The

October reached

financially distressed railroads, but recommended important
Chief

the

favorable movement toward the United States set in.

gold loss, which during September and

The

the Inter-State Commerce Commission's proposal to use the
from

in

gold withdrawals ceased, and by the beginning of November

GIFTS.

The Association of Railway Executives on Nov. 19 accepted

'revenues

The panicky tendency witnessed in

Soon after the conclusion of the Hoover-

conversations

Laval

distance of
RAILROADS ANNOUNCE ACCEPTANCE OF THE OFFER OF THE INTER¬

Although

not lacking, they were mainly

ber, also, sterling hovered within

Transportation Act.

STATE

were

gold withdrawals from the United States, waned and

finally died out.

the

proposed wage reductions until they could learn of the de¬

AND

parts of Europe during October, which occasioned much

some

own

on

GERMANY

European financial crisis remained, during November,

signs of improvement

of

their

FRANCE,

of the outstanding influences in world affairs.

fidence in

cision reached by 1,500 general
are to

The
one

negative in character.

Failing to obtain

IN

AUSTRIA.

railroad

to do.

men

AFFAIRS—DEVELOPMENTS

Plainly enough, with less freight to handle and

workers employed also decreases and the railroads have

the

FOREIGN

of

bill

maturities

in

meet

Berlin

arises.

10

to

Wiggin-Lay-

recognized in November, as

Feb. 29 next

thus

Dec.

was

A

discuss

and the problem

year,

second

committee

this matter.

is

to

Payments

arranged under the first "stiilhaltung" agreement have been
made

punctually, and this represents one of the more satis¬
factory phases of the situation. The Berlin Boerse and other
stock exchanges in

Germany remain closed, meanwhile, and

Southern district, while one would be named by the board

it does not appear likely that the Government and the Reichs-

of directors

of

The twelfth

would

bank will permit a reopening before next year.
The $100,000,000 credit granted the Reichsbank in June by the Federal
Reserve banks, the Bank of England, the Bank of France,
and the B. I.
S., was renewed for an unnamed period,

the
the

the

Corporation.
directors.

March

31

provision

American
be

a

Short Line

Association.

RR.

director-at-large and President of

No compensation would be paid to any of
The

Corporation's

existence

is

limited

to

1933, the railway executives indicating by this
that they

believe business

conditions

will

have

according to
In

cial crisis

business

sidered,

The
of

normal basis.

Corporation will have authority to issue 12 shares

stock

declared.

at

a

par

value of $100.

the Inter-State Commerce

carriers of
nummary

Issue

No

The corporation will make
its

of

dividends
a

are

Commission and

to

contributing

receipts, loans and disbursements,

its

current

financial

condition.

It

with

will

peripdic reports if the Commission requires.




to be

monthly report to
a

also

on

Nov.

2

by the

Federal

Austria, Hungary, Rumania and Yugoslavia the finan¬

improved sufficiently by that time to enable carriers to do
on a

announcement

an

Reserve Bank of New York.

remains

at

their

serious.

Directors

regular meeting in

of

the

Basle,

B.

I.

Nov.

S.

con¬

the
60,000,000 schilling credit to the
Austria, placed at the disposal of the
B. I. S. by the Bank of France.
Extension of the credit was

question

of extending

National

Bank

deferred,

a

16,

a

of

B. I. S. announcement said, pending the receipt

of further information regarding Austria's financial rehabili¬

tation.

delay,

Much
as

perturbation

was

the credit was looked

trian capital.

caused

upon as

in

Vienna

by the

certain in the Aus¬

The Hungarian financial situation

was

dis-

EEYIEW

MONTHLY

will be held.

cussed at

Budapest, Nov. 1, by the Premier, Count Julius
Karolyi, who announced that American, British and other
bankers had been asked to reduce the interest rates on his

country's foreign debts.

His country, he said, would try to

that the country continue to pay the $60,000,000 a year due
for interest and amortization of Government and private debt
contracted

externally.

"We

can

the

meet

due

payments

in the next few
run

charged
ing

to

.

months," Count Karolyi said, "but in the
think our creditors must reduce the interest

we

loans, which

on our

make

8%.

averages

agreement of this

an

We

are now

try¬

them."

In

kind with

reprisal for exchange restrictions imposed by the Austrian
Hungarian Governments, the Yugoslavian Government

and

announced

Nov.

on

17 that

the sale of Austrian and Hun¬

garian 'bills, checks and currency in Yugoslavia
forbidden

and

withdrawals

bank

of

would be

balances

the

by

to

"For the period of the

examine

the

possibility

Of

interest, at this juncture,

Washington, Oct. 25, indicated that the initiative regard¬
further action on intergovernmental debts should be
taken by the European governments principally concerned,

ing

within the framework of the agreements existing prior to the
Hoover year of postponement.
Immediately on the heels
of

this statement,

the

German

and

Informal conversations

were

started by

French

Governments, through their re¬
spective Foreign Offices and Ambassadors, for the formula¬
tion of

method of approach.

a

Premier Laval reached Paris

unparalleled victory.
isters

The only surprise in the list of Min¬
appointment of Sir John Simon as Foreign
to succeed the Marquess of Reading.
Neville
the

was

Secretary,

Chamberlain
take

the

to

Chancellor

made

was

place

In his

of

Philip

10, Mr. MacDonald

the downward revision of reparations

set in formal motion

was

by the German Government.

action taken consisted of

a

The

request to the Bank for Inter¬

that makes the payment, but also the nation that
receives them.
He urged that speedy arrangements be made
"to extricate ourselves from this absurd economic
entangle¬
we have got into."
A significant comment was

ment which

made by

Stanley Baldwin, Lord President of the Council,

Nov. 13.

Mr. Baldwin stated before the House of Commons
that Britain will not agree to
priority of

reparations

,

'

GREAT

r

The

BRITAIN'S NEW

postponement

ditional, annuities.

of

In

conditional,
statement

a

the German Government set forth

but

not

of

uncon¬

following the request,

the need for

a

complete

of

garded

mandate.

Board of

to

levy

Walter

Trade, introduced
the

rushed

was

to

the

of

the

circumstances require measures to be taken with

in the very near future."

the

decision

in

June,

be reached may take place

The German Government reached

before the

Hoover moratorium

is

go on paying annuities,
Reviewing developments since that time,

remarked.

sufficient

The

economy.

of

in

itself to prevent

application

now

apparently
the collapse of German

made

for

reconsideration

postponable

to the

actual

annuities, moreover, "does not do justice
situation," it is asserted.
"As the new plan

confers upon the special advisory committee the task of
considering all phases of the situation, the committee must
examine the problem as a whole and with regard to all its

|
|
!

contributory causes, and in so doing must particularly consider the fact that the matter of Germany's private indebted¬

|

ness

has to be settled before the end of next

Only

'

a

day after this application

announcement was

made by

February.

made to the B. I. S.,
Governor George L. Harrison,
was

of the Federal Reserve Bank of New

was

that

It

Mr. Stewart

made

meeting

announced in. London, Nov. 24,

Sir Walter Layton, editor of "The

be the British member.
was

was

A statement

on

Economist," would
the French position

by Premier Laval, Nov. 26, in

Deputies.

the Chamber of
"We will accept rearrangements for a limited

M. Laval declared, "but will not consent
revision of reparations unless reductions In an equal
period,"

ure

at least

are

to

a

meas¬

consented to with respect to war debts.

! will demand payment of the unconditional annuities and

We
we

j will not accede to priority being given to private debts
! our

over
When the report of the experts is made,

reparations."

M. Laval added,

a

conference of the interested governments




The

Assurances

take

of British

into England from all parts
include a wide

imports affected

that

the

MacDonald

corresponding

agriculture

were

by Sir John Gilmour,

Government

for

measures

the

will

protection

given in the Commons, Nov. 26,
of Agriculture.
The next

Minister

step will consist, he declared, of the application of a quotasystem regulating the amount of home-grown wheat in all
flour

ground in Britain.

THE VISIT TO THE UNITED STATES OF DINO

FOREIGN

MINISTER—ONE

YEAR

GRANDI, THE ITALIAN

TRUCE

IN

LAND,

SEA,

AIR ARMAMENTS CONSTRUCTION.

A further

than

passing

AND

,

development during November, to which
significance attaches, was the official

more

visit

paid to Washington by Dino Grandi, the youthful Foreign
Minister of Italy.
Signor Grandi came to Washington on
the invitation

of

Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson, and
visit paid to Rome by the American

he thus returned the

Minister

in

the course

of

capitals last

summer.

In

with

anti-Fascists

violent

his

unofficial

order
in

to

tour

avoid

of

European

possible trouble

this country,

and his entourage were whisked to

Signor

Washington

on a

Grandi

special

train immediately after their arrival in this
country, Nov. 16.
There followed four days of official

conversations, which

apparently resulted in little

more

than

a

loose understanding

that Italy and the United States will pursue a common
pur¬

Signor Grandi

which begins Dec. 7.

rushed

was

formerly taxed at 33% and raised to 83%, Amer¬
affected by this first order under the new

ican member of the special

I

promptness,

exports

pose

j sailed for Basle, Nov. 28, in order to attend the

manu¬

The impost was made
25, and until that date merchandise subject

levy

York, that Walter W.
Stewart, of Case, Pomeroy & Co., had been chosen the Amer¬
advisory committee.

all

This "abnormal imports act"

authority amount to about $12,000,000 annually, it is esti¬

the memorandum states that the hoped-for
improvement has
not been realized, as the Hoover moratorium is
not

authority

on

was

announced, that the country could not
it

received

"Class 3" by the Board.

Continent.

speedily

concerned with decisions to

the

through all three readings and made effective

new

"The German Government proposes," the
application adds,
"that a special advisory committee should meet without

are

Board

to 100% ad valorem

The authority was used with unusual

as

mated.

delay, and that it should carry out its task as quickly as
possible, so that a conference of those governments which

British
up

of

in Parliament Nov. 16

variety of small wares, such as tools, razors, electrical equip¬
ment, radio sets, typewriters, woolen goods, linoleum, per¬
fumery, table glassware and hosiery.
All the items were
formerly on the free list, with the exception of silk hosiery,
ican

the present

a measure

clear and

a

President

the Board of Trade announcing late Nov. 20 that a 50% tariff
be imposed on a long list of manufactured
goods

the greatest urgency.

j

Runciman,

would

which

It states that

official

import duty of

an

Nov. 20.

private debts by

international commission.

DUTIES.

having given the MacDonald regime

as

emphatic

re-examination of the whole range of German political and
an

TARIFF

British Government quickly started on the policy
protective tariffs, for which the general election is re¬
new

effective Nov.

further

over

German commercial debts.

grouped

after expiration of the Hoover moratorium
year.
The request was in strict conformity with the
provisions of
the Young Plan, and the committee will thus consider the

a

"crazy economy" which is bound to impoverish not only the

national Settlements for the convocation of

ments

Referring to these

nation

committee to investigate

a special
advisory
Germany's capacity to resume pay¬

a

problems, he scored the "unnatural economic adjustment"

factured goods from abroad.

for

to

created

first attention

gave

the reparations and debts
problems.

whereunder

preliminary exchange ended Nov. 19, when the Young

Exchequer
was

Parliamentary declaration at the official opening

gestion coldly, according to Paris dispatches.
This

the

who

place in the Lords.

a

designed to establish the juxtaposition of reparations
and Germany's private short-term credits under the "stillhaltung" agreement. French official circles viewed this sug¬

Plan machinery

of

Snowden,

forced upon the world and asserted that it has resulted in

to procedure were

tion

on

of Oct. 27
swept the Conservatives and the remnants of
the other parties which make
up the National coalition to an

Nov. 2, and promptly participated in these discussions.
The
diverse views of the German and French Governments as

quickly made apparent. Germany desired,
Berlin reports said, not only an inquiry by an advisory com¬
mittee of the B. I. S., to be called in due course under the
Young Plan provisions, 'but also a more sweeping investiga¬

the several comments

are

Britain, headed by Prime Minister Ramsay Mac-

of Parliament Nov.

in

our

The composition of the new regime was announced
by Mr. MacDonald Nov. 5, a week after the national election

The whole question of German reparations and interAllied debt payments was reopened in the broadest possible
fashion in November, as a consequence of the discussion in
The joint statement issued

"It is to

Donald.

Viscount and thus takes

Washington during October between President Hoover and

will not

we

arrangement

new

a

the subject of
reparations and intergovernmental debts made
in November
by officials of the new National Government
of Great

nationals of the two countries also stopped.

Premier Pierre Laval of France.

depression

of

between debtors and
creditors," he remarked.
interest that Germany recover her
solvency."

the League Finance Committee's recommendation

carry out

long

refuse

1

and
on

in fostering disarmament.
came to

functions

After his Washington visit,

New York and

followed.

He

sailed

a

round of receptions

for

his

native

Italy

Nov. 27.

official discussions in Washington were
joint statement issued |by Signor Grandi and
Secretary Stimson at the conclusion of the meetings, Nov. 191
Results

of

outlined in

The

the

a

announcement

disclosed

little.

was

couched

in

general

terms,

and

it

It set forth that full advantage had been

taken of the opportunity for a frank and cordial exchange
of views respecting the many
in

which

the

Italian

equally interested.

and

problems of world importance

United

"Realizing,"

States Governments

the

statement

are

continued,

"that restoration of economic stability and confidence within
our

respective national boundaries

can

only find ultimate

,

EEYIEW

MONTHLY

3
through

achievement

establishment

further

the

of

inter¬

NATIONAL CREDIT CORP. BEGINS ACTIVE OPERATIONS BUT APPAR¬

stability and through a confidence that

national financial

ENTLY

extend itself to all nations, we have attempted to con¬

can

this end by

initiated toward

efforts already

the

tinue

a

candid discussion of the many significant and related inter¬

national

WITH

GREAT

NO

On Nov. 17 Mortimer N.

DEMAND

the

Corporation but reporting that

inasmuch

jects of such importance as the present financial crisis, inter¬

advances and hold

governmental debts, the problems surrounding the limitation

Corp. pending a call for payment

and the reduction of armaments, the stabilization of inter¬

tions.

belief

existing naval

that

expressed

was

certain individual banks

as

of

call for payment on

no

account of the subscription would be issued for the

The

understandings

SERVICES.

ITS

Credit Corp., issued a statement indicating the progress

problems, the solution of which have become a
recognized necessity.
The discussions have embraced sub¬

national exchanges and other vital economic questions."

FOR

Buckher, President of the National

present,

willing to make

were

funds available for the National Credit

The statement was

On Nov. 6 the National Credit

account of the subscrip¬

on

follows.

as

Corp. announced that its Executive Com¬

had instructed the officers

of the

Corporation in their discretion

should be completed, and

to issue an initial call for the payment of

10% of the banks' subscriptions

the one-year

to its

in that regard it was remarked that
armaments truce affords an opportunity for

greater achievements. "It has not been the purpose of this
meeting to reach any particular arrangements," the joint
"but the informal discussions and

statement concluded,

changes of

ex¬

views have served to clarify many points of

mutual interest and have established a sympathetic under¬

We feel confident that the rela¬

standing of our problems.

tionships fostered during this visit will prove valuable in
laying the foundations for beneficial action by our respective

governments."

mittee

ganized associations were filed.
Since

of Dino Grandi is directly

made

the

In accordance with a resolution then

the League Secretariat sent invitations to 63
nations to join the truce.
Replies were to be made Nov. 1,
adopted,

and

that date

on

the League had acceptances

than half the nations in hand.

available

Additional replies received

all

almost

No

conditional.

them

of

opposition

ex¬

was

pressed, however, and it was indicated in Geneva, Nov. 16,
Secretary-General Sir Eric Drummond had conferred

that

with Aristide Briand, the French

Foreign Minister, regard¬

Credit

to

the

plan without the necessity of issuing a

accomplished

which

National

through

willing

are

When the advances to

accumulates to

Credit

the

make

to

Corp.

account of

pending

a

of certain
funds

hold

and

call for payment on

deemed sufficient,

a

^

call for payment

subscriptions will be issued and these advances will be re¬
^

of the National Credit Corp.

than

call

a

for

installment

an

to

.

believe that this procedure
at this

payment bn subscriptions

time should relieve some banks of the burden of

satisfactory generally

r

:

officers

rather

co-operation

advances

subscribing banks in fully organized associations

amount that is

an

paid thereby.
The

has tendered its facilities

Corp.

fully organized associations under the

of subscriptions to the Corporation's gold notes.

account

subscriptions and be more

banks throughout the country.

It may be interesting to bankers

and to the public generally to learn

that in number and amount the advances already made by the

Corporation

through fully organized local associations of banks and the applications
for advances now known

offices

from more

thereafter brought the total number of acceptances up to 47,

National

the

been

has

banks

individual

by Signor Grandi last September at the meeting of

League Assembly.

This

call.

connected with the

project, was a proclamation by the League
of Nations, Nov. 16, of a one-year truce in land, sea and air
armaments construction.
The proposal for this truce was

date

that

and has actually made advances to
terms and conditions of the credit

on

Also of interest, since the name

gold notes as soon as applications for loans from banks in fully or¬

are

The

to

be in

preparation or in transit to the home-

relatively small.

Corporation is following the policy that normally governs the rela¬

tionship between individual banks and their customers in respect of the
confidential nature of any loans requested or made and does not
to make

intend

public the amount of advances or the location of the borrowing

banks and the associations through which advances are made.

It is indicated

that subscriptions to the

now

Corporation's gold notes

will exceed the $500,000,000 originally estimated by those who
the

plan following President Hoover's suggestion.

The

formulated

response

of banks

ing steps toward placing the truce in effect.

everywhere to the Corporation's invitation to subscribe not only is fully

said to be of the

up

M. Briand was
opinion that he had the authority to take,
with Sir Eric, the decision of placing the truce in operation
as of Nov. 1, and the proclamation followed.

to expectations, but also reflects a fine spirit of co-operation among

the banks of the country.

the basis of 2%

on

ceeding 10% of their capital and surplus, and no exceptions are being made
these

to

CLASHES

MILITARY

THE

MANCHURIA

IN

BETWEEN

JAPAN

requirements.

AND
TWELVE HOME

CHINA.

Profoundly disturbing
the

other

in

the

international sphere was,

the series of military and diplomatic

hand,

clashes between China and Japan during November in regard
to

Manchuria,

have long

interests

the

where

recent rise from

of

the

two

countries

These troubles took their direct

been in conflict.

alleged Chinese attempts to bomb a portion
Railway

near

Mukden,

Sept.

18.

Moving with astonishing swiftness, Japanese forces under
General

Shigeru Honjo occupied the City of Mukden,

Chinese arsenal in that city, the banks and other
ments.

the
establish¬

They began, moreover, to extend their sway over

all the lines of the Japanese-owned

establishment

Banks

carried

that

treaty

the

they

where

areas

out of the so-called

troops far

Japanese

are

permitted

international

by

The League Council considered this

agreements to remain.

question in September and again in October, hearing both
the Chinese and

Japanese sides of the question.

resolution of Oct. 30

adopted by the Council in Paris,

was

in the endeavor to insure withdrawal of all
to the treaty zones

battles

were

The famous

by Nov. 16.

Japanese forces

On the latter date, however,

raging, and the League met again to reconsider

the matter.

Nov.

on

whole

affair

unimaginable
degree by the diplomatic pleas before the League Council,
by the efforts of the Washington Government to support
the League in this matter without incurring the displeasure
of the American Congress and people,, and by serious doubts
whether the civil government of Japan was at all times in
control of the Japanese military forces.
Promises made
by the Foreign Minister, Baron Shidehara, for the restraint
of the Japanese troop movements, were apparently dis¬
regarded at times by the military Japanese group.
The
attitude of the Soviet Government also was important, as
the

was

complicated

to

an

to
Tsitsihar, which is north of the Russian-controlled Chinese
Eastern Railway and thus well within the Russion sphere
forces

Japanese

of influence.

tered

on

this

rapidly

Fortunately,

no

extended

their

actual troubles were encoun¬

The Japanese lines were

score.

advance

extended, in

the^course of the month, to all railways owned by Japan
built with the aid of1

Japanese capital, and at the close of
November these lines were held, all the Chinese forces having
or

been

dispelled.

toward
started
drawn.

In the closing days of the month a movement

Chinchow,

on

Peiping-Mukden

the

Railway,

The British

Government warned Japan,

to statements made in the House of

also

expressed

Washington.




anxiety,

'

it
'

according

Commons, that it had an

interest in seeing the region remain undisturbed.
Stimson

was

by General Honjo, but the troops were again with¬

was
-

Secretary

announced

at

of

made known in

14.

of

system

a

Home

to Congress-

Loan

Discount

announcement issued by him

an

Among the objects cited by the President in

.

For

the

present

emergency

purpose

of relieving the financial strains

sound building and loan associations, savings banks, deposit banks

and Farm Loan Banks that have been giving credit through the
of small mortgage

medium

loans upon urban and farm properties used for homes,

to relieve pressure upon

so as

To put the various types

home and farm ownera.

of institutions loaning on mortgages in a po¬

sition to assist in the revival of home construction in many parts

of the

country and with its resultant increase in employment.

The

President

further said

that

the plan

was

designed

"for the long-view purpose

of strengthening such institutions
promotion of home ownership, particularly through

In the

the financial
loan

strength thus made available to building and

associations."

Discount

The

Banks—one

under the direction of

in the plan.

posed

initially of

a

aggregate of

in
a

establishment

of

each

Reserve

Federal

12

District—

Federal Home Loan Board,

The capital

Loan

Home

is pro¬

of ,the banks would

"be

minimum of $5,600,000 to $30,000,000, as may

be determined

the

The

was

PRESIDENT

EACH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT

giving details of his proposal were the following:

South Manchuria and

branches, and in doing so engaged in military operations

its

DISCOUNT BANKS PROPOSED BY

IN

The intention of President Hoover to propose
the

upon

Manchuria

South

the

of

LOAN

ONE

HOOVER,

on

These subscriptions, as already announced, are

of the banks' net demand and time deposits, not ex¬

by the Federal Board upon the basis of the

such

mortgage

loans

and

probable needs of

particular district." ' According to the President's an¬

nouncement

"building and loan associations, savings banks,

deposit banks, farm loan banks, &c.,
the system after

fications and
Board."

In

may

become members of

they have satisfied the conditions of quali¬

eligibility that may be fixed by the Federal

describing the functions of the Discount Banks

the President said:
The proposed Discount Banks to make no initial or direct mortgages,
but to loan only upon the

obligations of the loaning institutions secured

by the mortgage loans as collateral so as to assure and expand the func¬
tioning of such institutions.
The mortgage loans eligible for collateral shall not exceed $15,000 each
and shall be limited to urban and farm property used for home purposes.

The Discount Banks would be empowered to issue bonds
or

in

short-term notes to investors to

the

an

amount not to exceed

aggregate 12 times the capital of the issuing bank.

The statement with regard to the Banks likewise said:
The bonds of these Discount Banks would be thus secured by the ob¬

ligations of the borrowing institutions, the mortgages deposited as col¬
lateral

These

against such obligations and the capital of the Discount Banks.
to be acceptable for security for government and postal

bdnds

deposits.
If the aggregate initial

capital of the discount banks should in the be¬

ginning be fixed at $150,000,000 it would be possible for the 12 banks
to finance
to the

borrowing institutions, which could be further expanded by increase

in their

As

approximately something more than $1,800,000,000 of advances

capital.

was

provided in the case of the Federal Reserve banks,,

if the initial capital is not

wholly supplied by the institu-

-

MONTHLY
tions which would

The
is

participate in the service of the Discount

it is to be subscribed by the Federal Government.

Banks,

in his announcement, asserted that "there

President,

element of inflation

no

in the plan

but simply a better

He also said that
in any way displace
National Credit Association, which occupies an entirely

organization of credit for these purposes."
"this
the

proposed institution

different field

the

of

Efforts

of action."

large

does

banks

not

to

operators

real estate
real

discount

,

estate

mortgages

to make it

New York "Journal
we
v

take the following:

On

Monday,

Frederick

It is

now

embody

a

conferred with

Brown

possibility of amending the plan.
he went to Washington and

a

recent
a

announcement,

are

York City, according to

the forma¬
second mortgages.
already in existence, but do

working separately on plans for

$50,000,000 corporation which would create new

contemplate the direct issuance of new credits to finance

estate

announced a

o

The plan for the

circles,

building.

formation of an issuing corporation, it is held in

should stimulate

tion actually be formed
is

Congress will

expected that the message of the President to

The Hoover banks would discount mortgages
not

the

President on

plan whose scope will correspond to the outline

In the meantime real estate operators id New

tion of

the

On the invitation of President Hoover

discussed the question.

few weeks ago.

new

construction.

real

Should the corpora¬

realized, it
in private home con¬
of floor space in office and apart¬

and such hopes of increasing building

expected that results would be most pronounced

struction in view of the great amount
ment

buildings created up to 1930.

THE

RISE

IN

GRAIN

PRICES,

WITH

SUBSEQUENT

REACTION.

grain prices which was such a distinctive fea¬
ture the latter part of October made further progress during
November, but was followed by a severe break after the 9th
of November during which reaction a large portion of the
antecedent
advance was lost.
In speaking of the rise
The rise in

striking illustrations going to show
upward movement was received
in the agricultural sections of the West, particularly in
Oklahoma where there was a coincident sharp rise in oil
prices, another important product in that part of the country.
The
downward
reaction
in November correspondingly
moderated expectations, but still left the agricultural com¬
munities hopeful inasmuch as even after the setback prices
remained considerably higher than they were at the time of
the extraordinarily low levels reached the early part of Oc¬
tober.
The December option for wheat in Chicago, which
during October jumped from 44^c. on the 5th to 61 Hp.
on
the last day of the month, advanced still further in
November, touching a high of 68He. Nov. 9, after which
/however, a sudden collapse occurred,, probably on sales
to realize profits, the rise having led to an active speculation
in the grain markets.
In the course of the downward re¬
action a low figure for this option of 51 He. was recorded on
Nov. 27.
By Nov. 30 the price had recovered to 55c. and
the close on that day was 54%c., which is just 10c. higher
than the extremely low figure of 44 %g. reached on the 5th
of the previous month.
March wheat in Chicago which
had sold up from 4734c. Oct. 5 to 65%e. Oct. 31, mounted
to 7134c. on Nov. 9, but then tumbled to 5334c. Nov. 27,
but with the .close Nov. 30 at 5614c.
In Winnipeg the
course of prices was much the same.
On Nov. 5 a high
of 72Mc. for the December option was reached, as against
52%c. on Oct. 3, but in the break the latter part of No¬
vember sales were made on Nov. 27 at 56c.
The close
Nov. 30 was 5914c.
Other grain prices shared in the
further rise, at the beginning of November and likewise
in the subsequent decline and also in the upward reaction
again in the closing days of November.
December corn
in Chicago which had sold as low as 3214 on Oct. 5 and
had risen to 4114c. Oct. 31, touched 48c. on Nov. 7 and
then fell to 3734c. on Nov. 28 with the close Nov. 30
at 3914c.
March corn in Chicago which had jumped
from 3414c. Oct. 5 to 4414c. Oct. 31, sold as high as 51 He.
on Nov. 9, but then dropped to 4014c. Nov. 27, with the
close Nov. 30 at 4214c.
December oats in Chicago after
rising from 2034c. Oct. 5 to 2514c. Oct. 31, sold up to 2814c.
Nov. 9, and then, in the subsequent reaction touched 2314c.
Nov. 28 and closed Nov. 30 at 2414c.
The Agricultural
Bureau at Washington in its estimates of the probable grain
yield as of Nov. 1 made no change in the wheat figures, the
winter wheat crop being put at 775,000,000 bushels, which
compares with a winter wheat yield the previous season
of 612,000,000 bushels and the spring wheat crop at 109,000,000 bushels against 251,000,000 bushels the previous
year, making the combined crop 884,000,000 bushels for 1931
as
against 863,000,000 bushels for 1930.
The probable
production of corn was put at 2,674,000,000 bushels as against
the estimate for Oct. 1 of 2,703,000,000 bushels and compar¬
ing with only 2,094,000,000 bushels harvested in 1930 when
the crop was short, having been seriously reduced by drouth
during the early summer.
The oats crop was put at only
1,174,000,000 bushels, as against 1,358,000,000 bushels,
the yield in 1930.
New estimates also appeared regarding
the Canadian crops.
Here the forecast of the wheat production in the Prairie provinces was raised by 32,600,000
bushels, from 246,400,000 bushels to 279,000,000 bushels,
mainly because the Canadian census made available in the
interval showed a larger seeded acreage than that used in
the estimates of Sept. 9.
Even with this addition, however,
in October
-

we

'




BOARD'S

LOSSES

AND

WHEAT

OPERATIONS IN

IN

'

On Nov. 21 the Federal Farm Board issued

statement

a

bearing on the so-called Mill Export Plan, the Board an¬
nouncing that the statement was being made available
in response to questions which had been asked of it as to
operations of the Grain Stabilization Corp. under the plan
which was put into effect on Jan. 20 1931 in an effort to help
keep export channels open. The Board said that a review
of the transactions indicated that the plan was reasonably
effective in enabling millers to retain established foreign
trade and operate their plants at somewhat greater capacity
than otherwise would have been the .case, thereby giving
additional employment to mill workers; that it resulted
in about 9,000,000 bushels more wheat exports from the
United

States

would

than

otherwise

have

the

been

case,

and that it benefited wheat growers not only by this reduc¬
tion in 1930 wheat carry-over, but also by affording an

additional market for new crop wheat to the extent of the
replacement purchases made by both the millers and the
Grain Stabilization Corp.
The Board also claimed that the
operations of the Grain Stabilization Corp. during the
winter of 1930-1931 had the effect of maintaining wheat
prices in all United States markets at 15c. to 30c. per bushel
higher than the comparable price in Liverpool, Antwerp
and other markets which reflected importing values.
FEDERAL

FARM

BOARD

WHEAT—HAD

CHASES

OF

HOLDS

BOUGHT

189,656,187

BALES

1,319,809

MADE

AVERAGE

AT

Officials of the Federal Farm Board revealed
its

OF 81-OENT

BUSHELS

BUSHELS—COTTON

329,641,052

PUR¬

OF

PRICE

CENTS.

16.3

gave some

with what enthusiasm the

:

FEDERAL FARM

persuade

to

plan for the creation of cen¬

successful, it was learned on Nov. 24, said the
of Commerce" of Nov. 25, from which

prove

total crop of the Dominion (including the Eastern
provinces as well as the Western, and winter wheat as well
as spring
wheat) is roughly 100,000,000 bushels less than
in 1930 owing to the severe and prolonged drouth experi¬
enced during 1931.
In other words the 1931 crop is put at
298,000,000 bushels against 397,872,000 bushels in 1930.

COTTON.

apartment houses as well as private dwellings did

include

the

,

President Hoover to widen his
tral

not

3

REVIEW

on

Nov. 24

disclosing large paper losses in wheat
and cotton stabilization operations.
The disclosures were
made before the Senate Committee on Agriculture and For¬
estry which began on Nov. 24 an inquiry into the agricultural
situation.
With regard to the hearing on the opening day
the New York "Times" in a dispatch Nov. 24 stated:
transactions,

Senators, members of the House and leaders of farmers'
heard James
cotton

fund

C.

Stone,

the

of cotton

purchase of 329,641,052
was

Stone,

who

Legge, produced

been

bushels of wheat

a copy

Chairman

bales

of Alexander

He put into the

financing operations and

the farmer.

Government

printing

presses

only

a

few

Stone's appearance before the Committee, showed that

hours before Mr.

the Farm Board had bought wheat up to June
or

Board's activities,

of his annual report to Congress.

off the

turned

report,

204,303.78.

and 1,319,809

since the resignation

of stabilization purchases,

other efforts of the Board to help

The

organizations

Carl Williams, its

and

the Committee to testify on the

has

all the details

record

Board,

financed.

Summoned before
Mr.

Chairman of the

member, relate how in operations with its $500,000,000 revolving

an

price of 81.97c.

average

a

30 1931 at

bushel.

cost of $270,-

a

Sales for export

milling and other purposes amounted to 72,504,481 bushels, leaving 257,
136,571 bushels owned by the Grain Stabilization Corp. last June 30.
189,656,187 Bushels Remain.

Up to Nov. 1 sales of stabilization wheat were made to Brazil of 25,000,000
bushels; to China, 15,000,000 bushels, and to Germany, 7,500,000 bushels.
In addition, sales in regular trade channels had nearly equaled the 5,000,000bushel

Nov.

on

cumulative

monthly
of

statement

June

in accordance with

maximum,

Wheat

30.

still

owned

by

the

the

Board's

Stabilization

Corp.

1 amounted to 178,656,187 bushels.

Up to June 30 the Cotton Stabilization Corp. had bought its 1,319,809
bales
or

at

16.3c.

a

of $107,533,246,

cost

a

pound.

789 owned by the Corporation on
At

close

the

calculated at

of the day's

as

the

average

price being $81.48

a

bale,

Net sales amounted to only 9,020 bales, leaving 1,310,-

June 30.

hearing the Board's losses

were

unofficially

high as $160,000,000 on the basis of cash prices to-day.

Mr. Stone and Mr. Williams would not admit, however, that losses have
been incurred
cotton

now

on

these holdings

the present

the 189,656,187 bushels of wheat and 1,310,789 bales of

held by the Stabilization

Corporation until

These holdings

is made.

were

an

actual sale of

bought at prices far above

Mr. Stone promised to furnish the committee

market figure.

with estimates of the losses if the wheat and cotton had to be sold

now.

Senators estimated that the total loss on cotton, under a forced sale, would

be $72,000,000.

Farm Board officials said privately that if the wheat could

be sold at $1 a bushel,
statement was

the

wheat

this

interpreted

would permit the board to "break even."

as

meaning

a

on

purchases.

Mr. Stone testified that there might be a loss

loaned to co-operatives,
of

The

total loss of about $85,000,000

and this

was

of 2% on the $255,000,000

worked out to

mean an

additional loss

than

$160,000,000,

$5,110,000.
While

these

three

estimates

of losses

total

more

does not include those on general sales before or after June 30,
sustained on wheat sold to China and Germany, or exchanged

the figure
or

those

with Brazil for coffee.
"There has been no

opportunity for the Stabilization Corporation to dis¬

of its supplies at a profit," Chairman Stone testified.
"It faces the
necessity of developing a selling policy that will be least disturbing to the
cotton market and which will keep its losses to as low a figure as may be
consistent with this policy.
The burden of carrying charges increases the
pose

longer the cotton is held, and eventually stabilization stocks must be sold.
Until circumstances favor disposal, every economy possible will be prac¬
ticed in carrying the stabilization cotton.
The banks of the cotton-producing States have agreed to make or renew
loans to mature not earlier than July 31 1932, secured by cotton to the
total amount of at least 3,500,000 bales.
,
"The Board has agreed not to call the obligation of the cotton co-opera¬
tives, covering approximately 2,000,000 bales of cotton, unless such cotton
can be sold at a price of more than 12M cents a pound, based on the near
month of the New York Cotton Exchange, before July 31 1932, and
the Cotton Stabilization Corp. will maintain its present baleage of approx¬
imately 1,200,000 bales until July 1 1932, on the same terms.

Supplementing the above, we give herewith, from the
New York

"Times," the account from Washington of the
on Nov. 25:

Committee's hearing

4

REVIEW

Wheat

and

involved

cotton

loss

a

on

wheat and cotton
Senate

stabilization

on

activities

of 5177,000,000

paper,

Federal

of the

Farm

Board

the basis of quotations of

on

Oct. 31, according to a statement prepared for the

Agricultural Committee by James C. Stone, Chairman of the Farm

Board,
The statement
Senator
town

was

put into the record of the

of Oregon,

McNary

Chairman,

who

Committee hearing by

explained

that

out-of-

an

engagement prevented Mr. Stone's personal appearance.

Mr. Stone

testified yesterday to the amount of wheat and cotton bought, sold and

held by the Farm Board in the use of its revolving fund of $500,000,000,
but

was

unable to give specific figures on investments, sales and losses.

Oct.

$1.17

a

31, totaling 189,656,187

bushels, represented

investment

an

of

bushel, including purchase price, storage and other charges, and

losses sustained on wheat previously sold, or a total of about $222,000,000.

It

was

worth on Oct. 31 about

$120,000,000,

$102,000,000 less than

or

Says Losses May Be Reduced.'
In cotton the Farm Board
on

the

basis

same

$120,000,000.

as

Oct. 31 held

on

wheat

an

-

cost.

;

1,310,789 bales, representing

investment

of

The value of the cotton at

18c.

a

quotations

pound,

or

Oct.

on

about

31

was

about $45,000,000, or a loss of $75,000,000.
i

Many qualifications of these figures

statement, which pointed

in Chairman Stone's

and the fact that the

Board's wheat and cotton may not be sold completely until many years
have

[At

passed may radically change the picture.

to-day's hearing the Committee

told that four national farm

was

organizations had finally united in backing agricultural relief by either
the debenture or

the

effect

that

National Committee of Farm Organizations.
Recommendations for

an

investigation

were

made by Edward A. O'Neal,

President of the Farm Bureau Federation, a friend of the Board; John A.

Simpson, head of the Farmers' Union, who sharply criticized it, and by
J. M. Garrow, President of the American Cotton Shippers' Association.
Louis J. Taber, Master of the National Grange, was concerned principally

with including in farm relief the debenture

or

the equalization fee.

The Farm Board Statement.

The Farm Board statement

on

•

..

*

its deals in wheat and cotton read:

"Wheat stabilization:
On Oct. 31 1931 the Grain Stabilization Corpora¬
tion held 189,656,187 bushels of unsold wheat.
Including cost, carrying
and operating charges, and loss on wheat sold to date, these remaining
stocks represent an investment of $1.17 per bushel, or approximately

$222,000,000.
"This wheat is being sold at not over 5,000,000 bushels per month (ex¬
cept for possible additional sales to foreign Governments).
It would be
impossible to sell all the holdings on any one day or in any short period
without seriously breaking the price.
The disposal of stabilization wheat
may extend over several years into the future; if prices should rise sig¬
nificantly during that period, the final cost of stabilization might be
materially less than it would appear from an estimate based on present
market prices, and there might even be a gain.

"On Oct. 31 1931 the value of the unsold stocks owned by the Stabili¬
zation Corporation, computed at the market prices of that day (61 J^c.,
December futures at Chicago), would be estimated at 63>3c. per bushel,
or

approximately $120,000,000.
Operations in Cotton.

"Cotton stabilization:
On Oct. 31 the Cotton Stabilization Corpora¬
tion held 1,310,789 bales of cotton.
Including costs, carrying and opera¬
tion charges and loss on cotton sold to date, these stocks represent an
investment of about 18c. per pound, or approximately $120,000,000.
"This stock of cotton could not be sold in one day or in a short period

without seriously depressing the price.
The stock will not be sold within
this crop year, and not within the next crop year if acreage is materially
reduced.
Should there be material advances in price before the sales

completed, the final cost of stabilization might be much less than
would appear from an estimate based on present market prices, and in fact
are

might

show a gain.'
"On Oct. 31 1931 the value of the unsold stocks owned by the Stabiliza¬
tion Corporation, computed at the market price of that day and con¬
even

sidering the quality of the cotton held, might be estimated at about
$45,000,000."
COURSE

OF

COFFEE

Sugar prices again took
sugar

moved

wholesale

marked down
to

SUGAR

PRICES.

Cuban raw
from 1.40c, Oct. 30 advanced to 1.43c. Nov. 5, but

thereafter

The

AND

lower

downward turn.

a

with

sales

price of refined

on

on

sugar

Nov.

27

Nov. 6 from 4.60c. to 4.50c. and

4.40c. at all the

leading refineries.

at

1.25c.

in this market
on

was

Nov. 30

Francis E. Powell,

President of the International Sugar Council, after being in
Cuba for four days conferring with members of the National

Sugar Exporting Corp. and the Sugar Institute in regard to
the Chadbourne Plan for stabilizing the world sugar market,
left Havana on Nov. 12 with a final statement of reassurance
to Cuban producers, but according to
newspaper advices
his visit did not

restriction

of

allay the fears of Cuban planters as to the
next crop.
Associated Press accounts

the

from Havana Nov. 17 reported that the Gutierrez bill, giv¬
ing President Machado until Jan. 10 to fix the total produc¬
tion of sugar in Cuba for the coming season, had been passed

by the Cuban Senate

that day.

Under legislation making
restricting world
sugar output to consumption, the President had only until
Nov. 10 to issue the decree.
Organized opposition to any
restriction on Cuba's 1931-1932 sugar crop was launched
at a meeting at Santa Clara on Nov. 26 under the
auspices
of the National Association of Cane Planters, according to
cablegrams from Havana.
A unanimous decision to work
on

the Chadbourne Plan effective in Cuba for

for

the

cancellation of all international sugar agreements

which Cuba is

to

a

party was reached by 1,500 planters,

backed by representatives of many branches of Cuban indus¬

try, commerce and labor.

Dr.

Rodriguez

Blanco,

dent of the National Colonos Association and

a

Presi¬

member of

the

Sugar Commission operating under the plan, asserted
that the cane planter of Cuba had been hoodwinked, and
that it

was

sacrifices

he

made

who

had suffered most

by the

on

account

Republic under the

of

the

Chadbourne

Plan.

Coffee

prices showed

still further slight advance in
delivery was quoted at
6^@6%3. Nov. 30 against 5%@6c. Oct". 31; 53^e. Sept. 30;
53^@5Mc. Aug. 31; 5^@6c. July 31; 6%@7c. June 30;
a

November and No. 7 Rio for spot




and

Federal

month

were

Governments

to

had

National Coffee
supervision,
and to elimination of 12,000,000 bags of surplus coffee
from the market by destruction.
A plan for the immediate
destruction of 18,000,000 sacks was temporarily abandoned
when English and United States bankers balked at the
financial arrangements proposed by the Brazilian Govern¬
The

of

the

Government

latter offered the income for four years

from
place of the surplus stock now
pledged.
The bankers said they were unable to communi¬
cate with the bondholders for permission to change the
the export tax as collateral in

collateral.
THE

TEXTILE

MARKETS—UNSEASONABLY

equalization fee plan, both of which have been opposed

The organizations are the National Grange, the American Farm Bureau

State

to the re-establishment
Council under exclusive Federal

Unseasonably

WEATHER

WARM

A

DEPRESSING INFLUENCE.

/

by President Hoover and other Republican administrations.

Federation, the Farmers' Educational and Co-operative Union and the

the

agreed

ment.

were contained

that future prices

out

Cable advices the last week of the

ence.

According to Mr. Stone's statement, the Farm Board's holdings of wheat
on

6^c. May 29; 63^@6%c. Apr. 30; 5^c. Mar. 31; 53^@
5%c. Feb. 28; 6%c. Jan. 31, and 7M@7^c. Dec. 31 1930.
No. 7 Santos was 7M@7M>c. Nov. 30, against 7%c. bid
Oct. 31; 6K@7c. Sept. 30; 6^@6^c. Aug. 31; 7^@7^c.
July 31; 8^@9c. June 30; 8^@8%c. May 29, and the
same figure for Apr. 30; 7%@8c. Mar.
31; 7%@8c. Feb. 28;
8%@9e. Jan. 31; 8%@934c. Dec. 31 1930, and 11 Me.
Oct. 31 1930,
Plans for destroying increasing amounts
of surplus stocks of coffee exercised a strengthening influ¬

high

depressing
served to
restrict the demand for seasonal goods.
For several days
the latter part of the month the temperature in this city
went to 70 degrees and higher.
On Sunday, Nov. 22, the
thermometer rose to 70 degrees, a high record for that day,
exceeding the previous high of 68 degrees 40 years before.
On Nov. 23 the thermometer rose to 72 degrees, which was
23 degrees above the normal for Nov. 23 and the high record
for that date.
In sharp contrast, temperatures in Kansas,
Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming and surrounding States
influence in the

were

much

further

below

severe

proved

temperatures

textile

the

markets

normal

as

a

it naturally

with

severe

storms.

The

decline in the

security markets and the de¬
spondent atmosphere in Wall Street and the financial dis¬
trict proved a further depressing influence in the textile
markets.
The trend of the price of raw cotton was again
lower.
Here in New York the price for spot cotton, as
against 6.70c. at the opening of the month and 6.85c. Nov. 9,
dropped as low as 6.10c. Nov. 21 and on Nov. 23, with the
price Nov. 30 6.20c.
Print cloths at Fall River for 28 in.
64x60 were marked down from 2%c. per yard, to 2 11-16c.
on Nov.
10 and further reduced to 2^c. Nov. 25. #Sder
date of Nov. 14 the U. S. Census Bureau announced that the

consumption of cotton in the United States during October^,
had amounted to 462,025 bales of lint and 61,243 bales of
linters, compared with 443,284 bales of lint and 66,165
bales of linters in October 1930.
The Association of Cotton
Textile Merchants of New York made public its statistics
for the month of October.
These showed that stocks of
cotton goods on hand at

the end of October amounted to

255,833,000 yards as against 244,924,000 yards at the be¬
ginning of the month.
Shipments during October were
216,207,000 yards, against production of 227,116,000 yards.
Sales amounted to 333,679,000 yards, or 146.9% of produc¬
tion and 131% of £he total goods on hand at the end of the
month.
Unfilled "orders of 344,639,000 yards on Oct. 31
showed an increase of 117,500,000 yards, or 51.7% over the
business on hand at the close of September.
It was pointed
out that in actual yardage as well as in
percentage, this was
the greatest improvement in orders on hand recorded in
any single month since these statistics have been in process
of compilation.
The strike of 23,000 Lawrence textile
workers (Lawrence, Mass.) against a 10% reduction in pay
collapsed on Nov. 9 after having beeii in effect six weeks.
More than 15,000 hands flocked back to the mills in de¬
fiance of their labor leaders, while there were jobs for only
9,000.
In addition, 5,400 others, all employed by the
Pacific Mills, were deprived of a chance of returning because
those plants had been closed indefinitely.
The strike af¬
fected the American Woolen Co., Arlington and Monomac
mills, and the George E. Kunhardt Co., which had made a
10% cut in wages.
In addition, 20,000 officers, executives
salaried employees and wage earners of the 16 mills in
the cotton goods manufacturing centre at New Bedford,
Mass., were affected by a 10% wage cut effective the week
of Dec. 7, according to announcement on Nov. 10 by the
New Bedford Cotton
Raw silk

Manufacturers'

Association.^

prices moved higher but lost

some of the improve¬
grades of silk the latter part of the
Nov. 30 Japanese double extra 13-15 deniers
were quoted at
$2.20@$2.25, the same as on Oct. 31, and
comparing with $2.25@$2.30 Sept. 30; $2.50@$2.55 on
Aug. 31; $2.30@$2.40 on July 31; $2.35@$2.40 on June 30;

ment

on

month.

at least

some

On

$2.22^@$2.27^ May 29; $2.35@$2.40 April 30; $2.55@
$2.65 March 31; $2.70@$2.75 Feb. 28; $2.85@$2.95 Jan.
31; $2.60@$2.70 Dec. 31 1930; $2.35@$2.45 the previous
Sept. 30, and $4.70@$4.75 on Jan. 31 1930.
In the 20-22
deniers, Japanese crack double extra were quoted at $2.30@
$2.32^ Nov. 30, against $2.10@$2.15 Oct. 31; $2.25@
$2.35 Sept. 30; $2.45@$2.55 Aug. 31; $2.25@$2.30 July 31;
$2.40@$2.50 June 30; $2.07^@$2.12K May 29; $2.25@
$2.30 April 30; $2.50@$2.60 March 31; $2.65@$2.70 Feb.
28; $2.85@$2.90 Jan. 31; $2.70@$2.75 Dec. 31 1930;
$2.25@$2.30 Oct. 31 1930, but comparing with $4.60@
$4.65

on

Jan.

31

1930.

5

MONTHLY REVIEW
FEDERAL FARM BOARD ANNOUNCES CONSUMMATION OF ARRANGEMENTS TO

REMOVE

0,500,000 BALES OF COTTON FROM MARKET.

The consummation of arrangements which will definitely
at least
to 7 million bales of cotton "from the

remove

supply of American cotton available for sale during the
season"

current

at

made

was

known

in

issued

statement

a

Washington under date of Nov. 22 by the Federal Farm

Board.

The Board's announcement follows:

On Oct. 12 1931

a

of bankers from the cotton-growing States met

group

in conference at New Orleans with Chairman Stone and Mr. Williams of
the Federal Farm Board and the directorate of American Cotton Co-oper¬

ative

Association

for

consideration

6f

cotton

financing

and marketing

Subject to ratification by the Farm Board, its representatives

problems.

there present agreed that if the banking groups of the South

would under¬

take to finance not less than 3,500,000 bales of cotton through

making or

renewing loans, secured by cotton collateral of this aggregate baleage, the
Farm Board would agree to extend the obligations of the American Cotton

Co-operative Association covering approximately 2,000,000 bales of cotton
of the

seasons

1930-31

could be sold at

a

or

earlier years, to July 31 1932, unless such cotton

price of

more

month of the New YorkCotton

Cotton

Stabilization

than 12 H cents per pound on the near

Exchange, and would further

Corporation would

agree

that the

be authorized to maintain its

present baleage of approximately 1,300,000 bales for an equal period sub¬

ject to the

same

exception

to price.

as

This arrangement was subsequently ratified by the Farm Board.
The Farm Board is

now

in receipt of a report from Mr. Nathan Adams

of

Dallas, Tex., the Chairman of the Bankers' Committee appointed by the
New Orleans conference to receive pledges, stating that he holds definite

pledges from Southern banks to finance 3,100,000 bales of cotton in

ac¬

cordance with the terms of the above understanding.

The Farm Board appreciates the difficulties Inherent in securing

pledges

The

price situation continued extremely unsatisfactory.
iron dropped to $14.96 per gross
ton, against $15 a ton a month earlier and $16.02 12 months
before.
The composite price of finished steel declined from
2.116c. a lb. to 2.102c. which compared with 2.135c. 12
months before.
Steel scrap remained at $8.75, which com¬
pared with $11.42 at the corresponding date in 1930.
The non-ferrous metals also gave increasing evidence of
depression and of an almost complete lack of demand. This
was
particularly true regarding copper which was available
in the domestic market at 6Mc. a lb., the lowest figure at
which copper has ever sold though this was the price of the
customs' smelters, the large producers holding to 6J^@6%<l
Copper Exporters, Inc. on Nov. 20 officially reduced the
export price to 7c. a lb. c.i.f. London, Havre and Hamburg,
reflecting the 6%c. domestic basis. The conference in New
York City of world copper producers was brought to an
end on Nov. 17 with the departure that night on the steamer
Europa of the two representatives of the Union Miniere du
Haut Katanga, Ferdinand Pisart and Camille Gutt, with the
deadlock over Katanga's share of output under the
curtpil-i
ment proposal unbroken.
Representatives of South African
Mines also sailed at the same time.
However, on Nov. 27,
cable dispatches from London said that the Belgian copper
interests had on that day signified that they would accept
the proposals made to them for curtailing copper production
during the conferences held in New York. In the New York
market electrolytic copper was marked down from 6%c. to
The composite price of pig

6.50c. Nov. 18 and then to 6.25c.

on

Nov. 19. and to 6c. Nov.

for financing so large an amount of cotton within the limited time available.

25 but recovered to 6.50c. Nov. 28 and

Although the number of pledges reported is 400,000 bales short of the goal

Lake copper was reduced on Nov. 19 from 7.373^ to 6.87Kc.
Lead prices were also reduced though early in the month the

hope and expect

that additional pledges covering at least this

amount, will be received.

The willingness of Southern bankers to guar¬

set,

we

antee credit on cotton to such an extent

abundantly evidences their sym¬

pathetic attitude towards cotton, their conviction
of loans on the low price

ness

as

to the basic sound¬

level of this year's crop and their co-operation

with the Farm Board in its efforts to help Southern farmers.

The Farm Board

at this time that it will carry out

announces

of the agreement tentatively reached at New Orleans on Oct.

its part

12 1931.

The consummation of these arrangements will definitely remove at

The Farm Board appreciates the earnestness

season.

which Mr. Adams and the other bankers of the South, especially the small

country

banks,

have

shown

in

carrying

through

these

arrangements,

and congratulates them on their success.

RUBBER

PRICES

GO

STILL

OF

LOWER—REDUCTION

RUBBER

IN

THE

PRICE

TIRES.

Rubber prices sank still lower after some recovery in the
early part of November. In the New York market ribbed
sriioked sheets were quoted at 4 5-16c. bid- and 4%c.
asked a pound On Nov. 30 which compares with 4 9-16
@4IH*c. Oct. 31; 4^@4%e. Sept. 30; 5@53^c. Aug. 31;
5%@5Mc. July 31; 613-16@615-16c. June 30; 6^c.
bid May 29; 5^@6c. April 30; 6^@7c. March 31; 7%@
7Mc. Feb. 28; 7%@8c. Jan. 31; 8%@8J^c. Dec. 31 1930,
and 15M@15%c. Feb. 28 1930.
A cut in tire prices of
5 to 12% was announced on Nov. 27 by the Lee Tire &
Rubber Co.
Reports were current in the industry at the
same time that leading mail order houses also would an¬
nounce
a cut
effective upon issuance of new catalogues.
On Nov. 30 reductions of 10 to 19% in the prices of rubber
tires and tubes to dealers were announced by all the leading
manufacturers.
These reductions applied only to first line
tires and it was believed the manufacturers were awaiting
the winter price catalogues of the mail order companies
before announcing a quotation on second line tires.
This
is the first general revision downward in several months.
The new price schedules provide for a cut of 15% on all
tubes, of 10% on passenger car tires, and of 10 to 19%
on truck tires.
The prices are the lowest ever quoted on
tires

or

IRON

STEEL

STILL

FERROUS

The

iron

and

steel

DEPRESSED—LIKEWISE

NON-

METALS.

markets

reflected

accurately

increase from 29% to 31% in the extent to which
the steel mills of the country were engaged, but later there

again a relapse to only 29%.
The best that the "Iron
Age" was able to^say in its issue of Nov. 26 was that the
Ford Motor Co. was expected to place substantial steel
orders for December rolling and in addition would contract
with the steel mills for its quarter requirements calling for
a
minimum of 100,000 tons and that Ford's need
may
amount to as much as
300,000 tons of steel, although
this would depend on retail sales of motor cars and that
release of this business might do much toward stimulating
the lagging purchases of other automobile manufacturers,
since delay in Ford's production of new models had held
back final plans of some other companies.
Aside from
the automobile companies, industrial activity, as reflected
in steel orders, was still marked, it was stated, by
extreme
irregularities, gains in some directions being nullified by
losses elsewhere.
The "Age's" comments in the issue of
Dec. 3 were to the same effect, saying:
was

Under the influence of the approaching inventory season, steel business
has lost ground

in some districts, but the delayed contracts of the Ford,
companies probably will be on mill

Chevrolet and Chrysler automobile

books this week or the next and will aid in

dullness.

Netherlands

East. Indies,

Federated Malay States, Siam
meeting held at The Hague on Nov. 24
announced its decision to make an additional cut in produc¬
tion and export of tin of 15,000 tons yearly beginning Jan.
1 1932.
This will reduce the output of the signatories for
1932 to 91,000 tons or only 56% of the 162,000 tons produced
in 1929.
and

Nigeria at

offsetting the usual year-end
The Ford orders, which will range from 100,000 to 300,000

tons for December and first quarter, are to be more widely distributed than

usual, affording work for several steel producing districts.




a

PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS.

Further improvement in the oil situation occurred, both
crude and refined, mainly as the result of the rigid control
of

production in Oklahoma and the East Texas region.

One

further indication of the policy of the rigid control of produc¬
tion appeared when on Nov. 30 Governor Sterling of Texas
announced that allowable production in the East Texas oil
field would be reduced to 110 barrels per well daily, effective
Dec 2.
The existing
limit was 125 barrels per well.

Governor Sterling, administrator of production in the

field
would give the
area an output of about 352,000 barrels
daily based on an
estimated 3,200 producing wells in the field.
He declared it
his purpose to keep the field's production under 400,000
barrels daily. The reduction will cut 50,000 barrels from the
State's aggregate daily production of about 900,000 barrels.
Replying to a proposal made at Tulsa, Okla., Nov. 30 by
Thurman Hill, Public Service Commissioner of Kansas, that
Texas join with Kansas and Oklahoma in pinching in exist¬
ing oil production allowables 10%, Governor Sterling said
he had jurisdiction only over the East Texas area.
under martial law, said the new regulation

show the

prices

general and in the following

were

leading changes of the month both in the

the

an

On Nov. 4 the New

irregular.

Nov. 2 at 22.25 and Nov. 30 at 21.40.
The International
Tin Committee representing the governments of Bolivia,

crude oil and in the refined

absence of improvement in trade.
In the early part of the
month slightly greater activity seemed to be foreshadowed
in

somewhat

on Nov. 23 by a further reduction to 3.85c. Tin
irregularly within a narrow range with the quotation

Advances in
MARKETS

was

to 3.95c. and

tubes.

AND

of values

6.25c. Nov. 30.

York price of lead was reduced from 4.00c. to 3.85c. but on
Nov. 9 there was an advance to 3.95c. and on Nov. 10 a
further advance to 4.05c. followed on Nov. 19 by a reduction
moved

least

6 M to 7 million bales from the supply of American cotton available for sale

during the current

course

was

we

case

of

products.

Crude Oil.
Nov. 2.—Magnolia Petroleum Co.,

posts advance of 15c.

subsidiary of Socony-Vacuum Corp..

in Oklahoma and Texas crudes, with East Texas

posted at 83c. and top prices in other fields
Central Texas,

as

follows:

North Texas, 83c.;

79c.; West Texas, 50c.; Gray County, 73c.; Carson and

Hutchinson counties, 66c.; Mirando, 75c.; Luling, 49c.; Darst

Creek, 60c.:

Corsicana heavy crude, 49c.

Nov. 2.—Barnsdall Oil Co. meets higher postings
in

Oklahoma and

Kansas crudes,

of Continental Oil Co.

Similar action taken by the Wilcox,

Phillips, Vickers, Sinclair, and Empire companies.
Nov. 2.—South Penn Oil Co. posts reductions of

10c. to 15c. per barrel

in Pennsylvania grade crude, with new prices as follows: Pennsylvania grade
in Southwest

Pennsylvania lines, $1.70; Eureka lines, $1.60; Buckeye lines,

$1.50; New York Transit Co. lines, $2.00; Corning grade in Buckeye lines,
$0.80; Bradford District, $2.00.

The 15c. cut applied only to New York

Transit and Buckeye District oil.
Nov. 4.—Humble Oil & Refining Co., Gulf Pipe Line Co. and Texas Go.
met 15c.per barrel increase in Mid-Continent and Texas, and extend advance
to Gulf Coast fields.

New Gulf Coast prices range from

70c. for below 25

degrees gravity, with lc. advance for each degree up to a top price of 86c.
for 40

gravity and above.

Nov. 4.—Midwest Refining Co., subsidiary of Standard of Indiana, posts
advance of 15c. per barrel for crude in Salt Creek, Wyoming, making new

prices 61c. for below 29 gravity and 85c. for 40 gravity and above.

Elk

Basin, Grass Creek and Greybull crudes advances 15c. to $1.05 by Midwest
and

Ohio Oil Co,

Cat Creek crude posted at $1.05;

Kevin-Sunburst at

$1.00; Pondera at 90c.; Rock Creek, 85c., and Big Muddy, 83c.
Nov. 4.—Standard Oil Co. of Louisiana posts

prices in North Louisiana and Arkansas,

new

15c. advance in crude oil

prices being 53c. for below 25

degrees ■gravity, and 2c. advance for each higher degree, with the top price
85c. for 40 grav. and above.

Smackover crude advance 10c. a barrel to 55c.

Nov. 4.—TheHobbs oil proration office,

Hobbs, New Mexico, posted a

MONTHLY BEVIEW
15c. increase effective as of Monday, Nov,

2, the

price being 50c.

new

per

barrel.
Nov. 5.—Magnolia Petroleum Co. posts new prices in Louisiana and Ar¬

kansas

follows, effective

as

of Nov. 4:

Louisiana, Bull Bayou, 83c.;
Baynesville, 65c.; Pine Island, 73c.; Cotton Valley, 61c.
These prices
as

represent an increase of 15c. per barrel on all grades.
Arkansas, Eldorado,
63c. and Kainbow, 63c.—an increase of 15c.
Eldorado-East Field, 55c.
and Smackover district, 55c.—an increase in both instances of 10c.
per
barrel.

Nov. 7.—Joseph Steep Purchasing Agency posts 5c. advance in
Corning,

Pa., crude.
Nov. 9.—Stoll Refining Co. posts 15c. advance in crude in its

iines,

Kentucky

price being 75c. per. barrel at wells.

new

"or thereabouts."

price

lc.

gallon.

per

6,

increase*

lc.

a

on

gasoline and naphtha

prices was announced by Standard of Indiana for Illinois, Michigan,
Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Missouri, Kansas, North Dakota
and South Dakota.

New prices in Chicago, service station, are; 10 He.

for low grade; 12c.

for medium grade, and 15c. for high grade, all plus
according to freight and other adjust¬

Prices elsewhere will vary

tax.

All

ments.

marketers

in _this

territory,

including

Shell,

Sinclair

and

Texas Co., are expected to meet this advance.

Nov. 6.—Effective this morning Sinclair
in 41-43

vance

water white kerosene,

5 He. per gallon at

Refining Co. posts He. ad¬

tank car, making the new price

Oil Co.

advances U. S. Motor gasoline

He. per

to new price of 6c. per gallon.

car,

Nov. 9.—Half-cent per gallon advance in TX.

Jersey, Colonial Beacon Oil Co., Continental

Oil Co.

New price 6c. per gallon.

Nov. 10.—Texas Co.
new

meets

Oil Co.,

Republic

•

He. advance in tJ.

S.

Motor, tank

car,

price 6c., and 7c. for "Texaco."

gasoline, new service station prices being 21c. for ethyl and 18c. for

on

or

X-70.

Nov. 10.—Atlantic Refining Co. advances service station gasoline prices
In Philadelphia area lc., new price being 11c. per gallon.
advanced He. to

lHc.

per

gallon, service station, in Atlanta.
He. per gallon in New Jersey, Virginia,

Maryland, District of Columbia, and North and South

Nov. 18.—Atlantic
station

Refining Co.

announces

lc.

per

gallon reduction

gasoline prices in Philadelphia.
Oil

Co.

of Kentucky announces

lc.

advance in

tank wagon gasoline throughout its territory.

Nov. 24.—Atlantic Refining Co., Sun Oil Co., and Standard

Pennsylvania advanced service station gasoline price

the

lc,

Oil Co.

per

gallon,

price being lie. per gallon plus 3c. State tax.

new

Nov.

24.—Tank wagon

and service station gasoline prices advanced

lc. per gallon in Syracuse.

I

Nov. 30.—Atlantic

Refining Co. advances tank wagon and service
station gasoline prices lc. per gallon, making new prices 11c. tank wagon
and 12c. service station in Philadelphia, and 12c. tank wagon and 13c.
service station elsewhere in eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware.
HfrNov. 30.—Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey advances tank wagon and
service station prices He. per gallon throughout territory, with exception
of Delaware, where lc. advance was made.
Nov. 30.—Crew Levick Co. advance tank car gasoline He. per gallon
at New York and Philadelphia, making new price 6Mc. per gallon.
THE

ADVANCE AND

The further

DECLINE IN

THE PRICE

OF

SILVER.

advance in the price of silver in the

also was the sharp reaction the latter part
During October the price of the metal
In November
on Saturday,
Nov. 14, but the following Monday Nov. 16, there came a
sudden collapse and the price dropped to 18d.
The price
subsequently recovered to 1934d. Nov. 28. The quotation
vember, but
the

so

month.

advanced from 15 15-16d. per oz. to 18 3-16d.
there was a further advance to 21 9-16d.

on

Nov. 30

was

18 13-16d.

THE NOVEMBER FINANCING

OF THE U.

S.

TREASURY.

Government financing during November consisted

entirely
discount basis,
week after week, in varying amounts, mostly to take up
maturing issues of bills, but in no inconsiderable part also
to provide for deficiencies in Government revenues.
On
of successive

Nov.

1

offerings of Treasury -bills on

announcement

made

was

of

an

a

issue

of

91-day

Treasury bjlls to the amount of $75,000,000 "or thereabouts."
It was understood that the new issue was designed to meet

and the remainder to pro¬
of the Gov¬
ernment.
Tenders were received up to 2 p. m. Eastern
Standard Time on Friday, Nov. 6.
The bills were dated
$60,000,000 of

maturing bills

vide additional funds for the running expenses

Nov.

9

required
and

the

1931
on

and

mature

Nov. 9.

amount

on

Feb.

8

1932.

Payment was

accepted was

&

Another

Co.

basis
bills
was

was

for

91-day

21/3%

bills

and at

accepted) the discount
sale of $51,338,000 91-day

were

the

on Oct. 22, the average price on a bank discount basis
2.69%. This showed that Government borrowing on this

obligations was again being conducted at reduced
cost, but after that the cost of borrowing again increased.
It deserves to be noted that out of the total allotment of

class of

approximately 1/3 of the whole
awarded to G. F. Childs & Co., specialists in

$75,173,000/$25,000,000,
amount, was

or

U. S. ^Government securities.
The second issue of Treasury

bills during November was
Mellon, the Secretary of the Treasury,
Nov. 8, and also consisted of 91-day bills for $75,000,000

announced by Mr.
on




price

was

99.411 and the

further increased at the next

suc-

on

offering

of

93-day

Sunday night Nov. 22.

Treasury

This

was

bills

was

for $100,000,-

000 "or thereabouts" and was to take care of about $80,000,000 of maturing bills, leaving $20,000,000 for addition to
Treasury funds for running the Government
This issue
dated Nov. 301931 and will mature March 2 1932.

Pay¬
required on Nov. 30.
The total
amount of bills applied for was $235,485,000 and the allot¬
ments were $100,490,000; the average price was 99.332,
being an average rate of 2.59% on a bank discount basis.
was

for

the

bills

was,

SECURITY

ISSUES AND

DIVIDENDS

IN

NOVEMBER.

With continued

depression in the bond and stock and the
commodity markets, coupled with unsatisfactory trade con¬
ditions, new financing undertaken during November was
While offerings of securities were not
previous month, they were greatly under the
total for the same period last year and consisted chiefly
of public utility and municipal financing.
The largest issue of the month was the $12,000,000 offer¬
ing of the Cincinnati Union Terminal Co. 1st mtge., series
"B," 5% gold bonds at 9734 and accrued interest, to yield
534% to maturity.
Next in size was the $11,000,000
offering of the Public Service Co. of Colorado 1st mtge. &
ref. 6% gold bonds, series "C," at 91 and interest, to yield
about 6.70%.
Below we give the month's financing, which
consisted of the following offerings;
on

a

limited scale.

few

as

the

RAILROAD FINANCING.
$12,000,000 The Cincinnati Union Terminal Co.—1st mtge., series "B,"
5% gold bonds at 97H and accrued int., to yield 5H% to
maturity, and due July 1 2020.
Subject to authorization by
the I.-S. C. Commission.
Offered by J. P. Morgan & Co.,
Kuhn, Loeb & Co., First National Bank and The National
City Co.
PUBLIC UTILITY FINANCING.

Ill,000,000 Public Service Co. of Colorado—1st mtge. & ref. 6% gold
bonds, series "C," at 91 and int., to yield about 6.70%, and
due Nov. 1 1961.
Offered by Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.
7,500,000 North Boston Lighting Properties—5H% secured gold notes
at 100 and int.. yielding 5H%. and due Dec. 1 1932.
Offered
by Chase Harris Forbes Corp.; Bankers Trust Co.; Lee, Higginson & Co.; The First National Old Colony Corp.; F. S.
Moseley & Co.jThe N. W. Harris Co., Inc.; Otis & Co., Inc.;
Bodell & Co.; H. P. Wood & Co.; Tenney & Co., Inc., and
Edward M. Bradley & Co., Inc.

3,434,000 Ohio Public Service Co.—1st mtge. & ref. 5H% gold bonds,
series "E," at 93 and int., to yield over 6%, and due Nov. 1
1961.
Offered by Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.
2,300,000 Southwestern Gas & Electric Co.—1st mtge. 6% gold bonds,
series "O," at 91 and int.. due Nov. 1 1961.
Offered by Hill,"
Joiner & Co.; A. B. Leach & Co., Inc., and Halsey, Stuart &
Co., Inc.

2,250,000 Chicago District Electric Generating Co.—1st mtge. 6%
gold bonds, series "B," at 93H and int., to yield about 6.5%,
and due Nov. 1 1961.
Offered by Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.
1,500,000 San Diego Consolidated Gas & Electric Co. (Cal.).—4H%
gold notes at 99 and due Dec. 11932.
Offered by Harris Trust
& Savings Bank; Chase Harris Forbes Corp.; H. M. Byllesby
& Co.: W. O. Langley & Co.; A. O. Allyn & Co., and J. H.
Schroder Banking Corp.

1,168,000 York

Railways Co.—1st mtge. 30-yr. 5% gold bonds at
90 and due Dec. 1 1937.
Offered by E. H. Rollins & Sons;
Halsey, Stuart & Co.; A. B. Leach & Co.; Hill. Joiner & Co.

1,000,000 Central Power &

Liglit Co.—1st mtge. 6H%_gold bonds,

series B at 90 and due Dec. 1 1951.
& Sons; Halsey, Stuart & Co.; A. B.
& Co.;

$75,173,000 at an average

(the sale immediately preceding, when $60,921,000

tenders

average

which figure was to be

The amount applied for was $301,633,000

This made the average rate on a bank
discount basis about 2%.
At the sale of 91-day bills on
Oct. 29

The

rate on a bank discount basis about 2.28%, showing

substantial rise in the borrowing cost to the Government

a

Offered by E. H. Rollins
Leach & Co.; Hill, Joiner

Tucker, Anthony & Co.
MUNICIPAL

price of 99.492.

of

a

alloted.

was

average

early

part of the month was one of the distinctive features of No¬
of

000

as

Nov. 18.—Standard

of

This issue of bills was
like amount of maturing bills.
The
tenders reached $173,213,000 and out of this total $60,182,-

designed to meet

NEW

Carolina.

in service

dated

was

Bulk kerosene

Nov. 18.—Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey advances tank wagon and
service station gasoline prices

West Virginia,

Payment

Payment was required on Nov. 23.

5 He. tank car; at Philadelphia.

Nov. 16.—Standard Oil, Shell and the Wofford Co. announce advance
of

Feb. 15 1932.

were

93-day bills and tenders were invited for $60,000,000 "or thereabouts" up to and including Friday, Nov. 20.
They were dated Nov. 23, and mature on Feb. 23 1932.

ment

Nov. 10.-—Standard of Ohio increases Statewide structure lc. per gallon

regular,

received up to 2 p. m. on

were

bills

These were

announced
S. Motor gasoline, tank

lots at refineries, announced by Standard of New York, Standard of

car

New

on

the

ceding sale; of this issue $12,000,000 went to C. F. Childs

refinery.

Nov. 6.—Tidewater

gallon, tank

and

On Nov. 15 notice came of another issue of Treasury bills.

"Nov. 4.—Continental Oil Co. advances tank wagon and service station
Nov. 5.—Effective Nov.

Tenders

13,

Nov. 16, and
required on Nov. 16.
It was stated that the purpose of -the issue was to retire
$60,280,000 of maturing bills, the remainder going to help
meet current expenses of the Government.
The tenders
in this instance aggregated $255,289,000, of which $75,410,000 were accepted at an average price of 99.489, the average
rate on a bank discount basis being 2.02%; C. F. Childs
& Co. were awarded $23,000,000 of this issue on their bid
equivalent to a discount basis of 2,04%.
mature

Gasoline and Kerosene.

Igasoline

Nov.

Friday

FINANCING.

$7,478,000 Boston, Mass., bonds, comprising $3,228,000 3Hs, due from
1932 to 1951 incl., $3,000,000 4Hs, due Sept. 1 1981, optional
at par on or after Sept. 1 1951, and $1,250,000 4Ms, due
Dec. 11976, purchased at a price of par by a syndicate headed
by the Guaranty Company of New York.
Reoffered at prices
to yield 4.20% for the 3%s; 4.25% for the 4Hs. and 4.225%
for the 4Mb.
5,494,700

Philadelphia,

Pa. 4H%

bonds of the Issue of $15,000,000

being offered "over the counter" were sold at a price of par
during November.
Purchasers were mainly Individuals and
business concerns located in Philadelphia.
The bonds are
due in 1981, and optional in 1951.

5,000,000 Missouri (State of), 4% road bonds, due $1,000,000 annually
from 1948 to 1952 lncl., awarded to a group headed by the
Guaranty Company of New York, at a price of 95.14, a basis
of about 4.38%.
Reoffered at prices to yield 4.25%.
4,359,000 Jersey City, N. J., 5% bonds, comprising three issues, due
serially from 1932 to 1969 incl., sold at a price of par to the
National City Co., the Chase Harris Forbes Corp., and N. W.
Harris & Co., Inc., all of New York, Jointly.
Reoffered at
prices to yield 4.75%,

MONTHLY
Changes in dividend declarations in November were again
and again included many of an unfavorable nature.

numerous

following table, divided into two sections, namely,
Changes" and "Unfavorable Changes," gives-the more important of the changes:
The

"Favorable

FAVORABLE DIVIDENDS.
Berlin Power &
on

the capital

Light Corp.—Initial div. at the rate of 10% per annum
stock.

Cincinnati New Orleans & Texas Pacific
in addition to the regular semi-annual div.

Ry.—Extra cash div. of 3%
of 4% on the common stock.
div. increased from 25c. a

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., St. Louis.—Quar.
share to 40c. a share on the common stock.
•

Gray Iron Foundry
of 25c. a share.

Co.—Resume divs. on the common stock

by payment

Ltd.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share on the com.

Dominion Stores,

(W. L.) Douglas Shoe Co.—Quar. div. on the
of $100 par, resumed by payment on Nov. 10 of

stock.

7% cumul. pref. stock
1 % % a share.
prior pref. stock

Duplex Razor Co.—Div. on the $4 cumul.
resumed by a quar. payment of 50c. a share.

Durham

First

Corp.—Special div. of $1 a share on the capital stock.
compares with a special distribution of 50c. a share paid on Feb.

Chrold

This

Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.—Extra

dividend of 25c. a share on the com. stock.

of 50c. a share
stock.
share on the common stock

Insuranshares Corp. of Delaware.—Initial annual div.
and an extra div. of 12Hc. a share on the new common
Jewel Tea Co., Inc.—Extra

div. of 50c. a

payable Dec. 15 1931.
P. Stores, Ltd., Windsor, Ont.,
deferred the quar. div. of 1 % % due Oct.
&

Un.—The company has not
1 on the 7 % cumul. red. conv.

stock of $100 par, as had previously been reported.
National Public Service Co.—Special dividend of 60c. a share on the
class "B" common stock.
1st pref.

Hundred Corp.—Extra div. of 50c. a share in addition to the
regular quar. div. of 25c. a share on the class "B" stock.
Pantheon Oil Co.—Extra div. of 2He. a share on the capital stock.
The
above company is a subsidiary of the Associated Oil Co. of Calif.
Nineteen

Parker Rust-Proof

Co.—Extra div. of 50c. a share on the common stock.

Pet Milk Co.—Dividends on common
a

stock resumed by payment of 25c.

share.

Exploration.—Quar. div. on the capital stock increased from
25c. a share.

Petroleum

12He. a share to
Sioux City

Stock Yards Co.—Extra div. of $2 a share on the pref. and

stocks.

common

UNFAVORABLE CHANGES.

Surety Co.—Quar. div. of $1 a share on the $25 par value
capital stock omitted.
& General Corp.—Quar. div. of 37Hc. a share on
the $3 cum. pref. stock of no par value omitted.

American

American Utilities

Co.—Quar. div. of 25c. a share on the no par common

Baldwin-Duckworth Chain Co.—Quar. div. on the com. stock decreased
from 75c. a share to 27Hc. a share.
Locomotive

Works.—Semi-annual div. of 3H%

on

the 7%

Bulova Watch Co.,

the no par common stock

Federal Water Service Co.—Quar. div. of 30c. a share on the $2 cum.
& partic. class A stock omitted.

Federated Publications, Inc.—Quar. div. of 15c. a share on the no par

Packing Corp.-—Quar. div. of 50c. a share on the no par
stock omitted.

Canada Bread Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. on the
reduced from $1.75 a share to 50c. a share.
Canadian Bakeries,

7% non-cum. pref. B stock

Foster-Wheeler Corp.—Quar. div. of 25c. a share on the no par common
stock omitted.

omitted.

General Alliance
from 40c.

Corp.—Quar. div.

on the no par common

stock reduced

share to 15c. a share.

a

Harnischfeger Corp., Milwaukee.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a sh. on the 7%
pref. stock omitted.
Hawaiian

Canneries, Ltd.—Monthly dividend of 20c.
stock omitted.

common

share on the

a

i.

.

Hershey Mfg. Co., South Boston, Mass.—Quar. div. of 1% a share

on

the capital stock omitted.

Holland
from

(Mich.) Furnace Co.—Quar. div.
62He. a share to 25c. a share.

Hope Engineering Co.—Quar. div.

on

the com. stock reduced

on

the 7% preferred stock omitted.

Illinois Brick Co.—Quar. div. of 30c. a share on the com. stock omitted.

Importers & Exporters Insurance Co.

of New York.—Quar.

div. of 2% a share on the capital stock omitted.

Insuranshares Certificates,
duced from 10c.

a

Inc.—Quar. div.

share to 7c.

a

on

the common stock re¬

share.

International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Quar. div. on the common
stock reduced from 10c. a share to 5c. a share.

International Securities Corp. of America.—Quar. div. of 25c. a share
on

the class A

stock omitted.

common

Interstate

Equities Corp.—Quar. div. of 75c. a sh. on the $3 cum. conv.
pref. stock, series A, of no par value, omitted.

Iron Fireman Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. on the common
40c. to 15c.

stock reduced from

share.

a

Johns-Manville Corp.—Quar. div. on the com. stock reduced from 75c.
a

share to 25c. a share.

Johnson, Stephens & Shinkle Shoe Co., St. Louis.—Quar. div.
no-par common stock reduced from 62He. a sh. to 25c. a share.
Jones Bros, of Canada,
red.

Ltd.—Quar. div. of 1H% on the 6H

on

the

cum. s.

f.

pref. stock omitted.

conv.

(B.) Kuppenheimer & Co., Inc.—Semi-annual div. of $1

a

share

on

the

$5 par common stock omitted.
Lanston

Machine

Monotype

reduced from $1.75 a share to

Co.—Quar.
$1.50

a

div.

capital stock

the

on

share.

Lehigh Valley Coal Sales Co.—Quar. div. of 90c. a share on the common
stock of $50 par omitted.

Lerner Stores

Corp.—Quar. div. of 50c. a share on the common stock

omitted.

Libby,

McNeill

&

Libby.—Semi-annual divs. on the 7% cum. pref.
6 % non-cum. pref. stock of 3% a share omitted.

stock of 3 H % and on the

(The) Lindner Co.—Quar. div. of 65c. a share on the $2.60 cum. class A
stock omitted.

Locomotive
the

no

Firebox Co.,

par

Chicago, III.—Quar. div. of 25c.

a

share on

value capital stock omitted.

Louisville & Nashville RR.—Semi-annual dividend on the capital stock
reduced from

Ludlow

2H %

a

share to 2% a share.

div.

Associates.—Quar.

Manufacturing

$1.50

a

from

37He.

McKesson &
common

a

on

stock

common

share.

Lunkenheimer Co., Cincinnati.—Quar. div. on

the com. stock reduced

share to 25c. a share.

Robbins,

Inc.

(Del.).—Quar. div. of 25c.

stock omitted.

a

share on the

.

(M.) Marsh & Sons, Inc.—Quar. div. of $1 a share on the class A stock
omitted.

Ltd.—Quar. div. of $1 a share on the $7 cum. 1st

Canadian Investors Corp., Ltd.—Quar.
from 25c. a share to 15c. a share.

div. on common stock reduced

Capital Securities Co., Inc.—Quar. div. of 52Hc. a share on the pre¬
ferred stock omitted.

of America.—Semi-annual div. of 3H%
pref. stock omitted.

on

the 7%

1st partic.

Central Illinois Co., Chicago.—Quar.
a share omitted.
Central States Investment Trust,
the $1.50 cum. conv. series A pref.

Chemical Paper Mfg. Co.,
6% cum. 2d pref. stock
Crocker McElwain Co.

/Mengel Co., Louisville, Ky.—Quar. div. of 1H% on the 7% cum. pref.
stock omitted.

Merchants
common

& Manufacturers Fire Insurance

stock of 25c.

Midland Valley

Co.—Quar. div.

on

the

share omitted.

a

RR.—Semi-annual divs. of 2H% on the 5% non-cum.

stock omitted.

Mid-West States Utilities Co.—Quar. div.
"A" common stock omitted.

Inc.—Quar. div. of 37Hc.
stock omitted.

a

share

on

Holyoke, Mass.—Quar. div. of 1H% on the
omitted. This company is a subsidiary of

Chicago Investors Corp.—Quar.
pref. stock omitted.

Wheel Corp.—Quar. div. of 12He.
against 25c. a share paid previously.

Motor

of 2H% in stock

a

the class

on

div. of 75c. a share on the $3 cum.

conv.

National Securities Investment

Columbia Building & Loan Association.—Semi-annual
capital stock reduced from $3 a share to $2.50 a share.

div. on the

Consolidated Water Co. of Utica.—Quar. div. on the class "A" common
stock reduced from 50c. a share to 37He. a share.

Co.—Quar. div, of $1.50 a share on the common

Co.—Quar. div. of $1.50

Stores Investment Co.—Quar.
stock omitted.

Naval

a

share on the

Nehi Corp., Columbus,
common stock omitted.

Neptune

div. of 30c. a share on the

com.

Ga.—Quar. div. of 15c. a share on the no par

divs. on the class
share to 30c. a share.

Meter Co.—Quar.

stocks reduced from 50c. a

"A" and "B"

common

Plantation, Ltd.—Quar. div. of $1 a share on the 7%
pref. stock omitted.

Ontario Tobacco

Paraffine Companies, Inc.—Quar.
$1 a share to 75c. a share.

div. on the com. stock reduced from

Pennsylvania Industries, Inc.—Quar.
preferred stock omitted

div. of 1H% on the 6%

cum.

Co., Springfield, Mass.—Quar. div. of 1 %%
on the 7% cum. pref. stock omitted.
Pittsfield Coal Gas Co.—Quar. div. of 2% on the capital stock omitted.
Providence Mortgage Co.—Quar. div. of 75c. a share on the common
Perkins Machine & Gear

Providence Washington Insurance
the $10 par capital stock omitted.

Co.—Quar. div. of 55c.

Public Utility Holding Corp. of America.—Quar.
on the $3 cum. pref. stock of no par value omitted.

a

share on

div. of 75c.

a

share

div. of 37Hc. a share on
stock omitted.
Research Investment Trust, Ltd.—Semi-annual div. on the 6% cum.
Railway & Utilities Investing Corp.—Quar.
the $3.50 series and $3 series cum. conv. pref.

pref. stock omitted.
Royal Dutch
on

(Petroleum) Co.—Action on the interim dividend of 7%
deferred until the full results for 1931 on all the
available.

the ordinary shares

affiliated companies are

Co., Inc.—Semi-annual div. of 2H% on the 5% cum.
preferred stock omitted.
div. of 10c. a share on the no par value

Cuban Tobacco

Reyner & Bros., Inc.. Pittsburgh.—Quar.
reduced from 25c. a share to 12He. a share.

Daily Steel Products Co.—Quar.
common stock omitted.

Rogers-Majestic Corp., Ltd.—Quar. divs.
class "A'f and class "B" stocks, omitted.

$1 a share on the common stock

omitted.

Diversified Investment Trusts, Inc., Akron, Ohio.—Quar. div. on the
no par class "A" stock reduced from 20c. a sh. to 10c. a share.




as

stock reduced from

stock omitted.

stock of

Chicago Yellow Cab Co., Inc.—Quar. div. of 50c. a sh. on the com.
stock payable March 1 1932 as compared with monthly divs. of 25c a
sh. paid from April 1 1928 to and incl. Nov. 2 1931.

Dartmouth Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. of

sh. on the com. stock

Muskogee Co., Phila., Pa.—Dividend on the common
$1 a share to 75c. a share.

cum.

div. on the capital stock of 50c.

Chicago & North Western Ry.—Quar. divs. on the common
1 % a share and on the preferred of IX % a share were omitted.

Crocker, McElwain
stock omitted.

May Hosiery Mills, Inc.—Quar. div. on the $4 cum. pref. stock reduced
from $1 a share to 50c. a share.

6% cum. pref. stock omitted.

omitted.

Corp.

stock omitted.

common

Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Semi-annual divs. of 60c. a share on
both the class A and B stock omitted.

Moody's Investors Service, N. Y. City.—Quar. div. of 75c. a share on
the $3 cum. partic. pref. stock of no par value omitted.

Co.—Quar. div. reduced from $2 a share to $1.50 a share on
capital stock.

Celanese

share.

Inc.—Quar. div. of 20c. a share on the common stock

omitted.

pref. stock

a

Light Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. a share on the com.

(I.) Miller & Sons, Inc.—Quar. div. of $1.62H on the 6H% cum. conv.
preferred stock omitted.

div. on the

Cabot Mfg.

common

&

common stock

Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Co.—Quar.
reduced from $1 a share to 50c. a share.

California

Power

stock omitted.

pref. stock and 2H % on the common

pref. stock omitted.

Blaw-Knox Co., Pittsburgh.—Quar. div. on
reduced from 25c. a share to 12Hc. a share.

cum.

from $1 a share to 50c.

,

Line Co.—Quar. div. on the capital stock reduced from
3H% to 2% a share.
Atlantic Coast Line RR.—Semi-annual div. of 2% on the common stock
as compared with 3H% & share paid previously.
Atlantic Coast

the

Faber, Coe & Gregg, Inc.—Semi-annual div. on the com. stock reduced
Federal

reduced from $2.50 a share to

stock omitted.

cum.

sh. on the com. stock

pref. stock omitted.

Express Co.—Quar. div. of 25c. a share on the com. stock omittedAlabama Great Southern RR.—Extra divs. Of 3% on both the common
and preferred stocks omitted.
Allied Chemical & Dye Corp.—NO action taken with respect to the stock
distribution on the common stock.
A year ago a stock dividend of 5%
was paid on this issue.
American British & Continental Corp.—Quar. div. of 75c. a sh. on the
$6 cumul. 1st pref. stock of no par value omitted.
American Locomotive Co.—Quar. div. on the no par common stock of
25c. a share omitted.
American & Overseas Investing Corp.—Quar. div. of $1.50 a sh. on
the $6 cum. partic. pref. stock omitted.
American Steel Foundries.—Quar. div. of 25c. a sh. on the common

Armstrong Cork
stock omitted.

a

Lehigh Valley Coal Corp.—Quar. div. of 1H% on the 6% cum. conv.

Adams

Baldwin

Ltd.—Quar. div. of $1.25
a share paid previously.

compared with $1.75

as

(The)

18 last.

M.

Dominion Glass Co.,

Gallagher Drug Co.—Quar. div. of 1M% on the 7% cum. pref. stock

Continental Gas & Electric Corp.—Extra cash div. of $3.60 a share and
a special div. of l-5th of a share of common stock on the common stock,
in addition to the regular quar. div. of $1.10 a share.
Detroit

7

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div. on the common stock

of 30c. a share on both the

Corp.—Dividend on common stock omitted.
dividend of 6c. a share was paid.
Second Investors Corp., Providence, R. I.—Quar. div. of 37Hc. a share
on the conv. pref. stock omitted.

Royalties

On Aug.

Management
1 last an initial

8

MONTHLY REVIEW

Shaffer Stores Co.—Dividend of 25c.

a

share

on

the

no par common

stock

omitted.

Shell Transport & Trading Co.. Ltd.—Action on the interim dividend
of Is. 6d. per British ordinary share deferred until the full year's result
is available.

(A. O.)

Smith Corp.—Quar. div. of 50c.

a

share on the common stock

omitted.

Socony-Vacuum Corp.—Quar. div.
40c.

share to 25c.

a

on

the capital stock reduced from

share.

a

Southern Pacific Co.—Quar. div. on the capital stock reduced from 1H %
a

share to

1%

share.

a

Southington (Conn.) Hardware Co.—Quar. div.
reduced from 50c.

a

share to 35c.

Spear & Co.—Quar. div. of l%%
Standard-Coosa-Thatcher
50c.

a

on

the capital stock

share.

the 7%

on

Co.—Quar. div.

cum.

pref. stock omitted.
reduced from

common

on

sh. to 37Mc. a share.

a

Standard

Financial

Corp.—Dividend of 10c.

share

a

stock omitted.

on

the

capital

v

Standard Oil Co. of Calif.

(Del.).—Extra stock dividend of 2%

on

the

stock omitted.

common

Standard Utilities, Inc.—Quar. div. on the no par value common stock
reduced from 7c.

a

share to 4c.

share.

a

Sterling Securities Corp.—Quar. div.

on

the $3 cum. conv. pref. stock

of 75c. a share omitted.

Superheater Co.—Quar. div.

on

the common stock reduced from 62Hc.

sh. to 25c. a share.

a

a

Shipyards Corp.—Quar. div.

on

the capital stock reduced from $1

share to 50c. a share.

..

Steel Co.—Declaration of the usual 6%

annual stock div.

on

the common stock of $10 par value omitted.

Twin

share

a

on

the

stock omitted.

Underwood Elliott Fisher Co.—Quar. div. on the no par common stock
reduced from $1.25 to 75c. a share.
*
American

United

Utilities,

Inc.—Quar. div. of 32He.

a

share on the

$1.30 cumul. class "A" stock omitted.
United Chemicals, Inc.—Quar. div. on the $3 cumul. and partic. pref.
stock reduced from 75c. a share to 50c. a share.
United Fruit Co.—Quar. div. on the no par value common stock reduced
from $1 a share to 75c. a share.

United Wall Paper Factories, Inc.—Quar. divs. of $1.50 a share on the

6% cumul. prior pref. stock and $1.75 a share on the $7 div. pref. stock
omitted.

a

common

share

on

the

no par

a

share on the no par

stock omitted.

Vogt Manufacturing Corp.—Quar. div.

on common

stock reduced from

25c. a share to 15c. a share.

was

(Hiram) Walker-Gooderham & Worts, Ltd.—Quar. div. on the
value capital stock reduced from 12Hc. a share to 6Mc. a share.

no par

West Boylston Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. of $1.50 a share on the 8% cumul.

preferred stock omitted.
Western Auto Supply Co. of Kansas City.—Quar. divs. on the class
"A" and class "B
stocks reduced from 75c. a share to 50c. a share.

Newspaper Machinery Corp.;—Quar. divs. of $1.75
prior

pref.

stock

and

the

$7

cumul.

share on
pref. stock

a

omitted.

(Rudolph) Wurlitzer Co., Cincinnati.—Monthly div. of 25c.
the

common

a

share

stock omitted.

Yale & Towne Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. on the common stock reduced from
50c. a share to 25c. a share.

THE COURSE OF THE STOCK MARKET DURING NOVEMBER 1931.

The

market

stock

during November took another sharp

plunge downward, the decline ranking among the severest
of the whole year.

Indeed, when the market as a whole is

form the
basis of most of the averages, it is not unlikely that the
renewed break was the very worst of the year 1931.
The
renewed collapse followed an exhibition of strength during
the first nine days of November, in continuation of the up¬
ward swing of prices inaugurated after the market had
the selected issues which

considered, instead of

established its low for the year on Oct. 5.

This recovery was

of large

proportions and extended with full force into Novem¬
ber, not reaching its termination until Monday, Nov. 9.
The
^

break, however, after the latter date was of such dimen¬

new

Another

sions that it wiped out, and more

to

farm

Western

the notable apprecia¬

was

taking place in the market value of silver,
The result

a

was a very

number of other com¬

spirited and confident

improving prices.
Copper futures advanced 35 to
points in the heaviest trading in weeks, rubber prices rose
from 11 to 23 points on the New York Rubber
Exchange, and
up from 55 to 85 points on the New York
On the New York Cotton Exchange futures
from 13 to 16 points, and the spot price of

were

Hide Exchange.
that

on

day

rose

marked up from 6.70c. to 6.85c. a pound in, face

was

of the report of the Agricultural Bureau at
Washington
estimating the current crop at 16,903,000 bales, or more
than 600,000 bales above the Oct. 1
estimate, and comparing

with

an
actual harvest of only 13,931,597 bales in 1930.
Many of the copper stocks at this time enjoyed advances by
reason of
the higher price of silver, which constitutes a
by-product of many of these companies.
The American

Smelting & Refining Co.
course

the

was an

International

as a

Silver

than wiped out, the ante¬

course

of

prices

on

the day mentioned,

almost continuously

was

downward, as already stated, owing to the failure to realize
expectations in the particulars mentioned and owing also
to the continued

depression in trade and to

the fact

developments again kept piling

up

that

after

one

Stocks broke badly on Nov. 10 and the
immediately

succeeding days.

Grain prices fell sharply after the long-

continued advance dating back to Oct. 5, and
nearly all the
other commodity markets developed an easier

tendency.

The price

of silver also moved lower.

Worst

dend reductions and'dividend omissions

came

of

all,

divi¬

in increasing

numbers, furnishing sad reminders of the havoc done by
the prostration of trade and industry.
The threatening out¬
look in the Far East, due to the
military operations in Man¬
churia between

Japan and China, constituted a new depress¬
Sanguinary conflicts were in progress there,
causing apprehensions as to the outcome of such a serious
situation, with doubts and uncertainties as to how far and
ing influence.

to what extent the United States

might become embroiled in
its effort, along with the League of Nations, to
bring pressure

to

bear upon

became

new

of

the belligerent countries.
special

a

shown

progress

source

among

The copper stocks

of weakness owing to the lack

the producing

interests

of

the

world in their negotiations for a general curtailment of the

output

of the metal.
The domesticc price of the metal
dropped to 6%c. a pound, with some sales at 6^4c., the lowest
figure on record.
The downward reaction in grain prices
now proved a
decidedly adverse factor.
New York Central
stock in the railroad list and United States Steel in the
industrial list continued establishing new low levels almost

day after day.
some

new

directly benefited

was

however, reached its climax

and after Nov. 9 the

and

might be termed the autumn rally,
low record for 1931.
Taking as a

instance in point, and of

Co.

result of the advance in silver.

the railroads

a

the

certain

45

cedent recovery, or what
established

which

the great

was

was

aggregated over two million shares, being in exact figures
2,040,670 shares—a quite unusual total for two hours' busi¬
ness.
On Monday, Nov. 9, there was a continuation of this
activity, with prices still rising, and with the transactions
for the day reaching 3,047,293 shares.
The feeling at this
time was exceedingly confident, owing to the
favoring influ¬
ences already cited, and in
particular the sharp advance in
grain prices and the further appreciation in the value of
silver.
Many other commodities on that day (Nov. 9) also

another.

cumul.

continued,

of share properties.
At the half-day session on
Saturday, Nov. 7, dealings on the New York Stock Exchange

Warren Foundry & Pipe Corp.—Quar. div. on the com. stock reduced
from 50c. a share to 30c. a share.

$7

Stock Exchange

buying

unfavorable

the

if

upward tendency likewise in

an

modity prices.

Warner Co.—Quar. div. of 25c. a share on the common stock omitted.

on

laboring.

were

All this,

Vapor Car Heating Co., Inc.—Quar. div. of $1.25

both

This,

great distress under

tion which

stock omitted.

common

Wood

prices.

\

Vanadium—Alloys Steel Co.—Quar. div. of 25c.

value

the

classes

cotton

City Rapid Transit Co.—Semi-annual div. of $2

common

grain

•relieve

with

in

course

Among the chief of these influences

in

hide futures

Trimont Dredging Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. a share on the $2 cumul. partic.
class "A" stock omitted.
Truscon

long-continued downward

values.

rise

showed

Title Insurance Corp. of St. Louis.—Quar. div. on the $25 par capital
stock of 25c. a share omitted.
Todd

in the

Dividend reductions and suspensions among

of the most

standard the 50 stocks which form the basis of the averages

Southern

kept by the New York "Times," there was an upward rebound

came in
startling succession, involving
prominent railroads in the country.
The

now

1%% to 1%.

from 79.07

on

there

a

on

the

Nov.

Nov. 9, but from that figure

off

the

the

common

on

an

In the case of
25 railroad stocks, which form a part of the 50 stocks,
decline was from a high of 45.94 on Nov. 9 to 30.85
30, left the close

that day at 83.03.

on

Nov. 30, with the close on

that day at 32.68, while in the case

of the 25 industrial stocks the decline during the month was
from

high

a

on

Nov. 9 of 163.97 to a low of 126.77 Nov. 28,

with the close on the last

day of the month (tas a result of

rebound on Nov. 30) at 133.39. Liquidation was
severe and general, and yet the sales for the month on the
New York Stock Exchange reached no more than 37,355,208
the upward

shares

as

against 51,946,840 shares in November 1930; 72,-

455,420 shares in November 1929, and 115,360,075 shares in
On the New York Curb Exchange the sales

November 1928.
for

month

the

amounted

to

5,483,335

shares

as

against

13,348,200 shares in November 1930; 29,529,500 shares in
November 1929, and 36,695,100 shares in November 1928.
swing of prices in the* early part of the
month and which terminated on Monday, Nov. 9, consid¬
erable bullish enthusiasm was aroused as a result of a num¬
In

ber

the upward

of

be fore¬
a change for the better in the long depression in
business, and likewise the turning of the corner

favoring circumstances which appeared to

runners

of

trade and




Co. reduced its quarterly dividend from
The Chicago & North Western Railway passed
dividend list entirely, omitting dividends on both

almost uninterrupted drop, to 78.82
28; an upward rebound on Monday,

Oct. 5 to 104.95

drop,

Saturday,

Nov.

the

was

Pacific

declared

stock;

and the

preferred shares.

semi-annual

a

dividend

of

Atlantic Coast Line

only 2%

previously the company made regular

common

on

semi-annual

distributions of

3%% on this issue, and in addition an extra
dividend of 1 y2% was paid each six months from
July 10
1926 to and including Jan. 10 1931.
The Louisville & Nash¬
ville RR. declared a semi-annual dividend of

2%, this

paring with 2y2% paid
six months

previously.

staggering

news

that the railroad unions had rejected the

plea of the railroad executives for
in

wage

market.
road

scales of 10%.
The action

interests,

the conviction

was

This

a

voluntary reduction

dealt

a
sharp blow to the
deemed adverse, not alone to rail¬

but to business interests in general,
was

great recovery in

placed firmly

com¬

Aug. 10 1931 and with 3%% each
On Monday, Nov. 23, there came the

on

upon

strong that before

trade the

there could

railroads must

their feet, and it

was

once

since

be

any

more

be

also felt that such

rehabilitation of the railroads could only be reached
by the
lowering of railway operating costs, to which reduction
railway labor must contribute in some equitable

degree.

A

further

adverse

development

was

the

decline

in

the

foreign exchanges, especially the collapse in the rate for the
pound sterling.
On Monday, Nov. 23, there was an un¬
expected slump in exchange

on

London, the price of which

MONTHLY

REVIEW

9

dropped

over 6c. in the pound sterling, and this proved
prelude to still heavier declines in the sterling rate
succeeding days, so that on Monday, Nov. 30, the range

only
on

Opening

for cable transfers

$3.72% @$3.73%

London

on

on

only $3.39@$3.46 against
Saturday, Nov. 21. To add to the pre¬

The
poor showing of the railroads in their monthly earnings for
October, the returns for which came to hand the latter part
once

collapsed.

more

of

November, served further to depress the railroad shares,
carrying most of them to further new low levels for the year.
So, day by day, the stock market kept moving lower and
still lower.

After the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday,
the break still continued, further severe declines
marking the course of values on Friday, Nov. 27, and

Nov. 26,

Saturday, Nov. 28, though the following Monday, Nov. 30,
after a further dip to the lowest figures of the month and
year, a sharp upward rebound occurred in the closing hours
of the session.

Among individual stocks the fluctuations in New
stock among the railroads and United

York

States Steel

the industrial properties attract the most attention.
New York Central declined from 55% Nov. 11 to 28 Nov. 30;
the previous February this stock wtas still
selling at 132%,

August 1929 it sold

high

as

as

256%.

United States

Steel dropped from 74% Nov. 9 to 53 Nov. 30; the previous

February this stock sold at 152%, and in September 1929
it sold at 291%. All the railroads were under severe
pressure
during the month, and their record of decline is indeed a
Atchison dropped from 121% Nov. 11 to 87%
Nov. 30, which compares with 203% the previous February

sorry

one.

and with

298% in August 1929.

Baltimore & Ohio fell from

39% Nov. 9 to 22 Nov. 30, which compares with 87% the
previous February and with 145% September 1929.
Penn¬
sylvania stock sold down from 34% Nov. 9 (for the $50
shares) to 22 Nov. 28; the previous February this stock sold
at 64, and in August 1929 it sold at 110.
Union Pacific

Railroad & Indus. Bonds (Concl.)—
Amer & Foreign Pow deb 5S-..-2030
Brooklyn Union Elev 1st 5s
1950

from 115 Nov. 9 to 78% Nov. 30; the
previous
February it sold at 205%, and in August 1929 it touched
297%.
And these illustrations might be continued almost

In the industrial list American

Tel.

&

Tel.

from 35 Nov. 9 to 26% Nov. 21; North American from
46%
Nov. 9 to 33% Nov. 28; American Water Works & Electric
from 42% Nov. 9 to 27% Nov.
27; Allied Chemical & Dye
from 99% Nov. 9 to 73% Nov. 28, and American

construed

favorable feature,
also moved lower, the stock
declining from 37% Nov. 9 to
31% Nov. 30.
As already

as

a

very

was

also

again

lowing tables containing
the

various classes

an extended list

and

of bond issues of

Government Bonds.

90"3t

1011*32

Lowest.

Highest.

7

100

7

1001*32

9

100**32

7

104**32

Nov. 30 103*i32 Nov. 7
99io82 Nov. 30 101i«32 Nov. 7
2
991*32 Nov. 14
96ii32 Nov. 9
99**32 Nov. 18

101«32

101133s

Treasury 4Ms, 1947-52-.
Treasury 4s, 1944-54

105

100**32 Nov. 27 102
Nov.
104*32 Nov. 27 107**82 Nov.

101*031

101 «32

99**32

Treasury

96*0j,

Treasury
Treasury
Treasury

1946-56—
1943-47—
3Ms, 1940-43-.
3Ms, 1941-43—
3 Ms, 1946-49—
3s, 1951-55

96*832

96*132

93**32

96**12 Nov. 27
93*32 Nov. 23

93

92

Nov. 30

971*32

99»32 Nov. 13

971*32

95**32 Nov. 18
94**32 Nov. 9

931*32

Price

Nov.

Lowest.

Highest.

30

1931.

Railroad and Industrial Bonds—

90 M

88 M Nov 30

92 M Nov

84

89

9

89 M

1952

c86

Baltimore & Ohio 1st gold 4s--.1948

86

82 M Nov 30

91M Nov 12

Convertible 4 Ms
Boston & Maine 1st 5s

68 M
78 M

51M Nov 27
62
Nov 30

72

Nov

82

Nov 10

66

86

84

89 M Nov 10
89 M Nov 10

84

60 M
27 M

Chesapeake Corp conv 5s

1947

84

78

Nov 30

Nov 28
Nov 28

Nov 17
9

Chic Milw & St P gen 4s ser A. .1989

'61M

60M Nov 25

65 M Nov

9

Chic M St P & Pac 5s

39

26

41

Nov

9

49 M Nov

ser A

Chic & N W conv 4Ms ser A

1975

1949

46

Nov 25

28X Nov 27

84

M

82 M
53 M

9

32

C C C & St L 4 Ms series E

1977

78

69

Nov 28

82 H Nov 10

/69

1967

39

Ref & imp 5s of 1930

Nov 30

60

1975

53 M
54

39

Nov 30

59 M Nov

9

Nov

Nov 28

117M
/59

75

Nov

9

2

4

Nov

4

3M

32 M Nov 30

50

Nov

7

32 H

Nov 12

3M Nov

46 %

54 M

51M Nov 27

72 H Nov
72 M Nov

9

External 5 Ms

9

54

64

Nov

9

Nov

9

45 %
49

Nov

9

1962

Australia 5s of 1925

1955

55

External loan 5s of 1927
External 4Ms of 1928
Berlin (City) extl s f 6s

1957

55

1956

48

1958

30 M

Bolivia (Rep ) external 7s
External 8s

1969

Nov 27

45

47 M Nov 30
49 M Nov 27
43 M Nov 30

M

49 M
43 M

Nov 11

23 M Nov 27
9
Nov
2

9M

18M

Nov

9

24M

Nov 10

9

1947

13 M

12

Nov 30

Nov 10

13

..1941

Brazil external 8s

29M

21H Nov 30
20 M Nov 30
71M Nov 23

Nov 11

21M

6 Ms of 1927

1957

7Mtf

27

1952

c79

Brisbane (City) 5s...

1957

Sinking fund 5s
Chile (Rep) 6s

1958

c44M
o40M

.

—

Sept 1961
External sinking fund 6s
1963
External sinking fund 6s
1960
Colombia (Rep) 6s of 1928..Oct 1961
Colombia Mtge Bank 7s of 1927.1947

42

Nov

40 M Nov

Nov

4

a24

22

15 M Nov 30
15
Nov 30

23

15

32 M

9

Nov

6

072

49 M Nov 10
49 M Nov 10
26 % Nov 10

7

43

20 M

43

15M

Nov

7

15

Nov 30

28

Nov

9

30

Nov

Nov 28

43 M Nov 10
41
Nov 10

15M
31M

30

d39M
63M

28

4

/30

German (Rep) 7s

1949

44 M Nov 30

70

6

German International 5 Ms
Minas Geraes (State) 6 Ms

46

1965

40

30 M Nov 30

1958

18M

17

Nov

New South Wales
(State) 5s

1957

46

Nov 30

45 M Nov 7
28 M Nov 10
55
Nov 11

46

.1958

7s

21

47 M Nov 30
19
Nov 30

1960

s f

61M
61M

.1959

External sinking fund 5s
Peru (Rep) sec
External 6s

13

9M Nov 30

Queensland (State) external 7s. .1941
External 6s—

70

1947

Uruguay (Rep) 8s
Nov. 4.

VOLUME

c

OF

Nov. 6.

94.

ON

2

Nov

STOCK

1930.

37,355,208

Nov 12

34

9

9

Nov

/Nov. 28.

g

X

74
56 M
24

4

75

25
53 M

Nov. 25.

EXCHANGE.
1 Q9ft

72,455,420

$

47 X
20

Nov 11

37M Nov

1929..

51,946,840

$

Nov 12

80 M Nov 14
70
Nov 13

2

Nov. 11.

e

THE

1931.

Bonds sales (par value)—
Railroad and miscell

18

32 H
18

18 % Nov 10

53 M Nov 30

d Nov. 9.

BUSINESS

Month of November—
Stock sales—No. of shares

Nov

55
25

56 M Nov 28
24
Nov 2

a37M
666 M

1946

6 Nov. 5.

70

,

60M

Rio de Janeiro (City) 8s
1946
Rio Grande do Sul (State) 8s.-.1946

a

2

Nov

115,360,075

$

S

United States Govt

123,604,000
69,970,000
37,320,000

119,292,000
59,938,500
6,575,600

207,615,000
66,110,000
15,468,000

153,822,500
54,360,000
11,086,500

Total bond sales

230,894,000

185,806,100

289,193,000

219,269,000

526,659,541

751,273,764 1,041,129,840

826,824,475

State, munic. & foreign

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

Stocksales—No. of shares

Bond sales (par value)—
Railroad and miscell.—1,666,333,400

State, munic. & foreign
United States Govt

Total bond sales

VOLUME

$

S

1,753,819,900 1,984,964,300 1,834,812,650
816,823,600
644,908,900
595,235,150
695,209,925
234,992,900
100,493,350
126,656,800
169,955,750

2,718,149,900 2,499,222,150 2,706,856,250 2,699,978,325
OF

BUSINESS

Month of November—

ON

THE

1931.

Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales (par value)—
Domestic

CURB

EXCHANGE.

1930.

5,483,335

1Q9R

1929.

13,348,200

29,529,500

36,695,100

$

58,556,000
3,337,000
2,521,000

Foreign corporate
Total bond sales

63,231,000
2,676,000
2,590,000

$

33,356,000
2,664,000
2,327,000

45,907,000
7,366,000
3,618,000
56,891,000

64,414,000

68,497,000

38,347,000

100,153,085

206,389,425

450,461,329

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

Stocksales—No. of shares
Bond sales (par value)—

S

Domestic

$

■

192,836,826

$

S

828,145,000
29,111,000
36,619,000

689,047,000
41,881,000
40,095,000

440,812,500
54,996,500
36,806,500

648,572,000

893,875,000

771,023,000

512,615,500

785,039,000

95,657,000

40,810,000

THE

1977

79

65

Nov 30

82

Nov 10

1963

44

Nov 27

57 M Nov 10

45

Kan City So ref & imp 5s

1950

52 M
70

58

Nov 28

Lehigh Valley (Pa) gen 4s

2003

60 M

60

Nov

Mo-Kan-Tex Ry cum adj 5s
Missouri Pacific gen 4s

1967

e54

75 M Nov
9
67 M Nov 13
55
Nov 12

1975

46

43 M

2

40 M Nov 28
34 M Nov 30
25

Nov 27

49 M Nov
44 M Nov

9

DURING

the

latter

part

to

the

rates

the

and

mainly reflected
closing days of

the

acceptances

bankers

result

a

for

abrupt

was

that

was

acceptances;

confined

and

the
the division of the money market

was

in

bank
an

money market showed a soften¬

for

acceptance market also

1931.

Reserve

virtually to

came

October

of

during November the N. Y.

NOVEMBER

Federal

slight stiffening of rates again

November.
moved

Though the rates

downward

they

for

remained

relatively high and proved quite attractive to foreign central
banks and these once more began to add to their bill
investments in this market, though possibly this statement
should be taken to apply very largely to the Bank of France
and

maybe almost exclusively to that foreign central institu¬

tion.

Whether

Pierre

Laval

as

a

some

result of the

understanding
or

visit
was

to this

arrived

country of
at between

because acceptances could

be bought so as to yield a much higher rate of return than
before

(owing to the tremendous

gold takings

on

French

foreign countries) French
policy did change as regards the purchase of bills in this

65

111 Cent CStL&N05sA

Nov "9

from

and for ear-marking

the

end

MONEY MARKET

withdrawals

account and on account of other

40

Gt North gen 4 Ms series E

N Y N H & Hartf 1st & ref 4 Ms. 1967

69

France and the United States

78 M

Erie ref & imp 5s of 1927

N Y Chic & St L 4Ms series C-.1978

116

70

33

which

92*32

Range for November.

1931.

Ches & Ohio ref & imp 4 Ms B...1995

116

17 M Nov 30

largely

Closing

Price

1967

Nov 27

ing tendency, though the manifestation of this

97**82

Nov. 2

1960

55 M

54

4

52 X Nov 27

bankers

Atch Topeka & Santa Fe gen 4s. .1995

77 M Nov 9
2 119M Nov 23

70

55 M
46 M

export

991*82

96**32 Nov.

Opening

Atl Coast Line 1st cons 4s

6M
60 M

Nov

56

Nov. 30.

991*32 Nov. 2 1001*32 Nov.
100i»32 Nov. 28 101**32 Nov.

4Ms of 1933-1938

Treasury 3Ms,
Treasury 3 Ms,

85

2

64 M Nov 12

60

21M

Gold

Conv. 4Ms, 1932-1947—
Fourth Liberty Loan—

6

Nov

Nov 30

6M Nov 30

61M

Sale

Nov. 2.
First Liberty Loan—
3 MS, 1932-1947

Nov

12

85

12

51

1959

Last

Sale

91

88

7

1957

Total bond sales..—

1931.

93M

1945

Foreign Govt

During November

80

Nov 16

6

6s of June 1925..

types:

Range

Nov 12

97

Foreign Bonds—
Antioquia (Dept) 7s series A
Argentine (Govt) 6s series A

Foreign corporate

First

85

a4

ex¬

Without attempting to enumerate conspicu¬
ous instances of decline, of which there are
many, we will
follow our usual course and simply introduce here the fol¬

63M Nov

Nov 21

93 H Nov

6s
1947
Shubert Theatre deb g 6s
1942
Warner Bros Pictures conv 6s.-1939

Foreign Govt

stated, the bond market

Nov 30

80

Paramount-Famous-Lasky

tremely weak.

all

31

1931.

49

1940

Refining from 36% Nov. 9 to 22%
of New
Jersey,'notwithstanding the announcement that the
company had called for redemption $30,000,000 of its deben¬
was

59 M

1941

Internet Paper 5s series A
1947
Internet T & T conv deb 4 Ms--1939
Liggett & Myers Tobacco 7s
1944

Smelting &
Nov. 25; Standard Oil

which

Highest.

682

1940

Gen Theatres equip conv 6s

dropped from 147 Nov. 9 to 124% Nov. 28; J. I. Case from
57% Nov. 9 to 36 Nov. 27; Westinghouse Electric "& Manu¬
facturing from 52% Nov. 9 to 32% Nov. 30; General Electric

tures,

Lowest.

c93M

Central Steel 1st 8s——
Dodge Brothers conv deb 6s

declined

indefinitely.

Price

Nov.

1931.

among

and in

Range for November.

Nov. 1

was

vailing gloom the bond market

Central

Closing

Price

a

42

It

market.

further

60

36
30

admitted

on

side

every

that

France

if it had been deemed expedient or politic.

withdrawn

62

/40M

is

had

large balances in this country that could have been
In

of other foreign central banks it may be questioned
whether the balances still held here were of very great
the

case

a75

67 M Nov 27

82

Nov

/68

50

46 M Nov 24

51

Nov

47

Pennsylvania RR deb g 4 Ms—1970
St L-San Fran gen 4s series A-.1950

77 M

65 M Nov 27

81

Nov

68

000 of the $125,000,000 credit originally obtained from the

43

31M Nov 30

33M

N- Con 4 Ms series A

American

1978

32 M

20 M Nov 30

35 M Nov

22

Southern Ry gen 4s series A

1956

56

51

Nov 24

61

Nov 10

53

actually

74 M

65

Nov 30

80

Nov

66

63

Nov

1 year

N Y Ont & Western ref 4s

1992

Southern Pacific gold 4MS------1969

45 M Nov

7

magnitude, though the Bank of England still had $75,000,-

Western Maryland 1st 4s

1952

56

9

54

Allegheny Corp col trust 5s

1944

47 M

33

Nov 30

52 M Nov

7

40

34

Nov 30

44 M Nov

9

35 M
34

Collateral & convertible 5S--.1949




52 M Nov 30

M

Federal

in

use,

Reserve

and

Banks

likewise

available,

still

had

the

even

if

not

$200,000,000

credit obtained from a syndicate of private bankers
Morgan & Co. at its command. The point

headed by J. P.
is

that

confidence in

the stability of the

American dollar

10

MONTHLY REVIEW

appeared to be waning when gold withdrawals on
proceeding .so steadily, and on such a tremen¬
dous scale, appeared to have been completely restored and
the disposition to engage in further withdrawals of the
metal seemed completely to vanish.
This and the higher
which

less

the total of the same reaching an aggregate of no
$3,941,000,000 on Oct. 9 1929.
At that time it

tions,

this side were

yield to be obtained On bill purchases served to add very
greatly to the total of foreign purchases of bills in the
N.

market.

Y.

evidence

The

this

of

is

furnished

in

the

in the weekly

item

returns of the Federal Reserve banks,
in which these institutions report their "contingent liability
bills

purchased for foreign correspondents" meaning
banks.
On Oct. 14, this item was down
to $40,571,000 but by Oct. 28 it had increased to $82,879,000 : during November there was a further increase so that
the amount Dec. 2 stood at $134,053,000.
The suspension of the gold outflow had one beneficial
effect; that is, the Federal Reserve banks were once more
on

foreign central

able

to

their

re-enforce

heavily

by

reduced

gold

the

holdings,

which

outflow

enormous

of

had
the

been
metal

during September and October, the re-enforcement process
being greatly aided by large importations of the metal at
San Francisco from Japan and China.
The N. Y. Federal
Reserve Bank reports $78,600,000 gold received
on the
Pacific Coast during November, $76,000,000 of this coming
from Japan and $1,100,000 from China.
The movement
was

the

tween

more

noteworthy in view of the military conflict be¬

Japan and China

churia.

With

Reserve

Banks

ratio

of

to

to

combined)

order,

and

to

Reserve

the

their

liabilities

note

and

65.6%.

serve

Such

change for the better would

a

to strengthen confidence in the financial

notwithstanding

that

even

after

this

would have been impossible for the

change

for

the

better, the ratio remained far 'below that in the corre¬
sponding week of the previous year, the figure for Dec. 3
1930 having been 79.8%.
'
What passed

entirely unnoticed was that the large Govern¬
ment deposits arising out of the sale of the $806,294,400 of
3% Treasury bonds the previous September were being

Clearing House to under¬
But since then,
stock market speculation steadily dwindling, and with

take the change now carried into effect.
with

interest rates

such

deposits were of unusual size
of which $204,486,000 were on
deposit in the N. Y. Federal Reserve District. The first
call for the repayment of these deposits came close on
the heels of the sale of the bonds, namely on Sept. 21, and
called for the repayment of $14,840,000 on Sept. 24, and
the same amount on Sept. 25, of which $4,856,200 on each
of the two days represented deposits in the N. Y. Federal
deposit.

had almost reached the vanishing point,
been only $162,000,000. On
Nov. 18 but $12,000,000 remained of these loans for account
tabooing them,

the amount for Nov. 11 having

of others.

The

rule went into effect

new

of the greater part of

over

on

selves and to that extent

accomplished without incident.
after

day,

available

Stock

the

on

2%%.

at
at

In the outside market funds were

session at 2%,

every

or

%

concession, of

a

of

1%

on

Monday, Nov. 16, the day when the amendment to the

with the exception of one solitary day.

Clearing

constitution

House

became

This was

effective.

Things

dropped back to the normal, however, the very next day
then

and from

the

In

the

in

Stockl,Exchange

were

concession.

a

of time loans

case

flurry

outside the

loans

on

again obtainable at

that branch

Stock Exchange collateral,

on

of the market

which

in

was

evidence during October, in great part

disappeared during
November, and rates eased off somewhat though quotations
entirely nominal

were

in

this

was

branch

of

as

the

there was little

market

and

displayed in this class of loans.

month

for all dates

rates

were

or

movement

no

absolutely no interest
In the early part of the

3%% bid and 4% asked.

Then the rates for all dates dropped to 3% bid and 3%%
asked.
The latter part of the month rates for 30 to 60 day
money were 2V2% bid, 3% asked, for 90-day accomodation
3%% bid and 3%% asked, and for 4 to 6 months 3%% bid

4% asked.

and

tions,
all

as

However these

were

merely nominal quota¬

already stated, and each transaction

by itself.

was

considered

The daily records of time loans is shown in

table which follows:

the

DAILY RECORD

.

OF TIME LOAN RATES.

And the result of the successive subsequent

Dec.

with the call

1, of $16,893,600

Nov. 24, for

on

(of which $5,523,500

Hates on Mixed Collateral.

Nov.
30 Days.
1

.....

against the same, whereas
by the deposits passes into the
U. S. Treasury and then are paid out by the latter and
become ordinary bank deposits, the customary reserve's
obliged to hold

any reserve

when the amounts represented

against such deposits are required.

The process of change

60 Days.

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mm.

10

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15

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17

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18

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19

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20

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2)4 @3

2)4 @3

3M@3)4

mm

important development of the month was the action
Clearing House Banks in passing an amendment
to the Clearing House constitution prohibiting members of
the Clearing House from any longer making brokers' loans

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$88,691,900 of such deposits with the
(!of which $28,998,300 consisted of de¬
posits in the N. Y. District). The matter was of importance
simply because banks holding such Government deposits
banks

-

2
3

there remained only

not

Call loans

Exchange remained unchanged throughout the month, day

12

are

such loans by the banks them¬

placed an added burden on them,

but, as just stated, the amount of such outside loans had
been reduced
to a mere remnant and the
process was

represented deposits in the N. Y. Federal Reserve District)

depositary

Nov. 16.

These

calls upon the banks was that

repayment

on

outside loans involved the taking

The abolition of these

amounting to $624,844,000,

Reserve District.

to remove the inducement to out¬

as

indulging in this class of loaning, the amount of
such loans, even before the action of the Clearing House

rapidly reduced through successive calls for the repayment
of

low

so

siders for

Federal

improve

Federal Reserve note liabilities
down to 59.9%.
By Dec. 2 this ratio had'

was

necessarily

deposit

gold

new

greatly

Man¬

heavily reduced while the gold outflow
On Oct. 28, this ratio (the ratio of total

deposit

been raised to

of

very

in

progress

so

in progress.

reserves

able

were

which had been
was

accessions

large

reserves

which was in

than

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behalf of their depositors where the banks

on

act only as

intermediaries in the making of the loans.

precise
account

terms,
of

categories

bear

of

designation

the

others"

as

These loans, in
"loans made for

of

distinguished from

loaning,

"loans

namely

the two other

for

own

and "loans for account of out of town banks."

At its meeting

on

Nov.

an

amendment to its constitution providing that

5, the New York Clearing House Association adopted

of this Association
a

account"

member)

(nor

shall directly

"No member

non-member clearing through

any

indirectly make

or

or

attend to

the service of any loan for the account of any person,
or

corporation other than

where such

a

loan is secured

bank, banker
in

whole

or

firm

trust company

No change occurred during the month
commercial

in the market for

dealings at all times being restricted
by the dearth of the offerings. The latter part of the month
the demand was quite brisk, but the supply of paper con¬
tinued inadequate.
Rates remained unchanged, quotations
for choice
while

paper,

names

of 4 to 6 months

maturity being S% @4%%

less well-known commanded

4%%.
On some
short maturities of high grade, some transactions at
3y2% were reported at the close of the month. The "Monthly
names

very

Review" of the N. Y. Federal Reserve Bank in its remarks
with

reference to commercial paper said the

the current

supply of paper

reports of their paper
a

total of

$210,000,000, which

in part by stocks

outstanding

and (or) acceptances." This represents
a move to get rid of a class of loans commonly known as
"bootleg loans" because they are not under the direct
control of the banks, but rather are under the control of

was

15% less than the amount

1930figure.

and

the
are

(or)

or

bonds

individuals and corporations
made.

A

further

on
objection is

In

being loans

not

made

month

earlier and 57%

below

the

October

.'y

discussing credit conditions generally, the New York
Reserve
Bank
made
the
following interesting

Federal

comments.

"The general tendency in recent weeks has been toward

whose behalf the loans
that

a

smallness of

indicated by the dealers'
outstanding which on Oct. 31 showed
was

a

In

continued, though less rapid, liquidation of bank credit.
the

three

by the banks themselves no cash reserves are kept
against the deposits representing the loans.
Because of

and investments of

the

000,000,

absence

of such

reserves

great danger at the time of

a

they become
crisis such

an
as

element of

attended the

stock market collapse in the autumn of 1929.
In 1928 and 1929, during the period of the stock market
craze, these loans "for others" assumed




prodigious propor¬

October.

duction

as

weeks

ended

November

18,

the

total

loans

reporting member banks declined $219,compared with a decline of $886,000,000 during

Approximately
was

in

the

two-thirds

investments

of

of

the

these

November

re¬

banks, and the
remainder in loans other than security loans.
As in the
previous month the decline in the deposits of these banks,

MONTHLY

few days

amounting to $359,000,000, was larger than the decline in

a

deposits,
like that in loans and investments, was at a considerably
less rapid rate than in October, when the deposits of re¬
porting banks declined more than $1,400,000,000.
"Altogether, the available reports indicate a total shrink¬
age in bank credit of around $5,500,000,000 since 1929,
and an accompanying shrinkage in bank deposits of nearly
$7,000,000,000.
In actual amount these figures representby far the largest liquidation of hank credit and hank de¬
posits which has ever occurred in this country and, in
proportion to the amount outstanding, the largest shrinkage

over

loans and investments.

The November decline in

since 1893."

for bills sprung .up

Foreign demand
considerable inquiry also developed

with great rapidity.

for bills revived and

a

As already noted,

for home account.

the weekly Federal
Reserve returns show that the holdings of acceptances by
the Federal Reserve Banks for account of foreign central

after having dropped to only $40,571,000 Oct. 14,
aggregated
$134,053,000.
Not only that, but while during September
banks,

increased week by week thereafter and Dec. 2,
and October the Federal Reserve Banks

only market for bills and they were

bills tendered to them

huge masses of
and

appeared to be the
obliged to take over
both

domestic

on

foreign account, the situation was entirely reversed in

November.

The bill holdings of the 12 Reserve

institutions
$769,066,000 October 21. There¬
after they rapidly declined and on Dec. 2 the amount was
down to $423,407,000.
Quite early in the month, that is, on
Nov. 5, open market rates for acceptances were reduced % of

were

down to a little
no bills

to sell and the market was able to start on the new rate basis

with such

supply of new or green bills as the banks created
Heretofore there has been an ebb and

a

from day to day.

flow of bills that has kept the wheels moving, but on

this
in the Federal Banks and
as the Federal buys from, but never sells to, the market, the
total volume is therefore locked up to be held until maturity,"
occasion nearly all the bills are

PRIME BANKERS ACCEPTANCES.

Call Loans
90 Days
60 Days
120 Days
150 Days
180 Days
by 30 Days
Accept'ces Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid A Ask
Secured

As in the month immediately

'

the dealers' portfolios

$15,000,000 in the aggregate, the banks had

Nov.

preceding the real activity
of the month was in the acceptance market, but the course
of this market was in sharp contrast with that during
October.
Whereas during the greater part of October the
demand for bills was almost entirely extinct, foreign buying
of bills being wholly absent, while at the same time there
was scarcely any domestic demand for bills, during November
on the other hand all this was changed and a new demand

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1%

all maturities and

on

next

day

similar reduction occurred the

a

(Friday Nov 6)

maturities

*4%

another cut of

and

occurred

% of 1%

on

Friday Nov.

on

13,

still

Nov. 13 raised its rate from 3% to

the result

again % of 1%

were

that

was

in the

Nov. 25 rates

were

marked up

30, 60, and 90 day maturities.
Council in its Monthly Bulletin,
12, pointed out that after a steady decline
of bankers acceptances outstanding in each
on

volume

the feature of the current

report was the unusually
heavy increase shown in the total of acceptances based on
in

domestic

This

warehouses.

class

of

bills,

he

pointed out, increased $51,391,348 during the month, thus
wholly accounting for the better showing in the total
volume of acceptances.
He added; "It clearly marks the
beginning of the seasonal movement of agricultural com¬
modities such as cotton, grain, tobacco, beet sugar, and
canned goods, from the production point to warehouse dis¬

tributing location.
should

be

The next

in

seen

an

evidence of

increase

in

this movement

exports.

The

gain in

in the current report is almost exactly
for this type of bills in the corresponding
month in 1930 when they increased from $174,000,000 in
warehouse credits

the gain reported

September

to

$234,000,000

warehouse credit

only moderately
In

an

in

October.

acceptances, other

in

article in

Aside

from

the

of bills varied

types

volume."

the

Council's

bulletin, in discussing the

situation which developed during October when the Federal
Reserve Banks
of

were obliged to take over such
huge amounts
bills, in the complete absence of other buyers of bills,

Mr.

Bean

Nov. 21.

Nov. 28.

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Commercial paper—
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Prime 4 to 6 months

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some

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to

show

how

THE

RESERVE

FEDERAL

AND

MEMBER

BANKS—BROKERS' LOANS.

1930, the total for the month of Oct. 1931,

showed an increase of $43,419,901, raising the amount to
$1,039,784,979, which, however, compared with $1,508,243,726
on Oct.
311930, a decrease of $468,458,747 for the 12 months.
In speaking of the increase during October Robert H.
Bean,
the Executive Secretary of the Acceptance Council, remarked

goods

Nov. 14.

Nov.

month sinec Nov.

that

Nov. 7.

Ended^

Stock Exchange—

Thirty days
Sixty days
Ninety days

The American Acceptance
on

on

Range lor week (mixed & Indus, coll.)

created in excess of the demand

on

Week
Call loans

Week's average (mixed & indus. coll.)
Time loans (mixed & indus. collateral)—

The latter part of the month however,

supplies of bills

3^% effective

RATES FOR MONEY AT NEW YORK.

This

made.

was

3%% bid and 3%% asked for 150 day and

180 day maturities.

released

on

14.

bid and 2%% asked for bills

running 30, 60, and 90 days, to 3^4% bid and 3% asked for
120 days and to

and

Bank
Nov.

on

all maturities

3%

brought rates down to

change occurred in the rediscount rates of the
Banks.
The Atlanta Federal Reserve

Reserve

bills running 150 and
On Monday Nov. 9, another reduction of % of 1%

180 days.

new

one

except that rates on this last

mentioned day were reduced

for all

Only
Federal

The record of the Federal Reserve Banks during November
was

one

of improvement after the severe trial experienced

during September and October.
outflow
have

and

the

other

causes

already been discussed ip
There

market.

was

general

inflation, which of course
/the deflation was

The cessation of the gold
responsible for the change
our

comments on the money

deflation after the previous

was a

favorable feature, even if

relatively small alongside the antecedent

inflation.

The total of Reserve credit outstanding,
as
by the bill and security holdings, after having
risen from $1,238,564,000 Sept. 16 to $2,224,398,000 Oct 21,
measured

declined to

$1,888,227,000 Dec. 2.

The contraction occurred

under all the different heads in which Reserve credit is

ployed.

em¬

But the largest diminution was in the holding of

bills

purchased in the open market. These holdings had risen
$217,770,000 Sept. 16 to $769,066,000 Oct. 21, and now
fell back to $423,407,000 Dec. 2.
In like manner the discount
holdings of the 12 Reserve institutions, reflecting direct
borrowing by the member banks, which had increased from
$262,994,000 Sept. 16 to $716,680,000 Oct. 28, moved towards
a lower basis, and Nov. 18 were down to $662,041,000, though
rising again to $717,567,000 Dec. 2.
The holdings of U. S.
government securities varied Yery little during this period,
or rather since Oct.
14, the total of such holdings being
maintained in the neighborhood of $727,000,000, but the last
week declined to $717,021,000 Dec. 2.
Simultaneously the
from

gold holdings of the Reserve banks again increased largely
the result of the imports from Japan And China, and the

thorough had been the absorption of bills at the time of the

as

crises in the acceptance market, saying; "How completely
the market was cleared of bills can be appreciated when it

heavy outflow of the metal having been checked with the

is shown that of

Reserve banks, which had declined from

an

estimated total of bills of all classes

and maturities

Federal

000

on Oct. 21, amounting to $960,000,000, the
Reserve Banks held $837,000,000, of which $769,000,-

were

for

their

own

account,

and

$68,000,000

Were

for the account of

foreign correspondents. Of the remaining
$123,000,000 outside the system, the bill dealers held about

^$35,000,000, about $20,000,000

were

of bills of interior banks

end of the

16 to

previous month.'

Total gold holdings of the 12

$3,485,739,000 Sept.
$2,738,431,000 Oct. 28, increased again to $2,941,570,000

Dec. 2.

The result was that the ratio of total

reserves

to

deposits and Federal Reserve liabilities, which had dropped
from 84.3% July 29 to 59.9% Oct. 28, recovered to 65.6%
Dec. 2.
One item that did not change for the better was the
volume of Federal Reserve notes in circulation.

This kept

not

at

present in demand, and about $15,000,000 were of
bills of an ineligible nature for one reason or another. This

steadily rising, reaching a total of $2,449,959,000 Nov. 11,
and after then decreasing to $2,433,392,000 Nov. 18, increased

left

approximately $53,000,000

again to $2,445,726,000 Nov. 25 and to $2,478,130,000 Dec. 2.
Twelve months before, on Dec. 3 1930, the amount was only

as

the

sum

total of all bills

outstanding, or in the banks' hands, an amount sufficient
for about a half day business in a normal market.
Within




$1,450,898,000.

The deposits of foreign banks with the Fed-

MONTHLY

12
eral Reserve institutions after

having declined from $231,-

14 to $131,431,000 Nov. 4, increased again to

387,000 Oct.

during

In the case of the banks in this city which are

required to make returns to the Federal Reserve Bank of
N. Y. an incident was the action of the N. Y. Clearing
amending its constitution (as detailed

House Association in

above in

our

review of the money market) so as to prohibit

further loaning

any

item

the

is

behalf of outside lenders,

on

"loans for account of others"

termed,

or,
as

as

dis¬

from loans "for own account" and loans "for
change went into effect

tinguished

account of out of town banks." The

Monday

on

which
to

16,

Nov.

and

the loans for account of others

l>een reduced to $162,000,000 fell

had

previously

18 and was $21,000,000 Dec.

$12,000,000 Nov.

2.

The

grand total of all brokers' loans fell from $831,000,000 Nov. 11

$775,000,000 Nov. 18, and while the loans for account of

to

others fell, as already
the loans for

and

$623,000,000,

to

from

increased

banks

stated, from $162,000,000 to $12,000,000,

account in that week rose from $553,000,000

own

loans for account of out-of-town
$116,000,000 to $140,000,000.
The

brokers' loans was that the
contraction in the grand total of the loans continued after
the change the same as before, and the elimination of the
outside loans appeared to have little if any effect in check¬
ing the downward course of brokers'
borrowing.
In
words

other
which

of

however,

feature,

contribute

broker's loans

of the

figures to the weekly

by the banks

statements of the
$869,000,000

declined further from

Bank

Reserve

Federal

these

total

the

$751,000,000 Nov. 25, and to $720,000,000 Dec. 2.

Oct. 28 to

monthly statement of Stock Exchange borrowings as

The

compiled by the N. Y. Stock Exchange itself also showed
further contraction, the total of such borrowings on Nov. 30
being reported at $730,151,908 against $796,268,768 on Oct.

31; $1,044,407,879 Sept. 30, and $1,354,067,350 Aug. 31.

EXCHANGE

COURSE OF STERLING

A further sharp

DURING NOVEMBER.

break in the course of sterling exchange

during November, rates dropping even lower then

occurred

in the days

immediately following Great Britain's departure

from the gold

standard on Sept. 21.

Rates sharply receded
from the very first day of the month, or rather from Nov. 2,
Nov. 1 having been Sunday.
Several factors appeared to
One

to the weakness.

have contributed

assigned for

cause

the break at that time was the action of the Bank of Eng¬
in having arranged to repay

land

$50,000,000 of the $125,-

000,000 credit extended to it by the Federal Reserve Banks
Aug. 1, and which credit expired on Oct. 31.

A similar
the $125,000,000 credit
extended by the Bank of France, the result being that the
two credits combined for a total of $250,000,000 were re¬
on

payment was made

duced to

account of

on

only $150,000,000.

tariffs, for which the previous month's election was

having given the MacDonald cabinet a clear and

as

Foreign exchange traders also

British

of

which

funds

had

previously

lent

support

to

Furthermore now that confidence in British affairs

Runciman,

introduced

Trade,

President

measure

a

special powers on the Board of Trade for a period of six
to prevent dumping while the proposed tariff is
under consideration in Parliament.
In explaining the mea¬
sure
Mr. Runciman stated that goods had been reaching
months

quantities in anticipation of. the enact¬
tariff duties. The need for a check,

Britain in abnormal

ment of a new scheme of

he stated,

obvious in order to "reduce the strain upon

was

purchasing capacity." Although the extraordinary pow¬
ers conferred expire in six months they would be renewed or
something else would take their place, he added.
"As this
is a forestalling bill for a comparatively short period to keep
the field clear for future action we have not included agri¬
our

agriculture in its nature is
It was revealed
during the course of the discussion that the anti-dumping
m.easure would
not apply to imports from the British
forestalling

because

culture,

scarcely practical to any serious extent."

dominions.
No doubt also the uncertainty regarding the date

of the

gold standard and the rate at which stabili¬
zation would be undertaken exercised a depressing influence
to the

return

Prime Minister MacDonald, in his speech
House dinner at London on Nov. 9, speak¬

sterling.

upon

at the Mansion

"We intend as

said:

practicable to take steps which will most surely

as

soon

that matter,

reference to

ing with

tend to stabilize

the pound on a

definite basis, which will
speculative movements or day-to¬
day transactions.
But stabilization must depend on factors
outside our separate control.
In the meantime the main
objective of our policy will be substantial maintenance of
it

make

independent of

the internal

The stabilizing

purchasing value of sterling.

sterling is one of the essentials of healthy world trade,

of

Majesty's Government will be at the greatest pains

and his
to

this

step
the
subject was also guardedly discussed by Neville Chamber¬
lain, Chancellor of the Exchequer in the new MacDonald
government.
Asked if the government contemplated an
early return to the gold standard, Mr. Chamberlain replied:
"There are a number of important conditions,
some of
which are not subject to our control, which must be satisfied
before the stabilization of sterling in terms of gold can be
help

will

promote

In the House of Commons on Nov. 17

contemplated.

our

rectify

object

immediate

Our

budget,

the internal

which

conditions

create

being taken."

is

balance the
and maintain

to

trade balance,

adverse

purchasing value of the pound."

On Nov. 30 cable transfers sold as low as 3.39, the range

asserted that there had been a cessation of the repatriation

sterling.

regarded

emphatic

of the Board of
in Parliament on Monday
Nov. 16, whereunder the British Board was given authority
to levy an import duty of up to 100% ad valorem on all
manufactured goods abroad.
This "abnormal imports act"
was
rushed through all Parliamentary stages and made
effective on Nov. 20.
It is an emergency measure, conferring
Walter

mandate.

$145,656,000 Nov. 25, and were $137,136,000 Dec. 2.
Broker's loans showed still further contraction
the month.

REVIEW

for that

This compared with

day having been 3.39@3.46.

$3.71% @$3.78

The London money market showed

Nov. 2.

on

success of the
leadership of J. Ramsay
MacDonald, at the October elections, large British banking
and insurance companies as well as private interests in Lon¬
don which had refrained from the purchase of foreign securi¬
ties, because of patriotic motives, now felt released, it was
claimed, from these restrictions and as a matter of sound
business policy began redistributing their funds abroad.
Besides this it was generally admitted that sterling had been
receiving official support for several weeks, to maintain the
rate around $3.90 or as near as practicable to $4.
Bankers
got the impression that official support had now been
Withdrawn from the pound and that London was deter¬
mined to
let the currency find
its normal commercial

considerable evidence of stringency, and open market rates

level.

loss in

been

had

British

The

restored

by

Nationalists

feeling

even

overwhelming

the

under

the

then appeared to be that the rate would

One reason

gradually go lower just as actually happened.
for

this copviction

official

was

that if the

the course

support,

rate was left without

of sterling

would

be downward until after the turn of the year,
as

a

order

seasonal
to

matter

make

would

payment

for

be

under

the

large

pressure

imports

of

in

grain

The present season

payments for importation of goods were sure to

moreover

be extra large because of the

country before
After

since sterling

severe

and cotton incident to the season of year.

necessarily

the

desire to get goods into the

the new import taxes should be imposed.
in the rate at the opening of the month

break

sterling showed

an

upward reaction, but this proved only

temporary; then the declme was resumed and at an accel¬
erated pace.

from the

London

Nov.

on

tion of
It

was

allowed
that

and

night.




apparent

inrush

of

for bills running

discounts

regulations

future dealings

no

The

Bank

its gold holdings
reduced.

when

imposed

Great

been

Oct.

31

that

presumably
credit
and

not

fort¬

able to re-enforce

fact these holdings were heavily

and in

sum

Nov. 4 the Bank reported a
of £15,028,617,

but this had

had been announced on
Bank had sold £14,999,076 in gold bars,

inasmuch

the

of

part

as

at the end of each

was

as

it

the arrangement for reducing the

granted the previous Aug. 1 by the Bank of France
Reserve

Federal

our

each.

in

of England

In the week ending

expected,

beyond each fortnight, so

settled

be

gold in the large

In the week

gold of £72,217

in amount

Banks

the week ending

of

$50,000,000

ending Nov. 11 the Bank showed a loss
in the week ending Nov.

;

£65,620, in the week ending Nov. 25
Dec. 2

a

a

18

£365,000

the United

was

loss of

The New York

total of £785,000 South

African gold arrived in the London market during
of which

a

loss of £86,705 and in

loss of £84,000.

a

Federal Reserve Bank states that

November,

taken for the continent, £180,000 for

States, and the balance for the trade at varying

prices.
Canadian
the

exchange remained

discount

Toronto

the

the

relaxed

transactions must

foreign goods in
anticipation of higher British tariffs.
While such goods
did not require immediate payment, the pound was depressed
in anticipation of the payments.
In order to appreciate the
part that the higher tariff duties were playing in affecting
the course of sterling it should be noted that the British
Government acted with great speed in its policy of protective
was

9

and

The London Stock Exchange committee

standard by allowing a resump¬
dealings for fortnightly account beginning Nov. 16.
stated however that no carry-over rates would be

at

indicated,

5%@6%.

Britain passed off the gold

inclined to be weak because of the
almost complete cessation of tourist expenditures by Ameri¬
cans abroad.
A further element of weakness, as already
the pound sterling was

5% @6%

quoted at

were

In the-

market discounts for short bills on Nov. 30

open

3 months

Aside from normal seasonal pressure resulting

importation of foodstuffs and other raw materials,

6%.

got very close to the Bank of England rate of

at a heavy

discount

and

kept steadily increasing, ranging on Nov.

13%@14%;

$6,100,000

gold

received

was

30
the

from

Dominion during the month according to the compilations
of

the

N.
on

Y.

Federal

Nov.

Reserve

Bank.

Dispatches

from

5 stated that the Toronto Stock Exchange

had lifted minimum

price restrictions

on a

number of addi¬

tional stocks, and that there was now free trading on both
the

Montreal

that had been

With

and

Toronto

Stock

Exchanges in securities

"pegged" under $5 a share.

reference

to

the

gold

movement

into

and

out

of

the United States the Monthly Review of the N. Y. Federal

13

MONTHLY REVIEW
Reserve

in presenting

Bank,

monthly compila¬

its usual

and analysis, had the following to say:
"The gold movement was reversed abruptly

of October and during the month

at the end

of November the monetary

gold stock of the United States was increased about $129,-

000,000,

principally

due

imports

to

of

This made

a

total of about

$175,000,000 thus far transferred

in

tion

$76,000,000

from

payment of the mark balances, notwithstanding large
losses of gold and foreign exchange by the Reichsbank.
As
the standstill agreement,

however, expires on Feb. 29 1932
anxiety as to what course to pursue at that time
began to disturb the creditors under the agreement and

Japan at San Francisco and a net decrease of $28,300,000
in gold held under earmark for foreign account. In addition,

accordingly a meeting of the New YoTk banks was held

gold was received from Canada, $4,800,000
from India, and $300,000 from England at the Port of New
York; also $1,500,000 from China and $1',100,000 from
Australia at San Francisco, Exports totaled about $4,400,000

decided to appoint a

$6,100,000 of

of which $3,000,000 went to Turkey, $700,000 to SPeru, and
$250,000 to Switzerland. The November gain of gold reduced
the net decline in this country's gold stock for the year to
date to about $174,000,000."
THE

CONTINENTAL AND

OTHER FOREIGN EXCHANGES.

Rates 911 the leading Continental centres of Europe also
moved sharply lower.
Perhaps the reasons were much the
same as

in the case of the decline in sterling,

namely that

exchange rates normally
move
lower because of payments to be made for heavy
importations of grain, cotton and many other products,
besides which there were the current year the doubts and
it

the season of the year when

was

uncertainties

regarding

the

currency

units

of

many

so

European countries arising out of the departure of Great
Britain from the gold standard, which in turn had the
effect of pulling so many other countries off the gold basis.
Moreover, many European countries had weakened their ex¬
change position with reference to the American dollar by
converting their balances here into gold and then shipping the
gold from America back home. Besides all this the collapse

at

the

Federal

Reserve

At

Bank.

this

it was

meeting

special committee, for the purpose of
guiding the policies and action of the New York banks
during -the negotiations with the German private banks
and those of other creditor countries regarding the short
term commercial credits affected by*the standstill agree¬
ment.
Albert H. Wiggin of the Chase National Bank was
appointed as Chairman of the Committee with four other
members, namely, George W; Davison, F. Abbott Boodhue,
Charles E. Mitchell and William C. Potter.
This special
committee thereupon received an invitation from the com¬
mittee of the

German private banks to

attend a meeting

to be held in Berlin with the

representatives of the various
foreign banking committees on or about Dec. 10, which
meeting it was pointed out in newspaper comment would
be concurrent in time with meetings of a special Committee
German

States
mattery
entirely separate.
The war payments in the view of the
American bankers, constitute a political debt to be handled
on

reparations.

Bankers in

United

the

made it plain however that they considered the two

by political means ultimately.
the other hand, were

The commercial debts, on

contracted, it is contended, by German

banks and industries for the purpose of carrying on German
business.

A default in the latter

German credit and paralyze

obligations would destroy

Germany's commercial future

by cutting off from German banks and business institutions

prominent currency unit as tfye pound sterling
could not but lead to sympathetic depression in other cur¬
rency units.
An illustration of this was seen in the decline
in exchange on the Scandinavian, countries, which owing

the normal foreign credit

to their intimate trade relations with Great Britain

between the two countries concerning the scope of the func¬

of

such

a

always

less in accord with the British pound.

accomodations essential to trade

with other nations.
It

announced

was

the Franco-German

tions

of the

officially at Berlin

on

Nov.

19 that

negotiations which had been in progress

special committee to be appointed under the

Even
the French franc was not exempt from the general down¬
ward tendency of exchange rates, and cable transfers on
Paris Nov. 30 were 3.9015/16@3.91% against 3.931/16@93%
on Nov. 4.
It was recognized quite early in November that
with the franc quoted so much lower further gold takings

tions, had been brought to a successful conclusion and that
the German Government had on that day sent forward

here in the United States for French account were out of the

purpose.

question and the latter part of the month with French ex¬
change still moving downward there was even talk of the

could not pay

move more or

possibility

of

though

one

no

the United Staies
looked for actual shipments of the metal

French gold

to this side.

exports to

French balances here

were

still of large pro¬

portions and if the step became necessary it was felt that
of the metal available here to France would be trans¬

some

ferred

to American control.

As the Bank of France

was

investing in American acceptances it was deemed
unlikely that some transfers of the kind would be

again
not

necessary.

In any event it was

considered certain that in any gold

movements, one way or the other, the French authorities
and

the .Federal

close accord.

Reserve

authorities

would

act

in

very

This followed inevitably from the fact

that

Young plan, to consider Germany's capacity to pay repara¬

Basle

to

by mail a

International

and

to

formal

Settlements

to

request asking the Bank for

appoint

a

committee for this

A similar letter was sent to the French Government
other interested parties.
Berlin insisted that it
both loans and war debt and desired to give

commercial loans
hand Premier

priority over

Laval

in

a

debts, but

war

on

the other

speech in defense of his foreign

policy told the Chamber of Deputies on Nov. 26 that France
German private debts to be put ahead of
reparations. "We will accept rearrangements for a limited
time," he said, "but will not consent to a revision 6f

would not permit

reparations unless reductions in an equal measure at least
consented to with respect to war debts.
We will demand
payment of the unconditional annuities, and we will not
accede to priority being given to private debts over our
reparations."
are

Federal

The

Reserve

Bank

New

of

York

on

Nov.

2

announced that in association with other Federal Reserve

in the joint statement, issued on Oct. 25 by President Hoover

Banks it had agreed to renew its

and the French Premier, Pierre

standing credit arrangement with

Laval, there

was an express

declaration in favor of the gold standard, the exact phrase¬

ology

of

convinced

this
of

declaration

the

being:

Particularly

we

importance of monetary stability

as

are

an

essential factor in the restoration of normal economic life
in the
in

world, in which the maintainance of the gold standard

France

and

Influence."

the

United

The Bank of

States will

France

as

a

serve

as

major

a

result of the

large

gold importations from the United States was able to make
further large additions to its gold
but
In

holdings during November,

the latter

part of the month the additions dwindled.
the week ending Nov. 6 the Bank of France reported
increase

of

2,932,367,147 francs; in the week ending
slight loss namely 268,960 francs; in
the week ending Nov. 20 there was again a gain in amount
an

Nov. 13 there

was a

participation in the out¬
the Reichsbank.
This
credit was originally opened on June 25 as a three-week
accomodation and has been repeatedly renewed in the
The Federal Reserve participation was

interval.

$25,000,-

000 and the Bank of England, the Bank of France and the
Bank

International

for

Settlements

also

contributed

$25,-

000,000 each, making the total credit $100,000,000.

Notwith¬
standing all the difficulties under which Germany had been
laboring the German mark, while at times weak, did not
show the downward tendency common to the rest of the

As a matter of fact, cable transfers
quoted at 23.67@23.77 as against
23.60@23.70 on Nov. 2. It was pointed out, however, that
trading was at a minimum and the relative steadiness of Ger¬
man exchange was not to be deemed strange when it was con¬
European exchanges.
on

Berlin

on

Nov. 30

were

of

sidered that Germany money rates of all kinds are virtually

Bank reported an increase of

pegged and that through Government decree severe restric¬
tions are imposed on foreign exchange trading. The fluctua¬
tions in the Italian lira during November were encompassed
within a narrow range "and cable transfers on Italy were

95,373,517 francs, while in the week ending Nov. 27 the
169,000,000 francs. Apparently
France was facing new conditions.
The international bal¬
ance
of payments seemed to be turning more and more
against France with the trade deficit mounting month by
month.
Invisible
credits,
especially those represented
by tourist travel, were greatly shrunken and heavy pur¬
chasing of wheat appeared inevitable owing to the mediocre
crops, while the seasonal importation of raw materials
was

certain to make

its influence felt.

was able further to
enlarge
holdings, the Bank of Germany on the other hand
had its stock of the metal heavily reduced.
In the first

While the

Bank of France

its gold

quarter of the month the Reichsbank reported

a

loss of

43,241,000 marks, in the second quarter a loss of 63,290,000
marks, in the third quarter a loss of 29,457,000 marks, and in
the final quarter of the month a further loss of 3,623,000
marks.
A third payment amounting to 37,500,000 or 15%
of

thg whole of the foreign mark balances held in Germany
the "standstill" (agreement was made to foreign
creditors by German banks the latter part of the month.'
under




quoted

at

5.15@5.16% Nov.

30

in central bank

rates

as

against 5.11@5.17

on

Nov. 2.'

Changes

during

November

were

not very numerous.

The Austria National Bank on Nov. 11
reduced its discount rate from 10 to 8% and the Bank of
Danzig on Nov. 24 reduced its rate from 6% to 5%.

The
Japan on Nov. 4 raised its rate from 5.84% to
6.57% while on Nov. 12 the South African rate was raised
from 5% to 6%.
On Nov 29 the rediscount rate in Ecuador
Bank

was

of

raised to the highest in history by the Central

because

of the

Bank

great demand on the gold reserves which

already were below the legal limit.

The

new

rate to member

13.5%. The gold reserve
of the Central Bank is slightly below 50% it was stated,
the legal limit, and the Central Bank must pay a fine of
3% of the deficiency.
Congress is. considering reducing
banks is now 11.5 and to the public

u

MONTHLY

the legal reserve of the

circulation.

The

Central Bank to 40% of the total

shrinkage

is partly due to a

in reserves

it

drop in sterling deposits but there is

quite generally soft, due partly to seasonal
also

part

the

on

Swedish
at

crown

with

the

action

the

Swiss

a

Riksbank

to

its

abandon

attempt to

and

Dutch

guilders

participated

in

the

and to some extent of Swiss

flow of Dutch funds,

funds also, to this

but

pound

peg

There

decided

was

expected to

York.

transfers

Cable

19.37% @19.43 Nov. 30

a

from Amsterdam to New

move

Switzerland

on

quoted

were

at

against 19.54%@19.57y2 Nov. 10.
cable transfers was 40.06% @40.10 on

The Dutch guilder on

the

indications of

were

side. The guilder neared the point where

gold might be

the

The Bank requested

to the pound.

18.5 kr.

'

francs

general decline in exchange.

pressure,

of

The money will have to remain on deposit

in Finland.

On Monday Nov. 23 the Scandinavian exchanges
average from 40 to 60 points on the decision of

sterling.
broke

sympathetic

in Finnish marks.

explained

was

great demand for foreign exchange from the public.
Exchange on the countries neutral during the war
in

REVIEW

as

Nov. 23 against 40.32@40.43 on Nov. 5 with the close Nov. 30

co-operation of bankers and others to restrict the demand
for foreign exchange whenever possible.
Swedish, Nor¬

ward

wegian and

8.41%@8.45 against 8.85%@8.91% Nov. 2.

flat at

one

dollar

Denmark

time

on

exchanges

were

all quoted

at

20c.

at

Satprday Nov. 21 which compares with
They broke still lower later in the

In fact cable transfers

18.08% @19.00

on

Nov. 30

while cable transfers

Sweden

on

on

Denmark

were

against 21.50@21.60

as

were

18.80% @18.85

Nov.

30

against

21.20@21.40

on

Nov.

longing for three months the suspension of gold redemption
introducing several restrictions were adopted by
both houses of the Rigs tag.
Urgent measures were taken

24.00

to halt the

26.00.

transfer

was

corresponding
stocks

Danish

and

The Minister

values

and

shares

from

take

to

sale

foreign

for

sources.

On

it

18

also in Stockholm the Riksbank adopted some mild restric¬

tion

on

As against 23.40@

Argentina Nov. 14

on

Nov. 30 the

range

Limits for gold pesos in Buenoes Aires were fixed at
The commission said it believed

would aid the exchange market to

terminating the pegging practice.

owing to the continued abnormal demand for foreign
The Riksbank alone undertook
to
negotiate

committee fixed the rate at which

transactions in

day.

to

day has been extended to 50,000 pesos.

banks

were

names

advised

and reasons for the request.

by

Nordiska

the

Helsingfors that the Finnish banks would
to remit

foreign

no

Chilean

of

the

made

requisite foreign

currency

available.

Where

no

to

the

fluctuations of

exchange also

The Chilean

longer be able

in settlement of accounts, unless
the clients for whom payment is to be made have, in
fact,
currency

which could

Exchange

import business.

sold

may

from

day to

be bought in

a

The Brazilian mil-

importance during the month.
no change of consequence.

Government appointed

Foreign

level by

showed

Board,

understood, had brought about

a*

be

The amount of exchange which

reis showed

Danish

Foreningsbanken

own

dealings could take place

and

foreign currency.
Other banks are required
submit lists daily stating their requirements and
giving

limited the amount

find its

Formerly the Government

currency.

their customers'

were

25.50@

was

On Nov. 10 the Government Exchange Control Com¬

1.71 and 1.65 to the dollar.

account
Nov.

again of exchange rates.

Nov. 2 cable transfers

high as 26.50@27.25;

fers.

for

measures

foreign

on

The latter part of the month
reaction and this was reflected in

a

mittee suspended the pegging of exchange and instead
began fixing maximum and minimum limits for cable trans¬

received from other countries to their

controlling the introduction and
of

as

thus authorized by the Danish importers

moneys

continued

large producer.

a

prices suffered

the lowering

and also

to

quoted at

countries

American

were

price of wheat in the markets of the world of which Argen¬
tina is such

On

wheat

of Commerce

30

decrees.
In Argentina quite some improvement
exchange rate occurred, because of the rise in the

in the

Nov. 18 the currency bills of the Danish Government pro¬

flight of Danish capital abroad.

South

Nov.

ernment

Norway
2.

the

transfers

committees which follow lines of action laid down by Gov¬

Nov 2,

18.95@ 19.04% Nov 30

against 22.04@22.25 Nov. 2 and cable transfers

on

Spanish pesetas continued their down¬
cable

for the most part under the control of the various exchange

down to

on

and

course

Exchanges

parity of 26.80.

month.

40.13%@40.27.

an

advisory committee

whose

operations,

serious situation

a

it

in

is

the

Rigorous exchange control by the Board,

client merely instructs that a certain foreign account is to be

it

paid, the bank will not be able to give effect to the order
in any other manner than by crediting the payee's account

make foreign remittances and sent prices of imported articles

RATES OF EXCHANGE

is

said, made it increasingly difficult for

soaring.

ON

importers to

The Finance Minister of Brazil, Jose Maria Whit-

CONTINENTAL CENTRES.

Paris

Swiss

Amsterdam

Antwerp

Italian

Greek

Francs

Francs

Guilders

Beloa

Lire

Drachma

Hankers'

1
2

SUN DAY

3.92%a3.93

3

4

Bankers'

Cables

Checks

Checks

3.92%a3.93

Checks

SUN DAY

V.

Bankers'
Cables

Checks

SUN DAY

19.45%8.49% 19.46al9.50

HOLI DAY

3.93

Bankers'
Cables

40.17a40.23

HOLI DAY

40.22a40.24

40.28a40.31

Checks

SUN DAY

5.10

HOLI DAY

8
9

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

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15
SUN DAY

SUN DAY

19
20

21

40.15a40.25

SUN DAY

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40.10a40.13

40.06a40.14

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SUN DAY

SUN DAY

a.17

1.28%a.29

SUN DAY

1.28%a.29

5.16%a.l7%
5.1616i6a.l7%
5.17
a.17%
5.15%a.l6%
5.15«i6a.l7

3.90»i68.90iiii6 3.9Ui683.91%

40.05a40.08

24

3.91

1.28%a.29

1.28%a.29

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5.16

1.28% a.29
1.28%a.29
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26

HOLI DAY

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40.12a40.l6

25

1.28%a.29
1.28%a.29
1.28%a.29
1.28%a.29
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23

1.28%a.29
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5.16%a.l7%

SUN DAY

5.15%a.l5%
13.90%a.91% 5.15%a.l5%
13.88al3.89
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13.87al3.89
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15

REVIEW

MONTHLY

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New York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE
Bond Sales,

OF

BOND

1931.

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—
on

16 to 38 furnish

a

November and range since January 1.

NOVEMBER

The black-faced letters in the column headed "Interest Period" indicate in each

are

at

a

but where this is the

as

case

the

Exchange during

self-explanatory.

the month when the bonds mature.

The exceptions to the rule

A few other bonds, like the Holland-American Line 6s, for

case

are

adopted by the New York Stock Exchange in 1909, all quotations for interest-paying bonds

price to which accrued interest must be added.

Interest is in default.

they

51,946,840
751,273,764

The tables
We give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the official list.

embrace every security dealt in on the Exchange.

In accordance with the rule

the New 'Sork Stock

on

1930.

..

37,355,208
526,659,541

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

extended introduction,

no

1931.
Shares

complete record of the transactions

They need

1931.

Stock Sales.

November

$185,806,100
2,499,222,150

2,718,150,300

pages

DURING

1930.

$230,894,400

The tables

PRICES

quotation "flat" will be found against the

name

are

income bonds and bonds

special

reasons, are

of the issue.

on

which

also quoted "flat/

This method of quoting bonds

became effective Jan. 2 1909.
For footnotes to tables

Sales in

November
Value.

last page of bonds and last page of stocks.

see

I|

BONDS
n.

y.

stock

exchange;.

Price

1J S GOVERNMENT

PRICES

IN. NOVEMBER.

RANGE

SINCE

JAN.

1.

Jan. 2

1931.

HO,

Bid.

Ask.

Nov.
Bid.

2.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

Sale 100

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

First Liberty Loan—

3,334,000
1,000
56,000

1.9767000

First 3 H*

1932-1947

100

1932-1947

1*01*7,

Sale

1932-1947

102*7»iSale

10110j2

Sale 100*»„

101

Sale

1932-1947

First 4tts

Registered

102

....

First Second 4X*

53,000

1*667 "Sale

2 100**,,Nov.
7
Nov. 13 100
Nov. 13

99*»«,Nov.

6 101*3i

Sale 100i»»iNov. 28 1012«8iNov.

7

992°3iOct.

100*»,,Nov. 21 101

Nov.

2

103"«iSale

101*3,,

Sale 100**,,

Sale 100*3„Nov.

102

A

O

102**„July

6 102**i»June

is

103**,,Sale

101**,,

Sale 10024,,

Sale 10023„Nov.

10122a»Nov.

6

105

Sale 10424,,

Sale 1047n Nov.

10728?iNov.

7

Registered.......

106
Sale 101

*"*"„"

Nov.. 9

106

Nov.

Sale 101«3» Nov.

1

...1946-1956 M

S

M
-

Nov. 10

1940-43 J
J

15

June
...

1941 1942 M

Treasury 3% s
3,493,000 Treasury 3H>

Oct. 20 103**,,Aug. 20
Jan.
2
100**8iSept. 30 102
luO

Oct.

100

Oct.

14 105*8. May
19 105
May

101*»i,Oct.
106

16 114 *8i May

Nov. 10 112**,, Jan.

10
10
2
27

7

100

99*°,,Nov. 30 101*«33NOV.

7

107**,,Apr. 13 108**,»Jan. 12
98
Oct. 29 107",,May 20

9924,,

Sale

99*2s»

Sale

96288j

Sale

97*7,,

Sale

9624,,Nov.

99*232N~ov."l4

93

106*11 Sale

102»uSale"

Sale

922«

Sale

92

942*8»Nov.

17 109*»»,May

Oct.

1946-1949 I

-

Panama Canal 3s

942*8iOct.

21

1032*8«May 21
103*n Jan.

101l*3iSept.
Nov.

89*7,,Oct.

99**,,Sept. 18
94**,,Oct.

"99i"«3j*Nov"."i8

94**3iOct.
94*«i»Oct.

9620M

Sale

"971**32"

Sale

8

963*„

Sale

971*32

Sale

9623s2Nov.

99*23iNov. 13

94**3iOct.

D

932<ji

Sale

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Sale

93»32 Nov.

95233JNOV. 18

90»»»iOct.

D

102*ii Sale

10

9

Registered
3H

100

S

Treasury 3H>
1943-1947 J D
J D
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Treasury 3s...
1951-1955 M S

Registered...

s

1033*3iNov.

....

Registered

Treasury

17 103**»»Jan.

J

Treasury She

2,254*666

Nov. 13

99*»8iNov.

J

2,246"666

,741*666

100

27 102**„May 20

2

1933-1938 A O

Registered
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3,947*666

i

98*»nOct.

Nov.

Sale"

Treasury 4H»
1947-1952 A Ol 112*»» Sale
Registered.....................
Treasury 4s
1944-1954
108*11 Sale

4,383*666

99*2„Nov.

Registered..

Fourth Liberty Loan—
8,715,000
Fourth 4}£s.......

2,80*9*666

90**,,

Registered
First 4s

8,000

1,4527666

101**„Sale

96**i,Nov.

D

100

14

103**i«May 20

Oct.

102**1,June

1

103*«i,May 20
101**i,July 22

1961 QM

STATE AND CITY SECURITIES
New York City—3H*
Nov. 1954 MN

3H>
registered....

1936 MN

4s

registered....

92

1955 MN

4s

...1955 MN

4% Corporate stock

1957 MN

4 54 % Corporate stock.

102

May 1957 MN

454" Corporate stock
4% Corporate stock
4% Corporate stock
4K«

99

9254 Apr.
10054 Apr.
9954 Jan.
102
May

Nov 1957 MN
1958 MN
1959 M N
1969 M

Corporate stock
4 54» Corporate stock
New York State 454s

10754 Jan.
10054 Apr.

99
99

100

8

1963 M

4 His

10654 Feb.

Jan.

10

9254 Apr.
Apr.

10 10054
13
9954
23 102
9 10754
26 109

Jan.

1(5
1013

May 23
Jan.

27

May 18
10

10 10054 Apr.
19

10054 Apr.

10

S

1965 J D
1963 M S

9954 Oct.

11054

19 100 X Mar. 28

11054
112

Jan.

20

Oct.

8 112

Jan.

8

FOREIGN GOVT. Be MUNICIPAL'S

.

28,000
17,000
60,000
107,000
70,000
60,000
107,000
89,000
32,000
77,000
47,000
172,000
332,000
177.000
365,000
270,000
247,000
295,000
301,000
228,000
306,000
72,000
1,040,000
489,000
687,000
536,000
214,000
62,000
275,000

A

Sale

Apr 15 1948 A O

Sale

3254 Sale
35
3054

1963 M N

Sale

61

Sale

Agrlc Mtge Bank s f 6s.....

Sinking fund 6s A

1947 F

Akershus (Dept) extl 5s

6954

27
26 X
55 X
18 X

s

f 7s

ser

B

..1945

Sale

2154
2454

Sale

External

Sale

18

External

s

f 7s

ser

C

1945

Sale

25

Sale

External

s

f 7s ser D

1945

Sale

Ext

f 7s

Antioqula (Dept of) Col 7s A....1945 J

sec s

sec s

2454
2354

Sale

18
18

Sale

12

1957

Sale

24

Sale

18

1957

Sale

2354 Sale

1958

Sale

44

........1957

2d series trustr ects
Extl

J

f 7s 3d series

Antwerp (City) extl loan fts

Argentine Govt public works 6s_1960 A O
Argentine Nation (Govt) a f 4s.. 1959 J D
Extl

Sale

5554
5454

1957 M S

Sale

56

Sale
Sale

Austrian Govt

51

55

Sale

1956 M N

Sale

f 7s.........
f 7s

5254 Sale
4554 Sale

5254 Nov.
Nov.
5054 Nov.
4754 Nov.
4954 Nov.
4354 Nov.
45

Sale

49

Sale

65

Sale

48

Ha Sale

93

Sale

4954 Sale
4354 Sale
8354 Sale

83

4854 Nov. 28

1943 J

D

Sale

J

Sale

52

53

45

49

82
Sale

37 X
96

41

28

Sale

28

Sale

90

Sale

90

c

Cash sale,




s

s

Option sale.

27

Sale

1957 J

s

25

54

Bavaria (Free State) extl 654«
1945 F A
Belgium 25 year external 654«~-1949 M S

International

9
9

52

46 Ha

....1957 M S

7254 Nov.
7254 Nov.

62

Sale

20
30
27
30

Nov. 25

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

6

35

Nov. 28
Nov. 30

Sale

16 X Oct.

9

52

54

5

9
9

5254 Sale

Sale

5454 Sale
5354 Sale

6

1654 Oct.

Nov.

9
9
9
9

Sale

1654 Oct.

73

7254 Nov.
7254 Nov.

Sale

7354 Mar. 11

14

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

87

27
25
17
15
28

75

5

Oct.

56

7254
7254
7254
7254

3054 Nov. 10,

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

86

External loan 5s of 1927
External *4>*s of 1928

1954 Nov. 28

Nov. 10
Nov. 14

64
Nov.
9
6354 Nov. 9
62
Nov.
9
62
Nov.
9
57
Nov. 11
9454 Nov. 4
6154 Nov. 20
40 X Nov.
9
9754 Nov. 14

Mar. 18

3

2154 Oct.

1654 Oct.
14
Sept.
13
Sept.
13
Sept.
76
Oct.
3554 Sept.
3554 Sept.
35H Sept.
3554 Sept.
3454 Sept.
3554 Sept.

30

Nov. 30
Nov. 28

Sale

Sale

Nov. 30

5154
5254
5254
5254
5254

54 54
54 Ha

J

18

52

Sale

July 15 1955 J

1954 Nov. 28

3154 Nov. 11
3154 Nov. 11
2954 Nov. 10

78

Extl if i s (Sanitary Works)... 1961 F A
Public Works ext s f g 6s..May 1961 M N
Public Works ext s f 5Hi
1962 F A

Australia 5» of 1925

18

Nov. 28
Nov. 30

Sale

5654
545* Sale

Sale

20

'

31

Sale

55

1945 M S

33

Sale

Sale

Argentine (Rep) 5s of 1909

1754 Nov. 30
2154 Nov. 27

Nov.
9
Nov. 11
Nov.
9
Nov. 12,
Nov. 10

54
54
54

Sale

91 54

21

72

38

"78"

s f 6s ser B
.1958 J D
f 6s of May 1926...... ..I960 M N
s f 6s (State Ry)
..I960 M S

s

23 X
Sale

40

Nov. 25

56

83

External

Extl

Sale

3054 Nov. 23
3154 Nov. 23

Sale

54

External 1st

31
60
Sale
2454
2554

Sale

11*

1959 A O

i g 6s of

Oct 1925
Sinking fund gold 6s ser A
s

9154
Sale

31

6
21

21

21
21
22
21

Oct.

