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BANK

RECORD
PEO.

U.

S.

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

N. Y. STOCK
N. Y.

STOCK

NEW YORK

EXCHANGE—BONDS...17
EXCHANGE—STOCKS..30

NEW

40
EXCHANGE—57

CURB EXCHANGE

PITTSBURGH STOCK
YORK

.58

CHANGE

CHICAGO STOCK

60

EXCHANGE
INDEX TO

BOSTON STOCK

EXCHANGE

68

BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

70

SAN FRANCISCO

EXCHANGE

DETROIT STOCK

EXCHANGE

—-1

OF OCTOBER

BONDS
77
STEAM RAILROAD STOCKS
81
INVESTMENT TRUST ST'KS & B'DS..82
JOINT STOCK

LAND BANK BONDS...99

JOINT STOCK

LAND BANK STOCKS..99

REAL ESTATE

BONDS...... 100

BONDS

PUBLIC UTILITY

BONDS

PUBLIC UTILITY

STOCKS

INDUSTRIAL & MISCELL.
INDUSTRIAL & MISCELL.
EXCHANGE SEATS

...76

GENERAL QUOTATIONS

STEAM RAILROAD

FEDERAL LAND BANK

72

STOCK EXCHANGE.74

PAGE

PAGE

REVIEW

66

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE

LOS ANGELES STOCK

EX-

PRODUCE

PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE .64

119
.83
-.88
BONDS....91
STOCKS...95
93

TEXTILE

MANUFACTURING STOCKS.

NORTHERN

94

MILLS

SOUTHERN MILLS

94

CANADIAN MILLS.

94

94

MINING STOCKS

INSURANCE STOCKS & SCRIP...94, 120
REAL ESTATE

TRUST & LAND STKS.95

TITLE GUAR. & SAFE
U. S. AND

DEP. STOCKS..95

MUNICIPAL BONDS

CANADIAN MUNICIPAL BONDS.
FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
BANKS AND TRUST

100

102

BONDS...103

COMPANIES... 109
120

CANADIAN BANKS

November 4, 1932

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COMPANY,

Street, Corner of

PUBLISHERS

Spruce Street, New

York.

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offer

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an

offices

our

important cities in

experienced investment service

pleased

to

submit

Municipal, Railroad




in

to

the

United States and abroad,

institutions.

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we

recommend for investment.

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Corporation
The Chase National Bank

60 Cedar

Building

Street, New York

SAFE DEPOSIT & TRUST CO.
OF

BALTIMORE

Chartered 1864

Capital $2,000,000
as

Organized 1867

Surplus & Profits Over $3,894,000

Trustee of Corporation

Mortgages, Fiscal
Agent for Corporations and
Individuals, Transfer
Agent and Registrar.
Depositary under plans of
reorganization.
Acts

as

Executor,

Administrator,

Trustee, Receiver, Attorney and
especially organized for careful

Guardian,
Agent, bung

management

settlement of

ana

estates of
every character.
SECURITIES HELD ON DEPOSIT
FOR OUT-OF-TOWN

CORPORATIONS

AND PERSONS.

DIRECTORS
JOHN J.

NELLIGAN
WALDO NEWCOMER
BLANOHARD RANDALL
NORMAN JAMES
SAMUEL M. SHOEMAKER
ROBERT

JOSEPH B. KIRBY
HOWARD BRUCE
MORRIS WHITRIDGE
J. EDWARD
JOHNSTON
EDWIN G. BAETJER
LYMAN DELANO

GARRETT

OFFICERS
JOHN J.
NELLIGAN, Chairman of Board
JOSEPH B. KIRBY,
President
WM. R. HUBNER, 3d
H. H. M
Vice-Pree.
LEE, Vice-President
GEORGE PAUSCH, 4th
Vice-Pree.
ANDREW P.
SPAMER, 2d V.-P.
R. S. OPIE, 5th
Vice-President

George B. Gammle
Treasurer W. D. G. Wrightson
Asst. Sec,
Thomas B. Butler
Secretary Roland L. Miller Charles F. Lechthaler Real
Cashier A Asst. See.
Estate Off.
John W. Bosley Asst.
Treas. A Asst. Sec Maurice J. Nelligan,
Edgar H. Cromwell,
Asst. Cashier A Asst. Sec.
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Asst. Treas. & Asst. Sec. Harry E. Challls Andrew H. Troeger Assistant
Treasurer Raymond E. Burnett
J. Edward
Knapp - Assistant Treasurer Howard W. Baynard
Robert B.
Chapman
Asst. Sec. James S. Asher
I.

Campbell Connor

we

shall

comprehensive list of carefully selected
Government,

a

and Public Utility Bonds which

Acts

we

Asst. Sec.

Asst. Cashier

-

-

-

-

Auditor

•

Asst. Auditor

-

Asst. Auditor

Chalmers S. Brumbaugh

•

Statistician

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Entered

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S.

PAT,. OFFICE

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The subscription price to the

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year.

disposition

was

LONDON OFFICE—Edwards & Smith.

The prevailing

to think that in general the course of indus¬

try had definitely turned the corner with the advent

1 Drapers' Gardens.

further progress

B.C.

Publishers,
New York.

William Street corner Spruce Street,

October

Nov. .8, and as the day for that event came
increasingly disturbing effect upon

it exercised an

nearer

activity even if it

general trade, unquestionably lessening
did not cause
became

very

The Presidential campaign

actual setback.

an

heated as the month progressed, and charges

and counter-charges

flung with great vehemence by

were

the adherents of the two political

parties against each other.

on a

very

under the leadership of Franklin D. Roose¬

and his Administration as

velt, charged President Hoover

incompetent and as directly responsible

for the unparalleled

depression in trade with which the country has
and insisted,

been inflicted,
could be

accordingly, that no revival in trade

depended upon

unless the

Republicans were ousted from

The Republicans in turn urged that the

power.

could not be trusted,

Democrats

that they were wedded to radical and
the Democratic party was committed

unsound doctrines, that

removal of
protection from the working classes and also meant lowering
to

policy of tariff revision, that this meant

a

and that at all events President Hoo¬

the standard of living,
ver

ought to be allowed to carry to

for the restoration of business
much as these

completion his policies

activity and prosperity,inas¬

policies had been unquestionably constructive,

policies advocated and advanced by Mr. Roose¬
indubitably destructive. Presi¬

whereas the

velt and the Democrats were
dent Hoover himself,

not

hesitate

to

in

declare

an

address on Monday, Oct. 31, did

that a

Democratic

"bring disaster to the fireside of your
would

"destroy

the

very

foundations

victory would

home," and that it
of

our

American

Both President Hoover and Mr. Roosevelt

campaigns with

conducted their

great energy, making trips all over

the

enthusiastic recep¬
they went, and wherever they spoke and

country, and both being accorded most
tions

wherever

of revenue

freight had reached the highest figures for any

week in the year 1932,

as

gained for him the support of many wavering adherents in
his

own

cause

party who had been luke-warm or indifferent be¬

of the unfortunate and sad condition of trade, though

whether he also

made

votes for himself in the opposition

party remains for the election to determine.
certain, namely, that new confidence was

One thing was
infused into the

compared with 1930.

of the United States

reached 622,075 cars; in the week end¬

625,636 cars; in the
falling
in the week ending Oct. 22. The same

ing Oct. 8 there was an increase to

Oct. 15 to 650,578 cars, followed by a

week ending

off to 642,173 cars

weeks of 1931 the loadings tapered

by the electric light and power
slight increases

showed

also

running

The output in kilowatt hours

increased from

1,499,459,000 in the week ending Oct. 1 to 1,533,028,000 in
wreek
ferent

weeks

in

week

the

29.

Oct.

ending

In

1931

irregular,

was

but

was

ending Oct. 29; in 1930 the amounts were
the first week

the

for the dif¬
1,645,587,000 units

the output

1 and 1,651,792,000 in the week

ending Oct.

1,711,123,000 in

1,741,295,000 in the last week, and in

and

1,819,276,000 in the first week and 1,815,749,000. in
month. The production of coal is per¬

the last week of the

haps an even better indication

of the state of trade activity,

and here we find that the amount

of bituminous coal mined

6,790,000 tons in the week ending Oct. 1; 7,255,000 tons

was

15,

and

Oct. 8; 7,888,000 tons in the week ending

In 1931 the

the week ending Oct. 22.

7,800,000 tons in

quantity mined was 7,860,000 tons in the week

ending Oct. 3; 7,848,000 tons in the

8,148,000 tons in
tons

in the week ending

the

to

1931

week ending Oct. 10;

17, and 8,144,000

the week ending Oct.

output

Oct. 24.

The close approach here

attracts attention.

,

steel

also,

Then,

production, while, as in all the other cases, remaining at a
very

low ebb, recorded slightly expanding activity, with the
United States engaged to

the close of the month as

during the earlier stages of the

industry of the United States
week,, though

from week to

behind all the years immediately preceding

well

back to 1929.

they no longer proceeded as if their case was hopeless, as

In the meantime Governor Roosevelt pushed his

The production of electricity

971,255 cars to 959,492 cars.

mills of the

campaign.

down from 777,712 cars

769,673 cars, and in the corresponding weeks of 1930 from

to

Republicans by President Hoover's aggressive action, and
assumed by many of them

For the wTeek

oh all the roads

ending Oct. 1 the loading of revenue freight

Oct.

of his Administration

weeks of 1931,

compared with the corresponding

and still heavier losses as

in the week ending

enlarged upon the acts

though in the week ending Oct. 22 there

falling off again, and in all cases there were heavy

a

losses

Association,

week ending Oct;;8,

Oct. 15, was able to report that loading

and the week ending

thinking that the aggressive way in which Mr. Hoover de¬
and

1931, with the result that for

the American Railway

namely, for the week ending Oct. 1, the

proclaimed their views, and there appeared every reason for
fended

still making decidedly

though

unfavorable comparisons with

1929,

system."

to week,

three successive weeks

little

Car loadings began to run a

reduced scale.

larger from week

came

The Democrats,

operations continued

further below, and building

noted

as

before the Presidential election,

the month

was

set for Tuesday,

Lumber production also showed a falling off again,

covery.

FINANCIAL EVENTS.

earliest

textile trades, for

which were inclined to lessen their speed of re¬

•instance,

OCTOBER—COMMERCIAL AND

also evi¬

in some trades that had given the

dence of slackening

manifestations of returning activity—the

REVIEW OF

little

There were not lacking

for the time being.

indications to confirm this view, though there was
DANA COMPANY,

WILLIAM B.

of Jthe

and that the trend would continue

second half of the year,

upward even if the recovery then inaugurated made

SaUe Street.

CHICAGO OFFICE—208 South La

remained undetermined.

terprise, accordingly, was held in abeyance.

Single copies are sold at 75 cents per copy.

extra.

commit¬
En¬

involved, no one was inclined to venture ppon new
ments so long as the outcome

United
other foreign

political, uncertainty is

is always the case when a great

as

publications of the

except

of the general

of things a large mass

public stood by in positive bewilderment, and furthermore,

Quotation Record :

and

Commercial & Financial Chronicle and

States,

NO. 11

NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 4 1932.

VOL. 5.

the month.
a

20% of capacity at

against 17%% at the opening of

Nevertheless, the political campaign exercised

retarding effect on trade, and the tendency

campaign with equal vigor and determination, and indicated

in trade and business as a whole was

unqualified confidence in the outcome.

to recovery

actually reversed.

This confidence ap¬

peared to be shared by the betting fraternity, as the odds in
his

favor increased from

2y2

to 1 to 5 to 1 by the end of

it

happened,

some

even

if not

decidedly distressing events,

highly important character, occurred

which

of

a

suggested the

possibility of a slowing down in the process of recovery en¬

October.
The deterrent effect upon
ent as the

As

arrested,

trade became increasingly appar¬

political controversy grew in intensity and bitter¬




tirely independent of the outcome of the political campaign.
In

this

we

allude

to

a

new

breakdown

V

in

the

course

of

MONTHLY
commodity values, and in

prices,

particular the collapse in wheat

to'the lowest figures recorded in centuries, and the

renewed decline in the

market value of cotton, the one

of the West and the

chief money crop

the

other the chief money

This obviously was no small matter, since
it meant further distress to the agricultural classes of the
;5 country, already reduced to dire extremity. This breakdown
in commodity values attracted the more attention inasmuch
as the change for the better in the general industrial situa¬
tion, inaugurated during the second half of the year, ap¬
peared to have had its origin very largely in the recovery
which then occurred in wheat and cotton, and which oertainly was greatly aided by such recovery.: The depth to
which the price of wheat in the markets of the world fell
during October was the sensational feature of the month,
and
it
had bearings away
beyond the limits of the
United States, extending in its ramifications to many other
'parts of the world. It was obviously a matter of vital con¬
cern to Argentina and Australia, as well as to the United
States and Canada, and likewise to the surplus grain procrop

of the South.

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1932 wheat crop of the

The
much

United States as a whole is

1931, notwithstanding that the spring
considerably better than that of 1931, when
almost a complete failure.
The 1932 winter wheat
that of

below

wheat yield is
it

was

the other hand, is much below the

crop, on

exceptional yield

1931, and, accordingly, the total of all wheat for 1932 in
the United States is 712,000,000 bushels against 894,000,000

of

(according to the crop report of the

bushels in 1931

United

Agriculture, made public on Oct. 10),
a decrease, it will be observed, of 182,000,000 bushels.
On
the other hand,: the Canadian crop is one of the largest
ever raised in the Dominion, it being estimated at 467,150,000
States Department of

only 304,144,000 bushels in 1931, and com¬
420,672,000 bushels in 1930 and 304,520,000
bushels in 1929, and Chicago dispatches said that the fixed
determination of Canada to sell her wheat crop in world
bushels against

paring

with

;

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-Joeing countries of Central Europe.

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P'vF:

The Breakdown of the

v

.

Another most unfortunate

Pound Sterling.

development, and also of wide

"

concern, was

the complete collapse in the value

of the pound

market. This last, affecting the financial prestige of. one of the great countries of
the world, whose financial standing has always been pre¬
-eminently high, could not be viewed with unconcern even
in the United States, though the disposition in Great Britain
itself was to treat the depreciation with complete indiffer¬
ence, if one may judge of public comment on the subject.
Thus the financial editor of the "Times" of London wai^
sterling in the foreign exchange

o
/,

.•quoted as saying: "The so-called fall of the pound is of no
/importance," adding, "the only really important fact is that
the old gold standard has ceased to exist owing to about
three-quarters of the gold supplies being cornered by a few

given by economists in the grain
the crash of wheat values to

markets at any price was
trade

the

as

reason

behind

It is well known that Canada
always follows the practice of getting its big surplus out of
the country as soon as possible, and Canadian exports have
latterly been running heavy while those of the United States
remained light.
In that respect the Dominion has pursued
a policy quite in contrast with that of the United States.
When our Federal Farm Board was engaged in buying up
the lbwest levels in history,

vast supplies of wheat, in sight of the whole world, Canada
quietly disposed of her large surplus.
She appears to be
pursuing the same policy now.
And it should not be for¬
gotten that under the Ottawa agreement Canada is to have
a

preference of 6c. a bushel on wheat going to Great

Britain
and

compared with grain coming from the United States

as

In addition to all this it was pro¬
noted, to grant a bonus of 5c. a bushel to
prairie wheat growers, but which scheme had to be aban¬
doned because of the financial condition of the Dominion
other foreign countries.

posed,

as

already

r

'

London

Bearing in mind that cable transfers on

countries."

during
lowest
8, thus
of less than

had tumbled badly on several different occasions
the month, and had touched $3.27% on Oct. 26, the
figure since Dec. 8 1931, against $3.46 1/16 on Oct.

,

decline of 19c. in the brief space
three weeks, this seemed a light way of dismissing a seri¬
ous matter, though it may have been merely a reflection
of the British habit of putting a brave face on things in
showing

'

times

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a

of

stress

and

trouble.

The month's

the rate of sterling, and the causes

fluctuations in

underlying the same or

assigned for them, are discussed at length in our review of

/ the foreign exchange market in the closing paragraphs of
this article.
The Drop"in Wheat Prices to the Lowest Level Reached in Centuries—Other Grain Prices Also Lower—The Distress of the

,

j^
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Farming Classes.

>

It

is hardly possible

to exaggerate the importance and

•significance of the further great drop in the price of wheat.
On Wednesday,

Oct. 26, the price of the December option

v

for wheat in Chicago tumbled to 44%c., and it might be added

./

that oh Monday, Oct. 31, the price went still lower, touching

43%c., and reached the lowest level recorded in 340 years.
The "Wall Street Journal" for Wednesday, Oct. 26, in noting
/

the break on that day,

a

eagged on that day to the lowest levels that have prevailed

j..

since 1592, when English farmers received only 50c. a bushel

.for their wheat.

observed that world wheat prices had

In the

Liverpool grain pit the price

/Oct. 26 was only slightly more than that figure.

?

the history of the

*
.

prices been
on

Oct. 26.

on

Never in

United States, it was pointed out,

had

low as the figure reached in the Chicago pit
Wheat in Canada's chief market sold down to

so

46c. for the December option on

Oct. 26, the smallest price
In January 1895

in the history of that 27-year old exchange.

(37

years

't6 48%c.

ago) wheat in the Chicago market had sold down
The periods of business stress in 1907 and 1921

apassed without that record having been disturbed.

On Oct.
1931, however, tyheat culminated a sustained downward
.. movement*
with the bottom price of 44%c. A rally to 73c.
followed in the autumn of that year, but the market failed

b
.

.5

"(tb hold that gain.

Ob July 16 1932, under the

pressure

6f hedging of winter wheat, a large spring wheat crop, and
'

generally favorable world prospects, wheat slumped to 44%c.
;0(for the July option), and that price was again reached
(ifon July 18.
It was also remarked that the decline within
the past few weeks had put the American market within 2c.

Government.

had touched 44%c. as

only occasional feeble rallies, and on Oct. 29 an even lower

when sales occurred at 43%c., while
Monday, Oct. 31, there was a further dip to 43 %c., though
the close for the day was 44c., which compares with an open¬
depth was reached,

on

ing price of 53% c. on Oct. 1.
In the May wheat option at
Chicago a low of 48%c. was reached on Oct 31 against 59%c.
on Oct. 4, with the close Oct. 31 at 49y2c. against the opening
price on Oct. 1 of 58%c.
At Winnipeg greater steadiness
developed.
The December wheat option touched 46c. on
Oct. 26, and this compared with a high figure for the month
of 51%c., but on Oct. 31 there was a further drop to 44%c.,
though the close on that day for the Winnipeg December
option was 46%c., which compared with the opening price
of 51 %c. on Oct. 1.
All the other leading grains also suffered
further severe declines during October, adding to the dis¬
tress of the Western agricultural communities.
In these
instances the low figures of the month were reached on
Oct. 26, with a moderate upward reaction thereafter.
The
December option for corn in Chicago sold down from 28%c. a
bushel Oct. 4 to 23%c. Oct. 26, with the close Oct. 31 at 24%>c.,
which compares with an opening price on Oct. 1 of 27%e.
In the case of oats, the December option at Chicago sold
down to 14%c. Oct. 26 from 17%c. Oct. 1, and closed
Oct. 31 at 15%c.
•
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As indicating the depth of the depression in grain prices
and the hardships it is working,, some striking news dis¬
patches came from various parts of the world.
Thus Cana¬
dian press advices from Calgary, Oct. 26, stated that wheat
was being sold for $9 a ton, while the prevailing price for
sawdust was $10 a ton, so the solicitor for a Calgary district

of world

shipping competition for thb first time in 23 months,
dbd the hopd was exptes'^bd that much of the surplus wheat
in this Country would be exported shortly, thus improving
•'the

3

statistical position,
The chief immediate unsettling
factor in the break on Oct. 26 was official announcement

•j.

that a plan for

•

a

Government bonus to wheat

growers

in

j..Cdnada had been dropped. The previous week (Oct. 19)
'/Premier Bennett had told the Dominion House of Commons
'

that the Canadian

Government

was

considering proposals

told

farmer

the

master

chambers

in

there

day.

In the case of oats Chicago advices Oct. 9

of corn for fuel.

stated that prices of oats were

sented only about 7
grow

to 10c.

down to levels that repre¬
bushel to the farmers who

the grain.
Modifies Restrictions on Trading
in Grain Futures—-Governing

Secretary of Agriculture Hyde
on

a

Board of Trade

Chicago

Long and Short Position•
The Secretary
on

Oct.

22

that

of Agriculture, Arthur M. Hyde, announced
he had abolished, effective Oct. 24, the

requirement that reports be made to the Graiii Futures
Administration

on

which

more

involve

trades by

States Daily" of Oct.

than

25, in referring to the matter, said :

Their reports form a large part

Administration has regulated the

given at the Department.

individuals on grain exchanges
500,000 bushels.
The "United

of the basis on which the Grain Futures

grain exchanges, according to information

They were eliminated by Secretary Hyde to
that they keep traders

determine whether or not the contention is true

House of Commons that the Dominion

according to

to pay

a

wheat bonus the present

was

year.

not in

a

position

Associated Press

'

advices fronr Chicago, Oct. 26, observed that not only had
f5the bonus policy of the Canadian Government on wheat been

discontinued,; but Government-sponsored buying support for
N

that

Des Moines,
Iowa, Oct. 9, prices for corn were so low (farmers being
offered at that time only 13 or 14c. a bushel, and further
declines occurring later m the month), and the harvest so
plentiful that many Iowa farmers were considering the use

to grant a bonus of 5c. a bushel to prairie wheat growers.
But on Tuesday, Oct. 25, Mr. Bennett made it plain to the
t

on

According to Associated Press advices from

,.

'

prices on Oct. 25 and Oct. 26, on
option for wheat in Chicago
against 54%C. on Oct. 4. there were

After the break in wheat

which latter day the December

out of the market,
a

narrowing the scope of trading and lowering grain prices,

statement by the Secretary

undue short selling.

Secretary Hyde's statement
ment as of Oct. 24,

It has long been

announcing suspension of the report require¬

follows in full text:

the contention of the grain exchanges and

the wheat market had also apparently been withdrawn, and

dealers that the regulations of the

Canadian prices were left to shift for themselves.

ing reports of trades in excess of




announcing his action. Mr.
had taken action to prevent

Hyde added that the Chicago Board of Trade

of the grain

Grain Futures Administration requir¬

500,000 bushels by individual traders

3

MONTHLY KEVIEW
lowering the prices of grains.
saying that a modification of
would result in larger purchasing and broader commodity
narrowing the market and
almost unanimous in

have resulted in

Grain dealers are now

regulation

this

markets.
While there

that such modification will

be no absolute assurance

can

higher prices, there is widely held opinion that
broader markets will finally result in better prices to the farmers.
In view of those representations and of the fact that prices of wheat,
corn and oats are ruinously low, I am persuaded to test the truth of such
views and have directed that on and after Monday, Oct. 24 1932, the
immediately

in

result

long and short position of

requirement that the

individual accounts be

....'pV,v.:
is conditioned on the fact that the Chicago Board of
resolution of its board of directors undertaken to prevent
harmful short selling.
This modification shall remain in effect until
notice of hearing on the reinstatement of the regulations shall have been
given or until undue price fluctuations or price levels occur which indicate
waived.

This modification

Trade has by

manipulation of the market.

Reports from

Trade to Call for Confidential

Chicago Board of

Members

on

Short Interest in Grain.

to the Chicago "Journal of Commerce" of
Business Conduct Committee of the Chicago
Board of Trade served notice to members that reports on
excessive short interest in grain would be required.
Forms

According

Oct.

the

27,

reporting such holdings were mailed to members
on Oct. 26, said the paper quoted, which

for use in

of the Exchange

?;,v

added:

vy/;.,.:,
of Federal restrictions which

the recent removal

follows

action

This

required reports to the Grain

Futures Administration of open interests

It is understood that the Board

600,000 bushels or more.

of

of Trade re¬

similar figure.
.
The ruling is in accordance with the agreement with the Grain Futures
Administration that upon lifting of Government restrictions the Exchange
would take steps to prevent excessive short selling.
Daily reports are
scheduled to be made beginning Friday, Oct. 28.
A statement accompany¬
quirements will set the limits at

ing the form said:
accordance with

"In

of Directors

resolution adopted by the Board

a

special meeting on Thursday, Oct. 20 1932, the Business
Committee has been charged with the duty of prohibiting all
at

a

The attached form is sent to you as a
which the Business Conduct Committee

speculative short selling.
the necessary procedure

obliged to follow in order

that they may have proper supervision over

will be absolutely confidential and the names

"These reports

viduals

of indi¬

will not be disclosed to
the short lines of individuals
set from time to time by the directors for the

expressed by code numbers or letters

as

limits

exceed such

Committee unless

Conduct

Business

the

harmful
part of
will be

in the grain market.

short interest

the

Conduct

are

as

and these become a menace to the market.
without disclosure of identity, will, of course, be available

guidance of the Committee
Information,

quoted at 8*4c. Oct. 31 against a nominal price of 10c bid on
Sept. 28.
This compared with 8%c. bid Aug. 31; 8^4c. July
30; 7%c. on June 30; 8%c. May 31; 7%@7%c. April 30; 7}4c.
Mar. 31; 7*4c. Feb. 29; 7%c. Jan. 30; also with 7@71/4c. Dec.
31; 0yo@6%c. Nov. 30; 5%@6c. Oct.

delay, information obtained in sugar circles indicated
what disposition should

the

that it resulted from dissension over

Affects

Drop

Grain—Withdrawal

of Support

Reflected in Chicago Prices.

Associated Press accounts from Chicago,
by the collapse of British exchange to

Shaken

England went off the gold standard,
new

Oct. 24, stated:

mended that the crop be

mitting liquidation of the pool as well as of the
Chadbourne

the lowest point since

viously came out in an editorial against this plan desired
to see the mill owners authorized to grind 2,700,000 tons and
to hold the

of certain restrictions against future
both from Argentina and Australia was

of Agriculture
Crop

and export demand

lower

those of any

than

deferred

for

Hog

for North American wheat was another

delivery
bearish,

disappointment.

near-by shipments of wheat at prices
other country, Argentina was reported offering

Canada was offering

Although

shipment at prices

Prices at 36-Year

well under those of Canada.

Slump.

in Chicago on Oct. 31,
Top price
was $3.30 on 180-270-pound weights which ranged down to
$3.25.
A few heavies and plainer kinds sold downward to
$3 and below. The declines were attributed mainly to weak¬
ened pork markets as receipts were lighter.
It is true, how¬
ever, the Chicago advices said, that slightly smaller receipts
had
been counterbalanced
by direct country buying of
Hogs sold down to a 36-year low

when the market continued its long

packers.
Course

<

v:

;}.

sinking spell.

of

Coffee and Sugar Pricei—Coffee
on

Suffers

a

Sharp Re-

the Ending of the Brazilian Revolution and

Opening of Brazilian Ports to Export Shipments—Sugar

the

Prices

Also Weaken at the Close of the Month.
As

was

to be expected,

opening of the port of Santos to export ship¬
ments brought a big decline in the price of coffee, especially
of the Brazilian grades.
Washington advices, Oct. 14, stated
that, according to a report to the Department of Commerce,
the Brazilian Federal Government had repealed the decree
from

Santos, and Associated

Press advices

Rio de Janeiro stated that the first coffee

permitted

Santos since it had been
blockaded by the Navy had been taken aboard the Munson
liner "Western World" on that day.
It loaded 50,000 sacks
to

the

leave

Sao Paulo

Active, but Rayon at Capacity

The renewed break in the

price of cotton was hardly less

disturbing than the collapse in wheat and grain, and was

in the market values of lead¬
noteworthy feature of
Export shipments of the staple continued to

part of the distressing decline

ing commodities which was such a
month.

the

well

ahead

the previous year and home

of those for

consumption of cotton was also well maintained,

but dis¬

appointment was felt because the Agricultural Bureau- at
Washington in its monthly report at the beginning of (Oc¬
tober did not show a further reduction in the, estimated

prospective yield of the growing crop, though nevertheless
forecasting a very short crop as compared with the crop
in 1931.
The Department in its report made pub ic
Oct. 8, put the yield at 11,425,000 bales as

grown
on

Saturday,

against 11,310,000 bales the estimate a month earlier.
This
was nevertheless a decline of over 5% million bales as com¬

i7,-

pared with the actual harvest the previous season, at

bales, but the estimate was about 300,000 bales
larger than the average of private estimates, and; proved
quite

a

port of

bombshell to those in the trade who had predicted
would be under 11,000,000 bales.
Selling
before the report appeared and increased in volume

the figures

that

started

the ending of the Brazilian revolu¬

tion and the

closing the port of

the Market Price of Cotton—The Course

.

096,000

,

duction

Output.

run

Low—Weaker Pork Markets Held Cause
of

"}'

700,000 tons over until next year.

of Textiles—Cotton Goods Less

British Government support for sterling rates
had an unsettling effect on grain values, and proved more than a counter¬
balance for any stimulating effects of removal by the United States De¬
news

Secretary of State who several days pre¬

Orestes Ferrara,

of

dealings.

300,000 tons

which must be disposed of yearly under
Plan.
Some producers headed by Dr.

The Renewed Break in

partment

limited to 2.000,000 tons, thus per¬

wheat, corn and rye to-day reached

bottom records.

Apparent withdrawal

The Sugar Institute recom¬

be made of the 700,000 ton pool.

the
Sterling

Pound

31; 5y2c. Sept. 30; 5y2@

July 31; 6%@7c. June 30; 6%c.
May 29; 6*4@6%c. April 30; 5%c. March 31; 5%@5%c.
Feb. 28; 6%c. Jan. 31, all in the year 1931, and with 7*4 @
7%c. Dec. 31 1930. No. 7 Santos Oct. 31 was quoted at lO^c.
There was no quotation Sept. 30 for this grade, but earlier
in September the price was 14c. bid.
This compares with
12%c. Aug. 31; 10y4c. July 80; 9ys@9%c. June 30; 9%@10c.
May 31; 9c. bid April 30; 8y»c. bid March 31; 8y2c. Feb. 29;
8%c. Jan. 30. It also compares with 8@8%c. Dec. 31; 734@
7%c. Nov. 30; 7y4c. bid Oct. 31; 67/s@7c. Sept. 30; 6%@
6%c. Aug, 31; 7y2@7.y8c. July 31; 8y2@9c. June 30; SV2@
8%c. May 29, and the same figures for April 30; 7%@8c.
March 31; 7%@8c. Feb. 28; 8%@9c. Jan. 31, all in the year
1931, and with 8%@9%ci Dec. 311930, and liy4c. Oct 311930.
Sugar prices moved upward the first half of the month
but suffered a setback the latter half.
Cuban raw sugar
at the end of September had sold at the equivalent of 1.14c.
c.i.f.
On Oct. 13 sales were made at 1.20c., the high price
for the year.
After that, however, there were successive
declines and on Oct. 28 sales were made at the equivalent
of 1.06c., 1.05c. and 1.04c. c.i.f.
The wholesale price of re¬
fined sugar here in New York City was reduced by the lead¬
ing refineries on Oct. 3 from 4.25c. to 4.15c., but marked up
again to 4.25c. at the close of business on Oct. 15.
Havana
advices Oct. 17 stated that the conference scheduled 'for
that day between President Machado and the directors of
the Sugar Institute, the official body controlling the sugar
industry, at which the figures for the 1933 sugar crop were
to be decided had been indefinitely postponed according to
the President of the Institute.
The advices said that while
no official statement was forthcoming as to the
reason for

53/40. Aug. 31;; 5%@6c.

of segregated sugar

Committee."

Business Conduct

to the

paid for the 24,000 bags of the October allotment sold on
Sept. 30 and 14.27c. to 14.52c. for the September allotment
of 62,500 bags.
The coffee cost the Farm Board the equiva¬
lent of about 8c. in wheat.
No. 7 Rio for spot delivery was

afterward, the net setback in cotton futures running

from

Spot cotton here in New York was marked
6.65c. and with larger or
smaller fluctuations from day to day touched 6.20c. on
Oct. 24 and after a rally to 6.45c. on Oct, 27,- dropped to

43 to 47

down

points.

on

that day from 7.05c. to

6.15c. Oct.

31, which compared with 7.25c. on Sept,' 30' and

Sept. 7, and 9.20c. Aug. 29, registering, 'a? decline jof
over 3c a pound or $15 a bale.
With the raw material thus
suffering such a great shrinkage, prices of cloth tiaturally

9c

on

also
of

moved downward causing a

the

cotton

goods market.

decidedly

Print cloths

unsettled'

Oct.

state

Fall "River

at

11 froih 3c.

pounds each—for New York.
It was stated that the
World" was the first ship to enter the port for
coffee since the revolt began on July 9.
News of this first

for 28 in. 64 x 60 were marked down

shipment from the port of Santos resulted in extensive liqui¬
dation of coffee futures on the New York Coffee and Sugar

during the month from 2%c. to 2y2c., and of 30-inW40x30

Exchange on Oct. 13.
Prices for Santos contracts closed at
declines of 26 to 39 points for the day.
These declines com¬

tical

pared with a maximum drop of 200 points when the Brazilian
rebellion ended.
The remaining quantity of 38,500 bags of

general quietude, which was further
Presidential campaign, though with no

^-132

"Western

the October allotment of
were

sold

on

62,500 bags of Farm Board coffee

Oct. 4 at prices ranging from 10 56c. to 11.65c.,

according to announcement by the Grain Stabilization Corpo¬
ration.

These prices




compared with 11 %c. to 15c. per pound

a

to

7

yard to 2%c, and further

2%c. Oct. 28.
oz.

on

reduced to 2%e. Oct. IT and

The price of-27 in. 64 x 60 was reduced

Osanburgs from 5%c.

to 5^40.

However, the.:statis¬

position continued very encouraging, even though

decline

in

prices

proved

an

the
causing
accentuated by the

unsettling

influence,

apprehension

ap-

parently of a relapse to the disorganized condition of' all the
textile industries before the great change for the better in
these trades which

half of the year.

occurred with the advent of

the second'

Mill stocks of carded cotton cloth' at the

.

MONTHLY .REVIEW
end

of

Oct. 13 by the Asso¬

of

Merchants

Textile

Cotton

The plan will ease the burden of repayment of suchl oans and should result

of New

September were reported on

ciation

in

York at less

production.
Stocks were down
23.5% for the month of September to 160,121,000 yards, a
new low record.
Billings during the month were 334,242,000
than three weeks of current

;

yards or 117.3%

of production which totalled 284,956,000
yards. ■ Sales for the month were 292,410,000 yards or
102.6% of production.
Unfilled yardage was 444,028,000
yards, a greater back log, it was stated, than at the same
date in the boom year of 1929, when the figure was 438,-

•

'

952,000 yards; stocks then
the present date.
The
sued Oct. 14, showed that
the United States during

185,000,000 yards more than
Census Bureau in its report is¬
cotton consumed by the mills of

were

at

had

amounted

491,655 bales of lint and 61,308 bales of linters, compared

to

with

•

September 1932,

64,269 bales of linters in

bales of lint and

464,335

Accounts from Europe also were highly encouraging.

Press

Associated

to

advices

from

Ac¬

Manchester,

England, Oct. 11 the British Cotton industry was operating
under a torrent of orders, part of them released by the
settlement

spired

by

of

weavers'

the

that

fears

strike

spinners

the

the

and

remainder

quit

will

work.

Indian shippers have

Sales

Meanwhile

level.

were

doubled.

the position

% inch.

loans made prior to 1932 on the

yarn

For the last fort¬
similar to those of

Order books have reached the 1930

nearer to a

crisis.

posted Monday, effective in seven days.

Notice of 8)4% wage

Thus far neither side has

.

ceipts will be required to be delivered to authorized field agents of the

Secretary

to the regional collection office

or

sufficient cotton to col¬

on

lateralize the loan at the price above mentioned rather than on the quantity

required at current market prices.
cents per

pound

In certain

the basis will be 9)4

areas

middling %-inch cotton.

on

r

Differentials will be prepared to provide premiums for staple longer than
Vi inch and grades better than middling and likewise discounts for short

by Federal licensed
All cotton

All cotton deposited as collateral must be graded

classers.

w-C//v;-

collateralized must be accompanied by an agreement signed

so

by the borrower whereby he

reserves

the right of selling such cotton at any

time prior to March 1 1933, and authorizes the
Secretary to sell same in his

discretion at any time subsequent to that date.

Receipts Required.

•

.

Warehouse receipts will be required on sufficient cotton to cover the
together with storage and insurance charges and any

advance which may be made for picking and ginning expenses.

When the

cotton is finally sold the borrower will be credited with the proceeds of the
sale.
In the event that the proceeds are not sufficient to

the full

pay

amount of the loan the balance will remain

as an

obligation of the borrower.

If the proceeds of sales are more than sufficient to
pay the loan and interest,
the balance will be refunded.

/

The above plan will permit farmers to fully collateralize their loans from

made any move, publicly at least, toward resuming negotiations.

Then also the Polish cotton

basis of 9 cents per

Borrowers who wish to take advantage of the

When delivered to the latter, cotton must be insured and warehouse re¬

The

of the spinning section, which concerns

200,000 workers, approaches daily
cuts was

on

collateral plan will be required to deliver their cotton to the cotton co-oper¬
ative associations or to Federal bonded warehouses.

amount of the loan

been heavy buyers this week.

night spinning mills have experienced demands for
the 1929 boom.

Cotton will be accepted as collateral for crop production loans of 1932 and

unpaid balances
pound middling

in¬

Associated Press advices also said:

,,V

.

■

during the coming Winter.

staple and lower grades.

September 1931.
cording

improving the cotton market.

The purpose of this plan is to encourage the storage of cotton, relieving
the pressure on the market and assisting the farmers to care for their families

spinning mills using American

the Secretary and at the same time permit them to dispose of the balance of
their crops for cash
\
„

reported

be

operating on full single-shift
the early part of September, according to a
report received from Assistant Trade Commissioner Gilbert
were

to

basis during

Redfern at Warsaw.

Maximum Limit of Interest
Bales

Demand for cotton yarn is said to be fairly good so that in spite of the

activity of the spinning mills stocks of yarn are still regarded
Although

no

improvement was reported in the demand for piece

goods it is expected by many cotton goods merchants that a better demand
is in prospect owing to the low stocks in the hands of mills and wholesalers.

voted

Oct.

on

future

13

$2.20@$2.25,

on

Nov. .30 and also

paring

Oct. 31 1931, and com¬
31 1930.
In the 20-22

on

with $4.70@$4.75 on Jan.
deniers, Japanese crack double extra were quoted at $1.45@
$1.50, Oct. 31 against $1.60@$1.65, Sept. 30; $2.00@$2.05,
Aug. 31; $1.45@$1.50, July 30; $1.17%@$1.22%, June 30;

$1.10@$1.15, May 31; $1.32%@$1.37%, April 30; $1.42%@
$1.47%, March 31; $1.70@$1.80, Feb. 29; $1.95@$2.00, Jan.
30; $1.85@$1.90, Dec. 31 1931; $2.30@$2.32%, Nov. 30;
$2.10@$2.15, Oct. 31 1931, and comparing with $4.60@$4.65,
Jan. 311930.

In rayons the

activity previously noted continued and in

The rayon yarn
producing industry produced at the rate of 100% of capacity
October

90%

against

in

September, according to the
"Textile Organon," published by Tubize Chatillon
Corpora-"
tion.
No slackening in demand is apparent at the
present
time, it is added.
The volume of rayon shipments in Oc¬
tober showed little diminution from the

tember, while prices
Crude

rubber

spot delivery

are

Lumber

prices

evinced

a

with 28%

compared
ended

Oct.

31

were

tional

Lumber

operations

by

on

any

■

v.."-"::/,

Department of Agriculture on Oct. 5 announced a
plan for extending crop-production loans in cotton States
by
accepting the staple as collateral on the basis of 9 cents a
middling seven-eighths inch.
In "certain areas,"
department will allow 9% cents a pound on middling
seven-eighth-inch cotton.
The announcement in behalf of
the Department of Agriculture was
given out as follows by
Henry S. Olarke, Director of the 1932 Crop Production
on

the

Office, according to the "United
request

of

a

operative associations,

States Daily":

large number of Senators and Congressmen,
and individuals in the

before and 37%

week

the

week

Manufacturers'

Association

covering

the

The weekly average of new business reported
was 20% below that

ago.

reported during the weeks of September.

September orders

however, relatively heavy this year, exceeding those
of August by nearly 20%.
The Association in its statement
were,

also said

as

Production

follows:
reported by the 687 mills during the week ended Oct. 22

as

which

was

higher than any week since June with

the exception of the week ended Oct. 15.

feet, which

was

Orders received

were

130,945,000

lower than any week since early August.

The identical mill report showed orders 18% below those of last year and

production 24%

below, all regions showing declines.

were not so

as

of the year

ings

high

during

some recent

weeks, but

from April to the middle of September.

Lumber shipments
above

were

week

every

Forest products load¬

reported by the American Railway Association for the week ended

as

Oct. 15

were

higher than for any week since April.
'

\

Depressed—Copper
Further Price

a

-

.

'

.

Slightly Greater Activity but Remains

and

Other

Metals

Non-Ferrous

Show

Weakness.

The steel industry continued to lack support from the
major consuming industries—the railroads, building con¬
struction, and the
automobile manufacturer—but made

minor

issue

gains in
of

Oct.

no

directions.

other

27

said

that

The

except for

"Iron

larger

Age"

in

orders

its

from

of the automobile companies, steel business had made

further headway—a

certainty

situation generally ascribed to

as to the outcome of the

un¬

Presidential election and

the effect that a change of administration might have upon
trade recovery.
Ingot production for the country as a
whole

the

at

capacity

close

$43

a

of

the

17%%

against

was

month

at
a

the

was

at

reduction

20%

about

beginning.

One

of

in the price of

of

the

steel

ton to $40 by the United States Steel Cor¬

poration and followed by other producers, but the "Iron
Age" said this was not expected to produce much immediate
That the directors of the United States Steel

Corporation, however, looked for some extension of recent
gains was assumed from their action on Oct. 25 in declar¬
ing the usual quarterly dividend of 1%% on the preferred
shares notwithstanding the company's loss in
the third
quarter was the largest ever experienced during the entire
history of the company, for a period of 31
issue

of

"Iron

Nov.

years.

In its

Age" discussed things-as follows:

3, bringing conditions down to Nov.

1,

the

With many buyers awaiting the outcome of the election before making
co¬

cotton-growing States, the

Secretary of Agriculture has agreed to liberalize the

terms of the crop
pro¬

duction loans in these States for the relief of the
distressed cotton farmers.




the

during the first three weeks of October

rail tonnage.

The

Increases—

687 leading softwood and hardwood mills.
was
24% of capacity, compared with 22% a

Production
month

rails from

Pound,

but Production

Shipments Largest Since April.

of

events of the month

Crop Loam Liberalized by Department of Agriculture—
Cotton to Be Accepted aa Collateral on Basis of Nine Cents

the

interest

Sept. 17, according to telegraphic reports to the Na¬

15%@15%c. Feb. 28 1930,.

At

of

month

New business at the lumber mills of the country during
was 26% of their production capacity,

weakening tendency due

Cotton

Loans

one

the week ended Oct. 22

some

pound

any

Setback

a

Forest Products

April 30; 3 l-16c. bid and 3 3-16c. asked March 31; 3%@
11-lOc. Feb. 29; 4 5-16@4 7-16c. Jan.
30; 4 13-16c.@
4 15-lGc. Dec. 31
1931; 4 5-16@4%c. on Nov. 30; 4 9-16
@4%c. Oct. 31; 4%@4%c. Sept. 30; 5@5%c. Aug. 31;
5%@5%c. July 31; 6 13-16@6 15-16c. June 30; 6%c. bid
May 29; 5%@6c. April 30; 6%@7c. Mar. 31; 7%@7%c.
Feb. 28; 7%@8c. Jan. 31; 8%@8%c. Dec. 31
1930, and

a

in

Exchange

including September 1933.

Activity Suffers

'

strong.

3

;

delivery

Steel Industry Develops

quoted at 3%c. asked against
3%c. bid and 3 ll/16c. asked Sept. 30; 4%c. Aug. 31;
3 3/16c. asked July
30; 2 9/16c. bid and 2 ll/16c. asked June
30; 2 ll-16c. bid and 2%c. asked May 31; 3 l-16c. asked

,

.

high rates of Sep¬

in part to the decline in the pound
sterling which found little
reflection in the London price.
Ribbed smoked sheets for

;

from

member, firm, or corporation, and his or its affiliations, at
1,000,000 bales for delivery in October, 1932, and in all

totaled 120,091,000 feet,

fact rayon output reached capacity limits.

in

Delivery

silk

prices suffered a further reaction due both to
lower prices in Japan and further depreciation in the
Japanese yen.
Here in New York Japanese double extra
13-15 deniers were quoted at $1.55@$1.60 Oct. 31 against
$1.75@$1.80, Sept. 30, $2@$2.05, Aug. 31; $1.40@$1.45, July
30; $1.121/2@$1.17%, June 30; $1.10@$1.15, May 31; $1.35@
$1.40, April 30; $1.50@$1.55, Mar. 31; $1.67% @$1.70, Feb.
29; $1.87%@$1.90, Jan. 30; $1.85@$1.90, Dec. 31 1931;

on

for

the maximum limit

set

to

for

contracts

months up to and

Raw

Exchange

The Board of Managers of the New York Cotton

increased
low.

Contracts Set at 1,000,000

Future

on

Cotton

York

New

October 1932 to September 1933,

Under date of Oct. 24 the Department

stated:

as

by

'

cotton

further

commitments,

new

steel

business

has

•

declined;

production has gained a point from last week to 20%

yet

steel

ingot

of the country's

capacity, mainly because of recent orders from the automobile industry.
Pig iron output in October, figured on a daily basis, gained 5.3%

over that

low point

month's average was 21.5% above the

September and last

of

of August.

Prices

r

iron production is

steel showed a

and

iron

for

weakening tendency

the most unfavorable feature in the
The "Iron Age" made the composite

that was perhaps

and

trade.

the

of

state

price of finished steel Nov. 1 1.948c. a pound as against
1.965c. a month earlier, and the composite price of pig iron

earlier.

1, $13,59 a gross ton against $13.64 a month

Nov.

for Nov. 1 at $7.50 a gross ton as
month earlier.
-

Steel scrap was reported

against $7.67 a

price weakness was
conspicuously the case with

the case of the nonferrous metals

In
also

this

and

feature

a

was

Customs smelters on Oct. 28 quoted copper
domestic market at 5%c. a pound delivered to the
March 1933 and some metal was obtainable -in one
directions at 5.25c. as far ahead as March.
Copper

Oct. 10 ordered sharp
25 Texas fields. , Accord¬
ing to Associated Press advices from Austin, Texas, Oct. 11,
R. D. Parker, director of the Commission's oil and gas divi¬
sion, said that orders w*ould be issued to bring every oil pro¬
ducing area in the State under proration.
Mr. Parker also
said that the new schedule will reduce the daily output for
Texas 117,000 barrels under the average for the week ended
reduction in oil production from

The advices also said as follows:

1.

Oct.

almost
375,000
barrels daily and steep cuts were made in other fields.
The orders will
become effective Oct.- 15.
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1
No change was made in the method of prorating the top allowable for the:
East Texas tield.
Under the current order each well contributed an equal
portion to the field limit.
Starting Oct. 15, each well in the East Texas
from the date ot its discovery, was

field

will

allowed

be

two

or

destinations was at levels corresponding with
5.25c. c.i.f. Hamburg, Havre and London.
At the

foreign

5.20

to

outset of the

week the domestic price for delivery in

same

price of
from 6c. to
5%c. and Oct 24 was further reduced to 514c., and Oct. 27
to 5.00c.
Lake copper in this city was marked down from
O^c. to 6c. Oct. 21. then to 5%c. Oct. 24 and to 5^0. Oct.
27.
The price of lead in New York was advanced early
Connecticut

still

was

6%e.

York

New

At

V"

in

the

to 3.25c.

from 3.00c.

month

but

reduced again

was

Tin at New York was

to 3.15c. Oct. 7 and to 3.00c. Oct. 11.

quoted at 23.30c. Oct. 31 as against 24.20c. Oct. 3.

^

production from

Restored,

*

Though with Some Cuts in Crude Oil at the Be¬

ginning of the Month.

The average daily

barrels,

Texas for the week ending Oct. 1 was 922,160

including marginal well production.
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Orders also were issued by the Commission cancelling all exemptions to

the figure

Oil & Refining Co. produce only a ratable share

agreement, made after Danciger attacked State

court

Other operators had complained vigorously

of proration schedules.

V

against the situation.

New.

Old.

Field—

6,300

Crane-Upton..........

16,700

Darst Creek

18,000

14,000
7,500

West Central

30,000

....

65,000

Yates..

Winkler-*.

-

35,000

—

22,000

Howard Glasscock—
Ector

-

-

Salt Flat

10,000

—

—

from

Restrained

Texas

Purchaser

Some weakness in crude oils was still a feature the early

Act

in

—

.

(A) Varber's Hill

—

(A) Goose Creek
(A) High Island

..

..

4,800

17,350

4,250

6,500

12,000

8,000

22,500
3,800

19,108
3,201

6,050

5,159
5,159

(A) Hull.......
...
(A) Humble....-.-.--.
(A) Pettus
(A) Pierce Junction

6,050

(A; Resugio

9,100

(A) Spindle Top

3,250

6,000
4,500

5,158

5,500

4,688
7,701
2,760

3,822

(A) Miscellaneous West.

6,000

18,400

Rabbs Ridge

-,

Sugar Land—

5,000
50,000
42,500
375,000 335,000

East Texas...

-

Raccoon Bend..:

7,481

—

>

New.

Old.

Conroe

12,700

57,000

Field—

I

45,000
46,000
21,500
55,000
25,000
12,500
4,000

55,000

,

North Texas-...

.

24 in

by fields

fields where there have been no allowables, were,

Panhandle

.

(A) marking production as of Sept.

allowable, with

new

a

proration. :

Danciget holdings also had been exempt from observ¬

'Offset wells to the

Old and

of the

Danciger wells have been over-producing under

The

allowable.

ance

The order directed that

allowables in the Panhandle field.

the proration

Van

,

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including oil from marginal wells, to 804,000 barrels.

Duval

Generally

Petroleum and Its Products—Prices of Gasoline Pretty

day, in

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Parker issued orders Oct. 10 limiting production to 25 fields to 747,898.
He said other orders would fce issued that would bring the total production,;
1.

effect since Oct.

the

electrolytic copper was marked down Oct. 21

day during the ensuing

produce 40 barrels per

to

The present per well allowable is 44 barrels per

15-day period.

Avells of the Danciger

for

reduced to 335,000 barrels from

-

field

of

.

"Allowable for the East Texas field, sore spot of the oil industry

in

end

Railroad Commission.

The Texas Railroad Commission on

.

regard to copper.
the

Texas Cut by Texas

Oil Production in
1

gathering momentum very slowly,
the broad outlook is fairly encohraging for further moderate gains, con¬
sidering that railroad equipment programs are becoming more numerous;
that automobile production of new models is expanding, and that some
construction projects sponsored by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation
will be affording mill rollings ot steel by the end of the year. ;*
:
The automobile industry is slowly expanding production, and November
probably will bring the first upturn since May. The Chevrolet company
is committed to an output of 110,000 cars within the next 90 days regardless
of retail market conditions.
Plymouth's unfilled orders for new cars now
total 19,214, and an output of 1,000 a day five days a week will be attained
soon.
Recent steel releases by automobile companies have resulted in
increased steel production at Cleveland and Detroit and in the Youngstown area, the only districts that have gained except Wheeling, where
demand for tin plate bars has caused a stepping up of ingot output.
While steel and pig

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Oil

New

Enforcing

Oil &

of Humble

Case

Proration Common
Refining Co. Until

Oct. 31.

part of the month in the case of Pennsylvania crude but
the tendency of crude prices was generally upward,

restraining order prohibiting Attorney-General James
and the Texas Railroad Commission from enforc¬

A

later

though the Standard Oil Co. of Indiana and the Standard

V. Allred

Company of New Jersey refused to join in the general ad¬
vance in crude.
Gasoline prices, however, developed a strong

purchaser Act, which
Co. to purchase
crude oil from wells on its pipe lines in the same proportion
it handles from its own wells, was extended until Oct. 31 by
Federal Judges Du Yal West and R. J. McMillan on Sept.
30, according to Associated Press advices from San An¬
tonio, Texas, under that date.
The advices further said:

upward
the
-

case

over the country.
In the following
principal price changes of the month both in

tendency all

show* all the

we

of crude oil and the refined product.
Crude Oil.

£;:

r"--

Oct. 3.—South Penn Oil

Co.

and Tide Water Pipe Co. reduce Penn¬

would

sylvania grade crude oil 15c. a barrel, new price being: Bradford Allegheny
crude,

$1.72; oil in pipelines of Southwest

Pennsylvania Pipe Line Co.,

$1.42; in Eureka lines, $1.37; in Buckeye lines, $1.22.
Oct.

4.—South

Penn

Oil

Co.

posts

20c.

5.—Danciger

Oil

Corning,

in

Pa.,

Co.

posts

County, Texas, crude, effective as of Oct. 2.

reduction in

20c.

New prices

advancing East Texas crude 12c. and Gulf Coast 10c.
11.—Sinclair-Prairie

Oil

Marketing

Co.

advances

posts range of 88c. for 29 gravity Oklahoma crude to $1.12 for 40

East Texas and Gulf States and $1.12 for

Oct.

effective Oct.

Texas,

11.—Barnsdall

barrel for

a

Oklahoma, Kansas, North and

15.

The oil company
h

meets

Phillips schedule, also Conti¬
subsidiary of Cities Service

Co.

it

3.—Standard Oil Co.

of California initiates

The new price is 12.9

lc.

advance in third-

a

gallon.

The raise

was

met

by major

Oct. 16.—Standard of Ohio advances all grades of gasoline Mc. a gallon

Oct.

territory.

said to

it to pile

There is no market for so much oil,
the company.
The law

provide that purchasers of oil from producers must prorate their

without discrimination. Pur¬
own wells preference in
The Railroad Commission is given authority to decide
what purchases are just or discriminatory.
The company is said to be operating 700 wells of its own in the East Texas
purchases according to fields and shall buy

companies are forbidden to give their

chasing

North

by it.

Texas fields and is now taking oil from 450

tion in the wells to 50%

of normal and the company had arranged for stor¬

of oil from wells other than its own.

age

Mr. Allred then filed a suit in the

District Court of Travis County seeking an

oil company countered with

The

mandamus which is

an

injunction against the

application for writ of

pending in the Supreme Court.

The Federal Court was urged to

refuse jurisdiction of the matter o i ac¬

pending litigation in the State courts.

count of the

wells not owned

Commission cut produc¬

An order issued Sept. 12 by the Railroad

The State was repres¬
Attorneys-General,

Fred Upchurch and Maurice Cheek, Assistant

while Haines H. Baker and Herman

P. Pressler, Jr., of Houston represented

the oil company.

^

17.—Barnsdall Corp. advances all grades of gasoline 3c.

at Tulsa, Okla.

claimed that if it was forced to obey the law it would

and the purchases would wreck

claimed,

ented by

companies.
throughout

The Court overruled the motion

buy oil from other producers to such an extent as to cause

company.

grade gasoline in southern California, south of Tehachapi, and including
Los Angeles.

Refining

Oct. 31, at the same time extending the re¬

surplus of 20,000 barrels daily.

was

126th
Gasoline and Kerosene.

a

gallon

Governor Sterling of

„

Texas Orders National Guardsmen to East
Following Court Order Holding

Texas Oil Field—Action Taken

Oct. 20.—Sinclair and Standard of New Jersey advance tank car gaso¬
line

to

ave

and

Refining Co.

Empire Oil & Refining Co., Shell Petroleum Corp., Phil-

Tex Pipe Line Co. and Arkansas Fuel Oil Co.,

Oct.

&

their purchases.

ftOct. 11.—Phillips Petroleum Co. posts top price of $1.10

nental Oil Co.,

Oil

motion of the Attorney-General to dismiss an ap¬

and continued the case until

was

"Sun"

meets

degrees and above, effective Oct. 15.

Central

The hearing was on

up a

Oct. 10.—Sun Oil Co. posts new crude prices, effective Saturday, Oct. 15,

Oct.

Humble

plication for an injunction and which if granted would have dissolved the

Gray

from 56c.

range

for 35 gravity to 68c. for 40 gravity. ■

and

oil proration common

the

straining order.

Refining

&

new

force

restraining order, which expired Friday.

reduction

crude, new price being 85c. a barrel.
Oct.

the

ing

Proration

prices lc. a gallon at all Atlantic terminals and at Tampa, Fla., and

Rules

Illegal—Oil Men

Keep Production

Within

Limit.

lc. advance in tank wagon and service station prices in New Jersey, Mary¬

of Columbia.

of delivery lc. a gallon throughout New York and New England.
is met by major

Advance

marketers.

Oct. 24.—Gulf Refining Co. and Colonial Beacon Oil Co.

post revised

price lists meeting gasoline advances announced last week by other major
25.—Major

companies

in

Los

Angeles

and

southern

California

post lc. advance in third-grade gasoline, making new price 13.9c.
Oct. 26.—Standard of Kentucky posts

lc.

advance

on

service station

Oct. 27.—Standard of Ohio posts J^c. advance on service station prices,

12, 13 and 16c. for

Oct.

27.—Gulf,

Sinclair,

Magnolia,

Texas

and

Shell advance service

Ethyl and standard white gasoline lc.

a

gallon in Houston,

Texas, territory, making new prices 20 and 17c., respectively.




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oil

field

Texas

on

Oct.

to

keep

the

25

ordered

Rangers to

lid clamped

on

the

noting the foregoing, also said:

The troop movement was a

repetition of the mobilization more than

a

when Governor Sterling proclaimed martial law to curb the un¬

bridled flood
and brought

the three grades, exclusive of taxes, totaling 5c. a gallon.

station prices on

Texas

of

Guardsmen and squads of

producing area in the face of a Federal Court decision
holding that existing proration regulations are invalid.
Associated Press advices from Austin, Tex., dated Oct. 25,

year ago

gasoline prices, affecting all grades throughout State.
all grades, throughout the State, making new prices

east

Sterling

vast

in

marketers.

Oct.

the

S.

National

additional

All major companies met advances.

Oct. 21.—Standard of New York advanced gasoline prices for all methods

R.

Governor

land, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and District

of crude that undermined the stability of the oil industry

prices to the lowest levels in history.

"East Texas will not be permitted to run

The troops,
of Colonel L.
enforce orders

wild again," the Governor said.

which were assembling at Kilgore, Texas, under command
S. Davidson, were to be assigned to patrolling oil wells to

of the Texas Railroad Commission, which administers the

State conservation statutes, limiting production of each well to 40 barrels

daily.

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0
Martial law has been in effect since last year,
have been on duty of late,

Oct. 24 at Sherman as

of the Commission had no police powers to

aid, explaining that agents
against violators.

The

declaring invalid the present

in

oourt

that the Commission was

regulations, held in effect

overstepping its legal right to conserve resources

attempting to limit production so as to curb
words to maintain prices.
Pressure was brought to bear on Governor Sterling from many sources
to call a special session of the Legislature to devise new laws to govern oil
production inside the 15-day limit marked out by the Federal Judges
before the formal entering of their decree, but he expressed the belief that
existing statutes would take care of the situation.
With proration limiting production to 335,000 barrels a day in the prolific
field, or 40 barrels a day from each well, a number of the major buying
companies recently lifted their payments to above $1 a barrel, only two
holding back.
In turn, several of the companies to-day advanced the price
of gasoline to the consumer one cent a gallon.
When martial law was declared last year, East Texas oil sold for as low
waste, and was

and prevent

"economic waste," or in other

five cents a barrel

as

a

The

to any legislation that

would

commodity."
in Austin on Nov. 3, when

"tendency to fix prices of any

Commission issued notice of hearing

permitted to testify about conservation
proration orders.

operators will be

conditions, the

record to afford a b&sis of new

Kilgore, Tex., Oct. 26
commanding the National
ordered into the east Texas oil field by Governor
Press

Associated

Guardsmen

from

advices

Davidson,

S.

L.

Col.

that

said

95% of the operators and pipeline com¬
co-operating to keep production within hounds.

Sterling said that

panies were

Oct. t

to Pay

Bonds—St. Louis Creditor Files Suit.

on

The advices also said:

,

More than a score of wells were

„■

,

Chicago failed

of

Bank

Land

Stock

Joint

to meet

Gallagher, of Chi¬
cago, was appointed Receiver, it was announced Oct. 1 by
A. O. Williams, Acting Federal Farm Loan Commissioner.
The Commissioner's announcement, issued Oct. 1, as given in
the "United States Daily" of Oct. 4, said:
The Farm Loan Board has received notice of the failure of the Chicago
Joint Stock Land Bank, located at Chicago, 111., to pay interest due Oct.
1932

its

on

outstanding bond obligations,

1

and has been advised by the

determined to pay

management of the bank that the board of directors has
part of the interest then due on such obligations.

no

In the circumstances the Farm Loan Board, pursuant to

tained in

Gallagher of Chicago, 111.,
take charge immediately
assets and

authority

con¬

Loan Act, to-day appointed John B.

Section 29 of the Farm

receiver of the bank, and instructed him to

as

of its affairs for the purpose of conserving its

protecting the interests of all parties concerned.

The Chicago Joint Stock Land Bank was organized
to the statement of the bank as

According

in 1917.

of the close of business Sept. 30 1932, its"

The condition of the bank was

such that the directors found it necessary to suspend further
and the conclusion was reached that

The Chicago Joint

Land bank

a

receivership

was

the only

operations,

course open.

Stock Land Bank is not affiliated with any other

banking institution.

or

According to the Chicago "Tribune" of Oct. 2, simultaneous
with the announcement of the receivership by Commissioner
Williams, attorneys representing a St. Louis creditor of the

States District Court in
a receiver in equity.
The "Tribune" said these two developments were not directly
Bank

in

suit

filed

Chicago

asking

United

the

appointment of

the

connected, although both were the immediate results of the

,

reported to be running wide open.

authorities said these wells would be

The

interest charges due Oct. 1, and John B.

outstanding bonds aggregated $42,724,100.

.

Sterling expressed opposition

Governor
have

Interest

Chicago—Federal

Failure of Bank

with

Board Acts

Loan

overthrowing the existing proration system, some

Chairman of the Railroad

act

Farm

three-judge Federal Court handed down

opened wide the gates of production. C. V. Terrell,
Commission, called upon Governor Sterling for

operators on Oct. 25

Receiver Named for Joint Stock Land Bank of

assisting agents of the Railroad Commission.

Interpreting the decision of a
on

although only a few soldiers

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Military

forcibly closed and sealed and charges

Bank's inability to

meet interest due yesterday on its out¬

standing bond obligations.

.

.

,

filed against their operators.
Excess Liabilities $18,000,000.

Oklahoma Recommended to
Remainder of October.

in

Production

Oil

in

Reduction

Corporation Commission for

The petition in the

Campbell & Clark

Oklahoma City said that
the allowable oil production for Oklahoma was reduced 17,925
barrels daily for the remainder of October to a total of 379,790
barrels in nominations made at a hearing held Oct. 10 before
Press advices from

Associated

the

also said:

The advices dated Oct. 10

Commission.

Corporation

State

outside of the

order

issued, but it is

was

followed and that a formal
the present order

City area 72,750, under recommenda¬

expected the recommendations will be

expires.

•

The Commission set Oct. 28 to
November and December,

hear nominations and fix allowables for

Opening of Federal Home
The

Board

Federal

12

15

at $45,000,000,

and

Home

began

Federal Home Loan
Fort, Chairman of the

the

W.

The Federal Home Loan

when the 12

Bank System was launched successfully to-day

regional banks comprising the system

promptly.

opened their doors for

Telegraphic advices to Chairman Fort from each bank

that of the beginning of the banking
day and in some cases announced the name of the executive Vice-President
Who had been elected to take active charge of the bank.
Franklin W. Fort, Chairman of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board,
expressed general satisfaction over the inauguration of the system and
sounded a note of Avarning that loans on home mortgages on excessive real
the hour of opening in each city as

On. Oct. 24

Mr. Fort said:

"I

,

\

of

but all are organized and

"I want to express my very

deep appreciation of the devotion and drive
in all of the bank districts in accom¬

organizing and opening on such
short notice.
J
! "There no longer exists any reason why the ordinary mortgage lending
institution in any section of the country should not promptly proceed to
plishing

the almost impossible task of

make sound

home loan mortgages,

furnish them with money
\

as

the home loan banks are ready to

with which to do so.

"Of course, this does not mean

loans can be made on excessive valuation

to get any

of that value. Nor in cases where the
not possibly carry the property.
But it should now be possible
loan which would be procurable in tira^s of normal business."

Eastern

Livestock

oy

real estate or excessive percentage

owner

:

7

r

'

can

National

Co-Operative

Association

Marketing

and pay 10% of the original principal
its outstanding gold notes (being the

eighth partial redemption)

Association Joins
Service for

and Announces Financing

office of the New York Trust Co. at 100 Broadway,

N. Y.

From the New York "Times" of Oct. 25 we quote:
National Credit

•

The

process

Finance Corporation, to

assist needy banks, has gone fonvard at a rapid

all

rate,

The announcement of an eighth partial
Corporation's outstanding notes brings the total of

considered.

things

of the

redemption

repayments to 90%,
still

outstanding.

its notes
of the

leaving only $13,500,000 of the paid-in $135,000,000'

Inasmuch as the Corporation itself can only redeem

The Eastern Livestock Co-Operative Marketing Associa¬
with * headquarters at Baltimore, Md., was recently
admitted to membership in the National Livestock Marketing

New Notes by Reconstruction
Retire
$675,000,000 Maturing
Notes—$325,000,000 Notes to Be Purchased by United States
Treasury.
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Issuance

3%%
Corporation—Will

$1,000,000,000

of

Finance

following announcement was issued
the Reconstruction Finance Corporation:
The

$675,000,000 of 3H% notes of the

Association, according to information furnished the Federal
Farm Board by Thomas B.
Glascock of Upperville, Va.,
President of the Eastern association.
The announcement
of the Federal Farm Board on Oct. 19 said:

notes

in the aggregate

Series A, maturing

Oct. 27 by

Reconstruction Finance Cor¬

matured to-day.
the issuance of

principal amount of $1,000,000,000. designated as

April 30 1933, and bearing interest at the rate

of 3>^%

of this amount $675,000,000 has been accepted by the Secre¬
tary of the Treasury in exchange for the Corporation's outstanding notes
in an equivalent principal amount.
The remaining $325,000,000 will
be purchased by the Secretary of the Treasury as the funds are required

per annum;

the

by

Corporation.

From

27 to the New York

Washington dispatch Oct.

a

"Journal of Commerce," we take
Treasury
Under the Reconstruction

Sole

the following:
Buyer.

Act and the Emergency Relief Act

a

working capital for its

the Cor¬

total of $3,000,000,000 in notes to pro¬
Thus far, including the $1,000,little more than one-half of its total capital

activities.

been issued.

Issues authorized

by the Corporation in

000,000 each, all on different

the past Avere three of $250,-

dates, but maturing to-day.

The Treasury

purchaser of the notes under the financing
plans, acquired but $657,000,000 of the notes, leaving a credit of $75,000,000 in the Treasury to the Corporation, but which could be drawn
upon at any time the Corporation should find its funds depleted.
Department, which is the sole

producers throughout the United States a chain of

producer owned and controlled marketing
to coast and from Canada to

and financing agencies, operating
the Gulf.

During the two-year

period in which the National Livestock Marketing Association, with head¬

has operated,

its member agencies have handled

approximately 16,000,000 head of livestock, valued at more than $283,000,0C0.

on

poration, purchased by the Secretary of the Treasury,
The board of directors of the Corporation authorized

has

Chicago,

the liquidity of the advances

troubled period of banking disturbances last winter.

000,000 issue of to-day, only a

in

in trouble are repaid, the extent

the loans made by it to banks

as

redemptions already made speaks well for

put out by it in the

;

quarters

which

pending the organization of the Reconstruction

year

a

tion.

coast

Credit Corporation,

ago

formed

was

vide

from

Corporation.

of liquidating the National

poration is authorized to issue a

Stockmen.

This gives livestock

presentation

upon

at the

The

functioning.
that has been shown by the directors

announced that it

.

district

Avhich was the mark set six weeks ago.

"Many of the banks are in temporary quarters

Nov. 3.

on

of

each
an

Payment to Subscribing

to Make Eighth

redemption and would on Nov. 3 1932 be pre¬

redeem

to

amount of

v

much pleased to announce that every one of the 12

am very

banks opened by Oct. 15,

Corp.

in trust to bondholders and other creditors,

the National Credit Corp.

had called for

could not be expected.

estate valuation

"hopelessly and irretrievably insolvent,"
a receiver for the liquidation of the

appointment of

Banks

amount

Loan Banks opened for business

functioning,
Franklin

announced.

Credit

National

pared

Loan Banks.

promptly make sound home mortgage loans, since the system
stands ready to provide the necessary funds.
The state¬
ment as given in the "United States Daily" follows:

j

and total assets at $27,000,000.

assets and their distribution

said in the announcement that there was now no
sound reason why mortgage lending institutions should not

gave

Total liabilities, including $43,530,000 of bonds, are placed

the petition asks the

Board,

business

It names several members of the Federal Farm

that the Land Bank's liabilities exceed its assets by

The petition states

$18,000,000.

journal entry will be filed by Oct. 16, when

;

Oct.

Oklahoma City field totaled

filed by Townley, Wild,

was

defendants, includihg Secretary of the Treasury Ogden L.

as

Describing the institution as
the

for

307,040 barrels and for the Oklahoma
tions made to the Commission.
No

bonds of the Land Bank.

Loan Board

here

Mills, who is Chairman ex-officio of the Farm Loan Board.

.

Allowables

f

District Court

behalf of W. E. Brusselback, who holds $4,000 of the

on

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Foreign
7

,

Developments—The Matter

United

States—The

Conference Tariffs Put Into

There
financial

Effect.

Question—The

to the
Ottawa

...

actual * developments of outstanding
diplomatic significance in other countries during

were
or

of Debt Payments

Disarmament

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Trade and industry

October-

remained stagnant in Britain,

Italy and other large industrial countries
while itlhe preponderantly agricultural countries were afflicted
b© :ancven greater extent by the prevailing paralysis.
The
leading stock exchanges in London, Pans and Berlin were
abnormally quiet in these circumstances, the dulness being
•even
more
pronounced than that at New York. The
tendency in European centers is still to look to the United
iStates for leadership in recovery from the depression, but it
was
recognized everywhere that only a limited degree of
improvement could be looked for until after the Presidential
•election.
This event was awaited with impatience for this
reason,
and also because of its possible bearing on the
•enormously difficult problem of inter-governmental debt
•payments.
-;;L;■o::h itife'•'*& 'ipiw- <■
The question of the large payments due the United States
'Government on Dec. 15 next, from Great Britain, France,
Italy and other countries was, indeed, the subject of a few
•official utterances, and also of an immense amount of un¬
official conjecture.
It was again made clear throughout
Europe that the debtor nations are hoping for some action
by the United States which will lead to postponement or
•cancellation of the payments.
Neither Great Britain nor
France has made any provision for forthcoming payments
in their budgets.
It was reported from time to time that
these countries were accumulating United States dollars in
order to effect the payments, but such statements drew no
official comments.
In the course of an address before the
British House of Commons, Oct. 20,
Sir John Simon,
Foreign Secretary in the National Cabinet, remarked that
the debt question is an "unsolved problem."
Rumors in
Paris that Premier Herriot was formulating a definite stand
on
the debts drew an official statement, the same day,

France, Germany,

question remains unchanged.
It was remarked
a dispatch to the New York "Times" that
about the only thing certain is that "no French Parliament
will ever be persuaded to vote more than a very limited
amount for the repayment of inter-governmental debts."
that the debt

the time in

at

The Italian

with

viewpoint, already well known, was reiterated
force and effectiveness by Premier Benito

dramatic

Mussolini, Oct. 23, in the course of an address at Turin,
delivered in connection with the tenth anniversary of the
march

Rome

on

by the Facisti.

"The ship of debts and

safely in the harbor of
remarked.
"Will the .great

reparations is
Mussolini

now

Lausanne," Signor
American

nation

push this ship containing the hopes and fears of so many
people into the open sea again ?"
A crowd of 100,000 Italians
gathered to hear the Premier roared "No" in reply, where¬
upon the Premier said:
"I wish this no that you uttered
with a voice of thunder could cross the ocean, touching the
generous

hearts of the star-spangled

republic."

question which attracted world¬
wide interest was made by Under-Secretary of State William
R. Castle, Oct. 27, in an election address at Cleveland, Ohio.
Since both the Republican and Democratic parties have
declared against cancellation, the debts are not in them¬
selves a political issue, Mr. Castle said.
But the platform
declarations do not necessarily mean, he added, that "there
shall be no discussion of the matter with the foreign Powers,
A reference to the debt

•

amelioration of the terms of the
remain a generous
creditor, but not in any case to the detriment of the citizens
of our country, Mr. Castle asserted.
"Whatever arrange¬
ments may be made must be for the benefit of the United
States," he continued.
"The idea recently, expressed that
by lowering the tariff through bargaining treaties European
nations might ship us goods in quantities large enough to
enable them with ease to pay their debts was discussed
months ago by those of us who have been informally talking
over the problem.
We discarded the idea for reasons the
President and the Secretary of the Treasury have pointed
out.
Far more helpful is the idea also recently expressed
that we adjust the debts in accordance with the increase in
European consumption of our own goods.
That is a real
plan to bring back our long-sought prosperity."
no

accommodation,

debts."

This

no

Government proposes to

Leading world Powers continued during last month their
a
way out of the disarmament impasse, which
developed in September, when the German Government
declined to participate further in the deliberations of the

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problem in the final days of

Norman II. Davis *

October.

conferred in London
with British officials and in Paris with French leaders.
His
mission in London, dispatches said, was to find some basiScwhereunder Britain and the United States could reduee naval*
armaments below the levels fixed by the London NavalTreaty.
The two countries were said to be in substantial'1
agreement on the advisability of new reductions, provided
they could b© achieved without upsetting the parity or present
ratio, if France and Italy on the one hand, and Japan on the
United States disarmament delegate,

other will make suitable

adjustments in their own programs.
the French, Italian and

Mr. Davis conferred in London with

Japanese Ambassadors, lending color to this interpretation.
New disarmament plans also are being formulated by
France and Japan, according to recent reports.
France is
said to have worked out a "constructive plan," in the ex¬

pectation of announcing the scheme at the November meet¬
ings of the Disarmament Bureau in Geneva.
Details have
not been made public, but it is understood the plan contains
several alternatives for the reduction of military strength,

the guarantees available from other
The Japanese plan, Tokio dis¬
patches state, also will be presented at Geneva.
It con¬
tinues to oppose the American formula for reduction of
armaments by one-third, it is said, in the belief that this
would prove advantageous to superior Powers and less
favorable to insular nations, like Japan, which are largely
dependent on their navies.
The willingness of the United States Government to
commit this country to comprehensive disarmament pro¬
posals was illustrated by an announcement in Washington,
Oct. 21, that the United States is accepting a four months'"
extension of the current world truce on expansion of arma¬
ments.
The truce, which applies only to new construction,
will be extended from Nov. 1 1932 to March 1 1933.
The
dependent entirely
Governments at

upon

Geneva.

agreement was made conditional upon acceptance by other
leading naval powers, and it was again stipulated that "the
proposed truce shall not apply to construction which had
begun or for which contracts had been let prior to its entry
into force."
President Hoover made a statement, Oct. 25,

attempt to galvanize the
Failure of the disarma¬
negotiations, he said, would compel the United Statesto build her navy to "the full strength provided in the
London Treaty, equal to that of the most powerful in the

which

was widely interpreted as an
Geneva Conference into activity.

ment

world."

by Great Britain of its traditional free:
exemplified in the Ottawa Imperial Confer-*ence
of last summer, was made an accomplished fact lasL
month, when first Canada and then the United Kingdom:
applied the duties and preferences called for in the Ottawa
agreements.
The preferences granted by Canada to United
Kingdom products were disclosed at Ottawa, Oct. 12, and
placed in effect the following day.
The United Kingdom
applied the measures when the House of Commons assembled
in London, Oct. 18, for its autumn session and promptly
began consideration of the Ottawa bills.
The arrangements
followed closely the indications made available at the time
of the Conference.
When the bills were presented to the
Commons in London, however, J. H. Thomas, Secretary for
the Dominions, stated that the British Government had
renounced the trade agreement made with Soviet Russia in
1930.
The treaty assured the U. S. S. R. of most-favorednation treatment, and therefore might stand in the way of
import prohibitions conceivable under the Ottawa agree¬
ments, he said.
Six months' notification of termination of
the accord was given, Mr. Thomas added, but Mocsow was
Abandonment

trade

policy,

as

informed at the

same

time that Britain remained anxious

prepared to enter into
promotion of this end.
Passage of the
legislation was assured, as the National Government has
the support of 517 members, as against the Opposition total
for the furtherance of trade and was

a

of

discussion for the

only 95.

The

Report

,

of the

League

of Nations Inquiry

Commission

on

Manchuria.

The international
a

dispute regarding Manchuria was carried

step further with the publication, Oct. 2, of

the

the report of

League of Nations Inquiry Commission, which examined
over a period of months all phases of the controversy be¬
tween China and Japan.
The inquiry was authorized by
General Disarmament Conference unless its claim to equality the
"of status in armaments was recognized.
League of Nations Council last December, and that bodyThe British Gov¬
is to consider the findings at a special meeting Nov. 14',
ernment inaugurated an exchange of views with France,
Germany and Italy on Oct. 4 with the aim of holding a four- The report is a comprehensive document which takes littleaccount of the formal diplomatic positions of either Japan
Power conference in London to consider the German request
It suggests, however, a definite plan for solution
and its implications.
Italy promptly accepted the invita¬ or China.
tion, but both the German and French governments made of the Manchurian problem through a Sino-Japanese rap¬
replies which contained stipulations and conditions, it is prochement, negotiated with respect for the economic and
understood.
It was hinted in the French rejoinder that the
political interests of both countries.
Less insistence was
conference would be attended by that Government, if held
placed on responsibility for past actions than on the need,
for avoiding their repetition in the future.
in Geneva.
When the German Government was sounded
"It must be apparent," the report states, "that the issues
out with a view to conversations in the League city, Berlin
declined definitely.
Under no conditions would Germany involved in this conflict are not as simple as they are often
represented to be.
They are, on the contrary, exceedingly
accept Geneva as the seat of the proposed conference,
Foreign Minister Konstantin von Neurath declared.
The complex and only an intimate knowledge of all the facts j:
Hague, or even Lausanne, might be. acceptable, it was as well as of their historical background, should entitleRe¬
stated, but never Geneva.
The project was quietly dropped anyone to express a definite conclusion upon them."
storation of the status quo ante is ruled out by the CommisT
thereafter. ;J; A.;.
WTith further conferences on disarmament due ^it Geneva, sjon, as this would be "merely to invite repetition of the?
trouble."- Maintenance and recognition of
in November, intensified consideration was given the whole
the present
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regime in Manchuria is held to be equally unsatisfactory, as
it would not appear to be compatible with the fundamental
principles of existing international obligations.
The Man•chukuo regime is "opposed to the interests of China; it dis¬
regards the wishes of the people of Manchuria, and it is
at least questionable whether it would ultimately serve1 the
permanent interests of Japan," the report states.
Apart
from China and Japan, moreover, other Powers also have
important interests to defend in the Sino-Japanese conflict.
Any real and lasting solution by agreement must be com¬
patible with existing multilateral treaties, it is contended.
Special reference was made to Russia. "It is clear," the
report holds, "that any solution of the problem of Manchuria
which ignored the important interests of the U. S. S. R.
would risk a future breach of the peace and would not be

permanent."- Ten principles of a satisfactory settlement
accordingly laid down by the Commission.
;
'Suggestions to the Council involve first and foremost a
proposal that the League body invite the Governments of
China and Japan to discuss a solution of their dispute along
lines indicated. •' If the invitation is accepted, the report
adds, ah Advisory Council should be formed to discuss and
recommend detailed proposals for the constitution of a
special regime in Manchuria along lines previously outlined
in
direct negotiations
between the two parties. Four
separate instruments should be drawn up in these discus¬
sions, embodying: (1) a declaration by China constituting
a special administration for Manchuria; (2) a Sino-Japanese
treaty dealing with Japanese interests; (3) a Sino-Japanese
treaty of conciliation and arbitration, non-aggression and
mutual assistance; (4) a Sino-Japanese commercial treaty.
were

The Revolution in Brazil Comes to

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the

Cotton fabrics composed

duty,

preferential tariff."
Prohibitive

re-establsihed

regime in Rio de Janeiro collapsed. The civil
three months' duration was terminated through

the Federal
of

war

complete and unconditional surrender of the forces under
General Bertholdo Klinger, estimated at 50,000 men.
Fed¬
eral troops, said to
and their slow but

number 60,000 men, encircled the rebels

steady advance made the position of the
rebels increasingly precarious.
Peace terms were requested
•on Oct.
1 by the rebellious Paulistans, and unconditional
surrender was demanded.
After several days of hesitation
the terms were accepted and the revolt ended.
The port
of Santos was quickly opened to shipping, and naval pilots
guided vessels between the mines in the harbor. A five-day
holiday was authorized in the State in order to give banks
and business men a breathing spell before they are calle 1

Great Britain Ends Trade Treaty with Soviet

Forced Abrogation

Walter

Build Up'

to

following (Asso1-

Runciman, President of the Board of Trade, announced in the'

foreign

said, is to build

on

proposes

establish at

to

The purpose of this duty,,

raw copper.

the empire supply'.

up

It would be 2 pence (approxi¬

mately 2% cents) a pound.
"The duty is almost prohibitive," Mr, Runciman said,
realized

that

there

sufficient

are

"because itis>

supplies of empire copper to meet the-

British needs."
He made this announcement during debate on the bill giving effect to'the'
trade agreements reached at last summer's: imperial conference at Ottawa.

The bill received second reading by a vote of 423 to 77.
Mr.

Runciman also informed the House that

through United States ports1 would get the

new

wheat shipped

Canadian

imperial preference in the1

United Kingdom if consigned from Canada originally.

United

Extends• Temporary Ircnv and Steel' D\tty; for

Kingdom

Two

The following

Years..

was made Oct. 22 by the
Department of Commerce at Washington:

announcement

The temporary duty of 33; 1-3%

ad valorem

on

iron and steel imported

into the United Kingdom, due to expire on Oct. 25, has been continued in

force

for

period,

two-year

a

according

to

a

cablegram

received! in

the'

Department of Commerce from Commercial! Attache William L. Cooper,
London.

ing

applies to the following classes- of goods

on

imports from all1

outside the British Empire: spiegeleisen and ferro manganese; iron-

and steel

(including alloy steel) of the following descriptions, but not includ¬
dutiable:—ingots

otherwise

goods

(other

than

those

manufactured

entirely from pig iron smelted wholly with- charcoal); blooms, billets, slabs
(other than wrought iron produced by puddling with charcoal from pig
iron smelted

wholly with charcoal); sheet and tin-plate- bars; bars (other

than wrought iron produced by puddling with charcoal from pig iron, smelted!

wholly with charcoal), rods, angles, shapes and sections of all kinds, whether
fabricated

or

not; forgings (including drop- forgings)

in the rough

or

ma¬

chined; castings, stampings and pressings in the rough or machined; cast¬
ings, stampings and
pounds

pressings in the rough or machined weighing

other than gutters,

over,

or

domestic

seven

tanks and cisterns; horse

shoes; girders, beams, joists and pillars whether fabricated

or not;

hoop and

strip of all kinds other than hot rolled strip- over 10 inches wide in
of

than

more

coil

and except bandsaw steel strip more than four

three cwts.

inches wide and from 19 to 21 gauge (Birmingham wire) in thickness; plates;
and sheets of all kinds;

pig iron other than pig iron smelted wholly with

charcoal.