16

Oct.

13

35

Sept. 21
Sept. 21
Sept. 21

30

83
43
28

83

68
68

Mar. 11
Mar. 12
Mar. 11

6654 Mar.

9

67

21

40

35

Mar. 11

c6954 Mar. 20

Mar.
9
65
Mar. 10
June 23
19 104
24
9854 Mar. 19
21

Sept. 22
3454 Sept. 22
35
Sept. 22
31

97
69

9854
9854
9854
9854
9854
98 H
9854
9854
92
88
76
75

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

18
18
18
18

19
18
18
18

Mar. 20

Apr.

8

Jan.

5

Jan.

5

6954 Jan.
3
Nov. 25 cl0854June 3(5
Oct. 21
9754 Mar. 9
Nov. 30
8754 Feb. 18
Sept. 29 111
May
6

N. Y. STOCK

EXCHANGE-BONDS

17

-

111—

Sales in

BONDS

November
Value.

N.

External

279.000
69.000
123,000
102,000
260,000
410,000
145,000
289,000
278,000
83,000
15,000
159,000
78,000
86,000
75,000
308,000
180,000
3,000
5,000
313,000
176,000
33,000
63,000

a

f 5a

(Germany)

Did.

External

sec

95
70 H
66

1945 A O

77

1947 M N

44

30

gold 7a

K*t

f g

a

Extl

a

72

Sinking fund gold 5a
20-year a f 6s

D

50

O

99 H 10224
88
90
66
Sale

Budapest (City) exit
Buenos Aires

External

a

External

a

a

a

8
A

80
77
Sale

24 24
33

Sale

Sale

Sale

33

Sale

13

Sale
Sale

12
10

Sale

9

—

Sale

10
9

Sale

102

Sale
282a Sale
27

2124
20

Sale

2024

26h
28
72 X
79
46 h Sale
4024 45X
40X 49X
46 X
50
2924 Sale

62

—

28

63

3224
43
43

Sale

77
85

90

47

Sale

100

28

38

40

44

40

57

(City) extl 6K«---1955

a

J

J

1960 A

O

1960 A

f g 6a aeries C-3
f 6a series C-2

O

85

1961 F

Sale

35

Sale

72

Sale

4024 Sale

60

Sale

36

104

A
J

100 54
106

Sale

1954 J

*1946 A O
1960 J
1938

1942 MN

O

1961 F

A

1961 J

Guaranteed s f gold 6s
Guaranteed sinking fund
Chilean Munlc Loan 7s
Chinese Hukuang Ry 5s

J

M S

M

S

M N

287,000 Colombia (Rep) external

a

f 6s

f g 6s Int rets

95

50

Nov. 24
Nov. 4

77

9124 Sale

77
91

97

Nov. 10

93

Sale

92

Nov. 23

96

80

8724

Sale

8724 Nov. 30

92

Nov.
7
Nov. 27

Sale

25

Sale

Sale

3424 Sale

28

55

32

Sale

31

25

Sale

2224 Nov. 30

3724 Nov.

9

15
15

28

Nov.

9

27

Nov. 10

1524 Sale

Sale

22

23

Sale

22

Sale

15

Sale

15

28

Sale

20

Sale

20

37 X

Sale
Sale

3224
19

Sale

15

-16

Sale
Sale
18

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

1524 Nov. 30
1424 Nov. 30
1624 Nov. 28

32

1824 Sale

19

15

Sale

15

19

11

15

13

Nov. 27
Nov. 2

25

11

80

Sale

8224

7824 Nov. 16

83

40

Sale

75
30

Sale

30

Nov. 30

57 24
56 H

Sale
Sale

34

Sale

Nov.

Sale

30

62

3224 Sale
3124 Sale

30

32 X

55

32

Sale

25

Sale

56

26

Sale

25

A

J

D

56
97 54

34
33

Sale

F

Sale
Sale

25

MN

Sale
93H
57 H

75

Sale

70

Sale

61

69

Nov. 30

75

Nov. 12

59

Oct.

6

30
39

25

Sale

25

Nov. 30
Nov. 17
Nov. 2

4424 Nov.
4624 Nov.

9
9

16

75

x.'ar. 10

30

Sept. 30
Sept. 21

92

Ap.

Nov.
Nov.

7

40

Oct.

7

35

8324 Nov.

9

78

Oct.
1
Nov. 20

8824 Apr.
7924 Feb.

Nov.

2

Feb.
6
Nov. 13 100
Nov. 28 8724 Feb. 25
Jan.
5
Oct.
9 99

9

6924 Mar. 11
1524 Sept. 21
Feb.
6
9524 Sept. 29 111
2
9524 Sept. 29 11024 Feb.

82

Sale

78

Sale

85

30-year

97 %

7924

Sale

79
84
58

82

89

Sale

8024 Nov. 13
6224 Nov. 28

80

Sale

72

72

Sale

1940 A O

Sale

24

Sale

23

Nov. 30

37

Sale

105

Sale

9924 Nov.

1012* 10424 Sale

9824 Nov.

8024 Sale

79

72 24

77
60

Sale

72

Sale

7224 Nov. 28
5924 Nov. 30
7124 Nov. 30

82

Nov. 10

87

61
58

6624

75

60

Nov.

4

67

Nov. 21

41

47

50

45

4624 Nov.
4224 Nov.

6
2

5824 Nov. 13
5924 Nov. 12
4524 Nov. 10

89

S

102

Sale

M

S

101

Sale

75 X

42

90
90

Sale

60

59

44

Finland (Rep of) external 6a....1945 M S
External sinking fund 7a
1950 MS

86 X
94

Sale

External sinking fund 6He.—1956 M S
Extl sinking fund 5H«
1958 F A
Finnish mun loan 6 Ha A
1954 A O
External 6 Ha Ser B
1954 A O

88
76 X
88
91
69

Sale

Frankfort (City of) a f 6H*
1953 M N
French Republic 20-yr extl
7Hs..l941 J d
D

O

49

125 X
120

Registered

a

1958

3"

A

F

f 7a seriea B

F




91

65
Sale

6524 Sale
26
3924

A

O

8024

hi

82 54
72

9424 Sale

MN

81X
8224

MN

8

1957 A

98

86
Sale

81X
84
Sale

84
8624
100

70
Sale

78

8024

3324
3724

4224
42

57

26'4

61
Sale

22H

25

"37k

40

4824 Sale

36
36

8224 Nov.
80
Nov.

75
84

Sale

81

Sale

Sale
Sale

71

Sale

Sale

Sale

50

cSjBii'

Nov. 20
Nov. 28

84

3824 Sale

<

Nov. 11

Sale

7624 Sale

iterflngl

Sale

3724 Sale

37

Sale

45

e65

65
Nov. 18
Nov. 30 10024 Nov. 11

46
101

48
Sale

10124

Sale

3124 Sale

66

6624 e7124 Nov. 23 7524
9824 Nov. 5 100
9824 Sale
75
80
6924 Nov. 4 8424
58
Nov. 27
5524
62
7224
70
Sale
70
Nov. 24 8324
34
Sale
34
Nov. 30
5124
31
38
37
Nov. 28
4724
42
Nov. 23
61
4024
50
2124 Sale
2124 Nov. 30 3124
21
Nov. 24
2124 Sale
2824
35
34
Nov. 10
4024

8024 Sale

Sale
Sale

92

86

75
99

3724

e

7024
9424
8324

Sale

108

11524 Nov.
11124 Nov.

80
Sale

A

D

40
Nov. 10
2 11924 Nov. 16
Nov. 12
2 115

27

4

0

MN

54

Nov.

D

J

40

42

F

103 24
103 X
40

34

9

Nov. 18

2724 Nov. 30
6024 Nov. 6

J

MN

4

Nov.

6

Sale

78
Sale

*No%.

58
55

7

Sale
Sale

60

Nov.

90
83

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 4
Nov. 18
Nov. 30

4524 Nov.

74

92

47

70

93
92 X
84
78
103

95

99

9

4424 Nov. 30

101X Sale
Sale

35

60

Nov.
Nov.

9

Nov. 80

30 % Nov. 30

60

94

66

55

Sept. 30
Sept. 30
2
3524 Oct.

97

6324 Nov. 30

Sale

68

7624 Nov. 20
Nov. 30

Nov.

Nov.

6

7

Nov.

4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

20
10
14
10
6

Nov.

9

Nov. 9
Nov. 9
Nov. 16

3924 Nov. 30

29

29

Nov. 30

Nov. 16

324

17

Nov. 30

324 Nov. 13

106

8

June

3

May 21
Apr. 29
Feb.

29

Oct.

Sept.
Sept.
7624 Nov.
79
Sept.
7924 Oct.
6924 Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

21

26
22
20
30
20
2

95

Mar. 18

9424 Apr.
102

2

2

100

6
June 20

98

Mar. 31

97
1
May
9 10754 July
98 24 July
9

9724 Nov.

6

85

Nov.

2

72

Nov.

52
Nov.
4724 Nov.

30
29

Sept. 22

8524 May

6

Nov. 30

95

35

Nov.

7

324 Nov. 13

4024 Nov.
95
Sept.
94
Sept.
1424 Oct.
224 Oct.

4

Feb.

10724 July
"101
May

60
88

6

6

23 cl0324July 10
25 8824 Feb. 26
97
Mar. 20
21
92
Mar. 21
14
9824 Mar. 30
16
38
Oct.
3
9124 Mar. 21
1924 Sept. 30 9424 Mar. 13
19
Sept. 30 8724 Mar. 17

24

49% 4024 Nov. 14 4824 Nov. 11
Nov.
10024 Nov. 2 103
7
10124 Sale
Nov.
7
10124 Sale
10024 Nov. 4 103
Sale

Sept. 22

Mar. 12
Feb.
9

July

Sept.
5024 Sept.
55
Sept.
29 24 Oct.
3224 Oct.

34

38

17

(94
\60

5

8224 Nov. 13
7424 Nov. 6

3924 Sale

15 8354
26 101 %
19 10824
25 107
e65
Nov. 11
9424
es70 X Oct. 14 10124

7

8624 Nov. 17

9324 Sale
7924 Sale

8824 Mar. 20
5
94
Mar. 23
17
93 24 Mar. 20
Oct. 24
87
Mar. 17
Oct. ,15
Feb. 18
Oct. 13 127
Oct. 13 12124 Feb. 14

2624 Oct.
Sept.
92
Sept.
9424 Sept.

NoV.

91

Mar. 11
Mar. 20
Mar. 20

Oct.
Oct.

35

Nov.

8224 Nov. 13

96

Mar. 11
3024 Nov. 30 84
4424 Nov. 30 10524 Mar. 6

50

6

Nov. 28
Nov.
9
Nov. 9

25
108

43

4

70
88
72

Sale

Sept. 29 10324 May 29
Sept. 30 10224 May 11
Apr.
9
Sept. 22 107
72
Mar. 18
Oct.
6

35

3224 Sale

e7124
75
9924 100

June
5
Apr. 17
Mar. 26
8424 Sept. 30 102 X Feb. 17
6
8324 Sept. 29 102 54 Feb.

40

Sale

Sale

91

2

Sale

6
21

94

9

27

7

96

Nov.

11324 Sale

Sale

17

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Oct.

Oct. 20
Nov. 30

61

Sale

99

40

40

11524

Jan.

9
4
11
14

10024 June 18
10024 Mar. 10
96
Mar. 10

42

33

83

113

Sale

102

82

Nov. 10

Jan.

10724 Feb

Sept. 29
Sept. 30
5924 Sept. 29
7124 Nov. 30
50
Sept. 21

Nov. 11
Nov.
9

75

Jan.

69

9024 Nov. 13

4

Mar. 17

68

44

Sale

93

81

4

34

62
Sale

98

Nov. 30

55

52

t^X Mar. 20

992* June 22

55

50

98

5

83

40

55

11724 Sale

Oct

23

78

Nov.
Nov.

65

6924

82 X

J

8324 Nov. 24

42

104

O

Nov. 11

47
42

m"" ~o\% e50"~ "67"" e50~ "57""

O

95

96
90

70

2924 Sale
32
3824

A

6

Nov. 23

42

3824 Sale

mx 10024

Nov.

Nov. 18

5624 Sale
4024
57

Sale
Sale

Nov. 12

84

85

55

6324 Sale

Nov. 30

93

7724 Nov. 10

8524 Nov. 25

Sale

57

Sale

Nov. 28

87

55

Sale

9624 Sale
Sale

33

70
64

67

105 X

A

f 4H> 1943

On the toaala ot 15 io the £

Sale

8924 Sale
8324
90

88%
88

46

1

e

89

Sale

6324 Sale

J

1947 M

44,000 Leipzig (City) external a f g 7a..1947
11,000 Low Austria (Prov)sec a f g 7H*-1950
258,000 Lyons (City of) 15-year 6a.......1934
247,000 Marseilles (City) 15-year 6s
1934
190,000 Medellln (Colombia) 6H«
1954

CMhjwda,

Sale

40

A

292,000 Italian Public Utility a f g 7a....1952 J
J
3,778,000 Japanese Gov text a f 6H»
1954 F A
Extl sinking fund 5H*
959,000
...1965 MN
Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bank)—
Secured s f g 7s.
65,000

Sale
Sale

Sale

1964 MN

a

Sale
Sale

34

A

144,000 Hungary (King of) a f 7H«
1944 F A
32,000 Irish Free State external 5s
1960 MN
618,000 Italy (Kingdom) external a f 7a. 1951 J D
53,000 Italian Cred Consortium 7a aer A 1937 M 8

1,000 Mexican Irrig Assenting

Sale

45

Sale

0

1937 F

.......

f sec 7s

aec a

Sale

50%
63 X

Sale

101

1954 MN

Sinking fund secured 6a
1968
Haiti (Rep. of) Cuat a f 6a
...1952
Hamburg (State) 6a
...1946
Heidelberg (City) extl a f 7H«
1950
44,000 Helsingfora (City) ext 6 He
I960
155,000 Hungarian Mun Loan 7H«
1945
External a f 7a
72,000
Sept 11941
25,000 Hungarian Land Mtge 7H« A...1961
5 f 7H» seriea B
43,000
1961

External

79
Sale

Bka

4% fund £ op 1960 ($5=£1)
1990
5% War Loan £ op 1929 (35=£1)1947 3"d
Greater Prague (City) 7Ha
.1952 M N
Greek Govt

69 X

Sale

Sale
5924 Sale

X Sale

38 %

Sale

(Cons Agric Loan) 6H«
581,000
3,000 Grax (Municipality) 8a
1,969,000 Grt Brit fit Ire., 20-year 5 He

Nov. 27

Sale

M

..1949 A

Nov. 17

2 105
5 105

Sale

101

Communal

Nov.

Sale

d

c

32

102 X

German Prov 8c

73.000

Nov. 27

Nov, 24

74

84% Sale
79
10124 Sale

1,935,000 German Republic extl 7»

53,000
66,000
41,000
89,000
159,000
253,000
38,000

71

40

7924 Nov.

81

J

MN

German Gov't International-—
3,526,000
35-year 5Ha of 1930
...1965 J

24",660

Sale

4024 Sale

6824

89

J

1949 J

89

45X Sale

8624
8624

f 7a of 1924

51

19

8024
2 T6224
84
Nov.
6
7024
49 24 Nov. 13
34

30-yr external gold 5Ha..Nov 1953 MN
El Salvador (Rep) 1st a f 8s
1948 J
J
Estonia (Republic) 7a
....1967 J
J

a

58

Sale

Deutsche Bank Am part ctfa 6a .1932 MS
Dominican Republics f 5H«
1942 M S
1st sec 5Ha of 1926
...1940 A O

External

Nov. 20

Nov.

40

10024 Sale
Sale
9624 Sale

Mar. 10
Mar. 10
Mar. 13
Mar. 13

63

87

24,000
57,000
36,000
31,000
3,000
1,000
63.000
507,000
376,000

101

78

Sale

99 X

sinking fund 5Hs

73

1

98 H

a 1 7a
1945
Dutch Eaat Ind 25-yr extl 6a
1947
40-yr external sink fd gold 6a .1962
30-yr external gold 5Ha..Mar 1953

21
21
29
21
28

Oct.

98

Dresden (City) extl

20
24

63

97

2d series

9

25

1944 M S
5a ext debt Ser A of
1914......1949 F A
Seriea C
1949 F A

93 54

5

4324 Nov. 10
4024 Nov. 9

2

26

45,000
83,000
139,000

1962

Jan.

22 10324 May 28
14 8924 Mar. 14

9

4524 Nov. 24

99 X

8624 Mar. 19
28

7024 Oct.
2824 Oct.

9

4724 Sale

100

18

Mar. 17
Mar. 14
Mar. 23
Mar. 19
Mar. 20

Nov. 10

Sale

1

18

Mar. 18

Nov.

46

104 X

Nov.

18
18

79

136,000 Cuba (Rep of) 5a of 1904

J

44

11

Feb. 25
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

41

34

Gold 4Hs

9

40

Nov.
Nov.

85

Apr. 11
Apr.

Nov. 30

43

Denmark 20-yr external gold 6s .1942 J
External g 5Ha
1955

15

Oct.

23
26
24
23
16
13
10

66

47

253,000
83,000
119,000
262,000
28,000
7,000
29,000
60.000
89,000
70,000
7,000
48,000
39,000
13,000

11

9

Nov. 10
Nov. 12

13

May
Mar.
June
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.

30

4424

4724 Sale
109 X Sale
10924

19
19
21
21
8

13

86
86
88
90
85

16

Mar. 20

30

42

D

12
Sept.
2324 Sept.
10
Sept.
724 Sept.
12 24 Oct.

2724 Nov.

6

8
22
15
18
18
4

Sale

35

Cundinamarca (Dept Colombia)
External a f 6Ha
268,000
...1959 MN
50,000 Czechoslovak (Rep of) exit 8a...1951 A O
Sink fd 8a aer B
64,000
1952 A O

Sept. -1
Oct.

3
9

95
Apr.
9624 Apr.
9324 Apr.
8324 Mar.
8524 Mar.
77
Apr.
85
Mar.

84
27 X Nov. 30
28
Nov. 30
83?<
31
Nov. 27
8924
15
Sept. 22 100
10
86
Sept. 21
12
86
Sept. 21
12
86
Sept. 21
87
10
Sept 21

10

15
24
3

Mar.

76
20 24 Sept. 22
74
97
Oct.
1
90
Oct. 16 10824
92
Oct. 15 10324
74
Sept. 30 10924
20
Sept. 22 7724
34% Nov. 30 95

12

6
6

28

66
63

2624

Sale

J

1824 Sept. 21
2924 Oct.
6

6
23

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

3924

2624
3524

4

3
2

78

14
16

Nov. 4
Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 28

43

4 H« extl loan

30

16X

4

Oct.

Nov.
2
Nov. 13
Nov.
9

27

40

1724 Nov. 28
1624 Nov. 30

Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov.
7

27

Sale

O

5
6

Nov. 10
2624 Nov. 10

Sale

O

7
6

26 X

28

A

40

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

58

Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov. 28

A

.....

4424 Nov. 10
8424 Nov. 10

Sale

15

70
76
26 X Sale
100
101
74
Sale

J

Nov. 10
Nov. 13

29

23

76

49

4324 Nov. 10

Sale

6624

43

25
Nov. 30
3424 Nov. 30
2724 Nov. 30

23

23 X
23

Nov.

Sale

21

•

48

29

7324 Sale
68 X
73

286,000

18 X Oct.

5

Sale

24X Sale

70

f 5 Ha
1953 J
Public Works 5H«-~ June 30 1945 J

9

Sale

Sale

Sale

a

6

Sale

Sale

66

Gold 4Hs Int ctfs
36,000
1953 M N
77,000 Cordoba (City) external a f 7a...1957 F A
External a f 7a
35,000
Nov 151937 MN
53.000 Cordoba (Prov) Argen 7a
J
1942 J
99,000 Costa Rica (Republic) extl 7a.^l951 MN

Sept. 19
Sept. 19

Nov. 30
Nov. 28
Nov. 28

Sale

7424 Sale

..1961

9

11

48% Nov.

59

Jan.

19

10

3024
2924
50
1924

55

38

Oct.

6

5
10

25

1524 Sale

21

24

9

9

4

55

April 30

2

11

10

Sale
Sale

Sale

6

95

Nov.
Nov.

48

105

6
3824 Jan.
21 10624 July
92
Jan.
21
25 7024 Mar.
70
Mar.
22
7624 Jan.
23
13 cllO
July
9924 Mar.
22
13
7224 Jan.
69
9
Jan.
Jan.
7 83

25

Nov. 30
Nov. 27

Oct.
Oct.

Sale Prices.

13

Sept.
20
Sept.
17
Sept.
18
Sept.
15
Sept.
7124 Nov.
32
Sept.
2824 Oct.
2824 Oct.
28H Oct.

7

Sale

2

Oct.

Nov. 10

Nov.

23

79

1961 J

40

Sale

O

6s.. 1962 M N

50,000 Colombia Mtge Bank 6 Ha
1947
96,000
Sinking fund 7a of 1926
1946
16,000
Sinking fund 7a of 1927
1947
62,000 Copenhagen external 5a........1952

1.

Sept. 2S 11624 May 13
Feb. 20
8624 Sept. 29 111
75
Oct. 16 100
May
6
9424 Jan. 13 100
July
2
22
91
Mar. 20
Sept. 21
22
Mar. 21
Sept. 21 .i84
25
92
Mar. 25
Sept. 22
55
10
Jan. 30
Sept. 22

1724 Nov. 11

40

Sale

Sale

D

Chrlstlania (City) (Oslo)30-yr 6s-1954 M S
Cologne (Germany) a f 6Ha.....1950 M S

16

2

Sale

53

A

D

2724 Sale
2524 Sale

5024 Sale
49% Sale
50 % Sale
26% Sale

J

1960 M S

Nov.

Sale

Sale

D

1951 J

9

Nov.
2
Nov. 10

35

Sale

J

....1961

Nov.

45
20

42 24

79
88
74
74
74
74
75 24
73

O

1960 A

37

Nov. 30
Nov. 3(
Nov.
2

27% Nov. 30
2524 Nov. 30
3424 Nov. .2

79
68
68 H

J

i960 A

Farm loan a f 6s
Farm loan 6a series A

Sale

6224 Sale

1950 M S

j

6

2324 Nov. 27

77 X
32

Sale

1936 F

Cauca Vail (Rep of Col)s #
g

Nov.

94 X
93

O

1952 MN

Cent Agric Bank (Ger) 7a.
Farm Loan a f 6a

Sale

41

82

J

A

50

38 X
37

63

63 24

A

J

3024

24 Sale
Sale
6624 Sale

f 6a 1961 M S

f 6 Ha

4524

Nov. 30

80
86

5

4

28

10024 Nov. 4 10224 Nov.
Sale
Nov.
2124 Nov. 30 40
Sale
20
Nov. 30
3024 Nov.
Sale
Nov.
2024 Nov. 30 30
Nov. 27
1924 20
3024 Nov.
70
Nov.
7124 Nov. 23 79
3924 3524 Nov. 28 5924 Nov.
Sale
42
Nov.
7
4924 Nov.
Sale
4024 Nov. 4 49% Nov.
60
57
Nov.
4624 Nov. 4
Sale
24
Nov. 30
29 h Nov.
60
4524 Nov. 24 67
Nov.

64

46
24

78

Nov. 3( 100
Nov.
Nov. 2S
8824 Nov.

Sale

7124 Sale

Carlsbad (City) a f 8a

s

92 X
8524
Sale
Sale

D

Bulgaria (Kingdom or a f g 7a... 1967 J
J
Stab loan 7H« int ret
1968 MN

Ext

7

D

Extl a f 6s int ctfa
291,000
1961
Extl sinking fund 6a
90,000
1962
External sinking fund 6s
191.000
1963
173,000 Chile Mtge Bank of gu a f 6 Ha ..1957
439,000
Sinking fund gold 6H» guar..1961

361.000

90

1950 J

Chile Republic ext a f g 7a
External sinking fund g 6a
External aink fund gold 6a
147,000
110,000
Ry ref extl a f g 6s

220,000
180,000
72,000
1,000
14,000
64,000

Sale

16s 1962..1955 J

Buenoa Aires (Prov) ref. ext'l
External

S

1958 F

...

JAN.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

9
9

90

924 Sale

Sale
Sale

Cent Ry 30-year g 7a
1952 J
Sink fd 7>4a (coffee
see)., flat 1952 A
Bremen ext g 7a trust recta.....1935 M
Brisbane (City) a f 5a
1957 M

Prices.

Sale

101
29 X

Sale

55

Sale

Nov. 3C
91X Nov.
9424 Nov. 3C 10024 Nov.

13 X
10

Sale

56 24

O

Prices.

81

45

10324 Sale

O

Sale

81X Sale
9424 Sale

33 X
30 X

Sale

1957 A

Ask.

Sale

87

Sale

1957 A

*H» of 1926

f 6H« of 1927

30-year gold 5s

209,000
5,000
68,000
295,000
445,000
965,000
539,000
64,000
224,000

S

Bordeaux (City of) 15-year 6a... 1934 MN
Brasil (U S of) external 8a......1941 J D

172,000 Caldaa Dept of (Colombia) 7He—1946
730,000 Canada (Dom) Gold 4a
1960
602,000

J

-...1969 M

.

SINCE

Lowest.

Sale

Sale

D

1958 J

Extl aink fund 7a

Ask. Bid

Highest.

98

Sale

30

1958 J

RANGE

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

90

Sale
Sale

O

]

98 X

Sale

1950 A

Bogota (City) ext g 8a
Bolivia (Republic of) a f 8a

Bid.

Ask.

10224 Sale
11124 Sale
107 X Sale
94 H
95 X

I960 M S

f 6H»
External alnklng fund 6a
a

Nov. 2.

1931.

.

Berlin

IN NOVEMBER.

Jan. 2

S
Foreign Government (Continued)
709.000 Belgium (Concl) External s f 6*
1955 J
J
577.000
External • f 7a
1955 J D
819.000
Stabilisation loan 7a
1956 MN
43,000 Bergen (Norway) ext a f 5a_Oct 15 1949 A O

92,666

PRICES

Price

Inter st Period.

T. STOCK EXCHANGE.

14 100 24
21 106X
21 10724
3 75
824
14

7

7
8

2

Mar. 11

May
Aug.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.

15
26
1
19
15

t

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

18
Sales in
November
Value.

exchange.

Bid.

FOREIGN GOV'T (Cenctaded)

external 5a of 1899£ 1945 q j
Assenting 5s of 1899.........*1945
q"j
Assenting 5a large
.....
Assenting 4s of 1904..........1954
Assenting 4s of 1910............
Assenting 4s of 1910 large....,
Assenting 4s of 1910 small....
Treas 4a of 1913 assent (large) 1933 i""3

Nov. 30.

Nov. 2.

1931.

,

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

17,566
10",600

....

Ask.

Milan City (Italy) ext

O

Highest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Price.

3

Nov. 25

954 Nov. 11

11H Sale

6h

854

2 54

3

3

3
354

454

854 Nov. 9
954 Nov. 11

3
3

6

5

Nov. 28

3

Nov. 11
Nov. 28

5

Nov. 10

Nov.

354 Nov. 13

""§54 "l2H

254

254

7

'"§ 54 "Nov ."21

Small.... ....... ... .........

loan 4 H*. .1952
Brazil.—
External sinking fund 4Hs.--.1958
92,000
Ext sec 6H* series A
..1959
63,000
79,000 Montevideo (City) • f g 7s....—1952
Ext s f g 6s series A........... 1959
86,000
74,000 Netherlands s f 4s flat..........1972
247,000 New South Wales ext • f g 5a...1957
External s f g 5s..............1958
321,000
191,000 Norway 20-year ext s f 6s. Aug 15 1943
20-year external a f 4s. Aug 15 1944
98,000
30-year external a f 4s.... Oct 1952
121,000
40-year ext s f 5H*
June 15 1965
84,000
External s f 5s......... Mar 15 1963
119,000
Municipal Bank extl s f 5s
1967
T, 060 Municipal Bank ext s f 5s.....1970
153,000 Nuremberg (City) external 6s... 1952
277,000 Oriental Development 6s......-.1953
Extl deb 5H® int ctfs......... 1958
270,000
1955
62,000 Oslo (City) 30 year a f 6a._._
Sinking fund gold 5H>1946
207,000
37,000 Panama (Rep) external 5H>—..1953

243,000

Lowest,

|

Mexico (U S)

32,000
5,000
12,000
2,000

Sale

18

Sale
Sale
Sale

70

29

6554 Nov. 28

6854 Sale

Sale

76H Sale

Mlnas Geraea (State)

45,000
34,000
69,000
277,000
165,000
73,000
516,000
212,000
45,000
39,000
299,000
496,000
112,000
52,000
61,000
19,000
219,000
96,000
34,000
51,000
118,000
318,000
172,000
131,000
2,000
22,000
75,000

46
40

7154
10554

External

a

f 8a...............1950

Porto Alegre (City of) 8a
Prussia (Free
S f gold 6a

Rio Grande do Sul

Ext

s

f g 6s

sec

7s

ser

Sale

1654 25
1554 Sale

Sale
Sale

.

.

..

.1952

External a f 5Ha guar......—1961
134,000
Tolima (Dept of) external 7s.....1947
18,000
Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g 5 Ha—1957
32,000
Upper Austria (Prov) extl a f 7s..1945
External a f 6He
June 15 1957
211,000 Uruguay (Rep) external a f 8a...1946
f 6a.

...1960

Extl a f 6a..
...May
Venetian Prov Mtg Bank 7s
Vienna (City) external 6s

1

1964

—1957
1961

Warsaw (City) external 7s....—.1958
Yokohama (City) extl a f 6a...,—1961

Sale

Sale

22*
7

Sale
Sale

Sale

88*
50

Sale

53

Sale
Sale

46
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

13 54
Sale
Sale
Sale

18
24

■

Sale

Sale

1754 18
7254 Sale
Sale

75

60

Sale

c,9?*
Sale

8654

60
20
20

75
31
Sale

75.
25
Sale

45

Sale
37

45
Sale

28

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

m*
24

Sale
Sale
Sale

iM

Sale
Sale
91
Sale

Sale

Sale

II4

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

40

Sale
Sale

51

Sale

Sale

28*
32

Sale

6454

Sale

Sale

Sale

5054 Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

10454 Sale
106
71

Sale

10054 101

Sale
Sale

"79""

89 H

Sale

50
Sale
99
98 54
99
89 H
99
Sale
75
Sale
75
Sale

45

Sale
30
Sale
65

7554

60
Sale

60
63
Sale

—

Sale
39

Sale

9254
95
8454 Sale
5654 Sale
9554 Sale

Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov. 4
Nov. 30

70
4954

34
79

8554

9454

1r

9
9
20
4

16
10
14
16
10
12
10

10
5

6854 Nov. 16
63
22

18*
40
39

§8*
70
53

Nov. 11
Nov.
5
Nov. 12
Nov.
Nov.

5
9
Nov. 14
Nov. 13
Nov. 6

3754 Nov. 4
1654 Nov. 13
2154 Nov. 10
Nov.
Nov.
1954 Nov.
7454 Nov.
98
Nov.
Nov.
63
Nov.
<66
Nov.
30
23
Nov.
50
Nov.
39
Nov.
21
34

11*
65

60
41

57
50

xs

7
11
9
10
13
13
16
9

10
9

10

74
36

8

12

Oct.
Sept.
1654 Oct.
1854 Oct.
97
Sept.
28
Sept.
2754 Sept.
7954 Nov.

86
55
7

954 Sept. 21
554 Sept. 22
7
35

Oct.

Sept.
3054 Sept.
32
Sept.
12
Sept.
10
Sept.
*25
Nov.
25
Sept.
51
Sept.
36 54 Oct.
4054 Nov.
18

Nov.

10
12

Oct.

10

Oct.

25
21
32
25

4

Nov. 16
Nov. 5
Nov. 12

7354 Nov. 10

Sept.
Sept.
30
Sept.
29
Sept.
2554 Sept.

Nov. 28
Nov. 21

75

Nov.

9

55
55
90

Nov.

9

Nov.

9

Mar. 12

.

_

8754 Mar. 11
83
99

30
2
6

16

65
64

68

58
88
90

93 *
86
98
„

22

93

22

Mar. 12
Mar. 18
Mar. 11
Mar.
6
Mar. 21
Mar. 23

Mar, 10
10

8454 Feb.
6954 Mar.
24
Nov. 30 80
Apr.
9654 Oct. 15 C10854 Apr.
48
Oct. 28 9554 Mar.
22

9
13
13
31

68c Sept. 28 107
9854 Sept. 29 107

June 19
Jan.
2

30

Jan.

5

July
8454 July
9754 July

8
11
7

Sept. 21

6254 Oct.
35

Oct.

65

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

23
65

Oct.

3054 Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.

25
25
82 54
53

19
15

19

76
95

1
76
Mar. 10
17 10054 May 20
8 C104
May 15
16
Feb.
,82* Feb. 10
22 104
4
22
8854 Apr.
6
21
8854 Apr,
7
15 10054 May
8
21
89
Feb.
6
23
70
Mar.
9
19 10154 July
6

82

82

Nov. 13

83

Nov. 12

88

Nov. 10

90

Nov.

9

82
86
85

4654 Nov.
9254 Nov.

9
9

4054 Nov. 24
8754 Oct. 26

Nov. 10

Oct. 14
Nov. 13
Nov. 30

41

Sale

Mar. 18

22 c9354 Apr.
7
29 108
Mar. 18

73

Sale

Sale

Jan.
9
Mar. 23

8754 Mar. 20

8454 Mar. 14
7654 Jan. 28

Nov. 9
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 20

54

14

Feb. 18
Mar. 11
93
Mar, 24
64 54 Mar. 12
93
Mar. 28

65
45

Sale

10

Jan.

83
89

Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 10

85

Sale
Sale

Apr.

8754 Feb.
3
98H Apr. 22
8854 Mar. 20
5554 Mar. 21

9154 Mar. 19
Aug. 21

Nov.

103

71

83

30

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept

6

90
80

Jan.
9
June 29
Mar. 14
Feb. 20
Mar. 11

21
26
7

Oct.

60

36

22
21

Sept.
Sept.
2854 Oct.
1254 Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

9

73

Oct.
Oct.

10
47
30

23
29

4054 Jan.
40

8754 Sept58
15
12

Jan.
Jan.

67
61

6

6054 Sept.
45

June 27

9354 Mar. 20

23
22
21

Sept. 21
12
Sept. 26
1354 Sept. 30

8954 Aug.
5354 Nov. 30
3454 Nov. 30

1
65
Jan. 26
Jan. 26
26 65
7 92
Apr.
4
6
6 8454 Apr.
28 clO054May 14
23 6954 Jan.
5
23 6854 Jan.
5
30 cl08 54May 29

Nov. 20
Oct.
6
Oct. 16

10

Nov.

1254 Mar. 14
1154 Jan. 31
10
Apr. 23
1154 Mar. 12
1054 Jan.
5
954 Jan. 13
13 H Jan.
3
13 54 Jan. 19
91
Mar. 17

80
Nov. 30 10754 June
5
8054 Sept. 30 103
Apr. 20
73
Nov. 25 10354 May 22
71
Nov. 30 102
June 11
75
Oct.
3 10254 June 20
75
Sept. 25 103
Mar. 18
Mar. 17
2054 Oct. 16
6654 Nov. 12
July 11
6554 Nov, 10
July 18
6654 Oct.
1
May 22
97
Sept. 28
Apr.
6

Nov. 4
Nov. 10
Nov, 10

7254 Nov.
50

Oct.

154 Oct.
9
154 Oct.
2
7
254 Oct.
154 Oct.
2
254 Oct.
9
154 Oct.
9
57
Sept. 30

12

1.

Sale Prices.

7

2

JAN.

Highest

154 Oct.

Nov. 11

Nov.

Sale

51
Sale

27
28

Nov.
Nov.
76 54 Nov.
7354 Nov.
85
Nov.
100
Nov.
Nov.
88* Nov.
69
18
Nov.
25
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
60
Nov.

93
Nov. 2
Nov. 25
Nov.' 2 cl0454Nov. 17
50
Nov. 11
2

Sale

Sale

7554

Nov. 10
Nov. 6

Nov.
Nov. 11
Nov.
2 10554 Nov.
Nov.
58
Nov. 14
Nov. 30
55H Nov.
Nov. 19
Nov.
4
Nov. 6
Nov. 30
9
Nov. 4 103 H Nov.
Nov. 10
59
Nov.
2

"

Sale
Sale

10554
5654

24
30
30

Nov. 27
Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Sale

49

7854

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

5

Nov. 20

16

1954 2354
Sale
62

104
92

.

Sale
Sale

92

Solssons (City) ext 15-yr g 6sNov 14 '36

s

Sale

58
Sale
Sale

2

Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 28
Nov. 4
Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov* 30
Nov. 30
Nov.
2
Nov. 28
Nov. 30
Nov. 2
Nov. 25
Nov. 30
Nov. 25
Nov.
2
Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov. 27
Nov. 6
Nov. 17
Nov. 14

Sale

37

Sale

35,000 Tokyo City loan of 1912 5a.

Nov.

66
Sale
Sale

Sale

67M
8*

Sale
Sale
Sale

.1962

B_.

89

14
Sale
Sale

13

IS*
67

Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7s..l958
Sileslan Landowners Assn 6a....1947

Ext

Nov. 2
Nov. 20

Sale

Styrla (Prov) extl sec a f 7a......1946
Sweden (Kingdom of)
Extl gSHa
1954
590,000
1946
265,000 Switzerland (Govt) ext 5H«
..1955
97,000 Sydney (City) a f g 5H»
Taiwan Elec Pow 554 s
1971
179,000

283,000
121,000
8,000
142,000
145,000
260,000

Nov.

90
Sale

1966

Serbs. Croats & Slovenes extl 8s. 1962
Ext

Sale
Sale

10054

15
19

-

Nov. 23
Nov. 27

Sale

35

1967

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

RlodeJaneiro

7T

Nov. 11
Nov. 12

8954 Nov. 9
8254 Nov. 9
7954 Nov. 13

Nov. 12
Nov. 10

Sale

-

Sale

75

(State) ext 8s.1946
........—....1968

Ext a f 7a of 1926
Extl s f 7s munic loan...

73
71

Sale

10
21

9154

Rhine-Main-Danube deb 7s ser A1950

lit

8654
Sale

Nov.

8054 Nov.

9954

Sale
Sale
Sale

1952
Queensland (Stateof) ext a f 7s..1941
25-year extl a f 6s
..Feb 15 1947

80

86
60

55
Sale

State) ext a f 6H---1951

Sale

80

6554

1961
7H*--1966

External guar sink fund

7954 Nov.

7354 Sale
7254 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

..........1961

S F 6s int ctfs w i

55
55

4754 Nov.

Sale

Nov.
9
Nov. 10
Nov.
4

82*
90

Nov.

46

3054 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

National loan ext a f 6a.......1960

10254

10154 Nov.

Sale

8054

§i*

50
45

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

354 Nov. 21
7054 Nov. 2

2854 Nov. 10
3054 Nov. 10

Nov.

1654 Nov.

80

83
100

75

Sale
Sale
Sale
100
Sale

Poland (Rep of) g 6a...
.....1940
Stabllis loan 7a of '27. Oct 15 1947

33
29

&
80

82

1005
66%

f g 7s... ......1959

17

34
Sale

46

Sale
90

Sale

Peru (Rep) Sec s

30

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
100 H

Pernambuco (State) ext sec 7s..1947

18*

Sale
23

10254 10154 Sale

Sale

(City) 25-yraf 8a .1946
External sec a f g 6Hs
1953
Rome (City) external s f 6Ha....l952
Rotterdam (City) ext a f 6a .....1964
Roumania (Monopolies) 7a......1959
Saarbruecken (City) a 16a...... 1953
Sao Paulo (City) s f 8s.....Mar 1952
Ext lsec a f g 6H«
.May 15 1957
23,000 San Paulo (State) ext a f 8s.....1936
External • f 8s...............1950
90,000
Ext 7s water loan..... .......1956
10,000
Extl s f 6s int rets........
1968
63,000
Sec a f g 7s int rets w i
1940
164,000
SanteFe Prov (ArgRep) extl 7s ..1942
62,000
Saxon Pub Works (Germany) 7s.1945
191,000
Gen ref guar serial gold 6 Ha—1951
190,000
.1945
37,000 Saxon State Mtge Inst 7s
SFg6Ha
_Decl946
45,000
Seine Dept (France) 20-yr7s
1942
367,000
175,000
170,000
107,000
38,000
134,000
38,000

48
45
74
70
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

May 15 1963

Extl s.f 5s ser A

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price
Jan. 2

BONDS
n. y. stock

Oct.
2654 Sept.
70
Oct.

RAILROAD

1943

10054
9354

10,000 Albany ASusq 1st guar 3H>- ...1946

8754

Ala Gt Sou latconaSaaer A
First

cons

1943

4s series B

Allegh 8c West 1st g gu 4a...—...1998
as
1942
lODOO Alleg Valley gen gu 4s
July 1995
15,000 Ann Arbor 1st g 4s....
661,000 Atch Top 8c S F gen g 4s .......1995
Registered...
1995
5,000
Adjustment g 4s.........July 1995
16,000
Stamped.
July 1995
50,000
Registered.————.....
.....

...

Conv g 4s of 1909.

16,000

.....

Conv g 4s of 1905—

—.1955
...1955
1960

Conv g 4s of 1910...
Conv deb gold 4Ha.————1948
...

86

9554

88*

89
99

9854 Sale

88

Rocky Mt div 1st 4a A........1965
Trana-Cont Short Line 1st 4s gl958

16:666

Cal-Arlz 1st 8c ref 4Ha aer A ...1962

10254

AtlKnox ScNo 1st g5a..—......1946

"7:660

85
100

110:656

Atlantic City 1st con guar g 4s
1951
Atl Coast L 1st cons 4a.....July 1952

General unified 4H*..
..1964
6,000
L ANcollatgold 4s......Oct.. 1952
55,000
17,000 Atlantic 8c Danville lat g 4a .....1948
Second 4a
...............1948
3,000
Atlantic 8c Yadkin lat gu g 4a..1949
Austin 8c NW lat g 5a
1941

165,000 Bait A Ohio 1st g 4a

.July 1948
Registered..—...—

565:606
151,000

Convert 4H*.———————.1933
Refund A gen 5a ser A.—1995

47

'65""

87

3554 40
8954 Sale

If*
8054
8054

Sale

76
101

Sale

82*
89

7654

Sale

Sale

90

8154
82

Nov. 10
Nov. 13

90

94

85
86

9854 Sale

93
9654 85
70
8554
9154 "99"
9554 9754 *85"

94
94

103

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50

,

a3954

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75
86
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7154 Sale
31
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15
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—

9

79

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Nov. 28 103

Nov.

7

82*
98

82*
90

Oct.

93

Nov. 27

96

Nov.

5

9454 Nov. 17

8454 Sale

84

80

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

30
27
28

89
80

30

35

16

30

27

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80
67
27

25

30

27

6754

9654 Sale

64

2454
—

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6

Nov. 11
Nov. 16

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86
87
9254 Sale
8354 Sale

8254 Sale
—

79

81
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6754 Sale

8254 Nov. 30
76 J
67 j

Nov. 30

Nov. 30

9154 Nov. 12
9354 Nov.
84
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61,000
92,000
63,000
81,000
1,665,000

"elOOO

1st gold 5a

....July 1948

106 54

10854

Ref and gen 6a, series C—...—1995
PLE AWVa Sys ref g4s———1941

10754 Sale
9554 Sale

SouthwDiv latSHo at

103
84
102
93

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5% ....1950
1959

Refunding 5a series D

2000
Conv g 4Ha temp.............1960
Bangor A Aroostook RR lat g 5s *43
Con ref mtge gold 4s..........1951
c Cash sale,
s Option sale.




Oct.
93
Oct.
10354 Jan.
Oct.
90
82* Oct.
86
May
84
Nov.
80
Nov.
Nov.
67
Oct.
27
Nov.
27

Sale

9754 Sale
9454 Sale
8154 Sale
90

Sale

Sale

6554 Sale

Sale

83

Sale

6854 Saw
93

"87"

60

Sale
100
75

95

"8254

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86

5354

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Sale

93

9454 Nov.
87
79

Nov.
Nov.

6554

86

8054 Nov.
64 54 Nov.
68

Nov.

5154 Nov.
Nov. 27

Feb. 24
June 19
June 23

19

16
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May 15

14

Jan.

30

May

31
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30
27
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7
Jan. 27

Sept.

14

5

4

Jan.

20
Mar. 18
Feb. 24

20

16

Aug.11
Apr.
2
May 12

1

9

June 22
June 24

Nov.

87

87 H Nov.
Nov.
93

79

Oct.

8054 Nov. 30

Jan.

7054 Nov.

64
68

Feb. 24

67

10154 Nov.
96

72

Nov.
Nov.

70

Nov. 14

84

9454

19

30
30

5154 Nov, 27
103

69

Sept.14
Sept. 1

Feb. 25
Nov. 30 10454 Mar.
3
Oct.
2
Mar. 2
Mar. 6
Nov. 30
Nov. 24
Mar. 11

100

8054
6454
6854

26

8254 Nov. 30
92
Aug. 12
7654 Nov. 30
80

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10154 Jan.

100

...—

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Nov. 17
Nov. 27

7454 Nov.

60

100

.....

Aug. 25
July
7
May 26
May 23
Sept. 16

Apr. 21
Nov. 28

98

29

May 23

May 16
9454 Apr. 10

Nov. 19

Sale

28

Nov.

93

66

5

Oct.

85

4

99

93

Jan.

11
10
16
24
23

Jan.

Nov. 13

8054 Nov.

,

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July
May
Apr.
July

June 13

8454 Nov. 13
8654 Nov. 18

91
85

82*

7854 Nov. 30

82

"96"'

85
90
91

"79""
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85

79

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100

102

4054 Nov. 24
8854 Nov. 30

86

9854

8554 9454
9654 Sale
88* 10054
89

89
45

90

99

Atl 8c Char Air Line lat 4H« A—1944
1st 30-year 5s ser B
.—.—.1944

85
87
93

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9354

113
94
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.

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95
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7954
96

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79
70
86

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5

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Jan. 27

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9034 Nov. 7
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83

Oct.

8534 Nov. 30
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9134 Nov.

9

Nov. 30

87

Nov.

4

Nov. 30 8534 Nov.
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6934 Oct.

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7534 Oct.

71

Nov. 28

84

Nov. 11

65

Oct.

40

Nov. 16

42

Nov. 12

40

Nov. 16

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70
47

75
49

Nov.

30

33

Nov. 30
Nov. 19
Nov. 24

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84

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99

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106

9734
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99
100

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1950

J

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101

7

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9334
87

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2

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8534
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84
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9634

8 cl02

80

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7

86

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80

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4534 Nov. 28

54

Nov. 17

45

4934 Nov. 24

38

7

10434 May
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4534

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7934

page

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5

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87

8234

8734

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98
9634 Sale

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93

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4

8334 Nov. 13

Nov.

Nov. 14

89

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 14

99

90

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M N

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7534
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M N

103

93

9534
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50
9934

97

48

98

48

6334 Sale
110

J

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May 1989 J

Chic Mllw St P 8c Pac mtge 5s._ ..1975 F
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93

8734
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98

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94
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91

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3234

45

20

40

48

40

45

40

Nov.

9

31

Nov. 20

48

Nov.

7

36

Oct.

9

9034 Aug. 26 96
9934 Sept 28 10134 Apr. 11
60
Oct. 16 8734 Feb. 25

Nov. 18

9234

Nov.

Nov. 10

5334 Nov.

Nov. 28

4934
5334
10034

50

91
40

Sec. gold 434» series A..
Convertible gold 434s

17
Mar. 20

6034 Nov. 25
55

Nov. 21

55

Nov. 21

55

Nov. 25

69
72

Nov. 16

65

Nov. 11

6534 Nov. 21

77

Nov. 11

64

Nov.

101

Jan.

26

41

Nov.

9

26

Nov.

76

Jan.

1534 Nov.

9

35

Jan.

7
9

81

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3

6234

70

65

62

67

6534 Nov. 21

J

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65

68

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A

5

15

55

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47

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15-year secured 634s..Mar 1 1936
90,000
1st 8c ref g 5s
May 2037 J D
4,000
Stpd 1st ft ref 434s
May
2037 I D
123,000
1st ft ref 4 34# ser C
May 2037 J D
167,000
Conv 43*9 series A
1949 MN
1,205,000
J
1988 J
48,000 Chic R I & Pacific gen g 4s
J
Registered
..1988 J
1,000
Refunding gold 4s._.._....... 1934 A O
1,059,000

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Mar.

7
5
21

5734

76
Sale
9434

1933 M N
M N

......

Jan.

Jan

9934
6034 Sale

7334
9334
9334

Stpd non-payt Fed inc tax..1987 MN
Stpd gen 43*^ non-pay inc tax. 1987 MN
Gen 5s stpd non pay Inc tax.. 1987 MN
Sinking fund deb 5s...
Registered

Jan.

92

55

6534 Nov.

Nov. 24
Nov. 25

934 Nov. 30

9
Oct.
Nov. 25

834 Oct.
60

Oct.

7534 Jan.

20

9634 Mar. 13
Mar.

5

77 34

Sale

6134

64

61

6634

61

Nov. 20

6434 Nov. 11

86

Sale

67

Sale

60

72

67

Nov.

2

74

Nov. 14

67

Nov.

67

Sale

9234

67

Nov.

2

67

Nov.

2

67
85

Nov.
Oct.

88

8634 Nov.

7

8634 Nov.

7

85
98
99

Oct.

7934 Mar. 28
91
Mar.
9
91
Feb
10
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1
110*4 Mar 18

Sept.

10234 Apr. 29

Nov. 10

92

June
Nov.

50

Nov.

10134 May
0
109 34 Mar. 24
Feb. 11
103

7734 Mar.

Q F

dL.__.1987

....

6 100

Mar. 16

9934
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i

Registered

6
8

3634 Nov. 28

7

65

6134

22

Sept. 22j 50
Nov. 5 108
6
6934
Oct.
Nov. 28 110
Jan. 21110234
Apr. 13 9334
Sept. 24; 9034

1634 Nov.
9234 Nov.

II*
36
Sale

Jan.

19

27
25
28

J
J

May 1989

Gen gold 4 34s series E-.Mar 1 1989
Gen 43* series F
.......1989, J

100
89

Jan.

16

88

Sale

9934 Sale
7534
8934
1734
19

J

27

91

Jan.

Nov. 13
Nov. 11

Sale

89

16
9

13

Nov.

90

D

8034 Oct.
91

94
Sale

May 1989 J

13

10034 July
9034 Nov.
May
8634 Oct. 28 100
89
Nov. 30 10434 May
27 11034 June
9834 Oct.
70
July 29 10134 May

Sale

1969 J

23
17

73
Jan.
70
Jan.
7934 Jan.

9334 July

Oct.
Oct

7934 Jan.

45

100

9534 June 11
May 25
7
9434 Jan.
5
5 10434 May

25.

4534 Sale
30
4834
7934

88

J
1947 J
1st 8c general 5s series A. ......1966 M N
1st 9c gen 6s series B
J
May 1966 J
J
Chic Indiana 8c Sou 50-yr 4a....1956 J

16

7

80

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9934

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30

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103

M S

30

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93

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95

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8034

108

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Mar. 10

A

1947 J

...

10
21

Mar. 17

10034 Oct.

83

June

Aug. 18
10334 Jan. 19
108
July 27
10434 July 23
10334 May 23
10234 May 25
10334 May 12

94

Sale

1934 A O

g 6s

1 111

5 108

90

A

8

102
85

Mar.

10034 103

81

J

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1958 M
1st 8c ref 434s series B_........1977 F
1st 8c ref 5s series A
1971 F

Gen g 334s series B
Gen 434s series C

8034 Nov. 28

10034 105

....1949 J

Chic Mil 8t St P gen g 4s..

9334

9

Nov. 30

90

J

cons

83
86

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A

95

Sale

7 11434 Jan.

5
9834 May
99
May
0
97
May
8
Feb. 28
95
9534 Apr. 27 9834 Aug.22
8034 Nov. 28 10534 Mar. 2

80

10034 103

93

28,000 Chic 8c No West gen 334s........1987 MN

338,000

10034 Sale

91

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569"666

8734 Nov.

95

10034

S

87

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107

J

Chic L S 8t East 1st 4 34s

"6", 000

Nov. 30

'T

66
80

10234 Sale

1949 J

Illinois Division 4s.

Refunding gold 5s
Refunding 4s series C

9,000

100

Apr. 17

80

8

1989 J

g 4s

con

con

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Nov. 12
Nov.
7

M

5,000

521666

Nov. 28 105
Nov.
7 100

10434 Sale

»

Jan. 22
9534 Jan. 20
88
May 13
Mar. 24
102

100

Sept. 23 1013 Apr. 22
May 1
6734 Nov.-28 89
8834 Sept311 9934 Feb. 25
Jan. 26
100
Oct. 22 115

8

163,000 Chic 8c E 111 Ry (new co) gen 5s..1951
1982
14,000 Chic 8c Erie 1st gold 5s!
1959
579.000 Chic Gt Western 1st 50-yr 4s
Chic Indianap & Loulsv ref g 6s.1947

59,000

8934
90

7634 Nov. 17

10034 Oct.
Jan,
101
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9234

25

95

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109

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8334 Feb.

10334 June 29
4
10234 Apr.

Oct.

104

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1,315,000
2,420,000

65

8334

75" "Jan. 22

95
98

May 10
July 20
May
8

May 15
10934 Jan. 30
92
Apr. 21

Nov.
Oct.
Nov.

1992 M

Chic 8t Alt Ry 1st lien g 334s

17,000
69,000

1

4534 Nov. 10

7

104

Oct.

70
47
33
74

8
11

10534 Mar. 20
Jan.
3
100

May

90

June

102

10034 Nov.
9334 Sept.
78

Nov. 24
Nov. 19

June

107

Oct.

80
91

10
23
13
15
9
13
15

89

Nov. 12

95

Nov. 24

7334

94

Sale

Oct.

85

91

98

Sale
Sale

96

9234

Sept.
Sept.
9734 Oct.

Nov. 28
Nov.
4

10034 Nov. 24 10134 Nov. 2
100
Nov. 20 10234 Nov. 12

May 21
Feb.
7
June 12

1033

93

86

7
9
14

121

75

6

Nov.
9
9934 Nov. 28 105
8934 Nov. 2 9534 Nov. 12
7
64
Nov. 28 7334 Nov.

Jan.

May
May
May
108x4 May
10734 May
104
May
10134 Aug.
11334 June

8434 Oct.
8334 Oct.
7734 Sept.

85

1939 M N
1939 M N

8,000 Chic Burl 8t Q 111 Dlv 334s

"2",000

1023
108
102
102
102
108

2

10734

gold 4s
Warm Springs Valley
Chesapeake Corp conv to 5s MaylS '47
1949
66,000 Chic 8c Alt RR ref g 3s
Certif deposit stpd Oct 1929 Int..
14,000

126,000

Nov.

Nov.

87

95
1

J

1995
Craig Valley 1st g 5s
May 1940 J
Potts Creek Br 1st 4s.........1946 J
R 8c A Dlv 1st

6,000
11,000

90

105

.........

57,000
51,000
86,000
1,000 Chic 8c E 111 1st

Oct.

1960

Registered

22", 000

49

1936

General gold 4His
Registered
Ref 8t Imp 434s ser A...
Ref 8c Imp 434s ser B w I

3,000

Nov. 11

10234

J

Pac 1st ref gu g 4s........1949

2d

Oct.

Aug.
9334 July

.1987

49.000 Ches 8c Ohio 1st cons g 5s

44,606

86

45

70

98

Charles 8c Savannah 1st g 7s

130,000
4,000

Nov. 30

91

91

A

Sale

18

85

87

Nov.

75

Sale

21

Feb.

98 34 May
10334 Mar.

9734 Nov.

88

Sale

Nov. 14
Nov. 30

9634 July

Oct.

85

Sale

10134 102
10134
10234 10534 100
6034
85

12
21
20

Nov.
Jan.

62

2

Sale

84

69

80

Nov.

75

76

103

July

103 34 Feb
103 34 Feb.

Nov.

Nov. 16
Nov. 23

92

Sale

D

o

6434 Sale

Sale

D
J
8

62

7934 Oct.

95

Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov. 9

90
80

87

9934

90

Sale

82

60
90

8134 Sale
7934 Sale
96

Sale

J
M S
J
J
J

Sale

75

10034 Sale
10234 Sale

Registered

Guar 5s

27

81

Registered

159.000

"Mar .20

98

Feb.

88

Sale

Sale'

J

82

75

90

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov.
7
Nov. 30

93

Sale

Through St L 1st gu g 4s.....1954

63,000

88

8534 Oct.'

—

9634
9934
8034
7834 Sale
7834 Sale
8534 Sale
8534 Sale

Cen RR 8c Bkg of Ga col tr g 5s..1937 M N
J
Central of N J gen g 5s...
1987 J

178.000 Cent

—

Sale

....1961 J

General 4s

.

50
9634
9734 Sale
84
81*4
87
8234
8234

105

_

27

Aug. 22

8534 Feb. 20

§034

Sale

J

Feb

71
7 101

9734 Jan.

"86""

103"

A

Middle Ga 8t Atl Dir pur m 5s..1947
Mobile Dir 1st g 5a
1946

1,000

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

95

7434 Sale

A

1951IJ
1946IJ

N E 1st guar 4s

Ask.

71

87

"III "85"

.1949J J J

Chat Dir pur money g 4s
Mac 8c Nor Dl» 1st g 5s

Bid

70

64
80
87

8534

O

M N

1938 J
37,000 Caro Clinch 8c Ohio 1st 5s
1st 8c con g 6s series A.Dec 15 1952 J
78,000
Carthage 8c Adlr 1st gu g 4s
1981'J
Cent Br Un Pac 1st g 4s
1948 J
1,000 Cent of Ga Ry 1st g 5s....-No*. 1945 F
Consol gold 5a
1945 M
8,000
Ref ft gen 534® aeries B
1959 A
4,000
Ref 8c gen 5s series C
1959 A
52,000

45", 000

S

M S

1960 J
1932 M

414s

Carb 8c Shaw 1st g 4s
CaroCent 1st cons g 4s

45,000 Cent

1.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

98

98

Oct 1969

Guaranteed g 5s
1970
73,000
Guar gold 43*s
June 15 1955
42,000
Guar g 434s
1956
186,000
1940
577,000 Canadian No deb s 1 7a
25-year deb a f guar 614s
1946
136,000
10-year gold 434«—-Feb. 15 1935
61.000
367,000 Canadian Pac 4% deb stock.....
Collateral trust gold iyis
1946
118,000
58 equip tr temp ctfs........
1944
30,000
Collateral trust g 5s...
1954
63,000

128,000

J
D

1st t 4^i aeries JJ
...
1961 A
Boston 3c N Y Air Line 1st gu 4s.1955 F
Brunsw ft Western 1st gu g 4s... 1938 J

4,000 Buff Roch & Pitts gen 5s.
1937
Consol 434«
—1957
55,000
11,000 Burl Ced Rap ft Nor 8c Col t* 1st 5s 34
4,000 Canada Sou con gu 8c col tr 5s..1962
49,000 Canadian Nat guar 434«.Sept 18 1954
4>*s
1957
171,000
Gold 434s
1968
125,000
Guaranteed gold 5s
July 1969
173,000

Ask

Bid.

Lowest

Nov. 30.

I

1955 M N

1st mortgage 5s series 2

2.

70

97 H

O

1967 M

Boston & Maine 1st 5s A C

Nov.

50 34

J

kStari2tita3i....l989
Beech Creek 1st gu 4*..
1936
Second guar gold 5i..........1936
Beech Creek Exten lit g 3Hi.. .1951
Belvldere Del cons gtd g 3His
1943
Big Sandy Ry 1st guar 4s
.1944

259,000

SINCE JAN.

Jan. 2

T. STOCK EXCHANGE.

Battle Creek

78,000
29,000
103,000

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price

BONDS

November

19

EXCHANGE-BONDS

10334 Sale
10434 107
100

IV

Sale

8434
87

61

9334
94

94

"9934
107

10034
10834
10534
Sale

95
60
54

Sale

II*

Sale

75

'9834 Sale'

7034
81

92

Nov.

50

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6234 Nov.
5734 Nov.

9

50

5

45

Nov.
Nov.

96

Nov.

2834 Nov.

4934 Nov.
Nov.

9

2834 Nov.

9

73

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

97

92

6234

50

Sale
50

50

c47

Sale

45

32
69

Sale

58
Sale
Sale

79

75
Sale

"58"

9334

It*
Sale

100

58

5

Jan.

9

9534 Jan.

8

93

Jan.

26

96

Jan.
Jan.

7
14

71

Nov.
Nov.

??*

Nov.

4

56

Nov.

83

Nov.

9

71
56

9834 Mar.

7

9634 Apr.
56
Nov.

9534 Jan

24

9234 Jan.

23

73

O

...1952 M S
I960 MN

91

Sale

65

Sale

5934 Sale

56

87

Sale

53

Sale

39

Sale

38

101

8734

65

81

80

56

9534

91

99*4 Jan.

21
6

Nov. 27

72

Nov.

Nov. 30

58

Nov. 10

38

6534

Nov! 19

6534 Nov.

10434 May 10

98

Sept.
May
Sept.

100

Oct.

102

Feb.

Feb. 18
88 H Mar. 11
73
Feb
11
8
10534 June

Nov.

Chic S L 8c N O—

2,000

June 15 1951

D

June 15 1951

D

June 15 1951

D

1951

D

Gold 5s

Registered...
Gold 3 34s
Mem Div 4s

19,000 Chic St L 8c Pitts

cons

g 5s

...1932 A O
A

Registered

80

69,000
85,000
38,000
6,000
4,000
7,000

1st 58 series B
....1963 J
Guaranteed gold 5s..........1944 J
1st 6 34s series C
1963 J
...

80

10034

70 34
Sale

J

1053*
Sale

J

Sale

Sale
Sale

105

1552 M N

F

Q

c

Gash sale,

l




con

s

J

gu g 4a....1942 MN

Option sale.

9934 Nov. 10

9734 Nov.

4
23
9

Nov.

30

Nov.

30

F

Cln Leb ft N 1st

85

4334 Nov.
3734
Nov.
27
47
50
3634 35
Sale
93
Nov.
93
9334 Sale
Sale
102
10134 Nov.
102
Sale
Sale
98
Nov.
100
...98
111
11134 Nov.
11234 11134 Sale
Sale
70
Nov.
74
74
Sale
93
Sale
90
Nov.
92
87
Nov.
80
~80" 100
96
Nov.
"96" Sale
9834 9234 Nov.
9134 "9834 9134

97
Sale

D

Cln Ham ft Day 2d g 434s........1937 J
Cln Ind St L ft C 1st 4s...Aug 2 1936 Q

Registered

6534 Nov. 19

84

99

9734 10034

O

J
Chic 8c West Ind Consol 50-yr 4s. 1952 J
1st ft ref 5 34s series A
.....1962 M S

Choc Okl ft Gulf consol 5s

84

91

21I660 Chic T H 8c S'east 1st 8t ref 5a___1960 J D
Income guar 5s
Dec 1 1960 M 8
8,000
68,000 Chic Un Station 1st gu 434s A..1963 J J
45,000
55,000

50
.....

9934

9034

74

28

40

7

Nov. 13

70
97
101

8*

Nov.

Oct.

5

92

Oct.

Nov. 20
5:10034 Nov. 17

100

Oct.

98

Oct.

25

112

70
90

Nov".

90
96

Nov. 14

87

Nov.

Nov. 30

9234

Nov. 20

9534 Oct.
9234 Nov.
Apr.
93
May

7634 Nov. 17
9334 Nov. 19
„

30
20

Oct.

Nov. 10

Nov.

88

June

11

May
8
May 12
Aug. 13

101

10634 May 20
10634 Aug. 17
11634 Jan. 22
Q9 W
Aug.
3
105 H Apr.
1
105
Aug. 19
'00

Apr.

8

9934 June 13
9834 Apr. 22
90

Mar

0

20

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in
Value.

Price

BONDS

November

ft. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

•"Nft.

Gin Union Term lit 4 4*
1st mtge 5s ser B w i

2020 J
2020 J

J

Clearfield Ac Maboo let tftd a fti.JWS J

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Jan. 2
1931.

Bid.

61.000
176.000

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Ask.

Nov. 2.
Bid.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

964

1993 J

D

'964

79

1000

General 5n series B

1993 J

D

114

5,000

Ref Ac imp 6s series C
1941 J
Ref At Imp 5s series D
.....1963 J
Ref Ac Inapt 4 Hs series B....... 1977 J

994

J

Sale

J

Sale

89

J

Sale

Sale

liooo

1939 J

J

974

J

95

93

Nov. 20

97
98

2" 000

CIot Col G At Ind ften con 6s
J
1934 I
CleT Lor At Wheel con 1st ft 5s...1933 A O
Cler AtMahon Valley ft 5s
J
...1938 J
CleT At Marietta 1st ftu 44*——.-1939 M N
Cley At Pitts ften ftu 4^1 ser B..1942 A O
Series B ftu 3H*
Series A ftu 4Hi..

1942 A O
J
1942 J

....

~Sl*
98

«

101
....

98
100

Colo At Southern Ref At ezt 44*— 1935 M N
General mtge 44a series A... 1980 M N
Col At Hock Valley 1st ext ft 4s
1948 A O
Col At Tol 1st ext 4s

"

3",000

80

Nov. 20

77

Nov. 17

97

Nov. 17
Nov. 6

102

89

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

90

71

6 103
2
904
28
824
2
954
28
71

Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov. 11
Nov. 28

80

864

75*"

.

101

99

102

99

92

.....

98

Nov. 10

98

Nov. 10

98

102
...

1084

Sale

1044 106
1034 Sale
91
101
96

97

Sale
Sale

80

924

85

97

95

104

Sale

98

Sale

95

I664

1004

89*
87

Sale

95
89

91

934 Sale
Sale

62

....

11^
62

Sale"

91

Nov. 24 105
Nov.
Nov. 27 1034 Nov.
Nov. 30
93
Nov.
Nov. 11
92
Nov.
Nov. 30
95
Nov.

Sale

60

Nov. 27

92

2

10
10
11

10

714 Nov. 12

64

64

"3",600

56

44

694

56

91,000
36,000
19,000
13,000
329,000
1,000
53,000

Cuba Northern Rya 1st 54*
1942
Cuba RR Ist50-yr ft 5s__........ 1952

04

43

28

Sale

25

34 Sale

42

Sale

354 Sale

B
0

48

58
Sale

44

171",006

Den Ac Rio Gr 1st cons ft 4s..

4,000
317,000
82,000

Deny Ac R Gr West ften 5s Aug 1955
Ref Ac Imp mtge 5s ser B....... 1978

N Y

1943 M N

Consol gold 434*

1995 J

Detroit Rlrer Tunnel 1st ftu 4

Dul Missabe Ac Nor ften 5s

D

4*-1961 M N
J
.1941 J

Dul Ac Iron Range 1st 5a.___

1937 K O

Dul So Shore Ac Atlantic ft 5s

1937 J

J

East Ry M No DIt 1st ft 4s

1948 A

O

1st ft 5s 1956 MN

1941 M N

El Paso At S W 1st Ac ref 5s

53" 000

cons

Elgin Jol Ac East 1st ft 5s

1965 A

Erie 1st

con

Ac prior lien 4s...

O

1996 J

50

1024 1034
1034
604
934

103

85

Sale

439*666
680,000
7,000
8,000

724

84
Sale

Penn coll trust ft 4s..

1951 F

98

100

60 yr cony ft 4s Ser A......
Do
do
Ser B

1953 A

704
704

1953 A

cony

4s Series D

1953 A

....

Erie Ac Jersey 1st s f 6s....

Genesee RIt RR 1st

1955

f 6s

s

34*

J
D

Galv Hous Ac Hend 1st 5s..
Ga At Ala 1st cons 5s
Oct.

1933 A

1945 J

101
103

714 Sale
82

,

......

1946

35

30

38

30

89

564 Nov. 27

Nov.
9
33
Nov. 13
52
354 Nov.
45
Nov.
9
494 Nov.
6
474 Nov.
454 Nov.
76
Nov. 27
864 Nov. 7
994 Nov. 20 994 Nov. 20
Nov.
4
944 Nov. 25 100

Nov.

99

89

Nov.

6

'984 "99"

100

984 Nov. 27 1004 Nov. 10

434

43

99

994
884

87

Nov. 24

994 Nov. 13

60

634

58

57

51

Sale

55

40
42

46
Sale

*534 Sale"

42

Sale

40

Sale
97

75

95

994

984

764 Nov.

9

60

84
84
96

103
100

14

Sale

40

50

60

30

Sale

Sale

1947 J

1094 Sale

1014 Sale

04 Sale

83

35

Apr. 28

Oct.

1
9

Nov.

May
Nov.
Aug.
Feb.
July

19
23
12
2
27

108

15

1044
1044
1044
604
974

Jan.

23

Sept.
Sept.
654 Nov.

1074 June 25

874
794
574
1014
784
784
754

Nov.
9
Nov. 30 60
Nov. 30 594 Nov.
9
Nov. 11 100
Nov. 12
Nov. 10
99
Nov. 13

48

w

Nov.

574 Nov.
984 Jan.
Nov.
Nov.

674 Aug.

Nov. 11
Nov. 30

84 Nov. 25

39
39

96
95

10

Nov.

9

Nov. 11

65

604 Nov. 17
104 Nov.
9
124 Nov. 16

51

65

100

Nov. 10 100

904 Nov.

Nov. 10

7 1004 Nov. 13

124 Nov.
45

5

Nov. 20

'If4
45

Nov.

6

Nov. 20

Nov.
6
954 Nov. 28 102
924 Nov. 30 984 Nov. 17

Nov. 28

96
84

70

Nov. 27
Nov. 25

80

Nov. 18
Nov. 16
Nov. 13

65

Nov. 30

82

Nov. 10

81

Sale

75

100

754
79
•.

—

80
Sale

664
65

70

—

2

70

"*5

16

Sale

95
30

62
88

90
93

54 Nov. 20

54 Nov. 20

95

86

J

J
1999
J
.........1999
Housatonic RR con ft 5s........1937 MN
Houst At Tex C 1st ft 5s lnt ftu
J
1937 J
Hous Belt At Ter 1st 5s.........1937 J
J

ft 44*

1933 M N

1933 M N

—

-

1014

1004 102
93

93

98

101;

75

100

100 J
100
100

90*"

100
100
Sale

_

Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.

7

it*
1124
1144
984
954

7
96
100

Nov. 11
Nov. 30

93

27

31

Sept. 16
Aug. 26

96

Oct.

Oct.

80

June

Mar. 21
Jan.

Nov.

Aug.
Jan.

/

6

July
Jan

23
9

23
27

Jan.

.

Jan.

21
7

Aug. 24
May
5
July 31
July 23

Mar. 16
Jan. 14
Jan.
8

284 Jan.

17 1074

1

Mar. 14

6

Aug. 26

Apr.

4

7 1054 May

7

Jan.
954 July 13 100
124 Nov.
5 574 Feb.

26

904 Nov.

28 95
17 73
18 105
29 1014
30 1134
844 Sept. 30 1084

Oct.
Jan.
Aug.
994 Jan.
944 Sept.

30
73
100

18

Feb.
3
Jan. 17
Mar. 21

May 13
Aug. 19

July 3

90

984

Sale

86

74

Sale

594 Sale

58

84

92

854

78

914

J

.....

J

86

O

75

954

85

Collateral trust gold 4*.......1952 A

O

89

90

....1955 MN

90
79
85

91

...1953 MN
1955 MN
J

.

Nov.

4

91

Nov. 20

§3"

Nov. 30

93

Nov. 30

Nov. 17 100

Nov. 17
Nov. 19

—-

Sale
Sale

92
794

66

Sale

1024 104
1084 109

83

604

754
62

54

Sale

56

Sale

75
Sale

794
874 Sale

52

1966 F

A

96

Sale

47

1950 J

D

85

93

70

Sale

60

Oct.
Sept.

100

Jan.

8

994 Jan.
Apr.

7

674 Apr.
54 Nov.
954 Apr.

86
57

85
77

II*

93

IP

Nov. 28 100
Nov.
2
91

09

Sept.
Nov.
Nov.

Sept.

Nov.

9

78

Nov.

9

54

Oct.

864 Nov. 27

85

Nov. 10

77

77

Nov. 25

Nov. 28

67

Nov. 10
Nov. 25

Nov. 25

864 Jan. 10
854 May 19
s45
54

Nov. 30
Nov. 23

62

Nov.

9

62

Nov.

5

Nov.

Nov.

59
.

824 Nov. 24
354 Nov. 30

Nov. 16

704 Nov.

7

89

Nov.

5

544 Nov.

7

17
15

2

Jan.

21

Jan.

12

May 12
854 June 19
864 Jan. 19
96

87

Feb.

20

Nov. 30
Nov. 23

96

Jan.

16

93

Mar. 10

Jan.

7

Mar.

484 Oct.

3

881
90}

s45
54
80

52

5

1064 Jan. 21
1004 Apr. 28
1014 May 15
102
Aug. 13
103
May 19
102
July 27
102
July 14
Mar. 18
1023
July
7
791

Jan.

98

9

1044 Mar. 18

Nov.

100

Jan.

24

Apr.

834 Oct.
1004 Apr.

100

70

79.
354 Sale

5

65
63

100

100
98

744

70

May

98

83
45

Jan.

Nov.
Oct.

864

Extended 1st ft 34s..........1951 A O
1st gold 3s sterling
........1951 M S

J

86

111
cl08

45

Nov.

754 100
984

A

May

524 Nov. 16

88

100

Apr. 22

102

Nov.

59

100

Feb.

110

Nov.
Nov.
Oct.

Nov.

51

Nov. 19
Nov. 27

Sale

91

OQ

112

89
78
70

95

9

51
45

95

O




87

39
39
98
96

79
70

92

7

I

98

44

9

49

Option sale.

864 Oct.
1044 June

42

9

40

s

Apr. 28

7

Nov.

O

Cash Sole,

9

304 Sept. 24
8
Apr.
7

9

Nov.

1st mtge gold 5s series C
1950 A
Gulf Ac Ship Island ref 5s...Feb 1952 J

e

854 Jan.

Nov.

92

85

97

1936 J

Oct.

Apr. 28
June
5

20

554 Nov.

Nov.

504

.......

6
25

56

Nov. 28 104

65

Refunding 5s
15-year secured 64s......
40-year 44*
Cairo Bridge gold 4s......

Feb.

May 19
Feb.

Nov. 30

89
78

904

Feb

J

101

Nov. 25

95

834

79

Feb

...1952

99

Nov.
Oct.

21

42

Sale

-3—

50

34s

574 Nov.
60

974 Oct.
Sale

89

1940 MN

1st refunding 4s..

1064 May 25
100
Apr. 30

44

J

1961 J

Goll tr ft 4* L N O At T

106

Oct.

25

O

Purchased lines 1st

June 30

Oct.

Nov.

9

61

...

A

Nov.

&

9

Nov. 19

85

924

1981 J

Oct.

Nov.

51

Sale

...

45
76

704 Mar. 4
804 Mar. 12
72
July 24
994 May 25

574 Nov.

65

98

81

10

47

Oct.

61

60

50

124

Feb.

Oct.
Nov.

5 100

Sale

84 Sale
104 Sale

844
20

Sale

744 Mar. 27
844 Sept. 4
72 4 Aug. 26
75
July
1

29

9

51

Sale

98

4

45

Nov.

96

104

100

Oct.
Jan.

564 Nov. 27
25

Nov.

40

634
Sale
11

A

Registered

54

Nov. 28

804

Sale

.......1951 J

June 20

934 May
954 July

964
58
504

10,000 Illinois Central 1st ft 4*.
1st gold 34s
32,000

7

May 12

96

48

804
aim

Sale

1957 A

6

May 25
Jan.

804 July

654 Nov. 25

68

Sale
100

1054 Sale

Adjust Income 5s........Feb

Mar.

96

573
993

994
524 Sale
524 Sale

70

1952 J
Gen mtge 5s Ser C...........1973 J
Gen 44s Series D......
1976 J
Gen 44s series E
.....1977 J

con

96

102.
97*

98

71

111

.1950

1114 Apr. 25
*
May 14
ay
109.
104 J
May 22

Nov.
Nov.

98

95

Sale
71

72

70

1940

Green Bay At West deb ctfs A
Debenture ctfs B

20

2 105

364 May 21
964 Feb. 25

—

1024

284

Feb.

5

97
Nov. 24
1044 Nov. 23 1044 Nov. 23

1936 M S

Greenbrier Ry 1st ftu ft 4s
Gulf Mob At Nor 1st 54*

Mar/29

924 Jan.

Jan.

8

V*

1044

954

644

87

45

342,000

2,000
34,000
288,000

564 Nov. 27
25

904 Sale

99

1044

20

564 Oct.

354

230.000 Hudson At Manhat 1st At ref 5s A. 1957 F

*j"666

Nov. 13

20

50

...

...1936 J

20 1024 Aug. 11

35

o

20

*974 161""
D

66

Sale 574 Nov. 30 744 Nov.
9
60
Nov. 24 744 Nov. 7
734
Sale
244 Nov. 27 364 Nov. 9
Sale
Nov. 12
35
Nov. 28 52

58
26

70
94
97

3,000 Houst E At W Tex 1st «s
1st ftu ft 5s redeem
1,000

49,000
119,000

84

8

1074

77
Sale

18

974 July

90

60

334 Sale
434 Sale

99

85
73

Nov. 28

90

112

1929

1st At refund 44s Ser A
Gen mtge 54s Ser B

18,000 Hock Val 1st
Registered

*1*666

26
89

J

O

Extended at e% to 1934.......

462,000 Gt Nor—Gen 7s Series A
Registered

49,000

80
75
21

O

560,000 Grand Trunk of Can a f 7s
337,000
15-yer deb ft s f 6s guar
Grays Point Term 1st ftu ft 5s

*1*2*666

90

80

1941 J

Georgia Midland 1st 3s

12*666

1004

54

1940

Gout At Osweftatchle 1st 5s—... 1942
Gr R Ac I ex 1st ftu ft 44s....... 1941

64,000
26,000
56,000
125,000

99 &

80

Ft Worth Ac Denver City 54* ...1961 J
Prosa Elk At Mo V 1st 6s
1933 A

Ga Caro Ac Nor 1st 5s

53*666

994 104

Sale

B 1940

Port St U D Co 1st ft 4Hs

5,000

744
764
Sale

109 "
106

1957

sex

Series C 34s....

2,000

76

Sale

Ref Ac lmpt gold 5s ser 1927 ...1967 M N
Ref Ac imp 5s of 1930...
1975 A O

5,000 Fla Cent Ac Pen consol gold 5s ..1943 J J
22,000 Fla East Coast 1st 44*
1959 J D
1st At ref 5s ser A
1974 M S
265,000
16,000 Fonda John At Gl ften ref 44a....1952 MN

76,000

454

Sale

J

Erie Ac Plttsb ften ftu ft

"7*666

48

107

1044 Sale
1024 1044
1014
764

Registered

54

74

Gen

1,000
12,000
141,000
80,000

.

99

66

I

1st consol ften lien 4s

Sale

35

..1996 J

Registered

202",600

46
84

25

100

64

744

194

Gold 4s

East Tenn Va Ac Ga

Sale

43
36

7

23 1054 July 24
Nov. 10 1024 July 31
Jan. 15 cl05
Sept. 2
Oct.

884 Oct.
92
Apr.
91
Nov.
494 Oct.

70

Sale

J

1947 MS
1995 J D

Detroit At Mack 1st lien ft 4s

11,000

Sale

98

64 Sale

4s....1935 J

Des Plalnes Val 1st guar 44*

10,000
3,000
9,000

6
5
6

1936

Des Moines At Ft D 1st ftu ft
Certificates of deposit

54 Sale
1
1044
44 1054

74

1936

Apr.

70

74

ex

17

10

934 Jan.

Non-cony debenture 4s....... 1956

1935 A O
10-year conyertible 5s
1937 M N
15-year 54*
Del R1t RR At Bdfte 1st ftu ft 4s.. 1936 F A

95
95

92

73
71

64

Del Ac Hud 1st 4s tax

Feb.

Jan.

May
7
1004 Sept. 18 1044 Feb. 18
101

73
71
70

1\K
65

Mar. 27

Apr.

80

67

D

24

7
Nov. 28 1014 Jan. 21
Nov.
2
994 May 15
Nov. 28
94
May
7
Oct. 19
8
934 May
Jan. 19
954 Feb. 10

924 Jan.

56

1936

Nov. 21
97
Nov. 17 110
Sept.11 105
Oct. 17 105

May

95

56

....

Apr.

24

Last sale

68

1936

102
98
101

Nov. 20

Apr.

994 Oct,

73

1st At refund 7^1 serlesA..
1st lien Ac ref 6s series B

71
75

6

Nov. 20 106
98
Nov. 30

90

3
3

AAtO 1955

86
69
84

874

44

Non-cony deb 4s

97

8§i*

96

944 102
904
97

1955

Conn At Passum RIts 1st ft 4s
1943
Consolidated Ry non-cony deb 4s 1954
Non-conr debenture 4s...JAcJ 1955

Nov. 21

84

66~~

89

77

69

684

62

100
1948 MNJ
864
1950 P A
864
General 44* series A.........1977 F A 1024 104
CIot Short Line 1st ftu 4H*..
1961 A O 1024 Sale
CleT Union Term'is 1st af54* A. 1972 A O
1st s f ft 5s series B guar..
1973 A O
1st s f guar 4H* ser C
1977 A O
Coal R1t Ry 1st ftu 4s
1945 J D

75
60

90

96

1034 105

Series C ftu 34a
Series D 3Hi

70,000
114,000
85,000
2.000
150,000
234,000

Sale Prices.

97

1024 Nov.

Sale

754

1940 M S
1940 J
J

Sale

77

99

60

St Louis DIt 1st coll trust ft 4s.1990 M N

Spring At Col DIt 1st ft 4s
W W Val DIt 1st ft 4s

88

78
84

1991 J

Cairo DIt 1st gold 4s
Gin W Ac MDh 1st ft 4s

Sale Prices.

974 Nov. 14
98

Sale

8000

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices
93
Nov. 20

974 Nov. 30

1024

1,

Highest.

Sale

944

JAN.

SINCE

Lowest.

J

964

"5*000

86,000

Highest.

974 Sale

1034 Sale

J

C C C Ac St L gen ft 4s

loiooo

RANGE

Lowest.

70

Nov.

7 106
824 Nov. 24 110

354 Nov. 30 100
79
Sept. 25 93

Mar.

6

6

Jan.

28

Jan.

Jan.

16
21

Jan.

15

N. Y. STOCK
Sales in
November
Value.

Ask.

Bid.

Bid.

65

75
82

1951
Louisr DlT Ac Ter a 3%i
1953
Omaha DlT 1st ft 3s..........1951
St Lou Dl? Ac Term ft 3a ......1951
Gold 3Hs
1951
Sprinftf DlT 1st ft 3%«_.
..1951
Western Lines 1st ft 4a........ 1951
Registered....

Nov. 2.

1931.

NO,

Illinois Central (Ctmcladed)
Litchfield Dl? 1st a 3«

1,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price
Jan. 2

BONDS
T. STOCK BXOHANGX.

84

41

73%

78

73 %

80 H
86

83 H

42

Nov. 30.
Bid.

Ask

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Lowest.

I.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

75

89%

70
70

Sept. 16
Sept. 14

65

Oct.

8

78

Jan.

21

69%
79%

80

90%

Highest.

■

71

45

75
70
74

SINCE JAN.

RANGE

Lowest.

Ask.

65
30

42%

.....

.....

85

21

EXCHANGE-BONDS

72% Sept. 17
79
Aug. 21
82% Sept. 21

78

Feb.

19

85

80

93

78%
75

80

Nov.

7

80

Nov,

7

Nov.

7

90% July 24

...............

78% Mar. 26
85% Mar
6

84% Feb. 19
Feb. 18
Mar. 17

91% Aug. 10

IU Cent At Chic St L Ac N O—

151,000
106,000

Joint 1st Ac ref 5s

—~

J

J

J

J

103%

J

J

Internet At Gt Nor 1st 6s.......1952 J

J

105,000
Ad) mtfte 6s series A.-July 1 1952
1st mtfte ftold 5s series B......1956
22,000
1st ftold 5s series C
65,000
1956
26,000 Int Rys of Cent Amer 1st 5s ....1972
1st col trust 6s.. .............1941
37,000
First lien At ref 6 Ha
6.000
1947
4,000 Iowa Cent 1st ftold 5s..........1938

J

J

J

J

MN

MN
F

D

1st At ref 4s..................1951 M*8
James Franklin At Clearf 1st 4s..l959 J D

Plain

1961 J

46.000 Lake R At W 1st ftold 5a
——

91% Sept.
35

98

93% Nov.

58

64H

64

16

18

.....

37X

50

46

50

50%

50%

13%

28
5

65
Sale
70% 75

4

.

19

91**

39 y
Sale
2X
5

_

17 H
Sale

93

.....

70
71
70
86
70

J
J

.....

J

Gold 4s

1997 J D

50

Nov. 27
Nov. 27
Nov. 23
Nov. 25
Nov. 9
Nov. 4

Nov,
Nov

9

7
56% Nov, 11
54
Nov, 14
63
Nov, 13
9
55
Nov

35

Nov. 30

42 X Nov, 18
5% Nov, 20

IX Nov. 13

38% Nov. 10
5

1938 J D

1932 J D
Unified ftold 4s...............1949 M 8
Deb ftold 5s..................1934 J D
.......

Nov. 27

60% Nov. 30

60
Sale
85 H Sale
60
84%

Sale
Sale

85% Nov. 30

58

Nov. 28

82% Nov. 10

76

Nov. 13

Nov. 13
75X Nov. 9
90% Nov. 16
82% Nov. 10
65 X

90

90

55

92

81

103H

60
75
68

85
94
Sale
72

74
75

84
94

Sale
85

95
85

88
101

104%

91%

95

9-7-¥

85
86

95
92
Sale

62

92

74

81

Sale
86 H
Sale
92

69

_

70
.....

...—

104

.....

78%
98
86%

Nov.

Nov. 27

73% Nov. 19

82%

60

60% Sale

6

72

Nov.

4

77X Nov. 13
72
Nov. 4

94
90
60
64
70
80

Nov. 27

99% Nov, 10

Nov.

9

91

Nov.

2

67% Nov. 13
64
Nov. 16
74
Nov. 2
83% Nov. 5

Nov. 16
Nov. 28
Nov. 20

Nov. 20

97

88 H

88

Nov. 16

89

Nov. 12

93%

Q

J

99% 100%

J

J

60

M

8

61

98

94

99M
41

96

88I!"!

100

99%

92%

75

.....

Sale

98

92%

Sale
98

100%

99 %

S2h
101 h

Sale
83

48

Sale

79%

93

103%
96H

86 %

98
Nov. 30
93 X Nov. 11
85
Nov. 4

Nov. 4
93% Nov. 11
88
Nov. 9
99% Nov. 20 100% Nov. 16
41
Nov. 2
50% Nov. 12

85

98%
91

95

Nov.

5

Nov. 23

90% Nov. 18

99

88

98
93

1946 F

Nov.

5

Nov. 25
Nov. 9

92%
8

....1959 M N

1934 J

D

1941 J

66,000
9,000
10,000
2,000

"4", 660

Certificates of deposit.......... Q
M St P At S S M 4s atpd
1938 J
1st cons 5s...................1938 J
1st cons 5s fttd as to Int
.....1938 J

.....1946 J

M

St P Ac S S
1st Chic Term

24,666
131,000
696,000
520,000
258,000
769,000
243,000
771,000

J

J

At Cent Term
f 4a........1941 MN

Mo Kan At Tex 1st ft,4s

J

D

40-year 4s series B...
Pr lien mtfte 4Hs ser D
Cum adjust 5s series A

Missouri Pacific RR Co—
9
1st At refund 5a aeries A......1965 F

J

A

General 4s...
.....1975 M 8
1st At ref 5s series F..........1977 M 8
1st Ac ref ft 5s ser G_..........1978 MN

Convertible ftold 5Hs.........1949 M N
1st ref ftold 5s series H
1980 A O
1st Ac ref 5s ser I
1981 F A
Mo Pac 3d 7s ext at 4%....July 1938 MN
Mobile Ac Blrm prior lien ft 5a ...1945 J
J

95

"15"" "3d""
15

iH
8

21

«£
20
15

80

85
90

—..

80
44
97

93H
82

75'"
...

2,000

Small..
e Cash

sale

J

s




Option sale.

103

Nov.

99% Mar. 20
81% Mar. 10
102% Mar. 9
98% June 23

92% Jan.

60% Nov.
58

Nov.

83% Oct
82% Nov.
84
Aug,
88% Apr.
.

94% May
93
94

21

9

June

2

Feb.

17

J

J

Nov. 27 103% Apr.
95% Sept. 16 100% Mar.
72
Oct. 15 87% Jan.
Jan.
72
Nov. 4 85
94

75

Nov. 27 107

79%
73

.

87 h

Nov. 24

82li

Nov.

4

91

62

52

52

Nov, 19

63

Nov. 10

59

90

Nov,

Nov.

90%

Feb.

27
13

Nov.

86

Jan.

7

92

101 %
88
95 %
89

97H
.....

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

97
96 %
93
96 H

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
95

Oct.

101

May 29

Nov.

106%

Ma..

105

July 20
May 14

97

96
111

Oft

Nov.

103
97

82% Oct.

10
8

2%
8

4
20

54

Sale

42

50
60

51

36
85

Sept.

75

Nov.

97% Mar.

Nov.

cl02

Oct.

52

30 %
35 %

90
98

90

78

78

Nov.

5

35

&
.....

46%
38
51

ir"Nov."l9

12

10

-

.....

2% Nov. 12

June 10

106

Oct.

Jan.

7

102% Jan. 20
cl01%Nov. 4
93
July 10
70% June 16
101% May 29

Sept.
Nov.
July
Feb.
Nov.

95
Mar. 9
97% July
2
102% Aug. 28

Nov.
Oct.
Feb.
Nov. 19
June 10

2

77% Jan.

9

72% Apr. 28
Apr. 14
90% Apr. 22

100

99% May 25
May 26
79
91
Aug.
6

78

Nov.

5

78

Sept.
Nov.

3 100
5 95

8

Nov. 10

49
38

12

Nov ."28

8

Oct.

1

8

Nov. 10

9
Sept. 11
2% Oct.
3
8
Apr. 13

2% Nov. 12

Feb.

Feb.

27
5

90
20

Apr. 28

30
9

Mar. 24

8

Apr. 13

Mar. 26
Jan.

21

8X

35

Nov. 28
Nov. 30

57

50% Nov. 25

50
Sale
Sale

65

Nov. 18
Nov.
6
Nov. 14

50% Nov. 25

Nov. 21

33

Nov. 21

33

33

50

29%
62

78

72

74

40%

71

70

Nov. 18

72

Nov. 27

9

75

Nov.

75

Nov. 18

21 %

75

7

97
Sept. 9
106% Feb. 24

Sept.

87%
82%
80%
101%

Mar. 20

103% Sept. 18

89% Oct.
96%
86%
80%
96%

9

June 23

Oct.

85% Jan.
6
6
90% Oct.
6 104% Feb.
72
Sept. 14 87% May 27
C108
Sept. 1
97% Feb. 11

95
84

31

71X

40
36

Oct.
Oct.

6
16

Nov. 21

40
70

Sept. 12
Oct. 13

72

Nov. 27
Sept. 28

Feb.
7
Feb. 27

893
843
943

Jan.

89
67

Jan.

19
23
27

99% Jan.

21

Jan.

15

Jan.

81

75
.....

76

Sale

66

51X
65
46

Sale

77%
56
66 H
Sale

y

41

74% Sale

74% Nov. 30

78% Nov. 11

72% Oct.

Nov. 25
Nov. 30

82% Nov. 10
67
Nov. 5

73

77

80
66
.....

41X

55%

73

Sale

65

44

40% Nov. 28
Nov. 28

9

9
9

55% Nov.
34% Nov.
50% Nov.
51% Nov.

Nov. 27
Nov. 28

Nov.
Nov.

9

38

9

52

50% Nov. 30

Nov.

9

50% Nov.

62% Sale

53
40
53

Sale
Sale
Sale

38
52

52 X

Sale

75

7

51% Nov. 30

50

94
78

Nov.
Nov.

6

97

65% Jan. 14
Jan. 27

92

103% Jan.
92

98
95

100
75

22*
99
101
99

69

Nov. 10

69

Nov. 10

99

95
96
69

95
97
92
88

79

Aug.

Apr.
Nov.
Mar.

13

Mar. 21
Mar. 16
Feb. 10
Jan.
Jan.

7
2(

Jan,
Jan.

7
9

Jan.

24

Jan.

8

95% Feb. 21

95% Apr.

95
,....

40% Nov.

Nov.

Sale

60

Nov. 12

68% Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Sale

52 X

Sale
Sale
Sale
95
100

55

Nov.
Oct.
Sept.

Nov.
Nov."

———-—

36

52
63
63

60
68

75

63% Sale

——

87

12
9

8X

96

90%

98

June

101% June 27

99

97% May

"75% "90"

Mar. 11

100% Sept. 26
95% May 20
Mar. 24
102

93% Nov.

95

10

93% May 12
May 12

87% Oct.
97% Sept.
90% Apr.
98

June

5

108

Last sale

.....

.....

"§§%
95

Jan.

69%

98% Jan.
2
87% June 22

85

78

Sale

98% Sale
69

30%
35%

.....

90
65

90

92

101

80

65

100

23

May 20

60

63

873
823

Nov. 24
Nov. 4

18
24
23

64

93

87%

84%

.....

J

94
85

59%

90

65

...

J
Small........................
Mortgage gold 4s..
1945 J

May 22

May
Aug.

65

Last sale

94
98
99
97 HI Sale

J

J
..1962 J
J
1978 J
Jan 1967 A O

81-

63
65

84

89

Mtssour-Kansas-Tsxaa RR—
Prior lien 5s series A.........1962 J

79

.....

J

A.1959 J
.....1990 J

aer

9

Nov. 13

-mi

101% 102

J
J

-.

83%
_

M
a

Missouri-Illinois RR 1st 5a

28,000
9,000

F
F

25-year ft 5 Ha.
1949 M 8
1st ref 5Ha series B...........1978 J
J

5,000 Mississippi Cent 1st 5s..........1949

32",066

84%
85%

8

Nov.

82

d-

96%

S

Temp ctfs of deposit........... M N

94

Nov. 10
Nov. 9
Nov. 9

"25""

J

1979 J
J
Midland of N J 1st ext 5s .......1940 A O
Mil Ac Nor 1st ext 4Hs (1880)
1934 J D
Cons ext 4%s (1884).......
1934 J D
Mil 8par Ac N W 1st ftu 4s.......1947 M 8,
Milw At State Line 1st guar 3Ha..l941 J
J
Minn At St L 1st cons ftold 5s ...1934 M N

1st At refund ftold 4s
...1949 M
Ref At ext 5s series A.........1962 Q

96.

«

73 H
74
67
69H
98% Sale

J

1952 M N

1st At ref 6s series A

93 H

101%

86%
86%

99

93

63%

86

1st ftold 3 H>
Ref Ac Imp 4Hs series C

12,000

78%

83

67

%

South Ry Joint Monon 4s.....1952 J
J
Atl Knox At Cln dl? ft 4s......1955 MN
Mahon Coal RR 1st 5s
J
1934 J

Mex Internet 1st 4s asstd..
1977
Mich Cent Mich Air Line 1st 4s..1940 J
Jack L Ac S ftold 3 %•_...
1951 M

14",660

63

99% 102

1st ext 4s.

"5",600

95

83

2

96 X Nov. 25 cl01% Nov. 4

1945 M S

3,000 Manila RR South Lines 1st 4s...1939 M N

"5,000

96% Nov.

5s interim rects..............1941 A

Manito S W Colonlx ft 5s
Man G B Ac NW 1st ftu 3Hs

Jan.

97

104 % 106
104 % Sale
100 X Sale

1st At ref 5Hs series A........2003 A
1st Ac ref 5s series B..........2003 A
1st Ac ref 4Hs series C
2003 A

1980 M

Oct.
Oct.

AX Sept.

Apr.
102% Sept.
91% Mar.
103% Aug.

99

97

88

—-

93

Sale

97%

8

St Louis DlT 2d ftold 3s
Mob At Montft 1st ft 4Hs

Oct.

Sept.
38% Oct.

84

98

90
101

M

Paducah Ac Mem Dl? 4s...

1,000
5,000

Feb. 19
Feb. 27
Feb. 17
Feb. 18
80% Feb. 21
Mar 17
73
83% Mar. 21
Feb.
2
74
Jan. 21
16
Jan.
9
15
Jan. 12
6
96% Feb. 18

39% Oct.
44
Nov.

5.
5

7

Apr, 15
Jan. 12
Apr.
7

90
65
81

Oct.
Nov.

101% May

103

98 H 103
87

92

75

73% Sale

.....

1,000
28,000
37,000

Nov.

35
40

10

83

65

60% Sale

95

MN

.....1937 MN
8,000 LouIst At Nashr ftold 5s
Unified ftold 4a_..........
J
1940 J
50,000
Registered
J

71",656

58
18

Jan.

91% Jan.

96

97%
88%
103%
104%

93% Nov.
102% Apr.

94

65

103

102
100
85

D

....1962 MN

15,000
20-year deb 5s.......
..1937
10,000
Guar ref ftold 4s_.
........1949
19,000
N Sh Bch 1st cons ftu 5s. Oct. 1932
34,000
339,000 Louisiana At Ark 1st »s series A..1969
5,000 tou Ac Jeff Bridge ftu ft 4s
...1945

58
18
50
44
43
45

102% Feb. 13

J

ftold 6s........1935 A O
ft 4s

72

35

Nov.
Nov.

91

55

—

3,000 Long Island ften

35
98

91

92
77

62% Sale

...

cons

4

103

..............

Long Dock

NoV. 25

57X Nov. 10
53
Nov, 13

1% Nov. 17

1% Sale

12,000 Left VaU Harbor Term 1st 5a....1954 FA 100% 105
98
J
100%
8,000 Leh V (N Y) 1st ftu ft 4%«...
1940 J
86 H Sale
31,000 Leh Val (Pa) ften con ft 4s ......2003 MN
MN
Reft 1 stored....
1,000
Gen cons 4Ha.....
96
97H
5,000
.....2003 MN
Gen consol 5s
2003 MN 102 % 107
7,000
Leh V Ter Ry 1st ftu ft 5s
1941 A O 101
Lehigh Ac N Y 1st ftu ft 4s.......1945 M S
Lex Ac East 1st ftu 5s
113%
1965 A O 109
Little Miami ften 4s series A

55

60 H

70

J

...1941

1997 J

85
45

47

Nov. 27
Nov. 20

98

J

1937

2nd ftold 5a..

31,000 Lake Shore Ac Mich Sou ft 3Ha
2,000
Registered

Sept. 21

65
36

86%

Kal AUefthan Ac G R 1st ftu ft 5S..1938 J
J
Kanawha At Mich 1st ftu ft 4s.....1990 AO
57,000 K C Ft S At M ref ft 4s..
1936 A O
78,000 Kan City South 1st ft 3s...
1950 A O
Ref At Imp 5s...
119,000
Aprill950 J
1960 J
287,000 Kan City Term 1st 4s
11,000 Kentucky Central ft 4s.........1987 J
Kentucky At Ind Term 4%«
..1961 J
J
Stampede......................

89

——

13%

Certificates of deposit..

94

44

48

A

J

57%

46

Nov. 27
Oct.
5

Sale

45

103 %
80
Sale
37
Sale

~—

44

75

52 % Sale
48
51
75
94

95

J

1950
1,000 Indianapolis At Loufsr 1st ftu 4S.1956
7,000 Ind Union ften At ref 5s A.......1965
Gen At ref guar 5s ser B.......1965

59",660

Sale
95

J

fnd IU Ac la 1st ftold 4s..

30,666

99
93
91 %

A.......1963
4% a series C.
1963
Ind Bloominftton Ac W 1st 4s.—1940
set

Feb.

28

Aug. 21
Jan.

16

Mar. 28
Mar. 30

22

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

Value.

Price

BONDS

November

N.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

1931.
Bid.

Nov. 2.

i"o"666

Ask.

Bid.

Mobile At Ohio fien gold 4s......1938

31,000
5,000

RANGE

SINCE

JAN.

1.

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE.

Y. STOCK

EXCHANGE—BONDS

95 4

31

Montgomery Dlv 1st ft 5»
1947
Refunding At Improv't 4 4« ...1977

1024

Sec 5% notes
Mohawk Ac Mai 1st gu g «•
Mont Cent 1st gu g is.;

88

"904

.....1938
1991
19W

.......

Nashville Chat & St L 1st 4s

1978 F

Nash Fta Ac Shaff 1st gu g 5s

1937 F A

A

105
Sale
102 4 1044
85
Sale
106 4
101
Sale

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Highest

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

25

25

52

80

894
25
434
824

28 4
15

80

954 Sept.

18

174 Nov. 28

214

25
844

25

75

102

Nov. 20

254 Nov. 12
314 Nov. 17

1014 Nov. 20

1014Nov."20

May 15 83
9 102

llH
M

May 15
Feb.

9

Nov. 28
Oct. 30

694 Mar. 30
2
904 Jan.

Oct.

934 Apr.

23

8

Nov. 20 109 4 May 19
June
8
17 104
Jan. 21
Oct. 17
86

1024 Feb.
91

Sale

72

78

100

82

72

984

91

624

93 H
95
101
104

Lowest.

52

—

1st guar gold 5s
.1937
"7~66O Morris Ac Essex 1st gu 34*--3000
Constr M 5s ser A w 1
......1955 MN
18,000
Constr M4HR ser B w 1
29,000
...1955 MN

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

204

Sale

Nov. 30.

90

71
99
91

Nov. 18
724 Nov. 23
Nov. 27 1004 Nov.
9
Nov.
2
93
Nov. 6

99

99

Nov. 27 1084 Jan.
Jan.
Oct. 28 103

90
99

92

50

99
90

Aug.
Oct.

Mar.

95!
6 104 J

8

20

20

9

July 27

National Ry of Mexico—

13,000

Prior lien 50-year a f 4 4*
Assent cash warr rects

1957
No 3

Guar 4s Apr 1914 coupon
Assent

17,000

24
A

cons

gold 4s

on

14

Cons guar 4s...

1945 J

....

N I June R gu 1st 4s

cum

20,000

j

1956

...1954

M N
F

A

A

O

A

O

1064

J
J

85
75
100 4

30-year deb 4s of 1912

1942 J

Lake Shore coll g 34*

J

...1998
1998

Registered

65

14 July

14 Nov. 18

2

Nov.

6

5

24 Nov.

6

24 Nov.

6

1024

964
82

934

41

48

98

46

50

101
98

1004 Sale

N Y Ac Erie 1st ext g 4s

7

o

3

14 Sept.

8

Jan.

7

44 Jan.

7

Sale

70 4

70 4

71
714
75

43 4 Nov.
2
41
Nov. 19

744 Nov.

2

49

Nov.

50

Nov. 10

6

474 Nov. 13
574 Nov. 9

94

644 Sale
Sale

724 Sale

85

63

93!

Feb.

Jan.

100'

Jan.

38
38

Oct.

93!

Jan.

10
26
27

94«

Jan.

24

72

May

Oct.

344 Oct.
Oct.

1014 Jan.

Jan.

Nov. 30

96
94

Nov.

Nov. 27
Nov. 30

85
75
63

Jan. 24
1014 Jan. 27
1074 Mar. 2

98
Nov. 12
Nov. 30 1024 Nov. 13
84
Nov. 10

614 Nov. 30

834 Nov. 10
834 Nov. 9

71

Nov. 30

92

Nov.

714 Nov. 30

9

86

Nov.

68
68

77

Nov. 11

714 Oct.
704 Oct.

864 Nov. 28

97

Nov. 13

85

Nov. 13

85

Nov. 13

86
85

75

68

Nov. 28

744 Nov. 10

714 Nov.

76

68

73

4

72

Nov.

Nov. 27

70

Nov. 20

4

84

974 Jan.

21

Jan.

3®

cl004Apr.

6
7

104

Nov.

614 Nov.
71
Nov.

Sale
86

109

Jan.

17

87

Jan.

15

85

Nov. 27
Oct.

3

24

Feb.

Nov. 28 102
Nov. 13 101
Nov. 28
85
8
Oct.
824

68
70
68
80

16

100

Nov.

72

.....

8

38

100

75

74

Nov. 20

424 Nov. 27

Sale
Sale
Sale

90

Sale

43

Sale

Sale

82 4
944 Sale

50

Sale
Sale

Apr. 28

85

764 July
704 Nov.
98

704 Nov. 10

85
64

73
72 4

75
70
45

9

July
July

24
17

Jan.

6

Jan.

6

854 Jan.
84
Jan.

22
7

O

Refunding 54b series A......1974 A O
167,000
Refunding 44* series C
1978 M S
820,000
19,000 NY Connecting 1st gu 44> A...1953 f A
1st gtd 5s series B........
1953 f a
5,000
1947 m n
1933 m e
1947 m N

3d ext gold 44*
1,000 N Y Ac Greenw L guar g 5s

31

18

7
4

Oct.
Mar.

86
Mar. 18
Apr. 13 87
994 Feb.
6 1034 June 13
May
2
864 Sept. 14 93

94

Sale

974

O

A

.....

774 Sale
864 Sale

964

A

1932 a

•

424
424

77

74

1937

....

45

77

86 4
80

Nov. 13

80

704
20 4
404

Sale

864

3

894

79

85
Sale
984
834

olH
85

14 Nov. 14

102

Sale
Sale

76
82

........

notes.

olH

66

94

92 4

1998

150,000 N Y Chic Ac St Louis 1st g 4s

13

14 Oct.

1
3

—.

744 Sale
254 70
404
47
434 Sale

1998

Mich Cent coll g 34»

85

954

O

1934 M N

Registered

N Y Ac Harlem g 3 4s
N Y Lack Ac West ref 44s B
N Y At Jersey 1st 5s

2000 m N

NY At Long Branch gen 4s
N Y At N E Boston Ter 1st 4s

33",660

95

1997 J

Registered

93
93
100
Sale

1064 107

A

Debenture gold 4s

Registered.

98
93
88
82

1997 J

55,000 N Y C At H R g mtge 34*

6% gold

.

.

88

97*1
97^

Npt Cc Cln B gen gu g 4Hs
..1945
N Y Ac Bklyn ac M fi cons g 5s...1935

311,000 N Y Cent RR cony deb 6s.....—1935
Consol 4s series A...
.....1998
211,000
Ref Ac Impt 4 4* series A
184,000
2013
When issued
808,000
Ref Ac impt 5s series C.
749,000
2013

3541666

2

824 102
m'894

94

1956

First 54* series A

105
88

a

1st mtge gold 5& series C
1st
series D

2,000
8,000
3,000
4,000

87

1953 J iJ
lnc 8s .1935 a o
1954

First 5s series B

525",066

24

66

93 h

J

1952

4i"666

"3", 606

34

14

J

..1986

N O Ac N East ref 44* A
6,000 New Orleans Term 1st 4s

27,000
16,000

Sale

1951

New England RR cons 5s.......1945 J

non

14

"24 HI"

14

Assenting cash warr rect No 4 on
Naugatuck RR 1st g 4s
1954 M N

N O Tex Ac Mex

11

44

O

Nat RR Mex prior lien g 44* ...1926
Assent cash warr rect Not 4 on

First

15,000

5

No

receipt

warr

July '28
44 Jan.
7
Mar. 4
5
Jan. 20

Last sale

on

1977

1941 M S

1973 M

N

1932 F

a

1939 M

994 Sale
1014 103

85

Sale

644 Sale

814 Sale

804 Nov. 28

89

Nov.

6

804 Nov. 28 1004 May

9

32

Sale

644 Nov.

2

Jan.

57

9

294 Nov.
344 Nov.

102

Sale
Sale

294 Nov. 30
344 Nov. 30

107

Jan.

24
9

25

444 Nov.

25
86
93

93
1034
1054
924

Feb.

20

May
9
May 15

Sale

35

Sale
Sale

434 Sale

30

102

91

Sale

884

104

105 4

90

1054

90

90

55

77

924
88
-----

101

Nov. 27

Nov.

884 Nov. 14

5
914 Nov. 13

98

98

Nov. 19

Nov. 29

81

Nov.
Oct.

Oct.

924 Mar.
100

89

954

79

1003
1003

...

94

75

101

81

884 Nov.

4

994 Nov.

2 1004 Nov. 30

884 Nov.

4

88
95

—

994 Sale

1004 Sale

86

May
Sept.

994 Oct.
94

Mar.

7

Sept. 8
974 Feb. 21
88
May 25
1034 Mar 10
102 4 May 29
100

Sept.

884 Nov.

Apr. 22

94

Apr. 22

Mar. 21

8

N Y New Haven At Hartford—

Non-cony debenture 4s

"6",606

14", 660
12,000
8,000
226,000
1,000
58,000
14,000

227,000
24,000

1947 m

8

Non-cony debenture 34s.....1947 A
Non-conv debenture 34*
1954 A

O

644

O

70
81

73
83
Sale

70

74

61

Non-cony debenture 4s
1955 J
J
Non-cony debenture 4s.....—1956 M N
Convertible debenture 34*
1956 J
J
Convertible debenture 6s

14", 606

J

J

Collateral

trust 6s

Debenture 4s

1940 A

1

O

1957 m n

.....

1st At ref 44s ser of 1927
Harlem R At Pt Chen 1st 4s

1967 J

d

1954 M N

1955 J

d

N Y Prov At Boston gen 4s
1942
N Y At Putnam 1st con guar 4s ..1998
N Y Susq Ac West 1st ref g 5s
1937

1941 MN

10,000 Norfolk Ac Western impt At ext g6sl934

F

A

.1932

Registered

Registered

Ref At Impt 6s Series B

2047 J

Ref At Impt 5s Series C_,
Ref Ac Impt 5s Series D..

5,000 Ogden At Lake Ch 1st guar
Ohio Connecting




»ale,

70
75

81

68

Sale

714

Sale

50
43

45

47

424

Sale

85

464

3*

46

99 4

80

'794

Sale

65

105

Sale

102

36

Sale

75

85

1024

69
Sale

214 Sale
74

*-

1024
100

98 4
964
Sale
Sale

90

9

9
9

Nov.

Mar.

115
106

Nov.

Nov. 13

Mar. 10

83
118

Nov.

Nov. 10

Nov.

Mar. 12

Mar. 18

Jan.

Nov.

103
100
99

Nov.

60

Nov.

9

Nov.

9

82

Nov.

9

Nov.

77
95

May

674 Nov.

Jan.

27

86

Nov.

9

Oct.

96

June

8

51

Nov.

50

Nov.

9
9

1004 Nov.
95 "
33

Nov.

464 Nov. 24
424 Nov. 28

50

Nov. 27

58

Nov.

47

Nov.

9

50

Nov. 16

62

Nov. 28

9

704 Nov.

1014 Nov. 17 103
20

Nov; 27

Nov.

9
4

254 Nov. 23

37
31
96
80

Feb.

26

Sept. 30
Mar. 27

Oct;

13

494 Oct.

7

Jan.

21

604 July 21
52
July
96
Mar. 27
964 Mar. 7
80
Apr.
1

Sale

100.

Nov #,28 1024 Nov. 17

Sale

95

105

—

68

77

89

Nov.

6

95

92

Nov.

4

944 Nov. 13

94

Nov. 11

Nov. 16

59"

Sale

76

95

Nov. 10

Sale

Nov. 27

1024
1024

81

82

81

884

1034

584 Sale

1938 A O

944

D

50
88

574 Nov. 27

80

Nov. 25

97

72

774

70
77

Nov. 25
Nov. 20

NfT.l"»
74
Nov. 20
7'/4 Nov. 18

50

51

Nov.

60

4

94
108

Sale
109

108

924 Sale

81

Nov. 11

Nov.

7

88
97

97

78
82
894
95 4
99 4 102
101
104
72

89

Nov.

834

86

Nov. 13
90
Nov.
4 101

107

77 4

80

76

264

324

94

95

A

93

96 4

874

97

253
873

J

99

-----

814

944

85

4

964 Nov.

764 1014 Nov. 25 cl07
Sale
75
Nov. 30 83

50

D

99

254 Nov. 16
894 Nov. 13
87
Nov. 27

Oct.

23 1004 May 22
97 4 Jan. 19
Sept. 4

26 102
31 100

Jan.

27

30

5

14 104
97
7

Jan.

97

Jan.

6

97

Jan.

694

Jan.

6
7

Nov. 27
754 Oct. 30

574 Oct.

Nov. 28

75

Feb.

9

81

lOl" 102"

Oct.

604 Nov.

65
80

60

Oct.

78

95
79

J

Apr. 25

May 22
13 1024 June 10

June 30

9

63
734
804 Sale

714
1034

874 Oct.
96
91
92

Nov.

87

52
85
Sale

Oct.

Jan.

24

29
11
15
9

Nov. 28 105

78!

78

754
Sale

85

100

101;

73

78

28

Feb.
May
Mar.
May

102

1024

83

.

100

1014

Sale
934

Sept. 18 61
984 Sept 15 101
54
Oct.
5
874
108
944 Oct.
19
Apr. 23 45

40

654 Oct.

90

Sale

J

1938 F

874 Mar. 13

Oct.

70

91

744

J

...1938 J

Oct.

92

94 4
92

"94""

80

J

...1946 J

—*

100

894 Sale

Sale

1936 J

80

58

624 Sale
103
Sale
204 Sale

1004 100

923
923

Sale
Sale

J
J

1943 M S

Nov.

5

Nov.

Nov. 11

82

.

49
99

J

g 4s.. 1948 J

4

Nov.

664 Nov. 11

81

844

45

1933 J

Option sale.

53

Nov.

70

72

60

2047

Ry 1st 4s

s

734

74

96
103 4
100 4 102

1937 A O
3,000
35,000 Oregon RR At Nay con g 4s
1946 J D
J
4,000 Oregon Short Line 1st con g 5s..1946 J
Guaranteed con 5s
....1946 J
J
20,000
19oi J
J
255,000 Oregon-Wash 1st At ref 4s

e Cash

56 4

70

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

61
63

Sale

20

604 Nov.

9

Jan.

65

"99" "994 ::::: "934

"934

2047

Ohio River RR 1st g 5s
General gold 5s.

6,000 Pacific Coast Co 1st g 5s
5,000 Pacific RR of Mo 1st ext 4s
2d extended gold 5s...
1,000

Sale
33

90

Feb.

12*
!£*

704 Nov.

Sale

60

1997 Q
.Jan 2047 Q F
Registered
Jan 2047 Q F
Ref Ac Impt 44a Series A
2047 J
J

Northern Ry of Calif guar 5s

61

Sale

Gen lien ry At Id gt 3s

North Pac Terminal 1st 6s

744
604 Sale

504

99

1974

115,000 Northern Pacific prior lien 4s... 1997 Q

15",000

70

.....

June

---

314

974

1944
1941

Gen Ac ref 44s series A stpd.,1974
Northern Ohio 1st guar g 5s
1945

266,000
15,000
7,000

644
1014 Sale

70

69
83
58

1996

Dlv 1st At gen g 4s
Pocahontas C At C Joint 4s
39,000
North Cent gen Ac ref 5s A

75

1014

1996

35.666

70

...

:*50""

Terminal 1st gold 5s
.......1943 MN
N Y Westches At Bos 1st 44*
1946 J
J
Nord Rys extl s f 64*
...1950 AO
1961 F A
85,000 Norfolk South 1st Ac ref 5s A

264", 660

30

914

92,000
232,000

New River 1st gold 6s
Ac West Ry 1st con g 4s

63

75
70

95

1940

205,000 Norfolk

80

60

1044 105"
72
704
914 Sale
88
884

1937

Norfolk At South 1st g 5s...

594

1144 Sale

June 1992 M S

Second gold 44s...
General gold 5s.........

71

J

Registered

118,000 N Y Ont Ac West 1st g 4s
General 4s
30,000

"9",066

1948 J

88

824

.

6

Sept. 18
16

9
67
Jan.
9
Feb.
Jan.
8
Nov. 28 101
Nov. 25 1134 Mar. 27
Nov. 25 1054 Jan. 24
764 Oct. 28 1054 Jan. 21
Oct.
5 108
July 18
Oct. 21 1034 Mar. 25

65
65
80
70

50

Oct.

27

77

Jan.

28

97
May 12 97
May 12
1014 Feb. 10 1034 July 28
4 103
89
Nov.
Apr. 11
98

June 20

c80

Oct.

30

Nov. 18
Nov. 11

95
98
75

Oct.
Oct.

29 1094 July 10
29 1094 June 20

Nov. 30

98

May 16

Nov. 18

14

June 17

53

Jan.

Nov. 10
Nov. 19

904 Nov. 14

894 Nov. 13

87

87

Nov. 27

6

984 July 17
Aug. 21

Nov. 27 103

N. Y. STOCK
Sales in

1931.
Bid.

s

SINCE

JAN.

1.

Jan. 2

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.

Paducah Be Illinois 1st

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price

BONDS

November
Value.

33

EXCHANGE-BONDS

J

1

f

Ask.

Nov. 30.

2.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

9754
100*6
103*6 10354

95

1958 F A
1958 M S
1968 M 8
1943 M 8

508,000 Paris-Lyons-Mod RR 6s
219,000
8lnklng fund extl 7s
296,000 Paris-Orleans RRBxt s f &H*
8,000 PauUsta Ry 1st 6c ret 7s

Nov.

104*1 104*6

166 " Sale

106 5i
102 H

102

Sale
Sale

96*6

96

Sale

Sale

Sale

Prices

Sale
Sale

65

Sale

100*6 102

81

94

Sale Prices.

100
100

Nov.

102

Nov.

9554 Nov.

2 101*6 Nov.
6
4i 104
Nov. 21

2 102*4 Nov. 17
79
Nov.
6

75

69

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Prices.

-----

65

Nov. 16

88

85

Nov.

91*

95

89

Ask.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

91*6 Nov.
88*6 Nov.
89*6 Nov.

Sept. 22 10156 Apr. 29
93*4 Sept. 21 106*6 Jan.
8
9556 Sept. 22 107*6 June 13
Mar. 4
90*6 Sept. 28 105
97
65
Nov. 16
Apr. 27

Penn Ohio Ac Detroit RR—

1st Ac ret gold 4 Ms series A
16,000
1977 A O
3,000 Penn RR consol Hold 4s........1943 M N
Gonsol gold 4s
49,000
...1948 M N

Stamped dollar bonds...... 1948 M N

11,000
66,000
495,000
256,000
406,000

Gonsol 4 Ha Issue of 191S
I960 F A
General 4Hs Series A.........1965 J D
General 5s Series B
1968 J D

15-year secured 6His..
....1936
Registered
40-year 5s
1964
Debenture gold 4 H*-.........1970
General 4*4* series D
-—1981

F

486,000
212,000

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3 Hi* coll tr reg ctfs ser A.1937
1,000
Guar 3Hi coll tr ctfs ser B
1941
Guar g 3Hs tr ctfs series G—1943
Guar g 3H* tr ctfs Series D—1944
5,000
40-year guar tr ctfs 4s Ser B..1953
43",600
Secured gold AH*
1963

11,000 Peoria

"i",66o

MN
A

O

A

Peoria 8c Pekin Un

104"

Sale

O

97 H

Sale

83*6

J

D

J

D

1940 A O
...1990 A O
1st BH* A...1974 F A

89*6

100
80

Sale
82*4'
25

97
100
103 *6 Sale
94
Sale
100 H
95 H

Sale
97

P C C Ac St L guar g 4Ha ser A—1940,A
Con AH* series B guar g......1943 A

J

Sale

"23

"

Sale

93

86*6 Nov. 20
91*6 Nov. 21
95
92

Nov. 10
Nov.
7

Nov.
9
90
Nov. 10
99*6 Nov. 10
10456 Nov. 9
100

Nov.

8254 Nov.
92*6 Nov.
10054 Nov.

80

—

97

...

92*4

86*6 Sale
80

'§5*6 Sale
57*6
5*6
60*6

65
20
99

66

68
84*6
60

90*4 Sale

85

89
Sale

53*6

55

Nov. 20

57*6 Nov. 16

80"~

92

81*4 Nov. 17

81*4 Nov. 17

50

55

50

Nov. 25

73

4556

50

45*6 Nov. 25

55

46

90*6

Sale

93*6

90*4 Nov.

19*4 Nov.

95

2

96
99*6

89
—

88*6
Sale

98

95

97
89

9556
Sale

95

97""

Sale

99

92*6
94

97

59*4

95

90
55

94

59*|

92

55

60

64

55

Sale

Nov. 12
Nov. 20

45

Oct.

101

92

102
66

78

90*4

A

O

J

J

102

Sale

J

J

102

Sale

.....

Nov. 27

95

92

Nov.

2

93*6 Nov.30

99*4 Nov.

9

94*6 Nov. 28

99

Nov.

4

8554 Nov.

91

Nov.

9

5 100

Nov.

5

4

Nov.

65

Nov. 16
Nov. 17

61

Nov. 16

65

Nov. 17

65

51

Nov. 27

73*6 Nov.

80
83

100

80*6

■

"5", 660

St Jos Ac Grand Island 1st g 4s..1947

St Lawr 8c Adirondack 1st g 5s..1996
2d gold 6s

J/ J
j' J

1996 A O

.2.

Oct.

Apr. 11
May 25
16 102
May
2
13 98*6 June
9

89*6 Nov.
97*6 Oct.
100*6 Oct.
99
Sept.
93*6 Nov.
94*6 Nov.
85*6 Oct.

Aug. 19

101*4 May
5
98*4 July 23
Mar. 19
105
105*6 May
I
11054 Jan. 21
110*6 Jan. 26
10256 Jan. 21

Apr. 20
10254 Apr. 20 103
Mar. 18
100
Nov.
5 104
99
Oct. 27 10356 June 17
Last sale 100 34 Aug. '29
9856 June 26 9856 June 26
45
Oct. 14 95*6 Mar. 23
61
Sept. 16 95*4 Mar. 19
6

86

80*6 Sale

79

Nov. 27

7456
90*6 101*6
9654

94

Nov.

94

9654

8354
64*6

45

Sale
59

50

60

83
Sale

80*4 Nov.-

2

78

Nov. 30

45

Oct.

9256
99*6
68 *6
83 j

9

70

...

5

Nov.

5

June
5 97
Aug. 27
Oct. 14 10554 June 10
Feb. 17
June
2 75
June
Sept. 9 91
9

80
78
79

Oct. 23
98
Jan.
Nov. 30 103*6 Jan.
Nov. 27 103
Jan.

94

Nov.

85
2

Rio Grande Southern 1st g 4s_—1940

33,000 Rock Isl'd Ark Ac Louis 1st 4Hi»1934 M 8
J
3,000 Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g 4s. 1949 J
J
Rutland 1st cons g AH*-1941 J

7

Nov. 10

84*6 Nov.
9
86*6 Nov.
9
8554 Nov. 10

75
79

16

96*|

81

Sale

18

10254 Apr.

97

Nov. 27

—-

Sale

14

July
Jan.

1§45H

95*6

Mar. 25

7

23

21

109 H

102*6
91

Guar (Jan 1923 coupon)......1940
1939
11,000 Rio Grande Western 1st g 4s
1st con Ac coll trust 4s series A.1949
52,000

109*6 Feb-.

97

78*6

----

Nov.

19*6 Oct.
10256 Apr.

96*6 Nov. 10 103
94*6 Oct. 16 103

74*6

83

Sept.

89

26
21

1005* Aug. 12

97*4 Nov. 12

75*6
76*6
80*6

90*4 Nov.

96*6 Nov*. 10
96*6 Nov. 10

100

69
92
Sale

Apr. 28
16

Jan.
Jan.

101
94 H
92

6

20

Jan.

99

101

2

10

Mar. 20

103
95

9954 100*6

100

17

24
30

Feb.

99

99*6
100*6
93*6 Sale

Apr.
July
Jan.
June
July
Mar.

105

89*6 Nov. 18

103
99

94.

13

7*6 Sept.
81*4 Nov.

95*6 Jan.

89

7

23

Oct.
Oct.

90*4 Nov. 20
22*| Nov. 30

2

Feb.

Jan.

88

77
88

Sale
89

....

Nov. 30

20

20

49
45

88*6
102*6
100*6

Nov.

55

24

Jan.

Nov. 12
Nov. 16

100

Sale

2

Sept. 14 94*4
Sept. 9 9756
86*6 Nov. 30 93i4
84
Sept. 21 97*6
8056 Oct.
7 102*6

108

Sale

96

77
95

J

66

Nov. 30

46

22*6

94

8

Rensselaer Ac Saratoga 1st gu 6s.1941 M N
Richmond Ac Mecklenburg 1st 4s. 1948 MN

Nov. 10

50*4

19*4 Sale

108*6

101*6
103*6 104

Nov.30 c94

89

101

101

Nov.

Jan.

July

99*6 Jan. 24
98
May
9

Oct.

88

99

88*6

108*4 Sale

78

2

85

Sale

96
103

Oct.

9

86*6 Nov. 30

86*6 Nov. 30

91

92

90

111*4
11054
109*4
10554

87

89

77

105

Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Feb.

Nov.

87

85

.....

96

...

Nov.

82*6
92*6
10054
109*4

65*6 Nov.

,

95*6
95*4
95*6

9954 102H
98*6
95*4
87*6 —

93

7

88

2

5
102*6 Jan.
10156 July 28
101*4 July 31
101
Aug.
1
6
107*4 Jan.

88*6 Nov.
89*4 Oct.

85*6 Nov.

Nov. 27
Nov.

Oct.

91 *6 Nov.

88

84

56*1

80

83

Nov.

81

85

83

53*6

97*6 "Nov." 13

90*6 Nov. 30
65*6 Nov. 27

88

83*6
Sale

101

Providence Terminal 1st 4s.... .1956 M

5s..1952 J
1st guar g 5s_.1939

Sale
Sale

O

Pitts Y Ac Ash 1st gen 4s ser A.. 1948 J D
1st gen 5s series B
1962 F A
Providence Securities deb 4s
1957 M N

Term Ry 1st guar

Sale"

68

96

6s..1932 J
3d guar 6s
—1934 J
Pitts Shen Ac L B 1st g 5s
1940 A
First consol gold 5s..
1943 J
Pitts Va Ac Char 1st guar 4s
1943 MN
Pitts Ac West Va 1st 4Hs ser A —1958 J D
1st M 4 Hs ser B
...1959 A O
1st mtge AH* series G.........1960 A O

1951
-1997
1997

90*4

Sale
Sale

95

Pitts McK Be Yough 1st guar

Rio Grande June

101

102*4 104

O
1942'M N
—1945 M N
1949 F A
Con 4s series F guar g
......1953 J D
Con 4s series G guar g
1957 MN
Con 4s series H guar g-......-1960 F A
Con 4 Hi* series I guar g. .....1963 F A
Con AH* series J guar
1964 M N
Gen guar 5s series A.L
.....1970 J D
General g 5s ser B
........1975 A O
J
General AH* series C.........1977 J

1,000 Richmond

Sale
Sale

D

Con AH* series G guar g
Con 4s series D guar g..
Con 3H* series E guar g

25,000 Read Go Jersey Gen coll g 4s
Gen At ref AH*
159,000
Gen & ref 4^s series B
136,000

94

—101
90
Sale

108 H

J

5,000
1,000
35,000

Sale'

89

89 H

92

MN

A

8,000

77*4

865
863
865

A

...1977 J
34,000 Philippine Ry 1st 30-yr s f 4s.. .1937 J
Pine Greek registered guar 6s..-1933 J

40,000
32,000
46,000

"

F

Gen g 4Hi series G

3,000

91

88

...1974 F

7,000
2,000
1,000

94*6
8254

86*6 Sale
96
Sale
103
Sale

80*4

M N

General 5s Series B_.

92
Sale

90«

65,000 Pere Marq 1st 5s Series A.......1956 J J
1st 4s Series B.......
12,000
....1956 J J
1st g 4H* ser G w 1..........—1980 M 8
81,000
Phlla Bait 8c Wash 1st g 4s
30,000
1943 M.N

"9",660

89*6
97

M S

Ac East 1st cons 4s...

Income 4s (flat)

"

91

94

90

FA

.....

176,600

A

...

91

97*6 ~98*6
97*6
98 *6
104*6 105*6
103 *4 Sale
109 *6 Sale
108*4 Sale

92*6
Sale

99

Sale

75*6
50
73

Sale

41

"82*6 "90'
87*4
93*6
100

56*4

88*6

75
87*4

63

35*4
56*6

79*6 Nov. 16
75*6 Nov. 14

65*6 Nov. 19
61*6 Nov.
5

94

85

Oct.

61 *6 Nov.

97

Mar.

7

86*6 Mar.

4

Nov. 25

76

Nov.

6

60

Nov. 25

Nov. 18

41

Nov. 18

41

Nov. 18

75

5

92

65*4 Oct.
82

Nov. 10

82

Nov. 10

5

1

60

101*4 Apr.

Oct. 23
93
May 18 101
99*6 July 31 103
82

95

90

93

Nov.

5

41

65
87*6

-.-

103

5

Apr. 20
Sept. 30 1()0
2*4 June
2
Last sale
7*6 Apr. *28
Feb. 21

9

Mar. 30
Mar.
9

May 28
Apr.
6
Mar.

6

St Louis Iron Mtn Ac South-

1933 MN

River At Gulf Dlv 1st g 4s

275,000

St Louts-San Francisco Ry

Prior lien 4s series A

866,000
1,762,000

98*6 Sale

87

Sale

43

8854

75

Sale

75

75

31 *6 Nov. 30

2?~66O
,

'

1950 J

J

87

1978 M

8

79*4 Sale

J

100*6 Sale

Prior lien 5s series B.........1950 J

J
St Louis Peoria At N W 1st gu 5S.1948 J
St. Louis Southwest 1st g 4s
1989 MN

2d gold 4s Income bond..Nov 1989 J
15,000
Gonsol gold 4s
62,000
...1932 J
1st terminal Ac unlf 5s...
..1952 J
45,000
33,000 St Paul Ac K G Short L 1st 4 H* -—1941 F
St Paul Ac Duluth 1st consol 4s .1968 J

32*6 Sale

22

Sale

31*6 Nov. 30
20*4 Nov. 30

45*6 Nov.
35*6 Nov.

9
9

50*4

39

Sale

35

Nov. 27

5354 Nov.

9

55

Nov. 28

D

Sale

33*4 Sale

Registered
Montana Ext 1st gold 4s
...1937
Pacific Ext sterling guar 4s.. .1940
3,000
71,000 St Paul Union Depot 1st 5s
1973
82,000 San Ant At Aran Pass 1st guar 4s.1943
...

~4"666

Sale

63

75

D

103*3 105
100*6 102
D
J

J

J

J

J

97

93

Nov.

Oct.

70

Nov.

45

Nov. 10

4

93

Sale

102*4 103*6

90

102

80*4

92*6
100

76*6 Sale
95
10354

74

95

Sale

95

70

94

81

17*6
19*6

34*6

15

24

14

Sale

9

100

6

82*6 Nov.

9

80
Nov.
6
Nov. 19 103

74

6

Nov. 28

10

17*1
""4*6 ""5*1
17
15 *6

Sale

Sale

47*6 Sale
7*6
1154

J

South At Nor Ala cons guar 5s...1936 F

A

Gen cons guar 50-year 5s
5,000
1963
151,000 Sou Pac Co 4s Gent Pac coll Aug. *49
1st AH* (Oregon Lines) ser A—1977
194,000
Convertible 5s...............1934
36,000
Gold 4Hs
1968
191,000
Gold AH* w 1
May 1 1969
257,000
Gold 4
1981
626,000
San Francisco Term 1st 4s....1950
57,000

Option sale.

A O
J
M

J
M

D
8

D
8

MN
O

20

3

7

6*4
13*6
2

Sale

754
19*6
3
3

8*4

Sale

Sale

2*4
90

96

100*6
109
92
100

94

1
1*6
656 Sale
5

5

Sale

4*6

Sale

20

25

3
2*6
156 Sale
2*6
3*6

June

16

Jan.

21

105

cl07*6Sept.21
10154 Apr. 24
May 27

Nov. 18

80*4 Nov.
25*6 May

May

Feb.

9

1

1954 Nov.

Nov. 30

1

Nov.

4

19*6
2*6
1 *6
1*6

Nov. 24

8*4 Nov.
754 Nov.

5*4 Nov.
4*6 Nov.
454 Nov.

8

Nov.

7

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

20

5

5

2
2

Nov.
4
Nov.
7
Nov. 10

Nov.
7
2*6 Nov. 13
Nov.
2

3
-

3

14

Nov.

Feb.

4

19

14

100

68

Sale

85*6

87

84*4 Sale

95

99

99

Sale

Sale

68

Sale

100

Nov.

100

68

Nov.

79

8354 Nov.

89

Nov.
7
Nov. 12
Nov. 11

Oct.

Oct.

21

1

Oct.

Jan.

12

20*6 Jan.

26

Nov.

4

4*6 Nov.
454 Nov.
Nov.

19*6 Nov.

2*6

Oct.

1
Sept.
1*6 Nov.
1*6 Oct.
90*6 Aug.

100*6 Sept.
66*6 Oct.
8354 Nov.

7

97

Oct.

Nov. 10
Nov.
7

65
65

Nov.
Nov.

65

Nov.

98

Nov.

99*6 Nov.

Sale

75

Sale

85

Sale

65

Nov.

80

9754 Sale

74

Sale

66

Sale

65

Nov.

80

Sale

67

65

Nov.

7956 Nov.

"93~~ "94*6

73
80

Sale

Sale

83*6

86

80

Nov.

85

97*6

Nov, 19 112
Nov.
96*

15

June 24

19

Jan.

3

16*6 June 26
61

Jan.

12*4 Jan.

14
7

3

Oct.

26

12

Jan.

9

2|6 Oct.
92*4 July

22
24

80

I02"

Sale

102*6 103

89

80*4 Nov. 13

34*6

8i* 50^

80
100

MN
A

1

100

854 Sale
754 Sale

74

101*6 Oct.

15

A

3

3

Aug.
100*4 Aug.

45

Oct 1949 F

13 102
June
21 105*6 Apr.

s94

101

97

40*6 Sale

3
10
17
18
20
26

6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

90

Nov.

80

100

10354

94

100

Oct.

60

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
98*6 Jan.
95*6 Aug.

4
95*6 Oct.
Sept. 21 102*6 July 22
100
Apr. 30 100
Apr. 30
90
Oct. 13
9954 July
7
6
96
80
Nov.
May 29

Nov.
5102
Nov. 30
95*4 Nov. 19 101*6 Nov. 20

101

90

40 H

..—

Nov.
Jan.

95

90

90

75
101

41*4 Nov.
31*6 Nov.
89

68*6 Nov. 12

108*6
87*6
7854
100*6
97*6

94

99*6
10054 101*6 101*6 Sale
99
9654 100
97*6
85

Sale

108*6 110

...




55
30

94

...1950 A O

Seaboard Ac Roanoke 1st 5s extd.1931 J

s

102*6 June
Nov. 10

64

J

J
J

Refunding g 4s.
1959 A O
27,000
Certificates of deposit........
62,000
1st At cons 6s series A
1945 M S
260,000
Certificates of deposit—..—
166,000
Atlan-Blrm Dlv 1st g 4s
May 1933 M 8
23,000
1935 F A
102,000 Seaboard-All Fla 1st 6s A
Certificates of deposit
33,000
1935 F A
Series B
28,000
Certificates of deposit

Gash sale,

Sale

89*6 Jan.
6
Jan. 24
20*4 Nov. 30 86
42*6 Aug.
1 6956 Mar. 30
Jan.
5
35 I Nov. 27 102

37*6 Nov. 13

3354 Nov. 2
41*4 Nov. 27
31*6 Nov. 28
60
Nov. 14

"95*6

983

...1950 A O
A O
Certificates of deposit.....

c

65

94

J

35

65
41*6
32*4 Sale

65

Stamped

.....

70

43

55*6 Sale
32

103*6
100*6

1st g 5s

Adjustment 5s

60*6
Sale

98*6

1934 A O
1934 A O
1989 MN

1st g 6s

4,000 Scio Vail At N E 1st guar g 4s

"2"66o

59*4

W*
68

J

Santa Fe Presc Ac Phenlx 1st 5s..1942 M S

29"666

53
101

A

1933 J
1933 J

1st consol gold 6s

Seaboard Air Line 1st g 4s

104

§gj

J

..1933 J

6s reduced to gold AH*

Sav Fla Ac West

100

1947 J

St Paul E Grand Trunk 4Hi
St Paul Minn Ac Man cons 4s

34,000
15,000

23

—

....

Con M 4His series A

Registered

22i"666

Nov. 30 10056 Jan.

8956 Nov. 12

s Nov. 30

9

Nov. 20

79*6 Oct.

111*6 Mar. 27
97

Jan.

23

10256 Jan. 21
103 14 Aug. 14
99*6 Jan. 26
LOO

June 28

94*6 May
98

8

June 17

24

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

Price

bonds

November

1931.
Bid.

So Pac off Calif 1st

211,000

5s

cons

1937 MN

South Pac Coast guar 4s
South Pac RR 1st raff guar 4s

1955 J

Registered

......

67,000
106,000
16,000

St Louis DIt 1st g 4s
East Tenn reorg Hen 5s...
Mobile 5c .Ohio coll tr 4s

Devel 5c gen 6s series A....... 1956 A

O

1956 A

O

1996 J

J

1951 J

J

1938 M S

82% Sale

814 Sale

92%

115
Sale
100 H 106
87
89
90 H

73

J

—-

'43 J

94%
44%

D

40 H

Tenn Cent Ry 1st M 6s A

1947

89

Term RR Assn of St L 1st g 4%»-_1939

99

g 5s_._...1944

Gen ref s f gold 4s
32,000
112,000 Texarkana 5c F S Ry 5%§
Texas 5c N O

A..1950

ser

g 5s

cons

1943

2000

Second g lac 5s (flat)
Gen ref 5» ser B

78,000

Gen 5c ref 5s

ser

109

1977 A
...

O

....1979

D

-.1980

Western DIt 1st g 5s......
General gold 5s

1935 A
1935 J

D

D

Lister Or Delaware 1st

D

14,000
7,000

con

con

0

Sale

76

60

5s__1928 J

Certlfs of dep stpd Dec 1930 Int.
First refunding gold 4s.......1952 A
land gr g

First 5c refunding 4s..

J

19<»7 J

J

June 2008 M 8

40-year 4s Int rets

1968 J

Utah 5c Northern 1st ext 4s..

D

1944 M

U N J RR Ac Canal Co gen 4s

8

1933 J

Sale

1st 4H»..1934
Virginia Midland general 5s
.1936 MN
Va & Southwest 1st guar 5s....2003 J

J

First cons 50-year 5s
1958 A O
Virginian Ry 1st 5s ser A.......1962 M N

Wabash

1962 M N

....

RR 1st gold 5s

1939 M N
1939 F A
1975 M 8

Second gold 5s
Ref 5c gen a f 5%s ser A.
Deb 6s registered

1939 J

Tol AtCblc Div 1st g 4s

1941 M

131,000 Wabash Ry ref 5c gen 5s ser B ..1976 F
Ret A gen 4H« Mrles C
242,000
1978 A

194,000

Ref 5c gen 5s series D

1980 A

Warren RR 1st ref guar 3%«

93

Nov. 30
Nov.
9

Wash Cent Ry 1st g 4s
1st guar 3H«
1st 40-year guar 4s
West Maryland 1st g 4s..
First 5c ref 5%s series A
145,000

91
85
75

42

98 %

91%

Sale

O

Sale

50

20% Nov. 28

28

5
Nov. 20

44

44

Nov. 10

44

.....

45

.....

80

100%
91% 105

Nov. 10

81

69%

68

Nov.

6 100
Nov. 23
86
Nov. 20
83

Nov. 17
Nov. 13

94

95

Nov. 23

98% Nov.

73

58

69

Nov. 23

75 % Nov. 13
75
Nov. 10
75
Nov. 10
90
Nov.
7
95
Nov. 11

62%

90
100
102

68%

63% Nov. 27

58

66

66

92

90

100
98

95

90 %
.....

Nov. 25
Nov.
7
Nov. 11

2

74

80

78

78

74

Nov.

4

92

88

70

59%
01%
59%

88

62

Sale
44

Sale

92

Sale

93

Sale

88
104
77

88*%

Nov.

4

Nov. 17

92

Nov. 25

36

92

2

96% Nov. 13

81 % Nov. 28
88
Nov.
2

112*4

824 Sale
77
80*4
96 % Sale

96 % Nov. 30

86% Nov. 9
92% Nov. 11
96% Nov. 30

Sale

76

75 4 Nov. 27

82

84*%

94

Sale

Nov.

654 Nov. 13
Nov. 23

Nov.

9

88%

98

90

1%
101% 102%
97% 100
79 %

105H Sale
100
103

99%
97 %

102 %
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

92 %
85

83%

95 4

98
86

100

86
33

1% Nov. 2
95 4 Nov. 27
85

354 Nov. 23

40

33

52

Sale

85

Sale

88

87%
82 %
84%
05%
33% Sale

86*4

69

80

41

Sale

85

Nov. 20
Nov. 30

87% Nov. 19

Sale

91%
88%
91
93%
78% Sale
92 H
101 j
91

Sale
93 %

37

Winston-Salem S B 1st 4s

1960 J

Wisconsin Cent 1st gen g 4s

1949 J

13,000

Sup & Dul Div 8c Ter 1st 4a__. 1936 M N
Worcester 8c Conn East Ry 4%«.1943 J
J

J

J

Jan.

5

Feb.

7
28

89% Oct.
95

Oct.

Feb.

74

88

Sept. 29 102
Nov. 4 94

Nov. 17

60% Sept. 22
35% Nov. 16
91

Oct.

94% Oct.
80% Oct.

87% Oct.

25

32*4 Sale
30% Sale

25

Sale

23% Nov. 30

27

Sale

25

56
59

90
80
54
82

88

90

42%
99*4
87 4
51%

90%
Sale

.

—

.

84
89

Sale
63
101
84
Sale
Sale

78
79%
97%
75
89%
34% ' 41%

54 H
60 *4

80

.....

91

56

38

75

70

Sale

36

93

Sale

89%

9

Nov. 12

2

84% Nov.

2

63

Nov.

9

60% Nov. 24

66

Nov. 12

96

Nov. 28
Nov. 10

97% Nov. 24

76%

48% Nov. 27

70
97

52% Nov. 30

80

80

Nov. 10

74

Nov. 28

60% Nov.. 9
83% Nov. 4

74

Nov. 27

79

Nov. 11

35

34% Nov. 23

Sale

94

39"
35

80

43%

38

42

35% Nov. 18

Nov.

2

44% Nov. 24
42

Nov. 14

80

Apr. 28

98

Feb.

9

Oct.

22

77

5

90
25

26
Oct. 29 105
Jan. 21
Nov. 27 102% Jan. 16
Oct.
8 102% Jan. 28
Last sale
98% Mar. 29

23 94% Jan.
Sept.15 102% July

25

Mar. 28

20

July

Aug.
3
May 11
Nov. 27

23% Nov. 30
25

Nov. 30

53
95
80

Jan.

90

Feb.

25

92% Jan.
96% Jan.
89% Jan.

22

96

20
23

Jan.

July
July

IS*
8*

9

7
3
Sept 14
Sept. 8

Jan.
Feb.

26

Oct.

c97

Oct.
Nov.

104% June 16
98% July 30

48% Nov.

97

74
74

Nov.

94% Jan.

Nov.

93

99%
102%
93%
53 4
102%
97%

Jan.

34% Nov.
91% Oct.
92
35

5

91

78

July
July
84% Oct.
87
May
52% Nov.

86

34% Nov. 28

96

4% Jan. 12
Oct. 14 103
Apr. 23
Nov. 20 100% Feb. 16

82% Oct.
98% Aug.

%

85

96

44
.....

Nov.

17

May 18

99% July 28
100
July 28

77
87

84% Nov.

Sale

94

68
65

88

Sale
Sale
98%

75

61

Nov. 30

38
42

85%

49

55

43% Nov. 10

-----

87
Sale

76%

Nov. 27

5

19
22
23
18

7

81
98
88
79

59

Jan.

19

Jan.

82

51

Feb.
Jan.

Nov. 30 108% Jan.
87% Nov. 19 102
Jan.

30

85

76

60

85

9

85

Mar. 24

90% Jan.
5
79% Feb. 19

,95

July

92

Nov.

18

16

113

95% June
93% Sept. 15
1% Sept. 18
85
34

Feb.

May
9
99
yy?4 May
98% May
102% June

Oct.

81% Nov. 13
44% Nov. 7

Sale

Saie

91%

Nov. 13

May 16

28 102

96% Nov.
75% Nov.

92

Mar. 12

96% Apr.
97

5

Nov. 24

39

89

10

9

Nov. 27

27

85%
84% Sale

8 107

24 103% Apr.
1*
14 100% Sept.14

Oct.

85

59

Sale

90

Nov. 14

97% Nov. 13
87% Nov. 19

22

Mar. 10

Jan.

66

30% Nov. 30

Sale

92

45,066

00%

50

35

93

Wheel 8c L Erie RR 1st con g 4s..1949 M 8
W!lke8-B 8c East 1st gu g 5s
1942 J D
Wllmar 8c Sioux Falls 1st 5s
1938 J
J

97
85

94 %

Nov. 27
Nov. 19

78

89%

88

3
96
86
40

Jan.

Nov. 25 101

94

85
85

92

3 102

Oct.
5 100
63% Nov. 27 100

100
90

97% Apr. 22

68
66

60

61% Nov. 17
35% Nov. 16

Sale

16

90% Jan.

054

25

Nov.
6 105% Mar. 10
Nov. 23
95% July 19
68
Nov. 20 106% Feb.
2
100% Jan. 14 102% Feb. 16
94
Oct.
7 113
Jan. 17
Last sale
Mar. 29
95

95% Jan.

35

81%

74

20

113%

100
81

100
95

102

98%

70

O

1966 M S
1976 M S

B

6

97

75%
704 Sale
69 4
72
88

Nov.

Feb.

117% Feb.

99% Jan.
100

80

00%

Oct.

26

102% July 25
93
Apr.
4
101% July 29
Apr.
4
50
July 31

97% Apr. 22

99

74%
97%
Sale

52% Nov.

100

84

45

Nov. 30

974
46

44

O

....

Nov.

83

96%

Jan.

111

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

31

92 %
Sale
Sale

2,000 West N Y A Pa 1st g 5s..
General gold 4s......
1,000
1943
112,000 Western Pacific 1st 5s ser A
1946
130,000 West Shore 1st 4s guar.........2361
9,000
Registered
2361

58
61

93

99
May 22
96% Mar. 6

108% Mar. 13
88% Feb. 19

50

97

50

85 %
91
94
84

8
A

Nov.

20 %
35

50

1952
1977
1937

Wheel 5c L E Ref 4%a ser A

9

79

054
05 4
054
054

84%

96 % Sale
100% Sale
110% U0»4
93 H Sale
95%

84

1945

201",606

78
Nov.
80 % Nov.

96 4 Nov. 11

1

July
50% Oct.

52%

J

2000 F A
1948 Q M
1945 F A

2,000 Wash Term

ser

61

94%

83
104

37 %

86

Ill" 102%

1941 J

Des Moines Div 1st g 4s.......1939 J
Omaha Div 1st g 3V$s.
....1941 A

Refunding 5s

58

Sale

J

1st lien 50-year gold term 4s..1954 J
Det 5c Ch Ex 1st g 5s

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30

35
35

90

Crux 5r P Asstg

1st mtge 4series B

Sale

J

Vandalia consol U 4s A.........1955 F A
Consol 4s Series B.
........1957 MN
Vera

Nov. 10

J

June 2008 M 8

1st lien 5c ref 5s

375,000

Nov. 10

61

1.

21 cl06%Mar, 17

49%

98%

85
O

4s...1947 J

Gold 4

4,000

99

Nov. 24
Nov. 30

98 H
94

1947 J

106,000

Nov. 30

51

-

70

85

Registered

81

Jan.

Sept,
98% Sept.
47% Oct.
20% Nov.

Sale

101

86

5s ctf of deposit

166",606

83

79

Sale

::::: 103"

J
S

paym't Dec 1930 int

345,000 Unior Pac RR Ac

98 H
99

O

.

1st

Sale
Sale

102

O

Tol St L 5t West 50-yr g 4«
1950 A
Tol W Va 5c Ohio 1st guar 4%a B.1933 J
1st guar 4s series C.
1942 M
Tor Ham 5c Buff 1st 4s
1946 J

as to

884 Nov. 17

JAN.

HiQhest,

Sale Prices.

83

Sale

88

j~D

5,000 Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term
1964 M S
2,000 Toledo 5t Ohio Cent 1st g 5s....1935 J
J

Stpd

81 % Nov. 30

Dec 1 2000 Mar

Gen 5c ref 5s series C

106,000

Sale Prices.

102

.....

Sale

103% 105"
92%
93%
101% 102
99 %

1953

Texas 5c Pacific 1st g 5s
*

Sale Prices.

53
59 %
61

97

56
71

1936 M 8

cons

Ask.

SINCE

Lowest.

95

Sale
110H Sale

Sunbury & Lewis 1st g 4s

?""f,6o6

Sale

86 %

1938 M S

1955 J

Staten Isl Ry 1st gu g 4%«

14,000
8,000
11,000
6,000
175,000
7,000
51,000
39,000
115,000

Ask. Bid.

HiQhest.

J
O

11,000
2,000 Spokane Internet 1st g 5s

4"66O

Sale

110

.1994 J

1956 A

First

RANGE

Lowest.

95% Mar.

Devel 5c gen 6%« series A
Memphis DIt 1st g 5s.......

"2"o6O

Nov. 30.

i

95

96 H

1994 J

Registered....

2,000

Bid.

2.

J

Devel 8c gen 4s series A.._.

45:666

Nov.

1955 J

184~666

27", 666

Ask.

101
97

J

1937 J

Stamped Federal tax
72,000 Southern Ry 1st cons 5s

3,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Jan. 2

N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE.

Value.

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Feb.

Oct.

Jan.
Feb.

11

6
23
25

May 12
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Feb.

6

July
July

2
7

63% Feb.

10

80

35% Nov.
74% Aug.

20

Jan.

88% Sept.19

INDUSTRIALS—

570,000

Abitibi Pow A

Paper 1st 5s......1953 J
5%«
1943

D

Sale

39

Sale

35% Nov.

48

Nov.

9

26

Oct.

88% Sale

88% Nov.

93

Nov.

6

Oct.

72%
78%

77

71

Nov.

78

79

79

Nov.

84

Nov. 18
Nov. 17

88
70

Abraham A Straus deb

21,000
14,000
25,000

With

warrants.....

Adams Express coll tr g 4s......1948

83%

Adriatic Elec Co external 7s

1952

91

...1936

12

Ajax Rubber 1st

16,606
7,000
10,000
370,000
235,000
311,000
48,000
13,000
6,000
11,000
20,000
606,000
30,000
261,000
281,000

f 8s.

s

10-year

coat 6s ser B (flat)

coot 5s_.1944
Collateral and convertible 5s..1949
conv

5s

1950 A

O

Allls-Cbalmers Mfg deb g 5s.....1937 M N

Alpine-Montan Steel 7s.
Amer Beet

Sugar

1955 M

8

80
80

27
90

Sale
Sale

26
87
35

Nov. 27
Nov.
2
Nov. 24

40

.Sale

41

25% Nov. 30

30

Nov. 30
Nov. 21

92

Nov.

98

1942 A

O
8

93
76
83 %

Sale

O

(with purch warr)
1942 A O
Amer Smelting A Ref 5s ser A..J1947 A O
Anur Sugar Refg 15-year 6s

1937 J

J

Amer Tel A Tel Conv 4&

1936 M

8

(nternat Corp conv $Hs..l949 J
s

1939 A

f gold 6s

A

J
O

95*4
Sale
Sale

87

"25"

29

92% Sale

25% Sale
92
93%
82

85

82

Nov. 19
Nov. 23

93

Sale

59 %

Sale

51

Sale

49

Nov. 30

6^r«

69
Sale

63% Nov.

71% Sale
70% Sale

80

103

73

Sale

103 %

68% Nov.
70
73
103

65

69

Sale

60

40 H
102

Sale
Sale

8

Sale

Sale

6

QQ

Sale

Sale

D

105
98 H
106

35-year sink fund deb 5s......I960 J
J
20-year sink ng fund 5 Ha
1943 MN

105 H
108

Sale

Convertible debentures 4%» .1939 J
35 year deb 5s.........
..1965 F

120H

Gas Corp—

30-year coll trust

..1946 J

Sale'
Sale
Sale

95
41

83

Sale
105 H

Sale
63

Sale

Deb 6Ha

Nov. 13
Nov. 14

37% Sale

2030 M

Amer

52

Nov. 30
Nov. 10
Nov. 7
Nov. 9

Sale

42

Amer Metal Ltd 5%s gold notes..1934

53%

6% Nov. 28
6%
54%
52%
44%

Nov.
9
Nov. 30
Nov. 30

100% Sale
83 H
86 4

98
89
104 %
92

52

6%

Nov. 11
Nov. 30

34

Sale

D

55
Sale

6

33

30

1953 J

6% Sale
6% Sale

102 *%

188

Sale
99

Sale

08

Sale

102% Sale
100% 102
102

Sale

102

Sale

101%

Sale

Sale

105
111

Sale

73%

Oct.
Oct.

6

78

Jan.

9

101
89

May 11
May 22..
100% May 15

8

Sale

A

1949 M N

10
10

14

34

O

American 1 G Chemical 5 %a

2

35% Sale

1935 F

....

14

Sale

1933 A

American Ices f deb 5s

6
54

Sale
83

2

40

deb 6s

conv

77
.....

92

Sale

10-year s f deb 6s
American Cyanwrald deb 5s
Amer & ForeignPower 5s

Amer Chain

73

Sale

89 %

Allegheny Corp coll tr

American Natural

165,000
501,000
198,000
56,000
386,000
1,065,000
812,000
283,000
1,438,000
19,000
199,000
77,000

"81"

1925

Sale
20
12
Sale

Albany Perforated Wrap Paper 6s 1948

Coll &

85%

5%
54

Alaska Gold M deb 6s A (flat)...1926

17.000 Amer Mach A Fdy

314,000

........

97

4

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

88
73

9
Nov. 11

7
Nov. 17

c81% Nov. 13
78% Nov. 10

Nov. 18 104
Nov. 11
Nov. 30
77% Nov. 9
Nov.

Nov.

9

Nov.

0

Nov. 10

6

102%
98%
101%
101%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

103% Nov.

105
Ill

Nov.

cl08%Nov. 18

Nov.

118

Jan.

14

Feb.

5
5

June

10

Mar. 30

June

7

Aug. 29

50
33
34
26
87
35
25
92
82
46
60
60
73
103
55
6

Apr.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
Feb. 24
Feb. 24
Feb. 25

el04

Nov.

Mar. 24
Jan.
9
102
Feb. 10
90
Feb. 18
88
Mar, 9
85
Jan. 12
102
Mar 11
9 5*4 Mar. 11

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
Oct.

Sept.
Nov.

96% Oct.
102

101% Nov. 12
104% Nov. 13

96% Oct.
101% Nov.
100

§r%
85

Feb.

Oct.

103% Nov. 20

9

78

8?%

11

Sept.

Oct.

Aug. 12

94

47

100% Sept. 22
95

Mar.

3

51% Jan. 14
104% Jan.
2
105% Aug. 4
100
Sept.28
103% Apr. 21
cl()9%May 21
111% Aug. 21
135
Feb. 26
cl 10% Aug. 26

A

105%

Sale

105 *4
116
102 %

1940 A

O

90%

O

103%
101%

Sale

Amer Water Works A Elec coll 5s. 1934 A

Sale

96

Sale

94

Mar. 11

94

Nov.

97

102

Sale

86

Sale

Nov. 17
Nov.
5

100

Sale

83

Sale

93% Oct.

104

Jan

9

83

Nov.

92

Nov. 11

78

100% Apr

2

.,

Amer

„..

Type Founders deb 6s

Debenture gold 6s series A
c

Cash sale,




s

Option sale.

J

1975 MN

Sale
Sale

97%

100%
98%

Sale
Sale

99%

100% Nov.
96% Nov.

Nov.

9

104% Oct.
109% Oct.

103% Nov.

4

100

100

Oct.

Nov.

Oct.

N. Y. STOCK
Sales in

H.

Value.

Bid.

11,000 Baldwin Locom Works 1st s f 5s..1940
6,000 Baraqua (Comp Azucar) 7%a ...1937
1943
106.000 Batavian Pete fttd deb 4%$
1936
2,000 Beldlnft-Heroin way conr 6s
1948
168,000 Bell Telephone of Pa 1st 5s B
First Ac ref 5s series G
1960
146,000
72,000 Beneficial Indus Loan deb 6s....1946

1.

1951
1959

Berlin City Electric deb 6H*

6%a—..

102"" Sale'

30

Sale

13

90

90

95

76%

95
Sale

63

Sale

II*

87
Sale

161%

17

16I"

Nov.

2

25% Nov.

9

40

Nov.
6
Nov. 30

30
13
10

Nov.

63 % Sale
101% Sale
L06% 107%
Sale

42

J

J

J

J

J

J

J

A

O

45

Sale

13

9%
Nov. 7 76%
Sale
60% Nov. 17 65%
86% Nov. 17 86%
79%
Sale
101
Nov. 2 100%
Sale

73

Nov. 30
Nov. 28
Nov. 4
Nov. 10

102 %
8

10
Sale

Sale

70% Sale"
68 % Sale

Nov.

4

May
July

2
6

Oct.

3 101% Mar. 10
Jan.
6
92
6

II*
ill?*

Oct.
June

3
Nov. 17
Oct.

Nov.

4

Nov.

102% Nov.
Nov.
78% Nov.

7

Nov. 24

9

Nov.

15

60

7

Nov.

9

Sale

105

Sale

104% Nov.

2

Nov. 10

41%

85
Sale

39

40

Sale

104 %
83

68

Sale

36% Sale

69

Sale
Sale

45

Sale

4

Nov. 28

Nov.

6

SIX

31% Sale
27

Nov.

39

Sale

Nov. 30

Nov.

6

Nov. 30

Nov.

6

26

Nov.

85

79% Nov. 30

79% Sale

Jan.

6

Jan.

£2*
98

9i

75% Sept. 29

4

Nov.

Nov. 24

Oct.

7

Nov. 16

2

6

85

6

9

5 103% Apr.
94% Oct.
Sept.
98% Sept. 22 107

6

102% Nov.

85

14% July

13 104% Sept. 11
June 12
6 104
1
68 ? Jan.
9

Oct.

40

Nov. 10

96

80
99
Sale

90
105

111

45

Sale
Sale

104

Sale

S
D

Sale

96 %

95
Sale

93% Sale

107% Sale

89

45

102 X
7

Sale Prices.
Feb. 27
77
Mar. 6
June 29
26
87

88

17

48*
96

95 %

6

Nov. 30

95

1955

Debenture 6s

Ask.
Sale

13

9%
103%
86 % Sale
72% Sale

J

M

32

28

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Price;.

Sale Prices.

Sale

Bid.

Sale

14

166""

M N

J

Ask. Bid.

40

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

20

Ask.

69
66

55

65%

2.

Nov.

1931.

%

Deb sinking fund

JAN.

SINCE

Jan. 2

Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.

1947 J J
37,000 Aroer Writ Paper 1st ft 6s
61,000 Anftlo-Chll Nitrate 7s without war '45 M N
Antilla Suft (Comp Azuc) 1st 7%i *39 I
J
Certificates of deposit.......— J
J
Ark Ac Memp Bdfte Ac Term 1st 5s.1964 M S
834,000 Armour Ac Co. 1st real estate 4H* 1939 J D
1943 J
J
1,060,000 Armour Ac Co of Del 1st 816s
2,000 Armstrong Cork conr deb 5s.....1940 J D
28,000 Associated Oil 6% ftold notes... 1935 M S
Atlanta Gas Llftht 1st 5s
....1947 J D
78"666 Atl Gulf & W I SS Line coll tr 5S.1959 J J
..1937 J
J
64,000 Atlantic Reflnlnft deb 5s..

376,000
128,000
264,000

RANGE

IN NOVEMBER.

PRICES

Price

BONDS

November

35

EXCHANGE-BONDS

48

22

Feb.

25

96*

Aug. 1§
Aug. 11
Apr.
9
July 21

Nov. 24

102% Oct.
102% Oct.
78
Sept.
28% Oct.
28% Oct.
23% Sept.

6
9

Jan.

19
19

25
6

Mar. 24

19

22

Mar. 24
Mar. 21

Berlin Elec Eler At Undftrd Rys—

194,000
33,000
126,000
45,000
66,000
46,000
6,000
4,000
17,000
84,000
595,000
15,000
1,000

A

1956

1st 6 %•
Bethlehem Steel 1st At ref 5s ft

O

A.1942 UN

104 %

J
30-year pur At iron s f 5s... —1936 J
Binft Ac Blnft s i deb 6%c
...1950 M S
Botany Cons Mills sec s f 6%s—1934 A O
M

7s..1934

Bowman-Blltmore Hotels 1st

Broadway Ac 7th Are 1st con 5s..1943 J

J

J

J

%

2,000
102.000
5,000
18,000
37,000
5,000
13,000
130,000

F

D
D

Buffalo Ac Susq Iron ften s f 5s__.?932
Buffalo Gen Elec 4%a ser B......1981

s

Cent Hud G Ac E 1st 5s

6

Feb.
Feb.

Mar. 13

July

June 10
Jan. 12

70

66%

4%

75
[04% Sale

Sale

91

Sale

Sale

80

55.
56

60
Sale

56

Sale

86

106%
117
250

Sale

103
92

104
55

Sale

74

Sale

MN

Sale

87

A

O

Sale

A

O

Sale

D

F

Sale

100
96

l66""

80

104 % 105 %

S

Sale"

MN
J

95 %

Sale

103

68

102% 101
Sale

11*

71
87

Sale

13

27

37

37

Sale

100

Sale
Sale

84

Sale

Sale

78

Sale

Sale

101

71

49X

81

62%
60%

o

92 %

Sale

88% Sale

J

75%

J

51

Sale

33% Sale

97
90

Sale
Sale

70

79%

J

A

100% Sale
100 %

f 5s...1934

FA

MN

1947 J

J

99

QQ

100

65

86 %
90

Sale
92

85% Sale

Sale

82

23%

30

106 X Sale
102

•

105 %
80

63
99

49%

53

II*

Sale

"32"

74
Sale

66%

103 %
Sale
Sale
Sale

102 % 104 %

91%
89%

88% Sal£

70

78

65

Sale

Nov.

97

Nov.
Nov.

50

89% Nov.

83% Sale
Sale

90

82% Sale

MS

Nov. 9
Nov. 13
Nov. 16
Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.

95
95

Nov. 13
Nov. 16
Nov.
4

90

95

92

92

90%

&
90

Sale

ProV. & Co
,

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

97% Sale
98% 101%
103% Sale
54% Sale
32% Sale
72

102%
Sale

95
mm.

40

27

75

102%
84%

85

84

80 "
Sale

Sale

79

Sale

54

3% Sale

Sale

Sale

102% 100

6

Sale

93

J

99

100

Sale

96

99 X

Sale

100
3

96

24,000

Denver Gas Ac El 1st Ac ref

1951

10,000

Pa tax
.....
Dery (D G) Corp 1st a f 7s......1942
Second stamped
Detroit Edison Co 1st coll tr 5s..1933
Gen At ref 5s series A..........1949
Gen At ref 5s series B..........1955
Gen At ref 5s ser C
.....1962

MN
M S

J

J

84,000
A O
184,000
J D
34,000
F A
37,000
Gen Ac ref 4%s series D—.....1961 F A
689,000
Det United 1st cons ft 4%«
1932 J J
61,000
.....1940 MN
462,000 Dodge Bros s f deb 6s
MN
47,000 Dold (Jacob) Pack 1st 6s_.......1942
Dominion Iron Ac Steel 5s.......1939 M S

ref 20-year 7s..1942 J

Corp (Germany) 6%a__1950 M B
1st sinking fund 6Ha
...1953 A O
Elkhorn Coal 1st At ref 6%t
1931 J D
Deb 7% notes (with warr)
1931 J D
Equitable Gas 1st con 5s
...1932 M 8
Ernesto Breda Co 1st M 7s.'54
F A
With stock purch warrants
Federal Lt At Tr 1st s f 5s
1942 M B
First I s f 5s stamped
1942 M 8
1st lien s f 6s stamped
1942 M S
Elec Pow

D

July 20
Feb. 14
Mar. 12
Jan. 10
Jan.
9
Feb. 26

39% Oct.
57% Oct.

Sept. 19
Oct. 19

20
73

Nov.

62

34

Oct.

9

Nov

11

10
5

6

Nov.

6

Nov, 10

4

100
102

6

Nov,

6

97

Nov,

94

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov,

Nov, 21

101

Nov

101% Nov,

101

Nov.

102

Nov.
Nov.

104

9
10

7

Nov.

Nov.

98

Sale

Sale

85

Nov.

91

57% Nov.

61

Nov.

100

1
64
23 102%
29 105%
Nov.
4 99%
Apr.
Oct.

Sale
99 X

10

Sale

92%

96
98
117% 105

97
115
77

Sale

43

71

Sale
80

110
43

20

Sale

*

21

99
93
93
95

Oct.

33
..

Sale
78

c49
71

99

Sale

82%

78%
83%

100

Sale

76

94

71

-

47

75%
76%

Oct.

79% Oct.
53

Nov. 27
88% Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 2 cl03

75
99

Oct.

6

Oct.

83

78

9% Nov. 30

10% Nov.

96% Nov. 13

98

Nov.

33% Nov. 30
30% Nov. 30
20
Nov.
2

50

9

Nov.

78%
86
82

16

15
12
18

16
18

50% Nov.
24

Nov.

4 100% Nov. 11

46

Nov.

78

Nov. 18
Nov. 23
Nov. 10

Nov. 11 c49
Nov. 20 78%
76% Nov. 23 78%
82% Nov.
5 88

Jan.

9

Jan.

9

June 26
Jan.

28

July

25

Jan.

10

22
20
14
18

June 22

104% June 27
«

61

6

2

93% Aug. 19
Aug. 21
Nov. 19

Oct.
15 73
Mar. 23 100

Jan.
Oct.

Mar. 31
5 101
5 106% Mar.23
27 cl06%July 29
Mar. 26
9 42
9

96% Nov. 13,110
115% Jan.
9 123%
89
32
Oct. 17
30% Nov. 30 §7H
20
Nov.
2 81
10

100% 100% Nov.

8

22

Oct. 29
cl5
June 10
104% July 29
109% July 24
108 % Sept. 12
20 110
May 18

Oct.

90
90

20

Sale
85

26 105

95% Oct. 27Last sale
8
May 12
100% Oct. 19
101
Sept. 29
102
Oct. 13

Nov.
Nov.

114

Sale

33

20

93

100

Sale

33

85

80

Sale

97

100% 100% 100

55 X Sale
85
94

Sale

9% Sale

Sale
Sale

57
101 %

80
cl03

7
2

Mar. 31

Aug.
Oct.
5 105% Aug.
Nov. 28 101% Aug.
Oct.
6 100
Sept.

9

30

87

20
22

94 % Oct. 23 105% May 23
90
Nov. 30 100
May 21

Nov.
Nov.