A

Oct.

cablegram

21

London to the New York
regarding the order:

from

"Times" had the following to say
A

Russia—Ottawa Pacts

Treasury order issued to-night continues the existing 33 1-3%

iron and steel for

on

is the

same

further period of two years, beginning Oct. 25.

a

duty
This

duty that was imposed last April as an experiment for three
Britain adopted a general tariff.

months when Great

It

was

renewed in

July for another three months.

Thomas,

Britain had

To-night's order

issued

was

on

the recommendation of the Import Duties

Advisory Committee, which called attention to the fact that this protec¬

abrogated its commercial treaty with Soviet

offered with the understanding that the steel industry complete

tion

was

the

Under Article 21 of the tariff agreement reached

work

of

its

reorganization

own

Imperial Conference, he said, re¬
nunciation of the temporary commercial agreement with
Russia was made necessary.
An Associated Press account
from London, Oct. 18, to the New York "Evening Post"
continued:

it adds:

and

more

economic

management,

already under taken.

the

at

recent

Ottawa

This agreement was

therefore, Mr. Thomas

of most-favored nation treatment and

the obligations
In

British

steel

and

explained,

in view at the earliest possible time.

,

Montagu

to which Mr.

powers

a

The world is in the

prices for such commodities through state

Government should adopt effective means to

when Mr.

that the Government, having undertaken an

He spoke at a

Thomas declared to-day

only in ignorance but in humility," Mr. Norman said.

for

me.

"I wonder

this obligation by dumping sweated goods in

affairs

Duty

on

United

Kingdom

drifted little by

Press

advices from

Ottawa Oct.

12 published

believe that if every

"I have been driven to one

far as the British preferential tariff is concerned," the Premier
stated, "the specific duties on cotton goods—from yarns to clothing—are
reduced by one-third on every item on which, at present, specific duties are

a

operative, the sole exception being that covering cotton velveteens, on which

all
i

am

see

'

but we do not seem to be ajle to get together.
conclusion. We must take, for the moment,

willing to do my best when it comes to

the

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I hope we may
Some people already

the future,

approach of light at the end of the tunnel.
-

outside the

must plan for the long,

short view, but we
"I

Drought about a series of events

Government and any country,
country and every Government could get to¬

gether, it would be different,

so

into which we have

First we have been down, then we have been up,

general tendency which appear to me at this time as being

a

"I

announced by Prime Minister Bennett to-day.




little?

control of any man and any

—by one-third on every item coming into Canada from the United Kingdom

}^"In

of nis country, with any assurance of the result

"The confused affairs of the world have
and

Reduction in the specific duties on cotton goods—from yarns to clothing

was

or

down, then up.

then

,

if there is any one in the world who can really direct the

of the world,

"Who, a year ago, could have forseen the postion

Cotton—-Premier

in the New York "Herald Tribune" said:
,

"It is too much

his action will have?

Reduces

Canadian

distinguished bankers in attendance.

not

obligation to give preferences

Bennett Announces One-Third Reductions.

.

banquet given by the Lord Mayor of London at the Mansion

"The difficulties are so vast and so unlimited that I approach the subject

Great Britain."

Canada

York "Herald Tribune," from which

House, with most of London's

within the British Commonwealth, must take all steps necessary to see that
"no country shall frustrate

economic disorder which has
and there is no solution in

is also taken:

the following

dumping on the wheat market.
was suggested at the time that aorogation of the British agreement
Russia might'be necessary to make the Ottawa agreements effective.
benches cheered

New

London to the

Canada and Australia were particularly concerned during the negotiations

Government

an

sight, Montagu C. Norman, Governor of the Bank of En¬
gland, said on Oct. 20 in one of the few public speeches he
ever
has made, according to United Press advices from

it has ".to prohibit the entry from such foreign country of such

prevent resumption of Russian

The

grip of

rendered it virtually helpless,

ences" granted at Ottawa.

It

Credits to Avoid Disastrous Overseas

Loans in Future.

commodities for such time as may be necessary to maintain the prefer¬

with

in

Short-Term Foreign

in

foreign country," that government will exercise the

at Ottawa that the British

Governor of Bank of England, Views World
Depression—Advocates System of Co-Operation

Norman,

Helpless

Thomas referred,

granted on any particular class of commodities are likely to be frustrated
the part of

of 33 1-3% for the present,

if it proves insufficient after two years, the board will
recommend such further measures of protection as then seem necessary.

condition that ii either party "is satisfied that any preferences

on

norma1

Government's Import Duties Advisory Committee does not think

The

stipulates that the whole arrangement with the Dominions is based on the

action

probably amply sufficient for

but it says that,

Opposed.

agreement,

by reason of maintenance of

It says:

assured..

there should be an increase in the existing duty

its trade with Russia and is ready to enter discussions with thafc object

express

But

but it is suggested that increases might be made in respect to a
limited number of products for which they have so far proved inadequate."

Soviet authorities were informed that Great Britain is still anxious to in¬

Ottawa

already

protection

"The menace of uneconomic foreign competition is still serious."

"The existing duties are regarded as

undertaken at Ottawa.

of the

of the

times,

serving six months' notice of abrogation in accordance with the pact, the

Article 21

appreciation

September, as compared with the same three months of 1931.

than is now

prohibitions which might be necessitated by

Russian Wheal

their

expressed

The steel committee also hints it would like to have even more protection

notifying the Russian Charge d'Atfaires here that Great Britain is

crease

through their National Committee of the iron and

producers,

industry,

afforded, saying it reduced imports of foreign steel by 45% for July, August

It gave Russia the privileges

signed in April 1930.

It stands in the way of trade

-

the

that the government

he

Secretary for Dominions, annouiiced in
the House of Commons in London on Oct. 18 that Great
Russia.

Trade'—Purpose of New' Levy

House of Commons to-day

change.

H.

;

the President1 of the

by

virtually prohibitive duty

Britain, However, Suggests New Discussions on Trade Inter¬

J.

Board of

made free of

are

A wide preference is1

.

Announced

Duty

%

<

reduced.

duty

with free' entry under the British1

In the New York "Herald Tribune"

Thomas Tells Commons—

of Agreement,

certain' fineness

■'

oiated Press) from London, O'cL 27 appears:

to meet normal business requirements.

upon

a

1 •

valorem

Great Britain's Supply.

The duty

in

of yarns of

r

Copper

British

sources

was~

"

the* axf

are'typewriter ribbons and cotton bobfnct.

as

provided for mercerized cotton1 yarns,

End.

Brazil, Monday, Oct. 3,
when the rebellion of the Sao Paulo Constitutionalists against
Peace

.

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specific duty is removed! entirely and

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have been able to point out that

I, myself, see it soiiie'what
the way is not clear.

light to us.

indistinctly, but I admit that for the moment

cablegram, Oct. 20, from London to the New York
"Times," it was stated that Mr. Norman in his speech advo¬
cated a system of co-operation and consultation in granting
short-term foreign credits to avoid in the future the dis¬
In

a

astrous overseas loans of recent years..

cablegram

also take the following:

we

limes

From the
r

annual bankers' dinner given by the
Lord Mayor of London at the Mansion House, with almost every leader of
British finance among the guests.
He carefully dealt only with the ulti¬
Mr.

mate

Norman was speaking at the

questions that eventually will need
to-night.

whom listened to him

co-operation or any

"•'■••

•£ "

short
each for himself
what the others

been generous lenders on

"They have done this
knowledge by one of

said Mr. Norman.

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"These bankers have to my knowledge

and without any
were

bankers, many of

y

credit overseas,"

Among

consideration and action.

of overseas lending

these, he said, was the co-operation

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doing.

"I believe that if we can lay our

the other, it will be to the

heads together and

advantage of

take counsel one with

100,000 were in the New York Federal Reserve District.
This was in addition to the Government deposits growing,
out

of

Urge Britons

Economista

to

Prosperity.

disposal of the $834,401,500 of five-year 3%%

the

$451,447,000 of 1 %% one-year Treas¬

Treasury notes, and the

certificates of indebtedness in {September, and which
remained a, aiiab.e for call by the Treasury. ; These

ury

still

out of the previous month's

Government ueposits growing

aggregated altogether $563,944,000 (of which $278,779,249 was in the New York Federal Reserve District) , and,
as
was pointed out by us in our review for the month of
saies

September, no drafts on such deposits by the Treasury had
of that month.
The first draft upon
such deposits apparently did not occur until Oct. 20, when
a call for repayment on Oct. 24 of $33,836,600 was made, of
which $16,725,400 represented deposits in the New York
been made by the end

District ;

Reserve

Federal

this

was

followed by a call on

repayment on Oct. 31 of $15,813,200, and the
amount on Nori 1 1932, of which $7,861,000 in each
for

27

same

Spend—-Keynes, Stamp, Salter,
Pigou, MacGregor and Lay ton Join in Plea to Public—Full
Use of Buying Power Declared to Be Only Road Back to

Six

notes allotted

new

Oct.

all."

deposits growing out of the $508,338,600
aggregated $131,000,000, of which $62,*

The Government

of

represented Government deposits in the New York Fed¬
Still another call was made Oct. 31

case

eral Reserve District.

requiring repayment of $24,774,100 on Nov. 3, and the same:
on Nov. 4, of which $12,315,500 in each case repre¬
sented Government deposits
in the New York District.
Parenthetically it may be noted that the last of the drafts,
on the Government deposits growing out of the disposal of
two series of notes towards the end of July for amount of

amount

London, Oct. 16, is taken

A cablegram, as follows, from
from the New York "Times":
*

The

spend its money; to restore national prosperity and
must be an end to private economy.
This, in

public must

increase employment there
effect,

was

The

to-niglit indicate they have

known

economists,

throughout

agreement, are Professor David
O. Pigou of Cambridge,
and

Josiah

Sir

British economists, who in a letter to
ceased preaching economy.

the verdict of six leading

"The London Times"

world but seldom

the

in complete

Professor Arthur
Sir Arthur Salter

H. MacGregor of Oxford,

J. M. Keynes, Sir Walter Layton,

$710,430,600, and which notes were dated Aug. 1 1932, did
17, when there was a final call for repay¬

not come until Oct.

ment

Stamp.

There

Urging abandonment of that form of wartime economy

which had as

the freeing of man power, machine power and shipping power
from the service of the State, they declare "conduct in the matter of

its purpose

basis

were

three sales of Treasury

October,

during

bills on a discount
feature of these sales

the

and

further decline to the Government -in the costs of this

was a

of

form

Some people, doubtless,
are stinting their consumption because their incomes are diminished and
they cannot spend as much as usual; others because their incomes are
expected to diminish and they dare not do so.

was

borrowing, the rate dropping until the figure

close to

is governed by a complex of motives.

economy

"What it is in any individual's private
he ought to assign to

To spend less money than we

economy.

FINANCING

OCTOBER

The

But one thing is, in our opinion,

private
should like to is not patriotic."

public interest, in the present condition, does not point to

clear: the

THE

weight
Avhen

interest to do and what

that private interest against the public interest

the two conflict is not for us to judge.

very

OF

THE U. 5.

TREASURY.

extensive financing done by the United States

quarterly period in September was

Treasury at the

usual

followed

major piece of financing also in October

by

in addition,

one

of course, to the customary disposals of United

States Treasury bills sold on a discount

Oct. 6. A.
offered

A.

On Thursday,

basis.

Balantine, Acting Secretary of the Treasury,
subscription at par $450,000,000, "or there¬

for

made towards the close of that month at

that

the

than % of

1%

borrowing.

case

all

of

other

obligations, these notes

recent

were

maturity.
As
offerings of United States

made exempt, both as to prin¬

cipal and interest, from all taxation (except estate or inheri¬
tance taxes) imposed by the United States as also all taxes
by States and by possessions of the United States or by any
local

taxing authority.

This meant that these notes were

issued free from the surtaxes, as well as the ordinary income

a

But such

bank

a

figure so high
basis was less

a

discount

to be exact, at 0.23% per annum,
low

new

record

for

this

loanable

that

supplies for which

the

cost

of

this

class

of

the superabundance of idle funds

was

resulting from the congestion at the financial

centers

of

no

employment could be found

of

borrowing

class

to

was

be

even

further reduced in

October, until it became an actual fact
that the cost really very closely approached the zero point.
On Oct. 3 Acting Secretary of the Treasury Ballantine an¬
nounced that tenders would be received up to 2 p. m. East¬
ern

Standard

Time

for

the

issue of

an

remainder of

debt.

now

the

new

Tenders

used to

bills had to be made, and

The result

low interest rate for this class of

lished.

to be

were

$50,278,000 of bills falling due on Oct. 11,
the amount representing an addition to
The new issue was dated Oct. 11 1932, on

Jan. 11 1933.

on

$75,000,000, "or there¬

The proceeds

which date payment for
is to mature

issue of

an

abouts," of 92-day bills.

the public

subject to call for redemption prior to

on

per year, or,

thereby establishing

not

the

rate

average

retire

in

was

nothing. As noted in our review for the month of
September, a sale of $100,665,000 of 91-day Treasury bills

abouts," of 4%-year 3% Treasury notes.
The notes were
dated Oct. 15 1932 and will mature April 15 1937 and are

■'

(of which $6,691,900 was in

Oct. 21 of $14,171,500

on

the New York District).

that another

was

borrowing was estab¬
received and bids of

of

$259,468,000 were
The average price realized by
the Government was 99.951, making the average rate on a
bank discount basis about 0.19%.

$75,954,000

taxes, both Federal and State—an advantage always of high

But

accepted.

were

this

even

abnormally

low figure was again to be
Acting Secretary of the Treasury Ballan¬
2 p. m. Eastern Standard Time,

importance, and especially after the radical increases in both

beaten.

the Federal normal taxes and the surtaxes.

tine invited tenders up to

This

new

note

issue followed

On Oct. 12

rapidly upon the heels of the large issue of
September, when the Secretary of the Treasury
offered $750,000,000, "or thereabouts," of five-year 3^%
Treasury notes along with $400,000,000, "or thereabouts," of
one-year Treasury certificates of indebtedness bearing only

Monday, Oct. 17, for another issue of $75,000,000, "or there¬
abouts," of 91-day bills. The proceeds in this instance were

iy±% interest, and when the allotments in the casg of the

The

five-year Treasury notes

the

notes

of

in

the

one-year

were

certificates

$834,401,500, and in the
of

indebtedness

case

$451,447,000,

making the combined allotment $1,285,848,500.
As in the
case of the September issues, the subscription books for the
$450,000,000 of Treasury notes now offered were closed at
the close

of

business

overwhelming

were

on

the

first

day of the offering, so

the applications.

As also in the Septem¬

ber case,

subscriptions for which payment was tendered in
Treasury certificates of indebtedness maturing Oct. 15, were
given preferred allotment.
The new notes were designed
to meet $333,492,500 of Treasury certificates of indebtedness
maturing Oct. 15 1932. Payment for the new issue had to be
made on Oct. 15.
Aggregate subscriptions reached more than
IS times the amount of the

to be used

mature

to meet

maturing bills of substantially the

The bills

amount.
on

Jan. 18 1933.

tenders

for

amount

to bear

were

date

Oct.

Payment had to be made

this offering aggregated

accepted

was

$75,110,000.

same

1932 and

19

on

to

Oct. 19.

$252,465,000, and

The

average

price

realized by the Treasury was 99.965, making the average rate
on a bank
discount basis about 0.14% per annum—that is
less than 1/7 of

That

it

is

1%

per year.

exaggeration

no

Government at such

an

virtually next to nothing

to say that the

cost

to

the

abnormally low rate of interest is
appears

when

an

actual calculation

is made to show how little the Government is obliged to
pay
out for a loan for the amount named for the whole
period
of

91

days which the bills

run.

The tenders accepted

in

this instance, as already stated, aggregated
$75,110,000, and
that is the amount that will have to be repaid by the Govern¬
ment to the

purchasers of the bills at maturity on Jan. 18
given being the face amount of the bills, no

$450,000,000 offered, or $8,368,343,700. The cash subscriptions amounted to $8,050,181,700,
-while the subscriptions for which maturing certificates of

interest accruing thereon.
The price realized was, at stated,
99.965.
Applying this to the $75,110,000 of bills issued, the

indebtedness

proceeds of the sale to the Government

162,000.
which

The

were

tendered

total

$318,162,000

allotted in full.

were

in

payment footed

up $318,$508,338,600, of
exchange subscriptions and were

amount

allotted

was

The allotments for the cash subscriptions

graduated scale, beginning with 10% on the
subscriptions and tapering down to 2% on sub¬
scriptions in amounts over $500,000. In pursuance to previ¬
ous
practice, banks were permitted to make payment "by
were

on

a

smaller

credit for notes allotted

to them for themselves and

their

customers up to any amount for which they were qualified in
excess of existing
deposits, and the effect of the new sale
was

to further increase Government

nary banks.




deposits with the ordi¬

1933, the

sum

$75,083,711.50.
face

amount

seem

to have

been

The difference between this figure and the

of

the

bills .is only

the Treasury gets a loan of

$26,289, and, accordingly,
$75,110,000 for three months at

the trivial cost'of

$26,289.
'Obviously, it would be a mistake to think that the price
paid for these Treasury bills, representing short-term bor¬
rowing, is indicative of the high state of credit of the United
States.
It is, of course, nothing of the sort.
It reflects a
wholly

abnormal

created,

one

accumulation
which

no

state

of

the

money

market,

artificially

manifestation of which is that there is
of

-idle

employment

funds
can

at

the

be found.

financial

a

centers

vast

for

These funds find their

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10

into Government obligations as the readiest means
The reason for the abnormal and artificial state

way

at

of
the money market is found in the main in two causes, namely,
the large-scale holdings of United States Government obliga¬
tions by the Federal Reserve banks and the easy money policy
hand.

System.
sale of Treasury bills during
October which also was on extremely favorable terms to the
Government and at absurdly low rates of interest, though
the average was a trifle higher than at the previous sale
and hence established no new low record.
On Oct. 19 Secre
of the Federal Reserve
There

was

tary of the

still another

Treasury Ogden L. Mills announced an

offering

of $80,000,000, "or thereabouts,"
the proceeds to be applied to meet a maturing issue of
$83,317,000.
These bills are dated Oct. 26 1932 and will
mature Jan. 25 1933, on which date the face amount is pay
able by the Government without interest.
Tenders were
received up to 2 p. m. Oct. 24.
This offering brought tenders
of $227,202,000, of which $80,295,000 were accepted by the
Treasury Department.
The average price realized by the
Treasury was 99.951, making the average rate on a bank
discount basis 0.20%, as against 0.14% at the immediately
preceding sale.
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1 NEW SECURITY ISSUES AND DIVIDENDS IN OCTOBER.
Domestic security offerings during the month of October
were
again very light.
As far as corporate offerings are
concerned they embraced chiefly public utility financing.
One of the prominent issues of the month was the $18,000,000
Connecticut River Power Co. 1st mtge. s. f. 5% gold bonds,
series A, at 94 and int., yielding about 5}$% and .due
Oct. 1 1952.
The offerings of $2,000,000 or over for October
comprised the following:
bills to the amount

of 91-day

PUBLIC UTILITY
$18 000 000

15 000 000

Connecticut River Power Co.—1st mtge. s. f. 5% gold
94 and int., yielding about 5H%, and due
syndicate consisting of Chase Harris Forbes
Corp.; First of Boston Corp.; Bankers Trust Co.; Baker,
Young & Co.; Lee Higginson Corp.; Paine, Webber & Co.;
Bodell & Co.; Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.; Ilornblower
& Weeks; Otis & Co., Inc.,.and the N. W. Harris Co., Inc.
Detroit Edison Co.—5% gen. & ref.
and int., yielding over 5%

bonds at 99 M

mtge., series E gold
and due Oct. 1 1952.

By a banking group headed by Coffin & Burr, Inc.,
including Chase Harris Forbes Corp., Spencer Trask &
Bankers Trust Co. and First Detroit Co., Inc.

and

Co.,

Properties.—5-yr. 5H% secured
at par and due Oct. 15 1937. By a banking group
Chase Harris Forbes Corp., and including the First

North Boston Lighting

9 000 000

gold notes
headed by

Capital

Products

City

resumed by

Counsellors

Fund, Inc., Boston.—Dividend on the no par common
a share.
A dividend of 26c. a share was paid previously

this issue.

on

Edison

vv

.

Illuminating Co. of Brockton.—Extra dividend o
the capital stock in addition to the reg. quar. div. o

Electric

20c.

a

75c.

a

share

on

■/<". %

share.

7 500 000

to and incl.

Jan. 2 1932.

-

div. of 25c. per share (not 50c., as reported
has been declared on the $2 cum. & partic. cov.
prior pref. stock, no par value, payable Oct. 1 to holders of record Sept. 20.
Three months ago a similar payment was made, prior to which the stock
was on a regular $2 annual div. basis.

Elgin Sweeper Co.—A
in

quar.

last month's issue)

Fidelity
10c.

a

Inc.—Extra div.

Fund,

share to 15c.

a

Guelph (Ont.) Carpet & Worseted Spinning Mills, Ltd.—Div. on the
no par common stock resumed by the payment of 50c. a share on this
issue.

Havana Electric & Utilities Co.—Resumes div. on the 6% cum. 1st pref.
stock by payment of

75c. a share.

Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd.—Extra div. of 20c. a share in
the reg. quar.
value.

Eastern Utilities Associates—3-yr. 5% gold notes at 98%
to yield 5.50%
and due Oct. 15 1935. By an investment
banking group consisting of Stone & Webster and Blodget,

Estabrook & Co.;

Moseley & Co.

2 500 000

Kidder Peabody & Co., and F. S.

.

Pennsylvania Electric Co.—Conv.
1933, 7s due 1934, and 7Hs due 1935.
& Electric Securities Co., Inc.

gold notes, 6Hs due
By the Associated Gas

Massachusetts Companies—5-yr. 5% coupon gold
Oct. 15 1937. By a banking
group headed by the First of Boston Corp. of Massachusetts,
and including White, Weld & Co.; F. S. Moseley & Co.;
Kidder, Peabody & Co.; Tifft Brothers, and Arthur W. Wood
Western

notes at

addition to

div. of 20c. a share on the class A and B stocks of no par

stock
25c. a share
omitted last

Merchants Fire Assurance Co.—Div. of 50c. a share on the common
payable Nov. 1 1932.
This represents a reg. quar. div. of
a further payment of 25c. as the equivalent of the div.
May.
V

and

New York

& Hanseatic

in addition to

a

Corp.—Stock div. Of 5% on the capital stock

cash div. of $1

a

share.

Mortgage Co.—It was erroneously reported in our
issue of Oct. 7, that the quar. div. had been decreased from 15c. to 12Hc.
per share.
This was an error as the company had declared the usual
quarterly distribution of 15c. per share, payable Sept. 30 1932 to holders
of record Sept. 26.
Like amounts were also paid on March 31 and June 30

New York

Title

&

1932.
Div. on capital

Pacific Fire Insurance Co.-

Richmond
of 10c.

St.

a

stock resumed by the pay"

Insurance

99% and int., and due

Initial

West New Brighton, N. Y..
$5 par value.

Co.,

div,

share on the new common stock of

Flour Mills, Ltd.—Quar. div. of 37Hc. a share on the
stock.
This is the first div. paid ort this issue since Feb. 1 1925.

Lawrence

common

Standard

Fire Insurance Co. of N. J.—Quar. div. on the

capital stock

increased from 25c. a share to 37He. a share.
Linen Supply Co.—Quar. div. on
creased from 50c. a share to 75c. a share.

United

the no par class B stock in¬

Y.—Div. of 30c. a share on the
A distribution of 10c. a share was made

United States Fire Insurance Co. of N.

capital stock payable Nov. 1.
on Aug. 1 last.

UNFAVORABLE

American

Union Electric Light & Power Co. (Missouri)—Additional
5% series, gen. mtge. gold bonds at 99 M and int.,
to yield over 5% and due April 1 1957.
By Dillon, Reed & Co.;
Chase Harris Forbes Corp.; Bankers Trust Co.; Spencer Trask
& Co.; Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.; the N. W. Harris
Co., Inc., and Blyth & Co., Inc.

Inc.;
.

5 330 000

the capital stock increased from

on

share.

Allied Telephone Utilities
cum. pref. stock omitted.

Boston

issue of

6 000 000

■

Egry Register Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. on the $2 cum. cl A. common stock
resumed.
A similar distribution was made each quarter from Oct. 1 1928

Harris Co., Inc.

*

the capital stock increased

stock of 28c.

Baker, Young & Co.;
& Co.; Paine, Webber
& Co • Bodell & Co.; Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.;
Hornbiower & Weeks; Otis & Co., Inc.; Tenney & Co.; Edward
M. Bradley & Co., Inc.; H. P. Wood & Co., and the N. W.
Corp.; Bankers Trust Co.;
Lee Higginson Corp.; F. S. Moseley

of
*

"

stock

Co.—Dividend on the no par common

the payment of 10c. a share.

Capital .Management Corp.—Quar. div. on
from 12^c. a sh. to 25c. a share.

ment of 50c. a share.

FINANCING.

bonds, series A at
Oct 1 1952. By a

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REVIEW

the common stock reduced from $1.75

American Book Co.—Quar. div. on
a

CHANGES;

Co,—Quar, div. of 43 %c. a share on the $1.75

share to $1 a share.

Shipbuilding Co.—Quar. div. of 1%% on the 7% non-cum*

r

pref. stock omitted.
American

Trustee

Share

of

distribution

Corp.—Semi-ann,

$124.78

diversified trustee shares, series D, equal to
months ago a distribution of 18.685c. a share

unit of 1,000 shares of

per

12.478c. per share.
Six
made on this issue.

was

of 1%% a share on the 7% cum. 1st

Arrowhead Bridge Co.—Quar. div.

pref. stock omitted.
Associated Gas & Electric Co.—Div. due about Nov. 1 on the no par
class A stock omitted.
A div. of l-80th of a share in common stock was

paid on this issue on May 2 and Aug. 1 last.
the $4 cum. preference stock was also omitted,
Atlantic Coast Line RR.—Semi-ann.

The div. due Nov. 1 on

div. of 2H% on the 5% non-cum.

pref. stock omitted.
Atlantic Ice Mfg.

$2

a

Co.—Annual div. on the common stock reduced from

share to $1 a share.

& Mortgage Guarantee Co.—Quar.
reduced from 80c. a share to 50c. a share.

Bond

div. on the capital stock

Co.

Brazilian Traction, Light & Power Co., Ltd.—Action on the common
div. deferred until January 1933.
A stock div. of 2% was paid on Sept. 1

MUNICIPAL FINANCING.

$4,000,000 Buffalo, N. Y., 3.80% refg: bonds, due serially from 1933 to
1952 incl., awarded to the First National Bank, of New York,
and associates, at 100.20, a basis of about 3.78%.
Reoffered

2% to 3.75%, according to maturity.
3 465,000 Massachusetts
(State of) 3H% bonds, comprised three
separate issues, due annually from 1933 to 1962 incl., awarded
to a group headed by Estabrook & Co., of Boston, at 102.28,
a basis of about 3.28%.
Reoffered on a yield basis of from
1% to 3.25%. according to maturity.
3 392,100 Philadelphia,
Pa.. 5% bonds representing subscriptions
received locally during October to an original issue of $20,000,000 bonds which had been on sale at the City Treasurer's
office, at par, since June 3 1932, when the issue failed of award
when offered at competitive sale.
The subscriptions received
during October completed the sale of the entire issue of bonds.
3 000 000 Nassau Co., N. Y., bonds, consisted of $1,620,000 4Ms and
$1,380,000 3 Ms, due serially from 1935 to 1960 incl., purchased
by the Chase Harris Forbes Corp., of New York, and associates,
at 100.24, a basis of about 3.90%;
The $1,620,000 4-Ms were
reoffered to yield from 3.25 to 3.75%, according to maturity,
while the yield on the $1,380,000 3Ms ranged from 3.90 to
at

prices to yield from

;

3.95%.
2 330 000

Syracuse, N. Y., bonds,

comprised $1,270,000 4s arid $1-

from 1933 to 1972 incl., awarded to
a group managed by the Chemical Bank & Trust Co., of New
York, at 100.019, a basis of about 3.68%.
Publicly offored
at prices to yield from 2% to 3.75%, according to coupon

060,000 3Hs, due serially

rate and

2,000,000 Illinois

maturity date.

(State of) 4% highway bonds, due annually from
purchased by a group headed by the Con¬
Chicago, at 99.17, a basis of about

1945 to 1948 incl.,

1932.
British Columbia Telephone Co.—Annual rate on
lowered from 8% a share to a 7% basis.

the common stock

(The) Broadway Market, Detroit.—Semi-ann. div. of
6% cum. pref. stock due Oct. 20, omitted.

30c. a share on the

Burroughs Adding Machine Co.—Quar. div. on the no par common stock
decreased from 20c. a share to 10c. a share.
Canada Bread Co., Ltd.

-Quar. div. of 50c. a share on the 7% non-cum*

pref. B stock omitted.
Canadian Car & Foundry Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. of 30c. a
no

par common

Canadian Wineries, Ltd.stock omitted.

Quar. div. of 5c. a share on the no par common

Central States Edison Co.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a share on the 7% cum

!

pref. stock omitted.

Chester & Philadelphia Ry.—Quar.
stock omitted.

div. of 30c. a share on the common

Chicago Yellow Cab Co., Inc.—Quar. div. on the no par common
reduced from 50c. a share to 25c. a share.
Cohn-Hall-Marx Co.—Quar. div. of l%%

on

4.07%.

(State of) 3%% road bonds, due $1,000,000 in
1948 and 1949, awarded to a syndicate headed by the First
National Bank, of New York, at 95. a basis of about 3.91%.

Changes in dividend declarations in October were not as
as in previous months
and were again mostly
of an unfavorable nature. The following table, divided into
numerous

two

able

"Favorable Changes" and "Unfavor¬
Changes," gives the more important of the changes:

sections, namely,

FAVORABLE CHANGES.

Blauner's, Inc.—Dividend on the no par common
payment of 25c. a share on this issue.
Brandon

Greenville, S. C.—Dividend on the 7% pref. stock
$3.50 a share. The last semi-annual div. on
amounting to $3.50 a share was made in Jan. 1930.

Corp.,

resumed by the payment of
!

this issue

stock resumed by the
^
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stock

the 7% cum. pref. stock

omitted.

Columbus Auto Parts Co.- -Quar. div. of 1M%
stock omitted.

on

the 7% cum. pref.

Continental American Life Insurance Co.—Quar. div.
stock decreased from 45c. a share to 30c. a share.

tinental Illinois Co., of

2,000,000 Missouri

share on the

stock omitted.

Cuba RR.—Quar. div. on the 6%
omitted.
/

share to 75c.

a

the

capital

stock of 1H% a share

non-cum. pref.

Diamond Ice & Coal Co.—Quar. div. on the 7% cum.
from $1.75 a

on

pref. stock reduced

share.

Family Financing Corp.—Quar. div. of 17Hc. a share on
omitted.
',5,/■; ;■ ■
_

Federal Fidelity Co., Inc.(Ky,).—-Semi-ann.
7% prof, stock omitted. .
-

the pref. stock
.■ * ,'•

diy. of $3.50 a share on the.
.

div. on the no par common
share.
Realty Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Quar. div. On the 7% cum. pref.

Fort Worth (Tex.) Stock Yards Co.—Quar.
stock decreased from 37 He. a share to 25c. a

Guardian
stock reduced from $1.25 a share to $1 a

share.

-%

•

the no par common stock, series A,
pref. stock of 35c. a share, 1H% and 1%%,
'
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^
Hudson & Manhattan RR.—Semi-ann. div. on the common stock de?
creased from $1.75 a share to $1.25 a share.
...

Guilford Realty Co.—Quar. divs. on

6% pref. stock and 7% cum.
respectively,
omitted. ' \-■

.

MONTHLY
Humphreys Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. a

share on the 8% cum. pref.

stock omitted.

(Julius) Kayser & Co.—No action in respect to the div. on the no par
common stock taken.
From May 1 1931 to and incl. Feb. 1 1932, a
quar. div. of 25c. a share was paid.
Keystone Telephone Co. of Philadelphia.—Quar. divs. of 75c. a share
on the $3 cum. pref. stock and $1 a share on the $4 cum. pref. stock, both
omitted.

Liberty Limestone Corp.—Quar. div. of \%% on
omitted.

stock

Long Island Lighting Co.—Quar. div. on
duced 15c. a snare to 10c. a share,
Merchants

the 7% cum. pref.

"

the no par common stock re¬
.

,,

share on the

Metropolitan Storage Warehouse Co.—Quar. div. on
stock reduced from $1 a share to 75c. a share.
1932 postponed.
its

,

pref. shares due Oct. 31
the Canadian Eagle Co.

Eagle Oil Co., Ltd.—Div. on the 1st
Similar action was taken by
1st pref. shares for the same period.

Mexican
on

the no par capital

Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co.—Div. on the no per common
share to 25c. a share.

stock decreased from 50c. a

Muirhead's Cafeterias, Ltd .—Div, of
pref. stock omitted.

25c, a share on the 7H% cum,

Ltd.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a share on

Ontario Steel Products Co.,

the 7%

pref. stock omitted.

cum.

Co.—Quar. div, of 50c. a share

(The) Park Mortgage & Ground Rent
on the capital stock omitted.
omitted.

stock

continued as a repellent
influence, and was aggravated by fears that the New York
Chicago & St. Louis RR. might not be able to escape a
receivership.
This road, in an advertisement in the daily

20c. a share on the no par common

Oct. 1 had
Commerce Commis¬
sion, but that a receivership could be averted only if sub*
stantially all of the holders agreed to an extension for three
years of 75% of the principal of the loan under the con¬
ditions imposed by the inter-State Commerce Commission."
Tiie railroad list at times was conspicuously weak, and as
a further deterrent on Stock Exchange speculation the bond
market manifested repeated weakness—not in the case of
agreed to the terms of the Inter-State

gilt-edged issues, where prices were well maintained,
low-priced issues, where prices tumbled

the

-

Co.—Interim div. on the ordinary shares
obtained.

deferred until the full results for 1932 are

this.

A

disturbing incident, but of temporary duration,
in one of his cam¬

very

remark made by President Hoover

paign speeches in an effort to prove

the quar. ending Dec. 31 1932.

oij.-the common stock

(H.) Simon & Sons, Ltd.—Quar. div. of l%% on

the 7% cum. s. f. conv,
the capital stock

omitted.•

Co.—Quar. div. of 1 % % a share on the 7 % cum. pref.
J
Electric

Swiss-American

Co.

(of

stock

Zurich), Switzsrland.—Semi-ann.
stock omitted.

div of $3 a share on the $6 cum. pref.

Underwriters Finance Co., Inc.—Quar.

pref. A stock omitted.

cum.

$3.50

cum.

Home

Chemists Corp.—Quar.
pref. stock omitted.,

Fire

Insurance

div. of 87 He. a

Co.—Quar.

creased from 2% on share to 1% a

div. on the capital stock de¬

the common stock
• p.y:^

div. of 90c. a share on the common

Railways Co.—Quar.

omitted.

share on the
/vX-V

share.

Wagner Electric Corp.—Quar. div. of V2Hc. a share on
omitted.
'"w-";. ■-/:
yv.
York

1

(

Retail

United

Utah

div. of \%% a share on the 7%

stock

K-;.;,;s"."V'

been

DURING OCTOBER.

During October the stock market was again reactionary,

of

month,

the

during which prices continued

limited

irregularly lower, with an occasional upward rally of
duration and of

narrow

under

the

All the security mar¬

dimensions.

deadening influence

of

tlie Presi¬

dential

campaign, which grew in bitterness and became very

heated

during the course of the month, and pending the out¬

of which

come

no

seemed inclined

one

to

enter into any

extensive commitments in the market, one way or the other.
In

addition, however, there were other disturbing develop¬

ments and incidents which

were

certainly not calculated to

promote confidence in security values or to arouse
asm

for

higher prices.

foremost place

enthusi¬

Among these depressing features

eruption of weakness in commodity prices, both wheat
cotton
lowest

level

sharply declined, the first

having

reached

in

centuries,

of these to the

leaving the position

agricultural classes even more dismal than

the

noted in the earlier part

before.

of

As

of this article, the December option

for wheat in Chicago touched

Oct.

43%c.

011

Oct. 31 against 54%c.

4, and grain prices, as a matter of fact, kept

almost

continuously sinking from the beginning to the end of the
month, while the price of spot cotton in
to 6.15c.

Aug. 29,

on

showing

a

depreciation of more than $15 a bale
Then, also, the

figures of the early summer.

absence of any
in

pronounced indications of sustained recovery

trade and business

more

New York dropped

Oct. 31 against 9.00c. on Sept. 7 and 9.20c. on

from the best

in the future.

tended to undermine confidence once
Steel production, it is true, showed a

trifling increase at low levels, the steel

mills of the country

20% of capacity at the close of the
month, and only
14% during the July 4 holiday period, but iron and steel
prices displayed a declining tendency and the renewed de¬
pression in the commodity markets appeared to place in
jeopardy what, little recovery in general trade and business
had already occurred.
Towards the end of the month the
being engaged to about
month

against 17^% at the opening of the

United States

that
that

close to

maintained for only two weeks longer
unless the Reserve Act was amended, as it subsequently
was.
This had a very bad effect abroad, and all the leading
foreign exchanges at New York turned against the United
States for the time being.
The President's statement met
with vigorous denials from Senator Carter Glass and Senator
Hull, both in a position to speak with authority regarding
the matter, and from inside knowledge, and in any event,
it was made plain to the satisfaction of financial interests
abroad that no inherent weakness in the Federal Reserve's
gold position was to be implied from the President's remarks.
The foreign exchanges, as a result, quickly returned to the

gold payments could be

,

latter half of the

The

month the collapse of the

pound sterling was an unsettling feature.
While this cannot
he said to have had any direct effect upon stock speculation,

ing the course of security values, such as the advances in

month, and with a period of dullness and stagnation

labored

tlie suspension of gold payments

informed by the Secretary of the Treasury

so

he had been

and

of the

kets

the Federal Reserve banks

must unquestionably be assigned to a new

quite notable further break during the first 10 days

the rest

date)

values, it was certainly not an
inasmuch as the depreciation in
the sterling rate reached nearly 19c. to the pound.
New
York City financial affairs likewise furnished.occasion for
worry, which was not without some retarding effects upon
the financial markets, inasmuch as the city found itself in a
desperate plight financially and banking interests felt they
could not undertake with any hope of success among in¬
vestors the floating of any considerable ^amounts of city
obligations unless the city budget was very substantially
reduced in accordance with the promise to that effect made
by the city authorities at the beginning of the year, and
which promises the Board of Estimate refused to carry out,
now that Mayor James J. Walker, because of his
resigna¬
tion. was no longer at the head of the city administration.
Through a compromise the banks agreed to make a loan of
$21,500,003 to tide the city over its need for the Nov. 1
payroll and other pressing immediate requirements.
The
month was not without some favorable influences as affect¬

with a

for

the precise

mention

normal.
THE COURSE OF THE STOCK MARKET

time (Mr. Hoover did

gold on foreign account, that at one
not
had

pref. stock omitted.

Southington (Conn.) Hardware Co.—Quar. div. on
reduced from 35c. a share to 25c. a share.

Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 4, in
discussisng the withdrawals of

speech made by Mr. Hoover at
which he was led to say, in

Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland.—Quar. div.,
reduced from 50c. a share to 87 He. a share.

how valiant he had been
This occurred in the

country's interests.

in defense of the
Shawinigan Water & Power Co.—Quar. divs. on the no par common
shares reduced from 25c. a share to 12c. a share for the quar. ended

noteworthy examples

bonds constituting

railroad

badly,

was a

v

St. Louis Car

"71% of the holders

Monday, Oct. 3, stated that

$20,000,000 6% notes which fell due on

the

of

issues.

Sept. 30 1932 and 13c. a share for

Anxiety

toward that end.

regarding the state of the railroads

of

(Petroleum)

on

to be very effective

not appear

Potomac RR.—Seml-ann. divs. of 3H%
on the 7% guar, stock and 3% on the 6% guar, stock.
This compares
with semi-annual divs. of 4% a share paid previously on both of these
Dutch

buying

to stimulate

,

Richmond Fredericksburg &

Royal

followed

but this was a move designed
the part of the railroads, and yet did

by the other steel producers,

but in the case of the

.

Progress Laundry Co.—Quar. div. of

$40, which step was

steel rails from $43 a ton to

papers on

Co.—Quar. div. of 87 He. a
prior pref. stock $3.50 div. series, omitted...
Manufacturers Securities

&

11

REVIEW

Steel Corporation




marked down the price of

the

or

course

of security

influence,

exhilarating

price of gasoline by certain companies, but these passed
unsettlement, about the

the

almost without notice in the. general

only effect being
oil

the

a

slight stiffening in the price of some of

shares.

As

already stated, stocks were quite severely depressed
days of October.
On Wednesday, Oct. 5, the
market suffered a very bad slump, and all the active issues
in

the early

dropped all the way from $2 to $8 a share on a selling wave
which ranked among the most noteworthy of the year.
The

composite average of the New York "Times," based on 50
selected stocks, showed a net decline for that day of $5.20 a
share, the 25 industrial
of

$7.03

a

said that this shrinkage

on

net drop

a

The "Times"

in the composite average was

the

day since Oct. 13 1931.
The decline con¬
succeeding days under the influence of the adverse

sharpest of
tinued

stocks having suffered

share and the 25 rail issues $3.36.
any

developments already noted, and the lowest figures of the
month, as a rule, were recorded on Oct. 10, though in some
instances

not until

reaction

ward

a

few days later.

occurred

on

Oct.

11,

Somewhat of
due

an up¬

apparently to the

covering of outstanding short commitments, in view of the
fact

that

when

the

however,

the next day
Stock

after

was

Exchange

the

Columbus Day and
would

holiday, there

be

closed.

was

a

On

holiday,
Oct.

13,

renewed weakness,

but followed
of strength,

on
Friday, Oct. 14, by quite a manifestation
which again seemed to be accounted for, in the

main, by extensive covering of outstanding short commit*

MONTHLY

12

slowly

The remainder of the month prices drifted

ments.

with occasional mild rallies in a market that
was dull almost to the point of stagnation, there being gen¬
eral listlessness even among the trading fraternity.
There
was a
mild exhibition of strength on Oct. 26, 27 and 28,
downward,

reactions which

with moderate upward

United

the

of

action

the

to

may

Steel

States

have been due
Corporation in

REVIEW
of the high-priced
Government

the

bonds, and

income statement of the company

for the September quarter

poorest ever submitted for any quarterly period in the
entire history of the Corporation.
The action was taken as
was

the

indicating a belief in better trade conditions for the near
future.

"

,

Trading was light all through the month, though it was not
until the closing days that it became what might be termed
absolutely lifeless.
In the first half of the month transac.ions still ran in the neighborhood of 2,000,000 shares a day,

even

Oct.

Friday,

day's
entire

than 20,201,959 shares,
the smallest for any month since the previous July, when
the sales totaled 23,057,334 shares, and the smallest for any

"'month the sales aggregated no more

1924, the month prior to the election of Presi¬

October since

In October 1931 the total of the sales was
47.896,533 shares; in October 1930, 65,497,479 shares, and in
Coolidge.

October

On the New York Curb
month were no more than

1929, 141,668,410 shares.

Exchange

for

sales

the

the

This compared with 8,702,369 shares in
October ' 1931;
15,449,900 shares
in October 1930, and
61,836,200 shares in October 1929.
3,701,930 shares.

indicated, as far as the general averages are

As already

reached quite
generally on Oct. 10, but some slight recoveries occurred in
the middle of the month, with a renewed drift downward
the low point of the month

concerned,

in

a

moderate

of way during the

kind

was

last^H)

dq.ys of the

50 stocks included
compilation show that from a

The composite averages for the

month.

"Times"
high for the month of 65.57 on Oct. 1 there was a drop to
51.63 Oct. 10, with the close Oct. 31 at 56.32.
The 25 railroad
in

New

the

York

28.86
Oct. 1 to a low of 18.92 Oct. 10, with the close Oct. 31 at
22.87, while the 25 industrial stocks declined from a high of
102.84 Oct. 4 to 84.35 Oct. 10, with the close Oct. 31 at 89.77.
in

included

stocks

declined

50

the

from

high

a

of

During the month 27 stocks on the Stock Exchange reached
new low figures for the year, and on the Curb Exchange 36
stocks also made new low records for the year.
The separate
be said to have followed much the same course
fluctuations as the general average.
American

stocks may
their

in

113% Oct. 1 to 98% Oct. 13, and closed

Tel. & Tel. fell from

United States Steel dropped from 44 Oct. 1
J. I. Case
Threshing Machine was at its high for the month on Oct. 4
at 57, and at its low, 35%, Oct. 13, with the close Oct. 31
at 39%.
In the case of American Can the extremes were
56% Oct. 4 and 45% Oct. 10, with the close Oct. 31 at 52 exOct. 31 at
to

div.

103%.

Oct. 13, with the close Oct. 31 at 35%.

33%

Allied

Chemical

Dye

&

dropped

from

82

Oct. 4 to

66% Oct. 13, and closed Oct. 31 at 73%.
E. I. du Pont de
Nemours was at 43% Oct. 1 and at 31% Oct. 26, and closed
Oct. 31 at 34.
General Electric declined from 18% Oct. 3

American &
Foreign Power fell from 11 Oct. 4 to 6 Oct. 10, and closed
Oct. 31 at 7%.
Consolidated Gas of New York declined from
62% Oct. 4 to 51 Oct. 10, and closed Oct. 31 at 56%. North
American fell from 34% Oct. 4 to 25% Oct. 10, with the close
Oct. 31 at 28%.
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing
dropped from 37% Oct. 4 to 24% Oct. 26, with the close
Oct. 31 at 26%.
Standard Oil of New Jersey declined from
31 Oct. 1 to 27% Oct. 10, with the close Oct. 31 at 30%, the
advances in gasoline prices having stiffened market values
of the oil shares, as already noted further above.
The
to

14%

tobacco

10, and closed Oct. 31 at 15%.

Oct.

stocks

were

a

weak

feature

on

several

occasions

during the month on account of increased competition from
10c. cigarettes, and American Tobacco fell from 76% Oct. 5
to

59% Oct. 21, with the close Oct. 31 at 64.
list Atchison common dropped from

In the railroad

55%

Oct. 10, with the close Oct. 31 at 42%.
Nor¬
folk & Western fell from 106% Oct. 3 to 88% Oct. 10, with
the close Oct. 31 at 98.

Delaware & Hudson tumbled from

74% Oct. 3 to 54 Oct. 10, with the close Oct. 31 at 60 bid.

Oct. 31 at 65.

It will

be observed that the railroad shares enjoyed more of a
any

due

to

re¬

of the other principal groups, and this was"
the

fact

railroads for the month

of

that the

income

returns

of

-the

September began coming in the

latter part of October, and in not

a few instances showed
improved net earnings compared with the same month of
the previous
year,^ notwithstanding continued heavy losses
gross earnings, indicating that railroad managers
carrying out drastic policies of retrenchment in their

operating accounts.
The bond market,

Oct.

8

10324,2 Oct.

18

IO6H32 Oct.

28

108"32 Oct.

3

26

10428,2 Oct.

3

Oct.

25

10220,2 Oct.

7

10216,,

100'«32 Oct.

13

1002 6,2 Oct.

18

10022,,

1032033

IO3832

1081631

1042633

10327,2 Oct.

Treasury 3**s, 1946-1956...
Treasury 3 **s, 1943-1947...
Treasury 3s, 1951-1955.....
Treasury 3 **s, 1940-1943...
Treasury 3 **s, 1941-1943...

102 "82

102 633

1002233

Treasury 3** s,1946-1949...

102»32
IO3163J
107 «,a

104132

9526,2 Oct.

13

96 2*32 Oct.

1

10024,2 Oct.

13

/•10120J2 Oct.

18

1012,2

10022,2 Oct.

13

101 6,2

Oct.

19

1014,2

97*032 Oct.

13

98 832

Oct.

1

96S0J2
101

,

IOO2832
98«32

9614,2

9731,2

already indicated, showed conspicuous

Oct.

Oct. 1

4s__1995

94**

90** Oct.

Baltimore & Ohio 1st gold 4s_ 1948

85**

79

94**

31

1932.

Highest.

Lowest.

1932.

Ateh Topeka & S Fe gen

Price

Range for October.

Price

91

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

Boston & Maine 1st 5s ser AC '67

25?* Oct.
66J* Oct.

40

73**

80

87

32**

Oct.

Ches & Ohio ref & impt 5**s B '95

Oct.

Convertible 4**s

....I960

Chic Milw & St B gen

Chic & N W

39 **

Oct.

82**

57** Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

32

Oct.

16

Oct.

26** Oct.

19

44

3D*
26**

62

22

4s ser A '89

Chic Milw St F & B 5s ser A. 1975

Oct.

53

47}*
29**
28**

25**

A. 1949
C C C & St L4**s series E__ 1977
Erie ref & impt. 5s of 1927... 1967
Ref & impt 5s of 1930
1975
Great North gen 4**sser E..1977

34 **

24 >* Oct.

34** Oct.

62

50

5014 Oct.
36** Oct.

62

111 Cent C St L & N O 5s A.. 1963

42** Oct.

55

Oct.

46

50**

43

Oct.

51

Oct.

43

42

34

Oct.

42

Oct.

conv

4**s

Kansas City Sou ref &

ser

34"

24** Oct.

impt 5s *50

Lehigh Valley (Fa) cons 4s_.2003
Mo-Kan-Texas cum adj 5s__1967

Oct.

34** Oct.
Oct.

50** Oct.

21**

13** Oct.

4**s series C..1978
N Y N H & H 1st & ref 4**s_ 1967

22

16** Oct.

23

Oct.

62

69

Oct.

N Y Ont & West ref 4s...... 1992

54

Bennsylvania RR deb 4**s__1970
St Louis-San Francisco—
General 4s series A
1950

45**

21** Oct.

N Y C & St L

Missouri Bacific gen 4s

1975

1978
1956
Western Maryland 1st 4s—1952
Allegheny Corp coll tr 5s
1944
Con 4**s series

A

..1949

Collateral & conv 5s

2030
Brooklyn Union Elev 1st 5s_. 1950
Dodge Bros conv deb 6s_
1940
Internat Faper 5s ser A & B.. 1947
Int Tel & Tel conv deb 4**s_. 1939
Amer & Foreign Bower 5s

Oct.

19**

50"

49** Oct.

54** Oct.

69

61

Oct.

69

Oct.

65**

14**
12**

12** Oct.

15

Oct.

al2**

j*

10

Oct.

12** Oct.

24** Oct.

60** Oct.

18** Oct.

31

32

56** Oct.

Southern Ry gen 4s ser A

31** Oct.

23"
18**
31**

Oct.

25**

20

15

Oct.

22** Oct.

39**

26

Oct.

39** Oct.

79**

7434 Oct.

79**

86**

86 ** Oct.

87** Oct.

20

41

50** Oct.

4

Oct.

3

Oct.

77

Oct.

87

42**
34**
18 H

34** Oct.
18 J* Oct.

48

29** Oct.

5

23

Oct.

30** Oct.

5

Antioquia (Dept) 7s ser A—1945

9

Oct.

1

A—1957

47

Oct.

59

1959

56 **

47

Oct.

59** Oct.

5

1962
Australia 5s of 1925
..1955
External loan 5s of 1927... 1957
External 4**s of 1928
1956
Berlin (City) ext s f 68
1958
Bolivia (Republic) extl 7s—1969
External 8s
—1947
Brazil external 8s
1941

51**

43** Oct.

52** Oct.

4

47"

85?*
85%
78**

74** Oct.
74** Oct.

86** Oct.

3
3

68

Oct.

86?* Oct.
79** Oct.

75**
75**
69**

37 J*

a34

Oct.

40** Oct.

15

5

Faramount Famous

47**
29

Lasky 6s '47

1939

Warner Bros Fictures 6s

Foreign Bonds—

Argentine (Govt) 6s ser
6s of June 1925
"External 5 **8

i**

6

Oct.

4** Oct.

7

6** Oct.

3

Oct.

8

52

5

Oct.

36

4K

Oct.

6**

1934 Oct.

23** Oct.

21

1957

18

16** Oct.

19** Oct.

18

(City) 5s_______..1957

73

65** Oct.

76**

Oct.

66**

Sinking fund 5s_..1958

73

65** Oct.

78** Oct.

65**

7**
7%
7**

6Ms of 1927
Brisbane

Sept 1961
External sinking fund 6s__1963
External sinking fund 6s_.1960
German (Republic) 7s
1949

Chile

(Republic) 6s

German Govt Internat 5**s_1965

22

9 **

7** Oct.

9**

Oct.

9

Oct.

Th

7** Oct.
7** Oct.

3

Oct.

3

68**
49**
74**
74**

3

96**

73** Oct.

49** Oct.
73** Oct.

54

99**

73** Oct.
96** Oct.

92**

86

83

84

100**

17

Oct.

Oct.

96** Oct.

Oct.

16** Oct.

4

43

Oct.

48** Oct.

87**

4

10

1946

(Republic) 8s

3

67** Oct.

Queensland (State) extl 7s_.1941
External 6s.
1947
Rio Grande do Sul 8s
1946
Urugauy

Oct.

84** Oct.

71
83

5s. 1957
External sinking fund 5S..1958

9** Oct.

mi

New South Wales (State)

13

44"

THE STOCK EXCHANGE.

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON

1932.
29,201,959
$
108,007,000
60,842,500
20,404,600

1931.
47,896,533
8
186,825,000
109,850,000
55,422,950

1930.
65,497,479
8
178,729,800
79,439,500
8,966,150

262,692,000

189,254,100

352,097,950

267,135,450

347.225,300

489,304,333
699,326,924
378,984,664
$
5
$
1,289,442,800 1,542,729,400 1,634,527,900
746,853,600
584,970,400
State, munic. & foreign
562,257,100
197,672,900
93,917,750
United States Govt
450.296,150

1,777,349,300
529.125,150
111,188,800

Month of October

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

State, munic. & foreign
United States Govt
Total bond sales

,

141,668,410

„

68,327,000
16,206,300

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31—

Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales (par

value)—

Railroad and miscell

Total bond sales

2,301,996,050 2,487,255,900

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON

Bond sales (par value)—.
Domestic

8,702,369
.

8

84,154,000
3,468,000
4,015,000

1930.

15,449,900
84,919,000
3,839,000
3,772,000

91,637,000

92,530,000

57,421,000

193,041,225

420,931,829

■■;"
8
769,589,000
25,774,000
34,098,000

625,816,000
39,205,000
37,505,000

407,456,500
32,332,500
34,479,500

829,461,000

702,526,000

474,268,500

24,421,500
32,023,000

Foreign corporate

$737,966,500

THE MONEY MARKET

for

are

■

during October in the rates

the use of banking credit in all
market as a result of the abnormal

of idle funds
During October this

existing where enormous masses

congested in the

$

8

DURING OCTOBER 1932.

further reduction

loans and

branches of the money
conditions

5,032,000
3,163,000

94,669,750

8681,522,000

Foreign Government..

was a

$

49,226,000

77,321,000

Bond sales (par value)—

There

1929.

61,836,200

8

46,479,729
8

Total bond sales....

Total bond sales....

8

2,313,416,050 2,417,663,250

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31—

Stock sales—No. of shares
Domestic

968,674,420

THE CURB EXCHANGE.
1931.

1932.
3,701,930
$
71,698,000
2,267,000
3,356,000

Month of October—

Stocksales—No. ofshares

the railroad group,

low-priced issues, especially in
while manifesting firmness in the case

Closing

Opening
Railroad and Industrial Bonds.

weakness in the case of the




1

4**s ol 1933-1938
Treasury 4** s, 1947-1952...
Treasury 4s, 1944-1954

charged
as

18

Oct.

the

were

102 26,2 Oct.
1022 4,2 Oct.

102°32

Foreign Government..

Union Pacific fell from 76%

Oct. 1 to 53% Oct. 10, with the close

10116,,

4

25

101 "32 Oct.

102 2 <32

•

Foreign corporate

in

Oct. 31.

Highest.

Lowest.

101i23,

3**s, 1932-1947
1932-1947—..

First 4**s,

Fourth Liberty Loan—

with the close Oct. 31 at 23%.

than

Sale

1.

First Liberty Loan—

New York Central moved down from 30 Oct. 1 to 18% Oct. 10,

doubtless

Last

Hale
Oct.

Oct. 3 to 35%

covery

-V

Range During October 1932.

Fast
Government Bonds.

21, the million-share figure was never

closely approached on any day. ' On Monday, Oct. 31,

trading aggregated only 384,760 shares, the smallest
business for any full day since June 1024.
For the

dent

:;-y:

while

hut after Oct. 14 even 1,000,000-sliare days were rare,
after

considerable number likewise of foreign bond

a

issues.

preferred shares of the company, though the

the

on

in

obligations, and also in a large list of railroad and industrial

announcing, after the close of business on Oct. 25, that the
directors had decided to continue the 1%% quarterly divi¬
dend

issues and also in the case of United States
In the following table we show
the different issues of United States

obligations.

fluctuations

financial centers.

13

MONTHLY REVIEW
♦

congestion

relieved in

was not

degree, but, on the con¬

any

trary, was further intensified by the inflow of gold from
abroad and the release of gold

held here for foreign account,
circulation.

and likewise the increase in National bank

New York Federal Reserve Bank figures out a
of

The

total

of

$117,900,000 of open market commercial paper
on Sept. 30 as against $108,100,000 on Aug. 31
and $100,400,000 on July 31, but being nevertheless less than
half as large as on Sept. 30 1931.
a

outstanding

net addition

DAILY RECORD

$70,000,000 to the gold stock of the country during the
of October, and also estimates that there was a

month

further

increase

in

month in amount of

National

circulation

bank

during

the

This came at a time When
banking accom¬
modation, because of the depression in trade, and when also
there was no speculative demand for banking credit, either
in the stock market or in the commodity markets, trading
on the Stock Exchange having rapidly dwindled.
As a conse¬
quence, rates dropped to new low figures for call loans, for
time loans, for mercantile paper, and for bankers' accept¬
ances.
The offering on Oct. 6 by the United States Treasury
of $450,000,000, "or thereabouts," of 4^-year Treasury notes,
reflected the conditions prevailing, as subscriptions were
received for over 18 times the amount of the offering, or

-

for

an

aggregate of $8,368,343,700, out of which the Treasury

Department made allotments of $508,338,600. The contribu¬
tory causes to the further plethora are outlined as follows
"A continued flow of funds into

during the past month.

the banks has occurred

As in the two previous

months,

2

3

i

4

1

5

1

6

1

7

1

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l

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9

1

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Oct*.26.

(chiefly

new-

National bank notes)..

134,000,000

Net receipt of all kinds of currency from circulation.

106,000,000
$537,000,000

..........

Disposition of funds:
Used to repay borrowings at Federal Reserve banks

Used

as

reserve

.-$203,000,000

against increased deposits, which resulted

;

;

partly from credit expansion

90,000,000

Total funds used

-..$293,000,000

Amount added to

"As

-$244,000,000

excess reserves

this

indicates, the largest gain of funds has been
the rise in this country's monetary gold stock,

through
which

has

stantial

been

volume

by

supplemented
of

issuance

the

National

new

bank

notes

return flow of currency to the banks which
seasonal tendency.

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x@ix
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15.......
16
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17

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x@ix
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18
19
20

":vt \

x@ix
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x@ix

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x@ix
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x@ix

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22 .^i..

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24

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;

Sun day

$297,00b,000

outstanding

Total funds received

1

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30

July 27 to

currency

1

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1

Treasury

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X

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The market for bankers'

.

; -

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T.

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acceptances during October was

special feature except that, as in other branches
of the money-market, rates were further reduced.
The reduc¬
tion came on Thursday, Oct. 13, the day after the Columbus
holiday, the same day when the call loan rate on the
Stock Exchange was cut from 2% per year to 1%.
The
rates for bankers' acceptances, which had been %% bid and
94% asked for 30, 60 and 90 days, were then reduced to %%
bid and y2% asked for the same maturities, while the fate
for bills of 120 days was reduced from 1% bid and % % asked
to %% bid and %% asked, and the rate for bills running
150 and 180 days from l1/4% bid and lVs% asked to 1% bid
and 34% asked.
As previously, dealings in bankers' accept¬
ances were greatly restricted, owing to the inadequate sup¬
ply of paper, though the volume of paper outstanding in¬
creased a trifle.
From the survey of the American Accept¬
ance Council as of Sept. 30, released in a statement issued
on Oct.
20, it appeared that after a long period of decline
in the volume of bankers' acceptances outstanding, a turn
had occurred and an increase of $1,723,339 was shown as
without

Gold imports, releases of earmarked gold, &c
in

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in which the funds have been

■Funds obtained through:

Increase

1

29

follows:

as

1

re¬

cipal receipts of funds by member banks during the past
have been

1

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The prin¬

mainder has been added to unemployed reserves.

used,

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13

1

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three months, and the ways

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x@ix

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expansion of bank credit, and the

1

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11

28

basis for

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10

27

the

5 Months. 1 6 Months.

Satur day

26

as

Sun day
1

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l

8

25

4 Months.

Satur day

indebtedness at the Reserve banks

ments of member bank

90 Days.

60 Days.

1

of the funds have been used either for further repay¬

some

or

Rates on Mixed Collateral.
30 Days.

21

by the New York Federal Reserve Bank: ;,

LOAN RATES.

October.

$30,000,000.

there was very little mercantile demand for

OF TIME

of

a

and

sub¬

by

a

is contrary to

Over $200,000,000 of the funds have been

compared with the amount outstanding at the end of August.
Robert H. Bean, Executive Secretary of the American Ac¬

used to repay borrowings from the Reserve banks, about
$90,000,000 have been absorbed by the increase in member

ceptance Council, observed that while this increase was rela¬

bank reserve

bills, it did indicate the beginning of a seasonal use of accept¬
ance credits for financing.
The total of acceptances out¬

requirements, and the remainder has not thus
far been employed."
On Thursday, Oct. 13 the call loan rate on the New York
Stock Exchange was marked down from 2%, the figure
■

which

had

prevailed since July 7, to 1%.

market funds had

been available

on

In the outside
1% for a long

call at

time; and after the marking down of the official rate to
the

figure, loans outside the Stock Exchange the rest
month were available at only % of 1% per annum.

same

of the
The

time

branch

loan

demoralized.

Even

of

loan rate time loan rates
dates from 30

the

before

market

the

also

became

marking down

of

further

the

call

quoted at 94 @1*4% for all

were

days to six months, though these

were

purely

nominal figures, there being virtually no demand for time
loans and with only an occasional transaction in such loans.

Low.

1..

2
2
2
2

2

;.

8

*

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

20

1

1

1

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i

22

23......
24

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9

1
s aturda

had

of

was

it been

1

crop moving time of

Second Federal Reserve District alone, it was stated,*held

V

Sunday
I

shrinkage

$392,778,816 at the end of September.

1

18
19

2

2

7

Renewal

2

2

2
2

5

1

2

2

6

High.

1

2

2

4

Low.

17

Sunday

3

Oct. 1932.

Renewal

High.

S aturda y

a

Bean observed that it

1

CALL LOANS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.

Oct. 1932.

$313,175,932 was disclosed.
Mr.
particularly encouraging to note
that the volume of "foreign bills," generally referred to as
German credits, had now been reduced $105,000,000 since
Sept. 30 1931, and was down to considerably less than
half the peak volume for this type of business., He also
remarked that not in the history of acceptance financing
365,078,

1

activity in this branch of the market became

noticeable.
*

standing was given as $683,189,146 on Sept. 30 as compared
$681,465,807 on Aug. 31. As compared with 12 months
before, on Sept. 30 1931, however, when the volume of bills
was close to
a
billion dollars, or, in exact figures, $996,-

with

possible for producers of commodities in .the
the year to finance their business at
so low a cost as at present.
The recent reduction in bankers*
bills to %@%% up to 90 days—the lowest rate on record—
made it possible to arrange crop financing at previously
unheard-of rates.
The condition of the bill market, so far
as it affected the supply and demand, remained unchanged,
with dealers' portfolios at record low levels.
The holding
of bills by the large accepting banks continued to account
for nearly 80% of all created bills.
As of the end of Septem¬
ber, accepting banks were holding of their own or other
banks' bills a total of $519,209,122.
This amount was, how¬
ever, $54,000,000 less than the total held by these banks as
of the end of the previous month.
Accepting banks of the

The latter part of the month the quotation for time money
was down to %% for 30 and 60 days, to %% for 90
days
and four months, and to 1% for five and six months, where¬
upon some little

tively unimportant when compared with the total volume of

The Federal

Reserve

banks

held

virtually

domestic

25

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1

10

2

2

2

26

I

1

1

11....

2

2

2

27

I

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1

acceptances in their portfolios, the total of a little in excess

28

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1

of

Sunday

12

Holiday

-

13

1

1

1

29

s aturda y

14

1

1

1

30

Sunday

15

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16....

commercial

Prime

before, but there
paper,

four

1

31

1

1

Sunday

to

paper

was

restricting sales.
six

1% @2%.

months'

Names

continued in good demand, as
a shortage of first-class

all the time

^Quotations for

Choice names of
dropped from 2@2*4% to
known commanded 2*4% as

maturities

less

well

against the previous 2y2%.

high-class paper
occasional transactions at 1%% were noted.
The New York
Federal Reserve Bank on Oct. 19 issued a statement saying
that reports received from commercial paper dealers showed




On

some very

no

$33,000,000 reported from week to week consisting almost
entirely of foreign bills, largely in the nature of frozen
assets, since they have to be extended anew with each ma<turity date.
The latest figures available respecting these
foreign bills are of date Sept. 30, when the amount was
reported at $30,849,000.
The Federal Reserve banks did
not lower their buying rates for acceptances when open mar¬
ket rates for bankers' acceptances were reduced on Oct. 13.
In other words, the bill buying rate of the New York Reserve
Bank continued at 1% for maturities of

one

to 90

days; 1%%

for 91 to 120 days, and at 1 y2% for maturities of from 121
to 180 days.
The holdings of acceptances on account of

foreign central banks fell off during the month from $43,-

486,000 Sept. 28

to* $.37,993,000

Oct. 26.

MONTHLY

14

26. Foreign bank
institutions, after some
changes from week to week, were $9,852,000 Oct. 26 against
$9,864,000 Sept. 28 1932; 12 months before, on Oct. 28 1931,
these foreign bank deposits aggregated $157,618,000.
Brokers' loans in New York City, after the increase the
previous month, decreased during October with the decline
dn Stock Exchange speculation.
According to the compila¬
tions of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, based on
$43,486,000 Sept. 28 to $37,993,000 Oct.

ACCEPTANCES.

PRIME BANKERS'

EEYIEW

deposits Avith the Federal Reserve

Call Loans

180 Days
150 Days
90 Days « 120 Days
60 Days
30 Days
Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask
Accept'ces Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask

Oct.

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Week Ended—■
Oct. 22.

Oct. 15.

Oct. 8.

Oct. 29.

Call loans on Stock Exchange—
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..

YORK CITY.

The Federal Reserve banks continued to

strengthen their

They further reduced the volume
of Federal Reserve notes dn circulation, further increased
tlieir holdings of gold, and also showed some moderate fur¬
ther decrease in the volume of Reserve credit outstanding.
The total of Federal Reserve notes in circulation, which had
decreased from $2,861,948,000 July 20 to $2,814,020,000 on
Aug. 21, and then to $2,720,988,000 Sept. 28, showed a further
contraction to $2,688,871,000 Oct. 26.
This acted as an offset
to the increase which was taking place in National bank
circulation as a result of the Borah-Glass rider to the Fed¬
eral Home Loan Bank Act.
Apparently the increase in
National bank circulation during October was about $30,position during October.

000,000, and this comes after, roughly, $50,000,000 increase
in September and the same amount in August.
The volume
of Reserve credit outstanding as measured by the holdings
of bills and securities fluctuated moderately from week to

•

week, and Oct. 26 was $2,212,391,000 as against $2,231,806,000 Sept. 28.
The holdings of United States Govern¬
ment securities remained substantially unchanged as far
11

as

the

is

total

this being

concerned,

reported

at $1,850,-

949,000 Oct. 26 as against $1,853,683,000 Sept. 28, though some
'"oiNthe separate items going to make up the total
in the open
*

Showed con¬

The holdings of acceptances purchased

siderable change*

market also remained essentially Unchanged at

$33,695,000 Oct. 26 in comparison with $33,604,000 Sept. 28,
•'arid, as pointed out in our discussion of the market: for
'•
hankers' acceptances, is made up almost entirely of foreign

►■bills iii the nature of frozen assets which have to be renewed

Mwiibhever they mature.

The holdings of discounted bills,

reflecting member bank borrowing, which at .1 Oct. 26 Avere

,

EXCHANGE DURING OCTOBER.

foreign ex¬
in the pound ster¬

feature in the course of the

The drop in the rate reached sensational
great surprise and Avith dramatic

proportions

suddenness.
The rate had been pretty well maintained in tlie neighbor¬
hood of $3.45@$3.46 during the first half of the month,
presumably Avith the aid of the £150,000,000 Exchange Equal¬
ization Fund especially created for the purpose,;as it was
supposed, but on Tuesday, Oct. 18, and Wednesday, Oct. 19,
a sudden
break occurred, which carried the fate for cable
transfers doAvri almost 7c. to the pound, or from $3.44 11/16
Oct. 17 to $3.37% Oct. 19.
Some moderate recovery then
ensued for a couple of days, but on Monday, Oct. 24, Tues¬
day, Oct. 25, and Wednesday, Oct. 26, a second break
occurred even more severe than the first one.
From
$3.39 9/16, the high figure on Oct. 22, there Was a drop
of nearly 8c. on Monday, Oct. 24, to $3.31%; a further drop
of 2c. on Oct. 25, to $3.29%, and a still further decline of
2%c. on Oct. 26 to $3.27%.
The result altogether Avas that
from the high figure of the month of $3.46 1/16 Oct. 8 the
drop to $3.27% Oct. 26 represented a decline of nearly 19c.
There Avas only little recovery in the remaining days of
the month, the
range
of cable transfers Oct. 31 being
$3.28 5/16@$3.28%. The reasons for the collapse Avere quite
obscure.
A variety of these reasons Avas offered in explana¬
tion, but they failed to carry conviction, and, moreover,
appeared to be based largely, if not entirely, on conjecture.
It Avas suggested that the Exchange Equalization Fund had
become exhausted, but this failed to alloAv for the fact that
in that event it Avould be open to the British Ministry to
apply to Parliament for replenishment of the fund.
Then
it Avas urged that seasonal pressure arising out of the autumn
importations of grain and cotton accounted for the decline,
•but this did not explain why support had not been continued
to prevent the decline.
There Avere also intimations that
came as a

the British authorities were

selling bills in order to accumu¬

which to make the semi-annual debt pay¬
to the United States due in December, - which did not

late dollars .with
ment

lastly, that cash payments
made on
Dec. 1, to complete the British war conversion plan, and that
most of the holders who had failed to exchange their 5%
bonds for the neAv 3%% issue were located abroad and hence

impress anyone very greatly, and
in the

neighborhood of £165,000,000 Avould have to be

that the cash likeAvise Avould go

confusing.
w

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:

;1

All this was very

abroad.

,.*•"•

>

"

The strangest feature of all Avas that

••

.

the British authori¬

unconcerned about the matter,
the outcome.' • |fhe one
undisputed fact Avas that support had been withdrawn, but
for Avhat reason and what was the object in view, and for
Iioav long, Avas left wholly to conjecture.
Against the mani¬
fest disadvantages of such great depreciation in the British
-unit it was easy to see that there might be some advantages
an the trade with
the Far East, but whether this was a
goAreming consideration in letting the depreciation occur
Avas shrouded in mystery.
Japan is Great Britain's; sharpest
competitor in trade Avith the Far East, and the Japanese yen
since Japan abandoned the gold standard has Suffered even
..
greater depreciation than the pound sterling, j Be that as
ties appeared to be wholly

and were apparently indifferent to

against $339,647,000 Sept. 28, account for
of the bill and -it may, the collapse in the price of sterling pfoved a -very
disturbing and distressing event, not only in exchange-rate^
security holdings.
Gold reserves increased from $2,878,
646,000 Sept. 28 to $2,992,623,000 Oct. 26.
This" increase on London, but in foreign exchange generally, j Foreign bal¬
ances in London were again being sharply reduced, and, of
;!ri the gold holdings, concurrently Avith the contraction in
course, this served further to increase the difficulty,of main¬
Federal Reserve note circulation, brought with it an in¬
taining the British unit. At the same time, too,; irioney rates
crease in the ratio of total reserves to deposit arid Federal
in London continued to rule extremely low, and this remoAred
Reserve note liabilities combined of only from 60.8% Septi
the inducement for maintaining balances at the British cen¬
28 to 61.9% Oct. 26, but that was due to the fact that deposit

>$322,322,000

'

-

OF STERLING

changes during October Avas the collapse

"

30

31.1-

and $241,-

-

Saturday

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on July 30.
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broker borrowing by members of the
Exchange also recorded a contraction in such borrowing,
the amount for Oct. 31 being given as $342,702,199 against

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member banks, these brokers'
$352,000,000 Oct. 26 against $425,090,000

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loans were down to

Sunday

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10

as

nearly the whole of the decrease dn the total

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ran

during the four weeks from $2,353,142,000

up

owing entirely to the circumstance that
member bank reserve deposits increased from $2,268,521,000
Sept. 28 to $2,411,946,000 Oct. 26.
This addition to the mem¬
$2,469,993,000,

ber bank

reserve

account in

turn appears

to have been due

'

largely to the taking out of

new

National bank circulation

by means of which the member banks
to

their

reserve

with

the

Federal

were

Reserve

enabled to add
institutions

or

';to reduce their indebtedness to the Federal Reserve banks.
The 12

Federal

Reserve

institutions further reduced the

i amount of United States Gcwernment securities held

-

as

part

collateral for Federal Reserve notes from $503,800,000 Sept.
28 to $451,200,000 Oct. 26.
Acceptances held for account of

foreign

central




banks

recorded

a

further

decrease

from

ter and increased the AVithdraAvals.

Call

money'against bills

plentiful at the end of the month at % to % %;
months' bills AA^ere 11/16%; three month^' bills % to

in London Was
tAvo

13/16%; four months' bills % to 15/16%, and six months'
bills 1 1/16 to 1%%.
The Bank of England showed only
Very small changes in its gold holdings during the month.
The return for the week ending Oct. 5 recorded a gain of
£3,458 in gold; for the week ending Oct. 12 there was a loss
of £4,765; for the Aveek ending Oct. 19 a gain of £19,974;
for the week ending Oct. 26 a gain of £24,906, and for the
AAreek ending Nov. 2 a further

gain of £19,000.

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appeared at the close of September, wrlien the figures
Avere officially compiled, that Great Britain's huge war loan
conversion scheme had proved very successful.1
Out of
It

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£2,085,000,000 5% bonds outstanding on June 30, approxiinately £1,920,000,000 were converted into the new 3%%
issue, leaving about £105,000,000, or 8%, to be redeemed in
on Dec.
1.
Having completed this operation, Neville
Chamberlain undertook new refunding operations, and on

cash

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the Bank of England announced an

Oct. 11

4 was

conversion

a

inducement

;000,000
.

„

issue of £150,-

within an hour
of the opening the British Government had received all the
cash applications it deemed necessary to meet the new issue.
Although cash applications were invited, the issue really
000,000 of 2% Treasury bonds at par, and

Dec.

1.

to

convert

The

were

because special terms as an
offered to holders of £140,-

Treasury bonds due for repayment on
bonds are to be repaid at the latest on

4%%

of
;

operation,

new

option of repay¬
ing at any time after April 15 ♦1935. Holders of the 4% %
bonds were given not only a preferential allotment, but those
exchanging their holdings for a like amount of the new
April 15 1938, but the Government has the

bonds received cash payment

at the rate of 10 shillings per

issue at 99%.
Tliey also are to receive four months' interest due on the old
bonds.
It was pointed out in the daily press that while the
yield to cash applicants would be 2%, the yield to holders
vof 4%% bonds would average about £2 Is. 9d. per cent.
After the large gold shipments from Great Britain to
the United States the previous month, relatively little fur¬
ther gold came to this country during October.
The New
i, York
Federal Reserve Bank reports the arrival for the
month at $1,250,000, and summarizes the entire gold move; ment to and from the United States during October as
.

cent., and thus, in effect, obtained the new

follows:

i

"The monetary gold
increase

to

in

stock of the United States continued
of about $70,000,000 being

October, a total

added during the

month.

As shown in the following dia¬

there has been a rise in the gold stock of about

gram,

$355,-

000,000 from the low point of mid-June, representing a re¬
covery of approximately two-thirds of the preceding loss
since the beginning of the year.
Releases from earmarked

released
of this gain,

holdings for foreign central banks, exclusive of gold

have accounted for $230,000,000

for

export,

and

imports of gold for most of the balance.

of these releases

being paid out in the New York money mar¬

Imports of gold at the Port of New York totaled about

ket.

days afterwards, when exchange rates quickly re¬
the normal.
Cable transfers on Paris on that

several
turned

to

occasion

rose

3.93 13/16c. Oct. 8, but

from 3.91 %c. Oct. 4 to

by Oct. 13, on the assurances contained in the disclaimers,
were
back to 3.92c.
The Swiss franc on cable transfers

19.27%.e. Oct. 4 to 19.42c. Oct. 8, but went
Cable transfers on Holland moved

advanced from

back to 19.2914c. Oct. 13.

from 40.16c. Oct. 4 to 40.38 %c. Oct. 8, but were back to
Oct. 13.
The Danish crown on cable transfers ad¬

up

40.18c.

17.S9%c. Oct. 4 to 18.00c. Oct. 8, but on Oct. 14
as
17.83 y2c\
The Swedish crown for cable
transfers rose from 17.72c. Oct. 4 to 17.79c. Oct. 8, but Oct. 13
was as low as 17.67 %c.
Even the rate for sterling moved
vanced from

low

as

was

was

being, though sterling ex¬

higher, for the time

somewhat

then had been inclined to weakness, and it
Oct. 8 that cable transfers on London reached the

change

even

on

high point of the month at 3.46 1/16, to which reference was
made im our discussion above of the sterling exchange
market.

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.

This, however, constituted one of the minor incidents of
the month, though one which for the time being had a wide
bearing, and was not of the disturbing

character which the

collapse in the pound sterling occasioned during the latter
half of the month.
On Saturday, Oct. 22, the French franc
cable transfers,

on

result of the break in the pound

as a

sterling, bounded up to 3.94%, and

threatened to go to the

point where gold could again be exported from New York for
French account. At this juncture the Bank of France entered
the market as a seller

The strength of the franc

of francs.

against dollars was a direct result of the drop in sterling
and of the movement of French and other Continental funds
out of London to

It

Paris.

reported that there was a

was

scarcity of francs in London, with the result that the French
banks sold sterling against dollars, and used dollar exchange
to buy

In consequence of this situation the Bank of
dollars and the franc rate

francs.

absorbed the offering of

France
was

swift to respond by

the

range

Oil Oct. 31

again turning downward.

3.92%@3.92%
The Bank of France, in its

for cable transfers on Paris was

against 3.91% @3.91% Oct. 1.
statement for the week ending Oct. 7, reported a decrease

gold holdings of 36,980,722 francs, but in the week ending
14 there was an increase in gold of 6,910,069 francs;

in

"During October, gold released from earmark by foreign
central banks amounted to some $46,000,000, the proceeds

15

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Oct.

followed

francs,

still

by

francs in the week

a further increase of 25,478,515
another increase of 233,000,000

28,

the week ending Oct.

in

ending Oct. 28.

$10,500,000, of Which $6,000,000 came from India, $2,000,000
from Holland, $1,250,000 from England, and $800,000 from
Mexico.
At San Francisco, $3,600,000 was imported from

figures on the French rentes

China, $3,350,000 from Japan, and $580,000 from Australia.

called

Exports continued to be negligible."
Uanadian exchange in this market remained at a discount

volved.

The French Finance Minister,

Minister,

'y

in giving the final official

conversion to the Council of

Oct. 4, declared the Government would be
to disburse only 1.85% of the total sum in¬
of a total of 85,000,000,000 francs in 5, 6 and

on

upon

Out

throughout October, and this discount, after lessening very

7% rentes, 81,000,000,000 francs had been ordered converted
into the new issue at 4%%.
Requests for reimbursement

decidedly, increased again in the closing days of the month.

reached

At

discount

was

a

7%, then it rapidly increased again, and on Oct. 31

down to

it

October the Canadian dollar was at a
little above 9%.
By Oct. 22 this discount was

the beginning of

OTHER

FOREIGN

Rates of exchange on the Continental

EXCHANGES.

centers of Europe

during the last half of October were nearly all under the
influence of the collapse in the pound sterling.
The wild

but new capital was

% issue in the amount of 2,935.000,000

needed to reimburse former

1,585,000,000 francs.

holders

There
AND

total of 4,520,000,000 francs,

francs, which left the net sum

9%@9%%.

CONTINENTAL

THE

a

subscribed to the 4%

were

several changes during

October in the discount

European central banks, all in a downward direc¬
On Oct. 11 the National Bank of Denmark reduced

rates of

tion.

4% to 3%%, effective the following day.
On
Bank of Hungary lowered its rate

its rate from
Oct.

18

National

the

On Oct. 20 the Bank of Poland reduced
7%% to 6%, and on Oct. 21 the Bank of Spain
reduced from 6%%'to 6%.
On Oct. 7 the South African
Reserve Bank marked its rate down from 6% to 5%.
German marks were in no way affected by the main cur¬

from

5% to 4%%.

break in

its rate from

completely disorganized the relationship between currencies.
The dollar bore the brunt of the movement, as the flow of
funds from London to the Continent was largely affected

this

sterling, and the shifting of funds out of London
as a result, together with a shortage in exchange on different
centers with which to effect transfers in an orderly manner,

by

way

of New York because of the greater amount of dollar
available in the sterling-dollar markets. -There

exchange
was

such

a

scarcity of francs that the Bank of France was

franc market by selling
francs and buying foreign currencies, principally dollars.
The need for such action by the Bank of France, it is be¬
several times obliged to widen the

lieved, ceased after Monday, Oct. 24.
Early in the month there was also a common influence
affecting nearly all the leading foreign exchanges, though
of

a

wholly different nature and

with

a

different effect.

in one of his campaign speeches, in an
endeavor to set out what good had resulted from his policies
and his Administration, adverted in particular to the large
President Hoover,

withdrawal of gold from the

United States by foreign coun¬

tries, and then was led into making the following statement:
"These drains had at one moment reduced the amount of
gold

we

could spare for current payments to a point where
Treasury informed me that unless lie

the Secretary of the

effect a remedy, we could not hold to the gold
of inability to meet
demand of foreigners and our own citizens for gold."
The

could put into

standard but two weeks longer, because
the

rents

influencing the other foreign exchanges inasmuch- as
and all fiscal and foreign trade operations-are

unit

under the strict control of the

German marks
in

Reichsbank.

This

that
swing

means

not affected by the downward

The German unit is believed to be virtually
The Reichsbank pays little or no

sterling.

anchored to

were

the dollar.

heed to the movements

of either sterling or the Continental

exchanges. It advances or lowers its rates on Paris; Amster¬
dam or Zurich, as occasion demands.: The practical effect
policy is to tie the mark to the dollar.
Nominal
nevertheless, moved somewhat lower the
last few davs of the month, the range for cable transfers

of

this

rates for marks,

Oct. 31 being 23.75@23.76 against 23.78@23.80 Oct. 1.
The
Bank of Germany showed.slight changes in its gold holdings

during October. It reported an increase of 29,000 marks the
first quarter of the month, an increase of 436,000 marks
the Second quarter, an increase of 1,000 marks the third
quarter, with 20,509.000 marks further increase in the-final
quarter of the month.
Note circulation the first quarter
decreased 136,244.000 marks, the second quarter 99.320,000
marks, and the third quarter 105.021.000 marks, with 206-,
072,000 marks increase in the final quarter. " \ * Hs'
Italian exchange held very steady through all the wide
of the other exchanges, and the lira on

picture was decidedly overdrawn, but the President's state¬

fluctuations in

promptly found its way to Europe and exercised a
highly disturbing effect upon all the leading foreign ex¬
changes.
These exchanges immediately moved against the
United States, the hasty deduction being made that if the
gold standard was so seriously menaced on the occasion

cable transfers to Rome was

ment

which the President had in mind
which he did not

(and the precise date of

mention), it could not be entirely free of

premise and the conclusion
alike being faulty.
The disclaimers of any such critical
situation by those familiar with the facts did not come until
menace

at the present time—the




some

quoted at 5.11%@5.12 Oct. 31
Oct. 1.
Some friction which had
developed between Germany and,Italy was settled oh Oct. 17,
according to Associated Press accounts from Rome, which
as

against 5.12%@5.13

stated

that

an

on

agreement had

l>een reached

between the two countries to abolish

against

German

on

"defensive"

that

day

measures

exchange restrictions as set up by Italy
The restrictions, it was stated, were in

three weeks before.

the form of

credits

in

a

clearing house to assemble Italian

Germany and

use

money

and

them to pay Italian bills for

MONTHLY

16
German

•

export.

thought Italians would
"frozen" deposits out of Germany. The
reached was expected to end a great deal
In this way it was

get some of their

agreement now

which had arisen.

of ill feeling

,

In the exchanges on

■

a

severe

the countries neutral during the war

Scandinavian currencies by the

blow was dealt the

collapse in sterling.
All these Scandinavian currencies suf¬
fered sharp declines the last half of the month, and they
almost invariably move in accord with the course of sterling,
they are practically anchored to sterling, with which they
economically allied.
The Danish crown on cable trans¬

as

are

18.00 for the month on
time of the disturbing
incident growing out of President Hoover's statement regard¬
ing the American gold standard, sold down on Oct. 27 to
17.10@ 17.15, with the range Oct. 3117.12@17.15. The Swed¬
fers, which reached a high figure of
Oct. 8, as already mentioned, at the

ish

crown

on

cable transfers declined from 17.79 Oct.

8 to

17.05@17.31 Oct. 26, with the range Oct. 31 17.20@17.22.
The Norwegian crown fell from 17.47 for cable transfers on
Oct. 8 to 16.73% @16.78 Oct. 27, with the range Oct. 31
16.76% @16.80.

Swiss exchange, as also Dutch exchange,

pretty firm through the month, influenced by the move¬
ment of Swiss and Dutch money out of the London market,

held

the collapse
sterling had reached its extreme for the month—some
ease developed in the case of both units.
Swiss francs on
cable transfers were at the high figure for the month on
Oct. 8, at 19.42, but Oct. 29 sold down to 19.27, with the
close Oct. 31 at 19.27% @19.28.
The Dutch guilder was also
at its highest for the month at 40.38% on the memorable
Oct. 8, but got as low as 40.19%@40.21 on Oct. 31, which
compares with 40.15% @40.17 on Oct. 1.
Spanish pesetas
continued firm, and that currency was not affected in any
degree by the movements of sterling or of the Continental
exchanges.
On Oct. 31 cable transfers on Spain were quoted
at 8.19@8.20 as against 8.17@8.18 Oct. 1.
Influx of foreign
capital to Spain was discouraged in a financial editorial
appearing in "El Sol," whose views usually coincide (it was
stated in Madrid dispatches Oct. 19) with those of the Gov¬
ernment.
The newspaper asserted that Spain did not need
foreign capital, but the mobilization of national capital,
though in the last few days of the month—after
in

"which is abundant."

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had dropped to a

soon

on

support from the pound sterling,

gaining from the depreciation in the yen.

was

banking interests were also thought to favor low yen rates
to overcome to some extent the more favorable position now
offered

by India to Great Britain since the conclusion of
lifting of the boycott against

the Ottawa conference and the

of

improvement.

According

to

a

cablegram,

2, from Buenos Aires to the New York "Times," Finance
Minister Hueyo won a decisive victory over the inflationists

unfavorable effect exerted
of the

session,

and

League of Nations on Japan's case in Manchuria,

depressing influence was thought to have been the
possibility of the bringing out of a large internal bond issue
another

of covering a heavy deficit in the Japanese

with the purpose

The Chinese units moved down somewhat during
October on account of the continued low price for silver,

budget.

though there was some recovery in the metal in the closing
The tael on Shanghai for Checks was
31 against 30.09@30% Oct. 1; and the

days of the month.

29.46@29.85

Oct.

Hongkong dollar was quoted at 22.43@22.85 Oct. 31 against
Silver prices in London fluctuated some¬

23.14@23% Oct. 1.
what

irregularly during October, but with the London price

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refrain from participation in foreign ex¬
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further depreciation in the Japanese yen, checks on Yoko¬
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ciation influenced the British authorities in ■ withdrawing
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countries continued
under the strict control of government exchange boards,
but both Argentine exchange and Brazilian exchange were
firmer, the Argentine peso on cable transfers being quoted
at 25.75@25.80 on Oct. 31 against 25.25@25.80 on Oct. 1,
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Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf

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N

B B 8

B B B B

Tf Tf Tf
Tf Tf Tf

=xxx=x

N*

00

co* co eo' co'

co co

=x

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debt, it was
The Peruvian

X

tT C5 00

CO CO CO N N N

Tf Tf CO Tf CO CO

CO CO CO

Tf Tf

XXXX

Tf

CO <35 © 05 C5

Tf Tf Tf

co co co co coco

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b

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s
£ j!

m

H

b b

xxxx

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co co co co

A total of approxi¬

quoted at only 17.50@20.00 Oct. 31

on

co n in <n n in

^ ^ NJI

co* co

coco

foreign

stated, had been amortized thus far this
21.00

X

co co co co q

8 B B

CO

Brazilian

<3

XX

XX.

U5«0

the

b b b

Tf n}I Tfl T}< Tf Tf

$1,075,305 to London and New York
under the foreign debt funding plan and approximately
$461,332 to Rothschild of London for liquidation of a credit
granted to the Government of former President Washington
of

b b b

b b b

co
co co co co
8 b b b b b

Banco

Luis, which was overthrown in 1930.

b

Tf

remitted approximately

mately $11,651,000

b

XXX
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n
co co* Q co* co* co* q co co" co co co* co q co co co co co co c co

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exchange was due to the ending of the

Rio de Janeiro

co*

co co eo eo

b

b

co

revolutionary uprising in the State of Sao Paula.
from

co'

b

IQ

dollar above the official rate.

ment in Brazilian

in in n n n <n

co
n

b

b

decided lowering

bootleg exchange rates, though they still

centavos per

O) oo *0 eo co cd

Tf

regain for it both foreign and domestic confidence by a

a

XXX.

co co cd b-n. cTf co co co co co

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policy of restricted spending and gradual funding of the
floating debt." The Exchange Control Commission of Argen¬
tina continued its more liberal policy toward remittances,
of

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co

condition," he said, "and the Government aspires

issuing permits in

X «?X

b

sound

"Our peso has lost

gold.

X =

co eo co eo co if
Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf

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RATES OF EXCHANGE ON CONTINENTAL AND OTHER CENTRES.
For tables

Other Centres,

usually appearing here, showing daily rates of exchange for the month
see pages




65 and 69.

on

the Continental and

•
.

\VX'

York Stock
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE
Bond Sales.

OF

BOND

1932.

October

PRICES
1931.

Oct. 31

The tables

October

and

—

on

$352,097,950

2,301,996,050

—

2,487,255,900

18 to 40 furnish

pages

since Jan. 1.

range

a

October—_

no

Exchange.

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

extended Introduction,

are

at

a

but where this is the

—

378,984,664

—

489,304,333

the New York Stock Exchange during

on

as

1931.

47,896,533

they

self-explanatory.

are

The

tables

case

the month when the bonds mature.

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.

1932.

29,201,959

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

The black-faced letters in the column headed "Interest Period" indicate in each
In accordance with the rule

1932.

Shares

—

complete record of the transactions

They need

embrace every security dealt in on the

OCTOBER

Stock Sales.

$189,254,100

Jan. 1 1}o

DURING

The exceptions to the rule

income bonds and bonds

are

on

which

A few other bonds, like the Holland-American Line 6s, for special reasons, are also quoted
"flat,"
the

case

quotation "flat" will be found against the

name

of the issue.

This method of quoting bonds

became effective Jan. 2 1909.

For footnotes to tables see last page

Sales in

N.

$

P

BONDS

October.
Value.

of bonds and last

Y.

STOCK

EXCHANGE.

of stocks.

Price

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Jan. 2

li

1932.
Bid.

U S GOVERNMENT

page

Ask.

Oct. 1.
Bid.

Ask

Oct. 31.

Bid

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Ask

Sale Prices

First Liberty Loan—

1,535,000

"i"6o6

7o"o"666
27,000

.1*32-1947 j

First 3

Registered

1932-1947

Registered

Fourth 4 H
33,000
Registered..^..
1,349,000 Treasury 4 %s
2,000
Registered
2,338,000 Treasury 4s
20,000
Registered...
1,689,000 Treasury 3%s
-

4 1012632Oct.

18

94*ii Jan.

14 100i«32June

15 101i632Oct.

15

96s„ Feb.

24

102 93:

102»32 Oct.

25 1022432Oct.
29 102»32 Oct.

25

10124,2

"Sale"

1026,2 Oct.

1932-1947 j

1933-1938

--

....

991*uSale

i022Vga"sale
1012»32.

j
j

........

2,255,000

A

99"»»Sale

A
A

1021(itSale

1944-1954

j

—..

1032O32 saie

1031632 Sale

IO3832 Oct.

1081632 Sale

IO7632

1063132Oct.

99"i,Sale

1947-1952

103»32 Oct.

A

Sale

IO62632 Sale
99**uSale

1642632 Sale"

Sale

...

M

£

M

...1946-1954

1062632Oct.

95,0"iiSafe"

1021732 Sale

921(itSale

1662232 "sale" 1662232 Sale"

1

18
6

98**„Jan.

3
11

98»6,»Jan.

1032732Oct.

26 1042832Oct.
28 104

3

Oct.

28

102«32Oct.

25 1022032Oct.

7

100i 832 0ct.

13 1002632Oct.

18

Oct.

Treasury

D

j

102»632 Sale

D

............1951-1955 M S

9167666
3,63~l"666
100,000

103*1, Jan.

1940 43 i

d

i

V!

P

M

963032

Sale

961 *32 Sale

95«„Oct:"i8

9631320ct.

1

Registered

.....

1946-1949 j

D

j

Treasury 3 H«

94

Jan.

27
27

21
13
21

104

891*nJan.

1022*,2Sept.21

Oct.

28

87*°iiJan.

101 682 Aug.

13

100

28

Apr.

82*11 Jan.

July

9,8*3, June

92"it

93

93" Safe"

1662832 "sale" iof4,'s

88

Sale

986,2

Sale

t

fof 2*632 Oct" 18

Sale" l"662_2320c"t""i3 idi;,7bot:_f»

D

Registered

3

981732Aug. 11
962632Aug.
6
rlOl^Oct. 18
100i«32Sept. 10

881,! Jan.

101 632 Oct.

94,*„Mar.

l"6f"" "Safe" iof its "Sale" 1002432'Oct. 13

8

Treasury 3%s—....Mar 15 1941-1943

18

94

86"uSaie

d

'^L:

.

•

Sept. 20

99**i2Mar.

1002o32sept. 10
991B32Aug. 11

913°s2June
15

June

3H

Registered

102

1032<„Sept.
1032o32Sept.
1082832gept.
107i632Sept.
1042932Sept.

S

1943-1947 J
....

98*„ Jan.

8 1032«, jOct.
26 1031732Oct.

Registered

8177666

26 1012 6320ct

97**iiJan. 25 1022<3!Sept. 22
97*°i»Jan. 20 1028,2 Oct. 25
1008,, June 18 101 *3, June 28

28 108*73aOct.
31 1071032Oct.

104

IO4132

j

54M00 Treasury 3%s
Registered.
Treasury 3s

101**asOCt.
101i632Oct.

IOI1632 Sale

10l2«l2102«32 101832

j

...

First 4 Hs

Registered

1011232 Sale

95*11 Jan.

1932-1947 j

First Second 4%s...
Fourth Liberty Loan—

2.3ioT666

97**»iSale

j

Registered
First 4s

97313aSale"

97»°820ct.
9 7 2832 0ct.

988,2 Oct.

1

9728,2Oct.

17

28

34

27

13
17

87*4iiJan.

83

Jan.

98

95**»iApr.

Aug.

19

2

STATE AND CITY SECURITIES

(See Note below)
FOREIGN GOVT. & MUNICIPAL'S

25,000 Agrlc Mtge Bank s 16s...
1947 F
31,000
Sinking fund 6s A
Apr 15 1948 A
57,000 Akershus (Dept) extl 5s
1963 M
12,000 Antioquia (Dept of) Col 7a A.... 1945 J
24,000
External s f 7s ser B
1945
18.000

External

•

f 7s

ser

G

External

s

21
20 %

23%
38

42

50

69

25

11%
11%
11%

J

19%
33
13

.......1945

27,000
External s f 7s sei D
1945
8,000
Ext sees f 7s
1957
15,000
2d series trustr ects
1957
33,000
Extl sec s f 7s 3d series
1957
61.000 \ntwerp (City) extl loan 5a
1958
132,000 Argentine Govt public works 6s.l966
452.000 Argentina Notion (Govt) ■ f 6s..1959
225,000
Extl s I g 6s of Oct 1925
...1959
390.000
Sinking fund gold 6s ser A....1957
257.000
External 1st s f 6s ser B
1958
201,000
Extl s f 6s of May 1926
_1960
370.000

A
t
N

f 6s (State Ry)

12%
12
13
73
A

O

j
A
M

j

Extl s i 6s (Sanitary Works)...1961
134.000
Public Works ext s f g 6s..May 1961
340.000
Public Works ext s f 5%s
1962
37 000 Argentine (Rep) 5s of 1909
1945

88

d

51

Sale

O

49 %

S

49%

Sale
Sale

56%
56%
56%
56%
56%
56 %

50

M N

47

Sale
Sale

49 %
48

Sale

M N

50

Sale

F

44%

Sale

A

A

52

M S

J
2,128.000 Australia 5 of 1925
July 15 1955 J
External loan 5s of 1927—..—1957 M S
1,316,000
External g 4Hs of 1928.....—,1956 M N
1,301.000

235.000 Austrian Govt s f 7s
International s
202,000
f\7a

10%
10 %
56 %

d

F

\hh

1943

j

D

...1957

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J

50
49

Sale

42 %

Sale
43 %

42%
39;

35

42

49% Sale

1960 M S

239,000

40

Sale

82% Oct.
31 % Oct.

31

39

70

Sale

70

Oct.

3

74

9

11*
13
13
Sale

13%
11%

9% Oct.
9% Oct.
9% Oct.

Oct.

21

16% Jan.
15% Jan.

8
22

11% Oct.
li% Oct.

6

3

June

1/

4

3

June

18

4

24

11% Oct.
11% Oct.

4

3% June 1<
2% June 21

22

11

Oct.

7

4

31

10% Oct.

3
6

i*

June

15

Jan.

6

15

Jan.

6

13% Aug. 30
July
6 14% Jan. 18
June lb
15
Sept. 8
June 2b *90% Sept. 10
1

10

Oct.

19

11

Oct.

a80

Oct.

26

88

Oct.

1

46

Oct.

22

59

Oct.

4

34% June 2b

66

Sale

Sale

47

Oct.

25

59% Oct.

5

35

67% Mar. 12

Sale

Sale

47% Oct.

25

59

Oct.

4

34% June 28
34% June 3(

67
68

June 28

67

June 21

67
68

57

Sale

47

Oct.

25

59

Oct.

5

Sale

Sale

47

Oct.

25

Sale
Sale

47% Oct.
a47% Oct.
47% Oct.

22

Sale

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

Sale

58%
59%
59%
58%

Oct.

13
4

Sale

25
22

57

Sale

46

Oct.

22

Sale

Sale

43% Oct.

25

Sale

59

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Oct.

26

74% Oct.
74% Oct.

25

«57

25

Sale

Sale

Oct.

25

Sale

Sale

90% Oct.

Sale

92

Sale

Sept. 16
Sept. 16

74

10

Sale

46

Oct.

27
27

48

Oct.

11

100

Oct.

11

95% Oct.

31

49

Sale

83

323.000

External

s

80

330,000

External

s

920,000

Stabilisation loan 7s..

68

49%

Sale

101

Sale

Sale

QQ

Sale

Sale

d

92 %

Sale

105K 106

1956 MN

92%

Sale

105

j

31

41

83

Sale

f 6s..........—...1955 j
f 7s..........—....1955 j

Oct.

41

Sale

27 i

«

Sale

27

4

Jan.

21

57

74.000 Bavaria (Free State) extl 6 Ha
1945 F A
228.000 Belgium 25 year external 6hs...1949 M S

r Cash sale;

9%

10%

28

22

22% May 31
8
49% Jan.

7

Oct.

Sale

Sale

56M
51 %
58%
85%
85%
78%

Sale

Oct.

9% Oct.
9

ir

Oct.
Oct.
>

Sale

57

52%
59%
86%
86%
79%
94%
51%
52%
101%
99%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5
5
5

i64

34%
34%
34%
34%
34%

June 28

June 27
June 2b
June 27

3

30% June 28
41
July 10
1
46% Feb.
1
46% Feb.

3

41

11
3

21

Feb.

1

62% May 31
20
May 26

Mar. 11

Mar. 11
Mar. 11
Mar. 11
Mar. 11
Mar. 12

67% Mar. 12
67
Mar. 11

59% Mar. 11
67

Mar. 12

88% Sept. 30
89% Sept. 30
82% Sept. 29
98 *

Mar. 24

13

22

18
3

83

55
Mar. 29
June 14
52% Oct. 17
Jan.
2 102
Sept. 24

80

Jan.

1

23 100

Sept. 22

Sale

103

Oct.

27 106

Oct.

3

91% Jan.

4 al06%Sept.24

Sale

al02

Oct.

26 105% Oct.

3

91% Jan.

4 100% Sept. 16

Deferred delivery,

NOTE.—State and City Securities.—Sales of State and City securities occur very rarely on the New York Stook Exchange and usually only at long Intervals,
deallngB In suoh securities being almost entirely at private sale over the counter.
The Stook Exchange record hence Is Imperfect and misleading, and accordingly we omit
t here.

Bid and Asked

quotations, however, by active dealers in these securities will be found




on a

subsequent page under the general head of "U. S. & Municipal Bonds."

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

18
Sales in

y. stock

n.

Value.

10,000

187,000

39,000
112,000

175,000
75,000
78,000
112,000

exchange.

107,000
33,000
External a f 6s series C-3
1960
25,000
227,000 Buenoa Aires (Prov) ref. ext'lsft* 1961
External a f 6)6■
——106!
200,000
45,000 Bulgaria (Kingdom of a f g 7a... 1967
Stab loan 8 f g 7%8~.—Nov 15 1968
31.000

f 6a

Sale

17 3*

15

7
Sale

Sale

6s

Ry ref extl s f g 6s_.
f 6s Int ctfs

104

Sale

Sale

21

Sale

Sale

18

Salo

17%

Salo

18

Sale

16%
56%
6636

Sale

Sale

15

Sale

55

Sale

41

73

Sale

37

Sale

73

Salo

39

Sale

81

17%
39%

Sale

28

35%

1836

50

4736 Sale

40

.

214 .000

38 ,000
14

,

H)0

19 ,000

31

Oct.

5

2

May 24
May 25
May 17

Oct.

13 10436 Oct.
13
2336 Oct.

29

Oct.
Oct.

11

1936 Oct.

Oct.

11

20

1

28

June

11

Oct.

1

«21

33% Oct.
2136 Oct.
2736 Oct.

4

21

Aug.
Aug.

5
5

37

Mar. 11

10

10

June

8

34

Jan.

12

11

14% May

6

41% Jan.

8

June

9

22

26
19

Oct,

Oct.

99%
7736

Sale

77 36

80

78

1336
33%
29%

15

10

Sale

10

Oct.

1

59%

Sale

m

12

57

Sale

Sale

46

29%

Sale

52%

Sale

Sale

57

Sale

20

10

Sale

13
13

Sale

25

Sale

D
D
O
N

1336
12%

Sale
Sale

S

11

12

D
S
8

6

7

27

46

Oct.

27

61 % Oct.
Oct.
54
Oct.
54

52

Oct.

20

58

o7 %

Oct.

31

10

Oct.

3

7%
736
736
736
736
7 36
8%

Oct.

28

31

9% Oct.
936 Oct.

3

Oct.

Oct,

31

9% Oct.

13

:9

9%
Sale

14

80

87

llH

42

Sale

39%

Sale
Salo

Sale

Oct.

11

Oct.

31

Oct.

Sale

9

Oct.

4

16

June 22

Jan.

18

10

Oct.

7

3

8

Oct.

8

2% June 10

12

Oct.

13

16

Oct.

25

7

23

Oct.

25

18

63

June 23

Oct.

18

14

16

May 19

Sept.

7

Oct.

1

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

1
6
28
30
9
26
24

Sale

Sale

25%

28

62

90

86

Oct.

26

43%

4036 Oct.

21

Sale

21

Oct.

27

2736 Oct.

2636

25

Sale

25

Oct.

31

30

Oct.

5

7336

Sale

7236 Oct.

31

7936 Oct.

4

69

Sale

69

31

7636 Oct.

7

46

12%
21%

1636
Sale

15

31

MN

26

89%

92
79

Sale

70

78

Sale

78

Sale

3736

Sale

4136

Sale

72
40

1236 Sale

15

9936

a

Sale

12

5

7

14

6

J
S
S

3

Oct.

19

78% Oct.

20

66

29

43

Oct.

20

33

Feb.

Sale

9% Oct.
98% Oct.

Sale

98

Sale

Oct.

«91% Oct.
89% Oct.
73% Oct.

55

Sale
Sale

92

Oct.

82

12%
1410036
15 10036
271 96
26! 92%
29

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

1

29
6

17
5

28

79% Oct.

3

Oct.

31

28

20

54

Oct.

20

9236 Oct.
80
Oct.
55
Oct.

47

Oct.

4

54

Oct.

25

83

4436 ~47~'I
4536
49361 42
63%
53 3
99
10036 100%
Sale
100% Sale
|
98
I 99%
' 99% Sale |

60

Sale

50

1967 J

J

30

39%

53%

4236
4236

4936

71

50

74

Certificates of deposit

1945 M S
8

1956 M S
1958 F A
1954 A O

42
42

50

1954 A O

42

45

63

1953 M N
272,000 French Republic 20-yr extl 7%«._194l J d
D
External « f 7s of 1924
1949 J
160,000

19

25

102,000 Frankfort (City of) • f 636*

60

11
4

50

72

6736

Oct.

98%
98%
98%
9736

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Sale
64%
66

111% Sale
112% Sale

38% Sale
12036 Sale
115% Sale

i

60

Oct.

45

Oct.

7036 Sale

70

4

25

100% Oct.
7 100
Oct.
1
60
Oct.

29

75%
74% June

20

75

10

26
21
21

I

17

67% Oct.
61% Oct.

66%

Sale

68

54

Oct.

72% Oct.
7436 Oct.

20

71

Oct.

4

13

Sale

63

Oct.

68

Oct.

60

65

62

Oct.

67

61

Sale

66

1 33

34

Sale
121
115% Sale

7

Oct.

7

66% Oct.

6

39

Oct.

3

122

Oct.

17

116% Oct.

60% Oct.
32% Oct.
all936 Oct.
115% Oct.

19

17

i 28%
I

J une

17

German

Prov

&

1965

29

Sale

52% Sale

1949

Communal

6136

Sale

71

F

Registered

4% fund £ op I960 (J5=£l)

19

9136

2136

4236 Sale

30

v

22

18 %

Sale

19,000

10,000
25,000
40,000
18,000
793,000
33,000
42,000
206,000
407,000

847,000
99,000

s

1944 F

f 736s

(Kingdom) external

Italian Cred Consortium 7s

External

sec s

ser

"Cash

Oct.

1

Oct.

3

49% Oct.
106% Oct.

18

44

72%
66

19

14

21
3
17

26
24
11

22
16

2
12

54

Oct.

25

70

Oct.

26

June

1

100% Oct.

21

1 101

Oct.

21

Oct.

29

Feb.

2 100%
8 100

Oct.

20

Jan.

4

65
Aug. 23
May 24
5 r60
40
Sept.
2
Aug.
9
54% Sept. 9
32% Feb.
20

41

May 26

42

June

2

40% Jan.
35% Jan.
40% June
40
May
14% June
110% Jan.
al08%Jan.

28
2

6

73% Sept. 27
74% Sept. 27
73
Sept. 28
68
Sept. 30
67

Oct.

7

6
66% Oct.
Sept. 8
22 124
Sept. 3
25 118
Apr. 22

31

14

24
June
a41% June

2
2

39

54
Oct.
7336 Oct.

3
17

70

Oct.

28% Oct.

4

12

Oct.

28

52

1

74

Oct.

Sale

39

Oct.

42

Sale

42

Oct.

2236
2136 Sale

60
16

80

6236

6036 Oct.

45% Oct.
29
4*% Oct.
25^68% Oct.

19

1636 Oct.

27

20

10

2136 Oct.

1

13

35

Oct.

1

15

16%

20

15

21

34

21

30

21

35

11

30

Oct.

42

.4536

3836

39 M

26% Oct.
2536 Oct.
37% Oct.

78

,wv-

25

42

Oct.

5

80

75

Oct.

29

81

Oct.

18

96

A

D

Sale

97

Sale

95

Oct.

25

7

9536
Sale

95%

3

98% Oct.
98% Oct.

1947 M

8
J

89

Sale

86

A

64

Sale

61

Sale

55%

Sale

49% Sale

49% Oct.

28

18

Sale

18

31

28

49

4636
4336

Sale

42% Oct.

1954 F

1957 A

O

32

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A

22%

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5
4

Sale

Oct

1

Oct.

35

J

99%
99%
10

3
e

45

30
42%
Sale
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49

46

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87

104

104
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81

Apr.
June
June

Sale

65

35
55

June

17

</23

59

43

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

104% 103% Oct.
103% Oct.
Sale
9
Oct.
10

5

90

Oct.
Oct.

64

Oct.

1

25

94

11

25
25

19

5

55% Oct.

1

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

27

80

45%

24
4
.

44%
a68%

25%
25
441

Oct.

18

98% Oct.
Jan.
94
Oct.
90
Oct.
84
Jan.

12
5
5
21

73% Jan.

22

100

43% Mar.
31
46% Oct.
16% June
1
50
Apr.
32
July 13
98% Jan. 13 105% Oct.
98% Jan. 13 rl05%May
18% Jan.
7- June
2
18

7

5

48

1,6% May
20
May
34
Jan.
10% June
9% June
17
May
14% May
al8% May
a69
Feb.
81
June
80% June
70 36 -Tan.
55
June
52% May
43% June

13

4636
45%
14 105%
14 104%
28
12%
10

19

Oct.
3
Mar. 15

18
July 22
July
1
June 28
Aug. 19
Jan.
8
Jan. 14
Oct. 28
Oct.
1
Oct.
1
Oct.
5
Sept. 8
Mar. 7
Sept. 3
Aug. 18
Jan. 18

104%
o77%
a77%
99%
6336

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24

79%
40%

20

60

106% Oct.

Jan.

Oct.

Sale
Sale

J

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37

Sale

O

44

14
May
28% Jan.
a89% Jan.
100
Apr.

«36% Oct.

95

35

9536 Oct.
9636
9136 «88!6 Oct.
Sale
8436 Oct.

.1952 J

5

*a71 % Oct. 26 a *7536 Oct. 13
5
*c66
Oct. 28 *6836 Oct.
5
96
Oct.
9436 Oct.

74

Secured




«105

43%
44 %

1965 MN

sale

*71

O

12,000 Low Austria (Prov) sec s f g 7368.1950 J D
87,000 Lyons (City of) 15-year 6s—
1934 MN
109,000 Marseilles (City) 15-year 6s
1934 M N
42.-000] Medellia (Colombia) 636s
...1954 J- D
Mexican Irrlg Assenting s f 436s.1943
r

Sale

10

9536
92%

536*
Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bank)—
s

10536

O

Extl sinking fund

52,000 Leipzig (City) external

21

8

f 7s series B

f g 7s

3736 Oct.
48
Oct.

48

A 1937 M

Italian Public Utility s f g 7s
Japanese Gov extl s f 6368

s

38% Sale
-----

Sale"

1960 MN

f 7s. 1951 J

s

3

17

6836 *6536
98%

36%

Hungarian Land Mtge 736s A
1961 M N
S f 736« series B
.......1961 M N
Irish Free State external 5s

Sale

*

J

1945
..Sept 1 1946

Hungary (King of)

Oct.

7336 Oct.

2536

1950
1960

f 736*
Helsingfors (City) ext 636s
Hungarian Mun Loan 736s

Italy

54

10

Sale

1946
a

alOo

-----

A

1952

Hamburg (State) 6a

External sf 7s

25

«27

1968 F

73,000
Sinking fund secured 6s
32,000 Haiti (Rep. of) Cust a f 6a..

,51

a*7536 Sale

1900

5% War Loan £ op 1929 (»5=£1)1947 j"d
10,000 Greater Prague (City) 736*
1952 M N
1964 MN
24,000 Greek Govt s f sec 7s.

Heidelberg (City) extl

49% Oct.
67% Oct.

A

24,000

130,000
16,000
46,000
44,000

Sale
Sale

49%
68%

Oct.

Bka—

(Cons Agric Loan) 6368 8er A.. 1958 J O
323,000
25,000 Grax (Municipality) 8s_.___.
1954 MN
2,694,000 Grt Brit 8c Ire., 20-year 536*
1937 F A

mCooo

Sale

82

82% Aug; 27
48
Sept. 21

June

24%

! 7936

German Gov't Internstioaaf-r

4.169,000
35-year 536* of 1930
1,393,000 German Republic extl 7a

2736 Oct. 24
Apr.
1
92% Sept. 12
96

Jan.
17
3% May 23
6 101% Sept.
67% June
June 10 100% Mar.
70
Oct.
2
96
a65% June
June 23
95
59
Sept.
3
81% Sept.
47% June
57
May 31
92% Oct.
Sept.
.75% Oct. 28 86
36 % June 20
55% Feb.
7
52
Sept.
39 36 June
1 30
51
Jan. 28
Sept.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

54
10' 70
3 100%
10 101

Oct.

72

52

Oct.

47

'

47

74
Sale

69

Sale

I

59%

63

45

3536

65

60

60
50

51

83

3

75% Oct.

1

4936,

J

MN

6

6

28

53

J

88
85
92
80

78% Jan.

Oct-

Sale

84%
78%
81%
48%;

7 r45

Oct.

5336
98 36
98%
96%
96%

Sale
Sale

Aug.

9

Mar. 11

24 % June
27
Oct.

2736 Oct. 31
2736 Oct. 24
6
9036 Oct.

31

Oct.
Oct.

88% Oct.

Sale

42

45

30
87

1950 M

3

Jan.

Oct.

I

O

M

Feb.

Oct.

Sale

40

17

78

84

::::: "49%

3236 Oct.

20

75

74%

54

Jan.

28

40

93

52

4
8% Aug.
12% Aug. 10

89

7736

7936

'52" "64%

21

29

Sale

92 36
90

87

Oct.

% Oct.

27

-----

92

Sale
67
Sale

2

16
21

June 24
4
Jan.
June 28

79

Sale

June

13
20

2736 Oct.

Sale
90%

76

MN

M

100

100

Sale

95

85% Sale

9%

Salo

100

Oct.

4'

4

Oct.

30

32

25

Sale

90

60

Mar.

12% Oct.

2736 S ilo

J

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77 %
74

85
88

.

28

20%

Sale

20

20

23

A

9

Oct.

A

O

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D

62%
21%

15% Jan. 18
14% Mar. 3
14% Jan. 16

5

F

31

18

4
13% May
5
13% May
18% Mar. 23
18
Apr. 25
7
19
Apr.
55% Feb. 11

3036
80
7636
14
Sale
15%
2336
2736
30

4

18

Jan.

15

8

6

M N

A

13

Mar.

14% Jan.

Sale

J

62%
5736
5736

Jan.

15

18

1

72

2

25

4

5

J

Oct.

Jan.

Oct.

Sale

58
19

Jan.

30

12%

1

May 17

3

Jan.

3936 Oct.

86

Oct.

7

17

J

54

14

25

A

1

20

June

3036 Oct.
2536 Oct.

D

Oct.

8% June

Sale

A

54

4

4

21%

78%
70%

20

24

33

23

16

25

24

30

Sale

Oct.* 19
Mar. 11

1936 Jan.
61% Oct.

Oct.

Sale

30%

21

6

26

18%

2 100%
90

31.

15

Oct.

3936

O

17

7%

39

O

1

Sept.

Sale

11

A

Mar. 11

1236 Oct.
936 Oct.

1

13

27

A

W*

92% Oct.
10 102% Oct.

3% June 13
■'i 4 '■'{■■ May 271
3% June 16
3% June 18

Oct.

58% Mar. 11
Oct. 22
53
Mar.
5
55

22

4% June 14
3% May 26
3
May 31

Oct.

10

18

Oct.

1036 Oct.

Sale

9%

23

10

Feb.

May
5% June
c25% May
21% May
a2136 May

Oct.

Oct.

536*

External 6 36s Ser B

27

Oct.

31

75
28

20

.

45,000 Finland (Rep of) external 6s
External sinking fund 7a
164,000
External sinking fund 636s
84,000
Extl sinking fund 536*
102,000
41,000 Finnish mun loan 636* A

Oct.

46

Sale

F

1942
1940
1940
Dresden (City) extl s f 7s
1945
Dutch East Ind 25-yr extl 61
1947
40-yr external sink fd gold 6s .1962
30-yr external gold 536s..Mar 1953
30-yr external gold 536s..Nov 1953
El Salvador (Rep) 1st a f 8a A
1948

Jan.

61

3236

J

536s of 1926
2d series sinking fund ihi

86

4

Sale

1945 J

sec

19

Oct.

39

external gold 6a
1942 J
External g 5^8
......1955

Denmark 20-yr

Oct.
Oct.

13

Sale
Sale
2136

66

J

1953

536s...June 30

Sale

7%
1136

71
87

Jan.

15

24%
25%
2036

J

1949

f 536 s

7%
736
7%
936
12%
8%
9%
4%

11%
1036

9

17

Oct.

29 1023i
29 10036
80
10

a54

736 Sale

Sale

8

8

8836 Oct.
43% Oct.

|94«> F

..

Sale

9

4

Sale

46%
5236 Sale
836 Sale
736 Sale
736 Sale

10%

8%
1236

Oct.

Sale

Sale

9

14 %
Sale

Sale

7l
22

92% Oct.

3

75

Sale

Oct.

16

24

8636 Oct.
99% Oct.
99% Oct.
76% Oct.

Sale

8

33

Sale

Salo

31

4

Sept.

4736 Oct.

J J
A O
M N
F A
J
A O
M S

•

m

4

Oct.

30

27

12

36
9%
9%
9%

4

May 31
Aug.
6
July
5

25

Sale

9

Jan.

29

1236
88%
99%
99«

13

37

171

3
5

Oct,

Oct.

Oct.

16%

Sale

4

Oct.

Oct.

56%
76%
78%
85%

41

15%
86%

12

2

<z2536 Oct.

15

a52

Feb.

53

10

38%

32

29

2536

Sale

4'

25

4

80

Oct.

Oct.

11

Sale

12% Jan.
26
May 31
2
33% Feb.

Oct.

Oct.

Sale

5

10

2536 Oct.

100

m

3

25

21

Sale

3 31% Mar. 11
7 r2536 Mar. 15
Mar. 7
6
Mar. 11
6

Oct.

Oct.

31

9% Sept. 22
836 Jan. 12
13 105% Aug. 27

Oct.

29

Sale

Sale

May
May
May

1736 Oct,
56%
76%
78%
85%

19%

74%
8936

Jan.

5

Oct.

7

27

1944 MB

....

.

56,000 Estonia (Republic) 7a

11,000

2

Oct.

21
15
30
14

40

Sale

...

2, ,000

3

5

23%

External g 4%s
.1962
116, 000 Deutsche Bank Am part ctfs S»
1932 M S
53, 000
Stamped
000 Dominican Republicsf 534a..__. 1942 MB
43,

89: .000

4

26

.

137. ,000

Oct.

7% Oct.

20

Cundlnamarca (Dept Colombia)
External 8 f 6%a
.1959 MN
47, v.00
43, 000 Czechoslovak (Rep of) extl 8s
1951 A O
Sink fd 8s ser B__„
.1952 A O
35, 000

1st

8

27

33%
39%

22

Jan.

6%

26

35

.32%

Sale

28

10

20

44% Oct.
1036 Oct.

40

44

28

Jan.

Oct.

27

3236

Sale

2 a22

28% Oct.
51% Oct.

Sale

Salo

33

15
5

Oct.

6

70

76

Oct.

22% Oct.

Sale

Feb.

June

57

.1951
1951

7s Nov 1 1932 coupon on

7s May 1 1936 coupon on
21, 000
69, 000 Cuba (Hep of) 5s of 1904
5s ext debt Ser A of 1914...
40, 000
134, 000
4%s external loan

2d series

21

Sale

N!
Gold 436*
1953
50, 000
103, 000 Cordoba (City) external a f 7a
1957 F A
External a f 7a
Nov 15 1937 M N
24, 000
J
1942 J
23, 000 Cordoba (Prov) Argen 7s
Costa Rica (Republic)—

"3" 000

4436 Oct.
4036 Oct.
1636 Oct.

Oct.

16

m 75
Sale
m Sale

52

48%

55

76

28
28

54% Oct.
65% Oct.
6536 Oct.

17%

Sale

82%
2836

45

M

271, 000
195, coo
506, 000

Salo

31

Prices

Aug.
9
Oct, 19

70

13
15% June 13
15
May 31

19

Oct.

Sale

Jan 1961
127, 000 Colombia (Rep) gold 6s
External s f g 6s
Oct 1961
170, 000
1947
62, 000 Colombia Mtge Bank 6v»»__
54. 000
Sinking fund 7s of 1926
1946
Sinking fund 7s of 1927
...1947
70, 000
1952
194, 000 Copenhagen external 5a

a

4%

14%
636
5%
4%
103%
19%
1636
1636

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

25%

1957 J
1961 J
1961 A
1962 M
Chilean Munic Loan 7s
I960 M
Chinese Hukuang Ry 5a
1951 J
Chrlstiania (City) (Oslo)30-yr 6s-1954 M
Cologne (Germany) ■ f 6 %•
1950 M

Public Works

536
Sale
o

22

Sale

1962 M S
1963 M N

Extl sinking fund 6s

30-year

5

14

...

External sinking fund 6s

96, 000
311. 000

636 Sale

8%
7%

736
6%
104%

«34

'35'"

155,000 Chile Mtge Bank of gu a f 6 %a . .
Sinking fund gold 6%• guar..
122,000
Guaranteed s f gold 6s.
181,000
Guaranteed sinking fund 6a..
142,000

S:.'4, 000

Salo

9

8

15%

Feb 1961.F A
Jan 1961 J
J
Sept 1961 M S

s

Sale

16

17%

16

W4

Salo

U4

Sale

29%

12%
11%
10%
1136

f gold

Salo

Sale

Highesi
Sale

Prices

May 16

55
46

86

80

7336
4136
3736

Sale

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

\sk.

18

Sale

9936
1936

1236

s

Bid

86

70

Sale

836
536

Republic exts f g 7s...... 1942 MN
g 6s
-1960 A O

External sinking fund

External

137,000

43,000

Sale

22

Ask.

Bid.

29

Extl

25,000
12,000

7S
23

J J
1960 A O

..........

83,000
106,000
36,000

92,000

78

Farm loan 6s series A
Chile

Ask.

Bid.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

A O

(Colombia) 7%*__t946
23,000
I960
1,138,000 Canada (Dom) Gold 4a
30-year gold 5a
1952
421,000
338,000
4%i
1936
1954
10,000 Carlsbad (City) a f 8a
51,000 Cauca Vail (Rep of Col)s f g 7%sl946
.1950
280,000 Cent Agrlc Bank (Ger) 7a
Farm Loan a f 6a .............I960
381,000
a

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN OCTOBER.

Oct. 31.

M S
F A
J
MN

Caldas Dept of

Farm loan

Oct. 1.

1932.

(Co*M»««4)
Bergen (Norway) ext a f 5a_Oct 15 1949 A O
External a f 5a
I960 M S
Berlin (Germany) a f 4%*
1950 A O
External alnklng fund 6a_„
1958 J D
Bogota (City) ext g 8*
1945 A O
Bolivia (Republic of) a * 8a
1947 M N
External aec gold 7a
—1958 J J
Extl alnlt fund 7a
1969 M B
Bordeaux (City of) 15-year 4a— IV34 M N
Braxll (U S of) external 8a
1941 J D
Ext a f g 4 Ha of 1926
1957 A O
Extl a f 6%m of 1927
1957 A O
Cent Ry 30-year g 7a..
1952 J D
Bremen ext g 7a truat recta,.... 1934 M S
Brlabane (City) a I 5a.
1957 M 6
Sinking fund gold 5a
1958 F A
20-year a f 6a
1950 J D
Budapest (City) extl 8 f g 6s
1962 J D
Buenos Alrea (City) extl *%•_... 19!>!S J
J
External a f g 4a series C-2
1960 A O

647,000
309,000
125,000
139,000
115,000

PRICES

Price
Jan. 2

Government

Foreign

270,000
295,000
25,000
156,000
62,000
113,000
104,000
120,000
224,000

s?

BONDS

October.

Oct.

2% Feb.

8

7

12
27
26
24
25
28

3% Jan. 27

19

K. Y. Sl'OOK EXCHANGE-BONDS
Sales in

n.

Value.

Jan. 2

y. stock exchange.

Mexico (U S) external

Bid.

"2%:::::

Oct

,

Sale

Ask.

j"j

3

"3

4%

Assenting 4s of 1910 small
Treaa 4s of 1913 assent

(large) 1933 J

"2%:::::

J

4

494

*'3 " "

994

Small..

84"

6

~

Oct"

26

% Oct"
3% Oct.

"20

15

3

26
27

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

27

11

Oct.

15

Oct.

31

20

Oct.

27

25

Oct.

7

1594 Oct.

25

25

Oct.

1

73% Oct.

27

84%

Oct.

73 94 Oct.

25

84

Oct.

3

27

89% Oct.

18

70

28

89

71% Jan.

Oct.

28

89% Oct.
85 % Oct.
84 % Oct.

3
13

70

Jan.

18

Oct.

18

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

17

80% Oct.

18

64%
63%
59%
64%

Oct.

27

41% Oct.

1

a5094 Oct.
43)4 Oct.
44 94 Sale
8894 85% Oct.
86

20

54

Oct.

10

25

48

Oct.

90

Oct,,

17

Jan.
15
May 23
36% May 31
35
June
3
60
Jan. 13

99% Oct.
56% Oct.
7% Oct.

10
7

85
45

M S

12

29

12

J

D

20

29

23

Sale"

20

MN

20

20%

25

Sale

19

Sale

4434
43)4

83

Sale

83

Sale

80

88

Sale

74% Sale
74% Sale
87% Sale

Sale

15

20%

138, 000

20-year external s f 6s. Aug 15 1944

A

77

87

8894

87

Sale

87% Oct.
86% Oct.

210 000

30-year external a f 6s

1952

O

7094
71 Va
66 %

71

87

88

8594

Sale

85

1965

83
100

80
80

Sale

80

Oct.

31

Sale

80

Oct.

31

7794 Oct.
7794 Oct.

8

100 000

40-year ext
External

79, 000

s

f 5s

D

65

66

82

Mar 15 1963

flH*

s

Oct
June 15

8

61

66

1967

D

81%
73 %
73 %
41)4
529s
4794

Municipal Bank extl 8 f 5s
Municipal Bank ext s f 5s

10, 000
21, 000

1970

D

1952

A

2094 Sale

1953 m

52, 000 Nuremberg (City) external 6s
155, 000 Oriental Development 6s

b

62)4 Sale
58)4
60)4
62)4 Sale

....

1958 MN

External deb 5%a

141, 000

1955 m N

43, 000 Oslo (City) 30 year s f 6s

85
45

Sale

85

86

o

48

Sale

J

50

Sale

58

D

12

Sale

12

8

Sale

d

1961

O

f 8s

107%

Sale

Sale
50

O

J

External guar sink fund 7Ht.. 1966

1694

9

24)4
22%

Sale

47 %

Sale

O

60%

Sale

25-year extl s f <Ss
Feb 15 1947 F A
237, 000
M S
156, 000 Rhine-Main-Danube deb 7s ser A 1950
000 Rio Grande do Sul (State) ext 8s. 1946 A O

51)4

Sale

46% Sale
99)4 Sale
92)4 Sale

35

Sale

55

13

Sale

15

9

Sale

s

f 7s.. 1941

A

28,

J

D

187, ,000

Ext

s

f g 6s

1968

53, 000

Ext

a

f 7s of 1926

24, 000

Extl

1966 MN
D
1967

f 7s munlc loan

s

17 ,000 Riode Janeiro (City) 25-yr
External sec s f g 634s
109 ,000

11%
9

O

10 %

1953 F

A

10% Sale

A

O

70

1964 M N
P
A
1959

84

1952

42 ,000 Roumanla (Monopolies) 7a.
15 ,000 Saarbruecken (City) a f 6a

66

J

1953

17

30 ,000
77, ,000

External
Sec

351 ,000

s

J

20

1956 M

S

13)4
10)4

J

1968

f 6s

8

1940

f g 7s_.

57, 000 Sante Fe Prov (Arg Rep) extl 7s ..1942
209, 000 Saxon Pub Works (Germany) 7s. 1945
Gen ref guar serial gold 6%a_.1951
179, 000
1945
71, 000 Saxon State Mtge Inst 7s
SF g 6)4®
DecI946
000
8,
Ext

sec

7s

ser

Sweden (Kingdom

1946

(City)

s

48 %
40

A

F

M N

D

F

Extl

f g 5%g

27

Sale

5

Oct.

28

Oct.
Oct.

22

12

Oct.

4

7% Oct.
42% Oct.

20

11

Oct.

27

50

Oct.

28

49% Oct.

10

Oct.

8

Oct.

8

12% Oct.
9% Oct.

10
1

a83% Oct.

27

17

9

Oct.

8

9% Oct.
8% Oct.

Sale

9

11

10%
894 Sale
Sale

85

99

2494
52% Sale
51 % Sale
68
7094
57 %
Sale

14

Sale

4 I

42%
1,4

Sale

40
li¬

____

79)4 Sale
102)4 Sale

as

37

J

1952

M S

55

1960 M N

f 6a

May 1

1964

M N

1952 A O
1952 MN
F A
1958

34, B00 Venetian Prov Mtg Bank 7a
345, 000 Vienna (City) external 6s
128, 000 Warsaw (City) external 7s
48, 000 Yokohama (City) extl a f 6s

D

1961

Sale

58

32)4
45)4
57)4 Sale
15
11)4
5994
63
21 "

93 94

Sale

104)4

Sale

78

47%
39%
47%

Sale

47%

45
36
46

13%
75

40""

3

June

Sept. 20

29
29

60

Oct.

17

21

25)4 Oct.
58% Oct.

4

29
28

r

8

8

10

10

80)4

30""

18

June

21 %

Jan.

29

16
Oct. 31)50
14
Oct. 31, 47
ll 47
25% June

14 107

Oct.

28
6

96% Oct.

19

5

36

14

5

5

41

48

Oct.

21

75

101

2?

34

5

Oct,

45

45

44

Sale

43

Oct.

27

29

31

48%
38%
38%
99%
55%
41%
53%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

13

34% Sale

26

83

Oct.

95

40

41

Sale

52

53%

71

3494

9694

45% Sale
40% Sale
48 % Sale

Oct.

26

94

Oct.

26

39% Oct
48% Oct.

10

44

.

21

Jan.

18

Oct.

48

Oct,

21

41
50

Oct.

20

39%
39%
99%
61%

Sept. 27
Sept. 27

7
80% Jan.
31
May 26
24% June
1)45%
June
40
2. 75

20

9494 Sale
56 %
55)4

Jan.

18

1

Oct.

A

24
4

18

73

22

43

4
26

Jan.

70

2

4

14

May 27
Oct,

Jan.

4

Jan.*

3

Oct.

Aug. 29

May 17

June

May 31
15% May 31
29
May 31
8
20% June

Oct.

18

Jan.

16

44

19

Sept. 28

44

Oct.

6

Oct.

4

27.

July

Oct.

31

S
27

11

31

Oct.

12

Oct.

73

40

12

Mar.

25'107

4994 Oct.

14

Jan.

Jan.
Oct.

31

44% Oct
39% Oct.
45% Oct.
8% Oct.

29

79% Oct.
47% Oct.

4

11

13

Apr. 23 97
Jan. 22:105%
5
79%
3
67%
36% June
29
July
1 45%

25 104% Oct.
25

29% Oct.

2

13 % June
97
Jan.

A

43% Cc),

Oct.

Oct,

Sept. 16
5
59% Oct,

10, 71%

22

■

38

37

55

25

K.

Sale

94 94
57

271

1
8

Oct.

Sale

16

65
July
9
45% Mar. 11
58% Oct, 18

70% Oct.
59% Oct.

Sale

35

Jan.

31'
26'

31

40

47%
38

17

8

24!

15

Oct.

11

6

Jan.

55

3

Feb.

18

26

44%'

37

8/25%

41

31'

39

-95

63

May
7
July
45% Aug.
14% Aug.
16% May
13
May

r>

45%

Sale

0

11

2994

24

6

Feb.

28

23)4 Sale

27

r

Feb.

I

72

6

101% Oct,
Jan.
56

7

20

7

72

Oct,

91

4

7

8% Sale
68

13

26

66% Sept. 15

Oct.

Sale

47%

11
68

18

Sept.

23

Oct.

39

Jan.
Feb.

July
-,rl7
Sept. 28 50

26% Oct.

Sale

40

,13
18

26| 14

June

43

68

28; 14% Jan. 22
27
25

June

14

104% Sale
69% Sale

15

6

31

Oct.

Jan.

Aug. 24

7

31

93% Oct.
103% Oct.

5

3; 58% Oct,
1
21
26 rl3

39

Oct.
I 39% Oct.
101 % Oct.

3j%j 37

10
Sept. 8
9% Sept. 9
60% Mar. 16
58% Mar. 15
65
Sept. 8
16
Mar.
9

8

Oct.

Sale

95%

17

17

Oct.

41

:

Oct.

90

22

14

Sale

94

6

Oct.

16

Sale

16

42

64% Oct.
57% Oct.

18

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

24

Oct.

22

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
22% Oct.
52% Oct.
44

1

Jan.

68% Jan.

15%
12%
25%
20%
16%
12%

3

22

10

9

18

65

17

Oct.

5494 Sale
24
22%
53% Sale
45% Sale
64% Sale
57 94 Sale

Sale

18

72

May 24

Oct.

13%

8

4% May
5
May
5
May
7
May
5
May
62
May
28

8%
21%
18%
1394
9%
54 94

Sale

June
June

24

24
8

Jan.

14

Sale

7

Oct.
,

15

84

15

11*

12%

62% Oct.

26
26
26
18

80% Oct
41% Oct.

80

7 >101% Oct.27
21
39% Oct.
6

12

12%
8%
22%

mi

Oct.

Sale

64

Sale

Oct.

o32

9994 Sale
3594 Sale

91

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

27

27 100
Sept. 23
5
72% Aug. 26
8
June
9% Aug. 26
9
May
14% Sept. 26

Oct.

8

8

17

28

Oct.

10% Sale
10% Sale

18

106

17
21

Oct.

Oct.

10

Sept. 29

19

5% May 261 11% Feb. 25
Oct.
5
May 26' 50
15% May 26 49% Oct.
5
2 100% Sept. 30
60% Jan.
2
47
Feb.
96% Oct.
4

10

54

15

18

Feb.

17

96%
589-s
16%
11%
11%

57 94

12

Jan.

87% Sept.
90
Sept.
89% Sept.
90
Sept.
85% Oct,
84% Oct.

Apr. 27
2% June 24
May 31
2
39% June
2
43% June

24

61

53

i

Sale"

38

54

26

26

31

A

11
15

6

21

88

44

10

2

Jan.
Jan.

3

Oct.

8

Mar.
Oct,

17

3

52% Oct.
51% Oct.
57% Oct.

3

25

Jan.

3%

31 100% Oct.

14

6)4

3

,

Oct.

Oct.

Sale

:

55

86

65

104 %
43 >4

1

41% Oct.
96% Oct.

43

99)4

7

Mar.

28% Mar. 14

30% Feb.
29% Feb.

Oct.

Sale

24

16

Apr.
8% Apr.
6% June
6% June

6% Oct.
6% Oct.

Sale

Sale

34 %
21

13

Sale

Sale

98)4

1971

f 6s
a

Oct.

40

33)4

External s f 5)4* guar
1961 A O
1947 MN
8, 000 Toilma (Dept of) external 7s
M N
4, B00 Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g 5)4s..l957
D
9, B00 Upper Austria (Prov) extl a f 7s..1945
D
External a f *%■
June 15 1957
13 B00
1946 F A
41 000 Uruguay (Rep) external a f 8s
s

Sale

5

87%

12

10)4
56

Sale

45

111 ,000

Ext

Sale

33
26)4
21)4 Sale

D

1954 MN
1946 A O
1955 F A

00 ,000 Taiwan Elec Pow 5)4a
10 000 Tokyo City loan of 1912 5s

:278, BOO
104, B00

Sale

25
24
23

1
8

42

9)4 Sale
86% Sale
9994 100
38 %
39%

ie)

26

Oct.

] 96%

16%;

63%
1294
994
20 %

10% Oct.

56
54%
53% Sale
6094 Sale
11
8 94
994
7%
43% Sale

,

Sale

11

18

of)

Extl g 5tts
142, ,000 Switzerland (Govt) ext 5)4a

404, 000

170, BOO Sydney

18

45

D
87, 000 Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7s..1958
1947 F A
102, ooo Sllesian Landowners Assn 6»
MN
22, 000 Soiasons(Clty)ext 15-yr g 6sNov 14 '36

46, 000 Styria (Prov) extl sec a f 7a

Sale

O

1962 M N

B

33

M S

A

M N
255,BOO Serbs. Croats & Slovenes extl 8s.1962

181, 000

12)4

1950

f 8s........

s

19

10)4
30)4

MN
7, ,000 Sao Paulo (City) a f 8s.....Mar 1952
Ext Isec a f g 6Ha
May 15 1957 M N
J
San Paulo (State) ext a f 8s
...1936
50 000
Ext 7s water loan

Sale

102)4
4794 Sale

12 ,000

External

11

14

1946 A

f 8s

s

050 ,000 Rome (City) external s f 6%a
46 ,000 Rotterdam (City) ext s f 6s

87, ,000

Sale

4

96% Oct.
50% Oct.
5
Oct.

5

1094 Sale
10)4
12%
11
9)4

450, 000 Queensland (State of) ext

Sale

80

5

12%
11%

M S

Sale

97% Sale
52% Sale
6% Sale
11
10%

Sale

380, 000 Prussia (Free State) ext s f 6)4—- 1951
1952 A O
S f gold 6s
490, 000

34

36

35
51

Sale

1961

1960

18, 000 Porto Alegre (City of) 8s

15, 000

80
Sale

1950

1959

M S

1940
73, 000. Poland (Rep of)g6s
Stabilix loan 7s of '27. Oct 15 1947
357, 000
s

54
9

7%

b

1947 m

84, 000 Pernambuco (State) ext sec 7s
6, 000 Peru (Rep) Sec s f g 7s
National loan ext s f 6s
130, 000
National loan ext s f 6s
07, 000

External

97

75%
75%

78%

9894 100
50 % Sale
7%
8%
13
1494
7
6%
6)4
7%
52)4 Sale
51)4 Sale

1953 J D
80, 000 Panama (Rep) external 5%a
Extl s f 5s set A
May 15 1963 M N
07, 000

185, 000'

5994
6594

8

3

7

16% Jan.

14% Oct.

14%

12%

40

f 6s.Aug 15

5

87

13

159*

A

204,

5

Oct.

12

June 10

5
Sept. 27
4% Sept. 27

11

M

Mar.

5

6

O

f g 5s

s

5

4% Sept. 27

Oct.

1943

External

000 Norway 20-year ext s

■

6% Sept.29

87

1958

389, 000

6

3
4

May
1% May
1 % Feb.
2% July
2
May
1% May
2% May
2% May
57% June

25

'

43)4

f

Oct.

4

A

t

2

27

4% Oct.
4% Oct.

g 5s... 1957

4.30 000 New South Wales ext

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Oct.

81

Sale

12

5"

Oct.

78

65""

8

Oct" ~ 22

Sale

AO

Sale

Prices.

3%
3%
3%
3%
4%

4 94

3%

Assenting 4s of 1910 large

079,000 Milan City (Italy) ext loan 4M«..E52
Minas Geraes (State) Braxil.—
External sinking fund 6%«
112,000
1958
Ext sec 6)48 series A
—1959
49,000
103,000 Montevideo (City) s f g 7s
1952
Ext a f g 6s series A
80.000
..1959

Sale

Prices.

4%

2

5)4

"2

4%
3% Sale

Lowest.
Sale Price.

Highest.

Lowest.

31.

.

Ask. Bid.

494
4 hi

Q~j

.....

1.

.

J

5$ of 1899£ 1945 Q
1945

Assenting 4s of 1904..........1954
Assenting 4s of 1910
........

4,000
17,000
15,000
06,000
5,000

Ask

Bid.

Assenting 5a of 1899
Assenting 5s large

Oct

1932.

FOREIGN GOV'T (Concluded)

45,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Price

BONDS

October.

June

11

5

Mar. 12

Oct.

1

Jan.

8

Mar. 11

Jan.

16

RAILROAD
AlaGt Sou 1st
First

cons

cons

........

D

1943
A

50 000

155,000

25 000

79 ,000
58 .000
2 ,000

6 ,000

267,000

147,000
201,000
45,000
131.000

67,000
81,000

1,339,000

18", 000

:::: "7994
80

j
j

Trana-Cont Short Line 1st 4a gl958
Cal-Ariz 1st 8c ref 4)4s aer A ...1962

M

86
50

J

70

1933
Refund 8c gen 5s ser A
1995
1st gold 5s
July 1948
Ref and gen 6s, series C...
1995
P L E 8c W Va Sys ref g 4s
1941
Southw Dlv lst3Hs at 5%
1950
Tol Cln Dlv 1st 8c ref 4s
1959
Refunding 5s series D
2000
Conv g 4)4*
1960
Bangor 8c Aroostook RR 1st g 5s '43

rCash sale,




gold 4s
a

...1951

Deferred delivery*

90

90

Oct.

24

92% Oct.

43 %

Sale

38

Oct.

31

40

Oct.

91

Sale

94%
88%
83%
85%

Oct,
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

25 «79%

Oct"

25

60
60

Sale

78" "95""

93%

90% Oct.
88% Oct,

26

82""

95"

82% Oct..

27

80

84

78%
80%

81

Sale

79

Oct.

20

'81% Oct.

29

"93%

90%

Sale

89

Oct.

14

93% Oct.

4

89

93%
81%
90%

89% Oct.

24

13

89

94

Sale

92

Oct.

10

90% Oct.
95% Oct,

24

75

92)4
86

79
80

§2%

-I

—

82%
90%

81
90

Sale

94

80%
90

75

90

71

Oct"

6

71

Oct.

6

81

85

81

Oct.

11

82

Oct.

6

May 311 83% Mar. 15
Sept.22
27| 80
Mar. 11

Feb.

Sent.28

61% July
May
78
Sept.
60% May
44% July
25
May

85

60

10

w

Oct.

3

IV

"Oct"

40

73

Oct.

3

55

65% Oct.
52
Oct.

25

48

14

58

Oct.

1

"

30

22

Oct.

18

30

Oct.

19

29%
25

29

1694

10%

33

16

Oct,

26

16

Oct,

28
26

15
9

36

40

30

37

36

Oct.

8

40

Oct.

13

7

9894

70

92%

70

92%
80%

6194

26

Sale

83 %

Sale

78 94

79%

80

73%

Sale

63

Sale

64

52

Sale

45

91%
54%
76%

Sale

75

Sale

a

60% Sale
90% Sale

j

67

MN

64%

Sale
69

75

Sale

j

51

57

M

61%

Sale

F

49

Sale

59%
50 %
39%

84

90

73

74%

76
Sale

47%
86%

57

85%
50% Sale

78%

69

62%

76

70%

57"

61

Sale

45% Sale
32% Sale

100

84

60%

69

75%

9
24
12
28
20
31

95% Oct.

90

78

9
24

Mar. 9
Mar.
9
Sept. 12

85% Mar. 11
82
Mar. 10
65

Feb.

June 16

40

Aug. 24

July 26
May 28

30

Jan.

40

Aug. 23

26

15

J.

55
43

Oct.

27

85% Oct.

1

Oct.
Oct.

10

64

Oct.

31

25

1

27

52% Oct.
91% Oct.

22

55

26

77

Oct,
Oct.

25

75

Oct,

14

60% Oct.
50% Oct,

859-8 Oct,
46% Oct.
72
Oct.
70
Oct.
56
Oct.
41

Oct.

24

3
3
6
1

5

25% Oct, 10

68% "Oct""?9

40

4

Oct.

'74% Oct""5

58

May 19

86% Mar.

9

55

79

95

Sale

Mar. 15

91

78%

30

5

Mar. 10

82

74 94
Sale

20

80
84

94

Sale"

60

74

85% Oct.

7i

2

72

71%

j

ll
25

1

Sept.22
Aug. 23
94% Sept.29
88% Oct. 20
89
Aug. 24

95
40

July
9
77% May 19
80
May 27

85

77%

Feb.

71

June

8094

Sale

83% Feb. 23
83
Sept. 27

75

81

58

1494

6

18
271
26
31
21
14!

Jan.

60

80

171

June

68

75

j

J

76

74

80

89 %
79

78" Sale"

80

j

13

82%
74%

81%
80%

M

J

Oct.

20

Feb.

67% Jan.
65
Aug.
78
May
13% May
'J74% May
77
May
70
May
63
May
72
July

1,9

75

q

Convert 4)4s......—

Oct.

38

76

A

80

94

J
S

83

86
86

75

J

A--1964 J D
MN
L 8c N collat gold 4s
..Oct.. 1952
j
Atlantic 8c Danville 1st g 4s
1948 j
j
j
Second 4s
1948
A O
Atlantic 8c Yadkin 1st gu g 4s..1949
Austin 8c N W 1st g 5s guar
1941 j j

Con ref mtg

....

72)4

8

General unified 4)48 series

July 1948

91 %

78

78

80

90

D

M

1946

Atl Coast L 1st cons 4a.... .July 1952

j

36

71%
64%
80%
67%

84
Sale

85

74

150,000 Bait 8c Ohio 1st g 4s
Registered

1,119,666

30
Sale

D

Atl Knox 8c No 1st g 5s

,006

92%

D

D

000 Atl 8c Char Air Line 1st 4)4s A..1944
1st 30-year 5s sex B
1944
5 000
Atlantic City 1st con guar g 4s. . ^1951 J

12 ,000

17)4
88

OS

J

...I960
1948
..1965

83

87

76" "79)4

Conv g 4a of 1910
Conv deb gold 4)4a

78

80%

71
83

D

1

134

"70"

Conv g 4s of 1909
1955
Conv g 4s of 1905.............1955 j

Rocky Mt dlv 1st 4s A
27, 000

64

66)4

M N

Registered... .............

~3 600

O

1946
1998 A O
1942 M 8
July 1995 Q J
A O
1995
1995 A O
July 1995 Nov
M N
July 1995

16,000 Albany &Susq 1st guar 3)4*Allegh 8c West 1st g gu 4s

0, 000 Alleg Valley gen gu 4s
34, 000 Ann Arbor 1st g 4s...
•469 000 Atch Top 8t S F gen g 4s
Registered
6 000
Adjustment g 4s
11 000
Stamped
55, 000

D

1943

5a ser A

4s series B

June

1

81

Mar.

8

31

June

2

87

Mar.

9

2
71% Mar. 11
24% June
63% May 23 96% Mar. 10
27% June
2; IVA Mar. 9

a45

June

l|

80

Mar.

3

1
82% Mar. 10
40% June
Sept. 9
31% June 18 64
Mar. 12
71
25
May 31
Jan.
14
15
May 28 59
70
Sept. 26
May 24i 96
48
Aug. 29
May 26 79

20

N.

Sales in

STOCK
Price

BONDS

October.
Value.

2
1932.

Bid.

8«
1989
4a_.........1936
5a..........1936
Creek Exten lat g 3H«
1951

Beech Creek lat gu

J

Second guar gold

Oct. 1.

Ask

Bid.

Belvidera Del

cona

35 ,000

1st mortgage 5s

36 ,000

lat g

Lowest

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Ask

8454

1967 M

S

aeries II......1955 M N

eerlea JJ

1961 A

O
A

J

7 ,000 Buff Roch At Pitta gen 5a
1937 M 8
31 ,000
Conaol 4 Ha
1957 M N
13 ,000 Burl Ced Rap Ac Nor Ac Col ta lat 5a '34 A O

19,000 Canada Sou con gu Ac col tr 5a..1963
90,000 Canadian Nat guar 4Ha.Sept 15 1954
263,000
Gold 4%s
1957
167,000
Gold 4»a_
1968
222,000
Guaranteed gold 5s
July 1969
198,000
Guaranteed g 5s
Oct 1969
70,000
Guaranteed g 5s
1970
...

198,000
Guar gold 4%$
June 15 1955
112,000
Guar g 4H«
1956
269,000
Guar g 4H«
1951
198,000 Canadian No deb e f 7a
1940
108,000
25-year deb a f guar 6Ha
1946
104,000
10-year gold 4H*
Feb. 15 1935
425,000 Canadian Pac 4% dab stock
43,000
Collateral trust gold 4^a
1946
5s equip trust ctfs
158,000
1944
131,000
Collateral trust g 5a..........1954
84,000
Collateral trust 4 Ha
1960

9654

J
D

1944

Boaton Ac N Y Air Line lat gu 4a.l955 F
Brunsw Ac Weatern lat gu g4a... 1938 J

86
69 H

88

82

8754

83

71

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

73

70

Sale

65H
5554

75
59

54

.—.93
83
87
42

70

A O

80 H

M S

72

J

J

J

D

72 H
74
81

J

A

O

F

A

80 H
81 %

J

D

75

Sale

F

A

72 H

D

92

9354

80

Sale
9954

J

J

F

A

J

J

61

6654

M S

65

67

84

78 H
72 H

J

J

D

J

J

65

1949 J

J

15H

3,000 Jaro Clinch At Ohio 1st 5a
1938 J
21,000
1st Ac con g 6a aeries A.Dec 15 1952 J
6,000 Jarthage At Adlr 1st gu g 4a
1981 J

D

85

94

cona

g 4a

Jent Br Un Pac lat g 4a
Cent of Ga Ry 1st g 5a
Consol gold 5a

D

D

Not. 1945 F

6154

66

79
73

62

Oct.

11

5854

30

80

59

93
9054
8954 Sale

8954
8954
Sale

Sale

89

W*
88

Sale

8454
Sale

8754

8*

17

69

35"

~50~

Ref At imp 4Hs aer A
Ref Ac impt 454« series B

81,000

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

2

Sale

31

92

Oct.

17

73

Jan.

5

92

Sale

9154 Oct.
3 1055s Oct.
5 10754 Oct.

21

75

May 31

Sale
Sale

9854

1 100

9854 Oct.

Sale

69

28

17
18
18

24
25

Oct.

15

7154 Oct.
8454 Oct.

3

14

54

June

25

93

Oct.

17

68

28

8754 Oct.
8054 Oct.

14

Oct.

31

8054 Oct.
9154 Oct.

25

82

Oct.

78

Oct.

13

5

8,000
23,000

Jan.

3054 Aug. 10

55

Aug. 20
Aug. 24

Oct.

76

Oct.

13

76

Oct.

33

Oct.

27

42

Oct.

16

2354 Oct.

28

27

Oct.

19

Sale

19

Oct.

14

27

Oct.

35
31

4054

65

40

6554

6954

6754
4234
9254

6554 Oct.

8

68

Oct.

26

46

60

47

9454
9054

Sale
91
81

67

90
Sale

78

82

68 H

69

Sale

98

73 000

72
.....

85

75

8254

50

31

Oct.

4

13

74

7654 Oct.

7

11

86

Oct.

2

Oct.

13
20

Oct.
7954 75
Sale 07954 Oct.

4

'7654
59

89

1

S
A

95H
.....

"48""

92

Sale

96

Sale

75

S

49

June

30

May 26

95

June

4254
7954

865s

8134 Oct.

18

8654 Oct.

80

Oct.

14

87

8554 Oct.
8054 Oct.

3

8754 Oct.

6

4

8054 Oct.

27

64

May 27
July 12

92

Oct.

4

92

Oct.

4

92

Oct.

42

Oct,

25

7954 Oct.

15

4754 Oct.
7954 Oct.

13

Oct.

89

8154
9754
44

8754

Sale

Oct.

1

73

9654 Oct.

5

76

May 26
Aug.
4
May 27

11

92

Oct.

li

74

June

2

31

88

Oct.

1

74

June

13

90

92

92

Oct.

29

7

68

74

56

Oct.

25

25

10

Oct.

10

90

Oct.

13

90

Oct.

13

4054 Oct.
3634 Oct.

31

5254 Oct.

1

24

June

38

8

32
35

June 30

60

.Tune

2

55

5154 Sept.

2

Aug. 23
5154 Sept. 2

Sale

36

56

42

75

55

3454

9854

40

30

32 H
33

3

60

503-4

J

60

65

F

A

A

O

34H
854

81

6154
6154

S

May 2037 J

D

2037 I

D

39

Sale

May 2037 J

D

38

44

...1949 MN
J

3054 Sale
6754
71
60
7354
5954 Sale

1988 J

J

659,000

Refunding gold 4a..
Registered

1934 A

O

A

Sec. gold 4 H* series A
Convertible gold 4Hs_.

1952 M S

49

50

1960 MN

37

Sale

June 15 1951

D

58

June 15 1951

D

June 15 1951

D

.1951

D

J

an.

7

55

Oct.

4

52

Oct.

27

65

Oct.

27

Oct.

10

32

Oct.

1

a654 Oct.

10

1054 Oct.

4854 Oct.

27

5534 Oct

36

5954

44

50

70

44

4854 Oct.

18

54

7554

i

6354

irA
31
31

■

62

28

72

Mar. 12

72

1

May 28
51
1
July
1354 June 29
254 May 31

68
Sale

7754
37
Sale
Sale

3

40 H July

2f

61

'

69

70
73

54

Oct.

6954
60

6054 Oct.

27

24

62

Oct.

25

62
65

Oct.

75

Oct.

3

58

80

60

Oct.

13

65

Oct.

6

65

Oct.

25

76% Oct.

5

2254 Oct.
2154 Oct.

27

34

Oct.

3

25

31

Oct.

1

20

Oct.

26

31

Oct.

I

16

Oct.

10

2654 Oct.

1

60

Oct.

26

69

Oct.

3

30

Oct.

11

43

Oct.

3

69
6554
243-4 Sale
2254
2354
2254 Sale

2654 Sale
62

.

6054

73%

Sale

63

835, 000

84,000

Chic S L Ac N O—
Gold 5s

Registered
Gold 3 Ha

1 000

Memphis Dlv 4s

48 000 Chic T H Ac S'eaat lat At ref 5a
D
1960
41 000
Income guar 5a
Dec 1 1960 M 8
129 000 Chic Un Station 1st gu
J
4Ha A..1963 J
43 000
lat 5a series B
1963
66 000

Guaranteed gold 5a..........1944
31 000
1st 6 Ha aeries C
...1963
84 000 Chic Ac West Ind Conaol
50-yr 4a. 1952
83, 000
lat AC ref 5Ha series A
1962 M S
Choc Okl At Gulf conaol 5a...... 1952 M N
Gin Ham At Day 2d g 4Ha..
1937 J
27, 000 Cln Ind St L Ac C 1st 4a...Aug 2 1936 Q

Sale

36
May 31
4654 June
A
50
July 25
50
July 1-*

51
60

91
96
94 54

Q

Gin Leb At N lat
r

Cash sale,




a

con

gu g 4a

Deferred delivery;

1942 MN

Aug. 23
Aug. 23

42

Jan.

1534 Sept.

13

8

Feb. 29

4154 Aug.

4

70

Jan.

18

70
73

Jan.

23

83

Jan.

Aug. 27
23

June 27

85

Mar.

Jan.

75
87

Jan.

19

Jan.

15

57

Jan.

15

46

Jan.

5254 July
17
July
1554 June
16
July
854 July

7

11
13
28
20
11

9

14

4634 Aug. 23
39
80

Jan.

14

Jan.

14

53

June

62

Sept. 22
May 31

68

Aug. 23

73

Jan.

14

May 31
May 28

6354 Jan.

14

10

73

50

Jan.

14

46

Jan.

78

Sept. 21

?

36

3654
2854 Sale

3254 Sale
1954 Sale

2954 Oct.
1654 Oct.

26
10

36 34 Oct.
29
Oct.

81

72

68

&
70

73

Oct.

25

73

Oct.

25

6454 May 14

6454 May 14

6454

64

Oct.

27

64

Oct.

27

4554 Jan.

46

Oct.

11

65
59

3054 Oct.

28

80

9554

66

8554

6354

60

40

5434 Sale
3954 41

37
94

99

Sale

10754 Sale
6554
68*

7lk

96 54
10354
10054
11154
7054
83

8254

90"

"91"

65

7154
9254

9554

58

Sale

71

19

18

4

4554

"6454"
5l"

Sale

2854

31

Sale
96 54
103 54 103 54
Sale
100 34
Sale
11134
Sale

84 %
70

"9654

9754

95

Oct.

6

Sale

101

Oct.

11

Sale

100

Oct.

21

Sale

11154 Oct.

6954 Sale
78
8054

5434
4034
98 34
10354
10134
11354

Oct.

1

30

Oct.

5

1254 July
83
July

71

49

Sept. 6
Aug. 23
Aug. 24

Oct.

20

3

90

June

104

4

92

June

10154 Oct.

Oct.

9854 Oct.

20

Aug. 23
4

15

100

June

66

Oct.

10

71

Oct.

1

55

June

79

78

Oct.

29

8454 Oct.

3

8734 Jan. 14
70
Sept. 14

1

Oct.

15

Jan.

15

9454 Oct.

24

9554 Oct.

19

18

95

18

Oct.

Oct.

June

Aug.

90

95""

55

60

70

7254
9454

June

Oct.
Oct.

95

74

76

34 54

F

Registered

J

71

4234 Sale

84

F

15, 000

50

45H
3354
2254

53

9

Sept. 28
Aug. 22
Sept. 26

58

"66""

24

4154 Aug.

62

O

258, 000

51

3

22

79 J4

8054 Sale
43 54
50

19

65

54

94

Oct.

65

4854

Mar.

6154 Oct.

Oct.

56

Aug. 23

80

6754 Oct.

Oct.

59

Sale

Feb.

46

67

Oct.

55

60

8

42

21

56

Sale

8

9

28

58

58

Mar.

31
10
20
31

27

48

Sept. 29
5634 Jan. 14

June

49

67

Aug. 23

92

17

7

65

25

18

Oct.

26

2554 Sale

2

May
Sept.
Sept.
May

5754 Oct.

5554

May 31
4154 July
8
6
July
8
7954 June
7

62
88

58

52

80

Oct.

94

52

75
80

M N

Oct.

54

54

"67"

60

30

34

9154

40

7154
6354

25
26

66

6854
66
6954
3154 Sale
1034 Sale

Sale
Sale

53ii

"9754

Oct.

2154 Oct.

"23

I

56

64

J

22

6554
6554

Sale

60

22

18

Oct.

61

9354

71

62

ft-

7

62

62

1

94

91

59

Oct.

8154 Aug. 26
9634 Oct.
5
93
Aug. 19
8854 Mar. 12
9954 Mar. 11
70 54 Feb. 29

Sale

90

Sale

90

4

9654 Oct.
6054 Oct.
1554 Oct.

2054

|2

Oct.

92

50
Aug. 23
7954 Oct. 15

2

90

8754 Oct.
6
84
Aug. 29

3

75

8954
8354 Sale

50 54

lat At ref g 5a

3334 June
May

15

8

23.

"60" "95"'

28
30
24
24
23
13

4

21

J

"M" "30*

,

9154 Oct.
8754 Oct.
833-4 Oct.

Sale

J

83 000

72

8754 Oct.

9234

90

J

Sept. 26

9758 Apr. 16 10054 July
7054 June
1
9754 Sept.
83
Feb. 20
93
Sept.
87
60 54 May 31
Aug.
60
June
88
1
Aug.
9934 Jan. 13
9934 Jan.

87

J

J

2

7

85

74'
5554
1554 al234
94 54
91
5254 Sale
4154

Sale

28 000

Aug. 23

60

1

84

6154

J

1988 J

9754

88

J

1936 M

Sale

90

90

1933 M N

2 104

"17

Oct.

102
Oct. 24 104
Oct.
10354 Sale
9634
9554 Sale "'"93 54 "Oct" "20 97 54 Oct"

92

93

76

Sinking fund deb 5s
Registered
15-year secured 6Ha..Mar 1

Mar. 10

Oct.

70

8054

97

N

Gen 5a atpd non pay lnc tax..1987 MN

80
79

80

"87""

9534

15

N

J

Aug. 22

78

A

J

88

17

86

"87""

7954

86
88
85 %

J

12

June

27

84

90

16

Jan.

82

Oct;

89

83

Jan.

r94

July
a4754 May

6154 Oct.

8454

7954

98

June

80

86

45

.L.
5054 Mar. 31
Aug. 10
55
Aug. 19

6254

8254
8234 Sale

45

H

Mar. 16

75

82~"

8534
8054

80
80

1987 MN

Registered

14

65

Oct.

90

8454 Oct.

62

1987 MN
Q F

106 000 Chic R I Ac Pacific gen g 4a_;

Jan.

Aug.
4954 June
3354 Aug.
75
Apr.

94 54 Oct.
Oct.

38

9354
90

45

97

40

55 000

2,430 000

13

38

40

Sale

86

42

1971 F

May

14

Jan.

81

8654 Sale

40

1977 F

Stpd lat At ref 4 Ha
1st Ac ref 4 Ha aer G
Conv 4%b series A

8654

90

21 000

432 000
207 000

99

9754 Sale

90

1958 M

„

Jan.

41

98

103J4 Sale

8254 Sale
76 54 Sale
9954 103

Stpd non-payt Fed lnc tax. .1987 MN
Stpd gen 4Ha non-pay lnc tax.1987 MN

12 000

98H
9954
9354
92 H Sale

29

June 22 r81
55

May 28
1254 June 23
1154 July 12

J

& No West gen 3 Ha

8

75

75

July,

55

42
45

8534 Sale

D

Aug. 31

7
10

40

Sale

J

5

93

Fod.

25

76

1966 MN

17

40

75

lat At gen 6a series B
May 1966 J
Chic Indiana At Sou 50-yr 4s
1956 J
Chic L S At East 1st 4 Ha
..1969 J

Oct.

94

44

Indianap Ac LouIst ref g 68.1947 J
Refunding gold 5a
1947 J
Refunding 4a aerlea C
1947 J

Oct.

Sept.

75

40

O

§1*

17

Sale

J

93
84
21

Oct.

96

J

Aug. 23
8654 Aug. 27

June 29

30

J

74

63

97 %
67 H

8

24

75
53

75

1949 J

Registered...
General 4a

27

Oct.

17

17

26

Chic

c

Apr.

95

1934 A
Chic At E 111 Ry (new co) gen 5a..1951 M
Chic At Erie lat gold 5a
1982 M
Chic Gt Weatern lat 50-yr 4s
1959 M

37 000 Ch

2

18

14

35

35,000 Chic Mil & St P gen g 4s ser A...1989
Gen g 3Ha series B
18,000
May 1989
Gen 4Hs series G
42,000
May 1989
Gen gold 4Ha series E._Mar 1 1989
23,000
Gen 4% aeries F
4,000
1989
794,000 Chic Mil St P Ac Pac mtge 5s ser A_ 1975
Conv adj 5s
1,407,000
Jan 1 2000

June

18

Oct.

21

Sale

.1949 J

1st Ac general 5a aerlea A...;

2

3

56

17

Oct.
Oct.

63

27

1946

lat At ref 4
aerlea B
lat At ref 5s series A..
Chic At E 111 lat cona g 6a

June

6154 June

Oct.

8954 Oct.
8054 Oct.

35

....

95,000
79,000
133,000
6,000
168,000
3,000
343,000
6,000

1

17

65

.....

6 100

17

17

3554
4254

..1946

...

Jan.

a4754 May 31

17

Oct.

10

2954

1995

Illinois DlTlslon 4a...
General 4a

W*
80

8034 Jan. 23
a7954 J une 10

7

Oct.

27

80

R At A DIt lat con g 4s
20,000
..1989
7,000
2d con gold 4a
1989
10,000
Warm Springs Valley 1st g 5a .1941
35,000 Chic At Alt RR ref g 3a
19*9
2,000 Cbic At Alt Ry lat lien g 3%s
1950

60",000

15

Jan.

31

Oct.

Oct.

89

44,000 Chic Burl At Q 111 DIt 3Ha
Registered....

25

83

75

27
27

5

Oct.

43

1993

May

21

17

31

4

63

68

Registered

g 5s
Potts Creek Br 1st 4a

17

9154 Oct.
9054 June 23 10554 Oct.
9154 Jan. 13 10754 Oct.

13

9054
9154
9154
9154
9754
9754
9754
9354

7
17
17

71

2754

..1992 M

Craig Valley lat

Oct.

29

11

31

8654 Oct.

42

1939 M N

86,665

18

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

95

91

1939 M N

g 5a

Jan.

Oct.

9054
9154
9154
9154
9754
9754
9754
93 54

79

i960

cona

2

75

8

Sale

1954

Registered

Jan.

21

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

63

53
Sale

1936

General gold 4H*-

Aug. 30

Oct.

75

1949

69,666

15

5754 Oct.

Oct.

Registered

115,000 Chea Ac Ohio lat

72
July
7254 Jan.
7354 Jan.

21

57

Sale

Mar. 14

Sept. 29
Sept. 7
Aug. 23
Mar. 16

7

88

67

1987

Guar 5a

7554 Aug. 22

93

2754

98

Through St L lat gu g 4a

75

4

Aug. 23 90
76
6 r93
Aug.
3
78
2654 June
45
May 27 83 34

8454

253
253

Registered

Charles Ac Sarannah lat g 7a

Jan.

46

20

Aug. 22
Aug. 22

79

46

Mobile DIt lat g 5a...
1946
8,000 Gent N E 1st guar 4a
1961
26,000 Cen RR At Bkg of Ga col tr g 5a..1937 M N
28,000 Central of N J gen g 5a
J
1987 J

10,666

80

80

70

pur money g 4a.....1951
Macon & Nor Dlv 1st g 5s
1946
Middle Ga At Atl Di? pur m 5a
1947

97,000

2

May 31
1
July

Oct.

8754
a8854
a8854
8754
9454
9454
9454
9054
8854
8854
10354
10454

88

8854 Jan.

June

8654

Chat DIt

Cent Pac 1st ref gu
g 4a

29

9254 Mar. 10

43

17

A

1959

11

5054 Oct.

82
7954
9154 Sale
8354 Sale
7654 78

1959

General 4a_...

88

Sale

95

1945 M N

Ref At gen 5H* series B
Ref At gen 5a aerlea C

Oct.

513
833

61

90

8654
7854

Sale

84

45

6454

9454
4954

D

1948 J

25

87

7054
8454
9234

39

CaroCent lat

Oct.

9454 Sale
9454
92
9154
91
8954 Sale
8854
89
8954 8954
103
10354 10354
10454 Sale
10554
9854 Sale
9854

M S
J

28

70

95

96

Sale
95

11

8554 Jan.

6654 Oct.

70

60

8854
8854
9554

Stile

J

7354 Oct.
7454 Oct,
6854 Oct.

68

66

Sale

84

67

8954

9654

11

64

50

Sale
7754
76

Oct.