89

92

May

27

7
July
July 28
Mar. 9
96% Jan.
5

3% Oct.

100

98% Nov.

Sale

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

93 % Mar. 18

15

29
27 85
6 14%
16
6
Sept. 22
4% Nov. 21 10
5
Sept.12 17
6 106%
1005 Oct.
70
54
_

17

6% Nov

Nov.

86

Jan.

16'101

Oct.

Nov

90

100

70

6
4

Oct.

90

95

90

Mar. 16
Feb. 11

95% Mar. 13
99
Sept. 12

June

61

63% Nov
c5
Nov

Sale

Sale
103% Sale

74
83

*

20

82

99

103

Mar. 17
June 15

May
71102
Oct.
Sept.
89% Oct. 14! 99% Aug.
89% Oct.
5;100% May
June
105
Sept. 30 108
4 1015
July
99% Feb.
Oct. 10 103
May
95
Oct.

100
84

32% Nov
80% Nov, 20
102% Nov, 27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

100

Jan. 12
Mar. 10

99%
94%
Oct.
6 101%
82
83
.101%
Sept. 21
6 100
80% Oct.
95
Sept. 29] 99%
89

1

Sept. 21
Aug. 4
July 28
July 24

Sept. 22

Oct.

2

102% Nov.
103% Nov.
103% Nov.

58%

5
23

55
88

Sept.

Nov. 20

99% Nov. 28 105% Sept. 3
1
100% Oct.
11106% June
40
Nov. 30| 85
Jan. 16

103

64

27

5

101% Nov.

90

May 21
Jan.

-Nov, 10
9
Nov,
5
Nov,

Sale

97
82
60

19il06
201 96

Oct.

99% Nov,

64

103% 1015

Oct.

23 % Sept. 22
48% Apr.
2
103
Jan.
9 108% May
8
95
Oct. 19 104
Aug. 27

Sale

-

J

Duke-Price Pow (Ltd) 1st 6a A..1966 MN

A O
252,000 Duquesne Llftht 1st mtfte ft 4%a A1967
1937 M S
45,000 Eastern Cuba Sugar s f 7%a
Stamped as to a f guar
J
1939 J
"6:660 Ed El 111 Bkn 1st con ft 4s
Ed El 111 N Y 1st cons ft 5s...
1995 J J

30-year deb 6a series B........1954 J

8
5
6%
102 X Sale
102 X Sale
106
Sale
105%
—
7

Oct

7

105

5
Nov.
101% Nov.

1969

3

Nov,

106

3% Nov.
6% Nov.
4% Nov.

94

J

6
50% Nov,
28% Nov, 11

Nov.

55

Sale
Sale

"7"

Bks. und

9

95% Nov. 30
Foreign Bds.

Nov.
Nov.

40

8

9

101

103

MN

5

Nov. 20

106

99% Nov.
100% Nov.

105% 102

6

Nov.

93% Nov.

24% Nov.
104% Nov.
97% Nov.

Sale

19

90

89% Nov.
90
Nov.
105
Nov.

Sale

79

100

7

Nov.
Nov.

66%
90%
92%
89%

94

105% 107
93%
93%
95
103H 95% Sale

105

Nov. 17

36
75

94

106

105

Nov. 30 103% Nov.

29% Nov.
73
Nov.
65
Nov.
83% Nov.
90
Nov.
82
Nov.

Sale




88

55

Sale

,

Nov.

Sept.

Nov. 19121% June 11
Jan.
9
Jan.
9 218

Oct. 30 106
Nov. 30,100
77% Aug. 21 98%
87
Oct.
5101
13
Nov. 30: 45
27
Oct.
5! 70%
100% Oct.
6,106%
33% Mar. 3 89
101% Oct. 14 106%
80% Nov. 30 99%
93% Sept. 17:115
31% Jan.
3 60
6
Oct. 20! 59
74
10
Sept. 2,101%
27% July 11 45
28
99% Oct. 14 106%

66% Nov. 11
74% Nov.
9
89% Nov. 10

16
102 X

Option sale.

Nov. 28

Nov.
Nov.
55% Nov.
88% Nov.

Stpd with purch warr attached—
62 ,666'Cumb T At T 1st At ften 5s
1937 J J
36,000 Cuyamel Fruit 1st s f 6s A......1940 A O
J
1971 J
102,000 Delaware Pr & Lt 1st M 4%s

s

Nov.

June 18

71

53

93X
92
90
Sale

92

98%

7%

June 28

6,
29113

101

60

95

See German

D

f ft 6s 1951 J

73
66

Sale

93%
95
91% Sale
104% 106 %
99.

55
Sale
Sale

101

74

Cuban Dom Suft 1st 7%«
Certfs of dep stpd and unstpd

Cash sale-

Nov.

12

54

c

Nov.

Nov. 11
Nov. 30
Nov.
7

80% Nov. 30
93% Nov. 6
Nov. 12

74 %

41,000
10,000
7,000
5,000

78

45

12

6

Sale

63

O

2

19 107% Sept.12
Feb. 26
81% Oct. 22 93
69
Nov. 30,101% Feb. 18
85
Oct. 30 103% Jan. 23
Mar.
2
68
Nov. 13 104

98

Nov.

102% Nov.

Nov.

47% Sale

94

Nov.

68

Nov.

1940 M S
J
1950 J
1944 MM

26:600

Nov.

91

103%

78"

54,000
3,000

78

101

Sale
Sale

192",000

85

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

96
101

5

85

Sale

Donner Steel 1st

102% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

97

'96""

162:656

114

218
98

6

94

74% Oct.
103% Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 19 114

103% 101% Nov.

91

A

15-year deb ftold 5s
1943
7,000,Copenhagen Telep extl a f ft 5s.. 1954

3,000

Nov.

O

J

87

102

59

M S

A

69

93
Sale

Sale

114
32

113
29

98

84

"88*
20

17%
21

85

Nov. 21

101% 104
85
89 %

A

MN
M

80

215

78

104,000

5s

Nov. 30

114

J

D

as to

Nov.

56

120

A

F

J

Stamped

55

Nov.

103% Nov. 30 106% Nov.

101

MN

D

ftold 4%s

Nov.

56

Sale

69 %
104
Sale

J

1st mtge

55

Sale

Sale

of Am 1st a f ft 6S.1946

2,000

65

103

95% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

10
13

1
Feb. 13
Sept. 30
Oct. 19108% Sept. 9
86% Oct.
5 102% May 12
4

Nov.
Nov.

103% 106
114
119%
200
100% Sale

Sale

••

Cuban Cane Products deb 6s

71
107

No\.

"82**

80

55

J
63,000 Consol Hydro-Elec 1st s f ft 7s...1956
D
.....1950
202,000 Consol Coal Md 40-yr 5s
1945 F A
464,000 Consol Gas (N Y) deb 5%«_*
Deb ftold 4%» w 1
1951 J D
1,004,000
J D
10,000 Consum Gas Chic 1st guar ft 5s..1936
1952 MN
83,000 Consumers Power 1st lien 5s

Crowm Zeilerbach deb 6s w w

4% Nov.

Last sale

95%

94 %
98

Crown Willamette Pap 1st s

4

90% Nov.

55
60

95"" "95%

Crown Cork At Seal • f 6s

28

88

1952 MN
Apr 15
1952 A O
Jan 15 1961 J J

Corn Prod Ref 1st 25-yr •

2

Oct.

78

....1932 J J
1st 4%«_. .,.1957 J J
Commercial Credit s f 6s
1934 MN
12,000
Coll trust 5%a ser A
1935 J J
5,000
Comm'l Inr Trust conr deb5%«.1949
185,000
1941
17,000 Computing-Tab-Record • f 6a
Conn Ry At Lt 1st ft 4%l.——-1951
Stamped guar 4%a
........1951
*i",666
Consol Aftrlc Loan 6%«
1958

12,000
22,000
37,000
71,000
80,000
3,000
48,000
49,000

Oct.

3% Apr.

92

Columbus Ry P At L

32,000 Container Corp

19

60

Sale

Columbus Gas 1st ftold 5s

"24:666

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Columbia Gas At Elec deb 5s
Deb 5 s.

July
7
May 15
Apr.
2
Aug.
1

29

Sale
Sale

A

Debenture 5s

Nov. 17

Nov.
Nov.
3% Nov.
4% Nov.
66% Nov.

4%

Sale

14,000 Colo Fuel At Iron Co ften s f 5s..1943
128,000 Colo Indus 1st coll tr 5s ftu.....1934

272,000
39,000
265,000

31

75

85

1938

deb 6s

35% Nov.

63

3%
3%
66%

Sale"

1947
240,000 Chill Copper deb ft 5s
267,000 Cin Gas & Elec 1st mtfte ft 4s A..1968
Clearfield Bit Coal 1st 4s
1940
conr

23

27

J

Cent 111 Elec Ac Gas 1st 5s
1951
15,000 Central Steel 1st sink fund 8s...1941
1948
194,000 Certain-teed Prod s f g 5%s A
Cespedes Sugar 1st ftold 7 Ha
1939
Cbes Corp conr col tr ft 5s May 15 1947
450",656
Chicago City At Conn Ry 5s.Jan 1927
1937
16*666 Chic Gas L Ac C 1st ftu ft 5s
Chicago Rys 1st 5s stamped
Aug 1 1929 lnt 10% paid
1927
12,000
1943
81,000 Child s Co deb 5s

Colon Oil

2

Oct.

Sale

42%

69
89

MN

50", 666

76",066

Oct.

96

Sale

98

May 1931 F A
J an 1957 M 8

f 6s

Mar. 18

98

75

6

O

Bush Term Bldfts 5s ftu tax

28,000 Central Foundry 1st

26% Sept. 22

Nov.
Nov.

63

O

1955

Consol 5s

Nov.

Sale

*29"

A

1952

Bush Terminal Co lst4s

50
101

35
27

Sale

J

ex...I960
By-Product Coke 1st 5Hi ser A..1945
Cal Gas Ac El Corp unlf At ref 5s..1937
Calif Packlnft conr deb 5s..... .1940
Calif Pet conr deb a f ft 5s.......1939
1938
"5"66o Conr debsf ftSH*
4,000 Camaguey Sugar sink fund 7s ..1942
3.000 Canada Steamship Lines 1st 6s..1941
20,000 Central Dist Tel 1st 30-year 5s...1943

,

A

M N
J

1936

Sale

85

Convertible debentures5a....1950 J

263*656

Sale

98

103

32% Nov.
99% Nov.
96% Nov.
31
Nov.

32% Sale
L03

104"

66%

1947 MN

1st lien Ac ref 6s ser A
Conr deb 5J4s__.__._

54

2

Brooklyn Rap Tr 1st refcon ft

1,000

Sale

99% Sale
97% Sale

60
3%

105%

n*

Bklyn Queens Co Ac Sab fttd 5s..1941 MN
J
1st 5s stamped...............1941 J

4s 3003
.1950
27",000 Brooklyn Un El 1st ft 4-5s
49,000 Brooklyn Union Gas Co 1st ft 5s.l945

104
8

J* "86

J

Brooklyn City RR 1st 5s........1941
Brooklyn Edison Inc gen 5s A...1949

1968

83
Sale

97

S

78

D

Certificates of deposit........

Bklyn-M Tr R T Sec 6s

101% Sale

June

100% Nov.

9

20

Oct.

5

Oct.
May 21
Apr". 1 i
_

Apr. 13

May 19
June

4 101Jan.

9

14

Mar. 16
Oct. 14 76
Nov. 20 98
Apr. 27
76% Nov. 23 97
Apr. 18
fi
82% Nov. 5 103% May
Jan.
2
76% Oct. 28 100

35
78

36
Sales in

N.

7. STOCK EXCHANGE.

Gannett Co deb 6s

191",666

Gas 5c Elec (Bergen Co) 5s
Gelsenkirchen Mining 6s

Federated Metals conv 7s.......1939 J
Fiat deb s f 7s
1946 J

General Elec

1945

Deb 6 >6a without warrs attached..
S f deb g 6s
1948 MN
Gen Motors Acceptance deb g 6S.1937 F A
Gen Petroleum 1st s f 5s..Aug 151946

Gould Coupler 1st 15-yr

s

Sale

MN

74 H
Sale
Sale

1944
1950

1942

90

1952

Illinois Bell Telep 1st 5c ref 5s A .1956 J D
Illinois Steel deben 4 >6 8
.1940 A O
llseder Steel Corp Mtge 6s
1948 F A
Indiana Limestone 1st a f 6s.._. 1941 M N
Ind Nat Gas & Oil ref 5s
.1936 M N

1st

m 8

4*6> A.. 1978 A O

f g

s

f 4*6s ser B

1981 F
.1956 A

...

tr 4 Ms

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
58 *4
Sale
51
Sale
101*6 105
101*£ Sale
101

102*6

105*4
101M

Sale
Sale
Sale
49

71

s*
45

Sale

38

Sale

35

100

78

Sale

49

Nov.

81

Sale

79

Sale

77

88

77

80

20

34

Internat Hydro El deb 6s

29*6

30

33

Sale

73

62*6
39 *4

Sale

63*6 Sale

Sale

39

Sale

85

88*6
36*6
Sale
39

90 M
36
50

Sale

Sale

30

Sale

g*
80

45*4

65
34 M
Sale
Sale

38

9*4
43
72
42

100

97

87

88

Sale

10 *6

55 *4
90

Sale
Sale

37 *4
74 *4

40
Sale
65

99
76 h
Sale

Sale

99*4 100
50*4
55
.72*4 Sale
58*4 Sale

49^

50

99

50

Nov. 13

72*6 Nov.

55

55

Sale

53

81

Sale

76

Sale

Sale

50

70

Sale

59

Sale

1955 F
1947 J

D

60*6

B with warrants... .1948 A

O

60

65
65

60

65

Kings Co E L 5c Pow gold 5s
Purchase money 6s
ii",6o6 Kings Co Elevated 1st g 4s
2,000 Kings Co Lighting 1st ref 5s
1st 5c ref 6 Ms
Kinney (G R) Co conv 7Ms
Kresge Foundation coll tr 6s
62,660
830 Kreuger 5c Toll 5s with war...

54

65

60

60*6

65

60*6 Nov: 20

60

86

86

88

Sale

31*6

Sale

24*6 Sale

75

79
Sale

51

Sale

44

61

Sale

59*4

Sale

75

85

70

74

70

Sale

70

im

45

56*6

Sale

Nov. 30

67

Oct.

75
75
23

Oct.

4

38
25

8

Oct.

Nov. 17

40

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

72
Nov.
2,
Nov.
9
38*6
Nov. 25 100
Nov. 18 100

June

94

Oct.

6

63

Oct.

101 M Oct.
95
Oct.
28
Oct.
10
Oct.
97
Nov.

97*6 Jan. 10
96*6 Mar. 20
10*6 June 10

80

Oct.

Lautaro Nitrate Co 6s

23*4 Sept

64*6 Nov. 28
55

98*6 Feb.

11

Oct.

19

Oct.

Oct.

97

97

c56

Sale

77

24

69*6 Jan. 10
84*6 Mar. 19

60

5,

Oct.

5

75

Sept. 29

96*6 Nov.

Nov. 24

95

97
85

85

F

A

101M Sale

9
Nov.
Nov. 11
Nov. 18

97

Sale
•

16

Sale

11

90

100*6

90

98*4

100*6 Sale
100

78

"93"

93

Nov. 10

7

94

Nov. 13

95*6
99*6

95

97

94

Nov.

4

95*6 Nov.

"98"

Nov.

93

96

36

llH

95
50

65

50

40

95

97

-

9
Nov. 25
Nov.
5!

42

45

52*6

40

30

Oct.

94*6 Oct.
80

30

48
Sale

116

Sale

100*6 Nov.

122

Sale

105

16

May
6
Aug. 29
Mar.

9

94*6 Apr. 10

l!

105
Sept. 1
6 104*6 May 12

Nov. 30 103 *4 Feb.
Oct.
8 103*6 Mar.

105*6
96* Sale
Sale

72 M
102 *6

4
7

82

81

Sale
Sale

50
Sale
Sale

89

Sale

90

72*6
70*6

Sale

65*6 Sale

65

Nov.
Nov.

65

Sale

69

Nov.

106*6 Sale

105

Nov.

20 *

106*4

MN
F

1943

1947
9,000 Marion Steam Shovel s f g 6s
Market Street Ry 1st 7s
Apr 1940
41,000
Mead Corp 6s with warrants..... 1945 M
42,000
Meridional El 1st 7s...
1957 A
45,000
39,000 Metropolitan Edison lst5cref 5sC. 1953
1st g 4Ms series D
1968
57,000
Met Water, Sewer & Drain 5*6 8— 1950
59,000
^,000 Met West Side Elev (Chicago) 4s_ 1938

A

O

Sale
Sale

Sale

101

104

81

84

8

Montana Power 1st 8c ref 5s A

Ry 5c Lt 1st 5c ref 5s

ser

B

...

....

Option sale.

50
40

Sale

88

Sale

88

Sale

64

Sale

63*6 Nov.

39

Sale

32

38

56*6
53*6
Sale

94*6

"89""

O

Sale
Sale

102
89

104

100*6 Sale
70

Sale

62*6

75
Sale

101

Sale

J

101*6 Sale

1943

102*6 Sale

1962

100

101

38*6
32

97*6
25

90
31

38
92

95

Apr.
Oct.

94*6 Jan.

32*6 Nov

30

25
84

Oct.

47

Jan.

Sept.

98

Feb. 25
Jan. 12

99

Sale

88

Sale

87

41*6

Sale

38

Sale

"29*6

55
Sale

30"
95

Sale

95*6
97*6

Sale

Jan. 12
Mar. 25

89

Sale

Sale

40
35

62* June 22

"16

99

Sale

Apr. 23
9
84*6 Jan,

Nov

Sale

Sale

35*6 Oct.
30*6 Oct.

100

Nov. 25

Sale

88*6

Oct.
Oct.

14
11

90

80*6

Sale

Nov.

52

10
10
18

32

48

100

88

24

19

Nov.

Sale

96

2

9

Mar. 18

95*6 Mar.
115
Aug.
9556 Aug.
101*6 Nov.
108
May
87*6 Mar.

89

Sale

35

95

2

9

6

6

Jan,

9

May 18
Sept. 14

99*6 Feb.

40*4 Nov.

87*6
55*6

97*6

90*6 Nov.
68*6 Nov.

2
Mar. 16
Feb.
3

2
6

16

Mar,

4
Nov. 25

85

48*6

57
2 125
19 cllO

13
25

38*6 Nov.

Sale

89*6

55

9
2
22

32

32*6
85*6

84*6

52

1

Jan.

12*6 Sept.

Sale

96*6
97*6
97*6

Nov. 30
2

97*6
89

13

85*6 Sept. 21
100
Sept. 29
Oct.

10

Sale

82

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

30

20
-

Oct.

20

Sale

63*6

20
16

'li*

Nov. 24! 93*6 Nov. 12
98*6 Nov. 2 101*4 Nov. 18
1 103*6 Nov. 11
101*6 Nov.
Nov. 27
10 41
37*6 No

89

N

D

102*6 102

119*6 Nov. 23
2 104*6 Nov. 17
82
Nov.
9
2j 94
51
30
73*6 Nov. 2
54
16! 72*6 Nov. 10
19 107*6 Nov. 10 102*6
2

88

94*6 Sale
78*6 Sale
20*6
35

48
Sale
85

196ljJ

Sale

Sale

47
93

1971 J

88

101*6 Sale

89

40

O

1936|M 8

Sale

Nov.

38

92*6

J

117*4
103*6

31

D

1956

Milw El

Sale

91*6

47
98

135,000
148,000
30,000

72*6

99

D

....

KK
98

75*6 Mar. 19

June 11

116

86*6 Sale

56

f 5s

9
Nov.
Nov. 25
Nov. 11

94

Sept. 21

Nov. 23 102*4 Sept.
Oct, 14 102*6 Sept.
Nov, 4 102*6 June
Oct. 21 102*6 June
Nov. 9 100*6 Mar.
Jan.
Aug. 13
78

Aug.

101

O

s

98
50
51

6

gl*4
92

50

O

213,000
225,000

4

99*6

"81"

20

1942 A

f g 7s

7

23

20

D
1941 J
1950 M N

Mfr tr ctfs, Namm 5c Son 6a

18*4 Nov.

91*6 Nov.
Nov.
92

63

on.. 1942




Nov. 28

93*6
92*6

62 *6
50

1951

Stamped Oct 1931 coupon

s

10

90*4

100 *6

99

90,000 Manhattan Ry (N Y) con g 4s.._. 1990
2d 4s
2013
2,000
Manila El Ry 5c Lt 1st 5s...
1953

sale,

Sale

92

1944

Mc <08800 5c Robbins deb 5Ms
Manati Sugar 1st s f 7M«

Cash

87

96

8!

19 103

48

Sale

4
97*4
Nov.
2 100
Nov. 30 c93
Nov.
2
90*6

23 120

Oct.

Sale

1941

36,000 McCrory Stores deb gold 5 Ms

c

11
14

28

Oct.

72*4 Apr.
94

99*6 Nov. 13
9
61*6 Nov.

97

1944

Lorlllard (P) Co 7s
5s_.

Deb gold 5s series A

Jan.

17
21
6

103

85

Lombard Elec 7s without warr.. 1952
With warrants

1st mtge gold 5s

Apr. 22

110

Nov.

Sale
Sale

,

•

26 105*6 June
30 107
May
28 100
Aug.
Oct.
7
75*6 Mar.
Nov. 20
78*6 Jan.
Jan.
2
71
Aug.

Sept.21
Sept. 12
May 25
Nov. 11 107*6-Sept. 19

Sale

88*6 Sale

7

Mar.
6
Mar. 11

95*6 Oct.
97 M Oct.
85*6 Oct.

39

10

Mar. 25

91*6 July
75
76

97

1964

f g 6s

conv

96

6
5

90*6
87*6

1951

Midvale StAc Ord

Jan.

2

60

20
45

103

Nov.

1954

5s

s

27

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

51

96*6

1934

Liggett 5c Myers Tobacco 7s

9,000 Mlag Mill Mach 1st

Mar. 21
Jan.
9

29

101

...

"5",606

6 100
97

25

Sept.
Sept.
39*6 Oct.
44*1 Nov.
51*6 Oct.

101M 102M
101M Sale

1944

Debenture gold 5Ms..
1937
1,161,000
Loulsv Gas 5c El 1st 5c ref 5s
1952
101,000
Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec
6M«- 1944
38,000

326,000

16

14
7

58

8

44

1st 5c refunding 5s
1st 5c refunding 5s

s

Feb.

93*6 Feb.
99*6 Jan.

70
May 25 82
102*6 Nov. 14! 101*4 Nov. 6 105*6
120
Oct. 24 140
72*6 Nov. 23 85*6
76*4 Nov.

53*6 Nov.

97*4

10
13
24
28
30

51

A

1954

First 5c ref sinking fund 5s
1st 5c ref s f g 5s

Loew's Inc deb

6 100

2
40*6 Oct.
53
Sept. 21

50

June 22

64*6 Apr.
95
Apr.
87
July
99*6 Apr.
76*4 Jan.

Nov. 13

60

O

First 5c ref sinking fund 5s.... 1974

60,000
56,000
167,000
183,000
18,000
148,000
105,000

78

25

50

F

Cons sink fund 4H> ser G
1954
22,000
23,000 Lehigh Valley Coal 1st 5s....... 1933
1st 40-yr gu int red to
1933
4%

1,000
8,000

9*4 Jan.
3
77*6 June 22

Nov. 28

1954

Without warrants
372,000
20,000 Lehigh Coal 5c Nav 4Ms.....

~4~,665

3

5

Nov.
5
Nov.
2
Nov.
2
70*6 Nov. 16

Nov

Sale

97

Mar. 23
Feb. 22

69

80*6 Nov. 23

A

98

82

102*6 Aug. 11

M

Sale

104*6 May 26

16
24
17

I

24,000 Lackaw Steel 1st cons 5s ser A..,1950
69,000 Laclede Gas L ref 5c ext 1st 5s__. 1934
1
Coll 5c ref 5Ms series C
1953
90.000
Col & ref g 5Ms ser D_.
1960
72,000

16 107*6 Aug. 21
29

5

77 *6 Nov.
9
69*4 Nov.
9
60*6 Nov. 27
60*6 Nov. 20

Feb. 24
Jan. 26

6
Sept. 29 cl04*4May 27
97*6 Oct.
1 103*6 Sept. 15

46

9

9

8 108*4 Aug.

5

Nov.

96*6 Apr. 15
8

Nov. 30

7

66

Aug. 10
Sept. 1
Feb. 24
Feb. 16

92*6 July
6
90
Apr. 17
5
68*6 Feb.
4
16 101*6 Mar. 10
20
95*6 Feb. 25
Jan.
5
18 90
27
95*6 Aug. 19
20 86*6 Mar. 21
24
84*6 Mar. 26
25
53*6 JAB. 29
28
30*6 Jan. 24
4
68
Apr. 21
Feb.
28 65
7

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

61*4 Nov. 24
99*6 Nov. 25
50*6 Nov. 13
80
Nov.
9
70*6 Nov. 12
75
Nov.
9
75
Nov.
7
59*6 Nov. 13
64*6 Nov. 12
53*6 Nov. 12

Mar. 12
Mar. 11
Mar. 17

6

Sept.

11

3

Sept. 29
Apr.
6

6

Jan.
Oct.

22*6 Oct.

Apr. 15
July 18
Jan.

6 102*6 Jan.
76
Jan.
6

66*6 Nov.
60

51

Nov

-----

Sale

92

35

41*6 Oct.

66

23*6 Nov,

63

101*6 103*4 102*6 103
101*4 Nov
121*6 130
123*6 140
66
75
74*6
79*4
72*6 Nov.
103
Nov.
100*6
103*6
111
115*6
115*6
75
78 *6
70"
84

10234

6
30 104

Nov.

9

91*6
99*6
92*6
99*4

34*6 Oct. 19 98
32*6 Nov. 30 92
98*4 Oct.
6 104*6
100
Oct. 19 103*6
81
Oct. 30
97*6
59
Nov. 28
96*6
6*6 Nov. 30 74

25

Nov.

5

6

85

35

59*4 Nov

Sale

95
35

Oct.
Oct.
Feb.
Nov

7

99*4 Nov. 23
100*6 Nov. 19
90*4 Nov. 6

Nov

61

98

50

35

11

Aug. 17
Mar. 11
Feb. 13
Nov. 11

60

Nov. 27

Sale

95

93

30
9

65

52

39

1936
6

Nov. 27
Nov. £7

55*6 Sale
54*6 Sale
60

87

76
83
103*6
117M 118*6

1959 M

4

40*6 Nov. 2
44*6 Nov. 27

Sale

Sale

.1949

1936

Nov.

97*6 Nov
98*6 Nov

135*6

1954

60

97*6 Sale
98*4 Sale

—1997

1954

Nov. 30

52*6 Nov. 28

97*6 Sale
98*6 Sale

102

1937

60

Sale

Sale

2
Nov. 27

58*4 Nov. 30

52*6
60
60*6 Sale
41*6 Sale

61*4 Sale

80*6 Nov. 24

59*6 Nov.
42
77

55

72

~93M

6

Prices.
Jan. 20
Mar. 20

69
Oct.
6
90
103 *6 Sept. 30 108*4
Aug. 28
31
Nov. 27
94*6 Mar. 2

9*6 Jan. 12
9*6 Jan.
8
46*6 Nov. 28

59

75

.

74*6

Internat T & T deb g 4*6a
.1952 J
Convertible debenture 4*6a— .1939 J

Kendall Co 5M« with warrants..1948 M S
J
Keystone Telephone 1st 5s_.
..1935 J

Nov.

Nov. 13
Nov.
6

62

1961 F

11

11
10

100*6 Nov. 14
39*4 Nov. 5
12*6 Nov. 25
97
Nov. 17
88
Nov. 4
88*6 Nov. 13

28*4 Nov. 30
64*6 Nov. 28

60*6 Sale
99*6 Sale

Sale
Sale

Kansas Gas 5c El 1st mtge
4*6a—1980 J D
Karstadt (R) Inc 1st Mtge 6s
1943 MN
Keith Corp (B F) 1st ser g 6s
1946 M 8

80
47
103 J
101}
101

Nov. 28

46

Sale

66

67 *6
56*6

101*6

5

13
9

2 105*6 Nov. 10

46*6 Nov. 28

Sale

48*6 Sale
28*4 Sale

77
Sale
Sale

AO

2

80*6 Nov.
82

Sale

40 *6
55

12
50

2

20

Sale

96 '
86 M

4

Nov.

Sale"

B1957 J

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

92
73
60

ser

Nov. 30

12

Int Merc Marine 1st s 1 6s
.1941 A
Intern Paper conv 5s series A_. .1947 J
Refunding 6s series A
.1955 M

4*6«

Nov, 28,

20

16

55

Without warrants.........

Nov. 25
Nov. 28

Nov." 35'

100

59*6 Sale

Kansas Cy Pw 5c Lt 1st g
1st M 4M«

25

102*6 Nov.
97
Nov.
31*6 Nov.

Sale

ser

38

42

Sale

97

65

Deb 5s

26

Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov. 28
Nov. 24

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sa

84
Oct.
2
95*6
71*6 Oct.
2 92*6
21
Apr. 20 43*6
89*6 Oct. 21 109
21
Oct.
1
69*6

34*6 Oct.

104*6 Sale

Sale

...

Nov. 12

102 *4

Sale
97*6 Sale
36*1 Sale

Nov.

2

103*6 Nov. 18

97

.......

Nov.
9
Nov. 28
Nov. 30

72

Sale

International Match deb 5s..__ 1947 MN
J
Convertible debentures 5s... .1941 J

Deb gold 5s
Investors Equity 5s A

2
Nov.
Nov. 25

104
100M 103
100*6 Sale
100*6 Sale
Sale
100
100*6 Sale

55*4

....

Nov. 30

44

44
28
Sale

15

39
85

8

8

.....

100

9

98 M

Nov.
6
Nov.
9
Nov.
5
Nov. 10
Nov.
6
Nov.
5
Nov. 11

66*6 Nov. 16
61
Nov. 11

Sale

25

39

10

Sale

75

Nov.
7
Nov. 11
Nov. 17

77*6 Nov. 18

"71""

Sale

1948 M N
1944 A O

...

Nov. 10
Nov. 13

Nov.
5
Nov. 17

Nov. 30

78

69 M

.1942 M N

to

97

Nov. 28

Sale

76*6 Sale
51*6 Sale

76

49 *4

85

95*4 Sale
4

30

Nov, 30

Sale

95*6 100

45

4

deb 5s

1

Highest.

Sale Prices.
4

21*6 Nov. 11
90
Nov. 11

Nov. 27
80*6 Nov. 24
95
2
Nov.
57
Nov. 30
96
Nov. 17
35
N9v. 30
38
Nov. 25

33*6 Sale
32*6
32*6 Sale
100
102*6 Sale
Sale
99
100*6 100
83
101 *6
83*6 Sale
59
Sale
60*6 Sale
Sale
6*6
6*6 Sale

ser

Stamped extended

96

37

50
Sale

69*4

J

.........

B..... .1951 M N
Int Agri Corp 1st 5c coil tr 5s
.1932 M N
conv

48

.1932 A O
.1932 M S

Stamped
10-year 6% notes..
10-year 7% notes

Int Cement

57

J

.1966 J

Interboro R T 1st 5c ref 5s

Interlake Iron 1st 5s

Sale
91

A

O

Certificates of deposit.

605,000
701,000
124,000
189,000
30,000
11,000
2,000
185,000
385,000
793,000
778,000
153,000
185,000
209,000
616,000
1,079,000
617.000
12,000
1,000

82*6
Sale
Sale
98*6
Sale

95

90 M

...

Inland Steel 1st M

80

Sale
Sale

101

Sale

D

46,000 Hansa S S Lines 6s with warr_... 1933
1949
95,066 Harpen Mining 6s with warr
1952
13,000 Havana Klec Ry cons g Ss...
1951 M S
18,600
Deb 5*6® series of 1926
44,000 Hoe (R) Ik Co 1st 6*6« A......... 1934 A O
Holland Amer L 6s (flat)
1947 M N
19401W N
36,000 Houston Oil sink fund 5*6#
206,060 Hudson Coal 1st a f 5s aeries A'62!J D
1949 M N
4,000 Hudson County Gas 1st 5s
319,000 Humble Oil & Ref 5J4a
1932 J
J
1937 A O
156,000
Deb gold 5s temp.........

Inter-Metrop coll

82*4

2

Prices.

Nov.

78*6 Nov. 16

31

95

101

85
Sale
Sale

J

J

2

Nov.

80

Sale

60

44*4
100*6

Sale

1940

f 6s

Sale

96
98 M
48*4 Sale

Sale

J

Nov.

91

21*6 Nov. 11

31

81

52 *6

102

O

Sale

Sale

84

99

Sale

A

73*6 Nov. 25
21*6 Nov. 24

~55*4

80

Sale

1940

El Pow (Japan) 7s......
let&gensfg6*6«
30,000lGulf States Steel deb 5*6«
7,000 Hackensack Water 1st 4s

35

Sale

Genera] Public Service deb 5*68.1939
Genl Steel Castings 1st 5Ms
1949

96,000

Sale

35
Sale

Sale

29*4

96
94
Sale

1940

1947
..1942

Gen Theatres Equip deb 6s...

Sale

85
79

Sale

8

1952

(Germany) 7s

91*4
20

Ask

104 M
Sale

D

1934 M

JAN.

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

Prices.
Nov.
4

Sale
84

74

Sale
98
Bale

1949 J

156,0OO|Gt Cons

90,000
7,000
1,000
103,000
85,000

Ask.

83
25

Lowest.

T

89

Bid.

71*

16,000)Gotham Silk Hosiery deb 6a.... 1936

128,000
119,000

Nov. 30.

Sale
30 H
Sale

J

...........1943 if A

120.000 Good Hope Iron & Steel sec 7s_ 1945
70,000 Goodrich ( B F) Co Ut 6*6*
1947
1945
307.0001
Convertible deb 6s
597,000 Goodyear Tire & Rubber 1st St.. 1957

4,600

2.

93*6

D

Flak Rubber 1st s f 8s
1941 M S
J
Framerlc Ind 5c Dev 20-yr 7>6«,_1942 J
M W
Francisco Sugar 20-year 7 Ms
1943

58,000 Gen Amer Investors 5s
93,000 General Baking deb s f 5>6s
48,000 Gener al Cable 1st s f g 5 *6s A
6,000 General Elec deb g 3M«

21,000
88,000
229,000
578,000
97,000
73,000
45,000
413,000

Nov.

1931.

I-hGL

Ask.

$
13.000
43.000
22.000
138,000
1,000
115,000

RANGE

Jan. 2

^

r.

Value.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price

BONDS

November

135,000
99,000
158,000
195,000
42,000
44,000
1,000
12,000

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

25*6 Nov.
87*6 Nov.

90

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

102

48*6 Nov.
29*6 Nov.
95*6 Nov.

35

48
84

38

95
93

99*4

97

84

85

59

Nov, 12
Nov,
9

Nov.
Oct.

100*6 June

2

Nov. 14

87

Oct.
Nov.

105*6 July 22
104*6 May
9

25

Oct.

Nov,

48*6 Nov.

Oct.

Nov.

104

14

27

Nov
Nov
Nov. 28! 99*6 Nov
Nov. 27 102*6 Nov
Nov. 18
90
Nov

12

95*6 Nov.

7,

95

Nov.

93

9

14

75

77

84*6
104*6
104*6
104*6
105*6

Oct:

Nov,

100
Nov. 25:100

20
3

48

52*6 Nov 11
48*4 Nov, 20
__

90

June 19
Mar.
3

77
97

87*4 Nov. 13
94

100

Nov.

Jan.
Jan.

Apr.
July
May
Aug.
May

2

8
9

22
12
26
6
26
Mar. 30

N. Y. STOCK
Sales in
Value.

N. Y.

1931.
Bid.

Montecatinl MIn ft Agr a f deb g 7a
tr rets wltb deb atk par warr__1937
10,000
28,000
Without warranta
1,000 Mont Tram lat 8c ret A 5a
.....1941
General 8c refunding 5a A.....1955
Gen Ac ret 5a aeries B
a

14%s

Gen Ac ref

a

f 5a

D

Ask

Bid.

95
99

Fuel Gaa lat gu 5a
Union Tel 5a

Sale"

'99""

"85"

M N
A

O

1948

Sale

65

...1943 J

Nov.
5
Nov.
5 85
Nov. 13
Nov. 10 102
99% Nov. 21 99% Nov. 21

85
100

47

105
99

Sale

103

Sale

99

79

80

Sale

78

78% Sale
60

Sale

43%

Sale
45

Sale

110

Sale

Sale

1932 J

104

77% Nov.
60
Nov.
43% Nov.

J

m
106% 107%

101%

Sale

102%
95%
102%

Sale

112

Sale

Sale
Sale

103% 104%
93% Sale

Mar

Sale

40

26

S
A

MN
M

8

A

A
J

Sale
30

88% Sale
101% Sale
102
98
101

Sale
Sale

95

Sale

94% 96%
88% Sale

J

31

Sale
94

95

Safe

88

101

Sale

100

O

Sale

O

Sale

100% Sale
106% Sale

104

110% 110%

A

111

113

.1944 F

A

45

53

.1943 F

A

.1950 J

J

M N

.1942 J

J

.1936 M
.1937 J

99%

11 100

1

Apr.
9
May 22
Feb.

13

Aug. 13
May 21
May 25
Jan.

12

Mar. 11

70

Sale

105

107
Sale

105

Sale'.
Sale

Sale
Sale

106% 108
104% Sale

107

Nov.

25

97

Sale
99

69

58

65

S

103% Sale

100% Sale

Sale

161% Sale"

Sale

102

65

Sale

65

56

Sale

56

101

Sale

90%
101%
102%
101%

Sale

89

64% Sale

60

65

30

33

25

Sale

25

36

45%

20

24

20

26

24

102

104

.1944

Paterson At Passaic G Ac E 5s.... .1949
Pathe Exch deb 7s with warr... .1937 MN

1941 M S
481,000 Penn Pow Ac Lt lat M 4Ha....._.1961 A O
1943 A O
7,000 Peoples Gas Ac Coke 1st 6s
Penn Dixie Cement lat 6a A

1947 M S

....

M S

.............

324:666

Phlla Company secured gold 5a_1967 J D
175,000 Phila Elec Co lat 4%a
1967 MN
1971 J D
J
1973 J
1949 M S

1939 J

D
D

...1931

PUIabury Flour Mills 30-yr 6s_...1943 A O
1952 M N
J
f 5s... 1957 J
1953 F A
Port Arthur Canal Ac Dock 6s
1st mtge 6a aeries B
1953 F A

7a

Sale

101%
51

Sale

65

71

112% il5"'
105% 106

20

93%

20
Sale

70

Sale

Sale

62

"70"

40% Sale
90% Sale
110%
100% Sale

40

Sale

76

90% Sale
108

Sale

101% Sale

Sale
Sale

90% Sale
97

Sale

84
73

Sale

90%
63%
45%

Sale
67
Sale

44

86

89

58

Sale

56

99%
102%

Sale

103% 108%

99

104

Sale

94

Sale

90

91
Sale

89

100
99

100%

91% Sale
99% Sale
92% Sale
60

99

108%
103
Sale

62
Sale

Sale
100
105

102

1933
56,000 Pressed Steel Car 10-year 5a
112,000 Public SeryE AcG 1st &ref4%a_. 1967

75
103

78
Sale

72

1970

103

Sale

67% Sale
98% Sale
97% Sale
89% Sale

1937

7

1937

90

Sale

80

Sale

1940

87

91

77

Sale

1948

Option sale.

90% Nov.

90% Sale

80

84

J

J

86

M S

100

95%

82%

Sale
89%
101

8ale

See "Foreig

61%

63

54

86%
60%

Sale

91

4 107% July

63

65

Nov. 30 100

Nov.

9

50

Oct.

2 103% Nov.

7
9

41 91% ISov.
Nov.
6
Nov. 30 103
Nov. 2104% Nov. 10
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 30
Nov. 4
Nov. 28

102% Nov. 18
21% Nov. 20
20

Nov. 10

94

Nov. 17
Nov.
9

75

89

100%
101%
100%
17%
13%
89%
59

Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

9
9

25

Nov. 10

5

Nov. 20

103% Nov.
79

5

Nov. 11

90% Nov.
97
Nov.
90
Nov.

96% Nov.

9

100% Nov. 18
93% Nov. 9
68% Nov. 13

60

Nov.

44

Nov.

58

56

Nov.

s68

Nov. 11
Nov. 20!

2 103% Nov. 17

34%
34%
67%
98%
97

5

96

34

Oct.

6

Oct.

100

Oct.

9

104% July
9
95
May 16
106

Feb.

104

Mar. 10

Nov.

98

Nov.

92% May 14
104% Apr. 27

Nov. 27

65

54"

Sale

38

Sale

35

77%

Sale

50%

Sale

37

59
Sale
Sale
Sale

Feb.

18

74% Feb.

11

88

28

97% Oct.

106

89% Nov.

Nov. 10

88

Oct.

3

Jan.

June

105% June
100% Sept.

Nov.

12

72

Oct.

Nov. 11

72

Oct.

Nov. 11

73% Oct

4
5

8

96

81% Nov.

Sale

79

4

Oct.
Oct.

95% Jan.

13

92

10

Nov. 10

70

Oct

Nov.
2
Nov. 28

66

Nov.

82

90% Nov, 16,

50
82

Nov. 28

60

Nov. 23

62

Nov. 20f
78
Nov. 12
48% Nov. 9

60

Oct.

65

May 15 101

35

Sept. 22

39
Nov. 12
55
Nov. 23 66% Nov.
6
38
Nov. 27 56
Nov. 9
35
Nov. 30 58% Nov.. 6
31% Nov.30l 56% Nov. 9

25

Oct.

9

c98% Mar. 20
6
14

87

9

Jan.

Jan... 9
93% Jan. 12

2

Nov. 27

27

Jan.

97

38

12

68

Nov.
Nov.

70% Nov. 28

Jan.

23

34% Nov.
34% Nov.

82

50

83

92% Jan.

Nov.

Nov.

54

23

6 103% Jan.
6 106
July

50% May 13

Nov. 12

79%

50

Aug. 22
Sept. 1

24

Oct.
5 110% May 25
May 22 109% July 15
Oct.
1 cl04
July 27
96% Oct. 30 106% Aug.
5
88% Oct. 17 100% Sept. 8
2
56% Sept. 29 §5% Jan.

Nov. 17
Nov. 12

74% Nov.

63

Feb. 25

106
87

Nov.

Sale

gage

Jan.
Jan.

17 80% Feb.
9
Oct. 29 100
Aug. 17
Nov. 30 117% Sept. 21

Nov. 30
Nov. 20

3

7

Mar. 11
Jan. 23

Oct.

Nov.

74%

61%
73
78
74
Sale
42%
46%
See Foreign Bonds,
33% Sale
78

98

Nov.

'9

July

Oct.

99

Nov.

Jan.

89

50% Jan.

38
Nov. 28 44% Nov. 18
90
Nov. 27
94% Nov. 10
89%
Nov. 30 108
108
Nov. 30 108
100% Nov. 30 103% Nov 12; 100

12

Nov.

15% Sept.
102

25

38

45% Nov.

Nov.

30

Feb.

99% Jan.

78

Nov.

70% Nov.

79
77

Sale
84

15

33
105
97

Nov.

35

79
79

58

26

106% Sept.17
9
91% Nov.
106% July 29
108% May 29
103
May 27

Nov.

Nov. 30
6
Nov.

40

100

6

100% Oct.

Nov. 30

Nov. 17
Nov.
9

82
58%
70%
36%

20
7

107% June 2
Aug. 11

7 101% Jan.

Nov. 18

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale

78

6

65

10%
Sale
Sale

77

90

79%

99% Sale
98%
99%
92% Sale

4%

81% Sale

99%

July

2 102% July

76

102

Sale
Sale

J

59

6

Nov.
Nov.

36

J

6

68

Sale

A. 1950

Nov.

95% Nov*

90

11

5 105

31 114
July 16
Oct. 13 115
Feb. 16
June 26
50% Jan.
9
Nov.
5 107% July 16
94% Mar. 25
Oct. 19

79

43

16

19 108% Aug. 17
6 105% Aug. 13

85% Oct.
90% Apr.

1953

26

Oct.

Nov. 17

&ale

83

Oct.

Nov. 10

39

O

Oct.

79

68%
98%

A

Oct.

Jan.

56%, Feb.

cl02%Sept
8
6 105% Aug. 26

Nov. 16 102

92

Sale

93
86

93

Oct.

5

100

M N

102
19

Oct.

Nov. 17

37

aer

105

Nov.
Nov.

Oct.

89% Nov.

70% Sale

1971

98

Oct.

79

86

J
1953 J
132,000 Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv 6a
1950 MN
63,000 Rhine-West Elec Power 7s
MN
1952
Direct mortgage gold 6s
204,000
1953 F A
Cons mtge 6s ctfs w 1
287,000
Con» mtge 6s with warrants.. 1955 \ O
466,000

Nov.

97% Nov. 16
66

871;

5

95

Sale

...

29

Oct.

92
89

Sale

M N

Oct.

82%
75%
92%
79%
99%

80

Sale

...

Sept. 21

25

89

55

1937
230,000 Remington Arms 1st a f 6a..
246,000 Rem Rand 5%s A with warr..... 1947
17,000 Republic Iron At Steel a f 5a...... 1940
Ref At gen 5H> A...
1953
36,000
....July 1948
18,000 Revere Cop Ac Br 6s
178,000 Rheinelbe Union a f g 6a........ 1946

30

89%

60

159,000
Sinking fund gold 5Hs
34,000 Purity Bakeries Corp a f g 5s

9

93% Nov. 13

92

102

293,000
1st Ac ref 4Ha
302,000
lat Ac ret gold 4s
7,000 Punta Alegre Sugar lat cony 7a..
73,000iPure Oil Co s f g 5H% notes.....

99

89%

Sale

1942

1960 M S
J
1935 J

31

104% Oct.

Nov. 12

44% Nov.

101

a

Portland General Electric 4%a_.
Portland Gen Elec lat 5a........
Porto Rican Am Tobac cony 6a_.
Postal Teleg Ac Cable coll 5s

6

Nov.

102% Nov.

102%

4

27% Nov. 18

Nov.
Nov.

100% Nov.

85

Paramount P ablix

deb 6s

101% Sale
92% Sale

.1947

iSB

Nov.

Nov.

Nov, 13
N6v. 14

18

Parmelee Trang

74

101% Sale

Mar. 27
Mar. 24

18

.1950
Corp 5H«
Park-Lexington leasehold 6Ha. .1953

—

6a

101% Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

90% Nov.

Sale
101%
103% 102%
Sale
101%
31
17
18%
16%
16% Sale
80
92%
89%
59
52%
50%
Sale
48
45%

Sale

9

12

110
110

104% Nov.
93
61

31

106% Nov. 2 100
99
99% Nov. 16
53
73% Nov. 18

Nov.

25

69%
Sale

99% Nov.

67

40
95%

65

Nov.

64

58

Oct.

3% Nov. 19

3% Nov. 20

2
Nov. 10
Nov. 10
92
103% Nov. 17
102
Nov.
7

94% Nov.
87% Nov.
100

61

3% Nov. 11
6X4: 1nov. 11

95
100

Nov.

Nov.

101%
90
94
90%
94%
See Foreign See Foreign Bonds, page
See Foreign See Foreign Bonds, page
Sale
Sale

93

Oct.

% July 30
4% July
2
July
1
6 108
Sept. 1
1
11% Mar. 27
1

14 109% July
7
Oct. 26 105% Aug.
7
99% Oct. 16 106% July 24
81% Oct. 30 100% Apr.
2
28 101
Nov. 16 100
Sept. 24 103% Mar. 28
Jan.
3
27 100% Nov,., 5 100% Sept. 25 103
5 101% Nov. 17
5 106
98
Oct.
June 17
5
5 98% Apr, 14
74
Oct.
80% Nov. 13

Nov.

"98%

95%
95%

Oct.

Nov. 30

99

93

26%

31

5

6 102% Nov.
5
3% Nov. 30

25% Nov. 30
87% Nov.

102

52

103% Sale

Nov.

30

Oct.

1

Oct.

42

Nov. 27 107%
Nov. 5 102
Nov. 14 102%
Nov. 6 86%

99

101

Sale

Sale

25% Sale
87%
90%

102%

MN
A

4%

100% 100% 100% 100
100% Nov.
100
100
99% Sale
99% Nov.
74%
75
77%
78%
74% Nov.

Sale

M

Nov.

1% Nov. 10
Nov. 24

3%
6y±

106% 107% 105% 106% 105%
Sale
102
101% Sale
100%
100
100% Sale
100% Sale
81%
83
84% Sale
82%
Sale
100
100% Sale
100

44

A

13

106




9

Nov,

5
106% Nov,
96% Nov, 13

3% Nov. 25
Nov. 11
jnov.
3% Nov. 20

"

104

s

6

105

100

101

5

3%

84

F

Development 6s...... .1953

sale,

95

Apr.

112% July 15
108% Aug. 11
8
94% May
~
94
July 10
84
Jan. 13
8
81V Jan.
117
May 19
108
Sept. 4
112
May 14
102
Sept. 8

Nov. 18

111% Nov.

110

1% Nov. 11
40% Nov. 5

Sale

102

J

Cash

2
Nov,
Nov. 11

97%
102%

&

39-year 5a aeries A........... .1952 M N

c

9

Nov. 13

% July

S

M

Extl deb 5Ha lnt ctf
.1958
Oslo Gaa Ac Elec extl a f g 5s
.1963 M S
Otis Steel sec g 6a series A...... .1941 M 8

Rhine Main Danube deb7a

Nov,

53%
96%
102%
25%
91%
108%
103%

9

2

1%
40%

.1947 F

...

cony

Nov.

9

13
29
15
28
22

"50""

O

7%a. .1946

Old Ben Coal lat g 6a
Ontario Power N F lat 5a...
Ontario Power Serr 1st 5%«

Pocahontas Con Coll 1st

50% Nov. 13

48

Sale

97%
102%

MN

.Aug 15 1963 F

9,000 Pirelli Co (Italy)

Nov.

99% Nov.

106

Nov.
103% Nov.
105% 105% 106% 106% Nov.
94
93%
95% 92% Nov.

Sale

1962 MN

Refunding At gen 6a......Jan 1932 A O

lat & ref g 4s..
299,000
85,000 Phlla At Read C At I ref 5s
Conv deb 6a w I
213.000
499,000 PhilUpa Petroleum deb 5H«
Pierce Oil Corp a f 8a

Nov.

00

Mar.

July
99% May
98
Apr.
109% Apr.
104% Sept.

70

9
Nov,
100% Nov. 13
9
84% Nov.
81% Nov. 9
9
65
Nov.

Nov.

79%
64%

80
Sale

1952 M N

Niagara Falls Power 1st 5a

Registered.

30

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale
Sale

1962 MN

1939 MN
1946 J D

Refunding gold 5a

Nov

y

J

1947 M N
1951 M N

cony

85

83

7

Apr.

1942

NY Tel lat At gen a f4Ha
N Y Trap Rock lat a f g 6a

27f000 Paramount-Famoua-Lasky

>

Nov. 10

Sale

19

104"

109%
104% 106
85
Sale

98

1949

.1934 MN
88,000 Pan-Am Pet At T cony a f 6a
78,000 Pan-Am Petr (Cal) lat g 6a..... .1940 J D
Certificates of deposit.......
33,000
45,000 Paramount B'way 1st 5 Ha
.1951

476,000
11,000
78,000
670,000

Nov.^28

99

90

1742 MN

288,000 Pacific G Ac E gen Ac ref 5a
13,000 Pacific Pub Serv 5% g notes
34,000 Pacific Tel Ac Tel 1 at 5a

1,000

75%

Nov. 10

92
Nov. 30
96
92% Sale
5
21%
21%
Sale
77% Sale
82%
77% "Nov.
106
102
104
Nov.
102% 104
Sale
96
93% Sale
95% NoV.
84
88
83% 83
80% Nov.

78
113%

......

7l",666

"93""

47

49%

105% 105%
106% 108%

1944

37,000 Ontario Transmission lat 5a.... .1945

102.000

85

Nov. 10

108

1941

.....

388,000

69
99

69%

68

83

Deb 5s aerlea C
...Not 15 1969
280,000
71,000 Nor Ohio Trac Ac Lt gen Ac ref 6s. 1947
112,000 North States Power 5s A........ 1941
1st At ref 6a series B
1941
49,000
1934
50,000 Northwest Teleg lat 4 Ha
1957
103,000 Norwegian Hydro-El Nit 6%a

121,000
131,000
17,000
16,000
39,000

Sale

Sale

85

Nordeutsche Lloyd (Bremen)-—
1947
29-year a f 6s
285,000
13,000 No Amer Cement deb 6%« A..... 1940
1961
370,000 North American Co deb 5a
25,000 North Am Edison deb 5a aer A... 1957

107,000|

91%
75

"83" "88%

Nlag Lock At Ont Pow 1st 5a A
1955 A O
109,000 Niagara Share deb 5Ha......... 1950 M N

27,000
28,000

95

Sale

15%

New York Steam 1st 6a......
1st mortgage 5s

Oriental

14
2! 99% Apr. 14
!01% Mar. 23
94
May 26
87% Mar. 23
May 29

91

101%

1938

8,000 N Y At Rich Gas 1st 6s A
6,000 N Y State Rya lat con a 4%a__
Certificates of deposit..
1,000
lat con 6 Ha series B
7,000

lat A ref 7a series B

Nov.

87% Mar.
91% Jan.
64% Sept.
70
July
95
Sept.

Sale

Certificates of depoiitt
1942
Adjustment Income 5u
Jan 1942
Certificates of depoiilt..Jan 1942
Jan 1965 Apr
6,000 N Y Rye Corp lnc 6a
J
Prior lien 6a aerlea A....
1965 J
21,000

Ohio Pub Sendee 1st At ref

Oct.

85

93% May

99

1955

New York Rya lat At ref 4s...

74

90% Jan.

88

1951

Purchase money coll tr g 4a

2
27

80

99""

—

N Y L E At W Coal At RR 5%a
Dock Ac Impt ext 5a

.

75

91%
75%
68

71

90

46%

..1951
1942

....

Nov

80

95% 102% 100% 100
99%
10Q

28,000 N Y Dock 50-year gold 4a
Serial 5a g notes
12,000
189,000 N Y Edison lat Ac ref 6Ht
lat lien Ac ret 5a B
76,000
33,000 N Y Gaa El Lt Ht 8c Pow 5a

Nov

7 100% Apr.

75

80

18,000 N J Pow Ac Light lat 4H«
I960
1940
62,000 Newberry (J J) Co 5%s
61,000 New England T Ac T 30-yr 5a A
1952
1st g 4Ha aerlea B
186,000
1961
69,000 New Orleana P S lat 8c ret 5a A._.1952

Nov. 27

69% Oct.

80

Sale

J

1948
Nat Radiator deb 6 Ha
1947
467",666 Nat Steel lat coll 5a............1956
2,000 Newark Con Gaa 5a.............1948

40,000
24,000
2,000
13,000
16,000

85

Sale Prices.

Sale Price.
5

85% Nov

79

Nov. 19
Nov. 24

85%

105%

991",5oo

Deb 5 H® aer B

1.

Highest.

80

....1941 MN

guar"gold4a

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.
80

85

77%

90

92%

1966 A O

National Acme lat mtge 6a
National Dairy Prod deb 5%i

71.000

Ask

98%

Naaaau Elec

51,000
50,000
612.000
19,000
85,000
90,000
61,000

JAN.

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

i

84

J

147,000

175.000

78

85% Sale

"90%

1939
1932

lat Ac ref 5a B__

Bid.

.....1934 J D
...1947 MN

10-28-yoar 5a aerlea 3
9,000 Murray Body lat 6%«

125,000

Nov. 30.

94

83

1955

"5,000

2.

97

C........ 1955

419,000 Morrla Ac Co 1st a f 4 Ha
Mortgage-Bond Co 4a aerlea 2

11,000 Mutual
5,000 Mutual

Ask.

Nov.

1955

aer

aer

RANOE

Jan. 2

STOCK EXCHANGE.

Gen Ac ref

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price

BONDS

November

37

EXCHANGE-BONDS

28

Jan.

102% May
96

9

Mar. 12
Jan.
a

93% Mar. 21

18

28% Nov. 27

Sept. 22 78% Apr. 13
48
Oct. 14 101% Mar. 30
30
Oct. 16 89% Mar. 7
35
Nov. 30 88
Apr. 10
31% Nov. 30 86% Mar. 10

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS
Bale* in
November
Value.

Calif 6a—.. .1944
Certificate* of deposit........
Oil

Richfield

9,000
4,000 Rima Steel

64,000
1,000

a

55% Bale

of

f 7*—„———— 1955 F A
C—. .1948 M S

Rochester Gas 6c £15%s

Gen Mtge 4 H* series D
Roch flc Pitts C
I pur money

—

.1977 M S
.1946 UN

5s.
■127,000 Royal Dutch deb 4s with warr... .1945 A O
13,000 Ruhr Chemical 6s....—........ .1948 A O
96,000 St Joseph Lead deb 5%*-——-' .1941 WIN
2,000 St Joseph Ry L H & P 1st 5s.... .1937 MN
.1955 J
7,000 St L Rky M 5c Pac 5s stmpd
St Paul City Ry Cable 5s....— .1937 J
Guaranteed 5s^............. .1937 J
J

30,000 San Antonio Public Serf 4s..... .1952
Saxon Pub Works (Germany) 7s .1945
Gen ref guar serial Sold 6 % s. .1951
38,000 Schulco Co guar 6%s———— .1944
.1946
64,000
Guar sinking fund 4 Ms B
27,000 Sharon Steel Hoop s f 5%S—... .1948
.1952
301,000 Shell Pipe Line s f deb 5s..
372,000 Shell Union OH a f deb 5a— .1947
Deb 5s with warrants— .1949
734,000

Certificates of deposit...
Siemens 5c Halske sec a
Debenture s f *%s

,—-—JWJ

Power lat 5S..1949
Silesla-Elec Corp gold *%•
1946
Sileslan-Am Corp coll tr g 7a
1941
Sinclair Cons Oil 1st Uen 7a—1937
1st Men coll 6)4* B————1938
Sinclair Crude Oil 5 %s series A..1938
Sinclair Pipe Line 20-year 5s
1942
Skelly OH deb s f 5%*
1939
Smith (A O) Corp 1st 6)4*
1933
Solvay Am In? sec g 5s A— ....1942
South Bell TAT 1st s f5s._1941
Southw Bell Telep 1st A ref 5s.—1954
Southern Colorado Power 1st g 6s '47
Stand Oil (N J) deb g 5s..Dec 15 1946
Stand Oil (N Y) deb 4)4*—-—1951
Stevens Hotel 1st 4s series A
1945
MUUiliwIU

vviv*

85 H

00)4

00
87 % Sale

07
47
87

07)4
65

F

Sale
65

A

91% Sale
89%
Sale
Sale

MN

87
78

AO

79% Sale

MN

v

76)4 Sale
18

Sale

J

98)4 Sale

M 8
F

A

F

A

F

A

M

S

D

J

89
102
67

Sale
Sale

72

100)4 Sale
98

79)4 Sale

M

8
J

F A
w

J
ir

26,555
31,000
72,000
52,000
129,000
42,000
3,000
14,000
23,000
39,000
26,000

Sale

103

Sale
96 <
Sale
104)4 Sale
.

105)1

106 %
102)4 Sale
104 % Sale

351,000
42,000
249,000
88,000
352,000
117,000
543,000
33,000
13,000
35,000
58,000
131,000

292,000
140,000
172,000
245,000
277,000
247,000
302,000
47,000
103,000
39,000

71)4
23
90

80
50
25

Sale"
33)4
Sale
89
Sale
69
69
Sale

69)|
98)|
28

49)4 Nov. 13

D

50

Nov. 19
Nov. 6

49

Oct.

2

Nov. 18
Nov. 5
Nov. 11
Nov. 9

Nov. 2
Nov. 30

i Nov. 10

49)4 Nov.
61
48

75)4 Nov.
64

64

2

Nov. 23
Nov, 6

Nov. 10

Nov.
6
Nov. 4
Nov. 2
Nov. 12
Nov.
5
Nov. 13
Nov.
9
Nov. 27

Nov.
Nov.

9

Nov.

[Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

7

; nov.

9

101%

Nov.

Nov.

2

89
Sale
Sale

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov. 14

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Sale

Nov.

9

9

3

7

7

100)4 106)4 102)4 106%
See Foreign Bondf
Pag e 18.
102 % Nov. 10 102 % Nov. 10
102 H
102)4
70

75

101)4 Sale
84

Sale

48)4 Sale

30)1 Sale

95)1

99 %

Sale

31

46

58

Sale

45

14

29)4
Sale

40)4

49)4
Sale

80

Sale

100% Sale
101

Sale

Sale

102)4 Sale

73
8ale
Sale

60
101

Sale

82

Sale

98)4

Sale

94

Sale

101)4
94)4 Sale
Sale

99)4
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 2
Nov. 10
Nov. 9

68)4 Nov.
100

Nov.

83)4 Nov.
47

Nov. 6
Nov. 30
Nov. 10
Nov. 25

Nov.

Feb. 20
Nov. 2

50
50
97
20
25

Sept.

104

75
75

May 18
101% Mar. 13
105% Aug. 14

Nov.

Nov.

Sept.

Mar. 21

Oct.

June

Mar. 21
12
9
98% Jan.
103% July 22
102% Aug. 19
Jan.
9
84

Sept.

104

Oct.

100% Jan.

Oct.

94% Sept.
90
41
100

Oct.

24
2
3
102

July 17
Feb.

98
106

102% Oct.
90
Sept.

107)
106
105
cl02
68
30
3
111

Oct.
Oct.

Sept.
Mar.

Aug.
Oct.

101

Oct.

10

June 25
July 11
May
1
Jan.
Mar.

Jan.
Jan.

9
9
10
9

Aug. 25
June

6 107% July

60
Sept. 25 99
6 108
98% Oct.
6 102
78% Oct.
39
23

2

57

Nov.

45

Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov. 12

42
35
80
100

Sale

15)4
69)4
46
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

40)4
Sale
Sale
Sale
95
Sale

60
54

42)4 Nov.
80

84)4 Nov. 20
L01% Nov. 25
L01% Nov. 10

Nov.

100)4 Nov.
100

Nov.

101

Nov.
Nov.

50

L03% Nov. 10
60
Nov. 2
103)4 Nov. 17

99)4 Nov.
92)4 Nov.

96)4 Nov. 10
85

80
Nov.
97 % Nov.

4

7

26

Sale

26)4 Nov. 30
23)| Nov. 30

Nov. 30

Sale
Sale

89

Nov.

60
70

20
31

Nov. 25
Nov. 28

Sale

85% Nov.

Sale

92

Nov. 10

99% Nov. 7
96% Nov. 10

93)4 Npv.

4

6

Nov. 25

50
55

Nov. 18
Nov. 10,

93)4 Nov.

7

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5
6:

40
40
39

5!

1

104

52% Oct.
14% Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

99% Oct.
98% Oct.

June
Oct.

87% Oct.
25
Sept.
Sept.
23
Sept.

11
11
14
2
12

June 17
Jan. 14

72

5 100% Mar. 23

26 26% Jan.
9
30 100
Mar. 14
24 96% Apr. 10
30 102% July 18
1 103
May 20
1 103% May 23
1

104% May 29

Nov. 30
73
Oct.
2 108
91% Oct. 28 101
78
Sept. 22 97
97% Nov. 27 105%
6 102%
90
Oct.

48

6

Mar. 23
Jan.
7

91% May 16

60
94

40

10

Mar. 13
Jan.
9
Jan. 13
Feb. 27

July
1
May 27

2
62
Jan.
6 75% Jan.
24 101
Jan.
_

22
21
21

.

_

5

2
10

83% Apr. 15
83% Apr.

13

83% Apr. 13

93% Nov. 20
25
Nov. 201

79

Oct.

Mar. 31

9j

30
80
92
104

Oct.

§1* Apr. 17

44
91

Nov.

Nov. 10;

96)4 Nov.

6]

100 %

106)4

93
65
86

Jan.

Oct.
6
58
July
Oct.
5 48% July
6 101
Jan.
Sept.
Oct. 19 cl01%Sept.
Nov. 13 100% Mar.

17
7

Sale"

20108
15% Sept. 19

21
83
Oct.
2 101
Nov. 25 104
Feb. 17 107
Oct. 19113%

4 104% Nov. 181 101
63
Nov. 10; 45% Sept. 22 84
39
Sept. 21 76%
61% Nov. 13
Oct.
5 87
50
Nov. 28 71% Nov. 10
Nov. 30 45
11
Nov. 30
18
Nov. 4
10
Sept. 25 22
Feb.
9 85
75
Oct.
97
Nov. 24
5105
Nov.

Nov.

Mar. 11
June
6

July 11
July 22

Apr.

2

55
Nov. 20
51)4 Nov. 20

Sale
43
15
70

49
24
78

LOO

32% Nov.

90
75
79
67 % Sale
96

—..

-

Nov.

66

67
33

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

103% Nov.
7% Nov.
50% Nov.

w

102

98%
104

Sala,

102)4 104%
103
102

Sale

105

109
Sale

Nov.

L04

23
11
28

16
Nov. 7
Nov. 16
Nov.
6
Nov.j
Nov.

7% Nov.
61

A

9
Nov. 10
Nov.
7
Nov. 10
Nov. 24

32)4 Nov.

29)4

101% 103)4
105)4 Sale
103)1 Sale
105)4 Sale
104)4 105

Nov,

32% Nov.
34% Nov.

85

6%

July 21

11

101)4 Sale
70

Mar. 20
Mar. 20

60

Sale

D
J
J

Sale

93)4
Sale
Sale
80

A O

Sale

M

102

8

Nov.

L02% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

94

Nov.

72
70
23
65
58%

15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1941 A O

5

96

Nov, 14
Nov.
9

Nov.

4

3% Nov.

6

15

Nov. 13
Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov. 14
Nov. 18

3% Nov.
94

Nov.

82% Nov.

Sale

57% Nov.

Sale

57% Nov.

Sale

75
75

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

60
31

100%

85
90

Oct.

79

May 19
Oct. >16
Oct.
Oct.
Jan.
13
Oct.
June 19
Oct.
5

18*

Oct.

Oct.
99% Oct.

99% Oct.

6

Sale

65

Oct.
Oct.

101% Oct.
99% Oct.

Nov. 11
Nov.
9
Nov. 9
Nov. 13

101% Nov.

15
Nov.
3 % Nov.

25
24
25
25

Nov. 10

Nov.
103)4 103
Sale
L01% Nov.

"29)4

J

36,000 Winchester Repeat Arms 7)4*—1941 A O
Certificates of deposit.........
143,000
132,000 Youngs town Sheet A Tu 1st 5s A1978 J J 102 % Sale
1st M 5s series B
1970 A O
219.000




Mar. 18

25
4

Oct.

Nov. 28

7.000 Willys-Overland 1st s f g 6S.....1933 US

Option sale.

93%

Nov.

Oct.
Apr.

Nov.

Wlckwire- Spen Steel Co 7s.. Jan 1935 MN
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank.........

5

Nov.

4

3% Nov.

26

Sale

Cash sale*

50

57
104

92)4 Nov.

1936 F A

c

9
9

35
Nov. 7
65)4 Nov. 12

49

1960 M S

Wilson A Co 1st S f 6s

Jan.
•" Jan.

Nov.

Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank.....

15,000

89
90

31

33)4

Nov. 30

46

J
J
Without warrants............
Partlc s f deb 6a.......
.....1940 MN

1241000

13

14

63)4 Nov. 30

Nov.

Nov. 13

4,000
5,000 Wlckwlre-Spencer Steel 1st 7s...1935 J

92% Jan.

26

59)4 Nov. 10

Nov. 6
Nov. 16
Nov. 12

J

75
Apr.
8
91 % Jan.
2
90% Jan. 13

Oct.

86

86
79

J

5

Apr. 24

Sale

99% Nov.

Westphalia Un El Pow6s
...1953
Wheeling Steel Corp 1st 5)4*
1948
1st and ref 4)4* series B.......1953
Wfcite Eagle OH 5)4* 1937 with war.
White Sewing Machine deb 6s...1936

5

60% Oct.

Sale

Sale

1951 J

7

15
27

93)4 Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Sale

15-year 6)4* gold

92

109% June 25

Sale
95
Sale

.....1944 A O
J
Western Union coll tr cur 5s
1938 J
Fund A real est 4)4* gold.....1950 MN

Gold 5s...

Jan.
Jan.

,

62
99

Western Electric deb 5s

5s

May 13

57
92

44
73
62

| Nov. 11 100
90
i Nov.
6
Nov.

Feb. 25

100

48% Oct.
Oct.

July 10
July 24
2

99% July

76
Oct.,
i Nov. 24
! Nov. 13 100% Oct.

Nov.

Sale

96)4

94
54

Oct,
Oct.
Jan.
Feb.
Nov.

Nov.

Sale
Sale

46

Oct.

Sept.

94

Nov.

101)4 Sale

§

88% Feb.
9
Oct.
3 107% Sept. 14
Nov. 19 103% May 22

Nov. 11

Nov. 30 100)4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

102)4 Sale

70
35
88
84

88
94
e 18.
e 18.

9

O

Wash Wat Pow 1st 30-yr 5s
1939 J J
Westchester Light gold 5s.......1950 J D
West Penn Pow 1st 5s series A
1946 M 8
1st 5s series E
.......1963 M

91

|Nov.

102)4 Sale

3

19
Oct. 22
Sept. 23
Oct.

87% Jan.

Sale

J
J
Stamped July 1931 coupon '39
Warren Bros Co deb 6s———1941 M 8

94)4 Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1939 M 8 "46)4 Sale
1941 J D 100)4 102
13
Sale
1939 J J

1st secured 5s series G........1956 J

89

Nov. 10
Nov. 6

27 %
Sale
Sale

76)4 Sale
97)4 Sale

95)1

50

Nov.

32

95
32

81

Sale
Sale
Sale

73
101)4

Sale
Sale
Sale
90

4

Nov.

Sale

97
57
102
,187

Sale Prices.
67
Jan. 30
60% Mar 23

Nov. 28
Nov. 2
Nov. 23

71)4 Nov.
35
90

57
Sale
3)4 Sale

84

Sale
Sale

98)4

95

Sale

1952 J J
Va Iron Coal A Coke 1st g 5s....1949 M 8
73,000 Virginia Ry A Pow 1st 0s
1934 J J
14,000 Walworth Co 6)4* aer A (with war) *35 A O
Without warrants..........
6,000
1st s f 6s series A.........—..1945 A O
23,000
701,000 Warner Bros Pictures cony deb 6sl939 MS
11,000 Warner Co 1st 6s with warrants.1944 A O
A

79)4

Sale Prices.

12)4
20)4 Nov. 10
11)4
17
Nov. 18
30
45
Nov. 11
Nov. 4 102)4 Nov. 9 100
95
Nov. 19
Nov. 19 95

13)4 Nov. 2
16)4 Nov. 30
43)| Nov. 10

Sale

101H

.

Victor Fuel 1st s f 5s..

Without warrants—.—.

61)4 Sale
3)4 Sale

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Lowest.

82

94
97)4 Sale
See Foreign Bonds, pag
See Foreign Bonds, pag
50
56
49)4 Sale
60
63
67
Sale
59
46
48)4 50
79 % Sale
75 % Sale
65
Sale
64
Sale
64
Sale
65)4 Sale

97
Sale

United Rys St L 1st g 4s
1934 J
U 8 Rubber 1st A ref 5s series A..1947 J

Warner-Qulnlan deb 6s...

.....

Sale
Sale
93 %
51
70
75

Sale
Sale

United Steamship

Warner Sugar Ref 1st 7s
Warner Sugar Corp 1st 7s...

90
85

-----

*75"

1949 m 9
4)4*—1943 MN
Trumbull Steel 1st • 16s
1940 MN
Twenty-third St Ry Imp A ref 5s.l962 j
Tyrol Hydjro-Elec Power 7)4*
1955
Guar sec * f 7s —-—..——-1953
UJlgawa Elec Power 7s——
1945
Union El L A P 1st g 5* (Mo).
1932 M S
Refunding 5s...—
......1933 MN
J
Union Elec LAP (Ml) 1st 5)4*—1954 J
Union Elev Ry Chic 1st 5s
1945 A O
Union OH Cal 30-yr 6s ser A May 1942 F A
First Hen s f 5s ser C
Feb 1 2923*4 o
Deb 5s with warrant—'....Apt 1945jjf D
United Biscuit (Amer) deb 6s
1942 m N
United Drug Trust receipt! 5s—1953 M 8

15>yr 6s
1932 MN
United Steel Wks g 6)4* ser A...1951 J D
Series C
.............1951 J
Sinking fund deb 6)4* aer A...1947 J
United Stl Wks(Burbach) a f g 7s 1951 A
Universal Pipe A Rad deb 6s....1936 J
Unterelbe Power A Ltg 6s
.1953 A
Utah Light A Trac 1st A ref 5S..1944 A
Utah Power A Light 1st 5s—...1944 F
Utlca Elec Lt A Pr 1st s f g 5s—.1950 J
1950 J
23",565 Utica G A El tef A ext 5a
'47 J
231,000 UtiUtles Pow A Ltg deb g 5He
Debenture gold 5s......—....1959 F
1,109,000
196,000 Vanadium Corp (Am) conv 5a... 1941 A
26,000 Vertientes Sugar 1st a f 7s—....1942 J

1,000
17,000
35,000
4,000
13,000
95,000
2,000
21,000
43,000
39,000
62,000

90

70%

71
93

1st 5s

Truax-Traei Coal conv

_

95

.....

82

M

MN

Ask'
Sale

30)4 Sale

Sale
Sale

_

51,000

95
82

65)4 Sale

A O
8

17

12)4
17)4 16)4 Sale
Sale
39)4 43)| 45
101)4 102)4 101
100)4 101

98
97

---

Trenton Gas A Elec

Sale

Highest.

Lowest

Nov. 80.

Ask. Bid.

14

4

F A
99
Sale
J d
61
Sale
J j
15
26
Sugar Estates Ortente 7s
..1942 M S
Certificates of deposit...
M S
107%
Syracuse Lighting Co 1st g 6$—1951 j
Taiwan Elec Pow 5)4*.—...—1971
1,000 Tenn Coal Iron A RR gen a.
1951 j J 102)4 104
Tenn Copper A Chem—
94
91
Conv deb 6s series B----------1944
160,000
104 % Sale
160,000 Tenn Elec Power 1st A ref 6s
1947
100 % Sale
1,458,000 Texas Corp conv deb 5s.--------1944
85,000 Third Ate 1st ref 4s—-—...—1960
46% Sale
29
Sale
732,000
Adjustment Income 5s
Jan I960
93
95
48,000 Third Ave RR 1st gold 5s...
1937
91)4 93)4
88,000 Toho Elec Power (Ltd) 7s ser A..1955
96 %
96 %
272,000
6% gold notes..—————1932 J J
Tokyo Electric Light (Ltd)
Sale
742,000
1st M 6s $ Series......June 15 1953 J

24,666

Bid.

.....

J
A O

Nov. 2.

40

-----

f g 7a.—1935

Sierra 5c San Fran

76 %
105)4
97%

103$

68,000 Shtnyetsu £1 Pow 1st *%•——-1952
Shubert Theatre deb 6s......... 1942

27,000
2,000
20,000
106,000
113,000
44,000
86,000
258,000
312,000
363,000
195,000
98,000
115,000
40,000
203,000
209,000
166,000
640,000
229,000
55,000

Ask.

Bid.

I

75.000

1.

Jan. 2

1031.

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price

BONDS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov,
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Sept.
Aug.
Oct.
Oct.

3% Nov.
6
July
3% Oct.
3

Oct.

92% Oct.
82% Nov.
26
Apr.
28% Apr.

UX
97
97
69

Tr®

23
91
29 105
16
_

28
17

9

Feb. 27

Apr. 10
May 21
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.

27
23
5
9

25
25
3
21
10
Mar. 20
June 30
Jan. 19

July 31
14

ti?« Aug.
June

107$ Aug.

5

4

107% July 27
107% Aug. 25
102% July 20
111
Aug. 19
104% Aug. 13
Mar. 10

"it® Mar. 11
103
92

To*

tp

*8%

M

Feb. 20
Jan.
8

July
May
Apr.
Apr.

21
19

Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

10
24
10

23
13

10

Sept.

7

75

Oct.

1
Feb. 21
Jan.
6
63% Nov. 18
6
103% Feb.

Nov. 11

75

Oct.

101

82% Nov.
81

86

79
94
72
70
23
52
60
101
30
20
7

w

Jan.

101
83

Apr. 23

I

3TJ

York Stock Exchange

New

RECORD

MONTHLY AND YEARLY

as
E

PRICES DURING NOVEMBER 1931.

RANGE OF STOCK
Shares

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30
In accordance with a

lots, except in the case

37,355,208
526,659,541

rule of the Stock Exchange,

of stocks which sell only in a

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

751,273,764

effective Oct. 3 1915, all stocks are now quoted
small way. Option sales are disregarded.

Prices

dollars per share

SALES.

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK

In

Since

November

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE
Par.

Shares.

115,950
4,100
7.900
231,325

3,600
3,000
160

44,206
2,500
2,800
1,000
200

108.200

""loo
150

1,500
250,500

7,300
17,200

15,600
31,400
56,900
3,200
28,800
4,700
4,500

10,000 Alabama A \icksburg—.100
20.000 Albany fit Susquehanna. 100
90.200 Allegh A West Ry 0% gtd.100
10U
830.300 Atchison Top A S Fe
Preferred
-.-100
62.500
56,650 Atlan Coast Line RR----100
1,700,440 Baltimore A Ohio———100
Preferred
——100
35,745
34,600 Bangor A Aroostook......50
Preferred
......—.100
2,530
.———.50
100 Beech Creek RR
689,200 Bkln-Manhat tr ctfs——*
Trusts ctfs pref
*
43,500
44,300 Brooklyn lie Queens Transit.*
Preferred
*
21,700
9,700 Boston A Maine....—...100

1,588,380

Canadian

90

3,500
10

50

50

18,100
2,500
1,100

1,900
2,100
295.400
56,200
11,500

37,655

374,250

120

300

""250
8,800
300

61,800
300

110
180

17,800

'""220
10
70
20

"6",856
2,300
7,700
23,700
60

12,900
100

1,216,000
7,300
5,600
640

•

Sale

35

24% Sale

22

Nov.

38

Sale

29

52
Sale

x26

Sale

88

94

50%

Sale

57%
108

..100

83

43%
78

10

11%

10

SOX

53

60

53% Nov.

24

12

20

15

75

85
Sale

32 X

4X

Sale

15 J*

910

2,385
438,900
96,350

......

SO
14,845 New York fit Harlem
10% non-cum pref
50
100.000
300 N Y Lackawanna fit West. 100

No per Value.




x

Ex-dividend.

Nov.

Nov.

44

Nov. 27

40

5

21

26% Nov. 10
46% Nov. 9
38
Nov. 9

11

Nov.

20% Nov. 28
16% Nov. 27

67

15

43

22

23

24

21

24 X

26

24

81

Sale

26

Sale

Ma
8%

6%

Sale

10

$

Nov. 27
Nov. 28

25% Nov.

26

Nov. 12

26

80%
22%
7%
10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9% Sale
41%

9% Nov. 30

Sale

20% Nov. 30

22

6

5

Nov. 12

30 104% Nov. 9
28 39% Nov. 9
24 13% Nov. 12
Nov. 30
30 10

Nov. 30

12

Sale

.

14% Nov. 11
Nov.
9
13% Nov. 11

20

29% Nov.

9

60
14

%
3%
31%

14%
1%
8%

15

Sale

68

14

Sale

25

46
Sale

8%
7% Sale
5

4

10

12%

42

27

15% Sale
Sale

26

45%

37

Sale

10

1%

>

Sale

30 H

Sale

88

Sale

71%

X
75
114 H

74
85
165
99

79

121

2

14% Sale
Sale

.....

a
15

1%

18

12% Nov.

7

3% Nov. 19
Nov. 28
% Nov. 2

% Nfev.

2

3^

6% Sale
17
Sale
9% Sale
22% Sale
32

20

h

%

x

10% Nov. 28
24% Nov. 25
15
Nov. 24
25
Nov. 28

37% Nov. 28

8% Nov. 30
1

% Nov.

9

15% Nov.

9

17% Nov.

5

1 % Nov.

9

130
120

31% Sale
8
11

Sale
Sale

110% Sale
120

Jan.

60

Jan.

563

Mar. 13

423

Feb.

24

Feb.

11

39% Nov. 11
20
Sept. 19
20
Sept. 22
6
20
Oct.

9% Nov. 20

% Nov. 11
2
Nov. 23

1%

Oct.

55

Nov.

8% Nov. 28
21% Nov. 30
60
Nov. 25
30
Nov. 28
% Nov. 6

9
9
9

16% Nov.
39% Nov.
73

35

Nov. 10
Nov. 9
% Nov. 17

67

4

Mar.

Feb. 17

7

89

Feb. 24

5
28.
23
Mar. 1
34
32% Feb. 28
13% Mar. 7
Feb. 28
11

9 114

Feb.

78

Jan.

61

Jan.

Sept. 21
8% Nov. 30

35

6% Nov. 30
9% Sept. 22
2% Sept. 26
1
2% Oct.

55%
13
15
Oct
1%
% Oct. 14
[51 % May 22 155
8% Sept. 21 45

Feb.

11

Jan.

20

8

Apr.

Feb. 26

64

Nov. 24 61
Nov. 28 111

Jan.

25

37

Oct.

9
9
9

Feb.

15

8

8% Nov. 30
% Jan. 13
Aug. 10

7% Oct.

20

61
39

Feb.

Feb. 28
Feb. 28

3% Feb. 17
10% Feb. 25
Feb. 18

22

Sept. 16

Feb.

17

18

Jan.

28

Feb.

12
10

X Jan.
2

Oct.

Sept. 15
Sept. 21

14

5% Oct.

5

Nov. 28

15

July 28
Mar. 11

26% Jan.

29

Jan.

16

85

8% Nov. 28 42% Feb. 21
Feb. 11
21% Nov. 30 107
Nov. 25 85% Apr. 11
60
Oct.

7

% Oct.

30

94*
55% Nov. 11
15
Nov. 2
19
Nov. 10
9
Nov. 30
Nov. 7
109% Nov. 30 135
Nov. 30
6% Nov. 27

28

9
9

Feb. 24

8* Jan. 9
Mar. 18
2h* Feb. 24
Frb. 17
U Feb. 9

12% Nov. 27
45

Jan.

45% Feb. 27
5
40% Jan.
68
Apr. 22
69% Feb .124

9% Nov. 30
60% Sept. 11
6
20
Oct.
67
Mar. 4
5
8% Oct.
5
14% Oct.
% Sept. 8
4% Nov. 11
27
Sept. 19

8

18
Nov.
9% Nov.
28% Nov.

7

Jan.

39^

Nov. 30

12

2

14% Nov. 20
5% Nov. 28
15
Nov. 28

9

_

44

% Oct. 15
% Sept. 29
8% Nov. 28

Nov. 11

2

Mar.

80% Nov. 30 157% Feb. 25
Jan.
8
22% Nov. 28 102
Feb. 1C
7% Nov. 24 45%
Nov. 30
10
10
Nov. 30

5

9% Nov. 20

91

cn

48

80%

42% Nov. 12

""""

Sale
Sale

Nov.

20

28
9

Jan.

44% May 28

24% Nov. 25

Nov.

Nov.

27

Mar. 24

101
90

6
21% Nov. 11
38
Nov. 11

39

10

60

71
40

18% Sale
125

6-.
12

15

35

53

4% Nov. 14
3% Nov. 19
20
Nov. 10

Nov. 11
Nov. 14
Nov.
6

49

41

5%

2

8% Sale
22% 23%

113

6
Sale

5%

10
17

3
10

1a
Sale
82 X

4%
9%

%
%
2% Sale

66

76

1

6%
9%

2

70

6

15

%

1

30

3

15

11

25

Sale

8

45
Sale

23% Nov. 11

3% Nov.

14

19% Sale

4

20

5
Nov.
7
Nov.
9
60% Nov. 11

35

175

36%
45%
16% Sale

40

9

9

2%
1%

Nov.

15
Nov. 9
15% Nov. 20

12% Nov. 27
45
Nov.
9
35
Nov. 2
8% Nov. 30
6% Nov. 30

50

35

9
7

4% Nov. 11
28% Nov. 28
60

48

17%
X Sale

Nov.
Nov.

15

Mar. 18

65% Jan.

20% Nov.
16% Nov.
63
Oct.
44% May

39% Nov. 11
22
Nov. 27

21

8% Nov. 28

Sale

12

Nov.

24

Nov. 11

8
10
7
10
23
10

45% Feb. 24
116

Nov.

Nov. 27

22

34

5

11

39% Nov. 11

36

5

21

20

13%

10

Oct.

3% Oct.

32

150

5

12% Sale
22% Sale
18
Sale
60% 70

34

15

Oct.

12

Sale

43

8% Sale

Jan.
7% Feb.
27% July
53% Feb.
8% Jan.
15% Feb.

110

Sept.
3% Oct.

6% Nov.

40

Sale

46% Feb. 10
2% Jan. 12
1 % Jan. 12
% Jan. 16

23 % Oct.

9

24

90 H

Oct

82

17% Nov.

16

54

45% Feb. 24
62
June 24
92
Feb.
9
102
Apr. 30
230
Feb.
5

Nov.

6% Nov. 28

22

50

94% Feb. 11
13% June 20
64% June 27
66
Feb. 20

Oct.

2

24

——

100
359,700 Missouri Pacific
Preferred
..........100
181,900
—.50
535 Morris 8c Essex.—..
1,700 Nash Chatt fit St Louis...100
13,700 Nat Rys of Mex 2nd pref—100
1st preferred...—......100
3,450
460 New Orl Tex fit Mexico ..—100
100
8.719,889 New York Central
36,000 N. Y. Chicago fit St Louis. 100
Preferred
...........100
23,500

79

Feb. 25
69% Mar. 2

42

5

58% Feb.

*24"

preferred....

.......

Jan.

Nov. 18
Nov. 11
Nov.
9

9
9

16

guar.—..100
........100

Ry........100
100
.100
Second preferred
..100
Minneapolis fit St Louis..100
Minn St Paul 8c S S M
100
Preferred..............100
Leased line......——100
Mo Kan-Texas
*
Preferred..............100
Prior

Nov. 24

11
60
70

3% Nov.
6% Nov.

21

Sale
46

Market Street

Preferred

15

9

8% Sale

Sale

20

......

Mod guar

8

2% Nov. 30
3% Nov. 30

13

60

70 X Sale
320,000 Illinois Central..........100
112
6% pref series A.......100 108
3,500
Leased line stock...... 100
71% 78
1,320
60
Sale
RR sec stock ctfs—
.1000
3,940
26 X Sale
306,000 Interboro Rapid Transit..100
Certificates of deposit..100
17,600
SH "16"
2,620 Int Rys of Cent Amer—..*
8 H Sale
Certificates.————.—.*
630
41
47
Preferred
100
2,065
...100
H
%
880 Iowa Central.....
60 Joliet fit Chicago RR 7% pflOO
35
Sale
90,900 Kansas City Southern—..100
53
Sale
Preferred......—.—.100
14,900

..100

Oct.

50

5H

21,200 Gulf Mobile fit Northern..l00
Preferred.......———.100
8,400
2,700 Havana Elec. Ry...........*
Preferred..
—100
650
87,700 Hudson fit Manhattan....100
Preferred..............100
8,100

Manhattan Ry

16

50

2% Sale
4% Sale

Sale

Western.—100

—.50

5

9
9

Sale

37

31% Oct.
67% Oct.
6% Oct.

5% Nov.
18% Nov.

3% Nov. 30
12

72

34% Sale

25

34% Nov. 11

31
62
32

SOX

Feb.

Nov. 28

40
3

24

82

Nov.

7

17% Nov.

26% Nov. 28

Sale
Sale

4

16X

15%

Sale

77
43
40%

Oct.

86

105

47 %
83

6
5

26

10

10

95

95
86

,

38% Nov. 30

% July
% July
% Jan.

Sale
37% Sale

92

90

Sale

28

Sale

Sale
103

34

Sale

93

Nov. 30

Nov.

Nov. 18 70
80
Nov. 11
Nov.
4 104

70
79

81

81
95

Nov.

13% Nov. 27

14% Sale

15% Sale

Nov. 28 108%
Nov. 28 120

22

80

9
11% Nov. 5
57
Nov. 16
17% Nov. 16

77

Nov.

10

Sale

2,160
378,900
2,850

70

18

39 % Sale
52
60
80 %
85
96
98

43% Nov.

32% Nov.
69% Nov.

Sale

66

27
7
27
24

Apr. 13
Jan. 23
87% Feb. 24
80% Feb. 27
66% Feb. 26
113% Mar. 9

42

42

Nov.

86

d*

fit

89,200 Lehigh Valley
74,300 Louisville fit Nashville

38% Nov.
x26% Nov.

86%
43%

Sale

Sale

700

1,700

Nov.

Sale

17,800
20,850

210
220

Nov.

42

Sale

""loo

44,700
16,900

80

Sale

137

""""600.

24,200
10,400

Sale

45

Hudson——100
50
pref 100
Detroit 8c Mackinac pref.. 100
Duluth South Sh fit Atl-.lOO
Preferred....—.......100
Erie
100
First preferred......... 100
Second preferred..——100
Erie fit Pittsburgh—......50
Great Northern pref.....100

810

"""420

80

58
Sale

Sale

Lack fic Western

8,500

450

Sale

Sale

53

100 X

Jan.
Jan.

5 105
7 225

112% Apr. 20 118% May
Nov. 30 203% Feb.

121% Nov. 11
92% Nov. 5
62
Nov. 11
39% Nov. 9
51% Nov. 10
35
Nov. 10
88% Nov. 11

87% Nov.

93

92

Sale

Denver Rio Gr 8c Wes

Del

200

Sale

Sale

110 Green Bay fit

'"166

....

Prices.

Sale

Jan.

225

Sale

1st

Delaware

Lowest

Sale Prices.

105

50

Special

Highest.
Sale Prices.

102%

preferred...
100
2d preferred... ....
100
48,000 Consolld RR of Cuba pref.100
100
2,260 Cuba RR pref

162,400
205,800
19,500

1.

Highest.

Lowest.

Ask.

179

330,150 Chicago 8c North West...100
Preferred
100
.12,800
100
437,140 Chic Rock Isl fie Pac
7% prefferred
100
26,400
6% preferred
——.—100
20,700
590 Cleveland 8c Pittsburgh...50

22,900
22,900
1,000

SINCE JAN.

97% Oct.

200

230

220

Stamped
100
2,590
100 194 % 225
8,900 Central RR of N J
40% Sale
1,839,500 Chesapeake & Ohio—....25
% Sale
100
78,100 Chicago fic Alton.. ...
% Sale
Preferred
..—.100
61.500
Preferred certificates—.
600
18
Chic 8c East III RR
100
98
105
100
""2l6 C C C 8c St Louis pref
6% Sale
150,300 Chicago Great Western..100
19 % Sale
Preferred
—100
277,800
10 Chic Indlanap 8c Loulsv pflOO
331,800 Chic Mil St Paul 8c Pacific..* "5% Sale
9% Sale
Preferred....—..—
100
552,900

530
250

Ask. Bid.

Ask. Bid.

65

Pacific———..25

2,500 Colorado fit Southern

basis of 100-share

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

2.

Nov.

1931.
Bid.

.100
300 Canada Southern...
960 Carolina Clinch 8c O com .100

100

300

.100

are on

Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

$185,806,100
2,499,222,150

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

AQQREOATB

1930.

1931.
$230,894,400
.2,718,150,300

Bond Sales.

1930.
51,946,840

1931.

Stock Sales.

28

80

5
9

Jan.

Feb.

June

1
2 143

Feb. 24

Nov.

30,132%

88
94
109% Nov. 30227
145
Sept. 101145
Jan. 151110
105

6% Nov. 27
9

Feb. 25

1

Mar. 20

Nov. 30

Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Feb

24
11
o

24

Sept. 10
June
4

30

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE SALES

Price
Jan. 2

1931.

Shares.

Bid.

Par.

579,150 NYNH4 Hartford
51,930
193,400
14,600
14,500
106,900
5,360

Preferred
100
N Y Ontario Ac Western..100

NYRyg pf

109

100
100

First preferred...—....100
3d preferred
100

820

......

...

2,300
113,500
34,010
2,604
576,530
55,750

93

"68"
6

9%

18

June 12
Nov. 28

8

Jan.

64

Feb.

July

Sale

13

Nov.

% Nov.
% Nov.
31

Nov.

20
30

Nov.

Nov.

7% Nov.

Nov. 23
Oct. 29

4

82% Sale

Nov.

25

Nov.

78)4 Nov.
63)4 Nov.

Sale

64

Nov.

4

81

5

12

Nov. 28

11% Nov.

854 Nov.

6

14

9

Nov.

9

20

Sale
Sale

16

554 Nov. 28

10

Sale

7
3

Sale

7

99 y

10%
10)4
4)4
10%

Nov. 27
Nov. 27
Nov. 27

Nov. 11
Nov. 9
Nov. 9
Nov. 9

35

100

10)4

11

Feb.

8

80

Jan.

20

8
Sept- 22
Sept.30

May 16
Feb.

4

Jan.

86
6 157

Feb.

9

Mar.

24 153

Nov. 30
Nov. 14
Nov. 28

30
130

7

16

46

Jan.

11
5

47

Jan.

Feb.

16

Sept. 16 148)4 Mar. 16
Oct.
1
31)4 Feb. 11

12

554 Nov.

6254 Jan.

Oct.

W.,

Nov.

9

Feb.
Jan.

24

60

May

IB
83

Nov.
Nov.

76

5)4 Apr.
3% Oct.

12

Jan.

12
11
Feb. 10
Feb. 10
Jan. 30
Jan. 14

109)4 Feb.

954 Nov.
14% Nov,
20
30

27

33% Jan.

Oct.
Nov.

31

27

Jan.

76

5)4 Nov.

29, 15)4
2

10

July

17% Feb. 17
16
Feb.
62
9
78% Nov. 30 205% Feb. 24
63% Nov. 1? 87
May 18
19

Oct.

80% Aug.

5% Sale

8

85

92% Feb. 25

Nov. 25

Apr. 15

2

Nov. 30
Nov. 11
Nov. 13
Nov.
9

3
10
9
10

Jan.

150
43
33

Nov.
5
Nov. 9
Nov.
9
Nov. 10
Nov. 10,
Nov. 18*

Nov.

19% Nov.
14)4 Nov.

Mar. 23

Feb.

Nov. 10
Nov. 12
Nov.
9
Nov. 14

Nov.

2
27

Mar. 23

140% Nov. 20 163

13)4 Nov. 23

5)4 Nov.

26 h

9

10
Sale

41

100

28% Sale
102 %

»

.....100
*

16 %

Sale

80)4
23)4
23%

100
*

•

83%
24
25

new.

Gold

5
10
26

80% Aug. 24

Nov.
Oct.

26

Jan.

9

51

Jan.

9

Apr.

26

Apr. 28

554 Oct.
5% Oct.

20

1954 Feb. 24

Nov.

i«
45

Feb.

24

Oct.

9
14% Feb.
3154 Feb. 24

Sept.
Sept.

90

Jan.

20

94

Jan.

5

nH

*

17)4

Amer

Sale

18
2

16
Sale

60
62

*!

32
119
147

Sale
Sale

71)4
30
81

*

38 X

*

Coal

19)4 Sale
9 % Sale

Sale
58
2

6

4

8

Sale

96
x82%
135)4

Sale

5

Sale

Sale

Sale

22

40
Sale

4)4 Nov.
10

m

1

21

AA

954

Sale
Sale

34

65
Sale

44
6

8

8

Sale

9

7

Nov. 28

1

Nov. 10
4
Nov.

9

18

2

Nov.

9

Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 27

10% Nov.

21

23% Nov.

28

58

Nov. 10

2

4

Nov. 21

6% Nov.

20
80
67

Nov. 27
Nov. 25

22% Nov.

2

9)4 Nov. 27
40% Nov. 30
7)4 Nov. 21
Nov. 25

3354 Nov. 30

10% Nov. 28

44

48

17% Nov.

35

45)4 Nov. 28

39)4

40
21

55
47
32

51
45

32)4
5)4

i!H

Sale

72 ~

77)4
19% Sale

iP
49

9%

.* 25*

21
70

Sale

31

Saie

71%

3)4 Sale

"17H Saie" 1
90

24% Sale
75

7

8)4 Nov. 4
10% Nov. 12
4% Nov. 12

Sale

90

n»
6
3

13
Sale

Sale
50
Sale

5*
1054 Sale
60)4

I*
2

Sale
3
4

7}

Sale

28

Sale

2

21% Sale
4% Sale
2

3

11

14

48)4 Sale

8*

36

54)4
Sale

7
4

Nov. 28
Nov. 13

11% Nov. 28

Nov. 27
Nov. 30

4% Nov. 30
2% Nov. 23
10% Nov. 4

44% Nov. 30
13)4 Nov.

6

50

9

Nov.

5

Sale

654 Nov. 28
% Nov. 7
5
Nov. 30

8

Sale

8

54

20

Sale
Sale

2

Sale

20
2

4
1)4
6)4 Sale

Nov. 25

6

56)4 Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 24

26

Sale

Nov. 23
24)4 Nov. 30

37

Sale
Sale

33)4 Nov,

Sale

30

Sale

Nov.

Aug. 17
Feb. 24
Feb. 25
Feb. 25

8

Nov.

Feb.

Sept.

68

1% Nov.

6

15

Nov.

9

9

Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov.

9

554 Nov.
3

15
55

5
Nov. 11
Nov.
7
Nov.

9

1654 Nov. 12
54% Nov. 13
10% Nov. 9
54 Nov.
5

Nov. 30

14% Nov. 10
60% Nov. 9
27

Nov.

9

3

Nov.

2

Nov.

2

9j 39)4 Nov. 23

20

Oct.

60

May

4

0
18254 Feb. 24
3 126
Apr.
7
Oct.
5
4254 Feb. 26
May 27 18% Feb.
9
Oct.
15
2% Mar. 25
0(t.
20
Jan. 24

114% Oct.
14
8

6*
13

Oct.

23

May

6%
5%
17%
50%

Mar. 21

254 Mar.

Oct.
Oct.

29%

Feb.

2954 Feb.

Nov.

6254

Nov.

Feb.

5
25
19
13

66)4 Feb.
4 54 Jan.

26

June
Oct.

17% Jan.

9

20

Nov.

38

80

Nov.

67

Nov.

132% Nov.
9

,12454

If 155$

Oct.

5

40

Sept. 16
6% Sept. 21
43
Nov. 25
31 % Oct.
6

86
88

21

Nov. 30

6

4% Sept. 22
Sept. 21

A*

37

6

iH
5
21

June

2
8

Feb. 24
Mar. 20
Feb.

26

79% Feb. 25
1054 Jan.
9
8
30

26

1

1% Jan.
9
July
3
3054 Feb. 26
8454 Mar. 6
4354 Mar. 19

6

22

Oct.
6
Nov. 30
Oct.
5
Oct.
5

May 27
Sept. 21
Oct.

31

Oct.

29

33% Nov.

Mar.

Feb. 24

6

6

2% Oct.

90

Sept. 2
Feb. 27
Feb. 16

5

5

Oct.
June

23

Mar. 31
Apr.
6
Mar. 20
3154 Feb.
9
7754 Jan. 30

Oct.
Oct.

10% Oct.
48% Oct.

Mar. 18
Jan.

4854 Mar. 20

Oct.

Oct.

Apr. 30

4354 Feb. 24

June

40

9

Feb. 24
Mar. 10
Mar. 26

3854 Feb. 24

3
85
5
21%
Oct.
1
14%
1
16
354 Oct.
9
Sept. 21 33%
182
Jan. 28 J12
10% Nov. 28 5154
8 [00
45% Oct.

5
5

7

1054 Nov. 10
4l
Nov. 10

11

Feb.

20

50

7% Nov. 14

250
Sale

Sale

2

2

15% Nov. 10
58% Nov. 11
954 Nov. 10
45% Nov. 9
38)| Nov. 9

12

75

June

2

6

2
Nov. 10
Nov.
7

90

Sale

5

1)1

Sale

Sale

9

Nov. 14

16

754 Sale
4)4
1154 Sale

5

Nov. 28
Nov. 30

Sale

1)4 Sale

T
9

24
24
4

June

1

50$ Nov.
"°V'

43

Feb.

Feb.

354 Nov.
3% Nov.

7

50

85

7)4
42

Oct.
Jan.

9

83
93)4
96
Nov.
69)4 Sale
Nov, 28
87% Nov.
130)4 134
Nov.
132)4 Nov. 25 136

41 %

Nov.

1* Sept.

9

Nov.

Nov. 28 99)4
Nov.
4j 120
Nov. 30
1954
Nov. 30 11%

Sale

Sale

22

7% Nov. 14

Sale

50)4 Sale
1)4

2

6

Feb.
2
Mar. 17
Nov.
7

20% Oct.
Nov.

24

Apr.

Aug. 29

Sept.

ih

Nov. 10

8)4 Nov.
9)4 Nov.

Nov. 20

Feb.

Jan.
Oct.

Nov. 16

6

Nov. 28

22

7* 12*

7%
8
44
45)4
35)4 Sale

Sale

50

Nov. 14

3

20

13)4 Sale
50

82

75

2

7

6% Nov.

68)4 Nov.

17)4 Nov. 16

554 Nov. 23
354 Nov. 28
3)4 Nov. 28

4

22)4

74
69
7

..

13

Nov.

6954 Nov. 12

Sale'

28%

12

Nov. 18
Nov. 27

8)4 Sale
4)4
12% Sale
98% 250

Sale

•

4,110 American News Co.........*

88

Sale

11
19

•

Voting trust ctfs......_..*
200,800 American Metal
♦
2,800
Preferred (ft)
iff
71,590 Am Nat Gas preferred......

78
32)4

V*

41

100

Preferred
—...100
Amer Locomotive
*
Preferred
.....100
An Mach A Foundry
»
Amer Machine A Metals
*

20

2

2% Sale
4% Sale
5
3)4

5
Sale

27

*

22M
1)4

110)4

10G

100

1454 Nov. 30
53)4 Nov. 28

Sale

5

10
Sale

63 %

124 54
Sale

Co
of
Alleghany
County, N J
25
41,400 American Colortype
*
324,000 Am Com Alcohol v t cl
•

Preferred

5

86
Sale
77)4
73)4
117)4 118
1,8* 119% 118
Sale
16)4 Sale
1554
10)4
11)4
8X Sale
854
154
1
1)4
5
15
Sale
7)4
Sale
14)4 Sale
16
14)4
154

2%
13 %

..100

867,500 Amer Internet Corp.....
53,400 Am La France A Foamite

Nov.

4% Nov.

o

8)4
20
Sale

SH

50

100,700 Am European Securities
*
50 American Express Co..... 100
10,107,900 Am A Foreign Power....
*
37,000
Preferred
mm*
48,500
Preferred (6)
*
97,750
2d pref A
39,000 Am Hawaiian Steamship
10
43,000 Amer Hide A Leather
36,800
Preferred
100
262,000 Amer Home Products..
»
146,100 American Ice
*

Nov. 17
Nov. 20

15

3

Sale

7*

101

18,700 Amer Encaustic Tiling

13

14)4 Sale

10

2% Oct,

7
4

8

Agrlc Chem (Conn)..*
Preferred

Amer AgrJc Chemical
(Del).*
American Bank

....

Nov.
9
Nov. 18
Nov.

7
Sale

%

142,400 Amer Car A Foundry..
17,770
Preferred
52,900 American Chain
7,100
Preferred.
169,100 American Chicle......

4

10

6
4

121

26

74

2

Sale

sir

Feb.

Aug 27
May
4

30

56

22~~

Oct.

Oct.
Jan.

6)4 Nov. 27

3
Sale

78

5

21 *

9

68)4 Nov. 30
2554 Nov. 30

Sale

45

9

7

Sale

Sale

3954 Sale
41

26

Nov.
Nov.

5)4 Nov.

Sale

Sale

*

Preferred
—IIlOO
9,803,100 American Can.........
25
Preferred
22,900
I.IIloo

Sale

26
13

2)4
15)4 Sale

7)4
7)4

Feb.

15
29

100
Sale

80

28)4 Sale
1354 Sale

44

2
2

Nov. 30

21

100

Sale"

Sale

8

39 54
38

......100

♦[

Sale

15

Alpha Portland Cement

Am BrakeS AF

7!*

2)4 Nov.
754 Nov.

iVASale
22

2)4

Amalgamated Leather...

Preferred.

A

Sale

lV/a

....

American Beet Sugar
Preferred

2)4
7% Sale
29)4

65

*

Note..

Sale

AH

Mln.10

Preferred
........100
Allis Chalmers Mfg
»




15

45
Sale

90
90

*

Preferred

value.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

44

...

♦Njpar

%
%
34)|
11)4

106
18

8*
2?*

Jan.

MISCELL.

360 Alliance Realty..
_»
3,166,455 Allied Chem A Dye........,*

44,100
4,700

10

28
Sale

8

Sale
18

6

Nov. 24

5% Nov.

9% Sale

12

Sale

41
35

100

12

Sale

7

Sale

Sale
Sale

"ir*

13

If*
16

i8H

45
180
84

Mar. 31

June

60
7
12

9K Sept.

70
99

85

100

5,490 Alleghany Steel

110,125
35,700
585,200

954 Sale

17

93
90

Apr. 24i

20

15

9

85

100

25,000 A P W Paper Co..
*
2,004,300 Allegheny Corp..
Pref series A $30 warr'ts .100
70,650
Pref series A $30 ex-war .100
14,300
Pref series A $40 warr'ts 100
16,350

6,600

25

1154

Oct.
6
Nov. 13
Oct.
5
Oct. 28
Oct. 23
Nov. 28
June
1

Mar.

37

13

Nov.

152 % 140)4 Nov. 20 142
Nov. 20
139
iio
4454 Sale
43
Nov. 30
58)4 Nov. 9
3154
35% 33
Nov. 14 34)4 Nov. 13
32
30
30
Nov. 28 34)4 Nov. 17
135

140

12

Nov. 25

40

Sale
38

30
110

Nov. 23

24

15

Sale

1*

Affiliated Products....,
Air Reduction
Inc....
114,040 Air-Way Elec Appll Corp....*

11,600

13

40

52%
30)4

47%

49

Adams Mlllls...

140 Am

19*4

17
25
18 %
24
135
166

47

100

Addressograph Internet

Preferred
Amerada Corp..

4

9

40

...100

kH
A"

9
9

Sale
Sale
Sale
49
Sale
Sale
Sale

too

Nov. 28
5)4 Oct.
5

Nov. 11

18)4 Nov.
25)4 Nov.

1,367,500

21,600

5

21

23

.......

535,775
49,945
7,000
4,600
148,550
2,300
1,800
81,900
82,850
3,490
20,200
4,528
84,400
3,210

4)4 Nov. 13

11

43
63 %

......100

15,020 Abraham A Straus
1,760
Preferred..
907,100 Adams Express

Alassca Juneau

7

18% Nov. 24

25
55 %

Nov. 27

68

2)4 Nov. 10
84% Nov. 9

Sale

..100

205,700 Abitibl Power A P..
47,500
Preferred

6,861,000

Nov. 28

Sale

42%

9,200
Second preferred.
100
26,700 Western Pacific
.......100
34,150
Preferred
100

Advance Rumely

Nov. 23

18

46

100

23

Nov. 23

20

10

A

2
22

2

91%

137
147
23 %
30

Vicks Shreve A Pac
5% pf.100
196,600 Wabash
100
Preferred A............100
47,700

INDUSTRIAL

Nov. 23

15)4

100

269 Wheeling A Lake Erie
620
Preferred...........

5

Highest.

9

4"

Sale

110

Mobile A Ohio certifs..l00
Texas A Pacific
100
Third Avenue
.....100
Twin City Rapid Transit. 100
Preferred
100

Preferred B_.
495,800 Western Maryland

2

3

2)4

"8054 Sale

...100

Union Pacific........
Preferred

254

32

140 Mi 158

Francisco..100

Southern Pacific Co
Southern Railway...
Preferred

Nov.

95

20
52

Preferred
—100
St Louis Southwest...... 100

100

Sale
8
Sale

10

1.

Sale Prices.
94% Feb. 24
119% Feb. 24
13% June 26
2
Feb. 27
9
8)4 Jan.
217
Feb. 26

% Nov. 28
% Nov. 28
3
2)4 Nov. 13
Nov.
2
2
*129)4 Nov. 30 156)4 Nov. 10 112
78
Nov. 13
78
Nov,. 13
7554
72%
18)4 Nov. 28 26
Nov.
9
18%

80
Sale

1)4
3)4

45)4 Nov. 9
86M Nov. 12

80

100

Seaboard Air Line
Preferred

Nov. 28
Nov. 25

JAN.

Sale Prices.

Prices.

76%

10 Pitts Ft Wayne A: Chicago. 100
Preferred
100

Preferred

Nov. 27

85

68
23 %

Sale

68
7

Sale

&

7%

20 Pitts Youngs & Ash pf 7% 100
143,300 Reading Company ........50
4,900
First preferred
.50
17,200
Second preferred
...50
180 Rensselaer A Saratoga...100

St Louis-San

Sale

Highest.

Prices.

Sale

Sale

14154 Sale

95
Sale

Sale
23

SINCE

Lowest.

77

470

275,820
141,650
67,000
8,400
371,900
38,000
807,028
448,750
27,250
9,200

205

10
6
57 54

1,984.140 Pennsylvania
50
3,900 Peoria Ac Eastern
100
13,100 Pere Marquette
100
Prior preferred........ 100
5,310
Preferred
2,090
100
100 Phlla Rapid Transit Co...50
150 Pbila Rapid Transit pref._50
13,900 Pittsb A West Virginia..100

2,800 Rutland RR. pref

3^

2

....50

Ask.

Sale

RANGE

Lowest.

Sale

9)4 Sale
%

7

6%

Ask.

82

Sale

198
90
87
47

Nov. 30.

40)4 Sale

Sale

Norfolk Southern........ 100
Norfolk Ac Western
100
Preferred
100

880

Bid.

110

554

*

390 Northern Central...

Nov. 2.

Ask.
Sale

100

562,550 Northern Pacific...
5,600 Pacific Coast

6,840
94,400
31,600
60,600
17,300

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

9

64

Feb. 26

15

7

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

2
2

24

Feb.
5
Jan. 20
Feb. 26

31

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

AGGREGATE SALES

STOCKS

Share*.

817,700
43,400
9.700
46,000
1,688,459
2,340
69,800
1,192,846
230,800
6,300

200

.100

97,800
650

1,800

55,600
8,900
900
700

Amer Power fk.

18k Sale

Preferred

14

American

8k

52,400, Amer Ship & Comm.—.

210

8,630( American Shipbuilding

....

1,187,745 Amer Smelt Ik Refining,

231,100
1,200
2,500

....*

23,900
Preferred
100
26,120
2d Preferred
100
34,800 American Snuff ..........25
2,100
Preferred _
....100
169,266 Amer Solr & Chem Corp....*
45,810
Preferred
...
241,110 Amer Steel Foundries.....
4,288
Preferred
100
52,100 American Stores
........*
126,160 American Sugar Refinlng.lOU
25,200
Preferred
100
67,400 Am Sum Tob
6,004,600 Amer Telep 8c Teleg.
...10<>

2,400
240

27,800
8,100
15,300
210

2,200
19,200
I,300
6,600
896.311
24,600
169,400

"37"'

754 Sale
2553 Sale
110
11054

800

853 Sale
17853 Sale

928,300 Am Wat Wks 8c El
*
94,900
Certificates
......
*
15,150
1st preferred
....
200,066 American Woolen........100
539,500,
Preferred
100

49.6C0
3,600
1,400
9,200

25,600

13,900
1,300
377,680
2,100
4,500

72,300 Anchor Cap Corp...
...*
3,006
Preferred..
•
22,800 Andes Copper Mining Co..
113,700 Archer Daniels Mid
*
1,840
Preferred
100
96,706 Armour (Del) pref
100
608,375 l
222,100
Class B
25
97,500
Preferred
100
75,156 Arnold Constable Corp
*
4,716 Artloom Corporation
•

100

1,000
7,200
50

8.300
16,700
10,600
7,600
2,400
250

646

"*"300
5,900
15,600
500

1,700

270

1,200

3.000

1,200
63,000
5,400

16,300
14,200
973,400
46,200

340

4,706

5,200

32,600
3,500
4,961,316

671", 300
200

6,706

120
500

4,590
2.400

700

60.206

240

3,608
662,310

49,200

49,400
2,040
1,220
720
40

100

88",006
1,030
210

13,500:
1,400
6,100
3,700
1,600
322,200
36,200
332,714
3,200
200

1,500
170
40
30

23,200
3,400
200
300

168,300
31,753
1,300
800

1,600
500

9,000
800

140

73,300
8,600
II,600
9,900
6,100
30

9,400
120

23,500
4,300
7,025

""206
170

47,500
4,500
570
KO

11,500
5,400
2,900
54,800
20

30 H
22
27
80
14

Sale

27 k

26%

24

Sale

1% Sale

Sale

k

9%

Sale
Sale

4

554
95

Sale

92 K
84

If*
I*

...50
•

35,400 Brockway Motor Truck
•
2,220
Preferred
.....100
234,900 Brooklyn Union Gas..
*
21,400 Brown Shoe, Inc......
*
750
Preferred
...
....100

2,275,300 Briggs Manufacturing......*
66,680 Brunswick-Balke-Coll
*
142,000 Brunsw'k Term Ac Ry Sec...*
187,100 Bucyrus-Erle Co
10

Conv preferred
......
5
Preferred (7).........—100
Budd (E G) Mfg..
*
Preferred 7%
100
Budd Wheel
*
Bullard Co
♦

4

21

2

3

Sale

2153 Sale
88 A Sale
105
Sale
58
68
53
ik

104
10




Preferred

.I0n

"\i
2%

Sale

2k Sale
40
35
%
%
11%
6% Sale
19% Sale
66% Sale
44% Sale
96
9853

Sale

43

Sale

3

Sale

2

33%

Sale

%
4

11%
Sale

30

20

21

Sale

66

Sale

65
Sale
06
108
50 54
53
2 k

Sale
76 X
79
17 53 Sale
33$ Sale
51
Sale
1453 115k

SS8
41

Sale

5

4%
64

Sale

17%

Sale

59%
19%

Sale

27

Sale

87

103

85

72 %
21

85
Sale
60 %

69

Sale

60%

26 k

Sale

23

50

Sale

55

6

10

Sale
Sale
1%
3
15%
20
2

Sale

13

28

103

Sale

35
[17 k

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

92

3653

36
118

Sale
Sale
Sale
14% 8ale
26
26%
L1054 115
17%
10%

6%

4

5*

Sale

103

,

}
I

Sale

11

Sale

4%
3%
5k

si*

2I*

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

95

254

853 Nov.

2

Nov.

6653
5153
9953
5053
31454
2054
3453
3353

9

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

8

90

254

Sale

21

"4%

Sale

Sale

Nov. 10

5

Nov. 13

Nov. 17
Nov. 10

9

40

54

'1253
18

Sale

61

90

95

90

Sale

36

7
91

Ay*
Sale

19
; Mar. 19
Feb.
Jan.

11
2

9

Apr.
; Mar.

26

[ May
6
i Feb. 26
Jan.

19

5

Oct.
Oct.

Mar.

Oct.
Oct.
June
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Mar. 16

Mar. 19

11

Feb.
; Aug.

21

; Jan.

22

Feb-

24

i
>

Mar. 19

\ Mar
J Mar

26
6

Oct.
Nov.

Nov.

23

13

Nov. 10

Sept.

Feb.

21

21

Nov.

9

15

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Nov.

8753 Nov. 17

9

85

2

56

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2

9

2054 Jan.
49
Oct.
53 Sept.
253 Sept.
37
Oct. •
954 Oct.
54 Nov.

Nov. 16

Nov. 30

% Nov. 30
254 Nov. 27i
9
5353 Nov.

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15

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30
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5

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3
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40
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2

13
23

30

6

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7
2
20
Jan.
7
10
3
June 23
9
5 3254 Feb.
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6
31
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19 104
51

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6,

12

Nov. 28

17

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60

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2

20, 95

153 Nov. 4
553 Nov. 30
% Nov. 2
14

75

69

16

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9

2154 Nov. 10
70

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6

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9

19

9

6

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9

7

2253 Nov. 9
6953 Nov. 25

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2% Nov.
853 Nov.
1

13

10
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Feb. 10
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i Feb. 25
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353 Nov. 12;

553 Nov.
,853 Nov.

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Feu.

1

92

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553 Nov.

7i

9
553 Nov.
453 Nov. 9
653 Nov. 10
1054 Nov. 9.

4

Sale

2
17

2 118

27,

25

5

20

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6

153 Nov.
953 Nov.
9954 Nov.

15

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[ Feb. 20
; Mar. 20
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Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

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154 Nov.

5

9

May

Nov.

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90

Sale

16
68

2

i Mar.

75

21

96
Sale

27

I Mar.

20
8

253 Nov.

6853
2

154 Sale
6%

2

Feb.

Oct.

Nov. 11

3
Sale

7
10

Nov. 23

253

Sale

Jan.

; July

Oct.

99
23

6

553
5
Sale

July

Nov.

Nov. 27

Nov.

153 Nov. 2
354 Nov. 16

11953 118
10
1053 Sale
354
354 Sale
253
253 Sale
553
553 Sale
85

5
14

Mar. 30

9353
3753
154
6253
1253
2453
2253

2

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| Jan.
[ Apr.

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37

7

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5

11
16

I Feb. 10

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85

60

83

5

20

2

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153
354
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8553 Sale

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4

Sale

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1
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10 k Sale

253

20 k

53

5.

24

Feb.
! Jan.

554 Nov.
20$ Nov.
8953 Oct.
154 Oct.
25
Oct.
53 Oct.
753 Mar.
454 Oct.

Nov. 10

38

2

Nov. 30

36
118

1%

7
21

253 Oct.

Nov.
9
59
4
30 10053 Nov.
353 Nov. 12

53
253
4353
1154
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1054

12

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2
May
8453 Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
16

21

57

5

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5

9

2853 Nov.

5

13% Sale

Nov.

69

553
553
50

Nov.1 5

Nov. 28

5

54

Nov. 16

6

:

953 Oct.
2053 Oct.
7753 Nov.

7

Nov. 10

11

Oct.

55

88

Nov. 13

6k

40

16

Nov.

553 Sale

3

Nov. 10

1553 Nov.

50

7

2

20

22

25
Sale

5

7

.Tan.

56

254
4653

7

May

1053 Oct.

70

Sale

Mar. 20

Nov. 23

Sale

53 Sale

Feb.

Nov.

854

5753

30
8
10

Jan.
:

Nov. 10

85

71

Jan.

Oct.

Nov. 20

fo*
20

100

26

19

Nov. 27

24

3

Feb.

9k Oct.
253 Nov.:
954 Oct.
Sept.
75

25

Nov.

H

6

July

;

18

6253 Nov. 24
2
1753 Nov.
Nov. 30
26

20

90

Oct.

4

Feb.

Nov. 27

3

10

11
16%

68 H
21 %

353 Nov.:

July

25

Nov.

41

23

14

1% Sale

■

Sale

88

10%

%
k
2% Sale
4753 Sale
1253 Sale
1%
lk
1054
13

9

Nov. 11

6
7

954 Oct.

4453 Nov. 28
9653 Nov. 27

2053
8%

Sale
20

55

6*

553 Nov. 30

25% Sale

88

Jan.

9

1054 Nov. 25

1953 Nov. 19
66

Sale

II*

Jan.

Oct.

27
4
22
7

Jan.

Oct.

l___

67
Sale

31 k

16%

24

554 Nov.
20$ Nov.
96
Nov.
253 Nov.
3353 Nov.
53 Nov.

Sale

96

4

Jan.

Oct.

Nov. 30
9853 Nov. 27 113
4
53 Nov. 4
% Nov.
18
Nov.
7
7
18
Nov.
Nov. 4
20
Nov. 4 20
153 Nov. 2
54 Nov. 23
9
253 Nov. 10
153 Nov.
353 Nov! 11
253 Nov. 41

6% Sale
27% Sale

9% Sale
65
50%
99% Sale

Oct.

2

6

1% Sale
2% Sale

2%

Jan.

9% Nov. 20
2
453 Nov.
1453 Nov. 12

1054 Nov. 30
2253 Nov. 2
7753 Nov. 25
5
Nov. 17

5053

Sale

Feb.

Nov.

17

18

Feb.

Sept.

Nov.

7

23
20
26
11
27
10
21

Mar. 16

20
1

2

60

Sale

Feb.

95

8

5
Nov.
1053 Nov. 25
2
1153 Nov.

1

Mar.

453 Nov.

60

553

16*

Aug.
Feb.

May-

Nov.

2

Sale

II54 Sale"
24 54
87 53

90,300
49%
53
3,780
9
Sale
378,700
11% Sale
171,500
11$ Sale
111,425 Bulova Watch.....—.—..*
34
36
4,500 Burns Brothers.
900
Class A new
84
75
1,220
Preferred
100
10
5
7,070
ClassB common—
*
l60
Class B certificates......
23 % Sale
686,600 Burroughs Add Mach.......*
22%
24
70,300 Bush Terminal Co..........*
7,130
Debenture stock
...100 100 54 Sale
2,446 Bush Term Bldgs. pref....100 108$ 109
Sale
69,900 Butte Copper 8c Zinc.
5
Sale
99,100 Butterlck
1 \
lk
28,850 Butte Ac Superior Mining.. 10
38
Sale
2,311,800 ByersAcCo
——•

766

16*

9

5

Sale

111

1%
18 54
50%

Nov.

2

87

1%

2

Oct.

5

Nov. 20

Nov.

Sale

5

6

52**
Sale

1

11%
77%

Feb.

1253 Oct.
1054 Nov.:
13
Sept.!
7453 Nov.
554 Oct.

Nov.

Nov.

Feb.

23

80

Sale

Jan.

Sept.:

254 Oct.

18

z26

Sale

Oct.

3

9

15

17

5H

9

5

Nov. 27

10

1053

14

1%
125 k

12854 Apr. 14
13254 Apr. 20
May
6
132
Jan. 16
Nov.
105
40
Oct.
11053 Feb. 28
75
P054 Feb. 96
2354 Oct.
Oct.
8054 Ffb. 26
22
Mar. 19
Nov. 28 107
70
2
11% Jan. 12
354 Oct.
July 30
6 40
2053 Oct.
Oct.

7

7653 Nov. 30

75

9%

Sale

Oct.

Oct.

9

u*

Nov. 27

Mar. 12

'88

Oct.

Nov.

954 Nov. 25
253 Nov. 25

10

50

Sale

9

Nov. 12

78

Sale

80

2

5153

3

10

22% Sale

98
Sale

3A
107 53 Sale

J%

7653 Sale

Sale

Nov.

80

Sale

Sale

9

Oct.

112

9

Nov.

453
12153
7154
7454

6

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 23

Sale

13%

1854 Sale

2

Sale

17

Nov.

Oct.

Nov.

353 Nov. 30
6
453 Nov.

50

75

90

Nov. 28

Sale

9%

10%
11%
17%

53

Nov.

8

11

50

Sale

Nov.

3%

Sale

36

3453 Oct.

7
9853 Nov. 13
Nov. 19
39

Sale

80

Sale

35
50

98

80

Oct.

Nov. 12
Nov. 12

15

Sale

5%

Nov. 12

75
9

7

1

Nov.

2153 Nov.

34

9k
4%
12%

24

22
85
80
26

8

Sale

50

I

21531

2253

1054

8k

6%
4%

4

!

1*

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754 Nov.
7054 Oct.

Nov. 12

13

k

Sale

9

1953 Nov.

18

Sale

,

2

Nov.

40

7453 Nov. 28
653 Nov. 27
1253 Nov. 24

98% 101
Sale
37
1% Sale

101
Sale

96
34

2

Nov.

Nov. 27
Nov. 20

1953

554

Nov.

4254 Mar. 10
July 22
Feb. 16
Feb. 24
11
Feb. 20
31
Feb. 20
113
Mar. 10
Mar. 25
Mar. 16
Feb. 13
20154 Feb. 26

2
Nov.
13 53 Nov. 27

78

13

Oct.

Nov.

18

"16""

102$

Oct.

5

70

65
Sale

20

10

iok

14

Oct.

153 Nov. 6
453 Nov. 10

32

Sale

6

Jan.

5853 Feb. 24
13853 Mar. 27

61
28

353 Nov. 25

35
Sale

12% Sale

15%

8i*

490,200 Bohn Alum Ac Brass Corp...*
15,800 Bon Ami class A..........
*
10,700 Booth Fisheries.
2,140
1st preferred...........100
1,601,600 Borden Co
—*

14 k

Sale

70
7

96

33
354

970
Preferred
100
340 Blumenthal Ac Co pref....100

26

Sale

20

106

17

Sale

153 Feb. 27
42

100

Nov.

5

5

9

Nov. 25

4

Nov.

4

aVA

3% Sale

9

Oct.

Nov.

90

% Nov.

1

3h

Oct.

1954 Sept.
9853 Oct.

Nov.
9
2754 Nov. 27
Nov. 10
2753 Nov. 27 37
Nov.
9
28
8653
70
Nov.
653 Nov. 9
453 Nov. 27)
9
28
2954 Nov.
2153 Nov.

33

1

9

Sale

3I*
II*

Sale

I*

6,738,514 Bethlehem Steel Corp
•
72,500
7% preferred
100
206 Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *
97,200 Hlaw-Knox
*
1,424 BloomingdaleBros...
*

Sale

3%

I

30

6254

800,100 Baldwin Locomotive
*
10,240
Preferred .....
...
100
8,336 Bamberger (L) tc Co pref__100
6,960 Barker Bros
•
1,580
Preferred ......
100
3,506 Barnet Leather
*
320
7% preferred..
100
907,050 Barnsdall Corp, class A
25
6,210 Bayuk Cigars, Inc
*
3,536
1st preferred.........-.100
216,600 Beatrice Creamery
50
14,450
Preferred
100
39,200 Beech-Nut Packing..
20
107,666 fielding Brothers
*
lt,400 Beig Nat Rys part pref
...
2,361,500 BendU Aviation Corp
•
362,800 Best & Co
*

Sale

5

Nov. 25

45

Nov. 27
Nov. 19

40
85

86%

71% Sale
4% Sale
21% Sale

90

5%

Sale

102

2d prefer red. ......
100
Associated OH
25
Atl G Ik W I SS Lines
•
Preferred
100
Atlantic Refining
25
Atlas Powder...........
•
Preferred ..............100
Atlas Stores
•
Atlas Tack Corp.
Auburn Automobile ...
*
Austin, Nichols & Co
Prior A
*
Austrian Credit Anstalt
Autosales..•
Preferred
.........
50
Aviation Corp
.....
•

99,006
2,366

15
Sale

9
36 53 Nov.
2253 Nov.
Nov. 16
99$ Nov. 20 104
6
7553 Nov. 9

Sale

80

20*

25

44

86
33

VA.

1553

Preferred..—..........100

1,036,553 Borg-Warner Corp
11,506 Botany Cons Mills A—
38,500 Briggs & Stratton

40

Sale

ilB
24SH

7,106 Art Metal Construction
10
346,966 Associated Apparel Indus..*
248,566 Associated Dry Goods
*
9,406
1st preferred...........100

100

45
85
Sale

33%
30%

Sept.

2

Nov. 13

25

Nov. 21

8*
li*

80

6% Sale
21

Nov. 12

00^

Sale

40

Sale

58

Oct.

5

Nov.

II*

156"" 155"

ctfs*
4,800^ Pref votlngjtrust ctfs
—•
104,306 Amer Zinc, Lead Ac Smelt
*
14,900
Preferred
25
5,474,984 Anaconda Copper
—50
24,700 Anaconda Wire Ac Cable....*

800

Sale

10653 Sale
12553
124
102
95
Sale
106

25,500 Am Writing Paper ▼ tr

400

45
Sale

104

Oct.

27

Nov. 28

101% 103
Sale

11*
II*

39

96

Nov.

22

101
68
35

33

103
Sale

104
102
253 Sale

41

453

59

32

31

Sale

37

Sept.

2
10

x65% Nov.
5
32
Nov.
3454
102
Nov. 6 103
100
53 Nov. 23
h
EA
1
Nov. 16
2%
Sale
lk
Sale
Sale
753 Nov. 30 1254
100
8753 Nov. 6 93
87%
Sale
38
Nov. 27
4454
c?9,A 44
Sale
Sale
4053 Nov. 30 52
43
Sale
99
9353 Nov. 4 105
92
955*
753
553 Nov. 24
5% Sale
6% Sale
12453 Nov. 28 147
13953 Sale 129 k Sale
Sale
7553 Nov. 27 9653
88% Sale
Sale
9753
77 53 Nov. 27
Sale
90
2 11853
113
Nov.
Sale
113
112% 116
66

754 Oct.

253 Nov. 20

20%

Hi

101

100
62

13054
93%

85

112

31

Apr.
9
Apr.
4
2153 Mar. 20
Apr. 20
30 150
20
12»4 Fob. 27
5
3753 Feb. 20
Feb. 26
5
66
Feb. 13
9
30
84

9

Nov.

Mar. 27

Nov. 30 102
Nov. 27

9

Nov. 12

Nov. 20

Sale

2

24% Sale

Sale

41
115

282,206,American Tobacco..——.25
1,779,900.
Class B
25
26,630! Preferred
100
7,806 Amer Type Founders.
100
2,460
Preferred
100

400
30

.

Sale Prices.
64% Feb. 29

55% Nov. 23

1653 Nov. 9
3754 Nov. 5
353 Nov. 20

5 120
3

Nov.

2

1053 Nov. 28

25* 20*

22%

1053 Nov.

Sale

M*

5%

48

Nov. 30

115

120

Nov. 11

58

5

14% Oct.
54

Nov. 27

48
8

Sale

Sale

•
Seating..........*

American Safety Razor

Loicest.

Sale Prices.

9
24 53 Nov.
Nov.
9
70
Nov. 23
56

Nov. 30

5553 Nov. 23

50
Sale

117*

Sale

35

25

Am Rolling Mill—

54

60

47

54%
8% Sale
117
113
2% Sale

--.100

Sale

47

62%
Sale

Republics

Sale

Sale Prices.
1653 Nov. 27

Ask.

56*

Sale

64 A
53

*
Preferred (5).......——*
Pref A stamped
*
\m Radiator Sc. Stand San..*
Preierreu

American

i

Highest.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

-

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

'

Light

2.

Nov.

1931.

Par

Shares.

•

80,800
4,000

Jan. 2

H. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

In

November

JAN

SINCE

Price

Jan.

Mar. 17

254 July

17

2054 Feb. 26
154 Feb. 20

6 6954 Feb. 20
29 10653 Feb. 24

N. Y. STOCK
AGGREGATE

SALES

Since
Jan. 1.

STOCKS

EXCHANGE—STOCKS
PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price
Jan. 2

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

1931.

Shares

Nov. 2.

Par.

187,800 Calif Packing Corp

*

60 Callfnla Petroleum

38,700
86,000
189,900
82,600
478,200
43,100
62,850
12,200

Bid.

11% Sale I
9
13#

25

Callahan Zinc-Lead
Calumet &ArlzonaMln

in

Lowest.

Ask.

Sale

Sale

11

9

9

X

25

8

Case (J I) Co
Pref ctfs stamped
8,900

100

100

....•

954,400 Caterpillar Tractor
*
6,740 CaTanagh-Dobba, Inc..
*
1,475
Preferred...
100
61,300 Celanese Corp of America
*
41,900 Celotex Co.....
♦
70,800
Voting trust certificates..*
6,690
Preferred...
..100
'
78,200 Central Agulrre Associates.*
67,000 Century Ribbon Mills......*
1,870
Preferred
100
506,800 Cerro de Pasco Copp......__*
83,600 Certain-Teed Prod.......
*
5,539
7% preferred
...100
412,350 Checker Cab
357,800 Chesapeake Corp.
•

m

i

309,100 Collins Ac

;

># Sale
r# Sale
104#

100
*

92#
IX Sale
># Sale
X Sale
)

25

IX

23 X

IX

83

25

I

110

I

Sale

Convertible preferred....*
Warrants stamped.......
Commercial Solv

3X
i# Sale

.....

I

37

21X

Sale

55
55

60

i# Sale
I# Sale
!# Sale

Sale
Sale

13#
67#

68
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

96

Sale

10#

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

!#

Sale

Sale

1

68

Sale

49#

Sale

36# Sale

Preferred...........100

1,065,400 Diamond Match
*
93,800
Participating 6% Pref..25
479,600 Dome Mines Ltd.......
»
114,700 Dominion Stores
61,440 Douglas Aircraft Co Inc
*
3,200 Dresser (S R) Mfg conv cl A..*
Class B__
2,900
*

1

Sale

Sale

Sale

X Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
16
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

♦

*

38
14

8#
9

21
L77
12

5

7

4*
128

Sale

24

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
132

4# Sale

12

10#

5

4#
16#

26

77 X

Sale

24# Sale

133
Sale

18#

a2**

Sale

Sale

100

233,100 Davison Chem
._.*
140 De Beers Consolidated Mines.
3,400 Debenham Securities......5a
Deere & Co pre<
74,700
..........20
41,400 Detroit Edison...........100
28,400 Devoe Ac Raynolds A..
•

2#

i# Sale
># Sale

»

76,500 Cutler-Hammer Mfg.........

Sale

.#

..100

Ac Seal

Sale

2*
7*

Preferi ed
*
300 Crown Wll P 1st pf
*
60
31,800 Crown Zellerbach
•
4#
207,300 Crucible Steel of Amer
100
58#
11,860!
Preferred
100
104 X
35,800 Cuba Co
*
2#
183,500 Cuba Cane Products
»
IX
110,900 Cuban American Sugar
10
2#
7,100
Preferred
100
22X
208,700 Cuban Dom Sug....
•
65,400 Cudahy Packing
50
41
260 Curtlss AeropI & Mot Co Inc *
131,925 Curtlss Publishing Co
•
91#
30,025
Preferred
113#
1,762,943 Curtlss-Wright Corp
*
2#
269,500
Class A
»
4
3,300 Cushmans Sons 7% pref..100 100
1,540
8% preferred
......._*




60

"7#

15,000

J

65

Sale

12#
Sale

EH
24

Sale

5

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

4X

2

26
65

2#
#

Sale

3X
24 X

2#
#

Sale
18

20

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2#
Sale
Sale

2#
Sale

2# Sale
16

30
76

13

Nov. 30
28

9# Nov.

Mar. 19

81
33

36# Sale

Sale

35

Sale

93
Sale
Sale
Sale

8#
34#
89#
1#
2#
88#

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

"12#

74
11

Sale

39# *40""

114

90
2

Sale
Sale

3

Sale

90
75
11

96
42

Sale

9#
16
Sale
Sale

6

3#

iP
133

13

12

103# 113

106

16# Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

16

Sale
10
6

Sale
Sale
18
109
Sale

14#

Sale
78
Sale

5# Sale
3#
10
3#

14#
125

12#
106

11

Sale
Sale
Sale
110
Sale
Sale

24#
25#
9# Sale
16# Sale
13# Sale

15#
25#
8#
16# Sale
11# Sale

27

23

24

11

13#

14

Sale

16#

Oct.
Oct.

; May 18

16

Oct.

26

I Sept.10
I July

55# Oct.

Sept.

15# Sept.

Mar. 19

100
99

Oct.
Oct.

Apr. 10
Aug.
6

70

Oct.

Jan.

26

Feb.
I Feb.

27
24

Feb.

16

Nov.
9

Oct.

'

Nov.

13

11# Nov.

Nov.

6# Jan.
7# Sept.

Aug. 21
; Mar. 10

2

11

Nov.

62

Nov.

60

Nov.

Feb.

27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

20

Sept.

June 27

56

Oct.

Apr.

69

52# Nov.

4

62

50

2

# Nov. 27
46# Nov. 2

34# Nov. 28
5
Nov. 27
23
Nov. 28

46

1#
6#
1#
43#

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
129# Nov.
4
Nov.

19

28
27
28

23
30
Nov. 27
10# Nov. 28
4
Nov. 18
23

16# Nov. 20
24
Nov. 25
Nov.

2

2# Nov. 25
25

60#
2#
#

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7

28

7
5
11
23
25

ft
stM

9
Mar. 19
Apr.

Oct.

17
Mar. 19

Oct.

July 23

9# Oct.
# Jan.

! Mar. 19
Mar. 18
Jan.
9
Jan. 12
Feb. 26

2

Nov.

9

2

31#
4#
19#
1#

7
9
9

1# Sept.
36# Oct.

7
9

Nov.
132
Nov.
4
5# Nov. 9
25
Nov.
7
11# Nov. 21
7
4# Nov.
Nov.
7
26
Nov. 20

5

L26

Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
Sept.
June

Oct.

24

30

33

9

22

19

45

10

2

2

6
12

2

18

14

Nov.
Oct.
June

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

:

34
7
34

Nov.
Nov.

37

;29

Oct.

41

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

75

Nov.

Nov.
9
Nov. Hi
2# Nov.
9!
3# Nov. 10'
95
Nov. 25
80
Nov.
6
15
Nov.
7

7
34
85

Nov.

Nov.

89#
1#
2#
88#

96

Nov.

10# Nov.
5# Nov. 21

8

Nov.

Nov. 11
Nov.
2

1#
15#
Nov. 30 134#
Nov.
9
12#

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 16 106
Nov.
Nov. 30
17# Nov.
Nov.
4
26# Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

28
27
28
28

19

9# Nov.
18#
14#
27#
17#

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9!

Nov.:
Oct.

1# Oct.
2 # Oct.

88

Sept.!

70

Oct.

10# Nov.:
4

Oct.

4# Sept.:
1 # Sept.:
13# Sept.:
12
11

Oct.
June

:

96

Sept.:
12# Oct.
22 # Oct.
6# Oct.
11

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

]

12# Oct.

]

10

21

2

I Feb. 27
Mar. 20
Feb.

27

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

27
13
24

24

17

2
Feb. 27
Mar. 11

Apr. 11
Feb. 25
Feb. 24
Feb 20
Jan. 20
Jan. 12
Feb. 11
Jan.

Sept.:
# Sept.:

# July ;
Nov, 9
9# Nov. 19

I Feb.

Apr.

3# Sept.:
20
Sept.:
10# Nov.
3# Oct.
16# Nov.

33# Nov. 16
2# Nov. 9
Nov.
71* Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
3H Nov.
18# Nov.

Oct.

# Nov.
5# Oct.
# Oct.
40
Sept. 30

Nov.

Nov.

6
17

61

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Feb.

I Feb.

93

Nov.

57# Nov.

30

Oct.
Oct.

3# June
7# Oct.

1 # Nov.

44

27

49

50# Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

6# Nov. 27
9#
12# Nov. 27 15#
65# Nov. 28 79#
95# Nov. 30 100#
10# Nov. 27
12
# Nov. 25
#
2
Nov. 24
2#
1
# Nov. 27
6
Nov. 27
10#

2#

24

1 Feb.

Oct.

15

Feb.

i Mar. 16
; Feb. 26

Nov. 24
Nov. 30
Nov.
5

60
22
58

15

j Feb. 25

4# Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

16

24

Feb.

[ Mar. 18

a

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

Nov.

4

9# Nov.

Mar. 25

34# Mar. 17
July 20

16# Oct.

9

24# Nov.
100
5 100# Nov.
99
5 100
Nov.
70
5
75
Nov.
# Nov. 6
1# Nov.
9# Nov. 30 13# Nov.

30

2#

6

Nov. 28

20
20

9#

22

Sale"

24# Nov.

Sale

A*
60

•

Preferred
Coty, Inc
Cream of Wheat
Crex Carpet
Crosley Radio

value.

Sale
Sale

Sale

1,180,250 Continental Can..
115,500 Continental Diamond Fibre *
242.638 Continental Insurance.... 10
231,200 Continental Motors.......
1,465,927 Continental OH
•
776,925 Continental Shares
*
842,400 Corn Prod Refining
25

[

10
13
10

74

58

Sale

9

Nov. 17

77

Sale

25

#

7
18

69# Nov. 10

70

I# Sale

'

10

17

Nov.

2l! 22#
28 105
5 170

28

Nov 24
Nov. 24

23

22

54
Sale

!# Sale
X Sale

12

53# Nov. 27
90

oo

Sept.
Sept.

106

11H

14

Nov.
Nov.

Jan.

Mar. 30
Feb. 10
33
Feb. 27
38
Mar.
9
25
37# Feb. 25
90
Apr. 21
149 H Jan. 28
28j 4# June 15
25 25
Feb. 11

Nov.

•
..._.*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

26
9

Feb.

23
12

97# Oct.
Feb. 24
4
49# Oct. 16 53# June
Sept. 30 50# Mar. 18
3 104#: Mar. 30
87# Oct.
7# Oct.
, June 26
71
Apr.
Aug. 28
7# June
i Nov. 18
8# Oct.
1 June 27

27

8
20

65

62

52 # Nov.
35# Nov.
96
Nov.
12# Nov.
80
Nov.
10# Nov.

Oct.
Jan.

66

Sale

IX

Nov. 4
Nov. 28

10

35

16# Sept. 21
95

15
30
23
23

\

»

5
10# Nov. 12
27
23
Nov. 10
24 102
Nov. 24
28 126# Nov.
9

79# Nov.

i

Preferred
....100
Preferred (6J*)
100
Prior pref x warrants

Nov.

10# Nov. 25
25# Nov. 4

Sale

100

Sale

■

6

12

56# Nov.

99

Sale
Sale

Sept.
Sept.
# Nov.
4# Nov.

2

34# Nov. 28
4# Nov. 28

70#
#

16#

\X Sale
23X

!#
X

1# Nov.

66

100

Sale

Oct.

Sept.
Oct.
Oct.

Sale

22

100#
71#
1#

Nov.
Nov.

18# Nov.

85
Sale

65

Sale
100

!

Pref $5
♦
63,600 Consol Laundries Corp.....
335,300 Consolidated Textile
•
71,200,Contalner Corp class A....20
53.400
Class B
434,000 Continental Bak cl A
♦
273,760
Class B
•
121,866
Preferred
100

>in par

24
Sale

8

11#
11#
26#
66#

Sale

12
27
20
21

24#

24

100

18# Nov.
72

Oct.

Sept.
8# Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

33

Aug. 14
Feb.
7
Feb. 24

15# Feb. 26

8

Sale

5#
66

27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5
5

3# Oct.
10

14

Aug. 31
Feb. 24
Mar. 23

2

Oct.

Nov.

11

July 31
Sept. 2

6

Sept. 21

15# Nov.

9# Nov.
50
81

Sale

"39#

JVA
Sale

Sale

9

19# Sale

Sale

Nov.

Jan.

6# Nov.
12

Nov. 27

80

Sale
Sale

9#
50
81

Sale

Sale

I

85

...

5
Nov. 21
Oct.
6

Nov. 20
Nov.
7
Nov. 13
Nov.
2

100

18*

80#

Sale

Gas

Nov.

# Nov. 28'
4# Nov. 25

11

—

85

M

*

6

Sale

109

1st

1

Sale
88

Sale

I

38,200,Crown Co-*.

100
Sale

i

94#
10#

># U5"
# Sale
t

i

115,500'

810

75

I# Sale

_

357.639
53,100
22,700
37,700

Sale

I
...

50

Preferred

Jan.

10
j1 9#
17
Sale
17
110
100# 104# 102
Sale
114
Sale
108
50#
51# Sale
50#
Sale
30
Sale
29#
95
90
90# Sale
Sale
9
Sale
8

27

*

5,791,000iConsolidated

Jan.

9

Oct.

7# Nov. 13
29# Nov. 11

28# Nov. 2
68# Nov. 24

" Sale

12
Sale

l
99#
\X Sale

Conde-Nast Public'ns...
*
Congoleum-Nalrn Inc
Congress Cigar
180,Conn Railway Ac Lighting 100
55,600 Consolidated Cigar......
*

10,320

70

10#

...........100
6#% preferred
100

132,800

Sale

Sale

*

169,600,Consol Film Industry.

9

15

Nov. 20
Nov. 30

14

85

Preferred

1,630
10,710
1,000

9

26

Sale

70#

954,750 Columbian Carbon
...__*
4,217,865 Commonwealth & Southern

7,090
39,850
9,110
2,633,100
19,300
628,800
61,000

23# Nov.
4# Nov.

May 28
Sept. 21

al\h
Sale

Sale

21,541
Preferred
100
54,000 Colonial Beacon Oil Co
56,000 Colorado Fuel Ac Iron new 100
840
Preferred
100
47,200 Columbia G Ac El PreferredlOO
3,180,250
Common
*
16,500
Preferred B
.......100

920

6

19
7
72

14
Sale

»

318,404 Comm Inv Trust

Oct.

2

Sale

9#

*

...

Sept. 19

Nov.

4

IS*

100

Alkman

7# Nov. 9
4# Nov. 10
3# Nov. 12

10# Nov.
13# Nov.
9# Nov.
10# Nov.

.10

....

126,366
Preferred
220,300 Commercial Credit
39,600
Class A
6,760
Preferred 7%
7,000
Preferred B
6,690
1st preferred

4#
10#

«*

15

23,100|Cluett, Peabody & Co
*
1,650
Preferred
—100
627,540'Coca Cola
•
48,800'
Class A
♦
112,200 Colgate-Palmollve-Peet Co__*
Preferred

Sept. 16
Oct.
1
Oct.
7
Nov. 25

Nov. 16

20
21
27
27

19

176,076;Childs Co
3,700 Chile Copper
25
8,272,966 Chrysler Corporation
77,300 City Ice Ac Fuel
*
22,030
Preferred..............100

26,100

9

7

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5

*

170 City Investing
131,700 City Stores
1,890
Class A
9,400 Clark Equipment

1
5

13# Nov. 27
3# Nov. 30
25
Nov.
2

......

22,100 Chtckasha Cotton OH

2

14

72

...

222,780 Chicago Pneum Tool
37,100
Preferred...
4,240 Chicago Yellow Cab

6

Jan.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1# Nov. 20
14

27
Mar. 17
Feb. 24
Mar. 25
June 25
Mar. 24
Feb. 26
Feb. 25
Feb. 24
Mar. 21
Feb. 17
Feb. 27
Mar.
7
Feb. 25
Mar.
2
Mar. 21
Mar. 21

5

2#
11#
15#
5#

.........

.

Nov.
18# Nov.

Apr. 23
Feb.

2

Oct.

16

Feb.

15

Sept. 25

9

85

Nov. 25
Nov. 30
Nov. 4

5

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 13

57# Nov.

13# Nov. 28
1# Nov. 23

3

29
Nov. 28

Nov. 10,
Nov.
9
Nov. 9
Nov. 13
Nov. 7

29

Prices.

10# Oct.

# Nov. lOi

Nov. 27
Nov. 23

10

7|

5#
10#
20#
20#
9#

Highest.

Sale Prices

Nov. 28

9

Nov. 23
Nov. 2
Nov. 27
Nov. 14

36
80

Capital Admin Co Ltd c A..*
Preferred class A--..—..50

13# Nov.

Nov. 19
Nov. 20

16#
18#
6#
27#

!

1.

JAN.

SINCE

Lowesi.

Sale Prices.

Nov. 28
# Nov. 20

4

♦

Canada Dry Glng Ale
Cannon Mills

12,886,700

Highest.

Prices

10# Nov. 27

23

#j

2o

Calumet Ac Heel a
Campbell WflcC Foundry

Nov. 30.

Ask.Bid.

RANGE

3

Jan.
8
Jan.
8
June 26
Jan.
9
Jan.
8
Mar. 19

May 20
Feb.
7
Mar. 6
Feb. 27
Mar. 2
Mar. 25
Mar. 18
Jan
7

N. Y. STOCK
AGGREGATE

SALES,

November

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares.

105,450
1,600
1,100

1,277,512

70

24,200
623,300
6,700
1,600
4,500

397,000
230

4,000

Par.

Nov. 30

Nov.

Sale

1.

Nov. 30

Nov. 23

9

Sept. 14

9

Nov.
5
Nov. 19

10

Nov.

95

Oct.

100)4
22)4

Nov.

6

Nov. 16

Nov. 20

Nov. 20

21

Nov. 20

Nov.

2

Nov. 27

Nov.

9

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 21

5

.........-.100

Sale

Eaton Axle & Spring........*
E 1 duP de Nem 8c Co
20

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 13

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 30

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov. 28

Nov.

Sale

Nov. 10

Nov.

Sale

*

Sale

9

15

9

13X Mar. 2
18554 Feb. 24
Sept. 14
7X Sept. 24 21X Mar. 19
Nov. 27

Oct.

53 X Oct.
104

6 135

Sale

Nov. 23

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov,

2

Nov.

20

110
Sale

Sale

100)4

Nov.

7

Nov.

98

Sale

Sale

Nov. 23

Nov.

7

Sale

3)4 Nov. 30
14)4 Nov. 27

Nov.

Sale

Nov.

9

Mar. 17
124X Aug. 28
11X Feb. 17

6 107

Nov. 28

*
...

Feb.

Apr.

2X Nov. 30

91X
121

100

Electric Boat

.6)4
Sale

35X

.100

Preferred
Electric Auto-Lite
...

4

24

29 107 X Aug. 20
Jan.
9
Mar. 20
23

3X Jan.
35X Jan.

Elttngon Schlld

Preferred.

Sale
Sale

74
Sot4

Mar. 19

96 X Oct.

Sale

104 X

100

1

Prices
Mar. 20

6

Nov.

*

6% cumul preferred

42 X Oct.
Oct.
3

Sale

26
8
Sale

Preferred

Highest.

100

14 X
103

Light 1st pref__100
pref.._100
*

Prices.

Sale

6

Durham Hos Mills

Eastern Rolling Mill
1,588.479, Eastman Kodak

2,660
636,100
6,096,500
47,600
36,600
36,900
2,835,663
2,220
151,000

JAN.

Sale

Sale Prices.

Prices.

Ask.

Sale

.......

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

Ask.

Drug. Inc

7,900' Duqueane
1,270
32,800

2.

Nov.

1931.

.

130

1,200
130,100

SINCE

Price
Jan. 2

14,300 Dunhlll Int.........
10,400 Dupla.i Silk...............*
1,030;
Preferred.
100

200
400

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANOE

Shares.

In

33

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

*

2
5

69

Oct.

5

74 X Mar. 10

Feb.

18

7

Jan.
Sept. 22 110
1
IX Oct.
4X July

10

9X July

9

Elec & Musical Ind—

63,500
256,100
3,400
5,900
313,050
4,900
6,210

1,790
700
200

346,700
6,864,850
51,950
70,400
313,050
115,500
7,860
3,510
6,700
1,300

American shares

Preferred

(6)

200

700
200
400

2,000
3,700
1,500
500
80

1,140
450

7,203

43,103

280

Preferred

6.250
52,900
13,300
2,110
4,000
1,100
18,900
21,700
213.600
143,813
2,550

500
500
240
600
400
500

2,100
15,900
13,600

170

450

847,300
45,500
134,600
39,500

230

3,900
2,000
9,900
2,000
1,331,500
.10,500
4,600
1,030

Nov. 12

88

Nov.

8
Sale

5)4 Nov. 27i
48)4 Nov. 28
1X Nov. 10.

78

aW

Sale

80

20

130

42,500
114,000
4,300
14,600
1,700
11,100
1,040
33,300
123,100
650

*17,566
3,200
47,900
2,300
5,400
10
•90

2,100
No par

2)4 Nov. 9
6)4 Nov. 27

20)4 Nov.
75

Nov.

Nov.

6

45

Nov. 24

56

Federal Screw Works

*

Sale

¥

Federal Water Service A—..*

Sale

4

10

Sale

97

Sale

x52

14

Sale

X

Nov. 20

Nov. 10

7)4 Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov.
6

Nov.

89

Nov.

54 Nov.

14

43

Sale

10

88

99

*

Nov. 12

Nov. 27,

754 Nov.
12)4 Nov.
18)4 Nov.

354 Nov. 27

5X
22 X Sale
26)4 Sale

18

35X Jan. 12
12X Mar. 17
Feb. 24

18X Oct.
3X Sept.
2

11

Mar. 12

98

Oct.

ofA

Nov.

Oct.

51W5X

4)4 Oct
13 X Oct.

Apr.

25

Mar. 25

1

26

May 12
Feb. 26
Mar. 25
Feb. 18
Feb. 20
Feb. 24
Feb. 24
Jan. 31

25X Nov. 27
65
Nov. 24

iV*
92

20

80

Sept. 21
Sept. 11
Oct.

94

1

2X Nov. 25

1

in

Nov. 20

30

Oct.

56 X Feb. 24
Feb
21
9
24
Aug, 27

5

7

Nov.

24

Nov.

88
5

Nov. 12 102 X Mar. 18
Sept. 23 1954 Feb. 25

10X Oct.
10

1

3*

67
40

Sept. 29

39

37

Nov. 10

3X Nov. 28

Sale
8054
58)4 Sale
24)4 Sale
4)4

60

78

40

Nov. 30
Nov. 28

14 X Nov. 27
15)4 Nov. 28

Sale

103

Nov.

% Nov.
454 Nov.
75
48

Nov.

X

Nov.

1854 Nov.
1954 Nov.

Nov. 17 105

3)4 Nov. 30

6 54
Sale
Sale

Nov.

2X Nov.

Nov.

4)4 Nov.

3X Nov.

5

Nov.

15X Nov.

22

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9

Nov.

7

22
34

32

110

100

37 X Nov.
Nov.

105
35

26 X Nov.
11
Nov.

44)4 Sale
11)4 Sale
49
Sale
4)4 Sale

il*

34 X Nov.

IX Sept. 29
Oct. 17
3
Oct.
Sept. 22

20X
X
2X
54

Oct.

6

5
38X Oct.
9X Sept. 29
6
14X Oct.

98

Jan.

3X Nov. 30
3X May 26
15 X Nov. 30
3
6X Oct.
25
100

30

15

Nov, 30

Nov.

22X Nov. 30
21X Nov. 30

Nov. 27

Nov.

32

Oct.

Nov. 30

Nov.

61

Nov

Nov. 30
Nov.
2

Nov.

22X Oct.

Sale

Nov.

Sale

Nov. 20

Nov.

84 X Oct.
3 X Oct.

7
Nov. 27

Nov.
Nov.

3154

97)4
Sale

•Nov.

Sale

23
88
Sale

Nov. 23

Nov.

Nov. 28

Nov.

Sale

Nov. 21

Nov.
Nov.

5X
10 X
43X
454
22 X
100
IX
17

Oct.
Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.

17
7

Mar. 23

Apr.

6
5

25
26
23
19
12
28
26

254 Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

73 X Feb.
Mar.

47

25X Apr. 14
Mar. 14
9X July 20
13
65
25 X
48 X

5

24
12
24
Feb. 10
Feb.

Jan.

Feb.

Sept.

9

Feb.

26

Jan.

Nov. 27

Oct.

24

Feb.

Feb.

88

1

6
30X Oct.
2X Nov. 25
4
Apr. 24
39X Sept. 22

Nov.

2

Feb.

Feb.

7 117
5

Nov.

Nov.

24

Feb.

65
60

Oct.

11

Nov. 30

Mat.

Jan.

75

!!*

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 24

Feb.

Aug. 26

2 114

24X Oct.

74
90
Sale

5

Nov.

3X Nov.

2X Nov.

Mar. 10

13 X Oct.

3

3154 Apr. 24

64 X
Sept. 23 105
5
3X Oct.
17X
18
Sept. 21 32 X
5
Oct.
6
38 X

23 X Nov.
Nov.

Feb.

3X Mar.
35 X Jan.

Nov. 27

45

27

24
7
3

Sept. 9
Sept. 25
Sept. 25
Sept. 29

8X Nov.
72)4 Nov.

37

Feb.

X
X
X
18X

Nov. 10
1)4 Nov. 30
20 34 Nov, 27
)4 Nov. 4

3)4
56
1)4

9

23

16 X Nov. 28
9
Nov.

1754

80
72

3)4
50)4

27.

Feb.

5
Sept. 281 29 X Mar. 0
2
48 X Nov. 28 109 X Feb.
6
1X Oct.
6X Feb. 24

44

80

75
65

X Nov.

7
9
20
Mar. 20
June 27
Jan.

Jan.

8X Oct.
87

5)4 Nov. 30
72 54 Nov. 20

28)4 Sale

63

Mar. 13

Nov.

100

111
5

27

Jan.

61

6
5X Oct.
15X Oct. 23
Ma# 12
85X Feb. 10 104
5
13
Apr. 27 21X June
5
66 X June 29
50X Oct.
41
Jan.
2
63
Aug .siiz:

Nov.

5)4 Nov. 27,
12)4 Nov. 5

33

Mar. 12

49

Nov. 17
Nov.
7

1

36

14)4

29

4

1

Sale

31

22

56

95
14

6)4

Jan.

9

2;

33

7
46

Mar. 26

1

10

Nov. 11

34

Nov, 28 104
Nov. 27, 1554
Nov. 13' 5454

*

98

3

Feb.

Oct. 19; 87
50
60X Sept. 25 x91

3)4

25j

9

Mar. 19

l*

24
28

Nov.

26
Feb. 11
2X Mar. 25

26

21X Oct.

Nov.

X Nov.
2~
X Nov.
% Nov. 10

Sale

2X Sale

1)1

IX
66

455-4 Sept. 1
Aug. 26
102X Apr. 151115

3

100

Foilansbee Bros....—....—*

6
25

10

48

49 54 Nov.

X

Sale

Oct.

Aug.
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.
Oct.
Feb.

30

6
Nov. 21

22

2

X
X
X
X
3X

3)4 Nov. 11

26)4 Nov. 30

100
Sale

*

l-32Nov. 30
29

Nov. 18

7%

•

—*

—.—100
First preferred conv.... 100

9

Nov. 16
Nov.
6

29

50

27

Apr. 13
8X Feb. 21
10
May
2

56

90

Feb.

92

Mar.

11
2

7654 Mar. 20

58*
50

Mar.

8

Mar. 21

30 100X Sept. 2
Mar. 21
5! 48

5,103 X July 22
Feb. 25

28

28

Jan.

31

Mar. 19

76

Jan.

9

—100

Sale

Gen Realty & Utilities Corp.*
Preferred
*

Sale

Nov. 11
Nov. 25

Oct.

Feb. 26
23
2
84 X Mar.
Mar.
5 114
7
I'
9X Mar. 6

Sale

Nov.

5

Nov.

.*

Sale

Nov.

4

Nov.

15

Oct.
Oct.

71 74 X Mar. 10
l| 57 X Feb. 26

89 X
Sale

Nov.

7

Nov.

15

Oct.

9

Nov. 30

Nov.

Gillette Safety Razor
*
Convertible pref erred.. 100

Sale

Nov. 23

Nov.

Nov. 25

Nov.

X Nov. 30
5
9X Oct.
6
45X Oct.

Glmbel

Preferred...

2,690

398,125
61,800
255,300
1,040
1,887,918
2,640,877
97,550
166,800
17,900
230,700
9,610
509,400
1,887,900
10,800

5,500
4,600

4

40

Preferred (5)
194,300
.————*
48,600 Gen Outdoor Advertising...*
A
*
18,230
..*
22,640 General Printing Ink
Preferred
*
3,748
216,460 General Public Service.....*
184,650 General Ry Signal.....—...*

14,025

2;

9

Nov.

Nov. 24

65

i|

Sale

16,200
11,450

Nov.

5

1534 Nov. 20
25)4 Nov. 27

7)4 Nov.
57

4

Fifth Avenue Bus

2X Sept 21

14 X Nov. 27
6054 Feb. 20
Nov. 27 108 X Mar. 19
49 ' Nov. 28
98 X Mar. 17
57

3
X Sept. 181
4X Feb. 25 13
12
4X Sept. 11

6)4

60

Fidelity Phenx Fire Ins

2

2

123,000 General, Mills....—.....—*
Preferred
—...—..100
23,900
16,984,700 Gen Motors Corp,..—.....10

730
30

•

11

2

Nov.

40

5
94,100 Gardner Motor
133,700 Gen American Investors—
Preferred
100
8,100
617,023 Gen Amer Tank Car......—*
*
668,700 General Asphalt
228,100 General Baking Co...—....5
Preferred ..........—*
3,390
...*
138,800 General Bronze
25,000 General Cable
Preferred 7%........—100
16,620
Class A
»
26,600
*
75,500 Gen Cigar Inc.———
Preferred (7)
100
3,350
*
9,648,450 General Electric.....
360,000
Special
10
.....*
1,696,000 General Foods
799,488 Gen Gas & Elec CI A.—..—*
Class B
♦
3,100
Preferred A (7)
980
——.*
Preferred A (8)
...._*
1.340
Conv preferred A
55,700
..*
12,700 General Italian Edison

3,400
1,600
1,760
1,700
5,400

9)4 Nov. 13
88

*

31,930

340

Nov. 25

4)4 Nov. 23
2)4 Nov. 10
1354 Nov. 9

Mining 8c Smelt—100
100

2d preferred
940
—.*
Gabriel Co (The) Class A.—*
15,149 Gamewell Co (The)—.......*

50

2,100
1,050
6,100
25,600
1,100
26,100
33,500
17,600

Nov. 16

23, 21

Nov. 27

11

12

Preferred

—

30

Nov.

3)4 Nov. 16
2

Nov.
6
65
67 X •Nov. 17

Federal Motor Truck

7% conv preferred........*
46,400 Foundation Co
,._.——*
206,850 Fourth Nat'l Investors——1
3,965,660 Fox Film "A"
1,560 Franklin Simon pref......100
974,700 Free port Texas Co
1,110 Fuller Co prior pref

54,600

19

4*

Federal

366

10,400
49,100

61

Sale

1,186,900, Foster-Wheeler

T.300

Nov.
6
9
33 X Nov. 17

5!
Nov. 24

Federal Light 8t Traction..15
Preferred
_—..—*

7,460 Food Machinery Corp

200

36,100

4

9
X Nov.
X Nov. 18

Nov.

13

100

17,200 Florsheim Shoe class A
3,090
Preferred 6%

23,260

1,300

)4 Nov.

53

22

30

2,365j

*""250

4

64

109

Sale

Department Stores

252,200 Flak Rubber
12,760
First preferred

8,200

Nov.

Nov. 4
Nov. 18
Nov. 9
Nov. 18

70
74

a

—

740 Fllene's Sons

6,200
8,800
19,700

9

Nov. 12

28

Nov. 19
Nov. 28

4
31

Sale

.......100

Preferred

9

Nov.

20

Sale

5,980
Preferred..
.100
67,200 Firestone Tire 8c Rubber—10
Preferred
100
107,740
*
273,000 First National Stores

710

%
a

I

Nov.

30

Nov. 16 109)4 Nov. 16
Nov.
21 25)4 Nov. 10
Nov.
4! 56)4 Nov. 18

0

Pref ctfs of deposit.....100
Fairbanks Morse

Federal

)4
X
)4
)4

Nov. 12

27

55

7% preferred
......-100
19,613 Fashion Park Assn.......—*

1,800

u.

3 34
30)4
110X 108)4
Sale
22)4
6

Sale

3.610

3,000

Sale

Nov.
49
Nov.
l-32Nov.
33 X Nov.
57

%

*

*

Class B

11,110 Exchange Buffet Corp.
*
23,350 Pair (The) Co
*
1,350
Preferred.........
...100
2,200 Fairbanks Co.............25

770

50 34 Sale
3-32 Sale

33)4
)4

Elk Horn Coal Corp
..*
Preferred
.......50
Emerson-Brant clA

Sale

Sale

*

-

Sale

Sale

87

........

Rights
Elec Storage Battery

40,900 Endicott-Johnaort
50
8,100
Preferred
100
22,700 Engineers Pub Service
•
6,800
Preferred
*
9,500
Preferred (5X%).——
4,300
(6 cum preferred
..._*
88,800 Equitable Office BIdg
*
71,100 Eureka Vacuum Clean...
27,900 Evans Auto Loading Co.....5

1,600

\\y>

82

100

890 Emporium Capwell Corp

110

800

3)4 Sale

Sale

1......

w

Elec Power & Light......—*
Preferred certificates.
*

General Refractories

Gen Steel Castings pref

*
*

Gen Theatre Eq v t c

65

Nov.

Brothers.—.

*

Sale

Nov.

2

Nov.

7% preferred......

100

Sale

Nov.

*

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 28

7% prior preferred
100
(Adolf)
—..———*

6
Nov.
Nov. 30

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov. 30

107)4

Nov.

Nov.

Glldden

Co

...

Gobel

Gold Dust certificates
Preferred

.*

...*

70 Gold & Stock Telegraph.. 100
325,350 Goodrich (B F)
7% preferred
100
19,420
•
1,031,860 Goodyear T 8c R..J...
42,000
1st preferred...
—...*
*
94,300 Gotham Silk Hosiery
Preferred
I0o
3,105
Preferred ex-warrants ..100
1,600
22.400 Gould Coupler MA".
„

.......

value.




73

Sale

Sale
Sale

5)4

6X
16X

Sale

24 X
66

Sale

8

22

68
Sale

51

60

65

51

77 X

IX

2

5% Sale

7X

20

Sale

19

Nov. 27

23

Sale

1854 Nov. 30

30

Sale

63

52 X
51

Sale

Sale
77)4
1)4 Sale

8

5254 Nov. 30
53
Nov. 28
1X Nov. 30

18

Feb.

18

52

July
7
16X Feb. 18

4

82

Nov.

20 54
65
8

Nov. 27
Nov. 2

9

Feb.

Nov.

4

5)4 Nov. 30

Apr.

May 11
May 22

5

18

Oct.

5

15
Oct.
16
Oct.
57 X Oct.

6

98
105

Sale
4X

3
Oct.
5
33 X Nov. 30

60

15X
3854
76X
7 X

4X Oct.
48
May
3X Oct.

Nov.

120
Sale

Oct.

"Nov ^
Nov.
Nov.

72X Nov.
8X Nov.
52X Nov.
53
Nov.
2
Noy.

5

Aug. 19
Mar.
9
9)
Mar. 20
42.
4 117X May 19
Nov.
Sept. 22 113X Aug. 29
Oct.
5
20)4 Feo. 21
6

5

6

3X Sept. 30
50

Sept. 30

50X Oct.
1

2

Sept. 18

_

68

Feb. 10
52 X Feb. 21
91
Feb. 25

13X Apr. 21
Apr. 28

72

73X
6X

34

'JST. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS

aggregate

sales.

In

November

Jan.

33,700
12,100
10,000

•

eun Greene Cananea

100

~4" 200

Preferred

62,300 Gulf

120

870

1,000
140

3,800

7%

59,200
1,340

Hall

680

9,910
150,600

2,800

18,600
118,800

2,500
1,720
2,000

200

Preferred...

75,200

10,600
1,300
7,100
6,700
1,750
30,500
4,500
19,300
10,500
1,500
200

20

648,200
3,200

6,611,724
18,458

930

6,430
39,300
25,200
151,610
79,782
25,400
4,330
409,700
208,500
40,250
2,640
10,389,021
156,140

100

•

*

100

cl B

*

Indian

Motocycle

*

Preferred
Inland

80

"V.200
6,600

417,100

8,300

34,900
3,900
285,400
6,150
15,230
235,500
2,419,300
5,800

3,000

34

Nov.

25

II

32

24%
26%
2%
27

9

11

Nov. 27

27%

2% Sale
25% 27

74

% Nov. 25

11% Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov.
9
Nov. 30
Nov. 27

1%

10

12

1% Sale
76

79

130% 134 :
9% Sale

16% Sale

35

6

9

Nov. 10

25% Nov.