Oct.

81J4—-

88

Sale

84

74

8254
7354, 74
7454
7854
6854 Sale

Sale

J

5,000
2,000
05,000

Ask. Bid

70
....

O

i^a....l943

gtd g

Big Sandy Ry lat guar 4a
102 ,000 Boston & Maine 1st 5s A C

36,000
34,000
74,000

Highest.

J

Beech

"Y,66o

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

70
74

D

Batt to Creek & Sturftls gu

1,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Jan

Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.

N.

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Mar.

70
85

July

9554 Oct.

19

Jan.

95

Oct.

18

75

Jan.

77

Mar. 29

90

Mar.

4

N. Y. STOCK
'

-

BONDS
IV.

T. STOCK EZCHANOE.

®er

Oct. 1.

"85""

J

"96"

2,000 CJe? Col C ft Ind gen con 6s
4,000 CI®? Lor ft Wheel con lat g 5s

1934 J

J

100
97

1933 4 O
J

1938

J

1935

.....

97

~79X

t

53

.....

O

128,000 Cler Union Term'ls 1st a f 5H* A.1972 A O
85,000
1st a f g 5a series B guar
1973 A O
1st a f guar 4H* •«r C
51,000
1977 A O
Coal RIt Ry 1st gu 4s
1945 J D
106". 000 Colo ft Southern Ref ft ext 4HS..1935 M N
General mtge 4X» series A....1980 M N
63,000

4a

Col ft Hock Valley lat ext g

1948

A

O

92 X

77X Oct.

3

89

Oct.

27

89

Oct.

27

89

Oct.

27

70

Oct.

13

48

July

Jan.

19

Sale

48

Oct.

24

62

Oct.

1

40

84

Mar. 10

47 X
86

Sale

44

Oct.

21

53

Oct.

5

30
July 12
28X May 26

99

48 X

75

71X Mar. 14
86
Aug. 20

66 X
76 X

75

Oct.

21

76X Oct.

31

80

Oct.

3

Oct.

3

90

76

1955

Conn ft Pasaum RIts 1st g 4a

1943

Consolidated Ry non-con? deb 4s

1954

41X

1955

45 X
41 X

Non-con? debenture 4a... IftJ

AftO 1955
1956

Non-con? deb 4a
Non-con? debenture 4s

61,000 Cuba Northern Rya lat 5Ha
31,000 Cuba RR 1st 50-yr g 5a
3,000
lat ft refund 7X» aeriesA

3,000
37,000

8,000
396,000
97,000

4",000

35

D

35

J

M N

1935 A O

1937 MN
RR ft Bdge lat gu g 4S..1936 F A

Deo ft Rio Gr lat cona g

1936

4a

Consol gold 4X*
Oen?

M

1947

D

1995 J

A

1948

1st g 4a

O

1st g 5s 1956 MN

cona

21,,000 Elgin Jol ft East 1st g 5a

1941

M N

El Paso ft S W lat ft ref 5s

1965

A

Brie 1st con ft prior

1996

J

1996

J

1951
1953

A

lien 4a

Registered
Registered

"

l" 600

402",665
469,,000

con?

Erie ft

4,000

Jersey lat

Serlea C

3,000

cons

79X Aug.

2

13

80

Mar.

2

63

June

1 103X Jan.
93
Jan.

73

83X Oct.
63X Oct.

21

1

45" ""Oct" *27

18

22

34

Oct.

32

Oct.

17| 32X Oct.

87

80 X

80

Sale

91X

97
96 X

Sale

97
Sale

92

95

93

X

47

Sale

47 X

50

92 X
41

42 X
42 X

40

21X

Sale
Sale

Sale

18

29

22 X

10
4

30

25 X

4

2

29X Oct.
35X1 Oct.

30

20

30

85X

....

.....

5

5
Aug.
40
July 29
46X Sept. 16

50
Jan.
8
57 X Feb. 17
46X Sept. 16

16

June 22

18

June

June 25

25

20

23

85

90

84 X

24

June 23

Oct.

27

87

Oct.

1

63

24

7

82 X Jan.

May 27
11

93

Oct.

31

93X Oct.
96X Oct.

39

Oct.

10

47

41

Oct.

28

12X Oct.

11

47X Oct.
21 X Oct.

19

Oct.

11

29

2

Oct.

28

20

65

86 X
84X

85

95

90

92

83 X
89 X

89 X
89 X

60

75

60

Oct.

69

Jan.

21

70

Jan.

14

38

Jan.

14

49X Jan.

14

28

Aug.

Apr.
Sept.

30

Oct.

34

Oct.

21

24

25

Oct.

34

Oct.

5

20

Feb.

5

Oct.

2

45

Mar.

8

Mar.

8
Oct.

8

June

29

4

29

Aug. 10

51
34

Oct.

21

34

Oct.

5

June

89

Jan.

13

Mar.

100

July

14

70

Sept.
May
July

100X Oct. 14
32X Mar. 10
82
Sept. 13

71
98
«93

100X Oct.

75

78

74X July
92
Sept.

32X Aug. 26
45
Jan. 14
Aug. 24
Sept. 12
87X Sept. 30
94
Sept. 22
97
Sept. 6
92
Sept. 3

45
42

31X July
6
July
8X July

Oct.

90

.-...

----

100X

1

93X Oct.

99X Oct.

99X
22

25

25

Oct.

Oct.

17

Oct.

29

85

Oct.

29

65

June

87

Mar.

89

Oct.

18

92X Oct.

7

80

May 31

95

Mar. 30

50

June

77 X Aug. 23
66X Feb. 15

Sale

76 X
50

73 X

Sale

73X Oct.

76X Oct.

50

Sale

50

Sale

44 X

Sale,

44X"o"ct^

51X "Oct"

99

Sale

99

99X 100

9
57X June
7?8X June
2
39
July 29

51

41X
41X
42

68
34

Sale

Sale

34

X Sale

90

84

38

Sale

39 X
61

85

'

85
89

42 X

44
5

Sale

36
34

4X
3X
6X

29 X
28 X

1

36

Oct.
Oct.

28

35

Oct.

25

99

Oct.

99

June

90

.....

Sale
Sale

39X Oct.
41X Oct.

20

June 28

22

May 31

13 X June 28

34X Oct.
34JX Oct.

24X Oct.
24X Oct.

13

12X

75

June 27

83

Jan.

15

Oct.

20

72

35

43 X

6
6
15X

5X
3X
5X
..

68
Sale
6
15 X
7

Oct.

28

89X Oct.

6

43

4

Oct.
Oct.

Oct
Oct.
Octi

20
6
20
27
27

23

Oct.

44

Oct.

5X Oct.

20

23

5

43

June 29

3
2 X

23

May 13
June 28

5

June 22

,5

Oct.

311

12

Oct.

28

6

Oct.

111

50

92

99

87

99

76

82

71

77X

"77*

Oct.

Oct.

7

83

50

69 X

66

Oct.

7
29

77

62

74

Oct.

13

32

Oct.

28

35

Oct.

83

Oct.

5

85

65

Jan.

88

8

86

100

44

49 X Jan.
49
Jan.

86 X July

89

85

1933

X June 28
July
8

86 X

95

1933

63X Mar. 3
58
Mar. 2
99X June
6
51X Jan. 14
49X Aug. 23

93
91

67

84 X
86

20

50

95

16

85

87

7

1982,M N

99

42

......

37

60

99 X
39
41

8X

8

85

67 X

86

Oct. 1945

70X Mar. 12
75
Feb. 29
83X Oct. 21

25

97

93

4Xs...l952|M N

2,000 Frees Elk ft Mo V lat 6a

7

19

89

....

98 X

.....

Ft Worth ft Denrer City 5X«

Apr.

2

25

.....

34

97

24'

7

2.X

25

104

23X Oct.

37

26

40

90

65

1941
1961

29

45

32 X

86

B.1940
1940

4X«

Feb.

27

Oct.
»

27

M N

Fort St U D Co 1st g 4 Hs

18

19
84X Jan. 15
88X Jan. 23
93
Feb. 19

June

45

37 X

1927 ...1967

1957

14
28

June

77

31

39

set

2

Oct.

83

89 X May 27
87 X Mar.
7

60

21

Sale
40 X
25X 100X

Sale

39

,.1975 A O

28

35

83X Oct.

35 X

41

....1955

Oct.

53X June
1
55
May 27
82
May 26

Oct.

31

42

18,000 Gal? Hous ft Hend lat 5a
Ga ft Ala lat cona 5a

83

11

66 X

38

3X1...

(Amended) 1st

28

25 X
32

35 X

Fonda John ft Gl gan ref

8

76 X June

Oct.

Oct.

14

50

38

67

Certificates of deposit

8",666

X June 14

83

73

83X Oct.

38

92

O

J
1,000 Fta Cent ft Pen consol gold 5s ..1943
D
6,000 Fla East Coast lat 4X«
1959
1st ft ref 5a ser A
1974 M S
27,000
"

June 13

80X Oct.

91

66 X

O

3 X»

Sept. 22

91

Aug. 23
Jan.
9

81

50

O

Genesee Rl? RR 1st a f 6s
Erie ft Plttsb gen gu g

95

June 13

50

O

f 6a

a

97

Sept. 22

4 102

75

44

1953

4s Series D....

Ref ft lmpt gold 5a aer
Ref ft Imp 5s ser 1930

Apr. 26

86X Oct.
80X Oct.

13

38

1953

Con? g 4a Ser A
do
Ser B

Do

Gen

90

J

...

Penn coll truat g 4s

41,,000
20,,000

.....

25

11

26

52

2

...

Oct.

13

Oct.

52

45

89

Jan.

Oct.

Oct.

50

2X

J

...—

lat consol gen lien 4a..

30

94

82

58

30

D

M N

4H*-1961

19

80X Oct.

78

76

S

1995 J

gold 4s.........

1 .000 East Tenn Va ft Ga

40

28
11

83
58

66

Sale
35

Sale

9

Oct.

66

Sale

46

29

98

Oct.

Oct.

81

Oct.
Oct.

46

46

107

Aug.

95

70

95

56

37 X

Oct.

73X

81X
52 X
77 X
83 X

7 X

J

Sale

84 X

Sale
Sale

46

Sale

96

19 100
25
96

69 X
81

77 X
83 X

5

1935 J

4a

4Hi
Detroit ft Mack lat lien g4a_.

East Ry M No Di?

.....

83 X
62

92

Certificates of deposit.

Second

80 X
72 X
84

45

Oct.

83
...

73

*58" Sale*
36X

J
Dul Mlssabe ft Nor gen 5a.......1941 J
20,000 Dul ft Iron Range 1st 5a
1937 A O
1,000 Dul So Shore ft Atlantic g 5a
J
1937 J

117",656

90

28

1978

B

81
73

56
60

3

58

76

81

77 X
76 X
80

.....

100

.....

82

70

ft R Gr West gen 5a Aug 1955

Ref ft Imp mtge 5s aer

Detroit Rlrer Tunnel lat gu

158";66o

77 X
88

..1936

Dea Plalnea Val lat guar

27,000

D

5Hs

Dea Moines ft Ft D lat gu g

2,000
"

D

1943

5s

Gold

20 X
33

1936 J

Del & Hud 1st ft ref 4s

Del Rl?

"86",606

45 X

1942 J
1952 J
1936 J

lat lien ft ref 6a series B

276,656

60

31

Oct.

70

93 X

87

67

Col ft Tol lat ext 4a

7

Oct.

80

64 X June

16

83

Sale

Sale
80

Jan.

76 X

3

Jan.

65

nl

100
95 X
97
71X
90

85

89

80

93 X
.....

19

59X June 15

iob"

106

Feb.

56 X Aug. 20

70 X
Sale

81

97 X
93 X

Sale

63

26

82

86 X
63

25

27
13

91X
76X
75 X

80 X
85

Feb.

95

Oct.

82 X
95 X

16

Oct. 28
6 102
Sept. 19
Sept. 19 75
77 X Aug. 23
Feb.
~

Oct.

80

A

83 X July
93 X July
75

Oct.

91X

A

28

Oct. 28

70

98

83

F

93X Oct.

5^02

75

100
95X
97 X
71X
90

75
80
75

25

89

96 X

80

75

92X Oct.
99X Oct.

75

......

O

J

Sale Prices.

79 X
95

75X
89

75

O

A

X

Sale

70

86

A

F

93

92 X

75

Sale

A

MN

Sale Prices

"70 X

62

1942
1942
Series C gu 3X*-1948
2,000
Series D 3 Ha
1950
General 4Xa series A
1,000
1977
2,000 Clev Short Line lat gu 4X*---—1961

J

Highest.

Sole Prices

y

4H> •«* B..1942

Series B gu 3H*-Series A gu 4H>

Lowest.

$n If prices

70

90

93

M N

A A

102

95

80

71

1940 J

"1,666

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Highest

56 X

77 X

"76"

66

61

St Louis DI? lat coll truat g 4s.l994(M N
Spring ft Col Dl? lat g 4s
1940 M S

5s

93 X 102
Sale

99

W W Val Dl? lat g 4a

"2^666

•

Lowest

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid

100 X
70

97

100 X
64
75
63 X Sale
70
8754

...1939
1991

Clet ft Marietta 1st gu 4h(

Bid.

,4s*

"70i" "78"

Ref ft Imp 4a aerlea C
1941
Ref ft Imp 5a aerlea D..„_.
1963
Ref ft lmpt 4 X* aerlea E
.....1977

Cle? ft Pitts gen gu

'

'

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Price

1993

Cle? ft Mahon Valley g

'

*

92

1993

General 5a aerlea B

Cln W ft M Dl? 1st g 4s

8,000

21

EXCHANGE—BONDS

'

"95 X

1V4.4

C C C ft St L den 0 4a

Cairo Dh let gold 4a

7,000

•

1932.

>5 ft*

A--2020
2020

Clearfield ft Mahon let ltd £ 5a

1,000
6,000
40,000
72,000

•

Bid.

34,000 Cln Union Term 1st 4X®
177,000
1st mtge 5s series B

¥,665

"

Jan. 2

I

"

'

3*9

Sales in

October.

Value.

•

65

27

96X Aug. 19
81
May
5
77
Oct.
7
32 X July 28
8X May 26

14
13
25

Apr. 29
Mar. 31

86X July

8

42X Jan.
4
60
Mar. 26
8
Sept. 6
7
Sept.
1
17
Mar. 23
9X Apr.
4
96X Aug. 19
94X Sept. 12
96
Mar. 10
75
Aug. 23
18
Jan. 26

Ga Caro ft Nor lat 5s 1929

20

Extended at 6% to 1934
4,000 Georgia Midland 1st 3s
1946
Gout ft Oswegatchie 1st 5s......1942

92 X
M S

Grays Point Term 1st gu g 5s ...1947 J

D

70

71

67 X

69
63

48

Sale
53

69

60 X
62

Sale

51

65

20

J

.1977

Feb

ctfs A..

con

g 4X«

5

"34X

O

A

O

J

J

1999
1999

5s
.....1937 MN
ft Tex G 1st g 5s lnt gu
1937 J J

1st gu

gold 3Xs
Registered

1st

Gash sale,




25

Oct.

40

Oct.

22

40

Oct.

22

38

Oct.

13

41

Oct.

4

53
52

2

45

35
20

40

95

94

100

90 X

92

90 X

82 X
85 X

88
100

40

91
82 X
67

98

Sale
Sale

75

85

92 X
.....

87 X
57 X

J

80

85

80

73

99X
Sale
Sale

76

70

June 29
Mar. 16

9

14

Sept.29
85
Jan. 14
78X Feb. 26
73 X Mar.
8
74X Mar. 1*
87

~7

X Aug.

2Z

90

Aug. WZ

50

Jan.

16

25
6

85

Oct" 14 *85*

June 23

52

Sept.

Jan.

25

40

Apr.

7
5

May 26

94

Oct.

4

Aug. 10
08OX Mar. 2
83X Aug. 19

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

20

66

Oct.

88

89
88

85X 100
■ 86
92X
95
98
82 X Sale
50
Sale

73 X

May 26
Aug. 22
May 26

98X Jan.

22

88

Mar. 23

90

Sept. 27

16

95

75

Oct..

89

Mar. 31
Sent. 26

90

June

Feb.

27

Aug.
5 n96
89
May 31
May 26 64

72

June

28 a88

Jan.

29

75X Oct.

26

Oct.

93

87X Oct.
57X Oct.

60

Oct.

18
27
13

75X Oct.

26

75X Oct.

95

Oct.

82

Oct.

47

95

75

80

20

90

79

2

Mar.

29

9

Mar. 12

26

65 X July

14

61X May

80

4

75

Sept. 22

2

67

J an

*

15

May 24
49X Aug. 22

68

Aug

25

66K,

Oct.

4

A O

A O

1951
1st gold 3s sterling—.....—1951
Collateral truat gold 4a.......1953
Refunding 4s
1955
Purchased lines 1st 3X*
1952
Coll tr g 4s
1953
Refunding 5s................1955
15-year secured 6X>
1936
40-year 4X*
1966
Cairo Bridge gold 4s
1950
r

May 31
38X June
2
43 X July 15
40
July 14
38
July
~
61

21 X
3X

20

J

4s.........1951
1951

45 X June

86 X Oct"
70
Oct.

67X Oct.
62 X Oct.

41

M N

O

78X Oct.

62

94

90

5

10
24

11

45

100

20 X

63

Mar. 9
26 a90
14 104X Oct. 20
2 101X Oct. 21

Oct.

50X Oct.

38
75

75X 100

27

82X Oct.
55X Oct.

66

53

49 X
41

J

A

92X Jan.
87X Jan.

Oct.

25

80 X
20

5a........1933

g 5s

74 X July

20
21

1 104X

28

49X

95 X

M N

5s.........1937 J

24

Oct.

27 101 X Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

49

1933

Hous Belt ft Ter 1st

.....

63 X

3X
83 X
43X

MN
A

Extended lat g 3X«

43,000
8,000
29,000
434,000

4X

Housatonic RR con g

Hllnola Central lat g

1,000

20

56 X
54

80

Feb

179,000 Hudson ft Manhat 1st ft ref 5s A.1957 F
Adjust Income 5a...
Feb 1957 A
275,000

52,000
155,000

Sale

71

Houst tt ft W Tex 1st

~2",66o

69

*80"" "81"

Sale

Houst

"

"85" "90"

Sale

Gen 4X* series E

i02X Oct.
100X Oct.

Apr.

29X Aug. 16

41

Sale

68 X
66 X

21,000 Hock Val 1st
Registered

"i",666

90
Sale
Sale

76 X
68 X

Greenbrier Ry 1st gu g 4a
...1940
1950
2,000 Gulf Mob & Nor 1st 5Xa 8er B
1st mtge gold 5s series G
1950
19,000
Gulf ft Ship Island ref 5s...Feb 1952

"f,66o

89

78 X

83 X

103 X
101 X

Gen 4Xs Series D.........-..-1976 J

Debenture ctfs B

"i"66o

102X Sale
101X Sale

Gen mtge 5H« Ser B......
1952 J
Gen mtge 5a Ser G...........1973 J

Green Bay ft West deb

"

90

34

40

40

Sale

83

...

33,000
104,000

94 X
Sale

94

650,000 Gt Nor—Gen 7s Series A .......1936 J
J
Registered
1st ft refund 4X« Ser A
1961 J
42",000
57,000

87 X
20

30

83

"3^666 Gr R ft I ex 1st gu g 4Xs
1941
302,000 Grand Trunk of Gan a f 7a .....1940
279,000
15-yer deb g a f 6s guar—....1936

81,000

15

50
61

a

Deferred delivery,;

30

S

O

47

59

MN

43

Sale

MN

31X
45 X

MN

41

J

J

11

A

D

64

62 X
54 X

Sale

Sale

50

64 X
74
51X

65

66

73

64

69 X

J

F

J

25

25

M

A

J

73X

73

37 X° Sale
65

42 X
61

72 X
Sale

61X
56 X

65
61

55

Oct.

Oct.

1

29

56

Oct.

62X Oct.

4

35

54

65

66

Oct.

Sale
62

45

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

4

49 X
58 X

66
51

20

25

June

58

Oct.

62

Oct.

20

37

64

67
Sale

60X Oct.

69X Oct.

5

35

30

42 X Oct.

1

19

July
6
May 31
May 31

50

Apr., 30

38
61

Oct.

64

June

1

55 X Sept. 6
68
Aug 30
82 X Jan
15
53 X Aug. 23

56

Mar. 18

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Hit
Sales in

Price

BONDS

October.

1932.

Bid.
Illinois Central

.1951 J

Ask.

Ask

Bid

hxd

Lowest.

Ask I

St Lou DIt & Term ft 3s

J

31%

49k

50k

J

26

75

60

.1951 F

A

74 H

48

Highest

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale

Sole Prices.

Sale Prices

60
48

.1951 J

.....

J

74 H
57

51

35 H
40

79
75

56Hi
58%

43 k
49

46%

94

78

.1951 J
.1951 J

J

Western Lines 1st ft 4s

.1951 F

A

F

.....

J

Sprlnftf DIt 1st ft 3H>

Sale Prices.

Prices

-75
86

~

-----

-

42

May 18
May 25

55

Aug. 24
Sept. 21

45

June 23

55

June

50

May 16
Aug. 10
48k Apr.
7

57

Jan.

78

78k Aug. 10
68
Aug. 20

50
'

52k1 63

I

51

Oct.

10

Oct.

52

24

61

6
16

A

Gold 3H«

000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN OCTOBER.

Oct. 31,

1.

.1953 J

Ter ft 3 His—

Omaha DIt 1st ft 3s

,000

Oct.

(Concluded)

Litchfield DIt 1st ft 3s
Lou 1st DIt 8c

PRICES

Jan. 2

T. STOCK EXCHANGE.

Value.

EXCHANGK-BOUDS

Registered

56

56

63

56Hi

78%
64/s

78k
64Hi

60

-

61

Oct.

19

36k Oct.

10

------

Oct.

61

19

111 Cent Ac Chic St L Ac N O—

300 000
27, 000

Joint 1st Ac ref As

.1943 J

A

ser

4H« series C

...

D

41

.1963 J

D

38 K
75

lnd Bloomlnftton At W 1st 4s... .1940 A

O

03

1965
1965

5s A
Gen Ac ref ftuar 5s ser B

41.000 Internet Ac

55,000
5.000

Adj

Gt Nor 1st 6s

12.0,01)
"

3", 656

1941 M N

1st coll trust 6s ftold notes

1947 F A
.....1938 J D

First lien At ref »hs
Iowa Cent 1st ftold 5s

Kanawha At Mich 1st ftu ft 4s
K C Ft S At M ref ft 4s

1990 A
1936 A
City South 1st ft 3s
-.1950 A
Ref At Imp 5s
Aprlll950 J
Kan City Term 1st 4s
1960 J
Kentucky Central ft 4s
1987 J
Kentucky At lnd Term 4M*
1*91 J
Stamped
1961. J
Kan

...

Plain

196

4,000 Lake fi At W 1st ftold 5s_.
2nd ftold 5s

6,000
105,000

Lake Shore At Mich Sou ft

Registered

5,000
"

Gen

30

40

42

36*

50
28

42%

42k
43 H

31

39

4

15

40

4

Sale

Oct.

10

28

Oct.

1

5

Oct.

25

8

Oct.

3

20

Oct.

14

20

Oct-

14

18k
Sale

19k Oct.
39k Oct.

21

20

Oct.

21

31

43

Oct.

4

31

Oct.

28

43

Oct.

4

30k Oct.

13

35

Oct.

29

5k Oct.

5

38
6

5k

70

75

46

52 k
Sale

49

57
46

Sale

89

Sale

76

k

80

-

•-

_

42k Oct.

59 k
Sale

-

80

27

51k Oct.

3

57

Oct.

18

62

Oct.

3

42k Oct.
87k Oct.

10
7

55
90

Oct.
Oct.

5

60

M N

57
June 17
34
June
2
35 k May 31
28 k June
2
78
May 31
54
June 20

76

Sept.26

70
70

Jan.

16

Jan.

20

71k Jan.

14

Sept. 28

June 29
June 27
June
1

76

70

76

67

May

3

79k Oct. 11
75
Sept. 2)

3

90k Mar. 29

83

45

74J4
50 k

92

59

80
Sale

74

79

80

Oct.

43

Sale

43

Oct.

56

50""

53 H

53

Sale

61H

56

83

June

55

Mar. 21

27 %

60

33

May 10
June
2
Aug.
8

84

Oct.

33

Aug. 20
Aug.
8

Oct.

35

June

3

63

Feb.

20( 54 k Oct.

80

-

47

50

50

Oct"

52k

50

Oct.

85 k

89

21

53

65

Oct.

22

65

Oct"

22

90

84

Oct.

20

84

Oct.

20

95

99 k

99 k

92 Hj
86

94k

D

-IIII "99~"

8

95

Sale
71k 75
98 k

81H Sale

...1952 J

92

89

100
95

86 k
35 k

71

Sale
37
77

96

92 k
85

95

91%
92k

99%
95

84

85

Sale

72 k

87 k

75

92k Oct.
Oct.

5

94k Oct.

6

28

87k Oct;

13
J
_

93

Oct,

80k Oct.
32k Oct.
72

Oct.

6

36 k

5

87 k
85 k

83 k
78 k

86
84 k

83k Oct.

29

61H

78

67

Oct.

5

60

65 k

65

Oct.

20

64

61k

65

57

Oct.

10

100

70%

~79\

91k
58 k

80k

....

62;

J

69k
80

J

89

70

62 k

59

20

Sept, 19 101

Fob.

!)

Oct,
87k Oct.

6
13

82k Jan.
70k Feb.

5
3

94 k

June

3

95

80

60k June
1
70
May 31
15k June
2
55
July
8

74

Sale

Mar. 24

6

Mar. 10

78

Mar. 11

June

Sept.

68

June

44

75k Mar. 14
95
Aug. 23
80k Apr.
4
56
Apr.
1

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Oct,

81

Feb.

Oct.

17

45

Oct,

20

June

Oct,

25

78

Oct,

70

July 21
Sept. 19

81

Mar. 10

95

Sept. 19

Oct,

July
8
Aug. lli
July

64

Feb, 2u

41

95 k

98

60

56

60

52

Oct,

20

56

52

67

52 k

67

52 k Oct,

14

52 k Oct,

95
50

51
80

80

85
17

Oct.

11

59k Aug. 22

65

30| 80

May

2

July 30

"2""Sept?26 "2" Sept."26
81

80

77

84

95

07

94

70

67

Oct,

8

67

Oct,

8

75

51k

75

50 k Oct,

8

55

Oct.

28

D

90

70

53
83k

D

98

8

68

54

73 k
Sale

76

HIIw At State Line 1st ftuar 3His..l941 J
J
Minn At St L 1st cons ftold 5s
1934 MN
8

-

F
F

117, 000 M St P At S S M 4s stpd

1938 J

000

1st cons 5s

1938 J

1st cons 5s

J

000

lit At ref 6s series A.....

1938 J
1946 J

000

15-year ft 5Hs._
1st ref 5Ha series B

J

J

69k
54 k

52

70 k May
45
May

45k Oct,

22

3k Oct.
2k Oct.

25

54

40

Aug,

75

80

4
15

2k
3k
2k
k

5m
11
2k

___

3k

k

8

Jan.

6

85

19, 67
9,
11

Apr. 14'
July 22

Oct

39

42%
Hi

33

"45""

50

2 k Feb.

5

11
2k
8

4

3 k Sept.

3k Oct.
2 k Oct,

50

Sale

37 k
50 k

13k

29

8

20

22

a2.5

J

37

45

71

21k

40
52

26
Sale

71k

3 k Sept. 19
5
Mar. 18

47

Sale

44

Oct.

Oct.

35

34 k
50 k
18

39
Sale

37

Oct.

6

49

Oct.

26

38k Oct.
55k Oct.

35

17 k Oct,
«15k Oct.

27

24

23

15

25

60

63k

3
1

k June 29

5

8k

J

000

_____

Sept. 27
Oct.

8

55

Sept. 22

87

June

74 k Sept.
69 k May

6

8
5

89

7%
7%

MN

1949 M
..1978 J

96

84

July

40

J

1949 M
Ref At ext 5s series A
......1962 Q
Certificates of deposit......
Q

Oct.

5

45

4

O

Temp ctfs of deposit....
1st At refund ftold 4s

16

76

89
Aug. 22
82k Jan. 15

20

1979 J

1947 M

24
7

17

70 k Oct .
62
Oct.

1940 A

1934 J
.1934 J

87 k Oct,
50
Feb.

June

3

101

85

93 k Oct,

85

Oct.

74

45

8*
48*

Mar. 10

Aug. 10
May 31
Apr. 16

3

55

100

22

Oct.

Oct,

95

66 k
70

50

Oct.

84

11

85
85

65

Oct,

72

51

50 k

22

May 24

87k Oct.

70

45

85
45 k
75

<

100

51k

47

.

65
61

91

72

8
S

76

Oct
Oct,.

67 k Aug. 22
90
Mar.
7

_____

67 k
62

Sale

24

87k Oct.

13

69

74 k
60

93 k Oct.

27i

77

83 k

23

35 k July 15
June 22

93

83

34

96

79" Sale"

1955 M N
1934 J

92 k

-----

Mar. 15

Oct,

70

79

82 k

69

51

3
31

84 k
96 k

98

83k Mar. 11

83

84

83

1951 M S
1952 M N

65

24

50

Feb.

6
10

6

8

Jan.

5

5

Mar. 18

June

18

28
26
27
18

31

Mar. 18

June

16

72

Oct,

43

Aug. 29
Aug. 12

80

Jan.

79

Feb. 26
Mar.
2

13

24

23

Oct,

May
May
17 k Oct.
12
Aug.

Oct,

21

72

Oct.

40

7

30

Oct,

6k Sept.
6

3 k Sept.

50k Aug. 23
50k Aug. 23
60
Aug. 23
37
Aug. 23
4

Term

1941 MN

f 4s.....

1949 J

60

60

-----

J

72

80

J

29

45

27

68

78 k

Sale

26
76k

24k Oct.
75k Oct.

4

52

24 k
75

Oct.

D

14

78k Oct.

1

May 20
14k May
5
55k May 31

J

62H

67Hj

73 k

Sale

63k

64k

64

Oct.

26

1

38

1962 J

J

73k Oct.

52

68

54

1978 J
1967 A

J

63k Oct.

56
42

Sale

O

Mississippi Cent 1st 5s
37, 000 Missouri-Illinois RR 1st 5s ser A.1959 J
......1990 J
96, 000 vio Kan Ac Tex 1st ft 4s

85
28

84

72

Mlssour-Kansas-Tszas RR—
Prior lien 5s series A.........1962 J

40-year 4s series B
Pr Hen mtfte
4%e aer D
Cum adjust 5s series A

Oct.

50

J

10, 000

3

90

85

66

90

Mex fnternat 1st 4s asstd
1977
Michigan Central-Detroit Ac Bay
City Air Line 4s
1940 J

22, 000

6

32

J

s

28

Aug.

11

81

1941 J

1st Chic Term

June

27

1941 A

Cent

ai*

20

87

1946 F

MStPAtSSMAt

9

Oct.

90

___2003 A

Int

12

Aug. 22
5% Aug. 2*
5
5 k Oct.

35

58

75

j

14

50 k Jan.

79k Oct.

II

60

St Louis DIt 2d ftold 3s
1980 M
Mob Ac Montft 1st ft 4H*———1945 M

as to

14

63k Oct.

Oct.

80

2003 A

fttd

Jan.

48 k Jan.
64
Jan.

25

■

54

At ref 4His series C...
Gold 5s

______

14

50

29

J

Mil Ac Nor 1st ext 4 Hi a (1880)
Cons ext 4Ha (1884)
88.000 Mil Spar At N W 1st ftu 4s

Jan.

Oct.

69

3Ha

Jan.

30

Oct.

40 H

Kef Ac Imp 4Ha series C.

Sept. 17
14

60

77

J

3%b

91

8

47

63

84

5His seriea A........2003 A

South Ry Joint Monon 4s
Atl Knox At Cln dlT ft 4s

Sept. 13

63

8

1st

Aug. 26

80

63

1937 MN
J
1940 J

______

113, 000

3,

84 k
80

Sept.

56
92

68

94 H
82

11,000 Midland of N J 1st ext 5s

35, 000

5k Oct.

72k

81

8

10
91
17
15 k
27
2
25
13 k
27
13 %
30
24 k
17
23
1
18
11
2k
25
2k Apr.
9
% Mar. 15
72
Sept. 26

60

75

Unified ftold 4s

Jack L Ac S ftold
1st ftold 3Hs

21, 000

22

6 k
19 k

May
Sept.
June
May
May
June
May
July
Apr.
May

Sale

90H
75 k

Mahon Coal RR 1st 5s..

27,
54,
18,
8,

23 k

2

Oct.

79

-----

June

39

77

95
80
54

2,000 Manila RR South Lines 1st 4s___1939 M N
2,000
1st ext 4s
1959 M N
Manlto S W Colonic ft 5s
1934 J D

18,000

61

79

80

faducah At Mem DIt 4s.

8,000

Oct.

65

47

1945 M

1st At ref 5s series B

1,000

39

Sale

A

Registered

2__

8

77 k
72

75

1949 M

Man G B At NW 1st ftu

Oct.

51

8

LouIst At NashT ftold 5s

10, 000

30 k
4

74

84

39

94

Aug. 23
Aug. 23

63

82 H
56

3,000 lou At Jeff Bridge ftu ft 4s

21, 000

89%

50

73

.

1934 J D
.1937 M N

...

16, 000

k

41

58

80

22 k June

71k

65

1949 M

1st At ref

55

Oct.

69 k

64

D

1938 J

Guar ref ftold 4s

1, 000

30"

70"'

137.000 Louisiana At Ark 1st 5s series A..1969 J

130, 000

J

1935 A O

Unified ftold 4s

10, 000

39

75

65
92

1965
....1962 MN

Deb ftold 5s

120,000

90
.

1954

...

20-year deb 5s_.

51k
61k

48

1945

9,000 Long Island ften ft 4s

12.666

70

65

61k Sale
62Hi
77
83 k
83

59

8

Sale

-----

2k

70k
58 H

J
1940
2003 M N

ftold 6s

63,000

15

27 Hi

23 k july

Oct.

1941 A O

Little Miami ften 4s series A

5,000

24

72 Ha

J

...........-.2003 MN

Ry 1st ftu ft 5s
5",000 Lehigh At N Y 1st ftu ft 4s
1,000 Lex At East 1st ftu 5s
cons

15
-----

91

D

..............

Gen consol 5s

20 k
4

7% Sale

3k
v2H

1997 J
1997 J

Leh V Ter

Long Dock

J

4H>-.—————.2003 M N

cons

87k
Sale

28

50k Oct.

40

81 k
44

87 k

Sale

19

1941 J

Leh Vail Harbor Term 1st 5s
30,000 Leh V (N Y) 1st ftu ft 4%•
79,000 Leh Val (Pa) ften con ft 4s

38.665

J
O
O
O
J
J
J
; J

75

Sale

lj J J

1937IJ
3k*

.....

Registered

94

37
36

1951 M S
James Franklin At Clearf 1st 4s.. 1959 J D

102,000
111,000
202,000
199,000

85%

Sale

1st At ref 4s

Allefthan Ac G R 1st ftu ft 5s..1938 J

46%
78

44

90 Hj
90

2k>

Certificates of deposit

Kal

75
39

46 H
17

1952

mtfte 6s series A_.July 1 1952

1st mtfte ftold 5s series B
J
1956 J
1st gold 5s series C
J
1956 J
7,000
30,000 Int Rys of Cent Amer 1st 5s B—.1972 M N

27.000

85
95

.....

I 45% Sale

49Hi
_____

69

lnd 111 At U 1st ftold 4s
1950
1.000 Indianapolis Ac LouIst 1st ftu 4s.1956

lnd Union ften Ac ref

Sale

50

Jan

47%

63

65

60

54

Oct.

26

71

55

60

14

58

Sale

35

40

57
34

Oct.

42

Oct.

10

42

5

3

31k June 15

Oct,
...

June

14

36

Oct,

1

al2

June 22
June
2

85

68

70k Sept.
60

6

7

Jan.

14

13
14

Missouri Pacific RR Co—

75, 000

1,174, 000
979, 000
101, 000
1,886, 000
272 000

883, 000

1st Ac refund 5s series

General 4s....

A..

..1965

...........1975

ref gold 5s series H
1st & ref 5s ser I
1st

8

M

...1978

......1949
......1989

51% Sale
34

1977 M N

1st Ac ref 5s series F
1st A ref ft 5s ser G
Conrertlble ftold 5 Ha

F

Sale

50%

Sale

49

Sale

MN
M

O

A

A

32 %
48 %

.1981 MN
J
3d 7s ext at 4%
July 1938 J
J
Mobile A Blrm prior lien ft 5s ...1945 J
J
J
Small.
J
J
...

Mo Pac

Sale
Sale
50% Sale
57

32

35

21k
31k
31

Small

r

1945

J

__

Cash sale,




a

Deferred delivery.

J

Sale

26

Oct.

11

32

Oct.

3

15 k
28 k

Sale

13k
24k
24k
12k

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10

21k

Oct.

1

22 k July 21
7
May 31

63k Jan.
41k Jan.

10

31k Oct.

1

21

60

Jan.

13

31

Oct.

4

60

10

21

Oct,

1

32

25

Oct.

10

3

28

Sale

24

Oct.

10

31k Oct.
31k Oct.

69

89

Sale
32

20 k
31°

Sale
32

31k
65

Sale

93 k

27

11*

Sale

28 k
Sale

95

May
22
May
a5
July
22
May
21k May
53
Apr.

13

Jan.

14

46k Jan.

28
14

31
31
9

60

Jan.

60

Jan.

69

13
Sept.29

1

57

Aug.

90
25

75
._

31
31

95

90

95

.....................

Mortgage gold 4s...

28k

Sale

54 k

"49 k

July

4

N. T. STOCK
Sales in

N.

Value.

Jan. 2

15

.1938 M S

Mobil* Ac Ohio tfen gold 4a.-

Montgomery Dli lat tf 5a..... .1947 F A
Refunding 8c Improv't 4%a — .1977 M S
Sec 5% notea

.1937 J

4,000
19,000

lat guar gold 5a.;.
Morrla 8c Eaaex lat gu 3%a
1.000
Constr M 5s ser A
Constr M 4%s ser

10

20

70

D

.1955 MN

1978
1937

Nashville Chat 8c St L 1st 4a
1,000 Naah Fla 8c Shaft lat gu g 5a

.....

70
56 H

F

A

F

A

A

92

14

39%
7

6%
7

8

■■

58

Ask.

93

15

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

6%

24

Oct.

8

8

19

6

Oct.

5

2

87

82

80

84

74%

75
94%

71

72%

65%
66%

67

94

.....

95

87

87

28

Oct.

Oct.

28

88
82

3

62
81

74% Oct.

81

31

77

Oct.

19

81

Oct.

19

74% Oct.

"74% Sale

Oct.

24

80

Oct.

5

81

Sale

69

65
46

72%
70

15

Oct.

70

Oct.

15

July 21

"l% July "15

73

75

O

Oct.

5% Oct.

7

5%

94

90

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Prices

20

35%
6%

6

88%
76%

Sale

Sate

22

1.

......

74%
96%
95
77

J

.1955 MN

B

52

74%
Sale

Highest.

Lowest.

31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

97

J

.1937 J
.3000 J

....

Ask.

75%

4a..... .1941 M S

Mont Cent lat gu g 4a....

2:1,000

12H

.1938 M S

....

Mohawk & Mai lat gu g

Oct.

Oct. 1,

1932.

T. STOCK EXCHANGE.

Bid.

12,000
17,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Price

BONDS

October.

23

EXCHANGE-BONDS

68

July 13
Apr. 25
Aug.
May
July
Oct. 19
June
6
May 26
June 22

21

20

July

23%

Jan"28

28

Jan.

75% Jan.

27
4

95

Sept

27

90

Jan.

77
86

Oct.

8
3

Feb.

15

80

Aug. 30

72

Sept. 30
Sept. 29

83

National Ry of Mexico—
Prior Hen 50-year a

31,660

Aaaent cash

1977

Aasent

5

No

receipt

warr

2

Fliit

cons

1951
4 on
1954

gold 4a

Assenting cash warr rect No

5s.......1945
4s.................1945

1.000 New England RR cons
Cons guar

N

8 ,000 New Orleans Term lat 4s....

12 ,000 N O Tex 5c Mex non cum lnc

33 ,000
9 ,000
26 .000
49 ,000

First 5a aerlea B__

—

J

70

J

J

35

.1953

65
28 %
16
24 H

1956
1954
1945

,006

54 ,000

63,000

N

N

-.1997

J

J

J

1974
1978
Y Connecting 1st gu 4Ha A...1953
1st gtd 5s series B
....
1953
Y 5C Erie 1st ext g 4s
1947
3d ext gold 4Ha
1933
Y 8c Greenw L guar g 5a
1946
3000
1973

N Y 5c Harlem g 3 Ha

,5,000 N Y Lack 5c West ref 4Ha B
N Y 5c

Long Branch gen 4a...
N Y 5t N E Boston Ter lat 4a..
N

35

Sale

O

M N
J

J

A

O

72% Sale
85%
66

68%

"86"
81

Sale
68

P

A

F

A

71

F

A

76

F

A

6

A

O

M

S

F

A

F

A

M N
M

65

34

"

Sale

75" "Oct" 3 i

75

Oct"

31

6
6

3% Sept.

27

Feb.

3

2% Jan.

28

Oct.

201 68

Oct.

1

50

70

25

Oct.

241 34

Oct.

5

20

45

20

30

25

Oct.

25

3

27

26

Oct.

36% Oct.
32% Oct.

23

Oct.

10

35

Oct.

1

25% Oct.

27

38

Oct.

1

"l8~"

29

92

95

92%

70

71%

62

75

66

56
Sale

45
50

8

4

61

Sale
73
75%
78% Sale
75

Sale

54% Sale
71%
73%
62%
69
73
73%

WA
71

99

92" "Oct"

6

95

Oct.

17

Sale

11

70

Oct.

3

26
26

73% Oct.
53% Oct.

4

Sale

53% Oct.
67% Oct.
43% Oct.

Sale

47

Oct.

1

67%

75

Oct.

11

61

73% Oct.

22

78% Oct

70% Oct.

10

69

81

75

Sale

43

Oct.

69%
62%

Sale

78% Oct.
1! 75
Oct.
10
54% Oct.

Oct.

46

68% Oct.

69

4

75
Sale

72

Oct.

ID 73

Oct.

71

69

73

68% Oct.

3

75%

Sale

75

Oct.

4

80

Oct.

24%

Sale

Sale

39%

Sale

33

Oct.

3

50

Oct.

24

33%

Sale

38

Sale

32

Oct.

6

42

Oct.

27

25
20 %
82

Sale

22

29
Sale

23

Sale

19

Oct.

10

25% Oct.

25

23

Oct

Sale

22

Sale
92

88%

19%
85%

90

90

83%
95%

77%
25

M N

.....

75%

75%

70

80%

MN

77%
69

50%

45

a67% June
2
67% Mar. 15
51
June
2
63
July 26
31
June
2
60
June
3
59
May 10
61
June
4

79

82

22% May 26
32
Oct.
6
14% May 31
12% May 31
75
May 19
67% May
2

74% Mar. 11
42
Oct. 27
46% Mar. 11
40
Mar. 10
89
Oct.
6
93
Mar. 17

19

Non-con v debenture 4a..

.1947 M

8

52

1.000

Non-conv debenture 3%S--.

.1947 A

O

51

Non-conv debenture

.1954 A

O

....

1

16% Oct.

11

87

87

Oct.

27

89

Oct.

6

94

91% Oct.

25

91% Oct.

25

Oct.

26

75

Sale

82%
95% 100
75%
72

—-

69

J

42

70

62

70

43

57

Sale

50

65%

43

....

Oct.

31

62

Oct.

31

56

Jan.

28

69'

Oct.

18

50

Oct.

18

50

Oct.

18

July

7

67
61

June

16

.1955 J

51%
56 %

58
57

61%

65

61

4

65

Oct.

""8

.1956 M N

56

68

60

63 %

62

65

62

Oct.

14

62

Oct.

14

40

May 31

Convertible debenture 3Ha.

.1956 J

J

51 %

43

Oct.

21

51

Oct.

21

37

J

89

82

55%
78

51

.1948 J

55%
83

43

Convertible debenture 6s...

54
92

73

Oct.

28

82

Oct.

3

15,000
21,000

Collateral trust 6s

57,000,

lat 8c ref 4H*

8
31
27
27
21
27
26

J

J

General 4a
N Y Prov 5c Boaton

83 %
52

95

78

82%

77

Oct.

31

56

53

54

30

50

47% Oct.

24

5
81% Oct.
53% Oct. rs

D

70 %

66%

71

63%

67%

62

Oct.

10

69

Oct.

4

.1954 M N

60 %

72
85

78

84

83

Sale

80% Oct.

26

83

Oct.

31

50

Sale

49% Oct.

14

54% Oct.

1

38% Jan.

47% Oct.

3

34

June

Oct.

29

85

O

4a...June 1993 MS
1955 J D

4a..1993
1937
1937
General gold 5a
1940
Terminal lat gold 5a. .........1943

10,000

Y Suaq 5c West lat

77%

31H

ref g 5a

139,000 Nord Rya extl a f 6Hs
75,000. Norfolk South 1st 8c ref 5a A

M N

1946 J
1950 A
1961 F

J
O
A

.1941 M N
140,000' Norfolk 8c Western Impt 5t ext g 6a 1934 F A
2.000 Norfolk 5c West Ry 1st con g 4a
1996 A O
100,000

1996 A
.1944 J

Registered
Dlv 1st 5c gen g 4s
Pocahontas C 8c C Joint

4s....1941 J

J

D

North Cent gen 8c ref 5s ser

8

Gen 8c ref 4%s series A

M
A

102%
88

1937
16", 000 Oregon RR 8c Nav con g 4s
1946
88,000 Oregon Short Line 1st con g 5a.. 1946
Guaranteed con 5a
1946
35,000
222,000 Oregon-Waah lat 5c ref 4s
...1961
7,000 Pacific Coast Co lat g 5s
12.000 Pacific RR of Mo 1st ext 4a
2d extended gold




70
-----

89 %

50%
104%
6%

31%

90

60

Sale

18

35

"3i~"

31%

60

Sale
Sale

8

40

26

103% 104
96% Sale

Sale
88

100%
102%
65

Sale

79%
Sale

95%
94

Sale
-----

102

a

93%
83

..—

62%

78%

75
76

73

Sale

65

Sale

65%

103

90

66

72%
.....

55
45
83
95

O

82

89

J
J

94%
94% Sale

J

J

72

1946 J D
1938 F A

18

19%

81

90

78

86

J

J

74

47

86%
80%
78%
89%

55

July

54

Jan.

15

Oct.

21

Oct.

18

30

Oct.

6

31% Oct.

31

15

June
Jan.

39% Jan.
92% Feb.

19

92

45% Oct.
104% Oct.

10

Oct.
Oct.

3

28

June

62

Jan.

12

2 106% July
28
20% Jan.

14
29

Feb.

26

51

10 106

20

6% Oct.

5

96% Jan.
4
July

Oct.

14

12% June

26

97% Oct.

14

Oct.

24

96

18

93% Oct.

5

Oct.

27%
83%
83%

69

Sale

June

35

Oct.

Oct.

13

45

81% Oct.

26

85% Oct.
62% Oct.
63% Oct.

Oct.

25

61

Oct.

31

1
26

17

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

65

Oct.

7

54

Oct.

7

61

Oct.

15

68

Oct.

3

76% Oct.
64% Oct.

26

82% Oct.

11

73

Oct.

!i

17

72% Oct.

3,

5

49% Oct.

271

65

Oct.

100

June

1

86

55% Apr.
May
50
Apr.
38
May
45
May

15
26
4
31
31

80

June

1

48

48

48% June
100% Mar.

2

104% Sept. 22
14
97% Oct
86
May 12
96% Sept. 28
93% Oct. 24
99% Apr. 19
85
Aug. 23
50
Aug. 24

June

87

85
40

50

78% May
80% Feb.
86% June
a79

54

70
Sale

6

18

62

Sale

Aug. 23
29

21

94

3
7

Aug. 23
Aug.
5
18
18

Aug.
56
July
77
Sept.
90% Mar.
82
Sept.
82
Sept.
10% Mar.
65

7
8
12
12
7

---

49% Sale

47% Oct.

12

54

Sept. 10

82" "Oct" 29

90

Jan.

28

July

87

82"" "Oct

90

83
90

100

102%
83%

77% Jan.

5

102

51%

71

Oct

June

100

77%

Sale

..

11*

1*

Oct"

Sale

68

Aug. 22

Oct.

Oct.

92

83

61

Mar. 10

Oct.

99%

85% Sale
80%
82
61% Sale

12

21

94%

45

Jan.

36

-

43

Mar. 11

18

26

45

Mar.

59

31

6

33

9

94

77
83

Oct.

22

80%

9

21

Oct.

94%

9

Mar.

58% Sept. 2
95
Jan. 14
92
Mar. 21

31% Oct.

21% Oct.

99%

81%

100%

D

85

22%

4%

66% Mar.
68

60

92% Oct.

Sale

93

97

J

Deferred delivery.

103%
93%

70

A

8

29

90
Sale

80%

54

J

Sale

15

78%

J

5a..........1938

50%
104%
4%

65

Mar.
5
Mar 31
Mar. 12

70

Oct.

Oct.

"76"

CaUf guar 5a.... 1938

General gold 5s

—rrh

Sale
13%

"62% "74"

J
14,000 Ogden 8c Lake Ch lat guar g 4a..1948 J
Ohio Connecting Ry lat 4a
1943 M S
2 ,000 Ohio River RR lat g 5a
1936 J D

Cash sale,

44
92

72

39%

36%

Jan 2047

Registered...
Ref 8c Impt 6s Series B

r

.....

56

Ref 5c Impt 4H*

Northern Ry of

50

"86"

42

85

45

55

72

75

94

91%
85

71%

Series A.....2047
2047
Ref 5c Impt 5a Series C_____
2047
Ref 8c Impt 5s Series D
37,000
2047
North Pac Terminal lat 6a
1933

13.000

23

80

260,000 Northern Pacific prior Hen 4a...1997
36,000
Registered
1997
Gen lien ry 8c Id gt 3a
132,000
Jan 2047

"

96 %
13

O

1.000

81

90

52

8

4,000 Northern Ohio lat

42,000
389,000
21.000

30 %
51

Sale

42.

O

M

A—1974
1974
guar g 5s_.
1945

M* Sale
47%
81

Sale
43

60

3.000 Norfolk 5t South 1st g 5s_.

8,000

40

Second gold 4H*

58,000 N Y Westches 5c Boa 1st 4H«

13,000

40
78

1942

gen 4s

N Y 5c Putnam lat con guar

2,000'

July
49% May
61% June
55
May
30
July
42
May
68
Apr.

.1967 J

Harlem R 8c Pt Chea lat 4a..
N Y Ont 8c West lat g

T.ooo, N

73%

61% Oct.

.1957 M N

of 1937

June 14

81% Sept. 19
Oct. 26

62

Non-conv debenture 4a

.1940 A

1

—

Non-conv debenture 4s.....

...

Jan.

84

50

80

....

40

15,000
1,000
52,000

18,000
1,000

Sept. 26
Sept. 23
92% Mar. 10
82% Mar. 24
72
Jan. 21
76
Sept. 2
68% Apr.
1
73
Oct.
3

14

June

33,000

Registered

1

73

11.84

34
40

Debenture 4s

Jan.

80% Aug. 23
72
Mar.
9
78% Mar. 31

Oct.

81

70
90

9,000^

92

68% May 31
Feb. 10

40

....

43

221,000

44% Jan. 14
50% Aug. 23
89% Aug.
9
95
Aug.
8

8

4.000

'

30
23
23
24

18% May 26
June 24
May 27
80
Jan. 26
92
Oct.
6
35% May 28
56
June
2
32
May 26
33% June 24
16

Y New Haven 5t Hartford—

3%S-..

Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

68

Sale

91

45

63% May 13

92

78%

*58% Au"g"."25

64

70

54

May
6
July 28
July 22
16% June
1

29

55

92

73%

2% Sept. 24
52% June 14
75
Oct. 31

35

Sale

70

1
Jan. 16
52% June 14
75
Oct. 31

90

29

37% Sale

1

75

36

M N

.1939 M

18

80

8

.1941 M S

2% Oct.

3

2% Oct.

94

79

'*2% "Sept.*"28

1% Apr.

20"

72

Refunding 5Hs aeries A
Refunding 4%a series C

000

Oct"

68

37%

40

76

A

J

148, 000
656 000
1

Sale

series A......2013
series C
3013

279 000

17, 000 N

34

O

N Y Chic 5c St Louis

1.149, 000

38

34

A

1st g 4a
1937 A O
A O
Registered. .......
......—
6% gold notea
...—1932 A O
Certificates of deposit

59,000

60

40

68%
Sale

Registered.................1998

66%

90

20

86

.....

Registered
1997
Debenture gold 4a
.........1934
Debenture 4s of 1912.
1942
Ref & Impt. 4%s series A
2013
Lake Shore coll g 3%a
1998
Registered....
.......1998
Mich Cent coll g 3 Ha
1998

205 ,000

89%

55

67%
68%

156 ,000 NYC5cHRg mtge 3H«-

2%

72
Sale

Sale

A

Ref 5c Impt 4Hi
Ref 5c impt 5s

11

.

2%

1%
62

61

68

F

30

Sale

75

68

40

M N

5a_„1935
1935

Con sol 4s series A

2%
72

62

70
Sale

1998

Npt 5c Cln B gen gu g 4 Ha
N Y 5c Bklyn 4MB cons g
97 ,000 N Y Cent RR conv deb 6a

657 ,000

85
102
80

2%

~

35

5e .1935
1954

A

-

60

........

"2 ,000

1

56

J

Sale
97%
94%
89

First 5H* aeries

163 ,000
751 .000

6

1%
M N

series C...—1956

1st mtge gold 5«
lat 4H* aerlea D

60 ,000

....

1986
1952

1st 4s
O & East ref 4%s series A

N J Junction RR gu

-

..

2\r

"l% "2"

on

Hen g 4%a ...1936
Assent cash warr rect Nov 4 on

Naugatuck RR 1st g 4s

I % Oct

1% Jan.

"2%

Sale

Nat RR Mex prior

16,000

2%

1%

f 4H«.—.-1957
recta No 3 on

warr

Guar 4a Apr 1914 coupon

78%
91

29

82

Oct.

91%

Oct" ~17|

-----

.....

100%
-----

.

101

102

Sale
Sale

Sale

81

30
87
88

84

87

85

88

89 %

Oct" "3

29j

July 28 80
91%
May 23
88
May 12 102
88% July
1 102%
60% June
2 84

70
77

98% Oct.
100% Oct.
79% Oct.

Oct.

25

20 102% Oct.
11
83% Oct.

7

27% Oct.
a83% Oct.
a83% Oct.

27

17% July 25

11

87

Oct.

14

72

June

25

85% Oct.

27

74

May 27

17 102

8

27% Oct.

2

13

30
90
93

13

Sept. 23
Oct. 17
Oct

25

Oct.
7
Aug. 23
Aug. 25
Jan. 19
Mar. 18

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Sales in

II

BONDS

October.
Value.

Price

Bid.
j

Paris-Orleans RRExt

a

4H»~195t j

8

8

Ask.

94

m

Oct. 1.

18,000 Paullsta Ry 1st 8c ret 7s........1942

50

102

55

35

Sale

73H
91H

80

81

94

Sale

9454
9454
9834

Sale
9554

Lowest.

Lowest.

Aik.

95
75
102J4 102

88"*

Sale*

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN OCTOBER,

Oct. 31.

Ask.

Bid.

95

f 5H«~-1968 M

Paducah & Illinois 1st ■ f

53,000

PRICES

Jan. 2
1932.

sS

n. y. stock exchange.

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale

93

10254 10154 Oct.

18

Highest

Pricei I

Oct.

24

30

Oct.

8154 Oct.
9654 Oct.

31

60
88

9254

92J4 Oct.

95H Jan. 11
26 al0454 June 6
4
65
Mar. 17

June

94

80 J4 Oct ,
94
Oct,

8

45

30

Prices

Mar. 29

8854 Jan.

6 10254 Oct.
'
4054 Oct.

40

Sale

Penn Ohio 8c Detroit RRt

40,000
11,000
30,000
18,000
59,000
336,000
146,000
308,000

91",006
225,000

130,000

y
1st 8c ret gold 4H" series A.—1977 A O
Penn RR consol gold 4s........1943 M N

58,660

M N

82

F

A

40-year fts....................1964 MN
Debenture gold 454»
1970 A O
General 4^s series D
......1981 A O

84

Sale

84

Sale

83

66

Sale

69

Sale

70 54 Sale

80

Sale

51

J

2,000
1st mtge 4Hs series b
2,000
1st mtge 4H> series C
27,000
5,000 Pitts Y 8c Ash 1st gen 4s

J

A

O

M N

Oct.

5

3

Oct.

29

89

94 54

98

86 H

86
81

24

Sale

F

A

M

D

A

O

J

J

95
90

"74"

90
|

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98

96J4

99

J

94

45

95

4054

O

45

55

.....

O

46 H
76

.1956 M

9

.1951 A

76

Gen & ref 4Ha series A...—.. .1997 J
Gen & ref 4Hs series B
.1997 J

J
J

85J4
90

65""

76

76"
76

80

74H

..

.

.

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.

87 54

85

.91
83

8554 Sale
7854
80

-----

—

---i

61

8854

98

9834

Sept. 2
Aug. 24

20

96H Oct.

20

86
80

June

9654

Oct.

Aug.

84

Aug. 17
Sept. 20
Aug. 30
Feb. 17

8l

Oct.

"7

Oct.

11

25

Oct.

3

25

99H Oct.

25

18

9554 Oct.

18

18

97

31

Oct.

94

-Tune 30

90

10

84

Oct.

10

84

Oct.

80

Oct.

13

92

Oct.

13

Apr.

92

8154 May 20
80
Apr.
1
8454 Apr. 25

92

Oct.

86

Oct.

Oct.

"8

87
Feb. 26
52 H May 31

93

24

85

Oct.

31

91

Oct.

5

55

June

2

78

Oct.

8

82

Oct.

3

58

July

8

88

-----

4Ha..1934

9754 Oct.

10

90

41

4154 Oct.

31
5

73
38

38

Oct.

38
43

Oct..
Oct.

13
1

8554 Oct.

7

--J-.

4254
39 %

10

3754 Oct.
85J4 Oct.

Oct.

76

74H
Sale

8654

95

9654

85

56

Jure 2?

§5 " Get" 31

8
5
July 22
8554 Oct
7
8854 Apr. 11

Mar.
7
5354 Feb. 25
5634 Mar. 10
8554 Oct.
7

36
32

Aug.
Aug.

7454 Mar. 2
5754 June 24
57
May 26
6554 May 31

M

S

50 %

37 34

41H

65

Island 1st g 4s
1947 J
St Lawr 8c Adirondack 1st g 5s__ 1996 J

J

61

70

J

J

.......1996 AO
1933 MN

River 5c Gulf Div 1st £ 4s—

6854 Sale
47 H

68

75

43 54

4454

3954 Sale

3054

46

50

31
4954

.....

58

Prior lien 5s series B__ .......1950
Certificates of deposit

81H

84

83

82

.

1978

J

j"~J
m"S

18

95

Oct J 18

6754 Oct.
4254 Oct.

26

69

Oct.

10

3

75

Jan.

17

4754 Oct.

3

3054 June 28

56

Jan.

14
9

2754 Oct.

11

43

Oct.

4

20

14

7354 Oct.
8554 Oct.
8454 Oct.

7
25
5

"32" "Sept."~7
95

93

Jan.

45

June

18

.

1

io

Jan.

30

May 21

60

Aug. 29

35

June 13

50

85

Aug. 19
Oct. 18

June

8354 Oct.

28

85

Oct.

18

61

Jan.

5

Get"

10

6654 Oct.

19

5254 Oct.

10

8954 Feb.

3

6554

50,54

54 K

50

55

4654 Oct.

24

52

Oct.

3

3554 June

1

83H Jan.

22

9
1154
954
1354

34

14

5254

70H
Sale

16

19"" Sale"

1454
1254 Sale

J

170,000
37,000
150,000
429,000
316,000
69,000

24

26
Sale

23

Oct.

48

37

Oct.
Oct.

95

9454 Oct.

97
96

95

Sale
97

9654
99
99 J4
9554 Sale
85
78

9854

1943 J

66

1942 M S

73
87 H 10354

A

O

A

J

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D

D

64

70

86

May 1 1969 M N
1981 M N

Deferred delivery.

76

71
65
55

5

15

June

4354 Aug. 23

1

2454 June

60

Jan.

26

73

76

Oct.

25

5

48

Oct.

25

76

Oct.

25

22

96

Oct.

22

98

Oct.

13

9754 Oct.

21

15

11

Sale

10

12

12

20

54
2Vs
254
354
354 Sale
3
5H
20

154
154

2

154

6

154
354

O

Sale
6554
99

88

Oct.

27

78

88

78

Oct.

14

Oct.

14

98

Oct.

5 10054 Oct.
18
6954 Oct.

20

88
78

Oct.

27

65

Oct.

97

Oct.

6

97

Oct.

3

86

17

90

Oct

1

11

Oct.

1

3

10

Oct.

3

154 Oct.
Oct.

3

6

102

454
4

11
254

4754 June
37
Apr.

Mar.

Aug. 18
Aug. 23
Jan.

26

62
62
Sept.
Sept. 7
98
8954 Aug.
Sept.14
92
May 31 10054 Mar. 23
85
June 27
9854 Aug. 17
Mar.
7954 Aug.
4
2 92
68
Mar.
3
July 29 81
87
July
5 10054 Oct. 20
44
July
8 8054 Mar. 9
80
Oct.
6
July 12 97

94

8554

96

11

23

11

Oct.
Oct.

1054

10

Oct.

8

19

6

154
454

154
254

Aug. 17 100

Sale
454
18

3

154 Sale
5

454

4

354
854
254
1%
154
154

Sale
4

Oct.

5

254 Oct.

27

1*

4

4

8
9

254

2

Oct,

13

11

July

12

1H

154 Oct.

1

254 Oct.
154 Oct.

June 27

5

Sale

79

7054 Sale

65

Sale

95

75

5654 Sale
82
8554

6

June

454

50

Sale

10

July

80

6254
72

June

June

90""

5754

2

5
20

8954

56

4

Oct.
Oct.

96

Sale

Oct.

12

Sale

8354
5754

5
4

13

57
81
56

14

14

Oct.

Sale

Sale

154 June 20

154 Oct.

81
63 H
73

63

"2 54 Oct"

54 July 21
154 June
2

11

12

21
89
80

60

7054 June
1
90
10
Aug. 13 r25
454 June 10

454 Sept. 13
2
3 54

85

76

1

6

2

154
35

24

16

May

28

11

-

1
14
Aug. 27
2654 Jan. 22
l5
Sept. 2
1254 Sept. 9
Jam

15

Oct.

4754 Oct.
2954 Oct.

11

Oct.

9554 Oct.

14

Jan.

1654 Sept.

42

Aug. 22

90

12

80

8054
9954
6354

96

96
Sale

7654
1154

9454
9654
9454

97

6254

1968 M

1950 A

87

94

154

1934 J

90

-----

90

...

Gold

43

18

21
4
27
15

...

96

1st 4H« (Oregon Lines) ser A.. 1977 M




75
91

99

A

a

46

Sale

95

Convertible 5s

Oct.

15

5

95

1935 F

9

6654 Oct.

27

85

9

3

Oct.

'6654

39

8

5

11

3654 Oct.

Sale

3

14

50

73

O

Cash sale,

15

10
17

Oct.

Sale

1940 J

1936 F

r

Oct.

Oct.

9

37

93

Gen cons guar 50-year 5s
1963 A
Sou Pac Go 4s Gent Pac coll Aug. '49 J

Gold 4Hs
San Francisco Term 1st 4s

1154

954 Oct.

6654 Oct.

Sale

July 22
Oct.
July
Oct.
July
Aug.

1354 Oct.
1254 Oct.
1254 Oct.

42

99 %

..1935 FA

4H*

4

4

66

95

Certificates of deposit

Gold 4Hs with warr

I

4854
3454

May 1933 MB

South 5t Nor Ala cons guar 5s

1

Oct.

44

Certificates of deposit

1,000

3

16

45

1937 J

Seaboard 5c Roanoke 1st 5s extd.1931 J

101",000

Oct.

1354 Oct.

54

1945 MS

Series B

15

18

30

95

Certificates of deposit

8,000

10

15
18

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

40

1972 J

Adjustment 5s..
Oct 1949 F
Refunding g 4s...............1959 A
6s series A

7054

1254
1154
1154
1354

27

1934 A

Certificates of deposit
38,000
Atlan-Birm Div 1st g 4s
3,000
12,000 Seaboard-All Fla 1st 6s A

11

—

66J4

1934 A

1st g 5s

-

69

J

1st g 6s

1354 Sale
1154
1454 Sale
1154
25

55

42 H
60

5,000 Sclo Vail 5c N E 1st guar g 4s
1989 MN
7,000 Seaboard Air Line 1st g 4s.
1950 A O
13,000
Stamped........
.........1950 A O
A O
Certificates of deposit

cons

Sale

1 3 54

28
F

1933 J

...

....

1st 8c

14 % Sale
1354 Sale

32Sale"

26

J

.1933 J

1st consol gold 6s
6s reduced to gold 4Ha..

Montana Ext 1st gold 4s
Pacific Ext sterling guar 4s
2,000
70,000 St Paul Union Depot 1st 5s
22,000 San Ant 8c Aran Pass 1st guar 4s.
2,000 Santa Fe Presc 8c Phenix 1st 5s..

68", 606

2654

4s.... .1933 J

T, 000

14,000

Sept. 23
96H Mar. 12

8554
81
84

1947 J

St Paul E Grand Trunk 4H>

23",606

40

5254
5354

1054

.....

Sav Fla 5c West

8654 Aug. 24
8554 Aug. 23

8354

■

1154

1989 J

2d gold 4s income bond..Nov

Registered...

8

Oct.

8

51

..........

1st terminal 5c unlf 5s
.1952
37,000
Gen 5c ref 5s series A-.1990
53,000
59,000 St Paul 5c K C Short L 1st 4Hs--. 1941
2,000 St Paul 5c Duluth 1st consol 4s .1968

14,000
41,000

Jan.

18

25"" ~90~"

Certificates of deposit stamped

cons

5

14

58

50

Certificates of deposit

St Paul Minn 5c Man

2

May

—

Prior lien 4s series A .........1950 J

28,000 St. Louis Southwest 1st g 4s..., .1989 MN

49,606

June

Oct.

71

St Louis Iron Mtn 5c South—

30,000

90

75
79

65

52

40 H
25

Gon M 4Ha series A
Certifs of deposit....

56

8254 Oct,
8354 Oct.

"7454

95

55

"75"

42

10,000 St Jos 5t Grand

96,000

1

Apr.
9
92H Jan. 16
94 H Mar. 14
8554 Jan. 27

5

66

J

St Louis-San Francisco Ry

10

13

Oct.
Oct.

9754 Oct.

35
35

73

28

Mar. 12
July 12 100
9554 Sept. 22 9754 Oct. 10

90

8254

8554 Oct.

99

8954

Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g 4s_1949 J
Rutland 1st cons g 4Ha..
1941 J

268,000
30,000
97,000
5,000
419,000
33,000

Mar. 21
13

Jan.

Oct.

28

.1940

Guar (Jan 1922 coupon)

.1939
51,000 Rio Grande Western 1st g 4s
1st con 8c coll trust 4s series A. .1949
20,000

221,000

Sept. 30
9754 Sept. 24

8554 Oct.

-.

3754
8554

20

97

1

28

Sale

84

9
2

June

8554 Oct.

91

7554
86
87

a9254 Feb.
91
Sept.

26

100

28

90

4;-

77
Jan.
1654 Apr.
9954 Oct.

85H Oct.

94

"25 " "7454

96 34
■

60

June

84

92%

"112

7454
8554
85 54

82 54
80

J

5s_, .1952

Rio Grande June 1st guar g 5s.. .1939
Rio Grande Southern 1st g 4s... .1940

Tune

91%

Sale

43

Sale

— _

-----

86

O

56

26

86

flH

---

-

---

65

I)

I)

Aug. 23

3154 July

6

88

:::::

-----

.1958 J

J

71

13

90

---

92

89H
82 54

Sale

-----

%

90

93 H

-

...

8054

90

.

—

90 ?4

100H
98 H

N

J

"4

Oct.

9554 Oct.
9554 Oct.

96

97

83

A

Oct.

Oct.

96

D

M N

F

61

55

22

----

Aug. 22
Mar. 10

47

22% Sale

-----

Mar. 11

10

79

Feb.

25

81" ""Oct" "7

9654
96H

55

65
80

21

81

93%

95

28
July
2% Apr.

Oct.

41

99% Oct.

96

90
Sept. 28
7454 Jan. 11
81
Aug. 23

4254 Oct.
96 H Oct.

86

100

88 H
95 H

June

50" "Oct" "II

Sale

90

J

Read Go

gold 6a

52

29

4854
Sale
9254
95
86
10054

.1957 M N

2d

5

Oct.

45 K

Rensselaer 8c Saratoga 1st gu 6s .1941 M N
Richmond 5c Mecklenburg 1st 4s. .1948 M N

"5",660

Oct.

3

4
7454

52
35

79H
8254

.1962 FA

Rock Ial'd Ark 8c Louis 1st

51

61

47

254

62

A

Providence Terminal 1st 4s

57,000

44

58

.1960 A
...

Richmond Term Ry 1st guar

3254 May 31
47
May 28

53

F

Providence Securities deb 4s

2,000

Oct.

60

.1943 M N

Jersey Gen coll g 4s

Oct.

80

55

O

A.. .1948

69

28

47

.1959 A

ser

14

7454 Oct.

554

88

.1943 J

1st gen 5s series B

53

6554 Sale
Sale

75 54

80

M N

.1940 A

-

Oct.

87

D

.1934 J

—

88

Sale

A O

1,000 PCC& St L guar g 4«a ser A—1940
Gon 4H" series B guar g_.
1942
Gon 4Ha series G guar g
1942
Gon 4s series D guar g_.
...1945
Gon 3Ha series E guar g
2,000
1949
Gon 4s series F guar g
1953
T.666 Gon 4s series G guar g
1957
Gon 4s series h guar g...
I960
Gon 4 Ha series I guar g.
"2",006
1963
Gon 4 Ha series J guar
1964
Gen guar 5s series A
17", 666
1970
50,000
General g 5s ser B
........1975
General 4Hs series G
19,000
1977

Pitts Va 8c Ghar 1st guar 4s
Pitts 5c West Va 1st 4Us ser A

Oct.

17

Sale

99 H
10134
19H
21H

8154 Sept. 20
9634 Oct. 28
9654 Aug. 22
96
Aug. 22
9854 Sept. 28
87 54 Jan. 11
94
Sept. 26
10254 Jan. 14,

Feb.

8554 May
4
85
Apr.
15
8654 June
1
5054 May
3 r54 54 June
4
7554 May

27 102

36

A

6

28

Oct.
Oct.

42

1974 F
1977 J

First consol gold 5s

53 54

3

10,000

18,000
153,000
13,000

Sale

51

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

25

80

■

9554
99 54
8554
9354

14
14

99 H Oct.

40

Oct.

Oct.

Sale

S ale

96

96

100

86

M.N

24

Oct.
7854 Oct.
87
Oct.

92

Sale

81

Pitts McK & Y 2d guar 6s
Pitts Shen 8c L E 1st g 5s

Sale

101

90 H

30

Gen g 4H« series G

Sale

8534
93 54

93 H
92
94 H
9954 Sale
80 54 Sale
8854 Sale

Sale

1940
1990

a f 4s
1937 J
2,000 Pine Greek registered guar 6s—1932 J

i~666

99 34
81 34

Peoria 8c Pelcln Un 1st 5Ha A...1974
Pere Marq 1st 5a Serlea A
1956

72,000 Philippine Ry 1st 30-yr

"

94 H

93 H

8154 Sale

88 H
98

1936

General 5s Series B

T.666

Sale

79

lat 4a Serlea B................1956
2,000
1st g 4Hs series C
41,000
...1980
1,000 Phila Bait 8c Wash 1st g 4s
1943

"2",606

88

General 5s Series B_..........1968

5,000 Peoria 8c East 1st cons 4a
Income 4s (flat)
1,000

88

M N

4s...........——1948
Stamped dollar bonds......1948
Gonsol 4K« issue of 1915..
1960
General 4H> Series A
.....1965
Gonsol gold

15-year secured iH*
Registered

.....

17

254 Feb. 25

60

96

8954 Oct.

13

Oct.

6

11

Jan.
Jan.

15

Feb.

1

5

254

Aug. 25
Feb. 25

75

June 28

8954 Oct.

85
29

Aug. 22

1

June

85
74

1
3

6254 Oct.
7154 Oct.

25

48

Sale

44

Oct.

10

56

Oct.

3

4854

Sale

45

Oct.

10

57

Oct.

3

48

51

44

Oct.

10

5654 Oct.

7954

85

,7754 Oct.

29

83

Oct.

1
13

48 H
58
31
29

July 13
July 23
May 26
June 29

2854 May 28
5954 May 21

2

15

654 Aug. 23
6
Aug. 23

13

2

9
24

754 Aug. 23
7
20

Oct.

57

7054 Oct.
8154 Oct.

80

1V* Aug.
Feb.
iH Aug.
7

19
16
15

8954 Oct.

85 H
47

Oct.

Feb.
Jan.

13

Aug. 22
Mar.
7

8454 Jan.
97

14
5

Feb.
73 H Jan
74
Jan.

11

72H Jan.

A

85

13

Aug. 27

N. Y. STOCK
Sal a in
October.

N.

y.

STOCK

Jan. 2

Bid.

41,000

80 Pac of Calif lat

cons

1937 MN

5a

J

1937
1955

Registered
Stamped Federal tax

J

7,000 Spokane Internet let g 5a
Staten Isl Ry lat gu g 4H*» -...-1943
Sunbury & Lewis ton 1st g 4s
1936

J
M

74,000

Gen 8c ref 5s aeries C

80

Sale

41

Sale

O

48 X

J

O
J

S

3,000

Sale Prices.

Highest

I

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

98

-

76 X

Sale

63

Sale

76

Oct.

26

63

82 X

Mar. 18 100X Sept. 17

May 31

86X Mar. 11

3

86X Jan. 13
75
Aug. 23

Oct!

3

50

76 X

Sale

40

Sale

42X Sale
55

70

25X
32 X
33 X

69X June

45

60
9u

55
48
75

25

33

Sale

28

20 >4

30X

94X

"65"

Oct.

31

75 XOct.

3

75

Aug. 23

24X Oct.
26X Oct.

10

32

Oct.

3

12

June

10

31

10

40
43

Oct.
Oct.

1
1

15X May 26
18
May 25
48
July 21

27

Sale
Sale
Sale

Oct.

70
62 X

44

Oct.

11

50

Oct.

15

44

35

30

Oct.

11

33

32

32

Oct.

4

33

Oct.
Oct.

1
11

11X July
5
19
July
7
60
Apr. 30

32

30

35

98X

V/A .?!*

95X
96X

99 X

99

82

80

80

26

J

33

Sale

Sale

69

72 h

67

70X

70

82 X

70

87 X

Sale

91

60

68
Sale

56

Sale

55

Sale

59

80

53

55

90

00X

94 X
102

O

J

91 X
75

92 X

13

99

Oct.

14

97

14
14

May 19
67X Jan. 23
45
40

60

Feb. 26
Aug. 23
Apr. 30

79

Oct.

8

68X Oct.

28

92X Sept. 26

20

11

20

88x jan.

14

85

80

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

31

70

73

Oct.

5

Aug.
June

61X June

26
3
1

8

89

Oct.

26

91

Oct.

3

75

Apr.

14

48
48

51
Sale

47 X Oct.

14

56

Oct.

1

28

June

1

47X Oct.

24

25

Sale

48

Oct.

22

55
Oct.
54 X Oct.

1

48 X

60

59

25

62X Oct.

28
40

90

77

Oct.
Oct.

26

77

Oct.

3
7
26

70

June
1
May 19
June
2
June 28

50

Oct.

11

50

Oct.

11

20

Oct.

7

20X Oct.

25

a95X Oct.

31

98X Oct.

3

81

90

81

79
77

85

76

85

55

61

41

54X

88

79

97 X

Aug. 10

Aug. 22
Oct. 20
Sept. 28
80X Aug. 24
78
Aug. 23
70
Aug. 10

May 28

32X Oct.

82 X
Sale

63

D

J

14

Jan.

70

3

25X Oct.
95X Oct.
97

97

63 X

65

A

11

Jan.

Jan.

87 X

A

J

Oct.

54
67
72
55

9c,

25

O

1

51

99
97

70

Jan.

70X
70X
89X
92X

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

26

3
3
7
5

75

86

97 X
86

63

63 X

Sale

84

Sale

84

85

100

101

96

Sept. 28

50

Oct.

11

75
60

Mar.
3
Sept. 28
May 25

15 X July

15

77

Jan.

80

96 H

Aug. 24

75

1928

8,000

Union

14X

Puc RR A land gr g 4a...1947

1967

-

J

June 2008 M

lat Hen A ref 5a

40-year gold 4s.

J

....

N J RR A Canal Co gen

J
S

1968 J D
4a..—1944 M S

Utah A Northern lat ext 4s

1933 J

Vandalia consol g 4a A......

1955

F

2003

27,000
1958
114,000 Virginian Ry 1st 5a ser A
1962
1,000
1st mtge
series B
1962
47,000 Wabash RR 1st gold 5a.........1939
71,000
Second gold 5s___...
1939
Deb 6s registered
1939
1st Hen 50-year gold term 4s.. 1954
Det A Ch Ex 1st g 5s..
1941
5,000
Des Moines DIt lat g 4s
1939
Omaha DIt lat g
5,000
1941
Tol ACblc DIt 1st g 4a...
1941
...

86 X

80X
93 X 106 X
72 X
74 X
90 X
93 X

J

5s (Feb *32 coup)

Ref A gen 4348 series C
Ref A gen 5a aeries D__

2,000 Warren RR 1st

ref guar 3 X*

2000

.1945
1945
1952
1977

lat 40-year guar 4a
91,000 West Maryland 1st g 4a...
First A ref 5X« aeries A
87,000
64,000 West N Y A Pa 1st g 5a.
General gold 4a
1,000
139,000 Western Pacific lat 5a aer A
49,000 West Shore lat 4s guar
10,000
Registered

4H«

98

95

83
Sale
.....

—~

30 X
81
70 X

70 X
30

A

35
Sale

97 X

Sale
42

72 X

49

54X
Sale'

95X
85

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J

J

A

O

17

M

S

21

27 X

70
52X

J

IX
85

18

2

Oct.

29

Oct.

24

64

Oct.

24

52

Oct.
95 X Oct.
Oct.
86

6

80

—

64

49 X

Sale

IX Oct.

95

69 X

64

Sale
Sale

49 X Oct.

93 X

90X Oct.

6
11

86
Sale

86

61

49

46X

Oct.

29

58X Oct.

25

46

Oct.

25

27

40

20X

33
51

33

Oct.

25

56

"16"

11

8

12

11
12

9X

11X
11X

9

55
60

85
90

88

91
_

59

Sale

61

36X

J

J

2361 J

J

67 X
m
63 X
69"
53
-J.
57 X
90
52 X
75

75
68 X

12X

31X

23X

95
38 X
77 X
72
70

56
60
69

June 29j
June 29
June 20;

21

June

Sept. 27

95

Mar. 16

80

Feb.

15

June

60
Aug. 23
II 95X Sept. 13

4

Oct.
Oct.

25

25

4

Jan.

8

86

May 31

79

Oct.
Jan.

1

59

Mar.

29
14
9

35
33

June 24

47

Aug. 24

June 21

73

Feb.

28

Aug.

2

46

Jan,

11

33

Oct.

25

Oct.

25

Feb.

6

33
60

7X Oct.
6X Oct.
6X Oct.

19
17
18

10X Oct.
9X Oct.
8X Oct

May
May
May
May

31
20
26
26

7

Oct.

11

9

Oct.

55 X Oct.

3

56

Oct.

2X
3X
2X
2X

.

65

60

66

56

Mar.

7

91

77 X May

14

fig
g*

58
60

56X Oct.
59X Oct.
99X Oct.

81

86X

81

Oct.

81

Oct.

33X

34

29X Oct.

37

Oct.

W*

Sale

73

77X Oct.

68

73

54

60X Oct.
64

Oct.

100X Oct.

Oct.

3

73

Oct.

3

19

Aug. 12
Jan. 24

19

Jan.

25

16X Jan.
16X Jan.

27

Oct.
56
Mar.
56
88 X Aug.

2
90
83X Apr.
37 X May 19 66 X
4
2
69 X
28 X June
4' a89X June
9 100 X
5

29;
4

5

65X

68X Oct.

55X Oct.

29,

72 X July

28

21X June
65
Apr.

2

62
50

5

May 19
May 18

19

27
3
7

9
Aug.
9
Aug. 23
Aug. 23
Oct.

4

2
91X Jan.
52 X Aug. 23
79
Aug 24

74

Mar.

69

Aug. 26

9

60

~79X

55

72

69

Oct.

6

Oct.

18

Sale

20X

30X

25

Oct.

21

32X Oct.

1

J

80

J

89

78

Sale
34
78

45

89 X
Sale

30

31X

.....

7X Sale
8
12X
7X
9X
7X
11X

63X
64X
100
100X Sale

28

91X

18,

75
55
23
70 X
70
52 X

40

"66""

85

Sale
Sale

June 22

4

50

59

84

80

52

25

...

June 22;

IX Feb.

35
Oct.

10

30

29

69X Oct.
49X Oct.

45

35

15

.....

3

70

S

1960 J

11

40

..1946 M

Winston-Salem S B lat 4a

Oct.

63 X

82

J
67,000 Wisconsin Cent lat gen g 4a
1949 J
3,000
Sup A Dul DIt A Ter lat 4s
1936 MN
J
Worcester A Conn East Ry 4X8.1943 J

8

3

96

30

Sale

Wilmar A Sloux Falls 1st 5s.....1938 J

-

Apr. 15
May 31

95X Sept. 30
88X Sept. 29
88 X Aug. 23
85
May 25 103
Sept. 24
2
56 X June
84
Aug. 23
89
June 28, 96
Aug. 29
70

25

9X

50 X
46 X

82X Oct.

1

22

98 X Sept. 29

4 a57 X May 26

7

40

91X

2361

21

33

98 X

85

A

~~

70

9X
9X

A

J

100X Oct.
79 XOct.
95X Oct.

17 87 X Oct.
27 87,X Oct.
17 101
Oct.

98
83 X

60

9

A

O

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

67

A

A

80

83 X
a84

60

J

F

86

89

68 X
49X

25

J
J

a84X May 31

83 X

"six "95"

J
..1937 J
1943 A O

....

aer

83

F

1966 M S
Refunding 5s ser B
1976 M S
20,000 Wheel A L Erie RR lat con g 4a..1949 M S
13,000 Wllkes-B A East lat gu g 5a
1942 J D
Wheel A L E Ref

95 X

83 X

MN

F

82 X

4

MN

F

101

83 X

1948 Q M

Wash Term lat guar 3X«

....

O

M N

B..1976 F A
..1978 A O
1980 A O

Wash Cent Ry lat g 4a..