4

27% Nov.

2

Nov.

5

4

34

Nov. 11

13

Nov. 12

1%
1%
10

3
Sale
Sale

1% Sale
74

Sale

130% 132

73

Nov. 17

75

Nov.

"~2

2

9

32

Sale
Sale

100

4
Sale

7%
117

8
Sale

81

2% Sale

1% Sale
16%
2% Sale

93
3

111

Nov.

3

Nov.

64

7%
6%

Sale

29

Sale

41

Sale

106

27% Sale
4%
5

Sale
Sale

1

9%

•

7

Sale

Intercontinental Rubber

*

2

10

Sale

10

105

27
4

8

Sale

4%

•

Sale

17%
8%
4 132%
28
4%
4 60%
27
33%
28
6%
4 22%

Nov.

4

4% Nov.

2

Sale

95

178% Sale

Sale

50%

55% Sale

Nov.

4% Nov.
14% Nov.

1% Sale
18%
25
1% Sale

34

23
Sale

37

2% Nov. 21

11% Sale
5% Sale

Sale

7

12% Nov. 30
7% Nov. 28

23%

Sale

4

Nov.

85% Nov. 30

16

8

Nov.

2

Inter lake Iron

*

13

...106

Internat Agriculture.
Prior preferred

42

Sale

4%

7

4%

V*
Sale

Sale

Int Business Machines...
Internat Carriers Ltd

»

Internat Cement
Internat Combus Eng
Preferred

»

*

149%
10
51

122% Sale

Sale

1%

1% Nov.

14

Nov.

Sale
25

"48%

7*

Sale

132

Sale

22%
57%
15%

Sale

125

sf*
kA

Sale

12

120

Sale

8

4

9

80

Sale

88

Sale

81
3

52% Sept.

65

Mar. 17

Nov.

7

19

Oct.

Feb.

Nov. >7
Nov.
9

4

Oct.

68%

Nov.

40

.....

International Shoe..
International Silver

12 % Oct.

9

7% Oct.
3% Oct.
1 % Sept. 15
1
May

9

Nov. 19

9

2
6

1% Oct.

preferred

100
....

63

100

.

64

17% Sale
12% Sale

"58""

Johns-Manvllle

7%
3%
20

"j

Jewel Tea Inc

Sale

-Sale

95

Sale

62
Sale

3%
Sale

"55

"60""
6%
2%
20

64%
7%

Nov.

26
116

87

Nov.

36%
123%
17%
28%
6%

71

Nov.

71

Nov.

97

19

Nov,

9;

45% Nov.

6

9

27
64

40% Nov,

9

Nov,

9

18% Nov,
14
Nov,

Nov.

"

Nov.

20

Nov.

Preferred

100

...100

Kelsey-Hayes Wheel.....!..*
Kelvinator Co
Kendall Co pref A

•

..!..!!!*

0

Sale
Sale
26

Sale
9% 40%
7% Sale

__10f

..10

!!l00
»
1

100

cum preferred.

0

Sale

6%

Sale

6

110

5% Sale
2%

40

1
45%
2% Sale
8% Sale
5
35%

Bak.!

45
Sale

2

26
17

30
Sale
Sale

5%
7%
38

Sale
Sale

14

Sale

3*
ii*

4%

Sale

2 101

10

Nov.

.100

!!!

569,150 Lambert Co........
10,010 Lane Bryant..
.„!!!!
43,900 Lee Rubber At Tire....!!

.100

205"" 240""
Sale

16%

Sale
Sale

3%

1

33% Sale

11%
4%
7%
33%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

11% Nov. 19'
22% Nov. 30

28

30,
30

3H

Nov.

;

No par value.




5

25% Nov. 28
June 19

Sept. 21
111% Oct, 30
5
% Oct.

6

Nov.

"2

28%
17%
6%
9%

Nov.
Nov.

5

40

V*

14

Nov.

41

10*

9

Oct.

6

6

Sept. 22

6
5% Oct.
3% Sept. 29
6
Sept. 21

Nov. 12i
Nov. 12i
Nov.

6

20

17% Nov.

9

10 % Oct.

Jan.

6

10

Sale

10

Nov.

5

27
10

Nov.

5

13

Sale

13

Nov. 30

21

Nov.

4

13

23% Nov.

6

19

35%
8

45

Sale
Sale

21% Sale

19% Nov.
105

Nov.

28

6108

3% Nov. 24
45

Nov.

160

215
95

58% Sale
5

7

2%

2%

160

200

93
53Sale

4;

34% Nov. 20
6% Nov. 30
16% Nov. 30

7%
2% Sale

158
95

Mar. 20
Jan.

26

20

Nov. 10

5

Nov, 24

2

Nov.

4

'

Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Sept.
Sept.
16% Nov.
25
Mar.
115% Mar.
158
Nov.
95
Nov.
40% Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 12

23% Nov.

Nov. "23 162
9
95

Nov

50% Nov, 30

Nov. 30

9[ 101%
3%
47
Nov. 16
24%
36% Nov. 10
33%
9% Nov. 9
^5%
5

5

Nov. 19
Nov.

9

63% Nov. 9
5% Nov. 19
2% Nov. 24

5

Feb.

29

24

24

Jan.

14

Jan.

57% Feb.
80% Mar.
126
Apr.
123% Mar.
115% Apr.
Jan.

5
11

19

10
21

9
5

24% Mar. 19
10

9

3% Mar. 20
45
26

Mar. 24
Mar. 31

29% Feb. 25
15% Mar. 19
60
Apr.
0

llH

Feb.

24

Jan.

9

9
20% Jan.
29% Aug. 20
29
May- 8

28 115
24
6

Aug. 19
6% Aug. 13

47

25

55

29

27%

Nov. 16
Feb. 24

Mar. 25

30

35% May

12

25

8

Mar. 12

28 115% Mar. 28
23 207
Mar.
4
9 101% May
0
6

Nov. 24

1% Oct.

9

Feb.

18
Feb.
Sept. 30
1 101% Feb.
Oct,

Oct.

12

40

3?*

Oct.

29

110

38%

5

10

3%
4
45%
34%
43
6% Sale
17% Sale

Mar. 31

90% Mar. 28

9 105

26%

20% Sale'

5

43% Mar. 27
16% Feb. 26
69% May 0

Oct.

105
99

Nov.

Y

71 12

Nov. 20

108

Mar. 20

Jan.,

Feb.

6

24

I
*

2

5
22% Nov. 30
10
Oct.
5

97%
78

6

5

Oct.

12% Sale
22% Sale

16% Sale
22% Sale
103% 105
4%
5

26

10% Feb. 26

15% Oct.

11% Nov. 10

1% Nov. '20
21

Sale

6

7% Nov.

5

% Nov. 20
8% Nov. 28

45

25
Sale

1

2

__l

1% Sale

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

55

.100

1,050,Laclede Gas......
Preferred

0% Sale
1%
8%

3%

"

Co

At

....

18

Feb.

55

112

15%

2

Mar. 21

21% Feb. 20
68
Sept. 1
67% Mar. 24
18% Feb. 24

114
Sale
Sale

Sale

Mar.

10

100

100

Feb

7

Sale

1%
8%

10
9

7

108

Nov.

2

Feb.

20% Feb. 24

95

30% Nov.

10

Feb.

Feb.

100
113

i0

6

24

Mar. 10

107

*

Oct.

Feb.

28

June 29

Sale

Kelly-Springfield Tire
6% preferred

Nov. 18

Jan.

51

Sale

Keith-Albee Orpheum pf. 100

15

54

78

.

10% Nov. 27
10% Nov. 27j

Sale

1%
8% Sale
9%

4% Feb. 21

42

Sale

Sale

21

"'"Nov.
7
Nov, 14
Nov, 17
9
Nov,
Nov,
6

Nov.

32

siF

25

6
Oct.
41% Nov. 30
18
Sept. 19
5
55% Aug.
10% Nov. 27

100

97^

9g

Nov. 21 123
Oct.
1
42

40

36% Nov,

5

9
1% Oct.
% Sept. 25
1
% Oct.
7
9% Oct.

V 25 %

28% Nov.
41% Nov.

59

7% Oct.
10

Nov, 10
2
Nov,
Nov,

3%

87

10,

10,

2% Nov, 10
1% Nov. loi

42

5%
22%

9

4% Nov.

1% Nov.

5

Nov.

22% Nov, ll!

Nov.

17

112

Nov. 131

108

10

11% Feb. 24

5%
51%
Oct.
5 179%
Sept. 25 12%
Oct.
6
62%
5
Oct.
Sept. 22 39%
Oct. 21
30%
5
Oct.
60%
Sept. 26 143%
Sept. 30 31
Oct.
3
73%
Nov. 28
16%
Oct.

10

Sale

4

24

9

118
Sale

»

21

Feb.

Nov.

5%
9%
3%
6%
6%

(Rudolph)

July

%

Nov. 10

13% Nov,

14% Nov.
3

7i

i4

Kayser (J) At Co........

7
l-16Aug.
3% Nov. 30
% Sept. 21

9

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

9,

Nov.

% Nov.
5% Nov.
8% Nov.

......._.!!!•

Kaufman Dept Stores ..S12 50

9% Feb.

12% July

24

59% Nov.
7% Nov.
2% Nov.

26% Sale

5
6

Oct.

24

Sale

36%

6

7

3%

37% Nov.
25% Nov. 28 36% Nov.
2 109% Nov.
108
Nov.

36

27

3% Oct.
4% June

4

99% 100% 105
Sale

Feb.

Feb.

:0

31

3

Sept. 29

6

»

Preferred
IIIlOO
Jones Ac Laugh Steel pref. I0(i
Kansas City Lt 1st
pf Ser B *

2,935,000 Kruefier Ac Toll
1,873,855 Kroger Grocery

59
12
11

62

....

Preferred

Sale

11
24

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

.Tan.

27

Nov.
Nov.

40

28

Feb.

24

7

Sale

Feb.

4% Feb.

Oct.
5
86
38
Nov. 27 182
112
Nov. 19 127
25% Nov. 28 71

Feb.

a

Sale

4% Feb. 27
26

92

Nov,

n

3

91

6

49

9

24

Nov.

21

Sale

1

21

7,

Jan.

13% Feb. 24

111% Nov.

Nov.

Sale

26

24
24

Feb.

Nov.

&

14% Feb.
29% Feb

Feb.

1

35%

9% Mar. 10

5

13

^
Sale

Jan.
Oct.

15

13% Sale

A$X
40

19% Apr.
8
132% Nov. 16

16

14% Sale
3H
2%
1%

Sale

3

Feb. 27

Oct.

Sale

»
Internat Printing Ink....
Preferred
100
International Salt....... 100

.

8% Mar.
37

1% Oct.

Sale

100

Oct.

2
Sept.
12% Nov.
5% Jan.

7

Sale

Preferred

Mar. 24

9

10% Nov.

8% Nov.

14% Sale
4
3%

Mar. 13
119% Mar. 10
103% Mar. 27
Mar 27
104

18

58

6

8% Sale

92

Nov.
Nov.

9;

24% Sale
4% Sale

100

24

Nov.

Sale

Sale

July

71% Oct.

Nov. 14;
Nov.
9

13% Nov.
23% Nov.
3% Nov.

5%

136

Nov.

Sale

Sale

18

Nov.

21

6%

6

Feb.

Nov.

22% Sale
Sale

Mar.

9
4

V

8

3% Nov.
1% Nov.

120

Class C

7%

Sale

Sale

100

Internat Paper & Power cl A*
*
Class B

Karstadt

1%
8

8

42% Jan.
100

Oct.
Nov.

100

5

Mar. 30

9
10% Feb.
7% Feb. 24

Oct.

6

Nov. 27
60
Nov.
9
Nov. 19 112
Nov. 19
25% Nov. 28 35% Nov. 10
4
Nov. 23
6% Nov. 9,

Sale
29%
125% 118

14%
24%
4%

9%

Sale

Internat Nickel of Canada

Internat Paper pref 7%

3% Sale

117

Oct.

7

1% Nov.

Nov.

16

9

38
112

1

44% Feb.

5

Nov.

2% Nov.
35% Nov.

x4% Nov.

19

19% Mar. 21

Nov.

20

7% Nov. 30

Feb.

32

Nov.
7
Nov. 16

19

24

6

94

130

Nov. 12

2

Feb.
Jan.

Nov.

60

Nov. 28
Nov.
2

30

Sale

35

....

Preferred

10%

1

Sale

20

Preferred certificates
Internat Harvester,

Sale

48
Sale

c

5% Sale

0

20
30

41

Sept.
8% Nov.
1% Oct.

...

i

4

20

103

1

Nov. 11

Nov. 10 104
Nov.
Nov. 20
89% Nov.

23% Sale

Sale

11

Nov. 30

21

4% Sale

24
19
24
13
25
29
9
8
8
0
10
8
9
24

Sept.
Sept.

2

4

80
Nov.
6
Nov. 17 131
Nov. 17
Nov. 13
9% Nov. 2

23

Sale

5
24

June

16% Nov.
106
July

Nov. 27

35% Sale
8% Sale

Sale

1% Nov.

8% Nov. 27
1% Nov. 10
74
130

Sale

3
13

Prices.

73

"*3" "Nov ."17

Nov .2 7

1% Nov. 28

Sale

85% Sale

Sale

1% Sept. 30 i 6% May
5% Oct.
6
22% Feb.
2% Nov. 30 25% Mar.
50
Nov.
9
85% Mar.
7
Oct. ,5
18% Mar.
31% Oct.
5
46
May
14% Nov. 27 29% Feb.
25% Jan.
2 42
Aug.
12
Oct.
5
23% Apr.
5% Oct.
1
11 % Jan.
80% May 26 96 % Jan.
45
Jan.
3
74% Mar.
1% Oct.
1
6% Mar.
% Sept. 10
1 % Jan.
3
Sept. 11
12% Jan.
6
Oct.
5
37% Feb.
32
Nov.
6
80
Mar.
24% Nov. 23 30% Mar.
26% Sept. 27
30
Apr.
2% Oct.
6
9% Mar.
25% Oct.
6 63% Mar.
11

4

18% Nov.

16% Nov. 28

9

82

Highest.

Prices.

94

100

6

Rights
*
Insuranshares Ctfs Inc

7%

I.

JAN.

20

32

123

7% preferred
1,160
6,790 Kresge Dept Stores
790
8% preferred.......
19,600 Kress (S H) At Co

520

Nov.

9% Nov. 11
86% Nov. 23

4

% Nov. 25

55% Nov.

3%

30jKuppenhelmer At Co
20

50

6% Nov. 25

3% Sale
58% Sale

61

♦

1

300

5

*

.......

56,700

1%

Sale

*

2,927,250 Kennecott Copper
12,800 Kimberley-Clark
14,350 Kinney (G R)
_6,910
8% preferred
858,045 Kresge (S S) Co

100;

9

"I% Nov."25 "*2% "Nov."'4

Sale

18
90
Sale

93% Sale

20%

New

9

5% Nov.

7% Nov. 30

83% Nov.

%

Sale

27% Sale
5% Sale
77%
81
4% Sale

100

Steel

Sale

n

3%

8

116% Sale

..10

Inspiration Cons Copper..20
Insuranshares Corp (Del.).-*

Nov.

50

12

77

Sale

3% Nov. 11
12

9

Nov.

Lowest.

Price*

95

.....100

...

Sale

Sale

Nov.
4
9% Nov. 27i 12
32% Nov. 30 37% Nov. 4
14% Nov. 27 17% Nov. 10
32
Nov. 28
36% Nov. 5
18
Nov. 10
14% Nov. 5

Sale

.....

"lo"" "2% "3%

,

99,600
2,612,400
2,590
10,420
1,910
24,700

350

Sale

18% Sale

3,430
Ptef without warrants! ] 100
17,600 Intertype Corp..
82,900 Investors Equity
*
20,300 Island Creek Coal
Hi

v

v

218,600
108,200

*

.....

Hollander (A) Ac Son....
Homestake Mining

.

1,000

120
900

*

.....

Sale

$

20

75

Sale
39
58%
3% Sale
80%
88
33% 140

88

Hoe (R) Ac Co class A
Holland Furnace

Sale

"'M

32
25%
26
25%
27% Sale
3% Sale
28% Sale
12

14% Sale

90

16%
42

Internat Tel At Tel
Interstate Dept Stores....
Preferred
860
100

.50

2?8

*

1,070,300
*
7 % preferred
43,400
100
414,300 Internat Hydro-Elec Sys A
•
404,830 Internat Match pref
..25
121,300 Internat Mercan Marine....*

450
900

50
Sale

%

104

89%
90
39% Sale
6

...25
100

Preferred
1,010
236,540 Indian Refining
382,335 Industrial Rayon Corp
146,900 Ingersoll-Rand

.

0

40,500

51

4%

....

"2",800

370

16

03

""2%
8

6% Sale
46

Sale

Sale
28
28%

Sale

33

7% Sale
83% Sale

50

Sale

32%

3

15

57,986
155,900
42,200
36,100
46,400
60,850
41,500
117,500
48,100
19,950
233,868
131,500
282,325
273,100
52,500
1,200

381,550
1,900
3,000

27

'"§"%

58

8,700
9,500

230

25%

45

60
Sale

Highest.
I

2% Nov; 2
6% Nov. 27}
2% Nov. 30,

8
6%
2% Sale

16
Sale

12
85

"

7% preferred

255

2,010
18,100
93,300

Sale
41
45
2% Sale
%
%

18%

Sale

Lowest.
Sate Prices.

Sale

3

15

Sale

7% Sale

10

9

Sale

15

86%

14

30

230

19%

M

Sale

35

Sale

26% Sale,

*

37,100 Household Finance part pf 50
765,000,Houston Oil of Texas...
100
655,100|
Voting trust certificates.25
203,900,Howe Sound
654,800 Hudson Motor Car
*
876,700 Hupp Motor Car Corp
1C

130

14",700

20

Ask

Ask. Bid.

....100

Corp class A

440,400 HoudatUe-Hershey

3,540
13,635
36,900

la

82%
11% Sale
37%
40

52

8,300
52,600
186,050
59,500

2,800

210

*

Class B

6,220
Preferred
185,400 Hershey Chocolate
58,100
Preferred..

4,200
3,650
25,200
13,900
4,300
47,400
30,000
31,800
40,200
51,700

1,350

Sale

Nov. 30.

2.

Bid.
2

Sale
Sale

16.500 Hercules Powder..........

3,200
2,600

9,000
96,400

3%
15%
20

37%

Hanna preferred

Ask.

22,300 Hercules Motors

700
540

4,300

10
...100

Harbison Walker Ref

440

1,700

520

Printing

Hartman

Ud.

.....100

......

150

391,899
5,300

1st preferred

5,690 Hawaiian Pineapple.
119,900 Payes Body..
9,000 Helme (G W)

800

28,700
14,100
19,700

*

.....

Preferred

220

"Y,66o

350

States Steel

Hamilton Watch

260

4,000
4,000
12,600
11,250
2,200

*

*
100

.....

11,800 Hackensack Water
....25
Preferred A
4,120
..25
282,600 Hahn Department Stores
*
31,410
Preferred..
..........100

18,700
3,300

700

Copper..100

28,300 Guantauamo Sugar...
810

27,400
37,500
14,000

.

858,200 Grigsby-Grunow Co

27,700

Nov.

1931
Par.

.......

790

SINCE

Jan. 2

1.

296,300 Graham-Paige Motors..
*
199,500 Granby Cons M S & P
100
*
240,400 Grand Silver Stores
1,500 Grand (F Ac W) Stores pf_100
315,800 Grand Union
*
52,900
Preferred...
*
43,000 Granite City Steel
278,100 Grant (W T)
♦
197,600 Great Northern Ir ore prop
161,720 Great West Sug
Preferred
100
14,170

200

14,200
3,100
2,300
9,500
7,800
17,300

RANGE

price

H. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Sharej.

Shares.

133,200

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

STOCKS

Since

21

87% Mar. 19
6
17% Jan.
4% Mar. £0

AGGREGATE

SALES

In

November

Jan.

Shares

1.

27,000
2,200
14,800
10,500
14,300
5,100
500

5,400
59,600
1,200
2,600
10,000
192,900
3,000

300

8,900
110

1,500
235,100
4,800

Hbby Owens Glass.........*
Lima Locomotive Works

*

"B"

Class B
•
4,052
5,060
6% preferred
.......100
9,800 McGraw Hill Pub Co...
..*
185,600 Mclntyre Porcupine Mines..5
1,531,250 McKeesport Tin Plate......*
452,300 McKesson & Robblns...._..*
Preferred
50
45,527
118,100 McLellan Stores class A
*
Preferred
100
1,120
14,800 MacAndrews 8c Forbes Co...*
Preferred ..............100
1,100
.

423,900 Mack Truck Inc........
358,200 Macy
31,500 Madison Square Garden
*•
94,300 Magma Copper
34,300 Mallinson (H R) Co..
530
.100
% preferred
8,520 Manatl Sugar........... .100
.100
2,700
7% preferred
*
7,900 Mandel Bros..
26,000 Manhattan Shirt........ ".25
*
29,900 Maracalbo Oil Explor
III®
322,803 Marine Midland
*
54,700 Marlin-Rockwell
115,400 Maraton Motor Car.......
III*
"♦
276,900 Marshall Field 8c Co

24,100
23,100
1,200
11,000

.......

......

800

50
590

.......

200

4,300
4,100

25,213
8,500
3,400
15,700

4,500 Martin Parry Corp

14,000
40

16,600

200

9,200
3,300

437,250
1,150
396,320
21,700
33,700
13,900
39,100
52,900

.

86

20

Sale

41

Sale

80

Sale

4

Sale

5

44

118
90

Sale
Sale
96

11H Sale

A*
Sale

40

11934 122

30

75
27

78
29

33
8
21

Sale
Sale
71
Sale
99

75
14

1734

7% preferred

100
___25

24

38
69

14

434 Sale
5
534
734 Sale
2H Sale
Sale

1434 Sale

23

Sale

13

534 Sale
2734 Sale
234
234

234
1634

1934 Sale

Preferred

100

250 Mexican Petroleum.....
40

710 Milwaukee El Ry 8c Lt pf..l00
*
13,600 Minn-Honeywell Reg Co
99,700 Minn Mollne Pow Implem
•
Preferred
8,500

83,450

24

8%

463,800 Mid-Continent^ Petroleum..*
170,600 Midland Steel Products.....*
First preferred.........100
25,590

67,400

6734

Mohawk Carpet Mills
Monsanto Chemical Wks

68

29J4
Sale

72
2534

734 Sale

Nov.

18

Nov. 28
Nov. 28

2234 Nov. 4
2634 Nov. 27

31

22

Sale
Sale

Nov.

6534
1234
1534
4834
534
2434

2634
6934

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4

24

23

4

Sale

734

Sale

Nov. 12
Nov
6
.

Nov,

5

Nov-

9

2?*

Nov. 10
Nov. 10

27* Nov. 12

348,866
700

3,100
4,100
4,500
1,600

75,570
117,300
60,200
97,700

Mother Load Coalition
Moto Meter Gauge 8c

Equip.*

Motor

*

Products........
Motor Wheel

*

430

1,400
42,500
100

90,100
5,400
100

61,200
400

108,100
500

54,760
203,971
2,800

Mulllns Mfg Corp
Preferred..
......
20.465
26,508 Munaingwear
614,510 Murray Corp..........
25,500 Myers (F E) & Bros.... ..—_*

Mar

1234 Nov.:

Feb

26

12

Mar

9
2

3834 Oct.
534 Nov. 2

Jan.

Nov.

9

19

Feb. 28

65* Nov. 24
Nov. 24

1,287,400

1734
834
2434

Sale
10
Sale
Sale
35
Sale

1

Sale

22

2234

834

27

A5/*

46

Nov. 13
Nov.

4

Nov. 12
Nov. 9
Nov. 25
Nov. 9
134 Nov. 11

Nov.
4
Nov. 19

1434 Nov. 10
-34 Nov. 18

Nov.

2

Nov. 27
Nov.

~

Sale

234

Nov. 19

3

Nov.

534
734
134

Nov. 28

4

Nov. 28

Nov.

4

Nov.

2

Sale

Nov. 21
Nov. 27
Nov. 23

1634 Sale
.09

120

109

2234 Sale
2
234
4034
2134
334
25

114

Nov.

6

Nov.

40

4534
Sale
Sale

Nov.

22

Nov.

50

£2034 Nov.

24

45

40

2034 Sale

Nov. 27

Ay*
40

1834 Nov.
334 Nov.

,

7

2834 Nov. 9
234 Nov. 25

2234 Nov.
234 Nov.

Sale

7

2034 Nov.

1634 Nov.

9

834 Nov. 12
1)4 Nov. 9
1534 Nov-10
1534 Nov. 9
234 Nov. 9
20
Nov. 11
134 Nov. 23

A*

Nov.

640

35,200 National Dept Stores..
7% 1st preferred
2,677

14,500
700
800

1,010
200

56,900
400
200

62,100
7,100
400

13,300
4,500
1,000
69,400

11,200
10,900
2,600

4,900
7,100
140

500
250

105,100
433,100
3,000
37,700
•

353,200

...

38,520
1,500
379,300
64,400
7,890
141,900
102,600
37,600
786,600
62,900
12,000
12,300
90,400
28,300
9,300
1,800
181,600
42,500
2,150
9,200
4,600
898,500
4,098,718
47,300
1,089, 300

National

Steel

National

Supply........

....

.50

.....

Nevada Cons Cop
Newport Co (The)

Sale
Sale

10734 110
413® Sale
16

II*

20

Sale
23

1034

Sale

_

150

Steel.,;

New York

......

,..*

5% preferred....

....

Sale"

lot®

76

26

83
1134 Sale

Nov.

9

934 Nov.

7

5

9

7

334 Nov.

5

9

Nov.
Nov.

13

Nov.

50

43

Nov.

54

Nov.

9

26

22

Nov.

6

1st preferred
American.........

98
109

101

11134

64
.50

North American Aviation ...»

No par value

I




28

5

Feb. 24

234 Sept.

Jan.

8

Feb.

Oct.
Oct.

24

Feb. 26

3534 Oct.

11

16

834

Aug.

6

24

Nov.

21

Oct.

Feb.

9

3

Nov.

134 Oct.
1034 Sept.
834 Nov.:
1634 Oct.
1-32 July
834 Oct.

Nov.

15

Sale

4

834 Nov. 25

Sale

23

Jan.

2

134 Nov. 30

134 Sale

Nov. 21

22

1734 Nov.
10

Nov.

2734 Nov.

934 Nov. 30
3334 Nov. 17

034 Sale
4M
36
34 Sale
1J4 Sale

34 Nov. 30
1

23

Sale

3

Nov.

Nov.

5
4

734 Nov. 30

14

Nov.

36

Nov.
34 Nov.
134 Nov.

30k

31

10

134 Sale
2734
15
Sale

Nov. 25

Nov. 17
1434 Nov. 27

26

534
434
734

1134 Oct.

834 Nov.

5

Oct.

6

Sale

8

Sale
Sale

30
28

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

17
Nov.
5434 Nov.

26

Nov, 27

1

Nov, 28

834 Nov,

13
034 Sale
734
9

20
8

5

Nov, 28
Nov

96
133

1

Sale

91

0

Nov

3

Sale
116

130

107

104

Nov

Sale

534 Sale

Nov

1434 Nov

21

:

34
34
2434 Sale
1334 Sale
45
20

Sale
Sale

1034
11
734 Sale
634 Sale

%
334

i243i Sale
1034 Sale
31
15

Sale
Sale

934 Sale
5

Sale
Sale

r

Nov. 16
Nov. 7
Nov. 4
Nov. 13

31

Nov. 30

1434 Nov. 30
934 Nov. 21
5
Nov. 30
534 Nov. 19

Mar.

6

Mar. 20

26
Feb. 27
Feb. 24

Feb.

May

Oct.

Feb. 20

2034 Oct.

Mar. 25

11

834
1934
734
8434

15

Nov.

1

Nov.

2434 Nov.
934 Nov.

Feb.

20

Nov.
Jan.
Oct.

Jan.

9

Feb. 24
Feb. 20
Jan.

9

Oct.

:

June

4

10234 Oct.
1434 Oct.

Nov.

;

July 11

130

13434 Nov.

27 104
30
19

34
34
2334
1034

Mar. 26
Mar. 20

3134 Nov.
131 Nov.

30 101
4

26

Mar. 10

1534 Oct.
334 Oct.
4
Sept.
134 Nov.
934 Nov.:
3734 Sept.:
13134 Nov.;

13134 Nov, 30 143k Nov.
15
Nov, 28
2034 Nov.

034

Jan.

Oct.

20

5

Mar.

Oct.

Nov. 28

934 Sale

1

Mar. 26

22

Nov.

Nov.

2

18

Nov.

Nov.

8

8

Feb.

834 Jan.

15)4 Nov.

8

134 Sale

16
20

Mar. 26

Apr..

19 "

4

4

26

Feb.

Oct.

32

17

30
Sale

Feb.

634 Sept.:

Nov.

834 Nov.

20

13834

Aug. 15
July 17

Feb.

Oct.

34 Sept.
34 Aug.
15

10
Mar. 2
Mar. 10
Feb.

I

27

Nov.
Nov.

Oct.

1

9

15

9

Nov.

4634 Nov. 13>
25
Nov.
9'
1134 Nov. 9
8

Nov. 13

3

Feb.

34 Sept.

Jan.

7

1834 Oct.
1034 Nov.

Feo.
Feb;

27
27

Feb.

27

Nov. 24

2934 Nov.

Feb. 24

34 May

34 Nov. 12

Sale

53

54

434 Sale

6

834 Nov.

9

234 Sale

23

234 Nov.

2

4

4

43

4

Nov.

2

534 Nov. 10
834 Nov. 25

834

Sale

14

8

20

10

40

334 Sale
434 Sale
4834
55

Noranda Mines Ltd.......

......

24

Feb.

31

Nov.;

1434 Nov.:
8

Oct.

5

Nov.;

99

Sale

10334
1434
3834
4734

108
Sale
Sale
Sale

5

Sale

Sale

Nov.

7

20

Sale

June

234 Oct. 2

Oct.

3

Sept.:

Feb.

7

Oct

8

834 Nov. 27

May :
Sept.:

Jan.
Jan.

10034 99
10734 106
Sale
1234
Sale
3334
Sale
4634
Sale
434

3
5
53

Nov.

101

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

110

29

Jan.

26

Oct.

Jan.

27

Nov. 10
Nov.
5
Nov. 10

Oct.

4034 Oct.

Aug.
Aug.

95

Mar. 12

20

234 Nov.
4)4 Nov.
4934 Nov.

7
20
23

9

45

aVA
Sale

5

Oct."

Mar. 20

Mar. 24
Feb.
9

Sept.25

1434

....

6% preferred..

Feb.

Feb. 24
Mar. 24

22

Shipbuilding
.too
7% preferred...
New York Steam pref 6%
7%

Mar.

41

N Y

North

Mar. 24

Oct.

Sept.

38

TOO

N Y Investors Inc....... .._*

18

1034 June

2434

......

Feb.

Mar. 21

Sept.:
Nov.:

1734 Sale

Air Brake

New York Dock

2

Mar.

10

13| Sale

1734

Newport Industries Inc. ...1
Newton

2234 Nov. i
134 Oct.

7
21

Sale

93

»

_

•

Class A

3

Mar. 24

Oct.

104

Feb.

103

II*

......

30

Jab.

Jan.

130

.50

Preferred.............. 100
National Surety

National Tea Co..
Neisner Bros

Jan.

1434 Oct.

Apr.

4)4 Nov.

9

II*

14

24
Feb. 25
Feb. 24
Feb.

Oct.

334 Sale
6)4 Sale
934 Sale

2*

t

Preferred

25

Feb.

Feb. 24

•

Radiator.......

National

Feb.

34 Sept.
1234 Oct.
1034 Nov.
134 Oct.
1334 Oct.
134 Oct.

Sept.
Jan.

24k Nov.
2lk Nov.

23"

....

Jan.

June 16

90

28

11

78,700 National Lead........ Illioo
100
Preferred A
10,400
Preferred B
...100
6,470
♦
2,464,450 Nat Power Ac Light....

8
8

Jan.

20

30

134

28,500 Nat Enamel 8c Stamp..

July

100

Sale

♦

2

Mar.

115

42

28

IIIIoo

27
24

121

51

Sale

*

Nat Distillers Prod....

Feb.

Nov.

334 Sale
534 Sale

47
133

..

7
24

Mar. 24

1034 Sept.
34 Nov.
134 Nev.
3
Sept.
6
Oct.

40

8

iV

10

Feb.

5 10634 Feb.

734 Oct.
34 Oct.

2

Sale

...

2

40
18

2

8

...100
7% preferred..
1,199,286 Nat Cash Register A..
*
2,713,038 Nat Dairy Prod Corp

5! 4334

Oct.
Sept.

53

6

24

22,10034 Ape.

1534 Oct.

Nov.
9
Nov.
7
Nov. 10

Sale

^

7% preferred.....

2
30

Mar.

234 Oct.

Nov. 21
Nov. 12

28
Sale

.

National Biscuit......

13,590

31

Apr

Oct.

5

4

IIIio®

Oct.
Oct.

9

19

23

...

National BeUas Hess

25
Sale

7

.....

270,260
7,700
1,628,650

Sale '*

1534

Nash Motors Co.......

55

Feb.

Nov. 30

734 Sale

1334 Sale

IIIIIo
96,350 National Acme
3,800 Nat Air Transport.... .....*

Feb

104

234 Sale

28

.........

Jan.

Sale

21

468,45$

Feb. 17

Oct.

7

Nov. 13

90

•

9,100

Nov.:

17

Sept.

Sale

Sale
234 Sale
30
3234
1434 Sale

18

2034 Oct.
1734 Oct.

60

22

Sale
51

*

26

Mar. 19

2034 Nov.
6334 Nov.
734 Nov.

27

2

Sale

1634
5034
34

15

Feb.

Oct.

7
17
16
30

Nov.

300

Rights
6,827,800 Montgomery Ward 8c Co.....*
*
19,100 Morrell (J) 8c Co

Jan.

Aug.

534 Oct.

22)4
7334
434
1234

44

11

134 Oct.
20

Nov. 30

Sale

43

10

July 28
Feb. 10

Oct.

1734 Sale

47«

Sale

Aug

10

Feb.

100

1034

8

7634 Oct.

June 19

80

21

Jan.

Oct.

10)4 Sale

•

Jan.

May 2

Sale

*

6

Mar. 25

15

Sale

Sale
434 Sale

Apr. 24
Jan.

42

14

38 34

118

Mar. 10

4

2
234
1434 Sale
134
134

109

9

6

1534 Nov. 24

26

Sale
Sale

2634
234
634
2834
1834
334

Nov.

26

30

27

Nov. 27

08

9

30

11

3

Nov.

2

Sale

134

Nov. 19

Feb.

Nov. 10

21

104

3

4334
12334
9234
1634

Feb. 11
Feb. 24
18

5

3

115

7

Nov.

Nov. 30

121

67

25

*

434 Nov.

1334 Sale

58

*

._*

6%........

2% Oct.
34 July
3534 Oct.

Nov. 28

4334 Nov.
8434 Nov. 10

15

Sale

20

80

pre*

Viengel Co.........

7

Nov. 28

45

8
8

22

lit

Melville Shoe Corp

3

20

134
534

100

Pref with warrants...

1534 Oct.
27% Oct.
Oct.
70

21

Sale

18*
62*

"

2934 Sale
534 Sale
1634 Sale

June 80

1

9
9

334 Sale
8M
934
134 Sale
10
1434

2

334

Sale"

May 13

5

2334 Nov.

6

64

10

23

Oct.

2

134 Nov.

Sale

9

Oct.

39

5

i2134 Nov. 30

Sale

334

26

123

Sale

24*

48

1634
9134

Feb.

Nov. 28
Nov. 10

27
27
Nov. 28
Nov. 30

Sale

Sale
m
2134 Sale

120 34 123

2

Sale

25

24

Oct.

13

Sale

Sale

Feb.

Feb. 27

Apr. 16

Oct.

3734 Nov.

MM Sale

198

Maytag Co (The).......—*

20,300 Metro-Goldwyn Plct pref. .27

>

IV

3

fl4
July
6

Sept.30

2

3

Sale

5134

100

690

1,300

Mathleson Alkali Works

May Dept Stores

65

12

25

Feb.

16

334 Nov.

Sale

24

334 Oct.
834 Nov. 27
1834 Oct.
7
Sept. 21
15
Sept. 21

Feb.
Jan.

20

P

2034
23

Nov. 28

40

73

Sale

2434
2334

17

6

80

Prices.

7
9

2

§1*
63

3834

xiili

24

2334

Nov.

29

7

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

9

22

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

120

Sale

§v

7

Nov-

(

Oct.

82

2134 Nov.

Nov. 28

Nov.

Sale

1*

7

Nov.

T

2 127

Nov.

2034 Sale

234

Nov.

Nov. 30

Sale

35» Sale
85
6

234

Nov.

25

12234 120
80*
8834 80

134
3834
2434

Sale

20H Sale
71H Sale
13 ft Sale

28
Sale

Sale

38

Nov. 10

49

Nov. 30

90

14 34

35

36
Sale

4

Nov. 20

Sale

84

11H Sale
34
39
38 H

23

Higheet.

Feb.
7
Feb. 24

n»

3534 Sale
7434 Sale

Sale
Sale
734
4534
Sale
Sale
4534
2434

180

1.

2034 Nov. 27

20

1834 Sale

preferred..........100
97,525 Miami Copper.
5

500

4,000

600

Sale

I874.
2034

3034 Sale

.......

100

14,300
1,100
3,800
8,500

50

Sale

21

......

1,530

6,700
53,300
8,700
3,700

49

134

220

20

123

Sale

Nov. 27

Nov, 28

Sale
Sale

"24"

......

Sale

49

3H Sale

...

iVi

734

127

55
60
27 M SaIe

316,300 Ludlum Steel
......*
12,900
Preferred.......
........
62,200 McCall Corp
...*
41,590 McCrory Stores......—...*

700

46

Nov. 23

734 Nov. 12
8234 Nov. 28
534 Nov. 11

2

Nov. 28

Nov. 27

56
Sale

..........*
8c Elec A.....*

Lowest

Sale

6)4% preferred.........100

10,800
4,800
7,800
1,500
50

JAN.

Sale Prices.

634 Nov.

Sale

Liquid Carbonic...........
•

irJ

Highest.
Sale Prices.

8V sV 80
88 iV 8y4
Sale
iv Sale IV

35
Sale

*

Preferred

av*
Sale

Ask.

19

25

Incorporated........*

Sale

52

Lily Tulip Cup Corp.......*

Loews

Sale

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

5634

i

Liggett 8c Myers Tob pref.100
Common................25

Link Belt Co

Sale

a*
2ilf

Lehman Cora (The)........*
Lehn 8c Fink
♦

165,941 Louisville Gas

300

84
Sale

4

80,000 Louisiana OH
280

Sale

82

Lehigh Valley Coal
„_*
Preferred..
.........5®

2.

Ask. Bid.

634

10®

Preferred

"7.306

9,000
83,600
26,200
2,100
11,400

Bid.

Lehigh Portland Cement.-50

547,200 Loft Incorporated..........*
6,400 Long Bell Lumber A........*
217,600 Loose-Wiles Blsc
25
1st preferred...........100
2,380
17,750 Lortllard (P) pref
100
3,058,808
Common
............-2S

17,100

Nov.

1930.
Par

31,320
3,410
117,000
22,300
397,300
117,500
250,900
120,500
8,200
81,200
671,400
11,800
21,600
245,800
2,887,700
20,625

120

SINCE

Price
Jan. 2

Shares

1,000

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

35

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

Nov.

Nov. 18
9

1734 Nov.
4634 Nov.

Oct.

9934 Oct
10

9

26

Nov. 19
Nov.
7

41

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

334 Oct.

7
6

Apr. 20
May
1
Feb. 26
Mar. 27
Mar. 26

N. Y. STOCK

36
aggregate sales

November

46,100
15,200
2,910
34,610
1,060
1,509
1,004,275
54,675
25,200

1,400
600
40

16,500
630

88.206
5,200

3,700

600

1,800
2,290
17,800

12,466
1,100
160
80

4,800

Telegraph -50

Northwestern

150

1,130
10

100

Preferred............

Nunnally Co

(The)
Oliver Farm Equip new.
Preferred A....

11

Prior preferred

Preferred....

.......100

Owens-Ill Glass Co..

Publix

Park & Til ford

25

Corp
f.

*
♦

Park Utah Cons Mines..

59,100[ParmcIee Transport Co,

»

Penney (J C) Co

——*

Preferred

200

•

..100
*

43~,400
3,800

7,900
110,800

People's Gas L 8c Coke

100

Preferred

.....

160

100

3,000
12,400
3,200
19,300
17,500
22,100

15,300

43,300
.

1,500
53,850
6,200

3l", 165
260

88,120

129,300
726,800
14,200
34,100
619,350
63,800
7,800
630,100
10,400
585,620

32

5

•

100

38
5 54
1 34

Sale

3

Sale

Sale

Sale

354 Sale
37 34
28 34

20034 Sale

Pittsburgh United..

8t Cable pref.100

No par

value.




1
134
9
934
1034 Sale
334
334
134 Sale
134 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
134

X Sale
334
334
734 Sale
234
234
»

Sale

27

9634

754 Sale
11

13

52

56

„

34
234
734
234
2:2534

9

934
13 34 Sale

Of

634
9
2134 Sale
8734 Sale
14834 Sale

Sale
93
134
4 34
134 Sale
634
8

85

12
Sale
Sale

12

♦

•

114

634 Nov. 12

Sale

8

2434 Nov.

7

134 Nov.

2

12

Nov.

2

1734
334
234
134

Nov. 2
Nov. 30
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 10

Nov. 9
Nov. 18
Nov. 7
Nov. 13

Nov.
Nov.

1
4

Nov.

Nov.
5
Nov. 10

834
334
3334
3734
9434
234
134
834

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9
7
9
10
24
17
9

22

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

9

10

9434 Nov. 14
15534 Nov.
9
434 Nov. 9

234 Nov.
Nov. 13
534 Nov. 30
734 Nov. 27

Feb.

2034 Oct.

4334 Nov. 27
Nov. 30

5434
6934
2634
13134

Oct.

100

Oct.

114

Oct.

4

Oct.
Oct.

20

Oct.

Nov.

5

234 Oct.
5
434 Sept. 22
2
22

Oct.
Oct.

28 34 Jan.
10
Jan.

3
1

2
8

134 Nov. 30
1
Sept. 30
6
20

5

Sale

4534
Sale
Sale
12

5
10

37

4634
934 Sale
634 Sale
6
634
4934

434 Nov. 30

934 Nov. 30
6
Nov. 25
7

45

Sale

10

Sale

Nov.

9

1

Sale
Sale

Sale

2234

2334
28
2934
734 Sale
40
4234
5
534

85

30

33

34 Sale
15

234
59

1834

434

104

i!H

1

6j

7
41

10

Oct.
3
Nov. 25

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.

634 Nov.
3734 Nov.
5

r

6
Nov. 27

3034 Nov. 27
34 Nov. 30
Nov, 7
Nov. 24
Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov.
2

234
66

Sale

9

9

734 Sale
834 Sale

4

U

Sale

Sale

120

12834
10834 10934
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
109

10734
Sale

Sale

Sale
100

234

Sale

2

114

120
*10134 Sale
8834 Sale

Sale

Nov.

Oct.
Oct.

10

Nov. 30
Nov.
5
Nov. 6
Nov.
9

9

16

87

Nov. 12

6

Nov.

2

7

2

Oct.

29

45

Oct.

5

634 Nov. 30
3

Oct.

2

Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

34
834
534
634

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Sale
Sale

34

Nov.
Nov.

634

Sale

534 Sale
6834 Sale
1534 Sale

534 Nov. 21
6834 Nov. 30
1334 Nov. 27

734 Sale
4234 Sale

734
4234
1834
134

73

1634 Sale

Sale

1334 Sale

48

45

3534 Sale
7,34 Sale

19

16

10

85

Sale

40

Sale
334 Sale
1334
1434
34
134
13

x
134
11
1034
1534 Sale
84
8534

1134
434 Sale
2134 Sale

98

29

100

834 Sale
7

12.
293

8
Sale
Sale

1134 Sale
21
3334
80
Sale

16

28

Mar. 16
Feb.
3

15

Feb. 27

5

9934 Feb. 27
1831, Jan.
6
1334 Jan. 10
Feb.

8

Feb.

30
1

2
1

5
24

Oct.

5
2

Oct.

27

3934 Jan.
9
2034 Feb. 26
2634 Feb. 26

Oct.

9734 Nov. 2
1934 Nov. 30
34 Nov.
5

3434
1634
2834
1834
2534
82

Jan.

27

Oct.

7

28
27

Feb. 19
Feb. 19
Mar. 10

Sept. 2

Feb. 27
Feb. 27
16034 Aug. 21
9634 Mar. 19
13954 Aug 12
12034 Aug. 18
6

16

Oct.

1

Nov.
Feb.

9234 Nov. ]

9834
99
2034 Sale
34 Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Jan.

1534 Feb. 24
87

20
6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov. ]

140

80

4734
734
7134
Nov. 27 11234
Oct.

9

3934 Mar. 5
2834 Jan. 12

30
25

7034 Nov.
11734 Nov.
10434 Nov. 1

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale
34

Sale

Sale
36

1

3

510234 May 16
9

*•« Jan.

30

Jan.

9734
2634

1234 Sale
4934
Sale

3

3
Oct.
334 Oct.
3034 Oct. 26
>34
34 Oct.
16" Sept. 23

10834 10934

Sale*

Oct.

35

334 Nov. ]
4934 Nov.
102
Nov. 1

Nov.

5

2634 Sept. 23

Nov. ]

Nov.
Nov.

Mar.

37

9

99

3
11
28
27
27

5

Nov.

Nov.

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

Sept.17

6

1034 Nov.

2

6
9

Jan.

1034 Apr.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

12

4134 Nov.

7034 Jan.

7
9
12
17
12

734 Nov. 30
834 Nov. 12
Nov.

1234 Aug. 20
1634 Jan.
5

7254
2734
134
2354
354

2

30

52

2

18

30

Jan.
June

30

19

Jan.

5634 Mar. 12
10234 May 25
181
Sept. 25
1234 Mar. 23
1434 Nov. 2

Oct.

16

11

29

3534 Mar. 31

Oqt.

Nov. 30

134
134
5
634
14334 139
Sale
5834
Sale
11434
10334 *101

634 Sale
138
14334
6334 Sale

2

24
434 Feb. 24
4634 Feb. 19
44*4 Aug. 20
10034 Sept. 2
534 Feb. 19
534 Feb. 10

7

9
Nov. 10

634
534
634
234

234 Feb. 20
834 July
3
15 34 Feb.

Nov.

Nov. 19
Nov. 19

234 Nov.
65

5034 Feb. 24
11
Mar. 19
234 Mar. 12
434 Jan. 21

1734 Jan

Sept.
Oct.

Nov.
9
Nov.
5
Nov. 10

18

134 Nov.

18 h

2

434 Feb. 25
2034 Aug. 21

10 H Feb
26
2534 Feb.. 24
155
June 23

Oct.
Nov.

Nov. 11
Nov. 2
Nov. 20
Nov.
9

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
42
Nov.
534 Nov.
3534 Nov.
134 Nov.

29
9

6 10434 Aug. 19
5 250
Feb. 16
234 Nov. 27
434 Nov. 9

Nov. 30

X
1034
134
2834
2934
934

Nov. 30
Nov. 27

1

Sale
434 Sale
434 Sale
134 Sale

Sale

55

2234 Nov. 28
2834 Nov. 25

6 34

19

144* 149

95

41

5

Nov. 28
Nov. 19
Nov.
2

10

,54
Sale

9

Nov. 10

45

21
a

634
1434
3734
1234

Nov. 21
Nov. 24

10
37

64

34 Sale
634 Sale

76

Mar. 10

51 34 Oct.
29
Oct.

4434 Nov. 12

76

26
2

Feb.

3534 Jan.
3634 Jan.

X Sept. 30
934 Oct.
7
L034 Oct.
6
3
Sept. 24
34 Sept. 22
134 Oct.
9
1

16

12
30

Mar. 20
Mar. 23
Mar. 19
133
July 14
1134 Feb. 24

934 Sept.

1234 Nov. 23
834 Nov.
9
1134 Nov. 10

10

19

Purity Bakeries............*

*

115

28

3
1334 Sept. 10
3934 Jan. 20
55

Sept.

2934 Oct.

9
Nov.
9
Nov.
2
Nov.
6
Nov. 25

5

634 Mar. 27
Mar. 2

Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

35

11

Mar.

2834 Feb.
75
Mar.
5834 Jan.
2934 Mar.
1634 Feb.
6934 Feb.

Nov.

48

Nov.

57

Pullman Company.. .....100
Punta AfegreSugar.......50
Certificates
...........50
Pure Oil
...25
Preferred
.........100

100

1234
534 Sale

7

3

1934 Jan.
8
534 Feb.
3
26
Jan. 12

85

Oct.

403a Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

20
135

Sale

.2

Sale

Preferred

9

5

2034
12434
334
1434
106

2834 Nov.

Nov.

85

Sale

14

Nov. 25

110

Nov.

22
Sale

15

3

1434 Sale
4734
1034
1134
7
Sale

Sale

*

Sale
234
Sale
234
Sale *2534

13834

50

4

......

Nov.
9
Nov. 13

Oct.

134 Oct.
60
Sept.

42

Nov. 20

1

934
1034
334
134
134

Sale

Sale

9

64

10

7

4

Jan.

20

72

Procter 8c Gamble..._......*
Preferred 5%
100

A~»

Nov. 4
Nov. 10
Nov. 19
Nov. 2
Nov. 9

4634 Nov. 13

Nov. 16

31

40
Sale

d

5
2

434 Nov.
23

7
70

33

6% preferred..
......100
Preferred (5)
Rights
Pub Serv El 8t Gas pref...100
$5 preferred w 1———_*

7

234 Jan. 13
634 Sept. 21
1
Sept. 25

22

Nov.
Nov.

114

92

234

34 Jan.
9

234 Nov.
1134 Nov.

3434 Nov.
4034 Nov.
1034 Nov.
105

Oct. 13
Nov. 23

9

234
6134
1434
1434
2834

434 Nov.
1434 Nov,
4234 Nov.
107
Nov,
2134 Nov.

90

93

38

Pressed Steel Car 7% pf—100
Common
•

100

35

Nov.

Prices

19 107 34 Aug. 13
Apr.
7
May
5
Nov.
9
9
14
18
Nov. 9

8734 Oct,

1034 Nov.

2234 Nov.

32

2

Sale

Common
7%

Nov. 19
Nov.
9

2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

14
7

5

18

234 Nov.
60

6

36

734 Nov. 30
134 Nov. 2
534 Nov. 30

3434 Sale

Sale

399,300 Reynolds Metal Co
5,300 Reynolds Spring Co....
13,900;
New
(•/

Sale

14 34

Producers 8e Ref Corp.....50
7% preferred...........50
Pub Ser Corp of N J pf8%.100

1.

Highest
Sale

May
9234

20

1,248,000 Republic Steel Corp....
•
141,200
Preferred cov.
...100
8,200 Revere Copper 8c Brass
*

If,

134
934
1534
334
134
134

25

11,600}_ Cert—.......

5,900

30

Pitts Term Coal..........100
6% preferred
100
Pref conv
.......100
Plttston Co (The).—.*

1

17

2

1034 Nov.

25

23

Sale

..100

.........

T.266

20

67 34
14

6% preferred

Pittsburgh Screw 8t Bolt
•
Pittsburgh Steel pref....100

Class A

434 Sale
23

Sale

1,130
2d preferred..100
325,300,Reo Motor Car
to

719

Sale

23

692,700 Rem'ton-Rand
*
12,415
1st preferred..........100

100

Sale

Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa)...100

56

2,090;

634

9434 Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov. 2
Nov. 13

35

90

92

334 Sale
17
23

124

114

3634
2334 Sale

Sale

37,500
3,700

100

Sale
Sale

Pirelli of Italy A

5,000 Rels (Robt) 8c Co.
1st preferred ..........100

400

134

11

154
*

3,250

10,100

334
55
Sale

26 J4
32

Pil8bury Flour Mills..

.......

68,706

125
Sale

39

3,120 Rand Mines
160,725 Raybestos-Manhattan
*
163,950 Real Silk Hosiery.........10
1,530
Preferred
100

14,300

Sale

234
.....

25

4.980,700 Radio-Keith-Orpbeum

10

5
23

76

170

560

114

Sale

1034 Sale
Sale
11234 105

80

14,595,860 Radio Corp of Amer
..._*
32,200
7% preferred "A"......50
313,334
Preferred B

5,500
15,700

107

22

47

135,800
4,300
43,150
528,600

*

3634 Sale
41

Sale

Sale

70

Mot C prof.. 100

8% preferred
Pierce Petroleum

110
Sale

101

Sale

25

1,850,558

434 Sale
1534 Sale
4234 Sale

11

11

1,300
6,200
4,800

4634

3634 Sale

18

136,800
•

Sale

Sale

45

Nov. 27
834 Nov. 2

Lowest
Sale Prices.

115

110

43

Sale
Sale

1534
16 34
11634 Sale
11834 131
834 Sale

*

500

90

120

44

325,600 Prairie OH 8c Gas.—...25
452,906 Prairie Pipe Line.......
25

410

Sale

46
51

JCM8S Postal Teleg

1,700

70
15
1034
834 Sale
Sale
2334

53

52.400 Poor 8c Co class B

14,600
113,500
462,500
3,510
49,200
6,870
10,870

234

27

117,400 Porto Rican Am Tob cl A.100
71,200
Class B
«

2,000
7,000
54,800

534 Sale

634 Sale
2134 Sale

Preferred. .......... ...100

24,600!
Class A
99,lOO Pierce Oil Corp

"i",co6

Sale

*

*

1,690, Phoenix Hosiery........

1,000

2

1034
534
834

25

2,860

290

Sale

80
15
Sale

92

734

17

(6) new........*

lS^OO^Ierce-Arrow

1

1634

•

10

42,100
392,400
115,900
14,700
26,500
15,900
29,380
5,770
11,700
1,907
32,900
3,310
9,900

ifS"
1!*

4

20

1,200
1,800
10,800
2,900
28,100
5,200
1,700
9,200
1,100
1,100

14 X

8

334

10734 110

Rights

1,737,377 Phillips Petroleum

^

110

*

...

10,000
5% non-cum pref
10
553,600 Philadelphia Reading C 8c I.*
17,310 Phillips Jones Corp
*
1,300
Preferred
100
66,900 Philip Morris 8c Co........10

'■50

Sale

Sale Prices.

3334 Sale

4

Cement

7% preferred

9,900,

105

7434

86

200 Philadelphia Co
50
16,800 Philadelphia Co pref 6%—50

"""700

Sale

.100

People's Drug Store Inc

9,215 Pet Milk
931,800 Petroleum Corp
232,700 Phelps Dodge

82,000
50,700

Sale

"45"

50

.......

Penn Coal 8c Coke...

8,400j

800

10

Penlck 8c Ford........_....*

Preferred..

T*

4
20

59,800 Peerless Motor..

Penn-Dixie

65
Sale

154 Sale

...

10,900
8,300

(

1

267,800 Pathe Exch._:..»—.i»—
A
216,700
80,125 Patlno Mines 8c Ent ctf
344,500
554,000
22,700
2,400
61,200
6,500
11,600
1,790
230,400

55
55 34

100
.__*

900

140

4

18

134 Sale
1034 Sale

25

10,300
3,500
4,500
3,500
12,800
32,400
1,200

900

Sale

9

74

Outlet Co

22,983

1,200

3
Sale

41
Sale

1234

22

Otis Steel

137,000

3,100

254
1734

23

1

34

Oppenhelm Collins & Co
*
Orpheum Circuit Inc PreflOO
Otis Elevator......
*
6% preferred...........100

3,831,924 Paramount

700

12

45

Highest.

Sale Prices

95
934
3934
134
2834

9234

2%
6034

37,400 Panhand Prod 8c Ref
*
1,190
8% preferred
......100

420

277,900
1,300
24,300

6

9434 Sale
8 % Sale

J*
68

-•

700

Sale

Lowest.

Ask

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

36

Sale

2854
42 X

l9~"

...

2.

Bid.

Omnibus Corp ▼ t c.......—*
Preferred A............100

Packard Motor Car.....;..,.*
2,500 Pan-Amer Pet 8c Trans
50
Class B stock
23,400
—50

""900

.»

"*

Ohio OH Co

2,304,125

113,300

Ask.

Norwalk Tire & Rubber. —10

544,560 Pacific Gas 8c Elec
.....25
264,910 Pacific Lighting Corp
*
10,610 Pacific Mills
100
23,320 Pacific Teleph 8c Telegr.-lOO
2,170
Preferred
100

55,260
10,210

Bid.

102

North Amer Edison pref,
North German Lloyd w I.

111,000
7,100
9,900
5,308
316,300
1,650
134,800
6,240
1,080
1,210
68,200

3,600

Nov.

1931.
Par

JAN.

SINCE

Price
Jan. 2

W. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

Shares

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

STOCKS

Since
Jan. 1.

In

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

3

Sale

134 Sale
1134

734 Nov.
8034 Nov.
2134 Nov.

7

Nov.

2

15

Nov. 11
Nov. 10

24
35

434 Nov. 13
1834 Nov. 11

10

334 Sale

10

Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 19

10

3

334 Nov. 30
1934 Nov. 27
29

Nov.

6

Sale

434 Sale

334 Nov. 30

7

Sale

734 Sale
1734 Sale

634 Nov.
2
1534 Nov. 28
434 Nov. 30

5

11

434

Sale

20

35

8

38

45

1134

1134

26
41
Sale

Nov. 19

534 Nov.
7
2534 Nov. 14
Nov.

7

434 Nov.

9

30

1034 Nov.
9
2434 Nov. 10
5
Nov. 20,

20

Nov.

9

20

39

Nov. 11
Nov. 28

42

Nov.
Nov.

14

Nov. 10

10

9,

Ill

IX

434

5

534

634

434 Nov.

4

734 Nov. 13

5 101 X Jan.

Oct.

3634 Nov. 10
7X Nov. 2
25

Sale

Oct.

1434 Nov.
45

Nov. 19

8*

10

•

1134 Nov. 27

18

Nov.

34 Nov.

16

434

1634 Sale

T

1234
Sale

19

30
30
30
30

28

25

3

42

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

511234 Apr. 22
I 10734 Aug. 14
Nov. 30. 5834 Feb. 27
2
Jan.
9
Sept. 3
4
May
9
134 Jan.
Oct.
5
5
1134 Jan.
Oct.

9934 Nov.

II 5534 Mar. 17

8

734 Nov. 30
4234 Nov. 30
1834 Nov. 30
134 Nov. 30

2734 Feb. 25
5534 Mar. 26
60
Mar. 21
2434 Mar. 21
6
Oct. 23i 3454 Apr.
6
934 Oct.
l| 2934 Mar. 25
3
Nov. 30, 3034 Feb. 10

10

Nov.

34 Oct.
Sept.
3 34 Nov.
1934 Nov.
29 * Nov.
3
Sept.
434 May
534 Oct.
6

15

Oct.

30, 90
7

25!
30

27
6
22
12
5
5

354 Sept. 23
15

Oct.

7

Feb.
3
134 Jan. / 8
Apr. 22
1954 Feb. 27
88
Jan.
7
13

98

Jan.

6

1034 Feb. 11
834 Feb. 11
2554 Feb. 24
54

Feb.

13

Jan.

30

Jan.

3934 Oct. ^1 83 34 Jan.
7
Sept. 21 22 54 Mar.
134 Jan. 10
134 Jan.
234 Oct.
6' 1834 Mar.

19
2
6

13
10
29

12

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK

In

Since

November

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

470
300

17,100
42,300
2,200
7,300

11.800

85.980
327,000
3.263
3,388
445,500
67,800
2,218.750
35.600
22.280

380

300
82,500
14,900
257.500
1,700
600

8%

81,400
2,069,100
29.350
255,500
12.460
341,640
3,448
1,114,290
82,400
89,500
121,800
1,121,200
2,630.700
31,700

1,100
88,400
1,700
10,800
700

23,800
3181

65,500
5,300
1,700
29,100
37,900
279,000
1,100

Seaboard Oil Co of

Seneca

100
190
700

173,900
1,200
52,300
730

37,900

30

100

10"465

900

8%

4,300
1,500
11,100

27,500
74,300

50

43

43

45

Sale

9*4 Sale
454
4*4
43 54 Sale

—....._•

Corp.....25

92~~ Sale

Solvay Am Corp pref__...100
So Porto Rico Sug ....
*

103
46

Edlson....25

*

1st

Bros............—*
preferred...........100
Co
*
—100

—'
—100
Spencer Kellogg Ac Son*....*
Splcer Mfg Co—..........*
Preferred A..............*
Splegel-May-Stern Co....—*
Brand*.......——*
*

Preferred.....

Preferred

Sale

Sale
120
Sale

42*4
—.—*
pref....100 116
22*4
Common.............——*
39*4
Sun Oil
»
Preferred—
—.100 100*4

Sale
Sale
33*4 Sale
54 Sale
6*4 Sale

Superheater Co (The)——*
Superior Oil ............
*

Steel...........100

12

50

Sweet* Co of America

2,400
2,900

41,700
24,200
58,400
66,200
17,600

800

6,900
4,200
1,200

Third Nat'l Investors.......

600

900

1,300
5,800
14,600
60

1,100
267,160

No par

value




14

Sale

98

Sale
Sale

11*4 Nov.
154 Nov.

8*4 Nov.
21*1 Nov.

Nov.
12*4 Nov.

1254 Sale

90

93

19*4
54 Sale
854 Sale

19

115*

15*4 Sale
*4 Sale
6

Sale

1754 Sale

14*4 Nov. 30
3*4 Nov. 2
1654 Nov. 28

Sale
Sale

Sale

27*4 Sale
254 Sale
554 Sale

25*4 Nov. 28
254 Nov. 30
554 Nov. 27

6

5*4

Sale

5

Sale

2*4 Sale
15*4 Sale
17
Sale

15*4

25

———*

25

Sale
29

17*4

Sale

3*4

Sale

28 X

Sale

5

15

Oil..............*

*
*
Preferred
100
Trlco Product*
_•
Truax Traer Coal..........*
Truscon Steel Co
...10

Tran Ac Williams Steel..

Tri-Continental Corp..

....

•

Underwood Elliott Fisher..*

7% preferred
......100
Union Bag Ac Paper
...._*

*

6*4
55

.....

Sale

24

69*4 Sale
954 Sale
43*4 Sale
2
254
1054 Sale
2H
5
2*4
5
1254 Sale

VS aVA
6*4 Sale

Sale
Sale

10
Sale

41

5*4 Sale
Sale

22

4

38

r

154
21

Sale

17
Sale
.....

7*4

1*4
18

3*4
25*4

9*4 Nov.

6

Nov.

2

38

354 Sale
854 Sale

4*4 Nov. 28
Nov. 27
254 Nov. 2
7*4 Nov. 24

Sale

354 Sale

3*4 Nov. 27

254

4*4

454
Sale

20

Nov.

6

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

i»
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

109

Sale

Sale

Sale

7
5

2

Nov.

9

Nov. 11
6

1654 Nov.
3*4 Nov. 11

21*4 Nov. 10
31*4 Nov. 7
9
354 Nov.
7*4 Nov. 5

6*4 Nov. 10
28*4 Nov. 17
3
Nov. 7
19
Nov. 9
20*4 Nov. 10
10*4 Nov. 18
2

Nov.

21

Nov.

9

9*4 Nov.

6

Nov. 18
5*4 Nov. 6
2754 Nov. 9
4*4 Nov. 25
9
Nov.
9

45

454 Nov.
Nov..

Nov. 30

&

Nov. 27

33*4

Nov. 18
7*4 Nov. 5
3*4 Nov. 30

23*4 Nov.
Nov.
8
Nov.
32 ° Nov.

105

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

9
9
7
9
9

Nov. 10

8*4 Nov. 10
Nov.

9

15*4
2*4
6*4
21*4
9*4
35*4

24

Mar. 20

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

Aug.:

22

5

41
9

Oct.

Sept. 16
Sept. 29

27

Oct.

6

35

Oct.

1

18

9*4 Nov.
Oct.

35

6
8

Sept. 21
19*4 Oct.
6
154 June
3
7
Oct.
1
3
Jan. 27
4

3*4 Jan. 27
3*4 Nov. 27

5*4 Sept.
3

Oct.

51
Oct.
24 X Oct.

254
7*4
2*4
23*4

Nov.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.

105
6 X Oct.

9

27*4 Oct.

4054 Nov.

26

Sept. 21

19
31*4 Nov. 7
Nov. 13
27 110
30
10*4 Nov. 9

30

13
5
24
10

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Oct.
555? Feb.
6*4 Jan.
June
17 *4 Feb.
Oct.
Sept.
Sept. 17 790

18
Nov. 17
3*4 Oct.
1
20*4 Oct.
1

6

7

14

54*4 Mar.

1*4 Nov. 24

Nov.

0
23
10
13

118*| Apr.

1254 Oct.
254 Oct.
15
Oct.

6

5*4 Nov.
37

Nov. 30
1
Oct.

11*4 Oct.
5
*4 Sept. 22
1
Oct.
3

54 Nov. 13

23

5*4 Feb. 10
954 Feb. 10

2

45 J
1
2654 Oct.
8854 Nov. 20 104 J
15
Nov. 28 40!
1
11.
*4 Oct.
6 18*1
3 X Oct.

9

1

21 *4 Mar.

9

2

Nov. 27

26*4

110

10*4
Sale

16

Nov. 27
Nov. 30
Nov. 5
Nov. 20
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Nov. 24
Nov. 17
Nov. 27
Nov. 2

Sale
854 Sale

23*1

Sale

23

5*4
27*4
2*4
15*4

July

40

98

2

Sale

27*4

9

Nov.

13

2*
8®

i

9

Nov.

Nov. 25

1

Feb. 20
Mar. 24
Feb. 25

454 Sept. 21
12*4 Nov. 28

54 Nov.
9

1154 Nov. 13
54 Nov. 13

Sale

11

19*4 Nov. 13

Nov.

8854 Nov.
15
Nov.
*4 Nov.
5
Nov.

14

Feb.

8854 Mar. 10

2*4 Sept. 29

Nov. 13
9
Nov.

3054 Nov.

90

Oct.

6

Nov. 13

Nov.
Nov.

98

9

4 - Nov. 10
24*4 Nov. 10

6

3054 Sale

7X

—...

Nov. 12
9
Nov,

2*4 Nov. 2
19*4 Nov. 13

12*4 Sale

1154 Sale

Union Carbide Ac Car

1

32*4 Sale

R)—........25
Products........*
Thompson-Starrett. ........ *

Ulen Ac Co

Nov. 24
9
Nov,

Nov.
2
Nov. 23

10

Feb.

Mar. 25
Feb. 21

Oct.

Nov. 28

12

Thompson

93,600
538,045
75.950
221,800
22,275
28,100
59,200
279,500
1,150
31,400
4,161,035
\

654 Sale

7*4 Sale
18*4 Sale
100

18*4 Sale

6% preferred...
....100
13,100
10
89,900 Timken-Detroit Axle Co
639,550 Timken Roller Bear.....—*
258,200 Tobacco Product* Corp.....*
Class A...
...........*
165,900
Dlv ctfs "B"
♦
1,900
Dividend certificate* C
*
1,300
2,834,400 Transamerlca Corp........25

30,000
1,700
8,000

2^4
3
20*4 Sale

Thompson (J

6.500 Tidewater

300

Sale

1054
Sale

1

Sale

4

4
62

16*4
1754
33*4
17*4
20*4
124

Oct.

70

1054 Nov. 2
3154 Nov. 30

35

1

75

4

Nov.

30

24

Preferred...

5

Nov. 28

9*4

7
17

92*4 Jan. 21
1354 Mar. 16

64*| Mar.
8 10954 Mar.
Mar.
14 101
4
Feb.
2
Sept. 25
Feb.
Nov. 28
5 106
Sept.
88* Oct.
6
5154 Feb.
28*4 Oct.
19
Jan.
1
8*4 Oct.
Feb.
6
28 X Oct.
26
Feb.
June
3
Sept. 15 34*4 Feb.

Nov. 10

Nov, 11
2*4 Nov. 28
154 Nov. 10

Sale

803,094 Tidewater Asuoc OH........*
Preferred 6%..........100
63,600

70,300
9,600

Nov.

2

8

nil;y 22
eb. 20
Fet

Feb.

27*4

7454 Nov. 18

93*4

Jan.

Mar. 20
Jan.
6

36

Jan.

118

10
18

115*4 May

77

Sale

13*4

5

2*4 Sept.
Sept.
95
Oct.
11
Nov.
48*4 Oct.
3*4 Nov.
1*4 Oct.
38*4 Nov.
9
Sept.
6
Sept.
18
Oct.
3*4 Oct.
12 X Oct.
18

Nov.
6
Nov. 20

Feb.
Feb.

Aug. 20
Mar. 19

16*4 Mar. 20

Oct.

7

7
Nov. 30
Nov.
9

90

Sale

70,000 Thatcher Mfg.........—...*
Convertible preferred....*
10,100
159,900 Thermoid Co—.———*

200

155^
21
16
95
5
17*4
112*4
54*4

Nov. 20

Sale

(The).————25
Texas Gulf Sulphur
—.*
Texas Pacific Coal Ac 011...10
Tex Pac Ld Tr Tern ctfs
1
Certificates (old)....—100

Texas Corp

Oct.

8

Feb. 20

39

Nov. 30

Nov. 28

Sale

Telautograph Corp........*
Tennessee Corp........
*

Oct.

7

Jan.
Jan.

32*4 Feb. 20

84

Sale
Sale

......—*

Class A

\VA
62

5
29*4 Oct.
9
4454 Nov.
Nov. 30
x42
48*4 Nov. 10

31*4

2*4

*

Symington

2354 Feb. 20
15*4 Feb. 20
103*4 Jan. 31

i42

22

Stono Ac Webster

7
87

2854 Oct.

17
0

Feb. 20

Oct.

4954 Oct.

7

Nov. 21

Sale

Studebaker Corp

9,

Nov. 12

20

5

Mar.

11*4 Nov. 30

Nov. 24
5*4 Nov. 7
16*4 Nov. 7
Nov. 28
118*4 Nov. 18 119*4 Nov. 13
Nov.

Sale

2,780
734,400
69,400
7,765
204,500
78,500
74,123

20
21

Nov. 27
Nov. 20

12

10*4 Sale
1*4
154
2*4 Sale

17

621,600 Stewart Warner Corp.....10

29,600
8,200
32,600
39,400
96,700
2,075,300
1.336,050
126,700
906,300
10,000

1*4 Nov.

Sale

33

Nov.

Jan.

54 Sept

454 Nov. 7
2*4 Nov. 12
38*4 Nov. 21
14*4 Nov. 12
654 Nov. 17

3*4 Nov. 30

38*| Nov.

6*4

.....

2

Nov.

10

2

9*4 Nov.

3

cl A.... ,11 *

12

Nov.

Sale

2

6
Nov. 12

Nov.

Nov.

2*4
2*4 Nov. 30
1854 Nov. 27 20
96
Nov. 10 100
11
Nov. 20 11

93*4
3*4 Sale

1,129,400

Superior

33*4 Sale

15
4
38

.01*4 104
45*4 Sale
17
Sale
47*4 Sale
22*4 Sale
21*4 Sale

6

Feb. 20
20
12

Jan.

Jan.

May
Oct.
Oct.

10

11

Mar. 25

P

3*4 June

7
9

Nov. 27i

4102*4 Nov. 21
Nov.
9
32*4 Nov. 28 38

90

preferred..... '.50

Conv 1st

.

3454 Sale

IF

11^

Apr.
9
13*4 Feb. 18
Mar. 25
21

354 Oct.
3*4 Nov.
3*4 Oct.
38
Oct.
10*4 Nov.
954 Oct.
3 X Oct.
2354 Sept.
*4 Nov.
454 Sept.
8*4 Oct.
5*4 Oct.
77
June

Nov. 12

Nov.

92

59*4 Sale
57 X Sale
96*4 103

Standard Oil of N Y—.—. -25
Starrett Co (The L S)—. ._»
Sterling Sec Corp

99

290*

Nov.

9

Sale
92 X
95
8*4 Sale
254
3
55 X
60
9*4
10
11
11*1
25*4
26h
6*4 Sale
1654 Sale
18
121*4

Spark* Wlthlngton........

Standard

Sale

53

Sale
111

9

Nov.

Nov.

1

3*4 Nov.
11*4 Nov.

25

Spang Chalfant Ac
Preferred...

5654

Sale

254
554
12*4 Sale
53*4 Sale

10*4 Sale
94

33
11

Spalding

Sale

55

Sale

1

Nov.

24

Feb.

X Sept.

—

fK: M

63*4 Feb. 20
6*4 Feb. 27
58*4 Feb. 27

June

33

5^4

9*4 Nov.
15
NoV.

15

18

154
6

9

Nov.

16

Aug.31

Mar. 27

20*

3*4 May
Oct.
154 Oct.

54 Nov. 16
5*4 Nov. 12
Nov. 9
654 Nov! 9
45
Nov. 12
15
Nov. 2
14
Nov. 10
554 Nov. 5
3754 Nov.
1 *1 Nov.
7*4 Nov.
14*4 Nov.
9*4 Nov.
Nov. 10
88

Feb. 27

Mar. 30

31

7

Nov.

43

4
5

Sept.
Aug.

51

5*4 Oct.

6

Feb. 20

Aug. 19

P

June

38*4 Oct.

7
654 Nov. 10

3*4 Nov.

Sale

16

20

154
3*4
1454

Nov.

4

1054 Nov.

Nov. 27

88

3*4 Sale
954

Sale
Sale

12*4
3*4

A..

6*4 Sale

15

15

40

45

7
4
5

2
Nov. 27
Nov. 28

Sale

76

8*4

Nov.

Nov.

554 Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 18

454 Sale
17

Nov. 10

4*4 Nov. 25
28*4 Nov. 23

454 Sale
2SH
29*

10

89

9
4

40

Oct.
Jan.

5

Nov. 27

10

15

8

Nov. 13

48*4 Nov.
2*4 Nov.

3054
69*4
98*4
108*4
20*4

9X Oct.
3854 Jan.
75
Oct.
87*4 Nov.

Nov. 14

82
95

10*4 Nov. 30

Sale

11

Mar. 2
2 41
Feb. 24
26
1
Mar.
6
June 23 102
13*4 Sept. 21 4254 Feb. 10

11 X Oct.
9
Oct.
101

Nov. 24
Nov. 27

5
40

32*4 Mar.
654 Jan.

*4 Sept. 30
1*4 Nov. 27

354 Nov. 9
13M Nov. 17
13
NoY. 9

*4 Nov. 5
4*| Nov. 27
3*4 Nov. 28

*4

54

4*4 Sale
3*4 Sale
5
Sale
40
Sale

Sale
1*4

Sale

12 X

—100

Class B

*4
Sale
6
6
48
Sale
Sale

86*4
10X Sale
42 X Sale
12
34
29
Sale
2*4
3
8
10

100

Southern Dairies das*

54
5 Ys

5*4 Sale

-—100

8% preferred
Sou California

45

754 Sale
3*4 Sale
38*4 Sale
154
2
38*4 44

13*4 Sale
7*4 Sale

Yteei~Ac~ Ir 1100

Preferred

2*4

2

38

1

38,550 Standard 011 Export pref.
Stand OH of Calif
Standard OH of Kansas... 125
.25
Standard OH ef N J

1,200

141,200

Sale
45

90

4*| Sale

25

Socony Vacuum

1,416,500
90,900
4,125,375
1,789,650
76,010
102,800
64,400
69,300

250

1,800
3,900
140,200
64,400
16,800

40

31

100

11,300
3,300
3,823

2,300
2,300
6,600
140,600
77,000
13,500
51,600

Sale

49*4

6
4

10*4

Preferred (7%)......... ,..*
10,200
""*
Preferred (6%).—......
8,600
ill*
19,100 Stand Com'l Tobacco....
Standard Investing Corp.
40,375

62,400
1,400

100

6*4
4

40*4

preferred..........100

Preferred

77
Sale

76

*

.

Sale

79*4
Sale
7
Sale

79
90

4*4
5*4
42*4
14*4

1,498.310 Standard Gas Ac Elec.....
.—*
$4 preferred-.......—.
52,500

320

900

12*4 Sale

1*4 Sale
4X Sale

Snider Packing....

11.820

"Y.966

9
7

12
49

52*4 Sale

Preferred..............100
Shubert Theatre...........*
Slmms Petroleum.....
10
Simmon* Co.
....—*
Sinclair Con OH Corp.....*

2,713.100

400

9

16*4 Nov.
54*4 Nov.

*
£3

Shell Union Oil

600

1,400
3,000
3,500
174,300
8,500
319,500

19*4 Nov.

1154 Nov. 28
4554 Nov. 27
77
Nov. 23
87*4 Nov. 7
5*4 Nov. 4
4
Nov.
2
40
Nov.
4
42
Nov. 20
7*4 Nov. 30
3*4 Nov. 30
3554 Nov. 28
2
Nov. 20
38*4 Nov. 4

*
*

(GF)
Shell Transp Ac Trading...

1,900
143,800

500

1554 Nov. 27

Sale

J* Sale
aVA

......—*

Shattuck

21,400
50,500
14,245
95,300

1,500
1,600

1654 Sale

41

Spear Ac Co
1.020
7% preferred

260
40

73.800
3,700

45 X

1

Sharp & Dohme
Preferred

2,900
6,900
22,900
2,540
1,240
1,340
338.350
2,320

3,200

Sale

"5*4 "ex

Sharon Steel Hoop

5,550
38,100
14,600
836,700
31,850
474,514
5,190
486.891

200
100

Nov.

»•*»

Copper.............*

5.200 Sloas-Shef field

1.700

Sale

41

Sale

39*4

preferred..... —1

Serve! Inc

Nov.

4*4 Sale
50

.*

Sear*, Roebuck
Second Nat Investor*...
conv

Nov.

Sale

23*4

17*4

89
98 X 100
14
Sale

Ac Co... IIII*

$5

Nov.

20

Sale

84

Seagrave Corp (The)...

189,100 Skelly OH Co
PfpfAFFAfl
42,900

13,200
5,800

Del.

Nov.

11*4 Sale

Sale
40*4 Sale

"ioo
preferred........
...

15
Sale

15

24

75*4 Feb. 19
9
5
10*4 Feb. 21

June 25
Nov. 28

69

Nov. 7
Nov. 28
1*4 Nov. 11

54*4 June

5

35*4 Oct.,

7

73
15

Nov.

Sale

24 H

Preferred (7)
.......
Savage Arms Corp...... ....•
Schulte Retail Store*..

Nov.

41

9
28
5
27
28
27

72*4

Sale

10

k

28
Sale

38

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Sale

31*4
Sale

..100

Scott Paper...........*

72

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

35*4 Nov. 27

Sale

Sale

69

Sale

319.730 St Joseph Lead........ —10
653,970 Safeway Store*.........
"lOO
Preferred (0)
9,895

21,100
41,100
1,000
1,910
3,100
14.600

39

Prices.

Sale

Ask.

Ask.

Bid.

Sale

31,000 Rltter Dental Mfg
123,000 Roasla Insurance ......—10
40 Royal Bak Powder 0% pf.100
444,300 Royal Dutch Co N Y aha

31",000

*

Ask.
Sale

10
1.737,700 Reynold! (RJ)Tob cl B
Class A
10
7,360
2,900 Rhine Westphalia Elec Pr —
Richfield OH Co of Calif
706.900
334.500 Rio Grande Oil...........-*

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

2.

Nov.

1931.

Par.

Shares.

103,000

1.

SINCE JAN.

Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

RANGE

NOVEMBER.

PRICES IN

AGGREGATE SALES.

37

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Feb.

854 Mar.

34*2
9

68
18
83
12

59

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Feo.
Feb.

4*4 Nov.
Apr.
7
Apr.
654 Apr.

14

18

uH
94

Feb.
Mar
Feb,

Feb,

4554 Feb
10

Jan,

24

Feb
2154 Mar
7554 Feb
123*4 Aug
Aug

14%

Feb

38

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE

SALES

In

November

STOCKS

Sine-

Jan. 1.
Par.

469.508 Union Oil, California—
62,800 Union Tank Car

Bid.

Sale
20

4534
634

45

2634

23

10©

"27 34
101

234

33

96

29
27«

*

Preferred

100
Utah Copper............10
Utilities P AC L "A"
»
....

Warner Bros Pictures

Sale

19

1534
12'

49

7 34
76
17

Sale

Sale

334

Sale
Sale
Sale

7

14334
5934

*
*

•

Class B

100

13

7

90

22

10

60
90

Sale

20

94 34
Sale

80

20

Sale

4954

42

39

50
26

23

80

131

Sale
-

-33 34

9134 Sale
Sale

2234 Sale
3534
36
Sale

Sale
Sale

334 Sale
22
1034

36,900 YaleAtTowne
1,433,200 Yel Trk Ac C'ch

Sale
20

134
20

Sale

76

85

80
Sale

65

75

10834 Sale
Sale

1534 Sale
4

Sale

8034 Sale
1834 Sale
4634 Sale
84

834
20

i234

134
2

Sale
10

30
Sale

1134
Sale

1234
Sale
Sale
6

434 Sale
2334
2434

Sale

12
3

20
Sale

5234 Sale

24

37

VA

6
40

it*
2034

22
Sale

*5434
2734 Sale

7*7%

39

2

7734 Oct.
1734 Oct.
80 34 Oct.
234 Oct.
634 Apr.

20

85

Nov. 11

8

234

Sale
Sale
Sale

4634 Sale
2534 Sale
28

24

20
22

59

Sale

57

2534 Sale
934 Sale

15
5
27

1234
14
434 Sale
3334 38

130

234 Sale

18

134
834

2034
5234
84

Sale

2134 Sale

2

Nov. 30

4434 Nov. 28
51

22

82

Nov. 20
34 Nov. 23

234 Nov.

37

85

1834
434

61

17

6

60

Feb. 27
Mar. 20
Feb. 24
Jan.
Jan.

7
30

2634 Mar. 20

iim

1 112
2 103

Oct.9

Feb.

11

Apr. 22
Mar. 27

Mar. 19

6 120
Mar. 17
5 11334

Oct.

July

10

Nov. 30! 4434
334 Nov. 27 1234
49 34 Nov. 30
15034
16
Oct.
5
3634
3234 Nov. 30 10734
7534 Nov. 25 11934
7

15

Feb. 20
Mar. 25

6 34 Oct.
1
3234 June 11

Mar. 16

9

1234 Nov. 12
4034 Nov. 12

8 34 Oct.

1

1034 Nov. 27
36

Oct.

29

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7

734 Oct.

8

6
2
4
234 Nov. 25

22 M Oct.

5

534 Nov,

7

134 Sept. 22
1
234 Oct.

10

Nov. 27
Nov.
6

Nov. 21
Nov. 19
Nov. 30

1334 Nov. 25
4

Nov. 28
Nov.
5
13
Nov. 23
2034 Nov. 28
30

2m

Nov. 12

334
2834
134
334
2634
5634

12
17

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
3234 Nov.
52
Nov.
37
13

9
10

11
7

12

40

Feb.

24

Feb. 21
Feb. 26
Feb. 27

3634 Jan.
3434 Apr.
2034 July
70
July
26J4 Jan.
4734 Mar.
5
Apr.
1034 Apr.

5

10
7
6
12
20

6

13

16

Oct.

1

1834 Oct.

2

30

Mar. 26
Mar. 19

June 27

134
1434
54
134

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

20
8

21
19

15

134 Nov. 19
734 Nov. 20

Oct.

4234 Oct.
20

Oct.
Oct.

2

6
17
6

1034
6
5134
5
723-4
6 106J4

Nov. 20

1434 Nov. 9
2734 Nov. 10

Jan.

12

Aug. 18

12 34 Oct.

6

30

6

Jan. 23
1534 Mar. 20

1

76
29

14

13
19

3

134 Nov.

2

1

Oct. 28
Oct.
6
June
3
Oct.
2

9

9

7

Oct.

Nov.

17

334 Oct.
1734 Oct.

40
37

7
Nov. 13

lft
10

Feb.

Noy. 21
734 OctI 16
5034 Oct.
5

21

534 Nov.

Mar.
Mar.
5634 May
4
Feb.

Feb. 24
95
Mar. 7
8334 Mar. 9
27
Feb. 25
8034 Mar. 4

Nov. 21
Nov. 13

6934 Nov. 10

35

3

35

134
134
834 Sale

i!x

32

14

1034 Nov.
Nov.

18

15

55

13

Feb.

10034 Oct.
90

Feb.

4034 Jan.
9
734 Feb.
4
4634 Feb. 27

Oct.

71

5

15

Oct.

65

104

234 Nov. 27

45
Sale

7034

Nov.

9834 June 22

Oct.

61

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.:
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Apr. 21

2734 Mar. 12
834 Jan. 30
5734 Jan. 30

15
Sept.
1334 Sept.
134 Nov.
20
Sept.
1
Jap.
12 34 Oct.
44 34 Oct.

Nov.

11234

1034 Nov. 24
1034 Nov. 27

10

163*>
2234
30
Sale
Sale

53

Mar. 19
Mar. 24

Aug. 12
2734 Feb. 17

Oct.

90

May 12

67

Apr.

Nov.

19

5 109
34

334 Nov.
1034 May
5

7

Feb.

Oct.

1

20

Jan.

97

2

8334 Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

71 j

Oct.

24

19

Nov. 23

38

Nov.
Oct.

Nov. 11
Nov.
9
1734 Nov.
9
334 Nov. 4
53
Nov.
7

Nov.
934 Nov.
2234 Nov.
1634 Nov. :
134 Nov. :
20
Nov. :

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

20'

86
15

3

18

45

1334

2

Nov,

18
15

2434 Nov. 10

3

734 Nov.
2134 Nov.

Nov.

6

Nov.

85
5

Nov. 27
Nov. 25
Nov.
2
Nov. 20

51

2234 Sale

2

334 Nov.
1734 Nov.
234 Nov.

12
834
6734 Sale

30

2

134
234
434
2034

45

-_____*

Oct.

81

Nov.
Nov.

15

22

Feb.

81

6

34

2634

It*

Sept.
Aug.

6

7534 Nov.

Sale

Feb.

34 Oct.

9

55

Sale

234

Feb. 28
26
Feb. 16
7634 Mar. 25
Oct. 22
60
June 26
2

2S

13 34 Oct.
7
Oct.
22
Oct.

32

Sale

Sale

31

6

334
4934
1634
3234

2i*

Oct.

4234 Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

16

5

Mar. 23
7134 Mar. 11

Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 16

13734 Apr. 17
12434 Feb. 24

34 Sept.
14
May

Nov.

Mar. 6
Mar. 20
Mar. 21

150

Jan.

8

50

Nov. 28

35

80

2

July 30
Apr.
1
Feb. 25
Mar. 17

47
Apr.
1
15234 Feb. 26

1 Nov.

3534 Nov. 28

91
20

49

134
134
234 Sale

3634
2034
3634
2534

11334 Nov.
60
Sept.

44

Sale

40

Mar. 20

1534 Mar. 19
8634 July 25

Nov.

Nov.
7
534 Nov.
5
95
Nov. 24
20
Nov.
6

334 Nov. 28

1034
19
6634 Sale

75

53

134 Nov.

1034 Nov. 30

41

Corp.....11

44

2
Nov. 30

10

6

35

Nov.

12

26

90

*

Jan.
7
Feb. 24
Feb. 24
Mar. 24
Mar. 27

1234 Sept.
Sept.

9

4534 Nov. 10

1034 Sale

75

.......100

Nov.
Nov.

26

69

10

56

Sale

9
Mar. 17

5034 Mar. 21

534 Oct.
9
Nov.

2334 Nov.

h Nov.

Sale

8
734
2034
2934
1034 Sale
1034
11

7134

18
Sale

8

9
Nov. 12

Nov.

19

Nov.
Nov.
80
84
76
Nov.
82
Sale
82
Nov.
Sale
6834 Nov.
10934 Sale
10834 Nov.
101
Nov.
10134 98
14
Sale
14
Nov.

100
*

Sale

334
334
5234 Sale
1634 Sale

Jan.

2

Oct.

134

11*

Feb. 27
Feb. 27
Feb.
9

3734 Mar. 26
2034 Mar. 26

2

)i

2534 Nov. 10

Nov.

34

1

234 Sale
20

a?*

634 Sale
1934

30

a1?*

5334 Sale

25

Zenith Radio Corp
Zonite Products

134
1734

49

99

2

134
40

1

1634

234

6034 Sale

class B

7% preferred




18
16

6

10

Young Spring & Wire
Youngst'n Sh Ac Tube.....
(Blue) certificates

No rar value.

234 Sale
734 Sale

Mar. 26

Apr. 23
July
7

4

Oct.
1
12
Oct.
2
90
Nov. 30
Oct.
5 50
Nov. 25 132
Nov. 25
1234
Oct.
5
7734
Oct.
5
1034
Oct.
5

7434 Nov.

30 120
63
2

41

7

9
10

Mar. 19

Aug. 12

7
9
Nov. 10

42

2

Sale

18

12

o

30

30

334 Nov. 30
1334 Nov. 30
234 Nov. 23

45

32

23

9434

Sale

19

9

Feb. 26

June

1234 Nov.
834 Nov.

Sale
Sale
3

Sale

36

2034

Sale

3 34

41

2334 Sale

734

21
80

1334
234

9

18

3534 Sale
7934
85

1134
234

40

37

90
Sale

4

334 Sale
60

Sale
Sale

534
9234
30
55

40

3934 Sale
81

Jan.

3134 Feb. 19
10834 Mar. 23
934 Apr.
9

Sept. 21
Oct.

Nov.

16

1
Sale

334

100

*

Nov.

30

7

Sale

100

441,500 Wrigley (Wm) Jr

Nov.

28

38

44

2

3; 52
Apr.
9
6
4134 Apr. 11
Nov. 23 110
Mar. 26
May
6 5734 Aug.
3

1434 Nov.
h Nov.

12

1134

Sale

Nov. 25

1534 Nov.

34

Aug. 14
Mar.

Aug. 26
7
334 Jan.

8

Oct.
Oct.

1634 Nov.
1634 Nov.

19

3834

Sale

VA

M

Sept.

50

Sale

534

2,300
7% preferred "A"
5,300
6% preferred B
2,630 Wright Aeronautic..

6

Sept. 30

1134 Nov.
34 Nov.

3
30

3234

3*

U

Nov? 30
Nov. 28

8

Mar. 26

Apr.
Apr.

27

4§*

Nov. 13
Nov.
9
Nov.
7
Nov.
9
Nov. 12
Nov.
9
Nov.
9

95

13
3

Jan.

Mar. 26
Mar. 23

26 *76
Oct.
5
Oct.
6
Oct.
5
Nov. 23
Jan.
2
12
Oct.
6
6734
Oct.
5
4
June 12
60
Oct.
6
3734
Oct.
2 106

9

9
Nov. 14

44

Prices.
Feb.

Oct.
Oct.

5

Nov.

5

136

1934 Sale

»

100

Oct.

Sept. 18

Nov. 30
Nov.
5
Nov.
Nov.

5

2634
2534
3834
6134
2734

Nov. 28
4134
Nov. 11 122
Feb. 16
11
Oct.
5

2

Nov.

5

Oct.

34 Nov.
534 Nov.
67
Nov.
Nov. 30
1234 Nov.
Nov. 27 30
Nov.
Nov. 25 115
Nov.:
6
Nov. 25
Nov.
Nov. 27 3634 Nov
Nov. 30
5
Nov.
8
Nov. 30
Nov.
Nov. 30 83
Nov.

Nov.
1634 Nov.
38
Nov.
53
Nov.
11334 Nov.
63
Nov.

100
Sale

34

-

5

.....

Nov.

1

Oct.

7

13834

55

•

665,100 Willys-Overland
19,700
7% preferred..
58,900 Wilson Ac Co
"A"
64,400
58,300
Preferred
4.287,981 Wool worth (F W)
3,040,500 Worthlngton P Ac

Nov.

Oct.

6

534 Nov.

Sale

135

17

*

.....

8

Sale

63

135

10034
2234

...

8,700
Preferred
67,900 Wilcox Oil Ac Gas
16,500 Wilcox-Rich Corp class A

Nov.

9

6734 Sale
*11834 Sale

...

*

78

Sale

1234 Sale
1734 Sale

4 34 Sale
2734 Sale

50

4^

a

Sale

38

21

334
534

1134 Sale

139?!

110

27

Sale

183

33

115

334

27

104,100 Wesson Oil Ac Snowdrift
»
2034
2134
35,300
84 conv preferred
,....*
54?4 Sale
4,100 West Penn El Co "A"
•
97
10534
11,070
7% preferred
100
10434 Sale
5,410
Preferred (6)..—
..100
96
Sale
7,344 West Penn Pow pref 7%—100 116
11634
6,570
6% preferred
100
10334 Sale
47,300 Western Dairy Prod A
*
22
28
214,200
Class B v t c
*
434 Sale

...

2534

Sale

734 Sale
6634 6834

*

White Rk M Spr ctfs
White Sewing Mach....

7
Nov.
7
Nov.
9
Nov. 16
Nov.
9

Sale

334 Nov.
3434 Nov.
2534 Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

8

120

534
63 H

"

White Motor

Nov.

34 Nov. 4
334 Nov. 27
60
Nov. 4

65
Sale
Sale

1334 Sale

61,300 Weston El Instr
...—*
Class A
1,400
*
147,050 Westvaco Chlorine Prod
*
6,557 Wheeling Steel Corp......
2,864
Preferred
...100

1.

Oct.

78
Sale

26 H

611,900 Western Union Teleg
|jUl0
203.300 Westinghouse Air
BrakeX^.*
9,907,560 Westinghouse El Ac Mfjil;.50
22,655
7% 1st preferred—
—.50

JAN.

Highest.

(Prices.

14 h Nov.
99
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

15
8

34

•

480 Wells Fargo Ac Co..........1

SINCE

Lowest.

Prices.

48

*

...

*

2134

50

100
100

234
2934
2034
9234
3834
1234 Nov.

95
Sale

12

469,830 Warren Bros
~.
»
10,605
Convertible preferred....*
65,000 Warren Fdry Ac Pipe....__.„*
14,500 Webster Eisenlohr..
Preferred
5,650
..100

4,670
115,850
40,300
1,000
72,100
199,300

Sale
Sale

21

Preferred

95

10

*

Preferred............
62,190 Warner-Quinlan

t

10534

7

50

7% preferred
U S Tobacco..

1034 Nov.

183

.....

100

2

Highest.

Prices.
Sale
Nov. 30
18
Nov. 27 20
Nov. 30
1834
Nov. 11
51
Nov. 20
734
Nov. 28 30
Nov.
6 110
Nov.
2
5
Nov. 20 1834
Nov. 10
234
Nov. 5 3034
Nov. 27
Nov. 30
Nov. 16
2
Nov. 23 37
Nov. 27
534
Nov. 30 36
Nov. 24
134
Nov. 24 2134
Nov. 30 2434
Nov. 30 99
Nov.
6
2

Sale

102
38
Sale

28

4,300 Walgreen preferred
...100
142,100 Walworth Co
*
28,310 Ward Baking class A.......*
Class B
135,900
*
25,250
7% preferred..........100

149,900
37,100
40,300

20

2134
*97

39
Sale

46,300 Va-Caro Chem
._...—*
17,400
7% prior pref
100
23,560
6% preferred.......
100
•5,790 Virginia Elec Ac Power 6% pf*
1,360 Virginia Iron, Coal & CokelOO
270
Preferred............
100
53,450 Vulcan Detinnlng
100
2.070
7% preferred
100
264,200 Waldorf System

,

334

5% Sale
36

8

36

23 34 Sale
101
102

100

United States Steel..

36^4

134

1013

*

1,502,500
140,340 Vadsco Sales Corp......._..*
6,100
Preferred..
100
6,928,100 Vanadium Corp of America.*
1,590 Van Raalte Co
.....—.*
4.315
7% 1st preferred.......100

7,180,900
18,200

11

40

A*
49

234

......

1st preferred..

1434

Sale

52

.......

8%

27

Sale
Sale
Sale
50
Sale

*

U S Smelt Ref AC Mg—

5

Sale

....100

U S Realty Ac Impt..
U S Rubber

5

1234
134
2934

.....

Universal Pipe At Rad Co..*

155,300 United Piece Dye Works... .*
3,195
Preferred..............100
177,900 United Stores A............*
Preferred
53,800
—*
62,000 Universal Leaf Tobacco....*
Preferred
1,370
...100
4,120 Universal PIct 1st ref....lO©
923,400 U S Pipe Ac Foundry.......20
1st preferred.............*
48,000
35,200 U S Dlstrlb Corp
*
Preferred
3,800
100
11,900 U S Express
100
101,200 U S Foreign Securities Corp.*
18,400
Preferred........
*
66,750 U S Freight
*
119,400 U S Gypsum Co.........—20
1,100
7% preferred
.......100
36,400 U S Hoffman Mach—...—.*
981,250 U S Indus Alchol
*
77,500 U S Leather v t c
*
Class A v t c
65,400
Prior preferred v t c
19,500
100

105

1434
134

65

*

United Gas Ac Impt Co
*
Preferred..
*
United Paperboard Co—100

13

100

15

16 34
44

—.....

......

Sale
118

6134

14,407,874 United Corp...........
*
Preferred
346,283
*
1,810 United Dyewood—....—.100

Preferred....

1534
1834

19
16

Sale

6% preferred...........100

Preferred.
United Electric Goal
United Fruit

16

20H Sale

348,400 United Cigar Stores........*

1,000
145,300
278,730
59,200
1,210
4.751,105
83,300
1,300

Lowest.
Sale

Sale
Sale

33
110
10

—100

490 United Business Publishers.*
523.400 United Carbon.—..—
...»
9,950

Nov. 30.

46
15

of Am......*

Preferred

2.

Ask.
8ale

25
23 34

...»

....

1,770

Nov.
Bid.

22

2ft

7,793,300 United Aircraft Ac Tr Corp—*
Preferred
71,500
50
11,700 United American Bosch Corp*
88,000 United Biscuit

RANGE

Jan. 2

1931.

Shares.

530

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price

N. Y. STOCK KXCBAITOS

353,600
700,500
183,000
212,500
18,600
17,008.050
277,180
16,700
170

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

6

78

55

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
June

19
24
28

26

534 Feb. 27
June 24

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON

1930.

5,483,335
100,153,085

Shares

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

13,348,200
206,389,425

2.

Jan.

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Jan. 1.

Nov.

1931.
INDUSTRIAL

Shares.

Shares.

AND

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

4X

—•
Steel common......-25
Wire Co ▼ t c
.....25

5,900

400

200
200

*

100
500
m

m.

5~200
100
800

1,000
'

mmm <■***«•

300

500 Alliance Investment

Oct.
4*$ Oct.
75*$ Oct.

14

Oct.

16

95
63

Vt Feb. 25
Nov. 12

10

4*$ Feb. 18

2
1 % Nov.
2
Nov. 4 slO
11*$ slO
3
2X Nov. 11
4

Sale

4

4*$

1*$

5*$

7X

8

12

—-

3

7

2X

6

7X
1

6w

8 *$

X

11
Sale
6

4

>*$

25~575
2,800

1,400

"""§95

:

474

""500

Sale

X
4*$

1
7

X

X
9X

12*

•9
1

7*$

X
4*$

7

"200
3,100
200
50

6,700
'■

-

"300
2,500
3,100
200
mm**

-

775
450

7.500

"""loo
35,883
400
50
"

5~200
5

7,300
■

m

^

^

—

10

10,800
1,800
325

ioo

: :,

50

225

.

25

"""loo

6,900

Amer Beverage

50

>17,400

4

Nov.

6

10

4X Nov. 23

3,300
—

—

—

14
6

4*$

81X Sale
79 X Sale
Sale

32

8*

18

31*$
Sale
33

1

25

»

66

75*1

1X
5

65 X

2

Sale
68

9

Nov. 27

92*$ Nov.
82
Nov.

30

Nov. 20

37

Nov.

v

t c..

pref

American Yrette Co com

Convertible

preferred

100

22,600

"1,100
850

20
*

20

12

•
*




Mar. 26

*$ Jan.
11

7

Mar. 26

4*$ Nov. 23
8

Feb.

2

X Feb.

Nov.

3

25

23

June

6*

July

14*1

31

X
14X

16

17

"X "l"
"X "lX

"X Sale"

Sale
Sale

X
X
X
53*$

Nov. 30
Nov. 19
Nov.
4
Nov. 18

55

"X ~"X
69

52

46

5
Nov. 12
Nov.

5

5

4

Nov. 27

70

Nov. 18
Nov. 18

80

X Nov. 27

Sale

7% Sale

1X

3-/

2

Sale
Sale

6*$
4*$

Sale

2X
_! X

4X

15

Sale
19*$
Sale

Nov. 30

4

_X

M

75

Oct.

2 109*$ Mar. 23

Oct.

1 *02

Oct.

3

Oct.

3

*

10

Sept. 2 2
Feb.

Mar. 19

15*$

4

Sept. 21
Sept. 25

4*$

5*$
.8

4

6
4

56

Nov.

4

69

Nov. 30

Oct.

4 *$

1*$

50

Sale
Sale

27*$
3X

35
Sale

™7/t

7

75

Nov. 19

4

53*$ Nov. 18
Sept.14

85

6*$ Nov. 30
Nov.
9

6

Nov. 12

*$ Nov. 24
Nov. 12

5

Nov. 25
Nov. 11
Nov.
9

3
2*$ Nov. 2
Sale
Nov. 11 n25
19*$ n25
2
1*$ Nov. 28
IX Sale

2X
13

Nov.

26

30

25

3*$ Sale
X Sale
18
Sale

Nov.

3

5
6

X Nov. 17

Nov.

5

3*$ Nov., 9
*$ Nov. 4

Mar. 12

4

Feb.

25

6*$ May 14
69
Sept. 12
30*$ Mar. 10
82

85

Oct.

5

1
30
28

X Oct.
Sept.
Aug.
1*$ Oct.
19
May
1
Sept.

6
28
30

Apr. 29
Nov. 27
5*$ June 11

X June 29

„,

11*$ Apr.I 6
12*$ Feb. J 4
3

17
28

20

44
30
28

20
20

19
14

10

14

48 X

15

10

50

48 X
20

VA

,

13

49
35

25

12

3H

"5

11

Sale
5 *$

20

Nov. 19
Nov. 17
Nov.' 4
Nov. 16

15*$
13*$
48*$
30*$

24*$ Oct.
1
2X Sept. 21
*$ Oct.
12

52

3*$ Nov. 20
3
Nov. 27

2X

X

4

"1"" Sale

"1*1 Sale"

X Nov.

X Nov. 19

X

X

Sale

3*$ Nov.20
3
Nov. 27

5

Nov.20

"I*$Nov." "2

7*$ Nov. 30
1*$ Nov. 6

7X Nov. 30

1

10 A
3X
8

7X Sale
1*$
15$

20
Sale

*$ Nov.

6

20*$

16

Sale
24

2X
6*$
30
4

14*$

3

7
14

Sale

X Nov.

5

6

7

14
65
2*$
3X
9X Sale

6*$
30

65

5

Nov. 10

.

Nov. 28
9*$ Nov. 30

3

Nov.

4

14*$ Nov.

2

4

2

Feb.

13

7*$ Feb. 26
2*$ Feb. 27

5

45
32
28

June 24

1

Nov. 18

Jan. 23
June 22
Jan.

5

50

Sept. 25

51

Feo.

24

29

June

6

19

Mar.

9

2*$ Feb. 25

4

18

Sept. 30

28

Mar.

3

June

2

Oct.

Mar. 16

July 20
3*$ Mar. 25

3

22

7

Feb.

20

X Oct.
6
10
Sept. 16
1
Jan.
6
24*$ Apr.
9
7*$ Jan. 12

5

Jan.

24

Oct.

175$ Mar. 30
5*$ Feb. 13

7

1*$ Oct.

30*$ Mar. 23
6
Apr. 13
24*$ Apr.
9
7*$ Jan. 17

6

7

June 2
*$ July
7
2 X Jan. 19
10
Sept. 9
2*$ Oct.
7
6
Aug. 14
50
Apr. 18
2 X Sept. 22

15

5 *$

Sale

X Sale

10

2

10

June 10

35*$ Mar. 19

10*$ Oct.
6
13*$*Nov. 17
40*$ Sept. 14
20
Sept. 29
28*$ June
8

Oct.

Jan.

5*$ Mar.
41

18

24

Mar. 27
-

23

Aug. 27
Jan. 23

16
7

20

10

5

3

Nov. 18

Nov. 18

18

18

5

Nov. 30

1

Sale

9
Nov. 19
Nov. 17
Nov
4
Nov. 16

Nov.

18

15*$
13*$
48*$
30*$

20

15

Feb.

Aug. 28
7*$ Feb. 26

10

42

26
10

2*$ Apr.
10

28

37

26

90

July 24
2
X Oct.
1-16 Aug. 19
1
4*$ Oct.
3*$ Sept.21

30

45

5

June
Jan.

1*$ Jan.
9
33*$ Mar 19
92
Feb. 20
7*$ Nov. 4

Nov. 30
Nov.

Mar. 26

30
29

Mar. 16

45

Nov. 27
1X Nov. 2

Nov.

Mar. 26
Mar. 26
Mar. 26

16?$ Mar. 6
17*$ Feb. 27

27

Nov. 27

17

70

Mar. 24

60
60
60
60

1

Oct.

2H

7

Mar. 24

92*$ Feb. 14

May 29
19

June

Nov.

X Nov. 23
5

5

25

IX Nov.
*$ Nov.

1

Jan.

30*$ Apr. 20

28

1

5

§11 Sale

6*$ Nov. 30

4H

6

30
9

9

Nov. 18
X Nov. 6
19*$ Nov. 14
70
Nov.
5
7*$ Nov. 4

*$ Nov. 24

X

5*$ Nov.

9

.*

Ex stock distribution......
50,700
1,000 Anglo Norwegian Holdings.*
100 Angus Co Del $4 pref A
*
700 Animal Trap Co of Amer com *
400 Apex Electrical Mfg...._...*
..._...*
30,300 Apponaug Co com
34,800 Arcturus Radio Tube com..*
14,400 Armstrong Cork com.......*

£6.

3

Mar. 10

Nov. 28 224

18

Nov. 18

18

18

'"!*$ Sale"

50

American shares
....
2,100
16,900 Anchor Post Fence com....*
*
53,600 Anglo-Chile Nitrate Corp

For footnotes see page

Mar. 26

X Mar.
92
95

25

17*$

100 Amoskeag Mfg common.....*
Amsterdam Trading Co

700

1*$ Feb. 28
9

175$

100

5
1,475 Amer Transformer common. *
Amer Utilities & Gen Corp—
cum

Feb. 31

13

66

Nov. 10

11*$ Nov.

Nov. 30

10

13,025 Amer Thread preferred

$3

6
5

Mar. 26

12

75

Sale

10

12

11

85

*

50
200 Amer Phoenix Corp,
900 Amer Pneumatic Serv com.25
*
800 Amer Potash & Chera

100

Nov. 28

75

77

j 30*$ Sale

*
3,275 American Meter Co
600 Amer Paper Goods Co com..5

etas'! B

May
X Jan.

30
23
24
12*$ Sept. 25

9

! 71X Sale

6X Sale

......

289,300

5X Nov.

Nov.

4

90

2,875 Amer Mfg Co common.....100
Preferred...
100
1,275

382,950

5

4*$ Sale

5

*$ June
12
Nov.
65
July
3*$ Oct.
1
Aug.

12*$ Nov. 12

Nov. 12

12

13

11

15

*

.........

Amer Maize Products com

Mar. 11

12

11

940 American Hardware.......25
com cl B—*
Amer Laund Mach com

2

4*$ Feb. 13
Apr. 13
19*$ Apr.
6
87
Apr.
4

1*$ Oct.
2
3
2*$ Nov. 11
54
Oct.
1
5X Oct. 23
*$ Nov. 24
4*$ Oct. 19
*$ June
6
75
Jan. 16
90
Apr. 30
3-16 Nov. 16
8*$ Sept. 28
4*$ Nov. 23
8
Feb.
2

*$ Nov. 13
Nov. 11

3-16Nov. 16

9*$ Nov. 20
4X Nov. 23

12

Nov. 27 nlO
9
Nov.
4

*
43,900 Amer Dept Stores Corp
825
7% 1st pref series A
_.100
100 Amer El Secur partic pref....
*
209,600 American Equities com
630 American Fork 8c Hoe com..*
*
168,500 Amer Founders Corp
6% 1st pref series D_..__50
600

192,500 Amer Investors
Warrants
42,600

6

5

6*$ Feb.

Nov. 4
Nov. 11

7X Nov. 7
*$N ov. 24
5
Nov. 27
% Nov. 27

4

X Nov. 24
4X Nov. 24
H Nov. 27

Warrants

650 Amer Hard Rubber Co..

11

13

Corp..._.._.*

American Corp common

10,750
3,700

Sale

59*$ Sale

2,300 Amer Cyanamid com class A.*;
Common cl B...........20
689,455

69,500

«•

149*$

106 H 107

100
180 American Book Co
11,100 Amer British 8c Contr Corp.*
3,100 Amer Capital Corp com cl A*
Common class B
._._.*
26,500
$5.50 prior preferred
•
8,200
$3 preferred..........._..*
3,900
12,425 American Cigar Co. com..100
Preferred.!
100
475

45,700
28,200

4H

4*$

...100
5,500 American Arch Co
*
66,600 Amer Austin Car Com
1,400 Amer Bakeries Corp class A.*
7% preferred
100
200

900 Amer Salamandra Corp

"200

12

*
18,600 Aluminum Ltd
100
6% cum preferred....
3,050
Series A warrants.........
5,347
Series B warrants
5,833
Series C warrants.........
2,638
Series D warrants
1,997
..*
11,900 Aluminum Goods Mfg
100 Aluminum Industries com..*
200 Aluminum Manufactures

"

Feb.

14*$ July

*

With stock pur warrants.*
8,100
3,000 Allied Int Inv $2 conv pref..*
25 Allied Kid J6*$ conv pref..*
*
25,600 Allied Mills Inc
1,400 Allied Motor Indus com....*
Allied Product conv A......*
8,400
*
249,068 Aluminum Co common..
Preferred..............100
32,950

"4"§66

Sept.

39

3

Allied Aviation Industries

"""866

10

9

15

Nov. 12
Nov. 17

3

Nov. 12

3

8

5

*
com

6*$ Nov. 12
18*$ Nov. 11
5
Nov. 28
86
Nov. 10

Nov. 20

32

*
1,200 Aero Supply Mfg class A
Class B._
5,200
*
20,100 Aero Underwriters Corp
85,100 Agfa Ansco Corp com
Preferred
100
3,325
17,944 Ainsworth Mfg Corp com...*
7,650 Air Investors Inc com t t c..*
Convertible preference...*
17,200
Warrants
3,000
50
800 Ala Gf Sou RR ordinary
Preference
50
80

200 Alles & Fisher Inc...

200

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Nov. 25
4*$ Nov. 28
85
Nov. 24

"4A Sale"

5,500 Alexander Industries.......*
5.300 All America General Corp.20

2,100

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

17

...

...

Highest
Sale Prices

6

9

5*$

7*$

6*$

500 Aeronautical Indus warr

~

1.

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale

2,600 Acme
100
1,800 Adams Mililt 7% 1st pf
1,400 Aeolian Co (The) 7% pref.100

625 Acme

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

2.

MISCELLANEOUS
Acetol Products, Inc. A

300
225
700

HANGE

Price

NEW YORK
In

-

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

AGGREGATE SALES.

November

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

1930.
$68,497,000
771,023,000

1931.
$64,414,000
893,875,000

Bond Sales.

1931.

Stock Sales.

,

Mar. 21

1*$ July 30
•3

Mar.

9

10

Sept.
145$ May

9
8

11

Mar. 10

72*$ Mar. 27
10
Apr.
6
26*$ Jan. 13

40

NEW

YORK

CURB

EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES.
PRICES IN

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

Price
Jan. 2
1931.

Shares.

INDUS. & MISC. (Con.) Par
30,600 Art Metal Works
com.......
550 Arundel Corp..

2,100

Bid.

5,100

70,700

American deposit recta—£
3,300 Associated Laundries
com.
400
Common v t c..
25,900 Associated
Rayon Corp com.*
40,900
4% Con? pre#
100
6,300
6% pre# ctfs of dep
100
16,500 Atlantic Coast Fisheries
*

300
mmm*

—

~

200
m

~

— — — m

200

20 Atlantic Coast
Line Co
Atlantic Fruit & Sugar

1,100

31,900
26,000
1,000
19,800
434.308
56,604

300

300

25,000
4,500
800

26,200
60,700
9,000
2,000
6,800
3,983

1,600
200

100
100
100

Atlantic Securities

3,500

2**

5

3X

4
5X

5k

s

8$

Sale

8

8X

Sale

10

12

2

4

3

11

1

5

37

39

2X Nov. 28

104

108

37X

55

3X Nov, 21
5

2

61

29

65

1*4

3

1

70
12

20"" "24"

...*

15*4

17

70

400
7% 1st pref
100
1,225 Borg-Warner Corp pref—100

95

51

54

30
20

Nov.

55
25
11

6

Nov. 28
Nov. 18

13

Nov.

6

2554 Nov.

5

45

6

9

8,800 Bower Roller Bearing

Jan.

May
Oct.

Nov. 27
Nov. 6

8** Feb. 16

X

3k

7

4X

**
4X

** Nov.
4** Nov.
854 Nov.

k

6**

200 Bowman-Bllt Hotels
com. 100
10
1st preferred
.........100

6

5* Nov.
Nov.
854 Nov.

Oct.

110

com....*
500 Bright Star Elec class
B
*
10,000 Brill Corp class A......
*
5,350
Class B
♦

9

IX

Oct.

Feb.

i

ik

54
*4
IX
**

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
7** Nov.

4

2

4

X

5

1

8
21

24 X

12

24**

Sale

IX Sale

IX

100

IX Sale
X Sale
7 k Sale
21
24**
12** Sale

2X

„

6,000 Brillo Mfg Co common
*
8,100
Class A
*
44,500 Brit-Amer Tob Ord bearer. £1
8,300
Amer dep receipts
reg
£1

ik

6
18
21

**
**
2**
5*

17

9

30

125* Nov. 30

lk Sale

1X Nov.

85,
26

Feb. 24

1654 Feb. 18
65* Feb. 27
38** Mar. 2

Oct.

104

May 29
96*4 Apr.
1

160

Aug. 20
May 7
1054 Mar. 3
17** Mar. 24

Nov.

Mar.
5
June 19
2*4 Feb. 24

June
Nov.

Sept. 28

Oct.

Feb. 24
Mar. 17
Nov.
9

Oct.
Jan.

Apr.
Sept.
Sept.

25* Nov. 16

21X

27

4

15K
2X

5

34K

35

18X

13**

15

3
35

21

1
15

30

X Sale
IX Sale

Sale
Sale

2354 Sept. 9
2454 Jan.
3
205* Jan. 27

X Oct.

25* Nov. 16

7
June 25

4

35
26

2154 May

14

2

3

Nov. 23

15** Nov. 20
2** Nov. 5
Nov. 21
** Nov. 5
2 k Nov.
7
3*4 Nov. 18

IX Nov. 21
27

Nov. 21
** Nov. 5
15* Nov. 28
3
Nov. 28

"IX "lk

*

1

2154 May

4k

27

14

Nov. 23

31

1

Oct.
6
Nov. 21
** Nov.
5
1** June
2
2** Oct.
6

X

IX

2X

k

4

Sale
18 X

X

2*4

11X
3X

13
4
18**

IX Sale
18**

*

1

*

24

26

18

£1

....

7

12

3X
6
18** Sale
i

common...—*

100 Castle (A M) &
Co.........10
100 CeCo Mfg Co Inc
*

15

280 Chic Burl &
Quincy RR..100
2,800 Chicago Nipple Mfg class A.50
100 Chicago Rivet & Mach
Co—*
2,520 Chllds Co preferred
100
Cities Service
common...

*

Preferred.
13,427
Preferred B
*
1,230
Preferred BB
._....*
5,700 City Machine & Tool com
*
City Savings Bank Co Ltd
400
Budapest—Amer shares...
1,200 City & Sub Homes Co
10
200 Clark (D L) Co
100 Clark Light conv A stock
800 Claude Neon Elec Prod-

90,600 Claude Neon Lights com
32,800 Cleveland Tractor com

30

3,300 Club Aluminum Utensil
200 Cockshutt Plow Co com
Cohn &

Rosenberger

20

49

7*4 Sale
654 Sale
IX Sale

6X
20

15*
3X
**

7k
21 h

Corp

200
Conv preferred
200 Compressed Indus Gases

12,600 Consolidated

19

4

Sale
k

6**




56

4

16** Nov. 11

7

25

60

6**

21

3** Nov. 11

40

36

15*
4
3k
4
3-16 Sale

14

175

130

7k
18**

80

150

2

351

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

16

25

4954
2**
35-4
**

2

16

s6J* Nov. 27
135

Nov. 16
Nov. 18
Nov. 19
Nov. 4
Nov. 5

654 Nov.

*

Oct.

7X Sale

7

Sale

565* Sale
...

...

10**

Nov. 28
Nov. 13
6** Nov. 30

Nov. 28
7454 Nov. 23
85* Nov. 9

5354.Nov. 5
45* Nov. 16

54

Nov. 19

3

Feb. 24

32

Jan.

Jan.

8

3

3** Nov. 11
25
36
2

3]

Nov. 16
Nov. 16
Nov. 19
Oct.

IX

8H

4k

3

5

10

V/s

Sale

—

Sale
-

3k
3

3-16
19
15
15

Sale
Sale
22
17 X

pf.*

X

-

10
5
6

3-16
13
10

6**

5

20

1

Nov.

Oct.
Oct.

15

3
9
June 29!
8** Oct.
9|
** Apr.
7
10** Oct.
1
IX Nov. 24

1-16
9

454
5

4X

3

Nov. 30

3

Nov. 30

3

6

Nov.

6

Nov.

6

1**
5

8**
**
13**
6
Sale

1

** Nov.

2

** Nov.

9

14** Nov. 14
6
Nov. 25
454 Nov. 27

2

9

15

Nov.
9
6** Nov. 11
6** Nov. 7

20

Jan.

8

Nov.
108
Jan.
2054 Feb.
8454 Feb.
Mar.
72** Mar.

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.

2

5

Mar. 14

3

39** June

25* Nov. 5
3X Nov. 12

Jan.

8** Feb. 10
454 Mar. 31

197

7** Apr.

IX Nov. 24
3X Nov. 19

8

11** Feb. 19
24** Apr. 21

Oct.

Nov.

Sept.21

1454 June

3
a

6

Sale

3

12

65
July 15
81*4 July 31

6

65* Oct.
15
135

Jan.

3** Nov. 11

Nov. 16

Nov. 19

10**
46

7

11

15** June 12

585* Nov. 16
5** Nov. 19

54

Sale

21
17

25

5* May
15 X

14
24

21
4
9

14** May 19

6

Nov. 12 135** Nov. 12

70

*

com *

3X Oct.

3** Nov. 11

16

19

3

..*

6
Nov. 30
Oct.
2
Nov.
2

5** Sept. 26
1-16 June 8
10** Sept. 29
5 k Sept. 21
4** Oct.
6
11
Apr. 29

14** June
3

22
23
22

14

6

17
24

3
25

May 20

405* Apr.
10
May
1154 Aug.
** Apr.
2054 Apr.
105* Feb.
105* Jan.

3*4
954
8**
**

28

Nov.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

22
9

14
7
15
24

8
6

30
10
11

3
9
5
24

16

19

100
.*

10 X

v t c_...._*

$3.50 preferred
500 Consol Cigar Corp warrants
41,900 Consol Dairy Products

see page

24
39

14
135

1

..*

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
16* Aug.
Mar.
26
Feb.
5

122 k Mar.
20
Apr.
12 ' Oct.
18

Apr. 10
July 14
Apr. 13

32

145* Nov.

*

Aircraft com..*

9,200 Cons Retail Stores Inc
2,900 Consol Theatres Ltd v

16

*

Consol Automatic

Merchandising

1254

70

Commonwealth Secur Inc...

Far footnotes

4

17
** May 11

-

"T*

Com _.*

Common vot trust ctfs
200 Columbus Auto Pts conv

67,600
4,200

Nov. 11
Nov. 16
Nov. 23

*

Colombia Syndicate
1
Colt's Patent Fire Arms
Mfg25
Columbia Pictures

30,900

,

18

12

10
7

Jan.

155* June 12
1X June 12

14**

200 Cleveland Un Stock Yards..*
100 Clinchfield Coal
common.._*

3,200
182,400
3,800
6,700

"

4

Nov. 11
Nov. 16
Nov.
9

..."

Celanese Corp of Amer—
4,685
7% 1st pdrtic pref
100
New 7% prior prefer red. 100
5,540
1,400 Celluloid Corp common.....*
65,500 Centrifugal Pipe Corp
*
85,133 Chain Stores Develop com..*

35,825 Chain Store Stocks Inc.....*
2,900 Charts Corp common
*

,

12

13

Am dep rets B ord
shares..

11,800 Carrier Corp

xl8
7

92** Jan.
3** Jan.

3k

shares..

5,974,700
77,000

17 H June
6X Apr.
xl2X Jan.

Feb.

25* Mar.

** Oct.

...

...._...*

Co common
Carreras Ltd
100
Am dep rets A ord

■

1** Nov. 24

2

Corp.25

A stk

11,800 Carnation

300

54 Nov.

....

June 25
June 16
1
Feb. 11

6*4 Apr. 11
40*4 Mar. 27

27

** May 11
Cable Radio Tube com v t
c_»
200 Camden Fire Insurance....5
200 Canada Bread Ltd com
*
900 Canada Cement Co com..100
500
6**% cum preference...100
500 Canadian Indus Alcohol A..*
50 Canadian Indus
7% pref..100
100 Capital Management
conv

Mar. 25

184^

June
Oct.

Nov. 6
Nov. 18
Nov. 14
Nov. 27
Nov. 9

Feb. 19
Mar. 27

80

June

35

pf*

common

B stock..

_

23** June

48,500

900

Feb. 25

July 16
Aug.
1
June 27

.

Sept.

*

9,700 Burco Inc com
11,300
6% pref with warrants..50
28,900
Warrants..
20,800 Burma Corp, Amer dep rets..
13,600 Butler Bros
30

2,500 Carmen & Co

Mar. 12
Mar. 10

Apr. 16

18]
30]
34]

5

Oct.

145* Nov. 19

6

15
21
28

19
5
13

19

Oct.

Jan.

71*4 Mar. 3
5
July 30

June

2

Sale

*

t c._*

3X

2

2k

2** Nov. 12

Sale"

** Nov. 17
5-16 Nov. 30

X Sale

*

com.*

15*

"~X Sale
4

Sale

W6

2** Nov. 12
3-16 Nov.

5

5* Nov.

2

Sale

3X
IX

5

3

2

39
Apr. 14
215* Feb. 16
2** Apr. 27

1-16 Mar. 31
14 Sept. 15
** Oct.
1

3 H Feb.

Sale

k

5

37** Jan.
19** Jan.

June

Mar.

9,000 Bridgeport Machine

14

6
Feb. 26
41 J* Feb.
9

Sept.

6
9
9

5

4

Feb.

16** Mar.

Jan.

X

5*

Mar.

16

Oct.

Apr.

»

100 Bucyrus Monighan class A
11,625 Bulova Watch Co $3.50 con

14*4 Mar.
854 Mar.
254 Mar. 19

4X Nov. 14

Nov.
4
Nov. 16
Nov. 6
Nov. 6
Nov. 6

Nov. 30
Nov. 18

50
100

45
104

93

65* Nov.

IX Nov. 27
23

15X

135* Feb.
37

80** Mar. 31
20** June 16

4** Nov. 14

Sale

Oct.
June

Apr. 16
11*4 Nov. 18
25
Sept. 24

95

IX Sale

Jan.

13

10
25

2
4
8
26
13
10
20

Mar.

11054 Mar.

50** Nov. 10
IX Sept. 19
8** Oct.
5

32

4X

8

Mar.
June

Sept.
34** May

IX Nov. 28
125* Nov. 4

4

Feb. 24
Mar. 27

60

55* Sept.

20

23

56
100

Nov.

**

54

IX Nov. 28
54 Nov. 27

3

6
3

5954 Apr. 14

Jan.

...

500 Buzza Clark Inc

10
3

*

com

60 Boston & Albany RR
100
1,800 Botany Cons Mills
com.....*
23,400 Bourjols Inc..
*

British Celanese—
32,200
American dep receipts
25 Brown Co
6% pref—.
600 Bruce (E L) Co

5
3
19

2

4X Sale

15**

95

12

12

70
12

23** Sale
6

50** Nov. 10
IX Nov. 28

24 k

2*4 Sale

75

ta
2

2

23

32
7

5

35* Sale
30 X Sale
10*4 15

1

10

1254
2554

24

65

lk
2X
12** Sale

2

12**

(E W) ft Co common...*

51

3

25
22

Nov. 3
Nov. 19
35X Nov. 30
56
Nov. 21

iH

13

15

4X

"l

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

10
3

41

54
3X

common..*

common

IX Nov.

IX Nov. 28
6X Nov. 7

Mar.
Jau.

May 20

Sept.

3** Nov. 21
6k Nov. 11
154 Nov. 9

4

5

Jan.
Mar.
Oct.

nh
3

3X
Sale

Nov.

34 X
54
22

34*

Prices.

P

»u Oct.
Oct.

2** Nov. 14

V

854 Feb. 24
41*4 Jan.
7

.254 Sept.
k Sept.

Nov. 4
Nov. 13

2X

com—...*

Manufacturing

5

Sale

Sept. 22
Aug. 31

25* Nov. 27

IX Sale

268,700 Blue Ridge Corp com
*
207,450
Opt 6% Conv pref
..50
8,000 Blumenthal (S) Be Co
com...*
3,100 Bohack (H C) Co com
*

90 Boss

Nov. 14

JAN.

Highest.

Prices.

3
34

4** Nov. 4
** Nov. 12

2X Nov. 27

3

5

Sale

56

3

2X

6% preferred.......—100

600 Blauner

2X

8**
UK
4X Sale

Automatic Voting Mach com *
Cons prior
participating..*
Aviation Securities Corp
*
Aviation Secur of New
Eng.*
Axton-Flsher Tob A com... 10
Babcock & Wilcox Co.....100

1S,950|B!1ss

3

Prices.
3** Nov. 5

l-16Nov. 23

.....

140)

2

SINCE

Lowest.

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 21

Sale

2X

100
Convertible preferred...
9,900 Blckford's Inc com
3,600!
$3.50 cum conv pre#—...»
9,645 Bigelow-Sanford
Carpet
»

600

4**

""**

com..

Sale

2k

*

Warrants.........

51,628 Benef Indus Loan
4,100 Benson &
Hedges

3X

Highest.

Sale Prices.
3
Nov. 12

Sale

1
34

35*

*

Corp

3

454

$3 pre# with warr
Atlas Plywood
Atlas Utilities

3X

RANGE

Lowest.

Ask.

Sale

33

*

NOVEMBER.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

3X

c

**

300 Bastlan Blessing
Co........*
Baumann (Lud) & Co
415
Conv7% 1st pre#......100
6,400 Bellanca Aircraft v t c
*

100
100

Bid.

50

com

2.

454 Sale

500 Bancomlt
Corp common....*

«*<#•«*

Ask.

38

.....

Associated Elec Industries—

Nov.

9

Nov.

2i

IX Nov. 28

54 Nov.

27<

54 Nov. 27

46*4 Feb. 10
215* Feb.
1054 Jan.

16

*4 Jan.
1** Jan.

2
13
28

1

Oct.

2

9** May 13
4X Jan. 16
3

Aor.

22

NEW
AGGREGATE SALES.
In

November

Shares.

400

700

200

1,275
3,200

64,120

Convertible pref
100
500 Coon (W B) Co common.....*
19,800 Cooper Bessemer Corp com..*
7,200
S3 cum pref with warr....*

900

104,000
3,000
1,300
900

Continental Chic Corp com.*
Convertible preference...*

3.700 Cont'l Roll & Steel Fdry com •
Preferred series B
100
18,855

1,000

200

Pries
Jan. 2
1031.

INDUS, st misc. (Con.) Par
Continental Shares Inc—

7,900

mmmrnmrn

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares.

41

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

Copeland Products Inc
6,700
class A without warr
..*
2,258,100 Cord Corp
.....5
29,900 Corporation Sec of Chic....*
19«800 Corroon Ac Reynolds com...*
14,700
$6 Conv pref A...........*
...

Bid.
5

Ask.

Nov. 2.

0%
37

35
mm m mm

2%

2%
27

24

"7X Sale"
Sale

42

19
34

23
Sale

Lowest.

Ask.

«?^

21
10

mm mm*

5

J**

26
15
Sale

4% Sale
4

4

12

3
10

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

18

4

3X Nov. 11

9% Nov. 11
5
Nov. 30

9X Nov. 11

2% Nov.

Nov. 30

4

3% Nov.
9% Nov.

4
43

Sale
Sale

7

6X
IX

14%

Sale
7)
2

17

6

Sale
Sale

2

Sale

7

13% Sale

6
5

Nov. 20
Nov. 20

11

5H Sale
14 H Sale

1.

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

JAN.

6

5% Nov. 20
151 Nov. 27
Nov. 27

13

2X Oct. 30
Oct.

24
Nov. 11
Nov. 11

11
11

3% Nov.

7

Nov. 21

12

13
Nov. 16
9% Nov. 9
0% Nov. 5

2X Nov.

9

Nov.

9

18

3

856 Sept. 14

1054 Feb. 26
37 k Feb.
3
2156 June 10

5

Nov. 30

51

Jan.

14

4

Nov. 30

5456 Jan.

9

15

Jan.

8
7

22
2354 Feb. 24

1

3654 Jan. 30

June 19

2354 July 22

7
June
256 Oct.
854 Oct.
8

456 Oct.

6

15

Oct.

5

22

5

156 Sept. 30
13
Nov. 27

Apr.

6
Feb. 11
3

656 Mar.
5156 Jan.

2

Courtaulds Ltd.....

.31
Am dep rets for ord stk req
200 Crane Co com
........35

200

5,300

......

75

mrnmmmm

3,300

'mrnmmmm

800

Preferred

.............

7% Nov. 14
20
100

15

100

85

7% Nov. 14

19

16

Wheeler Rlec Mfg..*
Crosse Ac Blackwell—

7 H Sale

88

1,000
$3.50 Preferred
1,500 Crowley Mllner Ac Co com...*
33.920 Crown Cork Internet cl A..*

Sale

5

Nov. 28

"6k "Nov.* "9

12

0%

5

5

17
Sale

2

Nov. 25

'"2k"No"v."l2

1-16 Nov. 12

119,200 Crocker

3-32 Nov. 12

18k Nov.""7

Oct.

6

5

Mar. 24
3456 Apr. 28 35
June
1
Sept. 9 107
5
Oct.
1 1456 Mar. 12

103k

2356 July 30
15

12

~7H Sale"

2X

2

2

856 Apr. 14

15

Aug. 10

25
19

Apr. 27
June 24

5

856 Mar. 12

27% Apr. 22
1-16 Sept.
4
2
Sept. 23

3954 Mar. 23

154 Oct.

Crown Zellerbach Corp

475

"2", 000

69,900

$6 conv pref A

400
200

mmmmmm

mmmmmm

mmmmmm

Curtiss-Reid

400

•

200

31",200
21,500

500

25%

29

24
Sale
10

16
70
5

1

2

17

4

Sale

X

4

15

Nov. 27

Sale

16
70

70

Nov.

2

Nov.

70

2

6

6,500

Nov. 27

Sept. 30
July 30

4

Jan.

7

5
July 30
1954 Aug. 20

2
2

2

Nov. 6
Jan. 23

4

Jan.
154 June
1

2%
X

k

656 Jan. 2i
365% Mar. 27
90
Apr.
9

Mar.

256 Jan.

9
8

Aircraft—*

Pref with warrants......30

Davenoort

15
70
5

1756 J«ly 20

"I

Sale

...

10

10

Nov.

1

6

Nov.

6

3-16 Nov.

6

1

Hosiery.........*

100 Davis Drug Stores com......*
100
Convertible preferred....*

496,320 Dayton Airplane Engine....*
3,300 Decca Record Amer shares. £1
230,907 Deere Ac Co com
.....100
824,800 De Forest Radio v t c._.....*

1
5

185,500 Curtiss Wright warrants....

mmmmmm

■

*

100 Curtiss-Wright Export com.*

mmmmmrn

30,370

com v t C

7,800 Cuneo Press com..
10
2,050
6%% pref with warr
100
200 Curtis Lighting Co
*
8,700 Curtis Mfg Co class A......*
2,200 Curt is s Airports v t C.......*
500 Curtiss Flying Service Inc..*

•.WW**..

3,100

*

......

Cuban Cane Products warr..

900 Cuban Tobacco

mmmmmm

)4 Sale
12 H Sale

X

3-16
19

16

X Sale

13%

15X

X Nov.

7

14% Nov. 28

Nov. 28

15

56 Sept.

1256 Jan.

2

Apr. 16

5

Jan.

23

56 Mar. 24

4
19

Aug. 18

Apr. 10

"2M Sale'

Sale

% Sale

~~M~Nov."~2

% Nov.

36H Sale"
1H Sale

15

Sale

2

Sale

14*" Sale' '12k Nov."28 22k Nov.""7
1% Sale

1% Nov. 30

Nov.

2

2

Mar. 26
Jan. 16
Oct
31
Feb. 26
Mar. 25

Oct.

2

1

Apr. 10

Mar. 26

14

July 29
856 Oct.
6
156 Oct.
6

44!
8]

De Haviland Aircraft Co-

1,300

'""266
13,600
mmmmmm

mmmmmm

7,900
312,715 Detroit Aircraft Corp.......*
1,700 Detroit Gasket Ac Mfg com..*
100 De Vilblss Co 7% pref
10

4

5

4

2

"Hi Sale"

2

9

Am dep rets ord reg
£1
Deisel-Wemmer-Gilbert com *

8

4

9%

Nov. 10

Nov. 10

8

X Sale

X Sale

Nov.

X Nov. 30

2

100 Diamond Shoe Corp com...*
370 Dictaphone Corp com......*

mmmmmm

356 Feb. 14
754 Oct. 27
54 Nov. 30
1854 Mar. 23
856 June
4
24k Feb. 21

.

Apr.

2456 Feb. 21
Apr. 28

May 22

18

_

17
Mar. 20
3 56 Mar. 2
1954 Mar. 11
856 June 4
23

19

8

Dinkier Hotels

900

Class A with warrants....*

540 Dixon (Jos) Crucible Go. .100

mmmmmm

'5,733

15,933

"""lOO

1,000

80

40

350
2,100

100

200
200

110
5

100
3

3%

639.900 Durant Motors Inc..
....*
300 Durant Motors of Can.....10
Durham Duplex Razor—
2,500
$4 prior pref with warr...*
600 Durham Hosiery com cl B—*
20,700 Duval Texas Sulphur
.*
'

21,600
1,500

"Nov.

3%

9

'2""N^.fS2

Sale

2

Sale

33

....100

Preferred.......

456 Oct.
Sept,
256 Sept,
48
Apr.
156 Sept,

100

127

80

3% Nov.

6

2

2

Mar.

7
30

26 132

Jan.

14
10
18

Mar. 3
Feb. 14

30%

12

Eastern Util Invest class A.*

2H

20

X

Sale

1 %

Sale

1

Sale

16

10

2)4

9

Sale

Sale
Sale

"2

27

38
Sale

10

1

9%

2%

1

"

Nov.

2
% Nov. 20

Nov.

12

23

IX

Edison Bros Stores com.....*

2

"Ik"Nov."

6

Nov. 23
Nov.

12

7

"lk Nov.' 13
IX Nov. 10

Nov.

12

6

X Nov. 30

% Sale

1

Nov. 7
Nov. 16

38
Nov. 28 104
Nov. 23 30
Nov .30

33

103
32
30
10 X
10

Sale

24 H Sale

Nov.

% Nov. j.4

Nov. 25

1
Nov. 25
7% Nov. 4

1

7X Nov. 16

Sept, 16

A*
A*

May

27

Dominion Steel Ac Coal cl B_*

1,550 Draper Corp...............*
23,900 Driver Harris Co common..10
220
7% preferred...........100
43,100 Dubilier Condenser Corp...*

mrnrnmmm

600

0%

250 Douglas (W L) Shoe 7% pf 100
15.250 Dow Chemical Co com......*

"i',750

1,400
46.500

6

Doehler Die-Casting........*
125 Dominion Bridge Co Ltd....*

Mar.

5

33

Nov. 30

51

Jan.

6

5

Feb. 24 105
Apr. 14
30
Nov. 23 4656 Apr. 13,
1
Feb. 20
756 Oct.
Jan.
72
7
Apr. 18 80
6
6
156 Oct.
Apr. 27
56 Sept, 21
354 Mar. 26
954 Mar. 9
856 Apr. 13

102

956 Oct. 24
56 Sept. 19
X Oct.
7

6

Oct. 16
Feb. 25

17

Nov. 27

1

21

Feb.

6

54 Jan. 19
Jan. 27

3k
7

Jan.

1054 Aug.

29
3

Educational Pictures Inc 8%

125

4,200

3,500

106,300

7,400
13,600
200

1,000
700

114,000
200,600
1,400
65.600
12,800

*1,000

300

500

"i",66o
100

"""800
600
100

"""200
300

1,300
100
900
...—

*13"" Sale'

*

Class A

9

67

^

mm

m

1,300
300

18,000
300

29,900
1,000
600
400

1,800

2,900
13,400
500
>

mrnmmmm

mrnmmmm

2

Sale

25

3

8

Sale

Sale

""0%

70

57

30%

Sale
60

33%

12,300
12,900
45,800
1,900
3,780
13,500
1,300
17,100
2,800
6,200

Federated Capital

%
.

6
■

3'

8

2% Nov.

2

125* Nov.

7

12

7

Nov.

1% Nov. 28
7 k Nov.
5
Nov. 5
Nov. 27 *57

IX Nov. 27
6
Nov. 27

5

52

Sale

"8" "Nov ."28

3)4 Sale
23

19

20

35*

"k

Nov. 21
Nov.

3

20

4%

3%

22%
3%

556 Oct.

,

Fageol Motors Co com

10

Fairchild Aviation class A..*

Fairy Aviation Amer shares..
Fajardo Sugar...........100
Fandango Corp com.....
Fanny Farmer Candy Shops.

30

Sale

Nov.

2

3

20

Nov.

5

21

'23*

"26"

X
X
1% Sale
22

" Sale

16

2

Nov. 16

2%
3%

A.....*

Fiat Amer dep rets..........
Film Inspection Machine...*

Finance Co of Amer

com

1

16"

2,550

Sale

2%

4

3

6

3% Nov. 5
1% Nov. 10

5

113

IX

10

.....

Nov.

9

156 Nov. 10
Nov. 23

1

1156 Nov. 6
7% Nov. 16
Nov. 20

19

0% Nov. 13

10

x

2%

10*6 Nov. 28

1056 Nov. 28

100

5,600 Fischman (I) & Son class A.*
13,600 Fllntkote Co class A........*
6,900 Foltis-Fiacher Inc com.....*
222,700 Ford Motor of Canada cl A..*
Class B
5,150
__*
Ford Motor Co, Ltd,
Amer dep rets. .Ord reg £1
1,178,610
18,200 Ford of France Am dep rets
60,943 Foremost Dairy Prod com...*
Conv preference.........*
10,650
69,800 Foremost Fabrics Corp.....*
Foundation Co foreign shs
class A..................*
45,800
255,400 Fox Theatres class A com...*
8,000 Franklin (H H) Mfg com
*
75
7% preferred...
....100
750 Franklin Ry Supply Co.....*
2,305 Gamewell Co 6% pref.....100




5
Nov. 20
Nov.
5

6

A
7

Nov. 23
Nov.
6
Nov.

7
19

OX Sale

6

Fire Assn of Philadelphia.. 10

For footnotes aee page 56.

35-

7X Sale

2

A..*

Nov.

1

5%

4

Nov."~6

"§

5%

7H

1

X Nov.

4

4%

li"

2

Nov.36 26"" Nov.""6

22

4X

18

10%

IX Nov.

3

3

""4% ~~4%
IX
1%
13% Sale
25

Sale

15

Sale

8% Sale

1

Sale

4% Sale
1

2

10*6 Sale
19M Sale

4k

Nov. 28
IX Nov. 28
9% Nov. 30
1956 Nov. 30

Sale

IX

4

4

4%

iff

4%
5

Sale
OX

OX Sale

'

X

X Nov. 4
% Nov. 30
X Nov. 25

X Sale

aV/s

2

Nov. 30
4% Nov. 19
6

1

..

5-16

2% Sale
% Sale

Sale
3

2

3

Nov. 28

8

42,
June 15
656 Mar. 23
2654 Feb. 19
22k Feb. 26
2256 Feb. 26
554 May
1
18
Mar. 21
8856 Feb. 25
10
May 25
1856 Mar. 31

3354 Feb. 16
31X Jan. 14
254 Mar. 20
3
Nov.
21 16
Mar. 11
X Jan. 22
1-16 Oct. 15,
7
Feb.
4
656 Feb.
4
356 Jan.
2
54 June
5
Jan. 28
16
Oct.
a 25
10
Feb. 10
356 Oct.

June 19

56 Oct.

Nov.
5
X Nov. 30
2k Nov. 5
2

4% Nov.
lk Nov.
1656 Nov.

5
4
9
Nov. 12

25

8% Nov.
5X Nov.
X Nov.

Nov. 11

1

X Nov.

9

Nov. 24

3

IX Nov.
2

7
7
2

k

2

Nov. 13

3

54 Jan.
5
54 Sept. 11

5-16 Nov. 24

13

8

Federal Bake Shops com....*
700 Federal Mogul Corp....... *

Corp.....5
6% cum preferred.......25
Federated Metals Corp.....*
Ferro Enameling class A....*

X Nov. 10
1% Nov. 30

X Nov.

Fansteel Products Inc......*
Feddera Mfg Co class

Sale

1]

1

156 Oct.
8
Oct.
6
495% Sept. 30
8
May 20

3k

20

k"Nov. 21

9

20*1

Feb. 10
Oct.
1

3154 Jan. 23

18% 30
185%
35
X Sale

Sale

Nov."l6

9

156 Sept. 25
25
6

Fabrics Finishing com......*

6,400
1,100
9,600
2,900
24,900
1,800
800

"1% Sale'

Nov. 23
Nov. 20

8

51

Class B common..........*

104,600 Empire Corporation com....*
Cum conv pref...........*
1,200
4,800
Warrants
300 Empire Fire Insurance....10
30,200 Empire Steel Corp com.....*
6,900 Employers Re-insurance... 10
3.500 Ex-Cell-O Aircraft Ac Topi..*

Nov. 16

18

15

8

Emerson's Bromo-Seltxer—
Class A non-vot com......*

200 Firemen's Fund Insur
—

Sale

10% Sale
9% Sale

12% Sale

500 Financial Invest Co of N Y.10

'""165

2%
7X

Elec Prod of Colo com......*
Elec Shareholdings com....*

300
300

•mmmmmm

Elec Pow Associates com....*

Nov. 27
1% Nov. 25

17

4H Sale

$0 cum pref with warrants*
400 Electrographlc Corp com...*
555 Elgin National Watch Co. .25

"""375

300
100

pref with com pur warr.lOo
Eisler Electric com.........*

300 Elec Household Utilities...10

mmmmmm

156
256
20
56
954

Nov; 30
June
1
Oct.
June

5
5

May
lk Oct.
2
Sept.
156 Oct.
6,
Apr.
1
Sept.
1156 Oct.

29
2
29
2
24
18
27

7
15

15

Oct.

July 16
554 Oct. 30
56 July 30
9
Sept. 17

56
1056
8856
56

Sept. 21
Nov. 28

Mar. 7
Oct. 16
4
Sept. 9
156 Nov. 28
856 Oct.
6
19 k Nov. 30
5 % Sept. 21
454 Oct.
6

54 July

27
56 Sept. 11
54 June 16

2J6 Mar. 18
lk Jan. 10
5

Mar. 23

354 Aug.
42

Jan.

5
8

56* Jan. 30
1554 Feb. 19
1156 Feo. 24
656 Apr.
6
454 Mar. 6
8
5

Jan.
Feb.

o

13

15

Apr. 15
1054 Jan. 21

43

Feb.

9

1356 Mar. 3
156 Jan. 13
11
May 13
Feb.
3
Mar. 25
6
8
Mar. 25
12
Mar. 23
3
Jan. 28
2954 Mar. 21
6254 Feb. 16
1

24

8856 Mar.

1956 Jan. 26
1056 Mar. 5
356 Jan.
8
4

Jan.

5

656 Mar. 20

5
Feb. 27
6
656 Jan. 23
54 Nov. 30
156 Oct.
6
756 Feb. 21
Feb.
4
34 Feb.
4 34
40
July 27 48
Apr. 27
84
8ept. 19 10154 Sept. 19

154 Oct.

42

NEW

AGGREGATE

YORK

SALES.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
November

Jan.

INDUS. 8c MISC. (Con.) Par
7,200 Garlock Packing Co com....*
18,000 General Alloya Co
•

20C

145,700 General Aviation Corp com *
5,700 General Cable warrants...
1,800 General Capital Corp com.

3.70C
300

Bid

Nov.

Ask

14%

Bid.

7

16

Nov. 30.

2.

Am

100

11,400 Gen Fireprooflng com.....*
22,400 Gen Laundry Mach com....*
18,300 General Leather Co com «..*

100

200 General Parts Corp com...
600
Convertible pref

......

Lowest.

Sale Prices.
10
Nov. 7

900 General Rayon A stock
71 General Silk 1st pref

6H

1H
2%

IX

2
3X

IX Nov. 24

2
Sale

3

2334 Nov. 19

9

Oct.

6

1

Sept.

7

2 34 Sept. 21
34 Sept. 29

Nov. 12

2334 Nov. 19

1834 Mar. 21
1034 Feb. 26
12
Mar. 26
334 Feb. 24
37
Mar. 6
1834 June 15

1X Nov.
334 Nov.

2% Nov. 20

24

10 X
14

Sale
17
25

24

X

8X Sale
12 X Sale
10

9

13X

14

11

12X

14X

7% Nov. 24
1234 Nov. 24
10

10

Nov.

9

8X Nov.

7
7
9

Nov.
Nov.

10

3

1X Nov. 25

5

100

Gen Theatres E*iuip Inc
$3 cum conv pref
...*
120 Gen Tire St Rubber Co com 25
50
4% cum preferred A
8,900 Gerrard (S A) Co com
.»

100

1,200 Gilbert (A C) Co
1,500
Preferred.

.

—

.

.

...

m m ^

m

24

Sale

Sale

IX Sale

Nov. 30

134 Nov.

9

6X
6

•

com

10

IX

10

33X

34%

3

1

i

8
35

30

134 Nov. 28

30

35

134 Nov. 28

66,989 Glen Alden Coal Co
•
67,100 Globe Underwriters Exch._*

4,589

4,300

Nov. 24

30

Nov. 24

56

58

28 X

Sale
Sale

5X

25 X

Sale

2534 Nov. 17

Sale

5

5

Nov. 14

3034 Nov. 10
534 Nov. 2

400
..

Class B

400

..

.

»

2X

8

2X

4,400

8

rorham

600

5,000

<3

.

cum

pref with warr....*

Gramaphone Columbia
Graphophone new co
Gramophone Co Ltd

834 Nov. 12

Sale

X

Sale

234 Nov. 28
34 Nov. 10

X

22

11%

15
12

22

17 M
10

IX
3
10 X Sale
13

13

14

Sale

%

16

IX

7-16 Sale

X

Sale

10

Nov.

9

1434 Nov. 17
% Nov. 4

1134 Nov. 25
16

Nov.

9

9-16 Nov. 19

w

200

1,100

560
mmm

*

24

3,500
2,000

4

Nov. 12

3
Sept. 30
10
Oct.
6
14
Oct. 10
3-16 Sept. 18

100

Law inc

5,600

20

17

18
58

Nov. 25
Nov. 19

120"" 121"
172

Sale

12034 121% 120
172
Sale

20
58

Nov.

4

Nov.

2 189

Nov.

7
Nov. 19

"""500

_*

12234 Nov. 12
Nov. 10

20
6

10

27

%

"17500
m

m

m m m

3^

100 Hart Carter Co

July

8

Jan.

23

Oct.

Mar. 24

56

June

21

Nov. 12

Oct.

Apr.

1

June

Feb.
Fob.

16
18

26

3

3,000 Hartman Tobacco Co

100
100
670

500

'

13

10

17

9834 July
1
1954 July 22
7
Jan.
2

1934 July 22
5
Sept. 9
%

a4X

1

34 Oct.

Sale

X
IX
X

8

IK
IX
2X

134
X

2
Sale

Nov.

2

8

Nov.

2

134 Nov. 10
34 Nov. 25

234 Nov. 6
34 Nov. 30

5

Nov. 27

5

100

5%

.

13X
.3X

7

%

%

X

10

14

334

Sale

1

X

X

34
1

10

X

Nov. 27

10

Nov. 21

1034 Nov. 21

434

q234

Sale

Nov.

34 Nov. 12

2

10

34

Nov. 24

Nov. 24

3

Sale
Sale

14X
IX

15X
2X

8

20

8

1

IX
10

734
34
734

834

100

1,300

com

Horn (A C) Co com

470

50
...*

Preferred

4,000
5,300

4,200

1,150
7% preferred
43,900 Hydro-Elec Secur

....

.

Jan.

Jan.

10

Oct.

Feb. 26

134 Sept. 25
34 Sept. 21
5
Apr.v29
34 Jan. 30

1
10

Feb.

43

Nov.

7

1

Nov.

7

8

Nov. 20

X Nov. 17
734 Nov. 28

11
2

Oct.

1

34 Sept. 23

1834 July
834 Mar.
25
Apr.
40
July
4234 June

12
14

31
19
20
27
24

234 Jan.
7
May 14
Apr. 29
134 Jan.
9

2

5

60

Feb.

43

Nov.

11
2

2334 Feb. 11
334 Feo. 10

12

20X
3X

30X

21

2534

21

Nov.

6

21

Nov.

6

6

2X
10J4
35

355*

IX'

JX

10

5

20

2

30X

'32X

134
5

2
12

2834

Sale

Nov. 10

5

2834 Nov. 30

5

32

Nov. 10
Nov.
7

Jan.

28

Feb.

28

13
17
70

2534 Jan.

10

3234 Mar. 23

734 Nov. 28

1834 Oct.
734 Sept.
1354 Oct.
6
Sept.
25
Aug.
154 Oct.
5

'22X ~24~X

3X

3

50 X

40

3

Sale

4,200 Hygrade Sylvania Corp.

10 X
4

Sale
Sale

Sale

334
5034

10

Sale

334
27

334
28

3

40

834 Nov. 27
3

Nov. 17

27

Nov. 21

11

Nov.

9

4

Nov.

2

3034 Nov.

6

7

20

Feb.

7

Feb.

28

3

Mar. 27

Jan.

27

Sept. 24
2834 Jan. 22
434 Jan. 19

Oct.

Jan.

Jan.

3234 June

1034 Jan. 23
4334 Mar-19
May 29

2034 Oct.
100
Jan.
12

5

3
40

3X

29

*

71,900 Hygrade Food Prod com....*

18

70

..100

com

26

15

7

.100

Houdaille Hershey Corp—
Convertible pref cl A
1,700
.*
7,300 Huyler's Co of Del coin
•
......

27

Feb.

14
20

2

2

*
♦

500
7% 1st preferred
8,400 Horn 8c Hardart com

Jan.

Mar. 10

21

9

43

Nov.
Nov.

*

200 Hormel(GeoA) & Co

2

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

2

43
8

150 Heywood Wakefield com..100
7% 1st pref
25
100
Second preferred...
75
..100

6,250

4

22

Jan.

234 Oct.
6
24% June
3
40
July 27

1

.

4% Aug. 31
Apr.
7
34 July 14
634 Mar. 26

20

5

60

43

12

..*

50 Iiorder's Inc
mm

......

2

July 14
Oct.
1
Nov, 25
Feb.
4
34 Nov. 13

34
134
34
16 34

30

5,800 Hires (Chas E) class A com..*
900 Holophane Co common*
*
900 Holt (Henry) & Co partic A 20
"

...

.

1

Nov.

8

34 Nov. 13

...

mmrm mmm.

28

Feb.
Jan.

15

.........

......

14

Feb.

9

34 Nov. 13

13

19,870 Hazeltlne Corp
19,100 Helena Rubinstein com
5,000 Heyden Chemical Co

800

Sept. 30

Jan.

97

20

80 Hart Schaffner 8c Marx...100
100 Hazel-Atlas Glass Co
25

mmmmm.

Mar. 12

6

9

3% Sale
IX
5
17

4

Oct.

97

5

*

Feb.

11634
160

9

pref..

conv

Mar. 17

99

8

1,700 Hammond\Clock com......
Handley-Pdge Ltd
Am dep rets partic pref
1,600
56,000 Happiness Candy St cl A...*

.

5

1234 Mar. 23

1434

2

2%

150 Hamilton Woolen Co......

"

Feb. 26

54 Jan*

July

19

5

com

5,200 Hachmelster-Lind Co
3,700 Hall (C M) Lamp Co
....*
600 Hambleton Corp S3 pref

m

3
Sept. 30
2334 Jau. 27
23

2234 Feb.
25
Apr.

173 X

200 Hablrshaw Cable & Wire..

.....

4
6

8

3

Guenther (Rudolph) Russell

V

Feb. 21

June
Feb.

1134 Mar. 25
154 Feb. 26

234 Sept. 21
34 Oct.
1

434 Nov. 12

0% Sale

Common

2,100 Ground Gripper Shoe com
*
2,400 Guardian Fire Assurance..10
3,550 Guardian Investors com
._*

100

20

Sale

9
12X
96^ 100

97 preferred with warrants*
750
300 Griffith (D W) Inc class A.
45,900 Grocery Stores Prod v t c. _*

......

17

6

3X

4X

Sale

500 Greyhound (The) Corp com. *
Grier (S M) Stores Inc—

""650

3X

65^ Sale
118
170

600 Greenfield Tap & Die com..*
650 Grelf (L) 8c Bros Inc com...*
400
7% preferred.
100
100 Grelf Bros Cooperage class A.

.....

July 20

434 May 11
19

June

7
Sale

200 Great Lakes Engineering..10
2,800 Great Northern Paper Co. .25

2,900

11

634 June
3

12,310
Non-voting common stock *
1,000 Gr Lakes Dredge 8c Dock

.

Jan.

Apr. 23

17
22

1

7

£1

4,575 Gray Tel Pay Station com...*
5,020 Gt Atl & Pac Tea 1st pref.100

100
610

10
8

534 Jan.

12 34 Mar. 23

dep rets for ord reg
Certificates of deposit.
1,500 Grand Rapids Varnish..,
27,800 Graymur Corp

10

Mar. 12
Feb.
3

60
9

Nov.

Oct.

700

.

Feb.

23

Jan.

434 Nov. 11
% Nov. 16

2

3?*

8

Am

30,800

mm

*

13,700,Gotham Knltbac Mach.....*
100

..

734 Apr.

Nov.

5

Mar. 11

85

May

30

7

Mar.

102

2234 Feb.
34 Sept.
24
Sept.

Inc

Common class A

2,110

3,800

3

5X Sale
X
1

400
300

3134 Feb. 16

34 Nov.
76 34 Aug.
8434 Mar.
134 Nov.

15

1,257,787
116,350

131,287
1,500

.

Nov. 21

5,400

...

18

1034 June 27
334 Aug. 28
1734 Feb. 19

8

250

700

27

6

30

100 Gladding McBean & Go
*
23,500 Gleaner Comb Harvester...*

m

Feb.
June

534 Jan. 20
3034 Mar. 11

...

1134 Feb. 16
18
Mar. 2
Jan.
9
34 Jan.
3
634 June 20
53? Feb. 27
13
Feb. 27
434 June 25
534 Jan. 20
36
Mar. 10
25

1134 Mar. 10
2

100

.

Oct.

34 July 30
134 Oct.

134 Nov. 25

*

567,800

18,400

4

Sale
IX

22

Sept. 21
12 34 Nov. 24

200 General Stockyards com....*

.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

1834 June 15

5
Sale

,4%

(Germany)—
dep rets for reg shares

General Elec Co of Great Brit
American dep receipts
107,350
£1
36,000 General Empire Corp
....*

5,200
2,200

1.

Sale Prices.

Highest.

Sale Prices.
9
Nov.
6

14

9

10

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

General Electric

100

JAN.

SINCE

2

1931.

Shares.

Shares.
60C

RANGE

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

In

EXCHANGE

CURB

104
10

18

Mar. 11
28

May
9
Sept. 10

5034 Feb.

Oct.

30

5

234 Sept. 21
27
Nov. 21

4

Jan.

Feb.

6 34

Apr.
3034 Nov.

9
27

8

6

Imperial Chem Industries Ltd

"""400
900
.

Amer dep rets ord sha reg £1
3,600
5,000 Imperial Tobacco of Can...5
15,425 Imp Tob of Gt Brit 8c Irel._£l

......

6,700
850

3,700
10,000
......

22,892
1,550
106,010
2,950
43,900
89,200
9,500

600
400
......

200

Indus Finance

7%

734 Nov. 12
1434 Nov. 20

86 2d pref with warrants.*
10

Insurance Securities Co

10

Intercoast Trading Com

•

Trains Am dep

5%

7X

4X

434

3X Nov. 13

334 Nov. 13

29 X

71

Sale
76

48 X

52
6% Sale
6
Sale

12X

Sale

46

Sale

39

X, Sale

334

Sale

1034
3434
3334
234

Sale
3934
Sale
Sale

934 Nov. 28

1434 Nov.
7
4834 Nov. 11

39

Nov. 28

3334 Nov. 30
2

Nov. 25

40

55

2% Sale
3X
4
.....

30

%

...

3234
134

33

Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Nov. 17

footnotes see

400
page




7

Jan.

12

11

Jan.

9

234 Oct. 24
4734 May
1

11
57

Jan. 31
Feb. 20

7
27

5

334 Nov.

9

2

Nov. 13

36
28

3
..

.....

5X

1

30

35

134 Nov. 7
134 Nov. 14

30

7X

7

634 Nov. 27

734 Nov.

7

rets ord br

_._*

27

6

30
7

1

12X
5X

Sale

20
*8

34
10

534

Sale
Sale

X Nov. 28
10

Nov. 27

14

Nov. 14

4X

5X

534

534

Apr. 15
June

56

Jan.

July

10

July 20
Apr. 29
34 Oct.
6
Oct.

434 June
434 Nov.

5

634 Nov. 11

Oct.

Warrants.

454 Oct.
34 June

American dep receipts.

2

56

Mar. 21

6334 Mar. 26
934 Feb. 26
854 Feb. 26
50

7

7X Sale

Nov. 25

49X Feb. 18
85

4

134 Nov. 23

8

6
8

Sept. 29
X Sept. 30
54 Oct. 21
4634 May 20
2
Sept. 23

15
Conv preferred

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

3334 Nov. 30

10
3

Mar. 13

2234 July

5

35

30

454 Apr. 24
10

Nov. 30

Nov.

40

500

43,800
3,800

234 Sept. 30
734 Nov. 30
13
8

175

......

"or

Nov. 30

cum

Insur Co of North Amer

50,600
32,500
9,800

......

900

10

pref
100
Insull Utility Investment..

200

......

com v t c

8,500 Internet Cigar Machinery..*
5,300 (nternat Holding & Invest..*
*
9,000 Internat Products com
10
6% preferred
100
12,000

......

5,100
1,300

734 Nov. 30
13

49

......

400

Sale
Sale

425 India Tire & Rubber com...*

.....

200

734
13

Aug. 31

14

7
3
434 Mar. 31
4654 May 20
13 54 Feb.
4
3 54 Feb.

11

July 17
Apr. 15
434 Feb. 24

18

35
7

Mar. 17
Jan. 31

1554 Mar. 31
11
May 12
134 Mar. 25
3

May

5

NEW
AGGREGATE SALES.
Since

November

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW TORE
In

43

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

Jan. 1.

Jan.

Nov. 2.

Ask.

Bid.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

Lowest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

com..

200 Kirsch Co pref

8
•»

X
3

X Nov.
Nov.

9
7

13*4 Nov.

9

Nov.

4

X

5*4

2

10

Klelnert (J B) Rubber com
Knott Corp common

l5"

1294

11X

"1394

3*4

2

7

*

com

15

American shares

94

...

Koppers Gas &. Coke Co—
1,225
6% cum pref
......100
3,200 Kress (S H) flc Co spec pf
10
600 Kruskai 8c Kruskal

33,350 Lackawanna

4
18

...

4

7

•

600 Lake Superior Corp
1,200
Deposit receipts

*

9,300 Lakey Foundry fit Mach
*
1,400 Land Co of Florida.......
*
210 Landers Frary 0c Clark....35

9

21

13*4 Nov.

9

7

96
10

Sale

IX

IX

18

194 Sale

1*4

1*4 Nov. 17
80

28

37

29 X

28

4*4 Nov. 19
7*4 Nov. 20

Sale

Nov. 16

10*8 Nov. 5
5
Nov. 16
26*4 Nov. 25

1*4 Nov.

5

Nov. 16

80

10*4 Nov.

9

Nov. 16

5

29*4 Nov.

5

Sale

1*4

3

Sale
X

1*4 Oct.
8
r*4 Nov. 25
>
Sept. 22

t

101
Sale

34 *4
7

1

Oct.

I

*4 Sept. 22
Nov. 25

12^

I

June 23

I

2
7

com...

Secur

Jan.

X Oct.

9

Nov.

>*4 Mar. 23
>X May 11

13

Kolster Brandes Ltd—

125,300

X Nov.
5

6

12

5

......

Klein (D Emil) Co common..*
Klein (Henry) pref
30

400 Kobocker Stores

13*4 Feb.
Jan.
10*4 Apr.
23*4 Jan.
IX Mar.
8*4 Jan.

t

10

*

Sale

>

3,100 Jonas&Naumburg Corp com *
$3 Convertible pref__
4,000
*
300 Kellogg Switchb & Supply. 10

3,800
4,300
8,300
3,250

Highest.

ale Prices.

com

200 Johnson Publishing

i.

Aug. 19
t*4Jan.
8
r
May 12

Bid.

.....

Johnson Motor Co

JAN.

2

1931.

Shares.
INDUS. 8c MISC. (Con.) Par
425 Jaeger Machine Co com
300 Jefferson Rlec. Co
*

8,700

SINCE

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

1% Sale
X
X

1*4 Nov. 30
X Nov. 6

2*4 Nov. 2
*4 Nov. 27

17

*4 Jan.
80

Nov.

10

Jan.

Prices.

23*1

7

Mar.

16
8
14
10
3
27
6

16*4 May

7
Apr. 13
3*4 Jan. 13
11
Jan.
5

14

14
12

Feb.

25

Mar. 16

2

Aug. 11

102*4 Apr. 11
10*4 Sept. 4

4*4 Mar.
26
Oct.
7
Jan.
4*4 June
1*4 Nov.
*4 Oct.
59
Jan.

7

Sept.

37

3

Jan.

6

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
60*4 Feb.

27
21
22
20
16

8*4
8*4
3*4
*4

Lane Bryant Inc—

150
100

20

Class B

*

Oct.

20

15

Class A

100
<

60

7% pref with warrant. .100
Langendorf United Bakeries
15

250 Lawrence Port Cement
100
100 Lazdrus (F&R)6H% pref 100

50 L^e (H D) Mercantile Co.
10,000 Lefcourt Realty com..

*

Preferred
14,050
__...*
62.300 Lehigh Coal 8c Nav
♦
7,350 Lerner Stores Corp com..
*
500
6*4% pref with warrants..
4,500 Ley (Fred T) 8c Co Inc
♦
25,300 Libby McNeil 8c Libby...—10
1,000 Liberty Baking Corp com...*
5,700 Liberty Dairy Products
*

Sale

5

16*4 Sale
1494
16*4
12*4
19

4*4
17

14*4
7

6
Sale
Sale

69

26

30

24

40

10

Sale

7*4

10
58

19

1

5
4*4 Nov. 27
15*4 Nov. 4 nl9
13*4 Nov. 30 17*4
11
Nov. 25
12*4

Feb.

6
5
27

Sept.

6

Nov. 27

794 Nov.

36
32

Nov.

6

Nov. 20

3

14*4
2

May
Aug.

Nov. 20

2
3

12

Jan.

8*4

8*4

2*4

5

X.

194
60

30

IX

Sale
75

2*4

Sale

1

60

66

1*4 Sale

Sale

11-16 Nov, 2
68
Nov. 11

1*4 Nov. 30
5
Nov. 28

1*4 Nov.
69

9

1*4 Nov. 10
12*4 Nov. 6

10

800 Manning Bowman 8c Co cl A_*

Nov. 10

2

Nov. 10

'36*4 "Nov.' 6

38

""Nov. 21

2

5

7

20

2

5

Nov.

1

Sale

1

Nov. 19

30

Sale

30

Nov. 17

5*4 Nov.
1*4 Nov.
30*4 Nov.

21

19

Sale

19

Nov. 30

20

10

4

1*4 Nov. 25

4

40

42

16
8

77

Sale

120

2
2
9

Mar.

Mar. 26
9

Jan.

31

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

21

Jan.

Nov. 28

30

Jan.

May 18

2

6

6
1*4 Jan. 12
19*4 June 10
15*4 Sept. 14
Oct.

3

*4 Oct.
22

Oct.

31
1
3

10

Nov. 20

July

4

32*4 Jan.

26

Feb.

12

5

2

Apr. 23
Jan.

4 X June
1
14*4 Feb.
5
1 *4 Nov. 30

1 *4 Feb.

5A

Sale
IX Sale
25
29X

Oct.

18*4 Feb. 21

10

10
5

*

lH

Sept.

Nov. 12

-

x81

July

116.600 MacMarr Stores Inc com....*

Class B

27

Aug.
July

3

1*4

100

3

Mar.

Oct.

Nov. 10
Nov. 21

Sept.

12*4 Mar.
25

Feb.

103,500 Louisiana Land 8c Expl com.*
410 Ludlow Mfg Associates.....*

11,900 Mapes Cons Mfg Co
_*
4,600 Marion Steam Shovel com..*
1,300 Maryland Casualty
.....10
300 Masonite Corp common.....*
1,500 Massey.Harris Co Ltd com..*
52,600 Mavis Bottling Co of Am....*
20,440 Mayflower Associates Inc..

10

Oct.

Nov.

Nov.
2
Nov. 24

14*4

7X

Sept. 16

Aug. 31
5
Apr. 10
51*4 Feb. 19
100
July
9

July
Sept.

8*4
10
2194 Sale
25 A Sale

65
12

June

500 Lit Brothers........
100 Loblaw Groceterias class B—
600 Loew's Boston Theatres ..25

200 Magnln (I) 8c Co com..
*
1,900 Mangel Stores Corp com
*
1,850
6*4% pref with com pur w.*
500 Manhattan Dearborn Corp.*

1

Aug.
Apr.

6
5

Aug. 19
5

14*4 Feb.

9
2

19*4 Feb. 17
3*4 Jan.
1*4 Feb.
Apr.
6*4 Apr.
31
Apr.
15*4 Sept.
41

26
6
13
21
21
14

9

Jan.

3

5

Apr.

16

50

Mar. 20

May Hosiery Mills, Inc—
$4 pref with warrants....
1,900
3,600 McCord Radiator fcMfgvG J
*
.

300 McGraw Electric Co
100 McKee (A G) & Co class B
700 McWiUiams Dredging Co

132,900

Mead Johnson 8c Co

6

Nov. 17
Nov. 25

*

*
*
*

com

250 Melville Shoe 1st pref

52% Sale

51

80

Sale
82

48*4 Nov. 28,

80

100

Mercantile Discount Corp
Class A conv pref
1,000

17

Sale

17

85

6194 Nov. 13

*

...

9,500 Mercantile Stores Co.....100
1,200 Merch 8c Mfrs Sec com A—.^*

16

Apr. 29 20*4 Feb.
1*4 Nov. 25
8*4 Jan.
8*4 June 22 10
Sept.
38 94 Mar. 10 40
Apr.
28*4 Mar. 23 29*4 Mar.
44*4 Oct.
6 113*4 Mar.
78
Oct. 14 96
July
19*4 Mar.

40

17 X
6

45

Sale
9%

3

Nov. 30

19

Nov. 11

6

200 Mercurbank Vienna Am shs

17
10

5

8,600
Chapman 8c Scott...*
350
Preferred class A.......100
•
24.800 Mesabl Iron
42,000 Mesta Machine Co common.5
37.700 Metal 8c Mining Shares com. *
1,190 Metal Textile Corp par pref.*
11,500 Metropolitan Chain Stores..*
300 Met 5-5Oc Stores class A
*

15 H

14

24

18

28

X Sale

'"5"" Sale"
X

2*4

Sale

17

3*4

4

Nov. 17

*4 Nov. 14
17*4 Nov. 21

9-16 Nov. 10

Nov. 24

18

X

27*1* 43^

3*4 Nov. 27

*4 Nov. 24

18*4 Nov. 17

\

X

2*4

Common class B..........*
600
700
8% preferred
.....100
300 Mlckelberry's Food Prod....l
10,400 Midland Royalty $2 pref
•

2*4
40
*4
16*4
*4

30

Jan.

Sept. 18

23

Mar.

60
14 X

11

10
12*4

26

14
17 X Sale

7X

35

9*4 Sale
9

Sale

4

6

65'

73

Nov.

6

30

45

62

10

11

20

9*4 Nov. 30

45

4*4
65

Sale
75

4*4 Nov. 30
70
Nov. 21

4*4 Nov. 18
73
Nov.
9

....

Nov.

9

Nov. 18

10

694 Nov. 9
4*4 Bov. 12

Sept. 29 iUX Jan.

14

Sept. 16
Nov. 14
Oct.
2

June 13

600

17,100

Amer dep receipts

18

Nov. 18
Feb.

9X
X

16

594 Oct.

Warrants

100 Montgomery Ward A stock._♦
10,700 Moody's Invest Service pref.*

25

10
X

30

100 Morris Plan Co of N Y

2,000 Mtge Bank of Colom

300 National Baking
200

2,400
6,500

74,200

350

com.....

com

tee

10

2

2

10

5*4

1*4

"3

4

5

2*4

40

Mar.

107H

Nov.

5 108
2 110
6

1*4 Nov. 25

1*4 Nov. 25

1
Sept. 22
May 14
1*4 Nov. 25

1294 June 17
3*4 May 22

7*4
Nov. 28

27

1*4 Nov. 18
3*4 Nov. 28

2

Nov.

4

5

Nov.

5

21

Nov. 19

21

Nov. 28

5

4

Sale

4 X

Sale

2

Sale

28

Sale

394

3*4

2

4

2

4

50

85

55

85

25*4 "22""
13

16

9

"2494

1*4 Nov. 28
22*4 Nov. 27

1*4 Nov. 28
28

Nov.

9

13

94

94
3*4

10

2

5
13
4
13'
12
24

Sept. 17
1*4 Sept. 21

3
2

Oct.
1
Mar. 24

43*4 June
1
Aug.
22*4 Nov.
18*4 Oct.
16*4 Sept.
*4 Sept.
3
May

1
7
27
16
21
10
9

Oct.

7

May 29
25*4 Apr. 24
3
Sept. 11
40

May 14
21*4 Jan. 15
12*4 June 16
6

Feb.

2

41

Jan.

29

10*4 Mar.
4% Jan.

6
2

10
3

Mar. 21

Sept. 18

50

Feb.

394
39*4
18*4
20*4

Jan.
Mar.
Oct.
Apr.
1*4 June
6
May

27

21
21
16
15
5
19

ContainerCorp—

$2 convertible pref

National In

»

25
Prod cl B

*

warrants

•

estors com

5*4% preferred




6

15*4 Jan.
91
Apr.
8*4 Mar.
10*4 Feb.
10*4 Mar.
5
Apr.

Oct.

2 107*4 Nov.

*

Nat Dairy Prod pref A
100
Natl Family Stores common.*

page

11

Feb.

Mar. 17

11
Apr.
7
1-32 Sept.
Feb.
9
3
99
July 21 103*4 Apr. 17
Oct.
19
9
32
Mar.
9
Oct.
11
7
1894 Mar. 4

17

3
25

•

*

56

13

30

3*4
6

10
97

Sale
12

X

2
1
3X
494 Sale

16

100

*4 Sale
1

5

*4
1
1*4
8
3
Sale

100

5,000 National Leather
10
4,200 Nat Manufacture A Stores..*
15,340 Nat Rubber Macb com
..*
For faetnetee

10*4 Nov. 23

Feb.

68

30

40

...100

Preferred
1,000
4,900 National Food
Class A with
2,700

176,000

15

2

•

Preferred
Nat

4

Mar. 10

42

100

200 National Candy Co com
*
300 Nat Cash Credit Assn com..*

4,100

Nov.

107*4 Nov.

18

3*4

1,750 Natl Bancservice Corp
.,._*
56,400 Nat'l Bond & Share Corp
*
300 Nat Breweries Ltd

10

25

com

Preferred

11
24

15

Am shs

2,000 Nachman-Sprfngfilled Corp.*
69,100 National American Co
.__*
71,100 National Aviation Corp.....*
/.

.25

107*4 Sale

200 Motor Finance Corp
3,600 Municipal Service Corp....

1,700 Murphy (G C) Co

8

9

10

1,800 Moore Corp Ltd com
*
75
7% preferred class A
100
120
7% preferred class B
100
3,396 Moore Drop Forglngs cl A
*
400 Morison Elec Supply com...*

2

3694 Apr.
6
2*4 Apr. 14
37
Apr.
9
4*4 Feb. 25
1*4 Feb. 13
*4 May 8
1*4 Apr. 2
1194 Apr.
2
1794 Feb. 19

23

3

Feb.

1*4 Mar. 27

5

Montecatinl Min 8c Agrlc—
•

80

11
Oct. 29
30*4 Oct.
9
50
Aug.
7
3
Sept. 21
70
Nov. 21
8*4 Mar. 4
5
May 15

7*4 Oct.

4

5

7

6

Jan.
7
31*4 Oct.
2
*4 Sept. 17
*4 Apr. 21
*4 Apr. 21
*4 Sept. 8
9*4 June
1
8

11*4

22

2*4 Feb.

Midland Steel Product—
2nd pref
23,000
*
*
8,300 Midland United Co com
Conv pref series A
1,000
*
*
9,000 Midvale Co
4,750 Miller (I) & Sons com
._*
3.480 Mlnneap-Honeywell Reg pref
100 Minn Mining & Mfg
13.800 Miss River Fuel Corp warr.
2,900 Mock Judson Voehringer...*
500 Monroe Chemical Co com...*

Sept.22

Nov. 30

2*4 Mar. 18

Merritt

23

20
15
1
4
23
17
9

6
5

Sale
6

8

2*

394

4*4

9*4
96

16
105

s99*4 Nov,
*| Nov,
*4 Nov,
*4 Nov,
X
o
1
2
8
1*4 Nov,
294 Nov
2J4 Sale
20
Sale
6*4 Nov,
1-16
*4 Nov,
X

25 s99*4 Nov. 25
18

*4 Nov. 4
*4 Nov. 9
*4 Nov. 21

9
25
25
4

21

2

Nov. 24

3*4 Nov.
20

27

9

Nov. 30

*4 Nov. 27

2

3>f

Sale

294 Nov. 25

5

Nov.

5

9*4
95
*4
*4
*4

Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
Oct.
Nov.

1*4 Oct.
2*4 Oct.
6*4 Nov.
*4 Sept.
4*4 Aug.
2*4 Oct.

17

Mar. 12

10994 May 12
Jan.
Jan.
2

26

28

Mar. 27

10*4 Mar. 19

J*

50

Feb.

27

Jan.

20

Feb.

k

4

Feb.

7
26

Feb.

44

NEW

AQQBEQATB

YORK

CURB

SALES,

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

7,100

(Cbn.)

Par.

National Screen Service....*
Nat Secur Investment com..l

760
37,000 National Service Cos com...*
342,300 Nat Short Term Sec A
.._*
300 National Standard Co

Bid.

Nov. 2.

Ask.

25X

19

Bid.

16

400 National Tile Co common...*
100 Nat Trade Journal Inc
.*

19,100

4,700
1,300

16

15 X

Sale

134 Sale
334 Sale

Preferred

900 Nebel
(Oscar) Inc com......*
200 Neet Inc conv claaa A.......*

.......*

25 New Amsterdam
Casualty. 10
16,228 Newberry (J J) Co com..
*
950
Preferred..
100
400 New Engl Equity

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale

x2

28

5
2934

2

x2

Nov. 11
Nov. 30

6

5

IX Nov.

Sale

2

27

4
Nov. 30

Nov. 19
Nov. 5
Nov. 2
Nov. 12

11

Nov.

5

IX Nov.
29X Nov.

4

134

X
X

6

34

4X

X Sale

X Nov. 30

12

X Nov.

3X

234

""3

2X Nov. 28
60

Nov. 28

4

3X Nov. 19
Nov. 28

60

15

^ 2o2

10

13
Sale

14

X
18

5X
12

17

19X

18

87

89 X

85

24

16
3

16
3

V*

2X

5
12

Nov. 17
Nov. 18

10
14

Nov.
Nov.

9
2

2

22

24 X

94 X

23

7
13

X

2

5

Sale

1

1

60

Sale

2X

26 X
10

29X
11

10 X

9

18X Nov. 19
89

Nov. 10

18 X Nov. 10
Nov. 10

89

23

a?**

Oct.

Nov. 10

X Nov.

6

Nov. 23

2X Nov. 21

8

9

3X

4X

Sale

12X

8
9

Nov. 20
Nov. 23

19X

3X

Sale

Sale'

2X
3
30
1634
3X Sale

18 X Nov. 14

10X

30

Sale

7

(Cosach) Ctfs for ord b shs
Noma Elec Corp com

*
...5

5X

:

Nordon Corp Ltd com

X Sale
3X
4

10

11

7-16 Sale

3X

3X

Sale

2X Nov. 27
3X Nov.

10X Nov.
10

2
Nov. 20

4X Nov. 7
18X Nov. 14
5

Nov. 10

4

12

110

Option warrants series A..

X

H Sale
26

30
10

Northwest Engineering

12

1334

6

40

40 X

37

Northwestern Yeast Co

26 X

Sale

X Nov. 19
334 Nov. 25

4

X Nov.

4

l-32Nov. 17
30

34

4

§

8

5

34
Sale

*

30 X Nov. 12

334 Nov. 30

5

Nov.

9

X Nov. 13
3-16Nov.

4

Nov. 30

Sale

38

Nov. 30

38 X Nov. 20

6% preferred..........100
Ollstocks Ltd—

26,500
4,100

Class A without warr
Class B without warr..

25 Old Colony RR

*
*

3X Sale
434
7

IX Sale

IX

2X

2

2

4

4

IX Nov. 2
2X Nov. 10

2

Nov.

9

2X Nov. 10

100

400 Orange Crush Co

•

5

25,000 Outboard Motors cl B com..*
16,425
Class A conv pref
.....*
17,020 Overseas Securities Co
.*
1,000 Ovlngton Bros partic pref..*

234 Sale
434
4X
234 Sale
2
234

300 Pacific Finance Corp com-.lO
69,500 Pan American Airways
*
61,000 Paramount Cab Mfg com
*

2X

1

2X

21X
IX
234

34

.....

9

18 X

10X
Sale

Parke, Austin 5c Lipscomb—
Conv partic pref..._._...*
.._*
200 Parker Pen com
10

900

3X

4

8X

2%

2

Parker Rust-Proof com..

Pennroad Corp com v t c

•

800 Pennsylvania Salt Mfg.....50
300 Penn Traffic Co
2X

1,800 Pepperell Mfg Co
2,500 Perfect Circle Co.

Sale
4

20
5

50X Sale

70
8

5

IX Oct.
1834 Oct.
334 Oct.

1
5
29

45

16 X
6

26

^X

10

A

18

Sale

Nov.

5

25

13X Nov. 14
21X Nov. 30

22 X Nov.

Class A

25

200 Philippe (Louis) cl A com—*
7,000
Class B common
*
120,314 Phoenix Securities Corp....*
41,500l
Conv preferred A
._*
23,600:Pie Bakeries of America A..*
3,700 Pierce Governor Co
•
393,500,Pllot Radio 8c Tube class A_*
14,600,Pines Winterfront
5
99,000 Pitney Bowes Postage Meter*

4,300 Pittsburgh Forgings
*
10,040 Pitts 5c Lake Erie RR
50
18,850; Pittsburgh Plate Glass com 25
20 Plymouth Cordage Co..100
61,500 Polymet Mfg Corp com
*
6,500 Potrero Sugar common
.*
5,100 Powdrell 5c Alexander......*
9,500 Pratt 5c Lambert...
*

Sale

40X Nov. 28

10

25

634 Sale

4X Sale

Sale

18
3
3

Nov. 14
Nov.
6
Nov. 16
Nov. 27

3X Sale

Common

•

4

52
Nov.
7
18
Nov. 14
18 X Nov. 24

6X Nov.
4X Nov.

McCallum

..»

100 Prosperity Co common B
20 Prov 5c Worcester RR_.
410 Prudence Co 7% pref

5

X

2934
3

IX July 16
6X Mar. 17
X Mar. 2

»

1
26

5

2X Oct.

For footnotes see page 56




B

21

2X Mar. 21
IX Apr. 27

18

Oct.

21

40

Feb.

27

106

Nov.

ux Feb. 20
18X Mar. 5
5 150
Apr. 15

36
19
105

June

2

Oct.

6

Feb.

24

SAH Feb. 24
Oct. 16
70
June 26 106 X Mar. 19

1

June

3

2X Nov. 10
Jan.
Jan.

2

Oct.

5

Mar. 10

4X Mar.

29 140
Jan.
28
5X Jan.

Sept. 9
Sept. 29

X Nov.

9

7
29

7
9

6
Sept.
Oct.
8
3X Jan.? 12

22

6

6

Feb.

X Nov. 30
May
4

6
2

Feb. 24
Jan. 22

14

Mar. 24

7
June
17 X Jan.
2X Apr.
8

16

3034 Apr. 14
6X Sept.19

Mar.

\l%

Nov? 14

30 X Jan.

18X Oct.
10
July
36 X Oct.
18
Nov.

30

9
12X July
109X Mar. 26
28 X Mar.
5

""34 Sale'
10
9

1034

80

Jan.

6

3934 Oct.

79
40

2X
15X

90

X Nov.
50

Sale
18

2

15X

103
Sale

92
2

5

Nov. 25
Nov. 27

Nov.

Nov. 14

X Nov. 2
95
Nov. 24
2X Nov.
9

19

25

Apr.
Feb.

X
20

X Sale
15
17X

88

X Nov. 17
16

Nov. 20

X Nov. 12
22

2X
6

434
3
Sale

734
9
10034 101X

IX

5
Sale

2

3X Sale

7

1

8

70
74X
20X Sale

4

19X Oct.
57
Sept.

3X

2X Nov. 28

3X Nov.

64 X
Sale

21

70

IX
3

3
734

IX

64 X Nov. 24
20
Nov. 11

22 X

IX Sale
1
IX
5

30
Sale

1

Nov. 28

"40"

25

Nov.

IX Nov. 17
2

28X Nov. 12

28

30

Sept.

28

Nov.

10

20

7
9

xl3X Apr.
109
Apr.
42X Jan.
x68
July

14
16
28
14
6X Mar. 17
5
Jan. 31
33
Sept. 2
40X Apr. 27

IX Nov.
Oct.
Nov.

5

Mar. 26
Feb. 24

22 X Apr.
6
10
Mar. 24

Sept.

Nov. 30

28

9

Sale

28 X

Aug.

20

Nov.

5

4
6X Feb.
23 X Apr. 14

Oct.

1

Nov. 23
Nov.
9

IX Nov. 12
20

10

3634

70

70

IX
3

Jan.

2
13

6

Mar.

26X July
39X Mar.

IX Oct.

3

4§

2

64 X Nov.

21X Nov. 18

2

Sale

21

2X Oct.

2

Nov.

Apr.
Jan.

X Oct.
15X Oct.

4
6

IX Nov.
4X Nov.

Feb. 24

Apr.

3X Aug. 15
20 X Sept. 11
24 X Apr. 11

Jan.

5

IX Sale
2X
3

IX Nov. 30

4

100

X Jan.

27
4

15

May

Nov.

0

13

2X Mar. 25
Apr. 27
Aug. 26

X Oct.

10
24
13

13

X
19 X

30

Nov.

3

28

Nov. 14

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

10

10

15X Oct.

15

Sept. 11

5

Sept. 11

25

2

7

4X

5

Nov.

5

com

3X

IX Nov. 19

2X Nov. 10

*

Jan.

2

25

Jan.

10

Nov.

5

10

Nov.

5

IX Nov. 19
4
May 28

5

Feb.

7

4

May 28

181
95

834
5

Sale
Sale

50

45

4X
5X
68 X
72
IX Sale

""""

Sale"
6

2X

4X

.*

S3 cum conv pref..
600
5,200 Raytheon Mfg, com v t c
1,500 Reeves (Daniel) com
5,500 Reliable Stores com
100 Reliance Bronze 5c Steel

Class

Nov. 17

July

"~4X

Sale
67 X Sale
X Sale
5X Sale
X Sale
234
3X

108

100
*
2

334

g

Sale

IX
34
IX

Sale
IX

Sale

Sale

Nov. 28
Nov. 30
Nov. 30

434 Nov. 30
X Nov. 18
3
108
110

Nov. 20

6X Nov.
7
6834 Nov. 25
134 Nov. H 9
6X Nov. 12

4X
67X
X
4X

5-16Nov.
7
3
Nov. 20

X

Nov. 30 116
Nov. 14 112

IX Nov.

iS

2

Nov. 14
Nov. 13

IX Nov.

2

IX Nov. 27

2X Nov.

4

X Sale
X
3-16

Xrt

3-16

Nov. 24
Nov. 24

com

*
*

18 X

934

1034

22

Sale

1
Nov.
18 X Nov.

16X
3X

18

"Ix

3X

Sale

4X

3X Nov.

9

IX Nov.

9
6

18 X Nov.

*

A.... *
._.*

"234 Sale"
X

X

X

H

IX Nov. 25
X Nov.
7

3X Nov.

9
9
21

IX Nov. 9
X Nov. 13

24

9

14

Mar. 21

91

Apr. 15

71

Feb.

36 J

Feb.
Jan.

1}
71

3
9
26

Mar. 25

165

Feb. 21

Nov.

120
6

Mar. 21
Mar. 27

May

2X Jan.

19
4X Mar.
2
5X Mar. 16

Oct.

X Nov.
X Oct.
40

*

Jan.

91X Feb.

Oct.

IX Nov.

X Nov. 10
3-16Nov. 12

*

15
6
30
30
30
1
6

X May

110

4
1

IX

23 182

May
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.

2X Oct.
96

1

234 Sale
134
2 34

Jan.

65

Raymond Concrete Pile

Reliance Internat

i

3

40X Nov. 28

X Sale
50

100

*
5,700 Radio Products com
16,400 Railroad Shares Corp com..*
4,600 Ry 5c Utility Inv Corp cl A.10
27,500 Rainbow Luminous Prod A_*
Common class B
*
26,200

22,300

9

X Nov. 19
3X Oct.
1
X July 28

7

100

173,700 Prudential Investors com
*
8,750
16 preferred.
248,100 Pub Util Holdg without war *
Cumulative preferred
28,400
*
Warrants
488,455
8,000 Pyrene Mfg..
10

41,500

Jan.

29 X Mar. 16
13 X Sept. 14

Hosiery

com

824 Quaker Oats com
480
6% preferred
9,800 O R S De Vry Corp

70

34 Oct.
1
634 Sept. 21

4

..*

100
Participating conv stock..*
100 Pressed Metal of Am com
*
Mill' Co

13 X Nov. 14

40X Nov. 23

Prentice Hall Inc

Propper

9

22

56
May
IX Feb.

4

*

100 Pet Milk 7% pref
100
417,400 Philip Mor's Cons Inc com..*

3,500

Nov. 11

5X Nov.

28

225 Perfection Stove Co

100

21

3X Nov. 24

Jan.

Feb. 13
Oct.
3
Nov. 23

7X June 6
Sept. 1
11X Mar. 10
1
Jan. 14
22X Jan.
9

7

4

21

4X Feb. 10

Oct.

9

2X Nov.
IX Nov.

2

Jan.
9
Nov. 20

8

1

18

19 X

Nov.

12

100

112,000 Ferryman Electric Co....

6,300

18 X

Patterson Sargent Co com..*

Pender (D) Groc Co cl A....*
Class B
*

1

....

21X Sale

*

X Nov. 9
2X Nov. 5
X Nov. 30

6

2X Nov.

6
14

22

X
1
2X
2X
X Sale
X

3X

20,420 Parke Davia 5c Co
109,900
3,250
3,900
5,700
751,515

5

3

Sept.
Nov.

140
4

1,600 Oliver Farm Equip new com.*
100 Ontario Mfg Co common
*

aa

X Oct.

5

106" "Nov." 5 "07'"Nov "5
38

July

Sept.
Oct.

3

2

30X Nov. 12

*

39X

17
23

Mar. 11

6X

100

Novadel Agene com

Ohio Brass class B

22
17
10
Mar. 4
Mar.
9
Feb. 26
Jan.
Jan.

Feb.

May 23
Apr. 18

Nov. 10

Nov.

27

Oct.

Nov. 23

2

3-16Nov.

North American Cement
.*
Northam Warren Corp pref.*
North & South Amer Corp A*

Jan.

1

5X Feb. 24

Oct.

2X Nov. 21

Nor Amer Aviation Inc—

283,400
1,500
4,900
13,300
3,600
1,965
21,200
1,625

5X Apr. 28

17

3X Nov. 12
134 Nov.
7
2

24
17

85

Nitrate Corp of Chile

57,400
31,900
96,300

Feb.

74
80

5
Nov.
12
Oct.
2 X Apr.

19

3

Sale

3

Sale
12X

Feb.

13

34X Mar. 11

a26X July
1934
9034

2
-

42

13

Nov.

2

3

31X Mar. 16

Jan. 19
1
2X Feb. 28
2X Mar. 17
2
11X Jan.

May
X Nov.
10 X Jan.
234 Nov.
42

11

21
10

June 27

22

27

Jan.

1

4

5

3X Mar. 25

X Nov. 30

N Y

Shipbuilding Co
28,100
(Formerly Am Br BovEl)..
500 N Y
Transportation
..10
126,700 Niagara Share Corp (Md)..10
1,250
Stock purchase warrants
49,700 Nlles-Bement-Pond com
*

Sept. 23

"X May

4

100

6,800 New York Hamburg
Corp..50
3,050 N Y Merchandise Co
•

2

Feb.
Feb.

24

16

25 X Nov. 12
Oct. 30
Oct. 29
27
May 26
4 X May 26

IX Nov. 13

Sale"

11

Oct.

X

X

X Nov.

UX

7

1

1

IX

N Y 8c Foreign Investing—

6X % preferred...

IX
IX
3X
25X

2

1X
Sale

IX

IX
27

5
134 Nov. 19

15X Oct.
1

25 X Nov. 12
10X Nov. 5

IX

Sale"

28 X

...

Corp com..*
5.500 New Haven Clock Co com
*
41,200 New Mexico & Aria Land
1
12,800 Newport Industries Inc
.1
300 New Process Co common....*
3,200 N Y Auction class A com
•

Lowest.

20

1st preferred............
Neisner Bros 7% pref.....l00

4,870
6,500 Nelson (Herman)
Corp......5
4,600 Neptune Meter class A......*
1,000 Nestle Le Mur Co cl A......*

100

I.

Sale Prices.

IX Sale

35*4 "36X

Nauheim Pharmacies Inc...*

.....

19

Ask

IX Nov. 19

National Union Radio com.*

860

Nov. 30.
Bid.

Ask

*

1,660 National Steel Car Ltd.....*
3,637 Nat Steel Corp warrants....
33,900 National Sugar Refg...._..*

8,500 Nehl Corp com.

JAN.

SINCE

2

1931.
INDUS & MISC.

RANGE

Price
Jan.

Jan. 1.
Shares.

EXCHANGE

1

Jan.

4

2

14

Nov.

9

18 X Nov.

9
8
9

3X Oct.
1
July
1

Oct.

X Oct.

6
16

Jan.
Jan.

3
3

42

Apr.* 2
14X Mar. 21
27
Apr. 20
9X Jan. 10
1
July
9
Feb.

26

IX Feb.

10

6

NEW
AGGREGATE

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

SALES.

Jan.

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

2.
Nov.

1931.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Ask
Sale

Bid.

INDUS. & MISC. (Con.)

3

*

Reliance Management

Ask.

2A

2H

2

Highest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

1% Nov.

Sale

2A

6

A

Sale

Sale

Sale

5
Nov. 17
36% Nov. 12

30% Nov. 28

2% Nov. 24

2% Nov. 24

1% Nov.
1% Nov.

,

3%

"4"

3

Rike-Kumler Co com
....*
200 Rogers Majestic Corp A
*
1,000 Rolls Royce of Amer pref.100
*
17,000 Roosevelt Field Inc.
99,200 Rossla Internat Corp
..*
7,800 Royal Typewriter common..*
...100
13,600 Ruberold Co
Rubber Plantation Inr Tr
100
Am dep rets for ord reg..£l
2,300 Russeks Fifth Ave Inc......*

20

Sale
Sale

1

2% Nov.
% Nov.
% Nov.

1% Nov. 21
% Nov. 25
% Nov. 25
Nov. 17

5

1A

1

1%

3A

Nov. 21

5

5

13%

15K

12%

26

89

80

35

17

Nov.

14% Sale

Paper Co......... 10

6

Nov. 21

6A

Nov. 25

"8%"Nov."'"7

Savannah Sugar Refining-

Scovllle Mfg

17 A

20

15

18

10

"3% Sale"

1%

16%
25
1A Sale

21%
36
Sale

4

4% Sale
2A

Sale

45 A

*

Sale

45%

13
29

26%

Sale

3

4X4.

440

Preferred, series KK

4%

"ill Sale"

Sale

6A
42
3A
30 A

8%
47

Sale
Sale

28%
IA Sale
11%
12%

25

Nov. 20

M

Sale

5

9

Sale

Sale

170

Sale

60% Sale

Sale

2K

5%

8

Standard Mot Constr

7%

(A)Sc Co

1,% Sale

100
*

H

Nov. 28

10

Convertible

9

130
2

July

5

Nov. 25

5

Oct.

75% Nov. 10

58

Oct.

19

15

14%

14 K

9

Nov. 25

Nov. 16

5

Nov. 16

5

% Nov. 21

% Nov. 21

% Nov. 5
24% Nov. 28
9
Nov. 25

% Nov.
28
9

"A

1

9A
20 A

Sale
Sale

1A Sale
5
5A

Nov. 25

A Nov. 23
Nov. 23

Sale

1%

2%

4

5%

1% Nov.
4% Nov. 25

2

Nov. 24

63

Nov. 10

7

233

23% Nov.

11*
85

11*
95

9A

13
90

85

IK

"AiK

3K

4
3

3

"2A "~3

"A "3

9%
84%
IK

13

10

90

85

2%

5% Nov. 30
% Nov. 5
50
Nov. 20

Nov. 20
Nov. 12

2% Nov.

Nov.

7

....

3

Stromb-Carlson Tel Mfg
*
Stroock (S) Sc Co
*
300 Struthers Wells Tltusville..*

3

Nov. 20

9

7K

3%

9%

ISA Sale

Sale

14

12

36

Sale

28 A

Sale

22 K

15
90,200 Swift International
16,000 Syrac Wash Mach B com...*

36

Sale

27,500 Taggart Corp com
1,000 Taylor Milling Corp com

13 A

500 Tenn Products Corp

com

com

3

A

*

a

4A

4A

Sale
27 A

*

1
42,800 Thatcher Securities Corp
1,250 Thermotd Co 7% conv pf. 100
200 Thew Shovel Co

3A

7H
5A
2A

Sale
9K
Sale

ziH

Sale
31% Sale
4

Nov. 20

3% Sale
9K
25
Sale

6

3%

29.800 Tobacco Pro/1 F.zpnrt*
For footnotes see page 56.




10

1% Oct.
4

Oct. 13
Oct.
5
1% Sept. 30
% Feb. 16

10

Feb.

4

Nov. 20

2

12% Jan.
7
25% Feb* 11
23% Nov.
7

17% Feb. 27
90% Aug. 24
11% Mar. 21
% Mar. 28
3
Mar. 26
30
Apr. 27
6% Mar. 26
16% Apr. 16
3

zlO

10
6
16

Mar.
Jan.

11

7

4

Apr.
11% Mar.

1
2

13

10

15
28

Mar. 27
Mar. 11

Nov. 13 xlO

Nov. 13

5% Nov.

Nov. 27

5

4

Nov. 24

14% Nov.

4

2% Nov. 13
28% Nov. 27

30

2

30

Nov. 13

Nov.

5

Nov. 27

14
9
Sept. 21
% Oct. 28
12% Oct.
3
4
May 25
1% Sept. 29
28% Nov. 27
5

Sale

22

Nov. 27

30

31

Nov. 19
Nov. 18

4

3% Nov.

of

25
Sale

July

2

3% Nov. 27

20% Oct.
4

Sept. 21
Jan.
9

Nov. 10

3

Oct.

,

5

4% Nov.

4

9% Sept.
2% Oct.

Nov. 21

Jan.

Nov.

5

June

Nov. 11

Nov.

25% Nov. 17
% Nov.
9

14% Oct.
% June

Nov. 25

35

37

15

30

10

15

Nov. 11

25%

29

17

19

19%
A

Apr.
Sept.

30
213

1

19

Nov.
% Nov.

7
4

6

28

Sept.
16

5

23% Nov.
5
32% Nov. 9
4% Nov. 30

3% Nov. 10

3%

A

*9

% Aug. 14
10
Sept. 30

52

%

6

Sept. 21

15% Oct.

Apr. 22
1-16 Sept. 11

*

•

5

Jan.

11

500 Timken Detroit Axle pref.100

1,300 Tlsbman Realty Sc Constr..*
7,500 TobaccoA Allied Stocks....*

Jan.

20

5

5

3

9

1

3% May

30%

17

31% Mar. 21
4
July
8
5
June
4
12
Apr. 23
56
Mar. 18
95

10

10

16
11
31

Nov. 23

1% Oct.

22% Sale
4A

5

4

27

8

May 16
Nov. 25

A Apr.
% Feb.
July
18% Mar.
89
Jan.

% May 22
45

2

5A
5A
19

4

9

June 12
Oct.
8

85

"A "2

20

1 h
29K

176,200 Technicolor Inc common...*

Nov. 25

Nov. 1

100 Sundstrand Mach Tool com.*

..*

9

"Nov. 20.

800 Sullivan Machine Co

*

39

10

.2% Nov. 1

2% Mar. 7
Feb. 26

% May 20
% June 10
Jan.
8

85

6

3
10

6

13

5
Sale

4

45

H

16

100 Super Maid Corp common...*
..25
96,600 Swift Sc Co

3

3% Oct.

5

*

22

28

18% Mar. 9
1 % Jan.
8
1% Mar. 14
2% Jan.
3
4% Feb. 25
1% Mar. 30
1
Jan.
6
17

26

5A

Sale

4

com

28 108% Jan.

% Aug. 17
7% May 25

2

36

17

4% Feb. 11
1
11% Mar. 31
Mar. 2
31 192

88% Jan.

Strauss-Roth Stores com...*

15,610 Sun Investing Co
$3 conv pref
12,410

5 343% Fob.

Oct.

5

Nov. 17
Nov. 25

Nov. 28

22

Sept. 30

5

1% Nov. 20

1% Nov. 30

'33""

:::: "32

Strauss (Nathan) Inc com..*

*

12

Oct.

Nov. 18

Nov.

A
Sale

preferred...25

118,400 Stutz Motor Car Co
Warrants
8,200

2

2

Nov. 18

58% Nov. 23

27

10

Storkline Furniture Corp

1,600
83,200
75,700
4,500
3,645

Apr. 10
1% Feb. 28
Apr. 21

Nov. 28

10

Nov. 30 195

170

%

%

A

400 Stetson (John B) Co ram...*
Stinnes (Hugo) Corp......-*

6

21

........_.*

600 Sterchi Bros Stores

108

Aug.
July

Feb.

Sale

2

Stein Cosmetics Inc com

400 Stelnite Radio

Oct.

41% Nov.
104% June

Mar. 30

*

com

Preferred

Apr. 16
Jan. 28
8% Mar. 25
Feb. 25
36
66% Mar. 27
15

Oct.

1%

2

1

10

9
17
15

Jan.

42

Oct.

Jan.

*

150 Steel Co of Canada ord

33

Jan.

Oct.

iiM

7% Mar. 26
10% May
7
16
Feb. 11
4% Feb. 27
70% Mar. 2
71
Mar. 2
70
Mar. 4
2% Jan.
3% Feb.

% Nov.
Sept.

33*

% July 14
1% Mar. 12

Standard Screw..........100

29,800 Starrett (The) Corp com
•
6% cum pref
...50
38,200

16
6

1

Standard Holding class A...*

pref..*

May
6
1
Sept. 29
36% Oct.
6

1

1A
3A

1A
2A

ord bearer shs.

Standard Invest $5)4

4% Sept. 22
10

71% Feb.

rets

Am dep rets

37% Mar. 23

108% Jan.

900 Standard Cap Sc Seal Corp..*
400 Standard Dredging common *
400
Convertible preferred
*

4,400

Nov. 28

5

9

5

9

5

64 K

& Corona

Am dep rets ord reg shs
17,300
29,376 Spiegel. May A Stern 6^ pf 100
•
1,200 Stahl-Meyer Inc com
100 Staley (A E) Mfg 7% pref..l00

30% Feb. 26

Sept.
Sept.

3% Nov. 10

100

11,600 Southwest Dairy Prod com.*
700
7% pref with warrants. 100
Spanish & General Corp Ltd

Stein

12% Nov. 10
46% Nov.
9

Nov. 27

Nov. 30

2

100 Southern Stores Corp cl A..*

6,000
1,450
3,500

Nov. 27

2

148

28,500 South American Air Lines..*
50,700 Southern Corp com
..._*
200 Southern Grocery Stores
*

1,800
2,880
35,000
1,100

2% Nov. 10

24

7

Sept. 28
Oct.
5

Oct.

26

2
11% Sale

Feb.

17

6% Sept. 21
7

24
3

55

176

♦

2

5% Oct.

7

10

Typewriter vtc....
*
600 Snla Viscose Ltd
120 lire

400

% Nov. 30
% Nov. 13

32

IK

2A

6A

5,300

Interim

9

53% Jan.
37% Oct.

Nov. 11

Jan. 13
June 13
3% Jan.
7
1
Jan.
2
3
Jan.
5
17
Jan. 26
37% Mar. 20
5% Feb. 26
10

1

Nov.

4*

*

Preferred

(L C)

8%
10%
27%
3%
5%

% Nov.:
A Nov.

l

100
£1

6,300 Sisto Financial Corp
8.390 Smith (A O) Corp com

300

2

25

6

4

45

K Sale
A
A

1A
A

..*

pref...

conv

Singer Mfg Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg shs
8,000

Smith

A

1% Nov. 25
40% Nov. 28

Nov. 7
Nov. 23
Nov. 14
Nov. 5
Nov. 9
12
Nov. 14
2
Nov.
2
45% Nov. 13

7% Nov. 2
10
Nov. 28
26% Nov. 11
3
Nov. 20
5
Nov. 4
10
Nov. 25

July

1% Oct.

.100

6,100 Singer Mfg

10

5%

Boardman

Simmons
Pub Co

29

16

1A Sale
41A Sale

IK Sale

6,100 Signature Hosiery com vtc.
Convertible preferred....*
1,400
76,464 Silica Gel Corp com v t c
*
325 Silver (Isaac) Sc Bros pref.100
100

Sale
Sale

3

5

Sale

Sale

2

7K
10

Sale

Self ridge Pro? Stores Ltd—

6,000
Ordinary
£1
221,700 Sentry SAfety Control
*
25,025 Service Stations Ltd class A.*
4,400 Seton Leather com
....*
3,400 Sheaffer (W A) Pen com....*
159,656 Shenandoah Corp com
•
115.115
6% conv preference
5l>
3,925 Sherwin-Williams Co(Ohio)25

13

2% Nov. 10

14

8

2

13

22

22% Nov. 10

Nov.
9
1% Nov. 27

22

"lA Sale"

41% Nov. 25

7A
8
27

10

361,700 Selected Industries com
*
Allot certifs full paid
51,400
Allot ctfs full paid stpd...
16,582
prior stock

3

18%

10

10

Securities Allied Corp—

17
33 A

June

1% Jan.

Sept. 29
9
1-16 Oct.
1-16 Oct. 15

17

25

364,300
Non voting stock
18,500 Securities Corp Gen'l com..*
25,300 Seeman Bros common
*
442,800 Segal Lock & Hardware com *
13,600 Seiberling Rubber com
*
3,900 Selby Shoe Co com
...»

*5 Hi

21 % Aug.

1

2)4 Sale

1
6

80% June

9
3

17

10

3%
Sale

3
1

Seaboard Utll Shares, com..*

49,700

17% Nov. 27 zl9% Nov. 30

x!9A Sale

20

3% Sale

......10

Co

1

Oct.

% Jan.
3% Jan.

80% June

10
7% preferred...........100
9,000 Schiff Co com
1,600 Schlatter Sc Zand com v t C
*
Cum conv pref
1,800
._*
200 Schoeneman (J) Inc com..,.*
13,600 Schulte Real Estate Co
*
62,600 Schulte-Unlted 5c Sc $1 Sts..*
8,200
7% cony pref—.......100
200 Scotten Dillon Co

38

June 17
Jan. 21
Mar. 3
Feb. 24
Jan. 27
Mar. 17

24

50 Sanford Mills Co common.-*

1,600
46,450

4
Apr. 23
7
June 22
48% Feb.
5
25% Jan. 19

10%
4%
3%
5%

90% Jan. 26
Nov. 25
Mar. 13
Mar. 13 21
5% Oct.
1 21 % Mar. 6
107% Mar. 5 110% Mar. 5
Apr. 24
29
Apr. 24 30

26% Nov. 19

5% Nov. 30

24

5% Sale

Sale

100

pref

42

4
Apr. 23
3% Sept. 16
Feb.
5
16
Oct.
1

6
9

16%

'24

13

Jan. 29
June
3

5
26

21

100 St Lawrence Paper 6% pf.100
cum

35

1% July

Oct.
5
Oct.
2
Oct.
6
June 17
Feb. 25
1
Sept. 8
1 % Oct.
1
22
June
1
31% Sept. 30
%
2%
18%
10%
2%

48

Safety Car Heating A Ltg.100

7%

6
6

'33%~No~v."~6

8
5

.....

200 Russell Mfg
100
2,100 Ryerson (Jos T) & Son Inc..»

100

ih
16A
38

35

35

Ig

Nov. 17

5

18

15

IK
2

31A

50

i*

21

15

22

40

rA

23

5

..*

13% Apr. 13
5
Feb. 24
1 A Jan. 27
5
Nov. 17
73% Mar. 18

1% Nov. 21
A Oct. 13
% Sept. 29

1% Nov.
1% Nov.

3-16 Sale

Common

St Regis

13

4
2
4

IK Sale
% Sale

Sale

Richmond Radiator

720,500

26

30% Nov. 28

Formerly Saxet CO........*
381,400
96,300 Reybarn Co., Inc
10
106,100 Reynolds Investing com....*
250 Rice-Stix Dry Goods com—*
*
1,565 Richrnan Bros Co.....

7% preferred

6

Jan.

% Jan.
2A

Prices.
7% Feb.
9
7% Jan. 26
A Jan. 13

Sale

1% Nov.

Nov. 20

7

Republic Gaa Co—

2,900

1.

Highest.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

2.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

10
5

400 Reliance Mfg (111)
100 Re petti Inc

1,800
2,700
5,800

JAN.

SINCE

Price

NEW YORK

45,450

45

EXCHANGE

CURB

YOEK

15

6

4% Mar. 21
22% Feb. 28
4
May 25
8
Mar. 19
40% Mar.
2
3% May
5

30% Jan.
40% Apr.
8

Mar.

5
14
7

18% Mar. 6
21% Feb. 26
9
15% Feb.
7

Feb.

9

3% Sept. 22
46

Mar. 12

18% Apr. 22
102% Mar. 26
Jan.

10

39% Apr.
1% Tail.

23

37

14

46

NEW

aggregate

YORK

sales.
Since

November

1931.
INDUS. & MISCEL. (Concl.)

10,500 Todd Shipyards Corp..

»

100 Tom Huston Peanut Co com.*
75 Torrington Co of Maine
*

6.400

Bid.

Ask

8,100
3,100
19,500

627,500
Class A common........ *
92,200 Trt-Contlnental Corp Warr
81,700 Tri-Utilities Corp com......*

800

5,400

100

3,390 Trunz Pork Stores Inc

165,350

Common B

▼

*

""606
""266

100 United Carbon pref

"'§66

1,350

600

4*4

1,200

700

Preferred

10

6,320 United Shoe Mach
600

"

l"906

25

com

Preferred

vtc_*

com

2,500 United Wall Paper
9,400 U S Dairy Prod class A
24,300
Class B
13j800 U S Finishing common
1,200
Preferred

1,000
400

800
150

1,300
3,400
7,500
1,800

44,100
40,850
75,500
39,000
24,300

*
*

400

800 C7 S Radiator

60
8
5

*

warr

*

common

4,000 U S Shares Financial...

X

Sale

27*4

5

3 k Nov.

12

Nov. 30

2

3*4 Nov. 14

4
Sale

2

4*4 Nov.

Nov. 30

15*4 Nov.

1

3*4 Nov.
1 *4 Nov.

Nov. 11

60

4*

65

3

*4 Nov.

Nov. 16

3

42

Nov. 28

47

*4 Nov. 14
2

60

Sale

8
2k
3

60

8*4
Sale

Sale

3k

Nov. 20

*4 Nov. 24
23*4 Nov. 28
134 Nov. 16

5

....

185 Van Camp Milk preferred.100

1,200
3,700
400

200

500
'

T.566

22

24

2

5,400
1,800
2,612
3,900
36,500

250
600

1,400

100

Nov. 10

2

37

Feb.

2

15

3

Jan.

17

700

5

3*4 Nov. 18
21*4 Nov. 20
4

Nov. 10

*4 Nov. 10
27*4 Nov. 12
1 k Nov.
2

22

Nov. 28

24*4 Nov.

3*4 Nov. 23

4
Nov. 23

4

19,900

1%

Sept. 30
Mar. 30

*4 Sept. 15
1*4 Sept. 29
58

5*4 Sale

2*4
45

5k
14X
2

2*4
5

Sale
Sale

Sale
54

3*4 Sale
12*4 Sale
4*4

3*4

4

Sale

4k

13*4

5

12*4
5

13
7

5X
OX

18*4 Sale
4*4 Sale
6*4 Sale

1*4

17 k
2k
5
12*4 Sale
10

3*4 Sale

Sale

6

7

11*4 Sale

"iM
35,100

4

_•

1

Nov. 27

2

Nov. 11

3

Nov.
6
Nov. 10

56

3*4 Nov.
13*4 Nov.

Nov. 28

5

13

8*4 Mar.

2

2*4 Oct.
6
k Sept. 17
17*4 Oct.
1
1*4 Oct.
6

10

Mar. 10

Feb.

26

6*4 Jan.

2

2

21
5

8

49

30

3

Jan.

Oct.

22

354 Feb. 27
60

2554 July
11*4 Jan.

Jan.

3*4 Nov. 23

Jan.
Jan.

4

June

3

Mar.

14

Jan.

*4 May 20

Jan.

9

30
9

19

Mar. 27

10
June 29
Jan.

Apr.
4
7*4 Mar. 21
2*4 Jan.
3

10

June

Oct.

3

30*4 Aug. 14
1*4 8ept. 21
45*4 Nov. 30

2

3

16

Nov. 30

17*4

11

9

Oct.

6
6

July

22

6

Oct.

4*4 Nov.
9
3*4 Nov. 30

4*4 Oct.

7

5

6

2*4
5
13
Sale

2*4 Sale

6
Nov. 19

5

16*4 Nov. 28

5

2

Nov.

*4 Nov.

5

Nov. 28

Oct.

16

Nov. 30

14*4 May
7
1*4 Oct. 20

Nov. 18

11

Nov. 18

11

12*4 Nov. 30

14

Nov.

12

Oct.

1

Oct.

5

Nov.

4

7

5

Nov.

2

37*4

"39"

5
39

Sale

14*4 Nov. 17

Nov.
2
Nov. 24

9

June

2*4 Sept. 30
Mar. 19

50

*4 Sale
2*4

15

40

Nov. 18

4

2*4 Nov. 30

30*4 Aug. 14
9*4 Feb. 24
78
Apr. 15
954 Mar. 2
19*4 Feb. 25
48*4 Jan. 30
7*4 Mar. 24

2*4iNov. 21

5

Nov. 19

*4 Nov.
10

*4 Nov. 24

*4 Sept. 19
Oct. 23

1*1
Nov.

5

21

Jan.

Nov. 24

39

2

39

Nov. 24

21

9
7

Mar. 10
Jan.
8

12*4 Feb.
2
16*4 Nov. 28
15
May
1*4 Oct.
19*4 Mar.
5*4 Feb.
29*4 Mar.
10
Mar.

6

20
12
14
26
26

8*4 Feb. 26
70*4 Feb. 27
2

Feb.

654 Jan.
29

Feb.

25

16
17

10

5*4 Sale

5

30

14

20

15

20

14

Nov.

6

Nov. 27

Nov.

6

14*4 Nov. 17
6*4 Nov. 23

31

14

Nov. 23

'

Nov.

6

Aug. 28

52*4 Jan. 16
24*4 Feb. 19
22
Apr.
9
11
Aug.
6

25
24

Sept. 26
Sept. 2

27

11

Oct.

20

25

14*4 Nov. 17
5

Nov.

6

60*4 June 10
*4 Nov.

39*4 Sale

10*4 Sale

4

*4 Nov. 17

10*4 Sept. 22
*1 Nov. 4

39*4 Jan.

12" "13*4

6*4
7*4
2k
3
19*4 Sale

120
7

2*4

"~k "l

X

1

9*4 Sale

X

*4

7*4 Sale

7*4 Nov. 4
2*4 Nov. 25
19*4 Nov. 2
10
Nov. 25
*4 Nov. 24

7*4 Nov.
3

24
11

Nov.

Nov. 14
Nov.

6

*4 Nov. 24

7*4 Nov. 30

Nov.

Jan.

2

85

Jan.
9
Mar. 25

Apr. 13
60*4 June 10
10*4 Sept. 22
1 *4 Feli. 28
46*4 Jan.
6

6*4 Oct. 10
Sept. 21
12*4 Jan.
8
7*4 Sept. 24
X Sept.30

2

5*4 Sept. 21

1*4 Sale
2*4 Nov. 28
k Nov. 2

4*4 Nov. 12

4*4 Nov. 28

5

1

Nov.

2

...

*4 Sale

1-16 Nov. 14

Nov. 16
9-16 Nov. 16

rts.

Jan.

*4
2*4
*4
2*4
4*4

12*4 July
5*4 July

5

3 101*4 Jan.

Sept.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

2
30
28
31
5
28

1-16 Nov. 14
3-16 Aug.
5
*4 Mar. 3

10

Mar. 11
Mar. 10
Mar. 27
Jan.
7
Jan.
5

Oct.

1*4 Jan.
2*4 Sale
k Sale

1454
6*4
3354
22*4
1*4

June

4

i__

10 120

2

85

35,100 Radio-Keith-Orpheum
5,200 Westvaco Chlorine Prod—.
400 White Sewing Mach deb

10
20
13
5
20

June 29

Nov. 25
11

2*4 Nov. 21
4*4 Nov. 27

5

Sale

Sale

14*4 Sale

Electric Power & Light
Peoples Gas Lt & Coke.....
w

15

Mar.
Apr.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Feb.

56*4
3054
2*4
6*4
65*4

100

RIGHTS
Associated G at E deb rts...
Stock purchase rights

Pub Serv of Nor IU

3

10*4 Nov. 30

2*4 Sale
3k Sale

1

A *

common v tc........

Wheeling ac Lake Erie Ry
7% prior Hen stock

2*4 Nov. 27
45*4 Nov. 30

Sale

3

*4 Sale
5

w

6

4

60

3

39

com

2*4 Sale

45*4 Sale

16

•

Commonwealth Edison

Jan.

26

Oct.

35

4

Welch Grape Juice
Western Auto Supply

41,000 * ll-low Cafeterias com..
*
24,000
Preference
*
II,200 Wilson Jones Co com
4,700 Winter (BenJ) Co
*
Woolworth (F W) Ltd—
1,204,700
Am dep rets ord shares
12,200
Am dep rets 6% pref
355 Youngstown Sheet at Tube
pf

6,300
15,000

1

Oct.

8*4 Nov. 23
2*4 Nov. 30
21

2

5*4 Feb.

4

Nov. 11

5

*

9,000 Williams (R C) at Co

35,000
9,900
6,300
36,100
18,400
1,100

8*4 Apr. 25

8

Oct.

41

2

...

400

May 27
15

*4 Oct.
2

Nov. 25
Nov. 13
Nov. 11

9

*4 Nov. 19

50 West Jersey ac Seashore RR 50
100 Westmoreland Coal Co

300

6
20
10
11
2
10

29

12

11

*

3,600 West Virginia Coal ac Coke.*
2,200 Wheatsworth Inc com
10

23
25

Jan.

Oct.

1-16 Oct.

Wayne Pump Co com
Convertible preferred..

1,300

"""6O6

600

com..........*

Western Air Express Corp..10
600 Western Grocer Co
com...25
Western Maryland Ry—
270
7% 1st pref
100
600 Western Pipe at Steel com. .10
Western Tablet & Stationery

50

Feb.

Apr.
Mar.
Mar.
June
Mar.
Feb.

Oct.

17

13

500 Warren (S D) Co......
.....*
12,000 Watson (Jno
Warren) Co..

""'466

Nov. 30

11

17

*

Walker (Hiram) Gooderham
Oc Worts common
__..*

175,600

"'160

1,400

25

.10

com.

300 Wagner Electric Co com...15
200 Wahl Co (The) common...
4,800 Waltt &1on4 Inc class A..*
1,100
Class B
.._..*

60,000 Walgreen Co
6,300
Warrants

10,000

*

*

200 Vortex Cup Co

100

7
13

29

1

Utica Steam ac Mohawk

78,363 Van Camp Pack com
15,200
7% pref
:
76,500 Vick Financial Corp
4,300 Vogt Mfg Corp..

LOO

Jan.

2

*

200
Valley Cotton Mills
100
105,045 Utility Equities com
*
5,050
Priority Stock
78,300 Utility at Ind Corp com.....*
38,200
Preferred
*

3" 200

23

7

31

*

1,500 Utah Radio Products, com..*

2,100
1,900

Nov. 25

Mar. 27

28*4
3*4
32*4
10*4
254

Nov. 16

60

8*4 Nov. 23
2*4 Nov. 30

3*4 Nov. 21

25

3,500 Universal Pictures

13,000
1,050

5

2954 Feb. 27
22

99*4 Sept. 4
*4 Mar. 19
17
Aug. 12
6*4 Mar. 21

2
k Oct.
32*4 June 11
2
Sept. 30
1
May 15

*4 Nov. 11

Nov. 25
Nov. 13

X Sale

23*4 Sale
1
lk

31

24

Sale

20

30

*4 Sale

*4 Sale

15

24

June

Oct.

10

1*4 Nov. 14

*4 Nov. 30

5*4

9k
4

Sale
Sale

Feb.
Feb.

2654 Aug. 11

3*4 Sept. 24

8

8k
3*4

1*4

47*4

7
2

35

25 X

20

9
Nov. 20

1

2*4 Nov. 30

Sale

47*4

•

16
12

15

15

*4 Nov. 24

20

*4 Sale
1*4
2

Sale

46

A

2

10

*4 Sale
lk

1

1
5

43

6
28

June

3
21*4 Jan.
10*4 Oct. 16
99*4 Sept. 4

3-16 Nov. 25
1 *4 Nov.

*4 Sale

X
2*4

6X Sale
12
Sale

2*4 Oct.
4*4 Oct.

Aug. 12

3*4

3*4

11
11

4
Nov. 30

1*4 Nov. 25

15

Sale

31

4

28*4 Nov.

12

6

5*4 May 22
8*4 Feb. 21
10*4 Oct.
9
14*4 Feb. 25
103*4 Feb.
2 103*4 Feb.
2

5*4 Nov. 18

26*4 Nov. 12

21

5k

Oct.

*4 Nov. 25
*4 Oct.
1

26

Sale

12

3*4 Sale
1*4 Sale

2%
8k

9
65*4
10k
7*4

5

6*4 Nov. 10
11*4 Nov. 17

2*4 Nov. 27
4*4 Nov. 24

26*4

Nov. 11

*4 Nov.

6*4 Nov. 2
11*4 Nov. 17

16

_*

5,800 U S Stores Corp com
1,575 Universal Tnsurance Co

"""25

1

13*4 Mar. 27
6*4 Mar. 24
29*4 Mar. 10
2
Sept 15

Nov.

24

100

9,600 U S Radio at Television com.*
1,600 U S Rubber Reclaiming
*

1,100

8*4 Apr. 23

1*4 Sept. 21

11

15

6*2

24

2

%

2k

57

27

Jan.

5

"1*4 Sale*

*

*
U S fit Overseas, with warr..*
900
Certificates of deposit
9,775 U S Playing Card com
10

1,950

52

27

Apr.

3*4 Nov. 17

4k
15*4

4*4 Sale

50

lk

Feb.

20
42

27
31

July 22
July 22

4

*4 Nov. 20

Sale

5

50

2*4 Nov. 11

1*4 No\. 14

...»

United States Foil class B..*
U S & Internat Sec com
*

1st preferred with
U S Lines Inc pref

30
19

12

25

58,800 United Stores Corp

100

27

Sale
2X Sale
7

14}
4}

Nov. 30

4

3

5*4

18 X

20

May 18
May 18

26

4

3*4 Nov. 17

12

4
24

5*4

lh
100

28*4 Nov.

2*4 Nov. 24
1*4 Nov. 28
*4 Nov. 25

*4

6*4 Sale
16

23
3254

Nov. 30

2X Sale

11*4

3k
4*4

Sale Prices.

4

1*4 Sale

Am dep rets for ord reg_.£l
8,000
2,000 United Porto Rican Sugar..*
9,615 Unit Profit Sharing com
*

100

1.

Highest.

Prices.

12

26

X Sale

United Molasses Co Ltd—

"l"315

JAN.

3*4 Sale

X

17*4
21*4
1 A.
14k

Lowest.
Sale

5

100

4,900 United Milk Prod com
500
7% Cumul preferred

1,600

4X

%

3*4

600 United Engineering & Fdry.*
1,675,810 United Founders Corp com.*

86" 700

"13"

Sale Prices.

20 Apr.
30 Oct.

4

12*4

Sale Prices.

Sale

26

2*4 Sale

Sale

Highest.

15

lk

Sale

27 *4

Lowest.

Ask.

6

5

28*4

Sale

7

12,200 United Carr Fastener com..*
I,400 United Chemicals Inc com.
27,100
$3 cum partic pref
;
*
88,670 United Dry Docks com
._.*

""766

15

28*4

•

64,300 Ungerleider Financial Corp.*
21,300 Union Amer Invest com
100 Union Stock Yards
(Omaha) *
37,900 Union Tobacco Co com ....*
200 Union Twist Drill
370 United Amer Utilities com..*

Ask. Bid.

7

*
com

Nov. 30.

3*4

*

t c

14,100 Tung Sol Lamp Wks
1,000
$3 cum conv pref

500
200

46*4

Am rets for ord. shs.
reg..

50 Truscon Steel 7% pref
190
Tubize Chatillon Corp—

4,800
1,200

Bid.

lk

Trans-Lux Pict Screen

$3 pref with privilege
Triplex Safety Glass Ltd—

Nov. 2.

8

45*4

157,900 Transcontinental AlrTransp*

900

SINCE

Jan. 2

Tobacco Secur Tru»t Co Ltd
Am dep rets ord
1,200
reg shs..£l
Am dep rets def
400
reft
5 sh

300

RANGE

Price

Jan. 1.
Shares.

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW TOBK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Shares,

CUBE

4*4 Jan.
4*4 Feb.
Nov.
154 Oct.
554 Sept.

4*1

7
2
28

26
26
12
31
14

5
Nov. 16
9-16 Nov. 16

*4 July 29
54 Mar. 3

PUBLIC UTILITIES
Par

170

•2,440 Ala Power Co $7 pref
3,415
96 preferred
36,350 Allegheny Gas Corp

80

6,800

97
•

Amer Cities Power at Lt

3,300
18,600
40,700
11,900
300

Corp
Class A.................50

28,900
Class B
260,400
*
509,800 Amer Commonwealth Pow clA
43,100
Class B
1,175
$7 1st preferred A...._._.*
800

ror

footnotes

96.501st preferred

•

Sale

97
85

2X

2*4

33*1
35*4
5*4 Sale
11*4 Sale
22
24*4

*4 Sale
25

Sale

3X Sale
3
5

Sale

7*4

*4

*4

27*4 Sale
2*4 Sale
2*4 Sale
3
3*4

Nov. 30 102*4 Nov. 16
Nov. 27
93*4 Nov. 13
2
1*4 Nov. 16

97
85

*4 Nov.
25

Nov.

2

2*4 Nov. 28
2

3
18

Nov. 30
Nov. 28

Nov. 24

28

Nov. 13

3k Nov.
3*4 Nov.
5

25

Nov. 10,
Nov.
4

Nov. 30 115*4 Mar. 11
Nov. 27 103*4 Mar. 30

*4 Oct.

2

19*4 Oct.
2X Oct.

6

2

18

Nov. 24

30*4 Oct.
see page

56.




1

Nov. 30

3*4 Nov. 19
14

354 Feb.

16

38*4 Feb. 28
10

Feb.

17

Mar. 19

27

29*4 Jan. 23
89
Apr.
8
75

June 30

NEW

Shares.
25

37,966

Jan.

Jan.

PUBLIC UTIL.

Nov.

{Cont.)

Ask.

Bid.

Par

2.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale
30

8% Sale
44% Sale
96
Sale
25%
27
26
28

3% Sale

% Sale

14% Sale

67,200
14,600

*
917,710 Appalachian GaB com
Warrants...............
43,200
100

25"" "40"

2

25

240

1,980 Arkansas Pow Ac Lt pref
*
20,700 Assoc Gas & Elec, com.....
Class A
..»
851,055
J5 preferred............
7,125
88 int-bear allot ctfs
10,836
Allotment certificates....
22,100
Warrants
217,700
100 Assoc Telep Ltd 81.50 pref..

100% 103%

90

6% Sale

95

25

900

210,750
6,500

Sale

Prices.

Sale

Prices

106% Nov. 21 106% Nov. 21

Amer Diet Teleg N J pref-.100
50 Amer Elec Power $6 pref
*

100

300

8,900

Sale

Lowest.

Highest

Lowest.

Ask.

1,275

992,200 Amer 8c Foreign Power warr—
928,323 American Gae & Elec com—*
Preferred
♦
23,500
25
123,920 Amer Light & Trac com
2,650
6% preferred
25
♦
62,500 Amer Nat Gaa com t t c
185 Amer Pub Serv 7% pref
100
35,300 Amer Statea Pub Sort class A
*
5,338.450 American Superpower
1st preferred
53,310
•
$6cumutative preferred —•
21,900

87,173
2,400
10,300

43
26

44

Sale

5% Nov. 28
40% Nov. 30
Nov. 27

94

'25% Sale"
21

26

% Sale

24% Nov. 23
25
Nov. 25
% Nov. 6
Nov. 25

60
10 %

Sale
82 %

6%'
8
6% Sale
Sale

6% Sale
5% Sale

6% Nov. 27
4% Nov. 27

Nov.

9

2d Installment

100 Arizona Power

52,766
•

170
267
800

8,200

52% Nov.

9

Nov.

2

96

30% Nov. 10
26% Nov. 25
7-16 Nov.
60

4

Nov. 25

6% Nov.

7

Nov.

9

com

65

58'

Sale

Associated Telep Utilities..
200 Barcelona Tr Lt 8c Pr ord_.50

3,125

"34*766

"""50
"

3" 400
900

*

Sale
Sale

Buff Niag Ac East Pow pref.25
1st preferred.............*

26
28

June 29
Mar.

7

Apr. 27
Mar. 25
Mar. 21

69

Nov. 13

58

Nov. 30

99

Nov. 25

55

Oct.

89% Mar. 20

% Sale
1-16
%

2%

% Nov. 18
i Nov. 2

1% Nov.
% Nov.

2
2

25
90

Nov. 20

85

17% Sale

6% Sale

6% Sale

5% Nov. 23

*10%

Sale

Sale" *10%

20*

Oct.

29

4

85
11

7% Nov.

9

*5% Sept. 30

Nov. 24

50

Nov. 24

53

Nov. 10

42

Oct.

Nov. 30

12% Nov.
% Nov.

9
4

17% Nov. 25

18% Nov.

10
Sept.
Sept.
20% Oct.
65
July

2

30
29
24

17

Oct.

2

16

9

100

5
19

Oct.

Oct.

19% Jan.
Nov. 28 120

106

112% 120
Sale

21

10 %

Sale

24

Nov.

113% 120

16"" Sale"

Sale

Nov. 27

9

12% Nov.

9

JaD.

24

8% Feb. 10
May 12

23% Mar. 27
11
91% Feb. 28
24% May 22
89 % Apr.

Jan.

26

20% Oct. 24
67
May 13
25% Mar. 23

Jan. 17
20
6 153
Feb. 13
6 120% Mar.
2

108% Sept. 18 109% Sept. 14
7% Sept. 22
28% Mar. 7
54% May 20 54% May 20

24% Nov. 12

27%

Nov."23

24

Oct.

8

15

25% Sale

Mar. 18

Jan. 15
20
JaD. 15
Nov. 20 109% May 14
Feb. 26
Aug. 10 30

Nov.

95

110

17% Sale

24 144

Jan.

% Nov. 18

65

3-16 ttov. 17

22

5

Nov. 24
Nov. 25

50
44

67 % Sale

100 Bridgeport Gas Light Co
•
475 British Columbia Pow d A..*
Class B
•
200

63,600
8,400

Feb.

55

144

1%
%

Bell

Brazilian Tr Lt 8c Pr ord

Feb.

Aug. 18

Nov. 30

Sale

15

Telep Co of Can
..100
725 Bell Tel of Pa 6%% pref..100
250 Birmingham Elec 87 pref-...*

522,010

6

7

Feb. 24

Nov. 25

350 Associated Tel 8c Tel cl A

19,200

Mar.

Aug.

58

150

5% Sale

....

1,600

Sale Prices.

55

81

135

paid.......

....

"""325

1.

Highest.

Prices

106% Oct. 30 112
49
Aug.
7 49
5
4% Oct.
31%
5
32% Oct.
86%
Oct.
2 111%
86
1
20% Oct.
54%
Nov. 25
25
30%
% Nov. 6
5%
8
59% Oct.
91%
Apr. 24 20
4% Nov. 27

Amer Tel & Tel—

100

JAN.

2

1931.

1.

Shares.

SINCE

Price

NEW YORK

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

AGGREGATE SALES.
In

47

EXCHANGE

CURB

YOEK

Feb.

21

23% Nov.

4

22

Oct.

1

Nov.

5

24% Nov. 12
91% Nov. 18

% Nov. 27
% Nov. 27
1% Nov. 27

% Nov. 11
% Nov. 7
2% Nov. 18

89

Oct.

87

40

Mar.

3

17% Mar. 10
27% Aug. 21
29 105
Aug. 18

Cables 8c Wireless—

2,300
5,100
500

29,600
57,100
16,000

Am dep rets pref sh

£1

3% Sale

%

% Sale

Am dep rets B ord sh

£1
£1

Am dep rets A ord sh

% Sale

2%

1

"~2%

%

%

T% "2"

"3",300
10
10

30

87 preferred

28,300 Cent

Hud G&Bt tc.......*

500 Cent Pow Ac Lt 7% pref

"i",io6
21,600

50

Cent Ac Southwest Util com.*

650
300

100

87 Prior lien preferred
87 preferred

920,382 Central
550

50

300

9,000
575

3,975

100

450

4,500
100

1,335
79,400

"3^200

Nov. 30

17% Nov. 12
87% Nov. 24

14

7

67

Nov.

7

85
Sale

71
10

4 Sale

3% Sale

2% Sale

7% Nov. 27
2% Nov. 23

10

Nov.

2

4

Nov.

2

17

9

18

76

63

*

9% Sale

3% Sale

57

Nov. 9
Nov. 12

36

3% Nov.

5

Apr. 11

87% Nov. 24

93

Mar. 19

Oct.

7
72

Nov.
June

Feb.

8
11

20

14
30
24

6

24% Feb. 11
5 101% Feb.
9
1
96
Apr. 23

Sept. 21

2

17
13

Mar. 19

19

97

Jan.

9

87

Mar. 18

37

Nov. 13

36

Nov.

40

Nov. 12

40

10

Nov. 12

50

1%
16

8
17%

1%

14%

5

17%

"71" Sale"
47%

49

33

Sale

29% Sale

Nov. 20

16

17

59% Nov. 18 60
Nov. 7
71%
29% Nov. 28 35
107% Nov. 25 107%
70

"Nov.

5

Nov. 14

Nov. 25
Nov.

9

Nov. 25

68% Feb. 25
4
Sept. 19 100% Feb.

50

40

...

Commonwealth Ac Sou Corp..
Warrants

5

18

Oct. 10
62
84% Mar.
100% Nov. 25 102% Nov.
100% June 24 104% Apr.
7% Nov. 27
18% Feb.
Oct.
6
2
19% Mar.
61% July 11
70% May
5
70
75
Aug.
Apr.
48
June
Aug. 21
58

88

Nov.

2% Nov. 28

78

19

Feb.

May
1
,103
28 110
June 26
Nov. 30
Mar. 10
31
July 20 104% Aug. 24

95

preferred
100
pref with warrants.. 100
pref without warrants.
conv pref
100
Conv pref opt ser 1929—100

75 Community P At L 86 1st pref*
279,200 Community Water Service..*

10% Nov. 10
72
Nov.
5

75

2% Sale

7%
6%
6%
6%

1,650 Cities Serv Pr Ac Lt 86 pref—*
*7 preferred.
3,250
*
29,800 Cleveland Elec Ilium com...*
420
6% preferred
100
Columbus Ry Pow Ac Light—
25
6% 1st pref series A
100
100
18,530 Commonwealth Edison

Nov. 30

9

72

..*

States Electric com.*

Warrants..
8,300 Cent West Pub Serv class A—

1,294,000

Sale

J

Feb.

3J

Oct.

97
14
103

Nov.

100% Nov. 25 102% Nov. 13

1,500

400

Sale

87 preferred—............*
84 preferred....
._...*

14,100

14

67

*
21,600 Cent Pub Ser? of Del com
Class A
•
413,800
350
86 preferred.............*

75

46,766

*17%

100

1,500
400

18

16

87% Nov. 24

15%

110
6% Preferred..
100
250 Cent III Pub Serr 86 pref
*
220 Cent Indiana Pow 7% pf.100
50 Central Maine Pow 7% pf.100

1% Mar.

May
May
Aug.

100

*

....

*

,

1% Sept.
63

400 Canadian Hydro-El 1st pf. 100
170 Carolina Pow Ac Lt 86 pref..*

300

% Sept.

Jan.

139% Sale

Sale

% Sale

1% Sale

136% Nov. 28 152

Nov. 11

2

1

Nov.

9

2% Nov. 20

4

Nov.

5

% Sale

% Nov.

3

57

Oct.

69

Oct.

1

26% Oct.
106% Oct.

19

6

130

% Oct.
2
May 13
2% Nov. 20

76
8

Sale

3

3%

2% Sale

65

Feb.

24

19% Mar. 17
17% July 28
82
Apr. 16
89
Apr. 13
52% Mar. 11
113% Apr. 23

June 29 107
June 29
Oct.
5 256% Feb. 26

107
221

8

3% June 19
Nov. 20
16

2% Mar. 10
85% Apr. 17
12% Apr. 15

Compagnie Generale d'Elec—
100

Am dep rets A bearer she—

Companla Hlspano Amerlc'no
de Electricldad S A (Chad).
475

.....

56%

59

10

150
30

30

69

Sale

50 Conn Lt At Pow 6 % % pref. 100

7,700
100

3,700
200

78,724
700

Con Gas E L Ac P Bait com..*

Class A preferred

90"" Sale"

74% Sale

..—100

17,800 Consol Gas Utilities class A.*
Class B v t c
..__.*
6,000

14% Sale
5
6%

3% Sale
4

2%

10

10

69
Nov. 30
77%
102% Nov. 18 103
3%
2% Nov. 28
4
4
Nov. 10

Nov.

9

Nov. 18

Nov.

2

Nov. 10

750 Consol Traction of N J...100

1,975 Cont'l G At E 7%

pr

pref

100

25 Dayton Pow Ac Lt 6% pref.100
200 Dixie Gas At Utilities com..*
525

3.600
3,200
25

100
9,825 Duke Power Co
.»
332,850 Duquesne Gas Corp com
28,900 Eastern Gas Ac Fuel Assoc..*
1,625
6% preferred
100
....

10",600
200

4,400
50

834,400
8,200
5,100
650

9,200

"""466
700
600

1,600
2,300
8,300
300

15$

% Sale
17

11

12

Sale

% Sale
8% Sale

12,732,700
82,200

48,700

78

Nov. 30

% Nov. 12
7

Nov. 27

82% Nov.

6

90

14

Sale

4

Sale

27

28%
5% Sale

20% Sale
80% Sale

4

26

4%

4%
28%
5

% Nov.
Jl% Nov.
82% Nov.

7*
82%
76%
3%
20%

65

Elec Bond Ac Share common.*

41% Sale
103% Sale

86 preferred
85 cum preferred

3,950 Elec Pow At Lt 2d pref A....*
Option warrants
212,000
150 Empire Dist Elec 6% pref.100
7,100 Empire G Ac F 7% pref
100
7,550
8% preferred.—.
100
9,450 Empire Pow Corp part stk..*
•
33,200 Empire Pub Serv class A
24,200 European Elec Co of Can A. 10
Option warrants
165,500
14,650 Florida Power At Lt 87 pref..*

20

Sale

Sale

16% Sale
72% Sale
62% Sale

8

Sale

49%
70
5% Sale

6% Nov.
27% Nov.
6% Nov.

3% Nov.
27% Nov.
4

Nov.

210
15
72

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

45

Nov. r7

5% Nov. 28

72

50

Sept 17
27

6

94

Nov,

88% Sept.

Nov, 18

24

6
6
4

14% Oct.

9

5

Nov, 30

54
27

3*

4*

Sale

21

Sale

% Sale
4

% Sale
80

Sale

52% Nov. 7
58% Nov. 18
Nov. 28
% Nov. 4

21

4

Sale

Nov.

4

% Nov. 30

% Sale
80

Nov.

2

55

Nov. 12

60% Nov. 18

5% Nov. 28
Aug. 17
6
39% Oct.
45% Sept. 23

Nov. 13

% Nov. 23
4% Nov. 17
% Nov. 2

xZ

Oct.

21

24

82

Nov. 13

38$

2iH

'Of H

8

Mar. 26
Mar.

2

July 27
Feb.

9

Feb.

24

Mar. 19

Mar. 31

Nov. 17 101

45
68

22

14
16
17
Mar. 20
Mar. 19

Sept, 30
Oct.

21

Feb.

Feb.

Nov, 27

61% Nov, 30

Nov. 18

9% Nov.

2 145

Oct.

210

22% Nov.
85% Nov.
71% Nov.

21 108
Jan.
14
14% Jan.

Nov.

3

Nov.

225

61% Nov,

Oct.

69

Nov.

Prior preferred......... 100

•
205,700 Eastern States Pr com B
14,000 Eastern Util Associates....
Convertible stock..
....»
28,400
610 Edison Elgc Ilium (Boston) 100

Jan.

14% Jan.
80

Sate

June 24

32% Sept. 24 68% Mar. 16
115
July 22 115
July 22
6 101
60% Oct.
Feb. 26
July 13
102% Nov. 18 108
2% Nov. 28 17% Mar. 11
8
Mar. 25
3% Oct. 24
9
41% Feb.
44% Jan
20
84
Oct. 23 103% Apr. 24
108

118^

......

150

June 24 103

103

150

10

2

% May 28
Oct. 30
% Oct. 23

80

Nov.

Mar. 5
37% Feb. 26
70% July 18

79% Apr.
1
89% Jan. 27
52% Feb. 26

iS*

JaD.

7

Mar. 18

4

Mar. 18

2 104

Mar. 18

Gen Gas At Elec—

10

600

25

•

A

44,600

2,900
7,800 Georgia Power 86 pref.....

30

*

13
96

15

Sale

1

80%

100 Gesfuerel Am dep rets
125 Gt Western Pow 7% pref.100
25 Green Mtn Pow $6 pref
50 Gulf States Util 85.50 pref.
50

2,800
200

50% Sale

52,500

86 preferred
Hamilton Gas Co

"64"

22% Sale

22% Nov. 30
35

3

1

86

81

o\M

86

1% Sale

com v t c—

35

7

Nov. 17

35

Sept. 22

20% Oct.

83% Nov. 27

87

Nov. 12

Nov. 12

55

Nov. 12

Oct.

Nov. 12

55

Nov. 12

85% June 26

86

June 26

94

1

1%

1

Nov.
Nov.

6
2

1% Nov.

2

Nov.

2

55

June 26

Oct.

62*

Nov.

60

July

25 Illinois Nor Util 6% pref..100

475

25
25

15

93

5,900 Illinois P Ac L 86 pref......*
1.168
6% preferred..
...100

85%

90

Sale

70

Sale

66

85

8
16

31

60

250 Haverhill Elec Co

62

Mar. 19

Apr.
70% Jan.

85
.....

300 Hartford Electric Light
v t c

78
83

15% Jan. 12
80% Oct. 31 100% Mar. 12
2
30
30
pr.
Apr.
2
eb. 24 105
Mar. 16
103% F
2

55
85
84

*

Nov. 17

32% Nov.

5
Nov. 17

37

86 cum conv pref ser B
700 General Pub Serv 86 pref
625 Gen Pub Utilities 87 pref..
General Water Wks <fe Elec

3,900

50

60

68% Sale
65

94% June 26
6
Apr. 11

67% Nov. 28

62

71

Nov.

7

85

2

70

-7

72

Mar.

Jan. 30
67% Nov. 28

93

Jan.

94% Apr.

15

88% June 15

62

95

24

June 22

Feb.

6

30

Indianapolis Pow At Lt—

25

1,500

6H% cum pref
100
10 Indiana Service 7% pref..100

1,000 Inland Util oartlc class A
*or footnotes •«»

page

\



56.

*

92

Nov. 19

92

Nov. 19

92

Nov. 19 107% Mar. 27

81% Aug. 13
2% Feb. 21

81% Aug. 13
4

Jan.

23

48

NEW

AGGREGATE

CURB

SALES.

In

November

YORK

Jan.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

700

1,200
38,000
21,400
346,200

PUBLIC UTIL. (Com.)
latercont Power com A__

Par

Bid.

*

Nov.

Ask.

2

Bid.

Nov. 30.

10

Internat Superpower.......*

21

3

35

17

534 Sale

r t

Sale

50

Sale

Nov.

9

Lowest.

Prices.

Sale

34 Nov. 13
30

Nov.

9

700

114
k

134

100

Sale
Sale

134 Sale
h
14

Sale

Nov.

6

10

Nov.

9

334 Nov.

9

k Nov. 25
50

Nov. 30

34 Nov.
2
5934 Nov. 10

lk Nov.
k Nov.
9934 Nov.

234 Nov.
34 Nov.
100

9
9

Nov.

2

75
30

3034

103

107

50

93

22

2434 Sale

Sale

22

100

95 X

350 Los Angeles G £t E
6% pf--100
425 Louisiana Pr 8c Lt $6
pref
*
200 Maine Gas
Companies com. '

Sale

Nov.
5 107
Nov.
Nov. 30
2434 Nov.

101

>

88,070 Mid-West States

88

99

May 13

3

7

_Mar. 23

Mar. 26

k Oct.
3
23f Mar. 21
9934 Nov. 28 110
June
3

65

85

90

Mar.

107

Nov.

17
97

Oct.

9834 Nov. 17

83

Oct.

Nov. 21 101
Nov. 21
Nov.
5
9034 Nov. 17

10034
11534
3634
11234
10734

101

2

Sept

6

1

Sale

2

lk

6k
Sale

534
6k
lk Sale

5k Nov. 27
lk Nov. 16

Nov.
80 34 Oct.
Mar.

634 Nov.
134 Nov.

£1

334

2

X5H

5

2k

8 34

Sale

1734 Sale

23 34
Sale

22
2

Sale

"~6k Sale" "5
11

Sale

9

334 Nov.

9

3

234 Nov. 24
2334 Nov. 19
5

5k

9k

54

Sale
Sale

Nov. 25

9k Nov. 30
48

Nov. 28

Apr. 21
334 Nov. 9
22
Sept. 24

9

25

k

Nov.

2

2434 Nov. 23
634 Nov. 2

1134 Nov.
70

34 Nov. 17

9

Nov. 10

Oct.

1

£2334 Sept. 29
5

Sale

34 Nov. 20

234 Nov.

Oct.

9

May 15
Sept.17
Mar. 21
Mar. 10

Mar.

4

9

434 Feb.
4

Feb.
5
June 26

7

2934 June 27
434 Mar. 25
35

Mar. 10

1234 Feb.

Oct.

84
8
48

34 Nov. 17

3

Aug. 28

Nov. 25

Aug. 17
2534 Mar. 10

Sept. 15

Nov. 28 101

34 Nov. 17

6

11

29 102

Oct.

Util class A *

10

3

334 Nov.
18
2k

534 Nov. 27
134 Oct.
5

5k

Sept.

Aug. 19

July 29
111
July 25
10334 Apr. 13
3734 Mar. 25

37

Am dep ret

2,100 Mass Pow & Light Assoc com.
1,800
Preferred...
26,800 Mass Util Associates r t c_._*
1,725
5% cony preferred
50
72,300 Memphis Nat Gas com.....-*
Metropolitan Edison Co—
2,320
$6 pref series C
617,880 Middle West Util com...
.*
14,800
$6 conv pref ser A
*
4,200
A warrants
B warrants.
3,200

15

31

1 34 Oct.

7

9534 Nov.

83" "90""

5

24

24
21
434 Feb. 24

34 Sept. 21

Nov. 13

Nov. 28 107

Marconi Internat Marine

.

234 Apr.
2
3334 Mar. 17

49 34 Oct.
98
July

96

10234 105 J4 107

100

of Can

Sept. 30

Sept. 30 104
34 Aug. 19
34
Aug. 28 10
9734 Oct.
9 100
100

7

8
14

10 h Oct.
6
45
Feb.
2
Nov. 28
1034 Feb.
88
June 15 100
July

10

..100

Marconi Wirel Tel Ltd...
2,000
Bearer shares

9
Feb.
Jan.
3-16 Feb.

45

95

5% preferred series D..100
7% cum pref series B...100

14,030
Communication
673,400 Marconi Wlrel Tel

34 Nov. 18
Nov.
9
3-16 Feb. 14
34 Nov. 9

30

34 Nov. 27

c_.*

*

Sale Prices.

13

Nov.
Nov.

101

234 Sale

Highest.

Prices

20

2

c__

81,000 Long Island Light com
3,505
7% preferred
3,550
6% preferred series B

1.

16

100 Kansas Gas & Elec
7% pf.100
Kings County Lighting

1,000

JAN.

34 Nov.
1034 Nov.

::::: :::::

14 Sale

175

Preferred Art

10 k Sale
13
18
3
Sale

20

214

Sale

k Nov. 18

2134

33

Highest.

Sale Prices.

30

Internat Util class A.......*
Class B
*

700 Kansas City Pub Serv

Lowest.

Ask.

Hydro-El $3.50 cony pref.*
Warrants
Class A warrants

Iowa Sou Utilities
7% pref 100
153,900 Italian Superpower cl A
42,200
Warrants
1,950 Jersey Cent Pr & Lt
7% pf.100
1,455
6% preferred
100

100

2.

Ask. Bid.

Int

3,920
Participating pref
*
33,300
Warrants for class B stock.
2,090 Interstate Power $7 pref
*

SINCE

2

1931.

3,000
2,135

RANGE

Price
Jan.

1.

Shares.

EXCHANGE

Mar.

3

234 Feb. 21
334 Feb. 11

23

Nov. 20

25

Feb.

11

9,700

Midland Nat Gas partic A.
100 Midland Util
16% pr lien.100
40
7% preferred A
100

34 Apr.
74 34 Sept.
63

250 Minn Power & Lt
7% pref. 100
735 Miss River Power pref
100

10,050
1,800

Mohawk & Hud Pow

92

lst^pref.*

97

•

98

Second preferred

Monongahela West Penn
925

Pub Service 7% pref
25
25,650 Montreal Lt. Ht & Pow
270 Mountain Sts Pow 7% pfd.100

23

25

5,600 Nat Elec Power
650
50

class A..

*

7% preferred

Nov. 20
73
Nov. 18 122

Nov. 18

Nov. 28

Nov.

122
22

24

14

15k

12

1434

100

6% preferred

Nov.

69

Sale

13

9

2034 Nov. 10

16

Nov.

2

7

100

94
16

95 34
20

32 34 Sale

78
13

Sale

l&X

30

40

253
563

200 Nat Toll Bridge common A.
175 Nebraska Power Co

35
Sale

7334 Sale
1134
1434

7334 Nov. 30
1134 Nov. 18

37

40

30

2534

35

Nov.

5

8134 Nov. 11
13

Nov.

9

40

Nov.

9

250 Nevada-Calif Elec

5634 Nov.

2

5

New

160
10

520

:\\

5,950

50

75

$7 Prior lien

Nov.

4

5

Nov.

4

75

60

Nov.

5

60

Nov.

5

com.

100

79 34 Sale

59 k

Sale

6134 Sale

2

68

Nov.

Nov. 12

63

Nov. 12

9

12034 130

114

150

N Y Power & Light $6
pref.
7% preferred
100
40 N Y & Richmond Gas
6% pf,
23,600 N Y Steam Corp com....___*

10,550 N Y Teleo 6k% pref
100
2,087,283 Niagara Hud Pow com....10
335,783
Class A opt warrants......
63,200
Class B opt warrants
Class C warrants
18,300
16,825 North Amer Light fit Power.*
925
$6 preferred
.._*
10,210 Nor Amer Util Sec com.....*
...

500

100

Sale

100

106
46 14

lS
4 34

134
60

234

Sale

55

71

53

65

11434 Sale
7 k Sale

8

Sale
534
Sale

Sale

1

Sale

1

2k

Sale

234 Sale

62

32

38

Sale

26

60
1

70

55

3

2

Nov.

2 100
Nov. 17 107

Nov. 28
64
Nov. 14 11534
734 Nov. 28
934
34 Nov. 5
134

Nov.

100

101

Sale

234 Nov.;
34 Nov. 10

8634 Sale

85

100

96

97

97

Sale

90

Sale

90

3

Feb.
Feb.

9
11

21

8334 July

June 26

99

Jan.

Oct.

Sept. 4
1434 Apr.
6
101
Apr. 16
105
July 23
11734 Aug. 31
99
Sept. 4
Mar. 16
89
118* Mar. 13'
Mar. 10
15

Oct.

Oct.

112
6 s

Nov. 27j
Nov. 161

87

Nov. 12
Nov. 10

97

Nov. 27! 96
Nov.
9
Nov. 25 100
Nov.
2
Nov. 30
9334 Nov. 24

Oct.

Oct.

3

Oct.

8

Sept.
Oct.

33
73

Oct.

Mar. 10
Mar. 10
Mar. 19

86

Aug.
3
Aug.
1
434 Mar. 17

34 Sept.
Jan.

28

June

25,

83

Nov. 271105
Nov.

95

10434 Feb.
52

16!113

6
June 25

Apr. 21
Mar.

9

17 10834
Apr.
6 15234 Mar.
Nov.
10934 Mar.
Nov.
101
Mar.
Oct.
1
Oct.

20
20
23

Jan.

14

102

Sale

25 k

Sale

2634 Sale

Sale

'l934 Sale'

97

90

June

94

Mar.

107

44

99
4

13

100

.....

*

.....

16 k

12

5k
1434

12 '

14

Nov. 30

2634 Nov.
2434 Nov.

Nov. 27

94
Nov. 30 100

9
6

Sept.

-----

3

Nov.

106

100

100
5

Nov. 25

Nov. 30 104

Nov. 20

Jan.

78

-----

July

5
108

100

Sale

99

61

Sale

21X Sale
25

54

lk

Sale

Sale

52

134

54

134

*

96
28

32

Nov. 23

134 Nov. 18
1734 Nov. 23

101

8% pref....25
75 Phila Traction Co
„_50
Piedmont Hydro-Elec Co
10
American dep rets
Option warrants new
12,300

52

28

Nov.

7

134 Nov.
2134 Nov.

56

2
9

Nov.

Apr.

9734 Oct.
103

34

Feb.

4434 Oct.
134 Sept.
1734 Nov.
Oct.

IVi
34 Nov. 25

34 Nov. 25

Feb.

4

.....

Mar.

36

32
-V--

1.966 Power Corp of Canada

June

34 Nov.
May
22
Sept.
43

nlOO

Feb.

10334 June
55

Nov. 23

55

.

9

101

534

♦

Jan.

July 29
2734 Aug.
3

Nov.

May
734 Sept.
1534 June
1534 Oct.

Nov. 25

45
30

93
18

5

11134 Sept.14

99

18

11X

4,750 Pa Power & Light $7 pref...*

Oct.

Nov. 30

21

20
101

12

2434 Oct.
2334 Sept.

5

9
11134 Aug. 24
10734 Apr. 24

Nov. 27

15

14

Nov. 30

2534 Nov. 17
2434 Nov. 6

30
5

1634 Feb.

Mar.

6
94

93

15
14

10

Sale

9

Oct.

Sept.
100 34 Sept.
9234 Oct.
106
Apr.
26 %

22

143

4634 Jan.

Nov. 10

9

7% pfd.100




75
86

7134

107

.........

page 56.

5

0

June

1

New preferred

100 Providence Gas Co
*
50 Pub Serv Colo 7% pref...ll00
4,200 Pub Serv El & Gas $5 pref...*
20 Public Serv of Ind pref
100
20 Pub Serv of Ind 7% pr pref.

Mar.
Jan.

Nov.

103

90
Sale

87

9

1,050 Peninsular Telep Co com...*

see

110

Aug.

67

1

100 Ohio Edison Co $6 pref..
*
Ohio Power 6%
pref
100
400 Ohio Pub Ser 7% 1st
pf A',100
950 Oklahoma Gas 8c Elec pref 100

425 Phila Elec Co $5 pref
500 Phila Elec Pow

9

Sept. 23

63

22

14 Nov. 23

2,990

$6 Preferred

4

103

Sept.

Nov. 9
Nov.
9
Nov. 9
334 Nov. 11
14 Nov. 10

91

...100

34,100 Pa Water 8c Power
41,100 Peoples Light 8c Power cl A.*
7,500 Philadelphia Co new com...*

24

10934 Mar. 19

Sept.
70
Apr.
5834 Oct.

May

Nov. 12

95

135

...»

8

.Tan.

52

125

50
7% preferred
50 Penn Cent L & P $5 pref
3,600 Pa Gas 8c Elec class A
100 Pa Ohio Pow & Lt

Apr.

91

Feb. 11
87 k Mar.
5
5
Nov.
4

Nov.

94

com. 100

200 Pacific Pow 8c Lt 7% pref.100
26,100 Pacific Pub Serv class A__._*
New common
1,400

26

7134 Sept.

a*

Oct.

100

53

83

100 North Texas Elec pref
100
400 Nor'west States Utilities
10 Northwest Util 7% pref...100

For footnotes

60

Aug.
6
Mar. 21
Jan.
7
Apr.
9

2134 Mar. 19

ISov.

100
95

114

i

7% preferred
100
175 Nor N Y Utilities 7% pref.100

300

5

2

35

775

1,400 Oklahoma Nat Gas pref..100
118,500 Pacific Gas 8c Elec 1st pf._25
5 34% 1st preferred
8,000
25
1,475 Pacific Ltg Corp $6 pref..
*

June 25

10434 Apr.

4934 Nov.

Nov. 28

65

k

First preferred
10 North Boston
Lighting com.*
5,965 Norlnd Pub Ser 6% pref. .100

900

Oct.

1134 Oct.
Apr.

25

1434 Apr.
98
Mar.

100

7% preferred
6% cum pref....

1134 Oct.
5
7334 Sept. 30
July 31

106

com.

7% preferred...

Corp

31

l\A
94

preferred..

Engl Telep & Te!eg._100

Nor States Pow

5934 Nov.
63

1,200
2,175

40,555
3,557
4.965

10734 Apr. 11

2534
23 34 Oct.
6 6934
69
Nov. 20
9334
120
Oct.
9 14934

68

16

Aug. 31

107

104 34 Oct.

25

$6 prior lien pref........
$6 preferred
New

Oct.

Oct.

110

97

*tngl Pub Serv

100 New Orleans Pub Serv

275

100

com.

18

26

4934 Nov. 28

pref__100

425
$7 preferred
240 New Engl Power Assn
8,800
6% preferred

66

10934 Sept. 10

70

Nat Power & Light—

25,900
$6 cum preferred
.*
31,000 Nat Public Service com cl A.*
4,700
Common class B
...._*
1,250
$3.50 cony preferred
...*
3,425
7% preferred
100

Oct.

10534 Mar.
Nov. 10
9434 Nov. 24
90
Oct.
Nov.
5 100
Nov. 11
89
Oct.
Nov.
7 9834 Nov.
9 x92 34 Oct.

20

73

80 Mountain Sts Tel & Tel..100

234 Jan.
6
8434 Feb. 19

Nov. 23

55

Nov.

73 k Oct.

Mar. 13

Apr. 20
2834 Feb. 27
1134 Apr. 14
1934 Apr. 14

21

June 19

July
3
July 23
1334 May
5

*93 **
78
109

Feb.

10

11234 Aug. 25
107

June 12
7034 Mar. 6
2634 Feb. 16
3134 Mar. 5
107
July
6
34
Mar.
2

3734 May 28
4

June

1

Mar. 18

9

6034 Mar. 20
22
Sept. 23
rlOO

Feb.

16

10434 May 25
55

Nov. 23

7934 Oct.

10

NEW

CURB

YORK

MG&EGATB
In

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November
Shares

49

EXCHANGE

Jan.

1,
PUBLIC UTIL.

(Concl.)

SINCE

1.

JAN.

2
Nov.

1931.

Shares

RANGE

Price
Jan.

Par

•
1,775 Public Service of Nor 111
Com $100 par stock
1.550
..100
150
6% preferred
.......100

Bid.

Ask

Bid.

2.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.
144

Sale

201

Ask.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

150
150

170

130

6 258

Oct.

Feb.

11

Oct.
6 269% Feb. 25
May 14 130
May 14

Pub Serr of Oklahoma

475
40

6% prior lieu

.......100

380

7% prior lien

.....100

90

10

50

1

86

70
11

76

Nov. 13

Nov.

5

68

Nov.

5

24

22% Sale
10

*

com

7

68

2,125 Railway & Light Securities.*
5,200 Rhode Isld Pub Serf pref...*
400 Rochester Cent Pow

3
93
Sept. 12
24 104% May 21
31
Nov.
5
87% Sept. 8
42% Mar. 3 50% Mar. 7

72% Nov.

.

1,100

72
68

Nov.

6

24

9

24

Nov.
Nov.

6

22% Nov. 30

6

22

Sept. 29

4

Sept. 30

10

200 Rochester G & E pref C...100

2,000
51,300

Preferred D

92

100

Rockland Light 8c Power..10
25 Scranton Elec $6 pref..
*

3,700

20

25 Seaboard Pub Serr $6 pref.
14,000 Shawlnlgan Water ft Pow..*
300 Sierra Pacific Elec 6% pf. .100

""206

16

Sale

75
12

12%

74
Sale

200

90

11"

Nov. 30

13

Nov.

9

6

Oct.

27 100% Jan.

Oct.

Oct.

6

81% Nov. 13

1

60

July

2

Oct.

50 % Sale

Sept.

2
6

60

Mar. 23

Nov. 13

81% Nov. 13

25

Sale

Nov. 28
1% Nov. 16
z28% Nov. 20 x28% Nov. 20
24% Nov. 30 25% Nov. 17
23
Nov. 27 23% Nov. 4

Oct.

8

Oct.

23

Nov. 27
June

June 11

58,100

40

Southern Colo Pow cl A

25

7% preferred

19

22%

250
30

5.551
1,100

2,900

61.900

100

Southw Bell Tel

100 So'west Lt & Pow $ pref

400

700

T660
2"600

%

19

16% Nov.

5

% Nov.

17

5

132

3%
117

175

4%
Sale

% Sale
100

175

2

4

118

122

Nov.

Nov. 16

130

Nov. 23 130

3% Nov. 27
117

2%

Sale

2%

1%

Nov.

40

24

37
95

50
98 %

21%

24%
25

74

78

18

21

20

19%
21
71% Sale
%
3

71% Nov. 30

55

Sale

50

63% Nov.

29

Sale

Nov.

5

7,900

Twin States Nat Gas part A."

30% Sale

29

Nov. 30

97

45,600 Union Natural Gas of Can..*
276.145 United Corp warrants
62,800 United Elec Serr purch warr.
American shares
5.800
2,669.450 United Gas com
._.„_*
$7 preferred
87.300
*
Warrants
292,700

"""700
82,500
7.300
34,800
75,900

1,339.500

United Lt 8c Power

315

9.615

Oct.

2,705

56,305
1,700

100

$6 cum 1st pref

»

United Pub Service Co com.*

300 United Rys & El Bait

18,900
900
275
20

36,400
2,200

359,000
11,800
2,400

com.

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 12

68,700

250

3,725

Class B

c

14%

15

6%
5%

7
5%

% Sale
7%
86

Sale

3% Sale
53%
55

2% Sale
Sale

11% Sale

Sale

1

Sale

Sale

5%
4%
%

Sale
Sale
%

2%

Sale
Sale
Sale

0%
%
9%

'""166
300

90
6

94

62

Sale

48

*

1,950 Western Power pref

107,
Nov
5% Nov
4% Nov

100

STANDARD

Mar.
Feb.

4
24

Mar. 18

2

Oct.

1

10

6% Nov.

27

2
May
Sept. 28

4% Nov. 18
3% Nov. 9

Nov. 27

Sale

17
48

Nov.
Nov.

30
27

Nov. 27

9
2

Nov.

30

9

Oct.

Sale

IX

2% Sale
% Sale
98

98
9

105
Sale

5

23

Sale

15

2% Sale

48

Nov. 28

1

99
Sale

102

4% Sale

19

11

4%
53 X Sale
99
103%

42

43

96

105

37

Sale

2% Nov.
1% Noy.

17

96

Nov.
Nov.

6

5% Nov.

4
5

4% Nov. 30
10
Nov. 19
58
Nov. 28

15% Nov.
73

6

83
99

iV

Nov. 12

48

5
43

93% 100

43" Nov.' "7 "43"" Nov." "7
97

Nov.

40

7

10

Feb.

3
23

Mar. 12
Jan.

23

Mar.

7

Jan.

3
9
20

6

Feb.

26

Oct.

Feb. 27
Jan.

8% Feb. 27
2% Mar. 3

5 108

Mar. 31

Nov. 23 105
Apr. 24
1
Oct.
14% Feb. 26
Nov. 19
31% Mar. 6
Oct.

Oct.

6

98 AT Aug. 31
Feb/ 10
27

22 100
1

Oct.

1

16

mi

5

Jan.

11% Jan.

5

21% July

95

9

Mar. 19

Nov. 28

96% Jan.

95% Nov. 14

12
94

Nov. 27

3% July 30
1% Sept. 30
2
% Oct.

9
7

Nov. 23 100

99

n

Mar.

Jan.

4%
34%
69%
Nov. 30 104%
Oct.

Nov. 30

1% Nov. 21
% Nov. 24
91% Nov. 24

6

'88

Sept. 22

Nov. 16
Nov.
9

Nov. 28

.

2

Oct.

Sale

1

14

30

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

10

10

May 26

100 Western PL Ac Tel class A.—*
50 West Tex Util $6 pref
»
30 Wisconsin P Ac L 7% pref.100
FORMER

6
2

May 22
Feb.
3
Jan. 23

3

30 109
,.7
Nov. 25
30
6% Nov. "

4%
2%
47%
%
8%

100

v t

a*

Mar.

Mar. 20

110% Aug. 13
June 24
70% Feb. 18
9 112% Mar.
Oct.
5

.50

7% preferred

6

95

July
107

com with warr
Stock purchase warrants._
Utah Power & Light pref. 100

450 Virginia Pub Serv 7% pf..l00
4,375 West Massachusetts Cos
*

21

Mar.

Nov. 27

1% Sale

U S Elec Pow

345 Utica Gas & Elec 7% pf—.100
585.800 Util Pow 8c Light Com..
*

49% Mar. 23

Sept. 17 110

23 %

A._

6

Feb.

Class B__.......

com

Feb. 26

50

Nov. 30 101
4
May

31% Nov. 12

Nov. 27

Nov.
9
68
48% June 15

6

June 30 110

110 Union E L 5c P (Mo) 7% pf-100

6,500
18,500

9
15

Mar. 10

Sale

9

Jan.

8
26% June
Aug. 24
24% Mar. 20
104
May 27
9% Apr.
2
6
161% Mar.
6
6% Aug.

Oct.

7

96

47 %

■M*

5

Nov.

24% Nov. 6
21% Nov. 23,
82
Nov. 20'

21

Aug.
8
29% Aug. 10
May 14

5 123% Sept.
4
Feb.
7
97
6% Feb. 25

Oct.
Oct.

June

68

32%

31A

Nov. 20

1% Nov. 7
68
Nov.
9

Nov. 27
Nov. 23

6

Nov. 27

2 118% Nov. 28
80% Nov. 9

Nov. 20
Nov.
9

1

1%

1

Oct.

Nov. 23

3% Nov. 27

125 Tex-La Power 7% pref....100
450 Texas Pow & Lt 7% pref..100
210 Toledo Edison 6% pref...100
110
7% preferred
...100
100 Trl State Tel & Tel com
*

20

5

Oct.

% Nov. 7

80% Nov. 23
3%

*

...

150

1

10

May 27

7% pref.100

Sou'west G & E 7% pref..100
Southwest Gas Utilities
*

30 Springfield Gas Lt (Mass)..25
*
18.300 Standard Power & Lt com
Class B common........
12.000
*
Preferred
4,508
1,900 Standard Pub Serr class A
4,750 Swiss-American Elec pref.100
250 Tacony & Palmyra Bridge
22,800 Tampa Electric Co
*
900 Tenn Elec Power 7% pref.100

"'GOO

17

20

%

•

com

190 Southern New Eng Tel...100
400 Southern Union Gas.....

100

16%

100

Southern Nat Gas Co

9

Jan.

6% preferred series A

100

93% Sept.11

9 104% Apr. 22
Nov. 16
Nov. 28
Oct.

200
5% cum partic orlg pref-_25
200 Sou Calif Gas Co 6% pref..25

3,800

18

1 108

300

200

Mar. 27
July 29
Mar.
3
Mar. 26

8

July

16,100 Sou Calif Edison pref A—25
Preferred B
25
51,800
42,200
25
5%% pref class C_.

5,766

50
Feb. 25
28% Mar. 19

July 28 94
June l7 100

108% Sept.

250 Sioux City G & E 7% pref.100
200 Southeast Gas & Water cl A.

1,200
1,500

Feb.

96% July

2,160 Puget Sound P&L$6 pf
*
$5 preferred
*
1,070
475 Quebec Power Co, com.....*

Mar. 11

May 22

62% Feb.
105
July
21% July
93% Mar.
101% May

23
16
11

22

OIL

SUBSIDIARIES

200
300
100
150

600
400

9,200
17,300
300

3,750
7,700
4,900
6,125
5,650
5,800
172.900
354,546
20,400

1,200
1,200
8,900

400

5,600
250

180

100

37
104

25

...

7
42
91

10

7

47

39

100

91

42
97

26%

29

22

27

Cumberland Pipe Line.....50

24%

Eureka Pipe Line...
..100
Galena Oil Corp
......*
Humble Oil Ac Refining
.25

24

54

Sale

Imperial Oil (Canada).....
Registered
...._*

11

Sale

1

28
30
1%

10J
11%
8% Sale

1%
1%
50% Sale
9%
10
9%
10%
8%
8%

Sale

10

J

34%
Sale

12%

So West Pa Pine Lines.....50

32

Standard Oil (Ind)___

21% Sale

19% Sale

16

16

Sale

23%
35%

Sale
Sale

Sale
24

39% Sale
91

95

3

4

18

36

9% Nov. 27

30

14%

21

39

19

37

11

54

20% Jan.

28

Sale
40

Southern Pipe Line.......10
South Penn Oil
.......25

48

28

13

10

101% 104
3%
7

5

Nov.. 9

Nov.

1% Nov. 10
50% Nov. 28

14%

6

30,590 Standard Oil (Ohio) com..25
4,300
5% cum pref..
....100
1,200 Swan At Finch Oil Corp
25
280
7% preferred...........25

26
28

14

81

25

Oct.

7% Nov. 19

35% Sale

Ohio Oil 6% cum pref....100
Penn Mex Fuel
..25

Standard Oil (Kentucky).. 10
9,500 Standard Oil (Nebraska)...25

Oct.

88

12

Sale

1,457,500
359,687

39

94% Nov. 28

Nov. 25
Nov. 27

78

Sale

9

50

Nov. 12
Nov. 12

94% Nov. 28

7
12

10

......10

Northern Pipe Line

10
40

75%

....12.50

10

9%

9% Nov. 21
8% Nov. 2
9% Nov. 10
8% Nov. 20
33
Nov. 19
79
Nov. 24

New York Transit

25,200
5,400
23,510
6,810
9,300
79,900
2,950

400

17,300
1,100
2,650

10

Buckeye Pipe Line........50

Chesebrough Mfg

20.800 Indiana Pipe Line
29.200 National Transit

3,100
100

111,000

Borne Scrymser Co........25

22%

85% Sale
1%
16

2%

,

13

Nov.

13

Nov. 19
Nov.
7

39

6

18% Nov. 30
15% Nov. 25
23% Nov. 30
35% Nov. 28
85% Nov. 25
3

Nov.

4

12
45

16

6% May

Nov. 13
Nov.
9

1% Nov. 10
61% Nov. 7

1

47%
7%
7%
5%
8%
5%

Oct.
June

Nov.

2

35% Nov.

2

20

86

9

79

3

72

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Sept.
Sept.
Nov.

12

Nov.

5

11% Nov.

4

Nov. 12
Nov.
7

10
11
9

Nov.

7% Nov. 19
14% Nov. 12
15% Nov. 9
40
Nov. 12
23% Nov. 7
18

6

18

17

Sept.
15% Oct.

13% Oct.
16% Oct.

26
45% Nov.
90% Nov.

9

35

4

Nov.

4

85% Nov.
2% July
10
Mar.

3

22

23
Feb. 25
Mar. 23
Jan. 15
Jan.

15% Jan. 10
Apr. 17
23% Jan. 27
41
Aug, 26
Jan.
383
Feb. 13
233
Jan.
7
363
Jan.
6
623
106
Apr. 20
4% Aug. 21

Oct.

25

Nov.
9
Nov. 19

3

213
173
143
2
Nov.
353
102% Jan. 13

Oct.

12

7

Aug. 18
Aug. 27
Aug. 17
Feb. 13

18% Jan.

Oct.

9

Aug.

56
Aug. 15
129% Apr. 30

June

11

July

7

OTHER OIL STOCKS.

8,400
6,000
45,400
8,800
300

400

249,100 American Maracaibo
»
104,900 Arkansas Nat Gas com.
*
Class A
541,500
—*
Preferred
46,400
10
6,700 Atlantic Lobos Oil c**._.
Preferred
11,000
...50
British-American Oil Co

1,100

"6"I6o
13,800

400

37.700
100

2,900
3,200

25"666

196,400
20,900
55,200
1,800
205,800
25,000
16,300
106,700
1,325
326,900

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

6%

7%

5% Sale

% Nov.
2% Nov.
2% Nov.

6
4
4
4
7

4% Nov.
% Nov.
% Nov. 23

% Nov.

2

3% Nov.

9

% Oct.
2% Oct.

% Nov.

1
5

2

3% Nov.
9
5% Nov. 18

5

Oct.

3% Sept. 24
% Feb. 18
% July 22

7

% Nov. 16

1% Mar. 6
6% Feb. 17
6% Feb. 17
7
Jan.
8
1
Mar. 24
3% Apr.
4

£1

18,200
Coupon stock (bearer)..
1,800
Registered shares.........
199,300 Carib Syndicate com ......25
118,500 Colon Oil Corp common....'
Columbia Oil Ac Gasoline—

10,200
11,100
5,500

H Sale
5%

5%

16

Sale

9% Sale
8%
9%
% Sale
% Sale

in*

9% Nov. 27
% Nov. 28
% Nov. 30

11% Nov.

9

6% Oct.
5
7% Oct.
8
% Nov. 28
% Nov. 30

% Nov. 18

1% Nov. 12

16%
10%
2%
3%

Jan.
2
Apr. 23
Feb. 16
Mar.25

'

Vot trust ctfs

Consol Royalty

Cqiden Oil Co

........*

Oil.........1
•

common

Preferred

Creole Petroleum

5

Sale

2%

kale

Sale

2% Sale

2% Sale
1

1%

% Sale

1%

.....100

Corp.....*
Corp...

3% Sale

*2"" Sale"

"2% Sale'

Crown Cent Petrol

Darby Petrol Corp

.....•

"4% ""5%

Derby Oil Ac Ref com.......*
Preferred
Gulf Oil of Pa

...»
25

65% Sale

2% Sale
2% Sale
25
52

50
Sale

2% Sale
2%
2%
34

1% Nov. 5
1% Nov. 18
%
1%
il %
%
2%
2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

27
16
30
20
2

Nov. 24

2% Nov. 2
1% Nov. 16
1% Nov. 4

44% Nov. 28

Oct.

3

1% Nov. 18
% Oct. 19

2% Nov. 25

1

2% Nov. 9
% Nov. 20

1X Oct.
% Sept.

3
3

Nov.
Nov.

5

5

25

45% Sale

1

57% Nov.

7

June 29

7% Feb.
6
2% Jan.
8
3% Jan. 26
15

Jan.

9

5
9
2
May 19
1% Oct.
6
25
Sept. 16

40% Mar. 24

38

76

3% June 25
% Feb. 13
5

Feb.

6

Feb.

13
13

June

2

9% June

25 Honolulu Oil Corp Ltd

8

9% June

8

6
15

16% Feb.
16% Feb.

10

Jan.

9

Indian Terr Ilium Oil Co

1,000
1,400

35,445
14,600

For footnotes

see

Non-voting class A
Class B

page 56.




....*
*

14

Sale

13%

Sale

6%
8
6% Sale

8
10

6% Nov. 25

7

Nov.

9

6% Nov. 16'

6% Nov.

6

5% Oct.
5% Oct.

10

f.

L

J:t

50

NEW

YORK

AGGREGATE SALES.
Since

November

Shares.

3,700
200

33,500
8,800
1,700

2
1931.

OTHER OIL STOCKS(Cond.)

Bid.

Nov. 2.

Ask.

X
14 X

Sole
Sale

Sale

Ask.

Sale

X Sale
Sale

X Sale
10 X

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

X Nov.

10 X

10

Lowest.

Highest.

Prices.

Sale

X Nov. 12

2

Nov. 28

Sale

Prices.

12X Nov.

Sale

5
Sale

24

Sale

5-16 Sale
3
4X
9
Sale

5-16 Nov. 27

3X Nov. 23

4X Sale
2X
3X
3

2

2

2

4

2

Nov. 27

2X
X

3
2

IX Nov. 18

2X Nov. 11

Nov. 27

9

X Nov.

9

Sale Prices.

11
1
8X Oct.
8
X May 13
5-16 Sept. 30
2 Si Sept. 30
7X Oct.
6
X Jan;
8

Nov. 17
10** Nov. 9
X Nov. 6
4** Nov. 2

Sale

3X

X Nov.

3*1

Highest.

Prices.

3-16 July
7% Oct.

9

Sale

5

.....

"i"S66

1.

Jan.

278,600 Intercontinental Petrol
It
*
771.800 Internat Petroleum com..
400
Registered Shares....
*
13,500 Kirby Petroleum
115,800 Leonard Oil Development..25
10,400 Lion Oil Refining.........
258,841 Lone Star Gas
.♦
242,700 Magdalena Syndicate.......*
7,700 Margay Oil
.*
17,300 Mexico-Ohio OH Co
.*
8,800 Michigan Gas & OH Corp..^*

7,300
49,700

JAN.

SINCE

! Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

EXCHANGE

CUBB

X Jan.

9

15X Jan.

9

1X Feb. 21
IX Mar. U
OX Feb.
«
29
Jan. H
X Apr. IV,

Nov. 27

2

IX Jan.
IX Oct.

Jan.

5

bi

4X Apr. 30
8X Jan. 12

29

X Oct.
X Oct.

Mar. 10

13

6
2

17

Middle States Petroleum—

900

100

34,700
Class A vot trust ctfs
..*
29,000
Class B vot trust ctfs.....*
389,900 Mo-Kansas Pipe Line....
5
Class B ▼ t c
92,900
...I
6,200 Mountain 8c Gulf Oil
1

4,400

57,500 Mountain Producers Corp. 10

2,200
18,400
400

130,300 National Fuel Gas
4,700 New Bradford Oil
1,500 New England Fuel Oil

14,100
900

.*
5

9,600
537,000
89,000
279,800
71,620

500

IX Sale
X Sale
IX Sale

AM Sale

3% Sale

2X Sale

Sale

14X Sale

Va

5X Sale

21!
1;

Sale

•

400 Nor Amer Oil Consol

6,100
8,700
6,100
12,320

X
M
2X Sale

2x

IX Sale
o

A

A
2

IX

14X
X
IX

Sale
H
2

14

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

30
6
30
13
27
28

Nov.

IX
X
IX
X
X
2X

2

X Nov. 23

.

IX Nov.
X Nov.
2X Nov.

4
5
5

3-16 Nov.

6

IX Nov. 30
X Oct.
5
X Aug. 17
2X Sept. 30

X Nov. 27
3X Nov. 9

17** Nov. 12
X Nov. 5

._.*
North European Oil com....*
Pacific Western OH Corp...*
Pandem Oil Corp
•

Pantepec Oil of Venesuela.

2X
3%
% Sale
QH Sale
5-16

IX

Sale

Sale

Sale

2

Sale
X Sale
5

IX

IX Nov. 28
X Nov. 17

4*1

4X Nov.

7-16 Sale

4.X Sale
X Sale
X Sale

3-16 Sale

%

2

X Nov. 2
X Nov. 10

Sale

9
8
7
6
8

9

Feb. 10
IX Jan.
7
2*1 Apr. 9
OX June 11
3X Feb. 10
2*1 Mar. 19

20 X

2X Nov.
X Nov.

Oct.
6
June 2 3
Sept. 8
June 11
1
Sept. 23
X Sept. 19

5*1

2% Oct.

11**
X
IX
OX

...10

North Cent Texas Oil

4X Jan.
IX Jan.
Jan.
X Jan.
** Jan.
5*1 Jan.

11

Nov.

June

6
16

15

3-16 Nov.

IX Nov.

X June

1

2

Feb. 20
X Feb.
9
Feb. 21

Petroleum Corp of Amer—

700

24,300
99,600
94,400
3,300
1,500
76,000
43,800
2,300

8,000
1,800
180

"5~,906
600

100
200

Stock purchase warrants.Plymouth Oil
.5

Red Bank Oil

7.300
81,700
1,100
115,000
278,800

1,200
6,400

"9,200

Root

Refining

cum

pref

Prior pref

*
*
10

...

"2",400

Salt Creek Consol OH

1,500

Salt Creek Producers

9% Sale*
X
X

X Nov.
8X Nov.

2
2

X Nov.

2

Nov. 25

56

X Nov.

2

Nov,

7

X Nov.

9

10

62

MINING

IX

"lX

Sale

% Nov. 17
X Nov. 24

'3X'"7X
....

3X "2X

Sale

A*

Sale

H

a

"iX

"i%

^

X

X

Sale

4X
9'

4

4X Sale

2X Sale
9X
Sale

8

21

Nov.

1

Nov. 11

2

12,125

400

625

300

12,600
4,300
3,200
131.900
90,000
1,800

X June
3
X Nov. 24
IX May 29
5
Aug. 31
X Nov. 16
1
Sept. 22

5X Sale
14** Sale

3%

Sale

2M
4X
4X Sale
7-16
X
Sale

6

Nov. 16

X Nov. 16
IX Nov. 7

Nov. 10

Nov? 5

Nov.

6

3X Nov. 25

4X Nov.

9,

3% Nov.

4X Nov. 9
on Nov. 20

X

X Oct.
3 Si Oct.
2

4

7-16 Nov. 14

7-16 Oct.

26

X Oct.
9
2X Oct.
2
11X Sept. 30

6X Nov.
15X Nov.

9
6

X Nov. 24

14X Sale

IX

*

Saie

X

X

!X
X

X Nov.

4

X Oct. 10
IX Sept. 21

a

j^'Nov. 20

X Nov.

2

x May 11

lxs

Sale

.

7

Jan.

"8~, 300
9.500

.

""180

"2,966

Bunker Hill Ac Sullivan.

10

13-16

Sale

46

Voting trust certificates...

24** Sale
nx
23

600
*

V.SOO
4,700
"

600

*

10,200
25,000
105,500
64,300
7,500
101,300
51,100
500

5,300
3,300
21,300
100

T.666
200

3,600

IX

Carnegie Metals

10

Chief Consol Mining..
1
Comstock Tun Ac Drainage lie
Consol Copper Mines
...1

Sale

X
X
X

X
X
X

2^ Sale

27** Sale
17X
30

24X Nov.

2

,39

Nov. 13

23

Nov.

6

30

Nov. 12

23

23

.....

**

X

X Nov. 16
X Nov.
6

Sale

1

Eagle Plcher Lead Co

Nov.

IX

5

Nov.

Sale
Sale

58

6 J*

Nov.

600

1,000
4,000
26,425
3,100

17,700
34,200

6,071
12,600
3,200
19,600
39,000
171,625
8,700
83,700
496,900

X Sale

"h ""X

4

9-16 Nov. 11

IX Nov.

7-16 Sale

Nov.

7

X Nov.
X Nov.

2
9

80

2

X Nov.

2

7-16 Sale

6X

1,800
13,400
5,700

69,820
2,500
24,400
343,850
57,900

Gold Coin Mines

Nov. 23

5

6

X

Goldfield Consol Mines

Sale^

5

X

X

Sale

"X "~x

1

X Nov. 30 13-16 Nov.
9
1-16 Nov.

X Sale

4
9

"9-16 No"v."i3

4

X Nov. 20

1-16 Nov.

7X Sale
OX Sale
4X Sale

3-16

4 Si
5X

Sale
Sale
2X Sale

A,
3-16

m
5-16

5X

a5X

4X Nov.

5

Sale

2X
X

Sale
1
2X

9-16 Nov.

1

3-16

5-16

24X Sale

2

Nov. 20

5

2X Nov. 28
6

X Nov. 4
X Nov. 12
24X Nov. 30

300

5,400
200

20,500
200

"lY, 800
""300

23,700
8,120
7,800
282,700
2,400
3,200
399,900

500

*
10,000
221,000
56.000
70,000
319,000
80,000
3,000
456,000
130,000
90,000
22,000
101,000
548,000
52,000
173,000

$
51,000
4,767,000
476,000
828,000
2,927,000
1,133,000
82,000
3,348,000
531,000
309,000
407,000
808,000
9,046,000
392,000
780,000

"""700
14,100

1,70$

15

18

13**

15**

5-16

1

7-16

3-16

5-16

5-16 Nov.

17" Sale"

Sale
Sale
12X
14X
IX Sale
X Sale

28X Nov.

4

43 x
10
1

sale
11

Sale

13X
1

X

1

3X

14
IX
Sale

10X

2H

t
25

Quincy Mining
Roan Antelope C Mines Ltd
St Anthony Gold Mining..

X
13 X

Sale

7X'

SX

1-16 Sale
*
5

So Amer Gold At Plat

1

Standard Silver Lead

15M Nov.

5

Nov. 20

15

For footnotes

see




June

Sale

3

15-10

Nov.

7

3X Oct.
1
2
Sept. 30

9-16 Nov.

6

4

X Nov. 10
X Nov. 12
26Sl Nov. 11

2X
2X

~r

6X

Sale

4
I

2X
5
IX

6X

Si Nov. 10

21 Si Nov.
15
Nov.

10

4

IX Nov.

9

x Nov.

2

3-16 Nov.

4

May

5

X Mar.

6

1
OX Mar. 21
IX Mar.
2
4
May
5
X Nov. 10
Si Mar. 24
28X Apr.
7
8?* Apr.

4

3X

9

7X

1-16 Sale

Nov.

13-16
3
10
1-16

2% Nov.
7X Nov.
1-16 Nov.

2X

Sale

2*1

2X Nov.

Sale
1

2% Nov.
X Nov.

X

5X Sale

4X

Sale

X
8

Nov. 10
Nov. 18
Nov.
Nov.

9
2

3X Nov. 6
2% Nov. 30
X Nov. 5
X Nov.
9-16 Nov.
5X Nov.

4% Nov.

1-16 Nov.

Sale
Sale

5X Sale

3X

"X "I"

"X

3X

3X Nov. 27

5X Nov.

1

Nov.

6

1-16 Nov. 25

Ltd....

2X Nov. 28
X Nov. 20

...ff

9

Nov. 10

X Nov. 16

Mining
....1
Copper Mining....!

4

14

Mar. 17

21

Sept. 30! 20*
I
21 51
1 58 X
17 15
12
I**
10
X

X May 25 11
X
25..
13X
9%
X
X

Mar.

Apr.

8

Oct.

9

Mar. 11.

8

Sept.
Oct.
Sept.
June
June
.

Apr.
Apr.

6
"4

Jan.

14

Feb.

25
9

Nov.

Mar. 19

Feb.

24

9
Sept.23
4X Apr.
9X June
2 -14** Mar. 31
IX Apr. 13
x Sept. 18
2
Sept. 30
OX June 17
3
Sept 21
18V* Mar. 20
2

Sale

Wenden

Yukon Gold Co.—

6

X Sept. 21
17X Sept. 30

Nov. 13

31

4

1-16 Nov.

Utah Apex
...1.5
Utah Metal Ac Tunnel.......1

Wrlght^Hargreave*

4

9-16 Nov.

IX Nov.
17*1 Nov. 10

Nov.

1

1-16 Nov.

Tonopah Belmont Devel
1
Tonopah Mining
...1

Walker

7X Sept.

4

5

12X Nov.

9-16 Nov.

United Verde Extension....5

74

7X Mar. 30
1 X Mar. 30
3*1 Feb. 27
X Feb. 27
X Jan. 23
2
Feb.
9
X Jan. 22

8

9

VA

1
...1

16
28
30
IX Mar. 16
Jan.

Jan.

Sept.

Nov.

*

Premier Gold Mining....

Sylvanite Gold Mining
Teck Hughes

Sept.

10
7
29

Jan.

15

1-16

Jan.

Jan.

144*

11

5X Nov.

7

6

28 **
15 X

—.25

.....5

6

300 United Zinc Smelting.....

7,300
3,700
7,200
110,000
15,400
3,400

Feb.

Mar.

N Y Ac Hond Rosario M._..10

Feb.

3

May 16
IX Nov.

.

Nipi8sing Mines
Ohio Copper

Mar. 30

5-16 Nov. 24

10

Mining Corp of Can........5
Mohawk Mining
..1.25

New Mont Mining Corn ...10

2
2

Jan.

2

X May 13
1-16

Amer dep rets, ord reg

Lucky Tiger Comb G M

2

IX Jan.

Sept.21

7

"~X

44X Mar.

Apr. 24

X Jan.

546 Nov ."24

Govt Gold Mining Area—
American deposit rets

Moss Gold Mining Ltd
New Jersey Zinc

29

Jan.

55 X Nov. 30
Oct.
5
Oct.
3

5X Nov. 27

1-16 Nov.

..1

Golden Centre Mines

Sbattuck Denn Mining
500 Silver King Coalition...

100

5X Feb. 24
X Oct.
9
13
24** Jan.
9
11
Jan.
7
IX Jan.
7
3X Feb 25
2X July 11
12 X Feb.

Mar. 18

1

Mines.........1

500 Pond Creek Pocahontas

200

Aug. 12
7X Jan.
2

Sept. 26
Sept. 29

9

5-16

IX

55** Nov. 30
5-16 Nov.

5

Evans Wallower Lead....... •

2,800 Pacific Tin special stock....*

8,100

10
13

7

20
June 13

Nov. 17

2

London Tin Corp Ltd—

200

10

IX Jan.
7X Jan.

Oct.

9

Sale

20

46,300 Hecla Mining Co
...25c
60,700 Holllnger Consol G M......5
198,500 Hud Bay Min 8c Smelt
*
3,500 Iron Cap Copper..
.....10
200 Isle Royale Copper Co
25
2,100 Kerr Lake
5
3,900 Klrkland Lake G M Ltd_._..l
22,300 Lake Shore Mines Ltd
..._1
200

15

Feb.

3

13-16 May
4
53
Feb. 25

May

*i Oct.

1-16

Engineer Gold Mines Ltd...5
Falcon Lead

3X Jan.

Aug. 14

---

2% Sale

X Nov.

Consol Cortex Silver Mines..!

610 Consol Min Ac Smelt Ltd...25

37,900

l",306

American shares

1,300 Copper Range Co
25
115,900 Cresson Consol G M Ac M....1
217,400 Cusi Mexicana Mining
1

'

27
31

Aug. 31

5

STOCKS

Bwana M'kubwa Cop Min—

2,800

3
9
10
21

_

"

9
21

4X
83X
2X
2X

6

11

•

X Sale
IX
IX
X Sale

IX Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
11
Jan.
OX Aug.
19

May 25

3X Oct.

5X Nov. 2
14*1 Nov. 30

10
5

5

Nov. 25
Oct.
5

56

Nov.; 1

!**

300 Arizona Commercial........5

3,325

Oct.

X Sept. 26

3X

Tx

IX

4-

viK

25

10 Universal Consol Oil

X June 23
6

1

IK

10

Shreveport El Dorado

115,450 Venesuelan Petroleum
5,100 Wood ley Petroleum Corp
69.300 Y" Oil 8c Gas Co

20.500

Sale
59 X Sale

10

34,800 Texon Oil Ac Land Co
*
21,900 Union Oil Associates......25

15.550

X Sale
8X Sale

*%

3X

Southland Royalty Co
*
Sunray Oil
.....5
100 Swiss Oil Corp
5

17,400

1
Sale

•

Reiter-Foster Oil Corp
...*
Richfield Oil of Calif pref. .25

4,000 Royalty Corp pref
18,200 Ryan Consol Petroleum...

200

X
17

Producers Royalty Co......*
Pure OH Co 6% pref
100

.

1-16 Jan.

2% Nov. 30
X Oct.
6
1-16 July 22
9-16 Nov.

5

2X Nov. 9
X Nov. 20

9

4
Sept. 29
1-16 Feb. 20

X Jan. 26
3X Nov. 27
IX Mar. 31
X Oct.
8

X Jan.
S| Oct.

IX Nov. 11
3-16 Nov.

8

Sept. 30

2

3-16 Jan. 26
Mar.
6
6
Mar. 17

2*3

May 26
X Sept. 26

9*

June 20

Apr.

6

June

16

Jan.

13 H
1
1

.

2 '-10
2
5

2

Mar.

6

Mar. 31

June 26

June 26
Feb. 16
Feb.

1-16 Nov. 25

3k
IX Sept. 29
X Feb. 14 7-16

28

Aug. 27
Apr 20

BONDS

Abbott*! Dairies 6s...

1942

Alabama Power 4Xe
1st Ac ref 5s

1967

5s

1968

Aluminum Co

a

98 S*

Sale

88 X

Sale

f deb 5s..1952

103

Sale

104

Sale

Sale

98

Nov.

88

Sale

87

Nov.

99

97

1954

Sale

98X Nov,

92

Nov.

X

98

Nov.

86** Oct.
98X Nov.

97

99 X

Sale
99M Sale

102

99*1 Sale

Nov.

100 X Nov.
99X Nov.

97

..

99

Nov.

100 x Nov. 10

1948

75

Nov.

Amer Aggregates 6s
.1943
Amer Commonw Pow 6s. 1949

48

Nov.
Nov.

sox
s48X
37X
32**

Aluminum Ltd

5s

'77

Amer Elec Pow deb 6s... 1957
Amer Gas Ac Elec deb 5s ..2028

Amer Gas Ac Power 6s....1939

5s

page

1953

56

33 X
28

Sale

22

Sale

20

Sale

22

Sale

21** Nov.

35

Sale

Deb 5Hs—
1953
Am Community Pow 5 H* 1953
Amer Ac Continental 5s.. 1943

Sale

46

97

Sale

Sale

89

X Sale

78

32
49

Nov.
Nov.

46

Nov.

39

Nov.

Nov.

97X Oct.
75

Nov. 18

48

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 10

20

Nov.

Nov. 10

21X Nov.

Nov. 19

32

Nov.

Nov.

X

56

Nov. 10

49

Nov.

4

,

Sale

48X Sale

101
Aug.
99 X Jan.

13
7

18
11
2
105X Apr.
101
Apr. 24

104 Si May
105 X Aug.

77

Jan.

9

83

Jan.

7

64 X July 31
70 X July
8
83 X June 25

84X Nov.

93

52 *i Nov. 13
Nov.
9

Nov.
Nov.

6 70X Apr. 14
40X Oct.
84 Si Nov. 28,101
July 27

78

Nov.

2

63

50

Nov.

9

40

85

Sale

42

Sale

40

63

Nov. 23
Nov. ll1

94

June 24

70X July

7

YORK

NEW
AGGREGATE

CURB

SALES.

In

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November

51

EXCHANGE

Price
Jan 2
1031.

Jan. 1.

Nov.

2.

SINCE

JAN.

I.

Lowest.

Highest

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

™

S

299,000
26,000

BONDS

American Power At Light
6s without warrants..2016

4,435,000
866,000

Deb s f 5s.._...
1948
4% notes.
1933
407,000 Amer Seating 6s
1936
1936
81,000 Amer Solv At Chem 6s
6 H® without warrants. 1936
14,000
2,554,000 Appalachian El Pr 5s
1956
Appalachian Gas Corp—
Conv deb 6s
...1945
6,829,000
Conv deb 6s series B
1945
4,150,000
290,000 Appalachian Power 6s...2024
4,003,000 Arkansas Pr At Lt 5s
.1956
5s new
1956
93,000
33,000 Arnold Print Works 6s...1941

123,000
120,000
51,000
230,000
~

7,666

101k Sale

Bid.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

82 k
92

Sale

82k Nov. 30

Sale

92

65 k

85k Sale

Sale

Nov. 28

91k Nov.
96k Nov. 14

5"O",666
841,000
V
1,000
324,000
1,000
1,081,000
67,000
698,000

106,000
5,250,000 Associated Elec 4H«
1953
113,000 Assoc G At E conv deb 4 ^81948
6s without warrants
1948
718,000
5s
bil968
14,918,000
5s registered
26,000
1968
5Ks
1938
2,978,000
1,000

60

Oct.

77

Nov. 27
Oct.

70

46

Nov. 10

Nov. 25

Ilk Nov. 28

39
10

91

Nov. 30

98

91

10

Nov. 28

21k Nov.

95

Sale

92 k Sale

Sale

17 k

Sale

10

Sale

Sale

16
92

10

Sale

88

Sale
Sale
Sale

77 k

49 H

Sale

'97H Sale'

8k Nov. 30
92

Nov.

86

Nov. 28

Nov.

9

286,000
68,000
2,000

Nov.

7

Nov.

9

77 k Nov.

2

60

Sale

71

9

2 100

93

Nov. 20

45 k

Sale

44

44 k Nov. 30
52
Nov. 11

71

Sale

47 k

Sale

45

Sale

65

Sale

41

Sale

39 k

Sale

Nov. 28
89
8 k Nov. 30
75
Oct. 28 106 k
Nov. 28 102 k

Feb.

10

Feb.

3

90
86

May 25
May 21
98k Sept. 1 100k Aug.
5
75 k Nov. 20 86
July 23

Nov.

50

6

Nov.

28

Sept. 24

Nov. 17

54 k Nov. 10
52
Nov. 11

60

Nov. 20

94

Mar.

4

Jan*-

82
80

Mar.

4

77

Feb.

27

76k Jan.

9

6

38

/'Oct.
401 Oct.

1

49k Oct.

26

1

41k Sale

Sale

55

Sale

46 k

Sale

34

91

40 k
53 k

Sale
Sale
46 k Sale

Sale

38

Nov. 24

46

Nov. 10

35

Oct.

Nov. 10

45

Nov. 10

45

Nov. 10

45

Nov. 10

40 k Nov. 30
s53
Nov. 24

46

k Nov. 9
.65
Nov. 7
54 k Nov. 10

36

Oct.

6

73

Mar.

45

Oct.

6

40k Oct.

1

96k Jan.
9
80k Feb. 28

45

Nov. 30

Sale

81

Sale

73 k
63 k

Nov.

Sale

23

Nov. 24

47 k Nov. 13
25
Nov. 25

95
84

34
25

Sale

95

Nov. 30

95

Sale'

72 k Nov.

75

2

Nov. 30

•

57

Sale

57

4
Nov. 30

78 k Nov.
9
73
Nov. 10

89

Sale
Sale

Nov.

96

6

Nov.

9

99 k Nov. 13

43

Nov.

94

Nov. 23

30 k Oct.
20
Oct.
95

9

60k Apr. 16
57
103

18

Feb.

90

Nov.

53 k Oct.
50
Oct.
89
Nov.

Jan.

Aug. 21
9

92k Mar. 23
May 18
103 k Sept. 9

slOO

Nov.

99 k Nov. 13

38

1

May
6
80 k Feb. 28

45

1960

Atlantic Fruit At Sugar 8s 1949
Atlas Plywood SHs
1943

.

17k Apr. 22

68k Sale

6.000 Atlantic City Gas 5s

19,000
204,000

20"666

25

Oct.
6
56
Mar. 24
55
Mar.
3
Nov. 30 104 k May 14

10

18k Nov. 10

75 k Nov. 20

86 k

Sale

Conv deb 5s

1950
99,000 Assoc Simmons Hard 6 Ha 1933
33,000 Assoc Telep Co Ltd 5s
1965
3,024.000 Assoc Tel & Tel 5H« A...1955
4,282,000 Assoc Tel Util 5H«
1944
6s
249,000
1933

14,000
2,000
269,000

4
6

Feb.

72

85

63$* Sale

....1950

14
23

24k June 30
Sale

1,523,000 Assoc Rayon Corp 5s

86,000

17
11

97k Feb.
98k Apr.

Nov. 28

Nov. 24

11
100 &

5H® registered
1938
4k® series C..........1949
53^s
1977

11,766,000
759,000
11,639,000

Oct.
108
Apr.
Nov. 28 102k Apr.

82k Nov. 12

65k Nov. 30
Nov ..2 7

71

77
42

91X Sale
96k Sale

Assoc Dyeing Ac Printing—
6s with warrants
1938

"83,660

80
92

Rolling Mills

1,535,000
1,604,000

284", 666

Ask.

Amer Radiator deb 4 Ha --1947
Amer

104,000
67,000
29,000
7,000

Bid.

(Continued)

1

362

Sale

Nov. 20

9

Jan.

3

Jan.

38

Oct.

$62

Jan.

2

Mar.

9

Mar.

4

12

Baldwin Locomotive Works

834,000

27,000

5H%

Bates Valve Bag 6s

aw

—

m

—

401,000
341,000
337,000
13,000
6,000
■

31",660
1,000

$95

50,000

96

"

•

147,000
67,000
30,000
37.000
*»

*.

Mb

mm

«*'

"6,000
29,000
299,000

646,000
468,000
636,000
296,000

Canada Cement 5H®
Canadian Nat Rys 7s
4H®

1,858,000
3,704.000
557,000
35,000
1,036,000

87",660
564,000
16,000
8,000
8,000
173,000
199,000
81,000

Carolina Pr Ac Lt 5s..... 1956

1,000

94 k

Sale

95
Oct.
94 k Nov.

110

97 k Nov. 13
Nov. 12
97

84 k Feb.
89
Oct.
89 k Nov.

8*
W

Nov. 12

90

Sept.

107

90

Nov. 13

85

90

94k Nov. 30

94 k
93 k

Sale
Sale

90 k
90

Sale

90k Nov. 30

Sale

Sale

89 k Nov. 30
90k Nov. 30
85
Nov. 25

Sale

82 k Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
82 k Nov.
96
Apr.

100
99

Mar. 23

100k Oct.
100
Sept.

.105
103

Aug. 14

104 k Jan.
102
Oct.

106

106

Apr. 23
Sept. 14

97

4

106"

Z.

106" Nov." 14

Nov. 14

.1935

Nov. 11

83 k Nov.

9

107

Sale

100k Sale

99 k

Sale

99 k Nov. 30 101k Nov. 17

83

Sale

79k

Sale"

78 k Nov. 30
86
Nov. 24}

74 k

Sale

.1956

103

Sale

~82k Sale

Without warrant

Caterpillar Tractor 5s__. .1935

102k

Sale

96k Sale

Cent Arizona L Ac P 5s... 1960
Cent German Power 6s_. 1934

74

73
96

Sale

92 k

93 k
92 k

Sale
Sale

93 k

Sale
Sale

Nov. 20 s76

Nov. 17

92 k Nov. 30
93 k Nov.
2
91
Nov. 28

5s Series G

77 k Sale
89
Sale

........1968
1981

new

77 k
89 k

Sale
Sale

75k Nov. 12
98 k Nov.
7
95

Nov. 14

96

Noy. 14

77

Sale

76 k Nov. 28

85

Nov. 10

85

Sale

85

Nov. 28

92

Nov. 17

77

Nov.

81k Nov. 13

87 k

Sale

2

87 k Nov. 30
97
73

94

Nov.

7

Sept 15 1954

5s series A

9,000
3,162,000
1,331,000
280,000
961,000
1,000

98

Oct.
Oct.

M

Nov.

87k Nov.

68

Oct.

Oct.

81

Mar. 21

28

Sept.

11*
77

Mar. 23

47

Sale

40

Sale

Sale

57

Sale

55 k

Sale

Nov. 28
37 k Nov. 28
54k Nov. 23]

73 k

Sale

76

Sale

72 k Nov.

6

78 k Nov. 10

86 k

Sale

86 k Nov. 23
64
Nov. 25

90k Nov. 12

37

95

Aug. 21

32

Sale
Sale

1959

101

49k Nov. 10

38

Sale

May 13
May 14

93 k July 31
1
104k June

44 k Nov. 10

35

60 k

6
9

4

70k Nov. 24

71k Sale

Nov.

Mar.

96k May

Nov.

Sale

77

Deb 5H®

70k Sept.

Nov.

Sale

34

6

Mar. 24

97

Sale

Sale

Jan.

9
19

73

41k

59

Feb.
Jan.

98 k Sept.10
107k June 19
2
,88k July
88
Aug. 27
105
May 28
loik Feb. 20
101k July 20

92 k Oct.
93 k Oct.
90
Oct.
89
May

77

5

May 21
May 27
Aug. 20

79 k Nov. 13
82
Nov. 12

35
1948

Oct.

Z?*
85

June

97 k Nov. 20

Nov. 25
Nov. 19

75
States Elec 5s

Oct.

74

Mar. 30
Feb.
3

111k May 18
102 k May 14

Sept.

100 k Aug.

1955

ent

102

Oct.
98
Oct.
98 k Jan.
80

Nov. 18

...1957

5s series D

Nov. 11 101

94 k Mar.

lent Maine Pow 4H® E..1957

4H® E

82

75

84k Nov.
Nov.
90

Central 111 El & Gas 5s... 1951

4H« series H

98

70

82

.1947

20-year guar 4H®
.1951
Can Nat Steamships 5s.. .1955
Capital Admin 5s A..... .1953

2,132,000
871,000
162,000
421,000
28,000
14,000
86,000
2,456,000
10,802,000
4,188,000
5,136,000
1,909,000

585,000

6 102

100 k Nov. 16 101k Nov. 20

Copenhagen 15-yr 6s..1940

58,000
1,035,000
2,539,000
5,420,000
127,000
169,000
235,000

Sale

90 k

103k Sale
Sale

102 k

Burmeister flt Wain Co of

6,000

89k Nov.

95 k Nov. 19

6

1942

with stock purch warr
46,000
332,000 Beacon Oil 6s with warr. 1936
2,000 Belgian Paper Ltd 6s..1943
1955
2,207,000 Bell Tel of Canada 5s
1st M 5s ser B June 1 1957
2,477,000
5s series C
1960
1,564,000
955,000 Birmingham Elec 4Ha—-1968
1959
514,000 Birmingham Gas 5s_.
i
77.000 Boston & Albany RR 4k« *78
353,000 Boston Consol Gas 5«
1947
302,000 Boston At Maine RR 6s...1933
27,000 Brooklyn Boro Gas 5s A.1967
105,000 Buffalo Gen Elec 5s
1.1956

6"f,656

89 k Nov.

notes ...........1933

Nov. 25

104k July 31
94
May
7
96k Mar. 19

Nov.

9

30

Oct.

65 k Nov.

7

35

Oct.

95

Nov. 25 104

52

95

Nov. 25

Mar. 24
87 k Mar. 26

June 11

Ihicago Dlst El Generating
26,000
28,000

34,000

4H» series A

2,600,000
936,000
5,448,000
205,000
220,000
67,000
260,000
36,000
132,000
6,000
340,000

'

■

-

—

-

—

-

71,000
.»

w

W.

-

-

7,000
5,000
19,000

1935

99

Sale

50

855,000
216,000
249,000
2,417,000
69,277,000

218,000
63,000
593,000
30,000

Sale

5s certifs of dep reg
Igar Stores Realty—

-

78,000
5,000
8,000
91,000
5,781,000

91

Deb 5H®

•
_

1970

6b series B

72k Sale
86

5s

1950

46 k

Sale

Sale

1955

70k
72 k

Nov. 17

Sale

75k Sale

Nov.

53
62 k
102

44

Oct.

28

64

Oct.

15

60

Oct.

2

7ZM Apr. 21
90k Jan.
9
96k Feb. 10

40k Oct.
39k Oct.

5

76

5

82k Mar. 23

Sale

Nov.

9

53

Sale

s50k Nov. 23

57 k Nov.

9

Sale

52 k
57 k

Sale

62 k

Sale
Sale
Sale

51 k Nov.
4
57 k Nov. 30
62
Nov.
2

57 k Nov.
62
Nov.
68
Nov.

5
46k Oct..
57 k Nov. 30
59k Oct.
6

Jan.

8

83
89

Jan.

8

Jan.

.15

84

Jan.

26

102

Nov.

1941

105

July 20 107

5s series B

1961

104

5s

1939

2 108 k
Nov. 28 107

Co 5s_.

104 k

Sale

102

Sale

Nov.

56

Deb 7s

leveland Ry

102

Mar. 20
June 25

Nov. 11

50

75

50

'52 k Sale

Mar. 20

May 29
Jan. 21

66 k Nov. 27
Nov. 16

4

Nov. 24
66 k Nov.
2
50
Nov. 30

Sale

Sale
Sale

46
66

69

80

deb

5

Nov. 11

1927

5Hs series A
1949
Uncinnati Street Ry 5H«1951

Conv

Nov.

70
55

72 k Nov. 6 94
86 k Nov. 23 102 \
64
Nov. 25
95k
39
Oct.
73
6
58
June 25
58

2 104 k Nov.

Nov. 28 104k Nov.

41

Sale

39

Nov.
6
Nov. 11

41

15

15

102

7

Nov.

32 k

Sale

32

Nov. 12

33

Nov.

Nov.

Apr. 22
Jan.

27

Sept. 10
Sept. 11
94
Sept. 25 100 k May 21
36k Sept. 30 85 k Jan. 13
15
Nov. 11
19
May 19
31k Apr. 11 43
Jan.
5

2

1933

2 107

Oct.

1

299,000
63,000
84,000
191,000
780,000

142,000
3,000

37,000
,

—

—

14,000
39,000
196,000

2,784,000
1,126,000
781,000
2,146,000
6,233,000
57.000
137,000
677,000
14,000
114.0001
285,000
136,000

153,0001
358,000
4,651,000

505,000
743,000
50,000

764,000
1,602,000
189,000
57,000
4,976,000
11,384,000
985,000
10,000

79k Sale
100k Sale

4s series F

lOO" Sale

.....1981

1st mtge 6s
1st mtge 5a

49

Sale

Sale

32

Nov.

56

Nov.

Sale

Sale

94

Nov.

98

Nov. 21

32
92

Nov. 301

94

96
96
82 k

Sale

98

Nov. 12

94

Oct.

Sale

Sale"

95 k Nov.
93 k Nov.

97

Nov.

2

Sale

Sale

82 k Nov.

88 k Nov.

7

64 k

1937

4Ha series C__........ 1956
4H« series E
1960

Sale

66 k Nov.

9

1943
1943

63 k

Sale

60
114

5H® series E..........1952
5s series F............1965
4H® series G..........1969
4H® series H
1970
1st ref

V

80,000
148,000
7,000

Bank 5H®—

lommonw Edison 4HI...M

s

106 k

Nov.
Nov.

114 k Nov.13

105 k Nov. 14 106 k Nov.

Sale

2

102 k Nov." 4 102 k Nov." 12
99
Nov. 16 100
Nov.
6

Oct.

87 k Mar.

6

29 105 k June
21 105 k June

3

Oct. 20 103k
82
Oct. 29
94k
110k July 10 116
107
Apr. 30 nok

May
Aug.
Apr.
July
92
57
Oct. 26
July
114
Nov. 16 119k Sept.
101k May 27 101k May
105

98

Oct.

92 k

Sale

89

2'

03 k Nov. 20

23 k Nov. 27

18k Nov.

5

Sale"

18 k Nov.
5
32
Nov. 12

44

k Nov. 13
Nov.

30
75

5]

80

Oct.

17

Feb.

89 k

Sale
Sale

80

Sale

66 k

Sale

94 k
65

85

Sale

84

Nov.

88 k Oct.

Feb.

8

Sept. 10
29 105k Sept. 15
19 99 k Sept. 8

Sale

20

Sept.15

106

4 106

99

f 4s........... 1981

23
17
29
6
17
3
27

109

Oct.

103 k May
102 k Nov.

6

lonsol Gas Utilities—

6Hs with warrants
1st Ac coll 6s

ser

\

1943

..1943

< lonsol Publishers 656®—1936
< on sol Textile Ss
1941
<
<
C
(

40k

98k Sale
101k Sale
81k Sale

80

Nov.

2

2;

94 k Nov. 28
64
Nov. 27

97k Nov.

5

Sale
Sale

73 k Nov.

91

83k Nov.

90k Nov.

9

Sale

38
43

Sale

2

Oct.

81
88

5 100
35
13

Mar. 19
Mar. 19
Jan. 26
Mar. 10

94 k Nov. 28 105k May 22
64
Nov. 27
88k Mar. 19
82 k May 28
95
Jan. 15

96

Jan.

38
43

Nov.
5
Nov. 30

9

96

Jan.

9

(

40.000
7,000

117,000
7,000

Series A with warrants
5s series A without

For other footnotes see page 56




warr

43

Nov.
5
Nov. 30

47 k Nov. 19
45 k Nov. 20l

73k Apr. 18
45k Nov. 20

52

NEW

aoobsoatb
In

November

-

24,000
32,000

60~6O6
27,000
31,000

Crane Co Ss
.......1940
Crucible Steel 5s..__.
.1940
Cuban Telephone 7H1«..1941
Cuban Tobacco 5s...1944

Cudahy Pack deb
5s

1937

....1.1946

Cumberland CoPScL

4$£s

Ask

100x Sale
96 k Sale
103k Sale
94 K

101

Sale"

Nov. 2.
Bid.
95

85

Ask
Sale

Sale

Nov. 30.
Bid.

93
74
82

Sale
Sale
Sale

"87"" Sale"
98

Sale

Ask.

Sale

Sale"

*56

6,000

m '999
A Salt Lake Ry 6a..1960
74,000
6s series A.
1950
933,000 Detroit City Gas 5s B...1950
1,184,000
6s series A.
1947
844,000 Detroit Int Bdge 6ka—1952
251,660

35-yr

s

f deb 7s

Dixie Gulf Gas

1,297,000

84)4

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale Prices.
96
Nov. 9
80
Nov. 23
89
Nov. 11

87"""Nov.30

"Nov." "2

98

99 k Nov.
89
Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov. 6

5
2

98)4 Nov. 9 99 k Nov. 17
102 k Nov. 14 102 k Nov. 12
Nov. 19

75

82

Nov. 10

105

20

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

8K Sale

95
100

Sale
Sale

9)4 Sale

Nov. 30 98
Nov. 9
97
Nov. 2 103k Nov. 12
Nov. 17
8)4 Nov. 2 11
95

Duquesne Gas 6s

lk Nov.
883

Sale

65

Sale
9

1945

6H% notes..
Mar 151935
7,339,000 Eastern Utll Invest 5s A 1954

1,660

183,000
626.000

5s registered

Sept. 30 103
Nov. 30 101k
Sept. 22 107
42
Oct. 22
55
83 k Oct. 27 100
98
Nov. 30 103
85
Nov. 6 100
98 k Nov.

99
75

105

31",660
1,000
50,000

248,000

57"

Sale"

35k Sale

Pow A Lt 5s

2030

41,000 Elec Pub Serr 5Ks C
1942
370,000 El Paso Nat Gas 6k« A.. 1943
265,000
4Ha..„.............*.1938
361,666 Empire Dtst Elec 5s
1952
3,136,000 Empire Oil A Refining 5 Hs '42

100% Sale

83 k

Sale

64)4

Sale'

Sale

33"" Sale*

A

<AA

100)4 Sale

99)4 Sale
62)4 Sale

78"" Sale"

62
99
s7

Nov.2 «75k Nov. 27
Nov. 16
99
Nov. 16
Nov. 5
9k Nov. 27

32

Nov.28

'46" ""Nov." 10

100k Nov. 30 101 k Nov.
99)4 Nov. 30 slOOkNov.
62
Nov. 27 73
Nov.

§5"

51k Nov. 19

70

Sale

Sale

70
Nov. 30
71k Nov. 28
44)4 Nov. 4

50 k

Sale

Sale

50

Nov. 20

52

45

Sale

7
7
9

76"""Nov.~36

50 K

Sale

49

38

73)4 Sale
77

Ercole Marel Elec Mfg
540,000
6Ha with warranta..—1953
9,000 Erie Lighting Co 5s
..1957
,1A

73,000

101)4 Sale

—

31,000

Nov. 6
70
Nov. 30
75 k Nov. 13

95
73

8 k Nov.
1

12

July 20
Aug. 4
May 12
Jan.

5

7

Mar.

30

Aug.

July 31

Jan.

102)
104 J
107)

Nov.
Nov.

95
97

Mar . 14
Mar. 28
June 25
Feb. 27
June 11

Oct. 31 96k
Nov. 16 105
Oct.
2 70)
Sept. 4 63)
28 k Oct.
6 71
60
June 26 60
60
99
7
3

9

'

■

r

-

/

.

j

June 30
May 15
15
4
7
June 26
Jan.

Feb.
Jan.

:

99k Oct.
6 104k May
98k Sept. 30 102 k June
Mar.
58k Oct. 14 90
42
Oct.
5 61
May
68
Oct.
7 108
Jan.
70
Nov. 30 107
Feb.
71k Nov. 28 97k Mar.
32
Oct.
5 80k Jan.

19
2
9

13
31
.2

25
13

„AA

AAA

2,186,000

European Elec 6 Ms

55

Nov. 11

Nov. 10

55

Nov.

4

44
99

84

49 k "Nov." "4

Sept. 30
Sept. 12

Nov. 28

38

Nov.28
Feb.
3

90
19
98

103.000

812,660

Apr.
Feb.
Jan.

7

12,000
192,000

66,666
2,057,666

81

Mar.
June
Feb.

5
9
7

98,000
80,000
31,000

1,095,000

66 H Sale
45 K Sale

19

Fairbanks Morse A Co 58.1942

78 k

26,000 Farmers Nat Mtg Inst 7s .1963
Federal Sugar 6s........1933
Federal Water Service 5s. 1954
Finland Residential Mtge
Bank

6s

48
104

Oct.
Oct.

6 83
Mar. 12
21 104k Sept, 21

1965

Without warr_............

,18,000 European Mtge A Inr 7h».'50
1,347,000
7s Series C............1967
2,666 Fabrics Finishing 6s A..1939
.

131",656

Oct.
Nov.

Apr. 10

Apr. 22
Apr. 22
May 11

103

2k Nov. 12

5

1954

2,368,000 Edison Elec 111 (Boston 5s '33
844,000
4% notes
.........1932

9,221,000 Elec

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices.

91
73
75

'•

285,000

1.

6k«.....I937

.322,000

236",666

Sale

28k Oct.
99
May
97
97

1952

..

699,000
with warrants
259,000 Duke Power Co 4k«..—1967

22,000
8,000

Lowest.
Sale Prices.
93
Nov. 12
73 i Nov. 30
82
Nov. 30

85

14,000 Dallas P AcLSs series C..I953
20,000 Dayton P & L 1st & ref 6s '41
272,000 Delaware Elec Pow Sk«..I959

18,000

41,000

Bid.

BONDS {Continued)

467,006

SINCE JAN.

RANGE

Price
Jan. 2

1931.

1,182,000
1,038,000
373,000
139,000
1,617,000
602,000

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

™

11,000

39,000
61,000
88,000
30,000

CURB

sales.

Since
Jan. 1,

$

64,000

YORK

..........1961

81k

Nov.~

2

9

78k Nov. 24

July 18
lk Nov. 29

66

Nov.

5

76 k Sale

43

Sale

39 k

Sale

36

Nov. 28

48k Nov.

9

Sale

45

Sale

42

Nov.

Sale

69

Sale
Sale

40.

66

46H Nov. 16
70 k Nov. 28
80k Nov. 24

39 k Oct.
61
Oct.
67
Oct.

52

Nov. 20
2
15k Nov. 5
64
Nov. 24
80k Nov. 9

49

18 k Nov.

12k May 27
12
Apr. 16

1% Nov. 25

78

1,681,666 Firestone Cotton Mills 5S.1948
590,000 Firestone TARCal 5s.. 1942

Nov."24

63k Nov.

6
6

73

Nov.

6

49
16

85*" Sale"

Nov. 11
Nov. 10
Nov.
2

36

Nov.28

19
30

30

Mar, 26

99k May

15
90

i
3
7

82k May 4
87
July 29
91
Aug. 3

First Bohemian Glass Wks

7,000
54,000
17,000
14,000

386,000
1,000
75,000
401,000
178,000
67,000
46,000

102,000
1st 7s without
588,000 Flak Rubber 5%»

warr... 1957

1931

18% Sale

214,666

Certificates of deposit. .. - .
14,000 Florida Pow Corp 5ks A 1979
5,811,666 Florida Power A Lt 5s
1954

184,000 Garlock Packing 6s..
347,000 Gary Elec A Gas 5s A.
4,872,000 Gatineau Power 5s
1,090,000
6s....

751,6o6

6s series B

15

83

Sale

15
63

Sale

75"" Sale

77

Sale

1939
1934
1956

92k Sale

91X Sale

........1941

Nov.

75

6

2

Nov. 7
85k Nov. 30
70k Nov. 27
62k Nov. 23
76

.1941

671,000 Gen Bronze conx deb 6s. 1940
10,660 General Cigar serial 6S..1932
2,000
Serial 6s
..1933
43,000
Serial 6s
1934
63,000
Serial 6s...
1935
61,006 Gen Indus Alcohol 6ks_1944
10,066 Gen Laundry Mach 6Hs_1937
Gen Motors Accept Corp—
256,000
5% serial notes
.1932
255,066
5% serial notes
...1933
221,666
5% serial notes.....
1934
237,000
5% serial notes
1935
235,066
5% serial notes....._.1936
200,000 Gen Pub Serr Co 5s
1953
386,000 Gen Pub Utilities Co 6s..l93X
395,000
6ka series A
1956
774,000 General Rayon Ltd 6s..1948

Nov.

90

Sale

73

Sale

85)4 Sale
70 k Sale
64

62% Sale
Sale

Sale

63)4 Sale

43

Nov. 28
Nov. 17

62
41

76
92
82

70

Nov. 7
Nov. 12
Nov. 7
Nov. 5

70k Nov. 10
45

Nov. 24

44,000

65,000
/57.000
26,000
26,000
44,000
77,000
98,000
23,000
2,000

17,000
96,000

363,666

Gen Refractor 5s

.......

Gen Vending Corp—
6s with warr Aug 15...193?
231,000 Gen Water Works 5s A..1943

64

68

Oct.

5

91k Apr.

10 k Nov. 30

98"" Sale

84

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

*41)4 Sale

96%

Sale'

Sale

33

"52"" Sale"

40

Sale

Nov. 23 100k Nov. 24
Nov. 30 99 k Nov. 17
Nov. 16
Nov. 6
Nov. 17
Nov. 2
Nov. 20
96
Nov. 28
Nov.
7
71
Nov. 27
Nov. 19
40k Nov. 6 47
Nov. 10
35
Nov. 25 48
Nov.
4
33
Nov. 5 35
Nov. 23
85
Nov. 23
85

100
98
97
96 k

It*
nH

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

9 k Nov.

ilH
n*

7k Nov.

6k Nov.
34k Nov.

9
2

41

4
Nov. 18

18

Nov.

4

29

Nov. 17

89k

Nov."23

69

Nov.

14 k Sale

34)4 Sale

39)4 Sale

97 k
97
96 k
96

101k May 20
102 k June 20
102 k May 23
102 k May 23
103
Aug. 13
June
5
88
Mar. 16
97
82
Sept. 4
Jan.
8
53
100k Mar. 19

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

95k Oct.
71

Nov.

40k Nov.
35
29
85

Nov.
Oct.
Nov.

6k Nov.
25k Oct.

1

95

10 k Apr.

07%
96)4
96)4
73

19
13

Apr.
8
98 k Aug. 21
Jan. 27
Mar. 20
Jan. 14
Apr. 17
June
4
103
June
4
103
June
4
103
103 k Sept. 18
Mar. 26
38
Jan.,11
20

Oct.
85 k Nov.
60
Sept.
76

101

9k Nov. 19

10 k Sale

1933

258,000

6

50
50
38

22

Nov. 24

Nov.

Aug.
May
101k Aug.

....

82 k Apr.
27 k Feb.
23
Aug.

63

101
102

..

22,000

Nov. 11

9

14k Jan.

2

52

2

Aug. 21

Gen Water Wks Gas A Elec—

61.000

358,(HW
6,000

319,000
6s series B...
......1944
9,000 Georgia Carolina Co 5S..1952
43,666 Georgia A Fla 6s ser A
1946
10,000
Certificates of deposit....
5,272,660 Georgia Power ref 5s....1969
45,000 Georgia Pow A Lt 5s
1978

Sale"

"99)4 Sale"

90% Sale

90

Sale

Jan. 15
Oct.
2 69
Aug. 15 100k May 18
Jan.
2
12
Mar. 9
Jan.
9
8k Feb.
6 10
89k Nov. 23 103 k Aug. 5
65
Oct. 28 83k Aug.
6

13
100
8

6

96k Nov J 9
75
Nov. 6

Nov. 28
84k Nov. 4
75
Nov. 4

55
Nov. 5
89 k Nov. 10
87 k Nov. 10

Nov. 10
Nov. 10

77 k Nov. 12
87
Nov. 10

51
86

June 17

Nov. 12

35

Nov.

Nov. 10
Nov. 10

91k Sept.

Gesfuerel-

1,088,000
87,000
447,000
80,000

91,000
1,000

6,000
32,000
1,000
31,000
17,000

"3", 666
30,660
16,000
185,000
174,000
50,000
11,000

71,000
182,000
1,000

28",006
46,000
48,000
150,000
>

61,000

34,000

162.660

■51", 000
26,000

6s with warrants

1953

6s without warrants
1953
1,285,000
10,243,000 Gillette Safety Razor 5s.l940
837,000 Glldden (The) 5ks
1935
Gobel (Adolf) 6 Ha ser A.1935
With warrants
865,000
20.000 Godchaux Sugars 7Hi
1941
Grand (F 5c W) Properties—

70)4 Sale

197,000

Conv deb 6s

Great Northern Pow 5s..1935
Gt West Power Calif 5s..l946

Sale

40

Sale

69
87

70k Sale

106

Sale

Nov. 21 40
Nov. 6 100
Nov. 10 62
Nov. 6 100k
98k Nov. 28 100

35
99

99k Sale

62
100

l02-" Sale

00% Sale

Green Mountain Pow 5s_1948
Ground Gripper Shoe 68.1944

94k

Sale

1,000 Hackensack Water 5s A..1977
267,000 Hamburg Elec Co 7s
1935
1,435,000 Hamburg El 8c Und Ry 5H<'38

Sale

19k
45 k

101)4 Sale
101)4 Sale
97)4 Sale

98% Sale
06% Sale
87
Sale

99 k
96 k

77

Sale

50k Sale

60
Sale
33 k Sale

47 k Sale
37 k Sale

5ks

Oct 15 1936
Houston Gulf Gas 4 k a. .1943
1943

94 k Nov.

Nov. 24
2
2

30

Noy. 20

51
99 k
98 >.
90
91

Nov.

9

Nov.

9

Nov. 17
Nov. 14
Nov. 11

Nov. 6
51k Nov. 6
92
Nov. 20

85

35
92
86
83
76

37 k Nov. 30
49
Nov. 28

'45" Sale

83)4 Sale

362,000 Houston Lt A Pr 5s A—.1953
6s series B............1953
4,000
5)4s series C—........1954
3,000
4hi series D_.........1978
1,219,000
4H» series D new.
161,000
4ks series E.......... 1981
504,000
4)4 s series E new
....1981
136,000
802,000 Hud Bay Min A Smelt 6s. 1935
327,000 Hungarian Ital Bank 7ka '63

"47k"Nov."30 52kNov.il

98

Sale

86%

Sale

Nov. 30

45

96 k Nov.

40k Nov. 10
56
58

Nov. 16
Nov. 9

83
84

Sale

Nov.

91k Nov.

*84"

Nov."

'90k"Nov."

Nov.
Nov.

65"'"Nov."

-

-

-

68"" Sale

57

40

Sale

40

50

Sale

-

50

Nov.

35

Oct.
Oct.
Nov. 16

Jan.

28

94k May 20
100 k May 22
100k Mar. 9
Mar. 10
86

May 18
98

June

June 24
8

80k Jan.
92
91

Oct.
Oct.

Oct. 16 «104
June
3 105 )^
104k May 26 104 h
83
Nov. 27 99 *A
9
92 k Feb. 19 9654
84
Nov. 30 99 U
7
85
Oct.
6 98 h
6
49
Oct. 10 87 h
5
40
Nov. 30 90

2 100k Nov. 10

10

Mar. 23
7 59
1 103k Aug. 18
1 104
Feb. 25
21 102 k Mar. 13

45k Sept.
35
Sept.
40

Jan.

105 k Aug.
7
106 k May 22
103
July 29
Jan. 20
27

32 k Nov.
92
Nov.

43

Feb. 17
May 20

109 k May 21
85
July 24
103 k Aug. 11

Nov.

Oct.
Oct.

82
94

74

21

100 k May
60
Nov.

98

Hood Rubber 7s.....-...1936

Oct.

9
June
19 H Nov.

32k Nov. 25
92

95k June 29
93
Jan.
9

Nov."30 22" ""Nov." 19

Nov. 30

60

Hanna (The M A) Co 6S..1934
Havana Dock 7s A.......1937

88

Sept. 21
Sept. 21
Oct. 20

2

2

Nov. 16

76

62

Mar. 23
88k Mar. 6

June 20

99
Oct.
97 k Oct.

98 k Nov.
96
Nov.
83 k Nov.

Sale
Sale
83 k Sale

79
68

105)4 Aug.
94k Nov.

94 k Nov.
19 k

70
36

5

18"" Sale

Guantanamo A W Ry 6s. 1958
Guardian Investors Corp

6s

Nov. 23
Nov.

...1952

5s ser A with warr.....1948
267,000
1937
2,800,000 Gulf OH of Pa deb 5s
2,874,000
Sinking fund deb 5s...1947
..1956
1,747,000 Gulf States Utll 5s
275,000
4ka series B
1961

215,000
1,000
441,000
787,000
440,000
915,000

Sale
86)4 Sale

..1948

Grand Trunk Ry 6HS...1936
Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950

6s series C

40 k

79
74

.........

884,000
20,000
62.000
140,000
5,000
55,000
169,000
595,000

Sale
84)4 Sale
48

87"" Sale"

96
105

Mar. 3
Jan. 23
Jan.

27

May 14
May 22
May 22
Aug. 4
Mar. 30
June 25

Sept. 16
Jan,

9

Apr. 16

Hydraulic Power of Niagara

5,000
57,000
6,000

Falls 1st 8c ref 5s
1950
33,000
1,164,000 Hygrade Food 6s ser A ..1949
6s series B...
......1949
116,000

For footnotes see page 56




48)4 Sale

44k Sale

103 k Nov. 10 103 k Nov. 10
s44
Nov. 5 50
Nov. 28

44k Nov.

6*

46

Nov. 19

100
Oct.
39
Oct.
39 k Oct.

9 108
56

13

ra

Aug.
1
July 14
a nr.

17

NEW
AGGREGATE
In

18,000
15.900
140,000
94,000
408.000
374.000
86,000
6,000

430,006

16,000

,

BONDS (Continued)—
Idaho Power Co 5»
.__1947

156,000 Illinois Nor Utll 5s
1957
927,000 Illinois Pow Ac L 5He
1957
1,404,000
5 %• series "B"
1954
2,011,000
6s series A
1953
2,568,000
5s series C
1956
919,000 Indep Oil Ac Gas deb 6«..193«
6,000 Indian Ref 5%% G N...1932
19,000 Indiana Elec Corp 6s A..1947
1,000
6Mis series B
1953
134,000
5s series C
1951

37,060 Indiana

26.566
2,000

56,000
37.000
60,000

92,600

Bid.

Atk.

Nov.
Bid.

2.

Ask

Nov. 30.
B<d,

98 H

Sale

69 %

Sale

90

Sale

95% Sale
Sale

83 H

Sale

95 %

Sale

Lowest.

Ank.

98
86 %

Sale
Sale

71 %
82
87

Sale Prices

97 % Nov. 25 100% Nov. 16
Nov.
4
97
Nov. 17
Nov.
2
Nov. 10
77

Sale
Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 28

81% Sale

Nov. 30

70

Sale

49,000

Nov. 10

92

Nov. 19
Nov. 10

70

Nov. 30

78

Nov. 14

76

Indiana Hydro Elec 5s A. 1958

6% conv notes
1940
Ind'polls P * L 5s ser A..1957
Indianapolis Water 5%«.I953
4%i
1940
Inland P Ac L 6s ser C
1957
Inland Steel 4%» B
1981

7,473,000
18,000

Nov.

Nov. 10

Nov. 25

81

Nov. 11

Gen Serrice 5s..1948

Insult Util Inv 6s

852,000
2,000

9

94
98

871
893

99

100 % Nov.
96
Nov.

Sale
66

Sale

4 100% Nov. 25
2 100% Nov. 18

65

Nov.

60

Nov. 25

7

ser

67% Nov. 13

18*
irA

Nov.

Sale

96

Sale

97% Sale

95% Nov.

"2 100% Nov.

5

Nov. 28 105%
Aug. 25
Oct.
5
99%

May 22

May 19 100
Nov. 10

9

28 100%

98

Oct.
Oct.

60

Sept. 28

29 107
June 24
8 105% May 27
90
Aug 10
20
86% Apr.
1

Sept.
100% Sept. 29 100% Sept.
Oct.
6
95
Aug.
Mar.
6 105% Sept.
74
Oct. 28 97
July

64
104
100

55

Oct.

Sept. 24

94

Oct.

393,000

185,000
144,000
23,000
222,000
52,000
20,000
141,000

1,812,000
263.000

50

June

Oct.

1

Jan.
55 H

Sale

49%

Sale

24

264,600
2,664,606

1957
..1952

7s series F
International Salt 5s..

"V.666

Internat Securities 5s
1947
5s registered
....1947

13,666

Sale

61

Nov. 10

37% Oct.

Nov. 18

38

6
Nov. 28

95

40

65

Nov.
Nov.

50

58

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Sale

InterstateNat Gas 6s

1,000
322,000
144,000

63,600
4,529,606

2,000
15,000
64,000
3,000

2,000
94,000
1,013,000

90 %

Sale
Sale

Sale'

91

80

Sale

85%

81

Sale

54

48

'88H Sale'

55"" Sale"

55

Sale

6s

1952

"4",666
4,000

60

89

Nov. 11

70
83

9

59

Nov. 10

75

Oct.

55

Nov.

48

Nov. 10

Nov.

2

'72 % Sale

101% Sale
74 %
60

Sale

68

Sale

52 %

101% Nov. 30 101% Nov. 30

Sale

Sale

Nov. 28

68

52% Nov. 30

79

Nov. 10

63% Nov.

Sale

84

Sale

80 % Nov. 27

90

78 %

Sale

76% Sale

76H Nov. 27

82% Nov. 13
70
Nov. 18

Telep 5s A

1961

70

Nov. 18

57

-

Nov. 24
Nov. 24

Nov.
Nov.

9

Corp
...1947

Invest Co of Amer 5s A

55

90

Sale

86 %

Sale

82% Sale

82 %

Sale

668,000 Isarco Hydro-El 7s
1952
215,000 Isotta Franchlnl 7s......1942
309,000
Without warrants

82 % Nov. 27
82
5% Nov. 28
Nov. 28
82 % Nov.
2

Sale

98% Nov. 25

6

57

144,666 Jacksonville Gas 5s
23,666 Jamaica Wat Sup 5%s

Nov.

Nov.

6

87
89

Nov.

9

82% Oct.
82% Nov.

Nov. 13

81

Oct.

89% Nov. 10

75

79,600

13O".66O

130,000

7,000

7,006

5s series B

64

Sale

«62

Sale

60% Sale

57

Sale

Nov. 28

57

46 % Nov.

Oct.

9

Sale

49 %

Sale

45 %

Sale

22,006

19,000
42,000
12,000

12,000

Nov. 16

29% Oct.
32% Oct.

Nov. 10

51

40

Nov. 23

78% Nov.

9

69

96

Nov. 25

98

Nov.