20

Sale
96X
Sale
88

65

1975 M S

Wabash Ry ref & gen 5 X« A
en

93 X
87 h

76

J
A

98 X

78"" Sale

P Asstg

Va A Southwest lat guar 5a
First cons 5s

Ref &

Sale

A

lat 4tfa.. 1934
Virginia Midland general 5a..—1936 MN
A

91X

1957 MN

Consol 4s Series B

34,000 Vera Crux

J

J
J
June 2008 M S

Registered
First 8c refunding 4a
Gold 4H«

....

int

and 3570 return of principal

106,000
64,000
18,000
173,000
13,000 U

34,000
31,000
9,000

52

1942 M S
1946 I D

Ctfs of dep stpd as to Dec 1930

33,660

Sale Prices.

80

35

Ulster & Delaware 1st 5s

"2", 660

75X

'31" "33X

8

lat guar 4s series C.
Tor Ham & Buff lat 4a....

497,000

51X
.....

..1935 A O

1935
1950
B.1933

100X

Lowest.

Highest.

D

1979

General gold 5a
.....
Tol St L 8c West 50-yr g 4s.
Tol W Va & Ohio lat guar 4X»

Sale

26

J

62,000
Gen & ref 5s ser D_.
1980 }"D
8,000.Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term 5^s A..1964 M S
1,000 Toledo & Ohio Cent lat g 5a
J
1935 J
Western DIt 1st g 5s__

——

J

O

.1977 A

B

ser

77"" "80"

O

A
6.000 Taxarkana Ac F S Ry 534a ser A..1950
J
Texas & N O cons g 5s
1943
D
40,000 Texas & Pacific 1st g 5a
2000
Second g lac 5s (flat)
..Dec 1 2000 Mar
Gen ref 5#

.....

Ask.

O

23,000 Tenn Cent Ry 1st M 6s ser A or B.1947
25,000,Term RR Asan of St L lat g 4^8-1939
4,000
First cona g 5s__...
1944
10,000
Gen raf a f gold 4a
1953

86,000

100
80
82 X

Ask. Bid

Lowest.

J

1938 M S
1955 J J

Mobile 8c Ohio coll tr 4a

101X

Bid

Oct. 31.

J

.......1955 J
110,000 Southern Ry lat cona 5a
1994 J
Reglatarad
1994 J
Devel 8c gan 4a serlaa
308",606
..1956 A
Devel & gen 6a aeries A....
145,000
4956 A
Devel 8c gen
217,000
serlaa A.....1956 A
Memphla Div lat g 5a
1996 J
~9l",666
St Louil DIt 1st g 4s
..1951 J
East Tenn reorg lieu 5a...
1938 M

To" 566

95

Ask.

J

J
J

South Pac Coaat guar 4a
South Pac RR 1st raf guar 4a

Oct. 1.

1932.

k<£

EXCHANGE.

$

181", 606

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Price

BONDS

Value.

EXCHANGE-BONDS

70

52 X May 31
11
June
1

80
Sept. 21
35 X Aug. 23

80

-

82

85

39 X Aug. 19

40X

42

42

Oct.

26

45

Oct.

25

26 X

26X Oct.

27

30

Oct.

15X Oct.

28

21X Oct.

5

90X Oct.
62X Oct.
92 X Oct.

25X Jan.
16
July

5
6

80

Mar. 23

47 X Aug. 25
38
Aug. 23

INDUSTRIALS—

251,000 Abltibl Pow

A

1953 J
1943

D

A

Paper 1st 5s.

Abraham A Straus deb 5H>

52,000
17,000
79,000
5,000
10,000
381,000
241,000
605,000
26,000
47,000
11,000
15,000
6,000
789,000
33,000
193,000
104,000
3,000
168,000
165,000
90,000
24,000
360,000
749,000
556,000
159,000
910,000
5,000
63,000
31,000

18 X

Sale

16 X

O

With warrants..

29

30

Sale
92 X

Adams Express coll tr g 4a
Adriatic Elec Co external 7a

1948.-M S

62 X

1952 A

O

91X

AJax Rubber 1st

1936 J

D

r8

92 X
Sale

Albany Perforated Wrap Paper 6a 1948 A O
Allegheny Corp coll tr conT 5a..1944 F A

31X

Sale

23

Sale

a

f 8a

Collateral and convertible 5a..1949 J

D

Collateral & convertible 5s.

O

Allls-Chalmers Mfg deb g 6a

1950 A

18X Sale

liH

M
M
F
A

N
S
A
Amer Chain 10-year a f deb 6s
O
American Cyanamld deb 5a
..1942 A O
Amer A ForelgnPower 5a
..2030 M S
Alplne-Montan Steel 7a
Amer Beet Sugar cony deb 6a

American Ice

1953 J

f deb 5a

a

.1937
1955
1935
1933

Amer Smelting

A Ref 5a

aer

Amer Sugar Refg 15-year ,6s
Amer Tel A Tel Conr 4s

A...1047 A O
1937 J
J
1936 M S

........

30-year coll trust 5s
35-year sink fund deb da..

20-year sinking fund 5X>
Convertible debentures 4

....1946 J
I960 J

D
J

1943 MN
X*--1939 J J
1965 F

Debenture 5s

A

1940 A O
Amer Water Works A Elec coll 5a.1934 A O

Amer Type Founders deb 6a

Debenture gold 6a series A...1975
r

Cash sale,




a

Deferred delivery.

i

I

MN

Sale
Sale

44

47 X

29

32

43 X

57

73 X

78
Sale

31X

D

American IG Chemical 5X81949 M N
Amer Internet Corp conT 5 Xa..1949 J
J
Amer Mach 8c Fdy a f gold 6a
1939 A O
Amer Metal Ltd 5X> gold notes.. 1934 A O

65

60

77X

50
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale"

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

107

Sale

Sale

88
Sale

Sale

80 X
104
72X
65
Sale
88

100

89 X

70
Sale

68
Sale

74X

105
101
104 X

103 X
106 X
al06
102 X

56
92 X
69

Sale"

102
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

58
Sale

70X

603

Oct.
Oct.

89

Oct.

1

4

Oct.

25

30

Oct.

10

883

al8X Oct
15

Oct

11X Oct
83

61

14X June 22
May
July

31X Oct.

10 a31X Oct.
10 22X Oct.
11
18
Oct.

July
July
July
June

91

27
25
6

42 X Oct
73 X Oct

r8

Oct.

June

June

Oct.

May

26

64

Oct.

June

10

June

IlH

July
Aug.

51

Aug. 23

75

Mar. 14

a81

Oct

10

28

70

Oct.

11

80

Oct.

June

10

80X Oct.

Apr.

21 103 X Oct.
11
72
Oct.

Feb.

Oct

88
103 X
102
al04

Oct

28

95

Oct.

Oct

11 105

Oct.

Oct

4 102

101X
106 X
105X
101X

Oct
Oct
Oct
Oct

Oct

22

21
14
22

39

63 X Oct
79

23
24
31

86X Oct.
49X Oct.

74X Oct.
39X Oct.

76 X Oct

6
18

June
June

11

Oct

103 X Oct
64 X Oct

Feb.

Oct.
70
Jan.
92 X Oct.
r8
Oct.
46 X Jan.
41X Jan.
40
Jan.
Jan.
33

44 X Oct
25 X Oct

26

41

X Oct.
5 105X Oct.
11 103X Oct.
11 107 X Oct.

June
June
Feb.

Feb.
Jan.

May
May

7 106X Oct.

June

11 103X Oct.
58
Oct.

May
July
May

58

Oct

17

90

Oct

14

68 X Oct

25

93 X Oct.
74
Oct.

June

Feb. 17
Feb. 23

Sept.
Jan.
Mar.

7
29
8

Sept. 8
81X Aug. 23

103 X Apr.
8
81
Aug. 30
96
Jan. 13
105
Jan.
6
102 X Oct.
105 X Oct.

19
17
103 X Sept. 30
107 X Sept. 26
107 X Aug. 22
103'

97

Sept. 29

Jan.
Jan.
84 X Jan.

95

13
23

16

N.
ales

N

52,

781",
163,
28,
14,
1,
54,
123,

•

5,
198,
2,

115,
134,
78,
260,
284,

297,

Oct. 1.

1932.

~T"
105,

PRICES

Bid.

Ask,

Bid.

30
14

42

AngloChilean Nitrate 7s—
1
Ark 8c Memp Bdge 8c Term 1st 5s. 1
Armour Ac Co. 1st real estate 4
1
Armour Ac Co of Del 1st
1

85
73

92
Sale

64%

Sale

]

70

25%

1

6s

Armstrong Cork conv deb 5s

98% 101

Associated Oil 6% gold notes— I

5s..

Atlanta Gas Light 1st

94

1
]

77%
73%
70%
103
40

1

Bell Telephone of Pa 1st
First Ac ref 5s series C

1

101

Sale

95%
91%
83%
108%

:

102
75

Sale

107

Batavian Pete

gtd deb <H»

101
71

1

5s B

Beneficial Indus Loan deb 6s

85%

!

.....

75 %

99

97

30% Sale

Berlin City Electric deb 6H*---Deb sinking fund 6}^s.....—!

30

26 X

Debenture 6s..w-—

Sale

Sale
80

Sale
Sale

100% Sale

Belding-Heminway conv 6s

Baldwin Locom Works 1st s f 5s..1

5

80

51%

Sale

Sale Prices.

Lowest

Sale

42

Oct.

11

46

Sale

2

Oct.

18

5

Prices.
Oct.
5
Oct. 31

98
Sale

88
Sale

108

83%

80

Sale

72% Sale
75%
80
102% 103
95%
35%
36
101% Sale

98%
91%
85

106%
107%

Oct.

18

Aug. 23

80

Feb.

99
Sale
88

80

Oct.

25
11

45

25

50

102% Oct.
95% Oct.
35% Oct.

June

1

Aug.
76% Oct.
75% Oct.
94% June 14 103
Sept.
95
Jan. 15
95% Oct.

24

1

29

Oct.

3

85% Jan.

6

89
July
a70% Apr.
76
Aug.
Jan.
98 H

7 102

81

June 25
June
1

Oct.
14 103
24 95% Oct.
Oct.
17 40

20

98

Oct.

6
1

98% Oct.
92% Oct.

11

3

82% Oct.

6

13 108% Oct.
Oct.
3 108

1

5

98

Jan.

Oct.

31

64

June

85

5

20% May
20% May
19% May

54

Oct.

107

Oct.

84

Oct.

4

50

Oct.

27

50%
48%

Sale
Sale

50

Oct.

21

54% Oct.
Oct.
54

48

Oct.

27

51% Oct.

8

Sale

46

Oct.

31

19

90% Oct.
94% Oct.
14% Oct.

25

50%
92%
97%
16%
12%
41%
3%

Oct.

Sale

Oct.

18

Oct.

5

5

11

23
24
14
3

91% Oct.
82% Oct.
106

23
25

Jan.
Oct.

44

13 102

Oct.

Sale
Sale

5
2

101% Jan.

June 10

100-

80

Sale

46

7

76% Oct.
75% Oct.

4

Sale

Sale

Sale Prices.

May 27
57% June 25

13

Sale

Sale

May 26

1

31

Oct.

50

52

12

Oct.

73

84

49

Prices

72% Oct.

77

Sale

Sale

Highest.

Sale

75

77%

95%

40%
45
89
Sale

Atl Gulf Ac W I SS Line coll tr 5s J

Atlantic Refining deb 5s

75

5

Ask.

Highest.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.
45
43

78

Amer Writ Paper 1st 8

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN OCTOBER.

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE.

STOCK

Y

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Price

BONDS

ctobt

/alut

Y. STOCK

88*
90

Oct.

U

Jan.

26

109% Sept. 30
108

Oct.

Sept.
54% Oct.

5

6
5

Oct.

5

51% Oct.

8

Berlin Elec Elev Ac Undgrd Rys—

220,

1956

1st 6>is_.

23%

27

66,

Bethlehem Steel 1st Ac ref As g A. 1942

88

94

142,
10,
19,
2,
31,

1936
20-year pur Ac imp s f 5s
1950
Bing Ac Bing s f deb 6%s
Botany Cons Mills sec s f 6^8— 1934

95
25
17

Sale

17"

"2% ""4"

1941

65 %
70
100% Sale

Brooklyn City RR 1st 5s

Bklyn-M Tr R T Sec 6s

3

Brooklyn Edison Inc gen 5s A... 1949
1952
Gen mtge 5s series E

588,

53

58

8P
86%
30

56 X

1950
Brooklyn Union El 1st 5s—
Brooklyn Union Gas Go 1st g 5s. 1945

91%

sa

Sale

20

15

13

10

41

44%
3%
1%

"4%

65

Sale

4%
7

tH

80

79%

140

1950

95

Sale

Sale

41

Bush Term Bldgs 5s gu tax ex... 1960 A
By-Product Coke 1st 5%s ser A.. 1945 M

95
79
67
87
55

41

Gal Gas Ac El Gorp unlf Ac ref 5s..l

99

100

114

Calif Packing conv deb 5s.

70

Sale

136

Calif Pet

58
63
4

76
70

53

5%s
Debentures gold 5s

29
66

71

'V'

75
5
22

33,

98,
18,
237,
5,
662,

1981 F

Buffalo Gen Elec 4% s ser B

Bush Terminal Co lst4s

—.

A

1952 A

1955 J

Consol 5s

deb

conv

f g 5s

s

1

Conv deb s f g 5%s
1
Camoguey Sugar sink fund 7s
1
Canada Steamship Lines 1st 6s..1
Central Dlst Tel 1st 30-year 5s
1
.

Central Foundry 1st

70"

1957,M N

1st lien & ref 5s series B..

185
102

.

s

f 6s

.

Jan 1

72 X

;._J

f g 5%s A..

s

Gespedes Sugar 1st gold 7%a

Sale
90

Central Steel 1st sink fund 8s__.l
Certaln-teed Prod

Sale

86 X 100%
100

May 1

Cent Hud G Ac E 1st 5s

Cent 111 Elec Ac Gas 1st 5s

15
30

loo""

1

1

Ghes Gorp conv col tr g 5s May 15 1

1

99

Aug 1 1932 20% part paid.....]
Childs Go deb 5s
1

49

53

35

48
Sale

Ghic Gas L Ac G 1st gu g 5s

2% Oct.

4

30

47

103%
72%
94%

74% Oct.
106% Oct.
Oct.

Sale

101% Oct.
102% Oct.

102% 102
73%

Sale

100

41

~44"

71

Sale

Sale

Sale

96
98

4
2%
40% Sale
104% 105

75

48

104%

98

67

94%
95%
2%

Oct.

73% Oct.
44
71

18

Oct.

19

50

106% Oct.

19

97% Feb.
99% June

68

13 106
13

Oct.

27

87% Oct.

5

100

79% Oct.
10 108% Oct.
5113
Oct,

June

28

June

Mar. 10

Sept.

Jan.

Aug.

1

60

June

27

100

Jan.

5

103

39% Oct.

103% Oct.

June

113

Feb.

160

89% Apr.
100% Aug.

102

69

69

Oct.

Sale
Sale
6

92

Oct.

95

Oct.

5

Oct.

Aug.
Sept.
104% Sept.
102% Sept.

5

31
30
29
29

1

19

91

Jan.

4

54

June

80

Jan.

7

57% Oct.
75% Oct.
48% Oct.

3

26

71

Jan.

13

90

Jan.

14

25

July
35% June
34% June

60

Jan.

27

13

99% Jan.

7

Oct.

14

55% Apr. 23
80% Aug. 22
108% Oct. 27

6 104% Oct.

26

Sale

37
105 Sale

4 105% Oct.
Oct.
31 alb
96
Oct.
14

6

6

3

105%

a49% June

8*

76
96

Jan.

Jan.

10

97

Oct.

4

2% Oct.

14

1

June

24

2% Oct.
42% Oct.

14

37% Oct.
104% Oct.

3

14

June

Oct.

29

13

74% Oct.

28

54

85

Oct.

6

60

11

43

Oct.

1

8% Oct.

10

6

99% Feb.
85% Apr.
96% Feb.

21

97

5 105

Oct.

3

6 105

98

1

13

69

Oct.

1

104% 104% Oct.

17 105
31

Oct.

4

Aug.

1

105

Sept. 21

Apr.

77

Feb.

July
23% May

97
48

Mar. 29

5

Jan.

,V*

34% July
97

Oct.

13
Sept. 8
Sept. 26
Oct.

3
42% Oct.
105
Sept. 27
r99
May 24

6% July
102

16
9
19

10 102% Oct.
80
Oct.
15

Oct.

a*

105

8
11
16

13 102

28

104K 104% 104% 105
103% Oct.
75% 73% Sale
70% Oct.
80
85
87%
84% Oct.
39% Oct.
42% Sale
39% Sale
5
6%
6% Sale
6% Oct.
Sale
66
57
Oct.
64% Sale
104

Sept.

4% Jan.
1% Aug.
71
Sept.
106% Oct.
106
Sept.

68

8

Oct.

Sale

25

75

Jan.

Oct.

147

Sale

102" 101% 101%

75

Mar. 22

50

8

50

77

104

30
19

5
3

Oct.

158
Sale

21

Mar. 11

51
50

~59~"

%*

19

Jan.

98

Oct.

60

40
Sale

50% Oct.
97

May
May
6
May
30
July
IK May
Mar.

64

4

55

June

June

mA
I!*

Oct.

12

Chicago City Ac Gonn Ry 5s_Jan 1

19"

101%
104%

75
Sale
70

5

19

158

A

ser

Conv deb

8

108
107% Sale
112% 115% 112% 113% 113

101 % 103
106 % 109

1936

1st lien Ac ref 6s

5

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

107

1947

100

10

Oct.
105% 106% 105
Sale
106
Sale
104% Oct.
87% 85% Sale
83% Oct.

40

85

17
20

41

11

105% 106

70

1941

——...

Sale

Sale
Sale

2%

105%

'82%

1968

Bklyn Queens Go Ac Sab gtd 5s.. 1941
1st 5s stomped

90

96%
16%
12%
38

Broadway Ac 7th Ate 1st con 5s.. 1943
Certificates of deposit.

59,
200.

9L

30%
Sale

1934

Bowman-Biltmore Hotels 1st 7s

46%

Jan.

14

Aug. 10
105% Sept. 27

Feb.

31

20

Aug. 25
Sept. 17

Chicago Rys 1st 5s stamped
28

66,
177

175

49

Chili Copper deb g 5s
1
Cin Gas Ac Elec 1st mtge g 4s A..1
Colon Oil

13,
32,
201,
127,
334,
55,
149,
140,
130,
184,

6,
2,

27,
61,
28,
260

deb 6s

Colo Indus 1st coll tr 5s gu

1
Columbia Gas Ac Elec deb 5s__..]
Debenture 5s

Apr 15

Coll trust 5^8 ser A
conv

Consol Coal Md 40-yr 5s

Consol Gas (N Y) deb 5%s

458

Deb gold 4%a

918

Debenture gold 5s

55

58%
38%

~93~

85
89%
80% Sale
105% 106%
81%
81%
87%

99

77,
53,
56,
3,
2,
2,
31,
38,
6,
12,
19,
24,
66,
226,
76,
65,

297,
569,
496,
36,
12,
311,
320,
83,
14,
29,
1,'

135,1
87,

15-year deb gold 5s

f 6s

w w

Stamped

as to

25
6

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

26

87

Oct.

4

27

86

Oct.

4

26

86

Oct.

4

58

June

31

79

June

86

91%
Sale

6
J

91

1951

91

90%
101

Sale

102

"68%
95%

(Ltd) 1st 6s A..1966

Duquesne Light 1st mtge g 4%s A1967

Elec Pow Gorp (Germany)
1st sinking fund 6%S-__

First 1

s

1st lien

f 5s stamped

98

Oct.

15

87

10 102

Oct.

1

98

26

s

f 6s stamped

30-year deb 6s series B
r

Cash sale,

a




Oct.
Oct.

14 102% Oct.
11 104% Oct.

33

27

Oct.

18

40

13

w*

12

Oct.

24
21

24% Oct.
76% Oct.

3

77
72% Oct.
104% 103% Oct.
84
Oct.
84%
84%
60% Sale
60% Oct.

7 104% Oct.
86
Oct.
14

22

73

2

4%
3%
3%

80
62

65

50%
103

51

...1953
1954

51

61

Sale

1942

56
D

Oct.

24

Mar. 14
Oct.

4

Aug. 25
Sept. 28
Sept. 9

90% June 29 103
May 24 rl07%Sept.27
May 13 50
Aug. 23
5
June
6
33
Sept. 6
4
50% June
77% Sept. 29
73% Aug. 31 104% Oct. 22
62
June
2
88
Sept. 28
June
56
3
81
Sept. 1
44% June 17 69
Aug. 25
June
8
6
Aug. 25

88*

20

5
Sale

1

Oct.

28

Oct.

28

Oct.

Sale

11

4

Oct.

11

Jan.

Oct.

1

4

Oct.

1

1% Jan.
97% Jan.

5
Sept. 19
5% Sept. 29
29 105% Sept. 23

104% Oct.

105% Oct.

4

6

96

Oct.

7

90

Oct.

15

97% Oct.

Oct.

90

Oct.

Oct.

90

Oct.

92
92

11
18

Oct.

10

100% Oct.

101

Oct.

1

102

4

4

Mar.

8

96

Oct.

78

June

6

91

July 22

101

Oct.

1

3

25*
94

Feb.

Feb.

13 rl04

5

96

Jan.

29

Sale

101% Oct.
102% Oct.
96% Oct.

29

87

Apr.

Sale

100

101

Oct.

26

100

87% Oct.

20

66

Sale
71

75

Oct.

86% Oct.
67% Oct.
68
45

Oct.

Sale

102

Oct.
' Oct.

Il5~"

100
110

103

Sale

59% Sale

Oct.

Aug. 19

14

89% Aug. 23

3

50% Jan.

9

3

50
June
2
86% Mar. 5
37% July 11 81% Jan. 25
93% Mar. 1 103% Oct. 24
98
Oct. 17
July 20 104

Oct.

4

24

17

Oct.
Oct.

1

Oct.

14

Oct.

110

Oct.

7

50% Oct,
50% Oct.

53% Oct.

3

55

Oct.

4

64% Oct.
75% Oct.

13

31

Mar. 28

102% May 10

Oct.

10
101

66

19

Apr.

104

31

Jan.

97
13 101

Oct.

59% Oct.

11

4

103% Oct.

6% Oct.

52%
51%

Oct.

63

Oct.

Sale

70
80

7

Oct.

May 13
July 18
15 103% Sept. 7

100% Oct.
ol00% Oct.
94% Oct.

Oct.

28

85

7
86% June
97%
75
8
Aug.
92%
79% Aug. 17 93
100% Jan. 29 102

Sale
Sale

Oct.

9

22

Sale

Sale

99% 100

May 24 56
3
22%
May 31 107
May 31
98%
Aug. 26 102%
June

4

Sale

Sale

22

28

"91%

68%

Mar. 10

Oct.

90

.72

92

Oct.

Sale

87

3

88% Aug. 23
88% Aug. 24
87% Aug. 23

Oct.

89% Oct.
95% Oct.

Sale

1

3

12

3

92

100%
101%
101%
101%
96%
100%

Oct.

5

5
2

Jan.

28

90

Sale

71

4

Aug.
Feb.

65

31 c59

96
90

Sale

10

31

Oct.

1

60
67

Oct.

93

6%S—1950

Deferred delivery.

14

25

Oct.

98%

86%
68%
75

49

3

96

Sale

60%
102%
103%

105

Sale

99

Sale

11% Oct.

27

110

1942
...1942
1954

24

26

104%
6%
100%
120
110%
51%
54%
49
57%

With stock purch warrants
Federal Lt Ac Tr 1st s f 5s

Oct.

Oct.

1939
1995

1957
1937

56

5

Sale

Sale

28

a99

95

81
Sale

Oct.

7

1952

Donner Steel 1st ref 7s ser A A... 1942

97

4

Sale

55

4

Oct.

Sale
96

Sale

79%
50%

4

14

8

90%
95%

92

3

94% Oct.

14

11 107

5

Sale

93%

10

28

Sale
J

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

75%
60% a49

1946
1942

Ed El 111 N Y 1st cons g 5s

Oct.

96

4 106% Oct.

Oct.

Sale

...1961

f 7%s

95

10

Oct.

Sale

g 4s

98

29

10

102

s

54% Aug. 25

98% Sept. 16 101% Oct. 10
88
2
May
99% Sept. 23
83% Apr. 30 96% Sept. 26
79
Jan. 27
96
Sept. 24
June
104
3 196% Oct.
4
86% July 21 22* Oct. 14
89
8
97
Oct. 28
Apr.

53

101%

con

94% Oct.

11

Sale

101

1st Mg4Hs series B

Oct.

10

99% Oct.
96% Oct.

Sale

Sale

Zd El 111 Bkn 1st

106

91% Oct.

7 101% Oct.

8

102%

Eastern Cuba Sugar

96

a95

7
6

55

1949

Duke-Price Pow

99

80%
80%
78%
Sale
88%
Sale
100%
99%
98%
Sale
a94%
Sale
93%
84

Sale

105% Sale
104%
Sale
96% Sale
96%
100
Sale
101% Sale
103% 101% 102% 101%
102%
106% 103% Sale

1962

Gen Ac ref 5s series E

101

Sale

5

12

1955

Ernesto Breda Co 1st mtge 7s

110,
19,'
18,'
4,
1,
I

Oct.

Gen Ac ref 5s series B

Dodge Bros i f deb 6s
Dold (Jacob) Pack 1st 6a.

fl26% June 28
38
July 21
13
7
May
2
59% June
60
Apr. 14

57

58% Oct.
38% Oct.

Gen Ac ref 5s series A

Gen Ac ref 4%s series D__

Oct.

13

"89"

90

C

96

13

104

Pa tax

ser

82% Feb. 13

31

25

Detroit Edison Co 1st coll tr 5s..1933

Gen Ac ref 5s

25

Oct.

Sale

1969
1969

Denver Gas Ac El 1st Ac ref 5s_.

Oct.

Oct.

43

1971

1st & ref 4%s

96

Oct.

Sale

Certfs of dep stpd

1st mtge gold 4%s

Aug. 25

10

52

1944

Delaware Pr Ac Lt 1st M 4%s

62

60

35

20%
21%
103% Sale
94% Sale

1940

and unstpd..
Stpd with purch warr attached
Gumb T Ac T 1st Ac gen 5s
.1937

Jan.

6

47

96

1950

Cuban Dom Sug 1st 7%8

48

June

32

95

Crown Willamette Pap 1st s f g 6s 1951
Cuban Cane Products deb 6s

Crown Zellerbach deb 6s

May 16
July 10

53

95

1947

s

14
20

32

1934

Crown Cork Ac Sea)

1
6

Sale

105% 106% 106%
87
87
94%
96
94%
93%

f g 6s.1946
1943
f g 5s..1954

Copenhagen Telep extl s
Corn Prod Ref 1st 25-yr s f 5s

6

Oct.
Oct.

52

99%
96%

Container Corp of Am 1st s

14

Oct.

35
44

40

Sale

Consumers Power 1st lien 5s C..1952

15

48

22

26

26%
81%
80%
80%
91%

Sale

Gonsum Gas Ghic 1st guar g 5s.. 1936

19,
24,

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

63

83%
84%
90%
101

1956
1950
1945
1951
1957

3

95%

43%
23%
32%
92%

40%

85

80

.....

16

Sale

35

87

1

61

95%

67 X
66

92%

i

Gonsol Hydro-Elec 1st s f g 7s

Sale

72

1
deb5%sJ

Stamped guar 4^s

95

85X

72% Sale

Columbus Ry P Ac L 1st 4%•— --]
Secured conv g 5%s
—._.]
s f 6s ser A...]

Computing-Tab-Record • f 6s
Conn Ry Ac Lt 1st g 4H<——

Sale

75% Sale

1

Jan 15 1

Commercial Credit

Comm'l Inv Trust

Sale
Sale

33

51%

74

1

Debenture 5s...

43%
26%

Sale

32 X
60
62

Colo Fuel Ac Iron Co gen s f 5s..1

conv

Sale

42%

85%

Clearfield Bit Goal 1st 4s...__...]

129"

$*
35

3

94

May 24
Jan.

75

16

4 101

Oct.

26

Aug. 31

Sept.
Oct.

6
14

104% June 30 111% Aug. 25
20

May 31
2
18% June

35

WA

Oct.
Oct.

3
4

64% Oct. 13
77
Sept. 16
78
Sept. 10

75% 'Sale
76
77%
79%

60

72

71% Oct.

13

77

Oct.

3

May 24
55% July 20
53% June
8

75

65%

78

70

Oct.

18

75% Oct.

6

46

June

3

82

Mar.

9

62

52

65

62

Oct.

5

62

5

41

June 21

66

Mar.

3

66

Sale

Oct.

Oct.

1

N. Y. STOCK
Sales in

October.
Value.

$
30,000
85,000
356,000
118,000
6,000
8,000

345", 666
124,000
90,000
272,000
5,000
49,000
75,000
138,000
422,000
44,000
31,000
83,000
91,000
8,000
179,000
47,000
492,000
360,000
49,000
2,000
39,000
101,000
51,000
8,000
111,000
78,000
7,000
7,000
1,000
3,000
66,000
139,000
12,000
145,000

N.

T.

STOCK

Federated Metals
s

1932.

EXCHANGE.

80

1

7s

conv

f 7s
a

f 8s____

23

]

Gas & Elec (Bergen Co; 5s.

75

Oct.

11

Sale

60

Sale

89% Oct.
51% Oct.

3
18

Oct.

28

99

Sale

31 102% Oct.
26
18
Oct.

17

Sale

99

Oct.

17

17

Oct.

79

77

Oct.

7

100%
47%

Sale

46% Oct.

28

79%

Sale

79

Oct.

21

98 %
Sale

Sale

98

Oct.

4 100

Sale

63

Oct.

95%
52%
46%

98%
63%
97%

95% Oct.

5

Sale"

40

"48%

48

Oct.

24

37

Sale

37

Oct.

31

97% Oct.
52% Oct.
45% Oct.

43

Sale

34% Sale
102% Sale

33

Oct.

28

44

30
80

89 H
40 H

96

General Cable 1st a f g 5 Ma A
General Elec deb g 3He

1
J
1
1

90 H
Sale
98 H

39

1

Sale

Debenture 634s
S f deb g 6s
Gen Motors Acceptance deb g 6s J
Gen Petroleum 1st s f 5s..Aug 15 1

31H

General Public Service deb 5% 8.1
Genl Steel Castings 1st 534»
1

76 H

29

36%
Sale

97% Sale
96%
98

80

73
3% Sale

60

"77""

18

99%
56 %

80%
98
65

102%
103%
85
66 %

Sale

Sale"
83

48
Sale

103

Sale
71

84

70%
3%
3%

Sale

84%

102% Oct.
102

Oct.

85

Oct.

Sale

64

Oct.

Sale

3

31

11

19

57

Oct.

4

81

Oct.

7

Oct.

14

65

103%

18

46
82 H
55

Sale

54%

Sale

Goodyear Tire & Rubber 1st 5s...

83

Sale

79

Sale

Gotham Silk Hosiery deb 6s

80

%
10%
40%

83

88%
9%

Sale

18%

Oct.

18

48

45

Sale

44% Oct.

25

1st 8c gen a f g 6Ha
Gulf States Steel deb 5H>
Hackensack Water 1st 4s

43

44

37

Sale

Oct.

31

49

46

Sale

37
43

Oct.

10

Hansa S S Lines 6s with

37
49 %

Gould Coupler 1st 15-yr s f 6s
Gt Cons El Pow (Japan) 7a

Harpeo Mining 6s with

4%
6

21

Deb 5Hs series of 1926
Hoe (R) 8c Co lst6%s ser A
Holland Amer L 6s (flat)

if*

Hudson County Gas 1st 5s

80

A*
Sale
Sale

12

58

102%

17
95

1936

Inland Steel 1st M

Sale
24

1978

75

Sale

21H
100
Sale

37%

53%

27

18%
3%
13

18%
20
Sale

41% Sale

Sale

92

37

55

102 % 104 %

1949

Humble Oil 8c Refining 5s....-.1937

s

"38%
5

Houston Oil sink fund 5%8.....
Hudson Coal 1st s f 5s series A-.

m 8

84

48

90%

warr

warr....

Havana Elec Ry cons g 5s

1st

Sale

Sale

19

95

Oct.

10

2%
45%
79%
53
78%
86%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

27

10

13
20

13

27
8

90% Oct. 10
36% Oct. 28
4
51% Otc.
19

Oct.

4

27

Oct.

3

11% Oct.
8% Oct.
53% Oct.

25

35
Oct.
41% Sale
104% 105% 103% Oct.
101% Sale
101% Oct.

11

7%
18%

18
54

105% 105% 105%
101
100% Sale
45
Sale
39%
17

"20""

"56%

Oct.

Sale

105

Sale

100% Oct.
39% Oct.

Sale

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.
25 105
1
85% Oct.

Good Hope Iron Ac Steel sec 7s..1
Goodrich ( B F) Co 1 at 6 Ha
Convertible deb 6s

3%
3

4

77% Oct.

70%
4%
4%
50%
82%
55%
83%
88%
10%
48%

58

Gen Theatres Equip deb 6s......1
Certificates of deposit
—

13
26
6

Oct.

29

14

June 24

60

June

3

38

12,000
273,000
24,000
Certificates of deposit.....
44,000 Interlake Iron 1st 5s ser B

Mar. 16
June

Oct.

20

Oct.

20

12$ June

2

4

Jan.

69

Jan.

60

Feb.

3

21

June

92

57%
92%
40%
54%

Sept. 8
Sept. 27

Oct.

20

78% Feb.

40% Oct.
54% Oct.

19
28

21

Oct.

13

5

Oct.

7

Oct.

5

Oct.

27

11
May 27
18% May 26
14% June 27 26
8
3
June 23
6% Apr. 18 30
8% Oct. 13 21
44
July 15 70%
26% May 15 50%
98
Feb. 10 105%

Oct.

24

94

11% Oct. 25
7
19% Oct.
5
58% Oct.
43

105%

10 103

25

47% Oct.

17

Oct.

3

3

19

15
4
4

28 103

Jan.

90
61

8

Aug. 23
Oct.

27

Aug. 19
Aug. 20
Oct.

25

Oct.

17
3
12

Oct.

Mar.

5

59

Mar.

5

16

Sale

15

Oct.

10

18

Oct.

Oct.

4

4

45

Jan.

Aug. 24
Aug. 25

18

53

1

59

16

51%
65%
49%
10%

Feb.

Aug.
3
Sept. 12

88

Sale

45

28

Jan.

40 %
26 H

62

19

Oct.

96

9
31% June
31% May 31
10% May 26

38

Oct.

Sept. 20
May 25
May 21

Oct.
Oct.

59

22
20

Aug. 27

96% Jan. 29 106
1 103
90% June
6
47%
15% June
5
Apr. 25 19

Oct.

1942 M N

15

Sept. 26
50% Oct. 20
Aug. 24
§8*
62
Sept. 8
88
Sept. 7
3
88% Oct.
5
25% Feb.

Oct.

49

1948 M N

Jan.

49

Sept.

82

39

Aug. 23

V4

June 27

82

8*

44% Mar. 10
23
Aug. 31

16

Oct.

16

Oct.

54% Oct.

26

61

Oct.

4

44

May 31

79

54

Oct.

25

60% Oct.

4

54

Oct.

25

63

Sept.

41% Oct.

11

46

Oct.

28

30

Apr.

18

60

Jan.

Feb.
June

16

7
3
8

30

Oct.

57 H

Oct.

3

46

50

Oct.

Oct.

June 29

80% Oct.
79% Oct.

1951 M N

Oct.

44

9

83
Sale
Sale

19%
Sale
56
Sale

1

33% July

72

80%

13%

Oct.

Aug. 12
Sept. 8

4

80%
47%

54%
53%
45%

Sept. 9
May 25

3
18

81

19%

4

Oct.

Sale

60%
45%

Oct.

Mar. 11
Oct. 14

Oct.

Sale

60

June 21

Oct.

60

34% July 21
6
61% May

46

15

Sept. 27

3

81

55

Sept. 26
Mar. 23

4
5

75

58

28

Oct.

Sale

60H

31
7

Oct.

Oct.

73%

55%

Oct.

VA

10

June

3
4

42

32

Prices.

90% Oct.

Apr. 14 60
81% June
4 103%
20
15
Feb. 26
69
Jan.
4 78
98% June 21
98%
25% May 26 57
67
June
3 82
89% Jan.
4 100
25
June
9 67
93
Feb.
3
98%
26% June 13 52%
28
June
2
51%
22% June 11 45%
97% Jan.
2 103%
95% Feb. 18 105
72% June
8 85*
16

Oct.

21 105% Oct.
6 103
Oct.

Oct.

55

1966

10-year 6% notes
1932
Certificates of deposit...
10-year 7% notes..
.....1932 M S

80%

16

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

Oct.

96 H

11

Sale

1981

f g 4Ha A

f 4Hs ser B

Interboro R T 1st 8c ref 5s

Stamped

126",000

Sale

77

Ind Nat Gas 8c Oil ref 5s

42",000

90

91%

102

79

Prices.
90% Oct. 31
91% Oct.
7
Sale

90%

77

"33"" Sale"

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

87

91
30

1

Ask.

87%
55 %

76

Gen Amer Investors deb 5s ser A.]
General Baking deb s f 5%s

Oct. 31.
Bid.

75

89 %
15 %

.1

Gelsenklrchen Mining 6s

(Germany) 7a

Ask

1

165,000 Illinois Bell Telep 1st & ref 5s A.1956
123,000 Illinois Steel deben 4H*
1940
92,000 IIseder Steel Corp Mtge 6s
1948
16,000 Indiana Limestone 1st s f 6s
1941

67,000
1,708,000

Sale

Oct. 1.
Bid.

1

Frameric Ind Ac Dev 20-yr 7%«_.l
Francisco Sugar 20-year 7H»—
Gannett Co deb 6s series A

General Elec

Ask.
89

1

Flak Rubber 1st

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN OCTOBER.

Jan. 2

Bid.
Fiat deb

PRICES

Price

BONDS

37

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Mar.

5

2
19

Int Agrl Corp 1st 8c coll tr 5s—

10,000
Stamped extended to
106,000 Int Cement conv deb 5s
330,000 Internat Hydro El deb 6s

1,057,000 International
Convertible
1,144,000

......

1944 A

debentures 5s....1941 J
A

l"0",000

J

Sale

J

49

O

45

Sale
Sale

51H
30 H
43 H
50 H
45 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
77
65

J

M

S

J

J

J

J

F

A

J

D

60

A

O

61

A

O

KansasCy Pw 8c Lt 1st g 4H« ser B1957 J
1st M 4Hs
1961 F

J
A

Kansas Gas 8c El 1st mtge 4H8..1980 J D
1943 MN

Karstadt (R) Inc 1st Mtge 6s

Keith Corp (B F) 1st ser g 6s
1946 M 8
Kendall Co 5H» with warrants..1948 M S
J
Keystone Telephone 1st 5s
1935 J

Kings Co E L 8c Pow gold 5s

O

1937
1997
.1949

Purchase money 6s

31,000 Kings Co Elevated 1st g 4s

65

49 H
46

1947 MN

Match deb 5s

85,000 Int Merc Marine 1st s f 6s_.
1941
197,000 Intern Paper conv 5s series A...1947
209,000
Refunding 6s series A
1955
333,000 Internat T 8c T deb g 4Ha
1952
793,000
Convertible debenture 4HS...1939
Deb gold 5s
714,000
1955
35,000 Investors Equity 5s A
..1947
Deb 5s ser B with warrants....1948
37,000
5,000
Without warrants..........1948

63,000
302,000
121,000
762,000
49,000
59,000
22,000

O

o
A

55

Sale

93 %
93 H

95
94 %
80
80 H
19% Sale
41

43

50
Sale
70
70H
100 %
120 % 140
62
63

J

...1954

J

11,000 Kinney (G R) Co conv 7 Ha
1936
93,000 Kresge Foundation coll tr 6s
1936
982,000 Kreuger 8r Toll 5s with war......1959
Certificates of deposit....
43,000

D

56

D

91H
92
42% Sale

1st 8fc ref 6Hs

38,000 Lackaw Steel 1st

cons

5s

ser

Cons sink fund 4 Ha ser C

"

T666
1,000
3,000
2,000

8

8

O

1st 8c refunding 5s
1st 8c refunding 5s

83%

101

Sale

101%

Sale

91

O

Loew's Inc deb a f g 6a

Lombard Elec 7s series A

1952 A

1944 A
..1951 F

108""
61

1952 MN

Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec 6 Ha.1944 F

A

42% Oct.

13

52

Oct.

32

59

Oct.

27

Oct.

26

68% Oct.
50% Oct.

42

42

6% Oct.

31

11

Oct.

7

Oct.

31

11

Oct.

39

Oct.

26

51

Oct.

41

Oct.

31

19

50% Oct.

2

14

Sale

14

Oct

31

19

Oct.

20

Sale

30

Oct.

11

42% Oct.

40%

Sale

Oct.

29
3

Sale

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

48

36

34%
32%
80%
80%
80%

31
10

44

Oct.

1

5'

83

100%
99%
87%
24%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

81%

82%

77

83

77%
102%
101%

80

Sale
Sale

Sale

129

17

Jan.

15

64

31
11
20
31
1
31
8

54% Jan. 15
59
Aug. 25
38% Jan. 15
51

Feb.

59

Jan.

54% Feb.
87
Aug.
85% Aug.
83% Sept.

17
14

17
30
22

Oct.

3

18

55

29

82% Oct.
80% Oct.

29

65

4

103% Oct.

19

12 103% Oct. 19
90% Jan. 28 102% Sept. 28
92
Oct.
1
July 11

29

5 102

Oct.

1

19

92

Oct.

1

1

32

Oct.

90

5

Mar. 28

3

May

30

Apr.

1

32

Oct.

5

28

41% Oct.

3

24

Feb.

20

65

3

41

66

Aug. 29

75

67

Oct.

10

Oct.
Oct.

May 25
May
4
4
58% Aug.

63

13

70

Jan.

131% 130

Oct.

Sale

68%
103%

62% Feb.

31

% May
May
28
July
11
July
14% May
17% June
16
May
55
Apr.

Oct.

40

70

6

Aug. 23
Aug. 23

59% Oct.

Sale

Sale

74
60

67

27

60%,

54% Sept.

May 31
Apr. 20

30

35

105

40

70

31

June

98"
116

131% Oct.

Mar. 18

9

104% Aug. 31
Sept. 17

11 132

June

75

Sale

67

69

57

May 31

76

Mar. 10

105

95

105

92

June 21

101

111% 125

112

125

106

Aug. 26
Sept. 12
Aug. 26

13 H

41

65

Oct.

31

88

Oct.

3

a25

73

65

Sale

72% Oct.

4

40

Sale

13%

Sale

27

20

Oct.

1

6

17

13 *

14

64% Oct.
13% Oct.
12% Oct.

31

20

13

17% Oct.

5

6

Sale

88% Oct.

14

91

Oct.

14

53

91% Oct.

22

12 111
99
June
2
Jan.

71

65

6%

68

66%
Sale

57

75

51

97%

91

90%

88

Oct.

6

66

62% Oct.

10

65%

63

Oct.
Oct.

7

87% Oct.

90%
63%
57%
5%

Oct.

Sale

Sale

101

100%

72

75

51

"48"*

30
25

"45"

30

Sale

38%

II§""
106

29%

40%

85
77

119% 119%
Sale
105%
Sale

79%

113

Sale

84

Sale

100 %

Sale

96%

Sale
Sale

103%
40%

Sale

36

Sale

81

76%
113

96%
104

36%

73

100% Oct.

42

32

Oct.

C

June

Apr.
July
44% July
% June
81
July
80% Apr.
48
May

45

t

2S

21

65% Oct.
6% Oct.

13

92

Oct.

15

19

76% Oct.

26

6 100% Oct.
24
35
Oct.

e

24

1

2

June

Apr. 14
Aug. 15

4
91% Jan.
59% Jan. 27
19
Sept. 6

3

L93

29
18
20
9
27
26
23

*98

Feb.

2

78

Jan.

14

Aug. 31

75% Jan. 14
15% Aug. 23
92

Oct.

15

90

Jan.

26

93

Mar.

9

75

100%

37%

40

4

68

"89% 161"

"15""
Sale
Sale

Oct.

Sale

90

1I6~" li9"

75

65

88

44
50
54
50

Oct.

Sale

Sale
90

99%
99 H

65

81%
72%

91

55%
64 H
100 % 103
A

Sale

67

Sale

97
78

1041 A

Sale
Sale

130

91%
65%

95 H
41
43

1951 F

Sale
Sale

104

89 £

1944 A

50
Sale

40%
42%

Sale

24% Sale
41%
40%
66%
64%

88%

10H

1944

Louisv Gas & El 1st 8t ref 5s

82

85

93%

1964

Lorillard (P) Co deb 7s
5s

80

93 H

89

1933
1934

5s

Sale

40% Sale
47% Sale
42% Sale
83
84%

74 H
Sale

88

1954

Liggett 8c Myers Tobacco 7s

52%

92
68

First 8r ref sinking fund 5s....1974
1,000
1,000 Lex Ave & Pav Ferry 5s
;1993 M S

56,000
107,000
76,000
154,000
110,000
109,000
99,000
23,000

106%

1933

First 8c ref sinking fund 5s.
1st 8c ref s f g 5s

50%

73

A

1954

Lehigh Valley Coal 1st 5s...
1st 40-yr gu Int red to 4%

Sale

46

18

63%
44%

Sale

45

16%

A.. 1950 M

156,000 Laclede Gas L ref 8c ext 1st 5s...1934
Coll 8c ref 5 Ha aeries C
107,000
1953
Col 8c ref g 5%s ser D
32,000
1960
80,000 Lautaro Nitrate Co Ltd 6s
1954
10,000 Lehigh Coal & Nav 4%s ser A
1954

41",000

M

Sale

98

1954

Kings Co Lighting 1st ref 5s.

all

Sale

Oct.

27

Oct.
Oct.

27

31

Oct.

20

27

30

Oct.

27

24

32%' Oct.

8

32% Oct.

8

30

Oct.

26

22

120"" 118% Oct.
Sale

105% Oct.
84%
81% Oct.

Sale

Sale

Sale

75

Oct.

111% Oct.
95

Oct.

104% 103% Oct.
Sale

35

35
30

35

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

26

28 107% Oct.
22
86% Oct.

19

Oct.

7

Oct.
Oct.
1 105% Oct.
28
40% Oct.

10

22

3 120

27

83

13 113%
10 100%

10

5

4

17
3

5
25 100% Mar.
44
Jan.
9
Oct. 24
Aug. 23
July 15 43
Jan.
5
July 22 43
41
Jan.
6
Aug. 11
Oct. 26
22
Oct. 26

96% Jan.
18

22

7 120
115% Apr.
4 107%
96% Jan.
64
May 31
82*
53% June 13 83
4 113%
101% Jan.
Jan. 26 101%
Feb. 10 105%
20
May 23 46

!P

July

25

Oct.

19

Mar. 10

Oct.
Oct.

7
10

Sept.15
Oct. 17
Mar. 19

■7.

16,000 McCrory Stores deb gold 5 Ha
504,000 Mctvesson & Bobbins deb 5%s
Manati Sugar 1st s f 7Ha

"

i",6o6
2,000
257,000
,

5,000

Stamped Oct 1931 coupon on

1941 J

D

75

1950 M N
1942 A O
1942 A O

60

Sale

10

19

3

,9

10,000
11,000
377,000
47,000
110,000
149,000
78,000
156,000

17", 000

77%
38% Sale
9
12%
6 % Sale
4%
10
18%
21
75

69%
37
9
4

Sale

70

Oct.

21

75

Oct.

5

33

Oct.

10

38% Oct.

1

A

Manhattan Ry (N Y) con g 4s
Certificates of deposit

O

8

3%
21%

4%
23

12%

25
101%

52
May 27
8
25% July

91

Jan.

60

Jan.

20
-2

9

10

Jan.

9

15

10

3

12%
1

6% Oct.
4% Oct.
20% Oct.

29

23

Certificates of deposit

19

6% Oct.

1

Oct.

29

Mar.

2

Feb.

25% Oct.

18

Oct.

19

23

Oct.

18*

May 31
July 29

IP
IP

June 28

O

2013 J

D

15

29

1953 M 8
1943 J D

85
68

Sale

63

85

Oct.

85

Oct.

Mfr tr ctfs. Namm 8c Son 6s

76

67

76

65

69

Oct.

5

70
60

1947

38

50

40

Sale

40

Oct.
Oct.

11

Marion Steam Shovel

31

13

21

73%
46%

74
Sale

73% Oct.

27

Oct.

11

48% Oct.
81% Oct.
46% Oct.

88

Sale

85% Oct.

3

95

Oct.

7

96%
88%

Sale
Sale

95

Oct.

98

Oct.

18

75

June

87

Oct.

5
10

90

Oct.

28

67

July

Sale

3

Manila El Ry 8t Lt 1st 5s

s

f g 6s

A

O

Market Street Ry 1st 7s

Apr 1940 Q J
Mead Corp 6s with warrants
1945 M N

Meridional Electric 1st 7s

A..1957 A

O

Metropolitan Edison lst&ref 5sC.1953 J

J

ser

1968 M

8

Met Water, Sewer 8c Drain 5 Ha..1950 A

O

1st g 4Ha series D

Met West Side Elev (Chicago) 4s. 1938 F A
Miag Mill Mach 1st s f g 7s....
1956 J D

1936 M 8
193,000 Midvale St 8c Ord conv s f 5s
105,000 Milw El Ry 8c Lt 1st 8t ref 5s ser B1961 J D
J
1st mtge gold 5s
.....1971 J
108,000
203,000 Montana Power 1st 8c ref 5s A...1943 J J
Deb gold 5s series A__._.......1962 J D
32,000
r

Cash sale,




o Deferred

delivery.

30

Sale

a79%

Sale

44%
85%
97%

Sale

8?8

88%
77

Sale

68

19

29

14

42
39%
95% Sale
84% Sale

82

84

90

Sale

71%

75

a43

Oct.

3

23

1

1

31

19

Jan.

55
92

Aug. 26
Apr.
1
Aug. 25

6
2

25

79

Oct.

13

42

Oct.

Sale

65

93% Oct.
79% Oct.

13
24

79

33% Jan.
9
15% Aug.
14
May 13
2
73% June
1
73% June
72
May 26
60

June

54

June

83^
85
67%

Oct.

25

85% Oct.

28

90

71

15

Oct.

Oct.

71% Oct.

60

95
15 100

Oct.

96% Oct.
84% Oct.
84% Oct.

7
19

83

39

Sale

Oct.

July 20
May 23

8

Jan.

66% Oct.

20%

Mar.

65% May 19
25
5
July
58
May 31

Sale

813
803
80%

Aug. 30
7% Sept. 13

4% Sept. 28
17
Sept. 30

5

1990 A

2d 4s

"Y.666

80 H

1
11

?P
8*
97

81*
95

Oct.
Jan.

13

7
7

Sept. 29
Oct.

3

Feb.
Oct.

24

5
Mar. 11
Jan. 14

Jan.

9

95% Jan.

19

82%

Feb.

9

N. Y. STOCK

28
Sales in

P

BONDS

October.

N.

Value.

T.

STOCK

EXCHANGE—BONDS
PRICES

Price

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN OCTOBER.

Jan. 2

Highest.

Lowest.

1932.

EXCHANGE.

I

Sale Prices.
Ask.

Bid.
Montecatinl Min & Agr Co Inc
Deb

62,000
66,000

g 7s

1955
1955
1955
1939
1966
1934
1947

Gen 8c ref 5a series B_

*

Gen & ref s f 4%a ser

i",66o
260",600

C

Gen & ref s f 5s ser D
Morris & Co 1st s f 4 Hi

Mortgage-Bond Co 4s series 2
""5,666 Murray Body 1st 6%«
2,000 Mutual Fuel Gas 1st gu 5s.

1°41

Mutual Union Tel 5s

110,000

Nassau Elec guar

1,081" 000

National Dairy Prod

"89"

o

91%

73"

D

70
92

M N

61

J

41%

Sale

60

20
Sale

99%

86

F

Nat Steel 1st coll 5s

1956

A

71%

Sale

Newark Consol Gas 5s

237,000

1948

J

96

100

N J Pow & Light 1st 4%«

1960
1940

234,666

11,000 Newberry (J J) Co 5%s
75,000 New England T 8c T 30-yr 5s A
1st g 4^8 series B
118,000
58,000 New Orleans P S 1st Ac ref 5s A
1st Ac ref 5s B

1952
1961

A

Dock Ac lmpt ext

1942
1943

5s

103,000'N YRysCorplnc6a
3,000| Prior lien 6s series A

Jan 1965
1965
7,006 N Y At Rich Gas 1st 6s A
1951
8,006 N Y State Rys 1st cons 4%s A--.1962
Certificates of deposit

_

42,666

1962

1st con 6 Ms series B

1947
1951

York Steam 1st 6s ser A
1st mortgage 5s

19,000 New

81^000

1956

1st mtge 5s.
312,000 N Y Tel 1st Ac gens I4%s
70,000 N Y Trap Rock 1st s f g 6s
133.000 Nlag Lock At Ont Pow 1st 5s A

1939
1946
1955
1950

24,066 Niagara Share deb 5%s
INordeutsche Lloyd (Bremen)—

.1947
1940
1961

20-year s f 6s
52,006 No Amer Cement deb 6 Ha A
276,000 North American Co deb 5s
57*000 North Am Edison deb 5s ser A
268.0001

1957
Deb 5%s ser B_____;
Aug 15 1963
149,000! Deb 5s series C
Nov 15 1969
75,000 Nor Ohio Trac Ac Lt gen At ref 6s.l947
137,000 North States Power 5s A
1941
6,000' 1 at Ac ref 6s series B
1941
1,000 Northwest Teleg 1st 4 Ha
1934
136,000'Norwegian Hydro-El Nit 5Ha
1957

95,600!

ref 7Ha..1946
1947
1944
14,000 Ontario Power N F 1st 5s
..1943
124,060 Ontario Power Serv 1st 5H8....-1950
1 i000 °ntarl° Transmission 1st 5a
1945
6,000|Wsl° Gas At Elec extl s f g 5s_
1963
120,000
Steel sec g 6s series A
1941
31,000 Owens-Illinois Glass s f 5s
1939
26,000 Ohio Pub Service lat At
17,000
lat At ref 7s series B
13,000 0,d Beat Coal 1st g 6s

137,000^PacJ'ic G & E gen & ref 5s ser A..1942
060;Pacl«c Pub Serv 5% g notes
117 !000,Pacific Tel At Tel 1st 5s

1936

65,000
30-year 5s series A
161,000 Pan-Am Petr (Cal) 1st g 6a
96,000
Certificates of deposit

1952
1940

58

1937

1951
61,000!Paramount"Pfln,OU9"LaaEy 6s
1947
213,000'Paramount Pabllx Corp 5Ha
1950
16,000 Park-Lex«ngton leasehold 6Ha..l953
12,000
Certificates of deposit
54,000 Parmelee Trans conv deb 6s
1944
4,000 Paterson At Passaic G At E 5s
1949
51,000 Pathe Excto deb 7s with warr..__1937
22,000

Paramount B'way 1st 5H«

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3Ha coll tr reg

ctfs ser
Guar 3Ha coll tr ctfs ser B

Guar g 3H« tr

4,000
1,000

126,000

ctfs series C

A.1937
1941
1942

Guar g 3Ha tr ctfs series D
40-year guar tr ctfs 4a Ser fi
Secured gold 4%s
L

41,000 Penn Dixie Cement 1st 6s A
531,000 Penn Pow At Lt 1st M 4Ha
21,000 Peoples Gas Ac Coke 1st 6s
85,000
Refunding gold 5s
I
Registered

1944
1952
1963

1941
1981
..1943
.1947

314.000 PhHa Company secured gold 5s.1967
110,000'Phila Elec Co 1st 4Ha
1967
282.0001 lat Ac ref g 4s
1971
50,000!PhHa *c Read C Ac I ref 5a
1973
241,000! Convertible deb 6s
...1949
479,000 Phillips Petroleum deb 5%a
1939
61,000!PllIabury Flour Mllla 20-yr 6s
1943

99 %

Sale

101% Sale
93

Pure Oil Co

1
34%

%
31

M N

98

MN

Sale

3

s

f g 5H% notes.

1937
....1940
f g 5s
1948

Purity Bakeries Corp a

104

102

99%

MN

"97% Sale

J

D

\

O

91

Sale

44

Sale

25

30

Sale

A

82

Sale

S

81

85

F

A

84
81

88%

MN
M

8

A

O

A

O

Sale

92 %
95

95
Sale
104

102

235,000
390,000
442,000

Direct mortgage

gold 6s...

71

Sale

103 % 107
100
102

F

A
A

Sale

15

F

85

J

J

M N
M

M

8

80

50

S

J

92%
47

J

J

J

M

8

J

J

M N

J

D

"43"" "45"
Sale
90
Sale

100

Sale
13

12

10%
J

D

F

A

J

15

75
48

40%

J

....

66
46

J

J

Cons mtge 6s with




a

Sale
,

20%

A

O

M

8

M N

12

26

99% 102%
58

75

72%,
38

50

Sale

Oct.

107% Oct.
97% Oct.

1
1
19

34%
97%
3% Sale
2
4%
2%
5

1% Oct.
37% Oct.

10

Oct.

3

1% Oct.

1

97

10

1%
39%
97%
3%

107

Sale

3% Oct.

Oct.

13 109
2 102

11

31

Oct.

31

17 100% Oct.

7

11 103% Oct.

14

67% Oct.

3

28

10

64

Oct.

40

Oct.

25

20

18
82

Oct.
Oct.

28

Sale

82%

64

Sale

40
19

80

Oct.

13

87

81% Oct.

27

87% Oct.
84

Oct.

79

a

83

82

Sale

7

79

Oct.

25

101% 100

Oct.

101% Sale 100
104
104% 104

81

iZ*
30

69

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

18 105
91
19

69

Oct.

31

Oct.
Oct.

15% Oct.
Oct.

100

68% Oct.

65

89
100

18

7

73

June
June

71
6

83

Jan.

22

21

June 23

Oct.

10

80

Jan.

7

101% Oct.
Sale
88
Oct.
95%

Oct.
7 104
26
97% Oct.

3

105% 104% Oct.
105
Oct.
Sale

7 105% Oct.
6 106% Oct.

14

"17"

102% Sale
Sale

.....

40%
84%

44%
Sale

48

50
Sale

93

.....

.....

31
10

22

Oct.

4

11

20

Oct.

11

16% Oct.

18

July "6! 60%
If 55
10% July
10
June 10; 26
10
Sept. 19, 20
2
7
23%
July
4103
99% Jan.
49
July 11 80%

18% Oct.

31

20

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

13

Oct.

11

102% Oct.
65% Oct.

1 103

Oct.

21

24

70

Oct.

1

25

79

Oct.

25

79

78

Oct.

5

76

73% Oct.

10

20

75

•

79

Oct.

78

Oct.

Sale
40%
Sale

73% Oct.
81% Oct.

Sale

MN

85%
96%

J

85

Sale

84%
88% Sale
102% 102% 102
94%
95% Sale
60
63% Sale
51%
57
Sale
69
67% Sale
100
99% Sale

101

J

O

J

58%
41%

64%
Sale

49

Sale

93% 100

89

89%
92%

95% 100
68
62

80

89

63%
W*
67
63%
60% Sale
95
94%
33%
35%
35% Sale

87%

80

58%
93

37%
31%
64%

Sale
99

Sale

Sale
65%
Sale
Sale

56

60

102% Sale
102% Sale

Sale

80

Sale

68%

8

I

Sale

Sale

F
M

96

J

Sale

74% Sale
68% Sale

'

24

May 28

73

June
June

60
Aug. 27
Q'i
Sept. 29
108% Oct. 10

5

86

June

104

Oct.

90
68

Sept.
May

101

Aug. 30

Feb.

103

10

96

Oct.

83

Feb.

96

25

65

Oct.

52

June

70

Sale

13

57

Oct.

Sale

67

Oct.

10

Sale

99

Oct.

95% Oct.

O

63% Oct.

J

May

100

Oct.

8

7

62

Oct.

89

Jan.

4

63% Oct.

5

49% July
53
July

80

Jan.

4

1

38

7
5

62

30

Oct.

29% Oct.

10
13

35
36

Oct.

17

Sale

76% Sale

58

60

Sale

3

14

June

Oct.
14 103
Oct.
14 102% Oct.
14
96% Oct.

3

40

Aug.

3

91% Feb.

103

91

Feb.

83

Jan.

1
102% Oct.
96% Sept. 28
87
Aug. 25
85
Aug? 23

14% June

80

Oct.

60% June

10

74% Oct.
70% Oct.

59% June

Oct.
Oct.

31

88% Oct.

11

74

Oct.

a51% Oct.
76% Oct.

27
31

65

Oct.

82% Oct.

Oct.

31

58

7

75
59

46

Sale

64% 68
45% Sale

42

Sale

39

Sale

38

Sale

38

MN

55

54

Sale

MN

55x8
50%
50%
50%

Sale

32

60
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

47%
47%
47%

Sale
Sale
Sale

51

June

6

50

June

31

40

June

28% June

4

28

47

Oct.

Oct.

31

42

Oct.

27
31

g*

Oct.

31

52

Oct.

Oct.

31

51% Oct.

Oct.

3

Mar. 11

104% Feb. 16
5
85% Feb.
71% Aug. 25
10

85

Feb.

65

July
14% June
12
May
28
May
21
May
18% May
18% May

75

Aug. 23
Sept. 7
Sept. 24
Sept. 21

29
6

79

Oct.

June
June

45

Oct.

65% Oct.

53% Oct.
47% Oct.
a40% Oct.
47

Aug. 31
66% Aug. 24
98% Jan. 22
42% Mar. 9
42
Aug 22
79% Apr. 20

Oct.

4

83% July

63

14

13

Sale

64% Sale

June

Oct.
Oct.

31

20

Sale

78

60% Oct.

57

Sale

8

96

51
30

313
313

Mar. 21

Oct.
Oct.

24 100

11

J

A

101

27

J

O

61
78

May

Oct.

J

A

Jan.

90

Oct.

J

F

May

45

54

64% Oct.
41% Oct.

M 8

29

17

91

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5

7

29

90

a51

Mar.

Oct.
70
7 100% Oct.

Oct.

64%

101%
102% 102% 101%
94%
95% Sale
Sale
69%
73
68%
70% Sale
60%
60% Sale

46

Oct.

90

Sept. 29
Sept. 28
Sept. 9
Sept. 9
Aug. 19

15,102%

Sale

82

65%

A

62

65

76
47%

M N

J

92%

Sale

13

100

Oct.

Sale

Feb.

1

Oct.

Sale

19

10

57% Oct.
48% Oct.

53

21

Feb.

Oct.

93

94

70

Oct.

10

Sale

75

11

30

Oct.

Sale

96

75
42

8

Oct.
Jan.

Oct.

102% 101

101% Sale

Feb.

1

Oct.

33

Mar. 10

18

Oct.

Sale

15

Mar. 10

85% Jan. 13
80% Feb. 20
65% July 15 78
Mar. 8
55% May 20, 85% Sept. 3

Oct.

75
Sale

67
41

81

84

Sale

31

13

101

90

M N

25

Sale

"64'

MN

Oct.

Sale

54

Oct.

Aug. 24

5 108% Oct.
Oct.
29 104

32%
32%

22

271 51% Oct.

27
50
89

24

Oct.

41

60

55%

23

Oct.

85

S

8

15
23

Aug. 30

Jan.

June

13

85% Jan.

.....

18

II*

51

100

107% 112
103

34

5

25

90
91%
107% 108% 107

109%
95%

102

7

29% Oct.
Oct.
28

5

Oct.

78
76
76
76

73%
84%

29
29

Oct.

17

98

Oct.

19

1

15

Sept. 28
94% Feb.
78
June 20j 98
Aug. 25
r97
Feb. 13 105% Sept. 28
9 106% Oct. 25
96% Feb.
Aug. 22
7% June
4
Aug. 23
Apr.

45

23

May
Aug.

Oct.

31

30
16

7
78% Oct.
55
Aug. 10

30% Oct.

14

Oct.

2
4

8 104

Sale

■

74
100

50% Feb.

Sale

103

68%

8
4

25

Mar. 10

106% Jan.
104% Jan.
25
Aug.
100% Oct.

3

15

15

May

25
24

90

Mar.

89

101% Oct.
102
Sept.
105% Sept.
97% Jan.
74% Oct.

22% Oct.
17 100% Oct.
74
*L)ct.
1

4

16

Si**
94

May

31

20

5
47% Oct.
Aug. 10
89
Aug. 24
Sept. 9

41% June

21 102% Oct.
Oct.
27 100

4

37

Feb.

74% Oct.

Jan.

Sept. 29
72% Sept. 8

Jan.

80

Oct.

27%

70

90% June
7

19

101

June

28

31
31

Sept. 30
103% Oct. 14

June

31

Oct.
Oct.

101

June

60

7% July
5% July

102

June

57

1
19

109

June

Oct.

M S

D

39

98

16,.

25

99% June
90% May
88
May
95% Jan.
38
July
86% Feb.

39

Sale

Sale

May 10

6

85

D

Jan.

8

Sale

Mar. 15

2

95% Oct.

73%

D

2

98

19% Oct.

12

20

Sale

Sale

May 28

5% July
5% July

97%

45

80

2% Jan.

19

Feb. 25

W*

26

Sept. 22

Jan.

Oct.

94

Oct.

98

Oct.

4

7

50

53

Oct.

Oct.

11

Mar. 14

June 13

75

103%

6

16% May
11% May

Oct.

84

91
Sale

82

1

85% Oct.

11 101% Oct.
5 101% Oct.

14

Oct.

85% June 15
% Feb. 17

28

Oct.

13 100% Oct.
69
Oct.
24

17

70

May 28

1

11

Oct.

Mar.

100

2

3% Oct.

9
11

Sept. 22

108%

100% Jan.
87% Feb.

% Jan.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct,

Jan.

I?5

100

1%
40

June

11

Sept. 6
Aug. 18
112% Sept. 26
106% Oct. 20
106
Sept. 28

June

100

96

Sale

Jan.

Apr.

78% Oct.

104

Aug. 29

60

95% Mar. 10
85
Sept. 8

30

80

90

54

106% Jan.
97% Feb.

4

93
Sale

A

29

25

10

70

M

Oct.
1 106
5 108% Oct.
6
99% Oct.

13

Oct.

17

8
75% Oct.
63% July 27
70% Oct. 20
77
Sept.30
80% Aug. 29
W* Sept. 2
8
95% Mar.
100% Oct. 11
86
Aug. 23

June

Juno

Oct.
Oct.

75

J

20

Oct.

41

18% Sale

D

J

19
3

11 112% Oct.
28 106% Oct.

61

Sale

19

95

June

June

8*

Oct.

MN

95

62% Oct.
Oct.
46

94

M N

M

1

4

075

60

M S

Oct.

Oct.

90% Oct.

May 21;
8 100
95
Apr.
77
Apr.
95%
83
53% July
107%
97% Jan.
Feb.
91
103%
82
46% June
May
80%

78

60

J

68

Sale

87

106

27

Sale

85

O

Oct.

28
22

A

O

Oct.

29

D

A

14

11

80

11*

94% 100

1 Sale

103

F

A

1 107% Oct.

13 103% Oct.
27
68% Oct.

1%

91
98
97%
104% 105% 105
106
105% Sale
29
27
23%
29
23%

J
J

11

Oct.

......

Aug. 23

n*

100

94

75%
70%

M S

Oct.
Oct.

18

103% 100
95
100
22% .25
18
100
100
71% Sale'
Sale

22

warrants...1955

Deferred delivery.

100%
99%
13%
99%
68%

95

99%
86%
101%

1

Oct.

100% 100
97
99

82

A

Oct.

101

54

O

62

100% Sale
101% Sale
104% Sale

97

F

31

79

J

A

83% Oct.

78
80%
78%
106
ioo% Sale
101%
102% Sale
63
64
61%
Sale
61%

Sale

84

MN

...1953

Cons mtge 6s..

rCash sale

..1952

85% Sale
83
86%
87% Sale

91

J

Sale

62%

69

58

243
203

F

26

109
Sale
102
100% Oct.
Sale
100% 100% 99% Oct.
Sale
Sale
103
102% Oct.
Sale
63
Oct.
Sale
65
67%
99
Oct.
100% Sale

MN

M

Sale

1
4

109

M N

M S

1

2

65

Radio-Keith-Orpheum part paid ctfs
for deb 6s Ac com stk 65% pd..l937
3,000
..1937
80,000 Remington Arms 1st s f 6s
141,000 Rem Rand 5Hs A with warr...._1947
52,000 Republic Iron Ac Steel a f 5s......1940
Ref Ac gen 5 Ha A
1953
29,000
16.000 Revere Copper Ac Brass 6s A.....1948
243,000 Rhelnelbe Union s f g 7s...—...1946
1953
157,000 Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv 6s
1950
83,000 Rhine-West Elec Power 7s

Sale
3
4%

107%
100 %
99%
102%

72
98
71

69

Oct.

105

2

.....

53

90% Oct.
81% Oct.

105

-----

2

M N

13

Sale

97

'A

M N

84

May

90% May 26

28

110% Oct.
105% Oct.

90

68

84% Oct.
77% Oct.

78

May

40% Mar.

11

80
Sale

100

1

6
15

49% Oct.

Sale
'

43% Sale
111% Sale
105% Sale

1% Sale
39%
40%

.4*

M N

56

85%

151

Sept. 30

61

Oct.

80

3

Feb.

60

77

86

108% 108% Sale
Sale
99% Sale

1%
1%

MN

Oct.

Sale

101

J

Apr
J
J

J

Sinking fund gold 5Hs

65
47
Sale

112%
105%
105%
107%
98%

97%

M N
J

coll 5s
1953
J
Pressed Steel Car 10-year 5s
1933
Public Serv E Ac G 1st Ac ref 4%s..1967 J
F
1st At ref 4 Ha
1970
A
lat Ac ref gold 4s
1971
Postal Teleg Ac Cable

Sale

46

M N

Porto Rlcan Am Tobac conv 6a_.1942

69

60

1952
21,000 Pirelli Co (Italy) conv 7s
J
1957 J
4,000 Pocahontas Con Coll 1st a f 5s
F A
3,000 Port Arthur Canal At Dock 6a....1953
FA
1st mtge 6s series B
..1953
M S
550", 660 Portland General Electric 4H>—1960 J J
1935
88,000 Portland Gen Elec 1st 5s
103,000
383,000
49,000
117,000
153,000
311,000
121,000
209,000
68,000

82

Sale

8

82
Oct.
26
8 100% Oct.

102%

Sale"

68

Certificates of deposit.....„

247*000

Sale

75% Jan. 22
67% July 27,
63% July 27,

"98"'

51

80
Sale

102%
67%

O

Oct.

100

83

106% Sale

71,000
1951
11,000 N Y Dock 1st gold 4s
Serial 5s g notes
...1938
48,000
159,000 N Y Edison 1st & ref 6Ms ser A. .1941
1st Hen 8c ref 5s B
.1944
85,000
1st lien & ref 5s series C
1951
223,000
42,000 N Y Gas El Lt Ht Ac Pow 5a__—.1948
Purchase money coll tr g 4s—1949
228,000
N Y L E Ac W Coal Ac RR 5 %s

98

M N
A

f75"

82

70

Sale

J

1952
..1955

75% Oct.

79% Sale
70
40%

2

Jan.

67

19
17

85

53
58

90%
80%
100%

27
8

"70% "Oct" "20 '76%Oct:"26

67*

83

88
80

A

86% Oct.
75% Oct.

74

Oct.
90% Oct.
75% Oct.

95

Oc4

92

94% Sale
87* Sale
76%

103%

100

90

MN

1948

deb 5%s

Sale

"85~

J
o

1942 J

National Acme 1st mtge 6s

78
76%
76%
69%
85
76%
76% Sale
70
40%
82
75

o
o

1951

gold 4s stpd

89

96

'60"

94

80

o

1955

5« A

General 8c refunding

2,000

Sale

Sale

67

J

....1941

5»

Mont Tram 1st & rel A

J

1937

-

Sale Prices.

44

48
42

68% Jan.
52

Oct.

52

Oct.

8
7
3

51% Sept. 20

BONDS
Y

Jan. 2

1932.

STOCK EXCHANGE

.

Roch & Pitts C 8c I pur money

9s

Royal Dutch deb 4s with warr__ .1945

60,000 Ruhr Chemical 6s
58,000 St Joseph Lead deb 5%«
19,000 St Joseph Ry L H A P 1st 5s—
10,000 St L Rky M 8c Pac 5s stmpd
2,000 St Paul City Ry Cable 5s
Guaranteed 5s

17" 600

.1946

.1948
.1941
.1937

.1955
1937
1937

-—

1953

San Antonio Public Ser? 6s.....

609,000
26,000
5,000
17,000
268,000
15,000
30,000

27,000
218,000
167,000
174,000
147,000
166,000
296,000
75,000
138,000
120,000
35,000
498,000
495,000
20,000
1,000
2,000
2,000
1,000

Deb

5s with

s

A

O

A

O

43

M N

91

45
Sale

MN

J

1947

.1949

warrants

85

Sale

35

38

J

50

J

50

J

87

Debenture s f

7s....1935

6%•

1946
1941
1937
1938
Sinclair Crude OH 5H> series A.. 1938
Sinclair Pipe Line 20-year 5s..^.1942
Skelly Oil deb s 1534«
.. .1939
Smith (A O) Corp 1st 6 m
1933
Solvay Am Invest sec g 5s A.....1942
Silesia-Elec Corp gold 6H»
SUesian-Am Corp coll tr g

7s

Sinclair Cons Oil 1st lien
1st lien coll 6%s series B

1941
ret 5s... 1954
6s '47
Stand Oil (N J) deb g 5s..Dec 15 1946
Stand Oil (N Y) deb 4 Ma
1951
Stevens Hotel 1st 6s series A....1945
Sugar Estates Orlente 7s
1942

72,000
51,000
216,000
3,000

Sale

J

71
Sale

3M

M S

F

A

F

A

M

92

A

42

S

Sale

D

Sale

J
J

J

Sale

A

O

Sale

M

S

50
98 %

M N
M

S

95

J

Sale

A

101%

J

Sale

A

Sale

D

Sale

J

30 M

M S
M

Tenn Copper A Chem—
Conv deb 6s series B

Sale

TV*

Sale

4

102

100

102

46

50
Sale

100

73%

Sale

a*

Sale

87

55

Sale

45 M

Sale

l05"

Sale

90% Sale
45% Sale
24% Sale
90% 91%

..1**3

Partlc

s

f deb 6s

w w..

1936

.........1940

Wlckwlre-Spencer Steel 1st 7s... 1935
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank
Wickwlre-Spen Steel Co 7a..Jan 193*

5
29
3
4
18
4
3

Ctfs dep Chase Nat Baok

7,000 Willys-Overland 1st s f g 6MS....1933
130,000 Wilson & Co 1st s f 6s series A—1941
281,000 Youngstown Sheet At Tu 1st 5s A »*7>
1st M 5s series B
1970
85,000

90
41
22

r

Cash sale,




a

Deferred delivery

.

Sale
Sale

83% Oct.

10 100% Oct.
10
91
Oct.

41

Oct.

31

Sale

21

Oct.

11

91

89

Oct.

13

Sale

93

Oct.

21

53% Oct.

25

47% Oct.
26
Oct.
90% Oct.
96% Oct.
55
Oct.

102% 104

Oct.

102% Oct.
29% Oct.
>

56

Oct.

19

June

2

77%
90
94%
91% Sale

72%

83%
94%

101%
Sale

101

98%

Sale

98%

Oct.

14

44% Oct.

25

67% Oct.

32% Oct.

10

33

Oct.

45

Oct.

13

56

Oct.

1

81

Oct.

85

Oct.

20

42

Oct.

5

41% Oct.

5
4
3

Apr.
July
July
13% May
14% May
10% May
63
June

Oct.
Oct.

3
3

22% June
55% July

27 79% Oct.
24 101% Oct.

3
24

98

im

19%

48
63
69

Sale

33% Oct.
33% Oct,

Sale

32

Oct.

5
27
28
28

96% a93

Oct.

25

Sale

Sale
Sale

5
14

Sale

46% Oct.

Sale

62

Sale

101%
103
31

Sale

28% Sale
49% Sale
4
3%
1%
10

Sale
Sale

Sale

P
J

Sale

46%

49%

10
10

52
4

Oct.
Oct.

46

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

101
12

18 '

28
29

23

Oct.

7%
5

51%

J

lO?:"

Oct.

105

Oct.

105% Oct.
104% Oct.
104

Oct.

103% Oct.

3

3%

U
J

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"16"
7

5%

87%

72
Sale

68

Sale

70

68% Sale
Union

Oil

5s

ser

10

22

28
1

8 105% Oct.

19

5

21

Oct.

6

6
15
20
28

100

89

25

61

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3
6
6
4
4

Oct.

4

Oct.

3

96% Jan.

25% Oct.

20

Oct.

19
25

Oct.

26

Oct.

31

63

Oct.

13 103
20
5

21

Oct.

3

3%
3

2

6

Oct.

26

Oct.

25

Oct.

8% Jan.
7%
8%
3%
1%
2%
%
61 %
64%

4

20

21

21

6

3% Oct.

4%

5

67%
85%

74
Sale

68
84

Oct.

10
17

8Z*'
66

Sale

66% Oct.

10

66

11

O 193 5. sold

Sale
on

Ja

n.

Oct.

Oct.

3%
70
88
69%
69%

6, $1,000 at 73

•

16
23

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

44

Oct.
Oct.

45

"Deferred

June
Apr.
Jan.
May
June
June
July
July
May
May

delivery."

I

Oct.

Feb.

2
25
24

Aug. 11
Oct.

5

ii|

Sept. 3
99% Mar. 24
Mar. 11
93
40

Jan.

13

62% Sept. 11
85

Oct.

20

43% Sept. 26

43% Sept. 27
43% Sept. 26
97% Oct.
3
Oct.

75
10
9

Feb.
Jan.

Sept.
Apr.

3

7
14

24

14
23
23
15
14

2
4
29
22

Oct.

20

Jan.

4

Aug. 29
Aug. 24
Jan.
Jan.

5

Feb.

27

6

Jan.

14

Sept.

19

1

25
31
19
5
4
4
2
16
19

Oct.

»6

106%
105%
105%
105%

Feb.

26
25

Oct.

Jan.

58

96% Feb.
94% May

Oct.

Oct.

28

Jan.

105

Feb.

Oct.

86%
65%
66%
40%
71%

Oct.

51

Aug. 30
106% Aug. 16
May 24

June

May
50
May
49
May
50
May
36
May
35
May
11% June
40
May
30
May

Oct.

55

71

66
67
36

95% Feb.

Oct.
Oct.
7 105% Oct.
2 105% Oct.

8

40

May
2% Oct.

5

16
20

30
37

Jan.

4

Oct.

Oct.

10

1I102*

Oct.

96

Jan.

Sept.
91% Jan.
101% Oct.
Sept.
3 105
Aug.
26
Aug.
25

June

Oct.

13 101
26 82

21
23
17
21
13

Feb.

50

~

5
7
31

Oct.

21
19

66* Sept. 21

June

Oct.

5
2%
24 50
6 105
21 106%
8 105%

32

82

10% June
10% June
9% June
July

3

2

M fit

96% July

10

Oct.

11

41

6

26

22

28

Oct.

62

.02% Oct.

14
Oct. 19
101% Oct.
June
Jan.
June

20,

36

Oct.

14

42

29

6

5

17%
105% 105% 104% Oct.
2%
7%
5
2% Oct.
2%

9

89
40

13

26

Oct.

36

39

19

Oct.
Oct.

14

Oct.

36

100% Sale
100% Sale 100
75
80%
83
79% 77
56
60
Sale
67
Sale
82%
85%
86% 82
84%
Sale
57
56
65
Sale
55
65%
67
57% Sale
33%
37% Sale
§§* Sale
67
67
71
Sale
68
58
58
Sale
62%
64

2

29
5
28
26
24
17

May
May
May
2
May
Apr. 30
7
1 % July

1

30% Oct.
30% Oct.

Oct.

a23

102% 103
102% Sale 102% Oct.
21%
25% 24
25% Oct.
24
"35" 20
Oct.
20% Sale
24
24
Oct.
24
20
37%

MN

10 102% Oct.
18
18% Oct.
Oct.
10 23

25

&*
50

"15"

40

9
Oct.
19
3 101% Oct.
Oct.
50
6

June
Jan.

1

8

27

50

104% 105
105% 106%
105% Sale
104%
103 %
105%
102% 104% 105
105%

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

2% Oct.

60

1

22

30

106

Sale
Sale

28

72

4

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

27

105

Sale

Oct.

100

65

20

72

35

9

102

30

63
Sale

99

22

5

50

40

50

38

18

"25"

3
14

11

28% Oct.

14

101% Sale

31

106

69

Oct.
Oct.

101% Oct.

101

~65"

"22"

1013
1003

41% Oct.
97% Oct.

4

20

5

74%

28

100

27

95

If

3

July

99
Sale

30

1

June

95

33
Sale

Oct.

5 102% Sept.

7
85% June 29
44% Oct. 25
66

95

27%
30%

49%
104%

Oct.

<Z90

29

11

15

41

13
5

Oct.

Oct

101% Sale

1

86
97

83

100%
50

Oct.

3 101% Oct.
Oct.

11

Jan.

23

7 104
98% Apr.
48
14% Oct. 21
92% May 25 102

Sale

Sale

9

25
3

a86

Sale

2%

Oct.

97% Oct.

99

19

Oct.

Feb.

85

81

14

101

1

Oct.

9
6
30
8
31
15
23

2

May 27
42% June 17

19

98

June

25
22

28

101

June

10

13 102
14 104
19
21

6

85% June
71% Jan.

Feb.

Oct.
Oct.

97

Feb.

102% Oct.

38

Oct.

95%

Jan.

105

3

62

Oct.

1

64% Oct.
55

60

Jan.

20
4

8

May 31
July 13

45

91%

Oct.

28

June 29

15

87

28

93% Feb. 27
104% Oct. 31
98% Oct. 13

8

20
25

QQ

Oct.

106

26
99

Oct.

100

Sept.

Sept.
97% Sept.
103
Aug.
101% Sept.
78% Aug.
101% Sept.
89% Aug.
105% Oct.

8

Oct.

6

Oct.

66
Sept. 9
Mar.
9
3 102
93% Sept. 8
5
51
Aug. 22
33
June
1
18% June
9 39% Mar. 9
91
Mar. 11
84
Jan.
7
96% Oct.
3
75% May 31
68
Jan. 20
39% June 16

39

1

42

6
2

&*
99

Jan.

1
20

32

Sept.

46

Oct.

39% Oct.
20 102% Oct.
21

6

85

98

10

o36

36% Sale

40

97%

A

Oct.

43

O

I

22

98

13

Sale

O

A

59% Oct.

Oct.

1

42

M S

J

13
3
31
31

55

AO

I

31

17

63% Oct.

60

98% 100

53

23

M

19

10

51% Sale
49% Oct.
50%
101% Oct.
101% 102% 101% Sale
Sale
102
103% Sale
101% Oct.
15
18%
18%
14% Oct.

97 %
78
76
86 M
73
70
20 H
72

21

Oct.

85
28 104

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4 106

26

50

J

J

103% Oct.

21

84% Sept.

73

91% Jan.
89% Jan.
43
Jan.
95% June
66
May
97% Jan.
96% Jan.
64
June
98% June
82
May
10
June
% June
% Mar.
98% Apr.
93
July

3
24

Sale

8

O

Oct.

Oct.

45

O

A

79

Oco.

Oct.
Oct.

45

S

J

104% Oct.
104% Oct.

68

13
3

13

7
Sept. 27
86% Aug. 26
Jan.

80

Apr.
May
June
June

20
May
72% Jan.

1

Oct.

45
60

4

J

Oct.

Oct.

24

63

52

J

86

Oct.

57

64%

If

M N
Fund AC real est 4Ms gold.....1950
F A
15-year 6 Ms gold
1936
J
D
Gold 5s
'
1951
M S
Gold 5s
1960

Oct.