5

96
101

Nov.
Oct.

99% Sale

98

Nov. 17 100% Nov.

5

96% Oct.
100% Mar.

89

89
Nov. 28
91
Nov. 17
99% Nov. 19 100% Nov. 14

101

Sale

100

Sale

4%s series C

1961

Sale

Kansas Elec Pow 6s A

98

1947

95

Sale

94

Sale

Nov. 19 100
Nov. 27
98

94

87% Nov.

90

5,000
264,000
336,000
7,000
23,000
1,000
3,000

98

Nov. 19 104

85

Oct.

8

5 101%

308",606

101

Sale

"19,666
86,000
18,000
69,000

14.656
220",600

13,060
72,000

84

Oct.

88% Nov. 20

85

99% Nov. 12

96

Nov. 11 101% Aug.
Nov.
9 104% Aug.

9£% Nov.

9

95% July
90% Jan.
85% Oct.

Nov. 25

90% Nov.

9

99

Nov.

85% Nov.

4
9

4 101

1,493,000
3,977,000
132,000
18,000

24*666

289,000

119,000

284,666

1,666

93,000
1,000

"8,660
218",066
186,000
115,000
177,000

98,666
279,000
58,000

1,970,000
206/,000
9,000
187,000
138,000
1,180,000

1,463,666
1,470,000

1,648,666
1,666

For footnotes

Nov. 11

Conv 5% notes....
Conv 5% notes

1934
1935

Conv 4%% notes J

1943

56.




58

85
95

Sale

Sale

94

Sale

Sale

Oct.

90

Oct.

96

Oct.

101

Sale

84 %

Sale

81% Sale

91

Nov.

2

Nov.

5

98

Nov.

2

98% Nov. 12
91% Nov. 13
42

Nov. 23

Nov.

5

Nov. 23

80% Nov. 30

92

Nov.

45% Nov.

9

53

Nov. 24

81

Nov.

2

82

Nov. 24

85

Sale

}&»

85% Nov.

84

98

87%

92% Nov. 13
90% Nov. 13
96% Nov. 12

96

Sale

96

103% Sale
99 H Sale

88
91

Oct.

53

Nov.

Nov.
9
88
84 % Nov. 9
88 % Nov. 20

9

Oct.

55

54
Apr.
90% Oct.

100

102%
103%
103%
101%
101%

91% Oct.
91% Nov.
42

May

96
July 25
105% Aug. 12
101% Aug. 19
101% June
6
Sept. 23
Aug. 27
100% Sept. 9
67
May 23

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 13

91% Nov. 13

Sale

91

Nov.

104% Aug.
80% Nov.

Apr.
Mar. 21
Mar. 19
Mar.

7

Feb. 25

May 25
Jan. 20
Mar. 14

104% Aug. 10
106% Apr. 17

81

90 H

Sale

98 %
102 H

Sale

83 %

Sale

Sale

Sale

82

99 %

Sale

Sale

99% Nov.

6

6 102

Nov. 20

45% Oct.

96

Apr. 16

93

50%

Jan.
Oct.

99
97

May 22

80
82

Nov.
Oct.

81

99

Nov. 23 100

Nov.

2

Oct.

96% Oct.
83

Sale

89%

Sale'

91

Sale

§9% "Nov." "2 "96"

Nov.

9

96%
100%
106%
104%
105%
86%

93% Oct.
99

99% Sale
97

Sept.

87

Oct.

103
93

89% June

60% Sale

39

102
98

Sale
Sale

Sale

99 %

Sale
91% Sale

38

Sale

96% Sale
90% Sale

60% Nov. 30

69% Nov. 13

57

43

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov. 24

67% Nov. 30
100

Nov.

4

9
9

Nov.
Nov.

2

84
57
39

Nov.
Nov.

Aug.

39

35
75

Nov.

9

30

Oct.

57

5

Nov. 13

101% Nov. 13

93
Apr. 10
May
1
102% May 19
June 11

Sept.

106

Nov.

67% Nov.

100

Oct.

TJil

80% Nov.
87% Sale

2

87% Nov. 30

83

Nov.

7

87% Nov. 30

80

Sale

29% Nov.

2

38

Nov. 12

25
100

93

Sale

92% Sale
s92
Sale

94% Sale
81% Sale
76 % Sale
76% Sale

85

Sale

85

68

Sale

68

65% Sale
65

Sale

Nov. 28
■

Nov. 30

95% Nov. 11
84% Nov. 9

65% Nov. 30

82

81

Nov.

Nov. 30

7

8
8

29

95% May 22
94% June 26
92% Aug.
3
54
Sept. 22
May 13
Jan.
7 100% Feb.
9
Nov. 28 100% Mar. 30

85
68

Oct.

26

62% Oct.

Nov.

63

Jan.

87% Nov. 30
82

29 %

Oct.

2

Aug. 31
Feb. 24

104% Aug.
100% Sept.

96% Apr.

80% Sale

17
22
12
27
16

Apr. 30

95% Nov.
89% Nov.

100

Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
May

6

6
9

85
58

Nov.

10

Mar. 11

3

Nov.
Nov.

35

Apr.

Feb.

94% Nov.

30

67% Sale

13

100% Nov.

96% Nov.
89% Nov.
57

Sale

Oct.

July 31

95% Jan.

34% Sept.

38

43
45

84

58

Met Edison 4s series E
1971
Mich Assoc Tel 5s A.. ..1961
Michigan Pub Serv 5s A..1947
Middle Sts Petrol 6%s A.1945
Middle West Util 4Hs—193*1
Conv 5% notes
....1932
Conv 5% notes
1933

91% Nov. 4
84% Nov. 19

88% Nov. 19

42

100

1940

1951
Mansfield Mln Ac Snt (Germ)
7s with warrants......1941
7s without warrants...1941
Mass Gas Co 5Ha
1946
5s
1955
Mass Util Assoc 5s A
1949
Massey.Harris Co 5s
1947
McCallum Hosiery 6 H 8—1941
McCord Rad At Mfg6 e
1943
Melbourne El Supp 7H8 A '46
Memphis P Ac L 5s ser A..1948
4Hs series C
1978

see page

9

Nov. 13

54

560,000 Manitoba Power 5Ha

5,000
34,000
219,000
317,000
5,000
18,000

25,000
49,000

Lukens Steel Co 8s

July
May

Nov.

99

564,666
40,666

309,000
Without warrants
7,000 Lexington Telephone 6s.1944
186,000 Lexington Utll 5s
1952
1,632,000 Llbby McNeill Ac Llbby 5s 1942
490,666 Lone Star Gas Corp 5s
1942
368,000 Long Island Ltg 6s
1945
30,000
5%a series A
1952
90,666 Los Angeles Gas Ac Elec 5s '61
18,000 Los Angeles Pacific Co 4s 1950
3,803,000 Louisiana Pow Ac Lt 5S...1957

,

88

88% Sale

Leonard TIetz Inc 7%a_.1946

19,000

.

109% Aug.

Nov. 11

Ac

Laclede Gas Lt 5%a
1935
Larutan Gas Corp 6%a-.i935
4,000 Lehigh New Engl RR 5s.. 1954
2,703,000 Lehigh Pow Secur 6s
.2026

30 107

Nov. 10
Nov. 6
Nov. 19

86% Nov. 19

463,000
262,000
18,000
8,000
73,000 Keystone Public Serv 5s. 1978
31,000 Keystone Telep Co 5%s._1955

2,000
Elec 5 % s series B
1948
191,000 Kimberly Clark 5s A
1943
2,053,000 Koppers Gas Ac C deb 5s.l947
2,186,000
Deb 5%s
1950
449,000 Kresge (S S) Co 5s
1945
185,000
5s certlfs of deposit...1945

'81*

Nov.

99% Nov.

96

Kaufmann Dept Stores—
5%% notes
1936
Kelvinator without warr 6s'36
Kentucky Utilities 5s
1969
5s
....1961
6Mj8 series D
1948
5%s series F
1955

Works

Mar. 20

July 27
June 26
104% May 11
104% Aug. 27
Apr.
8
Nov. 17
100% Nov. 14

85

222,000 Kansas Pow Ac Lt 5s B...1957
40,000
6s series A
1955

Water

IV*
88

103

Jan.

101% Oct.

1937
2022

Kansas Power 5s A

89

2

79% Apr. 13
78% Apr. 10

Oct.

69

Jones & Laughlin Steel 5s '39

Keystone

Mar. 11

52

,

ll",660

Nov.

May 14

95

45

45% Nov. 25

499,006

15,000

99

93

Oct.

Nov. 10

1942

272,000 Kansas Gas At Elec 6s

464,666

Oct.
June

63

27,000 Kansas City Gas 6s......1942
9,000
11,000
16,000
25,000
20,000

Oct.

8
10
10
25
9
31
27
21

93

A.1955

.....1947

new

§§**

80

86

55 H

877,000 Jersey Cent P & L 5%s A. 1945
2,117,000
5s series B
1947

15

May 21
June 22
Aug.
5
84% Mar. 19

Apr.
July
July
98% May
96% May
97
Aug.
99
July
101% May

Nov.

55

2

10

13

91

74

Aug.

Nov.

1963

Without warrants..

5

Sept. 30

Nov. 12

Nov.

16
3

Nov.

75

99

20

5 103
Nov, 5
Nov. 27 101
Aug. 12
76% Nov. 27. 94% Aug. 3
70
Nov. 18 93% June
0

99

99

Oct.

75
88

...

II2",660

100% Mar.
88
July
86% Aug.
78% Feb.
75% May
92% Mar.

80 £

55

1947

Without warrants......

1,319,000 Iowa-Nebraska L AcP 5a._1957
993,000
5s Series B
1961
928,000 Iowa Pow & Lt 4%s A...1958
378,000 Iowa Pub Serv 5s
1957
17,000
5 %•
1959
7,000 Iowa Ry & Light 5s
1932

65

40

86

5 103

9
7
July 16

May 21 103
100% Oct. 22 104

103

1958

Nov.

103

Sept.
July

96

43% Oct.
753
May
48
Nov.

5

1956

Deb 5s series A

4,422,000

65

9

5s series D

Italian Superpower 6s

172,000
6,000
10,000

105

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

103

102% Sale

23,000 Iowa Sou Utilities 6s A..1950

58.666

Nov. 21

82

1949

Invest Bond 9c Share

16.000

Nov. 10

Mar. 25
Sept. 19
Feb.
6
90% June 24

Oct.

50

4%«

15,000

37,000
21,000

Nov. 27
Nov.
6

82

Feb. 11
June 26

15

June

95% Nov. 12
86% Nov. 14

6 %s series B

190,666 Interstate

549,066
726,606

4

62% Nov. 28
77

Interstate Public Service

16,000
20,000
50,000

Nov.

78 % Nov.
4
72 % Nov.
6
80
Nov. 21

Sale

64

Sale

Interstate Power 5s...._1957
Debenture

4

5
28

1936

With warrants..........
Without warrants...

1,066,000

Nov.
4
Nov. 30

88
92 H
80

8
24

60

May

Nov. 28

Sale

Interstate Iron Ac St'l 5%i *46

1,000

70

97% Jan;

38

50

1951

1,000

104

47% Nov. 30

1949

7s series E

Sept. 24
July 22
July
2
Sept. 17

Intercontinents Power Co—

Deb 6s with warrants..1948
1,666
Deb 6s without warr... 1948
137,000
6s New
1948
75,000 Interlake Iron 5s B
1951
748,606 Internat Pow Sec 6%s B.1954
671,000
6%s series C
1955
294,600
7s series D
1936

15
29
14
15
16

99% June 25 100

81% Sale

Deb 5s

79

16 105

103% Mar. 14

B..1940

With warrants

Jan. 28
Nov. 10

92

Oct.

79
100 H

66

Highest.

Sale Prices.
Sale Prices.
95
Oct.
5 105%
Aug. 15
94
Oct. 30 105
July
8
68
Oct. 16
Feb. 26
82
Nov. 30 105
Apr.
8

91

Indiana & S W Gas Util—

474.000

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

81 % Nov.
6
85
Nov. 10

30,000 Indiana & Mich El 5s
1957
117,000
1st & ref 5s
1955
184,000 Indiana Service 5s.......1950
151,000
1st lien & ref 5s
1963

2,000
5,244.000
17.000
9,000
25,000
14,000

RANGE SINCE JAN 1

Price

1931

$

53

Jan. 2

Jan. 1.

$

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November

CURB

YORK

9

Nov. 30
3
Oct.
6

99% Apr.
97% Mar.

60

97

Jan.

7
8

96

Jan.

96

Jan.

14

14

7

NEW

54

EXCHANGE
RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

1.

Jan. 2

Since
Jan. 1.

Nov.

1931BONDS—Continued.

$
1967
388,000 Milwaukee G L 4%a
2,252,000 Minneapolis Gas Lt 4%s_1950

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

2.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

98

Ask.

Sale

973* Nov. 25
78% Nov. 2

"78% Sale"

98% Nov. 16
83% Nov. 9

84%

1978
.......1955

1st & ret 5s.
24,000
122,000 Mississippi Pow 5s.......1955
Miss Power Ac Light 5s
1957
3,120.000
1944
1,538,000 Miss River Fuel 6s
Without wr.rrants
343,000
1951
489,000 Miss River Power 5s

•

Sale

83%

83

Sale

'

Nov. 19

Nov.
6
Nov. 28
Nov.
2

94

70%
93% Sale
96

81

Sale

Sale

70

82

Sale

81

100

304,000
1,143,000 Montreal L H & P 5a "A".1951
5s series B
1970
220,000

80%
86%

6

77% Nov. 16
Nov,

88

7

84

Nov.

Nov. 27

2 102% Nov. 12

Nov. 30

Nov. 27

94% Nov. 7
91% Nov. 12

Nov. 20

15

98

Nov. 30 100% Nov.

19

2

87

May 20
Sept. 30 106}* Aug. 14
Nov. 27 106
May 14

81

86

7
25

22 101

80

13

Sale

8

21
20

Oct.

89% Nov. 10

87

89%

15 106}* Sept.

98}* Oct.

80% Nov. 24

Sale
Sale

16

Nov. 28 106 % Feb. 13
Nov. 28
98}* Mar. 16

94% Nov. 23

Nov. 28

100

Sale

9

Nov. 28

86
81

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

88

92

Minn Pow & Lt 4%s

97% Nov. 25 106}* June
77
Oct. 30 95
May
7
& Ajpr.
83
Nov. 19 98
May
92
Nov.
6 103}* Aug.
70
Nov. 28 93}* June
77
Oct. 23
98}* Mar.
93% Apr.

10,000

1,847,000

JAN.

SINCE

Price about

CURB EXCHANGE

November

CURB

NEW YORK

aggregate sales.
In

YOEK

Morris Plan Shares Corp—

Munson

Oct.

21

77

Feb. 13

10

Oct.

31

44

Apr.

2

7
56% Nov. 9
36% Nov. 24
90% Nov. 10

98

Sept. 30 104
Oct.
5 77

May

5

Line

Steamship

1937

6%a with warr

23,000
1,373,000
1,541,000
194,000
1,102,000
5,730,000
5,055,000

53
Nov. 20

68 A without warrants 1947

28,000

Narragansett Elec Co 5s. .1957
National Elec. Pow 5s
1978

Sale

98%

Sale

98

49

101% Sale

Sale

45% Sale

45% Nov. 30
36% Nov. 24

National Food Prod 6s.. 1944

2026

Nat Pow Ac Lt 6s4'A"
Deb 5s series B
Nat Pub Serv 5s.

2030

„

100% Sale
88% Sale
66% Sale

42

33}* Oct.
76

Sale

81

Sale

81

68%

Sale

69

Sale

48

Sale

45% Sale

68% Nov. 2
45% Nov. 27

57

Nov.
Nov.

9
9

66}* Oct.
43}* Oct.

87

87

89

Nov.

Nov. 28

78

Apr. 16
107}* Apr.
2

Oct.

85

Mar. 24

70

:

93

Mar.

6

75% Mar. 26

:

National Tea Co—

5% gold notes
May 1 1935
439,000
53,000 Natl Trade Journal 6s—1938
Certificates of deposit
29,000
132,000
.1981
4%a.
2,173.000
254,000
Nevada Calif Elec 5s
1956
1,653,000
12,001,000 New Eng G & Elec Assn 5sl947
5s
1948
1,906,000
10,685,000

88% Sale

"90% Sale" "93"" Sale"

17,000
785,000

87
5

8% Nov. 18
98% Nov. 16
95% Nov. 14

4

98

Oct.

"85% Sale"
90

Sale

70

Sale

69%

Sale

i8l

Sept.

90% Oct.

Nov. 12

38

Nov.

80

83% Nov. 10

75

Oct.

67% Sale

66

8
93% Jan.
94
May 21

69% Nov. 4
66% Nov. 30

7m Nov. 10
74% Nov. 9

61

Oct.

95

Mar. 19

67% Sale

61

Oct,

94

65% Sale
72% Sale

May 21

69
77

65% Nov.
72% Nov.

79% Nov. 11
83% Nov.
9

58}* Oct.

Sale

Sale
Sale

2
2

75^

Nbv,

7

62}* Oct.

19

Oct.

17

102% Jan.

15

67

Nov. 28

86% Nov.

6

Oct.

5

97}* Jan.

82

77

Sale

70

Nov. 27

s64

Sale

Sale

70

Nov.

79

23

2

62

103

104

90%

Sale

60

Nov.

4

50

Nov. 17

93

Nov. 18

97

Nov.

9

92% Nov. 28

89% Sale

2 95% Nov. 7
2 105% Nov. 20
Nov. 10 64% Nov. 30

44

05% Sale

96

Nov.

5

89% Nov.
103% Nov.

"64% Sale"

82

Oct.

100
99

Sale

Sale

90%

94

Sale

Sale

99% Sale
93

Sale

88
Nov. 20
90% Nov. 7
95% Nov. 30 100% Nov. 10
Nov.
2
93% Nov. 4 95

"96% Sale" "96"" Sale"
95

Sale

Oct.
Nov.

Sept.

35
93

Nov.

5\i% notes
514 eseries B

1940
1950
1961

...

91% Sale

4,415,000

75

1960

Ohio Edison Co 5s

99% Sale

196,000

...1954

Ohio Pub Serv 5s D
Oklahoma Gas & El 5s

1950

95% Sale
99% Sale
91% Sale
95% Sale
92% Sale

Oct.

92}* Oct.

103% June 24

93

Pacific Gas Ac El 1st
1st Ac ref 5%aC

1952
1960
1960

F

1st Ac ref 4%a F w 1

5s

new w

i__

Sept.
Apr.

27

3
6

9

Nov. 10

48}* Nov.

96

2 99% Nov. 9
2 101% Nov. 13
95% Nov. 9
86% Nov. 25 97% Nov. 7

Sept.
Sept.

June

Oct.

104
105
101

Nov.

104

Aug. 27

87% Nov. 28

94% Nov.

Sale

48% Nov. 28

65

97% Sale
99}* Sale

95% Nov.
98% Nov.

90

90

Nov. 30

114
100

Oct.

June 11
Mar. 24
Mar. 31
Jan.

22

July 28
5

Aug. 24

85

Nov. 28

95

Nov.

5

Nov.

104

May

Nov.

5

54

Nov.

5

June

67

Feb.

4

54

Sale"

Nov.

4

58

Nov. 16

July

23

99% Nov. 12

Oct.

9

A

Sale

92% Nov.

Sale

58

Nov. 28

60

Nov.

4

Oct.

67% Jan.
101% Feb.
102% July
115
July
106% May
102% July
98% Jan.
75% Jan.
75% Jan.

86

Sale

86

Nov. 28

92% Nov.

9

Oct.

100

Mar. 17

99

July 24
Apr.
7

"97% Sale" "92% Sale" "93% Sale"
107

105'" Bali" 103%
97% Sale

92%

Sale
Sale

99% Nov. 11
92% Nov. 2

102%
94

Sale"

Nov.

4

Oct.

2 109% Nov.
Nov. 30 104% Nov.

106

Sale

Oct.

96% Nov.

9
5
6

96

Nov.

102

2

Oct.
Oct.

Feb.
Jan.

1948

Without warrants
Pacific Power Ac

Feb.

54

100%

1941

1st Ac ref 4%a

Mar. 27

105%
104%
105%
99%

58

4%a_1957

1st Ac ret 6s B

Pacific Investing 5s

104

Jan.

87}* Nov.
101
Sept.

Sale

Sale

6

95% Nov. 13

91% Nov. 30

88

Osgood Co 6s with warr. 1938
Oswego Falls Co 6s——1941
Oswego River Pow 6s
1931

Light 5s_1955
1955

307,000 Pacific Pub Serv 5% notes '36
2,144,000 Pacific Western Oil 6%a_1943
1936
71,000 Park Ac Tilford 6s
3,088,000 Penn Cent Lt Ac Pow 4%s 1977
14,000

Sale

Jan.

May 20
July 29
99% Aug.
5
105% Aug. 31

75

807,000 Ohio Power 5s series B—1952
IH* series D
1956

3,023,000
285,000
2,478,000
95,000
75,000
263,000
3,688,000
551,000
1,324,000
8,233,000
421,000
16,000
283,000
4,178,000

,

48%

91

3

91% Nov.
102}* Jan.

Sale

4%a
34,000 North Texas Utilities 7S..1935
Without warrants....
309,000
96,000

Mar.

105

104

103

14
17
9
24
23

105

92}* Nov.
85}* Octl

Oct.

101}* Jan.

1948

May
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.

100% Aug.
5
108% May 18
94% May 19
100
Sept. 3

88}* Oct.
60

88}*
94}*
105}*
95}*
97%

100

1933

6s A

7

40

Nor States Power

iH% gold notes

Jan.

Nov. 11

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

N Y At Foreign Invest

711,000
202,000
878,000
163,000
7,606,000

Mar. 21

July
2
111}* May 14
1033* June 11

78

New Orleans Pub Serv 4%a '35
8,000 Newton Steel 6% notes.. 1931

5s series D
1969
1,055,000
4%s E
1970
5,012,000
1951
2,517,000 Nor Ohio P & L 5%s
763,000 Nor Ohio Trac Ac Lt 5s—1956

Nov.

Sale

78
71

Sale

83

Sale"

1956

5%a A with warrants..1948
452,000
11,911,000 N Y P Ac L Corp 1st 4%i-.1967
773,000 Niagara Falls Power 6s..
1,616,000 Nippon Elec Pow 6HS...1953
4.000 Nor Amer L & P 5% notes 1933
313,000 Nor Cont Util 5%a A.....1948
1966
768,000 Nor Ind Pub Serv 5s

99}* Mar. 30

Oct,

Nov. 23

38

81%

1,523,000 New Engl Pow Assn 5s...1948
Deb 5Ms
1954
1,513,000
N J Power & Light 5s

7

7% Nov. 12
98% Nov. 16
90% Nov. 2

Sale

95% Sale

87% Sale

Sept.
Oct.

"74% Sale'
92% Sale

54

Sale

"56% Sale"

Nov.""4

61

"""Nov .13

84% Sale

82% Sale

81

Nov. 25

89

Nov. 13 100

106

12
8
7

9

June

4

90
98

Nov.

7
Nov. 13

Nov.

28
30
14
25

84% Jan.
May

Oct.
Oct.

1979

5s.

53%

14

5

102% May 14

Jan.

Penn Dock 8t Warehouse Co

263,000
46,000

2,427,000
14,000

6s with warrants

1949

35

Nov. 11

41

Nov.

6

35

Nov. 11

68 ctfs of deposit

1949

40

Nov. 28

40

Nov. 28

Penn Electric 4s series F.1971

81

Nov. 17

83% Nov. 13

35
81

Nov. 30

91

Nov. 10

Nov.

Nov.

2

85% Nov. 17

Nov.

Nov.

2 102

83

Jan.

6

Oct.
2
Nov. 17

100}* Jan.

...1952

Penn Glass Sand 6s

41% Sept. 17
95% May 27
27 100% May 15

Penn-Ohio Edison 6s....1950
Without warrants
706,000
5%e series B
1959
1,376,000
1,118,000 Penn-Ohio P Ac L 534s A.1954

328,000 Penn Pr Ac Lt 5s

471,000
8,488,000
5,000
1,102,000
680,000
23,000
3,611,000
3,055,000

102%

Sale"

1952

B

86% Sale
76

102
102

Sale

99%

Sale

85

Sale

83

Sale

85
76

100% Sale

99

Oct.

Nov. 13

Jan.

Sale

1953

ser

5s series D

Sale

Penn

Telep Corp 5s C
1960
4%a__1968

Sale

"91"" Sale"

97

Nov. 10

99

Nov. 13

91

98

—-

Nov.

2

96

Nov.

Sept.
Oct.

9

June

1967

Peoples Gas Lt 8c Coke 4s B'8t
Peoples Lt Ac Pow 5s....1979

::::: :::::

81%
13%

Sale
Sale

83

Sale

10% Sale

81% Nov.
2
sl0% Nov. 19

87% Nov.
17% Nov.

Sept.

17 108% Feb.
104% June 25 105% Jan.
101% Oct. 28 107% July
Jan.
60
Apr. 30 80

107

1960

5s

Nov.

9
9

1947

1972
1,975, 000 Phila Elec Power 5 Hi
154, 000 Phila Rapid Transit 6s..1962

105

098% May 16
104
Aug. 21
104
Sept. 1
102
Sept. 8
92
July 17
96% Aug. 14
74% Mar. 23

June

Penn Water Ac Pow

Penn Water Serv 5s A

Mar. 18

Jan.

1981

4Hs

8
104% Apr.
104
May 19
105% Sept. 1
105% June 3

July

Penn Pub Serv 5s ser D..1954

30 000 Phila Elec 5%a
25. 000

100% Sale

Sale

103% Sale

96% Sale

98% Sale

67

58

Sale

78

106% Sale

102%

Sale

102% Nov.

2 105% Nov. 14

Jan.

27
30
22
27

Phila Suburb Cos G Ac E

391,000

1st Ac refunding 4 %a._ 1957
Piedmont

Hydro-Electric

Nov. 20

99

Nov.

9

Sale

67

80

1948

Mar. 30

93

Mar.

2

52

7

70

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 30

74

Nov.

Sale

80

"

Nov. 30

"86"""No"v."l3

Sale

93% Sale

1949
1961

7s
..1947
37,000
7,000 Power Corp of Can 5s A 1957
4%s series B._..
..1959
362,000
442,000 Power Corp of N Y 5%a„1947
702,000 Procter Ac Gamble 4%«-- 1947

6

75
98

93

4

96% Nov.

Nov.

88% Nov. 17

Nov .24
Nov. 14

6

92

Nov. 10

13

Nov. 12

11

Nov.

55

Nov. 20 65
Nov. 12
Nov.
2
80
Nov.
7
Nov. 25 103% Nov. 11
Nov. 30 36
Nov.
9
Nov.
2
93
Nov.
9

4

75

Oct.

1003* Sept.

97% Nov.
94

E_ 1956

72

Oct.

97}* Nov.
35
Sept.
102% Jan.
88}* Nov.

*

33

Sale
Sale
Sale

90

462,000
393,000 Pub Serv of N H 4%a B..1957

79

Sale

22

Sale

Sale

74

156% Sale'

1954

100

74
99
22

90

11

Nov.

90

Potrero Sugar 1st

Prussian Elec 6s

88

Nov.

78

"74"" Sale" "74 """Nov."30

Portland Gas Ac Coke 5s. 1940

4Hs series F__

21 105

73% Nov.

Nov. 13

June 13

Oct.

983* Jan.

Poor Ac Co 6s..........1939

ser

95

74

Pond Creek Pocahontas 7s '35

1,263, 000 Potomac EdisonSs
5 H>s series D
000
43,
1,390, 000

55

4

72% Nov. 16

72% Sale

5, 000 Pittsb Screw A Bolt 5%8_1947
Pittsburgh Steel 6s.

Nov.

Co

6 His class A
1960
1,476, 000
179, 000 Piedmont Ac Northern 5s. 1954
1949
189, 000 rittsburgh Coal 6t..

355, 000
6, 000
218, 000
2, 000

96

May

52

Oct.

73% Oct.
99

Nov.

22

Nov.

88% Oct.

9

9
99% Jan.
100% Feb. 24
Jan. 13
102%
107
May 27
24

97

Jan.

98

Nov. 14

104% Aug. 12
105
Apr. 15
99
Aug.
5
Feb. 17
93
Jan. 17
86% Apr. 20
97% Apr.
2
ol06%June 4
79% Apr. 16
102
May 27
60

Pub Service Co of N J—

6% perpetual certificates..
143,000
1931
132,000 Pub Serv of Nor Ills 5s
5s series C
.......-.1966
251,000
4%s series D__
..1978
651,000
4 Hi 8 series E
1980
2,357,000

3,935.000

Fat t—tnmtm

«a«




4V$s series F_.

56.

—

1981

107
100

99%
94%

Nov.

4 109

99

Nov.

4 100% Nov.

Nov. 13

Sale

Sale

92%

Sale

Sale

88% Nov. 27
88

90%

Sale

88

Sale

87

Nov. 25
Nov. 25

93% Nov.
93% Nov.

9
9
7

Nov.

5

94

105% Oct.

30 126

2 101
15 1053*
88% Nov. 27 99%
87
Oct.
1 100
87
Nov. 25
99%

100
96

Jan.
Oct.

June 10
Jan. 26

July 21
Aug. 10
Sept. 2
July 24

NEW

YORK

CURB

AGGREGATE SALES
In

November
$
40,000

(Continued)

Bid.

69,000
276,000

25,000

34.000 Quebec Power 5s
1968
199,000 Queens Borough G&E4H* '58
354,000
5%«
1952

165,000
62,000

164,000
63,000
253,000
42,000
26,000

75,000
219,000
1,000
74,000
3,000
24,000

1,383,000

Ask

Nov.

2.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale

8634 Sale

Sale'

"6~, 000
1,000

165,000
112,000

98"666
38,000
9,000

17,000

68", 000

9 ,000 Salmon River Power 5s.. 1952
1,432 .000 San Ant Pub Serv 5s
..1958

2.027,.000
5% G notes
...1932
220,.000 Schulte Real Est Go 6s...1935
927,,000
6s without warrants
1935
579,.000 Scrlpps (B W) Go 5%«
1943
339, 000 Servel Inc 5s
..1948

3,496, 000 Shawinlgan W Ac P
4 Hi 8 series B
1,056, 000

4 %«._1967
..1968

5s series C

1970

...

4l*s series D
.....1970
485, 000 Shawsheen Mills 7s
1931
156, 000 Sheffield Steel 5 %•
1948
48, 000 Sheridan Wyo Coal 6s.._1947

4,000

312",000
115,000

9154 Nov. 12

7454 Sale

93

92

96

Sale

Nov. 27

Nov. 11

May 22

4

42

Jan.

Apr. 21

90
96

Sept. 22

12

Nov. 20
Nov.
4

89% Nov. 25
8854 Nov. 13

s75
78

Oct.

44

35
43

4654 Nov. 17

41

Nov. 30
Nov.
2

32

41

Sale
Sale

32

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

60
72

85
78

41% Sale

26

Sale

26

Nov. 30 106
Apr. 13
Oct.
6
76% May
2
Nov. 30
8554 Mar. 16

39

42

Sale

94

20 %

Sale
91% Sale

Sale

Sale

18

Sale

94% Sale

8534 Sale

Sale

50

Sale

6754 Sale

90

48

Sale

6 Ha

7

48

Nov.

42

Nov.

7
9

85

Nov. 30

8754 Nov. 12

18

Nov. 30

23

9134 Nov. 2
10354 Nov. 17

Nov,

9654
.0354
83
Nov.
4
8754
107 54 Nov. 20 10754
100
Nov. 14 102

Nov. 20

3054 Nov. 30

5254 Nov,

48
50
71

63 H

Sale

93

Sale

82

Sale

93

Sale

81

Sale

79

Sale

89

Sale

84

Sale

82

Sale

10054 Sale
9354
100 >4
100 54

Sale
Sale
Sale

75"" Sale"

2

60

Nov.

5

6054 Nov. 18

Nov.

6

74

6834 Nov. 10

70
87

75
79
84

Nov. 30

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Sale

10054 Sale
10054 Sale

Sale'
90

8134 Sale
101

Sale

10154 Sale

2,622,000 Standard Gas Ac Elec 6s..1935
Conv 6s
2,238,000
1935
6s
2,568.000
1951
6s
1,615,000
1966
484,000 Standard Invest 5Ha....l939
250.000
5s without warrants..-1937
3,314,000 Stand Power Ac Lt 6s
1957
233,000 Standard Telep SHs A...1943

155,000
147,000

1,735,000
1,988,000

41,000
13,000

56.000
21,000
151.000
1,110,000
57.000
374,000
1,031,000
680,000

Sale

45

63

Jan.

Oct.

Nov. 28
Nov.
2
Nov. 27

35

Nov. 16

76

Nov. 16

75

8154 Nov. 30
100

Nov.

50

Nov. 21

Sale

8

Nov. 18
5

Nov.

9154 Nov.

9

2 10154 Nov.
Nov.
2 102

10054 Nov.

86

Nov. 28

30

Sale

29

39

Nov. 25

Sale

Sale

78

Sale

Jan.

36

Sept. 26

95

Feb. 25

22

Oct.
6
Nov. 27

81

94

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Jan.
Oct.
Nov.

Sale

99 H

90

104
105

Apr. 22
Mar. 20
9754 Aug. 17

Nov. 28

9054 Nov. 17

89

Nov. 28 101

Nov. 30

46% Nov, 11
4654 Nov, 11

29

Nov. 30

89

Mar. 26

28

Sept. 22

84

May

6 106% Nov.

6

Nov.

13

Nov. 18

8

Nov.

9

75

Nov.

66

Oct.

Nov. 12

86

Nov.

6

80

69

Nov. 19

Sale

65

Oct.

Sale

92

Nov.

Sale

78

Sale

88
88
78

97%
97%
7254
107%

Oct.

6654 Nov. 14

86% Oct.
87% Oct.
76% Oct.

Nov. 27
Nov. 30
Nov. 30

98

Sale

82% Sale

98

Sale

81

Sale

78% Nov. 28

60

Sale

75% Sale

74

Sale

56
60
74

61

61

Sale

6054 Nov.

25

Sale
Sale

24% Nov. 30

Sale

60 %

Sale

25

Sale

25

Nov. 18
Nov. 14
Nov. 30

4

Nov. 27

9

92% Nov. 10

98

Super Power of 111 4%«..1970
4H»
1968

74

71

-

99% Sale
10254
99 %

Sale
Sale

96

Sale

1,269,000

6H a without warrants. 1953
Texas Cities Gas 5s
...1948
Texas Elec Service 5s....1960

73% Sale

60

9554 Sale

Texas Gas Utilities 6s
Texas Power Ac Lt 5s

8754 Sale

.1945

58

Sale

1956

99

Sale

264,000

75

Oct.

9

56

Nov.

86

Nov. 14

58

Oct.

81

Nov. 12

85% Mar. 30

68

63

Nov.

2

60

Oct.
Oct.

36

Nov.

7

2054 Oct.
20
Sept.
5
Sept.

Nov.

34% Nov. 11

100
83

812,000
214,000

40.000

400,000

5s series B

340",000

12,000
4,993,000

38,000
20,000
86,000
82,000
108,000
122,000
583,000
149,000
123,000

485,000
Without warrants
With warrants
477,000
913,000 United Indus 6 Hs
783,000 United Lt Ac Pow 6%s
Deb 6s
117,000
1,581,000
5H»
5,655,000 United Lt Ac Rys 5H«
6s series A
2,107,000
5s
788,000

Sale
Sale

78
77

Nov.
Nov.

§654 Apr.
80

103

Sept.
69% Nov.

Nov. 10

70

Nov.

94

Nov.

Nov. 14

101
95
85

Oct.
Nov.

62

45

93%
93%
102%
104%

Oct.

95% Nov. 20
91% Nov. 9

100

Oct.

94

Oct.

Nov.

Mar. 21

6

Mar. 11

10254 May 12
99% Aug.22

Oct.

5

97

14

Mar. 11

Mar.

98
82

Nov. 10

99% Nov. 10

10154 Nov.
9454 Nov.
9534 Nov.

Mar. 30
June 19

68

Oct.

July
89% Oct.
92

Mar. 24
Mar. 18

0105
104

Jan. 12
Mar. 19

May 14
Mar. 18

Sept. 16
June 25

100

Aug. 17
Aug. 13

87
71

Mar. 19
Mar. 12

Ulen Ac Co 6s

12,000

95

Tenn Pub Serv 5s.......1970
Tern I Hydro-Electric Co—

1,844,000
476.000
4,671,000
1,174,000
4,197,000
187,000
436.000
6,179,000

10254

70
94

Sale

101% Sale
96

Sale

2

62

Nov. 14
9234 Nov. 30 s96
92
Nov. 27
94% Nov. 14

69% Nov.

4

Jan.

Nov. 12
Nov. 10

95

Sale

May

102% Mar. 20
10254 Mar. 18
10154 Mar. 19

49

92J4 Sale

Jan. 14
Mar. 20
Mar. 26
Feb. 26

87
85
62

92

100% Sale

1

June 11

83

35

Sept. 15
9554 Jan.
9

105% Sept. 17
106% Nov. 6 111
Sept. 10
85% Sept. 22 94% May 23

83

7754 Nov. 10

9

Sale

64

June 46

Aug
7
10354 Aug. 25

10054 Nov.

67
88

Sale

Sept. 4
June 10

104% Mar.

8334 Sale

95 H

Apr. 13

106%
105%
106%
96%

Oct.

Sale

Sale

Sale

106

72% Nov.
12% Oct.

Sale

9

13

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

77

24

54% Mar. 26
96
Aug.
8
19 106
Apr. 17

88

101
98

27
83

.....1934

5s
928.000
1944
642,000 Tenn Elec Power 5s
.1956
36,000 Tenn Power Co 5s.......1962

65

Oct.

9554 Jan.

8

Sale'

Sun Pipe Line 5s........1940

1940

Sept.
Nov.

86

725
255

80

9054 Sale
Sale

7
18
25
25
14

88% Nov.

1938

Swift Ac Co 5s

Nov.

11
9
22

70
26

99%
99%
10254
99%
8854

Strawbridge Ac Clothier 5s *48

notes

72

105

55

Stuts Motor of Amer 7 %■ 1937
Sun Oil 5H«
1939

91

7554 Oct.
83% Sept.

40

10654 Nov.

50

May
Apr.
July
84% Apr.
98
May
98
May
Mar.
105.
97 * May
ioi y Feb.
103% Mar.
80

75

26

Sale

Sale

s91

Strauss (Nathan) 6s

9654 Apr. 29

§0%

Nov.

Nov. 18

4 s80

89
45

1938

Stinnes (Hugo) Corp
7s Oct 1 '36 without warr..
7s 1946 without warrants..

Oct.
Oct.

10034 Nov. 4 101% Nov.
8854 Nov. 25 91% Nov.
97
Nov.
2
97% Nov.
10054 Nov. 20 102% Nov.

Sale

Sale

E 5s.. 1957

952.000 Southwest Nat Gas 6s... 1945
684,000 Southwestern P Ac L 6s. .2022
288.000 Staley (A E) Mfg 6s
1942

Oct.

48

Nov. 28

26
75

5s
6,000
1953
37,000 Sou New Engl Telep 5s.. 1970
197.000 Southwest Assoc Tel 5s.. 1961

P 5s..1957

30

4554 Oct.

Nov.

86

Sale

6

Oct. 27 102 j
Mar. 28
10754 Nov. 20 1183
May 29
98% Oct. 27 105% Sept.

62

6

Feb.

Aug. 14
May 18

80

Nov.
4
Nov. 27

85% Nov. 16
91% Nov. 7
8454 Nov. 12

16

82% Apr. 14
9654 Mar. 14

15% Oct.
6 53
90% Oct. 30 101J
10354 Nov. 17 109 J

72

Sale

84

97

73 H

Nov. 19

Feb.

100

26

9054 Sale

6

Nov.

37
26

29

30% Nov. 23
85
Nov. 30

70
26

4054 Sale

103

5

Nov.
7
Nov. 17
Nov. 14
Nov. 20

3054 Sale

1935

80.000
Without warr
6,000 Southern G Ac E 5s A....1957
5,571.000 Southern Nat Gas 6s
1944
Without privilege
543,000

48

7234 Sale

103 H Sale

Co

Nov.

Nov. 30

3034 Nov. 23

Sale
86

2.184.000 Southern Calif Edison 5s 1951
1,176.000
Refunding mtge 5s....1952
371.000
General Ac refdg 5s
1944
Ref Mtge 5s
660,000
1954
1,066.000 Southern Calif Gas 5s...1937
5s
401.000
1957
87,000
5%» Series B
1952
6s
7,000
1950
1st & ref 4
700,000
1961

3,157,000

Mar,

Sale

Southwestern Dairies—

59,000
164,000
76,000
56.000
1,000
25,000

25 103
Jan. 29 104
Nov. 27 105

May 26
June 22

92

88

99 % Sale

5%

88
Oct. 28 10154 May 29
90
94
Aug.
7
Aug. 12
85% Nov. 30 104% Apr. 23
82
Oct. 30 101
May 13
73% Oct. 19 94% Aug.
4

Sale

2025

38,000
86.000
31,000
55.000
37,000
15.000
102,000
119,000
79,000
99.000
45,000
4,000
229,000
36.000

12l"666

Sale Prices.

35

Sale,

157, 000 Sou Carolina Power 5s..1957

4,967, 000 Southeast P At L 6s

470,000
6Ha with warr
1,067.000 Southwestern G At
432,000 Southwestern L Ac

1.

Highest.

Prices

10054 July
Sale

South Jersey Gas Elec Ac Trac

1,000

Sale

100

102

Corp 6%% notes
94, 000
with warrants
1932
540, 000 Snider Pack 6% notes
1932

Gas

Prices

92% Nov. 10
87% Nov. 12
79% Nov. 7

84

27 ,000 San Joaquin L Ac P 6s B..1952
277 ,000 Sauda Falls Go 5s
..1955

Southern

Nov.

Sale

2

Silica Gel

14,000
30,000
11,000
522,000

JAN.

88

St Louis Gas Ac Coke 6s..1947
Safe Harbor Water Pr 4H* *79

1.311, 000
3,726, 000

Prices.

8534 Nov. 30
8334 Nov. 4
7454 Nov. 30

Saxon Public Works—

123,000
29,000
84,000
34.000
11,000
89,000
44,000
109,000
126,000

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale

88

Sale

88 54

75%

Sale
95 % Sale

Lowest.

Ask.

88

100%

With warrants

344,000 Rem'ton Arms 5%% notes '33
Republic Gas Corp 6s A..1945
5,469.000
(Formerly Saxet Corp)
3,628.000 Rochester Gent Pow 5s A 1953
2,824,000 Ruhr Gas Co 6 His
1953
645,000 Ruhr Housing 6%a A
1958
279.000 Ryerson (Jos T) Ac Sons 5sl943

1,093 .000
6.315 ,000

SINCE

2

Reliance Bronze Ac Steel—
Conv deb 6s
1944
Reliance Management 5s.1954

16,000

RANGE

Price

Jan.

1931.
BONDS

764,000 Pub Sent of Okla 5s D...1957
4,000 Pub Serv Subsld 5%« A..1949
2,826,000 Puget Sound P & L 5%s_I949
5s series C
2,788,000
1950
2,654,000
4%« series D
1950

259,666

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

EXCHANGE

65,000
42,000
274,000
76,000
195,000
6,000
46,000

6s

85
Sale
47

"90"" Sale

Sale

8654 Sale
1554 Sale
8854 Sale

2022

Thermold Co 6s with warrl934
Trl Utilities Deb 5s
1979

40

54% Sale

3,000
58,000
1,000
13,000
25,000
13,000
2,000
11,000
1,000
4,000
11,000
15,000
22,000
82,000
54.000

warrants

Corp 5s

354 Sale

1950

56




Nov.
Nov.

41

6

7354 Nov. 30
101

10054 Sale

Nov.

Nov.

9454 Sale

9754 Sale

9454 Nov.

57

57

Sale

....

1941

43% Nov.
83
14
95

Nov. 16

31

Nov.

9

Oct.
Oct.

101% May 15
80
103

87% Nov.

6

2

4

76

Nov": 20

Feb.

101% Nov.

5

Oct.
Nov.

70

Sale

1974

77

Sale

1975

91% Sale

71

Sale

91

Sale

94% Sale

1952

80

Sale

1952

97% Sale

65

Sale

97

Sale

9834 Sale

70

Sale,

"92"" Sale
70
92

Sale
Sale

9954 Sale

70

Sale

Nov. 30

65
91

Nov.
2
Nov. 28

80

Nov. 12

48

Nov.
Nov.

5

28% Nov.

Oct.

9

70

Nov.

102

9

60

Nov.

4

9054 Nov.
62% Oct.

97% Mar. 12
July
2
Q2
July
9
108% Aug. 20
101% May 20

Nov.

24
50

Nov. 23
Nov. 10

29

Oct.
8
Nov. 27
Nov. 30

8054 Jan.

13

4

Nov.

75

Jan.

28

6

6554 Nov. 30

58% Oct.

19

60

58

Nov. 30

2

Nov. 30

Mar.

9

105

Nov. 27

Nov.
Nov.

4

97
75

Nov. 24

75
65
58

May 25
Apr.

76% Nov.

50
35
98
80

2

Sale

7154 Sale

92% Mar. 12
90
May
7

61

44
80

Oct.

Sale

Sale

92

Nov.

Sale

48

47% Oct.

30

Nov.

4754 Sale
46% Sale

Nov. 12

6

Nov. 27
Nov. 30
Nov.
5

Sale

63

1 103

Nov.

50
29
97

Apr. 11

92% Oct.

30
35

6

33

Nov. 23

95

Nov.

9

17

14 106% Sept. 11
26

91

25

Sale

Oct.

9

Sale

4754 Sale

Sale

Feb.

7
4

58

84

Mar.

86

Nov.

65 54

Sale

85

Nov. 30

9954 Nov.
99% Nov.

9854 Nov. 23

29
98

78

30

Nov. 25

60
Nov. 27
9054 Nov. 30

30
25

2

5654 Nov. 4
28% Nov. 27

3934 Sale

1959

1932

Sept. 17

10054 Oct.

11

May 27
110% June
4
7954 Mar. 21
64
Jan.
9

Nov.

73J

14

59% Sale

United Porto Rican Sugar

page

100

....1937

9,000
6H% notes series A...1937
360,000 United Pub Serv 6s.
1942
58,000 U S Radiator 5s ser A
1938
59,000 United Rys of Havana 7 Hs '36
482,000 U S Rubber 6H % notes..1932
Serial 6H% notes
375,000
1933
132,000
Serial 6%% notes.....1934
74,000
Serial 6%% notes..... 1935
Serial 6H% notes
78,000
1936
79,000
Serial 6H% notes
1937
151,000
Serial 6H% notes
1938
85,000
Serial 6H% notes
1939
Serial 6%% notes
153,000
..1940
Serial 6s
2,531,000
1933
483,000 Utnh Power A Light 5*. .1944
wee

Nov.

2

9

48 j

7334 Sale

1967

United El Serv (Unes) 7s. 1956

For footnotes

Nov.

87% Nov.
39

Sale

5% Sale

Union Gas Utilities 6%a A
with

15

Nov.;

48% Nov. 9
91% Nov. 9
2254 Nov. 10
94 3-i Nov.
9

95

1944
Union Amer Invest 5s A.1948
Union Electric Lt Ac Pow
(Mo)

Union Gulf

Nov.

5554 Nov.
4334 Nov.
86
Nov.

Nov.

6

Nov. 30

60% Mar. 31
Apr.
2

69
80

Feb.

80
99

Jan.

17
9

Aug. 19
9454 June 18
84

Mar. 20

8354 Mar. 26

4754 Nov. 30
47% Nov. 24

47 54 No>. 30
52
Nov. 10

4754 Nov. 30
47% Nov. 24

46

Nov.

6

53% Nov. 25

46

Nov.

6

45

Nov.

5

50

9

45

Nov.

5

46
71

Nov. 28
Nov. 30

46

Nov. 28

78

70

Nov.

Oct. 21
Nov.
4

93% June 30

86

53% Nov. 14
78% Nov. 14
9054 Nov. 10

4

Nov.

86

75

Mar. 13

76% Mar. 25
76% Mar. 23
75

Mar. 20
Mar. 30

99% June 22

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

56

12,000

Van Sweringen

1955

1,187,000 Virginia Pub Ser 53*« A..1946
6s
1946
436,000
5s series B............1950
625,000

V

49,600
21,000

46,000
101,000
67,000
28,000
160,000

40,000

Yo",060
28,000

1,000

Bid.

Bid.

7,000 Wanamaker (J) Phila 5M* '49
444,000 Ward Baking Co 6s
1937
641,000 Wash Water Power 5s... 1960
365,000 Webster Mills 6 H»
1933
Western Newspaper Union
Conr deb 6s
.......1944
467.000
..2030
833,000 West Penn Elec 5s

87,000 West Penn Traction 5s.. 1960
1957
2,562,000 West Texas Util 5s A
5s series A new.......1957
309,000
302,000
6,000
597,000
412,000
1,000
15,000
50,000
14,000

Highest

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

103

Sale
Sale

Sale

99

'8034 Sale

Sept. 28
Oct.
5

57

Nov.

9

40

Nov. 24

60

Feb.

f

50«

Nov.

2

3334 Oct.

85

Jan.

6

8034 Nov. 28

Nov.

99

Sale

8334 Sale

2 1003
88

Nov. 20

11

9834 Mar. 25

70

96

Nov.

9

70

3334 Nov. 27

3834 Nov.

9

3334 Nov. 27
9934 Oct. 21

Nov.

9

9134 Oct. 27 10434 June

4 10034 Nov.

9

9734 Oct.
9634 Jan.

92

Sale

9834 Nov.
96 Hi

Sale

48

Sale

95

Nov. 17

92

32

2334 Sale

Sale

71

69 34

Sale
9134 Sale

94

Sale
Sale

32
75

Nov. 18

23

69% Nov.
9134 Nov.

2
2

96
85

Nov. 10
Nov. 23

85

Nov.
2
Nov. 10
Nov. 13
Nov. 10

7334 Nov.

3

23

Feb. 25
9934 Oct. 21

74

30 105!
2 101]

Nov. 18

3
3

3

May "
11
~
Apr.
2

6834 Jan.
Mar.

16
5

6034 Oct.

19

93

Oct.

29

78% Oct.

10

9954 Sept. 8
9734 May 20

90

Sale

64 34

6734 Sale

Sale

62

Sale

9134 Mar. 21
8934 Mar. 6

4 101

Nov.

Nov .27
Nov. 30

88

.1958

Sale

88

Nov. 23

'9534 Nov.'ll
9334 Nov.

9

Oct.

6

8634 Jan.

2

99

Nov.

60

86

86 34

92

July 30

4 10434 May
66
Sept.

92

4
Nov. 27 10434 Aug,
Aug.
3
Nov. 30 104
Jan. 19

54

88

29
9

10034 Jan. 19 10034

Wisconsin Pub Serr 5s. .1942

10434 Mar.

6s Series A__......... .1952

-1958

9334 Aug.
9154 Aug.

71% Nov. 30

99

5His Series B

5 10534 Aug.
7
6 9834 Aug. 20

Nov. 20
Oct.
6

33 34 Sale

7234 Sale

.1956

5s series F

7834 Oct.

7134 Sale

8834,6Sale

Westraco Chlorine 5 His. .1937
Wickwire Spencer 734 s. .1932
Wlsconsin P & L 5s E

Oct.

Nov. 18
Nov. 10
Nov. 11

16

75
81

70

„

25'

77

s4934 Nov. 28

50

5034 Sale

Jan.

Nov. 21
Nov. 19

15

Nov. 24

11

Sale

78

80

Nov.
2
Nov. 19

40
80

1961

West Penn Pow 4s H

1,862,000

Ask.

80

11

Waldorf Astoria Corp—
1st 7s with warrants...1954

946,000

Lowest

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

2.
Ask

Corp—

499,000 Virginia Eloc Power 5s

69,000
57,000
31,000
52,000

-

Nov.

Ask

Bid.

6s with warrants......1935

8,555,000

1,124.000

110,000

2.
1931.

....1940
33,000 Vats par Corp 6s..
1937
72,000 Valrolins OH 7s
Van Camp Packing—
6s
1948
115,000

H»K> oo oo oo

1.

Jan.

BONDS (Concluded)

S

SINCE JAN.

Price

NEW YOEK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

In

November

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

AOOREOATE SALES.

90

10134 Sale

Sale

Nov. 30

90

90

Nov. 30

90

83

York Ice Machinery 6s.. .1937

4 10634 Aug. 24

Nov. 30 10534 July 16
Mar.
2
May 16 87

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL

25,000
36,000
139,000
241,000
,204,000

Agricul Mtge Bk Rep of Col—
20-year 7s
Jan 15 1946
537,000
20-year 7s
Jan 15 1947
699,000

1,254.000

25,000

694,000

281,000
83,000
100,000
3,000

1,899,000

1952

7s

41

Nov. 10

2034 Oct.
2034 Oct.

3
5

8834 Jan.
7954 July

41

Nov. 19

27

Oct.

7

90

57

Nov.

9

25

56

Nov.

9

Nov. 10

40

Nov. 16

14
6

Sale
Sale

35

3534

30

Sale
Sale

Sale

25

Sale

25

Nov. 30

,38

38

Sale

3034 Sale
28

Sale

44

Nov.

7

82

Sale

75

Sale

75

Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 30

7

Sale

30
28

4534 Nov.

36 34

Sale
Sale

Nov.
5
3034 Nov. 28
3234 Nov. 4
3334 Nov. 27
30
Nov. 30

26 34

70
63

1951
501,000 Baden (Germany) 7s
3,150,000 Buenos Aires (Pro?) 7^1.1947

90

75

70

Nov. 25

73

Nov.
9
Nov. 17

70

13
Nov. 25 10034 May 12

Nov. 4
Nov. 30
Nov. 27

23

Sept, 26

29

Nov.
4
Nov. 18

35

1534 Nov. 25

10

36

45 34

82 34

Sale

Cauca Valley (Dept of) Rep of
Colombia extl i f 7«_. .1948

34

Sale

3534 Sale

Sept 23
2334 Sept. 24
17

Oct.

2

Mar. 31

9734 Mar. 14
9034 Mar. 23
75

Apr. 24

Cent Bk of German State 8c

39,000
179,000
335,000
68,000
90,000
58,000
42,000
12,000
70,000

Proy Banks 6s.

..1951

6s
1952
413,000
845,000 Danish Cons Munic 5^1-1955
5s
1953
278,000
Danxlg P 8c Wat'way Bd
external s f 6 His
1952
389,000

3,069,000 German Cons Munic 7s.. 1947
6s
1947
3,548,000
334,000 Hanover (City) Ger 7s__.1939
1949
537,000 Hanover (Prov) 6 34*
Indus Mtge Bk of Finland
1st mtge coll s f 7s
1944
942,000
152,000 Lima (City), Peru, i)4*--1958
.1958
217,000 Maranhao (State) 7s
393,000 Medellin (Colombia) 7S..1951

99 34

Sale

7234 Sale

2634 Sale
3234 Sale
2534 Sale

3234 Nov. 30
2534 Nov. 30

4934 Nov. 25
4634 Nov. 9
3934 Nov. 7
42
Nov.
9
40
Nov.
5

Sale
Sale

6034 Nov. 20
1134 Nov. 9

69
15

47
77

Sale

67 34 Sale

38%
33

37

Sale

Sale

Sale

40

30

Sale

Sale

29

63
12

25

Nov.

13

2

21

Sept. 21
2534 Sept. 21
Oct.

7^1
1951
1947
324,000 Mtge Bk" of Bogota 7s
7s Issue of 1927 (M&N) .1947
294,000
1931
1,650,000 Mtge Bank of Chile 6s

80

Mar. 17

Nov. 30

90

Mar.

Sept. 22

Apr. 13

32

Oct.

82%
95H
8434

1

95

Mar. 10

9

4934 Jan. 13
5934 Mar. 20
79
Mar. 13

13

2534 Nov. 30
Oct.

1134 Nov.

Sale

2434

Sale'

2434 Nov. 30

37

Nov. 12

22

38]
303

Sale

23

Sale

22

Nov. 30

45

Sale

2534 Sale

Nov.
9
Nov. 6
Nov. 10

20

45,000

912,000 Parana (State of). Bras 7s.'58
1959
976,000 Rio de Janeiro 4)4*
1919
456,000 Russian Govt 6 His
6 Hi* certificates...
1919
1,488,000
534*
1921
587,000
5H> certificates
1921
344,000
Saar Basin Con Counties
7s
1935
225,000

36,000
355,000
■322,000

269,000
53,000
6,000
49,000

181,000 Mtge Bank of Denmark 5sl972
......1972
325,000 Netherlands 6s
...1952
24,000 Newfoundland 5s

13,000
24,000
24,000

219,000 Saarbruecken (City) 7s.. 1935
Santa Fe (City) Argentina
Republic extl 7s.......1945
261,000
1949
468,000 Santiago (Chile) 7s
.1961
253,000 Santiago (City of) 7s

*No par value,

n

Sold under the

rule,

95 34

Sale

98

Sale

23 %

Sale

2534 Nov. 30 35
35
30
Nov. 4
15
Nov. 27 2934 Nov.
9
Nov. 27
72
Nov. 7 76
Nov. 17
10134 Nov. 12 102

Nov. 4
Nov. 27
Nov.
5

12
16
2

134

134 Nov. 30

Sale

Sale

Nov.

2

"134 Sale

2

134 Nov. 30

21

Nov. 12
Nov.

Sale

99

76

Sale

4634 Sale
1734 Sale

o Sold for cash.

16

Sale

1634 Sale

s Option sales,

re

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

23
6

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

26
26
29
30

973

Nov.

5 100

43

Nov.

4

55

Nov.
1634 Nov.

2

24

2

2534 Nov.

Ex-dividends,

y

9

Mar. 19

Mar. 21

80

Mar. 19
Mar.

7

Apr.

9

30
Jan. 17
Mar.
9

Mar.

Oct.

5434 Mar. 20
68
3
3

Mar. 19

July 25
June 27
6

3

Mar. 14

June 27

934
1234
154
134

3

Feb.

7
Sept. 25

Oct.

Oct.

4
Nov. 17
Nov. 16
Nov. 10

9

Mar. 14

78

7634
9954
12
Oct. 23 10134
60
98
Sept. 28 10534
9934 May 2 10154

22

8934 Nov.

Nov. 17

16

6

234 Nov. 6
334 Nov. 10
234 Nov. 12

88}
99 34

18

2734 Nov. 11
3

7

21

13

1,072,000

7

22 10234) May

Mendoxa (Prov) Argentina

98,000
16,000
17,000
38,000
9,000
9,000

8034 Mar.
8034 Mar.

2 103!

Sept. 30 104]
25'
8
8

Sept. 29
Sept. 22
Sept. 28

Jan.

13

Feb.

10

19

June 19
June

17

8534 Mar. 20
86
Mar. 23
86
Mar. 24

Ex-rights.

deb. 6s, 1948, $3,000 at 55
Northern States Power, 7%
8034; May 13, Chicago District
at 9834: May 26, Cumberland
<fc Light, 434s, series D , 1950,
Gillette Safety Razor, deb. 5s, 1940, $9,000 at 9634: July 9, New York Power & Light 434s, 1967, $4,000 at 10034: Aug. 3,
A, lOO at 17; Aug. 10, Consol. G. E. L. & P.. 434s. Series H. 1970. $7,000 at 10534; Oct. 1, Pender (D.) Grocery, class A, 100

made as follows in 1931: Jan. 16, National Baking, com., 100 at 5: Feb. 8, General Rayon,
Automatic Merchandizing, com. v. t. c., 100 at 5-16; March 16, Iron Cap Copper, 100 at 154: March 20,

''Under the rule" sales were

March 9. Consol.

pref., 50 at 11034; March 23, Illinois Power & Light, 6% pref., 18 at 97%: April 21, Prussian Electric. 5s, 1954, $4,000 at
Electric, gen. deb. 534s, 1935, $2,000 at 10334; May 18, Shawinigan Water & Power, 1st 434s, series A, 1967, $5,000
County P. & .L., 434s, 1956, $1,000 at 100; June 3, Wright & Hargreaves Mines, 100 at 534; June 15. Puget Sound Power

$3,000 at 95; June 29,
Godchaux Sugars, class
at 1534; Oct. 30, Dayton

Pow. & Lt. 5s, 1941, $1,000 at 106; Nov. 11, American Fork & Hoe, com., 5 at 25.
follows in 1931: Feb. 17, McCord Radiator Mfg. 6s, 1943, with warrants, $1,000 at 58; Feb. 24, Mortgage Bank of Chile,
6s, 1931, $2,000 at 100; Feb. 26, National Trade Journal, 6s, 1938, $2,000 at 15; March 11, Virginia Public Service 6s, 1946, $5,000 at 9434; March 19,
Union American Invest., deb. 5s, 1948, with warrants, $2,000 at 87; April 1, General Public Service, deb. 5s, 1953, $2,000 at 9334; April 15, Northern
Texas Utilities, 7s, 1935, $1,000 at 10034; April 22, Truscon Steel, pref., 25 at 100; May 7, Southern California Gas, 6s, 1957, $3,000 at 10434-105: May 7,
Southwest Gas & Electric, 1st 5s, 1957, $1,000 at 10334; June 23, Union American Invest., deb. 5s, 1948, with warrants, $2,000 at 93; June 30, Hartford
Electric Light, 25 at 74; July 22, Curtiss Mfg., class A, 100 at 1734; Sept. 22, Silica Gel Corp., com. v. t. c., 100 at 134; Sept. 24, International Holding
& Invest., 1,000 at 34; Sept. 28, Netherlands (Kingdom), 6s, 1972, $1,000 at 9734; Oct. 1, Central Public Serv., 534s, w. w., 1949, $2,000 at 31; Oct. 1,
Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting, 100 at 134; Oct. 1, Shattuck Denn Mining, 100 at 134; Oct. 5, East Util. Invest., 5s, w. w., 1954, $4,000 at 28: Oct. 6,
Consol. G. E. Lt. & Pow. (Bait.), com., 100 at 5934; Oct. 6, Houston Gulf Gas, 634s, 1943, $1,000 at 42; Oct. 6, Nat. Public Serv., 5s, 1978, $5,000 at
44; Oct. 17, Texas Pow. & Lt., 7% pref., 50 at 10434; Oct. 19, International Pow. Secur., 7s, 1952, $4,000 at 58; Oct. 24, Shenandoah Corp., 6% pref.,
100 at 1034; Oct. 28, Assoc. Gas & Elec., 5s, reg., 1968, $2,000 at 4434; Nov. 16, National Tea Co. 5s, 1935, $1,000 at 8634: Nov. 16, U. S. Lines,

*"*•'Option" sales were made as

Inc., 300 at 1.




/

New York Produce Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON SECURITIES MARKET ON THE NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

Shares

In

November

Price about
Jan. 2
1931.

BONDS

Bid.

1951

36.000

STOCKS

Shares.

30

60

"""800
12.500

44,400 American Seal cone..

.24

5*

...

Andes Petroleum.
.$5
300 Andian National Cap
..*
25 Arkansas Pow & Lt 6% pref.*
1,200 Assoc Dye & Print v t c....-*
100 Assd Dye & Print $3 pref
200 Assoc Gas & Elec $4 pfd new *
.

1,700 Assoc Natural Gas....
18,700 Atlas UtU S3 pref A
112,300 Bagdad Copper

...

13.000

"2", 200

*

....1
.5

1,000 Banca Comm'le Italia..500 lir
3,000 Bancamerlca-Blair Cap w i.10

2,200 Basic Industry Shares.......
*
11,700 Basin Montana Tunnel A
13,000 Belmont Metals Corp
—1
500 B G Sandwich Shops Inc...*
8,200 Big Missouri Mining......
I

500

8,500

.25

.20 Nov.

.39 Nov.

6

l" 10 Nov." "5

9

1
264,500 California Juneau Gold
...1
136,200 Carson Hill Gold....
2,000 Castle Trethewey Mines Ltd 1
2,440 Chase National Bank.....20

6,100 Chemical Research Corp....*
500 Claremont Investing Corp..*
...._.*
2,400 Color Pictures Inc
1,500 Columbia Baking.
1,700 Col Baking 1st pref.........*
Second preferred
200
....*
100 Columbia Investing,.......*
200 Columbia Phonograph v t c_*
5,200 Commercial Credit cond warr
1
181,500 Como Mines
...1
66,800 Condor Gold Mines
16,700 Cons Gas (N10 rights w i
35 pref when issued.
.*
52,400

30,000 Corporate Trust Shares.....
1,300 Cumulative Trust Shares....

"'"300

35
Sale

::: "if
.15

25
2

15*

.20

.05
15

....

" "09
25

.05
15

_5* Sept. 14

6,500

25*

25* Nov.

5

""300
19,800
200

16,400

G

100

"""766

B

33

.40

6$

30

.50

315*

.65
8

.80
9

31

.05 Nov.

9

195* Nov. 23
1

Nov. 30
Nov. 2

2

.45
7

32

38

9

.05 Sept. 22
195* Nov. 23
955* Feb. 16

.05 Nov.

195* Nov. 23
1
2

Nov. 30

NoV.

.65

.40

Nov.

6

335* Nov. 13

Nov.

7

2 X.

Sale

25*

,

35*

1.30

2.25

1.30

.30

.50

X

35* Nov.

1.90 Nov. 27
.25 Nov. 18

2.15 Nov.

6

2;05

Sale

Sale

"'25*

.25

.31
2.00

.15

.10

.15

5*

.09

2.10
.30

1.00

.50

1.00

.62
2.05
.18

Sale
2.15
.22

l.%.

1

Nov. 10

.22 Nov. 11

35*

15* Nov.

9

.50

2.Q5

.65

Sale

.30 Nov. 19
2.00 Nov. 2
.25 Nov.
6

.72 Nov. 12
2.20 Nov. 13
.30 Nov. 10

85 5* Sale
4454
455*
2

3

25*

3

H

15*

25*
35*
3

te

u

3»

M
3

X
6

15*
20
2
12

~jn

15*
5* Nov. 20

15*
45*

1%
50

3

12

2X

Nov.

5

185*

55* Sale

205*

3.30

4.62

5* Oct.
2

.12

215*

175*

.13 Nov. 12

"185*

.10 Nov. 24

Sale

4.90

2.80

3.85

Sale

4.10

Sale

3

165*

35*
20

38

.30

.25

3
.45

3.62

4.00

35*

2.87

3.00

77

Mln Mill 8c Pow

Sale

4.50

73

Sale

.70

.19

3

Nov. 28

1

Nov. 23

3.50 Nov.
4.95 Nov.

14

'

9
9

35*

55*

5>* Sale
1.05

.90

45* Oct.

T'+f

1

5*

.10

.30

35*
.15

.25 Nov.

7

25* Nov. 18
.39 Nov.

9

2.90 Nov. 28

3.80 Nov. 11

35* Nov. 2
35* Nov. 12
1.12 Nov. 20

"35* "Nov "2
55* Nov. 16
1.13 Nov. 20

3

Nov. 28

1
Nov. 23
.25 Oct. 29
105* Sept. 28
95* Sept. 22
1

2.90 Nov. 28
5
75* Aug.
15* Aug. 22
1.50 Mar. 16

2,200 Group No. Two Oil

....

1

.92 July

.35

.10 July

35* Sale

25* Sale

25* Nov. 27

45* Nov. 12

.59

.35

Sale

.35 Nov. 30

.71 Nov. 30

Sale

15* Oct.

14

13
Sale

1.00

2.00

105*

1.50
2.00

15
11

13

1.00
1.00

1725

Nov. 27

1.73 Nov.

4

20
5

.25 Aug. 14

3
13.
10
10
10
Feb. 24
Feb. 24

May
15* Mar.
Apr.
15*"Mar.
85* June
4
Sept.
5* Jan.
90c
Apr.
1.65 Sept.
May
May
May
Jan.

Jan.
Mar.
Feb.

Mar.

30
2
19
1

11
27
26
14
8
13
9
24
28

Nov. 19
35* Oct.
1
75* Mar. 26

4

185*
145*
65*
75*
35*
55*

Jan.

21
Mar. 18
Apr.
6
Mar. 4
Aug. 5
Oct. 26
Nov. 16

1.60 Aug. 20

.20 Feb.

3

55* July 17
.75 July 21

1405* Jan. 10
285* Jan. 17
15* Mar. 12
7

Feb. 28

.71 Nov. 30

12

48

15

1.25 Nov. 27
15* Sept. 3

15
2
1
9

14

Mar. 2
Oct. 14

465* Jan.
11

6

3
45* Apr. 30
50c. Apr. 17
130
Jan. 13
285* Jan. 17

1

.10

.92 Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Feb.
Feb.

15

.20 Feb.

1 "I

.32 Nov. 24
3
Mar. 18
40c Jan. 28

2.74 Nov. 28

Nov. 19

.21

-.1

Golden Cycle Corp Cap....10
900 Granada Gold Mines.
...*




5c
Feb.
5
1.05 Aug. 10

45* Jan. 10
June 25
12
295* Jan
65* Mar. 9

8

6

35* Oct. 22
2.50 Apr. 17
7
Feb.
6
2.15 Nov. 6

21

600 Glen Falls Insurance......10
100 Globe Insurance Co.......10

No par value,

11

9-32 Mar. 31

2.74 Nov. 28
4.95 Nov. 9

6

1.48 Feb. 24
13
Feb.
4
73
Jan.
5

5

\

3,200

•

14

Nov.

5* Sept. 24

13-32

Feb.

7
Jan.
6
25* Oct. 20
.14 Apr. 29

5* July 14
85* June 30

5*
.10

2

2
Nov. 2
57
Apr.
7
45* Mar. £4
405* Feb.
6

2.20
6
6
.30
2 102
605* June
475* Jan. 13 50
7
55*
15* Oct.
2
June 17
35*
15* Sept. 30
35*

35* Sept.

::::

955* Feb. 16

1
12
29

.30 Nov. 19

12

.20

44c. Mar. 25
20
Oct.
1

15* Jan.
6
70
Sept. 22
285* June 24

10

1.70 Aug.
.25 Nov.

5* Nov.
\X Nov.

3

Mar. 13

35* Sept. 12
45* June
2

22
24

35* Oct.

120 Fidelity 8c Deposit (Md).._50
100 Fireman's Insur of Newark.10

"""700

4

995* Sept. 29
175*

55*

26,100 Flag Oil of Del capital.....*
39,600 Fuel Oil Motors Corp_...__10

136,100 General

2
28

5* July
70
Sept.
285* June
5* Oct.
1
Aug.
14c
Apr.

15*

13-32

.11

2

Oct.

Apr.

Nov. 30
May 22
3
Sept. 1
1.90 Nov. 27
.25 Nov. 18
2
Jan.
8
9c
Nov. 28

6
.32 Nov. 24

5*

5*

.25

.09 Nov. 28

22

June 29
Nov.
Mar. 20
Apr.
Oct.

.39 July

85*
695*
25*
1.90

4.00

",725"

5

25* Nov. 30

2.25

2,50

30

.78 Nov. 10

D

1,900 Dominion Prod cts Ltd
104,100 Eagle Bird Mine capital....1
1
3,900 Eldorado Gold Mines Ltd

1,000 Exeter Oil Co A

36,000

2

2

8

3.28fi 4.00

2

15* Feb.
6*.
5* May 22
15
Feb.
9
65* June 10
35* Feb. 11
8
Feb. 27

175* Mar.

|* Oct.

.09
20

73

"25*

1

July 21

Jan. 13
1.12 Nov.
6

39

Map. 13

15* May 25

3

30

15

100 Elec Bond & Share frac scrip
300 Excess Ins Co of America
5

11,300

22

Feb. 27

,

50

1

Detroit & Canada Tunnel..*
200 Diversified Trust Shares A..

Oct.

25* Nov. 20

—

45*

Detachable Bit of Amer....*

700

2

52

39

35

Sale

IX
Sale

2

3

2,900
190,400

Mar.

175* Mar.
25

353 Dardelet Threadlock rights
100 Deposited Bank Shares N Y—

353

89

May 12 1.40

5

8

700 Continental Casualty
10
100 Corp Secur Co (Chic) units..
100

20c

2.00

2.00

5

500 Consolidated Ind 8c Ins Co. .5
500 Contin Bank & Tr of N Y..10

2,900

2

Apr. 23 109 3* Apr. 23
8 625* June
5

475* Jan. 12
1.10 Nov.
15* Feb.

i"l2Xovf"6

17
35

12,700 British Can Shares Inc.....*
5,500 Brown's Lunch System
*

310 Chemical Bank & Tr Co...10

300

.22

.*

500 Butte Madison Mines....

26,000
9,000
2,000

Highest.

Mar.

8

lBfi
30

600 Bird Aircraft Corp
*
100 Bond & Mtge-Guar capital.20
100 Bourjois Inc $2.75 pref.....*

""'300

1.

Sale Prices.

35* Feb. 11
35* Feb. 11

400 Bandlni Petroleum..... ....1

""9,566

Sale

"85 "l"I6

....I

200 Baltimore Amer Insur.

"2",I66

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

JAN.

615* June

1

500 Am Utll & Gen A conv-.-_.20

100

Highest.

Sale Prices.

_

Sale Prices.

89
109

— —

161,900

Lowest.

SINCE

1045* July
7 1045* July
7
Mar.
5
465* Mar. 10 47
815* Mar. 17 825* Mar. 17

490 Aetna Insurance..........10
200 Ajax Oil & Gas Ltd...
.1
100 All Amer General warr

100 Aasi Clears toff A
...*
100 American Insur (Newark) ...5
100 American Investors S3 pfd—*

200

Ask.

RANGE

67

600 Amalgamated Laundries....*
Amer & Continental w w—_
300 Amer Bemberg com........*
200
B__

2",B66

$454^666

35

1,000

600

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

$47,000
4,125,000

Par.

1,218,950 Admiralty Alaska Gold

•"""266

IIIIIII

30.

1025* 105

3,000 Assoc Gas & Elec 6s ....1999
6,000 Cities Serr Pow & Lt 534s 1949
5,000 Cuban Amer Sug 8s
..1936
1966
6,000 Phila Electric 1st M 5s
4,000 Southern Cities P S 6....1949

Shares.

Nov. 2.
Bid.

Ask.

Par.

$
$5,000 Alabama Power 5s

%

1930.

1931.

'

PRICES IN NOVEMBER,

NSW YORK PRODUCE
EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

Bond Sales.

|

I November
10,080,6811 Jan. 1 to Nov.
313,242

560,335
7,813,737

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

AQGREQATE SALES.

1930.

1931.

November.

Jan. 12
Mar. 2

155* July 23
1.73 Nov. 4
25* Feb. 25

-

YORK

NEW

58
AGGREGATE SALES
In

Jan. 1.

Shares.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

NEW YORK PRODUCE
EXCHANGE

Shares.

2,800
1,400

STOCKS

>

1931.
Par.

10
150
4,800
18.600
4,400

Guaranty Trust of N Y
100
Guard Detroit UnlonGroup20
*

Hamilton Gas
Helena Rubensteln pref

*
Hendrick Ranch Royalties._*

700 Home Fire Security
300 Home Insurance

&

10

100 Independence Trust Shares
100 Independent Brew Plttsb._50

22"500

405,500

Nov.

Nov. 30.

2.

Bid.

5534

52

Ask.

10

Ask.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Internat'l Rustless Iron

Sale

22

K
8X

1354

34

Nov. 28

Nov. 13

11

IK Nov. 17

2% Nov.

.50 Nov.

.75 Nov. 12

2

19X
.25

9

.35

X

35c

IX

1

.19 Oct.

2

.30 July
Jan.

9

.60

25c

14

534 Feb. 27
1834 Feb. 25
234 Oct. 28
8
Mar.
4
3634 Jan. 24
1.55 May
4
37c
Aug. 20
254 Mar. 21

.07 Oct.

15

1.25 Mar.21.

2X Jan.

1
11

§y<

634
32 34

31

.50

7
Oct.
5
1X Nov. 17
554 Apr. 28
21
Sept. 24
6

2

.09 Nov.

2.00

7

.10 Nov.

7

3K Jan.

3

534 Jan. 13
4
Aug. 10
334 Jan.
3

.25 Oct.

1

1.20 Feb. 20

34 Sept. 15

1

334
•is Sale

178 A*

500 Ironrite Ironer.............*

7,000

100
100

100

4

2
.30

4

2

.40

.26

Sale

.26 Nov. 30

.34 Nov.

7

100

Jenkins Television

*

Keeley Silver Mines Ltd

1,863,500
2,700
1,850

25

s*

.20
1

.35

.28 Nov.

6

is

7X Nov.

4

200 Mid-Cont Pub Serv A

w

*
10

Nov. 19

X Sept. 15
34 June 25
1934 Feb.
2

2

4

234

2734 Sale

IX Feb. 26
.32 Nov. 10
6
July 27
2.25 Aug. 17
1.18 May 26

Sale

.45 Nov.

5

.59 Nov.

7

Sale

3.05 Nov.

5

5% Nov.

9

2

1

1.00

3.70 Nov.

3.73

2.85

3.60

3.70 Nov.

3.20
9
1.00

3.68

2.75

3.40

3.50

Nov.

,9

Nov. 25

3.50 Nov.
4
9
Nov. 25

1.12

Nov. 18

1.25 Nov.

.75

8X
1.00

.39

$

.10

6

41X

.50

.36

4834

49 X

Sale

.35 Nov. 27

10

11

40 X Nov. 14

K

7

Nov. 11

.45 Nov.
9
11
Nov. 11
Nov. 28

41

300

4X

IX
1.19

Sale

1.00 Nov.

Sale

10

2
Nov. 27

1.19 Nov. 30
10
Nov. 27

4,700

1,000
9,300

2"400

25c

Phoenix Oil
Pioneer Gold Mines....

1

534

2X

6

3K

4.05

4.25

3.40

4.00

X

X

X

Sale"

54
Sale

2500 2%5
in

5

Nov.

6
4.50 Nov. 11

100

"506

*

Reliance Internat'l $3 pref..*

Rhodeslan Selec Tr Ltd..5 sh

500 Rio Grande Valley Gas
.*
300 Roovers Bros Inc 7% pref...5
500 Roxy Theatres Corp
*
800
A
*

300

2,000
400
100

"I'ooo
31,800
1,500

6,700
1,800
3,400
3,000
27,500

.35

1.00

.40

1.00

.20

2.86 Nov. 27

3.48 Nov. 12

Seaboard Surety Co
Seaboard Util Shares

_*
Sherritt-Gordon Mines Ltd.l

Shortwave & Tele vision... .1
Siscoe Gold Mines Ltd
...1

500 Solid Carbonic Co Ltd...

6X

10c

4%

IK

X

1,900 Southern Surety Co....$1.25

700

16,000 Splitdorf Electric....
*
240 Springfield Fire & Mar Ins.25

Sale

2X

334

2.15

2.60

1.75

Nov.

6

2.40 Nov.

6

3

Nov. 18

4

2.60

Nov."5

'"l5~ ""30 '"15* ""25
*"4" """5"
IK Sale
16 K

3IH m
2

IX

IX

IX

ix

9

3

IK
14 X

IK

IX

IK

u
1K
1634

50c

75c

12

10M

.05
.40

3X

50c

1534
Sale

,60

.50
.52
Sale
.68

1

X
X

IX Sale

3X
2

12

34

.53

.65

134 Sale
.50
.57
334
454

X

X Nov. 17

1

734 Nov. 25
34 Nov.
5
234 Nov. 5

Nov. 10

12

834
34
Xr

X

1-16

2

35c

"lM"Nov."7

3,000
300

.53

Nov.

5

134 Nov. 16
.61 Nov. 20

Nov.

9

X Nov.
234 Nov.

5
5

.82

Nov.

9

2

Nov.

2

.65 Nov.

7

2

34 Nov.

7

34 Nov.

7

1

X

7X
654

X Nov.

2

X Nov.

300

280

B
4,580
300 Twentieth Century Tr Shs

2,540 Twin City Transit Scrip.....
100 Union Financial A
_.....*
100 United Pub Util $6 pref
*
400 U S & British Internat B
*

2,200 U S Elec Lt & Pow tr ctf A..*
4,500
B
....._..*
3,800 Utilities Hydro & Rails w w.*
4,000
Warrants
11,100 Van Sweringen Corp w 1
..*
100 Venezuelan Holding
Corp..*
........

9,200

1,000

4.25

3.40

900

3.80

4.25

3.40

3.85

IK

75c.
1.50

.50

.50

"1

.75

1.00

1.00

X

Sale
7X

.10

.38

2
6

Sale

4.50

Sale
7

4.50

16:600

K

2
0

45

55

3.50
23

.60
2.00

3 K Nov. 27
.57 Nov.
4
1.00 Nov.
6

.60 Nov.

9

1.35 Nov. 17

4.80

434 Nov. 13
3.00

4.90 Nov.

9

434 Nov. 13

3.50

40

May 18

4

Feb. 25

_

134 Jan.

23

14

Feb. 11

20

Jan.

1X Feb.

20

.45 Oct.

6

Jan.

Oct.
Mar. 17
1

29
27
25
25
18

27

Jan. 27
2
13
25

Feb.
50c
Jan.
1.33 Feb.
4
June
.71 Oct.

10.

29
26

734 May
8
754 Feb. 24
334 Jan.
98
Jan.
7
Feb.
734 Feb.
734 Feb.

X Oct.

1
Apr.
334 Nov.
.50 Aug.
1.00 Sept.
34 Mar.

43;
25c

25
7

2X Oct. 26
34 Nov. 7

2

3X
4.63 Nov. 12

3.74

3X Nov. 28

Mar. 20
Mar. 10
Jan. 22
Feb. 17

1834 Jan. 17
3
Aug. 17
434 Feb.
6

234 Nov. 5
7c
May 20
.47 Sept. 28

Oct.

23;
18^
345

22
17
27
21

4

.38

"~x

X

IX

Sale

2
26

3
32

19
14
18

25

15
1
Mar. 17
4834 Mar. 2
334 Mar.25
334 Nov. 28
1.50 Apr.
9
1.35 Nov. 17

34 Jan.

26

7

3 Feb. 20

434 May 29
434 Oct. 15
334 Oct. 27
40
May
6

634 Feb. 21
734 Jan. 12
634 Feb. 21

Aug.fl

52

Feb. 18

734
654
4^ Sale
34
34

20X

22

4.52

4.68

Mar. 12

Sept.16

June 18

2

June 18
Mar. 19

iJ

2

1934
4K

2134

21

34
a

.40

M

.25 Nov.

6

.50 Nov.

23

Oct.

2

8

2

Sept. 23

4

a

2

June 12
Nov.
6

75c
.45

June

6

1

.65

Feb

40c

.60

.50

Mar.

2

16

1.78 Nov. 24

2X Sale

3%

Sale

"534 "16"'

»

5K

1.80 Nov. 13

,234 Feb. 26
1.78 Nov. 24

"Nov" _2

*3 K Nov." 30

434 Sept. 25
134 Aug. 18

10

2H

7

13c

17c

V05 ~"io

"0*6* "".10

33

Oct.

35

r

1

.50
1.00

1
42

4.50

IX

X Sale
—

Mar. 12

Sept. 16

4.25

900 Wellington Oil of Calif cap.. 1
100 Western Pub Serv capital...*




7

1

.80

•No Par value.

1-16 Oct.

11

June 25

May 11
Apr. 27
9
734 Feb.
105
Aug. 11

Mar. 27

10M

23
29
5
14

42

.30

200 Wing Aeronautical Corp...10
3,100 Wisconsin Holding A
10
700 York Share Corp
....1
88,000 Zenda Gold Mining........I

Jan.

23

20

25

55c.
.75

Ventures Limited..........*

171,400 Western Television

&

534 Aug.
3X Oct.

3.85

4834
2X

800 Vipond Consol Mines
..1
100 Warner Aircraft Corp....
*

79:666

26c*

1

46

49,700 Trent Process..

....._..*
200 Trinidad Electric Co
1 pd
4,700 Trustee Standard Oil Shs A—

Jan. 23
.32 Mar. 11

1J0 June
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
2.70 Aug.

June

July
X Nov.
2
May
7
Sept.
734 Nov.

2

3.92

654
634

Tom Reed Gold Mining.....1
600 Treadwell Yukon Ltd
1

1

5
Sept.25
2934 June
2
IX Oct.
6
25c May 18
2
Apr. 10

92

6X

61,100

1

6

Feb. 24
Feb. 20

2

25c
Jan.
1.50 Oct.

1

5

5c

7

3K

6

66c

IX Nov. 19

K

10

X

IX Nov.

2

3K

IX
2X
9

IX Nov. 19

9

....

5,000

34 June
2

634 Apr.
4K Sept.
105
Aug.

"JH" "5

3

354

6X

100 Swallow Airplane
•
2,500 Swedish Ball Bearlng__100 kr
2,200 Sylvestre Util A
*
5,000 Tobe Deutschmann
___.*

19
Feb. 26
3.25 Feb. 25

65

234 Oct.
7 X Feb.

39c

1

Feb.

23J

Jan.

Feb.

2.50

6

Aug.

2.80 Nov.

1

20c

534

14

Mar. 18

1
Feb.
.26 Mar.

3X

Feb. 24

934 Jan.

434 Oct.
334 Oct.

Jan.

X Mar.

300 Stand Oil Trust Shares A....

9,200 Super Corp of Amer A
B
4,100

58

IK

X

Mar. 11

110

534 June

*

"""166

Oct.

.26 Aug.

"K

Shepard Stores Inc

20

Mar.

Jan.

Feb.

500 Shamrock Oil & Gas.......*

2,800
13,000
654,300
9,000

May 28

1.00

5

10
warr

July 24
1.19 Nov. 30

134 Apr. 21

.75 Sept.

.75

2.0

Royalties Management A...*
Seaboard Continental—....*
Seaboard Fire & Mar Ins.. 10

5

Nov. 27

2334

254

...5
25 Queens Bor G & E 6% pf..l00

Railways Corp

834 May 20

10

4

1

IX

600 Public Fire Insurance

Radio Securities A.........5

2

24
2

26c

2

1

3,200
18,000
1,800
4,800

Mar.

•11 Jan.

500 Premier Shares Inc

■:/.

12

May 27

X

~3~2~4 ~~3~40 '2~90

4X Nov. 25
3.85 Nov. 21

*

10,000 Powell Mining Prop

4
15
7
10
20

34
3

26
6

Oct. 15
Nov. 27

X Apr.

*

100 Pittsburgh Brewing

634
9254
5434
534

Aug.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

52

10

X

654 Sale

'34

100 Petroleum Derivltives

9

24

57c
20

59

34
2354

3,800 Pan Amer Airways warr.. 1934
1,000 Park City Consol Mines.. 10c
73,000 Patricia Birch Lake Min
1
51,400 Petroleum Conversion......5

July

2

Mar. 18
Feb. 24
Sept. 15
Feb. 26
Feb. 26
Jan. 26
Sept. 28
Apr. 17

53

400 Nor & Sou Amer B.-.-.....*

.

5
.90

20

2,700 N Y Rio & Buenos Aires warr
1,900 North Amer Finance A.
.*
38,000 North Amer Trust Shares
13,600 North Butte Mining....$2.50

*
*

2

Sept. 10
Mar.
Jan.

4

4X

29

Apr. 28
Jan.
3
Jan.

1

2

1

934
434
.97
634
534
1234
134
234

25c

8

200 Ohio Kentucky Gas
100 Ohio Valley Gas

.22 Oct.

12

IK

5

10X Oct. 30
4034 Nov. 14
Apr. lb

_

10

5,900 Nation Wide Securities B

2,300

Oct.

27

K

ToT ~S"a"le"

54

5

Nov. 25

1

39

38

100 National Casualty Co
..10
610 National City Bank
20
300 National Fire Insurance...10

4,600 National Liberty Insur

9

Jan.

.....

*

warr_.

200

IX Apr. 27
.72 Aug. 20
334 Oct. 16
334 Nov, 4

IK

Mt Diablo Oil Min & Dev_..l

4,000 National Aviation E

.35 Oct.
7
1.18 May 26
13

2.25 Oct.

134 July 21

42

38

"1%

...-

4

12

3

31

234 Nov. 24

.50

Sale

9

Oct.

2X Nov. 24

3.45

39

134
154
634 Sale
78
80

2

6

1134 June 17
534 Apr.
2

2X Nov. 24

.75

.38
51

July 20

Feb. 20
.28 Nov.
6

.25

48

3

Mar.

.32 Nov. 10

3.50
3K

.50
3.45

Feb. 21

3

40

1

1

"934 "12H

14

Jan.

6

.45

.1

i

2

Nov. 30
Nov.
4

7

3.00

5

1,300 Metal Textile Corp
100 Metropolitan Gas & Elec
73,000 Midas Lode common

Nov. 24

1

8X Sale
IX
2X

7X
*

$6 Preferred

10

3

Macfadden Publications...

100 Merch & Mfrs Fire Insur....5

1,000

"ix

1

Macassa Mines Ltd

1,300 Manufacturers Trust Co
800 Maxweld Corp

200

234
334

...*

100 Magazine Repeat Razor B..*
900 Magnavox Co Ltd
._.*
2,300 Majestic Household Util....*
730 Manhattan Co
I...20

35,100

54

1

Kelvinator of Canada

Nov. 24

10

10

16
3

.22 Sept.30
10
Oct. 14

32 X May 12

4

*

Kane Stores of N E "A"

10

Sale

........5

600 Lessings Inc
...5
900 Leverage Fixed Trust Shs....
1,400 Lincoln Petroleum
...1

200

150

Jencks Mfg Go

Keystone Cons Mines Ltd..l
200 Keystone Copper Mining...1
162,000 Klldun Mining.............*
5,500 Kinner Air & Motor
...._*
73,500 La Grange Place Mines
1
900 Leaders of Industry B
600
C...

"17406

75,500

1

35

13,100
56,200
1,400
1,500
1,900
88,000

300

10

4

5,000 Irving Trust Go...........10

"i'500

Highest.

Lowest.

5X Jan. 12
Aug. 10

3
12

1

Vitamin.....*

1,900 Interstate Natural Gas.....*

1,400
1,100

1.

Sale Prices.
Sale Prices.
Jan. 13
473
Jan. 13 473
54
Jan. 14
26
Oct. 13

100 Internat'l Securities B—_*

600 International

""loo

SINCE JAN.

,,

5,400 Imperial Eagle Mining—...1
200 Independence Indemnity__10

2,000

Bid.

10

1
34,900 Homestead Oil & Gas
7,500 Howey Gold Mines Ltd
1
500 Hutto Engineering Inc.....*

2,500

RANGE

Price about
Jan. 2

Since

November

EXCHANGE

PRODUCE

Jan.

13

634 Oct.
1
1834 June 29
0.5 Nov. 20

.13 Nov. 12

.05 Nov. 20

Mar. 25
Jan.
8
Feb. 25

134 Oct.
76c

30

Feb. 16

.82 Mar. 17
Mar.
2

1

234 Feb. 26

1.80 Nov. 13
434 Sept. 25

354
734
1034
\8X

Nov. 30
Jan.
7
June 27
June 29

26c

Feb.

14

Chicago Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.—

AQQBEGATE
In

at

November

SALES.

Since
Jan. 1.

11,000
15,000

37",005
13,000
1,000
18,000

9,000

1938
1927

Bid.
78
74
62

Ask.

96
62

64
64
36

Chicago Railways 5s
1927
1st mtge 5s ctf of dep..1927

63

6434

6234

§8

64
Sale

1927

22

Adjustment Income 4b

14

17

Purchase money g 5s..1927

33

100
98

Chicago Stadium 6s

1943

29
42

Commonw Edison 5s

1943

105

series C.1956
1957

96
99

1st mtge

434s D

434s series E
1st mtge 5s series A

5s series B
1st

..I960
1953
1954

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

26

9834

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest,

Sale Prices.

Sate Prices.
78
Jan.
58
June 25

Sale Prices.

61

87

46

51

46

51

46
12
49
49

51

4834

51

15

15

18

80
90
95

52

49

5434

52
16
9

13
5
3
8

49

54

16

19

7

10

■6

3

12

95
95
92

105 H 106 34
100 - 10134

112

4,000 Cudahy Packing 5s
.1946
5,000 Dominion Gas 8c El 634s_1945
5,000 El Paso Nat Gas 634s
1943

10

101

10,000 Federal Public Serv 6s..1947
1,000 Federated Util 534s
1957
1934
20,000 Gary Elec & Gas 5s
3,000 Great Lakes Util 534s
1942
: 9,000 Grigsby Grunow 6s_....1936
1936
9,000 Holland Furnace 6s
M 1,000 Hussman Ligonier 6s
1939
< 1,000 111 Bell Tel 1st 5s A
1956
1936
1,000 Ind Nat Gas 5s
8,000 Inland Gas 634s.
1938
1940
7,681,800 Insult Util Inr 6s
5s without warrant
1949
3,000
2,000 Jewelers Bldg of Chic 6s. 1950

80

45

35
28

Oct..

6

July

16

4934 Nov. 4
4934 Nov. 25
1934 Nov. 18

53
53

44
42

Oct.
Oct.

7

Nov.
7
Nov. 12

1934 Nov. 18

9

Nov.

6

11

Nov. 18

10134 104
10134

--

10134 Nov.

4 10134 Nov.

4

Sale

9734

78

84

102

50

101

90

92

172,000 Kresge (S S) & Co 5s

1945

2,000 La Salle Wacker Bldg 6s..l954

28,000
14,000

Metro W S Eler

1st 4s...1938

95

99 X

9934

104J4

81
84
42

102
35
Sale

55

90
50

78

98
Sale

.....

32

95

49

Sale

49

Nov. 28

6034 Nov.

9

"89"
76

44

48

44

43

47

43

48

60

90

1,000

67,000
5,000
4,000

1978

68

No Amer Gas 8c Elec 6s..1944

75

Northwestern Elev 5s.

4034

52

4034
46

56

1941

Northern Util Co 6b A...1943

6Hs

.

4834

"80*"

1943

1,000 Old Dominion Pow 5s A..1951

71
70

9434

32,000 Penna Pow 8c Lt 434 s
1981
4,000 Peoples Gas Lt & Coke 5s 1947 104

76
75

42

42

96
106

Pettlbone-Mulllken 10-year
6s
2,000
5,000 Portland Gen

5,000

2",666

48,000
24,000
12,000
2,000
50,000
4,000

1938
Elec 4s

C

5s

1966

434» series E

1980

4Ms series F
1981
Pub Ser Sub Corp 534a A 1949
2,000 Roanoke Wat Wks 5s A..1950
21,000 Southern Un Gas 6^8...1939

5,000 South East Gas & Wat 68.1941
4,000 South United Gas 6s
1937

6,000
1,000
1945
19,000 Southwest Nat Gas 6s
2,000 Sou West Pub Serv 6s A..1945
5,000 Spruce Falls 1st 8 He
1945
24,000 Standard Tel Co 5 34s A..1943
10 year conv 6s
15,000
1938

South United Ice 634s...1938
Southwest Lt & Pr 5s A..1957

5,500 Stand Textile Prod 634s_.1942
1,000 Straus Safe Dep Co 534s_1943

2,000

57,000
28,000
15,000
6,000
5,000
71,000
4,000
10,000
9,000
4,000

Swift 8c Co 1st

f g 5s

106
102 34

Sale
9734

99

May
Oct.

5
14

5

50
98

8634 Feb. 26

9934

June

May
Oct.

10

8

94

Oct.

1

Feb.

11

7234 Jan.

20
8

49

19 101

May

Mar. 30

6134 Feb. 17
77

Mar. 21

75

Mar. 13

60

Feb. 20

7634 Mar. 25
7334 Apr.
6
81

Mar.

75

Jan.

2

20

67

May 29
94
Apr. 17
9734 May
7
0834 June
3
Feb. 20
June 15

Jan.

Sept.

4
2

Jan.

96

86

98
87

Nov. 23 100

Nov. 23

15 11034 Apr.

Oct.

89

100

2010434 May 18

June

June 26

Aug.
July

Jan.

Nov.

Nov. 21

95

July
Aug.

July 23
Aug.
5

71

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Mar. 20

Oct.

Oct.
Jan.

7534

7134 Nov. 21
75

80

61

65

71

75

85

29

88

92
100

70

98

101

86

75

77
85

50

50

7134 Nov. 21

60

95

40

101

Union Elevated RR 5s.
United Amer Util 6'

7034

Aug.
Sept.

....

Mar.

6
June 29

Feb.

70

X&34
50

May

10234 102
62

51

May 19
Aug. 15

Oct.

103

Oct.

6634

Mar. 16
Feb.
3

Jan.

United Public Serv 6s A..1942

55

8234

8334

58

77

80

80

7334
8034

70

60

77

Jan.

17

Mar. 14

Feb.
Feb.

Mar. 19

51

50

Nov. 20

50

Nov. 20

50

59

634% gold debentures. 1933
United Pub Util 5His
1947

46

Nov.

52

64
59

60

1958

27

Jan.

50

7534

16
23

Aug. 3
May 14
May 22

Jan.

1940

7
12

Mar.

....

9334 100
80

Aug.

Jan.

8834

100

Western Utilities 534 s

June 26

10434 Feb.

Feb.

98

8734

96J4

103

1947

Oct.

15
26
18
14

1

"9334 "95"

75
94

A

Mar. 25

July
Aug.
9854 Aug.
50
Aug.

4
6

108

102

6s

May 20

May 20

June

208 So La Salle St Bldg 5 Hs'58
Texas Gas Util 6e
1945
Toledo Lt & Pow 58
1932

1945

96

Mar. 25 105
13 70
26 85

Oct.

45

10334

1944

s

1,000 Util Pr & Lt Realty 6s
1,000 Wash Gas & Elec 5s

25,000

38
102

Mar. 19

Mar. 20

Apr.
3834 Oct.

1933

Pub Serv 1st ref gold 5s..l$56
1st & ref mtge 534B
1962

29

5434 Mar. 14
57
Sept.18
6834 June
5
50
May
5
6634 June 15
7334 Apr.
6
7334 Jan.
6
62
July
6
67
May 29
94
Apr. 17
9634 Apr. 30
10734 Mar. 13

49

75

3,000 Nat Hotel of Cuba allot ctl '59
Nat Pub Service 5s

Mar. 30

14

63
49
95

HZ" "32"

97

74
70

114,000

19

23
14
30 64
28 101

98
35

.1938

Extension 4s

Mar. 20

3754 Mar. 25

10434 Feb.

98

9954

32

June 27
Mar. 19

50

97

99

6

Mar. 14
Mar. 17
Mar. 23

6734 July
85
Aug.
98
July
50
Aug.
6234 June
9834 Sept.

70

100

92

Nov.

Mar. 14

7254
3934
7454
7334
5234

10534 Jan.
5 11054 July
6
10034 Jan. 30 10354 June 24
90
Oct.
"" 103
Sept. 4
102
Apr. 20
Apr. 20 102
100
Sept. 21 10834 Sept. 8
"13< Nov. 4 10834 July 21
10834 May 8 11334 Apr. 16
81
Sept.21 9834 Mar. 27
Apr. 14
10234 Apr. 14 102 J
96
105

93

25

9

10

8334

9634

1934 Nov. 18

36
39

93
104

87

81

34

7

Mar. 23
Feb. 21

9

7
14

10134 102

2
2

Apr.

5334 Nov. 17

98
98

101

Feb.
June
Feb.

52

Nov.

2

7834 Jan.
8854 Feb.

Jan. 10 75
Mar. 27 100
Feb.
90
Apr.
7 95
Oct. 10 72

4834 Nov. 6
5034 Nov. 20

,

928,000

1.

Lowest.

48

6s
1943
Commonw Sub Corp 534s 1948
mtge

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices.

80
99

32

5s series B

Nov. 2.
Bid.

84
76

Certificates of deposit.1927

1927

RANGE

Sale
76
64

Chic City & Con Rys 5s.. 1927

5s series A

-

Price
1931.

Cherry Burrell 6s...
Chicago City Ry 5s

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

1930.

$872,000
26,231,000

Jan. 2

BONDS

6,000 British Columbia Tel 5s_.1943
1,000 Central West Pub Serf 6s '36

1931.

$1,036,000
10,283,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

CHICAQO
STOCK EXCHANGE

1945
5,000 Allied Owners 6s
128,200 Appalachian Gas Corp 6s 1945
6s B
1945
50,000

Bond Sales.

.:,

November

3,853,100
65,126,100

1,575,000
31,202,200

S

3,000
91,000
189,000
29,000
454,000
306,500
47,000
127,000
6,200
9,000
5,000
67,000
5,000
10,000
1,000
60,500
41,000
13,000
16,000

1930.

1931.

November

58

May

8034
8234

Feb.

May
4
Apr. 24
May
6

June

June

60

June

8
June 25

Apr.
July

.....

Apr. 23
July
1

1955

1932

"9934

STOCKS
Shares.

1,250
1.250
930

1,350
300
*

Shares.

Par.
15.200 Abbott Laboratories com...*

24.740
5,350
10,590
9,020
16,695
53,900
72,190

No par value.

35

Sale

32

...25

35

Sale

...»

19

Royalty Co com
._*
Mfg Corp com.. 10
Corp A...5

1634 Sale
1354
14

9
1

Allied Motor Ind Inc com
*
Allied Products Corp cl A._*

20

Acme Steel Co...
Adams (J D) Mfg com

Adams

Ainsworth

All-Amer Mohawk

zEx-ditidend




1934

Sale

34}
16}
12

1

434

10

2

754

6

17

3134 Nov. 27
1634 Nov. 2

13*

12

Nov. 20

3434 Nov. 30
1834 Nov. 16
1354 Nov. 3

28
16
12

1

5

Sale

<7

7*

134
5
Sale

3*i Sale
10

1

Sale

6

34 Nov. 2
Nov. 28

11

54 Nov. 16
Nov.
7

6

Oct.
2
Oct.
6
Nov. 20

34 Aug.
May
34 Sept.
34 Oct.

»U Mar.

27

Feb. 24
Mar. 6

27

Feb.

26
23
31

Mar. 19

Nov. 28

10

Sept. 14
J an.

3
Apr. 14

CHICAGO

60

Jan.

STOCKS

Jan. 1.

2
Nov.

1931.
Ask.

10

Class B common
57 class A preferred

Bid.
26

1,710 Altorfer Bros Co conv pfd—*
8,680 <Vmer Comm Power A
*
180
1st preferred $(t% A
*
240

3",750
400

300

10

*

75

5

10%

12

3

62

69

35

80

96

3%

2

81

15

49%
89%

22

2

9%
%

9%
%

76
Sale
89

17** Sale

17 J*

3

10
25

Sale

6

10
Sale

2

21

88%

91
3
3%
11% Sale

49", 250
19,550

89

5

•

5%

105*
3

2%

16

15

17
16

17

92**
1%

5,500
18,600
385
500

""240
«

m>

m

mk

«• —

40

330
120
40

2,250
300
150
100
50

Oct.

Oct.

Nov.

2

16

Oct.

75
45
60

Sept. 30

805* June 12

Nov. 20

825* May 19
May 13

6

5%

8

Sale

5% Sale
26

Sale"

2

6
29

V
12
3
13

17
79
25
Sale
84

825*
94 **

i*
Sale
o

3
15
Sale

6454

954 Nov. 28

Nov.

11

9

Nov.

2

2
Nov. 12

6

Sale

17

Nov. 27

Sale"

15* Nov. 19
1154 Nov. 28

89

Sale

89

%
7%

Nov. 30

5* Nov. 30

Sale

754 Nov. 24

10

a

Sale

10

25*
8

1354

96

2054 Nov.
3
Nov.
65* Nov.
15* Nov.
1554 Nov.
895* Nov.
% Nov.
854 Nov.

17

Nov, 30
25* Nov, 28
Nov

13

13

145* Nov, 24

1054
25*
1654,
165*

Nov

20 100

3

Nov

25

Sale

%
155*

4

10
73

6554

24

-Th

Sale
50

Sale

Nov.

2

15* Nov.

9

62

Nov.

2

17

705* Nov. 16

9

25*

25* Nov. 23

Sale

4

Nov.

2

95*

76

71

63

70

65

Nov. 18

75

1654
275*

145*

93
17

12

10

10
2

275*

1754 Nov. 9
165* Nov. 20

11

11

1%

5*
25*

15*

Nov.

3

Nov. 17
Nov. 28

1754 Nov.
9
165* Nov. 20

11

Nov.

3

5

Common

Sale

com*

5

100

145

2,384,310 Cord Corporation
43,700 Corp Sec of Chic allot ctf
Common
562,600
32,834 Crane Co com
Preferred
7,400

Nov. 17

2

Nov. 12

6

205* Sale

20

Nov. 25
Nov. 30
Nov. 2

39
3

Nov. 17
Nov. 23

1

7

Sale

66

65

5°A
13954

1

Sale

Nov.

5

65* Nov. 28
54 Nov. 6

Sale

7

8
2

Nov. 24
Nov.
5

215* Nov. 12
39

Nov. 17

3

Nov. 23

135

66

Nov.

5

85* Nov.

9

Nov.

4

1

Nov. 28 151

Nov. 12

80

80
10

2

8

8

*

15*
45*

3

3

5

....!

25* Sale
25

l

125*

Sale

1

Sale

*

25

Sale

1175*

100

20 Cudahy Packing com......50
3,580 Curtis Lighting lnc com....*

.....

7

215*
654
185*
87
45*

6
Sale

Nov.

5

15* Nov.

125* Nov. 25

125* Nov. 25

25* Nov. 2
Nov. 28

35* Nov. 12
2654 Nov. 12

«

5*
5*
25* Sale

24

Sale

7

Sale

Sale

84

55*

Nov. 27
554 Nov. 23

17

_

15
23
2

Nov. 23

55* Nov. 16

11

7

Sale
7

433
453

50

54

605*
655*

5954

15

4

Jan.
Feb.

13

Jan.

37

145*
75

275*
85

5*

53

4

5
16

16
14
13
23
2

18
6
3

45* Feb. 27
3154 Mar. 20

5* Oct.
2
454 June 23

Feb. 13
Jan. 31
Feb. 26

4

60

Apr. 30
Mar.

954 Feb.
9

2

3

Mar. 20

25* Feb.
3
85

205*
354
125*
128
Oct.
5 2555*
115* Jan.
2 145*
84
Jan.
9 845*
10
June 26 2054

9
June 27

Jan.

27

Mar. 21

Feb. 2
Mar. 11

Feb. 25
12
Apr. 10
1054 Jan.
9

Oct.

3

325* May 13

54 Oct.

7

454 Mar. 24
13
Jan. 23
15* Jan. 23
105* Feb. 26
405* Feb. 26
65
Mar. 17
7
Apr. 15
15
Apr.
6
60
Feb. 11
2154 Feb. 11
4054 Jan. 10
119
Feb. 19
45
Mar. 17
8
June 26
18
Jan.
9
5* June
4

Aug. 28

125* Nov. 25
5* Sept. 12
15* Oct.
2
24

Nov. 28

554 Nov.

5
81

Oct.
5
Oct.
5
Nov. 18
Nov. 23

7

Mar. 17
55* May 19
Aug. 28
54 Jan.
5

12

4

6

3
11
27
9

% Oct.
5
195* Oct.
8
2% Sept. 11
39
Nov. 17
25* Oct. 22
3
May 26
5* Jan. 21
3
June 27
64
Oct.
5
55* Oct.
5

45

6

Sale
6
12

5

27

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Apr.
June
Aug.
Feb.
May
Apr.
Jan.
Apr.
Jan.
Mar.

5

12

65* Nov.
185* Nov.
895* Nov.

12

12

Jan.

88

55*

6

1

Apr.
1
175* Apr.
4
1954 Mar. 20

Nov. 17

July 21
55* June 12
45* Oct.
5

*

3

Oct.

18
85

Aug. 26
Sept. 22
Nov. 25

17

Nov. 18

81

845*

55*

345* Feb. 18
75* Feb. 26
18
Mar. 30
95
Mar.
7
25% Jan. 13
15* Oct.
1

1

95* Nov.
2654 Nov.

17

Sale
Sale

18

12

5

654 Nov. 21

Sale

(Alf) 8c Cohn lnc
*
250 Deep Rock Oil conv pref. .100
3,540 Dexter Co (The) com
5
__.*
1,260 De Mets lnc pref w w
3,650 Duquesne Gas Corp com....*
2,070 Eddy Paper Corp (The).....*
129,960 El Household Utll Corp
10
2,400 Empire G 8c F Co 6% pref.100
1,000
b%% preferred
100
4,200
7% preferred...........100
1,600
8% preferred.
..100
60 Fair Co (The)"preferred
100

20
25
14

4

Mar. 17

12

845*
245*
2 1045*
6 965*
4 75
6 1754

52

20

Decker

Oct.
June

165* Oct.
165* Nov.
14
July
67
Apr.
10
Oct.
85
Apr.
% Jan.

4

15

Sale
Sale
Sale

554

56
75

28

15

24

Nov.

10

115*
15*

55

50
Sale

Davis Industries lnc A

23

T-

15

5
*

750 Curtis Mfg Co com

115*
15*

25*

73

3

Feb.

35* Oct.
9
45* Sept. 19

10

2

10

Oct.

22

5* Oct.
5
155* Nov. 30
6254 Oct. 10
8
Aug. 14
25* Nov. 23

3

10

•

.......

1,520
2,850

68

75* Sale
54
5

..__...*

v t c

29
3

31
22

Mar.

754 Mar. 11

2

1

10
Sale

1

Nov. 20

3
11

1

1054 Nov.- 6

2

15

66

....

19,
21
6

65* Oct.

854 Nov. 28

Sale

7,

Preferred
100
1,170
V t c pur warrants
5
13,950
750,880 Cont Chic Corp common....*
Preferred
*
186,750
6- Continental Steel pref
.100

Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Sept.
Oct.

5*
54
25*
154
105*

14
24

Nov.

2*

175* Mar. 23
15* Jan.
3
5* Jan.
3
20
Feb. 10
105* Feb.
9
2654 June 17
215* Mar. 30
1754 Jan. 16

Nov. 20 100

100

Oct.

73

10

20

100

5

Jan.

Rights

6% prior pref A

95* Oct.

15* Oct.
6
13
Nov. 13
12
Oct. 19

80

80

3

*

8

30

100

4,730 Community Water Service
4,750 Construe Mat'l Corp com
53 H preferred
11,200
17,655 Consumers Co com

13

50

25

7

Commonwealth Edison

Feb.

90

7

Coleman Lamp & Stove

985* June 26
75* Feb. 25

5* Nov. 17
155* Nov. 30
68
Nov. 7

3% Nov.

72

854
15*

*

20

5* Nov. 30
754 Oct.
5

875* Nov.

13

Sale

2

*

Jan.

88

25

25

11

pref *

305* Feb. 27

Sale
Sale
695*

1

conv

6

145*
Sale

4

com

Mar. 12

Oct.

1

4

Club Aluminum Uten Co

11

15* Nov. 19
10

13
85

3

Cities Service Co

24
3

9

100

935 Chicago Towel Co

Mar.

Nov. 25

Preferred....

1,492,080
12,150
3,570
238,930
110,100

Feb.
Feb.

13

1,930

Part ctfs series 3

Mar. 19

9
6

Nov.

154 Nov.

Sale

2

Prior lien preferred....100

40

Mar. 31

Oct.

llH li*

24

5

6

Nov. 20

4
9
Feb. 11

1254 Oct.

10
19
9
3
30
13

M Nov.
2
% Nov. 18
% Nov.
7

5
5* Nov,
54 Nov, 27

54

3

May
54 Jan.

7

125* June 29
100

3* Sa.e*

89

70

Feb.

3

Oct.

Nov. 6
Nov. 28
Nov. 4
Nov. 13

19

Mar. 20

June

1
10

28

Jan.

July

2

100

com

k

2
Nov. 28

24

15

22

"l6~"
32 **

,...*

25*
125*
16

965*
5*

84**
Sale

9
1
56

12%

16

Sale

Jan.

3

195* Sept. 22
154

17

Jan.

Sept. 25
8354 Sept. 21

Sale

78

Nov. 28

12
38

954 Sale
54
5*

Sale

91**«ale
23 X

70
Mar. 18
19 100
May
7
2 255* Feb. 11

21

9154 Oct.
5
15* Sept. 16

4

m

30

51

77

18

9

5* Jan.

15

100

85* Feb, 16
135* Apr .
7
615* Mar. 19
8854 Mar. 27

Nov. 23
Nov.
6

495*
895*

19%

9

55* Apr. 13
854 Feb: 10

90

54 Jan.

12

22

354 Mar.

Jan.

5* Nov. 24
2% Nov. 30
8
May
6
525* Oct. 17
6854 Oct. 13
\U

60

15

2

Apr. 25

15* Aug.

7954 Nov.

3

6

1154

Aug. 24
3

June

875* Mar. 19
754 Feb. 26
Feb. 16
15* Feb. 24
65* Mar. 13
205* Apr.
9

94

2

10

2

905*

1

8%

571

6

4

3

Sale

Oct.

Nov.
3
Nov. 28

6

1

13

16
2

Mar. 21

28

Nov.

85

4

35
81

20

535* Nov.

74

Nov.

40

540

168",800

9

Nov. 20

Nov.

3

700

"""loo

35* Nov.
54

60

654

,

> > J
20

30 Com ty Pow 8c Lt Co 56 pref.*
*
1,630 Com'ty Tel Co cum part

"l,050

3

65

43

40

______

535* Nov. 10

154 Nov.

Nov. 20

100

230 Chic N S & Milw

-

•.

5* Nov. 24
25* Nov. 30

Nqy. 28

3

Feb.

1654 Jan.
775* July

8754 Mar. 19
2
Oct.
9

1

60

690 Chicago Rys part ctf ser 1.100
Part certifs series 2
100
250

100

3

45

Sale
70 Sale
5354
70

1,420

10,925

154 Nov.

47

254

36

3
Aug. 21
4
Sept. 10

2'

%

*
30,280 Chic City & Con Ry pt sh
Participation preferred
*
4,700
Certificates of deposit—;.*
1,510
520 Chicago Electric Mfg A—..*
1,580 Chicago Flexible Shaft com. 5
84,795 Chicago Investors Corp com *
Convertible preferred
*
33,400

.....

42,500

5

1754
485*

3

2

10

50 Chain Store Prod Corp pref.*
60 Channob (H) Co 1st pref. .100
1,530 Cherry Burrell Corp com..

10

5* Nov.

17

70

30

Nov. 25
Nov.
2

3
63

67

64

Sale

1,750 Chain

115*
555*

3

% Sale

1%

90

50

1,450
12,950

70
49%

154 Nov.

Sale

87

65

65

50

""200

75
Sale

17% Sale
50

2

3
...J.

55
75
58

54

45

*

Preferred.....

Nov.

June

25

7

15*
5* Sale

87

83

17

10 Cent West Pub Serv B pref--*
Class A
-----*
6,450

1,350

3%

3

52**
7354
53%

25* Nov. 4
Nov. 27
5* Nov. 5

60

4

3%

iy8

Central S W Utll com new..*

10

7

2

1

3

14

Belt Co com

Nov.

20

4

82

Preferred

26

62

3
64
Sale

2754

com—*

preferred

Ji

254
595*
%

2

*

Prior lien

Sale

**

930 Cent States P5cL Corp pref.*
210 Central States Utll 57 pref..*

131,250
9,050
13,280

3

2%
63

'

138,160 Cent Pub Serv Corp A

Nov., 3

100

100

*

3,950 Associates Investment Co.
2,030 Assoc Tel 8c Tel Co 56 w w.
10,165
Class A—~
1,090
7% preferred
100
204,625 Assoc Tel Utll Co com
1,050
56 cum prior pref
3,000
$6 conv pref A
1,500
57 cum pref
*
150 Auburn Auto Co com
2,475 Automatic Washer Co cv pf_*
740 Backstay Welt Co com—_—*
240 Balaban & Katz Corp com .25
460
Preferred
100
11,400 Bancokentucky Co com
10
13,300 Bastian-Bleasing Co com
*
1,320 Baxter Laundries lnc A
*
3,450 Beatrice Creamery com
50
1,610,770 Bendix Aviation Corp com..*
6,770 Binks Mfg Co cl A cv pref.
3,120 Blums lnc conv pref..
725
Common
*
1,281,390 Borg-Warner Corp com
10
7,050
7% preferred
100
7,500 Borln Vivitone Corp pref...*
18,450 Brach 8c Sons (E J) com
*
1,410 Bright Star Elec Co A
*
480!
Class B
♦
II,155 Brown Fence 8c Wire cl A _. *
8,800
Class B
——*
38,500 Bruce Co (E L) com
1,590 Bucyrus-Monlghan class A
540 Bunte Bros com.
10
1001
Preferred
17,250' Burnham Trad Corp com —*
24,300!
Convertible preferred....*
100,920 Butler Bros
20
9,070 Canal Const Co conv pref—*
16,250 Castle 8c Co (A M)
10
31,760 CeCo Mfg Co lnc com
*
1,890 Cent Cold Storage Co com.20
34,040 Central 111 Pub Serv pref—*
70,040 Cent 111 Secur Corp allot ctfs
Common
*
4,600
Convertible preferred
*
7,350
1,750 Central Ind Power pref—100

*

20

25

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Prices.

16

I,530 American St Pub Serv cl A__*
250 Amer Utll & Gen v t c B
*
46,140 Amer-Yvette Co lnc com
*
21,460 Appalachian Gas Corp com.*
31,930 Art Metal Works com
650 Assoc Apparel Ind com

5~,950

1.

Highest

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

Sale Prices.

12

21,350 Amer Radio 8c Tel St Corp—*
30 American Service com

~

Ask

4

21,266 American Equities Co com..*
7,800 American Pub Serr pref__100

Cent Pub Serv (Del)

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

2.

Ask. Bid.
26
38

Bid.

.?ar±

Shares.

JAN.

SINCE

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
Since

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

CHICAGO

i

AGGREGATE SALES

EXCHANGE

STOCK

.

35* Nov. 6
1154 Nov. 30
6
Nov.
5
12
Nov. 27

35* Nov. 6
Nov. 30

12

6

Nov.

5

135* Nov. 18

Nov. 30

754 Nov. 18

65* Nov. 28
4354 No^r. 28
46
Nov. 28
5454 Nov. 28
5954 Nov. 18

45
Nov. 12
465* Nov. 18
55
Nov. 12
5954 Nov. 18

7

9

Nov.

7

4554 Jan.
43

2

7

1154 Nov. 30

43

1

5

Oct.

Oct.

6

6
Sept. 18
254 Jan.
7
7

Nov. 30

65* Oct.
35
41

Oct.
Oct.

2
8
13

2

Mar. 10

14

Jan.

16

654 Feb. 11
105* Mar. 12
Feb. 27
29]
65
80

Jan.
8
Mar. 12
Jan. 27

92

Jan.

70

93

6
Sept. 29
Sept. 3

935* Sept. 29

25

98

395* Oct.

Jan.

105* Feb. 14

Aug. 28

37

53

9

Fed'l Elec Co lnc—

2,085

Common

955

56

330

57

cum
cum

..........

29

.*

prior preferred

68

60

*

465* Aug. 26
515* Apr. 25

6754 Feb. 14

Fits Simmons 8c Connell Dock

550

2,950
70

8c Dredge Co com
14,140
102,212 Foote Bros GAM Co
2,320 Gardner-Denver Co com

...

*

21X Sale

5

3
33

*

lO General Box Corp pref...100

2,970 Gen Candy Corp cl A
630 Gen Parts Corp
•

No par value.




x

Ex-dividend

conv

Mar. 19
Jan. 29

58

prior pref

5

pref.. .*

3

5%

Sale
38
75
4

10

175*
19
54 Sale

173

12

15'

14

254

654

2

6

t

254.

2954

nh

20

65*
6

175* Nov. 28
5* Nov. 6
14
Nov.
5

195* Nov. 9
54 Nov. 2
16
Nov. 19

16
12
45
1

Oct.
5
5* Sept. 22

29

29
Aug. 10
Feb.
5

35

Oct.

105* Mar. 17

Jan.

45* Jan.
Jan.

9

7
7

45

Aug. 10
454 Feb. 14

1354 Feb. 25

CHICAGO
AGGREGATE

SALES.

In

STOCKS
Par.

Nov.

100

1,800

13,300
3,600

""604
29,600
4.450
250

1,300
100

Ask.

Bid.

Bid.

Ask

Bid.

Ask

1,000
1,000

T,706

—*

Wka Corp class A*

Gleaner Com HarvCorp

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

150

"5% "7%
13

15

2%
2%
23% Sale

20

25

6

2%
16 %
11)4
9%

Sale

11

11%
4)4

4

15

16

1,030 .Illinois Nor Utilities pref.100
470|lndep Pneum Tool v t c
*

96

98%

Illinois Brick Co

15,020,Inland Util Inc class A
•
Insull Util Invest Inc.......*

2,569,515
2,050
58,810

38%
13%
15 %
IX Sale
29 X Sale

*

75
74

*

Preferred series 2

70,260 Kellogg Switchboard com..10

77 '
Sale

13% Nov. 20

15% Nov.
3

Nov.

2

17

Nov.

12

Sale

4%
4%

6%
5%

3%
1%
11%
4%

Nov. 23
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
Nov.

9

5

Nov.

5

13
5

Nov.

_

6

Nov.

Nov. 12

4

Oct.
Oct.

1

3

Nov.

3

Preferred.......

—

....100

"255

25

8

Nov.

5

47

9% Nov. 28
47

Nov.

36

Nov. 30

2

6X

2,860

100

6% cum pref (w w)-.

....*
preferred....*
Libby, McNeill 8c LIbby
10
Lincoln Printing Co 7% pf_50
Common
*
com—

8,470
252,770
3,500
29,760
8,460 Lindsay Light

10

com

Preferred

10

.....

1,870 Lindsay Nunn Pub $2 pref..*
19,800 Lion Oil Ref Co com........*
*
3,670 Loudon Packing Co
—*
16,560 Lynch Corp com .....
2,580 McCord Manufacturing A..*
11,210 McGraw Electric com.......*
1,980
27,650
241,100
31,520

20

41% Feb.

Oct.

14% Nov.

7

Nov.

9

40

49% Nov.

9

51

16
13
11
92% Mar. 23
92
July 13
Jan.

Feb.

93

Oct.

Oct.

92

July

71

65

Oct.

6

3

7X

4%

3

6

4% Nov. 27

12

9

55
64%
46% 47%
1%
3
6% Sale
50
74%

9

12

23%
24%
3% Sale
60

Sale

45% Sale
1%
2
6%
8
55
74%

Nov. 27

8

3

Nov. 28
Nov. 18

12

Nov.

11

Nov.-

27% Nov. 12
4% Nov.
9

8

Nov. 28

9

Oct.

5

6

9

Nov. 27

16% Jan.

2

9

3% Nov. 27
60

Nov. 27

44% Nov. 30
6% Nov.

2

60

Nov. 27

47% Nov.

4

2% Sept. 17
50

Nov." "6

Oct.

6

5

55
Sept. 22
23% Nov. 25
Oct.

15

26

7

Jan.

44% Nov. 30
1
Sept. 23

7% Nov. 19
27%

2

6
Feb. 25
% May
1
% Sept. 16
% Oct.
2

25

%

IX

% Nov. 30

% Sale
'%

% Nov. 20

•—

"%~Nov.~13
78

,

IX

85

42

21

Sale

Sale

38)4
Sale

X Sale

...*
*

36%

38

Majestic Household Util com*

"5%

Manhatt-Dearborn Corp com*

16 X

Sale
Sale

McQuay-Norrls Mfg
McWllllams Dredging Co

410 Mapes Cons Mfg Co

11%
7% Sale

% Nov. 13

5%
10
6% Sale

23% Mar. 28
Jan.
8
Aug. 31
7% Mar. 6
75
Apr. 10
51
Feb. 13
5X Mar. 2
13% Mar. 19

34
31

Nov. 17

83

16

5

6% Nov. 21

8

Nov.

6

35

Nov. 25

37

Nov.

2

16

Nov. 28

19

Nov.

6

2

10

Nov. 23

10

7% Nov. 30
3% Nov. 10

5

—

5%
3

Sale
30

13

Sale
8

8

Sale

34

10%
7% Sale
3
4%

10

14%

3

Nov.

2

13

Nov.

2

15% Nov.

7

7

Nov. 21

8% Nov.

2

of*

si*

33

Nov. 24

Nov. 24

14%

15

i*

3

6%

10

Nov. 21

30

34

6

Nov. 16

16% Nov. 7
2% Nov. 10
7% Nov.
9

Nov. 10

37

14% Nov. 20
2% Nov. 10

Nov. 10

14%
42%
23%
10%

13

19

Jan.

_

2% Oct.
Aug.
11% Sept.
7
Sept.

30

37

15% Sale
2%
3%
6% Sale

5

Mar. 11

7

10

8

32

40

5

Nov. 23
Nov. 21

30

12%

9% Nov. 19

2

Oct.

6

10

Oct.

35
15

10% Nov.

40

5

26
11
21
30

5

Jan.

80

35% July
18% Mar.
10% Apr.
25
Feb.
1% Feb.
% Feb.
1
AprJ

1% Jan. 16
July 10
5% Sept. 21

49

16% Sale
9%
10

Sale

40

cap—..*

Nov. 12

50

15%
17
10% Sale

37

18
16

Nov. 17

49

2

5

19

16 X

50

10

ill*
5
36

43%

2

9
15
Sale
43

10

66

50

Feo.

92
Apr. 18
13% Feb. 25
22% Feb. 17

Nov.

4% Nov.

3

24

23% Nov. 25
26

3

Nov. 27

7% Nov.

21

100% June 11

10% Apr.
IX

Cumulative

30

Jan.

10% June
% Sept.
7% Oct.

Corp—

700 Leath 8c Co

10

96
25

22

Sale

4

Aug. 12
9% Mar. 10
5% Jan. 23
16% Jan. 29
101
Sept. 8

3% Feb.
6% Nov.

Nov. 12

98

HIII

Lawbeck

210

5

Feb.

19

Oct.

71
6

"26"

170 Kuppenheimer 8c Co B com .5
10
4,820 La Salle Ext Univ com
...*
1,060 Lane Drug com v t c
Cumulative preferred....*
1,530

740

Nov.

10

26

17%

6% Nov. 30

3

100

12

19*

98

37% Sale

27
Sale

84

15

90

11% Jan.

Sale

10

iR*
70

29

9

7
7

3

100

43 X

26

44

Nov.

Nov.

14% Nov.
4% Nov.

10% Sale

29)4
16)4
3)4 Sale

3,400 Kimberly Clark Corp com...*
•
250 Kirsch Co conv pref...
Common
-—*
130

0
19
9

18

35

12

3X Sale

Jan.

49% Jan.

Nov. 19

Sale

15 %

Sale

Nov.

Apr.

Nov. 24
Nov. 30

Sale

4

6
2

48

13

12 X

If
26
10
21
10

43

48

15

99

16
17
8
2

19% Mar. 23
16% Jan. 23
13% Feb. 11

7

4

15% Sale
13
14%
3% Sale
4%
6% Sale

47

15
29
16

Oct.

13% Jan. 31
9
1% Jan.
10% Oct.
16
Sept. 30
3% Apr.
1% Oct.
11
Sept. 16

6% Nov. 13

Nov.

48

2% Nov.

20

3

49

2",455

100

14%

3%
4
1% Sale

6%

10

8
17X

7,660 Kentucky Util Jr cum pref. 50
18,150 Ken-RadTube 8c Lpcom A._*
15,700 Keystone Steel 8c Wire com.*

110,

6%

6%
16X

50

'

8

87

46

Preferred

7X

97 X 101
22 X
25

84

...——100

3,560!

14
Sale

4

VOX 100

Without warrants

7,470 Investment Co of Amer com.*

""500

950

Nov. 19
Nov. 16

98

20

15

12%

5

25

22,200

490

3.950

2

15
2

15

28

820

60

13%

15

7,600 Hormel 8c Co (Geo) com A._*
74,130 Houdaille-Hershey class A..*
Class B
*
103,200
610 Hussman-Llgonier Co com..*

11.950 Jefferson Electric Co com—*
42.800 Kalamazoo Stove com......*
1
15,750 Katz Drug Co com....

""855

Sale
Sale
17X
4X
7
2)4 Sale
11X
12%
4X
5
5
Sale
3

15

49

59,860 Iron Fireman Mfg Co v t c_..*

Y.455

6

40

1,150
1,500
1,000
1,350

500

15%

50

1,850

1,570

6)4
Sale
Sale
Sale
11

14%

3%
15% Sale

30% Feb.
14% Jan.
6% Jan.
1
June
10% Mar.
22% Aug.
5% Apr.
28% Feb.
21
Mar.
6% Jan.
6% Mar.

% Oct. 30
% Nov.
% July

% Nov. 14
% Nov.

4

3

40

100

300

2X
4

2

88

1,240,Interstate Power Co $7 pref.*

450

X Nov.
% Nov.

Feb.

15

1% Sept. 23
24% Jan. 14

1%

50%

common

20 Interstate Power $6 pref..

1,000

8

X

85

Co

__.

4,900

IX

1

Certificates of dep

50 Ind Terr Ilium Oil Co A——*

8,250

7

24%
14%
6% Sale

49

270

107,550

6
23 %
10

25

70

11,950

*

new

Preferred

cap*
cap—.*
5,970 Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B—*
*
17,900 Goldblatt Bros Inc com
*
293,350 Great Lakes Aircraft A
*
177,570 Great Lakes D & D com
408 Grelf Bros Cooperage A com *
6,504 Greyhound Corp com......*
*
781,170 Grigsby-Grunow Co com
55,680 Hall Printing Co com—...10
3,200 Harnischfeger Corp com....*
12,050 Hart-Carter Co cony pref...*
610 Hart Schaffner & Marx...100
Hlbbard Spencer Bartlett &
800

350

Common

Gen Wat

I.

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

2.

Gen Theatres Equip Corp—

47,760
5,200
3,050
84,900

JAN.

2

1931.

Shares.

Shares.

SINCE

Price

Since

Jan. \.

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan.

November

61

STOCK EXCHANGE

6
19
6
25
25
18
23

Feb. *16
Jan.

22

Mar. 24
Mar. 26

Jan. 31
Apr. 13

3

Sept.

13
Feb. 24

Jan.

42

23
Apr. 25

20

Mar. 25

6% Jan.

Nov. 21

25% Jan.
16% Jan.

Oct.

40

15
2

6

Nov. 16

71
20}

Mar. 10
Mar. 26
Jan.
5
Feb. 17

35

Feb. 25

42

Aug. 26

6

14% Oct.
5
1% Oct. 26

31!

Marks Bros Theatres Inc—

7,860

6,850

61,280

50

9,850
7,950

100

210

55
1,650
100

500

""255
165,850
1,650
2,300
5,700

1,650
900

700
50
330
80
40

300

""135
150

3,850
50

100

""55
270

,

340

preferred—..*
Marshall Field 8c Co com...*
Material Service Corp com.10
Meadow Mfg Co com........*
Memphis Nat Gas corn......*
Mercantile Disc Corp A.....*
Convertible

9,865 Mer 8c Mfrs Sec cl A com...*
3,460 Metrop Ind Co allot ctfs
*
23,300 Mickelberry's Food Prod coml
*
1,260 Mld-Cont Laund Inc A
*
13,450 Middle West Tel Co com
3,185,700 Middle West Utilities new..*
Warrants A
38,850
Warrants B
36,100
40,585
$6 conv. pref. "A"——

6
27
16

IX

Sale
Sale
18 X

2

7X
20
17 X
40
12 X
2

17
17 X

Sale
47

Sale

3

8%
16% Sale
16% Sale
1%
21%
12%

13,230 Midland Nat Gas Co part A.»
*

Convertible preferred....*
27,090
Warrants
..—_——*
36,550
3,340 Midland Util 6% pr lien..100
4,415
7% prior lien..........100
Preferred 6% A—..——100
2,190
Preferred 7% A....----100
1,290
4,810 Miller 8c Hart Inc conv pref.*
21,650 Minn-Mollne Pow Impl com.*

2,640 Miss Vail Util pr lien pref..*
$7 preferred
3,150
196,400 Mo-Kan Pipe Line Co com..5
—
10,100 Modlne Mfg com
2,970 Mohawk Rubber Co com....*
1,430 Monighan Mfg Corp A
3,480 Monroe Chemical Co com...*
*
Preferred
2,620
—

150

850
300
420

1,700

14% Nov. 28
16% Nov. 2
Nov. 25

1

19% Nov. 12
16% Nov. 2
Nov. 25

1

7% Apr. 29
Nov. 16
5% Nov. 14

5
5

9

Nov. 14

21

Nov. 14

21

7

6% Nov. 19

7

Nov. 12

16

9%

Nov. 19

.....

7

6
20

22

6

Nov. 16

9

5% Nov. 14
21

12% Nov.

8% Nov.

Nov. 14
1
Oct.
June

Sale

Sale

11

Nov. 28

9% Sale

1%

Nov. 13

68%

Nov. 28

19% Nov. 19
11% Nov. 9
Nov.
Nov.

1
1

Sale

10%

11

Sale

24

29

Sale

79X
80X
92X 100
87

62

65

66

Sale

9% Sale
22%
%
52%
55
63%
73

60

Sale

50

95
11

60

*0*

63%
7%

20

*

93
95

Nov. 10

12

2

Apr.

9

Jan.

15

Feb.

9

9

15

63%

14%

% Oct.
% Oct.

6

25% Mar. 10
Feb. 11
4

8
Feb. 11
Nov. 28 100% Apr. 14

48

16
9
7
Jan.
7
1
Feb. 16
Oct.
90%
Feb. 24
Nov. 6 100
Nov. 18
Mar. 26
85

% Sept. 21
8% Nov. 28
20% Nov. 23
% Nov. 25

Nov. 23
Nov.
6

56

Nov.

9

53

66% Nov.

9

60

50

Nov. 18

61

Nov.

2

50

63% Nov.

7

62% Nov. 21

12

16

1% Sale

4

60

Sale

2% Sale

Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov. 14

3

Jan.

23

Jan.

43% Feb.

94% Apr. 27

1% Sale
12
16%

1

% Nov. 28

3

1

Nov.
Nov.

4

2% Nov.

Nov.

4

16

1% Nov.

2

3

16

2

Nov.
4
Nov. 18

24
6

53
60

4

62

5

Oct.

6

9% Nov. 27
65

Oct.

1

Nov. 14

1% Nov. 28
15

Oct.

1% Nov.

6
2

19

of*
22
8
1

9

24%
23 X
91

of*
25
Sale
10
94

3%
26

2%

2

5

4

26%

Nov. 25

4

32

26

Nov. 2
Nov. 30

28

Sale

2

5

6

5

85

68

2

Nov. 25
Nov. 17
Nov. 10

3

6

70

80

2

2X
13

3>

10

6

25

20

Sale

15

'8
!0%
7 '
25
Sale

%
%
10'"
6

20

11
12
Sale
24%

13% Sale

% Nov. 28
% Nov. 25
9% Nov. 3
6
Nov. 30
20
Nov. 27
13% Nov. 30

55

Sale
Sale

90

%
X

Sale
Sale

5

3

Oct.
Jan.

3

22

Nov. 14

16% Nov.

9

% Nov. 28
% Nov. 25
9

Oct.

'"% Sale'

2

% Nov.
% Nov.

Nov.25

21

4% Sept. 30
Mar. 30
6
11% Oct.
83
Oct. 13

20

June 30

89
Nov.

6

% Sept. 29
5% May 27
79
July 24

12% Nov. 12
7% Nov. 7
25

90

55

Jan.

1% Nov. 17
% Nov. 25

95

Without warrants

3%
X

4
Sale

4

5

4% Jan.

8% Oct.

60

8

9

Mar. 31
Jan.
6

24% Aug. 11

7
3

60

Sale

62

9%

9

Mar. 27

23% Mar.
42

6

27% Nov.
% Nov.

62% Nov. 21

Feb.

2il

3% May 18

Sale

24

32%

13

8% Nov. 28
20% Nov. 23
% Nov. 25
54

11% Feb. 11

Jan.

17

9
71

70% Nov. 10

IX Sale
19

39 X
1

X
10X

95,625 Nat Family Stores Inc com.
10
8,810 National Leather com

610

15%
15%
1%
21%

Nov. 19

4X

60
250

1

20%

X

Common
........—*
6,450
12,150 Muskegon Mot Spec conv A.*
3,650 Nachman Springfllled com.*
6,730 National Battery Co pref...*
•
42,700 Nat Elec Power A part
665
7% preferred...—.....100

150

7%

15

Sept. 23
6
13% Oct.
10% Oct. 30
1
Aug. 24
2

5

21

65

*
22,550 Morgan Lithograph com
1,740 Mosser Leather Corp com—*
130 Mountain States Pow pref. 100
*
6,150 Muncle Gear Co cl "A"

1,000

22

6%

.....

188.865 Midland United Co com

Sale

8

21

3%
14%

20

Mar. 11

2
Jan. 14
10% Mar. 11
6
38% Jan.
Mar. 28
8
Jan. 29
25
5% Jan. 26
33
May 15

Sf*

Apr.

97

Feb.

11

8% Apr.

4

9

2f
6% Apr. If
4% Apr. 10

93

May

15% Feb. 25

11*

33

28
95
91

% Nov. 2
% Sept. 25

2
2

Feb.

6

1

Feb. 28

Aug. 19
Mar. 18
Feb. 16
Mar. 25
Jan. 14
Jan.
8

National Pub Service Corp—

20

-

3,010

}3H conv preferred
Nat

1,550
2,450
2,950

13,000

'1,300
1,300

7",355
500
600
850

3,100
50
*

1
52,060 Nat Secur Invest Co com
4% cumulative pref
100

37,225

com

67,260 National Standard com—..*
4,130 Nat Term Corp part pref....*
14,600 Nat Union Radio Corp......*
78,785 Nobtltt-Sparks Ind Inc com.*
20 Northern Paper Mills com
•
*
39,250 North American Car com
12,050 Nor Amer Gas Ac Elec cl A..*
186,700 Nor Amer Lt Ac Power com.-*
20,150 No 5c So Amer Corp A com.
50
62,310 Northwest Bancorp com
*1
5.350 Northwest Eng Co com

No par value.

39%

41

32

33

25%

31

.....

31

31

Nov. 17

31

Nov. 17

23

Oct.

7

47

Apr.

5

31

Jan.

2

Republic Invest Trust-

Allotment certificates

100 Nat Shareholders

T.255

•

zEx-dlvldttod.




5X Sale
67

67"

10
24,
25% Sale
7
8%
1% Sale
40
40%

1%

6

Sale

4% Sale
1% Sale

31

Sale

40

Sale

31

Nov.

23%

Sale

12

13

2

24% Sale

23

Nov. 27

4

Oct.

1
31

Oct.

1

Nov.

2

76

Mar.

5

9

20

Sept. 21

!

9

7% Feb. 27
Jan.

19

3

%
16

1%
18

1% Nov. 20
15

Nov. 28

1% Nov. 20
21

Nov. 12

25

8%
9%
7% Sale
30

3
25
5

Sale
5
Sale

8%

28

Nov. 7
Nov. 21
Nov. 30

3

Nov. 10

9

7

24% Nov.
6

Nov. 16

10% Nov.

2

Nov.
Nov.

3
3

8

38

3% Nov. 10
Nov. 10
6
Nov. 16

28

Oct.

1
15

Oct.
Nov. 28

Mar.
5
10
34 X Mar. 19
Feb.
5
8
Feb. 24
5
Mar. 19

40

25% Nov.

3

40

26% Sale

4% Nov. 16
1% Nov. 2

4% Nov. 25
1 % Nov.
9
40
Nov.
5

10

4

May 12
Oct.

&
40

May 12

31

Feb.

Feb.

21
9

20% Oct.

J!*
74

Aug.

3

3
Sept. 30
21% Oct.
2

37

Jan.

18%

Mar.

7
5

5

22

Sept. 18

Oct.

6

11% Mar.

3

7
9

62

CHICAGO

aggregate sales,

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

stocks

Jan. 1.

November
Shares
110

Shares

Bid.

n

2,210
4,690

140

40
mmm~

Ask

91

100

kla Gas 6c Elec 7% pref

100

89
8

t

20

610

10

Convertible preferred....*
740
550 Pac Pub Serr Co cl A conv—*

700
100

63*

8,650
4.490
210

6 %

preferred

100

210

210
62

400

8,600

24,600
121,700

1,300

if*

Sale

3
55

5

70

~u%

201

Sale
Sale
21
Sale

78,150

160

""450

'

4,750
675
400
■

"

"250
150

18",165
1,570
430

750
150
900
150

700
30

1,550
12,100
26,150
35,085
9,225
46,600
3,920
2,380

Perfect Circle

(The) Co

Pines Wlnterfront

*

230

(The) com..
.._*
Process Corporation com...*
Pub Serv of Nor 111 com

*

Common

100

Rights

...

6% preferred.

100

7% preferred...

100

100

200

mmmmmm

mmmmmm

mmmmmm

500

6,250
mmmmmm

mmmmmm

50

14,650
2,855
9,105
133,600
22,750
5,014
1,010

.*

com

205
»mrnmmm

50

1,600
3,790

1,270
3,400
59,675
2,350
5,140

70
20
mmmmmm

mmmmmm

1,450
50

4,320
3,260
2,000
1,080
31,050
12,550

210
350
110

640

1,000
10

17,750
,

7,950
350
190

700

550

,

850
mmmmmm

350
240

3

25,000
8,000
8,150
1,020

8

10

3
42

85

4)*

530

205*

6

mmmmmm

650
mmmmmm

450

5)*
145

9
151

800

6

20%
J*
25

70

6)*
135

3

31

30

12
2

10

31
Sale

30

115*
1%

9

Nov. 20
Nov. 20

1

Sale

1

Nov. 30

15*
5)*

4

1 %

65*

......

......

142

115

Sale

115
120

1125* Sale

50

19,800
190

700

650

600

'

mmmmmm

mmmmmm

100
10

wmrnrnmmm

2,680
mmmmmm

a

150
"mmmmm-

2,200

550

1,200
1,550
6

Nov.

2 119

Nov. 19

1125* Nov.

2 122

Nov. 28

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov.

9

82

15*
123%
1155*
2%
15%
2%
1%

15* Oct. 29
245* Apr. 30
9

1

149

Oct.
Oct.

150

9

Nov. 16

hi

25*
15

3%
18)*

75

16)*

39)*
37

Sale

if)*

»*

Feb. 28

Feb.

18

6
7

Nov.
Nov.

3

4

3%

Nov. 17

18^

Nov. 30

17

Nov.'3
Nov.

3

Sept. 24

16

2

18

34)* Nov. 28
1)* Nov. 30

Oct.

Mar. 25

1)*

2

Nov." 2

2

60

5

5*

3

15*

15*

Nov. 18

17
4

'lU Nov.""3

2

Oct.

17

5*

Sail*

Oct.

2

60

3

Nov. 30

5

Nov.

51
3

3)* Sale
35*
6
23 '

Sale
Sale

31

45)*
48
97)* Sale
»■»»»*•*»"

8

6

5*

2

5

35* Sale
4

6

22%
30%
47%
99)*
15*

15

17)* Sale

Transformer Corp of Am com*
Twelfth Street Stores A....*

% Nov.
8

Nov. 24

5* Nov. 2
% Nov. 14

Nov.

3

5

Nov.

Sale

2

Nov.

4

Nov.

9

Aug. 27
33* Oct. 24
6
20% Oct.
27% Sept. 21

Nov.

4

46

Nov. 30

99% Nov. 30

93

Oct.

Nov. 28

Nov. 6
1 * Nov. 30
_

17

Nov.

2

1

3

20
10

Sale

2

3

14

5

8

24

~3§"

15
66
Sale

117

Sale

118

"25""

5* Nov. 30
5

Nov. 30

20% Nov. 30

1% Nov.
7% Nov.

Sale
120

1%

Sale

4

Sale

13

Sale

11

13

5

Sale

«8H
27

255*
118

23%
5%

1%
24%
6

27
Sale

"11%

Sale

3

Sale

15*

1

8

1

Nov.

3

1% Nov.

Nov. 14

15* Nov.

35* Nov.

1% Nov. 24
1% Nov. 6
5

Nov.

26
118

4

Nov.
Nov.

16

24%
1%

125* Sale

Stock purchase warrants.*

6,010 Western Con Util Inc A
4,400 Western Grocer Co com....25

2

8

"45"

Sale

5
20
12

7
22

155*
16)*

West P L 6t Tel class A
*
Wextark Radio Stores com.*

22

Sale

2

4

Nov.
Nov.

30

10

Nov.

9

21

3

114

1

% Nov.

3

Nov.

19

Nov.

1

% Nov.

2

Nov.

2

135* Nov. 7
13% Nov. 17

235* Nov. 10
5% Nov. 6

Nov.

40

4%
6%

6

12

Sale

25%
Sale

3

5

1

155* Nov.
1

2

Nov. 25
Nov.
5

12% Nov. 28

17%
25%
1 %
145*

Nov.
6
Nov. 27
Nov. 23
Nov. 7

10

3

Nov. 18

3

Nov. 18

115,140 Wisconsin Banksharet

com

10

5
5

Formerly the Saxet Company.




135*

3

"4%
21

16

14

123* Feb. 24
Nov. 24

Nov. 28

Oct.

2

Oct.

6

7

36

4

3

115* Oct.
23
1

12
3

38

37

Nov. 10
Nov.
4

8

6
8

6% Nov. 13

8

4

6

4

Nov. 20

Nov. 13

4

4
Nov. 20
185* Nov. 2

4

18% Sale

175* Sale

17

Nov.

5

17

Nov.

June
3

8

8

4

10
Sale

Sale

.25* Sale

45*

5

4%
1%

4%
4

4

2%
135*
15
1% Sale

2

"2

45*

1%
%

12%
1

Sale

4% Nov.

6

4

Nov. 19

2

Nov.

5

13% Nov. 27
1% Nov. 28

4

6
26
27

Mar.
Feb.

9
17

Apr. 14
Mar. 26
Jan.
Jan.

20
6

28

Apr. 17
Feb. 21
Feb. 24
Feb. 25

8

22

Jan.

15

15

Mar. 10

5

15

Nov.

6

8*

Jan.

5

4

Sept. 29
Aug. 12

2% Nov. 7
153* Nov. 17
13* Nov. 2

Feb.
Jan.

Mar. 26

45* Nov.

5

Mar.

1

Sept. 24
Sept. 29

4

5%
2%
14
1%

9

Mar.

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

2

Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

29

Sept. 25
Apr. 27
Sept. 24

7

7

24

4
83* May
83* Mar. 12
23

35
4

Jan.

12%

1

37

4

Nov.

29

Nov. 10

Nov.

Feb. 26

Apr.

Feb. 26

2

85
2

4%
45*

20
20

195*
305*
143*
63*

15

87% Nov. 19

15*

Feb.
Feb.

7
2
Mar. 19
49
June 17
134
7
63* Jan.
353* Aug.
3
53* Feb. 17
DH Feb. 27

June

8
85

a*
li*
n*

Oct.

5

6

55* Sale

110 Woodruff 9c Edw Inc part A .*

35,171 Yates-Amer Mach part pref.*
34,500 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*
78,805 Zenith Radio Corp com
*

17

Nov. 18
Jan.
6
June 25

7

6

Oct.

Nov.

2

87%

Jan.

Mar. 10

9

June
24

Apr. 22

68

4% Sept. 29
3* Oct. 30
23h Nov. 10

4

12J* Sale

7
85

37%

1

ii

Mar. 31

6

13)1
1

5

i*
47*

27

16
Nov. 28
1% Nov. 23
6
Oct.
Oct.
5
Nov. 17

9

4

3

Oct.

7
Apr.
1H Nov. 24
1% Nov. 6
5
1
July
40
Sept. 14

Sale

Wieboldt Stores Inc
......*
Williams Oil-O-Mat com....*
100 Wil-Low Cafeterias Inc com.

3
10

75

12)*
97

12

,2
28 8

3

5% Nov.

Mar.

203** Feb. 20
May
9
i
Feb. 10

July

2

Nov.

2

118

235* Nov.

24%

10

Nov. 30

June

5

1

Walgreen Co com....._._...*

7,335 Ward (Montgom) & Co cl A.*|
5,590 Waukesha Motor Co com...*
3,170 Wayne Pump Co com
.._*
2,990
Convertible preferred

9

Nov. 24

1% Nov. 24

27

155* Sale

20

m

Feb. 11
Feb. 21
Jan.
5

Oct.

% Nov. 24

2% Nov. 28

4

24

2

10

34

3

24

Sale

19

8
6

2

5
1

11% Nov.
13% Nov.

255* Sale

*

»

com

Jan.

13

2

UH Sale
12%
4%
5%
1%

1

Mar.

20h June 20

16

8% May
2

Apr. 15

June

5

2

Sale

Sale
Sale

9)*
1

18

Sale

Feb. 24

Oct.

% Apr. 30
203* Nov. 30

'25k No"v."30

23

2

65*

22)*

5

2

i\
\*

May 13

165* Jan.
% July

5

*

27

1%

80

6 104

15* Nov. 30

20

285*

2

Mar.
Mar.

94% Jan.
93* Feb.
June
70

15

15* Nov. 30

19% Nov. 10

6

!B

Jan.

98)1

Apr. 14
55% Feb. 25
Feb. 25
9
73* Feb.
Feb. 17
70

35)

•ik-

Jan.

H Feb.
23* Nov.

12

96

Nov. 30

46

2

1% Sale

35* Sale

15
22
9

6

Nov. 10

% Nov. 24

Sale
Sale

6

Nov. 28

30

Sale
Sale

Sale

5

Nov. 10

5)
22)

Sale

Sale*

5

Apr. 29

Sale

.__*

Class A

28

Sept. 3
July 15

575*

......

Vorclone Corp part
pref
Vortex Cup Co com

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

9

Sale

I

common

Sale
Sale

17%

5

Utah Radio Products com..*
Utility 6c Ind Corp com
*

Common......

Nov. 12

15

16

255*

55*

Utilities Pow 9c Lt
Corp A..*

Sept.

Sept. 22
1% Aug. 28
1
Sept. 11
3
78% June

9

15* Nov. 25

% Nov. 9
% Nov. 14

5* Sale

U S Lines Inc pref
._.._*
U S Radio 9c Telev com.
..*

Convertible preferred._..*

3

68% 100
% Nov. 25
6% Nov. 21

Jan.

9

Feb.

5* Oct. 28
15* Mar. 4
75
Sept. 30

7

Nov. 30

5

8

Mar.

12

Nov.

Nov. 12

16

24

80

3

6
22
20
18
14
7
4
17
26
27
1
13
3

6

60

15* Nov. 25

19

Feb.
Jan.

19

6
9
9
7

Jan.

17

4

1%

Jan.

13

Jan.

Telephone Bond 6c Share A.*
First prefer red......... 100

..100

2% Nov.

20

25* Nov. 25

Nov. 18
Nov.

16

Sept. 16
6
% Feb.
Feb.

Nov. 30

785* Nov.

3

810\

Feb.
Jan.

60

84%

133* Apr. 13
Jan.
7

June

13

25* Nov. 25

2
9

Mar. 25

1% Sept. 21

Sale

79)*

Mar.

85

48

Sale

80

95

June 26

7

Nov.

17

Sale

9

263* Feb.

35* Sept. 21
2

19

17
3

84

Swift International.......15

Preferred..........

2

343* Nov. 28

395* Nov. 14
2% Nov. 5

15*

Sale

Sale

7

13* Apr.
26
Jan.

55

5

785*

6)*

......*

Mar. 14

29

%

Participating A

6

103* Aug.

82!
Aug. 20
13!
Apr, 13
63* Feb. 16
38

9% Feb. 27

25

12

20)* Jan. 28
153* Mar. 21

8

4)*
17%

60

Common

Swift 6c Co stk

27

Feb. 20

7

Nov. 13

5* Nov. 13
16% Nov. 10

51

....*

Jan.

Aug;

Nov.

65

1)* Sale

1)* Sale

Standard Dredge conv pref.*

Sept. 14
5)* Mar. 27

May

95

Sale

3

Sale

4

Sale
93

Feb. 14

40

4

Nov.

91

Sale

:::::

*
Spiegel May Stern Inc com..*
St Louis *Nat Stock Yards..*

Feb. 26
Feb.
2
Mar. 13

9

13

2

7% pref. 100

Oct. 29
Feb. 27

19

1-16 Feb.

Common

29

Feb. 26
Mar. 19

14% Nov.

Nov.

5* Nov.

2

Southw Lt 6c Power pref

8

6 170
Nov. 23 122
Oct.
1
5

Rights

Southw G6cE Co

5
13

Oct.

8J* Mar. 12

*

18
May 21
403* Aug. 26
225* Apr.
9
63* Mar. 17

165* Jan.
Sept. 30 137
100
Sept. 30 147

Jan.

95

25

Feb. 14
6
243* Mar. 27
24% Jan. 26
Feb. 21
5
Feb. 21
60
Nov.
5
73
13% May 8
Jan. 14
225
Jan. 15
13

100

30
18
30
27
Apr.
1

Sept. 9
Feb. 11

225* Mar.

8 265
2 23

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Apr.

7
7

1

8 262

Sept. 14
5* June 19

Feb.
Feb.

19

25)*

Sivyer Steel Casting Co coife.*

Wahl Co

Nov. 30

4%, Feb. 26
1% Sept. 21
33* Sept. 16

Prices.

12)* Nov.

_®_.

So Colo Pow Elec A com
Southern Union Gas com

Nov. 20

Nov. 2
Nov. 7
Nov. 2
Nov.
5
Nov. 13
Nov. 17
Nov. 9
Nov.

29

Nov. 21
Nov. 27

Mar. 12

6

........

Purchase warrants..

750 Wolverine Portland CementlO
mmmmm m

115

22)*

Segal Lock 6c H Co com
*
Signode Steel Strap Co pf.30
Common.
*

150 Warchel Corp com...
»
1,330
Convertible preferred....*

27,650
168,460
1,979
2,250

152

80)* Nov.

45

....

150
100

5)* Oct.

Nov. 24
3)* Nov/27
149

4)*

6

Nov. 25

3

125* Nov. 5
1)1 Nov. 10

15* Nov. 28
6% Nov. 3
Nov. 23 159)* Nov.
9
Nov. 16 159% Nov. 12

3

6

7

142

Nov. 12

31

1

Sale
Sale

Common non-voting
...»
580 Van Sicklen Corp part A....*
7.590 Viking Pump Co Pref
*

4,410
28,450
19.860
24,710
706,550

2,800

70

5

6% Nov. 25

105)*
1103*
15*
15 %
1)*
1)*

38

40 Vogt Mfg Corp
mmmmmm

Nov.

40

30

27,550

4,900

73

•

common

Oct.

"May
May

6
2

9

Nov., 16

130

142

160

3
3)*
185* Sale

-

250

8% Nov.
3

Sale

35*

160

Convertible preferred
»
Seaboard Util Shares com..*

6,460

100

Apr. 27

152
150

i8a

150
150

Seaboard Pub Serv Co $6 pfd *

200 United Pub Util $6
pref
121,660 U S Gypsum.
...20

1,900
3,550
2,600

4

Oct. 14
Nov. 12

Nov. 21 142
Nov. 21
Nov. 27
4% Nov. 6

142

30

100

6,000 United Ptrs 6c Pubs com
3,860
Convertible preferred.__.*

45.650

Nov. 25

6)* Nov. 25

9
141

Sale

104,930

1,920
1,120
1,712,030
102.501
124,450
64,370
20,050

2

13

6

30 %

._*

1,100
1,200

m

Nov.

15

4

H 8

....*

Preferred

100

40

Nov.

2

55

9J*

United Gas Corp common
*
600 United Paper Board Co
pf.100
100
Common
100

mmmmm

Nov. 30
Nov. 16

4

3% Sale

100 United Dry Docks, Inc com.*

mmmmm m

4

Nov. 12

85

2%

a

100

1,400 Union Carbide 6c Carbon
*
30,700 United Amer Util Inc com...*
13,400
Class A
*
16,887 Unit Corp of Amer pref
*

100

13

Sale

2%
42

Twin States Natural Gas—

14,790

,

Nov.

2

70

270
Stock purchase warrants._
630 20 Wacker Drive S6 pref....*

mmmmmm

8
11

3)*

2)*

Tenn Prod Corp com
....*
230 Texas-Louisiana Pow
pf..l00
Thompson (J R) com
25
Time-O-Stat Controls pf A.*

mmmmmm

2

15

5
Sale

900 Stuz Motor Car com........*
16,250 Super Maid Corp com...
*
820 Sutherland Paper Co com
10

235,930
259,860
8,240
1,250
2,120

55*

20

11,050 Steinite Radio Co........._*
1,590 Storkllne Fur conv pref
25
3,140 Studebaker Mall Order cl A.*

100

8
12)*
Sale

19)* Sale

910 Standard Pub Service A ...*
170 Standard Telephone pref...*

•mmmmmm

53*
2

105

112)* 113
3% Sale

South East G 6c W part A...*
10 Southwest Dairy Prod com..*

mmmmmm

95

105

785* Nov. 14

82

Corp A..*

Preferred............

Saxet Co

.

Common. 10

3,900 Sally Frocks Inc com
12,570 Sangamo Electric Co

250

200% Sal©
200 >4 Sale
1654 Sale
123)5 Sale
124)* 129

2

1,530
300

350

Sale

157

Railroad Shares Corp com..*
Rath Packing Co com
10

Reliance Mfg Co

4

*
100

Reliance Internat

Sale

*

Preferred

Raytheon Mfg Co

6 3*

*

2,000

mmmmmm

Sale

2
Potter Co

15,050 a Republic Gas Corp com.
*
1,260 Richards (Elmer) Co pref
*
2,700 Rollins Hos Mills conv pref.*
9,050 Ross Gear 6c Tool com
.._*
425 Ryan Car Co (The) com
*
12,650 Ryersoa 6c Son Inc com
*

mmmmmm

73)* Nov. 12

1.

Highest.

Sale Prices.
Sale
78
Nov. 2 102
50
Oct.
3 98
97
Oct.
6 110
4
Sept. 16

Sale Prices.
81
Nov. 21

Poor 6c Co class B common..*

20 Pub Util Sec Corp $7 pref
194,840 Q-R-S De Vry Corp (The)
20,345 Quaker Oats Co com....

6,755
40,650
10,430
48,200
6,108
9,850

28"

5

com

Sale

78

JAN.

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

75)* Sale

Sale

73

10

Rights

Lowest.

75)* Sale

Ask.

RANGE

~19%

93*

584 Peoples Gas Lt 6cCoke....100

29,100

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Sale Prices.
78
Nov. 2

14

20

73

8,100

100

650

Nov. 2.
Bid.
78
95

89%
7% preferred

4,000

m

EXCHANGE
prices in november.

Price
Jan. 3
1931.

Since

In

STOCK

7

23

233* July

7

Jan.

3
15
5
7
18

3

143* Jan.
6

Jan.

5

Jan.

Sept. 25

65* Jan.
25* Apr. 18
2
103* Feb.
Feb. 17
9
233* Mar. 19

13* Nov. 28

55* Feb. 27

10)1
J8

Feb.

2

Oct.

5

Boston Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

Shares

8,028,656

In

Since

November

Jan. 1.

s

2,000

3,000
15,000

38.000
7,000

BONDS

Nov.

1931.
Bid.

642,000 Amoskeag Mfg Co 6«
1948
1935
5.000 Boston Elevated 4«
29,000 Boston 8c Maine 4*4«
1944
19,000 Brown Co 5*4«
1946
2,000
SHb
1950
7,000 Canad'n Intl Paper Co 6s. 1949
Central Manhattan Prop Sec
5s
1946
1,000
1,000 Central Power A Light 5a 1956
55,300 Chic Jet Ry «c U 8 Yds 4a„1940
5s
1940
164,000
15,800 Chic Milw 5c St P ad J 5s. 2000
1,000 Dallas Ry 8c Term 6s...
1951
333,000 East Mass StRR serA «**• 1948
Series B 5s
1948
114,000
Series C 6s..
1948
22,000
Series D 6s

.........1948

3,000
20,000
5,000
5,000
1,000
25,000
3,000
15,000
47,000
28,000
67,200
6,000
7,500
16,000

34,000

26.000

Series E 6s

......

71

Ash. Bid.
60 H
75
92

63

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.
Ash.

61*4

64

63

Nov. 20

65

Lowest.

Nov. 24

72

55

Nov.

7

55

Nov.

7

40
92

93*4

100}|

92

....

1931

....

166*4

76

Sale

25

28

24*4

32M

25

::::: "57"

25

.....

Nov. 30

92

Nov. 20

99

99

Nov. 30 101

Nov. 10

Sale

P C Pocahontas deb 7s...1935

7

Mar. 16

20

90

Oct.

9

39

Nov. 30

Feb.

7

72

Feb.

20

Sept. 30

34
35

June 29
Jan.
2
Mar. 16
Feb. 28
Mar. 16
Mar. 14
Jan. 28

25

4

2
23*4 Feb.
27
Sept. 28

25

Nov.

2

25

Oct.

30

52

30

27

48

Mar. 16

47*

64

July

9

48
79

i»:::::

92

Jan.

28

92

Nov.

4

25

25*4
25*4

4

25

25

Sale

23*4 Nov.

Nov.

2

26

7

Nov.
Nov.

32
—-

83

June 23

85%

A A

44

98*4 June 23
82*4 Mar.
6
75*4 June lft

82*4 Mar.

6

70

June

8

16

40

40

Jan. 28
16
5
99
June 10 100

08*4 Feb.
97
98
100

99

99K

'99"

100*4
100*4 100
89*4
100*4
99*4

100
91

25
80

40

20

101
44

35

87

100

Sale

102*4 100*4

Apr.

100*4 Nov. 30 100*4 Nov. 17

100

119

Feb.

91*4 100

95

Oct.

35

94

106

92

32

91

91*4 100

8

19

Jan. 26
Jan. 25
Feb. 17

98*4 June
Aug.
July
Sept.
Me,r.

6 102
14 101 *4
Apr. 13 104*4
Aug. 25 80*4
88
Apr. 13
Oct.
8 102*4
Jan.

101*4 July

82

100*4 101

92

2 115

"qoh ::::

Sept.
Feb.

Share*.
906

3.797

Mar. 2
Oct. 19

19

35

10

66*4 Jan.

10

Jan.

12

Jan.
Jan.

12
19

69

85

99 *4 Oct.

14

99*4 Oct.

99*4 Oct.

15 101*4 Jan.

STOCKS

Shares

7,160
65,124
5,444
8,108
21,283

First

preferred
100
Second preferred.......100
Pref

173*4 Sale

324

'99*4

Series A 1st pref unstpd
Class C 1st preferred...100

Class D 1st preferred
100
25
13.934 Boat 8c Maine prior pf stpd 100
Ser A 1st pref stamped..100
2,984
Ser B 1st pref stamped..100
804
Ser C 1st pref stamped..100
264
Ser D 1st pref stamped..100
164

50

"50
167

8,654
10

Sale

137*4 142

Nov. 18

142

84*4 Nov. 10

14
28

Sale

81

80

100

389 Norwich 8c Worcester pf.100
2,633 Old Colony..............100
75,668 Pennsylvania RR.........50
295 Providence 8c Worcester

82

3

June 11
June 11

Apr.
May
19*4 Nov.

104*4 Aug. 17

Mar.

Mar. 12

86*

90
21

Nov.

7

93

Jan.

105

60

70

Sale

Nov. 25

80

Nov.

40

30

30

Nov. 19

37

Nov.

75

75

90

100

137*4 Sale
Sale

75

153

6

154

160*4 Nov.

161*4

153

65c
5

60

160*4 Sale

100

112

Nov.

30

Nov.

Sept.

107
75
115

Jan.

103

50c

1

60c

1

4

5

4

2*4

5

3

5
5

2

2

VA

Nov. 27 100

Nov.

2

J

Nov. 10
4*4 Nov. 19

60c

1*4 Nov. 17

Nov. 10
4*4 Nov. 19

60c

1*4 Nov. 17
Nov. 16

23*4 Nov. 16

25

Sale

23*4 Nov. 27

44*4 Nov.

84

75*4 Sale

40*4 Sale

27

130

57*4 Sale

120

116" 125*
31*4 Sale

175
105

9

98

107

136" 135"

110

155
117

100

108

24*4 Sale
146
111

Sale
117

93

145

182

110

Nov.

5 115

22*4 Nov. 28

Nov. 10

34*4 Nov.

9

50c

Nov. 30 146

Nov. 30

103
2

Oct.

9
10

21
27
Feb. 24
Jan. 20
Feb.
3
Feb.
5
Mar. 17
Mar.
3

Jan. 14
Aug. 14
Mar. 24

Jan.

10

63

Jan. 10
Mar.
3

80

May 26

4

Jan.

92*4 Feb. 25
113
Apr. 22

Jan.

142

Feb.

Oct.

140

Mar.

23*4 Nov.

146

14
1

68*4 Feb. 19
181*1 Apr. 15
122
Feb. 16

22*4 Nov.
Nov.

117

146

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.
3
106*4 May 28

Nov.

3*4 Oct.
2*4 May
1*4 Nov.
23*4 Nov.
80
May

108
130
110

26

155

Apr.

102*4 Jan.

23

23*4

95*4 Sept.
160*4 Nov.
153

93

100

10
8

63

2 161*4 Nov. 20

—-

Sale
103

105

2
4

60

88

37

104*4 Sale
98

Jan.

86
95

57

Sale

Jan.

32*4 Aug. 21

57

112

Sale

80

100

653 Vermont 8c Massachusetts 100

Mar. 10

95*4 July
113

Sale

137*4

.......100

15,671 N Y N H 8c Hartford

185

Jan.

84*4

100

1,538 East Mass St Ry Co.......100
First preferred
.......100
3,375
Preferred B............100
2,050
Adjustment...........100
2,810
i
100
2,489 Maine Central

Nov.

64

Nov. 28 153

Nov. 28

103

.......

Preferred

142

102

163 Northern New Hampshire 100

77

150

Apr.
76*4 Apr.

100

10

2,517

2

58

168

Preferred

4 100*4 Nov.

19*4 Nov. 10

604 Boston 8c Providence.....100

1,208

Nov.

Jan. 19
June 19
Jan. 12
Mar.
9

71

88

170 Conn 8c Pass River pref...100

"63

99

100*4 100

83

7254

34 Chic Jet Ry 8c U S Y Com.100

35

100

Common stamped.........

321

390

Sale' 100*4 Sale

......

325
too

451

87
98

Preferred..............100

Maine

102

89

Boston Elevated.........106

&

101

85
101*4 Oct. 23 104
99
Jan.
12
99
9
97
Mar.
97

Par.

Boston 8c Albany........100

35 Boston

125

1
19

Oct.

69

101

25

Feb. 25

Second Internat Sec 5s..1948

102*4

18
20
14
25

66*4 Jan.

Power Gas-Water Sec 5s_1948

1944
38,500 Swift 8c Co 5s
10,000 Texas Power & Light 5s..1956
1941
10,000 Wash 8c Sub Co 5*4«
..1932
10,000 West End St Ry 4s
1932
282,000 Western Tel 8c Tel 6s

7

72

80

25*4

25

1951

Ruhr Chemical Corp 6s.. 1948

Nov.

Oct.

Mar. 26
97*4 Aug.
4
97
Mar. 16
76*4 Mar. 25
67*| Aug. 17
66
July 14
81

94*4 May 13
90

80

66

1955

Miss River Power Co

20

Oct.
9
94*4 May 13
95*4 Aug. 12
99
Nov. 30 104
July 28
35
Jan.
9
21*4 May 11

39

IS* Sale
^
90

Maine Central Ry 4*4»...1935
Mass Gas 4Hs...

55

50

Kan City Mem 8c Blrm 4s. 1934

Mass Gas Co 5s

Oct.

97*4 Aug. 4
Sept. 16

97

Houston Lt 8c Pow 4*4».1978

...1934

60

Sale Prices.

Prices

500 Sevllla-Blltmore 7HS....1937

20,000

1.

Highest.

Sale

98

55

Series E 434s
..1981
Hungarian Disc 8c Ex Bk 7s'63
Interboro Tran 5s unstpd *66
Iowa Central Ry 5s___
.1938

Nat Hun Ind 8c Mtg In 7s 1948
3,000 New Eng Power Assoc 5s
277,000 New Engl Tel 8c Tel 5s...1932
1934
6,000 New River 5s

139,100
10,000
10,000
1,000

2.

Ash. Bid.

80

1396

Income 5s

JAN.

SINCE

69

1948

Hood Rubber 7s....

RANGE

2

.....

"l'.ooo

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Price

Jan.

$

5.000

1930.
$305,600
4,165,940

,

$138,900
2,724,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES.

1931.

November

725,755
9,840,983

612,306

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Bond Sales.

1930.

1931.

November

Sept.

MISCELLANEOUS—

1,572
457
120

315
10

18,166
16,886
4,794
4,749
809
46

26,924
1,460
590
439

39
940
269
*

American Founders
Amer 5c

Corp....

Preferred...

25

.50

7

9

3*4

39

44

11,777
5,761
a

178*4 Sale

22

1*4 Sale
3*4 Sale
1
3
Sale

75c

22

25

139*4 Sale
4

2

2*4

26

Sale

13
50

xEx-dMdend.

Sale

Sale

in It.
21

Sale
84

85

Prop Trust.

Assessment paid.

129

5

......100

Brown 8c Co pref.




7
1*4
Sale

1*4 Nov. 27
3*4 Nov. 27
3

Nov.
2
Nov. 19

22

Nov. 10

1

2

Nov.

5*4 Nov.
1*4 Nov.
3*4 Nov.
22

Nov.

.........

Preferred....

No par value,

1*1
1

100
226,715 Amer Telep A Teleg
♦
31,880 Amoskeag Mfg Co
13,178 Aviation Sec of New Engl...
12,431 Bigelow-Sanford Carpet...
Boston Personal

4*4

10

2*4 Sale

50

...........

First preferred
2d preferred

615

3*4 Sale
9

Continental Corp

Amer Pneumatic Service

14

10

14

12

Sale
Sale

124*4 Nov. 28 147*4 Nov.
6
Nov.
4*4 Nov. 21
Nov.
9
2*4 Nov.
2*
Nov. 25 26*4 Nov.
18
Nov. 23
85
Nov.
82

1*4 Nov. 27
1
87*4c Oct.
28

4

Feb.

II

2*4 Oct.

19

11

Feb.

Oct.

16

44

Feb.

20
13

22

8

Mar. 12

29

Mar. 26

1*4 Oct.
18
Nov725

Mar. 26

3
Sept.
120*4 Oct.
4

Oct.

7
5 201*4
14
23
3

75

Oct.

15*4 Nov.

10

Nov. 30

Nov.

11

Sept. 19

10

Nov. 30

12

Nov. 25

15

15*4 Feb. 20
6*4 June 24

Oct.

60c

3*5*
85

Feb.

Aug.
Jan.

28

3
3

21*4 Feo. 24
66
Aug. 27

64

BOSTON

AGGREGATE

SALES

In

Jan. 1.

Shares*

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Shares.

1.650
29,217

"""§55

15
18

1,858

2,724
520
955

5,307

""155
1.472
1,755

common

2

_

Continental Securities Corp

-.—

Eastern Gas Ac Fuel Assn

4J4% preferred..

60

7%Sale
1%
IH
16
17

Corp..
,--10

Bast Boston Land

com

..100

6% preferred..........100

77
Sale

89

Eastern SS Lines# Inc new...

19% Sale
42 %
43

Preferred................*

First preferred
100
110 East Util Inv
Corp cl A......
2,380 Economy Grocery Stores...*
28,968 Edison Elec Illumination. 100
21,869 Employers* Group Assoc T C_

92

94

1%
17

213

1,568

2,790

18

16%

l'Bos

.

3,497

""""55
20

1,705

1

30
17.

21% Sale

"21""
34%
15

—60
2

2%

1%

19

37%
95

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest•

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

75

2% Sept. 18
4% Sept. 28

.....
.....

-

2%

75
78
10
36
90

"2%

2%

13

Nov. 23
1% Nov. 27

7
71
74

8% Sale

76

...

72% Sale

Sale
11
39
91

74

Sale

2%

Nov. 28
Nov. 28
Nov. 30

11% Nov. 9
77% Nov. 16
82% Nov. 14

36

39.
89

87

Nov.
7
Nov. 13

7

36
87

9

36
87

2% Feb.

"18% "15"" "17% "18" 18"" Nov." 16 "l8%"Nov"l2
215

Sale

10%
.05
.75

11
.10
1

211

11

Sale
12

210
11

16
190
10

Nov. 27 225
Nov.
9
Nov. 4 12% Nov, 20

.15 Nov. 14
.25 Nov. 25

"30-1111

Sale
.....

9%

11
3%
15% Sale
5

10
1
9

8

——

Nov.

2

"5

30

9%

27

10
86

.....

"""465
16
245
428

2,675
490

485

1,899
*

■

25
20

1,662
ing Machine Co.........10
7,974 Internat Hydro Elec Sys cl A
6,710 Jenkins Television Corp com.
1,080 Kidder Peabody accept clA pf
915 Libby McNeil
Libby...
10
6.651 Loew's Theatres..........25
98,299 Mass Util Associates v t c....
9,323 Mergenthaler Linotype.. .100
220 Muiiins Mfg co

7%

Nov. 23

Nov.

2

8
1

"'5%"Nov|"7
Nov.

17

~J*W

29

10

30

—28

83

80

83

10

10

11% Nov. 25

l%ll

2%
27%

15
7

8

20% Nov. 17

7%

8

"2" "2% "~2
15%

7

—

—

75c. Sale

3% Sale

3

Sale

61

62

.25

.50

1% Sale
18

21

70

344
Preferred
10 0
211 New Eng G Ac El Co class A
9
SH % preferred............
New England Public Service

85

84

145

2.473
140

2,739
New.....;.....
31,592 New England Tel Ac Tel...I00
3,216 No American Aviation Inc...
105 North Ac South Amer Co...
590 Northern Texas Electric.. 100

"""16
629
:

25

845

220
425

2,084

"4,672
1,489
1,242

"""555
130

;

""4,152
7,544
952

Nov." 17
Nov. 13
Nov. 28

.25 Nov. 27

39,487 Pacific Mills.............100
1,838 Public Utility Holding com..

15%

17

Warrants..

6% Sale

80

19% Nov. 25

1% Nov.

14% Sale
1

7,014
215
20

•

42% Sale
28% 29
43
Sale

com...

Corp

45c

6% Sale "
57% Sale

Preferred... ............25
U S At Brit Inv Co com......

31
3

Corp...25

!nv Co S3 pf allot ctf

U S Elec Power
Corp.
U S Ac Internet*! Sec Corp—

§55
632

2
38

64

9% Sale
40

18%
22% Sale
32% Sale

1

23

14% Nov. 13
Nov.

1

5

Nov." 13 '24"""Nov."l2

32

Nov.

7

Sale
—-

Sale

.....

9% Nov.

4

Aug. 20
Sept. 1

8
10

21 % Nov.

30% Nov.

6

23% Nov.

2
2

35

"30 Nov." 19
12

Sale

2%
3%
2% Sale
43% Sale
31
31%

30

"2%
42
31

9

6
40

Apr.
1
May 8
13% Feb. 21

10
5
89

2
6

.

Oct.

20c

47% Nov. 5
31% Nov. 13

2
May 27

11

12% Nov. 24

85c

Apr. 13
3% Jan
2
Jan. 21
May 7
93% Apr. 27
75
Sept. 1
30
90

2% Nov.

Mar.

Oct.

5

3% Sept. 17
2

Oct.

1

36
31
3

Mar. 26
Mar. 19

Apr. 15
Jan. 14
Mar. 25

Feb. 25
Sept# 4

Feb. 21
15% Feb. 28

Oct.
Jan.
Jan.

5
2

16
25

30

Feb. 18

5% Jan.
10% Mar.
58

11
2
2

Jan.

32% May 18

36% Mar. 30
1% Oct.
2

4

"27%:::::
55

43

35c" Sale

—..

""25 """50

""750

Sale

2

22%
14
.

90

23
20%

3
41
8

Feb

4
4

Sept. 29
Sept. 11

78
6

"75 Nov."

1%
21%
17%

7
Nov. 18

3% Sept. 24
Feb.
4

21%

15c

17

4
-

.....

7%

21

70

7%

20%
2%
——

.....

2

2

6

1

3
27
17
50
90

22% Nov. 17

Jan.

0

Mar. 24

June 19

10c. Oct. (21
35c
Mar. 17

75c
19
70
5

18
70

'"6"""No'v."27 "9% Nov.""7

6% Sale

Aug. 19
Jan. 10
Jan.
5
Jan. 17
45% Mar. 2
15
Sept. 28
41% Jan. 20
27% May 23
15c
Jan. 10
20
May
6

10c. Oct. 21
2c
Aug. 31

22

6

"17% "18"

20% Nov." 6
18% Nov. 23

19

Sale

Nov.
7
Oct.
9
Oct.
6
Oct.
2
Nov. 27
June 24

20% Nov.

6

35

20

9

17% Oct. 30

25c
22

18

Jones.............

Jan,
Oct.

17% Oct.

'

Apr. 18
Feb
5
Apr. 10

15

20%

"46"" "so""
20

4

35c
50c

"I%~Nov."l3

2
7
2

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

40

.

Feb.

2

10c'

19%

40

97
28

27

.75

4

Aug, 22

50

60

Nov. 23

Sept. 4
Feb. 10
Jan. 28

29% July 23

.1
40

""I%

Mar. 10

Feb. 11
Jan.
3
54% Mar. 21
30% Jan.
5
47 ' Feb.
9
7% Jan.
3
1% Jan. 13

28

"3%"NOv.""9

Nov. 28
Nov.
4

90

11% Nov. 25
30% Mar. 10

1% Feb. 28

6% Jan.

Nov. 27

30% Sept. 17

26

Jan.

20% Oct.

7

Nov. 14

2

Sept. 21
July
9
12% Nov. 30

Nov. 14

"36 Nov.*

2

28

Jan.

1

4,796 Westfield Mfg Co can stock..
1,210 Whittelsey Mfg Co class A...
125 Wilson At

June 13

1

1

"i2%No"v."30 "20% Nov." "§

Sale

2

12
Oct.
2
14% Nov. 25

14% Nov.

40

14% Sale
22% Sale

13

46
31

Oct.

8% Nov. 14

8% Sale

"".30" ""40 """30 """36
3%
4%
3% Sale

May 25
Sept. 29

Feb.

15% Jan.

Oct.
1 21%
Oct.
5 143
3% Oct.
2 10%
8
7
May 20
10c
Sept. 30 25c
10c
Nov. 18
1%
9% Nov. 27 25
7%
1
Nov.
5
35c
Sept. 4 35c

preferred............50

Conv preferred....

30

Nov. 30
Feb.
2

14% Nov. 25
1
Nov. 7

14%

.....

38% May 11

8
105

♦

371 Waltham Watch class B.._.*
872
Preferred..............100
Prior preferred
173
100
66,853 Warren Bros-........":...
1st

Oct.

56% Jan. 19

Common..................

3,170 Venezuela Holding Corp....
2,625 Venezuelan Mex OH Corp..10
3,224 Waldorf System Inc.._....*

55
332

Sale
Sale

1
30

Preferred.

"4", 569

Nov. 28

1

Nov. 10

80

9% Nov. 27
1
Nov.
5

.....

""4% Sale" "2" ""2%

Common....

250

"""§55

.....

12

com

United Founders
Corp com..
United Shoe Mach

Utility Equities"Corp"fs"io
dlv priority stk aUot ctfs..
8,224
300

75c

........

Corp

Nov. 13

18% Oct.

6% Sale

5

Union Twist Drill
United Carr Fasten

14%

Sale

20

Stone At Webster Inc
cap stk
Swift At Co...........
25

JJ S

.50

1%

13% Sale

50 So N Engl Ice Co Common..

Torrlngton Co

5

6

20c

4

9% Nov. 5 10% Nov. 28
Nov. 9
114% Nov. 28 131
4% Nov. 25
4% Nov. 7

13
Sale

"36% '.III "§5"" Hill "21% Sale"

62,258 Shawmut Assn T C

Tri Continental
Tower Mfg

Jan.

90

10%

3
Feb* 10
13
July 28
7% Mar. 3

90

7
2

""05 I"-I ""l"0 "Nov." 18 '""l"d"Noy."l8
1%

25
10
27
25
9

34

58

...... .........

1,367 Railway & Light Secur Co__*
3,159 Reece Button Hole Mach..l0
2,475 Reece Folding Mach.......l0

67,369
19,094
12,694
1,135
16,670
6,460
1,214
60,088
105,440
14,063
1,000

1%

May
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
May

5

6

i5c"::::: ".To":::::
.25
11

1

5%
10%
38%
18%

17

75
10
117

9

Feb. 28

Jan.

2
15

~

2

........

11

121% Sale

20

Jan.

7% Jan.
7
9% Sept. 30

.25 Nov. 27

1% Nov. 20
19% Nov. 25
80
Nov. 10

IV*

4%

60c.

350

"""349

Preferred..

4%

....100

50

""""75

9%

135"" Sale"

6
24

266% Feb.

6

19

"§6" ZIIIZ

........

24
3
20

21

75% Oct.

Nov. 10

11% Nov. 25

7%.Nov. 6
2% Nov. 30
58

Sale

%
%
1% Sale
65

8
21

June 15
8% Nov. 21
July 22

7

30% Nov.

Nov. 10

Nov. 30

6

7% Sale
2% Sale

IV*

Mar. 8
June 10
20

27

Nov. 10
Nov. 4

2% Nov. 19
15% Nov. 27
7% Nov. 12
8
Nov. 20
3
Nov.
2
.64% Nov. 5

15

.....

6%;'a6%
58

8
3

27% Mar.
89% Sept.
95
Jan.
27% Feb.
46
July
104
Aug.
3% Feb.
22% Feb.

Nov. 13

10

Sale
87

4

86

1,831 National Leather.........10
40,193 Nat Service Co com shs tr ctfs
1,262 New Engl Equity Corp.......

—

2

23
21
16
5
19

15

..

mmm

6

Nov.

5
Mar. 17
16% Mar. 14
28% Mar. 20
50
Jan. 19

85

Nov. 10

8% Nov. 21

29

29
8

80

""2

27

Sept.
8% Jan.
5
Apr.
9% Oct.
2
Aug.

85

26%

9

9

Nov. 25

Internat Button Hole Sew¬

50

1
1

July 13

"l5""Nov."I§ "Is" ""Nov." 13
28

5

5c

4% Jan.
18% Oct.

2

—-

Oct.
Oct.

30
5
5
13

25c

8

Nov."20

12

Jan,

28
2£

.75 Nov. 12

11

4% - 5
14% Sale

7

.40 Nov. 14

"24"" "25" '22" Sale' ~22~""Nov."28 "25% Nov." 12
1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

71
74

Nov.
5
Nov. 7
Nov. 13

11

Nov.

48% June 8
1% Oct.
5
30c
Sept. 21

Nov."10

2% Nov. 20

9% Nov. 30

9% Sale
36
85

5

60

V& A*

9

.....

Preferred.................

;2%

38
Sale

90%

..........

514

.....

Ask.

"5" ""Nov." "7 ""7% "Nov." "§

8

3%
10
8

9

798 Hathaway Bakeries class A..
9,108
Class B..................
1,665
Pre/erred...
Hyftrade.Sylvanla Lamp4.521
Corn st-k ft ctfs

20

■«€
Sale

2

........ ......

175

.....

.....

4X

525 German Credit Inv 1st
pref..
390 Georgian, Inc
(The) common

2,196
Class A preferred......20
1,808 Gilchrist Corp..............
56,631 Gillette Safety Razor Go....*
640 Greenfield
Tap Ac Die
25
255 Greif Bros Coopga cl A com.*

17%

3

28,186 General Capital Corp.......

10

"""288

Common..................
Preferred._............t00

750 General Alloys
Co...........

"

2

245% Sale

Galveston Houston El Pr—

623

1%

..........

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.
1%

"io" "18""
50

Crown Cork Internat

Nov. 2.

Ask. Bid.

Columbia Graphophone.....

8,493
10,071
27,813
12,215
19,042
43,039
2,327

420

2
1931.

Bid.

*"""75

1.

Jan.

STOCKS

Brown Ac Durrel Co

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price

Since

November

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCK EXCHANGE

Nov.

MINING—

100 Adventure Cons Copper Co..

'""755

"l",386
'

40

10,941
16,159
9,896
2,000
20,976
16,937
2,465

Arcadian Cons

Mining Co....

Arizona Commercial....
5
Calumet At Hecla .........25
Cliif Mining..-ci.........25

Copper Range Go
..25
East Butte Copper Mining 10
Hancock Consol Mining Co..

150

""'455

457

"""4§5
10,995

"""145
365

4,003
1,365
50

700

18,525

1

Isle

Royal Cppper......
SeeWenaw Copper

25

LaSgHe-Copper.......

25

Preferred...............50

4,765 Niplsslng Mines............5
North Butte............ 2.50

269,075
715
8,158
11,471
56,692
25,064
9,950
20,315
76,639

O Jibway

Mining Co....#......

Crld Dominion Co.........25
Pond Cr Pocahontas Go....*

Qulncy..
....25
St Mary*s Mineral Land ...25
Shannon.....
.....10
Utah Apex Mining
5
..........

.......

Utah Metal Ac Tunnel.
1

No par value.




*

8% Sale
3

6% Sale

.13

4%
——

4

.05

—

-

-

10c

.....

5

"3% *"4% "4

1

Sale

3% Sale

.11

"27" "28""

95

1
50c
15

90c
16

10%
.

60
1
1

5%
1%

10%
5c
57

1%
Sale

2%
1

.50
22

107
3
1%

.10

.11

Nov. 19

Nov. 19

19

1-

21

95% 107
2%
2%

18
95

"2% "Nov.* "7 "2% "Nov." 10

.90

.75 Nov. 18

.40

.65

.40

.65

14%
5%

15
6%
.09%

13%
5%
.04

.09%

.04
.....

1

.60

.55

1%
Sale

1

Nov.

9

12% Nov

15%

.

.53

17

20

" Nov."

7

"dl Ndv.

""OlNov.24

24

Sept.

lc

Oct.
Oct.

1

Nov. 18
Oct. 20

6
Oct.
7
Nov. 24

45c

.51 Nov. 28

.70 Nov. 10

Sept.

75c

50c

June 19
Oct.
1

50c

""I~""Nov."2l "I%~Nov."'§

Sale

Feb. 18
Feb. 20
Jan. 31
Feb. 24

2
Feb. 11
1
Feb. 13
4
15
Apr. 29
3
20 30% Jan.
9
Feb.
3
15 105

11% Oct.
6

6

1%

75c

1%
11%
2%
8%

Feb, 19
June

1% Oct.
35c

"

.53
1

7c
30c
5c

.50

27
1

3% Oct.
2% Sept. 30
2% Oct.
2

""3% "Nov "23 ""4% Nov." *7

"II" """.55 III" "".50
.12
21

4%

"5%"Nov."Io

3

1% Sale
50c

Nov." 18

Oct.

Feb.

3

6% Fob. 24
1% Jan. 23
95c
Feb.
5
21
Feo. 24

13% Feb. 21
Feb.
9
Feb. 19

67c
59c

1% Mar. 28
3% Feb. 24

>

..1

'

*

25

Mohawk...
............25
349 Nevada Consol Copper
210 New River common..........

"155

"1%

105

445 Island Creek Croal
Preferred..
287

7,627
3,315
5,010
16,804

i%

I!

300 Helvetia..

"""265

15

".05" "II"

"

Ex-dividend.

■
.

•

50c
3
15
7
8
5
1

26c

1

.25

.....

3%
16
Sale
Sale

10%

#

11%

i

9

2%

.50

1%
Sale
3

Sale

.25
.75

3
.10
.35

Sale

.10
.60

28c

.31

.35

.35

Sale

10

.25
.38

""i%"Nov."28 '"I%"Nov."20
9

Nov. 21

2% Nov. 20
3% Nov. 18
.05 Nov.
6

11% Nov.
•

4

6

Nov. 10

4% Nov. 13

4
1

6

Jan.

8

.65 Nov. 12

7

5c
50c

.35 Nov.

.38 Nov. 21

15c

4

Oct.
Oct.

2% Oct.

.05 Nov.
.85 Nov.

6

13

1% Nov. 28
7
2

Sept. 22
Oct, 10

1
Apr.
2
S% Feb. 17
15% Jan. 29
10% Feb. 24
9% Mar. 2
30c
June 25
1 % Jan.
6
57c
Feb. 28

Philadelphia St'k Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA
Shares

605,997

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AGGREGATE SALE3.
In

9,216,687

S

"3:600

7,300
21,700

"5:066
2,000
1,000

"16:666
31:666

3,000

25,000
10,000
14,000
13,000

BONDS

51,300
500

7,500
69,400

72,500

2,000

1:606
2,000

56,000

2,000

Bell Telephone 5s
—1948
Consol Tree N J 1st 5s...1932

1:666

10,631,517

RANGE

Nov.

Ask

Bid.

Lowest.

Ask

Highest.

Lowest

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

9

1093* May 15

53* Nov. 24

53*8.-1944
1959
1971 w 1
Delaware Pr & Lt 43*s
1969
Elec A Peoples tr ctfa 4s. 1945

53* Nov. 24

Sale

26

35

27

29 3*
27 A Sale

25
70

16

75

50

25

Keystone Tel 5s
cons

70

27

Nov.

5

30

Nov.

6

24

Oct.

25

Nov.

2

293* Nov.

9

25

Oct.

183* Nov. 20

20
Sale

983* Sale

...1954

Leh 5c New Eng 5s

993*
96}4

89

"84^"N"o"v."24

Lehigh Valley 1st 4s
1948
Lehigh Valley Annuity 6s..

7

883* Nov. 16

983*
983*

99 3*

i

5

873* Nov.

5

1965

Penna Cons 4)*s--...... 1960

.....1963

903* Nov. 27
733* -Nov. 20

Penna Pow & Lt 43^8

Phila Elec

(Pa) 1st

s

f 4S.1966

90

92

32

83

Nov.

393*

90

92

90

Sale

32

Nov. 12

6

933*
733*
833*
323*

Nov. 9
Nov. 20
Nov. 17
Nov. 24

873*
1013*
1053*
1013*
803*
733*
823*
32

92

Oct.

16

Aug.
July
May
Apr.
: Aug.
May
May

24
31

19

Jan.

June 30

May 12

5

1
14
7
12
15

1

Apr. 11

5

Jan.

23

Fob.

1043*

Sale
Sale

1083*

Sale"

107

107 3*

97

100

98

May
8
Aug. 31

Mar.

93

983* 1003*

Sept.29

May

93

97

953*
102 3*

Feb.

953* May
Oct.

933* Nov.
1053* Nov.

893* Nov.
89J* Sale
923*
933*
105
Sale
1033* Nov.
1033* Sale
102
1023*

Oct.

103

10

Sept. 4
May 20

:

Feb.

1063* Jan.

17

106

Sale

106

1023*
1013*

Sale

1033* Sale

1023* Nov.

Nov.

2 105

9

Jan.

:

Sept.

102

Oct.

:

Mar. 30

June :

June 23

65

953* Nov. 25
101

953* Nov. 25
Nov.

101

Nov.

Sale

92

Sale

92

933*

Nov.

Sale

32
-----

96.

Apr. 11
May 22
Aug.
5
Sept. 1q

91

Oct.

:

32 3* Nov, 30

343* Nov.

99

96

Nov

14

Jan.

:

Jan.

20
22

Jan.

8

Jan.

£§**
96

Nov.

96

853* Nov.:
943* Apr. :
323* Nov.:

_

99

983*

Nov. 18

May :

50

853* Nov.

40"" ~49H

963*
97 H

7
963* Nov.
853* Nov. 19

Nov.

13

July 10
May 28

123* Apr.

101

13

Oct.

Nov. 25

943* Nov.
97
Apr.
102

8

Oct.

993* Oct.
993* Oct.
953* Nov.:
Apr.
101

943* Nov.

943* Nov.

70

2,600 Warner Co 1st 6s wi war. 1944
5,000 Warner Co 1st 6s
—1939
1,000 W Jersey A Seashore 3 3*8 1936
164,600 York Rys 1st 5s
.1987

Feb. 27
Mar. 25

9
8
12
16
5
31
5
31
30
20
19

Oct.

1948

4s

1st 4Kb series.........1967
62,000
1st lien A ret 5s.......I960
393,000
1st A ret 4s
1971
691,500
1st 5s
1966
731,700
1st lien A ref 5)*s
30.500
1947
1st lien A ref 5Ks
3,000
1953
490,000 Phila Elec Pow Co 5J4s—1972
5,000 Phila A Read Coal A Ir 6s
5,000 Philadelphia N Y Canal 43*s_
5s
1,000
2,000 Pitts C C & St L RR 5s...1975
198,500 Pub Serv El A Gas 4s w 1.1971
38,000 Reading Terminal 5s_...
2,000 Reading 1st 4s
..1937
500
Improvement 4s.......
1,000 Reading Traction 5s....-1933
8,000 Seaboard Air Line 6s
.1945
99,600 Safe Harbor W Pow 4^8.1979
149,000 Strawbridge A Cloth 5s..1948

9

16
9
19
10
20

Sept.
Sept.
May
Oct.
Nov.
July
May
Mar.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.

1023* Apr.

Nov. 27

June

June 11

Nov.

Apr.

i.

Shares.

STOCKS

Shares.

43,037 Almar Stores
6,360 Amer Foreign Secur
100

1,600
400

2.000

6",66O
211

4,200

370

2,525

49.400
43,680
24,210
1,930

244,400
3,304
61,325
515

par
*

"""50
802

...*

383*

Bornot
Budd

Sale

lnc

15

5:800
140

2,800

4:200

9,800
145

500

63*
23*

............

*

(E G) Mfg Co

Preferred.

.383* Nov. 27
73* Nov. 27

Sale

1133*

Bankers Securities pref
Bell Tell Co of Pa

54

...........

Sale

9

Budd Wheel Co.......

20

43*

1133* Nov.

Nov. 10
Nov. 28

43

12

5 1143* Nov. 30

23*
233*
53*

VX4.

*i-

43* Sale

23* Nov. 4
213* Nov. 27
3

Nov.

5

33* Nov. 14
Nov. 10
53* Nov. 9

28

41

3*

17 3*

433*

40

18

133*

Horn A Hardart

(Phila) com.*
(N Y) com..*

43

51

Insurance Co of N A

10

6.900 Lake Superior Corp
..100
Certificates of deposit
50,000
135,600 Lehigh Coal A Navigation w 1
1,065 Lehigh Valley

403*
Sale

27 A

403* Nov.

2

153* Nov.

7

2

Nov.

23* Nov. 19

23*

33*

273*

35

Sale

24
150

155

35

39

Sale

11

liiA

,13*

I""vtek"
112
1123

"33""

273*"No"V.'

273* Nov.

34

Sale

34

393* Nov. 12

A

50

Sale

38)*

33

3

Sale

113*

Nov."

4

1

28

Sale

115"

29

29

Nov.
Nov.

120"
33

Nov.
Nov.

5
9

Nov. 19

13

Oct.

"343*

Sale

343* Nov. 30

403* Nov.

133* Nov. 27
173* Nov. 21

173* Nov.

7

Sale

183*

Sale

143* Sale
143*
153*

2 Nov. 25

46

46

213* Nov.
2 Nov. 25

July 30

6

213* Feb. 10
463* Jan. 20
46
Sept. 18
5

Mar. 31

12
43

Jan.

25

Jan.

6

65

Oct.

Mar. 24
Mar. 20

2

Nov.

17
11
15
182

Oct.

Oct.

Sept.

2

Mar. 10

Sept. 21
Mar. 19

443* Apr. 11
Sept.11
633* Mar. 26

141

Nov.

15* Oct.

6

15

43

5
Feb. 27
Jan. 23
Jan.

453* Apr. 30
453* Apr. 30
13* Oct.
1
3
May 14
273* Nov. 6

63* Jan. 20
13*

443*

39

Jan.

103

73* Sale

'23?* "25"

June

June

53*

16

53* Feb. 24
51
13
L05

Oct.
Nov.

May
93* Nov.

Feb.

Aug. 21
73* Mar. 17

Sept.

102

41

Nov.

6

13*
93*

A 115

30

98

...........




Nov.

133* Nov.

46""
Sale

2

500 Lit Brothers

63 Little Schuylkill..

39

46

34

...100

Preferred

14

10

10

(I) Fishman A Sons
Giant Portland Cement..-50
Horn A Hardart

40

15
46

46
Sale

Battery..l00

Empire Corp
Fire Association......

Sale

42
....

25

120

Jan.

23* Oct.
21

2

163a Jan. 29
483* Mar. 23

353* Oct.

100

Second preferred

Electric Storage

3* Jan.

533* Feb. 16

73* Nov.
113
Oct.
6

8

Preferred...............

11,600 Central Airport
2,061 Commonwealth Cas Co....10
1.627 Consol Traction of N J...100
22,134
26,773
61,340
793
1,588
2,015
43,280
935
72,700

3* Feb.
293* Jan.

Sale

pref....l00

American Stores.....

2.930 Cambria Iron
..50
19,625 Camden Fire Insurance.....
20

383*

16 3^ Jan.

184 Catawissa 1st preferred

""900

3*

A

....

With warrants..........

27

I23* Oct.

8

173* Nov. 21

9
9

Jan.* 27
Jan. 27

273* Feb. 27
55

Feb. 27

2 Nov. 25

2 Nov. 25

23

453* Aug. 14

423* Jan.

•

7

Oct.

86

;

29

.

Feb. 27

88

90

4

9
3
18
21

Jan.

2

Jan.

15
31
24

f Nov.
Sept.
; Feb.
; Apr.
; Apr.

7

Nov.

May

\ Jan.

843* Nov. 24

983*

40

Oct.

89

983*

873* Nov.

1981
Pennsylvania RR 4^s... 1970
4KB
1981
Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4a
1943
Phila Bait A Wash 43*«~1977
Philadelphia Co 5s
...1967

15

90

Penn Cent LAP 4H»

Penn Co

11

69

\

963* Nov. 16
973* Mar. 24

97
126

125

Sale

128

....1936

4^a

Nov.

89

963*

2003

Penna Co

7

104"" Sale

Lehigh Valley gen 4 3*•—2003
Northern Penn 4s

Nov.

963* Nov. 16

913* Oct.
15
Apr.

104

Lehigh Power & Light 6s..

4s

70

963* Nov. 16

1948

Nov. 12
Nov. 30

20

Nov. 30

70

1947

4H«--

53* Nov. 24
87 3* June
2

July
1003* Aug.

Georgia Power & Lt 5>$8.1967

4s

,

Prices.

May
Mar.
j Nov.
May
Sept.
i Aug.
May
Aug.

100

Certificates of deposit

48.1943

Highest.

813* Jan.

Del El Power 5 A*

Lehigh Nay

1.

s

■f"

Delaware P & L 4^8

Koppers Coke 53*8

JAN.

SINCE

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

2.

Ask. Bid.

815* Sale

1,000 United Rys 4s trust ctfs

5,000

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Cuban Dom Sugar

Interstate Rys coll tr

$1,216,100
4,350,450

2.

1931.
Bid.

s

1.000
55,000
3,000
78,500
97,000
4,000
551,000
73,030
137,000
31,400
276,200
1,000
361,000
11,000
21,000
305,300
1,000
17,000
55,000
5,000
2,000
247,000
2,000
5.000
16,000
217,000
24,000
349,700
59,000
15,000
30,000

1930.

.

$609,900

Price
Jan.

Jan. 1.

1931.

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

PHILADELPHIA
8TOCK EXCHANGE

Since

November

1930.
1,483,151
26,198,917

1931.

Stock Sales.

November

STOCK EXCHANGE

Bond Sales.

:

66

PHILADELPHIA

AGGREGATE

SALES.

In

Jan. 1.

Shares.

.

Shares.

Jan.

STOCKS

'

1931.

2,200

10

47,600
63,000

24%

56%

24

60
3,500
6,000

700
100

:::::

Sale

3% Sale

1*4

3%

2%

Sale Prices.

Sale

»

90

92

102 %

Sale
32% Sale

3

10
3%

3 % Nov.

Nov. 18

49

3% Nov.
3% Nov.

6

5
9

73

::::: "72% "I" "70"
4

Sale

x32

Sale

3K
24 X

Sale

41

IX

1*4

Sale
Sale
,
53

,

.....

50

117,315

Railroad

200 Reading

200

49

80
98

;

84

78

79

Sale

99%

31X Sale

30 K

Sale
Sale

Sale

20

23

21% Sale
8%
8%
32

Sale

"30"" "35"' "35 " *33"
6%
19 %

4%
30 %

7X
Sale
5
31

6%
19

Sale
Sale

4%

1% Aug. 14
3
Aug. 14
85% Jan. 23

30

Sale

50
Shares Corp.......
RR

27,700 Reliance Insurance..

Z""

~2~~

X

3%

"51" "52"
2

Sale

44 K

...10

5% Sale

3K

3K

6

Sale
4K

13% Jan. 12
13% Jan.
6
89% May 15
89% July 11

-

70

Oct.

Nov. 28

73

Oct.
5
Nov. 28

81

Nov. 28
Nov.
2

34

Nov.

64

50

Nov.

Nov. 28
Nov.
2

73

4X Nov.

IX Nov. 12

7
9
2

3
22
50

1% Nov. 12

80
98

Nov. 23

80

Oct.

Nov. 13

Nov. 23
80
Nov.
2 101

29 K Nov. 28

98

Oct.

30% Nov. 30

35 ~"N"ov.

129

Jan.

30

Nov. 12
Nov. 10
Nov. 9
Nov. 4

5
16

Oct.
Oct.

6X Nov. 30
19

30

7%
20%
5%
31

Nov. 30

X Nov. 25
Nov. 24

IK Nov. 30
44% Nov. 21
3X Nov. 13

2% Nov.
58% Nov.
4

4
9

Nov. 19

5

Nov. 24

31

Oct.

5

% Oct.

\

17

1% Nov. 30
,44% Nov. 30
3

Feb.

6
10

81 H Feb.
3
2% Jan. 22
28
June
fi

34% Sept,

9

7 133% Sept. 17
1
45% Jan. 13
5
27% May 18

Apr. 28
3% Oct.
5

30

Mar.

8% Feb. 10

7
95
Apr. 24
28 106% July
9

29% Nov. 28

"30" "Nov.'20

20

21

1% Nov. 12
June'

"i" "Nov." 17 ""I""Nov."l7

"IK Sale"

26% Jan. 28
% Mar. 17
59% July 9

73% Nov. 10

4

5

8

Nov. 18

Nov.
5
Nov. 28
Nov. 28

73
3
22

Sale

131
42

1.

Sale Prices.

% Mar. 17
JNov. 18
Nov. 13

.....

700 Phila A Western Ry

640
90

JAN.

Highest.

Prices.

23% Apr,

15K

60

.

50

"l%

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

49
8%

1

Lowest.

Ask.

93

20,694 Phila Rapid Transit.......50
32,663
7% preferred
50
27,725 Phila & Reading Coal A Iron.
49,056 Philadelphia Traction
50
2,400
Certificates...

1,300

15

Sale
.

Sale
6% Sale
57 % Sale

25

.....

400

Ask. Bid.

3

75

25

52 Phila Germ A Norrls RR...50
647 Phila Insulated Wire

1,900
2,100

SINCE

28

2,915 Phlla Dairy Prod pref
23,150 Phila Elec of Pa $5 pref
86,800 Phila Elec Pow pref

i"5

Bid.

%
13
13 J*

500 Philadelphia Co

Nov. 30.

57%

89

462,675 Pennsylvania RR
50
3,715 Penna Salt Manufacturing..
1,093 Penn Traffic
]U

100

'

24

...

100 Manufactured Rubber Co
445 Minehill A Schuylkill Har.50

140 Northern Pennsylvania
Ry__
770 Penn Cent L A P cum pref.-*
492,720 Pennroad Corp

45

Nov. 2.

Ask.

6,500 Mitten Bank Sec Corp
65,743
Preferred
770 Northern Central RR

300

RANGE

2

Bid.

4,100 Manufacturers Cas Ins

"""168

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price

Since

November

PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCK EXCHANGE

Sept. 22

38% May 18
12% Mar. 23
41 % May 16

39% Feb. 25
1% Jan.728
5

Feb.

25

61% Sept. 22
7H Feb. 28

'

61

2,799

32

135
57

■

100
400

150

,

1,025
;

4,400
6,800
*

2,635

39,825
9,230
1,756
360
29,000
36,500

94,961
1,900
5,064,335
653,021
642,521
86,755

'

300

69,600
2,900
800

350

50

Yy

370
50

""loo
"3~505
'""142
200
100

3%

Shreve El Dorado Pipe L

3%
1% Sale
IK
IK
44r
Sale

25

Tacony-Palmyra Bridge
_•
Telephone Security Corp....

Ton op alj

38

50

45

Sale

99

Nov.
6
45
Nov. 30 101

2%
K
2%
31

Sale

IK Sale

IK Nov. 30

M
Sale

J'

% Nov. 30
2X Nov. 2

33

31

4*
40

31

Nov. 24

1

1-16

Mining...........!

Union Traction

""% """%

K Sale

%

21K Sale

18 X
18 %

"27X Sale"

23 X

100% 101

95^

50

U S Dairy Prod class A
Common class B

Nov.

6

3-16
K

Sale
Sale
Sale
98

*

65
Sale

60
8X

65

60

60
10

...*

.....

;

"1-16 "'"%
X
18 X

X

Sale

Nov. 17

2% Nov.
2
% Nov. 30
3% Nov. 10
33
7

K Nov. 12
9 16 Nov.

Nov. 10

Nov.

9

% Nov. 27
Nov. 17

% Nov. 12
X Nov. 9

6

18% Nov. 30
18% Nov. 2
21% Nov. 30
96% Nov. 30

19% Nov. 25
18% Nov. 23
24% Nov. 9
99

Nov. 12

60

Nov. 10

60

5K Nov. 24

9

Nov. 10
Nov. 23

90

"21% Sale"
96 K

Sale

60

63

8

9

60

1st preferred...
Second
preferred........

Company

*

Preferred

...

Nov. 30 106

Feb.

10

1% Oct.

5

6

% Aug. 21
1% Jan. 14

50% Apr. 27
July 8

92% Sept. 18
5% Feb. 25
5

Feb.

26

7% Aug ."21
Aug. 4

17

50

% Mar. 25

2

Mar. 10

8

Mar. 19
% Apr.
2
% Sept.28

30

Oct.

7

Oct.

6

1-16 Jan.

22

3-16 Aug.
18

7

"27 % "35" "9X Sale"
96

"14" "16"
32

4

Nov. 12

35

Oct.

17%
19%
95%
58%
5%

4
4

OK

Sale

""6"""N"o~v."28

"9% Nov "2

Oct.

6
6

Nov. 12

May

5

92

Oct.

1

90

Oct.

6

7% Feb. 28
4% Feb. 26
32% Feb. 11

50

56

57

55%

Nov.

9%
12%

11

10

Nov. 17

15

9K
13

14

13% Nov. 10

20

40

20

40

Sale

6

55

Nov.

6

Nov. 28

90

Sale
60

-

""4"""N"o'v."i2

Sept. 25 31% May 18
Oct.
6 24% June 24
Oct.
6 37% Mar. 17
Oct.
2 106% Aug. 19
Sept. 2
May 20 64
Feb. 14
Nov. 24 15
Oct. 14
90
Oct. 14

90

...

"IK Sale" ~~3% "IK

.....

340 York Rys pref

Oct.

99

80

90

9X

8% Preferred

Warner

39

90

Certificates of deposit.....
United Gas Impt com new..*
Preferred new
*

•

K Nov. 13
7

Devel..

19,339 W Jersey A Seashore RR...50
1,300 Westmoreland Coal
3,130 Westmoreland Corp.........




50

Preferred...
Tono-BeJmont

420 Victory Park Land
Impt.....

713

48%

90

18,750 Victory Insurance Co
16,505

38

99

45%

....

7% A

0% preferred
193,133 Seaboard Utilities Corp
87,086 Sentry Safety Control

mYM

30

Scott Paper

Aug. 26

97

Feb.

62
12

May 19

9

50

Oct.

10% Nov. 10
13% Nov. 10

10

Nov. 17

28

Feb.

13

4

13% Nov. 10

16% Mar. 23

32

34

June

4

Jan.

26

Cleveland Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

1931.

1930.

November

658,23serahS

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AQQREQATB

446,363

SALES.

In

Jan. 1.

•

1

;

1,200
15,000
148,000
4,600
3,000
6,000
32,950

1

1

ires

1936

Clere Ry 5a

1931

mm m

100

NOT Ac L 4a

"""91

86

50

mrnm-rn

30

mm m

m

101
758

mm

1,945
98

11,436
1,350

255

1,442
221

mmmmm

74
20

mmmmm

""50

1,480
5,533

283

rlnf Crane pref

m

276
150
32
170
245

7.962
8,477
3,045
2,301
4,748

5

562

200
100
996

10,461
984

85

1,315
27

3
70
77
240
950
50
90

100

""615
120

.....

*

5

100

......

100

33 X

lark Fred G

leveland & Buff Tran
leveland Auto

*

Mach...

1st preferred

*

leveland Cliff* Imn

nraf

170

1,390
105
75
20

67

A

100

2%
6

ii

—100
14
Sale
12
18
49 X

*

100

iton Axle Ac

Spring
(Wm) pref
Controller & Mfg.

Sale

%

7

Nov.16

734 Nov. 10

105

"SO"
Sale

"35""
26
2

60
7
36 X
30
6
mmmmm

55%
14% Sale
13 X

101

84%

86

4

6

65
8

90
12

1 1 On 1 1

!Iio

1

r

1

21
»

-

Sale
mm

96

pref. .106
...

26

100
19

3%

iff

i!M 2t*
7
Sale

102

3234 Nov. 16
7234 Nov. 9

% Nov. 12

50

Sale

17

101 % 104

m

37

mrnm

5%

28

30

21

27

3%

1

Nov. 19
Nov. 12

55
2 109

*

4

5
17

Mar. 19
Feb. 17

18

Jan.

15

July 28
May 12

12

11

12

Feb. 11
Mar. 10v
Jan. 29
Mar.
2

26

30
2

|49

Nov.

2

7

10*

20

50

3
50

70
4

6%

Mar.

4

9

6

July 30

234 June 10
4
234 June

Mar. 14
Feb. 24

234 Nov. 20
Nov.

6

5

234 Nov. 20
Nov. 6

3

24

....

Nov .25

Nov. 25

5

334 Nov. 19

334 Nov. 19

34J4 Nov. 30

39" Nov."i2

102

Nov. 27

10234 Nov. 28

5

5
3

Oct.

2

Mar.
Jan.

Apr.

1934 June 11
30
101

Oct.

6

19

9

Nov, 18
Nov 10
Nov

5

20

Nov. 10
Nov. 23

4

6
2
4

7

June

1134 Nov. 24

8

May 24

50

Oct.

68

Nov. 10

3

Nov. 18
Nov. 10
Nov.
4

70

Nov. 10

1134 Nov

24

55

50

Nov.

2

56

68

Nov. 10

68

234 Nov. 30
6634 Nov. 9

7

334 May

634

4

734 Nov. 13
29 34

"Nov." 16

3

6

6

May
8
Jan. 22
1

Apr.

37

Feb.

30
8

Jan.
Jan.

0
9

20

1734 June 11
Aug. 18

64
16

Mar.

5

1234 Sept. 18
434 Aug. 11

16 140

234 Nov. 30
50
May
5

Mar.

7

8734 Jan. 30
534 Mar. 11

13

854 Jan.

12
3

734 Nov. 13
40
May 13

Jan.

26

2

2434 Nov.

5

Sept. 23
1434 Oct. 21
5234 Oct. 31

Nov.

4

::::: "2m

Oct.

3

1534 Nov.
5234 Nov.

2

Nov

Sale

1854 Feb. 19

25

5234 Nov
7

Aug. 25

Mar. 27
Jan. 12

§6" ""Nov." 18

5

22

Oct.

Oct.

3

80

8134 June 26

70
15

75
16

1134

12

.....

60
75

.....

15
59

34

2834
4 34

29

28

15

534
34
20 34

18

1934

97%
12

2

3

Nov. 24

Nov. 24

1

Nov.

Nov.

16

Nov. 18

1134 Nov.

Jan.

IIP.

Mar. 12

45

Jan.

832

A
15
85
17
2

Oct.

29
5

10

Oct.

83

Nov. 27

8
1

Oct. 31
Nov. 24
June
2

75
75

4

Aug. 15
July 22

4

90
■I
.

15

Nov. 27

75

83

ft

10

34

634 Nov. 22
30
5

Sale'

Nov.

10

6

33

Nov. 14

5

34 Nov. 10

Nov. 4
Nov. 10
Nov. 14
X Nov. 10

2

Oct.
Oct.

5

1334 Feb. 10

7

60

Oct.

20

6

3

Nov.
Nov. 19

19
90

7

13J

Nov.

5

88

Nov. 27

1934 Nov.

9

17

Nov.

22
Feb. 14
23 X Feb. 11
8
9834 Apr.
94
Mar. 14
19
Jan. 12
4
Feb. 10
102
Jan. 27
9734 Jan. 13

4

17

19

7
2
4

26

88

2134
Sale

8654 Apr.

May
9 100
Mar.
Sept. 19 10334 Mar.

4

60

6434

10

8

1

15

74

2
90

9

83

Nov. 14
Nov. 19
Nov. 27

16

88

10

82

934

16

34

85

Sale
10

15

84
8

80

3

Jan.

Nov. 10
Oct. 15

16
26

Nov. 19
Oct.
2

9834 Jan.

Sept.

8

6

1534 Mar. 25
Feb.
Jan.

10
0

31
6
554 Feb. 19

35

...

4
2

Feb.

Nov. 25
Sept. 22

57
Sept.27
3434 Oct.
5
534 Jan.
5
30
Sept. 25

3434 Nov.

65
on

234

19

8134 Jan. 23
Sept. 29

45

Apr.

6

334 Nov, 27

75

2%

Jan.

6
Feb. 17
Apr.
2

4

Nov.

20A

l ty*
6434
234

3

17

15

Sale

mmmm

1

Jan.

Aug.

Jan.

25

-62"

'1634

Apr.

13

20

Jan.

30

4

8

30

8ct.
ct.

2

534

334

Jan.

27

3434 Nov.

30
27

28
21

55

10634

Oct.
Jan.

50

37

.....

Jan. 24
June 10
Jan.
7

1154 May 26

Sale

35

Nov. 12

25

1

10

.....

Apr. 21

15

3

Sale

21

14
16

Nov. 20
Nov.
6

Iff

3434

Feb.

Oct.

Jan.

Nov. 16

§*

634

Sept. 21

68

Jan.

Apr. 16

1

o

24

27

9

16

6

1234

26

Nov. 16

5

"3%

5

Oct.

1534 Nov«y 2

134

14%
52% Sale

34*

mrnm

3

Mar. 16
Feb.
6
Feb.
5

13

Oct.

55

4534 Nov. 20

17

if:

14

10

Oct.

Feb.

30
Nov. 19

55

10634 Nov.

16

15

100

_•

May
5
May 28

2
Sept. 3
334 Mar. 12

72

4534 Sale

10434 102

35

36

100

Mar. 25

9

Sept.

634 Oct.
7234 Feb.
19
Aug.
234 Aug.
63
May
1934 Feb.
5
May
10
Sept.
1
Apr.

34 Nov. 25

50

10

35

2

Nov. 27

68

40
35

107

o

9

8




74
Sale

%
15% Sale
5
BH

99

17 %

8

No par value.

60

50
49

2834 Nov.

11

49

35

103

54

mpany..

Nov. 30,

22

105% Sale

100

*

•

3234
7234

11

Sale

.*

Preferred

Feb.

June
May 13

K

82

421 Jordan Motor pref... ....100

205

13

98

734 Nov. 13

13

1,990 Kay nee

10

2%

♦

3,340 Kelly Island L 8k T

Jan.

85

34

ja

57

55

1

*
5,142 Harbauer
900 Harris Seybold Potter
155 Higbee 1st preferred.... TOO
2nd preferred
116
.100

7.889 India T At R
11,173 Interlake SS...
4,143 laeger Machine

Nov. 30

96

.100

.100

.

10

¥

22

100

Preferred
cum

92

May 2*
134 Oct. 19
634 Aug. 24

2

*

lwards

224 Korach 1
*

68

Sale

3%

...

134

3034

68 X

15

Dow Chemical

50

70

95

2,245 Halle Brothers..........

20

845

2

'234 "Nov ""2

7
Sale

37 X

65

1H

Preferred

10

2M
75%

IX

50

Certificates of deposit. .100

792 Hanna (MA) $7

5
Jan. 22
3834 Feb. 18
9834 May 19

20

"234 Nov."2

6

9834
2834 Sale

94

59

Preferred

Prices.

92

11234 Sale

...

m

30

1

8

7
35

10

25
7

*

183 Great Lakes Towing
.100
283 Great Lakes Tow pref... .100
5,180 Greif Bros Cooperage
625

Jan.

,60

13J4

6

....

4

*

...

370 Goodyear Tire Ac Rubber
190
Preferred

45

7

234 Nov. 13

65

15

82

2
4
3

...10

....

55

7

65^

50

Jty Ice Ac Fuel......
*
Pref
...........100

725 Goodrich(B F)........
110
Preferred

70

105

4

101*

...

»mm m

6H
....

18*

Cop pfd...100

*
475
2,598
'125
Preferred
1,258
.100
»
1,979 ieometrlc Stamping
1,166 Glidden prior pref
TOO
*
2,106 Godman H C_...........

,m mmmm

Feb.

5

....

50 *
3

1
90
102

*

....

■

540

13
75

.....

665
140

"205

234 Nov. 13

3!H

"2% "2%

5

31

100

2,388
ec
2,328
lamal Products
......*
2,285
lultless Rubber
*
sderal Knitting Mills......*
1,107
2,408 Ferry Cap Ac Set Screw
*
*
1,700
1,888 Firestone T 8c R 6% pref.. 100
*
3,118 Foote Burt
2,113

mmmmm

Aug.
4
June 29

334

415

mrnmmrn

'

2*
....

3X

"2* Sale"

Sale

10

797
370
1,364

mmrnrnrn

mrnmmrn

1

100

B

Preferred

Sale

90

8634

2%
35

7

27*

—*

....

hase Brass Ac

Highest.

Prices.

35

8%

233
93

mrnmmrn

mm'mm

97

8634

1.

00% Aug. 26 00% Aug. 26
Jan.
2
9954 Jan.
3 100
98
Sept. 14 10034 Mar. 10

85

5

191 Bulkley Bldg
preferred
340 Byers Machine A
240

m

m m rnmm

mm

10034

Sale

4

70

100

_

....

mm

Lowest.

270 Brown Fence Ac Wire A
pfd..*

m

mmmm

Sale Prices.

JAN.

SINCE

98

25

2

Highest.

Sale Prices.

45

2*

100

53
Preferred B...100
146 Bessemer Limestone..
..*
50 Bishop & Babcock
...50

mmmmm

RANGE

Sale

IX

3,715 Ape* Electric

mmmmm

mmmmm

96

„—

...*

Vay preferred

972
105

280

211,060

Lowest.

Ask.

$31,600
877,060

pot.

1,533 Allen Industries....!

_

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

67
98
92

97

620

mmmmm

Nov. 2.

Bid.

96

1933

Preferred.

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

'"434

Steel At Tubea Inc. debs 6&I943

STOCKS

g

mm mm

_

Cleveland Ry 5s
1933
Cleve S W RyAtLt GAcC5sl954
Lake ShoreElec Ry Gen5sl933

228

-

Ask.

100

1,459 Aetna Rubber........
•

_

City Ice Deliv Cin 6a

Shares.

25
m m

1931.

Sid.

1930.

$500

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

BONDS

S

•a"3 0 0

1931.

Price
Jan. 2

Since

November

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

Bond Sales.

November

69,858
676,432

Feb.

i

68

CLEVELAND

AGGREGATE SALES.
In
November

Jan. 1.

Shares.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares.

STOCKS

7,110
4,221
1,411

Nov. 2.

1931.
Par.

60

Lamson Sessions.

*

Bid.

Ask.

12 k

25

1,363

10
6

2,045
257

2,154

Medusa Portland Cement..*

468 Metro Paring Brick
*
167
Preferred...
.........100
15 Midland Steel Products....*
342 Miller Wholesale Drug .....*

9,519

Mohawk Rubber...........*
30
Preferred.............100
550 Morgan Lithograph........*
65 Murray Ohio Mfg...........*
6,471 Myers PEA Bros..........*
41
Preferred...
...100
........

9,758 Nations lAcme......
10
2,421 National Carbon pfd..l...100
6,557 National Refining....z...25
......

18

731

426

8,761

Preferred..

.......100

National Tile..
130 National Tool
50
270
Preferred., i............100
.......

75
110
63
877
10

85

9,434
3,432

Nestle Le Murclass "A**....*

Nineteen Hundred Corp ...*
166 North Amer Securities Co..*
14,788 Ohio Brass "IP**....,....;...*

837
Preferred.-........^...100
727 Ohio Seamless Tube „......*

3,556 Packard Electric
2,554 Packer Corporation

500

820
200

B 2d pf end

500 Paragon B 3rd

50

500
247

1,185

pay

.......

2,215 Peerless Motor..
.10
2,055 Reliance Mfg.
215 Republic Stmpg A En am.. .1*
36,703 Rlchman Bros
.... .......

592 Robblns A Myers rtc ser 1. .1*
Vtc series 2..........1. !.*
Preferred

70
26

18"

30
.....

1V*

2",360
493
5

50
25

c. ......... 25

41k

6k

65

4X5
150
650

iM
6
1

221

""20

7
5
30

216 Thompson Aeronautical....*
5,275 Thompson Products Inc....*
573 Trumbull-Cllffs preferred 100
4,570 Union Metal......
Van Dorn Iron.............*

Vlchek Tool..

*

Weinberger Drug......——*

Engineering

Preferred

*
100

587 West Res Ini Corp pr pfd.100

130

*
1,894 Wheeler Metal
985 White Motor......__....._50

50

Highest.
Sale Prices.

92

5k Nov. 30

31

90

30

Nov. 27

30

Nov. 27

12k

No"v,"I5

lk
21k
18k

10454

4k

Nov. 10

124
8k
100
3k

Nov. 10

lk
24

20

11k

Ilk
3

23
101
4

25

19

10
8

4

Nov. 13
Nov. 25

Nov. 12

25 k

1
22

lk

1

5k

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

lk Nov.

24k
55
Sale
2k
3
.

2

654

95

1
Nov. 27
18 k Nov. 17
95
Nov. 10

12 k

10
Sale

6

744 White Motor Sec pfd...
100
45 Wood Chemical Co.
_.....*

18

20

6

Nov.

35

7

Nov. 30

3

-

3

36

Sale

1
1

—...

lH

.....

11

40

14k

46
103

Sale
Sale

2k
LOlk
k
k
10
25

28
30
6

W.

28k

.....

108
14

3

k Nov. 12
Nov.

5

Nov. 10

.....

20

6

90

7k
2k
4k
9

75
49
—

90
.....

10
7

5
10k
10
83

Sale
8

Nov. 30

|

37k Nov.

Nov. 2
k Nov. 20
lk Nov. 2

4k Nov. 30

9

1

6

1

7

Nov. 2
Nov. 19

Preferred....

100

9

100

34* July 17

Feb. 14
Feb. 21
71
Nov. 10 107k Mar. 19
Nov. 27
Oct.
1

.....

k
10k

13
Mar. 19
15
Mar. 12
3 k Jan. 36
lkMay 8

9

"95k 166"

78

k Nov. 20

4k Sept. 21

"47"

Nov." 13
Nov.

6

31

6

1
30

Nov.

loo"
10)

Nov.

Nov. 16
Nov. 16

9k May

28k

.....

7

2k
4
10
.....

20
.....

90
10

7k
5k
14
10
80

8k Nov. 16

10

Nov. 13

"6 k "Nov."28

10
3
5
11

Nov. 4
Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov. 14

2k Nov. 14
5

9

Nov. 16

Nov. 10
Nov.28

"55"" 155""

91

Nov. 13
Nov. 13

75" ? Nov." 13
49

Nov.

2

45

8
June
Nov. 13
Nov. 13

May 12

5

Nov. 16

93

Nov. 20

90

Oct.

14

30

Sept. 11
8
21k Oct.
84
Sept. 8
9

8k

IIIII "78""

Jan.
5
Mar. 26

20 k Feb. 18

76k Feb. 27
3
Jan.
6
2k Jan. 29
7 k Jan. 30
10 k May
7
50
May 15
Feb. 17
AS** Jan. 14
90

2

Mar. 7
Jan* 15
Jan. 22

July

8

Mar. 17

28

Feb.

9

9

Apr.

4

28k Mar. 17
25

Feb. 24

5k Feb.

Feb. 24
8k
7 17 k
7
Oct.
90 k July 25 104
6 k Nov. 28 34k
eS k
2
Sept. 21
10
4
Oct. 21
1
8
Oct.

9k Oct.
-.—

4
26

8

7

45

--V

k Nov. 16

10 k
7
25
25

10
75

48k
8

—-

8k Nov. 16

Nov. 25

8

k Nov. 12
28k Feb. 26

68k
Sept. 24 109
4
July 16
Aug. 15 102k

Jan. 13
May 16
Feb. 24
4k Mar. 5

10

4

8
6

Feb. 28

104

25
.....

2

lk Nov.

9

-----

100

1
June
4
k Nov. 12
L6k Nov. 27
2 k Sept. 28
19k Apr. 22
20
June 23
28
Nov. 30
1
May 27

2

k Nov.
10k Nov.

5

20

Oct. 23
Sept. 11

6
18
Sept. 15
19k Nov. 30

166""

Jan.

July 28

5

"

k
..--I

14
Mar, 25
Jan.'' ' 5
Jan. 29
Feb. 14
Jan.

Sept. 26

21
1
16
95
14

12

39k Nov.
101k Sale 101k Nov.
2k

6
31

Nov. 13

1

Nov. 14

"§9k Sale"

July 13
Jan.

8
3
25
3

Oct.

Aug,
7
Sept, 23
7H

15"" "Nov,"28 "13"

10k

Mar. 26

22k Jan. 29

Nov.25 135

Nov.

64 Youngstown Sheet A Tube.*

3.046

Oct,

100
2

May 11
June 22
Apr. 18

10k Mar.

3 138

lk Nov.

40

9k

4

9k
103

35

_

20

—-

Nov. 10

28

4k Sale

5

30

100 k 100 k
30
33
4
7
8
9
17
17
90
"65" 75
25

18

3

Sale
1

4k

8

10

10k

28

Sale

11

"25""

k Nov. 12
16 k Nov. 27

-III "24k IIIII "24k

""lk ""lk
15

5

Nov.

115
7

6

16k Sale
lk
3

Ik Sale

9

3k Oct.

4

Nov. 23

23

16 k Nov.
95
Nov.

16 k Sale

7

,

2

3k Jan. 30

lk

'WH "20k

23
104

1

'"'k """k
24

May

8

13

6k
5k

Nov.

3

'P
23

,

25
3
6
Nov. 28 45
July 13 104

5

4k

k

June
4
6
7k Oct.
15
June 26
Oct. 26

Feb. 28

Feb. 13
Jan. 13
Jan.
8
27k Mar. 24
Mar. 9
105
6
7k Oct.
Mar. 12
19
Mar. 19
8
96

47
70

22 k May 23
Oct. 20
2

Nov.

95

10 H

"2 k Nov.lo

Nov. 28

5k

19

lk Nov. 16

2
20
10

3k

Aug. 21
12k Nov. 10

100

Nov. 28
23
Nov. 4 101

4k

30

30

"12k N"ov."I6

12k

20

Nov. 30
June 24
Oct. 28

6k Nov. 24

-

34
20

2

5
8

Sale

"B" preferred.......... II*

Wellman

lk
.....

5

5

mm- —

2,856 Standard Textile
"A" preferred.......... -I*
768

255

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

123

....

AH

64

Highest.

132k 118
119k Nov.
7
Nov.
8k
8k 10
119
100
Nov.
110
5
3k
3k Nov.

20H

115
7

22

24k

......

*
825 Smallwood Stone.......
288 Standard OU of Ohio pref. 100

1,423
5,164
2,997
65

1.

Sale Prices.

90

10

3k

....

132 k 138

20)4
132

Sale

101

_

1.045 Stouffer Corp "A" w w... II*
Without warrants......
375
50 Swartwout......... _.......*
16

.....

.....

103 k

5k
23,371 Seiberling Rubber....... _•
5k
35
1,512
Preferred.............. 100
*
4,819 Selby Shoe..............
ilk 12
225
90
Preferred.............. 100
.25
22,781 Sherwin-Williams
62k Sale
Preferred.
100 105k
6,400

488

£

.....

5

5

36H

15k
90

20
2

mm~m +

""480

JAN.

Lowest.

Ask.

II"" "14"" iiiii "14""

21
8
45

5

30

.....

end... %

7,233 Patterson-Sargent........ .A

1.065
3,549

SINCE

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.
6
8
92
34
30

...........

.

4,146

65"
25

100k

10)4
2H

..*

100 Paragon* B" endorsed.....

1,130

—...

"45""

*

..

Bid.
6

28

299 Loewa Ohio TheatreslstpflOO
McKec A G"B"

RANGE

Price about
Jan. 2

Since

510

STOC X EXCHANGE

4

Nov. 16
Feb. 24
Feb. 10
Mar. 16
Mar. 5
Mar. 3
Jan. 28
June

8

88

Apr.

4

70
10

Mar. 12

Apr, 22
23k Feb. 11
Jan. 13
104
10
July
6
July 23
Jan. 27

io!h

BANKS*

139

57 H Sale
5,906 Central-United Nat Bk—..20
10 Cleveland Savings A Loan 10o 150
Sale
2,554 Cleveland Trust.........100 322
350
100 324
1,234 Guardian Trust

31k

35

35

35

Nov.

4

35k Nov. 14

.....

""""2

......

6 Lorain Street Sav A Loan.100
...100
260 Midland (Ind)...

"""35

2"632

230 National City..
41,323 Union Trust..

•No par value.




100
25

365
.....

72

270
825
74

mil 255"* IIIII 225""
245
-...350
—

.....

200
270

36 k Sale

218

Nov.25

2i8"""Nov.'25

——243
350
._—

—

—

36

199

270
Sale

l55""~Nov."l2 195"" "Nov." i2
"35" ""Nov." "4 "39" ""Nov." "7

35
150
255
280
350

150
310
34

Oct.
July
Sept.
Aug.
Sept.
Nov.
Apr.
Oct.

63

Feb. 24

150
325
330
350

July 10
Jan.

Feb.

Sept.

8
16

9

275
327

Jan.

Jan.

13
6

75

Jan.

9

Detroit Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON/DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AGGREGATE

Jan.

In

Since

Jan. I.

Shares.

Shares.

STOCKS

"""166
250

""750
280

2,245
10,348
•

2,515
3,057
4,155
5,252
14,180
64,775
125.656

—

"3", 138
29,895

"690
198

850
755
800
174
mm

"
«•

mm

mm

mm

3,138
310,535
1,450
7,110
17,055
3,755

*
•

Class B

2.

Auto Fan 8c. Bearing com
Baldwin Rubber class A

*
•

Bower Roller Bearing

1*

...»

|8

A*

Sale

7X

14
IX
9

1

8X

Sale

11

*

common

6

5

^

—

^

H

IX
8
9X
10 X Sale

2X Nov. 30

Nov.

1

7X Nov. 19
Nov. 28

10

Nov. 16

8

6X Nov.

4,265

"l",025

m

mm

m.

m.

65
mm mm mm

10 X Sale

'mm

-

mm

—

1,000
125

1,614
1,560

.....

8X Sale
5

128

3

Class A

pref

....*

....

375 Detroit Mich Store Co..

...10

Detroit Motor Bus
Detroit

Paper Products..... *

Detroit Steel Prod

3X
4X

4X
2

IX Nov. 16
9X Nov. 9
1254 Nov. 9

16,038 Ford Motor of Canada cl A..*

:::::

X\x

3X

2X Sale
1
IX
20
3

:::::

4

4X

10X

3X
4
2X Sale

11

10

Sale

13X Sale

Convertible

Sale

20%

preferred

Sale

*

Graham-Paige Motor com..*

2X

3

3X

Grand Rap Metal Craft.....*

IX
80c

3

Sale
ix
4

Sale

95

125

70

12,532
mmmmmm

mm

m

mm

mm

m

mm

54,709 (Iall Lamp com
......*
3,284 Hoover Steel Ball com.....10
3,728 Hoskins Mfg com..
_.....*
5,437 Houdallle-Herahey class A..*
196,880
100

—

'2,783

Class B

»

200 Howell Electric class A.....*

mm

200

._..*
16,696 Hudson Motor Car..
..*
61,123 Hu tto Engineering com

650

681 Kalamazoo Stove com......*

810
mm

mm'm.

mm

128

310
mm mm mm mm

465
mm mm, m mm mm

513

"

1,865

130

34,078
17,058

mm

200

1,485
870

297
600

254 Nov.
1

10

Nov. 28
Nov.
5

15

3

3

8X
Sale

1

Wheel

15c

10X

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

12

«»

log
IX

5

20 X
Sale

2

200 Odin Cigar Co common
370 Outboard Motors class A
150

*

2X Nov. 20

iOX Sale

24 X

X
2

mm

mm

1114 Nov.
454 Nov.

7
6

3

Nov.

2

10X Nov. 30

1654 Nov.

9

2054 Nov.

4

4

31
11

Nov.

3

17 X

2

Nov.

Nov. 27

354 Nov. 10
454 Nov. 2

4

29 X

30

Nov. 19

30

14X
3X Sale

13

Nov. 20

131

354 Nov. 27

41

10X

10

-----

IX
9X

15

22X
IX Sale

15**

12X
17X

21

11c

14c

40c

6X
30

3X
4X

354

12X

11X Sale
75c
10
81
IX Sale

9

Sale

5

19X

Nov.
9
Nov. 20
Nov. 19
Nov. 27
Nov.

9

1054 Nov.
6
54 Nov. 20

1354 Nov. 9
54 Nov. 20

Nov. 18

20
Sale

23X

3X
7X Sale

com

2

15

19 X

IX

Sale

o

24 H

.....

12

211
H
7

Nov.

2

Nov. 12

10

13X

15X

8
19c

1354 Nov.

14c

Nov.

22c

5

19

16c"

Nov. 17

7

5

20
Sale

Nov. 14

5

23

Sale

23

Nov.
2
Nov. 28

8

Nov. 21

7

as

7'X Sale

254 Nov. 24
654 Nov. 2

554 Nov. 20
30

Nov.

9

854 Nov. 18
3

Nov. 11

854 Nov.

7

3X

2X

24X

24

Preferred..

(Frederick)

5

Nov.
Nov.

3

Nov. 18

28

254 Nov.

7
9

Co..*

Feb.

254 Nov. 20
June 24

6

954 Oct.
Jan.

27

1954 Sept. 30
14
Sept. 2
2
Sept.19
22

Oct.
Oct.

5
15

254 Oct. 20
154 Nov. 2
54 Sept. 10
2054 Jan. 27
254 Sept. 21
45* Oct.
2
28

Oct.

1254 Jan. 26
254 Oct.
2
1054 Jan./13
654 Feb. 17
8
Oct.
5
54 Oct. 16
Nov. 18

154 Oct.

24

Oct.

12

Oct.

29
9

1954 Sept. 29
1
Sept. 21
4

Oct.

2

Feb.
2
854 Sept. 30
1754 Sept. 30
7
Sept. 24
6c
June 24
3lc Aug. 5
6
Sept.24
June
2
3]
Oct.
1
15?
8
1

Nov. 21
June

554 Oct.

2

5

Apr. 13

Mar. 21
254 Oct.
2
2454 Oct. 22
54 Sept. 29

8X

10

Sale

#
4*

5

Sale

Sale

20

X Sale

Sale

45

Sale

8X

14

Sale

2
21

Sale

ug
4X

654 Nov. 12
2354 Nov. 9
Nov.

9

54 Nov.

4

52

54 Nov.

Sale"
10

mix

454 Nov. 28
2054 Nov. 30
4154 Nov. 22

TjH
H CO

Nov.

2

4

Nov.

2

-

454 Nov.

7

354 Sept. 22

2
6

1

Nov.

9

Oct.

16

Nov. 16

Nov.

4

254 Nov.

2

12

10

3
24

4

26

15

24

19

....

....

....

10
5
24

1814

Nov. 24

Nov. 24

Nov. 27

Nov. 27

7

654 May
3

6
Mar. 24

J9

Feb. 25
29
Mar. 10
Mar. 19
Mar. 10
Jan. 13
Feb. 17
Mar. 21

12 X Jan.

354
2554
354
12
1854
2954

18

Feb.

35e

Jan.

35
13

Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
Mar.
Nov.
Aug.
Mar.
Apr.

2

Jan. 30
3654 Mar. 21
10
Sept. 15

754
4654
854
5

1854
23
48

16
21
25
23
10
18
17
10
13

Mar. 21

554 Aug. 11
28

Nov.

9

54 Sept. 29
6

FeD. 26

Feb. 17
Feb. 21
Jan. 28
Mar. 26
Apr. 22
Jan. 12
Apr. 13
Jan. 27

1054 Feb. 11

13
90

13

6

1754 Feb. 28

3

Apr.

Jan.

20c
25

2

2
4
Nov. 24
254 Oct.
2
14
Oct. 23

Feb.
3
Feb. 25
Mar. 12

Jan. 21
Aug. 20
354 Feb.
7

18

Oct.

4

Jan.

22

27

454 June
80

....

18

July

Mar. 21
Mar. 19
Feb. 25

Sept. 28
Nov.
4
June 16

9

8X

7X

Feb. 21

Feb.

5

2

3

454
4854
554
1354

Oct.

Nov.

7
12
7
10
27

32

354
1154
1
31H
Oct.
5 10854
1054
Apr. 22
10?
6
54 Oct. 27
2
Oct.
6
1354
8
754 Apr. 11
3 54 Oct.

18
38

29
2

30

May 20

29

54 Nov.
1354 Nov.

®

Sale

10X

4

4

4

2H 'T

Oct.

Apr.
June
Nov.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Aug.
Mar.

24
4
2954
25
6054 Feb. 16

,

2

Sale
Sal)

254
1154
1154
10
754
1554
754

27

3

...100

8c

Jan.

23

25

Mar. 18

554 Mar. 10

5

20c

12

254 May
9
654 May 21
4

27

Nov. 23
Nov. 13

15c

Feb. 2
Feb. 1
Mar. 23

5

Nov. 28

9

X

8X
29

1754 Mar. 23
954 Jan. 15

Aug. 27
154 June 12
854 Nov. 27
254 Oct.
1
4
Sept. 1
3
Oct. 21

2

5

Nov. 23

12

1954 Nov. 28
154 Nov. 2
554 Nov. 24

July

2

101

6

9
9
6
Feb. 26
2354 July 22
1854 Apr. 25

Oct.

48
9

2354

...*

3,745 Square D class A
•
Class B._
•
6,968
5,794 Standard Steel Spring......*

Oct.

Feb.

Nov.
Mar.

Nov. 24

Nov. 18
Nov. 30

9

154 Nov. 17

9

40c

2

12X Sale

4]

8

5
12

8

15c" "20c

*

44,149 Reo Motor com...........10
12,805 River Raisin Paper com....*
....10
9,388 Scotten Dillon com
7,575 Second Nat Investors com..*
Preferred
1,577

31

4

Nov. 16
Nov. 10

Nov. 16

154 Nov.

9

Nov.

2354 Nov. 30
54 Nov. 27

*

._.*

27

6

6

22

30c

Preferred...............10




Sale
IX
3

2X

*

2,363 Peerless Cement common...*
24,000 Pittsburgh Forgings com...*
450 Pt Huron Sulphite Ac Paper.*

No par value

5

*

Class B

224,086 Packard Motor Co com
115,794 Parke Davis Ac Co
62,334 Parker Rust Proof com

Automatic

Nov. 20

Nov.

23

17

._.*

com

3

3

4

*

com

8X Nov. 27

2

Nov. 24
Nov. 30

4

3X

55c

30

10

Motor Bankers Corp com

425 Stearns
•

Nov. 19

6

...........10

.705 National Steel Co

210
25

10

Motor Products Corp com...*

5,881 Silent

174

com...

754 Oct.
3

1554
2554
654
454

254 May
9
4
Sept. 22
June 11
21
l\ Sept. 25

8

mm

177 Muskegon Piston Ring com.*
g National Baking pref....100
1
18,200 National Investors com

20

------

1X
12

mm

5

23,039 Muller Bakeries class A com.*
.*
175,482 Murray Corp common..

mm

"""175

Preferred

150 Motor

mm mm m mm mm

mm

Mesta Machine common

130 Miles Detroit Theatre

195

15,918
7,041
1,456

•

954 Sept.29

8

Nov. 23

Nov. 24

10

10

85c
27
2
11

14

3X Sale

11

150 Mich Steel Tube Prod com..*

150

23,452

Mahon (R O conv pref

39,891 Michigan Sugar

m.

1,830

...*

com

Convertible preferred.

600 Marquette Oil Co com v t c.10
•
23,589 McAleer Mfg com

19,641

Sale
10

17 X

1,679

43

....

20 X

mmmmw

"2" 366

*

9

Nov. 28
Oct.
5
Aug. 28
Oct.
2
June 22

Mar. 27

2254 Mar. 25

3

1

1

3X
3X
4% Sale
30X

Sale

12

"454

*

■

mm

8

38

27,140 Kresge (S S) Co com
...10
*
2,269 Lakey Foundry Ac Mach

2,560

mm mm mm

2,950

Kermath Mfg Co com

900 Kirsch Co

mm

100

520

~
mm mm mm

3,633

1254
1154
554
54

6

Feb.

354 Nov. 23

13

*

Class B

Nov. 23

3

2

Sale

126 Gt Lakes Engineering com.10

4,380

17

754 Oct.

1
3

June
Jan.

254 Feb. 24
1454 Mar. 3
554 Feb.
3

6 L90
3
Feb. 13

39
35 X

Nov.

854 Sept. 21

25

._*

common

1

2

554 Jan.
6
3

112

2054 Nov.

22 X

Oct.

Apr. 30
54 Sept. 23
654 Nov.
1

Nov. 19

3

Gen Fdy 8c Machine units
General Parts

9
5
2

954 Nov. 21
354 Nov. 25

129 X Nov. 27 135

*2A

15

23

•

General Motors com

8 X Nov. 30
3
Nov.
5

154 Nov.
1554 Nov.
1054 Nov.

Sale

2

2X

4

Sale

2

Nov. 24

954 Nov. 16

2X

8X

7

IX Nov.
10

15J4 Nov.
9
1854 Nov. 12

1!*

Class B__
*
874
4,151 Fourth Nat Investors com..*

2,185
303,752
62,537
111,609
11,526
18,474

2

Sale Price*.

3

-2"

28

513 Dolphin Paint Ac Varnish A.*
Class B
»
1,100
2,704 Eaton Spring & Axle com..*
*
170,275 Ex-Cello Aircraft Ac Tool
..*
7,103 Federal Mogul common
21,621 Federal Motor Truck com...*
24,187 Federal Screw Works com...*

.

J*

._*

com

7X
3

5

.*

650 Geramer Mfg Co class A
—

10

3

100

com

Forging A com
*
Gray Iron Fdy com.*
100 Detroit Majestic cl B com...*

mm

34"617

17

Sale

13

265 Foote Burt common...._...*

"2",943

Nov. 28

310 Detroit

100
—

X Nov. 28

14

X Sale
Sale
5X
1%
1H

5

3,382

»»

"~2X

Copeland Products Inc.....*

12

14 X

150 Detroit

—

2>04

5X
IX Sale

Consolidated Paper com... 10

*

Sale

16

Sale

SH

300

mm

Nov. 30

5

1*
8

IX

120
130X 135
1
2%

28,158
1,174

M,

16 X

H* Sale
A*
8

211

mm

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Sale

12

*

Continental Motors com..

1.

Highest.

Sale Prices.
2
Oct. 28

Prices.

8

Chrysler Corp common.....*

1,863 Detroit Edison

mm

1,666

Burroughs Adding Mach

JAN.

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

Sale Prices.

Sale

I I.

3

13 X

*

Class B

26,463 Delsel Wemmer Gilbert com 10
16,715 Detroit Ac Clerel Nar com.. 10

640

mm

Ask

2

15" *35"

210

mm

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.
2

3

Crowley-Milner Ac Co com..*

■

m

Ask

5X Sale

com

Alloy Steel class A

Briggs Mfg Co

Nov.

1931.

100 Brown Fence 8c Wire cl B_„

•

SINCE

2

Bid.

Par

300 Allen Industries
'

RANGE

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
November

1930.

324,682
4,875,637

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

DETROIT

SALES.

1931.

236,898
3,444,201

:

Shares

November

Jan.
Jan.

5
28

654 Feb. 27
53

Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb.

10

16
11
32

Feb.
Jan.

6

Mar.

24

Jan.

6
8

8

70

DETROIT

AGGREGATE BALES,

Jan. 1.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

STOCKS

Shares.
350 Stlnson

Shares.

350

1931.
Par.

Aircraft

Bid.

183

Preferred....

125 Union
•6

170

Ask.

10

Investment

9%

Sale

"~4%

com.. 10

Highest.

Prices

SINCE

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

JAN.

1.

Nov. 20

4

Nov. 20

5 % Oct.

20%

90

70

1%
Sale

9

5%
1% Sale
10%

H
8%

15

4

IK Nov,

5

Nov. 14

10

com v t C-*

26

6

Feb. 20

11% Feb. 20
Feb. 14
Feb. 24

103
5

15% Oct. 30
80c. Apr. 23
20% Jan.
2

Jan.

2

Feb.

14

65

Jan.

12

7

June 26

Feb.

14

Sept.

2

2 % Feb.

4

9

17% Feb. 28
19% Sept. 1

Oct.

1

24

Oct.

1

3% Mar. 12

7% Mar. 16

8% Mar. 24

9% Oct.
17% Sept.
15

%

Nov."

4

IK Nov. 13

1

June 12

IK Sept.25
5

60c? J* d?

..............

Prices
Nov. 20

7% May

1

8%

J* :?h

4

2

5% Nov. 18
1% Nov. 17
10 % Nov. 14

2

'"§% "15""

*

26

Sale

20
65
Nov.

4

16
Sale

.....

Oct.

4
Apr. 21
15% Oct. 30
80c
Apr. 23

16

12
1

24

1% Sale

5

■

IK
10%
16%

1.K
16

22

85

70

6

17
13

16% Oct.
3% Sept. 21

5 K Nov. 10

Sale"
4

13
133

Nov. 28

4

Highest.

Sale Prices.
4
Nov. 20

::::: is"

16 K

510 Whitman Ac Barnes Inc com *
200 Winters Crampton Mfg cl B.*

84,771 Yosemlte Holding
Warrants.
1,100

Sale

~6~

"Ik "Ik "4% "4K

*

392 Wolverine Portl Cem
155 Wolverine Tube com

3%

90

com....*

Preferred..

1,967 Walker Ac Co units...
176,733 Warner Aircraft Corp com..*

80
2,075

Lowest.

10

...100

...

225 Vortex Cup Co common.....*

14,380

Ask. Bid.

4

13,183 Universal Cooler class A
*
Class B
63,032
.....*
43,862 Universal Product com
*

1,152
4,443

Bid.

"i%

100 United Shirt Distributor*..*
110 U S Radiator com..
7
Preferred.
..100

•

Nov. 30.

Nov. 2.

Ask

com

2,155 Sutherland Paper com
..10
790 Third Nat Investors com....*
54,432 Timken Axle com...
..10

W3".705

RANGE

Price
Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

Sin a

November

EXCHANGE

DETROIT

8TOOK
In

STOOK

1

Nov. 28
Nov.
5

Nov. 28

5

IK Nov. 14

1

5

Nov. 28
Oct. 21

50c.

Apr. 22

Feb.

5

June 12

2

3% Feb.
Apr.
3% Mar.
75c. Apr.

24
24

90% Jan.
59% Jan.

24
30

12

13

15

BANKS.

123,507 Detroit Bankers
........20
20
165,117 Guardian Detroit.....

12,698
10,242
*

No par value,

o

Sold for cash,

x

82 %

Sale

53

Sale

Ex-dividends,

y

Sale

Sale

41

Sale

433
233

21% Sale

39 K Nov. 23
19 % Nov. 23

Nov. 10
26% Nov.
9

46

38% Oct.
6
19% Nov. 23

Ex-rights.

^>merrr.

Baltimore Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

November-

AGGREGATE

468,717

SALES.

November

Jan. 1.
$

500

2",006

800

1,900

2,300

1,200

3,800
13,000

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS—

500 5s Water Loan

3,000
3,000
1,000
16,000
3,000
2,000
1,300
22,600
5,000
64,900
40,600
6,200
5,000
5,500
35,800
4,100
1,000
1,000
5,300
43,200
2,000
1,000
8,500
71,000
2,000
16,500
1,000

1,914,100

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

BONDS

Price
Jan. 2
1931.

Bid.

Nov.

Ask.

Bid.

2.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

sewer

sewer

„

100

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

106 % Nov. 19 106 % Nov. 19

Nov. 23

100% Jan. 17 100% Jan. 17
98% Nov. 23 106% Sept.17
101
Feb.
3 101
Feb.
3

io6% ::::

98% Nov. 23

—

101

1961

1961

4s sewerage impt........ 1961
4s burnt district........I960
4s O B...
I960
4s conduit
..........1958
4s water loan
..1958
4s engine house
1957
4s Airport (cpn)
1957
4s second sewer (Cpn) ...1956
4s park loan
1955
4s annex impt...
1954
4s 3rd P Ac B
1953
4s 2d sr P & B (Cpn)
1952
4s annex impt
........1951
4s paving loan..........1951
4s 2nd Water
1951
4s second water serial
1950
48 O B (cpn)
1950
...

100

Bale

99%

99% Nov. 17
98% Nov. 5

Sale

99% Nov. 17
99% Nov. 2

160"" IIII!

Hood

98

100

100

100

Nov. 28

99% Nov. 19

99

Nov. 10

99% Nov. 16

...

...

98%

-

.....

98% Sale

'99% "Nov ."14
98% Nov. 30

100

Nov. 16

99% Nov. 23

300

4s
4s
4s
4s
4s
4s

200

3,000

si",666

2.000

4",000
x

8,800
1,000
1,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
3,000
3,000
1,000
19,000
38,000
29,500

Cash sale.




Nov.""4

"99% Nov.""3

99% Nov.

99%

4

No"v.""3

1946

106% Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
May

99%

Nov. 14 105

Oct.

8 103
Oct.
10 100% Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

10 103
6

Sept. 15
Feb.

Oct.

10

102% Oct.

6

103

3 101

Nov. 10

99

Nov. 10 103

Sept. 8 101
Sept. 23 104

101

99

8
10

2
2 104% July
4 104
Sept. 23
Oct. 14 102% Apr. 24
102
104
Sept. 25 104
Sept. 25
99% Nov. 3 99% Nov. 3
7 102% Apr. 17
102% Oct.
104
Sept. 23 104
Sept.23

101
104

Nov. 10

ll

104% July
99% Nov.

102% Aug. 26
Sept. 16 104

99

Sept*.

98% Nov. 30 106% Aug. 17
104% Sept. 23 104% Sept. 23o
June
6
101% Mar. 5 105

101

1937

17
21
19
18
20

16 101
Feb.
5
6 105% Sept. 23

103

«•

...

4s School
1937
4s 2d School
—1937
4s second sewer..
1937
3%s new sewer
1980
3%* Four Million
1945
3%s public Improvement. 1940
3% s
1940
3%s Funding
1936
Annap Dairy Pr 6% w w.1943
Arnold Cypress Co 6%s..l939
Arnold Lumber Co 6%s..l937
Atlantic Coast Line Co
Augusta Ry Ac Elec 5s....1940
Balto At Harrlsb RR 5s
1936
West'n Exten 1st 5S...1938
Bait Spar Pt At Ches 4%s.l953
Bait Trac N Bait Div 5s..1942
Belvedere Hotel 1st 5%..1932

Feb.
3
3 101
14 106% Sept. 17
24

101

•*

6

19

Aug. 21
102% Apr. 10 105% Sept. 23
105
Aug. 26
Aug 26 105
6
100% Jan. 15 102% Oct.
Feb. 18 105
101
Aug, 13
99
Nov. 10 106% Aug. 20
101
Feb. 24 102% Apr. 22
6 105
102% Oct.

102%
—

Feb.

Nov. 28 106

103

1945
1945
O B (coupon)
1941
second series P Ac B
1941
3d P & B_..._
1941
School Loan
1939
second school loan ...1938

3d P & B (cpn)

800 4s Harbor

1,000
3,000
8,000
52,800

99%

101% Mar.

21 106
28 106%
5 106%
Feb.
7 105%

100% Jan.

4s School loan
...1947
4s 2nd P & B (coupon) ..1947
4s 3rd P & B (coupon) —1947
4s 2d Sewer (cpn)
1946

6

19 101

98

103

1948
3,800 4s 2nd Sewer (coupon)...1948

4s 2nd School
4s Howard St ext....

Feb.

100% Jan.
99% Oct.
106
Sept.
99% Oct.
98% Nov.
101

100 48 second water serial.. .1949

7,000
1,000
1,000
7,000
3,000
3,000
4,000
2,000
5,000
1,000
1,500
1,600

Feb.

100% Oct.
102% Oct.

1,000 4s second school loan

3,000

1.

Highest,

101

1962
1962
1961

1961

JAN.

Sale Prices.

101% Mar.

1962

4s O B
4s P & B (coupon)...
4s Jones Falls....
4s dock loan
4s P & B (coupon)
4s school

SINCE

Lowest.

1964
1962

4s conduit

<

Sale Prices.

1974

4s second
4s

RANGE

$674,500
5,792,000

106% Nov. 19 106% Nov. 19

1948

48 second

1930.

$76,800

j.

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

BALTIMORE

STOCK EXCHANGE
Since

In

1931.

November

52,974
631,630

17,073

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Bond Sales.

1930.

1931.

,

...Shares

Oct.

Sept. 15

Feb.
Aug.
Sept.
July
Sept.
Sept.

3

26
23
18
8
23

1 101

Oct.

101

6
8

Apr. 22
Apr. 22

101% Mar.

3 101% Mar.

Feb.
87% Jan.

88

100% Nov. 21 100% Nov. 21

'SI*

100% Nov. 21 101% Mar.
3 100% Oct.
100% Oct.

1

3
3
3

101% Feb. 28 101% Feb. 17
Aug. 18
104% Nov. 27 104% Nov. 27 104% Nov. 27 105
94

Mar.
94
Mar.
94
3 100% Jan.
Oct.
1 103
Sept.
Feb.
3 100 % Feb.
June 26 101% June
Oct. 24
51% Jan.

Mar. 27

92
May
100% Jan.

102
100

30
100

.....

30% Nov. 20

100

99% Nov.

4

"30%

Nov. 20

99% Nov.

4

101
30

75
May
99% Nov.

2

27
5
3

14
3

26
26
Sept. 12
2 85
4 100% Sept.
4

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BALTIMORE
AGGREGATE

BONDS

Ask

$
72,000 Benescb(I)fc Son* conv6s 1939
5,500 Carolina Fiber Co
3,000 Central Ry consol 5s
3,000 Century Parkway Corp 6sl956

Ask

Bid.

Bid.

Nov. 12

85

2

70

4,000

5.000
1,000
27,000
21,500
86,000
3,000
6,000
17,000
5,000
53,000
730,000
297,000
747.300
210,700
234,000
II,000
1,000

T666

3,000

4,000
13,000

Olustee Timber Co 6s

85

Oct.

27

May 13
Oct. 19

95
97

Jan. 27
May 13

79

Sept.

101

101%

10034 Apr. 18 10034- Apr.
Nov. 18 10634 July
7 10634 June
Oct. 20 10734 May
100
9734 June 24 10234 Sept.
10534 Sept. 9 10534 Sept.
10534 May 11 10534 May
70
July
70
July 23
70
9
Apr.
55
May
81
May 25 8534 Aug.

100

Nov. 27

Feb.

11*
90

Feb.

19
10

Jan

14

9

80

Nov.

9334 Feo. 25
101% Mar. 11

95

Jan.

90
80

Nov.

Nov.

80

9

75

75

Jan.

6

80

80

June

3

89

Apr. 18

24
99
8
Sept. 8 5634
10134 Jan. 15 10134
Feb. 21
68
65
24

30

3334 Nov.

7

101

99>4 Nov.

Nov. 12

99

3

19% Sale
37
38 X
50
Sale

1936
..1949

Nov.

Nov. 17

12

Nov. 17

30

Sale
10

30

22

.1941

30

4

Nov.

4

.75

Sale

30

Sale

28%

Sale

Sale

.75 Nov.

2

50c

9

26

68

235 Baltimore Brick pref
10

4% Nov.

Nov. 27

3

Sale

3

Sale

50
3

9

5%

403 Baltimore Tube com......100

30

Preferred

50 Benesch (I) 8c Sons common..

2%

3

..

3 %

165 Berliner-Joyce Aircraft Corp

15

11

Black 8c Decker common....1

:::

Preferred

7,109
4,591

Ches 8c Pot Tel of Bait

116% Sale

pf..I00

it*

116% Sale

18

115% Nov. 20 116% Nov. 30

112

9%

492

6H%

280

Preferred
105
400 Davison Chemical

"358

1,919
2,178

114

Series

8

'io

03 % 103 X
lX
. . 'i.

72

Sale

111

Sale

107

Sale

Sale

107

101% Sale

70
110
107
101

101%

*

"5"

4%

oW A*
Sale

JX

a

4

W

iV*
25

24

Sale

Aug. 19

Ill

June 12

Oct.
Oct.

July

24

Oct.

24

Nov. 30

20

20

100

100

Sale

100

2 100

Nov.

Nov.

2

6

Nov. 19

5%

Sale

34%

Sale

...

6

Nov. 20

26

5% Nov. 20

34% Nov. 21

34% Nov. 21

Preferred (new)...........

24

637 Humphreys Mfg Co pref.....
68 John E Hurst
1,584 Mfrs Finance common v t—25

Sale

80

.....

83

24
80

2

Nov.

24

Nov.

Nov. 12

80

Nov. 12

Sale

1

Nov. 30

1

Nov. 30

7

1

Nov. 25

7

Nov. 25

30

11

Sale

Nov. 19

Nov. 19

Sale
27

Sept. 23
Jan.

20

39% May 19
18
Sept. 17
100
Sept. 22
Mar. 4
Sept. 16
5% Oct.
2
5% Sept. 16
6
Sept. 16

7
9

16%
Nov.

1st preferred
.......25
1,999
2d preferred....
.....25
4,312
33,855 Maryland Cas Co
....
4,577 Maryland Tr Co.............
5 May Oil Burner.............
186 Mercantile Trust

June

3

3

5 Guilford Realty Co........

36

Feb. 26

113!

6

18 Home Credit Co pref......
434 Houston Oil pref v t c
100

10
25
205

100!

1

Preferred

3,550

Oct.

Jan.

98

'

200
12

25% July 21
25
July 11
91
Sept. 10
30
Sept. 22
May 19
24!

105% Oco.

39

44%
Sale

Common class B vot tr...
First Nat Bank w 1

94

30

24

11

Nov.

4

11

Nov.

4

34

Sept. 22

22% Feb. 26
20
Aug. 24
68
Jan.
9
15
Jan. 23
23% May 20
80
Sept. 25
1
Sept.21
6
Sept. 17
45- Jan. 16
9* Sept. 21
26
35

26

30 %

Sept.
Feb.

108% Aug.
6
Apr.
8
Apr.
17% Apr.
12
Feb.
32% Jan.
40
Jan.
45
Jan.
32
Feb.
165
Mar.
10% Mar.
10% June
10
May
6% Mar.
7% Mar.
50
Feb.
22% Feb.
20
Aug.
69% Jan.

3,890

Merch 8c Miners Transp

*

20
1

Sale

27 Merchants Mort Ac Credit..
Monon W Penn P S pref
25

12

20

Nov. 13
Nov. 2

20
1

Nov. 13
Nov.
2

25

13,119

140 Morris Plan Bank of Bait....

20

5,212

t.-lOO

r

59

Preferred

23 National Marine Bank
515 Nat'l Sash Weight pref

2,135
25

21,711
1,387

"Ho

.—

common

4% Nov. 23

4

33

33

...

20% Sale

Penna Water 8c Power.—..*

22% Nov. 10

58% Sale

54% Sale

63

6H%

95%

preferred...

17
16

7,081

Silica

Gel

"37

5,379 United Rys Ac Electric.....50
10
100,055 U S Fidelity Ac Guar
Walton 8c Co pref.........

150 Wash Bait 8c Annapolis

50

3,767 Western Md Dairy Inc pref *
Prior preferred
104
...50
20
1,501 Western National Bank
•

Ne par

value




32% Sept. 23
60
Sept. 23
30% Aug. 22
19
Sept. 21

73

Nov. 23

73
20

Nov. 23

May

2

54

Nov. 16

56% Nov. 10

47

Oct.

5

Mar.

2

95

Oct.

5

90

Sept. 30
June 18

12

Oct.

5

5
15
52

«?.
§So
93 X

15
5

10

Apr.
1
Sept. 22
Sept. 14

10

Sale

40

40

Nov. 14

40

Nov. 14

Sale

11

11

Nov.

2

11

Nov.

11

Sale

2

8

Apr. 11
June 29
May 27
Sept. 9
Mar. 19

6
40
8

120 Sou Bankers Sec Corp pref.

5

23% Sept. 19
11 H Aug. 31
4% Nov. 23
5
June 20

Nov. 23

common

958 Standard Gas Equip pref...
598 Standard Gas Equip common
748 Un Porto Rican Sugar com..*
Preferred................*
460
.....50
6,252 Union Trust Co

Mar. 18

73

30 Schoeneman (J) Inc 1st pf_.
225 Second So Bankers com....,
100 Sharpe & Dohme
....

40
1

10% Sept. 21
96
Jan. 19
25c
June
9
.

94%

94%

'94%

94

Jan.

25

24% Aug.
4
87
May
1
4% Feb. 20
15
Mar. 2
9
Apr.
9
24

20% Nov.

95

26
24
29

Feb.

17% Sept. 22
1

6

14
27

Feb.

Sale

Common.................

Feb.

18
1

Jan.

75
...20

Roland Park Homeland Co.—

14
15
24
21
17

41

21

53

17

36
32

17

Sale

......

16
13
21

4

70

33

Central...........

120 Park Bank

6,030

....

...

New Amsterdam Casualty...

Northern

4% Nov. 23

5
5

100

Mort Bond 8c Title w I

424 Mt Vernon-Woodb M

1,324

13

Aug. 31 417% Mar.

380

30

19

21

16

.......

4

Mar.

110

1% Nov. 18
6
Nov. 10
4% Nov.

1

1434 Aug.

Oct.

Nov. 24
Nov. 30

„

61

77
Nov.
9
Nov. 21
Nov. 2 111% Nov. 27
Nov.
2
Nov. 2 107
Nov. 28
Nov. 3 102

*

B

Jan.

Oct.

1% Nov. 18
6
Nov. 10

.

50

Finance Service com A....10

37
346

8,535

91
Sale
Sale

31

4,966 Fidelity 8c Deposit
3,013 Finance Co of Amer A...

35

Oct.

10

Emerson Bromo Selt* A w 1

370

09

Jan.

Oct.

15

common

Eastern Rolling Mill........*

1,330

85
110

r,

65

23% June 26
70
111

—

4,245 Fidelity Ac Guar Fire Corp. 10

54

16

Nov. 30

23

150 Empire 38th St Corp pref.100
206 Equitable Trust Co
25
111

Nov. 10

21

100

1st preferred..

19,406 Consol Gas E L 8c Power....*
6% preferred ser D
100
1,126
5%% pref w 1 ser E
100
1,053
4,062
5% preferred
......100
100
4,245 Consolidation Coal

20

23

Nov. 30

Convertible A

427 Commercial Credit N O pf_.

619

20
21

Sale
Sale

Nov. 28

20

25

Feb.

1 % June 30
Oct. 31
Jan. 27
Sept. 8 42
9
Sept. 19 115% Feb.
Feb. 10
Sept. 25 60
4
Sept.21 32% Feb.
7% Feb.
2
June 11
Sept. 30 37% Jan. 20
2% June 12
June 12
4
Apr. 30
Feb. 20
15
Feb. 24
Sept. 21
Sept. 14 24% Feb. 20
Feb.
2 118% Mar. 4
22
Mar.
2
Oct.

60

20
21

25

Preferred B

3%

4% Nov. 10

4% Nov. 10

560 Commercial Credit........
Preferred

z

44

Mar. 11

29% Nov.

.50 Nov. 21
26% Nov. 30

%
26% Sale

828 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)...50

14

Oct.

94

West Penn Traction 5s..1960

38 %

*

Aug.

21

10

10

Baltimore Trust Co

Apr.
5034 Feb.

31

30
12

Md Trust certifs 5s

1,767

£'

67

Sept. 2
Aug. 31
7
534 Oct.
12
Sept. 19
30
Sept. 22
10
Sept. 19

40

30

"41% "44"

1949

87,485

149
40

«

Apr.

Sept.

STOCKS.

'175

Nov.

31 100

8 10134 July £
1 101
Aug. ?
July
Jan. 1
Jan.
79
7
79
9534 Feb. 9
May 11
8534
Nov. 12 102
May z
99
Jan. 0
8634 May 15 88

89

Un Porto Rican Sug 6%s_1937
United Ry 8c El 1st 4s
1949

410

i

Jan.

&

3,925

74

Jan.

94

1^

Jan.

88
3
93
Apr. 17
Nov. 20 101

99

4,820 Appalachian Corp...........
35,962 Arundel Corporation.......*

901
91

10334 Mar.

Aug.

Nov. 20

Nov. 20 101

101

1j
July lj

4

Mar.

90

101

'

Jan.

93
July
9334
3334 Nov.

80

96

„

Mar.

July 18
8834 Mar. 6
3334 Nov. 7

7

80

....

93

Feb.

.Tan.

103

88

Toichester Beach 6s.......

15,445

3

93

3334 Nov.

2,270
2,072

25

Feb.

95
30

w.1932
Standard Gas Equip 6 H* 1932

703

9

70

79

wh ::::

Silica Gel Corp 6H*w

1st 6s

Nov.

2
Mar. 11
Mar. 11

Sale

95

Sandura Co Inc 1st 6s...1940

Wash Bait 8c Annap 5s

Jan.

80

9

Roland Park Homeland 5%s_

5s

5

18
28
9
11
23
11
18

10
14

9734 Feb.

92

Safe Harbor Wat Pow 4%s

Funding

18
30

27 101

Feb.

98

97

-1940

Income 4s

3

10134 Nov.

82

82

4

Mar. id
Mar. 10 101
Oct. 29 11834 Feb. 20

Nov. 18

Nov. 18 100
10134 Nov. 7 102

100

100

...

Prudential Ref 614s w w.1943

Shares.

Shares.

10

Jan.

72

1935

Penn Wat & Power 5s

Jan.

95

Nov.

101

1999
4,000
9,000 Ches & Potomac Tel of Va 6«
5,000 Commercial Credit 6%-.1934
1954
21,000 Consol Gas Gen
First 5s
1939
12,000
23,000 Consol G E L 8c P 4%S—1935
4%s
1981
13,000
Series A 4%s
—1969
1,000
Ref 1st 5s
1965
1,000
..1934
4,000 Consol Coal ref 4%s.
1931
3,000 Elk Horn Corp 6 V$s
1938
6,000 Fair & Clarksb Tr 5s
1934
37.000 Finance Co of Am 6%s
3,000 Georgia Marble 6s.......1950
3,000 Ga Sou & Florida 5s.....1945
I,000 Jamison Cold Stor 6%s-_1937
1939
4,000 King sport Press 6 %%
5,000 KnoxTille Traction 1st 5s 1938
1943
19,000 Lake Roland 1st 5s..
13,000 l«rd Bait Hotel gen 614%
Macon Dublin 8c SaT 5s._1947
1,000
1931
25,000 Md Electric Ry 1st 5s
1st 8c ref 6%s series A..1957
41,000
1,000 Maryland Lat'l & Post Rd L n
1948
22,000 Maryland Mtge 5%s
1,000 Merchants Terminal 4%s 1948
33,000 Monon Vail Trac 1st 5s. .1942
1944
4,000 Nat Food Prod conv 6s
8,000 Norfolk Street Ry 5s.....1944
..1940
43,000 North Are Market 6s

1,000

Highest.

97

85

85

75

Charleston Cons Ry Gas
8c Electric 5s

2,000
4,000

1.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Ask.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

2.

Nov.

1031.
Bid.

Par.

$
3,000

SINCE JAN.

Price about
Jan. 2

Since
Jan. 1.

In

November

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

BALTIMORE
STOCK EXCHANGE

BALES.

71

STOCK EXCHANGE

6

54% Jan.
5
32
Sept. 22

4

33% Jan.
I

6
Mar. 18

25% Apr. 14
11% Aug. 26
7% Jan. 12
7% Mar. 2
61% Apr. 18
60
Sept. 23
34% Mar. 19
36% Feb. 24
90
May 18
22% May
9
70
Feb. 29
17
96
90

20

Mar. 2
Sept. 25
Sept 30
Jan. 30

5% Oct.
7
40

10

8

Jan.
7
June 29
Mar. 14

Apr. 15
13% Jan.
V
June
4
Jan. 13
Jan. 20

23

20
62
6
37

Feb.

20

2
27
99% May 23

97% Mar
1

Jan.

55
38

Jan.
Jan.

3
13

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MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

'J1--

"•

./

■

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
-Stock Sales.

1930.

November

Shares

Since Jan. 2—

AGGREGATE

SALES

SAN

1931...

-732,272
13,681,650

455,532
9,029,795

November

Jan. 1.

BONDS

1931.

«

$

3.000
17,000

2,000

"2",000
"3",500
21,500

3,000

Bid.

40,000 Assoc Oil Co 4%——
1935
83,000 Atlas Imp Diesel Eng 6%. 1935
1,000 Balfour Bldg 6%
1945
4,000 Calif Gas & Elec Corp 5% 1933
22,000
5%
1937
25,000 Calif Ore Pow Co 6%
1942
250,000 Calif-Pack Corp 5%
1940
1,000 City Electric Co 5s
1937
27,000 Coast Cos G & E Co 5%..1960
603,500 Emp Capwell Corp 5M%.1942
7,000 Food Mach'y Corp ser A 6%*38
8,000
Series B 6%
1938
14,000 Great Western Pow Co 5% *46
1,000 Insur Exch Bldg 6% 1931-1944
2,000 Los Ang G & E Corp 5%.1939
23,000
6%
1942
10,500
534%
1947
2,000
5*%
1943
8,500 Los Ang GA E Corp 5* % 1949
1,000 L A Ry Co (of Calif) 5%—1938
1,000
7%
1940
16,000 Market St Ry 7%
1940
6,000 Merc Amer Realty Co 5% -1951
185,500 Miller A Lux 6%
1945
81,500
7%
1935
55,000 No Amer Invest Corp 58—1947
17,000 Orph Theatre A Rlty 6% .1946

Nov. 2.

Ask.

107 *

Bid.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

Lowest.

Highest.

15,566
3,000
2,000
5,000

1,000
1,000
3,000

71666
1,000

1,000

3",66O

Prices.
9
Apr. 16
May 8
June 12
Sept.18
Feb.
9
Jan.
3
Sept. 24
July 31
Aug. 14

Feb.

"98"

Sale

Nov. 24
Jan. 16
Nov. 23

73*~No"v."23 "75" "Nov." 16

Sept. 24
102

"boh

55

50

56 X

Sale

50

50

Nov.
7 102
Nov.
7
Nov. 30
52)4 Nov. 17

1.

Mar.

28

May
101* Nov. 24 101*4 Nov. 24
160

Oct. 30
Nov. 30
June 27

Feb. 21

Aug. 11
2

June 16

July

9

July

Feb.

20

Feb.

Oct.

107)4 Nov. 10 107*4 Nov. 10

Julyj# 0

Feb.

99* 100

17

May 11

9
20

Apr. 28

::::: "66"
90
88

70
38

—.

70

75" i"i
—

96

89

59)4 Nov." "§
39*4 Nov. 23
80

75

Nov. 13

65

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

65

18

102

Nov.
7 102
Nov. 7
100)4 Nov. 17 100)4 Nov. 12
104)4 Nov. 5 104)4 Nov. 5

102*4
90*
101)4

101*4
Sale

.

——101
75

ill"

90 * Nov 27
90)4 Nov."27
102*4 Nov. 18 102 k Nov. 18

—

—

107

80
....

103

75
105
Sale

80

109)4
98)4

77

Nov. 12

77

98*"N"o"V."30

1
6

Nov. 12

100*4

"Nov." "7

4

Nov.

9
Nov. 23

Jan.
Jan.

16
22
Mar. 24

May 28
90)4 Sept. 3
102)4 Oct. 27

Apr.
1
Aug. 20
July 25
Sept. 8
Sept. 18
Aug. 18
Aug.
6

102

Oct.
9
102*4 Nov. 8
110)4 Feb. 11
9 >* bov.27
8
103*4 Oct.
6
106)4 Jan.
1
97)4 Oct.
74

June 20

Sept.

June 23

Jan.

114*4 Jan. 16
98)4 Nov. 30
73*4 Apr. 14

7 103*4 Nov.

7

3
10

May 2
Sept. 8
Apr. 14
Feb.

99*4 Feb.
103*4 Nov.

Sale

2

Apr. 13
Mar. 26

Nov. 10

24
10
28

95

-

Oct.

Mar.

Apr.

67
40
80

Nov. 10
Nov. 28

Sept.11
May 21

Oct.
1
Nov. 13

Nov. 13

June

5

May 21
89

2

Oct.

89

Mar. 18

June

10,000 Pacific Electric Ry 5%—1942
39,000 Pacific Gas A Elec 5%—.1942
14,000
5%
1955
56,000
534%
1952
32,500
4%
1941
31,000 Pacific Public Serv 5s——1936
22,000 Pacific T A T Co 5%
1937
18,000
5%
1952
150,000 Paraffine Cos, Inc, 5%-.1935 100
Ry Equip A Realty Co,
88,500
Ltd, 6%
1938
84
6,000 San Joaquin Lt A Pow 4% .'52
52,000
5%
1957
1,000 Shell Union Oil Corp5%. 1949
1,000 So Pac Co Ore Lines 4)4% '77
2,000 Southern Pacific Co 4)4 % '69
40,000 Union OH Co of Calif 6% .1942
49,000
*%
1945
92*

94*4 May
101* May
78)4 Oct.

3

May
Mar.

1

Mar.

*

.

STOCKS

Shares

Par.

4,847
6

90
85

50,212 Alaska Juneau G M (cap)
10
89 Alaska Packers Assn cap.-100 150
200
215 Anglo Calif Trust Co cap. 100 360
500
1,926 Anglo A Lon Paris N Bk—100 171X 180
500 armour A Co A...

"41050

--..25

32,145 Associated Ins Fund Inc

10

"3* ""4*

W
115)4

14)4

14

14*

"11415
305

1,910
3,289
520
225

1,740
805

200
.147

12,134
30

31,918
892

45
528

21,928
1,660
29,469
75,855
4,090
3,868
726

Atlas Imp Diesel A——
Bank of Calif N A

*

—.100

Bond A Share Co, Ltd

*

Brron Jackson Co
—*
Calamba Sugar Estate.com 20
7% preferred...
..20
Calaveras Cement Co com
*

15
Preferred.
100
11,528 Calif Copper Corp.
10
9,747 Calif Cotton Mills Co
100
6,703 California Ink Co Inc A.

1,265
160,583
762
631,775
17,677

Calif-Ore Power Co 7% pf.100
Calif Packing Corp
•
—

6H
205

OH
6

13 X

IX
Sale

14*
15
80

4)4
17

5*
20

108
44

Sale

28 X

90
Sale

14?<

18

98*4 Sale
19)4
20)4
400

1,039

154,217
15,072

440

5,840

100

11,665
3,539
20.807
14,145
3,144

585

1,710

282

1,502
100

1,662

1,722
11.808
1,000
85,075
20

'"820
200
225

14,362
7,745
1,676
1,436

Common v t c..........
*
Preferred A
*
Preferred B
•
Douglas Aircraft Co capital.*
El Dorado Oil Works capital *
Emporium-Capwell Corp——*
Fageol Motors Co com...—10
Preferred.............
10

Fireman's Fund Ind Co cap 10
Fireman's Fund Ins Go
25
First Nat Corp of Portland.*
Food Mach'y Corp com
Preferred series A—
100
Foster A Kiel ser
10
Galland Merc'l Laundry Co.*
General Paint Corp A—.—.*
»
♦
...

Golden State Milk Prod Co. 25

5,859
680
300

24,317 Golden State Co Ltd capital*
2,490 Haiku Pineapple Ltd com.20
1,445
Voting preferred—......25

•No par value,

x Option Sale.




5

BH

Oct.

Nov.

Sale

135

138* 138* Nov. 19 140

1*4
2)4

...

4

Sale
180

4

5

""I" Sale
3

175

4*
Sale

4*

4*4

12*

14*

l* 2ii
12*

Nov.

7 280

15*

"I

Nov.27

3* Nov. 27
170

Nov.

3

4* Nov. 13
in
Nov. 24
9

13

Nov. 27
Nov. 23

.....

*
1*
20
105
12

75

Sale
1*4
22*
110
Sale

*
1*

14

97*
15*
250

2*4

105

107

10* Sale

3

Sale

15

15

16

Sale

Nov.

13

13

14**
BH
1*

21
7
IX

11)1

11*

10* Nov. 25

4*

1*

2*

17

Sale

3

13

Nov.
Nov.

7
3

11* Nov. 2
5* Nov. 10

58*

59

BOX Sale
15* •m'.
12
10*

19

—

17

—

Nov. 25
54* Nov. 27
15* Nov. 27
11* Nov. 25

20

Nov.

3

59* Nov. 9
15* Nov. 27
12* Nov. 4

90

3

1*

29

27*

2*
31*

5*
2

17

2

28

Nov. 14

Nov.

5

2* Nov. 25

*

8* Sale

7k

8*

7*4 Nov. 25
* Nov. 24

5

8* Nov. 2
2* Nov. 10

8

5

8

3
—

8*

Nov. 23

Nov.

4

Jan.

12

52

94

Feb. 10
Apr. 14

52

Feb.

Oct.

22

12
12
12
20
13
24
1* Jan.
3
3
Feb.
7

30
26
36

June 22

Oct. 16
Oct.
5
Nov. 25
Oct.
1
Jan.
2

7* Nov. 20
* Nov. 24
5
Nov. 23

Mar. 3
Jan. 10

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
15
Feb.
10* Mar.

54* Nov. 27
15* Oct. 16
11
Sept. 30
1*
26*
2*
1*

17
Feb. 20

May 14

6*
54*
53*
23*

Nov. 25

11

08*

20

* Aug. 22

80

1* Nov. 6
27* Nov. 20
2* Nov. 25

11*4 Sale
0
18

4

16

Sept. 30 111* Sept. 14

Nov. 30

4

1

17

16

2
Nov. 27
15
Oct. 26
15* Oct. 31
10* Oct.
5
10* June
2

^

22

2*

June 16

7* Feb. 18
70
Mar. 23
* Jan. 20
7* Feb. 10
27
Mar. 10

22*
5 102*
94* Nov.
14* Oct. 16 23*
Oct. 26 350
250

*

90

lH

Nov.

Nov. 30

20

2

21

1*

4

16

Oct.
Feb.
V

Nov. 27
Nov.
5
Oct.
1
Oct.
5

5

6

Nov.
3
Nov. 12
Nov. 19

Mar. 23

May 25

9

Nov.

18* Nov.

2*4 Nov. 13
20* Nov. 6

2
Nov. 27
Nov.
2
16* Nov. 2

28

105

15

19

30

Nov. 13

99

19*

l2~" ~I§ "

1

18

3

16*

23 H

2

2

94* Nov. 25
15* Nov. 14

17

25

6

4

13* Nov.

5

Sale

9*

13

Nov.

72

Nov.

Sale
13*4
Sale
5*

4

Oct.

* Nov.
2

10* Nov. 27
13* Nov. 28
15

99*
93*
95
15
16*
16*
350
260
320

11

11

22* Nov.

Nov. 13 105

16*

....

Nov. 24

72

74
14

2

2

3

105

Sale

2*

Nov.

1* Nov.
22* Nov.

*
24

17
12*

OX Sept. 11
15

350

4* Apr.

46

5

14

70

2

20

78

16*

11* Apr. 28

'Aug. 14
138* Nov.
179* Jan. 10
3* Jan. 17
4* Jan.
0
Oct.
5
2*~Nov.~ 5
2*
May 19
21
June 24
21
June 24
4* Nov. 9
2* Sept. 21
10* Apr.
8
180
Nov. 13 170
Oct. 30 250
Jan. 13
4* Nov. 17
3* Oct.
10* Feb. 27
Oct.
2* Nov. 12
7* Feb. 10
9
Nov. 27
16
10* Nvo. 17
Jan. 21

65

44

4)4
25*

-

3

43
43

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

~

2*

170

Crown Zellerbach Corp—

5,585

115

280

140

12

Calif Water Serv Co pref—100

Caterpillar Tractor Co—.
Clorox Chem Co A
—*
819 Cat Co G A ECo6% 1st pf.100
21,872 Consol Chem Ihd class A pf *
187 Crocker 1st Nat Bk of S F.100

8X
250

13* Nov. 27 16* Nov. 14
115* Nov.
~ 115* Nov. 3
280

320

40
280

105

280

20 Associated Oil Co capital—25

v

JAN.

Highest.

Oct.

166*4

-

21666

SINCE

Prices.
Oct. 21

-

1,000

$179,000
2,098,000

Lowest.

Sale Prices.
Sale Prices.
102 X 102
Nov.
3 102
Nov. 3
35
Nov. 10
38
Nov. 25

"77

94*

RANGE

Ask.

10dH

"80

1930.

$97,000
2,124,500

---------

JPRICES IN NOVEMBER.

Price
Jan. 2

Since

1931.

—

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

FRANCISCO

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Bond Sales.

November-

90

Apr. 10
Feb.
9
Jan;
8
Feb. 20

85* July
2
7* Jan. 20
39* Feb. 21
11

3

Feb.
5
Feb. 10

22* Mar 20
15* June 22
9

Mar.

21* Apr.

6

4

73

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE
In

SALES.

November.
"hares.

2,505
4,765
16,281
2,530
35,507
1,867

145

1,319
290

980

370
160
mmm

m

—

—

"150
m

m

m

mm

mm

m

Mr

m

m

95
—

—

314
825

160

29,805
100

8,767
1,518
1,051
1,320
7,149
3,811
2,020
1,748
11,577
4,043
1,455
548,085
15,269

mmmmmm

mmmm

m

mm

m

,

838
40
mmm mmm

4,644

'mm.mmmm
m

m

30,753
2,841
9,228
7,230
905

24

28

14

...10

Corp.

Sale

Packing Co cl A.*
Hutchinson Sugar Plant..15
Investors Assn (The) capital *

1.

5
4

.....

8

B

Lelghton Indus Inc clA
Class B

ser

iH
l

1)4

I *
*

v t c.

6*

Leslie-Calif Salt Co

Corp 4% pf 100
*
.*
*

Sale

101

8

65

L A Gas & Rlec

Lyons-Magnus A
Magna vox Co Ltd
Magnln 8c Co (I) com

....

4

3,030 Pacific Finance Corp com. 10
419,349 Pacific G Be B Co com......25
73,176
5H% preferred..........25
127,380
4% 1st pfd_.
..25
105,267 Pacific Ltg Corp common...*
8,929
$4 pref
.*

5

H

Sale
9

ih"
70

~~2%

4

Sale
Sale

18

Sale

47 H

25

6

Sale
14)4

13

26)4
52 H
101

1X

Sale

25 )4

3

3

6
15

Sale

7

Nov. 23

22

27

34

Nov. 25

634 Nov. 23
35)4 Nov. 24

Nov. 27

12

22

Nov. 27

22

13

14)4

14

2

39)4 Nov. 25

Nov.

40

Nov. 27

6)4

5

4)4
134

O

4)4 Nov. 6
H Nov. 24

.....

4)4

1

Feb.

9

9

Nov. 27

Jan.

22

Nov. 27

unJan.

Nov.
5
Nov. 17

16

40

May 26

2834 Jan.

6
2
6

35

6)4 Nov.
4)4 Nov.

5
6

Nov.

6

3

10

Nov. 24

Nov. 24

10

3

4)4
Nov. 19
3
Nov. 19
5)4
1)4
6
7 )4 Nov.
8)4
7)4 Nov. 13
99
Nov.
101)4 Nov. 2
100)4 100
4 H Nov.
4)4 Nov. 20
Sale
1
134 Nov. 9
J4 Nov.
8
Nov.
8
Nov. 12
634
8)4
70
Nov. 25
70
Nov.
63)4
2
Nov.
2)4 Sale
2)4 Nov. 18
3

3534 Sale
24 % Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

26

Sale

4

Sale
.....

98

4234 Sale
Sale

6

6k

}40H
iff J
36

23)4
26

Sale

24)4
Sale

4134 Sale
94)4 Sale

9

12

June

5

Nov. 27

„

4

Nov.

2

Nov.

2

Nov.
3
Nov. 10

5

15

20

6

Nov.

2

12)4 Nov. 14
734 Nov. 12
2)4 Nov. 4

34)4
23)4
2534
40)4
9334

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

28
27
20
27
27

7)4 Nov.

9

Nov.
6
8)4 Nov. 7
234 Nov. 12

13

40)4 Nov. 9
Nov. 10
Nov. 9
Nov. 9
Nov. 9

25)4
26)4
47)4
99)4

Jan.
7
15)4 Feb. 17

52

4)4 Sept. 22
1)4 Nov. 24

Jan.

27

Feb.

19

Oct.

6

8)4 Oct.

6

Mar. 20
Mar. 25
8)4 Mar. 6
9
Apr.
7

3

Oct.

9

Feb.
Aug.
Oct.
Sept.
4)4 Nov.
34 Oct.
7)4 Sept.

2)4
)4
534
99)4

70

6
25
Mar. 31
Mar.
2
15
30 111)4 July 30
20
6)4 Feb. 13
Mar. 28
5
Feb. 27
29

i!H

Nov. 25

94

1)4 Oct.
3
11
Aug. 22

8

Jan.

20

Apr.

70
16

21

15

June

33

6

8
11

Feb. 27

634 Nov. 23

Nov.
6
Nov. 27

16

19)4 Sale
5
12

Highest.
Sale Prices.

70

15

27

Lowest.

Sale Price.

15

Sale

Sale

9

Highest.
Sale Prices.

9

36

21

23

634

3434
934

11

9

*

Lowest.

4

Jantzen Knitting Mills com *

Langendorf Un Bak Inc A.

5

Ask

35)4

3734
5H
4)4

BO

Hunt Bro

2,841 Occidental Insur Co cap.
10
13,390 Oliver United Filters Inc A..*
B
•
16,690
1,332 Paahau Sugar Plantation. 15

600

rnrnmm

Oil

Honolulu Plantation Co

34
Sale

...

211
300

#

.....

Home F Be M Ins Co of Cal.10

Honolulu

9

7H

2!»

Pineapple Ltd..20

2,443 N a torn as Co capital
2,092 No Amer Invest Corp com.100
1,040
BH% preferred........100
1,444
4% preferred
......100
91,500 No Amer Oil Cons
10

_

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

Ask. Bid.

„-*

Hale Bros Stores lac

Hawaiian C Be 8 Co Ltd
Hawaiian

1.

Nov.
Bid

Par.

270 Market St Ry prior pref
100
542 Merc Amer Rlty Co 4% pf.100

•

m

<*

695
Preferred 6%
100
8,315 Merchant Cal MachCocom 10

20

670
m

2
1931.

STOCKS

Shares.

350
75

RANGE

Price

Jan.

Jan. 1.

3,654

,

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

SAN FRANCISCO
8TOCK EXCHANGE

Since

Jan.

2

4

Oct.

15
16

Oct.
Oct.

20

June 17

15

6
2

Mar. 28

21

42~

Mar.

17

7834 Jan.
83)4 Jan.

12)4 Nov.
7
Sept.
1)4 Oct.
334 Oct.
1134 Apr.
2934 Oct.
23)4 Nov.
25

89)4 Mar.
25

4)4 Apr. 29

12)1

Feb.

3

7
2
13

22)4 Mar. 25
3
25
28
23
5434 Mar. 10

28

Mar.
Feb.

J*

Jan.
Jan.

27)4 July 30
29)4 July 23
6834 Mar. 2C
10534 Mar. 25

Oct.

35)4 Oct.
9334 Nov.

Feb. 25

.

Pacific Public Service Co-

"2"751
6,110
584
126

2,871
931
270

232,543
89,517
89,166
11,323
3,630
55,117
2,495
4,681

Class A

common

*

....

5,580

77

356

142

1,276
260

'mmrnmmm

1,225
1,107
1,460

,
'

First preferred
Pacific T Be T Co

com

100

4% preferred
...100
Parafflne Cos, Inc. The.
*

Phillips Petroleum Co cap'l.*
Pig'n Whistle Corp pref....*

Series 1

Series 2........
Convertible preferred..
»

81,805
7% preferred
25
5,830 Roos Bros Inc common.....*
412

30

440 Sierra Pac Elec Co 4% pf..l00

110
375
,

13,219
rnmmmmm

660

1,772
799
143
255

39,237

3,692
3,767
16,588
4,538
11,204
506,119

m

rnmm

2,090
163,539
•»

mmmmrn

mmrnmmm

7,918
15,822
1,310
50
m

m m

m

5,197

9,115
264,377

550

2,948

Nov. 28 121

7
_

7 34

Sale

2

2934
6
1

25

Assoc Oil

com

4% preferred

*

100

.....

25

West Amer Fin Co

30
634
134

6

Nov.

Nov.
3334 Nov.
834 Nov.

29)4 Nov.
Nov.

2

134 Nov.

Nov.

6

10H
5h
6)1
16

114H
100)1
4)4
37

12
Sale

"9

8H
16)4

9

8)4

7)4 Sale
7)4

9
Sale

Sale

102)4

100

103

5H
40

13

Sale

5

Sale

2

31
44

*

47)4 Sale
23)4 Sale

34)4

50

45
5

6)4
7
60

62

10
Sale
Sale

12
6)4
Sale
51
8

4)4 Sale
28

Sale

4

Sale

14

1434
1534

1

Nov.

Nov.

4

Nov.

4

109)4 Nov.
Sale
Nov.
98)4 101)4 99

113

Nov.

3

100

Nov.

6

10

9)4 Nov.
34 Nov.
34 Nov.
4

109 )4

1
12

2)4
15

134 Nov. 24
12)4 Nov. 20

134 Nov. 24
Nov.
2
5)4 Nov.
5

13

4

Nov. 25

Sale

20

Nov. 30

30

85

4)4
29

20

Sale
Sale

1134

6

Sept. 30
Nov.

6

7

5

Oct.

Sept. 14

8

Feb.

3

7

Jan.

8

8)4 Nov. 19

5

79

Nov. 16

79

Nov. 30
Nov. 16

1234

12)4
31)4
11)4
1034
5)4
30)4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1434
49)4
12)4
1034
6)4
3634

5

34 Oct. 27
34 Nov. 30
4

Nov.

4

3334 Sale
11)4 Sale
9
1034
6

7

31

Sale

45

99

134 Nov. 24
12)4 Nov. 20
3)4 Oct.
1
25
Sept. 21
Nov. 30

79

Nov. 16

28

29)4
3)4 Sale

14

15)4 Sale

200

Sale

2

Sale

1)4

234

Jan.

Jp

Jan.
Jan.

14
5
27
7

7

Aug. 11
Aug. 13

5
Apr.
34)4 Feb.
10)4 Feb.
55
July
56)4 Sept.
9334 June

10
2

13
2
17
19

1634 Nov.
17)4 Nov.
134 Nov.

Feb. 20
Feb. 11
18
2434 Feb. 13
26 H Feb. 13
Mar. 26

2

1)4 Nov. 10

200

Jan.

Jan.

14)4 Nov. 28
15)4 Nov. 27
16

195

10

12)4 Apr.
634 Jan,

6
5
9
5
20

4)4 Nov.

Nov.

434 Nov.
35

oig

Nov.

11"

Nov.

21
98

Apr.

Nov.
Nov. 25 200
Nov. 2
2)4 Nov.

275

Jan.

Nov.

4

16

102

102

Jan.

3)4 Nov. 27

3)4 Nov. 27
28

17)4

14)4 Sale

20

20)4 Aug. 19
100)4 Mar. 20
1534 July 28
1334 Mar. 4
10)4 Feb. 17
51)4 Feb. 13
25 H Feb. 14
50)4 Sept. 2
734 Apr. 28
Feb. 27
Jan.
9
Aug. 20

8

4

29

Jan.

Mar.

Nov. 17 114

50

5

334

27
28
30
18
13
28

5

15

£§*
22

50
June 22
83.
109)4 Nov. 30 131

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

434

11* ilH

8% pf. .10

6

28)4

40"" "50""

5

Nov.

10

)4 Nov.

3)4

112

16

4

Nov. 25

9

Nov.

5

Sale

34
2)4
4834

1)4

6

10
Sale

Feb.

l

12)4 Nov.

11)4 Nov.

Nov.

9

1

115

Sale

11)4 Sale

9

7

8H Sale

90

18 34 June
2 28
3)4 Oct.
5 11)4
10)4 Sep^. 29 21
5 131)4
9934 Oct.

Apr. 13
Apr. 10
6
Afar. 18
9 107
Oct.
I 133
July 10
29
Oct.
1
10
5034 Mar. 9
5
June
2
9
15)4 Feb. 13
2
9
134 Nov. 10
Jan.
2
7

5
14

11
6

...*

57 Weill Be Co (Raph) pref... 100
1,899 Wells Fargo BkBcUnTrCo.100

600

Nov. 27 115

115

"14"

200,830 Union OI1 of Calif
25
8,155 Union Sugar Co common..25
903
7% preferred
....25

5,207

105

Sale

11)4
1034

132,352 Union OH Assoc

210

Sale

116

17
50
60
50

B

952,208 Transamerlca Corp capital..*
2,134,714 Transamer Corp tr ctf old .25
425 Traung Label Be Litho Co A.*

m

105

Sou Pac Golden Gate Co A_*

43,360 Tidewater

485

Sale
Sale

1434

of N Y

4)4 Nov.
14)4 Nov.

123

33

14)4

Standard OH Co of Calif....*

3)4 Nov. 28
1134 Nov. 27

115

Socony Vacuum Corp cap..25
Sou Pacific Co com (cap)..100

Spring Valley Co Ltd

J*

11

88

115 Telephone Invest Corp csp_20
6,280 Thomas Altec Co
....♦

mmrnmmm

3

Sale

78)4

6,160 Standard OH Co

mmmmmm

434

13;
1083

5

89

22

30

Sale
14tf -~\..
9
Sale

Preferred

9,291 S J Lt Bt Pow 7% pr pfd_.100
713
4% prior A
100
Schleslnger Bt Sons Inc—
A common
*
3,314
2,957
7% preferred
100
189.177 Shell Union OH Corp com
5 )4% cum conv pref
2,251
100
2,546 Sherman A Clay 7% pr pf.100

i

Sale
124

42

10

com ...»

com

118
120

13
18
18

.........

169.200 Richfield Oil Co

m

439

1st preferred............

10,395 Rainier Pulp Be Pa A

170
mtmmmrn

4

Common (non voting)...-*

203 Ry Equip & Realty Co class A

'"'494

19)4 Sale

195
2

2

9
10
5)4 Mar. 16
Feb.

Western Pipe Bt Steel of Calif
corn

10

18)4

19)4

Yellow Bt Checker Cab (Cons)
Class A series 1..
.....50

1034

14

17

934

Sale

14)4
J

*

No par value




(

17

Nov. 30

2034 Nov.

12

Nov.

12

9

Nov.

14)4 Jan.

17

8)4 May 16

2834 Apr. 13
15

Aug.

4

ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS

•

Stock

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AGGREGATE

Jan.

Jan. 1.

BONDS

2

Bid.

Ask.

102 H
1935 102
25,000 Associated Oil 6s
1,000 Los Angeles Gas 8c El 5H« *63 105
7,000
554s
;
1947 10554
2,000
5H«
1949 10454
6s
.1942 107& 10854
12,000
5s
1939
5,000
5s
1961 101
10154
27,000
91
9254
'23,000 La Ry Co 1st mtge 5s
1938
80
75
1st 8c ref 5s
1940
12,000
92
90
1935
6,000 Miller & Lux 7s
10154
6s
1945 101
2,000
91
89
—.1956
2,000 Nev Cal Electric 5s
92
90
28,000 Pac El Ry 1st mtge 5s
1942
1942 10254 103
10,000 Pacific Gas & Elec 5s
5s
1955 10254 103
2,000
13,000
5^s_...
1952 10454 10554
99
98
5,000
4^S..J
1957
68
1941 10954 11054
1,000
—

1,000

41,000
2,000
14,000
31,000
18,000
7,000
7,000
12,000
68,000
6,500
20,000
87,000
37,000
22,000
29,000

3,000
2,000

12,000

Sierra & San Fran 1st 5s. 1949
2nd

5s

1952

5*

1954

1957

5>^s

1952

6s

1950

So Counties Gas 4 >4*

1968
1945

Union Oil of Calif 5s

1935
..1942

5s
6s

Assoc

4,100

6,100 Barnsdall Oil A
134,500 Bolsa Chica Oil A..
699

-"2", 166

*

10

Preferred ex-warrant...l00

5,200 California

60

42

52

58

58

62

I?*

78

81

84

78

82

101

101

102

100

9954 10054
10354 104
10454
92
9254
9154
9254
9954 10054
105
10554

*
..25

Bank

2.Q00 California Packing Corp

1454

86

100
100

10054
8554
9554
100

700

1,200
1,000

1854

10

3,300

93

83
96

10154

100

1254
Sale

554

554

Sale

Sale

55

Nov. 23

254 Nov. 16

Sale

154

254

16

5954
1054

10

25

*
.*

1254

1354

Home

Service

8%

pref

30,800

25

100 Jantzen Knit Mills

......

1,546 Lincoln Mortgage com......*
Preferred
..*
5,005
1,842 Los Angeles Athletic Club.10
345 Los Angeles Biltmore pf_ 100
7,362 Los Angeles Gas & El pref. 1
18,300 Los Angeles Invest com..10

866

1,100

21,100 MacMillan

Petro

Co......25

Preferred
100
100
900 Moreland Motors common..10
Monolith Port Cent com
*

100

""755

1,818
1,422

900

1,258 Mortgage

'

3,000
400
500
500

8

9

6
73

103

954

454

Elec

1st Preferred

'

2,100




Pacific National Co..

25

8

Nov.

9

15

22

Sale

""54
mW

4*

—

«.

"3%

45

10054 102
454 Sale

h

23

Nov. 27

Sale

5

Sale

154
162

54

%

54 Nov.

854

754 Nov.

3
654 Nov. 10

102

1

Nov.

Nov. 12

754 Nov. 25

6554 Nov. 27

354 Nov.
54 Nov.

254
171

354 Nov. 12
54 Nov. 18

144
20

116

"2254

30

8

12

18
9

116

8

5154 5254
10054 101
55
0
154

10

Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov.

21
10

Nov. 17
Nov. 12

"38"

43

"38

1054 Nov. 5
954 Nov. 25
754 Nov. 27
Nov.

854 Nov. 25

4154 Sale
94
9554
3654 36"

41
97

Nov. 27
Nov. 16

36

Nov. 28

4

Nov.
9
Nov. 10

3454 Nov. 30
2654 Nov. 13
2454 Nov. 13

Nov. 16

4754 Nov.

9

Nov. 16
3854 Nov. 3
97

Mar. 1
Mar. 2
Jan.
Apr. 1-

23

3054 Mar.
554 Mar.
1854 Apr.

954 Oct.
5
754 Nov. 24
70.
Sept. 29
Oct. 31
Nov. 20

64
3

654 June

2

1

79

Oct.

7
Feb.
Mar. 19

Oct.

15

54
754
6554
154
354

Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Aug.
Aug.
54 Sept.

115
119

15

1

June
3
Feb. 18
Aug.
1
854 June 23

89
80

8

Jan.
2
1354 Sept. 17
33
Jan. 13
1854 Feb.
7
54 Mar. 19

20

3

6

Jan.

13

Jan.

14

Jan.

3

July 30
Jan. 27
Feb.

19

25

754 Nov. 25

27
21

6554 Nov. 27

21

10

1
10

21

19
18
19
22
13

4
Feb
454 Apr.
54 Sept.
3
Feb.
Mar. 13
2 165
Feb.
Oct.
Feb.
Sept. 8 25
29
June
29
Sept.

Oct.

a

0

2054 Jan. I14
2054 Mar. 19

654
Sept. 18
3
75
Aug.
9954 Nov. 27 111 54
1
10k
454 Oct.

1054 Apr. 21
954 Jan. 15
854 Jan. 22

854 Nov. 30
954 Nov. 25
754 Nov. 28

Jan. 15
Mar. 3

22

20

3554 Sale
2554 2654
42

94

26

954 Jan.

4854

21

Apr.
6
754 Feb. 24
9454 Feb. 20
3654 Apr. 13

Oct.

14

2

Nov. 23 116

Sale
1154
1054
854 Sale
9
954

854 Sale
954
10
754
754

Jan.

75

35

9954 Nov.
454 Nov.

9
5

80

2454 Jan.
Oct.
1;

1854
54
54
354

2154 Nov. 10

XH
&

'9954

1

.........25

5\i% preferred.........25
com.......*
6% preferred............*
614
35,350 Pacific Mutual Life Insur. 10
Pacific Lighting

1354 Nov. 10
854 Nov. 12
Nov. 30
67
Nov. 30
4
Nov. 19

80

Mar.
Jan.

2

Feb.
2 20
Oct.
5 2354
654
May 25
Oct.
1 59254

11

554 Sept. 19
1354 Sept. 17

6
6

4754

8c

4

6554 Nov.
3

com..25

11,346

1.850

64 54 Nov.
3
Nov.

754 Nov.

2054

25

Gas

Nov.

Sale

43

Pacific

Nov.

754 Nov.

Nov.

55
13

2254 Jan.

90

275

154 Nov. 14

2154 Mar. 16

2354 Mar. 25

9

15

1K

1

Nov.

Nov.

2

16

May

6

280

154 Nov.

9

July

6

Nov.

654

354

Mar.

Oct.

3

80

3^5

2854

2,332
14,400

120

1954

3
Sale

24
14

500

4,000

7

20
.20

80
Sale
Sale

Aug. 25

Oct.

8

3

11'

854

13

16

Mar.

7

5654 Oct.

Nov.

Sale
Sale

Feb.

Mar. 10
Feb. 10

Oct.

24

3

Sale

754 Sale

32

Nov. 23

Aug.

55
Nov. 30
6954 Jan.
7
154 Sept. 30
58
Oct.
1
654 Nov. 14

Nov.

15

6

Mar.

Mav

4

3

67

Sale

5

2454

28,500

254
1454
11

c

65

2554

5,900
1,000

1354 Nov. 13

1154 Nov.

80

8

95 Nat'l Bank of Commerce. .25

600

10

Sale

12

80

10
6,650 Pacific Amer Fire Insur
2,000 Pacific Clay Products......*
52,900 Pacific Finance com old..19
Preferred series A......10
25,000
Preferred series C......10
18,000
Preferred series D......10
11,200
Com new...............10
35,700
New preferred A........10
1,550
New preferred C........10
4,900
New preferred D
10
800

"466

300

14

73

21

9

4

Oct.

554 Nov. 24
Mar. 19
Sept. 30

280

354

250

5

4

Pref

665 Moreland Moter pref......10
Guar Co..
100

""16

354
285

275

*

200 (I) Magnin & Co com

200

3

154

93

6

28

Oct.

15

3

-----

25

Nov.

1154 Nov.

Nov. 27

11

Sale

12

Sale

13

*

International Re-Ins Corp 10

954

60

2354

1554

6154
11

12

2554 Nov. 10

Nov. 23

1254

27
8
410

Nov. 18
Nov. 12

Nov. 27
Nov. 10

1154

2354

68

Nov. 18

65

May 27
Apr. 22
June 17

July 30

Oct.

5 54

75

80

6
385

9

Nov.

654 Nov. 23
60
Nov. 21

554 Sale

654
67

70

65

754 Nov.
8

6
Mar. 13
Mar.

Mar.
6
Mar. 26

8754 Nov.

10R

654 Nov. 21
454 Nov. 18
55
Nov. 30

654

10

Mar.

55
6

Sale

4

Feb. 26

Apr.

Feb.

10154 Nov.
10454 Mar.
101

20
16

Jan.

Nov.

101

79

5 54 Nov. 24

6
7

2
15

16
8

June 15

9854 June

10254

99

Mar.

Nov.

29
July
10254 Feb.
9654 Feb.

9554
10354
10554
9454

8854

81

81
Sale

30 Honolulu Oil Co Ltd

700

8754 Nov. 25 "87 54 "Nov." 23

10154

8754

26
29

Oct.

Apr.
Apr.

99

97

95

80

2,557
900

8754

9254
9454
6 10354
3 10454
10 10654
22 99
17 11354

Feb.

11354 June

102

101

8754 85
95
97
100
102

9254
8354
10354
9954
106

25

*
8,200 Gilmore Oil Co
10,453 Globe Grain 8c Milling com 25
1,151 Golden State Milk Prod..25
344 Goodyear Textile pref
100
1,939 Goodyear Tire & Rub pf.100
3,222 Hal Roach 8% pref
25
31,600 Hancock Oil common A. .25

108
209

3

87
Nov. 27
Nov. 27 101
10054 10154 101
10054 10154 10154 Nov. 16 10154 Nov. 16
10054 10154

8854
82

"9754

""266

9954 Nov.

3

99

19 54

1154
2054

*

168 Farmers 8c Mer Nat Bank. 100
300 Food 'Machinery Corp
*
10
585 Foster & Klieser

600
600

Nov.

20

93

9154

31

100

1754
97
85

8654
7954

1,906 Commercial Discount
27,900 Douglas Aircraft Inc
3,200 Emsco Derrick & Equip

900

c

101
101
101

100

2,085 Central Investment Co...100
11,950 Citizen's National Bank. .20
*
60,500 Claude Neon of Del

30

Arit

98
9954
9854 100
10254 10354 10254 10254
92
9454
91
9354
105
107
10554 107

100
88

Feb. 16 11054 Sept.
Oct.
Oct. 15 104
99 K Nov. 27 105
July
Oct. 30
9354 Apr.
Feb.
80
June
4
9254 Mar. 13 10254 Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
4 102
102
109

104

9954 Nov. 27 10054 Nov. 12

65

38

100
...25

11,600 Byron Jackson Co

200

1,200

62
44

4

5 10654 May 12
Feb. 27
Feb. 27 106

106

79

57

13

93
94
10254 103 5*
10254 103 5*
10254 10354

10354 10454
10454 10654
10054 102
9954
9854
75

80

75

5

Feb.

4 106

10654 Feb.

105

104

5 10254 June

Feb.

106

Sale Prices.

Prices.

10254 June

10354 104 54

38

98

187 Broadway Dept Stores pf_100

32

"9954

Sale

Par.

Gas 8c Electric A

20 Barker Bros preferred..

""2",§65

100
98

60

55

1961

5s

10254
10354
10254
10454 10654

10154 102

General" 5sZZZZZZZZZZZZl939
So Calif Gas 4H

STOCKS

9,700

1,000

.1949
1951

5s

Sou Calif Edison 5s_.

Shares

Shares

1944

Richfield Oil 6s

1.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

102

101

102

101

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale Prices.

Nov. 30.

Nov. 2.

1931.

S

5,000

JAN.

SINCE

Price

STOCoK EXCHANGE
Since

November

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

L03 ANQELES

SALES.

In

1930.

$34,000
2,789,000

$23,000
584,500

November..
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30._

441,361
8,241,344

296,028
4,962,789

Shares

November

1931.

Bond Sales.

1930.

1931.

flales.

28

854 Oct.
954 Oct.

1
16

754 Nov.
854 Nov.
2954 Oct.
2554 Sept.
24 54 Nov.
3754 Oct.

28

25
5
30
13
6
97
Nov. 16
6
3554 Oct.
1
Jan. 23

25

Jan.

1654 Feb.
1154 Feb.
954 Feb.
10
Apr.
1354 July
1154 June
854 June
10
May
5454 Mar.
2954 July
2654 July
6754 Mar.
105
Aug.
5854 Jan.
2
Apr.

3

18
2
1
10
11
2

26
10
9
2
20
27
8
1

In

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

Par.

"as

'
*
Preferred........———*
6,600
100
220 Pac Tel & Tel common
87,100 Pacific Wettern Oil Corp..*
......
2,000 Petroilte Corp...
20,400 Pickwick Corp com.....—10
25,400 Republic Pete Co.........10
709 Republic Supply Co—
*
*
319,600 Richfield OH common..
Preferred.
.....—25
111,900
234.700 Rio Grande Oil........-.-.-*

19". 300
~3"406
1,300
200

1,600
300

24,000

4,651

620

611

1,010
10

*

.

70
10

"""200

994

""9,466

116,000
19,800

590

3,400

1,100

Ye",000
360

2,700
3,600
6,000
3,200
400
121

1,100
34,100
120
700
160

48,000
63

New

6,000

-

Ask
Sale

4%
13 H

263,000

400

400

288,900

1,600

"""loo

200

"""600

4,678
4,400
9,600

73,500 Pacific Gas 8c Electric.
.....
99,600 Pacific Mutual
381,100 Sou Gallf Edison

4%
14%

3%
11%

1.25
1.45
1.261.42 K
19
27
5% Sale
7
Sale
6% Sale

15%
46%

im

Sale

60
Sale
26% Sale
24 % Sale

4% Sale

4%

6

Sale

Ask.

3%
Sale

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

1.

3% Nov. 27
11% Nov. 30

4% Nov.
1334 Nov.

Highest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.
18% Jan. 19

4
4

8

T

2%

2%

111% 115
99% 103

Oct.

3

5

Nov. 30

11

25

30

16

5% Nov.

2

% Nov. 17
1% Nov. 13

7

3

Oct.

l8

%
h
%
1%

Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Nov. 9
Nov. 25

1H

June 23

Sept. 23

8

Nov. 20

Nov. 20

1

Nov.

Oct.

6

Nov.

9

2

% Nov. 30
3% Nov. 9

4

Nov. 25

Voi

Nov.

2

101

Nov.

30

25

41%

56

39

40

43

39

Sale
4%
5

65

5

6

12
75
3% Sale
325
14% Sale
16
Sale
9%

-----

5

30

Nov.

5

Jan.

30

Nov.

6 110% Sept.

5

4IHN0V.I2

64*4 Nov. 5
4% Nov. 27

68k~Nov.~26
)OXL XNUV• 2U

59

6%
Sale

Sale

22% Sale
25
25%
25
'25%
96
97 %
32% Sale
31
Sale
15%
10

10%

50

60

3% Sale
325
Sale

14%
15% Sale

4

32% Nov. 28
Nov. 12

43
Sale

25

Nov.

6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
95
Nov.
31% Nov.
30% Nov.
16
Nov.

28%
24%
22%
24 %
24%

30
28
28

28
2
7
27
28
4

13
4

Aug. 21
Apr. 11
May 27

50
40
45 H Sept,18

47% Aug. 26

Oct.

1

95% Feb.

8

3% Oct.

5

10

Jan.

21

Feb.

17

Q

10

5

Nov.

18

18

Nov.

6% Nov.

7

5

Apr. 27
Apr. 23

9

28

Oct.

5

Jan. 22
54% Feb. 26

Nov. 5
Nov. 12

40

Oct.

6

60

37% Nov.
45

% Nov.

%

if*

16*

Feb.

19

30% Aug. 18
29
July 23
27% May 14
27% Aug. 26
27% Sept. 1
7 105
Aug. 18
95
Nov.
31 % Nov. 23 73% Aug. 28
Feb. 24
51
5
2834 Oct.

25% Nov. 14
23 % Nov. 2
25
Nov. 2
25
Nov. 27

27%
24%
22%
24%
2434

5
Oct.
Nov. 28
Nov. 28
9
Oct.
Nov. 2

97% Nov. 20
50% Nov. 12
36% Nov. 9
16
Nov. 4

15

June

2

Oct.

5

29

9

Nov.
4% Nov.
325
Nov.
16% Nov.
17% Nov.
1% Nov.

53

55

10

^

5

3

325

7
10

5% Nov.

12% Nov.

1034 Nov.
55
Nov.
3
Nov.
325
Nov.
14% Nov.
15
Nov.
1% Nov.

5

19%

5

6% Jan.

9% Jan. 27
10% Feb. 21

Nov. 28 130% Aug.

May 27
37% Jan.
2
39
Apr. 29

5

19

13

10

5%

43

50

26

110

4034 "Nov." 12

44
43

67% Sale
4%
4%

5%
34% Sale

28%
Sale
23% Sale
25
Sale
24% Sale
101 %
49%
50%
35
Sale
15
Sale

Feb.

Apr.

18% Apr. 24
July
7
Feb. 20
Feb.
7
18
5
1.35 Jan.
2% Mar. 2
Jan. 20
20

101

Nov. 28 113

110

10834 110
97

Nov. 25

Sale

%
% Sale
1% Sale

5

June 24

11

40

28%
25%

Sale

2

% Nov.

Sale Prices.

Aug. 21

43

47%

5

% Sale
.....

55

25%
24%
26
97% 101

4% Nov.

7

% Sale
1%
1%

29 %

19%
20
*
80
95
25
13% Sale
25
100 325
22% 8ale
Union Oil Associate#
25
23 % Sale
Union Oil of Calif...
25
Union Sugar Co com
.25
30
Van De Kamp Hoi Bakery..25
1%
Victor Oil
—10
20
22
Weber Showcase 8c Fix pfd..*
13
21
Western Air Express
10
18
19
Western Pipe & Steel Corp. 10
RIGHTS—

Lowest.

Nov. 30.

2.

Ask. Bid.

118y4 Sept. 23

San Joaquin

8,400 Taylor Milling Corp
Title Ins & Trust Co
1,863
Transamerica Corp
1,264,500
Union Bank & Trust Co
1,336




19

115
L&P 7% pr pflOO 114
103
6% prior preferred
100 101
Seaboard Dairy Cred com..
Seaboard Dairy Credit pf.100
Ex warrants
—100
37 % Sale
Seaboard National Bank..25
37%
40
Seaboard Nat'l Secur Corp 25
81
Sale
Sec First Nat'l Bank L A—25
8% Sale
Shell Union Oil com—....

20,700
19,300

300

Bid.

Nov.
Bid.

-

13,800 Signal OH & Gas Co A—:25
B
25
1,100
252,200 Sou Calif Edison Co com..25
Original preferred......25
2,718
7% preferred.........—25
42,600
6% preferred
—25
82,300
25
S%% preferred
72,500
Sou Calif Gas 6% pref
25
5,217
6% preferred A.....—-25
1,372
Sou Counties Gas 6% pref 100
1,602
Southern Pacific Co
...100
1,710
Standard OH of Calif
*
419,900
Superior Oil com..........25
1,332

JAN.

SINCE

2

1931.

18,700 Pacific Public Service A

V

RANGE

Price
Jan.

STOCKS

Shares.

Shares.

75

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

AGGREGATE SALES

November2

STOCK

ANGELES

LOS

% Nov.

6

6

10%
11%
1%
3%
%
5

6

Nov.

18% Nov.

7
Oct.
Nov. 27

Jan.

13

5% Nov. 17
16

Jan.

%±H
90
18

Mar.
Feb.

15

3
11

Feb. 25
Feb. 26

Jan.
24 % Feb.

16

Feb.

13

16 325

1
Oct.
1
Oct.
Nov. 12
16
Oct.
June 26

Oct.

23

26

d*
20*

13

Nov. 14
Mar. 25
June 26

Jan.

19

21% Apr. 13
28
Apr. 13

2H Mar.

9

1.80Jan.
1.25 Feb.

19
6

1.45 Jan.

1% Jan.

15

2"i* Mar. 10

31

V,

'

'

/

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

1931.

November.

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AQQREQATE
In

SALES,

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER.

2.
1931.

7,375

Bid.

Ask.

American Austin Car

♦

10

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

12

10*

Sale

1*

10* Nov. 30
* Nov. 28

...

50

2

6* Sale"
21
Sale

5

l£*

Sale

5

Sale

5

Sale

10

Sale

10

Nov. 28
Nov.
2
Nov. 30

3* Nov. 14
5* Nov. 19
14* Nov. 2

*

23

11

-

9H

10X

1

592 Follansbee Bros pref

41.341 Hachmeiater-Llnd Co

12

Nov. 10

Nov.* 9

1* Nov. 17

9* Nov. 28

I6"""No"v.'I6

1

...

33 *
35

100

Sale

10

4* Sale

4* Nov.

5

4

Nov. 20

10

2,530
711
156

"""175

Preferred

...100

""'125
14,255

"""385

25
135
102
100
200

52

57

x50

Sale

12"

250
12

68

16*

....

57

Nov. 12

250

13

Nov.

185
10

4

5

65

"l7*"N~o"v."25

17*

"Nov." 17

!I?:iI HUH

32
102

2* Sale
3

4

100

2*

2* Nov. 20
3* Nov. 20

3

100

100* 100

792

4,362
1,395

25

5,42©
285
50

915
500
200

600

48,401 Pittsburgh
545 Pittsburgh
889 Pittsburgh
48,495 Pittsburgh
38,760 Pitts Screw

29

78

"9* Sale'

9* Sale

3* Nov.

7

3* Nov.

.

5

Nov. 27 101* Nov. 12

Nov. 21

Sale
13
14

17
11

1

....

14
1

84

Nov.

2

3*

9*

....

8* Sale

7

8

"3* ""4"

Invest Security.*
Oil Ac Gas......5
Plate Glass....25

400 Salt Creek Consol Oil.....10
12,700 San Toy Mining............1
45.670 Shamrock OH Ac Gas
*

6,988 Standard Steel Spring..
*
193 Union Storage Co
.....25
14.671 United Engine Ac Fdy
1,815 United States Glass Co
25
1.673 Vanadium Alloy Steel......*

13* Nov.

9

Nov. 10

1* Nov.

4

20

Nov. 19

14

Nov. 23

3*
7*
8*
37*
3*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13

31

21
18
25
6
16

Nov. 12
8* Nov. 10
8* Nov. 25
37* Nov. 6

Nov. 13

5

5

Nov. 12

3*

34* Sale
Sale

Sale
5* Sale

20*

21*

Sale

17

Sale

8*

5

Sale

8*

14

1
lc

20* Nov.

4

Nov.

2

22

Nov. 13

.....

9*

5

5* Nov.

2

2* Sale
12

z23* Sale
2

90

35

"""200
7.198

2,490 Copperweld Steel
*
164 Fidelity Title Ac Trust Co...*
30,100 Leonard Oil Development..25
2,105 Lone Star Gas pref .......100
3,745 Mayflower Drug Co
*
200 Penna Industries pref
17.868 West Public Service v t

Sale

..*

1,000 West Penn Traction 5s.. 1960
1,000 Zoller (William) 6s
1942
•

No par value,

x

Ex-dlvldend.




June 4
June 15
Nov. 25
Nov. 6

3
1

Oct.

5

May 12
1 * Feb. 10
18* Oct.
5
3
Sept. 29
217* Jan.
9

Nov. 13

6

Oct.

5

15
10

Oct.

6

Jan.

lc
1

Feb. 26

1* Nov. 27

13" "14*

2

12* Nov.

2

10

Nov.

9

40

Nov.

9

z23* Nov.

2

25* Nov. 13

2

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 25

Nov.

2

2

Nov.

2

40
15
1

15

Nov.

2

15

Nov.

2

15

3

18* Sale

2

16* Sale

16* Nov. 30
33* Nov. 28

20

Nov. 12

33* Nov. 28

10

Nov. 24

10

Nov. 24

40c

Nov.

Nov.
5
Nov. 16
Nov. 17

165
5

90

5~

Sale

4*

Sale

Nov. 16

40c
90

15

10

11* Sale

16

Sept. 25
8

Sept.19
Nov. 25
Mar. 10
Oct.

6

Aug. 27
Nov.

2
June 22
Oct.

6

33* Nov. 28
9
May 14
6
Sept.10
90
May 12
5* Oct.
May

145
25c

$2,000 Clark (D L) Candy 6s
1944
7,000 Independent Brewing 6s. 1955
2,000 Monon R C C Ac C 6s
1949
51,000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6S..1949
12,000 Shamrock Oil & Gas 6s.. 1939

2*
7*
8*
37*

Nov. 24

Nov. 17

15

4

Nov. 25

BONDS.

$3,000

Mar. 28
June 26
Nov. 13

40

Sale

100
c

10c
10c
31

10

93

.......

"2~66O

25 27
5 33
2
22
29 135
15
21

11

UNLISTED.

15

27
Feb. 10

Apr. 28
May 25
Aug. 11
Feb.

31

16

May 14
Jan.

13

20

Aug.
10* Oct.
1
Sept.
90
May
10
Sept.

Nov. 12

10

32*

6

May 19

8
21

10
40
24

Sale

15

200 Wiser Oil Co
.........25
729 Zoller (William) Co.........*
530
Preferred..
.....100

Mar.
Jan.

8 300
Jan.
Nov. 21 102* Mar.
Mar. 14
1* Mar.
7
Oct.
6
29
Feb.
Oct.
40
5
48
Apr.
5
Feb.
1* Nov. 4
17
Oct.
2
37
Apr.

Nov. 24

2c

1

Sale

40

9
8

Jan.

9

lc

40
40

32

4

19

May

78

1

'

1*

7* Sale
24* Sale

Jan.

101* Aug. 17 101* Aug. 17
6
1
June
1
Sept. 11
2
5
June 30
May 20
100
Sept.26 122* Apr.
7

10

*

8,415 Westlnghouse Air Brake....*
1,070 Westghouse El & Mfg
..50

4

Nov. 28

11

13*

100

Ac Bolt Corp.... *
200 Pittsburg Steel Fdy
29,511 Plymouth Oil
...B
2,080 Reymers Brothers Inc.....
881 Ruud Manufacturing..

""9"" No"v."27
1* Nov.

18

100

895 Waverly Oil Works cl A

1.534
200

10

._*

19
8 318
6 15

19

Mar. 31

9

Mar.

1

4

50

Forgings

Apr.

13* Mar.

17

Sale

31

50

Preferred.

Jan.
2
Feb. 24
Jan.
6

15
2
8
11 450

17* Nov. 25 44
110
May 14 110

300
84

25 Pittsb Bessemer & L E RR. .50

........

25

Jan. 27 375
75
Nov. 30
Apr. 28 185
Jan. 20 20*
Mar. 31
75

Nov.

11

1
Mar. 14
Jan.
2

Jan.

Nov. 30

66

..HI ioo"

11,802 Independent Brewing
2
...50
2X
3,058
Preferred
50
4 Hi Sale
1,776 Jones Ac Laughlin St'l pf._100 119
25 Keystone National Bank.100 300
3,652 Koppers Gas & Coke pref.100
99*
2,740 Liberty Dairy Prod
*
466,058 Lone Star Gas
«
24 H Sale"
500 McCrady Rodgers pref..
50
1,425 McKinney Mfg
*
71,352 Mesta Machine
5
26
Sale
3,095 Nat Flreproofing Corp......*
5,804
Preferred
50
2,446 Penn Federal Corp.
1,137 Peoples Sav 8c Trust
20
137*
200 Petroleum Exploration
25
16,000 Phoenix Oil
25c
15c ""25c
1,860
Preferred
1
3,472 Pittsburg Brewing
2,942
Preferred
400 Pittsburgh Coal

Feb.

13* July

375

....

23",855

30

35
35

Oct.

9

29* Feb. 24
Aug. 12
Aug.
5
3* Jan.
3

May 21
May 20

May

12

75
5

May
10* Mar.
110
May 19 110

*

*

7
7
8
6

8
Apr. 15

9* Sept. 29

15

...100

985 Home (Joseph) Co

21

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

7
30
10
20
120

19
318

*

com..

4

400
10

Jan.
6* Jan.

75

Mar. 14 295

20* Oct.

*

Preferred

Apr. 24
8* Sept. 22
75
Aug. 12
5
Aug.
5
1
May 19
30
Feb. 11
7* Oct.
6

25
20
5

5

6
600

Nov. 30
Jan.
7
Jan.
8

Sale

..100
....

Preferred

25,383 Harb-Walker Refrac

10

Sale

Fourteenth Street Bank...50

214

Nov. 28
Oct.
5

295

100 Duff Norton Mfg
...*
1 Duquesne National Bank.100
515 Electric Products..
...*
6 Fifth Avenue Bank
50
6 First National Bank (Pgh)IOO
41

8* Nov. 28

Sale

"9* Sale

121 Consolidated Ice preferred. 50
735 Crandall McK Ac Henderson.*

"635

Sale

4*

30

•
.100

...10

8*

2X Sale

12 Citizens Traction.........50

67 Diamond National Bank_.100
664 Donahoes Inc cl A
*

Sale

2

15,130 Carnegie Metals Co.......10

15 Colonial Trust Co
880 Columbia Gas & Electric
*
112 Consolidated Gas pref....50

1* Jan.
6
15
Mar. 19
72* Mar. 17
8
Mar. 19

2

20
100

130

...50

50,613 Blaw-Knox Co

16

Nov. 28
Jan.
7

4

Oct.
1
June
1
Feb. 27

Nov. 30

May 12
Aug.
6
Sept.29

10

.........25

9,391 Devonian Oil...

\

46* Feo. 26

1 100
1 330

10'

100

17,185 Clark (D L) Candy....,

10

3

Oct.
June

65
3
41

.

Preferred.

10* Nov. 30
* Nov. 28

*

10 Byers (A M) preferred....100
200 Calorlzing Inc pref
25

'150

1.

JAN.

Lowest.

Ask.

100

81 Bank of Pitta (N A)

470

Nov. 30.

100
330

Sale

14
1

15 Auto Finance Co..........

'""295

SINCE

24* Oct.

7,646 Arkansas Nat Gas Corp
*
22,547
Preferred
.........10
26,841 Armstrong Cork Co.........*
200

2",785

2.

Ask. Bid.

...

770 Amer Vitrified Prod
135
Preferred

3,601

Nov.
Bid.

Preferred

10 Allegheny Trust Co
..100
8,605 Aluminum Goods Mfg.....

485 Amer Fruit Growers
156
Preferred

6,278
881

RANGE

Price

Par.
10

596

None
$280,000

$3,000
99,000

Jan.

STOCKS

5,034 Allegheny Steel..

1,600

1930.

1931.

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30...

PITTSBURGH

Shares.

100

Bond Sales.

November

3,292,280

STOCKEXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares.

1930.
183-365

86,348
1,360,922

30*

80

85

31

Nov.

5

5* Nov.

31

Nov.

7

5

40c
Oct.
90
Nov.
1
Jan.
15
Nov.

3* Sept.
98
31

June
3
June 24

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

17
26
1
14
6
6

13
21

Apr. 15
20c Jan. 10
10c
June 26
31
Nov. 13

6* June 24
12
19

Jan.

38

Oct.

12

Sept. 11
2

13* Apr. 14
3* Mar. 6
Feb. 10
Feb. 27
Feb. 24
Jan.
5
19* Feb. 21

17* Jan. 23
24

Mar.

6

1* Jan. 29
3c

July

29

12* Feb. 27
31
40
38

Mar.

5
Mar. 10
Feb. 26

2* Mar. 26
35
Apr. 17
7* Feb. 16
35
Mar. 2
90
Jan.
2
10
May
6
22
Mar. 12
93
Jan.
2
40

Feb.

160

Jan.

17
17

Apr.

7

1*
108
2

Mar. 25
June
3

15

Nov. 17

14* Feb. 20
98

June

3

31* July 30
Mar. 31
Mar. 31

111* June 11 112*
75
Oct. 13
82*
80
95
July 28
92* Feb. 10 92*
90
Sept. 1 92

Jan.

5

Feb. 10
Aug. 17

General

Quotations

OF BONDS AND STOCKS

on the leading stock exchanges of
furnished. In this department of
General Quotations we combine in one comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and descriptions, not only
those dealt in
the exchanges, but also leading unlisted and inactive securities.
The following is an index
In the earlier part

records of the dealings

of this publication complete

and for the calendar year to date, are

the country, for the latest month

on

to the

different classes of securities

quoted:

Steam Railroad Bond*

Steam Railroad Stocks...

Joint Stock Land Bank Stocks..

Exchange Seats....
Textile Manufacturing Stocks

Industrial & Miscellaneous Bonds

...99
.....

.

Industrial & Miscellaneous Stocks

.99
100

Federal Land Bank Bonds......
Real Estate Bonds...........

.....108

Mining Stocks

Bonds......82

investment Trust Stocks and

Quotations from all Stock Exchanges are as

..94

Bonds
Public Utility Stocks..

81

....

Joint Stock Land Bank Bonds.....

94-120
Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks
—95
91 Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Stocks—95
...100
..95 United States and Municipal Bonds
——102
93 Canadian Municipal Bonds
83
88

Public Utility

.77

.

_

Page

Page

Page

near as

Insurance

Stocks and Scrip

—101

Foreign Government Bonds..

.94

.....

date of issue

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the

As the New

York Stock

"and Interest," we have adopted the same method and no longer employ a designating
mark to Indicate the fact except where there Is a deviation from this rule.
The reader will understand, therefore, that unless the letter "/" Is prefixed
to the price, he must pay accrued Interest in addition to the price.
This, however, does not apply to income bonds or bonds in default. In which cases
Exchange began with Jan. 2 1909 to quote all bond prices

the

price Includes the interest, should there be any.

quotation is a flat price—that is, that the accrued interest forms part of the price, and
As already stated in the case of income bonds and bonds In
default, the price Is always "flat,*.* and no designating mark is employed to indicate the fact.
Quotations for equipment bonds are based on average maturities.
Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend"; that is. the accrued dividend must be paid in addition to the price.
Btock prices marked
thus (d) are per share.
All others are per cent except bank stock prices, which are quoted per share unless otherwise stated.
It should be borne In mind in the use of these tables that the quotations for many inactive and unlisted securities are merely nominal, but in all
prefixed to bond prices denotes that the

The letter

therefore the purchaser does not have to

cases

the figures are

provide for it separately in making payment.

obtained from sources which are considered reliable.

The following abbreviations are often

used, vis.; "M" for mortgage, "g" for gold, "gu" for guaranteed,

conv" for convertible, "s f" for sinking fund, "1 g" for land grant,
The black-faced type

in the letters showing the Interest period Indicates the

Bid.

marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds.
Bid.

Bonds.

Ask

3

—

90

)

89

92

Boston & Albany

)

65

75

50

58

?// 90

95

Kq 6s 1932-1935 (yr>
J&J 15
Eq 434* 1932-'41 E (yr).F&A
Atlantic Coast Line of S C-—
Gen 1st g 4s July 1948
J&J
Atl & Danville 1st 4s 1948
J&J
2d g 4s 1948
J&J
Atl & Yad 1st gu g 4s 1949 ..A&O
Aug Term 1st gu g 6s 1947--A&O
Aus & NW 1st 5s g 1941
J&J
Augusta Union Stat 4s 1953-J&J

*

Bait & Harris

Ak Oant & Youngst—
)

Alabama Great

Southern)

105k

)

79

Alabama N Orl T & P June—

If
) i/

90
88

95

J

16

21

93

M&N

g5s 1936

1st M West Ext g 5s

1938 M&N

5.75

5.25

5%
5.00%

34

27

30

25

60

243*

104

101

108§

60"

5

Gen income 6s Oct 1948.
Alabama & Vicksburg Ry?

Albany & Susq 3 34* gold 1946
(conv before 1916) gu
Ai
Alleghany Corp—

)

66

85

\

35

3734

)

31

35

J

26

2834

3

87

93

)

87

1 1948—A&O
1948
A&O
Conv 434* 1933 red 1923.M&S
Conv g 4Mb I960
F&A
Ref & gen 5s 1995 series A. J&D
Ref & gen 6s 1995 series C_ J&D
Ref Ac gen 5s 2000 ser D__M&S
Eq tr 434* 1932-40 (yr)-M&N
Eq tr 434* '32-'41 O (yr)—F&A
Eq tr 5s 1932-37 (yr)
F&A
Eq tr 5s 1932-38 (yr)
F&A
Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (yr)—J&J 16

5 &
Ark & Mem Ry Brge &

Refund gold 4s 1941
M&N
S W Div 1st 5s 1950—J&J

40

35k

6%

6.50

Toledo & Gin Div 4s

Term95

90

S

1

)

—

95

fe
J

8934

*

88
76 k
78

)

8134

90

)

82

v

85
85
86

1

3

Trans S L 1st g 4s 1958.

98

9834

J

85

94

85

9

If

-

94

—

91

J

Athena Terminal Ry—

J f

25

——

Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line—

J

—

r

85

)

99

70

93

3
Atlanta & St Andrews Bay—
)

38

i

J

534s 1929 extd as 5°,
to May 1954
M&J

1st M

95

46

70
88

80

100

95

90

Atlantic Coast Line RR—
I

83

r

5s Mar.

84 k

66

6734

80

6934

7034

5.25
5.25

5%
5%
5%

5.25

5%

5.25

5.75

5%

8134

8234

80

88

93

100

6534

97

J&D
Bay C & B C 1st M g 3s 1989. J&D
Bedford Belt 1st 5s 1938
J&J
Beech Or 1st 4s g gu 1936-- -J&J
2d guar gold 5s 1936
J&J
Beech Ork Ext 334s 1951—A&O
BeUlngham Bay & British Col—
1st g 5s Dec 1 1932
J&D
Belt RR & Stk Yds (Ind'p'lis)—
1st ref gold 4s 1939
_M&N
Belt Ry of Chatt 5s 1945—J&J
Belvidere Del 1st 334s 1943—J&J
Big Sandy Ry 1st g 4s 1944.J&D
Birm Term 1st g 4s 1957 gu_M&S
Bluff Point Land & Imp—See In
Bolivia Ry 1st 5s 1927
J&J
Boonville RR Bridge 4s '41-M&N

*

84

Eq 634* Feb 1936 (year! F& *
b Basis.




1st ref 5s

1961

J&J

Bluff Point Land & Impt—See In

General 5s g 1937

Cong 434* 1957
Eq 6s ser K 1932 (s-a)

89"

71"
85
85

87
&

Ml

60

843

91k

1938
J&J
July 1937
J&J
43ts impt 1978
F&A
4s May 1 1933 gu N Y O.M&N
4s May 1 1934 gu N Y C.M&N
4s May 11935 gu N Y O-M&N

9334
92

/This price Includes accrued Interest.

Equip 534* 1932-1937(yr)F&A
Eq tr 6s 1932^38 (year).-.J&D
Wor Nashua & Roch 4-5s 1945
4s Oct 1 1934
A&O
Bos & N Y A L 1st 4s g 1955-F&A
Boston Rev Beach & Lynn—
1st m 4 k* July 15 1947-.T&J15
Gen m 6s 1933
J&J 15
Brook & Mon 2d 5s 1938—J&D
Brun & West 1st 4s 1938
J&J
Buffalo Creek 1st 5s 1941
J&J

97"

95

J&D

5s July 1

A&O

1 1932 Series

Eq 434* 1932-1943 (yr)—A&O
Bost & Maine (old) 434*
J&J
4s Feb 1 1937
F&A
4s Aug 1942
F&A
3s July 1950J&J
6s Jan 1 1933
-J&J

70

Bat Creek & S 1st gu g 3s '89

Boonville St L & Sou 5s '51-F&A
Boston & Albany 5s Oct '63--J&J

m

97"
9534
94

scell.