60% Oct.
99% Oct.

Oct.

34

101

O

101

17

30

79x4 Sale
100%

J

29

68

Utah Power Ac Light 1st 5s.

J

3

Oct.

96

30

10

5

8

Oct.

96%
14
92%
26103
3 101%
14
65
18 101
li 88%
5105%
11

21

65

M

25

Oct.

Oct.
10105
13 102% Oct.

46

8

Oct.

94

Oct.

1953

M

28

102

Utah Light Ac Trac 1st Ac ref 5s..1944

A

20

6

18

50

97

A

Oct.

43

102% Oct.

Sale

40% Sale

A

46

80
10

101

41%

J

27

28

Sale

41%
55

'97"

7

Oct.

50% Jan.

59% Jan. 21
6
Sept. 8

May
1% Mar.

98

31

Sale

39% Sale
101%

47
47

67

31
3

Oct.

82

45

42

Oct.
Oct.

90% Oct.

19

32

Oct.

102

25

6

96

8

Oct.

5
3

58

3

Sept.

June 10
Jan.
2

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

80

Oct.

41

J

Oct.

3% Oct.

4

1

39%

J

39

17

Sale

55

64

J

M

24

Oct.

1% Oct.

90
95

12%
41

36% Oct.
2% Oct.
a77

Feb.

61

53
93

42

June 17

56% July
1
Mar. 28
Mar. 28

31

Sale

57

62%

56

53

Oct.

87
Oct. 15
46% Oct. 13
95
Sept. 21
90
Aug. 23

23

31
29

79

98% Oct.
19% Oct.
31>
1% Oct.

4

28

79% Oct.
77% Oct.

10

Sale

17%
1%

96

25" "26"

26

Oct.

104%

97% Sale
19% Sale

100M

84

72% Oct.
73% Oct.

Sale

38% Sale .36% 38
2%
3%
1%
78
79
65%
Sale
66 M Sale
a58
95 %
98
96
97%
42 M
42%
"30"
31M "33" 28
96% Sale
95% Sale
92% Sale
91% Sale
Sale
102% Sale 102
Sale
101
102% 101
62 M Sale
62%
64%
99% Sale
100% Sale
Sale
92
86
86%
104 % Sale
104% 105%
104 % 105
105% Sale
81
78M
84% Sale
Sale
103% Sale 104

D

Sale

79

/

Mar. 24
June 13
June 21
June 20
Sept. 16
Apr. 18
Feb. 10
May 31

40
23

4

79

70

5
3

Oct.

40

White Eagle Oil & Ref deb 5 Ms.. 1937

"i",66o

Oct.
Oct.

6%« series C
1951
Sinking fund deb *%■ ser A...1947
United Stl Wks(Burbach) s f g 7s 1951
Universal Pipe 5c Rad deb 6s
1936

(stand ref 4Msseries B

9l""Oct"l9

42

45

Wheeling Steel Corp 1st 5 Ms A. .1948

"27

46

Sale

J

Oct.

25

56

1*53

88

40

11
22

50

.

10

19

28

Westphalia Un R! Pow 6s

1
3

Oct.

25

40

Western Union coll tr 5s..

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

Sale

A

Oct.

50

Oct.

67

....1944
J
1938

85
35

37
75

31

Western Electric deb 5s

7

20

40

3

J

66
70
32
50

1

23

1934
J
J
U S Rubber 1st 8c ref 5s series A..1947>
M N
United Steamship 15-yr 6s
1937,
United Steel Wka g 6Ms ser A... 1951

M

10

13

50

S

S

J

Oct.

65
17

15

Oct.

55
55
86

50

Oct.

46% Oct.
91

7

24

Sale

Tenn Elec Power 1st 8c

With warrants
89,000
3,000 White Sewing Mach deb 6s
Without warrants
6,000

"f,666

79
20

Sale

29

Sale

75%

J

Fuel 1st s f 5s
1953
78,000 Va Elec & Pow conv 5Ms
1942
5,000 Va Iron Coal Ac Coke 1st g 5s....1949
71,000.Virginia Ry Ac Pow 1st 5s
1934
12,000 Walworth Co 6 Ms ser A (with war) *35
Without warrants
2,000
1st • f 6s series A
...1945
98,000
71,000 Warner Bros Pictures conv deb 6s 1939
10,000 Warner Co 1st 6s with warrants.1944
Without warrants
1,000
.1939
17,000 Warner-Quinlan deb 6s....
...1941
13,000 Warner Sugar Ref 1st 7s
Warner Sugar Com 1st 7s
1939
Stamped July 1931 coupon
'39
"1:066
1941
34,000 Warien Bros Co deb 6s
1939
5,000 Wash Wat Pow 1st 30-yr 5s.'
1950
21,000 Westchester Light gold 5s
1946
45,000 West Penn Pow 1st 5e series A
1st 5s series E
1963
32,000
1st secured 5s aeries G
1956
45,000

87

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

35

Sale

F

34

a85%
42%
90%
83%
32%

40

Sale

Syracuse Lighting Co 1st g 5s—1951
J
RR gen 5s.....1951

Certificates of deposit...

13,000

88*

Sale

O

1944
Utlce Elec Lt Ac Pr 1st s f g 5s
1956
Utica G Ac El ref Ac ext 5s........1957
135,000 Utilities Pow Ac Ltg deb g 5M«
'47
473,000
Debenture gold 5s
1959
116,000,Vanadium Corp (Am) conv 5s... 1941
9,000 Vertlentes Sugar 1st s » 7s
1942

358,000
94,000
63,000
137,000
251,000
210,000
471,000
51,000
88,000

90% Sale"
83%
85%

26

75

Tenn Coal Iron 8c

6,000!Victor

3

5

26

49

77

Southw Bell Telep 1st 8c

Unterelbe Power 8c Ltg 6s

Highest.
Sale Prices.

5% May
3 31
July 27
Apr. 20 27% Oct. 29
June 16
40
Sept. 8
90
June
4 103% Aug. 11
75
Aug.
1
97% Oct.
4

Oct.

27% Oct.
38% Oct.
10 103% Oct.
19 97% Oct.

46%

N

A

Southern Colorado Power 1st g

United Rys St L 1st g 4s..

Oct.

96% Oct.

30

40%

Tokyo Eloctrlc Light (Ltd)
J
D
541,000
1st M6't Series
June 15 1953
MS
1,000 Trenton Gas 8c Elec 1st 5s
1949
MN
25,000 Truax-Traer Coal conv 6Ms
1943
MN
99,000 Trumbull Steel 1st ■ < es..
1940
J
J
Twenty-third St Ry Imp 8c ref 5s. 1962
42",660 Tyrol Hydro-Elec Power 7Ms
1955J--28,000
Guar sec s f 7s
.1952 * A
M
8
79,000 UJIgawa Elec Power 7s
1945 M N
89,000 Union El Lt & Pow (Mo) 5s
1933
J
J
68,000 Union Elec L 8c P (111) 1st 5 M*---1954
24,000 Union Elev Ry Chic 1st 5s... ...1945
40,000 Union OH Cal 30-yr 6s ser A May 1942
First Hen s f 5s ser C
Feb f 1935
38,000
Deb 5s with warrant.
81,000
Art 1945
MN
13,000 United Biscuit (Amer) deb 6s
1942
M 8
701,000 United Drug Co (Del) 5s
1953

7,000
294,000
10,000
343,000
116,000
326,000
89,000

103

6
13
29

25

MN

South Bell T 8c T 1st s f 5s

Certificates of deposit

19% Oct.
19% Oct.
37% Oct.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

46

J

Sierra 8c San Fran Power 1st 5s.. 1949

Sale

Sale
Sale
104

44

69

Shlnyetsu El Pow 1st 614s...l... 1952 J
Shubert Theatre deb 6s
1942
Siemens & Halske sec s f 4

Ask

85% Sale

75

J

1944
D
ref 6s....1947
O
Texas Corp conv deb 5s..
1944
J
Third Ave 1st ref 4s
.I960
o
Adjustment Income 5s
Jan 1 60
J
Third Ave RR 1st gold 5s
1937
MN
Tobacco Prod Corp deb 6%§
2022
32,000 Toho Elec Power (Ltd) 7s «er A..1955

43,000
152,000
568,000
160,000
409,000
19,000
600,000

a85% Sale

J

f deb 5s

Bid.

Highest.

M N

1946
27,000 Schulco Co guar 6H«-—
A
10,000
Guar sinking fund 444s B.... .1946
P
37,000 Sharon Steel Hoop s f 5^s..... 1948
M
194,000 Shell Pipe Line s f deb 5s... — - 1952

408,000 Shell Union Oil

Ask

29
23% Sale
26%
23%
24
37%
38%-Sale
102 % 104 % 102%
96
97 %

217,000 Richfield Oil of Calif 6*
1944
36,000
Certificates of deposit—....
F A
1955
22,000 Rima Steel s 1 7s
M S
9,000 Rochester Gas & El
ser C_. 1948
M S
1977
2,000
Geo Mrge 4
series DJ

Lowen.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.
Bid.

505"666

RANOE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Price

Sales in

October.
Value.

29

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

Oct.

16

Oct.
Oct.

15
20

Oct.

28

101

Aug. 23

§8*
80

Mar. 11
Jan.

16

97

Jan.

16

75

Jan.

2

72% Jan.

4

IS*

Oct.

4

77

Jan.

65

Jan.

15
21

103% Sept. 20
25% Oct. 20
21
Aug. 18
40
Sept. 8
Jan.

MSept.
5

4

92
88
75

5

9
Sept. 12
Sept. 17

Mar. 12

Sept. 12
Aug. 24
74% Sept. 8

New

York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF STOCK PRICES DURING OCTOBER 1932.
Stock Sales.

1932.

October.

Shares

1931.

In accordance with

a

489,304,333

AGGREGATE SALES.

October.

1932.
I

Bid.

Par

Alabama Ac \lcksburg
100
10 Albany 8c Susquehanna.100
Allegh 8c West Ry 6% gtd.100
2,9'16" 450 Atchison Top 8c S Fe
100
58,800
Preferred..
100

90

83>* Sale
77

33

Brooklyn Manhattan..
$6 preferred series A
248,900
*
17,500 Brooklyn & Queens Transit.*
Preferred
*
11,400

200

300
800

15,400 Boston

8c Maine

3,202,000 Canadian

340,000

60

Pacific.-

6834
734

283,400

'6,800
33,500

10
7
10
13

20

24

10

2834 Oct.

81

15

1734 June

5554 Oct.
7034 Oct.
2954 Oct.
1734 Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

80

Oct.

11

87

1734
5654
454
4434
834

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

11

24

11

1234 Oct.

62

634
5454
15

1634 Sale
3034
49

Sale
6

4
45

4834

834

10

1354 Sale
3034

10

94

July
954 May
354 June
6

Oct.

14

Jan.
Jan.

18
2

213" Jan.
4134 Jan.
3554 Aug.
91
Sept.

June

934 June
50

Oct.

Jan.

86
44

35

24

10

11

Oct.

14

10

1734 Oct.

1

13

4

18
11
5

45
52

Sale

52

89
Sale

60

15

Oct.
6334 Oct.
454 Oct.
4534 Oct.

June

1134
3134
234
2334

June
8
June
8
July
6
June 28
July 13

53

70

70

2234 Sale

4

734 May 31
30

55
64

55

2834 Sale

156"""Jan!"l9 150" Jan?"l9
3534 Oct.
Oct.

Sale

11

74
80

Highest.
Sale Prices.

21
14
29
13

5034 Mar.
7854 Mar.
1034 Mar.

8
5
8

29

454

1134 Sale

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

1834
1034
1234
1834

60

56"" "67"

Highest.
Salt Prices.

Sale Prices.

61

2134 Sale

4454

100

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
1634

Sale"

14

68

4234
6454
2034
12 34

2134

9

65

Ask.

Oct.

31

56

Oct.

19

Oct.
1734 Oct.

21

70

Oct.

21

10

2434 Oct. 29

*

Apr. 29
July 25
July 26

32
39
25

June

954 July

Mar.

5

1954 Sept.

2

58

2054 Mar. 5
3034 June 13
69

Jan.

70

Feb.

1 101

6

Sept.

3134 Jan.

15
6

3
14

100

Chic 8c East 111 RR

12,400
6% preferred
100
170 C C C Ac St Louis pref
100
104,500 Chicago Great Western..100
Preferred
284,800
100

1,100

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

"30" 223""

5434 Sale
7034
71
2934 Sale
1754 Sale
2034
22
2834
30
86
87

72
8
48

100

Chicago & Alton..

"4",600

""loo

.

Lowest

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

30

46

25

...

Bid.

09

100

70 Canada Southern

400

20*3
731l

'32 34 Sale

470 Carolina Clinch 8c O com .100
620
Stamped
100
11,025 Central RR of N J
100
3,632,442 Chesapeake & Ohio..
25

120

Sale

1934

50

3,183",100

7,400

84

2734 Sale
1534 Sale

........

Beech Creek RR

Oct. 1.

Ask,

Iso*" §55""

100
139,600 Atlan Coast Line RR
100
2,184,050 Baltimore 8c Ohio
Preferred
167,300
.........100
28,000 Bangor 8c Aroostook
50
Preferred
1,700
100

91",500

disregarded.

are

Price

Shares.

321,200
4,100
11,900
143,800
15,300
2,700

2,487,255,900

Prices are on basis of 100-sbar

Jan. 2

Jan. 1.

Shares.

$362,097,950

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

$189,254,100

2,301,996,050

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31......

Option sales

1931.

1932.
...

...............

rule or the Stock Exchange, effective Oct. 3 1915, all stocks are now quoted dollars per share.

ota, except in the case of stocks which sell only In a small way.

In

October.

47,896,533

378,984,664

Jan. 1 to Oct. 30

L

Bond Sales.

29,201,959

154

i

iH
.

3

m 75*

100

-

334 Sale
10 34 Sale

4

434
1254 Sale

134
134
55

2 34
2.34

154 Oct.
154 Oct.

4

21

154 Oct.

4

2

4

Oct.

334
8

3 34
834

34 July 15
34 May 12
29
134 June
2
234 May 25

5154 July

62
8

254 Oct.
734 Oct.

24

Oct.

11

434 Oct.
13

5

Oct.

1

334 Oct.
534 Oct.

5

354 Aug. 29
5
Aug. 25
Sept. 9
554 Aug. 29

65

1534 Jan.

22

Chic Indlanap Ac Lou 1st pf 100

144", 400 Chic Mil St Paul At Pacific..*

33,700

234 Sale

529,000

"9* loo

3

Preferred

100

.......

1,161,022 Chicago Ac North West...100
Preferred
24,100
...100
252,700 Chic Rock Isl Ac Pac
100

87,000
3,400
11,000

47,600
7% prefferred
6% preferred
44,700
120 Cleveland At Pittsburgh

2,500

2,100
10

Special

"5",600
370

1st preferred

3,850

160
600
80

570

1534

100

11

50

100

Cuba pref. 100

100

830 Detroit Ac Mackinac Ry
300
Preferred...

51 ~
2934

300

12,800
4,100

86,600

First preferred
Second pref erred

14,400

200

""366

"5", 900

700

14,200

...100

Preferred..
300 Havana Elec. Ry
340
Preferred

300
200

100
100

100

1,236,650 Illinois Central..........100
11,220
6% pref series A
..100
Leased line stock
3,330
..100
RR sec stock ctfs ser A1000
4,760
497,400 Interboro Rapid Transit
100

114,700
300
60
150

38,200

4

1734
1234

10

10

10

16

10
5

13

Oct.

10

9

Oct.

754 Oct;

10

15

1334
77
Sale
8

3

734

1634
434
12

60

62

31
4

Sale

754

8
60

Oct.

11

12

Oct.

25

60

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

12
17
3
12

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

21

19

Oct.

7

1734 Oct.

3

54

Oct.

10

2234 Oct.
334 Oct.

11

'"130
20

......

1,275

160
,'

400

.....100

400 Iowa

7•

68",600

4,400

Preferred.

Central
100
JoIIet At Chicago RR 7%
pflOO
Kansas City Southern....100

Preferred
16,800
283,200 Lehigh Valley

198,700 Louisville

35,600
15,200
420

100
100

50

Ac Nashville

8,560 Manhattan Ry mod 5% gu 100
Mod guar
560,200
,.100

20,500

...

980 Market Street Ry
Preferred
120

20

21

4

7

13

10

""400

4,800

180

250

H
Sale

634

6 34

;

34

54
34
54
834 Sale

T 'in

34
34
634
8

134
7
10

334

534

200

600

73,966
18,800
44,700
30
140

"

12,300
8,400
4,000
434,000
170,647

Minn St Paul At S S M

424,500
862,405

Missouri Pacific

Preferred

1134 Sale

10

10

3
4

10

6

2

4

28
55

30
8

1234
34
234

1334
154
434

20

Sale

.37

48

1034 Sale

20

Sale

21

30

27
31

11

8

25

2534
8

•

ft Vk
34

2

1734
31

5

18

18

534
34

10

11

1834 Oct.

1

434 Oct.

534 Oct.

Oct.

7
13

34 Oct.

10

Oct.
Oct.

1134 Oct.

5

4

Sale
41

3
14

Oct.

5
3

154 Oct.

27

24

3

Oct.

24

11

20

Oct.

1

10

2054 Oct.

1

30

20

Oct.

8

42

3134 Oct.
734 Oct.
334 Oct.

26

134 Oct.

Leased line

Preferred series A—

10

Sale

Convertible preferred-.100
320 Morris Ac Essex......
50
4,368 Nash Chatt Ac St Louis...100

500
100
90

7,420,917
82,100
105,200

175

Sale

934

Sale

1834

4,600
560

N. Y.

Chicago Ar St Louis.100

Preferred series A
10,205 New York At Harlem

270
20

♦No par value.

100

..100
50

x




non-cum pref..
50
Lackawanna Ac West. 100

Ex-dividend.

._._—

734

Sale

1934

14

15

2134

2854

2054

26

11

13

454
54
134
,434
54

534
34
1054
7
2 34

1234 Sale
534
554

30
Sale

8

X

1

Vk
534
34

Sale

4*

3

lH
434
1234
7

Sale

91

2934 Sale
554
108

1

234

Oct.

27

Oct.

22

20

11
8

234 Oct.

2

Oct.

15

2

8

Oct.

13

9

6

Oct.

10

Oct,
1034 Oct.
1434 Oct.

10

934 Oct.

11

15

4

5
3

7
10

Oct.

7

34 Oct.

tB
Sale

Oct.
Oct.

17
4

15
5

11
Oct.
1834 Oct.
2034 Oct.
28
Oct.

1034
2134

1234
4834
1834

15

i

2934
5

9
114

654
116

100

■i:

Sale
Sale

634 Sale

Sale

12ft

1

May 28

Sale

13
7

234 Oct.
134 Oct.
34 Oct.

26
18
10

1234 Mar.
5
34 June 15
1
May
5
334 June 14
34 Aug. 25

Oct.

18

June

15

June 20

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

8
19

Oct.
Oct.

4

3

10
11

1034 Oct.
2134 Oct.

1
1

434 Oct.
654 Oct.

10

734 Oct.

3
3

1434
Sale

17

534 Sale
Sale

10

Oct.

31

49

25

1134
34
54

1534
34
Sale
1954
Sale

1234 Oct.
34 Oct.
54 Oct.
15
Oct.
1834 Oct.

21

18

Sale

4

Sale

834
Sale

5

Sale

3

18

7

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

31
7

34 Oct.
54 Oct.

31

4

15

Oct.

4

10

30
5

Oct.
Oct.

1

654 Oct.

3

31

Oct.

3

434 Oct.
11334 10454 Oct.

10

734 May 26

4

554 Oct.
1034 Oct.

90

454 June
1
934 July 20
1534 June
1
4
May
5
234 June 10

8

8

2334

10
26
31
26

1
9

8

9

June

34 Oct.
1
July
8
May
2434 May

June

Oct.

854

3

June

Oct.

106

2934 Aug. 23
Sept. 2
Sept. 22
1134 Jan.
2
20
Aug. 29

30
18

9234 Sept. 2
4534 Aug. 23
9

Jan.

534 Jan.

15

6

10

Jan.

34
134
1154
1534
103*
50

Aug. 23
Aug. 23
Sept. 8
Aug. 25
Aug. 25
Sept. 7

25

Jan.

10

5

3

634

May

5

2

1634

2

234 June

234

49

Sale

31
19
25
6
28

5

3

Sale

0

2
May
254 May
2
May
48
Sepj.
534 May

Oct.

334
234
54
3
354

49

54
54

6
27

34 Oct.

15

65

18

Jan.
Jan.

5
3
4

1
13

Sale

1354 Sale
5034 Sale
1554 Sale

4

24
37

834 Oct.
554 Oct.

8

134

1

8

June

22

27

14

Sept.
1434 Jan.
154 Oct.
3
Apr.
3054 Jan.

8
21
27
20
IB

48

29

Jan.

2434 Sept. 6
38
Sept. 3
45
Aug. 23
1434 Jan. 28
1454 Mar. 7
1234 Mar. 5
3

Jan.

25

2

Oct.

15

1134 Sept. 8
134 Sept. 20

175

16

27

10%
N Y

11

2154

20

Nat Rys of Mex 2nd pref..100
1st preferred
100
510 New Orl Tex At Mexico
100
New York Central

10

12

34

9,140
1,980

480,700
3,100

234

434
334

1034
12
2234 Sale

100

..100

9

175

100

.100

434
334
10

2

54

140
9
18

July

83
13

34 Apr. 20
34 Apr. 11

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

954 Oct.

7

21

2

.....

34
34
834
934
534

10

33
7

234

..100

Mo Kan-Texas

32

1

4

10

42

2

..100

100

3

Oct.

31
Sale

434

2

234 July 21
July
6

4

654 Oct.
534 Oct.

154

1534 Sale

454 Sale

234

Mar. 23
Mar. 24

Jan.

1654 Jan. 22
2734 Jan. 14
2434 Jan. 14
61
Sept. 6

30

534 Sale

100

7434 Oct.
3934 Oct.
554 Oct.

1

8
5

5

50

1854 Sale

2734
4534

34 Oct.
34 Oct.

.54

60

1434
134

31

5

35

M

1434 Aug. 25

June 29

10

46

"ir" Sale"

12,900 Minneapolis Ac St Louis..100

700

15,300

Prior preferred

Second preferred

Oct.
Oct.

434 Aug. 25
8
Aug. 25

May 31

134 May 25
434 May 26
2
May 25
5034 Aug.
4
434 June 29

4

..—

H

100

........

25

——

10

54 June
1
134 May 26
2
5

Oct.
1434 Oct.

Oct.

100

Certificates of deposit..100
1,950 Int Rys of Cent Amer
*
30
Certificates.
.._....*

3

10

22

Sale

74

*

81,900 Hudson Ac Manhattan
Preferred
3,000

3,500

634

Sale
Sale
11
8
62

50

1234

3934
534

Sale

534

1054
634
854

Oct.

534 Oct.

354

23

1934 Sale

534

Green Bay Ac Western
100
Gulf Mobile At Northern..100

29

7034 Sale

100

220 Erie Ac Pittsburgh
.......50
831,300 Great Northern pref
..100

1134 Sale

1734

734 Sale

96,906

16

14

100
.....

Sale

2234

1134 Sale
27

100
100

9

Sale

654 Sale

62

1034

5

334

954 Sale
15
1734
14

15
35
35

.....

234

554

534

67

6

1,200 Duluth South Sh At Atl_.100
1,900
Preferred..
100
175,900 Erie
100

100

20
Sale

...100

184,670 Delaware At Hudson.....100
1,351,626 Del Lack At Western
50
19,100 Denver Rio Gr Ac Wes pref 100

12,100
433,500
1,300

Sale
Sale

9

100

2d preferred

16,700 Consolld RR of
2,130 Cuba RR pref

17

100

50

Colorado Ac Southern

Sale

634 Sale

334

3„

22 119

Oct.

18

1

4

1534 Sept.
2534 Sept.
2934 Sept.
3834 Sept.

8
2
8
2

Sept. 17

a
31
234
3*
34
34
54
634
134

334

4654 Mar. 11

8

2054 Mar. 8
34 Jan. 15

Sept.
Oct.
Sept.
Jan.
May
May
July
May
June

134 May
234 May
July
734 May
34 Feb.
34 May
954 Aug.
854 June
134 May

40

2

June

8234 May
July
Apr.

100
65

9
26
9
12
13
28
12
26
1

2% Jan.

29

9

26

Jan.

53* Mar. 31

54 Aug.
454 Sept.
6
Sept.
2034 Sept.
13
Sept.
24
Sept.

11
7
7
10
23
23

11

Jan.

22

26
60

Jan.

26

Sept. 3
30
Sept. 2
Sept. 3
34 Sept. 6
20
Aug. 24
3654 Jan. 15
954 Sept. 8
1554 Jan. 22
1273* Aug. 16
125
Apr. 26
65
Apr. 22

|f

AGGREGATE SALES.
Since
1.

In

T

Price
Jan. 2

8TOOK EXCHANGE

Par.

Shares.

Shares.

l°oA
8%

Convertible preferred -100
72,900
349,400 N Y Ontario 8c Western..100
*
2,800 NYRys pf
100
12,350 Norfolk Southern
100
125,800 Norfolk 8c Western
Preferred
108
3,651
150 Northern Central.......--50
1,391,600 Northern Pacific.........100
100
1,000 Pacific Coast
_

200

1,600
8,400
321

166", loo
120

290

First

590

.

151,700

100

Hartford

N YNH &

2,011,700

56,900
5,100
31,100

3d preferred

2,110,780 Pennsylvania

2,000

1,273
580

Sale

24

8

7

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

if

2

9,000
800

457,800

""200
5,900
500

262", 166

West

St

Preferred

62,300
700

112,200
600

68,100
7,500

32%

26

102

108

8

9

6

Sale
3%

2

3%
3%

Sale
Sale

9

16

8

800

25,200

1,200
2,300
700

4,000

Sale
1

Sale

Sale

12

Sale

Sale

15% Sale

~

23

6

44

17
5

8%

2%
8%
75

62%
2%
3%

5%

Pref series A $40 warr'ts 100

500

1,000

4,100

3,300

35",200
100

4,100
1,200
4,500
1,200
3,620
1,500
500

146,847
11,000
900
62,600
200
10

6,800
1,800
18,200
700
300

7,400

1,470
190

*j
*!
*
.100

(Conn)

*

4%
50

262*

3

11
2%
2%

2%

13

.

3

3
14%
Sale
2%
Sale
3%

9

1%
10%
2%
2%
5%

Sale
Sale

10

5
9

6

8%
1
10

25

13%
75%
60%

117%

20
85%
Sale
Sale

100

...

*

...100

...

American Can..

....

Preferred.....

Amer Car 8c Foundry..

Preferred

_.*

54,400

100

Preferred

26

*

Chain

5

100

Chicle..

Foreign Power....

Preferred
Preferred

*

......

....




Ex-Dividend,

26%
31%
45
5

7

a

Sale

6

8%
108

12

6%
15%
85

55%

Sale

3

6

36%

20%
Sale
34

15

50
8

12%
28
5

14

63
Sale

Sale

y

Sale

43%
1% ;y 2

4

AA

11% Sale
75
70%
Sale

x52

124% 119 %

11%
25%

7

Oct.

5

Oct.

20

3% Oct.
3% Oct.
9
Oct.

3

17

10
5

4

31
10

Oct.
Oct.

10

9

Oct.

29

4% Oct.
1% Oct.

6

7

10

14%
%
%
29%
12%
15%

Oct.

28

7% Oct..

18

29

Oct.

4

76% Oct.
64
Oct.
3
Oct.
3% Oct.

1
3
3
6

3
28

26

8% Oct.
6% Oct.
3
Oct.

10

5% Oct.

4

Oct.
85
Oct.
5% Oct.
55% Oct.
13% Oct.
10% Oct.
2% Oct.
8% Oct.
51
Oct.
1% Oct.
9% Oct.
2% Oct.
1 % Oct.
2% Oct.
2% Oct.
2% Oct.

21

21% Oct.
85
Oct.
7% Oct.
60
Oct.

4

10

18% Oct.
Oct.
3
Oct.
9% Oct.
60% Oct.
2% Oct.
12% Oct.
2% Oct.
2% Oct.
5% Oct.
4% Oct.
3% Oct.

8% Oct.

11

10

53% Oct.
55
Oct.
2
Oct.
2% Oct.
5% Oct.
6
Oct.
1 % Oct.
3% Oct.

21
10

10
10
13
10
13

3

% May
May
May
4% Apr.
9
Apr.
% Jan.
% Jan.
6% June
2% May
3
July
3% June
15
May
3% May
1% Apr.
7
June
27% July
40
May
% June
1
June
% June
1% May
2
May
% June
% May

-

-

—

35

6

140

Sale

86

7%

15

20

12

18

12

13

Sale

12%
13%
5
4%
4% Sale
17

9%

9%

14% Sale

40

50

9

Sale

Sale

100

Ex-rights.

9%
4%
3%

7

,

Sale

33

Sale
14%
13%
Sale
5
4%
16

Sale
Sale

38

7
2

11
36%

8

42%
Sale

%

3%

9%

ft I "
if* Sal*
32

8
8
15
10
10
8
6

31
10
11

10

3

3

2
21

11
15
2
4
1

16
1

21
12
28

20
16
11
31
2
1
16
28
26
9
31

34
15

Sale

2%
2%
1%
2
6% Sale

A9
3
Sale

26%
12
2
1

25

26

5%
20%

24

25

24

29
Sale

2%
1%
Sale
Sale
■

25

June 24

4

12

June

3
4

10

18
7
1

3

June

\i

% June 11
June
3

4

7
5

Oct.

21

1% Oct.

10

21

5
4

8% Oct.

10

7

21% Oct.

11

28

8% Oct.
10% Oct.
17
Oct.

26
Oct.
6
Feb. 17

15

Oct.

Mar. 15

8
9
6
6

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

21

Jan.

18
26

Sept. 8
Aug. 25
Aug. 25

Aug. 25
19% Jan. 30
21% Aug. 25
Jan.
2
115
Feb. 19
136
Feb. 16
112
2
52% Oct.
Jan. 29
33
Sept. 2
38
Oct.
5
102
14% Sept. 2
24

6% Jan.

14

9% Jan.

22

13% Sept.
7% Mar.
20 V* Jan.
% Jan.
1% Sept.
37% Jan.
18% Sept.
23% Sept.
25
Feb.
35
Sept.
14
Mar.
4% June
24% Jan,
94% Feb.
71% Aug.
4% Aug.
6
Jan.
3
Jan.

8
26

zz

26

28
2
21
8
8
3
7
8
10

26
13
25
29
28

15
11% Sept
2
11% Sept. 2
4% Aug. 25
8% Aug. 25

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

5
12

3

25

21
28

Oct.

21

10
10
25

42%
1%
6%
14%
80%
56%
122%

7% Oct.
20% Oct.

26

Oct.
Oct.

26

32% Oct.

10

11% Oct.
27
Oct.
4% Oct.
15
Oct.
37
Oct.

Oct.

7

7% Oct.

13
24

28

7
7
4

3

5
18
4
1

29

8
8

i*

17% Oct.

10

26% Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

7

8

Oct.

28

11% Oct.

6

Oct.

10

11

11% OCj.
9% Oct.

11
10

2

Oct.

6% Oct.
37
Oct.

25

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
18
Oct.
40% Oct.
% Oct.
9% Oct.

24

41

Oct.

10

% Oct.

18

Oct.
Oct.

10

3% Oct.

27

11% Oct.
36% Oct.
1-128 Oct.

26

7
4

6

7
11
26

18%
15%
13%
4%
4%

Sept.

19

Jan.

June 30

Apr. 29
Apr. 29

3 % June

47

17
50

25

June

6% Oct.
37

Oct

2% Junt

4

■;

Ju*y
3% July
July

2

Oct.

19

11

Oct.

4

27

33

Oct.

5

10

15% Oct.

1

Oct.

8

Oct.

25

11

Apr.

4% Oct.

8

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1

June

1

19

Oct.

17

23

Oct.

14

1%
6%
26%
24%

3

15

15

19

%

if*

June

Sept. 6
Aug. 29

7% Sept.
26

Jan.

37% Mar.
Jan.

6

Sept. 24
Mar. 22

Sept. 29
Jan.

9

Sept.
Apr
Sept.

8
9
6

Jan.

21

Jan.

18

Aug. 29
Aug. 30
Sept. 8
Sept. 7

68

Mar.

12

Sept. 8
Aug. 30
Aug. 30
Aug. 29
Sept. 6

|H

i

49

June

22% Jan.
3% Mar.
3
Aug.
9% Aug.
32
Aug.

July

33

June

6
28
8

9
51% Mar.
% Oct. 14
21% Mar. 8

Ja

19

3

Feb.

2% Aug. 25
9% Aug. 23
Sept. 8

2

28

6

P
4

.

June 30
1% Apr. 22
7
June 22
18
June
1

16

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7%
26%
11%
1%

Sept.
Mar.

2
6% June
hi
177/8
40
July 11 90
Feb. 18
29% June 27i 73% Mar. 8
2 129
93% June
Mar. 14

Oct.

2

8
13

Sept. 8
Sept. 12
Sept. 8
Jan.
11

10

1-128 Oct.

26

8
9
9
8

22% S pt. 8
21
% Seo
12
Aug. 26
15% Sept. 3
22% Sept. 8

3
28

15

21

14

Oct.

8

25

9
Apr.
45
2
July 13
8%
6% Jan.
11
11
May
27
1
May
5
2% Apr.
15%
100
July 28 110
2
May
4
15
5
May
38%
3% June
5'
33
2% May
4
21%
3
May
21
6%
1
May
1
6%
4% May
4
27

9% Oct.
% Oct.

8
11
17
8
9
4

Oct.

4

1

1

7
15

Sept.
Sept.

15

42

6

13

15
29

Jan.

4*

3

5

Jan.

Apr. 23
6
July
2
3% June
5
May 31

1

4

May 27

3
Feb.
9% .ian.
24% Aug.
98
Mar.
9% Sept.
73
Sept.
30% Mar.
14
Sept.
4% Aug.
16% Mar.
63% Sept.
3% Sept.
16% Apr.
4
Mar.
3% Sept.
8% Sept.

42% June 27
88%
96% Apr. 14 119%
June
1
4
15%
7
4% July
10
% Apr. 11
2%

28

13

8

May 26
1
30% July
6
% June
9
7% June
1
July 27
May 31
May 31

11

9

1

9% July 20

4

19

8

3% Oct.

10

July
1
1% May 31

22

Oct.

29

1

68

4

4

70% Oct.
45% Oct.
116
Oct.

3

8

June

10

13

13
82
Oct.
13 117% Oct.
26
12
Oct.

14

10

12

140

13

37%

%

100

•

9%
43%
Sale

2

2*/
Sale

•

18
Sale

40

Sale

*

*

8% Oct.
7% Oct.
12
Oct.
40
Oct.
1
Oct.

8

10
21

2

10%

5

Sale
9

86

140

21

13

16

19%

18

34
Sale

3

2

11%

9%

34

*

•

Sale

15

7%

Sale

5%

28

1

5

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7%

"4%

7% Sale

45

Sale

7%
8%
21% Sale
3% Sale
7%
12

26%

p

9%

40

2

14%

122

10

7%

29

45%

11

?

18

25% Sale

2~

16%
21%
85% 104%
5% Sale
56
64%
15
17%
10% Sale
2% Sale
8%
9%
53% Sale
1%
2
11% Sale
2% Sale
1% Sale
3%
3%
2%
3%
.2%
4

45%

75

Sale

100

Preferred

109,700 Amer Locomotive
Preferred
29,750
294,800 Am Mach 8c Foundry..
24,500 Amer Machine & Metals
1,600
Voting trust ctfs
109,500 American Metal
11,100
% Conv preferred
2,660 American News Co

x

9

2%

*

...

•N^parvaiue

4
6%

*

............

(6)

2d pref A
*
118,019
27,100 Am Hawaiian Steamship
10
..*
26,120 Amer Hide 8c Leather
Preferred
...100
28,900
*
261,235 Amer Home Products
h
146,847
*
242,900 American Ice
Preferred
100
12,800
983,700 Amer Internet Corp..
*
15,000 Am La France 8c Foamlte

1,080

6%

"13"

15%
42%
1 %

50

%
Sale

Am
Coal
Co
of
Alleghany
120
County, N J
25
15,400 American Colortype
*
10
272,900 Am Com Alcohol v t c_.
New
20
307,600
»
19,600 Amer Encaustic Tiling
43,300 Am European Securities
•
130 American Express Co.....100

2,145,800
117,700

2%
6%

9%

10%

%

37%

10

2?*
8*

Sale

13

»

.......100

Preferred

Am &

11 102
10
8

7

80% Sale
66% Oct.
73% Sale
113% 118% 116
117% 116% Oct.
Sale
8
7% Oct.
10% Sale
12
9
10
7% Oct.
7%
2
1%
1%
%
% Oct.
5
Oct.
8%
8%
5%
Sale
20
18% Oct.

Sale

7%
%

2%
Sale
3
Sale
5%
6
6

5

Sale
Sale

68% Sale
105% 110
11

Sale
66
17%
Sale
3%
9%
Sale

59

Sale
40

12

22%
104%

7%
65%
16%
11%

67

24%
10 J*
z y\
2%
13%
49%
1%
13%

0%
3

Am Brake S 8c F

American

27

18

8

Sept.
Feb.

30

85

Sale

American

Sale

5

3%
6%

17

% Sept. 27
1% June 14

Sale

14

137,700
51,080
9,700
4,800
76,200

2% Sale

1

97

95

6

7,900
2,900

Sale

3

9

Feb.

25%
3%
13%
4%
23%
5%

14

Jan.

40

18

7
Sale

7,779.800
26,400

62

5

Oct.
Oct.

6

6

458,500
4,300

163",900

100

Preferred

Preferred

Sale

4%
6%

25 %

*

3,890
50,166
4,790

160
410

1,700

*
__*
*

...

Chem

5

July 22

July
5
July 20
9% June 10
July 11
15
May
2
15
May 27
75
May
1
3

Sale

2

57,400 Amer Agrlc Chemical (Del).*
134,800 American Bank Note..
10
Preferred
50
4,810
19,300 American Beet Sugar
*

3,200

65

25

.100

....

100

_

10

18

4,040 Alleghany Steel..

800

64%
3
4%

10

6
3

6
2
1%

5%
1%
1

Sale

100

Pref series A $30 ex-war .100

Agrlc

3
14

Oct.

25

25

20
25

13

41

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

14%
%
%
15%

Sale
10%

8%
8%
6

30
Sale

100

*

4,406,000 Allied Chem 8c Dye..
Preferred
22,100
364,300 Allis Chalmers Mfg
26,950 Alpha Portland Cement
7,700 Amalgamated Leather
Preferred
3,000
97,900 Amerada Corp
825

25

8%

100

Pref series A $30 warr'ts

200 Amer

24
Sale
Sale

20

8

11

2

Sale

%
%
28%

20
% Sale
%
%
28 % Sale
8

8%

*
2,969,600 Air Reduction Inc
13,000 Air-Way Elec Appll Corp....*
1,789,900 Alasaa Juneau Gold Mln.10
5.100 A P W Paper Co
*
941,600 Allegheny Corp
•

5,900
9,000

I*

17

Oct.
2% Oct.
9
Oct.

Sale
2% Sale
7%
11

10%
%
%

100
100

.........

""166

_

MISCELL.

8c

Preferred

12,900
32,300

24

6

Abitlbi Power 8c P

119,600

14

Oct.
Oct.

30
25

29
24% Oct.
108
100
Oct.
10%
7% Oct.

102

10

100

Preferred B

205 Alliance Realty

276",800

May 27
1% June 30
3% June
2% June
Mar. 31

,

37

3

.......

700

16% Oct. 20

10
24

June

6?

13
6

105
92

26

4

Preferred
100
2.099
794,400 Adams Express
Preferred
100
4,682
*
89,600 Adams Mlllis
61.400 Addressograph Multigraph
44,900 Advance Rumely
»
231,500 Affiliated Products

290

20

2% May 16
May
1

139
34

5

7.600 Abraham & Straus

2,100

10

19% Oct.
2
Oct.
8
Oct.
16% Oct.
14
Oct.

Sale Prices.
Jan. 21

May 26
July
6
July 12
15%
Apr. 19
June
I
3%
June 27 135
July
5 78%
Jan.
9
69%
Mar. 17

1

4

160

33
29

100

...

INDUSTRIAL

10.900

90

44%

100

Preferred A

129,600
23,310

70

160

139

Wheeling 8c Lake Erie
100
Preferred—.......—..100

6,900
5,100
2,200

10
11

12% Oct.
1% Oct.
5
Oct.
10
Oct.
6
Oct.

\

5% May 26

1

24% Oct.
1
Oct.

16% Oct.

24%
24%

100

...........

Wabash

500

90

16

40

3%

.

369,200 Western Maryland
Second preferred......
16,900
18,100 Western Pacific
Preferred
75,200

1,100

65
68

Higtiest.

Prices

110

Deposit receipts

29.845

59,300

8

140

Louis-San

Preferred

104,200
67,300

3,400

Oct.

14% Oct. 10
1
Oct.
4

40

33

100
90,500 Third Avenue
7,900 Twin City Rapid Transit. 100
Preferred
100
2,670
100
2,492.150 Union Pacific

300

6%

90

Sale

27

"6%

'

1,800

10

30

690,100 Southern Railway...
100
Preferred
100
168,020
Mobile 8c Ohio certifs_.100
3,900
100
2,200 Texas 8c Pacific

29,366

1

3%
1%
14%
1%
7%

19

110

Preferred
.......100
2,000
*
210.100 Seaboard Air Line
Preferred
.....—100
15,600
100
3,659,769 Southern Pacific Co..

2,200
3,400
2,500

Sale

Sale
2%
10
4%
Sale
5
Sale
12
9

10

12

31%

Francisco..100
100
100
16,100 St Louis Southwest

1

80

16%

40

160

183,910

48,200
10,600

Sale

%
1%
88%
78%

i!h
3H
57*

Sale

125

500

""loo

14

Sale

14

8

115

179,200

100

8

.

16

11%

100

&

Preferred

Second preferred
50
310 Rensselaer 8c Saratoga—100
7,810 Rutland RR. pref
100

7,500
10,100

4

19

12,800

70

300

10

2

5
Sale

2*

78

3
4%
19% Sale

2%

pref_.50

120 Pitts Youngs 8c Ash pf 7% 100
64,500 Reading Company
50
First preferred
7,400
...—50

100
700

2

x!
98

80

23% Sale
1
2%

Sale

6

Sale

78

4

8

%

106% 107

68
Sale

Virginia.-100

Plttsb

400

3,100

2

Sale

1

Sale

%

120

90 Pitts Ft Wayne 8c Chicago. 100

3,200

100

11

Sale

Sale

21% Oct.
35% Oct.
11
Oct.
% Oct.
2% Oct.
106% Oct.
78% Oct

10

Oct.

Sale

2

..100

110 Phlla Rapid Transit

32

1

-—100
100

12% Oct.

16% Sale

35

16 %

100

8,200 Peoria 8c Eastern
18,600 Pere Marquette
Prior preferred
13,818
Preferred
9,145

500

Sale Prices.

21% Sale

67%

18
1
6

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale

39

Lowest.

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale

1%
117

100
100
...—50

preferred..

Ask.

Bid.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.

Jan.

October.

RANGE SINCE JAN. I.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

STOCKS
N

31

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

Jan.

8

14

9

10
30
30
30

N. Y. STOCK

I

SA1

PRICES

STOCKS
a

Sine

*

Par.
Amer Power & 1

101

92

*

21,
226,

2,
93,
116,
18,
51,
,473,
190,
,393,
30,
^ 8,

Preferred

108,
9,

234,
509,
18,
1

66,

9,

,139
10,
93
2
4

39
1

59
351

274

83,
33

3,

60
153
5

Am Rolling Mill
American Safety Razor

American

Refining,

American Snuff
Preferred

Amer Solv & Chem
Corp
Pre ferred
......

3

"8"

.

„

.

„

303,
23,

•

Teiegll.IIIlOO

Amer Type Founders

lou
100

...

Am Wat Wks 8c El

...»

Certificates.....
1st preferred

»

*

.

100

tr ctfs*

Pref voting'trust ctfs
Amer Zinc, Lead 8c Smelt
Preferred

1
25

Anaconda Copper

50

Anaconda Wire & Cable....♦
Anchor Gap Corp...

Mining Co

...»
100

149,

3
22
27**
93* Sale
6

*

Art Metal Construction
Associated Apparel Indus

10
*

Dry Goods
_

....

W l

*

... ...

Refining

25
»

...

I.IIIlOO

Preferred

Stores.w... *
Corp..
*

Atlas Tack

II..*

Austrian Credit Anstalt
......

9

*

-"Isn

»

....

Preferred

100

1100

Preferred

Barnet Leather

♦

100

Barnsdall Corp, class A...25

Bayuk Cigars, Inc

100

Creamery.....

10** Sale
90

Sale

96

35
1

Sale
Sale

46
1%

Sale
Sale

10

3*
63*

8,

7,
2,

348,
449,
3,
12,
13,

2

4

50

80

73*
2**
7%

93*
9**
143*
9%
18%
77
4

IX
L33

7%

Sale
Sale
70
50

Sale
12
163*
Sale
23
84
5

6

8

14

4

25

52** Oct.
7% Oct.
33** Oct.

25

Oct.

10

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3

2

5
7

10

1

3

June 30

8

3

Apr.

25

11

26

10
10
5

a

Sale

Oct.
Oct.
113* Oct.
71** Oct.

53* Oct.
25
13** Oct.
18 100** Oct.
14

46
2

10
10

10

15
%
2
Sale

5

Sale

Sale
89 **

3S" zt'A
4* llg
4%
59

Sale
14**
61

*

•

*,

...100

59

^100

ist preferred
Borden Co. (The)

100

25,
Corp........10
Botany Cons Mills A.
50
Borg-Warner

Briggs Ac Stratton

»

Brockway Motor Truck

193*
48%

l*f
37

5
6

26
3
3
3

Oct.
2% Oct.
3% Oct.

11

3

18
20
7

45

Oct.

7

13

4

Oct.

13

5

1% Oct.

18

2% Oct.

Oct.

25

9

Oct.

3

33** Oct.

19

Oct.

14

30

Oct.

14

35
35

15

Oct.

13

15

Oct.
Oct.

13

73*
13**
10**
63**

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

26

8% Oct.
17% Oct.

6

5

7

June

1

95 J* June
4
June

3

44

4

26

June

III

Jan.

** May 10
July
9
1** May 25

5** May
May
13* May
7
Apr.
85
Apr.
24
May
3* May
3* June
3** May
1
May
2** Apr.
43
July
4
May
5* May
3
May
20
July
15** July
6** July
40

5

Sale
49

3

3* Sale

9** Sale
~X
3*
83*
10

June

8

25

Feb.

6**
83*
7**
45**

19

3% Oct.

3

1

4

2834

Oct.

21

Sale

163* Oct.

28

4
5

ilk

July 21

53* Sale

53* Oct.

73* Oct.

6

5

20

13

Oct.

3

14

69** Oct.

17

1

28,

6** Sale
163*
18

5

Oct.

10

Oct.

5

15

22

Oct.

3

76

Oct.
Oct.

10

75

21

81

Oct.

4

1% Oct.

10

13* Oct.

3

Oct.

20

77

3*
10

2
11

11

9

11

Oct.

5

Oct.

1

8

Oct.

5
24

20

::::: "15"

Sale

43* Sale

33* Oct.

10

9

10

4

11

6

Oct.

8

52

41

45

41

Oct.

28

12**
69**
38**
5%
583*
8%
9%
15**

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

28

32

Oct.

Sale

Sale

12** Sale
683*
70**
39** Sale
5**
53*
57**
59**
10** Sale

Sale

12

Sale

173* Sale
343* Sale
9
15%

62**

Sale

15**
6%
7%
7%
12%
55%
383* "66""
15
13**

n

I*
Sale

11**
50**

8%

18

10
14

May 31

8

May 27
July
8
** Apr.
9
10
Apr. 29
% June 28
4** June
9
33* June
4

June

35

12**
69**
29**
23*
573-*
4*4
53i
7**
16**
9%
33*
6**

July 29
Oct. 28
Oct.

10

14** Oct.

4

Oct.

27

51

Oct.

3

31

18

3* Oct.
% Oct.

20
4

U

Oct.

1

27

593* Oct.

13

10
10

15

Oct.

4

15

Oct.

4

1

11,

24 ** Oct.
46** Oct.

28
8
4

6% Oct.
7% Oct.
56** Oct.

8
8
4

7

10

1

60

9% Oct.
49

x*
Sale

25

Sale

21

1!

2
62

May
Jan.
June
May
June
June
July
Apr.
June
June
50
Apr.
40
Apr.
4% June

6** Oct.
7% Oct.
56** Oct.

I

12%
60

383*
10**
50**
X

Oct.
17** Oct.
70
Oct.
Oct.
43
45

25

4

Oct.

10

30

Oct.

1

73* Oct.

Sale

10

113* Oct.

5

1

9
8
29
12
25
16

% May 17
% Mar. 30
1** June
li

** Oct.
% Oct.

13

50

51

**
3*
29 J*
11**
**

3
19
29
13
30
16
22
28
9

56** Oct.
13* Oct.
18** Oct.

10

42

50

1

11
2
12
31
18
19
31
2
7
31

10

17

16
15

June

11

o

Sale

2

12*

4

23* Oct.
363* Oct.

Sale

1

8% Sale
20% Sale
85
80%
1" '

2

May 25

July
Feb.
July
June
Apr.
July
May

an

Sale

6

2

6
10** July
11
May 26
II
May 27

6
10

Sale

41** Sale

7

»

...

5
17

Oct.
Oct.

4

31**

69

3%
Sale
1%
17%
18%

58%
14%
14%
23%
46%

100

Bohn Alum Ac Brass Corp...*
Bon Ami class A
...*
Booth Fisheries....
•

1

Oct.

u

6

Sale

•

Blaw-Knox

4

Oct.

2

16** Sale

53 %
1%

»

Bethlehem Steel Corp
7% preferred.

1
4

3

4**

11

40%

Best Ac Co

3

5*4

70

20

Belg Nat Rys part pref
Bendlx Aviation Corp....

1
14

2

JX
35

15

3%

3*

X
IX
3X

16 X

Oct.

1% Oct.

7

1

5

4

3
Sale

85

Oct.

5

45

33

Sale
17%

June

21

31
4
1
27
2

28
1
16
1

13
22
16
2
1

*& May 13
** May 11
20
July
1
33* May 26
** Apr. 26
4
May 26

•

7%

9

"7%

82

83

31

33**

117,
3,
111,

Budd

Preferred

100

Briggs Manufacturing
Brunswlck-Balke-Coll

*

Bucyrus-Erte Co
(7)

...100

10

Watch

Class A

new

Preferred

vjt

t C...

•

%
2%
%
%

...........100

Class B

*

Class B certificates..

»

Burroughs Add Mach.

....

Bush Terminal Co

*
•

Debenture stock
100
Bush Term Bid go gtd pref. 100
Butte Copper & Zinc
5
Butterick
•
Butte & Superior

Byers Co...

Mining..Ifti

...

Preferred...........




*
..100

113*
16**
51

40

IX

3%
1%
19

65**

25

105

104

Oct.

Sale

AX
Sale

4% Oct.

83** Oct.
32** Oct.

5
3

46
23

July

9

Oct.

26

100

Aug.

4

6% Oct.

4

4 105

10

""

3*~Oct""l3 "T"oct:"3

Sale

33* Oct.
5% Oct.

6

21
28

53* Oct.
7** Oct.

1

Oct.

Io

3

9%

7

Oct.

19

10

2

Oct.

10

6

4

Ax
Sale

2% Sale
1
1%

33* Oct.
1% Oct.

22

3**
1%

5

1%
Sale

68

5

6

Oct.

8
7

J* Oct.

3*
2
**
8** Sale

2

10%
7%
20%
42%
1%

Sale

29

1

i*

"5%

'

33*
5%
2J*
1**
3*

Oct.

1
2% June
July 8
Apr. 13
June

4

May 31

1

3
3
11

2

8**

Oct"

7

5

§3*

Oct.
7% Oct.

25

31

17

Oct.

36

Sale

36

Oct.

18

44

Oct.

**
2%
1%
12%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

8

15

7
10

1** Oct.
3% Oct.
1% Oct.
193* Oct.

4

3
3

6

5
7

7
4

9

July 27

May
2% May
Apr.
Apr.
X Oct.
July

26
28
11
16

Feb.

9

Xh

s

Oct.

1

4

17

** Apr.

»»

"

11** Oct.

**

4

Oct.

Sale

2%
3%
i% Sale
14
143*
59
43**

2

3

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

113*
;

June

June 16

2

n
17%

Oct.

3

1%

•

c

13

30

3%

3**
5%
2%

*
v

723* Oct.

Sale

65

40

Sale

Sale

2%

100
*

Burns Brother*,

el*

40

*

Wheel

Buiova

7%

Bullard Co

10,

July
1
IX Apr. 22

89

76

30**
110
1013*
Sale
43*
3%
2%
%
33*
5%

1$

5

5

(E G) Mfg
Preferred 7%

Budd

*
10

Conv preferred

65,

103**
6%
2%

*

Brunsw'k Term Ac Ry See

Preferred

Oct"""7

Oct/27

100

•

12,
3,
28,
26,
32,
826,

Oct.

7

Oct.

43*

15

45

25

13

—,

53* Oct.

13* Oct.
3* Oct.
6% Oct,.

2

27%

7

67

11%

June

May 31
23* Apr. 29
693* July 11
1
40** June

11

1133*
76**
813*
24 118**

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

1%

18

31
6
31

26

13

21!

2l|

19**
7%
7%
83*

Sale
11
Sale

Oct.

6

1

15

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

8

Oct.

11

4

50

25
—

% Oct.
2% Oct.
3

96

IX

11

16%
12%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

40

3

50

*

76,

1X
4

2

4%

36
30
15

..100

Preferred

405,

13

5
11

45

100%
40 **
1% Sale
% Sale

' Sale
8% Sale

Brown Shoe, Inc

2,

1
4

103*

3%
4%

^

5

31

50

4
r 2-

4

Oct.

Oct.

39

45
■'

10** Oct.
66

26** Oct.
77** Oct.

Oct.

96

1%

2%
3%

5%

10
27

Jan.

** Jan.
** Feb
3
May
34
July
20
May

34

%

11

Brooklyn Union Gas

4,

90

11

3

Sale

96,
19,
2,
531,
12,
49,
44,
36,

2,

26

3%: Sale
19** Sale

100**
46%

1

lix
70

Blumenthal At Co pref

196,

26 104

7

50

Beech-Nut Packing..
Belding Brothers

Preferred

Oct.

6% Oct.

69

•

1st preferred

Bloomingdale Bros
1,

104

10

4

4**

*

1

Preferred

15
July
213* June

Sale

8%
6%

June 21

4

25

10**

70

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *

19,

12%

9

June 22

5% May 31
22

13

50 n

.....

Aviation Corp of Del
(The).. 5
Baldwin Locomotive

1

21

Oct.

Oct.

1%
3
5%
28**
Sale
113*

2,
21

3* June 20
% Apr. 22
10

75

67

X
14X

Prior A

Autosales

7
8
10

20** Oct.

7
14

....

Auburn Automobile
Austin, Nichols 8c Co

Oct.

10

Oct.
Oct.

31

13

25

100

...

8

18

4

Sale

70

50

•

Preferred
Atlantic

10

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Sale

21

5%
13%

100

SS Lines.

Atlas Powder

20

10

July
6
3% June
1
July
1
** Apr. 29
3
May 25
133* June 27

10

323*

32

27**
80%

12

*

.100

1st prefer red

Oct.
Oct.

10
29

10

70

24

Oct.

45

4

"Il00

Arnold Constable
Corp
Artloom Corporation..

Associated

1
24

Oct.

64

15** Sale

...

7% preferred..

,737,

2%

*

Armour (Del) pref
100
Armour of Illinois class A..25
Class B
25

Preferred

5

Oct.

92*4

Oct.

70

40

Preferred
Andes Copper

Archer Daniels Mid
Preferred

Beatrice

15 J* June 30

31

Sale

Sale

1%
2%

•

Barker Bros

9,
18,
161,
15,
,785,
297,

Sale Prices.
3
June
2

30

im

»

v

40

Oct.

93* Oct.

10

Oct.

5%
103% Sale
983*
77
64
Sale
59**
81X Sale
66% Sale
62**
115
120
109% 109** 109**
13
14
103*
Sale
25
18
21
153*
Sale
22
Sale
193*
Sale
20
Sale
17**
58
50
64**
55
52**
7% Sale
4% Sale
43*
32% Sale
28
25%
25**

Tobacco
25
Glass B.................25
Preferred
100

Writing Paper

36

303* Sale
101% 105

8X
a
112X Sale

American

_

50

64

26
75

...

Am Sum Tol>

American Woolen.
Preferred

Sale

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

41

2%
%
14%

Sale

10

American Sugar Refining.100
Preferred
100

Preferred

M

i\X
33

34

2,

724,
1,
2,
265,

29

93*
18
13*
**
133*
113*

22

13%

106

63 X

•

Bamberger (L) Ac Co pref.. 100

1,

36**
31X

100

4,
2,

11
24

..

Stores

Amer Telep &

Sale

IX

Sale

101

Foundries

Preferred

,003

22** Oct.
63* Oct.
92** Oct.

10

♦

Preferred

American

18*

Sale

100

25

10

11

7% Oct.
Oct.

100

22

45

25

...

.........

Amer Steel

92

16*

100

A rlas

28

Sale

3

100

2d Preferred

100

5

Lowest.

Sale Prices.
13
Oct.
4
35
Oct.
5

-

-

7% Sale

Sale

•

Preferred

2d preferred

8

*•

•

Atl G at

,912

14%
21

*

Associated Oil

5

-

25% Sale

100

•

1

32

31%
9X Sale

92

•

Shipbuilding

Amer Smelt &

Am

31

Highest.

Sale Price.

9% Sale

40

29

25

2

,123

Sale

Lowest.

Ask.

*

American Seating
Amer Ship & Co mm

•

Bid

~

*

4

4

56

Oct. 31.

Ask.

12 %
34

Sale

...100

..

Preferred

5

Bid.

•

American Kepi,biles

4.

697,

(5)

13 3*
52

Oct. 1.

Ask

■tamped

$5 preferred

1

31,
1,
76,

*

Bid.

Am Radiator & Stand San__*

,051

792
46
11
17
3,
964,
42,
29,

Ight

Pr«,«ireo

Preferred
Pref A

RANGE SIA

Jan. 2

1932.

'hare

,427

IN OCTOBER.

Price

stockexchange

'an.

16

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

6**
3**
7%
12 **

29

12

June 27
June

1

June 23

July 14
July 12

Apr.
5
13* June 10
** July
5
7
May 16
35** May 23

33

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER

AGGREGATE SALES.

Jan.

Price

Calif Packing Corp...

Calumet & HecIa'Cons Cop

400

143,500
23,900
243,400
31,300
31,300
11,200

766,000

7,141,400

'

700

18,000
1,900
3,400

197

416,500
133,300
9,100
9,700
1,400
80,500
34,300
1,604
558,600
23,200
2,100
73,100
25,350
617,200

700
100

270

4,100
2,000
20

26,700
1,100
300

"3~, 350
42,300

......50

100
100

2kx
60

Caterpillar Tractor.

*

Celanese

•

370

1,000
3,500

Corp of America

♦

Voting trust certificates..*

Century Ribbon Mills..

Preferred

6,100

Chesapeake Corp

100

80

15,500
2,400

Convertible

7,400
10

"i",I66

5%

Childs Co

f

40,600
4,000
141,500
7,700
7,600
1,800

—

600

26

Preferred

110

650

%

100

100,900
14.500
2,600

*
*

8% Sale
15%
16

106% Sale
46% 47%

*
•

"26% "27%

*

Sale
7%
8%
70%
94%
88

•
100

Preferred

10

9

Colonial Beacon Oil Co
*
Colorado Fuel Ac Iron ....».*

Comm Inv Trust

60

69% Sale

"3% Sale"
62% Sale
9% Sale
20% Sale
16% 20

6 H % preferred

Sale

97

preferred
stamped..

98%

57"

*

230
100

Congress Cigar

Sale

8

•

4% preferred

57

6,200
14,600
272,600
5,100
9,200
151,100

5,000

39,100
96,300
5,166,750
80,300
109,900
2,065,800
21,900
249,100
12,211
27,000
93,200

5,800
5,400

160,000
70,725

500

18,100
200

900

Consol Film

•

65

x

1

Preferred

3,900
13,900
27,800
65,000

547

16,500
14,100

20

200
900
450

2,600
4,800

8% preferred..
Consolidated Textile.

100
..._*

Container Corp class A....20
Class B
»

Continental Bakcl A

2*
%

100

..100
»

Preferred

...

19%

I»
41

700

3

22

10%

50

2,500
2,100

100

43

10

1*
8

23

.__..._.*

8% preferred

•

560

20

7,500
1,600
20,000
3,300
76,900
200

300

1st Prefer red.

.......

128,100 Diamond Match

100
*

357,700 Douglas Aircraft Co Inc
*
18,400 Dresser (S R) Mfg conv cl A..*
Class B
♦
13,300

x




Ex-dividend

134%
Sale

22%
12%
3%

It14
24

Sale

1%
1%

4% Sale
8% Sale

10%

8

73

52

3

20

Oct.

5

Oct.

10

17
100
94

47%

47%

ilH
8

9

16"
89

7%
70%
12

10

10%

26

36

72
75%
17% Sale
■34% Sale
12
11%
Sale

4

57

57%

d"

Sale

Sale

13% Sale
84
83%
5%

i*

Sale

7

26

47% Oct.

4

90

10
1

98

26%

9

&
42

c9A
55%

21

10

9% Oct.
2% Oct.

11
28

17% Oct.
34% Oct.
12% Oct.

4

10

Oct.

1

4

57% Oct.
25

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1

22%

"81%
o

Sale

6%
AA
9% Sale
5%
7%
67
43%
55%
48%

20

10% June

Oct.
Oct.

19
17

94

24
7
4

55% June
% June
3% May
5
May
6% June
4
May
43
Sept.
54% Apr.

76

Oct.

8
7
10

78% Oct.
% Oct.
11% Oct.

8% Oct.

10

10% Oct.

3
4

4

7

Oct.

Oct.

1

43

Oct.

8

7

Oct.

43

40

Oct.

20

40
3

""3%

3

Oct.

1

7

Sale

7

Oct.

31

Sale

51

Oct.

10

Sale

5
Sale

94% Oct.
4% Oct.
6% Oct.

100

94

%

Sale

1%
Sale

6*

Sale
Sale
Sale

•

5%

37%

X

34% Sale
4% Sale
17% Sale
2% Sale
6% Sale

33%

54%

50%

5

39%
Sale
Sale

14%

15
2% Sale
5% Sale

9% Oct.

1

,

40

Oct.

20

Oct.

126
5

23%

Sale
132

5%
Sale

4%
5
11% Sale
22%
25%
27
31%
1% Sale
13

79%

85
70
Sale

3% Sale

115

10% Sale
——100

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
21

10% Sale

3%
24%

135

Sale
Sale

3% Sale
15% Sale
25% Sale
22%
27
1%
1%

19

19
Sale

Sept. 22
1% Sept. 2
Sept. 8
Sept. 8
12* Sept. 7
Sept. 8

It*
55

8

June

58% Jan.

12

Jan.

11

31

72

xfM

June

2

4
4

June
4% Aug.

13

4

79

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

25

1

Oct.

1

1% Oct.
% Oct.
Oct.
6

29

37% Oct.

26

Feb.
Mar.
June
May
May
Apr.
June

28% Oct.
4% Oct.
13% Oct.

Oct.

1

41% Oct.

3

1

Oct.
Oct

31

10

25% Oct.

31

17% June
3
Apr.
6% May
% May
3% June
% June
24% July
99% June
1% May
13% June
10% Jan.
2% May
37% May
17% June

13

25

Oct.
Oct.

13

13% Oct.
31% Oct.

10
3

Oct.

3

11

35
5

Oct.
Oct.

2

Oct.

10

5;

Oct.

10

42% Oct.

10

55% Oct.

4

Oct.

25

5% Oct.
26% Oct.

4

11

Oct.

13 140

3% Oct.

13

Oct.

11

20

3% Oct.
10% Oct.

31

22

Oct.

25

Oct.

8

1% Oct.

1

Oct.

26

10

4

16

2

4

7

1

2% Feb. 19
1% Jan. 18
Sept. 7
Aug. 27

47% Mar.
27
6
25

27
2

15
6

31
27
5

3
31
2

June 29
6

11

Oct.

20

12

Oct.

20

27%
4%
12% Sale

27% Oct.

14

30% Oct.

4

12% Oct.

11

18

Oct.

5

Sale

57

57

69% Oct.
2% Oct.

10

June

1

2

Oct.
Oct

26

2% Sale

4

May

5

2% Oct.

10

Oct.

4

Mar. 28

2

2%
16

32

2%
2%
20

Sale

69

18%

Sale
90
75
6
10%
3%
4

3%
82%
60%

5

Sale

3

lh

4

12

30

3%

62
Sale

Sale

47

25

7%
26%
26%
7%

Aug. 24
Sept. 9

16

Oct.

Sept.

9

Oct.

4

31

37

31
Mar. 12

3

Aug. 29

25% Oct.

Jan.

14

49% Jan. 14
Sept. 6
Aug. 31
26
Aug. 31

j

35% Mar.
31

9
Mar. 14
Jan. 15

86

Jan.

14

3% Sept. 22
4% Sept. 6

26

82% Oct.

11

Jiine 30

90

Mar. 12

60% Oct.

14

62

76

Mar.

7

7

11
5

15

10

Oct.
Oct.

June

Oct.

May 28

12

2% Oct.

28

3% Oct.

8

Sept.
7% Sept.

6
9

3% Oct.
1% Oct.
8% Oct.

24

6

2%
4

1%

7%
3%
Sale

3
Sale

77

16

10
16%
78%
90
17%. 18
24%
25%
11% Sale
15%
16
11% Sale
8
9%
3%
6%

5

May 26
1
4% July
7
June 29

Oct.

80

90

10

MJune

May 25
3% Apr. 26
20

13

Sept. 28

67

14

15

4

4

Jan.

90

87

Sale
Sale
11
6

6

2% Oct

RFid

59

Sale

16

2

13

2

8

Sept. 7
25% Mar. 8
3% Sept. 24
9% Sept. 6

80

10

76% Sale
18% Sale
25
25%
11% Sale

12

19

5

Mar.

41

2 140

June 10
9
% June
6
May 31

15

7

101

21

10

18% Oct.
2% Oct.
6% Oct.

130

%
%
%
2%
%
24%

Mar.

10% Jan. 13
9
Aug. 10
Sept. 8
1% Aug. 30

June

27

7

68% Mar. 8
98% Sept. 29

June
_

Oct.

1

6

-

Mar.

Oct.

6

8

Jan.

54% Apr.

60

7

14
8

17

Oct.

81

23% Oct.
1% Oct.
1 % Oct.

30

2%
13%

130

Sale

27% Mar. 3
Sept. 30

101

June

5

6

Sept. 3
Aug. 25

20

97

8

3

Feb.

13

%
1%
%
3%
%

2

Mar.

June

4

3

5

Mar.

July

Oct.

7|

Mar. 11

Jan.

16

Oct.

9

27
29

SiX
72

19
17

45

3
1
30
8

105

June

14
29

Oct.-

73

5

Oct.

20, 97%
111
6

SI*

5

45

4% Oct.
10% Oct.
62% Oct.

June

Feb.
June

88

7
14

Sept.

June

40

3

% Oct.
8% Oct.

Oct.

5

94

June

23% Oct.

19 102
5 101

41

5% Sale
6% Sale
96%
% Sale
1%
1%

28

10

Oct.
Oct.

45

96

8*

July

19% Oct.

45

97

24

June

21

102
96

102

56%
94%
4%
6%

3%
11%
11%
10%

1

19

43

Sale

May

20% Oct.
72% Oct.

43

Sale

May
Apr.

17
7

48

7%

Mar. 17

26

18
72

49%

3

Mar.

Oct.
Oct.

19

101

9*

10%
80

18% Oct.

20
Sale

77%

May
June

1 % June
27% June

3

11

21%

20
40

4%

3

10
10

6

Mar. 11

4% June
May

1

Oct.

28
26

33%

5

Oct.

7% Oct.
44% Oct.

10

8.

11% Oct.

95

2% July

4

Oct.

100

Sale

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10

4

18%
18%

J*

26

24

72

I6l"

8

42

73

81%
1%
%
11% Sale
13%
6%
10%
10%

Oct.

5%
25%

21

22% Sale

12% Oct.
14% Sept.
37
Sept.
79% Aug.
21
Sept.
41% Mar.
14% Aug.
5% Aug.

9

8
9

July
31% Mar.

Jan.

51

20

Mar. 22

8 171

«3*
14'

Av'

19

22
96
120
9
50

Oct.

12% Oct.

49%

19

M

June

19
7
Mar.
5
Feb. 15
Mar.
8
Jan.

7

4
10

Oct.

6

July
Apr.

65

24

Sale

Oct.

Jan.

2%

Oct.

Sale
Sale

8

Oct.

15% Oct.

11% Oct.
5% Oct.
Oct.

5
15
14

87

26
10
5

67

Jan.

June 30
June

74

70

Jan.

74% July
41% July
171
July

4

Sale

66*

Jan.

85

11

12% Oct.
83% Oct.
4% Oct.

26

25

10

72

102

IS*

68

130*

8

Oct.
Oct.

26

188

15%
86%
6%
52%

Oct.

90

4

12% Oct.

8

Oct.

90% Oct.
46% Oct.

90

9

Sept. 7
Sept. 10
Sept. 2
Sept. 8
Feb. 19

US

May
% July

Oct.

7

4

12% Oct.

12
93

97%
47% Sale

6

S
7

90

17%

16

22

Sept.

Mar. 12

Oct.

1% Oct.
% Oct.

14

Oct.

"

Sale

■I*

June

11

9
8

May

% Oct.

7

Jan.

#»

June

3

14

Jan.

June

5

Feb.

18% Aug. 23

June
1

6

Jan.

30% Sept.
June 28 320% Sept.

Oct.
Oct.

6

18

18
29
7% Mar. 15
20% Sept. 8
9
6% Jan.
Jan. 23
85
8
15% Jan.
Feb. 17

ig

1
May
2% June
6% July

18% Oct.
12% Oct.
55% Oct.

10
11
Oct. 13
45% Oct. 22
12% Oct.

1

6

9

2% Sale

20

28

3*

100

12%

8% Oct.

12

Jan.

12% Sept.

Oct. 28
July 16
Aug. 19

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

80

%
%
2%

8

17%

69

13%
23%
7%
14%
8%

Sale

56

1% Sale

Sale

80

112

4*

31

7
1%
16%
4%

8

"2%

30%

Sale

13

9%

Oct.

5%
9%
10%
10%

17

8

14% Sale
11%
11%

80

90

'7

3% Oct.
7% Oct.

Sale

8%
3%

5%
6%
9
8%
18% Sale
13
12%
55
54%

10
Sale

,.5

35,200
Participating 6% Pref..25
»
271,000 Dome Mines Ltd
63,200 Dominion Stores Ltd-*

Dar vai«iv

Sale

4

7%

.....

1,800

10

9% Oct.
2% Oct.

Sale

Sale
22

31

Preferred...

20
*

Sale

18

_*

»
174,400 Davison Chem__
670 Debenham Securities
77,500 Deere Ac Co pref
20
59,800 Detroit Edison
...100
11,100 Devoe Ac Reynolds A...
•

18,500

$

125

100

100

24,200 Cutler-Hammer, Inc
12,100 Davega Stores Corp

1,200

Sale

4
18*

o

Sale

13%
21%

(The)

Preferred

490

30

1

1

34% Sale

•
t c

1
Sale

42

•

Crucible Steel of Amer

Sale

%

♦

...

Sale

7

16% Oct.

40

5

»

Preferred

Crown Co*l At Seal
Preferred
Crown Wll P 1st pf
Crown Zellerbach v

AA
Sale
100

1,309,400 Curtiss Wright Corp
I
Class A
1
229,900
1,235 Cushmans Sons 7% pref.. 100

50

6

14

Oct

10

9

28,240

Oct.

4% Oct.

Oct.

Consol Laundries Corp.....*
Consolidated Oil Corp
.__.*

77,600 Curtlss Publishing Co (The)*

"3",300
1,240
102,600
15,300

66

10

94

50
49,000 Cudahy Packing
170 Curtiss AeropI & Mot Co Inc *

2,300

11

Oct.

14% Sale

Sale

6,893

18

65

16% Sale

90

61,400 Cuban American Sugar

10

18

27
10

2

1

♦

Pref $5

Cuba Co

Oct.

14% Oct.
3% Oct.

Oct.

61% Sale

111,820
18,000
1,180
14,600
37,400
12,215
34,000

19,600
2,400

3

Jan.

75

May 17
4% June 2
1% June 21
% Aug. 10
% Aug. 11
v 1% June 17
7% June
2
2% June
2
60
July 11
3 % June
2
1
May 26

19
5
31

29

Sale

35,100jCrex Carpet
35,900,Crosley Radio

""600

5

% Oct.

Oct.

?8
1%

10

61

....

88,666

Oct.

:p

9

30

3
4

Oct.
% Oct.
2% Oct.

10
10

Oct.

1

8

Oct.

*

752,770 Continental Can
_*
55,200 Continental Diamond Fibre *
263,900 Continental Insurance..2.50
253,600 Continental Motors
1,105,500 Continental OH of Del
140,400 Continental Shares
*
943,100 Corn Prod Refining
25
7,7071
Preferred
100
226,000 Coty.Inc
*
46,300 Cream of Wheat ctfs
*

55,400

50

44% Sale
5
3%
11
9%

warrants

Industry

70

47

100

(6%)

Consolidated Gas

Class B

6

Apr.

June 16

16% June

23

43

"26"

24

100

nref

8%

7%

100

Preferred

Prior

11

4

Sale

27

Sale

96%

13

10

*

*

420

65

13

6% Oct.

4
4
3

2%
9%

"

76

8% Sale

*

Congoleum-Nalrn Inc...

Preferred

11

2
2

Oct.

63

a\*

Solv

Conde-Nast Publlc'ns

1,160
6.205

180

Oct.

1

June
June

10

96

..100

Convertible
Warrants

19

17

67% Sale

100

Commercial

Sale
Sale

13
34

*

Preferred

8%

7%

100

19,200 Consolidated Cigar

""300

13

4

June

1

10
11

196

.........100

Preferred

100

95

*

Collins Ac Alkman

10

No

%

50 Conn Railway Ac Lighting 100

10

6

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5
4

28

51

"2" "16%

100

A

Preferred

27,610
5,620
1,715,450
1,600
199,700
17,600

70
100

85

*

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co

4,220

700

Sale

65

100

...100

Voting trust certificates..*

272,750
1,800

12,700

•

*

...

560

6}

13% Sale

2,494,986 Commonwealth Ac Southern *
Preferred.
♦
106,900
*
209,521 Commercial Credit
Class A
50
18,400
Preferred 7%
25
3,960
Preferred B...
25
4,440
1st preferred
..100
6,530

660

Oct.

57

May 27

Oct.

Sale

8

Sale

12

8

__25

38,844 Columbia G Ac El PreferredlOO
Common
*
2,965,465
781,800 Columbian Carbon
Columbia Pictures Corp ▼ t c*
67,200

3,900
217,300

8

8

10

Chile Copper..

270

2,500
10,100

8%
11

10*4

*

Chlckasha Cotton Oil.

10 Coca-Cola Internat Corp

311,900
22,200
125,000
3,600
22,090
78,400

7

*

preferred

Chicago Yellow Cab

Class

22

June 17

1

6% Oct.
1% Oct.

Sale

4

ChicagoPneum Tool

38,700

10~200

16% Sale

*

Class A
1,080
6,200 Clark Equipment
12,300 Cluett. Peabody Ac Co..
Preferred
1,235
1,237,800 Coca-Cola Co (The)

"""700

6

7% Oct

7%
1%

10

29

New

500

500

24

Oct.

4

*

510 City Investing
123,750 City Stores

1~9O6

11

Sept. 8
Sept. 10
7% Sept. 8
9% Aug. 29
15
Sept. 9
Sept. 6
Sept. 8
32
Aug. 25
65% Sept. 3
19

1

% June

% Oct.
5% Oct.
5% Oct.
11% Oct.
20
Oct.

7

8

100

Checker Cab

75

9% Sale
2%
2%

*

7% preferred

5,470

560
"

66

100

Cerro de Pasco Copp
Certain-Teed Prod

4,754,200 Chrysler Corporation
94,100 City Ice Ac Fuel.

689",300

JX

*

_

19
Sale

17%

28
10

Oct.

55

%
2%. Sale
15
14%
3%
3%
75
63

2*

100

Preferred...

Central Agulrre Associates

52

6%
1%

I*

1

Oct.

35% Oct.

Sale
Sale

10%

Oct.

8

18
22

26

3fA

65

4

5

10

25
11

5% Oct.

7

6
22

Sale

10%
8%

Celotex Co

147,200
55,800
4,680
10,190
58,700
1,220

13,200
3,600

1

Preferred class A

Sale

Sale

9% Sale
15%
16%

4

Mills

Capital Admin Co Ltd C A.

14% Oct.

Oct.

% Oct.
3% Oct.

Sale Prices.

Prices.

Sale

Sale Prices.

SalePrices.
9

%

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

4

Sale

4

5% Sale
6
5%
11% Sale
21%
7%
20
33%

25

Ask.

9%
%
3H

PA

Sale

Campbell W & C Foundry...♦
Canada Dry Glng Ale
*

Case (J I) Co
Pref 7%
9,787

25,700
10,300

12%

*
10

Callahan Zinc-Lead

Cannon

AskJBid.

Bid.

Par.

109,600
53,300

7.800
3,800
13,900

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.

1.

Shares.

Shares.
„:u-

Jan. 2

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

In

October.

STOCKS

9

82

6

Oct.

Oct.

5

5% Oct.
1% Oct.
10% Oct.
87
Oct.
16% Oct.
76% Oct.
18% Oct.
26
Oct.
11% Oct.
16% Oct.
16% Oct.
11
Oct.

3% Oct.

21

4% Oct.

74

11
10

Oct.

10

14% Oct.

6

75

l!

Oct.

16% Oct.
25
Oct.
10% Oct.
15% Oct.
10% Oct.
10

11
20

7
10

5

Oct.

28

3

May

11
3

June
June

3

July
May

122

20
1

June

95

7

Apr.
May

19%

10

?% Sept. 6
May 25
15% Jan. 15
Jan.

14

16% Oct.

20
15

Feb.

26

27 i

Jan.

20

June

2!

3

June

2; 18% Sej

12%
18%

4

July 211

23

5

June

12%

3

Fe

N. Y. STOCK
SAL
Sine*

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

STOCKS
N. Y

Jan. 2

1932.

hare;

Oct. 1.

Bid.

Par.

Drug. Inc
;
Dun hill
Int

•

5

3

Dupla.i

•

38X
2X

»

Silk-..........

Preferred

3,

100

89
97

2,

3

128,
,280,
47,
63,

,709!

101%

a

k

Sale

E I duP de Nem 8c Co

Sale

6% cumul preferred.... 100
Elttngon Schtld
*

103

6%% conv 1st pref-.-.100
Electric Auto-Lite (The)...*

Sale
Sale
98

100

1

3

27% Oct.
2% Oct.

26
7

93"
13,
6,

American shares

w

Sale

1..

Sale

3% Oct.
46

Oct.

120

Oct.

5% Oct.
31% Oct.

Sale
99

Oct.

98

% Oct.

7*

7%
9X
21X Sale
88
81X
IX
IX

7

17%

Sale

81%

29

Elec Power & Light
Preferred certificates

52

Preferred (i)
Rights

5

32

*

88

Oct.

21

12

•
50

...100

Engineers Pub Service

25% MX
100% 122
16

$6

40

40%

pref preferred...

Preferred (BH%).
cum pr ferred..

....

17

n*

Equitable Office Bldg
Eureka Vacuum Clean.

12

Evans Products Co

2,
14
2

99

Jan.

22 125

4

3

June

271

43% Oct.

1

22

July

19

25 103% Oct.
Oct.
1
Oct.
7

1

10

26'

3%

*

Preferred

Oct.

17

1

1% Oct.
2% Oct.
11% Oct.

1
3

Oct.

11

35

3

30% Oct.

1

Oct.

3

% Oct.
% Oct.

13
1

13

7% preferred.
Fashion Park Assn.....
Preferred

1

9

21

178
189

*

•

Federated Departm't Stores. *
Federal Light 8c Traction..15

114
64

317
553
69
8
7
1
27
2

267,

86,
364,

492,
2,
16,
10,

126"
9,
713,
308,
211,
3,
51,
20,
8,
24,
55,
2,
,699,
402,
,238,
365,

10%

47

1%
8
Sale

3%

i%
o

21

5%
Sale

1

1%

3

Sale

27
10
22
92
16

~87%

Firestone Tire & Rubber.. 10
Preferred series A
100
First National Stores*

14%
51%
45 %

Sale

*

%

Sale

100

i

100

Florsheim Shoe class A
Preferred 6%

*

100

Follansbee Bros

*

Machinery Corp

81

485*

8§*

5% Sale

*

Foster-Wheeler

*

preferred..
Foundation Co.
conv

*
»

"8% Sale"
75

94

3

3%

Fourth Nat'l Investors

1

18 X Sale

Fox Film "A"

5

2% Sale

Franklin Simon pref.
Free port Texas Co

lOw

12%

Gardner Motor
Gen American Investors

IX

48%
30

5

Preferred 7%
A....

100

Class

Cigar Inc

*

..100

19
8

9

16%

83

100

13

62

50%

13%
Sale
Sale

% Sale
% Sale
%
X
6%
7%
68%
85
4%
6
6%
9%
12%
12%

.

50

%
1%
1%
3%
10%
%

12

56

Sale

12

13

100

2X
IX
13%

3%
2
17
f
4
4X
28 X Sale i
85X 100

Sale
25

*

13

Sale

Sale

4%
67%
Sale

10%
10%
15% Sale
100

105

General Mills

•

100

....

Corp,..

10

Preferred (6)
Gen Outdoor Advertising..

*

„*

*
100

Gen Realty 8c Utilities Corp
Preferred

8

Oct.

25

1% Oct.

4

10

Oct.

3
20

7

Aug. 25
Sept. 12
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

6
7
16
6

8

Jan.

16
64

Jan.

8
14

55% Jan.

14

Oct.
Oct.

18

3% Oct.

Oct.

3

9

Jan

3

4

8

1

Oct.

6

38
1

25

4

Oct.

11

Oct.

14

21

Oct.

% Oct.

6

1

Oct.

6!

10

Oct.

19
31

Oct.
Oct.

28

35

10

25

1%
%
3%
13%
6%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Sept.

11

24
25

Sale

June 13

Sale

47

23

Mar.

3

Jan.

4

Mar. 29

Sept.
Jan.

8
11

Sept.

8
28
Sept. 13
4" Aug. 11
4% Mar. 23
6% Aug. 29
47% Mar. 8
1% Sept. 10
8
7% Jan.
Sept. 3
85

Jan.

&
22

Jan.

16

64

Mar. 11

Oct.
Oct.

28

13

June

1

35

Sept. 23

10

15

June

2

25

2% Oct.
1% Oct.
5% Oct.

4

1% May
May
May
6
May
5% June

26

1

3*

4

11

20

Oct.

3%

25

Oct.

10

Feb.

6

25

Aug. 12

31

Mar. 31

10% Mar. 16
27% Jan. 15
8% Mar. 8
16% Sept. 6

75

June 24

94

10% June 14
7
July
8
35
July

68

4

6% Oct.

20

18

83
13

Oct.
Oct.

25

Oct.

22

3

Oct.

7

63% Oct.
51% Oct.

% Oct.
% Oct.
% Oct.

Oct.

5

% Oct.
% Oct.
% Oct.

3

10
10

3
4

7

%
%
%
4%

3

Oct.

7

Oct.

7

3% Oct.

14

4% Oct.

10

7% Oct I

10

12% Oct.

4

3% Oct.

11

7

28
2

45

3

85

63
2

Feb.
1
Feb.
2
Oct. 10
Apr. 29
July 19
June

2

3% May 28
3
May 25

'
Oct.

11

2% Oct.

11

17
15

Oct.

Oct.

1

19% Oct.
.3% Oct.

3

5

4

1
July
10% June
1
July

5
1
8

15
10

4

4

20

Oct.

17% Oct.

10

25

Oct.

1

21

14
2%
Sale

Feb.

Mar. 16

June

11% Oct.

9

16

30

5

25
24

% Sale
% Sale
% Sale

5

iff

July 13
6% June 17
9% Apr. 20

8

Feb.

26

55

9

June 30,

May 12

HB

Sept.

Mar. 17

7
83

4%
9%

17|

2% July 22!
15
July 26

14

12% Oct.
11% Oct.
45% Oct.

Sale

7

j V&

May
July 28
Sept. 9

15

12

3

May 26

1

55

70

27) 19

1

100

48%

J1

7% Oct.
50% Oct

1

s!"

Gen Steel Castings pref
Gen Theatre Eq v t c

*

Oct.

11

26

Oct.

24

11

3

3

1

% June 11
5% May 31

Oct.

15

1% Oct.
9% Oct.

18

13% Oct.
3% Oct.

27

13

3% Oct.

11

17

Oct.

3

21% Oct.
103* Oct.

1

Oct.

May 31
2% May 16

10

4% Oct.

..

No

7% preferred

*

100

(The)

*

7% prior preferred...
Gobel (Adolf)

100
•

Gold Dust certificates

*

95

112

18%
11%
30%
1%

Sale

2

18

Sale

Sale
Sale
24

29%

3%
22 X

June

7

Jan.

18

18% Aug. 30
Aug. 30
54% Sept. 3
% Aug. 30
2% Aug. 31
2
Aug. 30
10

Feb.

82%
8%
10%
15%

Apr. 14
Sept. 6
Feb. 19
Sept. 8

20

7% Aug. 27
22% Sept. 6
5% Aug. 27
72% Jan. 14
26% Sept. 3
26
32

Oct.
Feb.

24
9

3% Sept. 28
17

Jan.

Goodyear T 8k R...
1st preferred..

75

60

3%
8%
8%

6

4%

57%
Sale

Sale

1
Sale

135*

20

if*

9

19%

6

Sale

50

Sale
54

2X Sale

18% Sale
68% Sale
2%
3

Hosiery...

15

6X
44

8

Sale

72

Sale

Sale

6

5%
19

a

W

Sale

*

8

Sale

24% Sale

50
50

100

1

10

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

2% Oct.
2% Oct.
Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

31

11

93

18

Oct.

7
35

Oct.

6

8 105
Oct.
10
18% Oct.

10

lj
26
27

3
1

11% Oct.
31% Oct.

3

2

Oct.

6

17% Oct.

8.
1

25

Oct.

18

Oct.

Oct.

14

35% Oct.
16% Oct.

21

11

22% Oct.

25

24

Oct.

4

Oct.

11

4

92

Oct.

22

12

Oct.

10

46% Oct.
95% Oct.
17% Oct.

13

82

40

73 % Oct.

2%
6%
4%
55%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

■

7

19
1

Oct.

3

21

33* Oct.
6% Oct.

11

28

8

Oct.

10

22

3

28

60

Oct.

24

Oct.

13

11% Oct.

18

4% Oct.
16% Oct.

5

% Oct;

10

1% Oct.

3

3

1

14%
20

15

5% Sale
68

55

X

52
IX

69

5% Sale
16% Sale

40

5% Oct.
16

Oct.

31

9

Oct.

26

20

Oct.

100

14% Oct.
66% Oct.

11

Oct.

11

8
Oct.
5% Oct.

2

8

20% Oct.
69% Oct.
3

5% July
5% July

14
14

6

25

15

27
13

8

Oct.

1

72

Oct.

1

4% Oct.
14% Oct.

10
10

95

Oct.

11

5% Oct.
19% Oct.
98% Oct.

21

5
4

4% Oct.
12% Oct.

10
8

23% Oct.

11

10

23

Oct.

50

44

Sale

37% Oct.

13

44

Oct.

24% Sale
70% Sale

19

70

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

7

8

Oct.

25% Oct.

20' 70% Oct.

10

Jan.

14

30

Aug. 24

40

Sept.
Mar.

Feb.

8
9

17

w*
28
76

Feb.

15

June 28

3

24% Jan.

14

Apr. 29

25

Mar. 11

May 28
July 15

48%
95%
24%
87%

Sept.

7% June 30
56% July
9
2% July
8

4

8
Oct. 19
Jan. 14
Mar. 12
Jan.

5

June 28

9

Feb.

13

2% July
1
27% June 27
1
May
4
6% July 11
65
July 30
May 19

14

Jan.

60

Feb.

28
18

4

5*
S*

June

10

June 29
Mar. 28

June 28
June 24

6

Oct.

26%
11%
40%
2%

8% May
10% July
May
July

3

Oct.

62

5% Sale
13%
19
14% Sale

70

V*

Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

21% Sale

65

o

4

70

55

105

3

Oct.

June

% June
% May
3% June
May

4

8

70

17% Sale
65%
69
2%

95

24

June
June

90

X May 31

95% 100
7% Sale

20

75

1

3% Oct.

9

71
Sept. 24
35% Mar. 8
15% Jan. 15
19% Mar. 4
106
Sept. 15
5
Aug. 24
5
Sept. 6
25% Sept. 2
11% Sept. 8
38% Mar. 10

19
7

10

20

June

5

3

28
16
Oct.
5 103
Oct.
11
3% Oct.

25

Sale

5% Sale
16

18

29

27
5
40 %

21

*

7
13
103

26*

5% Sept.

9% June
4% June
10% June

Sale

21
Sale
Sale

...

25
Sale

85

83

3%
6%

Sale

*

24
33

60

82

95
Sale

Oct.

June

20

18

17%

4
13
17
48

100

1

91

45

92

Sale"

1.3

11
15
9
4%
6%
4%
29%
32%
31%
101% 105
102%
Sale
14%
11% Sale
11%
28% Sale
27%
1%
1%

17

4

45%

100

7% preferred

115
Sale

55

Sale

24

Sale

Gold & Stock Telegraph.. 100
Goodrich (L 2")
*

6%
13% Sale
100

Sale
Sale
Sale

23X
32
85
88 X
22 X Sale

17 X
83

^

mm

16%

15
12%
22%
41% "42""
95
91%
12% Sale
74% Sale
3
2%
6%
6%
5%
5%
55%
59%
3% Sale
13
12%

20X
31X

ll)

Brothers.—...

64

16

21

7

14

*

Gillette Safety Razor

54

18

33% Sale

Sale

X

General Refractories.

3% Sale

2% Sale

11

14
12

...

ex-warrants

1

16%

4

25

3%

...

General Ry Signal
Preferred

Gould Coupler " A"

Sale

3

24

9%
13 X Sale

General Public Service

Silk

•

3

39%
40

6

Preferred

^
Sale

3%

20

.....

83

A

mm

1%

3

30%

mm

40

4
Sale
Sale
17%
Sale

3% Sale

June

35
25

3%
18%
2%
10%
23%
24%
7%.
1%
9%

Sale

June

2

10

Sale

it* 25*

12

14

'

40% Oct.

Sale

Sale

25

3

Oct.

"

"II" ""Oct" "II

12

o

6%

June

5

1%
6%

5

21

1

*

mm

it*
13

14

18

5%

19

70

3

Conv preferred A
General Italian Edison

preferred

P

35

,3%

Oct.

14

49

110

4%

♦

Gen Gas 8c Elec Cl A..

......

18
19

4

7 37%
July
May 31 107%
June
2\ 25
6
51
July
July
l\

Oct.

6% Oct.

55

16

*

*

General Printing Ink
Preferred

16% Oct.

33

5

110

61

14

2

Sale

10

Foods

Preferred

6

30

25
11
34

...

Special

Pr6f6ffOd

Sale

17%

Sale

12

Cable

Glldden Co

5

26

98

........

Convertible

Sale

23%

Sale

16

*

General Bronxe




.....

*

General Baking Co.........5

Gotham

Sale

"2X

General Asphalt

Glmbel

65

♦

Preferred

Preferred.

Feb.

14

5

Gen Amer Tank Car

Gen Motors

25*

33

_♦
Gabriel Co (The) Class A...*
Gamewell Co (The)
•

General

60

16 %

Fuller Co prior pref
2d preferred

25

Sale
5

ilS it*

13 X

2

100

conv

25

40

1

22%
1%
%

Flsk Rubber

5

8

50

Preferred...

Oct.

6

2X
IX

5%

7
7

16

40% Oct.
45

10

7X
50%

26

Preferred A (7)

"3",

il'4

39

Fidelity Phenix Fire Ins.2.50

40

11
29

1%
10%

2

Preferred A (8)

29,
743,
77,
427,
2,

9

4%

.

25

2,
24,
5,
180,
10,
,345,
86,
57,
18,
3,
2,
129,
151,

365",

11%

o

4

1*

11

Oct.

16%

5%

23

Oct.

40% Oct.
13% Oct.

16%
4%

4

♦

*

32

34

50

100

"fi"

61,
49,
16,
98,
2,
192,
783,
5,

40
40

33
38
14

20

*

4

35%

40%

Preferred

16
98

5

55

WA

Federal Motor Truck
Federal Screw Works
Federal Water Service A.

3

41%

6%

17

Oct.

12% Oct.

44

3

if*

8

21

43

40

Preferred (7)
Electric

1

9% Sept.

59%
2 105%
17i
2%
9. 12%
II 32%
1 100%
22
2%

June 30,
July
1'
July
9
July
8

Oct.

8

23
26
9

12% "June
2 "33% Mar."*7
% Jan. 13;
% Aug. 31
% Jan. 13,
1
Sept. 6

Oct.

40

48

General

24

%
2%
10%
8%

Oct.

38

25

Gen

Oct.
Oct.

26

June

% June

9

9

50

General

6

May
June

61

28

60

4

""1%

32

llH

Preferred

11

Oct.

105%

52

Food

Oct.

20% Oct.

%
%

8

20

Class B

171,
23,
30,
1,
121,
496,

29
103

*

Preferred

First preferred
First preferred

80^
IS

June
June

8

13

6
23

3

34%

Federal Mining 8c Smelt.. 100

7%

27"

3X
an
32X
mx

2%

100

100

Fifth Avenue Bus Sec Corp_.
Fllene's Sons

1

20

Sale

2

100

Pref ctta of deposit.....100

1

35% July

19

17
10

23%

12%

845*

25

Preferred

9
1

11%
5%

100
....

Fairbanks Morse & Co

18

1

88

20%

11

2

17

4

4

Oct.
Oct.

25

19
47 %

20

19

Exchange Buffet Corp
Fair (The) Co
Fairbanks Co.

3

May 31
July
6
June
1!

Feb.

3% Sept.
Sept.
101% Jan.
98% Sept.
18
Apr.
Sept.
6,
Jan.
87 £
15

3

*

Preferred

5

June

87

57

18

4

28

%
%

1

*

End loot t-John so n__

conv

Sale

a

50

Emporium Capwell Corp

$5

8

%
X
X Sale

*

June

4% Oct.

Oct.

26

30% Sale

10

1% Oct.
6% Oct.

Sale

"26"" "27"" "24% Sale"

20%

Oct.

22

85

1%

36

35

May 31
July 25

5

10
Oct.
56
15 125
Oct.
26
7% Oct.

'

Preferred

7
11

45

*

Elec Storage Battery._
Elk Horn Coal Corp

Emerson-Brant cl A
Class B

28"

Sale

*

98

14% Oct.

1%

Sale
Sale

23

4
7

80

Sale

34
98

Highest.
Sale Prices.

14

Sale

8
7%
42 % Sale
103% Sale

2X
11%

39% Oct.
2% Oct.

21

Elec & Musical Ind—

768,
,298,
98,
77,

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

.

t

113% 120
5% Sale

,51%

.

1%

Sale Prices

95% Oct.

5
Sale

..20

Electric Boat

95
.....

124

120

Highest.

Sale Prices.

101H

98

*3%

Rolling Mills

Preferred

it*

21

Eastman Kodak Co. of N. J_*
Preferred
ioo
Eaton Mfg. Co.
*

Lowest.

Ask.
Sale

15

Durham Hos Mills pref. __100

12,
,393,

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.
Sale
30%

12%

Duquesne Light 1st pref_„100
Eastern

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE

an.

,597

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

8*

5

May 3l
3
3% June
Apr. 28
2% May 14
8% May 31
70
July
1

35

1

2% May
7
May
5% May
8 ;tl9% June
18
7% Jan.
31'
50% Jan.

28
31
31
1
5

% Auk.

9

4

3

7% Aug. 29
28% Jan. 14
90

Jan.

13

2% Sept. 2
16% Sept. 14
15% Sept. 7
27
Aug. 29
1% Jan. 11
24% Mar. 3
72% Aug. 22
3% Aug.'29
31

Jan.

13

10% Sept. 7
Sept. 14
8
Aug. 30
20% Sept. 8
98% Oct. 21

76

12%
33%
29%
69%

Sept. 3
Sept. 6
Aug. 30
Aug. 30
30% Sept.
2
11 ■70% Oct. 31

I'" JanT'Ii

\n.

». Y. STOCK

Price
Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

tares

*

8

29j

Conv preferred

*
•
♦
prop.1"

series

125,

31 rant (W T)._.

Sreat Northern Ir ore
Ureat West Sug
Preferred

18,
191,
30,

21,

—

_

.

*

22k

19

20 k

25 k

28

2k
20

15k

Sale

Preferred

Sale

2k

Sale

17k

Preferred...

4

20

40

60

62

14

17

3,
26,
1,
1,
11,
53,
12,

Class

6

>4%

27,
2,
89,
35,
2,
119,
49,
57,
111,

(G W)

23,
409,

292,
88,
409,
266,

6k

100

*

80

Sale

80 k
IK Sale
10k
10k
8
5K
126k 130
2 k Sale
57 k
56 k
18
17k
3 k Sale

79 k

*

preferred

*
•

*
Homestake Mining..
100
Houdaille-Hershey cl B
•
Household Finance part pf 50

Hollander (A) ft Son...

100

Houston Oil of Teias

Voting trust certificates.25

13

*

Motor Car

Hupp Motor Car Corp—-_1G

Indian

Preferred

6% preferred

Rubber.

Interlake Iron....

Prior preferred
Int

Business

...

,176
0

9

53

43
10

•

*

Preferred

;

Class B

1 k

k
k

100

Preferred..

—100

Preferred

International Salt......

—

*

.*

100

preferred

Internat Tel A Tel

*
100

Interstate Dept Stores

Pref without warrants.. 100

11

Intertype

Corp

24

Investors

Equity

.

3

Karstadt

78
3
248

30k
17

Kayser(J) fit Co.......
*
.$12.50

Kaufman Dept Stores

Kelth-Albee Orpheum

pf.100

..100
.100

Preferred

631

Kelvlnator Co

13
646

Kennecotf

81

9k
4k
13

1
10

9k

3

Sale

lk
k
k
3 k
5k

Sale
k

Oct.

2k
50k
10k
2k
6k
4k
2k

6

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

11
4

Sale
Sale
k
k
Sale
Sale

Kinney (G

R>

Sale

ser

1

14

4

26

8k Oct.
7 k Oct.

10

4

k Oct.

13

lk Oct.

lk Oct.
23 k Oct.

8

Oct.

17

10

4

26k Oct.

10

34k Oct.
35k Oct.

8

Oct*

4k Oct.
18k Oct.
Oct.

70

20

Oct.

1

4k Oct.
13 k Oct.
k Oct.
7k Oct.
4k Oct.
29k Oct.
96 k Oct.
7 k Oct.

Oct.

90

3
4

*8

4k

6
4

un

3
5

5
1

Oct.

3

8k Oct.

3

*80

Oct.

2

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

k Oct.
k Oct.
5k Oct.
6k Oct.

Sale
Sale
Sale

47

Oct.

42

Oct.

16

Oct.

28k Oct,.

19k Oct.

o

3k

r

3k May 31

June

...

.....

.100
*

2*

4

4

1

Jan.

3

June

x24k
9k
3
20k
3
7k
1

26

1

4

4k Oct.

3

Sale

12k Oct.

10

16k Oct.

27
26k
32
22
Sale
Sale
67
65
79k
50 k
55
64 k
65
103
98k 100

24k Oct.
18k Oct.

24

30

10

30k Oct.

4

67

Oct.

14

70

Oct.

13

50k Oct.

28

17 k

18 k
105

4

3^
W

13 k

86

lok Sale
5k

*

Lambert Co (The)
.....

lk
lk
54 k
20 k

5

10

2

2
lk
61k
60
30
Sale

lk
5k

2

Sale
28

Sale
14
4
14

3
12 k

"49k

Sale
32

29

96

3

100
.........100

Sale
106
3

2

4k
20

100

30

Sale
16 k Sale
k

52

70

60 k

75

39 k

Sale

3k
6k

6k

Sale

8k
4k
25

7k'Oct. "26
3k Oct. 11
Oct.

7

lk Oct.

18

25

lk

ik
ik

Oct.

20

57 k
52 k

53 k Oct.
45
Oct.

13

20 k

17k Oct.

10

18k

12

24

&

1

Sale

Sale

4

v Oct.
k Oct.

Oct.

26

13
1

ik
lk
53k
53k
18 k
20k
lk
5k

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10

June

8

6k June 27

Oct.
Oct.

4

7

June 28

3

Oct.

Oct.

4

Ji

29

Sale
13k
3k
8 k Sale
10 k Sale

9k Oct.
10k Oct.

10
24

Oct.

7k

4

1

Oct.

6

10

5
July
May 18 110
5
Apr. 12
2
33 k
Aug.

18

June 30

37

10
60

May 25
May 31
8
Aug.

l§k
73

40

12

25

k Oct.
13k Oct.

26

k Oct.

10

17 k Oct.

15

30

100

Sale
Sale

3

5k

61k Oct.

28

11

41

Oct.

3

3k Oct.

8

6k Oct.




5

June 23

19
19

July
May 31
May 26
lk Apr. 12

2

6

4k

60k Oct.
32k Oct.

31

3

7

Mar.

Sept.

7

8
13
5

Sept. 8
Sept. 29
14

Feb.

19

Feb.

23

9

19

6

2

8

29

Oct.

Sept.

19 k Jan.

Oct.

15

13

19k Sept.

Oct.

4

Feb.

Jan.

M

38

Oct.

25

34

it*

13

Oct.
Oct.

60 k

13

in

4

Apr.

8

7
Sept. 8
Aug. 29
Aug. 29
Sept. 6
Sept. 8
Mar. 10
Oct.
1
Feb. 17
Jan. 15
Sept. 8
Feb. 13
Sept. 8
Jan.
9
Jan. 21
Jan.
8
Apr.
1
Jan. 14
Aug. 30
June 15

53 k Oct.
53 k Oct.

10

2

30

2

27 100
29
2

97

I

Ex-dividend.

May 26

4*
d»

7

29

Aug. 11

Sept. 29

26

3

Sale

May 26
Jan.

10

13

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.

14 k

24

8k Oct.
9k Oct.

97

Sale

35

13k Oct.
11
Oct.
3k Oct.
13k Oct.

2

,5*

1
21

4k June 30
7
July

4

2k

21

20

Jan.

13
14
15
15

Jan.

33 k Sept. 23
99 k Jan. 22
Jan.
5
84
6
8 113k Jan. 23
6
11
lk Jan.

2k May 16
17
July 21

24

9

Mar.

Jan.

21

16

5

7

30
6
26
31

31

20*

13

7

Oct.

3

96

'22k

1

1
4

1

3

31

Oct.

3

27

lok ~oct~

25k Oct.

Ilk
10k

20 k
86

45

...

32 k

27

July 14
May 27
Apr. 18
Apr.
9

5k Oct.

Oct.

11

52k

29

64k Oct.

15k

June 24

May
May
July
30
July
90k Apr.
k Apr.
4k July
3
May
May

5

Oct.

4 105

Oct.

42k
43 k
13k
13 k

33

15
25

a

2k

55

Oct.

Sale

160
89
Sale

100

26
65

3

110

Sale

44k

5

5

23 k

7

18

k

8k
42

9

6

4k

2

7

Oct.

11

14j|

Kroger Grocery 8c Bak

July
July
May

15
2

36

12

36
Sale

lk
12 k

5

Oct.

9

"27""

4k

32 k

100
10
100

r&T .11

9

May 25
Apr. 14
May 31
June
2

%

1

62

3k

12

2

6

15

3
8
27
2
8
3

12k Sept.
86
Mar.

lk June

25

10k

AX
40

June 28

50

13k Oct.
5k Oct.

7k Oct.
3k Oct.

im

8

June

62

13 k

15k

July

6
8

36

20
3

103
1

Oct.

6

15

;
Kresge Dept Stores..

a*

11

Jan.
8
15 108
Ilk Mar. 9
2k June 10
June 30
4k Aug. 27
k

Oct.

56

2k Jan.
40
Sept.
44 k Sept.
95
Aug.
27 k Sept.
7 k Sept.
8k Sept.
3k Jan.
3k Aug.
7 k Sept.
Aug.
Aug.

2^

4

14

9k Oct.

Oct.

1

27

6
k Apr.
July 13
7
Apr.
3k Apr. 16
8 117
July
5k
May 31
^3k June 3 18k
k May 23
4 k Oct. 10

Oct.

1

Lee Rubber 8c Tire....

26

Oct.

3

4k Oct.
1

June

4
5

4k Oct.
lk Oct.
6k Oct.

k Oct.
4k

June 25

k May 25
3k July 15

36

53 k

"ilk Sale

2

10

1

Oct.

29 k
73

Sale

6

Jan.

Aug. 16
1
Apr.

Oct.

10k Sale

7% preferred

Bryant..

20

2k Jan.

3
1

k
k
3k
5k
34k
13k
25k
13k

30 k

lk

1

7k June 27
14k Apr. 29
94
Aug. 31

10

12
8

Ilk Jan.
5k Jan.

1

4

102

12k Aug. 16

16 k Jan.

June

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

2

Mar.

2

June

Oct.

3

9

12
9
Mar.
8
lk Jan. 12
Jan.

2k May 31
lk May 26

3

4!

4k Oct.
6

li
8

36

27

Kresge (S S) Co

Lane

1

6

20

15

July

7

Oct.

95
83
83

35

A-.*

.....

8% preferred
& Co

3

31

10

15

Jan.

1

25

*

Kres« (S H)

27

10

2

8k

29k Sept.

8
10 k Mar. 10
Feb. 15 134 k Oct. 27
110
25
Sept. 8
May
5
3
42 k June
57 k Jan.
8k May 31 28k Sept. 6
4
May
5k Sept. 6

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

2
8

Mar. 10

4

39

31

40

80,

31

Sale

5k

7130

2k May 28
lk May 31
18k July 22

85

84k
113k

2

Oct.

12

3k Sept.
81k Sept.

June

V

Sale

3k

.....

8% preferred

1
6

29

7k Oct.

80

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Jan.

10

21

June

43 k July 13
June 14
57

18

Sale

18 k

47 k
9k

7

5k Oct.
lk Oct.

26 k

5k

5

Sale
3

15

Q

Oct.

9k
5k
134k
3k
51k

Oct.

25k

Sale
5k

80

8

3

28 k
21k
Sale

27

Oct.

28 k
19 k
12 k
5

Oct.

83

Sale

56

3

Oct.

Sale
Sale

3
21 20

13 k Aug.
70k June

Oct.

1

Sale

19k
52

24k Oct.

5

6k Oct.

90

7k
65

7
14

8

3!

July

60k Oct.

9
Sale

Sale

Sale
82k

Jan.

Sept. 6
Aug. 16
Sept. 20

11

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

9k

lk

Oct.

7
11 116

91

2k
5k
2k
lk
3k

8

5k

19

Mar.

2

Aug.

J

18

lk
14k

87

7

Feb.

7
6

June

50

4

26

124

Sale

21

Jan.

Mar.

k Apr.

Sale

3

Ilk
12
30
70

4

Oct.

5

7 k Oct.
5
Oct.

Sale

7

7k
3k

3

5

13

Oct.

Sale

8k
k

4k Aug. 30
Aug. 29

28

Sept.
Sept.

5

15

15

21

5
11

Sale

3

Oct.
Oct.

2k Oct.
71k Oct.

31

76 k

16
Sale
Sale
2k
lk
4

5k
88 k

12

Apr. 26

May 26} 18
Aug. 16| 76

X-4

51

25 k
Sale

1

14

Jan.

28

June 22

Oct.

29

23k Oct.
90k Oct.

Sale

14k
3k
5k
2k
lk
3k

Oct.

23

27 s
May 28 j

June

Sale

Sale

Oct.

116

Sale

Sale
Sale
k
5k
6k

•

pref

Copper

Preferred

3,

Sale

9k Oct.
Oct.
lk Oct.
66k Oct.
3k

4k
2k
70k

Sale

lk
k
k

Sale
25k
29

Kimberley-Clark

Laclede Gas...

456

3k
2k
5k

k Oct.

Sale

4k

5k

14

2k

24 k
28 k

40

Oct.

75

Sale

Vs

8
23
27
27
11
5

June 27

9k Oct.

95

14

7!«$
Sale
12

7k

Kendall Co part

2

,987

7

..

2k Sept. 8
1
Sept. 7
8
Aug. 22
21
Sept. 6

111

33

k

8

19.

6

Oct.
Oct.

60

1

June

3

Oct.

7
3

13 k Jan. 14
12
Aug. 27
83
Aug. 24
29
Sept. 8

5

3k July

1

56

5

Sale

5

5 k Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

2

2k
51k
13 k
2k
7k

7

20

8% pref ctf of deposit..
Kelsey-Hayes Wheel

1

81k

4

20

35

Certificates of deposit

20

1

9k

3

2k

27

16 k

lk

rtr*_

Kelly -Springfield

161

819

«

7k

Oct.

19 k Oct.

20

2

3

29

11

5

98

94

26

2

July
May
19
May
k July
7 k July

20

15

95k 100
81
112

4k
28k

Oct.

15k Oct.

2 k June

.....

6% preferred

10

14k

k
7k

5

15

19

42

85

6% pref ctf of deposit

6

6k

4k
12 k

25k Oct.

12

7

4

27
31
31

6

Sale

102

11

14

17
25

20

Sale

Sale
9k
10k
53 k
57 k
52k
58

1
I

(Rudolph!..

1

,698

50
8k

2

1st pf Ser B *

2

2

7k

\v>

Oct.

Oct.

19 k Oct.
26
Oct.

5

19

Sale

2k

Sale

6

Oct.

32

19k
90k 100k
55 k
53 k
78 k
75k
1
2k
7k
7k
4
5k

14k

34 k

4k

Oct.

27
13

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

40

17

Oct.

35 k Mar.
17
Sept.

6k Apr.
5
k Apr. 13
k Mar. 7
3
June 14

1

lk
k
5k
17k

24

k Oct.
5
11

Oct.

~

46

10

37 k
18

*

100
10f:

Preferred
Kansas City Lt

167

...

Jones 8c Laugh Steel pref

1

30
19 k

*

—

Jewel Tea Inc...

6
13

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7

*

Island Creek Coal

Johns-Manvllle

85

4k
—

Preferred

46

Sale

4k

Internat Printing Ink

Preferred

,160

4

•

-

Class C

Sale

3

.100

pref 7%

Internat Paper

Internat Paper Ac Power cl A

1

24>f

105k 108
10k Sale

7k
75
7k

Canada..*
...100

k
4k
4k

4*

*

Internat Nickel of

7%

6

Sale

7% preferred
—100
Internat Hydro-Elec Svs A..*
Internat Mercan Marine

lk

,

9k
lk

4

k

5

16

*

International Silver......100

22

1

Oct.

1

16

2

4

2k
4k

*

Eng......*

Internat Harvester.

Sale

3

4

International Shoe

36

10k

7k

3k

Sale

105

3

Sale

2k
k

Sale

450

,546

Sale

5

1

Conv preferred
Preferred certificates

2

65

4

10

Sale

3k

103 k

*

Ltd

Internet Carriers

9

24

18

20

30

lk

100

Machines..,.

3k
52
Sale

Sale

•

Internet Agriculture..

Internet Comhm

41

3k

50

76

Oct.

126 k 131

3

•

Insuranshares Ctfs Inc

Internat Cement..

307

lk

3

170

21

7

35

20

Steel...

152

,982

Sale

31k Sale

*

Intercontinental

1

124

4

100

51,

60

80

lk
9k
5k

34

Inspiration Cons Cooper .20
InsuranBhare*Corp(DeI)new*

Inland

86,

65

79

24

22

30 k Mar.

June 23

5

Jan.

3 k Mar. 22
9 k Mar.
4

1

3 k Apr.
48
June

Oct.

67

Sale

24

•
*

Corp

Industrial Rayon

51,
83,
75,
39,
60,
24,
8,
422,

lk

lk

Ingersoll-Rand

90k
60 k

Oct.

3

26

1
6 k June
1
14k May 28

24
1
1
1

5

116k
5k

26 k
Sale

Sale

Sale

25

10

Refining

Sale

lk

•
100

Motocycle

Sale

10 k
4k

ctfs..*

Howe Sound vot trust

80

115k 133
7
5k
-

93

72

Sale

k
lk
9k
3k
lk

6k
2k

70

11

23

2k

20

25

100

Holland Furnace

28,

9
27

Hoe (R) 8c Co class A

1,
36,

71}
129^

25

Hershey Chocolate

Indian

378,
327,

65
124 k

Oct.

13k Oct.
Oct.
9
Oct.
8
Oct.

5

.....

lk
2k

5

9
1

lk

*

Motors

Preferred

Hudson

"F

8

15
7
11

6

5k

3

iF

Hercules Powder

Conv

1

8k

-20

*
25
—100

Hayes Body

Hercules

k

„

100

preferred

7% preferred

5,

2

1

A

Hawaiian Pineapple.....
Helme

"lk

*

B

Hat Corp class

9k

95

6%
-—100
Hartman Corp class A
:.

Oct.

12k Oct.
18 k Oct.
7k Oct.

31

Oct.

1

3 k June
22
June

25

56

18

Preferred

k June 17
1

4k Oct.

4k
4k

5

1
21
10

Prices
4k Jan. 12
Ilk Sept. 7

May 27

20

20

69

12

*

Harbison Walker Ref

5k

16
90

66

(M A) Co $7 pref...

12

5

Sale

26

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

2 k June 14

Sale

11

10
*
....—100

Printing

2

10

Oct.

7 k Oct.
33 k Oct.

26

1

13 k
32k
22k
26
2k
18

18k
25k

Oct.

1

3
4

22
11

5k Oct.

2
6k
33k
15
22
8k
6k
79
23
Sale
K

12"

Sale

Prices.

3k Oct.
7k Oct.

lk Oct.
5k Oct.

Sale
Sale

20

Stores ...*
100

Hahn Department

Hanna

18k
35

...25

A

9k
lk
k

,5k
17

30

Hackensack Water........25

Preferred

74

32

7

100

1st preferred

7k
6k

16k
23k
lk Sale
k
1

*
—--100

Gulf States Steel

21

Sale
Sale

76

100

Sugar....

luantanamo

Hamilton Watch

5,
26,

8

Copper—100
Grlgsby-Grunow Co
..—*

flail

k
5k
32k
Ilk

Sale
Sale

9

— ..

—

Preferred

5,

13k
22

Sreene Cananea

7%

5k

Sale
33k
15k

7k
32

GJrand Union Co trust ctfs-.*

117,
146,
10,'
1,
398,

66,

8k

(F & W) Stores pf.100

Granite City Steel

11,|

lk

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

Sale

Ask

Ask. Bid.

3

Iranby Cons MS & P.---100
Srand Silver Stores
*

Iriham-PaUe Motors

rilrand

101,'

Bid.

Par.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.

1

548,J
111,1
79,

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

STOCKS
Mince

35

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

Sept. 2
Aug. 31
Jan.

14

Mar.
Feb.

7
8
24

Jan.

21

9k Jan.

26

Mar.

Mar.

8

Apr. 19
65
Sept. 3
56 k Jan. 14
7k Aug. 30
8 k S6pt.
9

36

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE SALES.
In
October.

STOCKS

PRICES IN OCTOBER.
Jan. 2
1932.

Jan. 1.

Shares.
500
490

1,600
1,500
27,600
9,300
5,500
2,000
520

4,400
84,700
300

1,300
23,300
120,700
1,900

19,300

Lehigh Portland Cement

300

5,200
6,400
200

2,700
10
150
200

9,800
27,300
33,300
6,400
1,900
180

Preferred

15,300
20

4,700
900
900

900

T.S56
1,700
100

1,900
400

4,900
17,100
5,500
700

4834
8
14 *4

2,500
200

1,700
8,400
875,800
100

3,900
5,800
19,200
3,000
2,800
411
.

.

..

...

23,900
100

60,600
2,700
m

1234

1334

Carbonic

*
♦

Preferred..

32

79

Loft

Incorporated
Long Bell Lumber
Loose-Wiles

*
A

10934 11034

100

107
1634
134

_*

...

*

Steel

Convertible

600

90,800
500

22,600
159,600
1,300
100

21,600
2,036
.

.

..

..

500
400

60

60,800

39,800
800
20

6,300
2,800
500

8,800

1

2H
8

...

*

7

934
Sale

3334

1734

1
10

46

11
Sale

M

14 H Sale
103M 105
17
2

6*4

18
17
55

4

44

134
734
8
21

National Acme

10

16

22

2

3

3
934
4034 Sale

123

130
Sale

*
*

17

1834

5M

10

Sale

13

20

21.

65

Supply of Del...50

*

...*
...

*

11

1734 Oct.
3734 Oct.
234 Oct.

10

7

4

13
13

Class A

1,700
1,400
......

35",900

91

65

Oct.

27

5

Oct.

21

6

34
934
734
134

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

8

7

Oct.

26

14

Oct.

21

24

26

Sale

1,000
3,800
220
650
200

27,900

255,300
2,700
29,800
•

53,900
54,700

Y

1034
2634
1534
2534
34
34
19 54
434

8

18

Sale
Sale
Sale
35
Sale
1
Sale
534

Sale

16
1034
534 Sale
1134
16
16

334

3

4134
135

1334
2034

Sale

Sale

434
Sale

No par value

x

2

June

1

1834 July 21
6234 Feb. 19
634 Sept. 9
23

May 31
July
6
July 26
5
934 Aug.
3
5734 May

4

10*

Oct.

1

l&x

Aug.
Apr.

3
2

9

June 28

il
3*

June

4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

29

8

Oct.

7

Oct.

31

Oct.

3

5
28

8
3
5

134
1434
1334
334
1334
34

_

May 31
Apr. 21
July
6

June
2034
8934 Apr. 13 105
934 June 30 20
6
July 13
3
Apr. 14
1034
9

2

8

1234 Oct.
334 Oct.

Oct.

7

33

Oct.

11

9

Oct.

1
10

Oct.

8

20

Oct.

7

14
50

3

Oct.

10

June

8

91

8

1
July 20
May 19
534 May 28

Oct.

8

Oct.

10

4634 Oct.

7

51

9

Apr.

14

Feb.

10

IP

Oct.

25

June

1

Apr.

9

June

434 Oct.
634 Oct.
834 Oct.

5

June

9

June

2

18*
5

38

28
14
3
7
3
15
2
2
6
29
5
23
8
8
14
23

Mar. 10
Jan. 13
Jan.

13

Aug. 30
Sept.19
3

Jan.

7
9

Jan.

Aug. 29
Jan.

21

9
1934 Jan.
2234 Jan. 14
65
Sept. 23
105
Apr.
9
Sept. 8
Sept. 7
Sept. 8
Sept. 2

IP
IVA

15
.

334

iS*
1034
3 34
11
1234
334

Sale

4

18

Oct.

3

14

27

Oct.

10

134
734
1034
2634
1634

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

11

4
3

Oct.

21

30

Oct.

21

34
34
1134
334

8
834
2534
2534
1134 Sale
2534
33
34
3/i
34
*A

24

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10
30

,

12

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

18

34
34
1934
434

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1

3

1334
134
634
734
2334

Oct.

10

11

10
11

8
1

7

1

134

IVA
534

7334

28

2

June 10

5

2

June

Oct.

10

18

Oct.

1

5
7

June
Aug.

10

534 Oct.

1

15

12

Oct.

27

12

Oct.

27

Sale
Sale

11

Oct.

10

16

Oct.

1

234 Oct.

25

334 Oct.

1

234

134 Oct.
3434 Oct.

3634 Sale

133
9

734

434

80

110

10034

734
7034
Sale

97

Oct.
Oct.

26

26

5

11 14234 Oct.
10
14y Oct.

24

1634
34
334
1534
2434

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

26

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

31 107
28
90

10

2

31

13

26

Oct.

20

24

7334 Oct.

10

Oct.

5

Oct.

8

10

1634 Oct.

4

10

29

1634

1434

Sale

Sale

2334
734

Sale
8

21

Oct.

6

Oct.

11

33

30

10

30

Oct.

834 Oct.

I

Oct.

27

34

Oct.

1"

834
634
234
534

9
634
4
Sale

834 Oct.
634 Oct.
234 Oct.

26

1234
734
234
734

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

234
334
634
534

234

234 Oct.
334 Oct.
734 Oct.

5

Oct.

6

5
10

7
5
1

1334
334
1334
434
334
134
234

July
June
May
July
May
Apr.
May

Feb.

Sept.
Sept.

Sept.
Sept.

18
27
11
9
8
29
12
16
8
8
8
13
2

8
2

13

8
7

Jan.

21

Jan.

5

6
Sept. 8
4634 Mar. 7
14234 Oct. 24
1834 Sept. 7
3134 Mar. 8
234 Aug. 30
10
Aug. 27
31
Aug. 16
3234 Feb. 26
834 Sept. 12

2034 May
334 July
45
July
87
July
61
July
634 June

8

Mar.

1934
534
734
134

June

10

4

11

Jan.

19

June

10

25

29

13
7
734
234
3
■734 Sale

4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

2334 Jan.
334 Aug.
1434 Aug.
14
Sept.
3034 Mar.
1634 Sept.
3534 Mar.
34 Aug.
134 Sept.
2934 Sept.
634 Sept.

1334
2734
1534
934

234 July
734 June
8
May
134 May
534 Jan.
34 Mar.
34 May
2034 July
101
May
634 June
1434 June
34 June

2134
134
434
1934

85

Sale

4

Oct.

97
Sale

734

334 Oct.
42

6034
10034
8534
1134

V'
Sale

14
20
22
27

Oct.

14

Sale

Sale

31

8

13

ilp

27
24
31

10

534 Oct.

20

26

5

334 Oct.

8

Sale

Sale

June
34 June
May
534 June
1334 May
334 May
20
May
34 May
34 Apr.
734 June
11

92

Jan.

125

8
Mar. 11

105

Jan.

13

2034 Sept.

8
2
26
8
26
26
31

6

3334 Sept.

3

13

Sept.

3934
1934
1034
534
1034

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Jan.
Sept.

100

iS*

l"
8
Sale

45
Sale

134

*|

4*

49

84

93

101

112

1234

434

Sale

3
5

834

1«K

7

12

20

27

134
334

3134
98
104

Aviation

..*

„

33

Sale

lfA

Sale

American.

45

ale

334

434

2

10

134

105
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8

Oct.

134 June
134 June
434 June

534 Oct.
834 Oct.

4

25

234
Sale

98

Sale

106

Sale

1734
2834
4334
334

21

3

9

Sale

334
36
105

334

7
7

6
29
29
26
14

8

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

June

20

134 Oct.
234 Oct.
30
98
104

1634
2534
4234
334

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7
13

19

2

Oct.

334 Oct.
35

11

5

Apr.
34 June
134 June

Oct.
Oct.

29

20
70

May

13 108
Oct.
10
1834 Oct.

25

90

June

1034
1334
2534
134

May
June
July
May

IS*

Feb.

June

26

334 Sept. 8
834 Sept. 6
Sept. 7
Sept. 8
30
Aug. 17
334 Aug. 29

6 100

4

10

3434 Oct.

4

14

45

Oct.

1

434 Oct.

4

28

Mar.
100

Oct.

29
2
26

10934 Mar. 14
2134 Sept. 8
4334 Sept. 8
*48
Sept. 6
31»
534 Sept. 3

Ex-dividend.




17

Oct.

Aug. 10
May 25

20

Oct.

3

Sept.
Jan.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Jan.
Mar.

1034
234
334
434

13

June

18

Sept. 13

4

2
2

334 June

Feb.

2834
6034
434
1334

2

34 Mar.

Mar. 14

80

6

Jan.

4*

13
5

Feb.
Mar.

36

8
234 Jan.
434 Apr. 14

8
19

139
14034 131
1434
1034

834

Sale

6

6% preferred
American

June

33!

26

9

134 Sale
6

134

7

5
3*4
5% Sale

_.*(

Shipbuilding

North

Oct.

234 Oct.

5

Jy*

1234

234

.

48,700

28

27

\y* Sale
aVA
6

12

1034

34

*

Investors Inc....

413,600 North

10
11

934 Oct.
234 Oct.

15

134
8

Sale

2

2,472
7% preferred
.100
3,310 New York Steam pref 6%
*
.2,910
7% 1st preferred
*
615,900 Noranda Mines Ltd
*

3,752,227

34 Oct.
1134 Oct.

3
13
11
7
3
3
1

634 Oct.
7
Oct.

Sale

Sale

1

100

5% preferred)..
N Y
N

Oct.

Oct.

2

14

18
7

i§*

Jan.

34 Apr. 19

634

18

Feb.

May 13
May 25

24

1834
5 10034
10
1634
29
334

10034 Oct.
Oct.
UH 13

17

62

June

June 14

2

10

14

2

21

June

1

14

Jan.

Apr. 18

17

34 Oct.
134 Oct.
334 Oct.

3

21

Jan.

10

24

9

16

1

3

Jan.

19

4

24

20

Sept. 27
Sept. 8
July 28

June 18

Oct.
Oct.

5

17

Oct.

June 18

2734
4634
314
934
234

34 Oct.
134 Oct.

ilS*

50

26
12

*

New York Dock....

300

......

5
634 Jan.
May 31

10

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Feb.

2334 Mar. 8
lly* Sept. 6
26
Sept.13

5

80

24

1

it*

Sept.10
Aug. 12

50

Newport Industries Inc

49,600 Newton Steel
17,400 New York Air Brake

3,500

4

June 24

5
11
4

Oct.

Newport Co (The)..........*

""566

234 Oct.
1634 Oct.
1034 Oct.

134 Oct.

2 34

51

90

6

Co..

1034 Oct.
80
Oct.

Sale
54

8

106

Sale

Nevada Cons Cop

6

1
4

20

634 Sale

130

21

Nelsner Bros.

BH

8*

100
4

116

90

—*

Tea

334

4

10

100

...50

1

7
534
40
2234
934 Sale
234
3034

i334

113

...100

Oct.

Oct.

13

40

Sale

Sale

Preferred

1434
10034

6

1

8

13 H

National Surety...

5

10

134
3
434
634
34
1
1034 Sale
734 Sale
134 Sale
734 Sale
34
1

10

100

Steel

34

9

82

*

7

2

32

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10

4

12

3734
534
1834
5134

31
8
31
27

.8

Sale

134

1

2234'

Oct.

10

Sale

7

3

100

13,118
Preferred A
3,810
Preferred B
1,265,500 Nat Power & Light....

20

1
1154
1034
Sale

18
1734
10034 110
17
1634

7

Oct.

3834 Sale
234
334

Sale

34

100

Lead

Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

28

5

4

6

Oct.

2

May 18
2
834 June

3

10

9
8

4

7

634

40

pref

34

13

80

2034 Oct.

Sale

2334 Sale

Nat Enamel & Stamp

National

'IP

Sale
Sale

*

Nat Distillers Prod.

National

22

*
*
100

Corp
National Dept Stores..
7% 1st preferred

National

Sale
10
834

2334

1

100

7% preferred
Nat Dairy Prod

10
11

Sale

534

...100
10

Nat Cash Register A

National

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
1
21
2334
634
534

*

7% preferred
National Biscuit

34
1134

Oct.

9
8

Sept.
Sept.

May 26
234
July
1 3634
July 14 118
5 10834
7334 Jan.
9
May 31
1834

8

....

734
2934
34
34

*

Hess

Bellas

cum

50

1734 Sale

700 Nat Air Transport

$2.50

Sale

834 Sale

Mulllns Mfg Corp..........*
Convertible preferred
*

Nash Motors Co

31

Mar.

1
4

115

3
6

Preferred..

National

34
Sale
20

5534 121

80

*

"45

15*4
17*4
2*4]
2%

20

Myers (F E) & Bros

2*4
7

28

Mar.
Mar.

17

334

#

7

35

Moline Pow Implem..*

Murray Corp of America...*

Sale

Oct.

14
22

June

21

Oct.

31

16
41

60

9

1*4

Oct.

MP

2

134 Oct.

134 Oct.

134
2
334

2

6

534 Oct.

38

Sale

334
634

10

6

1M Sale
11

Minn-Honeywell Reg Co

*j

Sale

>4

•

..

1

VP

7

1734

Sale

34
134
334

4H
6

*
10

*

20

13

234

7

*

Wks

4 118
Oct.
11 107
Oct.
19
1634 Oct.

Oct.

Sale

Sale
334
934
934
234 Sale

^

25

Milh....^*,

1

7
34

Sale

5H

3

Sale

%

*

Munsingwear

2H

100

Monsanto Chemical

21

Oct.

1534 pet.

14

1

1
12

26
30
8

3
May 31
July
7

IV*

6

.......100
100

5,246,100 MontgomeryWard & Co
._*
6,000 Morrell (J) 5c Co.....
*
62,300 Mother Load Coalition...
*
52,000 Moto Meter Gauge & Equip.*
160,800 Motor Products
*
53,420 Motor Wheel
*

Oct.

4

25

n*

June

634 June
May

4

1

Oct.

Sale

Mohawk Carpet

434 Oct.
28

25

1734 Oct.

27

*

11
24

25

134

5

4534

Minn

4

20
16

Sale

1
.100

1234 Oct.

7934 Oct.

Oct.

Sale

14 %
53

Madison

Martin Parry Corp

Oct.

4

9

80

*

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

10

\lH

*

334
34
1934
11034

9

434 Oct.

11

-

28

July

14
16

June 21

14

Sale

60

....

Oct.

6
5

31

5

*

Marlln-Rockwell

33

$

Oct.

Sale

2

Marmon Motor Car.......
Marshall Field & Co

13

11
Aug.
75 , Jan.
434 Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
2434 Mar.
934 Sept.
1934 Aug.

June 15

1534 Oct.

11

16

Bros

5

Oct.

*

7% preferred

11

Oct.
Oct.

17

100

Manhattan Shirt

6734 Oct.
1734 Oct.

19

Preferred..............100

Mandel

18
26

"18"

Sale

7% preferred

24

Oct.
Oct.

15

Sale

*

50

Mallinson (H R) Co

24 132
Oct.
21
6534 Oct.

Oct.

17

ifA

Manati Sugar

Oct.

6

Apr.

mMay

7
May 26
334 May 13
8
4
834 Apr.
27
15 100
Oct. 15
May 31 132
2
4
4
3234 June
6534 Oct.
4
3434 May 31
6734 Sept. 24

10

McKesson & Bobbins....
Conv pref series A

(R H) Co, Inc.......*
Sq Garden v t c..*
Magma Copper
*

Oct.

834 Oct.
434 Oct.

11
3
15
4
4

Oct.

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines..5
McKeesport Tin Plate..
*

Mack Truck Inc..

26
26

Oct.

Oct.

334
1634
5034

Macy

534 Oct.
1234 Oct.

Oct.

1

7
37

»

MacAndrews & Forbes Co

19

13

3
27
5

15

15

*

McLellan Stores class A
Preferred

Oct.

334 Oct.

1634 Sale

100

17,300 Mesta Machine Co
5
11,500 Metro-Goldwyn Plct pref
27
190 Mexican Petroleum
...100
470
8% preferred.......... 100
71,050 Miami Copper
;
5
310,000 Mid-Continent Petroleum..*
118,800 Midland Steel Products
*
11,600
First preferred
.100

357,100
19,970
2,230
99,700
56,200
19,600
314,800

13

25

McGraw Hill Pub Co

115
104
Sale

834 Oct.
60

4934 Oct.

Oct.

102

134
2234

81

Sale

8

*

Class B

10

20

♦

6% preferred

Sale

"2034

preferred..
....

10

15

1234

Sale

3P
i?8M

24
Sale

♦

31,060 Mengel Co
1,580
Preferred

22,300

Sale

100

...

Corp..
McCrory Stores

Sale

234

6M% preferred
100
Louisville Gas & Elec A...
*

McCall

7934

28

Oct.
Oct.

IIP

Sale

.434

25

1st preferred
Lorillard (P) pref
Common..
Louisiana Oil........

Ludlum

19

*

Bisc

6

234 Oct. 11
334 Oct. 26
3934 Oct. 11

12334 119
56
53
5434
5634 Sale
533
17
1734
163
10
1034 Sale
Sale
1134
Sale
2434
75
72
6634

12

218,000 Mathleson Alkali Works
1,150
7% preferred
100
140,070 May Dept Stores
25
18,900 Maytag Co (The)
♦
30,200
Pref with warrants
1,460
53 preferred ex-warrants..*
1,800
ist prei t%
*
26,400 Melville Shoe Corp
*

279,900
5,400
1,329,450
9,450
472,367
2,858,330
16,300
1,420
511,200
15,336
4,700

Highest.
Sale Prices.

119

65
Sale

64

11

Loews Incorporated

16,200
73,200
9,100
60,300
115,600

ifH

17

*

Liquid

43,700
74,400
230,600
1,800

^

m

....W.

834

*

Maracalbo Oil Explor
297,587 Marine Midland....

83,900
6,031
6,400
467,900
2,400
763,100
55,600

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

55

234

4

132

127

Milwaukee El Ry & Lt pf..l00

2,500

Highest.
Sale Prices.

8

Sale

4134 "42"
1634 Sale
634

Sale

17

Link Belt Co

240

11,900
2,000
6,300
21,900

1034
4934

5

....

6534
1734

8,300
1,920
2,671
20,500
10,200

400

Lowest.

Sale Price.

Ask.

234

Lily Tulip Cup Corp

'l",266
110

4

3*£

Liggett & Myers Tob pref.100
Common
25

459,100
464,700
37,700
75,800
26,400

1,900

55

♦

50
Lehman Corn (The)
»
Lehn & Fink Products Co-_*
Libby Owens Class
Lima Locomotive Works

60,200
24,500
2,300
6,500
1,700

20

8

100

Preferred

657

800

138,600
1,000

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.
9
6
65
59

Bid.

50

Lehigh Valley Coal

10

130

Par.

,

100

200

Oct. 1.

'

Shares.
22,500
5,125
41,000
10,500
295,150
106,500
95,600
44,800
5,320
70,900
700,400
12,000
17,480
157,200
1,317,425
22,100

253,400
2,090
.130,000
1,570
14,650
1,885,600
4,000
1,440
91,900
95,000
8,500
62,100
2,800
2,690
4,871
24,900
84,600
741,600
265,100
73,900
76,700
2,394
10,600

11,900

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

/

N. Y. STOCK
AGGREGATE SALES.
Since

Price
Jan. 1

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

2,000
500
50

1,400
30

Par

4,300
700

6,400
300

1,300
10

32,400
50

22,600
4,564
330
50

28,000
43,800
17,700
570

1,202
102

100,100

'
21,500 North Amer Bdlson pref
6,140 North German Lloyd w I
2,070 Northwestern Telegraph..50
*
38,300 Norwalk Tire 8c Rubber

81
5

50

15

Preferred

220

980", 784

Preferred

'"$6,320

487,200
2,170
263,600
32,989
1,850
1,065

Otis

200
10

7,000

21.900

25,200
1,000

Elevator

Prior preferred

100

400
500
600
100

56

600
170
300
392
80

9,700
1,140
100

1,900
5,900
600

1,600
200

2,500
37,200
345

1,400
610
300

62,700
500

1,500
1,300

26%
Sale

1%
4%

2

5%

If
1 S*

35

65

Sale

7% Oct.
1% Oct.
4% Oct.

11
13
27

Oct.

2

64%
5%
9%
11%

21

Oct.

8

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

85

Oct.

5%
32%
1%
26%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

Sale
40

4
8
19

1% Jan.
June
June
3% June
9
May
90
May
1!
May
May
3;
26
July

Oct.
Oct.

9% Oct.
15% Oct.

4

27
3

35% Oct.

8

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

22 110

110

103%

188

5

1

4

19

12

Sale

31

Sale"

22% Oct.

10

31% Oct.

469,419
*
196,200 Pacific Lighting Corp
100
9,325 Pacific Mills
53,292 Pacific Teleph Ac Telegr__100

27

27%
38%
7%
82

25% Oct.

10

31% Oct.

4'

Oct.
Oct.

10

43

3

8

24

70

100

104

Preferred

2,647

1,681,000 Packard Motor Car
2,100 Pan-Amer Pet At Trans

86

*

3%

5

new

8,700 Panhand Prod Ac Ref
8% preferred
1,410
3,024,864 Paramount Publlx Corp
30,681 Park Ac Tllford
71,450 Park Utah Cons Mines
28,100 Parmelee Transport Co.
Pathe Excb

Preferred class A—

%
6%

100
10

7%
3

*

*

3

*

26*

Sale

Penney (J C) Co

*

27%

Sale

Preferred
Penn Coal

1%
3%
1% Sale
5
3%
23%
15%

50

Cement

*

7% preferred series A..100
People's Drug Store Inc
*
Preferred

85

75

100

Ac Coke

Penn-Dlxle

115%

non-cum

4
12

Oct.

13

11% Oct.

7

1
5%
Sale

5

Oct.

3j

Oct.
Oct.

13
4:

Oct.

13

12% Oct.

6

7%
1%
1

7%
1%
1%

6
Sale

3

6%

8
Sale

1

3% Sale
6%
7
1%
1%
29
29%
23% Sale
85
87%
1%
3%
1%
1%
7%
12

4 3*

5%
i%
27%
21%

Sale
1%
Sale
Sale

■

% Oct. 31!
5
Oct. 20
5% Oct.
3

3%
1%

1
1

2%

71

15

71
69

25

8

Oct.

17

1% Oct.

% Oct.

19

1

Oct.

5

% Oct.
2% Oct.

10
7

% Oct.
3% Oct.

3
4

1

7

26

7

10
8

31

19% Oct.
84% Oct.

10

1

Oct.

26

Oct.

21

12

Oct.

63

Oct.

11

3
6

10

3j
4'

Oct.

10

Oct.
Oct.

5

71% Oct.

Sale"

Oct.

1% Oct.

Oct.

1

26

7

Sale

87

10

15

10

20
31

% Oct.
5

%

%

24

Oct.

2% Oct.
6% Oct.

% Sale
4

74% Sale

12%
3% Sale
6% Sale

Plerce-Arrow Mot C

3%

5

..*

Sale

.....*

Sale
21!
27" Sale

Pirelli of Italy A

27% 29%
3% Sale

6% preferred
100
5,500 Pittsburgh Screw Ac Bolt...*
1,526 Pittsburgh Steel pref....100

13,300 Pittsburgh United........25
Pref conv
..100
9,782
1,030 Plttston Co (The)
L
*
14,700 Plymouth Oil
5
*
33,340 Poor At Co class B
*

1%
40

35

4

3

m

pref.100

4%
5%

25

6%

Prairie Oil Ac Gas
...

8,500 Pressed Steel Car 7% pf_.100
Common
•
51,200
*
574,095 Procter Ac Gamble
Preferred 5%
3,735
100
36,100 Producers Ac Ref Corp
50
7% preferred
4,300
50
3,600 PubSer Corp of N J pf 8%.100
Common
*
1,418,628
100

7%....
(5)

*

Sale

t
a

....

%
6%
1%
15%

%

8
Sale
17

31
7

Sale

22

31

7

3

4

24

1%
6%
1%

5%

Sale
Sale

32

2
2%
11% Sale
4%
5
3%
4%
1%
2
10
11%
9%
6%
10%

10

2% Sale
33% Sale
96% 100

95

1%
5

o

115% 124%
Sale
117

54
107

95% 100
78
80%

13

6*

Sale

5% Oct.
5% Oct.
31% Oct.

21
26

31

Mar. 21

9%

15

9

Jan.

8

Jan.

15

2$

Feb.

37

ilH
18S*

June

85% June
1% July
17% Mar.
6
July
16
Feb.
7% July

%
1%
3%
%

8
21

Sept. 7
Sept. 6
46
Apr.
4
114% Aug. 22
31% Oct. 19

16% June
20% June
3% May

% Jan.
3% Apr.
1% May
2
Apr.
% Apr.
% June

Sept.

ill*

June
June

58

Mar.
Jan.

13

Aug. 29
Aug. 29
Mar.

5

Jan.
Jan.

7
11
June
3

14
Sept. 19
4
34% June
14% Sept. 14

23
14
28
28
14

1% Jan. 15
July 28
11% Jan. 14
10
Sept. 6
2
Sept. 9
10

2

May
June
July
June

Jan.

8

1% Aug. 29
5% Feb. 17
9% Sept. 6
Jan.

26
8
8
Mar.
5

17

16

June

32% Mar.

24% Oct.
87% Oct.

4
18

Mar.

1% Oct.
7% Oct.
13% Oct.
71% Oct.
74% Oct.

3

May
60
June
1
July
% Apr.
3% June

4
10
6
1

Oct.

8

5% Oct.
7% Oct.
34

13

m

Apr.
1
2% Aug. 29
8
Sept. 14
16% May 17

Oct.

12

Oct.

Feb.

25

Jan.

15

1% Jan.

9

12% Jan.
7% Sept.
11% Sept.

7
6
8

95
121

50% July
July
% Jan.

39

7% Aug.
2% May
3% June
18

June

41

Mar. 10

48

June 27

76

Sept.

June 27

7% Sept. 9
12% Sept. 22

7*

4% Oct.
5
Oct.

10

7

Oct.

1

8

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

13

9% Oct.

20

7

June

1

10

6

Oct.

13

2

June

1

4% Oct.

8

Oct.

5

35

Oct.

Oct.
1% Oct.
% Oct.
5% Oct.

27

16

11
4

Oct.

2"

3% Apr. 25
Apr. 26

10

20

40

8%
4%
3%
30

20

8%

14

9%

5%

Sale

Sale

35

5

2%
%
5%

Sale

1.

Sale

13%
29%
5%

7

14%
40
10

Sale

22

2%
20

2

13
2%

1%
Sale

7%

14

20
7

3

Sale

3%

6

5

8

......

6% preferred..........100

Sale

5
11

?30

30

6

-

25

Postal Teleg Ac Cable

14

1

..*

Class B...

Prairie Pipe Line

1%

%
.....

■

Porto Rlcan Am Tob cl A

Sale

9%
10%
5% Sale

21

26

23

100

100

% preferred

5

4

Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa)...100

Pitts Term Coal.......

5
15

16

......100

8% preferred

Pll8bury Flour Mills

Sale

6

m

Oct.

65

Sale

30

10
Sale

8

....25

Pierce Petroleum

5%
5%
31%

72

7

44

40

*

Preferred

Sale

41

prof..100

Oil Corp..

68

9%
10
31%
44
8%
10
4% Sale
3%
4

100

Class A

5% Sale
7%
7%
36%
38

Oct.

8

Aug. 10
Aug.
6
Aug. 25

7

98%

*

......

8

2

10

66

100

Preferred

8

42

35

10

pref

Preferred

4,900
21,500
32,900

86

7 105

12

Sale

12

Philadelphia Reading C At I.*

700

13

31

4'

Sale

Rights

Pierce

Oct.

12% Sale

Sale

79

*

10,400 Phillips Jones Corp

35,600
23,100
61,000
76,854
207,225

§*

Penlck Ac Ford

•
4,850 Pet Milk
486,800 Petroleum Corp
*
513,700 Phelps Dodge
25
19,400 Philadelphia Co pref 6%..50
Preferred (6) new
5,700
*

6,500

1%
2%

6*

3

412,100 People's Gas L At Coke... 100

10,052
3,660
49,300
27,300
163,200
63,250
9,700
11,100
7,500

11

%
2

13%

% Sale

*

...

1
9^
Sale

IX
1%

1

Ent ctf

Ac

Peerless Motor..

% Sale

Oct.

9% Oct.

102% Oct.
2% Oct.

10%

11%

*

Patino Mines

480

Sale"

2

36

25

16

50

B stock

Class B

107

105

10

Clans

6%
76%

.50

New

580

87

38

6
21

4

3

98

Sept.
Jan.

Aug. 30
2% Aug. 30
26% Oct. 29
11

54

Oct. ,22

Sale

42% Sale
»%
11%

88
8
33

15

Oct.

65*

7

3% Oct.

5

29

July 13
2% June 20
June
3
% Feb.
9
15
Apr. 13

49

5
Jan.
% Apr.
2% May

8
10

3
15

20

20
4
5

11 103% Oct.
Oct.
10
Oct.
7

100

Highest.
Sale Prices.

9% Oct.
2% Oct.
6% Oct.

35

115
Sale

35

17
21
5
11
29

26

660

1,200
17,200
3,000

9

Sale

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

80%
5%
29%
1%
26%

30

71,900 Philip Morris Ac Co.....
10
773,003 Phillips Petroleum.
...*
7,200 Phoenix Hosiery...
5

352

8

34
105

Preferred.. ............100

"""866

1,200

.

1%
19%

3
2%
75% 63
7
5%
8%
5%
9%
12
11%
15% Sale
100
103% 103%
6%
6%
4%
8%
13%
14%

......—*

Outlet Co......

32

63

*

Otis Steel

5%

2,300

4:

6

100

462",500

540
90

8% Sale
2%
2%

*

;

6%

5%

2%

41,600
2,000

57,500

27%

r

(The)..*

v t c

6% preferred....

52,300
.400

2

19*

80

75
27

32

Prices

25

135,600
57,400
43,200
131,500
1,237,700
14,730
1,700
28,900
18,000
2,800

7,400

ft*

6%
29%

Sale

Sale Prices.

25

5,300
6,200
1,700
14,800

V.966

85

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Highest

Lowest.

•

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

3%

*

....

Pacific Gas Ac Elec

114,200

"

5% Sale

Bid.

1

165,400 Owens-Ill Glass Co

4,400

82,400
1,400

1
22%

Preferred A
100
4,000
*
12,100 Oppenheim Collins & Co
6,920 Orpheum Circuit Inc PreflOO

29,300
26,610

900

A,.

79,300 Omnibus Corp

"""600

80

X

*
*

Ohio Oil Co (The).

2,200

100

23

112,300 Oliver Farm Equip

""406

218,700
1,700
4,400

Ask.
82
5%
26

Bid.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.

Nunnally Go

,54",400

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

In

October.

37

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

%
7

3%
23%
1%
14

1%

1

26

23

2%

P
3

Sale

2%

m

7%
6%
9%

1%
Sale
9%
9%

5

1%

5%
1%

Oct.

5

13% Oct.
29% Oct.

26
24

31

1

10

Oct.
Oct.

25

3% Oct.

22

6

22

25

7

14

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

26

7% Oct.
25

Oct.

5
1

10
1

3

18

3% Oct. 22

26

Oct.

21

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

11
3

30

Oct.

3

2

Oct.

7

1%
23%
1%
9%

21
25

3

Oct.

10

3%
1%
6%
6%
8%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7

5% Oct.
1% Oct.
29

Oct.

100

Sale

99

Oct.

% Oct.
6% Oct.

143
122
125
128% 121
Sale
Sale
42
51
47£
106
112
104% 112
105%
98
100
99% 100%
88
82%
82%
83%
84%

11
11

Oct.

7

1

Oct.

26

8

Oct.

11

1% Oct.

11

~

~

11%
4%
3%
1%
11%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7
3
5

7

Oct.

14

10

10

Oct.

15

29

5% Oct. 22

11

Oct.

1

Oct.

4

Oct.

17|

3
10 34
5 101
8
%

Oct.

8

11

Oct.

3
7

Oct.
Oct.

10 129 ' Oct.
10
52% Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

5 109
21 100
10 85

Oct.
Oct.

10

Oct.

1

3

18

7

21

4

2

June

5j|

2

29

21
26
8
17
11
25

25
27
6

6
2
2

2% June
% June
19% June
81
July

1*

21

Oct.

Oct.

13
4

IV*
62

Oct.

25
1

40

6

Jan.

28

4% Aug. 16
24% Sept. 12
2% Aug. 26
12% Mar. 3
3% Sept. 7
44 4 Sept. 6
3
Sept. 12
12% Sept. 29
6% Sept. 8
6% Sept. 8
2% Aug. 16
17% Sept. 8
9% Sept. 7
12% Sept. 6

103

May

Jan.

15

Mar.

9
Mar. 30
130% Mar. 5
60
Mar.
7
114

83

26% Oct.

Jan.

Jan. 13
% Sept. 1
9
Aug.
9
1% Sept. 8
22% Jan.
9
31% Mar. 18
11% Sept. 6

17
Sept. 7
4
Aug. 30
42% Jan. 14

May
100
July
28
July
92% May

Oct.

10

Aug. 22
8% Sept. 6
9% Aug. 27
41
Jan. 11

9

May
4
July
8
Apr. 12

9% June
July
Sept.
% July
14
May
1% Aug.
9% Oct.
May
May
% May
1% July
3% June
5% June

Feb.

13

41
2

5
3% Jan.
May 17
9
May 31

3

% Oct.
6

% Jan.

10

14

23

May
1% June

13

Oct.

21

Sale

Sale

7

3% Mar. 23
May 20

7

Oct.

3%
%
6%
1%
15%

30

ell

11

32

June

Mar. 10

102% Aug. 25
90% Sept. 6

June

Public Service El At Gas—

400

78,500

15", 500
120

26,400

9,200
$5 preferred
100
813,860 Pullman Company.. ...._..*
13,500 Punta Alegre Sugar
50
25
293,500 Pure OH
5,720
8% conv pref.....
.100
514,500 Purity Bakeries..........._*

393,800
1,100
41,200

4,957,700
28,700
625,700

16,300

336",950

"l",506

65",300

4,900

118,300
3,240

Radio

Corp of Amer
preferred "A"

7%

*
50

Preferred B

*

99%
Sale
% Sale
4% Sale
55
59
12% Sale

.....

18

6

5% Sale
25
Sale
10
Sale

100

95

26% Sale
4%
76

Sale
78

10%

Sale

9%
22

Sale

17

25
Sale

98

20%

98%
Sale

98
19

Sale

3% Oct.
Oct.
7% Oct.

6% Sale
17%
23
11% Sale

5% Oct.
17% Oct.
9% Oct.

3%

Sale

7%
4%

8^
5^

4%

66%
8

Sale
68

65

6

8
8

99

4% Oct.
76

Oct.

June
3
10% June
2
% Feb. 17
2% June
2
50
Jan.
5
4% May 25

26

11% Oct.

10
7

10

Oct.

21

Oct.

11

17% Oct.

3% Oct.

10

5% Oct.

3

1% June

Oct.
Oct.

11

9

4

Oct.

11
3

22

Oct.

8

4% July
2% July
7
June
% Apr.
1% Apr.

2% May 26
June
2
3% May 31

10

99
28

1

Sept.
[Sept.

► % Jan.

7
6
2

6% Aug. 25
Aug. 22
15% Mar. 7

80

13% Sept. 8
32% Jan. 12
23% Sept. 9

Radto-Keith-Orpbeum cl A.*
Class A

2%

new

Rand Mines.....

150
600
110

24,600
200

20

Real Silk Hosiery.........10
Preferred
.........100

2% Sale
7%
12

20

5.900 Rels (Robt) At Co....
*
1st preferred ..........100
2,300

% Sale

*

396,800 Rem'ton-Rand
1 st preferred.
8,520
603

3d

1

100

Reo Motor Car

Republic Steel Corp

10,500

134,220

Cert..

4,600
3,100

12

3

9
Sale

15
17%
Sale

6%
24%
1%
4
9%
5% Sale

21

%

15

25

18%
31
2% Sale

......*

10%

....100

20

Copper At Brass

Class A

2%
9%

5%

28

%
1

1
9

3% Sale
10
15%
11%
20
2

Sale

7
14

Sale

6%
4%
20
%
4

3%
12%
18%
1%

Oct.

1

7% Sept.

9

5% Oct.

13
5

Oct.

8

Oct.

11

5

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

11

5% Oct.

28
4
26

3

Oct.

% Oct.

1

1,

May

Oct.

6

4

June

19% Oct.
2% Oct.

7

5

June

3

zl2% Aug. 31
8% Sept. 2
30
Sept. 1
1% Sept. 1
7% Sept. 3
7% Aug. 27
29
Aug. 30
31% Aug. 30
3% Sept. 8

1% Apr.

19

10

Preferred coy..

640

3

10

142,100

Revere

11

100

preferred

840",544

60

10

9

9,300

8,500

5% Sale

Sale

97",900
"""loo

3

.........

Raybestos-Manhattan

.......

Preferred

118,638 Reynolds Metal Co

5% Oct.
13
Oct.

4

7

8

Oct.

19

22
5
12
30

15

17

18

Oct.

10%

10%

8

9

12%

12%

10

2

*

8

*
100

*

Sale

8% Sale

2

16

10

11

1 % June
2
5
June 28

10% Oct.
21% Oct.

1

4

5
17
11

8

Oct.

5

18

Oct.

7% Oct.

10% Oct.

17
3

10% Oct.

10

12% Oct.

3

July
2% May
3
10
July 11
5% July 20

13% Sept. 8
28% Sept. 6
6% Sept. 8
12% Aug. 26
25
Sept. 13
11% Sept. 22

Reynolds Spring Co........*

"4",100

•

38~I6O

No par value,

New......

a:




Ex-dividend.

10%

3

Feb.

23

12%"Sept."22

i..:

38

N. Y. STOCK

aggregate sales,
In

Since

October

Shares.

'

'■Par
10
2,123,400 Reynolds(RUTob cl B
Glass A.
8,515
».lt

214,400
186

"4,666
"""500
3,300
10,200

Rhine Westphalia Elec Pr
Richfield Oil Co of Calflf

1,210
1,700
3,100
120

Rossla Insurance

5

i

1,223,300 Seaboard Oil Co of Del.
6,300 Seagrave Corp (The)—.
2,658,998 Sears, Roebuck 8c Co__.

2,000

248,400
1,000

16,800
3,400

300

econd Nat Investors...

$5

cony

preferred

Sale

34%
65

67

20

3.2 %
%

15 K

%

4%
14 % Sale

Sale

100

63 %

100

78%

75
Sale
5%

*

5

*

3

100

11*

33
32

72

39,000
3,100
600

lell

3

lell Union

Oil

Convertible

6,500
45,500

15

3%
28

3

...

preferred-.100

5
38

9% Sale
5%
15

Transp 8c Trading... £2

lubert Theatre
18,600
204,500
451,600 Simmons Co
nclair Con Oil
531,700
4,800
8% preferred

Sale

%
%
4% Sale

..1
*

337,250
4,342
677,110
82,400

3%
Sale

1% Sale

...

400

50
Sale

2%

"

III

149,900 Sharp & Dohme
Conv pref series A
16,800

11,000

Sale

19

Sale

%
10

i#

JOO

%

V*

c

7% Sale
4% Sale

*

<

Sale

66

28% Oct.

25

Oct.

3

65

Sale

Sale Prices.

34% Oct.

Sale

% Oct.

29

Oct.

14

4

% Oct.
Oct.

3

Oct.

5

Oct,

4

1 % May 28

7%
11
4% Sale
18

Sale

8%

8%

4

July 12
1 % May 28
12% Apr. 21

26

Oct.

5

45% Oct.
87% Oct.

10

53

Oct.

4

14

90

Oct.

3

4% July 13 17% Sept.
30% July
8 59% Mar.
60
Oct.
May 261 90

•71
271

99
5

Oct.

1

69

1

3% Oct.

Oct.

17

1

Oct.

26

2

Oct.

3

24J

13
5
13

Sale

98% Sale
3%
4
1% Sale
5%
14%

97% Oct.

5

Oct.

31

Sale

28

14

Sale

63

h

2

9

14%

29%
13

1%
24%
1%
35

Sale

3

% Sale
2% Sale
4%
5%
4%
4%
22%
24%
19%
19%
17%
19%
6% Sale
52% Sale
%
'%
5%
6
12

5

5

10

Oct.
14% Oct.

31

18

10

20

16% Oct.
1% Oct.

10

25% Oct.

1

1% Oct.

1

30

Sale
Sale

8% Oct.

Oct.

9% Oct.

33

41

Sale

14%

<8*
58

Sale

8

24
Sale

3

Oct.

3

16
Sale

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

39

Oct.

% Oct.
5% Oct.
6% Oct.

%
Sale

Oct.

1

Oct.

7

7

4%
8
4%
61 22%
10: 10%
6! 16%
8
6%
10
52%
5
%
10
10

24

Oct.

May
6% Apr.
1
Apr.
9% June
% July
21% June

1

Oct.

10,

22%
6%
16%
5%

Sale

Oct.

27.

Oct.

4% Oct.

Sale

8

35

6

% Oct.
2

3%
Sale
„

!*

10,

Oct.

Sale

2

31

9% Aug. 23
23% Sept. 7

June
21 99
Oct.
1% July 14.
7% Feb.
4
Jan.
% May 31

IK
2
18% Sale
1%
1%

30
Sale

3

21
12

98 %

5

Oct.

8

24

48% Sale

4

14
13
21
26
10

Oct.

Sale
Sale

90

Jan.
June
Sept.
July
Aug.

17% Oct.
8% Oct.

52
89

88

40%
71%
15%
1%
3%
12

% June 23

1

12
6

18

8

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices

26% June 30
64
May
2
8% June 10

1

Oct.

66

20

%

13%
6
5%
21 %
21%
11% Sale

s3iH

36
7

—1

Sale

65
11

10

1

25

*

*

29%

Lowest.

Highest.

I

Sale Prices.

7% Sale
42

14,200

21,400

12
Sale

10

529.900 Servel Inc.

100

Sale

Sale

Ask

Sale

7

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

Sale

40,900

2,400
29,600

Bid.

35 %

2

~~

'

380

83,400

Oct. 1.

Ask

69

»

219,200 St Joseph Lead
676,000 Safeway Stores....»
Preferred (6)..
5,180
Preferred (7)
17,231
30,500
avage Arms Corp
ihulte Retail Stores
43,600
2,358
8% preferred
2,810

520

Bid.

♦

Rio Grande Oil.
Ritter Dental Mfit

571,300

-> 9,100
31,300

Jan. 2
1932.

10

.

'

4,000
123,625
137,500
9,100
67,700

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN OCTOBER.

Price

Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1.

Shares.

PRICES

STOCKS
N

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

30

31
12

42

12
28

5
22

Jan.
Feb.

8
5
3

1

17% Sept. 8
2% Jan. 21
37% Jan. 18
3
Aug. 30
36% Aug. 25

% June

4
6

96

Mar. 24

5%
33%
19%
29%

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

May
4
June 25
July
1
June 13
July 21
5
May 28
8
Apr. 21
2% Apr. 23
18
May 31

3
3

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
6
12% Oct.

2

3% Apr.
2 % June
4% Jan.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1
Aug. 31
5% Jan. 13
7% Sept. 8
7
Sept. 8
30% Jan. 18
12% Mar. 8
16% Oct.
6
8% Sept. 7
65% Sept. 7
1% Aug. 10
7% Aug. 25
13% Sept. 27
7% Jan.
7

%
1%
1%
1%
11%

1

6

6

79

100

8
1

Feb.

-;T
62,200
25,400
7,100
4,680
14,700
22,200
6,375
2,192,200
34,200
387,300
3,620
314,900

2,600
1,900
600
50
"

4~,605
139",400
3,400
26,700
130

21,200

Skelly

Oil

Co..

2%

25

Preferred

100

13

Sloss-Sheffield Steel 8c Ir.100
Preferred
100

6

Sale

13

20

19

%

Preferred

2

*

Porto Rico Sug
8% preferred

25
100
*

8

100

93

o

California

Edison

25

>ang Chalfant Ac Co

Sale

97%

31 % Sale

*

"'300

100

25

100

29

2%
%

16,300
25,400
3,400

pencer

900

10,100

Dieiiel-Mav-Stern fin

147,900

1,898,950
15,750

500
200

550

47,100
7,125

Kellogg 8c Sons

picer Mfg Co..

Convertible preferred A..*

21,700
18,700
9,700
20,600
30,000

*

500

1,500
2,700
60,900
3,500
150,700

Preferred

Cony 1st preferred

5,890
502,781
38,000
3,420
11,100
96,165
35,100

*

Warner

50

160

700
♦

Corp

:

600
100

2,400
700

1,200
2,200
~

—

36,400
1,400

1,200
200

7,800
26,100
m

m.'mt

•»«.

81,100
100

35,000
800

2,100
200

1,600
3,200
4,100
50

2,200

199,500

•

10

Common..

un

Oil

uperheate.

Co (The)

*

8,800 1
464,400 1
52,000
38,400 1

Corp

*

.*

3,485,896

No par v alue




2
Sale

9%

IK
30

1%
2%
24%

8

Sale
3

26

5 % Sale
10% Sale

5%
6%
12% Sale
65

89

29

Sale

11

75
12

11%

.10

Convertible preferred

4%
25%
1%

11%
8
1

100

'ldewater A«*oc Oil....
Preferred 6%.

14 K
2%
25

100

-

Sale
Sale

22% Sale
2
2%
4% Sale

16

Preferred

IK
12%

100

*

33

10

4%
27

2%
Sale

17
9%
1%
30
2%
27 K

4

*

*

3

Imken

Roller

Axle Co

Rear

•

Certificates of deposit
*
Class A...................
Class A certlfs of deposit..*
ransamerlca

ran

Corp.........*

Ac Williams Steel.....»

Preferred.

12

18

3

2% Oct.

24

9% Sale
64%

16
106

25%

85

Sale
110

Sale

Oct.

19

11

29% Oct.

24

10

13

Oct.

19

Oct.

5

4% Oct.

7,

4

1%
5%
30%
4%
15%
2

onK

Sale

1%

10

5%

5%
40

45

9

Sale

50
15

10

7;

1% Oct.
% Oct.

24
24

9% Oct.
5

1

1%
19%

1,

Oct.

11'

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

35

29

Oct.

27

Oct,

5

4% Apr.
86% May
15% June

Oct.

21

52% Oct.

7

19

8

2% Oct.
% Oct.

1
9% June
% May 31
2
8% June

Oct.

10

3% Oct.
15% Oct.
10121
Oct.

5
1

17

Sale

23

Oct.

10

47

44

Oct.

25

52

45

44

Oct.
Oct.

11

48

1

5
22

99

Oct.

6

11

26

Oct.

3

8
10

14% Oct.

1

31
6

Oct.

1

Oct.

8

1% Oct.
2% Oct.
22,
26
24% Oct.

6

15% June
7
Apr.
20
Apr.
3
July
% May
% July

4

13% June

4

1% May
4% Jnly
May
2% May
24% Apr.
68
July

1%
1%
97%
Sale

12%
Sale

6%

i*
Sale

1

Oct.

95

Oct.

22%
11%
27%
5%

Oct
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1

Oct.

1% Oct.
19% Oct.
3% Oct.

5

28,

Oct.
Oct.

1% Oct.
1% Oct.

11

27

June

2

28

June

3

5

21

July 19
% July 20

1

6% Oct.
12% Oct.

4

65

4

5

Oct.

29

36

Sale

35% Oct.

90

84

Oct.

12

10

Oct.

Sale

%
1%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

% Oct.
4% Oct.

8% Oct.
71 39% Oct.
6

W
28i

3% Oct.
% Oct.

17

1

17

Oct.

8

9% Oct.

7

2% Oct.
Oct.

29
10

18% Oct.
2
Oct.
4% Oct.

10

Oct.

24

30% Oct.

18

11

Oct.

11

7

88

4

11

5

40
2
17

12

6

Oct.

6

1

Oct.

1

8% Oct.

1

8

U

3% Oct.
% Oct.
1% Oct.
11
Oct.
3% Oct.
14% Oct.
22% Oct.
2% Oct.

3%
2K

6
2 K

16
95

4
2%
Sale

25%

2
Sale

2%
Sale

105

6%
8
30% Sale

6

Sale

3%
5%
4% Sale
63

26%
%
6

70

27

2
Sale

1%
2
18
20%
88%
94
8% Sale
28% Sale

4%

15
5%
1

Sale
45
15

54%
3%
14%

Sale

3%
5
3% Sale
61%
23% Sale
60

38
1

14

21

4

3

Oct.

5

Oct.

7
18

4

Jan.
Jan.

15
4

2% Aug. 25

11

4

2

26

8%
17%
104%
13%

8*

Sept.
Sept.

5

8
8

Mar. 31

Sept.
Oct.

8
11

Aug. 31
14% Sept. 3
2
Sept. 6
9% Sept. 28

June

19

Mar. 31

6

2

^~pt. 7
Aug. 20
Sept. 6
Sept. 7
Sept. 7
Sept. 8
Aug. 27

% May 26
6
July 20
1
May 25
9% June 29
12
July
6
1% Apr. 12
2% June
2

5

75

62% Aug. 24

31%
16%
37%
8%
2%

1

4

34% Mar. 8
41 % Jan. 14

2

7
22
12

6

28

Sept.

Oof

% Jan.

July

18

8
7
7
29
27
6

99

2% May

7

6

Sept.
8% Sept.

9

32

12

4
2

Oct.

15

Oct.

11

30% Oct.
3% Oct.
16% Oct.

9% Oct.
4% Oct.
% Oct.

27

10

10

25
14

4
4

Oct.

7

6% Oct.
1% Oct.

3

5

I
1%
16%

88%
6%

90
Sale

24

Sale

2
Apr.
5
22% Apr. 19
% June
2
10
May 31
8% July
1
2% June
3
% June 11
12

3% Oct.
41% Oct.
9

6
7

4% Oct.
47% Oct.

Oct.

8

10

46% Oct.
3% Oct.
13% Oct.

11

50

10

5% Oct.
18% Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

June

1

2

Apr.

8

5

20

Feb.

3

11

Jan.

4

1
Sept. 6
2% Sept. 2
13% Mar. 23
4% Sept. 8
18% Sept. 6
26% Feb. 17
4
Aug.
5
8% Sept. 6

10

Oct.

14

3% Oct.
3% Oct.

10

4

60

Oct.

23%
%
3%
1%
14%
88%
6%
21%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

6% Oct.

5

June

10

Feb.
July

62

~

1

7% July

23

3

2%
2%
6%
6%
2%

13

19

Oct.

3

24

90

Oct.
8% Oct.
29% Oct.

22

27

25
10

10

10
1

28
3

21
3

5

1

1

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2% July
1% May
42

Jan.

19% May
% May
2
Apr.
% May
7% July
75

Aug.
5% June
15% May

Feb.

29

2% Aug. 29
17% Sept. 22
5% Sept. 8
60
Sept. 8

30

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

21

28

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Sept. 10
16% Sept. 9
16% Mar. 5

7

2

Aug. 25

4

3

3%
4%
61%
26%
%
6%
1%

10

17
31

2

9

30% Sept. 10

27

7

A*

;

20

3%

Sale

June 24
June

Oct.

15

14

X81A

Jan.

11

700

29%
1%
15%
9%
4%
%

9

2

I
*11

30

5
Aug.
17% Aug.
2 :121%Sept.

7% June

4

10

3%

June

22% Oct.
31% Oct.

10

28

49

110

14% Oct.

Sale

52%
• 5
Sale

9

16

11

Oct.

3%
42%

Jan.

9% Mar. 3
48% Jan.
2
5
Sept. 8
1% Apr. 26

5

Oct.