65"

-..M&S
M&N
F&A

Eq 6s ser K 1933 (s-a) .—F&A
Buff & Susquehanna RR Corp—
1st 4s Dec 30 1963
J&J
Burl Cedar Rapids & North—
Con 1st & coll tr 5s g '34--A&O
Butte Anaconda & Pac 5s'44 F&A
Cam & Clear—1st 5s g 1941-J&J
Gen M g 4s 1955—
F&A
Cambria & Ind 1st 434* *68
J&J
Eq tr 534s 1932-38 (year) M&N
Canada Atl 1st 4s 1955
J&J
Canada South 5s 1962 ser A. A&O
Can Nat Rys 434* 1954-M&S 15
,434s 1957...
J&J
434s 1968
J&D
434s guar 1956
F&A
4ks guar 1955
J&D 15
40-yr 5s guar 1970
F&A
5s guar 1969
J&J
5s guar 1969
A&O
Eq tr 434s 1932-1942 (gu) M&N
Eq tr 434.8 1932-45(ann)._J&D
Canadian Northern—
S F deb 7s 1940S F deb 634* 1946

J&D
-J&J

15 1935.F&A
Winnipeg Term 4s 1939—J&J

10-yr g 434* Feb

A; Last sale.

{London,

75

_

M&S
M&N

66

6~25
70

65

5.50%
80

88

68
50
96

6.25
6.25

93"

78"
65
98

5.50%
5.50%

95"
90

95
93
93
85
& Mi scell.

Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh-

87k
5.20%

5.50

72

-

92

90
6

69

100

434s

)/

80

M&N

5s June 1942

i

7734
5034

6534

1955 ser 2

4ks 1961 ser JJ

1st

86

63
58

—-

1943

97

67

97

May 1943

5s Mar 1942

94

Yan Bur Ext 5s g Jan '43.A&0
Washburn Ext 1st 5s *39--F&A

85

5s

1st m 5s

52k

95

Sept *41

5s Jan 1946

1st m 5s 1967 ser AO

82 k

70%
69 k

April 1947
5s Apr 1944
5s June 1945

5s May 1940

PIscat Div g 5s Jan 1943--A&O
St Johns Riv Ext gu 5s '39-F&A

Atchlson Topeka & Santa Fe—
)

J&J
J&J

-J&J

Ask.

4s-5s

95

1959—J&J

Bangor &• Aroostook—
1st M 5s g Jan 1 1943
Cons refund g 4s 1951
Medford Ext 5s 1937

1951

5s Jan

Pittsb Lake Erie & W Va—

L isceiJ—

J

1

Ref 334s 1952 gu N Y O-A&O
Boston & Lowell 434* Feb '33-J&J

95

Baltimore & Ohio—
1st M 4s g July
1st M 5s July 1

334* Jan

(Concluded)—

Boston & Maine (new) 5s

82

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Atlantic Coast Line RR (Conci)

RAILROAD BONDS

consolidated

month when the bonds mature.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and interest" except where

Bonds.

"end" for endorsed, "cons" for

"op" for optional.

nNominal,

s Sale price.

87

89

53k

55

100
5.50

"5%

74

76

80

It*

90

95.

80

88

6.50

85
Q9

5.50%

60

65

75"

9934
8034

75

77

81*

80
80
82

85

87

85k

86

85

86

7%.
7%
98

9834
9034

6
6

9834
100
92

78

RAILROAD

BONDS

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and Interest" except where marked

Bonds

Bid.

A*t.

Canadian NW4H« Oct 221943
Canadian Pacific—
Cons deben 4s perpetual. -J& J

85

M&S

75
82

20-yr coll tr 4 **■ 1946
Oofi tr 5s Apr 15 1934
Ooll tr 5s 1954

A&O

77
74
80

J&D

J&J

1960

Eq tr 5s 1944
J&J
Bq tr 4**s 1932-1938 s-a.-J&D
Eq tr 4%a 1940-1945 a-a.J&D
Bqtr6s Apr 26 1932 B-a—A&O
Oarb & Shaw 1st g4s 1932..M&S
Caro Cent 1st g gu 4s 1949..J&J
Oaro Clinch & Ohio 5s 1938. -J&J
1st

cons

6s 1952

ser

92X
5.75%
5.75
5.75

39"

io5

A.J&SD15

Equip 5s 1932-1937 s^a-A&O
Bq 5s 1932-1933 s-a
J&D
Bq tr 6s 1932-'35 (yrly)_J&J15

Cart & Adir 1st 4s 1981
J&D
Oatawissa cons g 4s 1948—A&O
Cent Ark & Ea 1st 5s 1940 op J&J
OentrBr Un Pac 1st g 4s *48. J&D
Central of Georgia—
1st M g 5s Nov 1 1945—F&A
Registered $1,000 & $5,000-.
Cons gold 5s 1945
M&N
Registered $1,000 & $5,000-.
Ref & gen 5Ms 1959 ser
A&O
Ref & gen 5s 1959 ser O—A&O
Eq tr 4**s '32-'40 ser P(yr)M&S
Eq tr 4 **s '32-'40serQ(yr)M&N
Eq tr 5s 1932-'38 (yrly)..J&D

Bid.

Aft.

Chic & North Western (Concl.)—
Eq tr 5s '32-'35 ser M (yr) J&D

5.25%
5.25%
5.50%

Eq 5s '32-*38 O (yr)
J&D
Eq 6s Jan 15 32*35 (yr) J&J15
Eq 6**s 1932-36 ser J (yr) M&S
Eq 6**s 1932-36 K (yr)..A&0
Eq4Ks*32-'42 (yr.) ser A M&N
Chic R I & Pac Ry—

70**

45""
26

6.50
6.50
6.50

Chat Dlv gold 4s 1951—J&D
Macon & Nor g 5s 1946.—J&J
Mid Ga& Atl 1st 5s 1947—J&J
Mobile Dlv g 5s 1946
.J&J

30

5.50%
5.50%
5.50%

95
98

J&D

58
41

100

5.50%

—J&D

81

El Paso & R 11st gu 5s 1951-J&J
El Paso & S W RR—

65

'

m.

97**

1005*

98

94

104
114
100

Chicago & Western Indiana—
Gen gold 6s Dec 1 1932—Q-M
Consol gold guar 4s 1952
J&J
1st & ref 5 **• 1962 A
M&S
Choc & Memph 6s 1949
J&J

74"

75"

93

95

85

90

Gen M (now 1st) g 5s 1987 J&J
Gen M 4s 1987
J&J
Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (yrly)_.J&J15
_

75

Bq tr 4%u 1932-'41 (yr)-F&A

5.40

5.75

99

97**
5.25%
5%

Central Pacific—

1st ref 4s g guar 1949
F&A
1st g guar 4s Oct 11954—A&O
Guar g 5s 1960F&A
m

80
66

82%
89**

80

87

European loan 4s 1946-M&S
M&N

Cent RR & Bkg 5s 1937
Central Vermont Ry—

Eq tr 5s Apr 26 1932 s-a—A&O
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 "31-'44 (yr)

6.50

5.75%
5.75%

Char & Sav gen 7s 1936
100
J&J
Oharl & W Car 1st 5s 1946—A&O
90
95
Ohateaugay Ore & Iron Co—See I nd&M isc.
Chat R & South g 5s 1947—J&J
70
Chattanooga Sta 4s 1957 gu.J&J

Chesapeake Corp—See Misc Bon ds
Chesapeake & Ohio—
1st cons g 5s 1939
102
M&N
General 4**s gold 1992.—M&S
93 H
Ref &impt 4 Ha 1993 ser A A&O
Ref & impt 4**s *95 ser B J&J
82
5.50
Eq tr 4**s *32-40 W (yr).A&0
5.50
Eq tr 5s 32-'38 (yr)
M&S15
5.50
Eq tr 5**« '32-'37 (yrly)..J&D
6.25
Eq tr 6s 1932-'35 (yrly)_J&J15
6.25
Eq 6Ha 1932-'35 (ann)„.J&D
Craig Valley 1st 5s g 1940-J&J
100M
Potts Creek 4s 1946--—.J&J
R & A Div 1st con g 4s '89.J&J

71"

Elevator Co g 4s gu 1938—A&O
West Poc Corp 1st 4**»'45 F&A

Chesapeake & Ohio Northern—
1st M 5s 1945 guar
A&O
Chesterfield & Lane 1st 5s '55F&A
Chic & Alton 1st 3**f 1950—J&J
RR refunding g 3s 1949—A&O
Certificates of deposit—
Stpd as to Oct 1931 int
/
Equip trust 6s Jan 15 *32-'35
(yearly)
J&J15
Chicago Burlington & Quincy—
Gen M 4s 1958
M&S
1st & ref 4**s ser B 1977-F&A
1st & ref g 5s 1971 ser A__F&A

Illinois Div 3Hb '49 op '29 J&J
4s July 1 1949
J&J
Chic & East 111 (new co)—
Gen M 5s May 1951
M&N

Chicago & Eastern Illinois—
-1st consol 6s gold 1934—A&O
Chicago & Erie 5s 1st g '82.M&N
Income 5s Oct 1982
Chic Grt West 1st 4s 1959-M&S
Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry
Con mtge g 4s 1956
guar. _J&J

104**
95**
85
85

95

99 X

Equip tr 6s '32-'35 (yr)—J&J15
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt J&D
Chic & I O Ry 1st 5s 1936-—J&J
Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern—
1st M 4**s 1969 opt 1919-J&D
Chic Memp & Gulf 5s 1940-J&J
Chic Milw St Paul & Pac RR—
50-yr 5s 1975 series A
F&A
Conv adj 5s Jan 2000
A&O f
Gen g 4s A May 1 1989—J&J
Gen g 3**s B May 1 1989-J&J
.

Gen 4H» May '89 series O*J&J
Gen M 4**s 1989 ser E—M&N
Gen M 4X8 May »99 serF.J&J

103
95
86

Ser D 3**s gen gtd 1950—F&A
Gen & ref 4**s 1977 ser A.F&A

49

48**
100

93**
100

175*

19

Ref M g 4**s May 1 '35—M&N
General mtge 4**s 1980--M&N
Eqtr 6s 1932-35 (year).-J&J 15

89**
100

1st

m

4s 1940

61**

Conn River gold 4s 1943—.M&S

65
90

48

97**

40

91
36

98

100

43

.

99**

26**

9%

70

62

67
68

66**

60

72

6.50
650
6.50

51"
73"
92"
50

45**

6%
6%
6%
6%

92**
88

84**

89**
93 X
60
50

45

51

29**

30

M&N

15-yr g 5**s May 1 '37--M&N
Eq 6s Jan 15 '32-*35(yr) J&J15
D Rfv RR & B gu g 4s 1936-F&A
Del RTerpmg 5s 1942... M&N
Ex p mon g 5s 1942
J&J
Denver & Rio Grande Western—
Gen income 5s Aug '55
F&A
Ref & impt 5s 1978 ser B.A&O
Eq tr 4**s 1932-42 (yr)..M&N 6
Denver & Rio Grande—
1st con g 4s 1936
J&J
1st

4**s 1936
J&J
Denver & Salt Lake Ry—
1st mtge 6s 1950--/
Inc mtge 6s I960-Des M & Ft D 1st 4s 1935—J&J /
Certificates of deposit
Des Plalnes Val 4**s 1947.-M&S /
Det & Mack pr lien 4s 1995. J&D
Mortgage gold 4s 1995
J&D
Det R Tun 4**s 1961 gu—-M&N
con g

b Basis.

/ This price Includes accrued int. k
Last sale. I In London,




m

J&J

60

50

51**
9

b

7%

6%

82

Fla So 1st g gn 4s 1945
J&J
Florida West Sh 6s 1934
J&J
Fonda Johnstown & Gloversv—

cons

30"

J&J
J&J

Ext at

40

10**

ref 4**s '52 opt—M&N

5**% to 1961

65

50

10**
6

3

96"
103

98

J&D

100

Galveston Term 6s 1938M&S
Genesee River 6s 1957—-J&J

85

96"

98
95
44

Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945
Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5s

J&J

75
14

1948.J&D

30

41

96"

66

Ga Oaro & N 1st 5s g 1929.-J&J
Ext at 6% to July 1 1934

40

50

90
m*m

75
62
98

100

94**

102

90**

97

Georgia & Florida RR—
1st M 6s 1946 ser A
Otfs of deposit-

M&N

/

Inc deb 6s 1952

98"

Georgia Fla & Ala RR—
1st M & ref 6s 1952

90

Ga Mid 1st g 3s 1946
A&O
Ga RR & Bkg ref 6s 1951—A&O

108
83

6.25
70

Eq tr 4**s 1932-1939 s-a.M&N
80**
80**

Gouv & Osw 1st 5s g 1942
J&D
Gr R & Ind ext 4**s 1941—_J&J
2d 4s 1936—
A&O

94

83

—

95

Grand Riv Valley 4s 1959.-M&S
Grand Trunk Pacific—

70

1st M 3s

98**
94**
99**

98

1st 4s Feb 25 '39 Alg gu.M&N
1st 4s Feb 15 '42 Alg gu.M&N
Gen 4s 1962 Can Gov gu—J&J
Prairie Section 4s 1955—A&O

87
91

96

61**
98

70
100

73"
71
70
65

75"
90
28
48

75"
84"
85

88
100

99**
76

70

70
72

60

60
60

Mountain Sec 4s 1955—i-A&O
Lake Sup Div 4s 1955
A&O
Grand Trunk Ry of Canada—
Sink fund g deb 7s 1940--A&O
Deb g 6s Sept 1 1936
M&S

95**
92**

6**s 1936—
F&A
Grand Trunk West 4s £ 1950-J&J
1st g gu 4s $ July 1 1950--J&J
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 '31-"43 (yr)-—Grays Pt Term g 5s 1947.—J&D

45""
62
92

25

Great Northern—

93

J&J

1st & ref g 4Xa '61 opt '41.J&J
Gen M 5**s 1952 ser B
J&J
Gen M 5s 1973 ser O
Gen 4**s 1976 ser D—

75""
75

J&J

J&J
J&D
Eq tr 4**s 1932-1939
M&S
Eqtr4**s 1932-1940 D (yr)J&J
Eq tr 5s 1932-1938 (yr)—M&S
Western Fruit Express
Eq 5s J'ne 15'32-v39 (yr) J&D
Eq tr 4**a 1932-1940-J&D
Great Northern Ry of Canada—
Cons 4s 1934 opt to 1914—A&O
Greenb Ry 1st g gu 4s '40--M&N
Green Bay & West debt certs A—

66**

Gen 4 **s 1977 ser E

Deb ctfs B

66

55.75%
65.75%

65.75%
6.25
6.25
80

95**
/
/

—

5**

Guantanamo & Western—
1st M 6s 1958 ser A—— —J&J /
Guayaquil & Quito 1st 5s '32 J&J2 /
Gulf Mobile & Northern—

99"
90

25
34

27
44

6.50

6%

58**
73**

,

95

~

"4"

"7**
20
^

m m *m m

90
v

96 J*
70
10

19
10

22

A&O

50**

58

A&O

30

50**

1st ref & term g 5s Feb '52. J&J
Gulf Terminal of Mobile—

62

95

1st 5**s 1950 serB
1st 5s 1950 Series C

4

60

J&J

1962

Gen M 7s 1936 series A

85

25**

—

25
30

F&A

4s Jan 1 1947
J&J
Ga Sou & Fla 1st g 5s 1945—J&J
Deb 5s 1952
A&O

95**

——

Detroit Toledo & Ironton—
1st 5s Mar 1 1964

97

40:

80

•.MM*.

55
60

97

Eq 4**s '32-'35 G (s-a)—A&O 6

75""

68**

28

1st & ref gold 4s 1943

62**

95

M&S

90

22

A&O

mmmm

98

95

J&J
J&J

Galv Houston & Henderson—
1st M 5s 1933
A&O

Imp & equip 5s 1960
M&N
Dal & Waco 1st gu 6s 1940-M&N

Delaware & Hudson—
Conv 5s 1935

■

95

Frem Elk & Mo V 6s 1933—A&O

103**

40**

27**
9**

47

6.50

79

— mmm

Delaware R.R.— General 4**s 1932
J&J
Del & Bound Br 3**s 1955.F&A

59

65

77
99-

45**

60

80**
80**

Fort Dodge Des Moines & Sou
1st 5s 1938
——J&D f
Ft Smith & West 1st g 4s '54. A&O
Fort St Un Dept Det 4**s '41 J&J
Ft Worth & D O 6s 1921—

44

Danb & Norwalk 4s 1955
J&D
Dayton Union 4s 1949
J&J
Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951--J&J

99**

8%
7%

1st & ref 5s 1974—

1st

35**

ser

6.25
6.25
6.25

European & N A gold 4s 1933 J&J

95

93**

B..J&D

1st 1 & ref 6s 1936

35**

37

Connecting Ry (Phila)—
1st M gu 4s Mar 15' 51-M&S15
Cuban Nor Rys 1st 5**s '42-J&D
Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952
J&J
1st 1 & ref g 7**s '36 ser A.J&D

38**

-J&J

1st cons ref g 4**s 1947
Gen ref gold 4s 1950

F&A

Col & Hock Val ext 4s 1948 A&O
Col & Tol 1st g 4s 1955
F&A
Conn & Pass 1st g 4s 1943--A&O

39"

M&N
A&O
Eq tr 6s 1932-35 (year).J&J15
Eq 4**s '32-'41 LL (s-a)—M&S
Eq tr 4**s 1932-43 (s-a)— M&S
Penn coll g 4s Feb 11951—F&A
Erie & Jersey s f 6s 1955
J&J
Erie & Pittsburgh—
Gen gu g 3**s ser B 1940--J&J

85

Deposit—

—

92

100

Colorado & Southern

61

•

1st s f 4**s 1977 ser O—A&O
Coal RIv Ry 1st 4s gu '45
J&D

Columbia & Port

20
29

95

M.

40

A&O
A&O

Eq 4**s *32-'41 H (s-a).-M&S

A&O
Cleveland Terminal & Valley—
1st 48 gold guar 1995
M&N

Cleveland Union Terminals—
1st s f 5**s 1972 series A.-A&O
1st M s f 5s 1973 ser B
A&O

87

53 H

75

Oleve Short L 4**s 1961

Gen M gold 4s 1987—.M&N

Stmpd non-pay Fed inc tax
Gen M 5s '87 stpd inc tax M&N
GenM4**s'87gtpdinc taxM&N
Gen M 4 **s'87 stpd inc tax M&N
Sinking fund deb 5s 1933-M&N
15-year 6**s Mar 1936—M&S
1st & ref 5s May 2037
J&D
1st & ref 4Ha May 2037-J&D
1st & ref 43*s May 2037O J&D
Conv g 4X* 1949 ser A..M&N

g

Ser A 4**s gen gtd 1942—J&J
Ser B 4**s gen gtd 1942—A&O
Int red to 3**%.
Ser O 3**s gen gtd 1948—M&N

99

50%

98**

SI*
73

lstcoltrg4s'90M&N

Spr & Col Div 4s 1st

Cleveland Lorain & Wheeling—
Cons now 1st 5s 1933
A&O
Gen M 5s 1936
J&D
Oleve & Mah Val g 5s 1938-J&J
Clev & Marietta 4**s 1935.M&N
Cleveland & Pittsburgh—

Eq4**s *32-'43 E & F (yr)_J&J 6
Eq 4**s '32-'41 G & H(yr)_J&J 6
Equip tr 6s 1932-35 (yr)_J&J15 6
Equip tr 5s 32-'40 ser B (yr)F&A 6
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M 3H» g 1987
M&N
^

Cairo Div 1st g 4s 1939
J&J
C W & M Div 1st 4s g '91-J&J

Olev Oolum Cin & Indianap—
Gen cons gold 6s 1934
J&J

93

97

J&D
J&D

Ref & Imp M 6s '41 ser C—J&J
Ref & imp M 5s '63 ser D..J&J
Ref & Impt 4**s ser E 1977. J&J

5.10 70

82%

75**

74

Clearfield Bitum Coal—See Ind & Misc.
Clear & M 1st 5s g gu 1943..J&J

5.50%
5 50%

5.10

Chicago Indianap & Louisville—
Ref M g 6s 1947 series A-J&J
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B„J&J
Ref M g 4s 1947 series O—J&J
1st & gen 5s 1966 series A.M&N
1st & gen 6s May *66 ser B J&J

Clncln North 1st g 4s 1951—J&J
Cincinnati Union Term Co—
1st M 4**s 2020 ser A
J&J

60
40

Florida Central & Peninsulalst cons 5s gold 1943
J&J
Florida East Coast 4**s '59. J&D

F&A

'40.M&S
White W V Div 1st 4s '40-J&J
Equip to 6s 1932-1935

80
88

Cine & Musk Val 4s 1948
Oin N O & Tex Pac Ry—

St L Div

5.10%

79

30

Gin Ind & West 1st 5s 1965.M&N
Oin Leb & Nor 4s 1942
M&N

General 4s gold 1993
Gen M 58 ser B 1993

85

45

A&O

Series D 1953—
Ref & Impt m 5s 1967
Ref & mtge m 5s 1975

Fitchburg 5s Jan 11934
4 **s Jan 1933

95**
95**

Cleveland Akron & Columbus—
1st cons guar g 4s 1940
F&A
Olev Cine Chic & St Louis—

90

2d con g 4s 1989
J&J
Warm Spr Val 1st 5s g '41.M&S

1st gold guar 4s 1953

ClSL&Clst4sg Aug '36—Q-F

Eq tr 5s 1932-38 (yr)—A&O

74**
6.50

Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton
General 5s gold 1942
J&D
2d mtge gold 4**s 1937.... J&J
Cine Ind & St L Sh Line Ry—

49

Series O 1940

80

•

69

Conv gold 4s 1953 ser
Series B 1953

36**

100**
111**
98%

70

J&J
—J&J
A-.A&O

Prior lien gold 4s 1996
Gen lien gold 4s 1996

40

93

A&O

1st & ref 5s 1965
Erie-

100

28
27

88**

A&O

Income 6s 2862

Inc mtge 5s Dec 1 1960--M&S
Chic Un Stat 1st 4**» 1963—J&J

75

M&N

Elmira & Williams port—
1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-J&J

84
mm

80

M&N
Elgin Jol & East 5s 1941—M&N

65

J&J15

1st M 5s 1963 series B
J&J
1st M 6**s series C 1963—J&J

5s 1935
East Tenn Va & Georgia—
Consol 1st g 5s 1956

5.50%
5.50%

Chic Terre Haute & Southeast
1st & ref g 5s Dec 1 '60 opt J&D

Guar gold 5s 1944

J&J

Dutchess Co RR 4**s 1940—J&D
Eastern Ry of Minnesota—
Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948
A&O
Eastern Tenn & West N O—

5.50%

Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf—
Consol gold 5s 1952
M&N

Oconee Dlv 1st g 5s 1945..J&D
Ocean S S 1st 5s 1943
J&J
Cent New Eng 1st qu 4s 1961 J&J
Central of New Jersey—

Z2«
62

Sec 4**s 1952 ser A
M&S
30-yr. conv.4**s I960—M&N
Eq 6s Jan 151932-*35 (yr) J&J15
Eq tr 5s 1932-38 (s-a)—_ J&D
Eq tr 6s 1932-'34 (s-a)—A&O
Eq 4**s '32-'42 O (yr)
J&J
Eq tr 4**s *32-*45 (s-a)—J&D
Chicago St Louis & N O—
Con g 5s June 15 '51—J&D 15
Con g 3**s June 15'51 J&D. 15

Eq 6s 1932-'35 (ann)
91

70

1st gold 5s 1937

Chic St L & Pits 1st 5s g 1932A&0
Chic St Paul Minn & Omaha—

87

98**

Duluth Missabe & Northern—
Gen g s f 5s Jan 1 1941
J&J
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic—

General gold 4s 1988
J&J
Ref g 4s 1934 opt to 1911—A&O

Mem Dlv 1st 4s 1951
50

32

Bid.

Bonds.
Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—
1st gold guar 4s 1953J&J
Dul & Ir Range 1st 5s 1937. A&O

-

64**

S f 4**« Dec 15 1944—J&D16

Ooll tr 4**s

Bonds

"f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

Gulf &

20

Ship Island RR—

1st mtge g 4s 1957 gu
60
J&J
R & Portch—See N Y N
H & Ha
Goboken RR & Term Co—
1st lien s f 6s 1947
M&S

Flarl

rtford"

docking Valley Ry—
1st cons gold 4**s 1999--.J&J
90
Eq tr 5s 1932-1938 (ann).A&0 65.75%
Eq tr 5s 1932-1939 (yr)—-J&J 65.75%
Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (yr)
98
J&J 15

35**
30

45

90**
75

85

Dollar per 500 francs per £20.

n

Nominal,

r

Canadian price,

s Sale

pries.

Bid.

Bonds,

Holidays burg

Bedford

&

87
93

91

Houston & Texas Central—
1st lien g 58 1937
Hudson & Manhattan—
1st gold 5s 1957 opt

J&J

100
100

75M

M&N
M&N

1st 5s g May 1 1933
1st gu g 5s Mar 1933

95M
98M

100

F&A

85

to 5% Feb *57-A&O

58

60

Gen mtge gold
4s gold 1932

1st M 4 Ms 1957 conv
F&A
Huntingdon & Broad Top—

70

72

Debenture gold 5s

Adj inc

up

86

2d M ext 6s 1940 ser B

6.50
6.50

Eq tr 4Mb 1932-1939 K—F&A
Eq tr 4Mb 1932-1940 L—A&O
Eqtr4Ms'32-'41 M (s-a).M&N
Eq tr 4Ms 1932-41 Ser N.A&O
Eq tr 4Ms 32-'36 (yr) O..J&J
Eq tr 5s 1932-38 ser JJ
M&N
Eq tr 6s '32 '35 (year)..J&J 15
Equip 6 Ms 1932-1934 (yr) _F& A
Equip 7s 1932-1935
A&O
Cairo Bridge 4s g 1950—J&D
Litch Div 1st g 3s 1951—J&J
Louisv Div 3 Ms g 1953—J&J
Omaha Div 1st 3a g 1951—F&A
St Louis Div 3Ms g 1951—J&J
St Louis Div 3s g 1951
—J&J
Sp'field Div ext 3 Ms 1951 J&J
Western lines g 4a 1951
F&A
Id Blm & W ext 4s 1940
A&O

6,50
6.50

6.50
6.50
6.50
6.50

6.50

92"
79 M
L

52

Wi
48"
79M
38

5.75%
5.75
5.75
5.75

5.75%
5.75%
5.75%
5.75%

71

Mahon O RR 1st 5s

WA
75

94

83
88

1st & ref 4

36

58
16
•

45"

64
18
55

•

37 X
6.50

40

6.75%
50
50 M
55

39M
6%
5

2M

5

::::

Kan City Sou—1st g
Ref & Impt 5s Apr

■

i

*

•

i

98M

•

i

i

i

i

i

i

Midland

100
82

Milwaukee

&

Cons
to

6s

90

52

62

1934

/

55

6.50
6.50

35

1st 78 '27 ext at

86

M&N

Ref & ext 5s Feb '62 ser

/

—

85M

/

60

65"
84 M

90

int at exch rate 4 8665
--

Lake Erie & West 1st 5a '37—J&J

J&J

Lake Shore & Mich South—
Con g ref 3Ms 1997
J&D

55"
«»«»«»•»

97"

74"

84

75

94

73 M

8

100

1st M g 4 Ms

N Y Bay Ext R lit 5s g 1943.J&J
New York Bkiyn & Manh Beach

90"

100 M
100

5%

10
$36 M

*

47

90
98

35M

78

80
12

i18°

9

ll*
8%

92

78M

51

J&J

35"
70
29 %

62
b
b

6.75
6.75

b

6.75

b

J&J
J&J

6%
6%
6%

6.75

1st & ref 5s 1977

ser

74

34M

21%

F

M&S

98

/This price iucludes accrued Interest,




—

J&J

A&O

68

68

5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50

5.50
5.50
5 50
5.50

M&N 15

(yearly)

5.50
5.50

27

6% gold notes 1932
A&O
Ref 5 Ms 1974 ser A
A&O
Ref 4 Ms 1978 ser C_
M&S
Equip tr 4Ms 1932-*44 (yr) F&A
Equip tr 5s 1932-'38 (yr)—F&A
New York Connecting RR—
1st M 4Mi 1953 series A—F&A
1st guar 6s 1953 series B—F&A
NY & E 1st 4s ext g

26M
6.25

6.25

88%

M&S

mmmnmm

8l"

N Y & Gr Lake gu g 5s 1946-M&N
N Y & Har 1st g 3 Ms 2000-M&N

75"

*32 opt—F&A

100 M

1O5M

1st & ref 4 Ms 1973 ser B„M&N
NYLB&WO & RR—See Ind & Misc.
N Y L E & W Dock & Impt—Se e Ind &

Miscel.

1941

M&N

75

Deb 4s

1947 non-conv

Ifll
90
54 M
60 M

J&J

15-year secured 6a 1940—A&O
1st & ref 4 M» 1967
J&D

««•

m

m m

Y

Mar 15 1945 (s-a).-M&S

* Last sale.

n

93 %

71%

15 66.25%

5.50%
5.50%

*32-46(yr)-J&J

Nominal,

s

65

68"

Harl Rlv & Pt Ohea 4a '54 M&N

1 In London,

70"
74%

■

Equip tr 4M8 Mar 15 1932 to
Eqpt. tr. 4Ms

90 H
58
67

70

60
70

M&S

Deb 3 Ms March 1947
M&S
Deb 3 Ms 1954 non-conv—A&O
Deb 3 Ms 1956 conv

—

M&S

100

'

94
101

90

81

1947—M&N

4Ms 3d ext 1933.-•

■

68

NYC RR eq 4 Ms '36-'32-J&J
NYC RR eq 4Ms *32-'45-M&N
N Y O & St L 1st g 4s 1937—A&O

98

53"

101M

84 M

Eqtr 7s '32-35 (year)—A&015
Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (year)—J&J15
NYC L eq 5s 32-'37 (yr).J&D
NYC L eq 5s '32-'39 (yr).J&D
NYC L eq 4Ms 32-'37(yr)M&S
NYC Lines eq 4 Mi Mar 15 1932
to
1939 (year)
M&S 15
NYC Lines eq 4M» *32-'35 J&J
NYC Lines eq 4M« '32-'40

74

fo'M

100

.72

Deb 4s May 1 1957
M&N
Deb 4a July 1 *55 non-conv J&J
Deb 4« 1956 non-conv—M&N

41M

40

6.50%

90

General gold 5s 1941
M&S
NY & NE Bos Ter 4t 1939--A&O
N Y New Haven & Hartford—
Deb 6s Jan 15 '48 conv—J&J15

•)

h Dollars per 1,000 franc bond.

6.25

80%

2013 O

N Y & L Br gen 4s

■

6 Basis.

35M

75M

68
75
44

77
60

50

45

85

N Y Lack & Western—
1st & ref 5s 1973 ser A
72

45

M&N
A—F&A

July 1 1997

N Y & Jer 1st g 5s

D.J&J

ser

Mo Pacific RR (new company)—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1965 A—-F&A

92

40 %

30

A—A&O
M K & T of T 1st 5s gu 1942 M&S
Mo Kan & Tex (old company)—
1st gold 4s 1990
J&D
Eq tr 6s 1932 '35 (year)_J&J15
Mo Kan & Okirt. 1st 5s '42—M&N
Adj M 5s Jan 1967

63
69

50

£8*
38

42%

94

L S coll tr g 3Ms 1998
F&A
M C coll tr g 3Ms 1998---F&A

30M

70

40%
42%

A&O

Deb g 4s '34 tax-exempt_M&N
Deb 4s 1942 tax-exempt--J&J
Ref & Impt 4 Ms 2013 A—A&O
Ref & Impt 5s

51

RR—

Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A
Prior lien 4s 1962 ser B
Prior lien 4Ms 1978 ser

75

20 M

York Central RR—

Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser
New York Central & Hud Rlv—

20

'41op'16-M&N

Missouri-Kansas-Texas

80"
70%

1st 5s '41 gu__J&J

Conv deb 6s 1935

84

Mlnneap Term 3 Ms '50 opt-J&J
Mississippi Cent g 5s 1949
J&J
Mo-Ill RR 5s 1959
J&J

95

Lehigh Valley

86

f 4s

Rich*

1st gold 5s 1935
New

J&J

s

guar.—J&J

Newp &

75M

J&J
J&J
J&J

1st Ch Ter

1945

85"

....

1st ref 5Ms 1978 ser B
J&J
25-year 5Ms 1949
;__M&S
Eq tr 4s *31 -'38 s-a
J&D15
Eq tr 4Ma 1932- 36 (s-a)-M&N
Eq tr 5s 1932-'33 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 6s 1932-'35 (year).-M&S
MStP&SS M & GentTermRy—

75

Lehigh & New England—
100
1st M gold 5s 1945
J&J
98 M
Gen mtge gold 5s 1954
J&J
6%
Eq tr 4 Ms 1932-'42 (yr)-A&0 b
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term Ry85
lst mtge 5s 1954
F&A
Lehigh Valley—
1st 6s ext gold 4s 1948
J&D
Con M 6s ann irred
J&D
88
Con M 4Ms ann lrred
J&D
60 M
Gen cons goid 4s 2003
M&N
Gen con gold 4 Ms 2003—M&N
70'
Gen con gold 5s 2003
M&N
Lehigh Valley Coal—See ind & M lsc.

Ry of New York
1st 4Ma g°ld 1940
J&J
Lehigh Vail Term 5s 1941
A&O
Lehigh & Lake Erie—
1st 4Ms 1957 guar
M&S

92

30 M

M&N

4Ms '52 ser A
J&J
1953—J&J

t

r

1st ref 6s 1946 series A

55

29

A—A&O
1st 5s 1954 series B
A&O
1st M 5 Ms 1954 series A—A&O
1st 5s 1956 series O
F&A
lit M 4Mb 1956 series D„F&A
b
Eq trust 4 Ms 1932-'42
A&O
Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—

95

v

gold 4s 1938
1st cons gold 5s 1938
1st cons 5s 1938 gu int
2d M gold 4s guar 1949
cons

85

Coal Co—

Non-cum Inc 5s '35 ser

T

A-Q-F /

Certificates of deposit
1st

30

F&A

New Orleans Texas & Mexico—

M&S

1st refdg gold 4s 1949

66
94

72

J&J

Ref & impt

6% 1932—J&D

1st consol gold 5sl934
Certificates of deposit

IX
75

New Orl Term 1st 4s

—

Minneapolis & St Louls—

60

1M
1M
2M

M&N
J&J

Extended at 5 % 1940

/

Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S

5.50%
5.50%

1M
1M

1947--A&O
1st & con & coll tr g 5s 1951 A&O
New Orl Gt Nor 1st 5s '55--F&A

Mil&State Line lst3 Msl941 -J&J

60M

'

f
f
f
f
f
f

New Orl & Nor East 6s 1915,

J&D

(1884)

Mil

6%

1st coll trg 5s Oct 1

4M%

96"

50
b

1937-F&A

National Rys of Mexico—
Prior lien g 4Ms s f 1957—J&J

New Mexico Ry &

60

A&O

96
64 M

(year).A&O

New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940

50'"

1910

....

72

Constr'n4Ms 1955 ser B.M&N
Nashville Chattanooga & St L—
1st M 4s 1978 sor A
-F&A

Gen 5s Dec 31 1932

Sept

at

70

Morris & Essex 3 Ms 2000—J&D
Constr'n 5s 1955 ser A
M&N

N J June 1st 4s gu 1986
N J & N Y 5s 1950

103

100

(1880)—J&D
ext

90

_

New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
J&J
Consol g 5s July 1 1945—J&J
N Hav & North 4s 1956 gu„ J&D

59

101

95"

if

Northern—

1913

75

M&S
gold 3 Ms 2002
M&S
Monongahela Sou 5s 1955—A&O
Mont Cent 1st g 6s 1937
J&J
1st guar gold 5s 1937
J&J
Mont Wyo & So 5s 1939
M&S
Montour RR 1st 5s 1963-—F&A
Morgantown & Kingwood—
1st mtge 5s 1935
-J&J

Ref g 3Ms

6s

1st

6.25
625
28 M

New Brunsw 1st g 5s 1934—F&A If
Cons deb 4s penpetual
J&J

85

Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—

Jan /
J&J

Stmpdaccrintatrat<t4.8665
Plain 1961
J
J&J
E & Det Riv 4Ms 1932.-F&A
2d gold 5s July 1 1941

80

85

Series B

80

J&J
Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR
1st M 4 Ms 1961 (sterling)-J&J

L

97

J&D A$35J*

Millen & Southw 5s 1955

65

Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—

accr

J

1st ext 4Ms 1934

M&S

-

25

J&J
F&A f

Adj M Apr 1 '53 ser A
91

98"

A&O

Eq tr 6a 1932-35 (year)._J&J15 6
Eq tr 5 Ms 1932-38 (year) M&S b
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
J&J
Kan C & Pac 1st 4s g 1990—F&A f

7IX

franc bonds
N

of

15

21%
6.25

Eq 4Ms "32-'41 O (yr)—J&J15
Eq tr 5s 1932-'38 (s-a)—-M&S
Eq tr 5s 1932- 39 (year).—J&J
Montgom Div g 5s 1947-F&A

1977
A&O
6% g notes '15 ext to '33.-J&D
6% gnotes£ '15 ext to '33. J&D
Nat RR of Mex p i g 4Ms "26 J&J
1st cons gold 4s 1951
A&O
National Transc Branch Lines Co
1st M s f 4Mb 1955
-A&O
Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954
M&N

81

ext at 5% to 1940
A&O
Midland Valley—5s 1943—A&O

mmmm*

50

3s 1950 A&O
1 1950. J&J

Inc 6s series B Jan 1949
1st M 5s 1978

RR 4%

25"

M&S

Gen mtge 4s

Unlonville—
1st M 6s 1933
M&N
2d M adj Inc 6s 1933
M&N /

Kan City Ft Scott & Memphis—

Sept 1 /
M&S

87 M

Michigan Central—
Ref & impt 4M® 1979 ser O.J&J
Equip 6s 1932 (yr)
M&S
1st 5s Kal &S4H 1939
M&N
1st mtge M Air L 4s 1940--J&J
1st g 4s Jol & N Ind-1957J&JlO
1st g 3 Ms J L & Sag 1951-M&S
1st gold 3Ms 1952-.M&N
Middlesex Val 1st 5s 1942-M&N

Midi

60

..—M&S

Eq tr 4Ms 1932-'37

59 M

78

Maryland & Pa 1st g 4a *51-M&S
Mason City & Ft Dodge—
1st M gold 4s 1955
J&D
Memphis Union Station Co—
1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959--M&N
Meridian Term 4s *55 guar-M&N
Mexican International—
Prior lien 4Mb 1947M&S
1st con gold 4s 1977
M&S
Asst (cash warr & coup)
Sept 1 1914 coupon on
Sept 1 1914 coupon offMexican North 1st & 1930-J&D

98

M&S

Mob & Ohio, gen 4s 1938
Ref & Impt 4 Ms 1977

Nash F & S 1st gu g 5s

J&D

(Foreign series) 1960

J&J

Assented

91

93

100"

Middletown &

91

lst g 4s 1959 guar
J&D
Joplin Union Station—
1st g 4Ms 1940 guar op..M&N

Income 5s Mar 1934

6%
73

93

ManitowGB&NW3 Ms'41
Md Del & Va 5s 1955 gu

Jamestown Frank & Cleaxfleld-

Ref g 4s 1936 guar
K O Mem & BIr 4s 1934

86M
5%
5.50%
5.50%

5.
6.25

Philippine Govt gu
M&N
Sinking fund g 7s 1937—M&N

98

6s 1951

Eq tr 6s 1932-35 (yr) —J&J 15
Kanawha & W Va 5s 1955—J&J

86 M

J&J
1934—J&J

Ms 1935

99

Consol

98*

Manitoba S W Col 5s 1934—J&D

Jacksonv Galnesv & Gulf—

J&J

90

1939 ext to 1959

4s

85

lst M 5s 1972 opt
M&N
50 M
1st col tr 6% notes 1941-M&N
40
6% notes 1936
28
1st 1&ref 6Ms 1947
F&A
6
Iowa Cent 1st g 5s 1938
J&D /
Certificates of deposit
/
2M
1st & refg 4s 1951
M&S I
Otf of dep
fn
M
la Minn & N W 1st 3 Ms 1935 J&J

1940

25

94 %

1st & ref 5s Dec 1935—
J&D
""1st & ref 6s Dec 1935
J&D
Manila RR Sou Lines 4s'39-M&N

92

65

.

Kal & W Pig n g 5s

46M

Maine Central—

87

46

Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948—A&O
Kana & Micb 1st 4s 1990— -A&O

98

86M

Macon Terminal 5s 1965

79 %
69 M

6.25
6 25
32

J&J

Secured 5s 1938

93

J&J

75

40
b

Moh & Mai 4s 1991—

1945--M&S
Monon coll

Mob & Mont 4Mb
Southern Ry joint

gold 4s, 1952

Rap Tran /

K A & Gr R 1st 5s 1938

101M

——

L & N Term 1st g 4s *52 gu J&D
Macon Dub & Sav 5s 1947--J&J

98

A&O
Jacksonv Tor 1st 5s gu 1939 J&J
Ref & ext 6s 1967
J&J

Gen M g 4s 1945
Small

20

-

5.75-/9

50 M
50 M

38

Small

5.25%

92

50-year gold 5s 1937
M&N
Unified gold 4s 1940
J&J
1st & ref 5Ms 2003 ser A—A&O
1st & ref 5s 2003 ser B
A&O
1st & ref 4 Ms 2003 ser C—A&O
6
Eq tr 4Ms 1932-37 (year).J&D
b
Equip 6Ms 1932-36 (year) M&S
Eq tr 6s 32-35 (yr)
J&J15 6
Atl K & Cin Div 4s 1955 -M&N
Pad & Mem Div 1st 4s '46-F&A
S E & St L Div 6s 1971-M&S
2d mtge 3s 1980
M&S

45

Interboro-Met 1 See Public Utility

m

98"
5.25%

99M

& St Louis—
gold 5s 1940
J&J
Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge
Guaranteed gold 4s 1945—M&S
Louisville & Nashville—

45"

impt 4 Ha 1980
J&J
Indianap & Lou 1st 4s 1956—J&J

1st

97

98

1st mtge

30

Series B

mm m

82 M

Louisville Henderson

Ref &

Securities.
Internat-Great North Ry—
1st M g 6a 1952 series A—J&J
Adj M 6s July 1952 ser A-Aprll
1st M 5s 1956 series B
J&J
1st M 5s 1956 ser C
J&J
Eq tr 4 Ms 1932-42 (yr)„A&O b
Internal Rys (Central Ameriea)-

••

45M

58

50 M

F&A

Equip trust 5s 1932- 40(yr)M&S
b
Eq tr 4Mb '32-'44 F (yr)__M&N
Mo Pac (old)—Gen 4s 1976 M&S
Eq 6Ms 1932-'36 (year).-F&A
<:
Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (year)—J&J15
3d 7b ext co July 1938 at
4%
M&N
Mob & Blrm pr Hen 5s 1945—J&J

6%

1st M 5s 1969

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—

Inter

72
103

~6%

Branch—
Oct 1 1932—Q-J
I City & F con 5s 1937—M&N

42 M

Ind 111 & fa 1st g 4s 1950
Indianapolis Union—
Gen & refg 5s 1965 ser A—J&J

1st & ref 5s 1981 ser I

Conv g 5M»1949 ser A—M&N
Secured 5%a 1932-1956—J&D

93

Louslana & North Western—
1st M gold 5s 1935A&O

65

J&J
J&J
J&J

95

Louisiana & Arkansas—

77 M

(Concluded)

1st & ref 5s 1978 ser G_„M&N
1st & ref 5s 1980 ser H—A&O

99 X

1st cons 5s g

83

Mo Pacific RR

99

North Shore

60

—

Genl mtge 4s 1957
Gen mtge 4 Ms 1957

J&D
-——J&D
1934-_-J&D

Debenture gold 6s 1937-M&N
b
Equip tr 5s 1932-39 (yr)—A&O
Equip tr 6s 1932 (yr>
F&A b
Montauk Ext 5s 1945-..-.J&J

1st M ext 6s Mar 31 '40A.A&O

F&A
3d M consol 5s Mar 31 *40-A&O
85 M
Illinois Central—1st g 4s "51 -J&J
1st gold 3 Ms 1951
J&J
Main L ext 1st g 3 Ms '51-A&O
1st M £3s 1951
M&S If
1st M £4s 1951
A&O If
Tr bonds £3 Ms 1950
J&J If -—
40
Coll trust gold 4s 1952
A&O
Col tr L N O & T g 4s '53-M&N
Refmtge 5s 1955
M&N
Ref g 4s 1955 out 1918. M&N
Pur lines 1st g 3Ms 1952--J&J
Jt 1st ref M (IO&OSL&
N O) 5s 1963 ser A
J&D
Ser B 5a(£100 & £200)'63J&B If —
Series O 4Ms 1963
J&D
Gold 6Ms July 1 1936
J&J
3554
40-year 4M» Aug 1 1966--F&A

86M

88

4s 1938

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

Bid.

Lehigh & N Y 1st 4s 1945--M&S
&Misc.
Lehigh & Wilkes-B Coal—Seelnd
Lex & East 1st 6s 1965
A&O
Litchfield & Mad 1st 5s '34-M&N
Little Miami guar 4s 1962--M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry—
67
1st gold 4s 1939 guar
J&J
Long Dock 6s con g 1935—A&O
88 M
Long Island—Unified g 4/49M&S
79 X
Refunding g gu 4s 1949—M&S

Oumb

1st M g 4s 1951 guar
J&J
Housatonic con 5s 1937
M&N
Houston Belt & Term 5s '37-J&J
Houston Eart & West Texas—

bonds.

where marked "f" and Inoomo and defaulted

Bonds

Ask.

79

BONDS

RAILROAD
prlooa are Mand Interest" except

WOTIOB.—All bond

66.25%
84 M

Sale price.

—

8Q

RAILROAD
9OTI0S.—A1

bond p floss are

Bid.

Bonds

'and Interest

Atk.

Bonds

New York Ontario & Western—
Bef 1st g 4s June 1992
M&S

4234

4634

Registered $5.000 only.
Gen M g 4s 1956 red
J&D

4234

4634

92

96

Phila Wilm

N Y Pa & O p 1 434s 1935.-M&S
N Y Phil & Nor—1st g 4s *39 J&J
Income 4s Jan 1 1939
M&N
Stock trust ctfs 4s 1948—-J&D

89

Pine Creek guar 6s 1932
J&D
P B & L E con g 5s 1947
J&J
Pitts Char & Youghiogheny—
Gen mtge gtd 4s 1932—A&O
Pitts Cin Chic & St Louis—

86
81

N Y Prov & Bos 4s 1942
N Y & Put 1st 4s g 1993
N Y Susq & Western—

A&O

80
82

A&O

7734

1st refunding 5s 1937
2d mtge 434s 1937
Gen mtge 5s g 1940
Term 1st g 5s 1943

...J&J
F&A
F&A
M&N

48

a*
80

Con g gu 434s ser A 1940-A&O
do
Ser B 1942
A&O
do
Ser O 1942
M&N

58
60

do

46
92

Ser I 1963

do

4%s

do

20

10134
100

9034

92

A&O 65.25
J&J 65.25%
100
J&J

Gen & ref 5s 1974 ser A

M&S
Interest red to 434%
Nor Maine Seaport 5s 1935-A&0
Nor Ohio 1st gu 5s
g 1945-—A&O
Northern Pacific—

10234
10134
9234

90

98

9234
4.75%
4.75%
4.75%

95
73

78
63

82
75

7134

7734

5.50
5.50

5yo

5

10334
95

North Penna ext'd 4s 1936—M&N
Gen ft 3 3-10s 1963
J&J

92

82

Northwestern Terminal RR—-

/

20

Norwich & Wor—4^s 1947.M&S
Ogd & L Oh 1st g gu 4s 1948-J&J

25

56"

Ohio Connecting 4s 1943—M&S
O Ind & W g 5s Apr 1938

88

Ohio Riv RR—1st g
Gen gold 5s 1937Old Colony RR 4s 1938
334s July l 1932
1st M 534s 1944
1st M 5s 1945 series B
1st m 434s I960 series O

81*

Q-J
5s 1936. J&D

A&O
J&J

103
97

9834

J&J
F&A

v:&

J&D

95

J&J

92

Oregon-Wash RR & Nav—
1st & ref g gu 4s '61 opt—J&J
Pacific Coast Co—See Misc Bonds

8334
102

107

20

F&A

IP

Oardelet Br 1st 4Ha 1938.A&O

Paducah & 111 1st 434s 1955.J&J
9734
Pan American 1st 5s T34
op__J&J /
—
Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean RR—
Ext s f 6s 1958
10034
F&A15
S f extl 7s 1958
__M&S15
10334

Paris-Orleans extl 534s 1968 M&S
9534
6% franc bonds (foreign series)
red to 1956
J&D h $3834
Paterson Ext 1st 5s 1950
J&D
Paulista Ry 1st 7s '42serA M&S15
Pennsylvania Company—
Gu tr ctfs g 4s 1952—-M&N
80
Gu tr ctfs g 334s 1937
M&S
Gu tr ctfs g 334s 1941
F&A
Gu tr ctfs g 334s 1942
J&D
Gu tr ctfs g 334s 1944
J&D
8634

Sec g 434s 1963
M&N
Pa&NYCanal con 5s 1939.-A&O
Cons mtge 434s 1939
A&O

83

Cons mtge 4s 1939
A&O
Penn Ohio & Detroit RR—

ser

91

1968

69

55

62

A&O

5534

6734

91

mm.mm

91

mmmm

J&D

91

Portl (Me) Term gu 4s 1961-J&J
Guar 5s 1961
J&J
Port Reading 1st gu 5s 1941--J&J

79
85

Ports Gt F & Con 434s 1937. J&D
Potomac Val 1st gu 5s g 1941 J&J
Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
M&N
Prov Ter 1st g 4s gu 1956—M&S
Prov & Wore 1st 4s 1947.-A&O
Ral & Cape Fear 1st 5s 1943M&S
Ral & Charleston 4s 1956
F&A
Oonsol 4s 1956
F&A
Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1947--J&J
Ral & Southpcon 5s 1965
J&D

Raleigh & S W 1st 4s 1936—J&J
Raritan River 1st g 5s 1939- -J&J
Reading Company—
W& N A tr ctfs 4s red 105-Q-M
Jer Cent g 4s '51 op '06--A&O
Gen & ref 434s 1997 ser A. J&J
Gen & ref 434s 1997 sot B
J&J
Eq 5s (J&J) 1932 ser J
J&J
Eq 434s 1932-'45 (s-a) ..M&N
Phila & R—2d 5s g 1933—A&O
Imp M ext g 4s 1947._A&O
Cons ext gold 4s 1937--M&S
Term 5s g gu May 1 '41 Q-F
_

6%

g

&

-J&J „
A&O

5.50

5.50
5.50

6

f

^

Eq tr 6s *32-'35 (yr)

J&J 15
Pqrkiomen 1st 5s *18 ext to '38Q-J
2d 5s 1918 ext to 1938
Q-J
_

Phila & Bait Cent 4s 1951—M&N
Phila Bait & Wash 4s 1943—M&N
Gen 5s 1974 series B
—F&A
Gen M 434s 1977 ser O—J&J

5034

95"
1

•

;

t

mmmm

.

■

rnmmrn

001 HI
15"

——

mmmm

35

mm mm

35

45

75

....

99"

75

83

7834

8434
8034
5%
5%

78
5.40
5.40
97
90

95"

91

95

100

103

1941._M&N

Rich Fredericksb & Potomac—
Cons mtge 434s 1940
A&O

90

10034
104

75
89

1st g 4s Nov 11948
Rich & Peters
434s 1940

99

101

M&N

A&O

7434
95

10134

Rio Gr June 1st gu 5s 1939--J&D
Rio Gr So 1st g 4s 1940--J&J

1st g 4s guar 1940
Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939
1st coll tr 4s 1949 op

9634

J&J

4534

5% secured notes 1931—F&A
Equip tr 6s (s-a) 1932-37.F&A
Eqtr 534" 1932 (s-a)-—-A&O
Eq tr 5s 1932-1940 (s-a)—J&J

Eq tr 434s Jan15*32-40(s-a) J&D
Atlanta-Birmingham Div—
1st g 4s May 1 1933
M&S
Florida Ry—
1st gu 6s 1935 series A—F&A
Certificates of deposit
1st gu 6s 1935 ser B
F&A

Seab-All

Certificates of

deposit--

Seab & Roanoke 5s ext 1931.J&J
Seacoast RR of N J 5s '48. -A&O
Shamokin Sunbury & Lewisb'g
2d 6s gold July 1 1925 ext at
5% to July 1 1945
J&J
Shrev Bdg & Ter 5s '55 gu-F&A
Sierra Ry of California—
1st s f 6s g Apr 12 '37. A&O 12
Sioux City & Pac 334» 1936--F&A

92

Somerset

Ry 1st & ref 4s '55-J&J

60

1st M 4s July 2 1950
J&J
South Bound RR 1st 5s 1941A&0
S & N Ala cons M g 5s 1936.F&A

80

Southern 111 & Mo Bridge Co—
1st M g 4s 1951
M&N
South Indiana 1st g 4s 1951 -F&A
So Pacific Branch L 1st 6s '37A&0




45

Southern Pacific Co—
Coll tr 4s (O P) Aug 1 *49 J&D
1st
4 34»
(Oregon
Lines)
A
1977
M&J
Oonv g 5s 1934—J&D

68

fP
63**

40-year 434s 1968
M&S
60-year 434s 1981
M&N
434s 1969 with war
M&N
Equip 7s 1932-1935 (yr) J&D
Equip 5s 1932-1939 (yr)..M&N
Equip tr 5s 1931-38 (yr)-J&D
Eq tr 434s 1932-40 (yr)—J&D
Eq tr 434® '32-'41 (yr)
J&D
Pacific Fruit Express equip 7s
June 1 1932-1935 (yr)—J&D

63

5.50
5.50

5.50
5.50
5.50

5.50
5.50
5.50

Eq 5s '32-'39 O (yr)-*—M&S
Eq 5s *32-'41 D (yr)
A&O
Southern Pacific RR Oal—
1st con g 5s gu 1937
M&N
1st ref g 4s 1955 op 1910—J&J

95
82

Stamped Federal Tax.—_—
Southern Railway—
1st consol gold 5s 1994
J&J
Develop & gen M g 4s '56. A&O
Develop & gen 6s 1956—A&O
Develop & gen 634s 1956.A&O
Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (yr)
J&J 15
Eq tr 5s 1932-39 (s-a)
M&S
Eqtr 434s Oct' 32-'39 (s-a) A&O
E Tenn reorg lien 5s 1938 M&S
1st Mem Div g 5s 1996
J&J
St Louis Div 1st g 4s 1951-J&J
Aiken Br 1st g 4s 1998
J&J
L & N So Joint g 4s—See L & N
Mobile & O coll tr 4s '38-M&S

86*
55

58

6%
5.75
5.75

50
63

Spartanburg Un Col 4s '95--J&J
Spokane Falls & Nor 6s *39.-J&J
SpoK Internat 1st g 6s 1955.J&J
Staten Isl Ry 434s 1943
J&D
Stephenv N&S Tex 5s '40 op.J&J

62

63 "
59

50

60

80

Sunbury Hazleton & W-B—
2d mtge inc 6s 1938 coup.M&N

3534
5634

9234
85

Alton Bridge 1st g 4s '51--J&J
St Clair Term 1st 5s 1932—F&A
St Johns & L Cham 5s 1944.M&S
St J Gr Isl 1st g 4s 1947—J&J
St Lawr & Adirond 5s

35"
32

93"

70
8734

—J,
•

2d gold 6s 1996

A&O

^
90

St Louis Iron Mt & Sou—

Riv & Gulf Div 4s 1933—M&M
St L Peo & N W 5s 1948
J&J
St Louis-San Fran (reorganized).
Prior lien 4s 1950 series A..J&J

3734
2034
6.75

Louis Southwestern—
1st g 4s 19892d g Inc 4s Nov 1989
1st consol g 4s 1932

68""

M&N
J&J

J&D

Eq tr 534s 1932-1939 (s-a) M&S
Equip tr 434s 1932-1945—J&J

5%

8*

33

Eq tr 6s 1932-'34 (yr)—J&J 15
Eq tr 5s 1932-'37(year)—M&S
Eq 434s 1932-'41 BB (yr).F&A
St

79

9834

Prior lien 5s 1950 series B..J&J
Cons in 434s 1978 ser A. -M&S

8534
10334
92

5%
5%

72

6.75
6.75

85*

3434
3834
2134
6%

El
69

32

35

S*
32

65
34

6.50

5.50%
5.50%

6.50

St Paul & Duluth—

1st consol g 4s 1968
J&D
St Paul East Gr Tr 434 s *47—J&J
St P & K O Sh 434s 1941—F&A

94
94

5634

65

92

1st consol g 4s 1933

1st consol g 68 1933
J&J
1st cons red to 434s K 1933-J&J
Montana ext 1st 4s 1937.J&D
Pacific Ext 1st 4s £ 1940—J&J

55
50
52

100
98
96

9334
99

89

—J&J

St Paul Union Depot—
1st & ref 5s 1972
J&J
Salt Lake City Un Dep & RR—
1st M 5s 1938
M&N
S A & Ar Pass g gu 4s 1943.J&J
San Fran & San Joaquin Val—

1st g 5s Oct 1 1940
A&O
San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950—A&O

75"

9934
102

IP
8034

99

90

9234
100

accrued Interest,

& Gulf Coast—
1st g 5s 1953
A&O
Tampa North 1st 5s '36 op.J&J
Temiskaming & Nor Ont Ry Com
Deb 4s 1939-1968
F&A
Tennessee Central Ry—
1st m 6s 1947 ser A
A&O
Term RR Assn (St Louis)—
1st gold 434« 1939
A&O
1st consol gold 58 1944—F&A
Gen ref s f g 4s '53 op '10- J&J
Terre Haute & Peor 5s 1942.M&S

6

103
11
20

46

80
'mmmm

100
99

80

-

Texarkana & Ft Smith—
1st

m

_F&A

534s 1950 guar

6034

6934

48

Texas City Term 6s 1941-J&J26
Texas & N O con 5s 1943—-J&J
Texas & Pac 1st 5a 2000-J&D
2nd inc g 5s Dec 2000
Mar
Gen & ref 5s 1977 ser B.-.A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1979 ser C—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser D
J&D

50

97
mm

m

m

m m

94

mm

75

58

73

6234

Tex Pac-Mo Pac Term RR—
1st M g 534s 1964
M&S
Tol Can Sou & D 1st 4s '56.-J&J
Tol & Ohio Cent. 1st 5s 1935.J&J

6834

58

.

Eq tr 5s 1932-1939
-M&N 6
Eq tr 434s 1932-42 (yr)—.A&O b
Eqtr 434a 1932-43 (yr)—.F&A b

66

6.25
6.25
6.25

9034
75
90

West Div 1st 5s g 1935—-A&O
Gen gold 5s 1935—
J&D
St Mary's Div 4s g 1951..F&A

tmmmm

5.50%
5.50%
5.50%
92

80
100
98

-

'

102

5*75

Eq tr 6s 1932-1935 (yr)_J&J15 6
Toledo Peoria & Western RR—
lstm. 68 1952
J&J
Toledo St Louis & Western—

-----

1st gold 4s Apr 1 1950
A&O
Tol Term 1st 434s *57 gu—.M&N

76

102

104

5.25%
70
78

82"

85

86

1st g gu 4» 1942 ser O
M&S
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo—
1st gold 4s June 1

88

Consol

85

m

1946-—J&D
434s 1966 ser A..F&A

Ulster & Del
8tamped

h Dollars per 1.000-franc bond,

35"

Tol Walh Valley & Ohio—
1st g gu 434* 1933 ser B—.J&J

90
74

8234

2034

9734
97

65" Tampa

1996--J&J

70
-mmmm

mmmm

Suffolk & Oar con 5s 1952. --J&J
Sun & Lewis 1st g 4s 1936
J&J

cons

as

it Last sale.

I In London,

n

90"

5s 1928—J&D

to Dec 1930 int

Ctfs of dep

/ This price Includes

60
15

Gen cons gu g 5s 1963
A&O
So Pac Coast 1st g 4s 1937--J&J

Stpd as to Dec
1st ref gold 4s 1952
t Basis.

55

-

87

98
94
92

Phila Newt & N Y 3s 1942—A&O
70
Phlla & Read O & I—See Ind & M Isc

Certificates of deposit.
1st & cons 6s 1945 ser A.-M&S
Certificates of deposit

45

St Clair Mad & St Louis Belt—

48

90*

Stamped
Certificates of deposit
Adj mtge 5s Oct 1 1949—F&A
Ref gold 4s 1959 opt
A&O

J&J

8334
50

A&O

A&O
R I Ar & La 434s 1934
M&S
Rock Island-Frisco Term Ry—
1st m 434s 1957
J&J
Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949
J&J
Rutland con 434s 1941
J&J

St Paul Minn & Manitoba—

80

95

J&J

-

95

Saratoga—

bds May 1

1st term & unif 5s 1952—J&J

6634

6
6

83"

Richmond-Washington Co—
Coll tr g gu 4s 1943 opt—J&D

97
85
93

80

7834

J&D

F&A

9034

94
83

9134

87

90
55

J&D

1st M 5s 1962 series B
1st gen 5s 1974 series O
1st 434* 1977 ser D

9434

10234

85

Richmond Term Ist 5s 1952--J&J

8934

J&D

Deb 434s 1970
Eq tr 5s 1932-38 (yr)
M&S
Gen equip 5s 1932-39 (yr) A&O
Eqtr 4348,1932-39 (yr)—.A&O
Peor & East cons 4a 1940--A&O
2d cons inc 4s 1990
Apr 1
Peoria & Pekin Union Ry—
1st g 534 s 1974 series A—.F&A
Peoria Ry Ter 4s '37 gu op_—J&J
Pere Marquette Ry—
ist g 5s July 1956 Ser A-J&J
1st g 4s July 1956 ser B-J&J
1st 434s 1980 ser O
M&S

—

Pitts Young & Ash—
1st gen 4s series A 1948

91

m 434s 1981 ser
D—A&O
15-yr 634s Feb 1 1936
F&A
40-yr 5s 1964
M&N

99

J&D
A&O

913

Gen

Con M 334sg £ 1945

1st m 434s 1958 ser A
1st m 434s 1959 ser B
1st M 434s 1960 ser O

88

A-A&O

4s gold
stamped dollar bond
do
434s g 1960
F&A
Gen g 434s 1965
J&D
Gen g 5s Dec 1

PIttsb Term RR & Coal—
1st g guar s f 5s 1942
J&J
Pitts Va & Char gu 4s 1943 M&N
Pitts & West Va Ry—

97"

98

M&M
M&N
1948 sterling

do

80

10134

97"

Equip 6s Jan T5 *32-'35-J&J 15
Richmond & Mecklenburg—

90

„

1st & ref 4 34s 1977

75

30
94
95

„

Pennsylvania RR—
Con M 4s gold 1943
do
4s gold 1948

52"

7634

Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd—

„

95

87

42"

& Shawmut—
1st s fg 5s 1959
J&D
P S & L E 1st g 5s 1940
A&O
Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943--J&J

Rensselaer

72

Pac of Mo 1st ex g 4s 1938—F&A
2d ext 5s gold 1938
J&J
St L R E 1st 5s 1938
M&N
„

94

J&J

J&J

—

Ont & Que deb gu 5s
perp
J&D If 93
Ore RR & Nav cons 4s 1946. J&D
82
Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1946—J&J
1st cons guar 5s 1946
102
J&J

s f 634s 1948

8834

Pitts Shaw & N—1st g 5s *49 F&A
Gold 4s Feb 1 1952
F&A
6% receivers' ctfs 1927-_-F&A

5834
7334

80
72

Eq tr 434s 1932 (yr)
F&A15 6
Eqtr 434* 1932-*40 (yr)M&S15 6

1st M

8954

5.25%

79

5634

No Pac Ter Co 1st 6s 1933-J&J
No Ry of Oal 5s g gu 1938—A&O

„

8834

6%
99 %
99

102

1st M 5s 1977

9934
10034

81

10234

Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997
Q-J
Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047
Q-F
Ref & Imp 434* 2047 ser A. J&J
Ref & imp 6s 2047 ser B—J&J
Ref & imp 4s 2047 ser O—_J&J
Ref & Imp 5s 2047 ser D—J&J

_

F&A

Eq tr 6 34s 1932-35 (yr)—A&O

1st M s f 5s July 1 1937
Sav Fla & W 1st 6s 1934

—

9534

Pittsburgh

9434

.M&N 65.25

Northeast of S O 6s 1933
Northern Central—

96
97

1964...M&N

Pitts McK & Y 6s 1932
2d 6s guar 1934—*

Norfolk & Western
Impt & exten 6s 1934
F&A
New River 1st 6s 1932
A&O
N & W Ry 1st con 4s '96-A&0
DIv 1st lien & gen g 4s July 1
1944 opt Jan 1 1929
J&J
N & W Pocahontas 4s *41. J&D

Eqtr 4 34s 1932 (yr)
Eq tr 434s 1932 (yr)
Ed tr 434s 1932- 35

22
70
40

Bid.

1st M g 5s 1934
A&O
Sav & States 1st g gu 5s 1953. J&J
Scioto Val & N E 1st 4s 1989 M&N
Seab Air Line 1st g 4s 1950-A&O

95

Gen M 434s 1977 ser O—-J&J
Pitts & Lake Erie

do

95

2034

J

100

98

77

69

10234

Norfolk Southern—
1st & ref g 6s '61 opt '15-F&A
Norf & South 1st 5s 1941.M&N
1st gen g 5s 1954 opt
J&J
Norfolk Ter 1st gu 4s 1961—M&N

ser

96

do
334" ser E 1949--F&A
Gen M 5s l1
1970 ser A—J&D
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B
A&O

do

62

J&J

Bonds

2234

89

do

A&O
A&O

Atk.

Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenixlst g 5s 1942
M&S
Sault Ste Marie Bridge—

4s ser D 1945—M&N
4s ser F 1953
J&D
4s ser G 1957—M&N
4s ser H 1960—-F&A

Bos Ry—

1st M g 434s 1946 guar
Nord Ry s f 634s I960
Norfolk & Oar 5s 1939

Bid.

and Income and defaulted bonds.

& Bait—

Debenture g 4s 1932-——A&O
Philippine Railway—
1st p 4s 1937 s f opt gu
J&J

92

85

BONDS

whsr* marked "f

exoept

m
r 5934

1930 int 1
A&O

Nominal,

r

Sale

6534

62

63"

35

44

price.

I

EAILROAiD BONDS AND

Bonds and

Bid.

StockB.

™

—

9234
8234
100
8634

92J4

90""
77.

J&J
'

Ask.

75

J&D

77

5.40

M&N

5.40

4

J&D

5.40

5%

5.40

15

Bq tr 7s 1932-'35 (yr)

Union Terminal Oo (Dallas)—
1st g 5s 1942 opt 1922
a&O
United N J RR & Oanal Oo—

5%

90

100

8834

Series B 1957—
Vera Cruz & Pacific RR—

50

85

(stpd)

-

dx

d

8634

67

5934
13734

x

142
20

12

.100

Preferred

60

45

55

98

95 34

86

33""

52

5.50%
8434

6534

-

55

Ik*
70

65
65

40

45

88

2d pref (guar P & R)
50
Oayuga & Susq (gu D L & W) _ 30
Central of New Jersey—
100
Ohesapeake Oorp
—(t)
Chesapeake & Ohio common
25

42

9234
2034
2834

20

28
100

100

io"

Ohic & East Illinois common. 100
Preferred
100

5
4

Chicago Great West com.—.100
Preferred
100
Ohic Ind & Loulsv common—100
Preferred
.—100
Ohic Milw St P & Pacific—
Common
(t) d

6.25

7% preferred

Des M Div 1st g 4s 1939--J&J
Toledo & Ohic 4s g 1941-M&S
Omaha Dlv 1st 334s g '41. A&O
Wabash Ry—

51

6% preferred
Chicago St Paul Minn & O
Preferred
Cine New Orl & Texas Pacific
Preferred

39

2534
2234

Ref & gen 5s 1970 ser B..P&A
Ref & gen 4 34" 1978 ser O. A&O
Ref & gen 5a 1980 ser D..A&0

60

~

g guar

84

88

92

91
54

5034

6.25

5.50%

78""

75"

Preferred

-

16

24

100

34

30
70
130
82

9734

98

100

2534
30

634
57
5

78

55

d

35

d

55

834
1134

3

1st preferred

8
d

55

d

Erie & Kalamazoo (guar)
Erie & Pitts (guar Pa RR)

::::

50

Preferred.

---

•

85

35
96

mm

— •

80

Wllm & Nor 1st 5s 1927 extended
8

J&D

92

L

Q-F

97

100

90

2234

Great Northern Ry-

1434

d

94

1st gold guar 4s 1960
J&J
Winston-Salem Terminal Oo—
39

20

4334

31
48

20
Preferred

]

Huntingd & Broad Top v t c.

1st g 4s 1951—M&N
Sup & Dul Div 4s 1936
M&N
pur mon

35
Worcester Nash & Roch—See Bo ston &
Yosemite Val s f g 5s 1930—J&J
2d 5s 1936
J&J

42
Maine.

Preferred

d
a

v t c

1334
25

20

? 1

35
Stk tr ctfs—See RR Securs Co
Int & Great North Ry v t c—-10C

RAILROAD STOCKS.
Ala Great Southern com
Preferred

Alabama Tenn & Nor

com

Preferred

Par

50 d
50 d
100

30

40
50

40

Internat Rys (Oent Am) com. (tl d
Com vot trust ct&„
(tj d
Preferred
10C

Kal

—100
160
Albany & Susquehanna (guar) 100
2
Alleghany Oorp
(t d
4
Pref (with $30 warrants)
10
4
Pref (with $40 warrants)—100

$40 warrants
Allegheny & West (guar.)
Atch Top & Santa Pe

334

100

180'
i'
.

234
5
534
534

90

85

25

Lackawanna RR of N J

60
d

9234
79

(I

betterment stk..

d
d

82

78
Atlanta Birm & Ooast pref...100
145
Atlan & Ohar Air L (guar)....100
50
Atlanta & West Point
100
Atlantic Ooast L Oo of Oonn__50 d
44
Atlantic Ooast L RR com
100
Id 75
Atlantic 1st leased lines rent tr.

Spec

82
160

Augusta & Savannah (guarl—100

guar

1534

/f

Preferred

95"

100
100

10

Kansas Oity Southern
Preferred

Little Miami original guar

d

100

Preferred

134
11

90

Allegan & Gr Rap (gu

Alabama & VIcksburg

Pref without warrants

'234

150

1

100

d

94

80
68

-

65

60
60
20

2334
334
100

234
1034
1034

Eastern—.——---100
Marquette Ry com
100

50

125"
135

134

6%

100

preferred

St Louis Southwestern...
Preferred
-

100

/----} 00

-

75
30

-

-

i
10

90
Saratoga & Schenectady (gu)-100
34
23"" Seaboard Air Line common... 100
15
Preferred
100
d
60
Sharon.....
50
34.
14
Southern Pacific Co
100
1&
1434 Southern Ry common
100
1634
22
Preferred
100
20
Mob & Ohio stk tr ctfs
100
3134
75
68
Southwestern of Ga (guar)—100
d
Tennessee Central Ry com—(t)
Convertible preferred
100
15
100
1434 Texas & Pacific
d
50
50
Troy & Gr'bush (gu NY O)— 50
90
Tunnel RR of St Louis...—100
40
82
Union Pacific—Common
100
6334
Preferred
100
195
-4" United N J RR & Oanal (gu)-100
90
3
Utica Chen & Susq Val (gu).100
20
15
Utica Clinton & Binghamton.100
83
34 Valley RR (N Y) (guar)
100
175
Vermont & Mass (guar)
100 x 111
100
Vicksb Shrevep & Fac com—100
Preferred
100
100
50
1234 Virginian Railway com..
100
27
Com vot tr certificates....
"534
65
Wabash Railway
—100
7
Preferred A
100
16
Preferred B
—————100
*5
86" Warren N J (guar D L & W). 50
7
35
Western Maryland Ry com—10G
1st preferred
100
"6
2d preferred.——.—
100
334
Western Pacific RR Corp.—100
6
Preferred
—100
51
West Jersey & 8ea Sh—Com. 50

35^

-—

Preferred.

1st M gold 5s 1966
A&O
Wis Cent Ry—1st M g 4s '49 J&J
1st & ref 4s 1959
A&O
Marshfteld & South East Div

50

70
120

Preferred (guar Penn ER)—100
d
70
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie—-— 50
d
45
Pittsb McK & Yough (guar) — 50
15
110
Pittsb & West Va common..-100
115
60
Pitts Youngst & Asht pref—100
Prov & Worcester (guar)
100
Railroad Securities Oo—
834
4 % HI Oent stk ctf 1952—1000
H
d
4434
Reading Company
50
d
3134
60 8
1st preferred
50
d
30
40
2d preferred
.
--50
115
60
Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar) .100
135
934 Rich Fred & Potom—Com—.100
135
Dividend obligations
100
1234
150
10
6% guaranteed..
100
155
65
7% guaranteed
——100
65
60
Roch & Genesee Val RR—-—100
65
Rome & Clint (gu D & H)—100
9
Rutland pref
100
90
95" St Louis Bridge 1st pref
100
2nd preferred—-——
100
St Louis-San Francisco Ry
100

.—.

.

w

834

....

97

Genjg 5s Aug 1 1932

d

2734
35

165"

155

Georgia RR & Bank Oo (gu)—3
Georgia Southern & Florida..]
1st preferred
.....]

Id

70

mm--

34
d

78

110

mm--

10

Preferred
...]
East Penna (guar P&R)
Elmira & W'ins port (guar)
Preferred (guar Nor Cent).
Erie—Common
1

234
13034

——

87

-

85
61

634
x

Pittsburgh Bess & Lake Erie— 50
d
Preferred
50
Pitts Oinc Ohic & St Louis.-.100
Pitts Ft W & Ohic com (gu)—100

75
145

d

Denv & Rio Gr West pref— .100
Denver & Salt Lake
(t) d

90
83

2634

-100
100
100

stubs—r.

11034

j

2834

d

,

d

57**
ll*

Preferred
100
Prior preferred- — ---100 d 1834
110
Phila Germ & Norris (guar)— 50
190
Phila & Trenton (to Pa RR)-100
d
25

12

d

Delaware Lack & Western—
DdftWftrc

Pere

2134

24

100
50 d

(guar OH4 D)_.

<mm

6

100

d

Peoria &

■

2l"

Id

Oswego & Syrac (gu D L & W) 60
Passaic & Dei Ext——
100
Paterson & Hudson River
501
Paterson & Ramapo
50
Pennsylvania RR
—
50
Pennroad Oorp v t c_.
... (t)
Peoria & Bureau Val (guar)—100

—

^

34
100

d
50
N J) .100
100
Old Colony (gu NYNH&H)—100
W115
Ontario & Quebec
———.100

43
^

33

Ogden Mine RR (gu On

—

40

Preferred.
55

—

22
100
22
100
50 d 115
100

78""

Wil & Wei gen g 5s 1935
J&J
Gen mtge g 4s 1935
J&J
Winston-Salem Southbound—

-

57
20

North Pennsylv (gu P & R)— 50
Norwich & Worcester pref— .100

95

32

...

Day ton & Mich com (guar)

74*

1st 5s 1980
J&J
Wichita Palls & Northwestern—
1st 5s Jan 1939
J&J
1st & ref g 5s 1940 opt
J&J
Wichita Union Terminal Ry—
1st g gu 434s 1941 opt
M&N
Wilkes & E 1st g 5s 1942—J&D
W111& 8 P 1st 5s g 1938
J&D
Wilm & Newb 4s 1947
P&A

-

-

30

(guar So RR)- -100
d
Northern Oent (guar Pa RR)- 50
North'n N H (guar B & M)—100
Northern Pacific Ry—------100
North RR of N J (guar Erie)-100 ,

75"

6034

49

W Va & Pitts 1st 4s g 1990—A&O
Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
1st consol gold 4s 1949
M&S
Ref M 434s series A 1966-M&S
Ref gold 5s series B 1960-M&S
Eq tr 6s Jan 15 1932-35 —J&J
Wheeling Term 4s 1940
P&A
White & Black River Valley—

•

6534

Preferred-..
Cuba RR preferred

i g*
2!H

N^Carolina

225"

106

-

Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry

47

Prior Hen stock 7%

80

Preferred

0%

100
100
100

85

1
ft Basis.

/This price includes accrued interest,




k Last sale.

I In London,

n

Nominal,

s Sale price,

u Ex-rights,

H
3
10

2

100
100

y^ntSl?S?We«tff nil II

Northern Securities Co

Oleve Oinc Chicago & St L—100
Preferred
100
Oleve & Pitts (guar Pa RR)— 60 d
Betterm't stk (guar Pa RR) 50 d
Oolorado & Southern
100

87

/»::

West Snore 1st 4s 2361
J&J
W Side Belt 1st g 5s 1937..M&S

2334
1934

206"

52

34

134

50

60

9834

b

25
13

18

100

Cripple Greek Central

53
58

'mm mm

50

Preferred
N Y Lack & West (guar)
N Y New Haven & Hartf

Norfolk & Western Ry

9

2034

Oonsol RRs of Cuba pref-...

88

mmmm

15

48

100

0% preferred
N Y & Harlem com (gu)

434

1234

100

1st preferred

85

.M&S

3

20

.100
100
100

2d preferred
Columbus & Xenia (guar)
Oonn & Pass Rlv pref

10

d

100

N Y Chic & St Louis com

Norfolk Southern——

234
434
834

1.000

d

New Orleans Great North..—100
New Orl Texas & Mexico
100
New York Central RR——-.100
Dividend payable in London—

N

50
90

89

d

Ry
50
Nashv Chafct & St Louis.-—-100
Nashv & Decatur (gu L & N)_ 2o
National Rys of Mex 1st pref-100
2d preferred
—100
New London Northern—
100

50
40

Olnc Sandusky & Oleve pref
50 d
Gin Union Term 5% pref
.100

25

Warren 1st refg 3 34« 2000—P&A
Wash Cent 4s Mar 1948
Q-M
Wash & Oolum Riv 4s 1935—J&J

434
1334

13

.

6034

42

37

Chicago & North WesternPreferred
100
Ohic R I & Pacific common—100

6.25

75
75

70
37

3034

Eq tr 0s 1932-'35 (year).J&J15 b
Eq tr 434s 1932-42 (yr)—J A&O b
Det & Onic ext 1st g 5s '41.J&J

50

Mobile & Ohio—See Southern
Morris & Essex (guar)—

1434

Chicago Burl & Quincy
8934
8734
5.50%

Eq tr 534s 1931-38 (yr)__J&D
West Ry or Ala 1st 4 34s '58 A&O

3
28

45

100 d
—25 d
Preferred
100 Id
Oaro Clinchfleld & O com 4%.100
Common stamped 5%
100
Oatawissa RR—1st pref (guar) .50

85
80

2d gold 5s 1939
p&A
Deb mtge 0s series B 1939.J&J
1st lien term gold 4s 1954-J&J
Ref & gen 534s 1975 A—M&S

J&J
334s Jan 1954 op 1924
Wasfi Term Oo—334s 1945-.F&A
1st gold 4s 1945 guar
P&A
Washington & Vandemere—
1st 4
1947
p&A
West Jersey & Sea Shore—
Oonsol gold 4s 1930
J&J
Cons 334s g series B 1930—J&J
West Maryland 4s 1952
A&O
1st & ref 534s 1977 ser A..J&J
West N Y & Penna 5s 1937..J&J
Gen mtge gold 4s 1943
A&O
Income g 5s Apr 1943
Nov 1
Western Pacific RR Oorp—

"234

Oanadian Pacific

75

——------

850

Preferred
100
Missouri Pacific com
100
Preferred
100
Mobile & Birm pref (guar).—100

Canada Southern

T"

100
100
100
50

—

23

...

23

—

16134

d

500

45

4% leased line ctfs
100
Mississippi Central——-—100
Mo-Kan-Tex RR com—-(no par)

75

d

28"

26"
d

(gu)— 50
Minneapolis & St Louis...—100
Minneapolis St P & S S M—-100
Preferred
-100

60
30
75

amden & Burl Ry Sec Oo.—(t)
§runswick Ter &Oo (guar)—.—25

100

d 400

Minehill & Schuyl Hav

Bost & Prov (guar Old Ool)—100
Boston Rev Beach & Lynn.-.100

43

90

—

80

stamped—
stamped
stamped
stamped
stamped

38

d

100
100

Preferred

75

50

A
B
O
D
E

(guar)—100
Loulsv Hend & St L pref.—100
Louisville & Nashville—-—100
Mahoning Goal RR--—
50
Pref (guar L S & M S)
50

Maryland & Pennsylvania
Massawippi Valley Ry
Michigan Central
Midland Valley com

65

unstamped-100
unstamped. 100
unstamped-100
preferred D unstamped-100
preferred E unstamped-100

1st preferred A
1st preferred B
1st preferred O

Goal (gu) 50

Maine Central—

85

Eq tr 434s 1932-1940(yr)-J&J
Eqtr 5s 1932-1938 (yr)—M&N
Wabash RR—1st g 5s 1939-M&N

434% to 1977—

Boston & Maine com

1st preferred

P&A
M&N

1st M gold 5s 1902 opt—.M&N
1st m 4Mb 1902 ser B—.M&N

at

35

1st preferred

J&J
July 191'
l4coupon on
July 1914 coupon off.
1st gold 434" 1934 assenting... /
Vermont Vail 1st 434« 1940--A&O
VIcksburg Bdge & Term Oo—
1st M s f 0s 1958
M&S
VIcksburg Shreveport & Pacific—
Pr lien 0s *15 ext 5% '40-M&N
Gen 6s May 1 1941
M&N
Virginia Mid gen 5s 1930..M&N
Va & Southwest 5s 2003—-J&J
1st cons g 5s 1958-.
A&O
Virginian Railway—

1st M 5s 1946 series A

30

1st preferred
1st preferred

80

1st gold 4Kb 1934 opt

Washington Oo Ry 1st

d

1st
Prior pref
1st preferred

Vandalla RR—

Oong 4s 1955 series A

x

2434
8334

27

—.100

Preferred

1st

General gold 4s 1944
M&S
Gen 1st g 334« Mar 1 '51.M&S
Utah Pueil—See Ind & Misc.
Utah & Northern—
1st 7s *08 ext at 4% to '33-J&J
Utica Clin & Bing 6s 1939—J&J

Lit Schuyl Nav RR &
Louis & Mo Riv pref

38

37

N Y O)
50
Belgian Nat Rys Oo
American shares partic pref.
Boston & Alb (guar N Y O)— 100

Bangor Aroostook com
Beech Greek (guar

..

M&S

„

25

100
.100

Preferred

Atk.

Bid.

Stocks.

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

Stocks.
Bait & Ohio—Common

Union Pacific—
1st ry & land gr 4s g 1947—J& J
1st & ref 4s June 2008
„M&8
1st & ref 5a June 2 2008--mas

40-year 434" 1907
40-year 4s 1908

marked "I" and Income and defaulted bonds.

"and Interest" except where

son ok.* -AH bond prloes art

81

STOCKS

t No par value.

Investment trust Stocks and Bonds
NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and interest"
except where marked "I" and income and defaulted bonds.

Stocks and Bonds.

Bid.

Par.

Ask.

Per

ABO Trust shares, Series D..—

25
4$

Series E
Aldred Invest Tr 4 Ms Dec 1967.
4Kb 1968
All America Investors Oorp—
See Standard All Amer

U

40

45
45

40

ii "

Stk Tr Shares
American British & Oont com_(t)

4k

3U

(t)

10
50

Deb g 5s 1953
...F&A
Amer. Capital Oorp A...—
Glass B

20
53

53 k
28

2M

2k

s

4

6

49

s

50

s

3M

4M
20

llx

12

'Ik

Ooll tr • f 6s 1968 ser A
J&J
Amer Founders
Oorp common ...

"lk

Warrants..................—
,—50

14"

50

17
25
2c.

140ths

170ths
Amer & Gen Sec com class A_(t
Common class B
,(t

S3 preferred
Amer Insuranstocks Oorp
Amer Investors Inc com B
Warrants

x

7c.
4c.

5,

'

k

x

mmmm

31

"2M

lk

;J
(t)

3

3M
k

M

Amer & Overseas pref
Amer. Util. & Genl Oorp A.
Glass B V t c

....

"3"
k

(t)

Preferred—
....——
Associated Stand. Oil Shs
Atlantic & Pac Int com w w._
(t)
Preferred w w
60

k

14

15

Scrip

1

Atlantic Securities com
(t)
Warrants
Preferred
Aviation Sec Oorp of N E
Bancomit Oorp.—..
Bankers Nat Investing com A
Bankers Sec Oorp of Am.

II

—

5

26

31

1

2M
16
3

Preferred
Bail kin stocks Holding
Oorp—(T)
Bankstocks Oorp of Md cl
A—(t)
Glass B
10
Preferred
50
.

........

Chain Store Invest
Oorp new
Preferred
Chartered Investors-—-—
Preferred.
Chelsea Exchange
Oorp cl A

4

6
62
1

57

k

Glass B

k

Colonial Inves tors shares
Commonwealth Trust Shares
Continental Metropol Oorp
Continental Secur Oorp
com—(t)
Preferred
100
I Debenture 5s May 1 1942
'*

2

10
30

47

Without warrants

Corporate Trust

47

IX
4V

(t)
100
100

4

shares

3.

New series

Corporation
Common

...

Credit Alliance class A
5 Ms 1938
Crura & Forster Inc B

6

(t)

6

79

18

22

93

18

96
22

82

86

4k

Bank Shares ser N Y.
Insur Shs ser A
Bank Shs N Y ser A.

3k

B shares
O shares

Eastern Utilities Investing
Oorp—
Oommon A
(t)
Deb 5s 1954 with warr M&S 15
$6

Shareholdings Oorp com.(
conv

pref with

Equity Oorp

warr

.(

t No

par value,

k Last sales,




5k
s

32M
5
51

21M
4Q

com

Preferred

"3 k

1956

s

1

33„
5k

65

18M|

Shares.———

Oorp A com—(t)

k\

............-(J)

20

---50

Second Nat Inv Oorp unit ctfs
Oommon

45

.............—

(t)
Convertible preferred..—
Preferred
(f
Guardian Investors com—...(t
$6 units..
S3 units..
$7 preferred
Debenture 5s series A 1948—
—

9M

Preferred
Securities Corp General com—

11M

...

...-

40

Gude Winmill Oorp—........

Hydro Elec Sec com
5% preferred class B

$7 first preferred

6% preferred
Selected Amer shares
Selective Cumulative Shares
Selected Income shares

.....

...

-

Selected Industries com——— (t)
Prior preferred

—

10

(t)

Allotment ctfs (unstamped)
Allotment ctfs (stamped)—
Selected Management Trustee eh.
—

A—10

—

Shawmut Association
—(t)
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust..—(t)

.

4MB

Utility Invest

6s with warrants

Shenandoah Oorp
Convertible

—---------vTl

Oommon B

—-—(T)

$3 preferred allot certificates—
Spencer Trash Fund Inc.——(t)
Standard All Amer Corp

F&A

49

Standard Amer. Tr. shares...—
Standard Ooll Trust shares
Standard

30
25

—

.......—-

—

Sterling Sec

3

5

23
6

53

Oommon

A—

com

Joint Investors class A
(t)
Convertible preferred
-60
Leaders of Industry—Series A
Series B
.........
Series O

2M

2

(t)
$3 cum conv 1st pf
—50
Super Corp of Amer class A-..—
Class C
Class D
Third National Investors
Tri-Contineotal Oorp

6%

...—

—-

(7
-(1

pref

10
Warrants
Trusteed Amer. Bank shares
Trusteed N Y O Bank shares
Trustee Stand Invest ser O—...
Class DTrustee Standard Oil shares A—
cum

...

35
4

-

3

2k
3V

-

Trustee Standard Util Shs
Trust Shares of America
Twentieth Century Fixed Tr

2

—

———

Series B

....

17

Metal & Mining Shares com—(t)
Mohawk Investing Oorp

Two-Year Tr shares

Mutual Investment Trust
Mutual Management com.—.—

United Founders

2k
2k
17

(+1

...

———

United Fixed Shares

—

—

Preferred
100
National Re-investing Corp——
Nat'l Short Term Sec com A—(t)

2M

6X
3M

__—.—

New Jersey Bankers Securities—
N Y Bank & Trust Shares

—

34ll

...—

78

3k

Class B
North American Trust shares

-—

(t)

common

1-7 OthUnited Bank Trust
United Insur Trust
U S & British Internat class A. (t)
Class B
(t)
Preferred
--

27
——

~2

Nationwide Sec Oo tr ctf B

2~95

Deb g 5s 1948

«i.tr

M&N

U S Elec Light & Pow tr ctf A— -\x
Trust ctfs ser B
U 8 Elec Pow Oorp com w war(
-

U S &

Foreign~Securitles

*

com.('

$0 1st preferred...

(
U S Overseas com with war—(
Certificates of deposit.
U S Shares O 3

—

2.40
2.40

No Am Utility Securities com (t)
Oil Shares units
Old Colony Invest Trust com.(f)

J*

8M
3

Debenture 4M8 Feb * 1947
Debenture 4Ms Dec 15 1952—

Price per share, not per cent.

—It)

B—

$1.20 preferred—.

Class B

"2M
60
60
§0

4%

National Trust Shares.

warr—

Ex-warrants.
>eb 6Ms 1939
F&A 15
Standard Oil Trust shares A
Class B
State St Invest Oorp—...
-——

19

5k
4M

5k\

.

83
83
83
83

—

—...
—

$5.50 preferred
Deb 5s Mar 1 1937 with
55

—

tlons
Corporations

Standard Holding C
Oorp cl A—(t)
Standard Investing Oorp com.(t)
ig

X

Investors Trustee Shares
Jackson & Curtis Invest Trust—
Jackson & Ourtis 8ec Oorp pref—

Nat Industries Shares
National Investors

501

& Share-

Common A

warr..(f)

Low-Priced Shares
Major Shares Oorp
Massachusetts Investors

1952
oommon... (t)

preferred

[Southern Bond

(t)

com

1942
1952

5s!

M&N
North & South Amer Oorp cl A(t)

8k
k
2k
4k

—

shares

Elec

6% preferred

Preferred
Guardian Investment

Niagara Snare Oorp (Md)
Oonv deb 5 Ms 1950

ri

Dlversified Trustee Shares A...

D

6M

3

77

8% preferred
Cram & Forster Insursh B
10
7% preferred
—100
Cumulative Trust Shares

Deposited
Deposited
Deposited

2.70

,

Secur Co of Chicago

...

—

Royalties Management A...

Invest Trust Associates com—
)
Investors Equity common
(t)
Debenture 5s series A 1947
Deb 5s ser B 1948 with warr..
Without warrants

—

(t)

----

Second Int Sec
B com

Investment Oo of Am com .—(t)
7% preferred
100
Invest Fund of N J
(t)
Investment Trust of N Y coll A.

—

-

w(t)

com w

—

Second Custodian

Secured gold 6s 1943
Secured gold 5s 1933
Secured gold 5s 1943

Century Trust Shares
Chain Store Shareowners
(Ohlc)
Chain & Gen'l
Equities Inc—.—
6M % Pref

Continental Shares
Preferred B
Convertible preferred

(t)

-—-100
Debenture 5s 1947
J&D
Internat Securities Tr of
Amer—]
Secured gold 6s 1933

Glass B

A

ser

22

mmmm

-

Research Invest common—
6% preferred units

6% preferred

(t)
Capital Administration cl A— (t)
Class B
(')
6% cum pref Ber A
60
„
6a series A 1953 with warrants.
Without warrants
Cent Nat Oorp class A

—

Reliance Internat Oorp com A(t)
Oommon B
(t)
Preferred

g 6s 1940 B with war.. J&J
Intercontinental Inv 6% units—
Internat Germanic Trust.—....
International Investing Oorp
Int Sec Corp of Am com A
(t)
Common B
.....(t)
6 k% preferred
100

1

Utility Holding

mm

Representative Trust Shs

Deb

Banalcilla Oorp.
BaBic Industry Shares
Beacon Participations Inc A
British Type Investors
......

23

Pref. allot, ctf. 25% 1st pref—
Globe Underwriters Exchange-(t)

i.50 pr pref without
_eb g 5s Jan 1949—

11

mm

$3 preferred—

6 pref 2d ser with warr——it)

6

7

-m

Warrants

_

$0 pref with warr
German Credit & Invest.

S

a

m

Oommon without warrants, (t)

General Equities class A
General Public Service com
(i
first preferred
...u
Gen'l
Realty & Utlities com— (t)

Insull

29
20

«•»

W&lT&DtSPower & Rail Trustee shares.
Public

Insuranshares & Gen Mgnt——
Insurance Securities Oo
10

4

20

pf-100]

Second preferred
-Op
Deb 5s 1948 without warr—J&J
Petroleum Trading Oorp A....—

Public Service Tr shs

Class B
"
General American Investors
Preferred (with warrants) —100
Deb 5s Feb 1 1952 without warr
General American Shares class A.

.

share.

.

19 M

fjNew stock,

x

Ex-divldend,

| Ask.

Old Oolony Trust Associates—
1st serial trust shares
(t)
Overseas Securities
Pacific Investing Oorp 1st

Preferred

Indus & Power Securities Oo—(t)
Insuranshares Co. of Delaware__1
Insuranshares Otfs—
-(t)

2

2

Bid.

Power & Light Securities Trust(t)

Incorporated Investors
(t)
Incorporated Investors Equities
Independence Trust Shares ...(t)

14

Por.|

Phoenix Sec Oorp

Five Year Fixed Trust shares—
Fixed Trust Shares series A
Series B
Fourth Nat'l Investors w w

Illuminating Shares class A—

...

Units

14

X

20" Granger Trading Oorp—
Greenway Corp
com..........10;

22
35

lc.

(T

12

Fundamental Trust shares A

H

27 k

8% preferred
7% preferred
Convertible preferred

lk

Warrants

3

"k

Amer
Glass B

(t)
American & Continental
Oorp—.
6s 1943
Amer. Oomposlt Trust Shares
Amer Elec Sec partic pf
American European Secur
(t)

3 X
3
-

(t)

■

•

(Equity Trust Shares A
Federated Capital Oorp com

First Invest Oo of n h
pref A(t)

13

Stocks and Bonds.

share.

New units.................
Preferred

3

S3 convertible preferred
Am Bank

—

Ask.

Par.

Financial Investing N Y
10J
First Custodian Shares......—
First Amer Oorp com
(t)

Corp.
Alliance Investment Oorp
(t)
Allied Int Investing Oorp com.(T)

$6 preferred—....

Stocks and Bonds.

share

F

H
A 2

-

-

—

Universal Trust Shares
Utilities Hydro & Rails SharesUtility Equities Corp com—(1
$5.50 priority stock.y..

7k

Public Utilities
(Includes street and electric railways, gas.

"and Interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

KOHOI.-A11 bond prices are

Bid.

Bonds.
Adriatic Electric Go (Italy)—
Extl ■ f 7s 1952
A&O
Alabama Power 1st 5s 1946 -M&S
1st & ref 5s 1951..
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956...
M&N
1st & ref 4 He 1967
J&D
1st A ref 5s 1968..
M&S
Alabama Water Service Co—_
1st M 5s 1957 ser A...
J&J

Albany By—See United Trac.
Alleg Bellev & P—See Phlla Oo
Allegheny Gas Corp 6Hs'43 M&N
Alton & St L Bridge 7s 1947 M&N
Deb 7s 1942
Alton Water 5s 1956 ——A&O
Altoona & Logan Val Elec ByCon g 4Hs 1933 gu—F&A 15
Amer Commonwealths PowerDeb g 6s 1952 ser A
F&A
Deb g 5Hs 1953....
M&N
Conv deb 6s 1940.......M&S
Amer Community PowerDeb 5Hs 1953...
.—-J&J
Amer Elec Pow deb 6s *57 M&S 15
Amer & Foreign Power Oo—
Deb g 5s 2030—
-M&S
Amer G & E deb 5s 2028
M&N
Amer Gas & Power Co—
Sec deb 5s 1953

M&N
Secured deb 6s 1939
—J&D
American Natural Gas Corp—
t Deb 6H» 1942 with war..A&0
Am Pow & L deb 6s 2016...M&S
Amer States Public Serv—
1st 1 5Hs 1948 ser A.... M&N
Deb 6s 1938..—
J&D
Amer Telep & Teleg—
Oonv g 4s '36 conv aft '09.M&S
Coll trust 5s 1946-.......J&D

Deb sf 5s 1960
—J&J
Deb 5H« Nov 1 1943
M&N
Conv deb 4Hs 1939
.J&J
85-yr deb 5a 1965
F&A
lean Utilities Co—
America
1st lien & ref 6s 1945..... J&D
Deb 6
1941
M&N
Amer W W & El 6s 1934
A&O
Deb 6s 1975 Ser A
..M&N
Deb 5s 1975 ser B...
J&D
Annap & Chesapeake Bay Pow1st 6s 1948
J&D
Ana & Pot B BB—See W By&El.
-

99

99

98H
87 H
98

67

28
58
36

90
58
26
22

21

45H
50*
H
84*
H

tlx
70
6

Bondf.

Asl.

Bear Mt Hud
1st 7s 1953
Deb 8s 1953

79
101
101
100
88

4Hf *54 op *09—A&O
Birmingham Water Works Co—
1st m 5H« 1954 ser A....A&O

63
54

UH
102
102

100 H

101H
101H
105
110

101

32
30

Sf*

§!£
71

85
74

98

101

Deb gold 6s 2024
-J&J
Appalachian Gas Corp—
Oonv deb 6s 1945 ser A. .M&S
Oonv deb 6s 1945 ser B
M&S
Ardmore St By—See Phlla Oo.
Arizona Edison 1st 5s 1948—J&J

92

Associated Pub Utilities Oorp—
1st lien 5s 1947 ser A——J&J

5H% notes 1932
.M&S 15
Associated Telep Oo Ltd— •
1st M 5s 1965—
M&S
Assoc

103
100H

Telep Util 5s 1942
A&O
deb 6s 1941.......M&S

Oonv

Oonv deb 5Hs 1944 ser O.M&N
Associated Telep & Teleg Oo—
Tc
Deb 5Hs 1955 ser A.
M&N
Atchison By. Light & Power—
1st 5s Nov 1935
—.
-M&N
Athens (Ga) By & Electric—
1st & ref s f g 5a '50 opt '15 J&J
Atl Oons St BB—See Ga By & El
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947
J&D

105

107
100

90
41

30

40H
99
100
89 H
91

93

102

102

„70

102"
95

53
90

68H

80

62

58
85

100H

71

'75

45

50

....

30

92H

94""

94

96

93 H

6H % notes *32 with warr J&D
Carolina Mt Power 6s 1935. J&D
Carolina P& List 5s 1956—A&O
Cedar Bap Mfg & P 5s '53—J&J
Central Arizona Light & Pow Co
1st mtge 58 1960— ......J&D
Cent Ark Pub Serv Corp—
1st 1 & coll tr 5s 1948 ser A F&A
Cent Orosst'n BB—See N Y Bys.
Cent DIst Telep 1st 5s '43—J&D

95H

•

70

74

102H

103 H

102

103 H

Central Gas & Electric GoFirst lien coll trust 6s '46.M&S
First lien coll tr 5H» *46—J&D

3-yr 5H% note 1933
F&A
Cent Hud Gas & Elec Oorp—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1957
M&S
Cent Ills Elec & Gas Co—

1st & ref 5s 1956

ser

1st & ref 4H> 1981
na
Cent Indiana &t

Lt

77H
85 H

78H

81

79

82

87

H._

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A—J&J
Cent MainePr 5s '39 op '19 M&N
1st & gen 6s 1942 ser B...J&J
1st & gen 5s 1955 ser D
J&J
1st & gen 4Hs 1957 ser E.J&D
Cent Ohio L & P 1st 5s 1950 A&O
Cent Pow 1st 5s, 1957, ser D J&J
Cent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1956—F&A
Cent
Oonv deb 5Hs *49 with war F&A
Central By—See Un By&El (Bait)
Central States Elec Corp—
Oonv deb 5s 1948
—J&J
Deb 5Hs 1954 with war M&815

&

88

85
76
83

Bef mtge 5s 1957—......M&S
Central Indiana Power Cc*r-

Stated Pow

101H

100

E—.M&N.

ser

91
101

99

104
95

102_

94H

87*

70H

79
73
72

35

35 H

37 H
40

41H

75H
65

Corp—
s

1st M & 1st lien 5Hs 1953. J&J
Central States Utilities Corp—

„

54H

38H

s

55H

29

32

93

95

58
58
58

10 yr sec 6s 1938——
J&J
Central Traction—See Phila Oo
Cent Vermont Public Serv Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1959 ser A
A&O

62
62
62

92
93
88
101

92

105
84

„

75
90

85

80H

1st & ref 5s 1951
F&A
Cent Bl Light 1st & ref 5s '43A&0
Central Illinois Public Service—

_

53

97H

95

99H

Oarolina-Ga Service Oo—

Cent

30

70
72

60

1st mtge 4H> 1967 ser F—J&D
1st & ref 5s 1968 ser G...M&N

103

Atl

Bid

Bonds.
Camden & Sub By—See P S Oorp
Canada Nor Pow coll 5s '53-M&N
Canadian L & P 5s '49 op '14 J&J
Oanal&Olalb BB—See NO By&L
Canton-Akron Con By 5s '33 J&J
Canton Elec Co 5s 1937—M&N
Capital Traction (Wash, D C)—
1st g 5s June 11947
—J&D
Oarbondale By 6s Nov 1933.. J&J

A—M&8
Central West Public Service Co—
101
10-yr s f 6Hs 1934
M&N
1st 1 coll 5Hs 1956ser A—M&N
10
Bway & 7th AveBB—See NY Bys
Series B.....—.........
10
Bway Surface BB—See N Y Bys
Series O
■
101
Bronx G & E 5s 1960
J&J
Charleston Cons By Gas & El
60
Brooklyn Borough Gas Oo—
Oonsol gold 5s 1999
.M&S
94
100
103
1st m 5s Mar 6 1938..
M&S
Chattanooga By & Light—
58
104
Gen & ref 5s 1967——
F&A
101,
1st & ref g 5s 1956op*10—M&N
65
& Bk BB.
Bklyn City & New BB—See O
Chatt Bys 1st cons 5s '56.M&N
62
66M
75
Bklyn City BB 1st 5s 1941—J&J
Ches & Pot Tel of Va 5s '43-M&N
87
Eq tr 5s *32-'35 ser A
J&J
Chester Water Service Co—
Brooklyn Edison Oo—
.
1st 4 He 1958 series A—M&S
85
104H 104H
Gen m 5s ser A 1949J&J
Chic Aurora & Elgin BB
95
Bklyn-Manhattan Transit Oorp
1st & ref 6s 1951
J&J
90 H
s f 6s 1968 ser A......
J&J
Sf* Chicago City & Connecting By
99
97 H
98 H
6H% notea_1932
F&A '
Coll tr s f g 5s Jan 11927-A&0
94
90
Brooklyn Bap Trans 5s 1945 A&O
Certificates of deposit—.
90
Fqult Trust ctfs of deposit
Chicago City By 1st 5s '27—F&A
r
85
1st ref gold 4s 2002——
J&J
Certificates of deposit..
r
95
3-year 7% notes 1921——-J&J
Chic Dirt Elec Generating55
95
Cent Un Tr temp ctfs del
1st M 4Hs 1970
M&S
r
29H
95
Temp ctfs dep stamped—
Deb 5Hs 1935———A&O
48H
93
95
Bklyn Bath & WE5s '33—A&O
Chic North Shore & Milw BR—
Brooklyn Queens Oo & Sub—
1st mtge gold 5s 1936—.J&J
56
40%
80
1st ra g 5s 1941 (stpd)—J&J
1st & ref 6s 1955 ser A
J&J

9H
8H

wmwmmrn

—

95
90

'

61

66

47 H

45 H

45

44 H

1st con 5s

.

46

46H

38

41

40

45

89H

Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1950...F&A
Stamped guaranteed
Kings Co El 1st 4s 1949—F&A
Stamped guaranteed.......
Nassau Elec 1st 5s 1944

95

53""
70

1951-J&J
Bklyn Un Gaslst cons5sg'45M&N

58

74H

97

—

Brownsville Ave—See PhUa Oo
Brush Elec Co 5s 1952
A&O
Buff & Erie By 1st 6Hs 1954-J&J
Buff Gen Elec 1st 5s 1939—F&A
1st ref 5s April 11939
J&J

100

93

Gen & ref 5s 1956 ser A—F&A
Gen &ref 4Hs 1981..—F&A

Buff &

83""
102
101
102
100

100
95

_

•• immm

1

1st lien & ref 6s '47 ser A.M&N
Oonv deb 5 Ha 1936—
J&J
Deb 5e 1950
J&D

75""

57H

A&O,

Niag Falls El L & Power—

1st gold Is 1942—.
—F&A
Buffalo By—See Internet By—

Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 1955-J&J
Burlington (la) By & Light—
1st s f gold 5s 1932 opt...M&S
Butler Water 5a 1957 A
A&O
Butte El&P 1st s f 5s '32-'51 J&D
California Electric Generating—
1st s f g 5s '48 op aft '12—M&S

Calgary Power 1st 5s 1960—A&O
California Gas & Elec Corp—
Gen & col tr s f g 5s 1933.M&S
Unif & ref g 5s '37 op s f—M&N

60

80

-

mm—m

s

55

July *41(stp)M&N

1st gold 4s Jan

74H

t

15

/
/
/

15
47

18
18
50

48H

51

75H
86H

76
91

45 H
30H

47H

p

53H

75
4H% notes Mar 15 1933.M&S
Atlanta Nor By—See Ga By & El
Atlanta Wat, El & Pr 5s 1943 J&J
98
Atlantic Ave BB—See Bkn B T.
99
Atlantic City El 5s 1938——M&S
1st & ref 6 Ha 1954
100
.M&N
1st & ref 5s 1956
A&O
98
Atlantic City (N J) Gas—
1st g 5s Jan 11960 opt '20- J&J
99
Atlantic Oo Wat 5s '58...AM&S
90
Atlantic Pub Serv Corp—
32
1st lien 5 Ha 1953 ser A—F&A,
Deb 6s 1943F&A /
Aurora Elgin & Chicago BB—
1st & ref g 5s 1946 opt—...J&J
A E & O By 1st g 5s 41 A&O 15
25""
Bait & Ann S L—See Md El By
B Sp Pt & Ches—See Un By & El
Bait Traction—See Un By & El
Bangor Hydro Elec 5 H» '49.M&S
1st lien & ref 5s 1955—...
98""
Bangor By & El 1st 5s '35-..J&J
Baton Bouge Electric Oo—
95
1st mtge 5 Hs 1954.......J&D
94
1st M 5a 1959 ser B
F&A

.

86

7o"

75"

70
70..

75
80

45%

48!

104 H
110

100H

105!
120
215

102

3

101H
101H
102 H

98H

100^
99

98H
87
100

87
65

104""
100
....

....

100
90

110

101H

l52H

102

104

99

101

87

90

83

87

95

93

100

1st & ref 5Hs 1960 ser B..J&J
Oalumet & South Chicago By—

100

1st M rehab g 5s '27 op '12F&A
Certificates of deposit—

47
47

50
50

98

/ This price Includes accrued interes®.

4 LastSale.

n

Nominal

.A&O
6% notes 1932.......... A&O

Chicago Railways Oo—
1st M gold 5s 1927 opt.F&A

22 H

32
24

60

49

53
51

Oons M 5s ser A Feb '27—A&O
Certificates of deposit...
Series B Feb 1927
J&D
Certificates of deposit..
Pur mon 4-5s Feb '27 opt.J&J

15H
15H

17
17

Certificates of deposit......
AdJ inc 4s Feb 1927 opt
May

10
4

6

Certificates of deposit...
Chicago Rapid Transit Oo—•
1st & ref 6Hs 1944
—J&J
1st & ref 6s 1953 ser A
J&J
Adiust deb 6s July 1963..
Certificate of deposit..
Chippewa Power 6s 1947
J&D
Chris & 10th Sts BR—See NYRys
Cicero Gas gen & ref 5s 1932.J&J

4

6

38
36
15

39
37
16

Ctfs of deposit

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st M 4s 1968 series A
A&O
Cin Newport & Cov L & T

49 H

9

l70g

9

13
13

5

9

97

100

99H

100H

88 H

89
101

100H

Cincinnati. Street By
1st m 5Hs Apr 15,'52 ser AA&O
1st 6s 1955 ser B...
A&O
Cities Serv deb 5s Jan '66...M&S
Deb g 5s Apr. 1958..
.A&O
Deb g 6s 1963 with warr.M&N
......

1st & ref 6s 1942 ser B
J&J
1st & ref 5 Hs 1955 series O F&A
Deb gold 5Hs 1942
A&O
Oallf Telep & Lt 1st 5s 1943. A&O
Calif Water Service 5s 1958-A&O
Oalumet Gas & Elec Co—

35"

1st & ref 5 Hs 1956—

1st ref 6s 1947 series A.... J&J
So Gov & Cine 6s 1932
J&J

California-Oregon Power—

_




90

100

1st & ref 5s 1954 Ser

-

b Basis.

88*
90

Broad Biver Power Co—

98 H

28

Oonv deb 4 Ha'48 with warM&S
Without warrants....—
Oonv deb 4Hs 1949—..J&J 15
Oons ref deb 5s 1968.....A&O
Oonv deb 5s 1950——F&A
Oonv 5Ha 1938M&N

18

100

Bloomington Dec & Champagne.
1st & ref 5s 1940
M&N
Blue Lakes Wat 1st 6s '38—M&S
Boston Oon Gas deb 5s *47—F&A
Boston Elev By 4s 1935—M&N
Deb g 4Hs Oct 1 1937
A&O
Deb g 4Hs Nov 1 1941— M&N
Deb g 5s Dec 1942——J&D
West End St 5a 1932....M&N
5s May 1930
—M&N
5s March 1944
M&S
7s Sept 1947
M&S
4a Aug 1 1932—
—F&A
Brandenburg (Germany) El Pr—
Extl 1st s f 6s 1953
—M&N
Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952..J&J
British Col Tel 5s 1900

92

F&A

59
30

98
98

Mtge & col tr 5s '51 ser A. A&O
Bleecker St&FulFy—See NY Bys

101H
105 H
110H

100H

100

1st m 5a 1954 ser B—J&D
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser C
F&A
Blackstone Val G & E 5s *39-J&J

98

Oonv deb 5H» 1977
Oonv deb 6s 1999—

86

A&O J

Gen ref g

83

82

91
102

Deb 6Hf 1935
M&N
Arkansas P & L 1st 5s 1956.A&O
Arkansas Western Gas Oo—
1st 7s 1939 with warr—J&J
Arkansaw Water 1st 5s 1956. A&O
Ashland (Wis) L & Pow St By.
1st M gold 5s 1939—
.J&J
Ashtabula Water 5s '56 ....A&O
Assoc Elect 4H» 1953——J&J
5s Jan 11961
J&J
Associated Gas & Elec Oo—

AaJk.

.

lachian Elec Power—

Arizona Pow 6s '33 opt '13.M&N
1st 1 & unif 6s 1947 ser A- M&N
Ark & Mo Pow 1st 6s 1953—J&J

82

——A&O

Beauharnois PowerCorp—
Coll trust s f 6s 1959 ww—A&O

54
BeaverValTrgeng5a 1953M&N f
1st conv m 5s 1950——A&O /
Bell Telephone of Oanadar1st g 6s 1956 ser A...—..M&S
82*
69
90
1st g 5s 1967 ser B———J&D
89H
1st mtge 5s 1900 ser O—M&N
Bell Telep Oo of Pennsylvania—
32
104 H
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser B—.—J&J
59
106
1st & ref 5s 1960 ser C
A&O
<40
Beloit Water, Gas & Elec Co—
93
98
1st g 5s 1937—-.—-M&S
Bellows Falls Hydro-Elec Corp—
60
88
1st mtge 5a 1958
...A&O
39
26H Berlin City Elect 6Hs 1951.. J&D
Sink fund deb 6Hs 1959—F&A
23
27
Deb 08 APT 1 1955——-A&O
D 6s
LVOt)
A«U
Apr
23
a
Berlin Elec Elev & Underg Bys—
32H
1st mtge a f 6Hs 1956—-A&O
36
lamton
48H BiUghamton (N Y) Gas Works
981st 5s 1938—
—
A&O
Blnghamton (N Y) L H & P—
51
97H
1st ref5* Feb 1946.....—A&O
85
Birmingham Elec Co—
88
1st & ref 4 Ha 1968
-M&S
85
fi* Birmingham Gas 1st 6s '59 -M&N
I
73
83
4H% notes Oct 1 1932Birmingham By Light & Power7

95

Elec 1st 5s *34 A&O

Bid.

Biv Bdge Co—

99H

fat & ref 5s 1956
....M&N
Appalachian Power 5s 1941J&D
7% gold bonds 1936
F&A

_

electric power, water, telegraph, telephone and bridge companies.)

r Canadian

price.

Without warrant
Deb 5s 1969 with warr...M&8
Oonv deb 5s 1950
J&D

Cities Service Gas Go—
1st M pine line 5Hs 1942.M&N
irvice Gas Pii
Cities Sen
[pe Line C
J&J
1943
1st M

Service

Cities
Power & Light—
Deb 5Hs 1952—
M&N
Deb 5Hs 1949
J&D
Citizens Gas (Indianapolis)—
1st & ref gold 5s 1942
J&J

• Sale price.

52 H

57H

59H

64„

45H

94H

/

84

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

r,

NOTICE.—-AjU bond pilots
Bonds

Bid.

are ''and

Ask.

Bonds.

101

98

1st g 6s 1934 opt 1914--M&N
Citizens St Ry—See Ind Tr & Ter

Tract—See

City Elec San Fran 6s 1937--J&J
10034
City & Sub Ry—See Wash Ry & El
City Water (Chattanooga)—_
94
1st M 6s 1954—-----rj&g
94
1st M 6s 1957 series O—M&N
102
Clev El 111 1st 5s *39 op '24.*A&0
Gen M 5s 1954 series A—M&N
Gen M 5s 1961 series B—A&O
Oleve Pains & East Con 5s 1918—
Ext at 6% to 1933
A&O f
94"
Oleve Ry 1st 1933
M&J
Oleve Southw Ry & Light—
M&S /
Gen &con 5s 1954
4
Clinton W W 1st 5s 1939
F&A
Coast Cos Gas & Elec—
1st M 5s 1960
M&N
Colorado Power 1st 5s '53--M&N
98
Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—
^

-.-M&N
A&015

1st M s f g 5s 1936
—.-J&J
Columbus Dela & Marion Elec Co

97
97
104

10434
104

97"
6

104

1st m 5s 1950 series B
A&O
Detroit Edison 1st g 5s 1933-J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1949 series A-A&O

100

94

90

9934
9854

10034

1st gold 5s 1950
Dixie Gulf Gas Co—

101

102"

9634
9434

9654

95
85

9854

96

8534
9834

99

6234

6334

53

56

70

80
103
99

52"

58"

934

95"
15

9834

97

99

7834

80

834

10

»

75
59

D D E B & B RR—See Third Av Ry.

Duke Power—1st 4 34s 1967-J&D
Duke Price Power Co—
s

f 6s 1960 ser A

M&N

Duquesne Gas Corp—
1st conv 6s Mar 151945-M&S15
634% notes 1935
M&S15
Duquesne Light—See Phila Co
Duquesne Trac—See Phila Co
1st m s f 5s 1948 series A-A&O
Eastern Mass Street Ry Co—
Ref

J&J

434 s 1948 A

m

5s 1948 B
J&J
Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser C-.M&S15
Ref

m

Ref 6s Jan 1948 series

114
103
97

118
106

Michigan Rys—
1st mtge coll tr 7s 1958.—J&J
AdJ 08 1958—.
J&J

99

103

9314
9514

Eastern N J Pow 1st 6s 1949-J&J
1st

9834

1st

98

Gen g 414s Apr 1954
A&O
Consol Gas Elec Lt & P (Bait)—

102

J&J

534® 1949

J&J
J&J

m

5s 1959

56

II*

32

2534

7
3

10534

105

10534
79
75
99

81

78

100

•

1st coll 534® 1937 ser A—F&A
Conv del 6s 1933 ser A. -M&N

107

101

1st & ref s f 4 34® 1970 ser H J&J
1st & ref 4s 1981—
J&D
Oonsol Gas N J 5s g 1936
J&J
Consolidated Gas (NY)—

98

92

9914
92 %

110

6% conv notes 1932
J&J
E. Kootenay Pow 1st 7s *42-A&O
East Prussia Pow 6s 1953—J&D
E St L & JLnterurb Wat 5s *42 J&J

_J&J
1st m 5s 1960 ser D
F&A
East St Louis (111) Lt & Pow—
1st 5s 1940.—
J&D
East St Louis & Suburban Co—
Coll trust g 5s 1932 opt--A&O
Easton Cons El 5s 1949
M&N
East Palm & Beth 6s 1939--J&J
1st m 6s 1942

Deb 514s 1945
F&A
10514
20-yr deb 414s 1951
J&D
9734
Underlying cos—See N Y G E L H & P.
Oonsol Gas Utilities Co—
1st & coll 0s 1943 ser

10514
9714

40
s

41

2214

2314

42

48
64

100

64

86

90

96

91

92

99

Corp (Germany)—
1st s f 634® 19501
M&S
1st sink fund 034s 1953—A&O

100

65

6514

Eliz Plainf & Cent J I See

Cooper RivBrt'ge lnc I st 6s '58M&N
Copenhagen Telephone Co—

34

38

Eliz & Trenton RR

f 6s Feb 15 1954.F&A15
Council Bluffs Gas 5s 1948.M&N

76

81

Elmira Water, Light &
1st & con g 5s 1956

45
Lt.

55

60

62

7534

8914

101

103

1013

10214

94^

Electric P & L Deb 6s 2030-F&A
Electric Public Utilities Co—

95

15-year

sec

J&D

6s 1942

-

95

102

10214

101
96

104

54

1st M g 5s 1930 guar

-

El Paso Nat Gas 1st 634»
Deb 034s 1938

Oonv ser 0% notes 1931—J&D
Genera] Water Works Corp—
1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser A_ J&D

10314

10414

100

Ry Co—
1st guar 5s '54 op '90
J&J
Gesfurel 0s 1953
J&D
Grand Rapids Ry 1st 7s *39 M&N
Great Cons Elec Pow (Japan)—
F&A

1st M 7s 1944

J&J

1st lien coll tr 534® 1942—M&N
Great North Pow 5s 1935
F&A

25
86

30
89

94

86

96
89

Green

93

96

Green

Grt West Pow Co 5s 1946-J&J

Bay Gas & Elec Co—
M&N

1st & ref 5s 1935

Mountain

Power

9754
50

60

20

F&A
'57 ser A J&J
1 Greenwich Wat & Gas System—

30

Col tr 5s 1952 ser A

A&O

Col tr 5s 1952

9934
10054
9934

A&O

ser

B

74
65
70

8334
37
35

3934
20

9954
95
88
39

7

7234
6434

100
30

9934
99 H
99
83
97

75
75

A&O

83

A&O

1932

80

10034

Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968

10054
9954

Gulf States Utilities Co—
1st M & ref 5s 1950 ser A_M&S

8354

1st M & ref 434® 1961 B—J&D
Hackensack Wat 4s '52 op '12J&J

94

97

77

Gen&ref58Junel5'77 A—J&D15
Hamburg (Germany) Elec Co—
Extl g s f deb 7s 1935
M&N

97

85

6034

Hamburg

(Germany) Elev Under¬
ground & StRys534®'38
J&D
Havana Elec Ry, Light & Power
—

33

3034
6234

W*
33

Havana Elec Ry 5s
Deb g 534® 1951

1952—F&A
M&S

"954

QQ~~
Helena Gas & Elec 1st 6s '52M&S
Hest Man & Fair Pass Ry—See P hURT

14

Home Telep &

Teleg(LosAngeles,

Oal) 1st 5s 1933100

30

Gen M 5s 1954 series A.—M&S

63

101

100

96"

70

78
80

M&S

7334

7534

J&J
J&J
Long Dist Tel (San Fran)

1st refunding 5s 1945
Home

70

1st M s f 5s 1932.
Home Tel & Tel of

J&J 2

Houston Gulf Gas—
1st M & col 6s 1943 ser A..A&O
Deb 034s 1943 with war—A&O

100

103

92

95

Hons Home Telep 5s 1935--M&S
Houston Lt & Pow 1st 5s '53 M&S

2

4

1st lien & ref4 34® '78 ser D M&N
1st lien & ref 434® 1981 ser E
Houston Natural Gas Corp—

15

m

Hunt'g'n Wat 1st M 6s '54 AM&S
1st M 5s 1954 ser B
M&S

95

103?"
Canadian price,

s

Sale price.

10134
10134

Spokane—

1st M g 5s May 15 '36-M&N 15
Houston El Co 1st 6s '35
J&D
Houston Gas & Fuel 5s 1952

coll 6s 43 with warr. J&D
Hudson Co Gas 5s g 1949—M&N

r

80

Guanajuato Power & Elec—

95

No ntnai.

63
85

Corp—

1st mtge 58 1948
Greenwich Wat 4 34®

1st

n

7054

Great West Power Co of Calif—

—

* Last sale,

99

Great Lakes Utilities Co—

54"

f This price includes accrued interest.

8534
100

Northern

30

100"
10

60

28

20

100
52

18
60

101

80

J&D

Empire Gas & Electric Co—
Gen & ref 6s ser A 1952—J&D
Empire Gas & Elec and Empire
Coke Jt lst&ref 5s '41 opt.M&S
Empire Public Service Corp—
Deb 6s 1950 w w 1950
J&J

95

Georgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s '01F&A
Ga Row & Ips—See B & N St Ry
Georgia Power 1st 5s 1967-.M&S
Georgia Power & Light Co
1st mtge 5s 1978
J&D
Georgia Ry & Elec 5s 1932—-J&J
Atlanta Cons St 5s 1939
J&J

70

*43-J&D

5s 1952

5

General Public Utilities—

1st & gen 634® 1950

Empire District Elec Co—
m

-

Gt Falls Pow 1st 58 *40 op—M&N
Great Lakes Power
Ltd—
1st M 6s 1932-1944
M&N

Public

RR—
M&S

J&J /

& Power—
Con 58 Oct 1934
J&D
Galesb Ry & L 5s 1934
J&J
Gal\eston-Houston Elec Ry—
1st M s f g 5s 1954
opt
A&O
6 34 % secured notes 1931
J&D
6% secured notes 1931
J&D
Gary Elec & Gas Co—
1st lien col 5s 1934 ser A
J&J
Gas& El of Bergen Co 5a '49. J&D
Gen 5s No? 1 1954
M&N
Gatineau Pow 1st 5s 1956
J&D
Debenture gold 6s 1941 J&D 15
General Gas & Elec Corp—
5% notes Aug 15 *32—F&A15
5% notes Aug 15 '33—F&A15
5% notes Aug 15 *34—F&A15
5% notes Aug 15 '35—F&A15
General Public Service Corp—
Oonv deb 5s 1953
J&J
Oonv deb 534s 1939
J&J

40

106

Darby Med & Ches Ry—See Phila R Tr.
Davenport Water 5s 1901--J&J
91
Dayton Ltg 1st 5s '37 op '12-M&S
10014
Dayton Pow & L 1st 5s *41--J&D
101

40

9834

/ Serv Corp.

El Paso El Co coll tr g 5s '32. J&J
1st m 58 1950 ser A
J&D

1st & ref

93

A&O

A&O

Ft Pitt Traction—See Phila Co
Ft W Van Wert & Lima Trac—

35

Electric Pow

5s
1938
J&D
Consumers Power Co (Mich)—
1st & ref 6s 1936 op '16
J&J
1st 1 & unif 5s ser 01952. -M&N
1st lien & unif 414* 1958.M&N
Contin Gas & El deb 5s 1958 F&A

6334

1st 6s 1955 series B
Florida Telep 1st 6s 1945

6s

4% notes Nov 1 *32
M&N
3-yr5% note Jan 15 '33-J&J 15
434 % notes Oct 1932
A&O
Ed El Ill(Bkn)See KingsCoEL&P
Edison El 111 (N Y)—See N Y G
Eighth Ave RR—See N Y Rys
Electrical Devel of Ontario—
1st 5s 1933
Elec & Peop—See Phila Rap Tran

5834

76

Edison Elec Ilium of Boston—

64"

J&J

Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '54--J&J
Florida Public Service Co—
1st M 034s 1949
F&A

101

Economy Lt & Pow (Joliet, 111)—
1st m s f gold 5® 1956-—J&D

56

37

Oonv deb 6s 1931 ser A
J&D
Oonv deb 6s 1944 ser B—A&O

12

10534
10534

J&D

1st lien & ref 034®

100

10514

Florida Power Corp—
1st M 534® 1979

30

East Coast Utilities—

Gen g 414s Feb 14 1935—J&J
1st ref 514s 1952 ser E.—M&S
1st & ref • f 414s 1969 ser G M&S

Oonv deb 534s 1954
M&N
Utilities
lnc—
1st lien col tr 534® 1957—-M&S

2534

1948--M&S
Sheboygan Elec 5s 1940—J&J

1st lien & ref 6s 1942

50

Federated

Atlanta

1st m 534® 1947 ser A
M&S
1st M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S
Eastern Wisconsin Electric Co—

40

J&J

1st M coll tr 0348 ®or A *50 A&O

Eastern Shore Pub Service Co—

94"
5414
10114
10014

m

1st m 5s 1949

99

1st lien 5s 1962 stamped.-J&J
Oonsol Gas of Bait 5s 1939-- J&J

100

Eastern

103

J&J

D.A&O

Ref 6s Jan 1948 series E.M&N

-J&D

1947

gold notes 1932

-

30

A&O

83
78

42dStM&StNAv—See 3d Av Ry

J&J

f 634s 1948

6%

7534
7634

Fed St & Pleas Val—See Phil Co
Federal Water Service Corp—

10

25

s

83
100

98" Galesburg Ry Ltg

97

65"

Gold 5s 1951
——A&O
Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—




98

1st
5s 1932
A&O
Dortmund Munic Util (Germany)

1st m

48"

Stamped guaranteed optional.Conn Ltg & Pow 5s '39—-J&J
Conn Riv Pow 1st 5s 1937—J&D
Uonnellsv Wat 5s Oct 2 *39—A&O

6 Basis,

10334

97

Eastern Connecticut Pow Co—

lst&refsf7s'51 ser A—M&N
1st & ref 514s 1954 ser B—F&A
1st & ref 4J4® 1956 ser O-.J&J
Connecticut Power 5s *63—A&O
1st & coll trust 5s 1956
J&J

J&J

103

10234

55

Conn Light & Power—

1st g 5s 1952 ser O
J&J
1st gold 514s 1954 ser D_—J&J
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951. J&J
Danville Tr & Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J

102

68

20-yr

96
96

1st g 714s 1949 ser B

96

10134
10234

war.M&S

96

101

Dakota Central Telep Co—
1st gold 6s 1935
J&D
Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941
—A&O
Dallas Pow & Lt 6s 1949
J&J

95

Dominion Gas & Elec 634® 1945—
Dominion Pow & Transmission—

1st 634s 1937 A with

102

F&A
O—F&A

Ry—See Col Ry &
Cross St Ry—See Int Tr (Buff)
Cuban Telep conv 5« 1— J&J
1st lien & ref 714s 1941-M&S
Cumberland Co (Me> Bow & Lt—
1st 414® I960
J&D
Cumb'land T & T 5s 1937—J&J

1st 1 0s

101

_

314 % notes July 30 1932
Commonwealth Utilities Corp—
Oonv deb 6s 1938
—M&N
Commonwealth Wat 514 s A1947.

Cross town 3t

27"

Det & Pt Huron Shore Line-?—

9934
9834

Community Power & Light Co—
Col M 6s 1957
M&S
Community Water Service Co—Deb g 6s 1946 ser A
J&D
Cones toga Trac 1st 4s 1950--J&J
Coney Isl & Bklyn RR 4s '48-J&J
Oonsol gold 4s 1955
J&J
B O & N 1st cons 5s 1939--J&J

Debenture 0s 1954 ser B—J&D
Federal Public Serv Corp—

96

10134

Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser
Gen & ref 5s 1962 ser

§§^
88

.

s

B..J&D
O—F&A
Gen & ref 4 34® 1961 ser D F&A
Detroit International Bridge—
1st m s f 6>4a 1952
F&A
S f deb g 7s 1952
F&A
Det United 4 34 s 1932 opt-.u&J
1st m & coll tr 6s 1929
J&J

9934

M col 434® 1956 ser O-A&O
M col 434® 1957 ser D...J&J
M col 4 34® 1960 ser E A&o
M 4s 1981 ser F_. M&S

s

74

102

Commonwealth-Edison Co—

Extl

634%

100

80

—J&J
B —J&D

Light & Traction—
1st s f g 5s 1942 opt
M&S
Stamped
1st lien g 6s 1942 stpd
M&S

5

88

52

9934

Federal

36

94

1932— -J&J
1933——J&D

Consolidated Water of Utica—
1st M 5s 1958
M&N
Consumers El L & P (New Orl)—
1st M 5s 1930
J&J
CJonsum L H & P Co (Eli*. N J)—

95

3

84

95

•

34

f 6s 1953
f deb 034®

s

1st g 5s 1938 opt 1913
A&O
.Falrmount Pk Trans 5s '37--A&O
Fall River Elec Lt 1st 1945—J&J

24

M&N

101
98

Col St Ry 1st 5s g

A—J&D
Conv deb 614s 1943 ser A_ J&D
Oonsol Hydro-Elec Wks of Upper
Wuerttemburg 1st 7s '56.-J&J
Con Ry (New Hav) deb 4s '54 J&J
Deb 4s 1955
-J&J
Deb 4s 1955
A&O
Deb 4s 1950 guar
-J&J
Consolidated Telep of Wise—
1st M 514s 1942 ser A
M&N
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser Corp

51

1948—M&N
Detroit City Gas Co—
1st m 6s 1947 series A
J&J

78

1st ref 434s 1957 ser A
J&J
Col Ry 1st 4s *39 opt '14—Q-J

.

Without warrants
Evansv G & E L 5s '32 op '12J&P
Fairmont & Clarksburg Trac—.

97

Oolum & 9th Av RR—See NYRys

1951

70"
10034
9734
100

100

82

Columbus (Ga) Pow 5s '36—A&O
Columbus Ry Pow & Light—

Conn Ry & Lt 414s

45

98

s

25

20

1st m 5s, 1938
M&N
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—
b

f g 5s 1941

50 H

101

A&O
A&O

8254

1st m

A&O

_A&0
Europ'n Elec Corp (of Canada)
Deb 634s 1905 w w
F&A

2534

series B—M&S
City Ry 5s 1936 J&J

Rys—1st 6s 1954

Erie El Motor

Des Moines Elec Co—

lBt guar 5s 1935
_---_J&D
Col Lon & Spr Ry—See Ind O & E

1st M 5s 1956 ser B
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser

Erie Ltg 1st m 5s 1967
Erie & Suburban Ry 5s '41

Des Moines

Oonv

,

1st
1st
1st
1st

96

9134

95

Columbus (Ga) Elec & Power—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser B.-.M&N
Columbus (O) Gas 1st 6s g '32-J&J
Columbus (O) Interurban Ter Co

1st M col 5s 1954 ser

Brie

82

1st & ref 5s July 1937J&J
1st & ref 6s (stmpd) 1937--J&J

1st M 5s 1953

1st a f 634® 1953 with war M&N
Equit G&E Utica 5s 1942.A&0

93
84

S F 5s 1937 opt

Bid.

Mfg Co (Italy)

77

92

'

bonds.

Bonds.

98

75
J&J
Delaware Power & Light Co—
1st M 414s 1971
J&J
9334
1st M 414s 1969
J&J
1st M 4Ms 1969
J&J
9534
Denver Cons Tram 5s 1933-A&0
Denv Gas & El 1st g 5s '49—M&N
99"
1st & ref 5s 1951
96
-M&N
96
8tamped as to Pa tax
Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A
21
J&J
92
0% notes Oct 1 1933
Denver Tramway Terminals Co—
1st M g gu 5s 1932-1937—M&S 6 834%
Derby Gas & Elec Corp—
1st lien 5s 1940
72
F&A

85

90

Deb 5s Jan

Cross St 1st 5s g

Ask.

Ercole Marelli Elec

Des Moines & Cent la Elec Co—
S F 6s 1937 opt series A
M&S

84

151961——J&J15
Colombia (8 O) Ry Gas & El Co

Bid.

Delaware Elec Power CoDeb 514* 1959

Phila Co

Deb g 5s 1952
Deb g 6b 1952

marked T and Income and defaulted

Day Sp & Urb—See Ind Col & E
Defiance (O) G&E 5s 1942--M&S

Citizens L H & P (Johnst'n, Pa)

Citizens

interest" except where

99

*■«»

•

42"
50

5634

44
48

48
53

9534

98"

82

85

8334

8434

55
103

104""

101

98

102""

PUBLIC

Bonds.

Bid.

except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bond*.

102

25-yr

1C134
97

9834
10434

104
92

s

86

18

22

1st & ref 5s 1957 opt
A&O
Illinois Power & Light Corp—

9434

9734

A—A&O
B—J&D
J&D
M&S
Illinois Power 1st 5s 1933—J&D
1st 7s 1936
J&D

8634

Jackson Cons Tr—See

1st & ref 534a 1954 ser
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser C
S f deb 534s 1957

S3

8754
85

82

47

97

20

96

22

99

1st mtge 5s 1952 series A—J&J
Indiana Central Telep Co—-

76

1st M 634s 1953 series B._F&A
1st M 5s 1951 series O—M&S

94

97

68

72

Kansas Elec Pow

Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946 J&J
Indiana General Service—

88

92

M&N

i

■

100 it—1

M&N

8234

Indiana Columbus & E Trac—
Gen & ref g 5s '26 op' 11; .M&N /
Dayt Spgi & Urb 5s '28--M&N /

35

40

Indiana Electric Corp—
1st M 6s 1947 series A—M&N

87

90

__

34

134

.

99

76

80

10034
9934

Indiana & Mich El 5s 1957—F&A
1st & ref 6s 1955
M&S
Ind Nat Gas & O—See Peo G L&O
Indiana Pr 1st 17 34s '41 A .M&N
Indiana Ry & Lt 1st 5s '43—J&J
Indiana Service Corp—
1st & ref M 6s Jan 1 1950--J&J

10034

94

66

1st 1 & ref 5s 1963
—F&A
Indiana & 8 W Gas & Util—

75
62

68

J&D

40

Indiana Union Traction—
1st g 5s July 1 '33 op '08-A&O
Indiana Nor 1st g 5s 1933-A&0

16

1948
F&A
Indianapolis Gas 5s 1952—A&O
Indianap & Martlnsv Rap Tran—
1st g 5s 1932 opt
J&J
Indianap Nor—See Un Tr of Ind
Indianapolis & Northwest Trac—
1st g 6s 1923 est to 1933- -M&S
Indianapolis Power & Light—
1st M5s 1957 ser A_
J&J
Indianapolis & Southeast Trac—
1st M g 5s 1935
J&J
Ind Shelby & S E 5s 1932—J&J
Indianapolis Trac & Term Co—
1st s ft;old 6s Jan 1 1933—A&O
Indianap St gen 4s 1933
J&J

96

f

/

3
97 34

9834

/
/
42

17

21

13

76

80

96

100
98

90
—

70

50
51
60

A&O

52

60
65
80
55

_M&N
A&O

Inland Telep 1st 6s 1948
Inland Utilities Inc—

J&D

Conv deb 6s 1934

Inter borough-Metropolitan Co—
Col J trus g 434s 1956
A&O
Guar Trust cert If of deposit.

34

934
h

38
20

Interborough

Rapid Transit—
1st & ref g 6a '66 op tax-ex. J&J
Stamped
6% notes 1932
A&O
Conv g 7% notes 1932
M&S

46 34

47

4634

47

27

2854

6434

65

Intercontinents Power Co—
Debs 6s 1948 with
warr J&D
International Hydro-Elec System

9534

634% sec bonds 1965 serOJ&D
Sec 7s 1936 D (with war)—J&J

80

84

9334

79

7954

80%

82

Sec 7s 1952.
J&J 15
International Railway (Buffalo—
Buff Trac 1st 5s 1948
J&D

Ry 1st 5s

g

'32—M&N

62

66
50

89

Buff & Lock 1st g 5s 1938—J&J
Buffalo & Niag Falls Elec Ry—
1st M 5s gold 1935
J&J

65"

Internat Ry ref 5s '62 od.M&N
International Telep & Teleg—

3254

Deb g 434s

J&J
J&J

1952-

Conv deb 434s 1939
Deb 5s 1955

4634

F&A
Interstate Nat Gas 6s 1936—J&J
Interstate Power 1st 5s *57—J&J
Deb gold 6s 1952
J&J
Interstate Pub Serv Co—

A.M&N
B—M&S

Iowa Pow & Lt 1st 4 34s 1958

M&S

Iowa Pub Serv 1st 5s 1957—J&D
Deb 5s 1968
M&8
1st mtge 534s 1959
Iowa Ry & Lt (Cedar
1st & ref 5s 1932

ser

M&S

82

8534
8234

8634

56

62

85

85

95

99
90

100

Rapids)—
A

M&S

1st & ref 5s June 1946 B
J&D
1st & ref 634s Oct 1945—M&N
Iowa Southern Utilities—
1st & ref 6s 1943

F&A

1st & ref 534s 1950
J&J
Deb 6s 1950 ser A
M&N
ronwood & Bessemer Ry & Light
1st s fg 5« '36 opt after '15.F&A
sarco

Lombard Elec Co

85
85

55

Hydro-Elec Co (Italy—
-M&N,

1st M s f 7s 1952—

92

94

9634

90
84
70

95

95

98

55

60

/This price includes accrued interest,

70




98
74

54
60

n

opt—M&S
...M&S

Nominal,

r

J&D

a

f 7s 1940

Ber

A

Q-J

40
100

102

45

8834

8934
85
30

30

62

15"

Sink fund deb 5s 1955

96

M&N

[ass Utilities Associates—
8 f deb 5s 1949 ser A

87

J&J

99

103"

12334

10M

9034

A&O

1st & ref 5s 1948 ser A
J&J
1st & ref 4348 1978 ser C..A&0

10234

95

100

J&J

20-year a f 634s 1946

58

92

J&D

Deb g 434s Dec 1931

[assiilon Elec & Gas—
1st M 5s 1956

Gen & ref 6348 1947 ser E J&D
Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser G..M&S
Gen & ref 534s 1949 ser I.A&O

k Last sals,

f 7s 1941

87

94

90

9834

100

90

95

140

35

9734

96

1st

103

100

f 7a 1957

ser

A&O

8034

J&J
M&8
M&N

A

1st & ref 5s 1953 ser O
1st M 434s 1968 ser D
1st M 4s 1971 ser O

11534

99"

a

9934

8434

[etropolltan Edison Co—

10334
101

101

89

90

81

8334

Let Street

Ry—See N Y Rys
Metropolitan West Side "L"—
1st gold 4s 1938
F&A
Exten gold 4s 1938
..J&J
...exican El L 1st M g 5s '35.J&J

75

90

13

21

4

6

97
85

98
87

Mex Lt & Pow 1st 5s '33

s

a

f.F&A

4834
44

46

25

40

25

40

Michigan Associated Telep Co—
1st M 5s 1961

8834
9134

8734

A&O

Mich Elec Ry 5s 1948
J&J
Jack Cons Trac 5s 1934—M&N

95"

s

1

8734
3

3

8

M&S

91

93

85

Michigan Gas & Elec Co—

& Elec.

1st & ref 6s 1943

J&D

82

Michigan Light 1st 5s 1946.M&S
Michigan Nor Pow 1st 5s '41.J&J
Michigan Public Service Ck>—

99

90

95"

1st g 5s 1947 ser A
Middle West Utilities Co—

A&O

7434

78%

5% conv notes
5% conv notes
5% conv notes
5% conv notes
Midland Natural

J&D
J&D

8634
6834

§§**

J&D

65

6734

J&D

6734

68

1st M 5a 1956

94

91
100

....

81

60

40

28

§5

49

52

J&J

Milwaukee Elec Ry & Light—
let & ref 5a 1961 aer B
J&D
1st M 5s 1971
J&J
Milwaukee Gaa Light Go—
1st M 434s 1967
M&S
Minn Gen El 1st 5s *84 op—J&D

76

70,,

Gas Co—

Midland Util deb 6s 1938—-M&S
Mlllv Etna & Sharps—See Phil Oo
Milwaukee Coke & Gaa Oo—
1st M a f 734s 1933
F&A

65

55

1932
1933
1934
1935

Conv deb 6s 1935

8234

6534

102

9534
93

9434
10034

96

9534
98

70

8234

Minneapolis Gas Light Oo—
1st M 434« 1950
J&J

80

8034

64

68"

35
99

40

Minn St Rys—See Twin O'y R T
Minnesota Nor Pr jt 6s 1934-A&O

85

90

Minnesota Power & Light Co—
1st & ref 5a 1955
J&D

93

96

8334

84 %

10034

1st & ref 434a 1978

98

93

M&N

Mississippi Power Oo—

r

55

101

9934

1st & ref 5a 1955

65

98

102
90

86

1st M 5a 1957—

6534
8334
9934
103

Without warrants

Mississippi Riv Pow 5s *51—J&J
Deb 5s May 1 1947
M&N

8834
10034

Missouri Power & light—
1st M 534a 1955 aer A
M&S
1st M 4J4s 1958 ser B—M&N
Missouri Public Service Oo£Flrst mtge 5a 1947 ser A..F&A

106

99

10134
100 H

100
85

J&D

Mississippi River Fuel Corp—
1st a f 0s 1944 with warr F&A15

66
67

65

.M&S

100

Mo Riv Sioux City Bdge Oo—
1st s f 6a 1953
M&S 15

R 7.

10034
9834
10434
10334
104

102

10234

10434

100

102

9934

106341
104341
105

Canadian price,

70

77

80

84

Mississippi Power & Light—

(Italy)—

1st & ref g 5s 1939
1st & gen 5s 1961

a

[aryland Light & Power—
1st M 534s 1950 ser A
J&J

90

85

Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser D—M&S
Gen & ref 534a 1943 ser F M&S

70

Without warrants
Bait & Ann 8 L 5a 1946..F&A

98

89

Lorain & Clev RR—See Lake Sh Elec
Lorain Telep 1st 5s 1958
Los Angeles Gas & Elec Corp—

87
72

62
62

With warrants

95

101

90

Lone Star Gas s f 5s 1942 ..M&N
Long Isl Lighting 5s 1936—M&S
1st ref 6s 1948
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1955 ser B—-M&S
Secured g 6s 1945
J&J
Conv deb g 534s '52 ser A. A&O

85

[aryland Electric Rys—
Guaranteed 6s 1933
A&O
1st & ref 634s 1957 ser A..J&J
1st & ref 634s 1962 ser B—J&J

65

90

Los Ang G & E 5s 1934—-J&J

bBaala.

15-year

60

10034

1st extl 7s 1952 with warr.J&D
Without warrants

ft**
38

32

[annhelm & Palatinate Elec Cos

Lincoln Tel & Tel—

8234

99

100
30

134

34

60

Ref & oxt g 6s 1938
A&O
Lockhart Power 534s 1950—F&A

1st 1 & ref 5s 1961 ser

88

1st M a f 534s '51 ser A
J&J
1st M a f 5348 1952 ser B—J&J

1st

Little Rock G & F 6s 1937.M&N
Little Rock Ry & El 5s '33—A&O

95

96
20

5

.

1st M 434s 1961 ser A
J&D
Lindell Ry—See United Rys(StL)

ser

96

85

Lehigh Power Securities—
Deb g 6s 2026 ser A
F&A
Lehigh Valley Transit—
1st M g 5s Dec 1935 opt—M&S
1st M g 4s Dec 1935 opt
M&S
Cons gold 4s 1935
J&D
Ref & Impt g 5s 1960
J&D
Leipzig Overland Pow 634s *46—
Lex Ave & Pav Fy—See N Y Rys
Lex (Ky) Ry—See Ky Tr & Term
Lexington (Ky) Tel—
1st M 6s 1944
M&S
Lexington Util 1st 5s 1952.-F&A
Lexington Wat ref 534s 1946-F&S
LexingtonWa Pow Co 1st 5s'68J&J
Conv deb 634s 1953
J&J
Lincoln Gas & Elec 5a 1941-J&D

Interstate Telep Go—
1st M 5 1961
A&O
Iowa-Nebraska Lt & Power—

98"

99

[anitoba Power Oo Ltd—

8834

93

J&D

1st & ref 634s 1949 sei B.. J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D
1st & ref 434s *58 ser F—.M&S
Interstate Rys 4s 1943
F&A

1st lien & ref 5s '57

95
86

8734

Lawrence (Mass) Gas & Elec—
1st M 434 s 1940 ser B
F&A

Sec 7s 1957 ser E

J&D

86

Lake St Elev RR—See Chic & O akPkE lec Ry.

95

gold 4a 2013

1st lien coll tr 534s 1937—A&O
[anila Sub Rys 1st 6a 1946-M&S

Tol Frem & No 6 34 sT 925—
Extended at 6% to 1933 J&J

International Power Sec Goro—
Coll trust 634s 1954 ser B.J&D

103"

102

10734

93"

Lor & Clev g 5s '27 opt *17 J&J
Sand Frem & Sou 5s 1936-J&J

Lake Superior Dist Pow—
1st M & ref 5s 1956

50

100

9734

97
90

Rys

58

Cross St.

2d

Lake Sh Elec 1st con g 6s *33 J&J
Gen gold 5s Feb 1 1933—F&A

55

41

100

i=

A&O

Conv deb 6s 1944

1936

99

9734

A&O
Certificates of deposit
Kings Co E L & P 1st 5s '37-A&0
Purch money 6s g 1997—A&O
Edison El ill Bkfyn 4s '39.J&J
Kings Co Elev Ry—See Bklyn RT
Kings Co Gas & 111 1st 5s '40- A&O
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54--J&J
1st ref 634s 1954—
J&J
Kingston Gas & Elec 1st 5s'52
Knoxv Gas 1st 5s '33 opt '13-A&0
Kokomo W W 5s 1958
J&D
Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RR
1st 5s 1951
F&A
Debentures 6s 1948
F&A /
Laclede Gas Lt ref 5s 1934.-A&O
1st M coll tr 534 s "53 ser C F&A
1st col&ref534s 1960 ser D F&A
534% gold notes 1935
F&A
Lake Erie Pow & Lt 6s 1946 A&O
Lake Roland Elev—See Un

2734

9934
3834

39

Keystone Pub Serv—
1st M 5s 1978-

Conv deb 6s 1939

M&S
J&J

1944

9934

38

M&N

1st M 5s 1969 ser I

7a

J&D
[adison G & El 1st 5a 1940.A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1950
M&N

99"

9734
98%

D M&N

Certificates of deposit

38
10

J&D

.

Debenture

M&N
Keystone W W & Elec Corp—
1st lien 534* 1948 ser B„M&N

50

O

ser

'

A&O
G.._.F&A
J&J

22

17

-

f 7s 1935

96""

Ry 1st 5s 1949-J&D

Keokuk Elec 6s 1945

/
/
Citizens St con 5s g 1933 M&N /
Indianapolis W W Sec Co—
Secured 5s 1958
J&J
Indianapolis Water—
1st & ref. g 4J4s 1940 opt—J&J
1st lien & ref 634s 1953
M&S
1st lien & ref 5s 1970
M&S
Inland Gas 634s 1938
/
Inland Pow & L s f 6s *36 A M&8
Col tr 6s 1957

1st & ref 6s 1954

101

K*y Hydro Elec Co 1st 6s *49. J&D
Kentucky Power & Light Co—
1st m 534a 1948 ser B
M&S
Kentucky Traction & Terminal—
1st & ref gu 5s *51 opt '14.F&A

1st M 5s 1961 series

96
102

40

ref&lmp g 5s*48 op'13 A&O

1st g 5a

Key Tel 1st g 5s *35 opt '08._J&J
1st 1& ref 534s 1955 ser A.J&D
1st 1 & ref 6s 1951 ser B
A&O

99

93

10034
10134

88

; 83

M&N
M&N

Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st M 6>4s Sept *48 ser
1st M 534s I955ser F

9134
10234

94

1943

Lexington

1st M g 6s Feb 1

Coll tr s f 6s 1941 ser B

15
89

a"

Kentucky Fuel Gas Corp—
1st 634s 1942 with warr._J&D /
Conv s f deb 634s 1938—J&D /

3

Indianap Columbus & Sou Trac—

9034
102

40

f 7s 1948..

1st

Kansas Power & Light Co—

100

a

20

6s 1937—J&D

1st M 6s 1955 ser A
1st M 5s 1957 ser B

F&A

lstsf g 634s 1944.
uneburg Pow L &
1st M

Kansas Gas

Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958 ser A—M&N

6% conv notes 1940—

1

8534

J&D
J&D
& Electric—
Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A..M&S
1st mtge 434s 1980
J&D
Kansas Pow 1st 5s 1947--—M&S
1st M 6s

65
80

4034

1st M 5s 1951

J&J

1st M 5s 1948

61

77

101

Gen M 5s 1950

(Pa) Trac 5s '43.-J&J
Johnst Pass Ry 4s 1931—J&D
Joplin W W 1st 5s 1957
M&S
Kanawha Trac & Elec Co—
1st & ref 5s 1936
F&A
Kanawha ValTr 1st M5s '46-J&J
Kansas City Gas 1st 5s *46—F&A
1st M 6s 1942
F&A
Kansas City Power & Light—
1st mtge 434s 1957 ser B—J&J
1st M 434s 1961F&A
Kansas City Pub Ser 6s 1951 J&J

1st mtge 5s 1958 ser
1st lien coll 534 1938

—J&D
(Ky)—

A—M&N
1st & ref 434s 1961 ser C.F&A
Deb s f 6s 1937 ser A
A&O

9734

20

Johnstown

78

1957

J&D

95

_

1st mtge 5s

oulsvllle Gas & Elec Oo
1st & ref 5s 1952 ser

1958—-J&J

98

72

Angeles Railway Corp—
s f g 5s 1940.....J&D

Los Angeles Ry 5a 1938...A&O
ouisiana Pow & Light Oo—

78

io

Janesville Elec Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1932-1945-—J&J

1st 6s 1944
J&D
Illinois Valley Ry 1st 6s '35-M&S
Illinois Water Service Co—

s

Ask.

Ang & Pasad—See Pac El Ry

1st & ref

99

73

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1947 ser B...F&A
1st M 434s 1961 ser C——J&D
Jer City Hob & Pat—See P S Corp

6934
96
100

.

os

Mich E.Ry

1943

Deb g 7s

40

oa

(Mich) Gas 5s g'37_A&0
Jacksonv (Fla) Gas s f 5s 42. J&D
Jacksonville Trac 1st 5s 31.M&S /
Jamaica Water Supply Oo—
1st gold 534s series A 1955-J&J
James River Bridge Corp—
1st sink fund 634s

_

1st & ref 6s 1953 series

35

45%

Italian Superpower Corp—
Deb 6s '63 (without warr)—J&J
Jackson

83

.

Electric—
f 634* 1983 ser A..M&S

Island Gas &

Hydraulic Power of Niag Falls—
lstr& refundinggs 1950—J&J
Ref & impt 5s 1951
A&O
Idaho Power 1st 6s 1947
J&J
111 Bell Telep 1st 5s 1956—-J&D
Illinois Cent Trac 5s 1933-—J&D
Illinois Commercial Telep—•
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser B
M&S
Ill-Ky Bdge 634s 1947
M&S
Illinois Northern Utilities Co—

Deb

Bid

Bonds.

Afr.

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

—-~

11

j

85

UTILITY BONDS

EfOTIOB.—All bond prices ers "and Interest'

s Sale price

86

7934
100

89
84
101

92

96

93

95

80

83

72

74

60

75

86

PUBLIC

UTILITY

BONDS

NOTICE.—-All bond prioas are "and Interest" except where marked "f" and Income and
defaulted bo&duii
Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Bonds.

60

Mobile Gas imp & ref 7s '51-J&D
Mob Lt & RR 1st g 6s *37—J&D
Oons g 6s 1941
M&S
Monmouth Oons Wat 6s *66-J&D

56"
98

80

Ry 4s '40-A&O /
Steinway Ry 1st 6s 1922—J&J /

102

85

95

1st R E & ref 4s *42
op '16. J&J /
Guar trust ctfs of
/
deposit

80**

81*8

Adj inc g 5s Jan 1942

83

85

Bankers Trust ctfs of depos.
Bleeck St & F F 1st 4s '50- J&J

A&O
_

5**s 1934
J&J
Montana Power—
lit & ref s f 6s *43 op *18—J&J
Deb g 6s 1962 ser A
J&D
Montreal Isl Pow 63^8 1957-M&N
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Consol—
1st ref & coll tr 6s 1951—A&O
1st ref col & sf 5s 1970 serB M&S
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Oo—
lst&coll tr g 4**s '32op'12 J&J
Gold 5s 1933 opt 1913
A&O
Montreal Pub Service Oorp—
1st & ref 5s 1942
M&S
Montreal Tramways—
1st & ref g 5s 1941 opt
J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1955 series A. A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser B—_A&0
Gen & ref s f 4**s '55 ser O A&O
Gen & ref a f 6s 1955 ser D. A&O
Morn'side El St Ry—See Phila Oo
m

Bway & 7th Av cons 5s '43 J&D
Certificates of deposit
Ool & 9th Ave 1st 5s '93--M&S
Lex Ave & P Fy 1st 5s '93 M&S

.

97**

90**
84

50

Second Av recei* ctfs 1914

86**

99**
95

87**

Sixth Av RR pur M 5s '65-J&J
Third Ave—See under "T"

88
85
80

1st

m

80

1st

87

92

92

97

24
2

.

Muncie El L 1st 6s '32 op '12.J&J
M & U O Tr Oo—See Un Tr of Ind
Muncie W W 6s Oct 2 1939-A&O

99

Municipal Gas Oo (Texas)—
1st M 6s 1935 ser A
M&N

96

Municipal Serv coll 6s 1956-F&A
Muskogee Elec Tr 6s 1934—M&N /
Mutual Telep (Pa) 1st 6s '45-A&0
Narragansett Elec Co—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
J&J
Nashville Railway & Light—
Oons g 5s 1953 opt 1908—J&J
Ref & ext gold 5s 1958
J&J

1st M gold 5s 1937 guar—M&N
Nassau El RR—See Bklyn RT

Nassau & Suff Ltg 6s 1945—F&A
Nat Elec Pow Oo deb 5s 1978 J&J

Nat Pow & L deb 6s 2026 A-F&A
Deb 5s 2030 ser B
M&N
Nat Public Service Oorp—
Debenture gold 6s 1978—F&A
Nat Toll Bridge 6s 1939---J&J

Nebraska Pow 1st 4**s 1981-J&D
Deb 6s 2022
M&S
Nev Oalif Elec 1st 5s 1956—A&O
Debs 6s July 1941
J&J
Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944--Q-jJ
Newark Oons Gas con 6s '48-J&D
New Bedford Gas & Edison Light

3% notes June 15 1932—J&D15
New Brunswick (Can) Pow Op—
1st M 5s 1937
M&S
New Oastle (Oity of) W 6s'41 J&D
S f 5s 1932
JL
-J&D
New England G & ® Association
Deb gas 1947
M&S
Oonv deb 6s 1948-——-J&D
Gonv deb 6s 1950
M&N
New Eng Pow Assn 6s 1948.A&O
Deb 63*s 1954—
J&D
5% notes Dec 1932
.J&D
New Eng Pow 1st 5s 1951—J&J
New Eng Tel & Tel—
6s gold Oct 1 1932
A&O
1st 6s 1952 series A..
J&D
1st 4**s 1961 ser B—-.M&N
New Hampshire Pow 6s Dec.1943
N J & Hud Riv Ry & Ferry—_
1st gold 4s 1950 opt
M&S
N J Pow & Lt 1st 4**s '60—A&O
New Jersey Water Oo—
1st M 5s 1950
P & A
New London Gas & Electric—
Oonsol & refg 5s 1933
J&J
New Mexico Power—
1st M 5s 1958
J&J
New Milford Pow 1st 6s '32.P&A

n

67

2
96

97**

99
70

loo"
97**

99

101

90

95

102

104

100**

101

1st & ref 6s 1955 series B—J&D
Gen M 4**s 1935
J&J
Inc 6s Nov 1949 ser A—J&D
New Orleans Ry & Light Co—
Canal & Olaib 1st 6s '46-M&N
N O Oy RR—Gen g 5s '43-J&J
N O Oy & Lake 5s 1943-..J&J
NO&Oarroll con 6s Feb'33-J&J
N O Pow House Oo 6s *41-J&J

J&J
Newp News & Old Pt Ry & El
1st g 6s Nov 1 1938
M&N
Gen g 5s Mar 1 1941—M&S
New Roch^lle Wat 5**s '51 -M&N
N Y Cent Elec 1st 5*50-M&S
New York Edison Oo—
1st lien & ref 6**s 1941—A&O
1st 1 & ref 6s ser B 1944—A&O
N Y Gas Elec L H & P Co-

Oonv deb 5s 1957 ser A-.M&S
Deb 5**s 1963 ser B_._F&A15
Deb 5s Nov 15 '69 ser O M&N15
North Amer Light & Power Co—

81

70**

Serial 5% notes 1933
Serial 5% notes 1934

25

98

78
94

109
102

93**
100

78**
97

A&O
A&O
A&O
A&O

Serial 5% notes 1935
Serial 5% notes 1936
North Amer W W & Elec Corp—
Oonv sec 6s 1938 ser A-.M&N

North Boston Ltg Properties—
J&J
3-year 5% notes 1932
North Carolina Pub Serv Oo—

70

78

4**

4**

45
15
14

101**

67**

68

69

71

675*

1st & ref g 5s *40 op '20—A&O
North Shore Gas Co of Illinois—

69

76 H

91**

77**

92**

101

104

105**

1055*

106

108

99

993*

95
32
96

82

36

1st gold 5s 1937

15**
103

95

99
104

88**

86

%

99**
99

87**

l6l~"

86

79 H

823
793

llH
72

83

90**

94

90

97

85**

89

69**

60**

§6""
82

92
90
87

82

84

98
83

IS
99**

107

45

20
....

99**
95**

100**

98**

100

84"

985*

94

94

100

94

78""

1st

s

f 5**s 1957 ser A

86

102

98'

995*

94""

100
90
90

98**

99

94

96

100

101

88

93

90

95
82
85

100**
99**

—A&O

99**

101

1st & ref 6s 1941 ser B—.A&O

94**

103*1

104

1st & ref 5s 1941

110

1105*

1045*

105

lit g 5s Dec 1 1948
J&D
Pur mon coll tr 4s 1949
F&A
Ed El 111, N Y, con g 6s '95 J&J

1055*
93 J*
105

106**
95**
114*

Northern Texas Traction Co—

Equitable Gas 5s 1932—M&S

100

100

Northern Texas Utilities Oo—

New Amster Gas 6s 1948—J&J

NY&ER Gas 1st g 6s '44-J&J
Oon 5s 1945
J&J
NY&Westch Ltg 4s 2004—J&J
Deb g 6s 1964 op guar—J&J

A&O
J&D

88

85**

88**
915*

opt-—J&J

12

n

91

93**

Refunding 4**s 1961
5**% notes 1940
Northern Texas Elec Co—

£§**
96
93

S3**
99**

Coll tr

1st g 5s

f g 5s 1940

1933 opt

Northern Utilities Co—

85**
100**

1st lien s f 6s 1943 ser
S I deb 6**s

1943

J&J

„

A..M&N

M&N

39**

41

45

47

/ This price includes accrued Interest,




k Last sale,

i In London,

35**

F&A
Oklahoma Ry 1st & ref 5s *41-J&J

70

Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 '61
Omaha & Ooun Bluffs Ry & Br

75**

1st

m

5s 1948

A

ser

28,,

f 6s 1947—
—A&O
Omaha & Council Bluffs St Ry—
s

—

38

J&J

Ontario Pow 5s '43 op to '13-F&A
Ontario Power Serv Corp—
1st sf5**s 1950
J&J
Ontario Transmission Oo Ltd

97

*68
90

1st gu g 5s '45 op bef '16--M&N
Orange & Pas Val R—See P S Oorp
Orange & Rockland Elec Co—
m

5s 1958

91

93

85**

F&A

87**
61

1st M 5s 1957 series A
J&D
Oslo Gas & El Works (Norway)—
Extl sink fund 5s 1903
M&S
Ottawa L H & Power—
Ref & coll tr 5s 1957 ser A_ A&O
Ottawa Trac 1st 5**s July '55J&D

67

n

Nominal,

r

70

65

75"

Ottawa Valley Power Go—
1st M ■ f 5J*s 1970
A&O
Otter Tail Power Oo (Minn)
Gen M 5s 1946 ser E
A&O

93**

94**

98

100

80
95

85
98

79

81

74
87

101

Pacific Gas & El ref 5s '42--J&J
1st & ref M 6s 1941 ser B.J&D

76
90

1015*
103 "

102""

93"

935*

935*

94*1

100**

102**

Serv—

45**

i— M&S

47**

,

85

86

90**

X-F&A

5-year 5% notes 1936
M&S
Pacific Teleph & Telegraph—
1st & col tr s f g 5s 1937—J&J 2
Ref M 5s 1952 series A...M&N
Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952
A&O
Pasa & Mt Lowe—See Pac El Ry
Paterson Ry—See Pub Serv Oorp

91

1015*

102

102**

103**
96

94

Paterson & Passaic Gas & Electric

consol gold 5s 1949-..

102**
99**

M&S

Pawtucket Gas 4s 1932
M&N
Pecos Valley Power & Light Co.

Penn Centra ILight &
1st & ref 4**s 1977

45

98

11
«31 <01

M&N

81

86

Without warrants
Deb 5**s 1959 ser B

1

1

i

M&N

i

84"

GO

815*

F&A

IOO

83

—

815*
97

96

53

Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Oo—
1st 1 & ref 5 **s *55 ser A—M&S
_

1st Uen & ref 5a 1958
M&S
Deb 6s 1940
J&D
Pennsylvania-Ohio Pow & Lt—
1st & ref 5**s '54 ser A—J&J
Penna Pow Oo 1st 5s 1956—J&J

100**
99

Pennsylvania Pow & Light Oo—
1st M 4**s 1981
A&O
Pennsylvania State Water Oorp—
1st lien 5**s 1952 series A-M&S
Penn Tel 5s 1960 ser O
Penn Water & Powers f 5s '40J&J

s

11

Power Oo—

Penn-Ohio Edison CoDeb g 6s 1950 ser A

Canadian price,

100**

57**

5j*s '51 J&J

1st ref 4**s 1968 ser

7

6 Basis.

44"

_

1913—J&J

1st s f 7s '35 with war
Without warrants—

&
99
97

s

1st

85
87

Pennsylvania Electric Co—
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser D....J&D
1st & ref 4s 1971 ser F_.„ M&N
3**% notes Aug 1 1932 ..F&A
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Oorp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A
M&S

Northern Penna Power Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser A—J&D
Northern States Power Oo—.

32

J&J

J&D
Oklahoma Gas & Electric—
1st M 5s 1950
M&S
Debenture gold 6s 1940---M&S
Oklahoma Gas Util 6**s 1934
Okla Natural Gas 6s 1946 A.-J&J
1st m 5s 1948 ser B
F&A
Oklahoma Power & Water

Peninsular Tel Oo 1st

96

consol gold 4s 1933—J&J
1st lien & ref 5s 1956
F&A
Gen & ref 6s 1947 ser.A—M&S

98

Valley Gas Oorp—

lst 6j*s 1943 (with war)
Ohio Water 6s June 1933

1st m 6**s 1937 ser A..—M&N
Deb 7s 1942
J&J

Northern Ohio Trac & Light—
1st consol gold 5s 1933—J&J
1st

85

Ohio

.

98

96**

98*1
87

100

Pacific Public Service Co—

102""

95**

104**

Ohio State Telep 5s 1944
J&J
Ohio Val Elec Ry 1st M 5a '46J&D

Pacific Power & Light C<_
1st M 5s 1955

101

99

M&S

98

106**

1st M & ref 7 **s '46 ser A.A&O
1st & ref 7s 1947 ser B
F&A
1st & ref 6s 1953 series O.M&S
1st & ref 581954 ser D—M&S

Guaranteed
Pacific Northwest Pub
Oonv deb 6s 1950

98

99"

89**

1st & ref 4J*s '60 ser F—J&D
Pacific Light & Power Oorp—
Pac L & P Oo 1st 5s 1942-J&J

93

101

99**

1st & ref 5**s 1952 ser O-J&D
1st & ref 5s 1955 ser D
J&D
1st & ref 4**s 1957 ser E—J&D

101**

92**

10
100

Pacific EJec Ry g 5s 1942—.J&J
Los Angeles Pacific Oo—
1st ref g 4s 1950 opt '15-J&J
L A Pa R R Oal 6s '43-M&S

99**

F&A

Gen & ref 5**s 1951
Northern Ohio Telep Oo—

93

1st s f 6 **s 1943 ser A
J&D
Ohio L & Pow 1st 5s 1944
Ohio Pow 1st & ref 5s 1952 B J&J
1st & ref 4**s 1950 ser D-J&D
Deb g 6s 2024
J&D
Ohio Public Service Oo—

Ozark Power & Water Co—
1st s f 5s 1952
—M&S
Pacific Ooast Power 5s 1940-M&S

55

100

95

96**

Ohio-Kentucky Gas Oo—

1st

Northern Ohio Pow & Lt—

96**

,62"

~

----

M&S

1st 1 & ref 5s 1955 ser E__J&D
Watertown L & P 5s 1959-J&J

12

Gas"5s"l945————M&N

Oregon Elec Ry 5s *33 opt.-M&N
'egon-Washlngton Water Serv—

56

74

65
35

J&D

Ext 6s 1936

88**

—

80
99

f 5s 1958 ser A

7s 1942

Ogden

4

53

Northern Indiana Ry—
1st M 5s 1960
Northern N Y Utilities Inc—
1st M & ref 5s 1963
J&J
1st lien & ref 7s 1946 A
M&N
1st lien & ref 6s 1947 B
M&N
1st 1 & ref 6s 1943 O
M&N
1st 1 & ref 5**s ser D '49--J&D

s

Oberpfalz Elec 7s 1946
City Costal Highw Bdge—

13

100

lst&ref m 4**s 1970 «erE_ J&D
North Ind Gas & El jjs "52—M&N

1st M

48**
82

Ocean

90

97

M&N

1st m a f conv 6s '60 serA.J&J
Northwestern Pub Serv Oo—
1st m 5s ser A 1957
J&J
Northw Teleg—See W U Teleg
Nova Scotia Light & Power Co—

20

1st & ref 5**s 1946
M&S
North El Oo & Nor Pap Mills—
1st M 5s 1934-1947
M&N
Northern Elec Oo Ltd—See Misc.

1st & ref 5s 1966 ser O
1st & ref 5s 1969 ser D

53**

60

100

Northern Ind Pub Serv—
1st & ref 5**s ser B I960--J&J

1st mtge 5s 1941 opt
M&S
Union El (Loop) 5s g *45-A&O
Northwestern Power Oo Ltd—

97
80

North Oalif Pow 5s 1932—J&D
1st & cons s f 5s '48 op T5_J&