4

95

7

Mar.

8

7

350

3

June

Aug.
9
May 28
July
8
May 27
May
4
Apr. 20

1

41

2%
4%

26
12

11

Sale

%
1%
9%
2%
13%
21%

26

Feb.
Jan.

Oct.

Sale
Sale

1

>

Jan.

3

21
28
7

5

9% Oct.

10
12

Jnly

Sale

3% Sale

87%

at*
2!*

3
11

67
Sept. 6
18% Sept. 8
110% Aug. 31
32% Feb. 19

June

Apr.

1

21

42%
5%

9

June

19

10

5

Jan.

6
7
"

7% Sept. 6
4% Jan. 11
12% Sept. 6

5% May

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1% Apr.

17
15%
15%
2%
2%
3%
15% Sale
13%
120
120% 120

4

Jan.

3% June
6
July
% Apr.
2% Oct.

9

Oct.

11

5

2% Sale
16%
17%
11%
14%
6%
| 8
1%
2
15%
17
4% Sale

24% Oct.

12

9%

4

27

Oct.

10%
63%
10
17%
6 110
10 28%
10

10

20

3%
5
% Sale
10% Sale
3%
4
13% Sale
22% Sale
3
2%
6
5%
400
700

13% Oct.
108

52% Oct.

6

2

Oct.

3**

5

fl%

8% Oct.
60

7

Sale

m

¥

12

5

5

14
Sale

4%
18%

2

2% Feb.

20

8%

47

42

..*

20

24% Oct.
11% Oct.
15
Oct.

10

Sale

26%
1%

7% preferred

70

8% Sale
35%
36
83

3

6% preferred
imken-Detrolt

8

1

4
12

1

if*

7,400
24,400
63,100

113,500 1
1,490
29,700

%

% Sale

89,282'

4,700 1
8,760
131,7001
682,000 1
83,800 '
27,100
37,100
10,300
1,638,3001

23

Oct.

61

21% Sale
16%
31%
33
26%
46
56%
60
46%
51
41%
1
1
1%
1
1% Sale
97
98% 100
25% Sale
24%
14% Sale
11%
31
Sale
30%
4

8

%
1 %

11

...

588,700'

54,100

69
55
60%
2
2%
% Sale
87%
88%
24 % Sale
9 % Sale
28 % Sale

%
4%

1,386,279'
774,900

47,600
5,500
658,200

Sale

61%

100

5,100
5,300
Class A
18,000
43,100' elautograph
53,100

11,100'
5,800
73,590
23,800'
9,200
26,450

36

11% Sale
*

...

Preferred

Certificates (old).

5,600

65

30
Sale

85

tewart

873.200

70,300
2,700

Sale

6

53,100

202,100

6,200
1,300
91,000
41,500
4,400
35,900

*

.25

26,200

440

100

...»

3,975,656
4,300
61,400

11,100
43,800

700

(7%)__._
Preferred (6%)

106,800

200

300

*

Preferred

1,218,500

2,600
1,300
1,700

5,200
1,500

$4 preferred

2%
8%

120

114% 120
28

137,975

400

•.

*

Preferred

2%

20

9% Sale
5%
6%
19
15%
3%
d**
15% Sale

•
—

1,141,100

600

27% Sale

7% preferred

1,820

Sale
51%
Sale

108

Preferred

820

400

15%

1%
7%
52%
4%

89,100

4,700

13

3

1

9%
60

6

500
145

23

3% Sale
28% Sale
11%
16

Sale

9% Sale
40% 48

Class B
*
1,100
6,200 Spalding (A G) & Bros-.-*
1st preferred
1,760
100

10

Sale
18%

Sale

Socony Vacuum Corp
Solvay Am Corp pref

ou

4

1

New

200
400

3%
28%

15

14

Snider Packing...

2%

Aug. 26
Sept. 8
8

6% Sept.
Jan.

9

6% Mar.
4% Mar.

5
4

9

Mar.

3

9% Mar.
7% Sept.

4
8

8% Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

6
3
9

Mar.

9
14

72*

Jan.

7% Aug. 25
3% Aug. 29
24% Sept. 6
101

Mar. 23

11% Aug. 27
36% Mar. 7

■

.;

STOCK

N. Y.
aogreoate sales
Since

In

Jan.

October.

.

Y. STOCK

13,000
1,100
2,029,100
2,400
100

EXCHANGE

1932.

4,400
20

10

1,900

400
200

2,500
500

1,600
140
60

18,800
600

10,400
400
600

8,600
160

1,000
59,400
2,600
8,400
200

1,000
26,500

13,800
6,600
1,400

1,059,200
89,600
2,200

27,000
1,900

70,766

1,500
900

1,300
360

656

2,190

—100

*

100

7% 1st preferred

*

100
100
3,635 % irglnla Elec 8c Power 6% pf*
360 Virginia Iron, Coal & CokelOO

25,200

6% preferred

100

Detinnlng.

7% preferred....

—

142,900 Waldorf System
1,200 Walgreen preferred

46,600 Walworth Co..

.—100
*
100

—...—*

8,700 Ward Baking class A
56,900

Class B

32,800

7% preferred

82,200

1,332,400

1,800
7,400
200

2,100
1,400
100
500
210,

600'
420

340
170
300

2,000
102,600

12,500
374,400
350

400
100

2,700
100

56,860
3,600
1,900
2,600
400

15,200
300

32,600
900

1,300
10,200
4,500
107,500

19,200
100
50

5,600
800

73,600
520

3,200
21,900

"2",300
12,800

100

Bros Pictures

56,600 Warren Fdry 5c Pipe..
41,800 Webster Elsenlohr..
290

20

2,100

Warner

*
*

7,130
$3.85 conv preferred
23,500 Warner-Quinlan
137,700 Warren Bros
6,590
Convertible preferred

*
*
*
*

El

Instr

Class A

Westvaco Chlorine Prod

2,000 Wheeling Steel Corp.

1,310
Preferred
256,860 White Motor
3,600
Ctfs of deposit
23,800 White Rk M Spr ctfs

*

Preferred
Woolworth (F W)

466,800 Worthlngton P 5c M...
6,500
7% preferred "A"..
5,950
6% preferred B__
3,420 Wright Aeronautic
127,100 Wrigley (Wra) Jr.

21,168
542,800
3,962
26,300
169,700

Yale 8c Towne Mfg Co
Yel Trk dclC'ch class B

162*
3*
43*
113*
362*
23*
24 3*
45*
233*
13*

91

o

Sale

7
Sale

8

Sale

153* Sale
40
373*
Sale

104 3*
59

Sale

60

112

382* ■45"
8% Sale
3*
Sale

13
6

63*
443*

31

H

3*
36
33*
5
833* Sale
35

5

30
50

253* Sale
67

69

185* Sale
80
25* Sale
7
93*
13* Sale
313* 41
70

23* Sale
5
103*
1
13*
43* Sale
Sale

52

98
88

Sale

83*

100

10
100
100
100
*

*

10

100
*

19

Oct.

4

3

Oct.

10

17

233* Oct.
13* Oct.

163* Oct.

10

20

Oct.

6

18

233*

92

53*
53*
10

143*

43*

2*

«

10

30

A

43*

7

Oct.
Oct.

6

Sale

13*
63
73*
893*
30

1

83

22*

Sale

Sale

53*
Sale

103*
152*

592*

250"'
Sale

oj/8
30
53*

91

10

43

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

13

Oct.
133* Oct.

10

13* Oct.
40J* Oct.

10

Sale

61

122*

123*

10

99

673*
12*
33*
13*
16

803*
2
6
Sale
20

3
6
12*
22
,

33* Sale
6
103*
13*
a
\*
52* Sale
Sale

123*
13*
_____

59

110
94
2

16
36
73

73*

Sale

2

93*
13*

5
1
4

if*

9

8
Sale

1

2* Oct.
32* Oct.
403* Oct.

30

27

Jan.

Mar.

9

6

11

Sept.

9

3
6

70
23

May
July

97

Oct.

3

June

50

Jan.

27

73* June
113* June

97

Oct.

10

35

Oct.

26

133* Oct.
142* Oct.

4
4

17

Oct.

17

10

Oct.

5

50

Oct.

4

29

10

Oct.

14

10

25

Oct.

3

103* June

Oct.

28 105

Oct.

21

Si
84 Za June
5* Tnnfl

24

Oct.

3

Oct.

4

52* Oct.

3

60

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5

21

28

10
6

33

14

113* Oct.

4

25

60

Oct.

25

73* Oct.

2*
15

ft
20

405* Sale
175* Sale
32

41

wa

June

112*
10k
202*
22 k
452*
525*

4

2

Oct.

3

133* Oct.
172* Oct.

6

ik June
33* June

4

10

40

Oct.

21

31

44

Oct.

1

7

4

13

Oct.
Oct.

10

793* Oct.

4

10

59

Oct.

20

55

June

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

11 1263* Oct.
10
613* Oct.

11

115

10

35

Oct.

1

2* Oct.

14

10

Oct.

10

4

Oct.

24

183* Oct.
6
Oct.

1

11

30

Oct.

20

37

Oct.

31

1

Oct.

26

13* Oct.

6

55

1263*
613*
33*
3*

10

11

6

10

,

-

June

July
21k June
513* June

Feb.

19

Feb.

19

Apr. 27

June

71

Mar.
June

20

5k May
23* Apr.
153* July

Feb.

Oct.

14

60

Oct.

5

26

83

73* Oct.
893* Oct.

4

21

3

60

June

9

11
8

143* Oct.
65
Oct.

11

24

3

26

67

Oct.
Oct.

26

June

13

12* Oct.

11

Oct.
Oct.

10

152* Oct.

11

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
203* Oct.

16
31

13* Oct.

10

33* Oct.

4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

29

7

Oct.

29

13* Oct.
53* Oct.

5

3

1

7
1
4

10

8

4

23* July
8
July
73* July
62
May
73* May

4

60

4

2* June 27
23* May 14
2* May 7
12
May 31

8

11
10

73* Oct.

7

1

Oct.

7

Oct.

21

13

Oct.

105* Oct.
13* Oct.
40
Oct.
2* Oct.

8
5

3

11

1

2

1

Mar.

2

19

Jan.

753*
43*
103*
25*
403*

Oct.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

4
30

9

13
14
16

1

June

Oct.

Feb.

Aug. 30
Sept. 8
Jan.

14

9

Sept.

26

May

2

Jan.

18

21

203* Jan.
July
July
July
May

40

Oct.

21

27

lk Sept. 13
Sept. 6
583* Sept. 8
80
Sept. 1

15
51

53

45

65

fs%

50
Oct.
483* Oct.
Oct.
1103* 105
1073* 105
97
95
92
Oct.
93
5
Sale
7
Oct.
33*
23*
15*
13* Oct.
13*
Sale
24
Oct.
283* Sale
Sale
123* Oct.
123* Sale
Sale
Sale
242* Oct.
Sale
70
66
Oct.

27

64

Oct.
Oct.

5

58

5

22

27

622* Oct.

4

20

June

76
70

Jan.

Sale

Jan.

11
12

13 Ill

Oct.

10

80

June

111

Oct.

10

95
7

Oct.
Oct.

8

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7
10
26
8

693*
Sale

623*

8
18

50

503*
483*

93*

5

8
173*
7

16

14

53*
12

63*
10

11

10
1

25

Oct.
Oct.

3
1

1

23* Oct.
395* Oct.

4

11

16

Oct.

1

26

372* Oct.

4

Oct.

1

5

73

6

Sale

223*

Sale
Sale
15

14

2*

June

122*
9 k
155*
523*

Sale

2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18

23* Apr.
13 k Apr.
June
3

8

19

1

June

15

8

5

243* Oct.

4

Oct.

5

202*

4

24

10
6

14

11

Oct.

10

135* Oct.

36

35

Oct.

27

39

32

Sale

Oct. 25
33* Oct. 11
Oct. 11
52* Oct. 26
93* Oct. 10

15

25

35

15

29
21
26

17
8

193* Oct.

10

Oct.

10

33* Oct.
15
Oct.

21

333* Oct.

10

14

35

45

73*
503*

15

213*
135*

513*

39

15
Sale

133*
53*

17
Sale
40

9
Sale

83*
35

13
32* Sale
93*
27
6

113*

30
Sale

2
13

11

Oct.

1

62* June

11
13

Oct.

13*
33* Sale
163*
183*
365* Sale
14
142*

Aug. 10

10
27

Oct.

133* Oct.
55* Oct.
Oct.
8

Oct.

193* Oct.

3
4
4

17
1
1

1
1
3

Oct.

July
7
k Apr.
8
2* Apr.
8
23* May
4
2
13 3* June
5* May 26

65*
JH

June

7

June

2

May 31

15

1

Sale

1

Oct.

31

75

63*

Sale

53* Oct.

10

2
7
9

13* Oct.
7
Oct.

25

Jan.

July

May 25

41

1

Mar. 10

455* Mar.
24
Sept.

8

26

lk Mar. 14

45* Sept.
31

iv June
12
May 17
June
2
3
4

Oct.

Mar. 7
Aug. 29
Sept. 6
Aug. 12
Mar. 17
Sept. 8

2

5
May 31
143* June 2
12
May 27
3 2* Apr.
8
1
25k June

5

24

2

4

19

283*
2 3*
25*
8k
203*
33*

June

22

19

9
6
313* Jan.
5
27 k Sept. 14

June

3
6

9 k Feb.
Jan.

19

12 5* Mar.
15
Sept.

3

29

165* Oct.
2

June

6

Oct.

19

2*

Oct.
Oct.

183* Sept.
433* Sept.
82
Sept.

10

12

Sale

1
4

50

Apr.
June

Oct.
93* Oct.
11
Oct.

24

.3*

4 3*

Feb.

June

63* Oct.
16

173* Oct.
13* Oct.
13* Oct.
53* Oct.
17
Oct.
33* Oct.
203* Oct.
13* Oct.
43* Oct.
193* Oct.
402* Oct.
185* Oct.
24
Oct.

13*
Sale
163*
18
1

192* Oct.
202* Oct.
14
Oct.
2* Oct.

101k Mar. 28
163* Mar. 3
43* Mar. 4

663* June
35* June

5

10

20

June

21

30

12*
73*

30

343* Aug. 27
80
Aug. 22

2k
83*
173*
14k

3* May
lk May

5

Aug. 24
Ilk Aug. 24
Sept. 8
7
Apr. 15

65
90

20

June

1

7

22* Aug. 25

43* Sept.

3* June
4

6
24

42 k Sept.

Oct.

123*
753*
22*
33*
15*

9

Jan.

23k Sept.

Oct.

8

Mar. 11

Sept. 7
102* Jan. 14
13* Sept. 8

May

5

10

7
30
30
11
11

66
130

53

70

Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

113

3* Mar. 14
20
Apr. 12
33* Feb. 26

1

6
3
8
3
8

June

12

Oct.
Oct.

21

6
Sept.
36k Sept.
7k Sept.
16
Sept.
703* Sept.

10

7

Oct.

105

Apr.
June
May
June
June 30

Oct.

10

7
3
8
8
6

10
18

2*
123*
503*

20

73*

2*
13 k
lk
3 k
44 k

9

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

24

25

83*
33*
152*

33* May

June

27

i*

203*
13*
43*
193*
393*
172*

k

June
Jan.
June
June

Oct.
Oct.

173*
173*
13*
13*
43* Sale
23 3*
17
3

183* Sept. 6
162* Aug. 29
Aug. 17

June

63*
k
12*
26

Oct.
Oct.

8

28

26

Oct.

Sale
Sale

165*
20
25* Sale
16
20

Jan.

1

Oct.

3* Oct.

22
1

2*

113* Sept. 6
933* Jan. 21

32* June
643* June
2* May

15* Oct.

25

m

96

12

10
24

20

22

50

Sale

363*
Sale

5

63*
322*
23*

13

Sale

313*
85*

93*

£*

40

253* Oct.

1

40

73*

8
8
2
24
31
22
29
27
8
23
8

392*

543*

5*

613*
603*

18
7

30

173*

70

14 •>*
51

Oct.
Oct.

7

55

10

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.

June

2

2*

Sale
592*
63*
Sale

54
5

11
11

14

June

70

12

65
Sale

24

5

18
11

87

V

Sale

37

Jan.

Jan.

2* Aug.

Sale

13

Sept. 26

18

93* June

Oct.

933* Oct.

1

65

61

55
24
Sale

1

4

Mar. 23
25

20

(Blue) certificates

Ex-dMdend.




942*

103*

353*

5* Sale
73* Sale

25

Oct.

5

4

Mar.

Jan.

4

June

9

Sale

22

*

29

10

3* Oct.

48

55

16

103*

..50

19

1

143*

4h

Sale

293*
102*
83*

20

*

103*

6

10

39

63*

Oct.

35* Oct.

1032* 102
35*
33*
Sale
213*
43*
4!*
43*
72*
93* Sale

172* Sale

383* Sale
133*
133*
233* Sale
63

23* Oct.

29

102
3
43*
Sale
253*

225
53* Sale

7

3

Sale

ill*

3* Apr.
22
Apr.
22* July
10 k June
3* Apr.

32

5*

61

Sale
33*

123*

*
100

55
101
Sale

Sale

20

Prices.

152* Sept. 6
2
19k Jan.
342* Sept. 23
Sept. 26
Sept. 8

23* May 21
33* June
2

1

68

13

4

1

3

Sale

11

15

112* Oct.

35

g*

25*
43*
13*
193*

1

Oct.

6

362* Oct.

Sale

67

163* Oct.
3* Oct.

10

Sale

22*

4

26
7

355*
Sale
773*
595* 56 J/*
1283* 1383* 1253*

10

Oct.

2

Oct.
Oct.

39 x

23

11

Oct.

73* Oct.
31

43* Oct.
85* Oct.
133* Oct.
393* Oct.
333* Oct.

88

May 28
July
6
July
8
2* Aug.
3
65* June
1
3* Oct.
4

52* Oct.

2

2

95

13

Sale

July
8
June 30
May 28
May 13

112*
63*
30 k
33*

20

83*
73*
63* Sale
123* Sale
183*
173*
402*
382*
433* Sale

13*
593*
63*

4

8
4

97

va

72

31

10

15

23

110

6

7

Oct.

6

273*

32

m

11

103* Oct.
3* Oct.

952*

252*

20* ioh

17

Oct.

2

24

7

4

22

193* Oct.
50

4

40

65

10

13*

13

33*
312*
53*
113*

Sale

Sale

90

85

60

100

10

22
26

Oct.

43

9

24

23*

65*

50

43* Sale
562*
623*

39

183*
923*
3*

8

Oct.

52* Oct.
173* Oct.

13

Highest.

Prices

8

123* Oct.
143* Oct.
323* Oct.
56
Oct.

102* Oct.

15

10

7

Zenith Radio Corp
____..*
443,700 Zonite Products Corp_.__._l

f

2*
13*
193*

60

lk Sale

62*

3*
43*

19

N« pn value,

23

Sale Prices.

Sale

Prices

75

333*

43*
182*
3*

20

3

Sale

12*
25

12

8
Sale
125* Sale

35.166

23*
423*
Sale

38

132*
143*

542*
93*

Sale

33

110

*

Young Spring 5c Wire
Youngst'n Sh 8t Tube

Sale

193* Sale
942*
3*
1
63*

143*
Sale

Sale

Sale

10

32

preferred

10

93

13
Sale
24

7%

Sale

Sale

Lowest

Highest.
Sale

98

23*
115*
3*
43*

Sale

35

Sale

Sale

27

*

*

"A"

5

Sale

133*
15
2*
13*
203*
5*
1
143* Sale
483*
50
583* Sale
633*
67

46,600 White Sewing Mach
*
9,500
Convertible preferred.
*
280,100 Wilcox OH 5c Gas
5
2,800 Wilcox-Rich Corp class A
*
468,600 Willys-Overland.
5
8,500
7% convertible pref
100
44,700 Wilson tk Co
...»

92,000
50,500
3,080,000

80

Sale

13

...

Weston

98

11*

95

*

*

1,549 Wells Fargo 5c Co
1
98,100 Wesson Oil & Snowdrift
*
21,700
$4 conv preferred
*
2,890 West Penn El Co "A"
*
7,590
7% preferred
...
100
4,250
Preferred (6)....
100
7,100 West Penn Pow pref 7%..100
3,310
6% preferred
100
15,700 Western Dairy Prod A_.
*
54,610
Class B v t c
*
1,330.880 Western Union Teleg
100
172,700 Westinghouse Air Brake —*
5,468,000 Westioghouse El 5c Mfg..50
6,370
7% 1st preferred
.50

22,200
1,900
42,000

22

53*
173*

9

6

20

*

.100

Preferred

133*
53

572*

15* Sale
43
373*
28
253*

202* Sale
1082* 110
5
22*

—100

Preferred.
Vulcan

4,400
1,900

•

50

100

77,960 Vadsco Sales Corp
*
2,300
Preferred
......100
1,085,500 Vanadium Corp of America.*

600

100

4

100

50

600

J*

*
*
.100
..50

63,700 Va-Caro Chem
20.800
7% prior pref.......

2
Sale

20

100

....

243*

56

7

-.10

Co

Sale

143* Sale

Preferred

130

3,300

-p

660 Utah Copper
529,100 Utilities P & L"A"__.

390 Van Raalte

Sale

30

85

*
*

13,548.810 United States Steel..
764.900
7% preferred
40,950 U S Tobacco

43,430

200

94

*

166,700 U S Realty 5c Impt

4

123*
1053*

13*
283*
173*

*

preferred vtc

113*

,

20
..100

377.000 U S Rubber
152,300
8% 1st preferred
187,200 U S Smelt Ref & Mg
Preferred
22,900

5,380

1,500

Prior

37

2

*

64,700 U S Leather vtc
Class A v t c
112,430

4,700

3

100

U S Indus Alchol

Sale

195*
183* Sale
903*

—

7% preferred
18,200 U S Hoffman Mach

Sale

87 3*

4,200 U S Express.
100
91,900 U S Foreign Securities Corp
Preferred.........
16,400

640

24

1

23,700 United Piece Dye Works...
Preferred
100
2,010
80,900 United Stores A
*
Preferred
*
89,860
*
26,935 Universal Leaf Tobacco
Preferred
100
1,060
100
4,120 Universal Pict 1st ref
374,100 U S Pipe 8c Foundry
20
26,300
1st preferred....—..... *
2,100 U S Distrib Corp

23,200 U S Freight
129,800 U S Gypsum Co

Sale

3*

100

—

Sale

33 k
3
22

1.736,641 United Gas 8c Impt Co
*
Preferred
*
27.200
100 United Paperboard Co—100

1,165,434

\*

8 5*
33 3*

.....

200

340

1

United Corp
*
Preferred..
*
271,100
11,841 United Dyewood—
100
Preferred..
100
1,350
*
115,700 United Electric Coal
*
480,300 United Fruit..
28,700 Universal Pipe 8c Rad Co..*

20
10

"~9k

1

4,950,345

Preferred

123* Sale
14
133*

2

6% preferred...........100

Preferred.

99 J*

92

100

United Cigar Stores

300
100

Sale

Biscuit of Am

Preferred

140

80,366

8

6

United American Bosch Corp*

7,900

340

50

Preferred

Sale

113* Sale
423* Sale

United Aircraft 8c Tr Corp.

1,112,750

100

3,900
48,100
2,900

*

Union Tank Car

Sale

19

740 United Business Publishers.*
*
177,925 United Carbon

18,200
176,600
350,000
19,000

123

2S

Union Oil, California

Ask

Ask. Bid.

Bid

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

United

range since jan. 1.

Jan. 1

1.

258,200
54,200
8,607,700
72,300
4,500
75,000
1,970

39

Price

Shares.

Shares.

^

EXCHANGE—STOCKS
prices in october.

STOCKS
N

y-y

;

;;

I

Jan.

31

Sept.
183* Sept.

8
8
15

3
8

57

Jan.

15

Sept. 23
Sept. 6
Sept. 8
Sept. 9
Sept. 6

7k
403*
113*
273*

Jan.

May 17

2

June 25

93* Mar.

18

22

8

New

Curb
York

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

1931.

1932.

October

Shares

Bond Sales.

3,701,930

46,479,729

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

94,669,750

737,966,500

829,461,600

...

Shares.

Jan. 2

1932.
INDUSTRIAL

Par.

AND

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

$91,637,000

PRICES IN OCTOBER.
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

1931.

$77,321,000

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

AGGREGATE SALES.
In
October.

1932.

October

8,702,369

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Bid.

Bid.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

MISCELLANEOUS

300 Abbott Laboratories com—*
*
4,300 Acetol Products, Inc. A

'""200
■

.«•

850 Acme Steel

«.

—

4,900
430
1,500
3,000

900
••

■m

•>

«.

—

—

100
300
200
m m

■

mm

mm

4,600

Alnsworth

5,500

Air InvestorsInc

vv,

■m'-mmmm'-.mmm

5

Oct.

Mfg Corp

2

1

4

15

35 Oct.

435 Oct.
35 Oct.
535 Oct.

1

28

435 Oct.
34 Oct.
535 Oct.

10
8

Oct.

5
6
8

15

135

1

■y-T

tc..*

1

"17""

12**

*

134

H

435
35
535

6

11

334

35
7

5

... ...... .....

.

Albert Frank Guenther—

400
•»

'

mm

400 Allied Int Inv S3

—

600

class A Stk__l

new

)

31,900

Allied Mills Inc

•

600 Allied Motor Indus

20.200
1,200
2,000
1,800
1,218
141

2,200
Mb «■ mm

100
700
m

m

mm

mm

.

2",666
20

220,860 Aluminum Co
Preferred..
24,650

4** Sale

*

common

51M Sale
623*
64

100

12,900 Aluminum Ltd
6,500
6% preferred-

15

*

8,900

;.

"""loo
24,700
1,200
200

Amer Austin Car Com

1,600

13,900

3,600
200
375
100
475
100

""306
200

3,100
25

1,100
100

335 Oct.

4

73.600

Amer

10H

68

Sale

52

Sale

11^
Sale

*

1735 Oct.
3435 Oct.

7,245

235

5

10H 12%
735 Sale

11
6

Oct.

8

Oct.

8

12

Oct.

7

1035 Oct.
35 Oct.

5

35
435

35
Sale

11

Oct.

31

335 Oct.

70

3

$1.50 partlc pref
Partic

35
2

35

35

35

""35 """35

Sate

h

135

10

62

Oct.

31
19
14

Oct.

1

2

35
134
735 Sale

3535 Sale

8

Oct.

Oct.

2

35

Sale

35 Oct.

4

Sale

Y<

535

435
Sale

4

35

7

8
Sale

H

35

25

435
335
35
334

Oct.

1
18

11

Oct.

10
8
1

26

25
26
20

235 Oct.
335 Oct.
135 Oct.

25
5

20

535 Oct.

11

6

335 Oct.
134 Oct.

7
1

19

4

ih
lfc
% Sale

Corp

7

29

5

3

335
Sale

134

335
135

334
135

15

20

100

20

535

8

100

45

46

♦

20

1

234
35

8

235 Oct.
34 Oct.

1235

17

10

*

14

1135

Sale

1135 Oct. 31

1234 Oct.

18

2035
1135

18

18

10

Sale

10

60

45

60

1035
4834

335

33

4

235 Oct.
34 Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

21

5
3
21

6

8
20

Oct.

5

1035 Oct.
4834 Oct.

3
21

32

4834 Oct.

com.

35 Oct.

100 Amer Potash & Chemical..,
2,300 Amer Salamandra Corp
50
5
8,800 Amer Thread preferred
575 Amer Transformer common.*
Amer Utilities & Gen Corp—
Class B v t c
*
65,000

1

7

...

;■

5
635
235 Sale

...

■■

■

*

com

5

'""35 Oct""B

535 Oct.
255 Oct.
235 Oct.

3
31
15

535 Oct.
234 Oct.
235 Oct.

35 Oct.
134 Oct.

6
6

% Oct.
134 Oct.

3
8
15

'

35 Sale

35

35

35

preferred

12,400 American Yvette Co

13-16 Sale"

4
6

Post Fence

1,606
600
mm-mm

135

2

35

135

134

35

35

35

35

1235

Anglo-Chilean Cons Nitrate
Corp Common
*

235

5435

5435

$

P

1235
34
535

35

700
300
200

170
"

100

American deposit rects._£l
41,800
3,200 Associated Laundries com..*
5,800 Associated Rayon Corp com.*
*
4,900 Atlantic Coast Fisheries

8

10

$3 pref with

6,800

Atlas Plywood

For footnotes see page




56.

62

8

3

35 Oct.

2

3

35 Oct.

6

Oct.

150
110

Jan.

Mar.
Jan.

1

k Oct.
X Oct.

11
20

6

Apr.
135 June
35 Jan.
2
June

335

335

3 35

235

1

2

235

2 34

1

135

235

1

135

warr

34

29
13
1~

10

*

2

Feb. 25

'135 "T

2

June 11

5
2

335 Oct.
35 Oct.

3
11

June

235 Oct.

21

1

Oct.
Oct.

Apr. 21

May 11

5

11

May 24

Oct.

13

235

4

235

2

Oct.

5

5

Oct.

13

235 Oct.

4

Oct.

2

26

Jan.
5

35 Oct.
5
Aug. 10

5

Apr.
2
1634 Apr.
7
1
July 18

Mar. 14

2
Mar. 11

35 Aug. 29
1 % Sept. 20
13* Feb. 26
4h Aug. 23
935 Sept. 10

435 Sept.

8

8
11

.*
*

June

26

6

4

7

1

June

4
1

Jan.

3

Aug. 31

35 June

Aug.
Aug.

335 Sept.

1-10 Mar. 21
1

13

30

29
5
26

3

5

30

27

35 Oct. 11
May 17
134 Aug. 11
10
June 22

Oct.

2
9

54
"

21

3

Oct.

Mar.

1735 Sept. 0
2035 Sept. 23

535 Jan.
4235 Feb.
8
July
35 Oct.
4
Aug.
3
June
135 July
135 Jan.

Oct.

1

16

835 May 26
9
Apr. 15

Aug. 11

235 Oct.
35 Oct.

20,

25

Apr. 26
135 June
9
35 Feb.
8

2

20

Feb.
Feb.

23
5

Sept. 1
Oct. 20
June 3
June
2
July 25

235
135

*

Sept.14

835 Sept. 1
35 Mar. 3
10
Mar. 21

3
-

18

20

Sept. 7
<
Sept.29
335 Aug. 30
235 Aug. 30
7
July 25
13
Aug. 11
2235 Mar. 21
435 Aug. 29
135 Aug. 29

6

135 Oct.
635 Oct.

1

Oct.

35 Jan.
% Jan.

_

19

535

Oct.

135 Aug. 26
835 Mar. 29
5135 Feb. 26

4

2235
235
135
35

Sept. 8
Sept. 6
Sept. 6
Jan.
5
July 25
Sept.I 9
Sept. 2
Mar. 8

34 Jan.

Jan.

335 Mar.

335

170 Atlantic Coast Line Co....50

1,200 Atlantic Fruit 5c Sugar
4,700 Atlantic Securities com
300

""406

19

1035
35
1135

13

■i Jan.
235 May
27
July
Jan.
100

1

Arcturus Radio Tube new..l

4,900
...»
17,180 Armstrong Cork com
5
1,200 Art Metal Works new com
50 Arundel Corp common
*

135 Oct. 24

Associated Elec Industries—

3,800

1035
20

5

1

100 Anglo-Norwegian Holding..*
100 Animal Trap Co of Am com..*
300 Apponaug Co common
.*

m mm

it

12

7

435 Aug. 23
*

com

3

18

90
Sept. 3
6734 Jan.- 19
Sept. 6

25
14
8
27
22

35 May 24

100 Amoskeag Mfg Co common..
700 Amsterdam Trading Am she

MM

Oct.

July
735 Apr.
35 Feb.
8
Apr.
235 Jan.
55
Oct.
1-16 May

7
13

234
34

19

Sept.

35 Jan.

14

35 Sale

300 Amer Pneumatic Serv

25,300

5

11

35 Oct.
435 Oct.
534 Oct.
35 Oct.
5
Oct.

8

Jan.

39

1

34 Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7

1

June

8

17

Jan.

33* Jan. 30

44

1-1
3

9

Aug. 30
135 Apr. 28

5

new

Amer Laund Mach com
Amer Maize Products com

2,600

21

2

735 Oct.
3535 Oct.
26 130
Oct.
1

4

Mar.

335 Sept. 10
34
Oct.
11

23

5

7

40

635 June
3
235 Mar. 11
5
Apr. 14
235 Apr. 14
35 May 9

100

35 Sale

Warrants

20,000 Anchor

1-32 Jan.

Sept.

8
5

May 28
333* July 11
8 ii June 29

35 Oct.

34 Oct. 10
4
735 Oct.
3235 Oct. 24
130

preferred...

Amer Founders

""900

635

14

12
13
3
13
15
7

34 Feb.
2535 Feb.

22

Oct.

5935 Oct.
2635 Oct.
36
Oct.
635 Oct.
7
Oct.
835 Oct.
1035 Oct.
35 Oct.

35 Oct.

435 Oct.
55

"Ji " "35

American Equities com

$3

535 Jan.
235 Feb.
1235 Feb.
14
Sept.
63* Jan.
135 Sept.

Securities—

3,500
4,200 Amer Mfg Co common
Preferred
1,450
1,625 American Meter Co

500

10
27

8
3

100

100
7% 1st pref series B
50
100
6% 1st pref series D
50
980 American Hardware
..25
42,400 Amer Investors com new
1

31,100

81

35 July 15
1235 Feb.
3
14
Sept.13
3
July
8
35 Jan. 26
235 May 26
35 Feb.
8
10
July 29
10
May 31

20

.........

New

4635, Oct.

4935'Oct.

113*

7H

Beverage Corp..__.._.*

20 American Book Co

300
3,200
21,200
168,500

35 Oct.
8

3

4

*

300 Amer Bakeries cl A stock

Amer Elec

w3~66O

335

4

2,100 Amer Capital Corp com cl A*
Common cl ass B.
*
6,600
S3 preferred
7,800
$5.50 prior preferred
6,300
1,392 American Cigar Co. com..100
150
Preferred..............100
14,900 American Corp common
300
Warrants...............
1,800 Amer Cyanamid com cl A..
Common class B
*
414,950
Amer Dept Stores Corp
17,100
•
7% 1st pref series A.....100
765

"'"400

4

30"" Sale'

100

600
100

25

335

...

700 American Arch Co

54s Oct. 13
635 Oct. 26

8* Sale*

25

100

Series C warrants
51,291
Series D warrants....
24,884
32,400 Aluminum Goods Mfg
*
200 Aluminum Manufacturers..*

6,400 Amer British 8c Contr Corp.*

500

7M'12!

*

com

200

2,200

M
9

M

8H

pref..*

conv

June 20

May 18

335 Sept. 10

*
5,100 Alexander Industries
3,000 Ali America General Corp_20
*
700 Alliance Investment com

■

'mm,

Law Inc

Jan.

Feb. 18

3

*

com.

com v

Jan. 23
Sept. 1
Sept. 23

59

1

-

100
900

3035
635
1835
1234

4

5

100
*

Convertible preference.
Warrants.
400
460 Ala Gt Sou RR ordinary
50
Preference
50
330

4,600
;

mm

10

_

Adams Millls 7% 1st pf
Aero Supply Mfg class A
Class B

100 Aero Underwriters Corp
*
100 Agfa Ansco Corp new com._l

—

'

Oct.

25

t c

v

Jan.
L
July 30
835 June
2
Apr.

29
4

535

.-25

common

Acme Wire Co

8

35 Aug. 23
1

June 11

335 Mar. 5
May 13
135 Sept. 8
935 Sept. 6
335 Aug. 25
16
June 22

29

4

Mar. 3
35 Jan. 25
435 Sept. 8
135 Mar. 11
20

Oct.

26

% Jan.
5
934 Aug. 22
2055 May
9
334 Sept. 12

NEW YOEK CURB EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE SALES.
In

October.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.
NEW TORE
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares.

mm

m*

mm

**

**

m

1932.
Bid.

Oct. 1.

Ask,

4X

Sale

IX

25,900 $3preferred A...
Warrants
132,000
10,900 Auto Voting Machine com..
Conv prior partic new
1,500
2,400 Aviation Securities Corp

Sale

.....

mm'mm

m*

Jan. 2

INDUS. & MISC. (Con.) Par
1,158,625 Atlas Utilities Corp com
*

700
mm

m mm

100

Bid.

8h Sale
37**
38
3X
3k

8

Lowest.

275

2,909

Babcock 8c Wilcox Co..

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

13

6

k Sale
34 X

32
2

Ask.

X

8X

2k

6
33

Oct,
Oct,

10

2X Oct.
2k Oct.

13
17

8

8k
38**
3k
2k

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1
3
3
4

10

1,500 Aviation Secur of New Eng.
15,200 Axton Fisher Tob class A-.10

14,500

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

Shares.

60,400
3,700
13,200

41

3

100

40

Oct.

3

Oct.

5

47k Oct.

62

Oct.

28

35

Oct.

5

33

45

Oct.

21

200 Bancomit Corp common

43* Jan.
32

13*
23*
6k
13*
30

120

""500

8,100
38,800

5,100
**

******

mm

20

mm

mm

'

200 Blauner

**

loo

200
L

mm

**

mm

—

-

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

**

mm

"

IX

mmmm***.

1
Ilk

Xe Sale
Sale

12

Xa Oct.
9k Oct.

26

27

% Oct.
12J* Oct.

5

13

10h
24 X

23

*

common

s

8X

k
UX

7
3

32

5k
2X

4

Sale
Sale

IX
18 X
3

10

89

25X
3k

3

5k
2

Sale

2k

29k Sale

28**
2X

25X
3k
2k
29**
5

13
11
26

2k Oct.
3

13

Oct.

1

30** Oct.

4

99

4

5

4

Oct.

5

4

Oct.

5

Boston & Maine RR—

40

Prior preferred

25

Preferred stamped
Class B pref stamped

10

500

...100

*

100 Bower Roller Bearing....

AX

5X

3X

4X

4

Oct.

15

4

Oct.

15

*

Bowman-Bilt Hotels—

330

""300
m*

m*

m*

**

i

U

300

800

600

19,700
8,000

400

sH

*

k

%
X
X

nH

4k
16**

6k
24k

k

1

2X

X
4X
16**

*
♦

British Amer

X
8
24 k

2X
X

12,500

X Oct.

20

Oct.

13

1

4% Oct.

1

k Oct.

12j

Feb.

15

June
May
July
May
64
Apr.
933* Aug.

30
31
7
18
27
10

13*
3*
163*
13*

18

4X Oct.

26

28

17** Oct.

14

Aug. 23
July
8
Jan.
4
June 23
May 24

Oct.

IX

IX

IX

IX

1X

lk

lk Oct.

13

IX Oct.

8,210
1,000

conv

Bulova Watch Co 33.50 con
Burco

Inc

*

com

500
200

Conv preferred

500

==.•':300

27,300 Cable Radio Tube

com r

m*

m*

mm

mm

**

m*

X

X

1

13 k
2k

12

**

200
900

850

June 11

2

100

100

.

25

lk
3

%

X

X

'

X

IX

lk

2

3

X

X

200

Feb.

13

Oct.

15

18

Jan.

15

46

Sept. 12

59

Oct.

3

7

Oct.

3

Oct.

27

45

Oct.

4

8

49k Oct.

13

59

Oct.

4

18

2

Oct.

18

mm.m*

60 Chic Burl 8c Quincy RR

***********

'mm

rnm

mm

'

7

11

120

217,600
3,100
mm

mm

*m

mm

m.

**

70
mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

m*

100

900 Claude Neon El Prod

*m

mm

mm

mm

*,

50 Clinchfield Coal

1,000
mm

mm

mm

**

**

100

100
********

100 Columbus Auto Pts

mm

mm

m*

1,500

700

32,100

mm

**

400

(m

1,400
„

9,725

mm

mm

mm

mm

900

com

5,128
18,800

1,300
m,

m* mm

mm mm

2,100
mm

mm

*m

"

mm

**

**

400

**

33.50 preferred
v

■

Convertible

6

15

Oct.

6

5

13* July 12
6
3* May
1
35* June
2
53* June
8
5
Apr.
963* Jan. 19

Oct.

k Oct.
5k Oct.
6k Oct.

31

27
10

Oct.

8

14** Oct.

3

Sale

3

Oct.

24

43* Oct.

4

19

Oct.

22

10

3X
20

2X
k
5k
6k

27
10

25

Oct.

4

11

20

Oct.

5

9

Oct.

5

9

Oct.

5

ak Oct.
IX Oct.

26

1

Oct.

1

75*
3*

8

2

Oct.

5

8

IX
2k

IX

1

4

2

Sale

2X

k Sale
IX
2k

k
33*

J*
»

Vs

X
10

10 k

13X

8k

7

8

x» r

kt Oct.
Oct.

10

50

8

X

Oct.

4

9k Oct.

21

2

x

10X

Oct.

11

8

Oct.

10

7

50

Oct.

4

50

Oct.

21

X

2k

Oct.

28

Oct.

28

kt Oct.

25

k Oct.

2

31

k Oct.

3

Oct.

"~5

Oct.

5

18

lk Oct.

17

lk Oct.
k Oct.

1

IX

*
*

1
2

X
X

7

13* Oct.
13* Oct.

7
3

Sale
1

.1$ J*

2

IX Sale

3
9k

4k
Sale

3

7

Sale

5 k Sale

4k
10X

7k

*

2

17

2

5k
4

4,

10'

5k Oct.

10

5k Oct.

19

Sale

3**kOct.

10

5k Oct.

4

lk Oct.

28

lk Oct.
103* Oct.

15
10

;.»

300

,

15,000

Common voting trust ctfs.l
Corroon 8c Reynolds

.»

1

»

8

Courtaulds Ltd

300

2,100

2

IX

2

12

18

ly*

8

13

5,500

225

common

100

66,100 Crocker Wheeler
300

1,300

!

100
100
______

E!ec Mfg..*

______

1

200

13

41

5k Oct.

20

Oct.

5

41

Oct.

5

3k'

4k

10

6

Oct.

5

4

6k

7

4X

5

4X Oct.

4

4k
3k

4

4k
3k

7

3k Oct.
2k Oct.

33.50 pref without warr...*

1,600 Crowley Milner & Co com
*
19,000 Crown Cork Internat cl A..*
Crown Zellerbach-Corp
2,050
36 conv pref A
*
1,400 Cuban Cane Products warr..
400 Cuban Tobacco

4,800

Oct.

5k Oct.

...25

Preferred..
Crosse & Blackwell Inc—

'""266

Cuneo Press

com v t c

com

IX Sale

10

6H% Ptef with warr
100
97,300 Curtis Mfg Co (Del) A stock.*
100 Curtis Mfg Co (Mo)
5
800 Curtiss Wright Airports v t c *
57,900 Curtlss Wright warrants




2k

3X

4

43* May 27
43* Jan. 27
1
July 19
hi Feb.

:

6

23* Sept.

7

2

3* July 27
** July
7
Sept. 27
Jan. 11
May 10
June 16
June 16
Aug. 19
2
May 31
X Fen.
8

55*
45*
4o3*
15*
33*
35*

Aug. 16

15

18

12

.

18

11X

15

73
123

55* Sept.
313* Sept.
15

24

63* Feb. 19
535* Mar. 9
43* Feb. 10
45

Oct.

5

15*
33*

Jan.
9
Jan. 19
6
1
Aug. 26
33* May 16
Aug. 30
w Feb. 7
n.

83* Sept.

50
15

Xt

X

4

3
June 13
35* Oct. 28
13* Jan.
2

Oct.

24

1

Oct.

5

12

4

June
2
Jan. 11
Mar.
1

July
7
585* June 14
3* May 16

Apr. 29
3* Mar. 29
hi Aug.
1

4

3* Sept. 6
3* Sept. 26
2

Mar. 15

23* Sept. 19
3 3* Sept. 8
20
Sept. 21
15* Oct. 17

35* Aug. 23
43* Aug. 31
55* Sept. 27
5

Jan.

19

493* Mar. 14
43* Sept. 7
10
Sept. 21
14

Mar. 12

83* Sept. 8
15* Jan. 14
13

Aug. 18
23* Mar. 8

5

19

13* Oct.

Oct.

Aug. 29
43* Jan. 27
45* Sept. 9

June 22

28

2

Aug. 16
Oct.
5

9

18

4

lk Oct.

Mar.

8

June 10

June 18
May 13
July 28
June
1

6
7
16

43* Feb.
1
5* Oct, 31
Sept. 2
123* Jan. 28
8
Apr.
5
995* Jan.
4
3
Mar.
9
30
Jan. 30

June 28

Oct.

73
123

Oct.

4

7

1

43*
33*
193*
13*

9

123* Aug. 23

7

33* Oct.

Oct.

Aug. 24

23* Sept.

9

Jan.
7
Feb. 23
Apr. 28
Feb.
8
12
Apr. 25
3* Aug. 11
3*
3*
3*
13*

9

*

600

For footnotes tee page 56'

Oct.

28
20
22
16
4
28
1
24
4
28
7
30

£1

Am dep rets for ord stk req

800 Crane Co

10

May 13

5* Sept.

5

Sale

■

~25

May
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
June
June
Aug.
Jan.
May
Jan.
July

12

com

36 Conv pref A
Coty Societe Anonyme—
Am dep rets bearer shs
100

11,200

kt

3

k Oct.

lk Oct.

2X

Sale

Corrlgan McKinney Steel—
300

""3O6

13*
5

•

5

13* May 28
10

Oct.

7% pref with warrants..100

of Chic

July 25

9

*

common..

9

Mar.

5

17

...100

pref

Steel com..

505,600 Cord Corp
3,700 Corporation Sec

33,800

Oct.
Oct.

20
31

...100

2.500 Copeland Products Inc

.

Sale

*

t c

Preferred series B

Co

15
3

•

Convertible

Coon (W B)

6

Sale

6

Sale

♦

v t c

3,000 Cooper Bessemer Corp com..*
$3 pref A with warr
6,400
*

-

200

Sale

*

Cons Retail Stores Inc com.*

100 Continental

m*

Oct.

pf_*

Continental Shares Inc—

100

26

1

1

preference
*
1,100 Continental Secur common.*

200

Jan.

*

12,400 Continental Chic Corp com.*

**

20

*

com

conv

800 Consol Theatres Ltd

...

800
mm

55
455

Consolidated Aircraft com..*
Consol Automatic

Merchandising

3

3

1

Club Aluminum Utensil

6,300 Columbia Pictures Corp

mm

100

Oct.

Oct.

48

10

"

30

100

900 Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg25
25 Columbia Mills, Inc, com..100

25

15

10

„..*

common.

300 Cohn & Rosenberger
64,000 Colombia Syndicate

'**

3,500

a.

13

July 21
17
July 21
13* Aug. 12

3

Oct.
Oct.

*

com

57,200 Claude Neon Lights com
7,700 Cleveland Tractor com

**

2k
k Sale

4

Oct.

Oct.

100

6,823,465 Cities Service common
.*
Preferred
*
74,000
Preferred B
3,700
Preferred BB
*
1,890
100 Clark (D L) Co.
..___.*

2,900
1,000

Oct.

13

....

6X

5H

100 Chicago Rivet & Mach Co
*
2,930 Childs Co preferred
100

mm mm **

2

30
15

8,800 Chain Stores Stock Inc.....*
3,200 Charls Corp common
*
25 Cherry Burrell Corp com
*

100

Mar. 28

13

32

2

27

26

40

3k

Apr.
4
June 23
Aug. 10

5

6 3* June
1
23* June 27

*

Aug.

75*
143*
13*
205*

26

10
6

*
400 Chain & Gen Equities com..*

200

*******

$7 dividend preferred

4

13* Mar. 9
135* Mar. 8
23* Apr. 17

17 X
14

19,300 Centrifugal Pipe Corp..

23* Sept.

3* June 30
133* Mar. 3
2
Aug. 12
13* Aug. 22
2
Sept.16

10

4k

14

Sept. 26

3** Aug. 29

17

lk

Oct.

14

13
12
30
12
23

8

♦

4k

Jan.

13* Feb.
Sept.
3* Aug.
85* Sept.
203* May

5k Oct.

June 27

X Apr.

*

2**

2
2

26

1

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

9

53* Apr. 14

8

5

40

15

Apr.
2
Aug. 29

45* Sept.

1
11

13

2

Jan.

9

k Oct.

29

11

25

59
21

8

Jan.

k Feb.

;

♦

7,475
7% 1st partic pref
100
10,125
7% prior preferred
100
6,400 Celluloid Corp common.....*
1st preferred
1,700
*
25

900

933* Aug. 10

X Oct.

8
5

18

lk
2k

8
11
13

25
11
7

53* Apr.
5* Feb.
20 3* June

IX
2J*

Jan.
Feb.

ki Oct.
lk Oct.
2k Oct.

Celanese Corp of Amer—

150

1,000

6
86

25
20
20

XiOct.
lk Oct.
2k Oct.

5

1,000 Carman & Co conv A stk
12,500 Carnation Co common
10,201 Carrier Corp common

Feb.
3
41
45* Aug. 27

11

11

30

1X

15

Oct.

10X Oct.

*
600 Canadian Indus Alcohol A__*
200
Class B Non vot
*

m*

—

2

2

12

t c_*

300 Camden Fire Ins Assn
400 Campe (The) Corp com
mm

10

50

Warrants...
4,500
36,500 Burma Corp, Amer dep rets..
13,600 Butler Bros
20

1,000

20

k

6% pref with warrants..50

600

•

'

11

pf*

8
14

Feb.

333* Sept.

3* June 28
Aug.
9

5

*

pref.

13

Jan.
Jan.

173
163

4

4
Sept. 23

Oct.

x9

123* Jan.
125* June

4

4

24

14

Jan.

k
3*
3*
43*

13

28

June 21

1

10

Apr. 21
9
Apr.
2
21
Aug. 29
13* May 31
53* Apr. 14

Brown Fence & Wire Co—

400

Mar.

11

22
29
17
17

3

Oct.

Celanese—

Class A

40

26

July
X July
6
May
193* May

18
17

American dep receipts.. 10s
25 Brown Co 6% pref
100

200

Apr. 25

Tobacco, Ltd—

Amer dep rets ord bear. £1
Amer dep receipts reg..l0s
British

14

2

*
*

Class A

Mar.

3*8 Oct.

100

3,800 Bridgeport Machine com
3,400 Brill Corp class A
Class B
1,400
5,700 Brillo Mfg Co common

100
mm

1st preferred

45

33

100
.100

4,000 Bourjois Inc

Oct.
Oct.

8

x9

2k Oct.
2X Oct.
28X Oct.

62

Apr. 11

IS

...»

c

com

6,400 Bliss (E W) 9c Co common—*
176,812 Blue Ridge Corp com
*
143,687
Opt 6% Conv pref
*
4,500 Blumenthal (S) 0c Co com
*
150 Bohack (H C) 7% 1st pref 100
10 Boston & Albany RR Co..100

15,600
5,700
'

v t

3

6
29
8
10
15
27
5

July 15
Apr. 25

14

200 Benson & Hedges common..*
*
2,000 Bickford's Inc com
J2.50 cum conv pref
1,100
*

**

************

mm

Bellanca Aircraft
Benef Indus Loan

115* Sept.
Aug.
43* Sept.
33* Aug.
23* Mar.
103* Sept.

40

May 24
Apr. 26
May 19
Mar. 10
July 26

Baumann

(Ludwlg) &Co—
Conv 7% 1st pref
100

4

June
1
June 16

1

Mar.

5

June 22

63* Sept. 6
95* Sept. 22
53

Jan.

28

103* Aug. 27

143* Mar. 22
73* July 28
35* Sept. 24
13 M Mj
hi Jan

Oct

1951

Ma

65
13

Ma
Ma

4

Api
13* Oc
*n Ja

CURB

YORK

NEW

42

PRICES

AGGREGATE SALES.
NEW YORK
Jan.

1.

Jan. 2
Oct. 1.

1932.

1.

Shares,
4,600

Shares.
800

RANGE SINCE JAN.

IN OCTOBER.

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

October.

EXCHANGE

(NDis.fr

Davenoort

MISC.

Par

(Con.)

*

Hcwlbry

Bid.

Ask.

7

14

13

Bid.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Ask

9

Bid.

Prices

Oct.

9

1-8% Oct.

8k

7

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Highest.
Sale

Sale Prices.

Ask.

20

14

Jan..

8

4

5k July

% Oct.
8
3 k June 24
% June 23

% May 10
18% Sept. 6
1% Jan.
8
1% Mar. 18
% Sept. 8
7% Apr. 29
7% Aug. 11
1% Sept. 8

Decca Record Co Ltd—

-100

12,200

432,200
241,900

7,566

75,000

American

200

36,500

Sale

8k Oct.

8
10

k Sale

% Oct.

15

k Oct.
15k Oct.
k Oct.

8
4
3

Oct.

20

k Oct.

3

35

Oct.

38

Oct.

7

22

2

Oct.

7
5

Mar. 18
Jan.
5
Apr. 29
Sept. 6
Apr.
1
July 16

2

Oct.

5

1

May 31

8

Oct.

3

8

Oct.

3

8

Oct.

37k Oct.

4

37k Oct.

4

Oct.

3

26

Oct.

3k Oct.

31

6

Oct.

3
5

k Oct.

shares

Deere fr Co com

100

.

*

l»e Forest Radio * t c

9%
1%

Sale
Sale

%

Sale

14 k

k

Sale
y

9k

De Haviland Aircraft Co Ltd
Am

200

dep rets ord reg shs_.£l
Corp.
'
*

Detroit Aircraft

.

100 Diamond Shoe Corp com
300 Dictaphone Co common

""%6 Sale

%

k

..*

Prod Co Inc
*
460 Dixon (Jos) Crucible Co-.100
•
2,300 Doehler Die-Casting

1

300, Dictograph

30
200

,

25 Douglas (W L) Shoe 7%

25

100

4,600

Preferred .A

2%

100

Dow Chemical Co com..

50

'"50

pjf

2.300

1,700

___.100

26

0k

8k

%

3k

Sale

%

Oct.

% Oct.. 25

700 Edison Bros Stores

%

% Sale

1

k Oct.

k Oct.
lk Oct.

27
10

k Oct.

26

5

6
Aug. 24
Feb.
Q
June
2
Feb.

16

66

k July

8

%

lk

1

2

lk
2k

■*

'WeOct" "6
2k Oct.

3

3

39

4

*

com

11

Oct. *

8

July

10

5,800 Eastern Utii lavec class *_•
2,800 Easy Washing Mach class B_*

400

Jan.

3% Feb.

21%
88%
18%
1%

5

100 Eastern Steamship Lines...*
400

66

3

66

*

2,250 Draper Corp
*
10,500 Driver Harris Co common..10
300
7% preferred
100
6,700 Dublller Good Corp new com 1
Durham Duplex Razor Co—
200
prior pref with warr
*
300 Durham Hosiery Mills B com *
10,200 Duval Texas Sulphur.......*1

1,500

lk
%
7%
6%

Aug.
5
% Aug. 23
% June
1

6% Sept.22
k May
4
lk Oct. 10
3
Jan. 26

Sept. 27
88% Aug. 24

26

Oct.

3

11% Sept.
Feb.

1% Sept.

3
16

7

10

Aug.
5
1% Apr. 27
1
Sept. 8

6% Sept. 11
Aug. 15
Aug. 15

2

3

Feb.

4

18

Educational Pictures Inc 8%

425

pref with com

104,300 Eisler Electric com
40,050 Elec Pow Associates
229,900 ; Class A....

10,000
1,500
3,000

...*
*

com

*
'900 Elec Prod of Colo common..*
.*
21,900 Elec Shareholdings com

""800

$6 conv pref with warr .._*
18,600
250 Elgin National Watch Co..25

2,200

Feb.

8

warr.100

pur

1

1%

2k

OH
6%

8

0k
6k

7%

~~3k "4"

"5
45 H

38

42

17 %

Sale

7k
7k
0k

47 k

lk
5k
5k

22

2
2
2
31
26
31
12

3

14

2k Oct.

1

k June

5

Oct.

10
10

Oct.
Oct.

2 k June

Oct.

7
7

6

5

Sale
0k
0k

7

2% June
3
Aug.
1% May
19
May
10% Jan.

lk Oct.

"4%~0~ct~ "14

"3k "5k

Oct.

44

27

5%
47

Oct" "5
Oct.

11

30

Sale

44

15

9

9

4%
8%
5434
11%

Sept.20
Sept. 9
Aug. 29
Aug. 29
Sept. 9
Sept. 8
Aug. 30
Jan. 18

Emerson's Bromo-Seltzer—•
Class A non-vot com
—*
500
Class B common.
*
100
700 Empire Corporation com....*

10
2,300 Employers Re-insurance
1,500 Ex-Cell-O Aircraft & Tool..*

'""300

100
100

7,100 Fajardo Sugar........

""loo

Fansteel Products Inc.

17M 18%
2%
%
%

10
4,000 Fageol Motors Co com
3,700 Fairchild Aviation class A. *
300 Fairey Aviation Amer shs.lOs

""300

.100
400 Fanny Farmer Candy com..*

1,700
1,800

Fedders Mfg Co class A
*
500 Federal Bake Shops com
*
4,300 Federated Capital Corp ..!.*

""loo
500

Ctfs of dep for com stk
2,000
6% cum preferred..
2,000
26,900 Federated Metals Corp

400

5,200

11,200

1.000
Mi

M.

_

m.

mm

Flat Amer dep rets.

1%
3k

16 k

22

1

2H
5

k

k

1k

lk Oct.

16
2k
4

4k
lk
2k

14 %

..*

5k
6

Sale
6
7k

7
2%
4

8
6

1% Oct.

9k

8k

19
8

14

July

2

Apr.

68,000

18,700
3,400

Fisk Rubber

Oct.

4

Oct.

11,000
150

2

26 k

2k
9

3%
9%

9

4

June

19

May
% May
5% May

8k

Sale

20k
2k
0k
15k

Sale

7

18 108k Oct.

18

22

28

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

13

27
10

5

3k Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

28k
2k
8k
15k

28
14
5
5

Aug.
14% Jan.

9% Apr.

Vs

5

June

May
% Jan.

2

Oct.

2

9
2

Oct.

20

Oct

19

% May
5
3
6% May
8% Feb. 25
26
Sept. 7
108% Sept. 9
% Mar. 12

June

100

Jan.

3

Aug.

20

Mar. 12

Aug. 20
1% July 26

Oct.

nt4

Oct.

2

k Sale

Sale

Class■ B.................

2,975

"8

4

1

10

new common.

Pref new w 1.
100
7,000
*
6,600 Flintkote Co class A
156,250 Ford Motor of Canada cl A.

300

8
9
1
6
6

5

% Oct.

Oct.

106

107k 109

18

Sept.
2% Sept.
1% Apr.
51% Sept.
7% May

Oct" ""8

%

8k Oct.

10

27

4

12k Oct.
17k Oct.

Oct.

Jan.

3% Oct.

20

lk Oct.

24

Oct.

Feb.
4
29% Mar. 31
% Feb. 15

30

17

3

New capital stock..,
10
600
530 First Nat Stores 7% 1st pf.100
500 Fishman (I) & Son class A..*

""380

1-16 Feb.
% June
1% Apr.
9% June
4
Aug.

"

Sale

16

18

May
4
Mar. 31
Feb. 15
Jan.
8
Aug.
8

Oct.

28

8

12

15k
10

Oct.

lk Oct.
Ik Oct.

17

% Oct.
% Oct.

14

"3k

19

lk Oct.
25
Oct.

"26"" "25
4k
lk
2k

3

k

Sale

25

.

22

3k Oct.
k
lk

'l7%

16

16 k

3%

300 Film Inspection Machine...*
300 Finance Co (Bait) cl A com..*
3,500 Fire Assn of Philadelphia..10

M»

ML

—

*

24

29%
%
16%
234

22

18% Sept. 20
1% May 26

334 Sept. 24
28% Oct. 28
Mar. 23

4

1

15

Mar.

3

8% June 13

25

Mar.

3

June

5

Ford Motor Co, Ltd,

Amer dep rcts._Ord reg £1
369,700
7,900 Ford of France Am dep rets
*
4,100 Foremost Dairy Prod com
Conv pref
1,800

38,500
200
300

■

------

4k

Sale

%
%

4k Sale

3k

3k Oct.
4k Oct.
k Oct.

Sale

8

k
k

Sale
1H

4k
2k

4k
lk

4k
lk

%

4k Oct.
4k Oct.
k Oct.

10
7
31

2h
33i

May 31
June
Jan.

26

1
26

6% Jan. 11
6% Mar. 1
34 Sept. 16

Aug. 10

34 Sept. 14

Foundation Co.
New capital stock.
*
18,000
13,200 Franklin (H H) Mfg com....*
7% preferred
.200
500
80 French Line Aimer shares..

1,900
2,000
150

125 Gamewell Co $6 conv pref...*
*
2,500 Garlock Packing Co com

3",800

77,365 General Alloys Co
101,200 General Aviation Corp com *
2,400 General Capital Corp com.

12,300

Sale

4k Oct.
lk Oct.
6
Oct.

4k Oct.
2k Oct.
0k Oct.

10
28
8

2

5% Aug. 31
3
Sept. 22
8
Sept.24
1% Mar. 2

May 19
% Jan.
5
34 July 21
1% June 28
11
July 21

51% Aug.
5
8% Jan. 20
3
Apr.
9
5% Sept. 7
20
Sept. i

3% June

1
% July 12

6

Mar. 24

1% Mar.

5k
7.

5k,

1

lk

9k
lk
3% Sale

3k

8
Sale
3k

48

8
Oct.

10

Oct.

2k Oct.

13

Oct.

0k Oct.

"k "lk

24

7k Oct.

1

2% Sale

General Elec Co of Great Brit

American dep receipts...£1
37,100
*
6,100 General Empire Corp
*
1,900 Gen Fireproofing com
General Parts Corp—
Convertible preferred...

2,400
«b«M

M.

-

\

10

500

$3

cum conv

--_il1-'

10 Gen Tire & Rubber Co

1,100 Gilbert (A C) CO

"5;3O6
M»

—

—

—

*

com.

100 Golden State Co Ltd.
496,845 Goldman-Sachs Tradl ng

64,000 Gold Sea! Elec
Gorham

300

""466
mmm<m

—

200

275
230
400

new com

*

«M

Mi

534 June

10% June

%> Oct.

8

% Oct.

5

Ik
2

2k Oct.

6

2k Oct.

6

3
12

19 k

22 k

Ilk

10k Oct.

15

17

Oct.

24

3

15

Oct.

3k Oct.

650
25

3k

Sale

3k Sale
%s Sale

2

2%

Sale
k Sale

Oct" II
%; Oct.

6

—

—

"

700
600

7% preferred

3k Oct.
k Oct.
.

1
17

8k
11

3k
14 k

40
116
138

Sale
6
16

12
12%

0k Oct.

10
13

13%

1334 Oct.

7k

12

2%
13 k

4k
16

52
Sale

20

Oct.

116% Oct.

146

Sale

11

7

300

1334 Oct.

27

2

7

w*

3

20

23

13

Jan.

23% Sept.
5
Sept.

18

2
8

Mar. 30

1

5

May 21
Aug. 30

5

% Oct.

17

8

Oct"

26

19

9

Oct.

"i%oc"t:"8
7% Oct.

19

2

13

5

lk Sale
8

9,550 Hazeltlne Corp
*
5,500 Helena Rubinstein common.*
*
3,100 Heyden Chemical Co..
1,200 Hires (Chas E) class A com..*
»

Oct.

lk

1

Oct.

3

5-16

k

k

Oct.

k

24

n% Oct.

4

"5k

12

4k

H

k Oct.

8
19 k

20

5k

1
7

10

Oct.

10

_% Oct.
10

Oct.

5
26

19" "26"

17" "26"

17

"lk

"k "lk

"lk

1
1

50

1H

40

7k

Sale

"5k "Oct.

7

8

Oct.

28

25

Aug. 29

Sept.21
Aug. 17
Mar.

2% Sept.

n9%

Jan.

4

6
20

96

May 31
12% Jan. 12

7

5

June 30

2% May 25
% Apr. 26
534 Apr.
8

30 k

2
14
9

12

July 21
July
7
Jan. 14

Jan.

Mar.

23

*4 June 27
% May 16

7

-tii---—---

Jan.

Jan.

42% Jan.
150
168

% May 24
1

11%

*

700 Horn (A C) Co com....
700
7% 1st preferred..

lk

6

June

Oct.

19

17

103% May
7% Apr.
15% Sept.
1
Aug.
7% Oct.
96
May
7% Aug.

"

8

Jan.

9

May

108

27
8

*

56.

Jan.

6% Jan.

2

24

13% Sept.

June

28

•

see page

1% Jan. 14
35% Sept. 30

1% Apr.

3% July
8
July
2
May

$7 pref with warrants....*
Grocery Stores Prod v tc._*

Handley-Page Ltd—
Am dep rets partlc pref
700
15,700 Happiness Candy St cl A...*
135 Harnischfeger Corp com
*
r
50 Hart, Schaffner & Marx
100

Ma

Oct.

3 n24

Oct.

I

16" "26"

Oct.

19,400




10% June

16

% July 28

6 118% Oct.
Oct.
7 148

136
9

145

8

..100

600 Holophane Co Inc com

For footnotes

2!

June
9
% June 21
5
May 21
1
June
2

1

7% Oct.

Hall (C M) Lamp Co
100 Hammond Clock com

— •

2

20

% June 20
35% Sept. 30
% Mar. 16
2
Aug.
1
23% Feb.
1
6
June
1

15,100
2,500

"f.506

9

Jan.

7% Jan.

3

550 Grelf Bros Cooperage class A.

«•

8% Mar.

2

Inc—

S3 cum pref with warr....*
4,550
*
4,200 Gorham Mfg Co com v t c
900 Grand Rapids Varnish:..
*
12,850 Graymur Corp
*
4,275 Gray Tel Pay Station com
7,270 Gt Atl 8c Pac Tea 1st pref.100
Non-voting common stock *
7,510

.50

T.I66

1

June 10

5

2% June

500 Gt Lakes Dr & Dockcom....*

M.

4

5

Common class A..........*

1,300 Great Northern Paper Co..25
2,300

100
M-

7

6

*

100

M.

6%
2k

k

1

300

••

25
5

250 Godchatix Sugars class B..

—

34,900
33,400

7k

6
3

25

...»

com

*
90,673 Glen Alden Coal Co
5,000 Globe Underwriters new...2

1,000

7

11

Preferred

400

:

7
Sale

*

pref

700 Gerrard (S A) Co

"loo

7k

Gen Theatres Equip Inc

74,600

______

6k
16

June 15

July
1
Aug. 13
334 Feb. 20

Jan.
1% Jan.

5

7

26

14% Jan. 22
4

13

Mar.
1
Jan. 14

1% Apr.
6
1
Sept.10
Jan.
5

4
20

June 30
7% Jan. 26
% Sept.17
10
Aug. 27

21

Jan.

7

3% Apr.
5
1 % Jan. 20
8

Oct.

28

NEW

YORK

AGGREGATE SALES.

PRICES

NEW YORK
In

October.

Jan.

Shares.

Shares.

1,200

1932.
INDUS. & MISC.

(.Con.) Par

20,850 Horn & Hardart com
•
100
7% preferred
100
|HoudaIUe Hershey Corp—
Conv preferred class A

200

18,300 Huyler's Co of Del

700

2,400
7% preferred
63,300.Hydro-Elec Secur

1,200
10,600

'""25

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

OCTOBER.

Jan. 2

1.

300,

IN

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

43

EXCHANGE

CURB

38,300'Hytfrade

Bid.
26 '

Bid.

27X

23

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Ask: Bid.

23

25

Ask.
Sale

Sale

23

Lowest.

Highest.

Prices
Oct. 27

Sale

25

Oct.

4

3

100
*

Food Prod com....*

36

6%
3**

X

50

1

com

20 **

Sale
Sale

7X
32*

IX
Sale
8%
4

X

IX
Sale

15

5X

5H
22* Sale

2,650 Mygrade Sylvania Corp
«.*
251
$6.50 Convertible pref____*

X Oct.
15

X
20X
r8X
3%

Oct.

5X Oct.
2% Oct.
53X Oct.

10

Mar. 16

95J* Sept.

15

Oct.

4% June

10

Jan.

Mar. 30

2

31

Mar. 29

332* Feb. 11
11** Mar. 3
4** Sept. 9

2

1»* June 30
10** Apr. 12
Oct, 10
44

100 Illuminating Shares A stock *

9

9

4% .Tune 10
X June 22

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

53** Oct.

Sale Prices.
29
Jan. 13

15** May 31
95

*

com..

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Prices.

Feb.

13

53** Oct.

10

Jan.

7

21

7.

44

| Imperial Chem

Industries—
£1
1,200 Imperial Tobacco Co of Can.5
4,200 Imp Tob of Gt Brit St lrel__£l
200

600
100
50

2,600
3,000

300,
200,

2,000

Am dep rets ord reg

50 Indep Pneumatic Tool

2,400 Industrial Finance v t c
10
1,225
7% cum preferred
100
114,228 ln8ull Utility Investment....*
4,100
?6 2d pref with warrants
39,300 Insur Co of North Amer
10
38,300 insurance Securities Co
10
50 Interlake Steamship
...»
3,500 Internat Cigar Machinery
*
2,300!lnternat Holding & Invest.
2,700 Internat Products com
*
100 Internat Proprietaries A
1,400 Internat Safety Razor cl B_*
32,500 Interstate Equities com
*

400

400

2,000

25,900

New $3 conv pref

5~400
300

2,000

500

9

20

28 J*

12*

30
2

30

36% Sale
IX
1X

33X
X

34 X
%

33

Oct.

10, 36** Oct.

X Oct.

1

IX Oct.

4

19

1** Oct.

....

"l%
4
6
7-16 Sale

11

X
3

X

4%
1

15

2

...

IX

___

1

6
3

Oct.

4

12*

IX Oct.
1

18

Oct.

3

** Oct.

4

2* Oct.
** Oct.

Sale

'12%
7

T3J*
7%
6X

10

Oct.

27
24

12X Oct.

28

12

15**

~6" "i2"
3%

•

5X

5

Oct.

7

6

Oct.

19

2"

X

X
6

1

X
5%

**
X
16**
2**

June
Jan.

1** Oct.

Klelnert (J B) Rubber com..*
Knott Corp common
»
200 Kobacker Stores com
*

....

~3X
4

15

Jan.

40

Mar.

22* Sept.

2

30

Jan.

14
28

6X Oct.
** Oct.

1

12** Oct. 28
5
July 16
2
June
2

6

•ia June 21

nl

Oct.

3

8

26
21

Oct.

3% Oct.
13** Oct.

June 24

1**
12*
16J*
5**
IX
X
162*

Feb.

11
Sale

26
21

Sept.
May
July
3% Apr.
IX July

12
31
6
14
29

1

4" "4%

4**

Oct."

1

4** Oct.

1

Jan.

1

8
23
7
2
15
29
26

28
8
22
3

IX Jan.

12

IX Sept.
3
Apr.

20

10

8

15
14

2
4

4** Aug. 30
14J* Sept. 28

1** Oct.
8

11

2
15

85

4

9%
92*
4%

2
4

15

4

Oct.

13

Oct.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Oct.
Aug.
12** Oct.
9
Sept.
8
Sept.
X Feb.

2* Aug.
1
IX May 25

4

VA

4

Jan.

Jan.

5
29

1

15

11

20

6

27

X Oct.

5

Oct.

10

2** Mar.
19** Feb.

15

May 27
9
7
Apr. 18
5-16 Apr. 13
2* Oct. 27

85

9% Sale

7,200
3,100

Feb.

1

15

Sept.12

15

Jan.

15

1

July
6
6
Aug. 11
5** Jan.
9
Jan.

4

20

Brandes Ltd—

American shares

24,400

June

2** Mar. 2
72* Sept. 22
162* Oct. 11

** June 15
X
2%

..5

Kolster

Jan.

15** Oct.
12** Oct.

100

5,100 Kelly Springfield Tire
New Preferred
1,100

I

6% Sale

13

8
11
** May 16
** Sept. 16
18** May 31
** May
6

IK

com

Oct.

July

Apr.

12

35

*

100 Klein (Henry) preferred

10

27

_*

9,600 Johnson Motor Co com
Jonas&Naumburg Corp—
Common
23,400
$3 Convertible pref...
1,100

Oct.

Sale

_*

com

Ken-Rad Tube & Lamp Corp
100
Common class A
*
1,700 Klein (D Emil) Co common.

100

13

X Oct.

43,300 Irving Air Chute
1,700
Warrants

10 Jones & Laughlin

1,600

6

50
*

13
11

10

1

102*

3,000;Interstate Hosiery Mills

7X Oct.
16** Oct.

13

13

Oct.

16

X

Conv preferred

11

10

New common

200

200

7% Oct.
16** Oct.

*

2** Apr. 29,
6** Apr. 28
12 **
Jan. 7

H

£1

IX

X

IX

X June

IX

1

12* Mar. 30

Koppers Gas & Coke—
125

3,200

.100

6% preferred

40

Aug.

10

10

Jan.

Kress (S H) & Co spec pf

30.5001 Lackawanna Secur

*

24**

12o|
1,100
1,800
1,100
600

10,000,
*u,m

800

6" 856

14

2

Oct.

1

IX
2
5X Sale

IX Oct.
5X Oct.

21

1** Oct.
5** Oct.

7

9

10

9

Oct.

3

7

3

Oct.

5

4

Oct.
Oct.

17X Oct.
1** Oct.

6

18

Oct.

7

31

2

Oct.

10

IX

IX
5X
10**

Sale
Sale
11

14**

"30"

IX

25

7% pref with warrants..100
Lefcourt Realty

•

com

Preferred

•

500

62* % pref witb

.......*
•

com..

4**
14

10 X
7

5
17K
11
8

100

warr

21,500 Libby McNeil A Libby..
10
3,800 Lindsay Light Co common.10
109,700 Louisiana Land & Ezpl com.*
150 Ludlow Mfg Associates...

"300
400

4,200
1,170

*

~3K "'42*

2

3

~1% Sale
X

IX Sale
56

Oct.

X

1
8

24

10

IX Oct.

1
5
25

1

200

Mangel Stores Corp—
Common.
.._.._*

62*% pref with

com pur

X

X

w.*

1,000 Manning Bowman Ac Co cl A.*
5,500 M apes Cons Mfg Co.
»
3,200 Marion Steam Shovel com..*
100 Maryland Casualty new....2

IX

66,600 Mavis Bottling Co of Am cl A1
15,700 Mayflower Associates Inc...*
May Hosiery Mills Inc—

** Oct.
IX Oct.

25

15

X Oct. 28
IX Oct. 28

i.

25

"K "l

IX

2

IX

2X

Oct.

6

IX Oct.

27

26X Oct.
2% Oct.

3
28

21,500 Mead Johnson & Co

3,122 Mercantile Stores

2* Sale
29K

28

32H

27

X Sale
32**

7,000 Merritt Chapman
300

** Oct.
28

3 7-16

Oct.

15

IX Oct.

8

Oct,

19

Oct.

15

IX Oct.

8

28

IX

14

*

44

48

43**

48

"23"

10**

15

38

*

Ac Scott

6**% preferred

•

700 Metal & Mining Shares

15"

7**

2

3

com

July

7

June 24

10** Oct.

11

10** Oct.

1

65

5

65

IX

2%

IX

2X

IX Oct.

5

29

Oct.

IX Oct.

10

X

*

2

Oct.

22

3% Oct.

7

2

Oct.

22

3X Oct.

7

2

Sept.
Sept.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 17
11

18

Jan.

4
5

Jan.

14

20

July

19

61

Mar.

69

Apr.

15

Jan.

7

Oct.

5

Sept. 13
May 18

32
3

Feb.

Apr.

8

20

** Mar.
2* Mar.
30
Apr.
** Mar.

X

4

8

65

Oct.

15** June
19** June
1** June
25

28

Jan.

1** Jan.

16
29
19
16
Aug. 29

15

*

Midland Royalty Corp—
700
$2 conv pref

X Oct.
5

22*
6**
3**
2*
30

3

*
B

2X Sept. 13
Sept. 12
July 25

Jan.
5
Sept. 29
Feb. 16

43** Oct.

Oct.

7
7
20

Feb.

7

65

"X "T'x

com.

lOO.Metal Textile Corp pref

20

Jan.

43

Oct.

...100

200 Met 5 to 50c Stores

2*
6%
3X
**

Oct.
Jan

4

9

8
6
5

June 11

40

100

Co

18

4

25

Feb.

11

25

Jan.

May 28
8
IX July
4% Feb. 10
20
July 19
29** July
69
Apr.
8
July

2X

._*

com

** Oct.
5

43

2X

3,900 Mesabi Iron

100

60

16

42*

»

100!
7% preferred
100
200 Merch & Miners Transp
*
350 Mergenthaler Linotype Co..*

100

300

25

*

25 Melville Shoe 1st pref

"ioo

9

June

May 11

6

18** Feb.
142* Sept.
72* Feb.

2* Mar. 31

S4 pref with warrants....*

2,300 McCord Radiator A Mfgro
400 McGraw Electric Co.
50i McQuay Norris Mfg

1,100

25

10

...

700
100

11
14
25
26
5
9
5
6
14

May
May
July
5X May
2
July
12
Aug.
1
May
6
May
** Mar.
1

5

34

65

2oo—
Massey-Harris Co Ltd com..*

1,000

Aug.
2* May 11
** Mar. 28
28X Feb. 15

132* July 26

IX Oct.

Sale

400 Lynch Corp common.......*

4,200
1,120

19

Lane Bryant Inc—

64,200 Lehigh Coal & Nav
3.400 Lerner Stores Corp

350

Jan.

30** July 14
49
Aug.
4
22* Augr30
2* Jan.
4
30** Feb. 13

10

2

__.*

250 Landers Frary & Clark

Aug. 31

10

49

4,600 Lakey Foundry & Mach..^..*
500 Land Co of Florida

60

16 ** June

262*

60 Lackawanna RR of N J...100

500

9
19

lH

3-\6&
30

8

4

6

Feb.

8

Jan.

27

Sept.
6
Feb. 25

Arr. 12
** Mar. 5

6

17

Au

Midland Steel Product'

200

4,700
■

$2 non-cum div shares
*
500 Midland United Co common.*

300 Midvale Co
900 Miller (I) & Sons
60

100

200

1,240
1,700
1,500
1,040
4,200

1
15
2

com.

Mlnneap-Honeywell Reg pref

60

61X

'§5o
155

900 Mtge Bank of Golom Am shs._
300 Municipal Service Corp.
._*

52,200
2,200

1,200 Murphy (G C) Co

com

16

13

Oct.

28
12

692* Oct.
3

Oct.

28
12

*4-

18**

12

9X

18**

18

17** Oct.

5

18

71** Oct.

18

'""**0"ct:"l7 '""**~Oct7"i7

3

*

18

Oct.

11
19

4** Oct.
18

Oct.

Nachman-Sprlngftiled Corp.*
National American Go..

*

National Aviation Corp.....*
National Baking Co com
_*
Natl Bancservice Corp
*

1

Sale

2% Sale

223,800,Nat Bellas Hess

com
.1
31,700 Nat'l Bond & Share Corp...*
200,National Candy Co com
*

300

$2 convertible pref

5,520, Nat Dairy Prod pref A
1,300,Nat Food Prod class A
2,5001

For footnotes see p»gt




Class B

56.

2**
19 X Sale

*

9

100
._*

94

*

41

Sale

28

6*
Sale
29

4%
8%

9
17

98

8

10

IX Sale
26

23 M

IX Oct.
24** Oct.

26
26

X

1

% Oct.
6X Oct.

18

3

1J* Oct.
X Oct.

32* May
2
2* Oct.
8
22* Jan.
2
1
May 17
X Apr. 21

1

1*| Oct. 26

3

18X June 28
5% May 11
76
July 12

22100
Oct.
21
IX Oct.
51
** Oct.

4

50*1

9

Oct.

25
28
26
4
16
12
6
4
16
May 20

Oct.

2** Oct.
28

17
94

"!** "16"
X

Oct.

4X Oct.

.X

June
1
June 16

19

29

4** Oct.

50
3

11

Oct.

15

9X

10

IX

5

2** May
41
July
52* Jan.
4** Aug.
60
Aug.
12
Apr.
2* July
1** May
32* May

71** Oct.
10
1

20 National Casket preferred..*
Nat ContainerCorp—
200
Common
*'
250
200
100

68X Oct.

10

Mar.

10** June
6
12* Mar. 21

Montgomery Ward & Co A__*

2,400 Moore Drop Forgings cl A.._*
1,334 Morison Elec Supply com...*

1,500
5,700

10
3

"20

1,200
22,000
82,400
200
1,100

45

*

Moody's Invest Service pref.*
400 Moore Corp Ltd common
_*
50
7% preferred A
100

100

15
1

45

2X

Miss River Fuel Corp warr

Mock-Judson-Vofihringer

IX May 28

4
5

8** Feb. 18
2
vg. 23
.

31

Mar. 11

2** Jan
15
71** Mar. 14
6

Mar. 11

4** At g. 30
72

Mar. 10
5

17** Oct.
5
Aug
71** Oct.
14
Apr.
2
3

Feb.
Jan.

4** Oct.
23
Apr.

5

18
7
5
11
11
1

6

Aug.
9
12* Fe
11
6% Sept. 3
1
May 17
32* Feb. 16
2% Sept. 29
30
Sept. 9
5% May 11
76
July 12

5
May 7
6**
9
8** May 31
July
7 101
** Apr. 25
12*
H Jan. 14
2*

.

Feb. 29
Jan.

2

Apr. 29
Sept. 9
Sept.12

NEW

44

Price ■;

NEW YORK

Jan. 2

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

INDUS, at MISC. (Con.) Par
1
47,800 National Investor* com..
5K% preferred
100
•500
Warrants
27,000
3,700 National Leather Co com...*
*
14,200 Nat Rubber Mach com
2,400 National Screen Service....*

Shares.

Shares.

4,300

"2",400
100

1,500

200

1,400
200

100

Conv partlc preferred
*
1,200
250 Nat Steel Car Corp Ltd.....*
4,400 Nat Steel Corp warrants...
...*
17,700 National Sugar Refg__

1,100 Nauhelm Pharmacies pref-.*
1,305 Nehl Corp com
100
700 Neisner Bros pref....
5
2,958 Nelson (Herman) Corp
900 Neptune Meter class A
*
*
600 Nestle Le Mur Co cl A
350 New Amsterdam Casualty. 10

5,500 Newberry (J J) Co
850
7% preferred

1,400

2,000

Ask.
Sale

Ask

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale Prices.
3
Oct.
6

*

com

3K

UK

Sale

3]
11]

14

3K Oct.

3

IK Oct.
K Oct.
IK Oct.

3K

3

4

2

1

1I8 i§

2,800

lk
23 £

10
13
18

2K Oct.
K Oct.
3K Oct.

20
13
24

4

K Oct.

4

14

N Y Merchandise Inc

Oct.

3

2 K Oct.

22K Oct.

11

24 K Oct.

1

5
25

24 K

22

23 k

22

6

1

IK

IK

3

5k
11
k

Founders

15

Oct.

13

6

Octv

11

5K Oct.

11

7

1

3k

Oct.

11

7

Oct.

11

7

Oct.

11

lk July
2k Oct.

20
13

4

14k

19

15

72

IK

IK
K

3

k

75

55

80

1

IK
5

1

IK
9

IK
6%

10

18
80
3

K
1

T" "12k

Oct.

2

lk

"12K

2K

1,700

24,600 NUea-Bement-Pond com....*
Nitrate Corp of Chile
(Cosach) Ctfs for ord b shs
9,300
*
16,500 Noma Elec Corp com
5
9,400 Nordon Corp Ltd com

'8

27,700 Niagara Share Corp class B 5

"500

3

7

4,100
1,200

100 North Amer Cement

100
200
300

100

1,000
200

1,500

3,800 Novadel Agene
2,725
19,380
6,300
9,500
1,977

600

200

315

2K

3k

8K

5K Oct.

27

7

Oct.

8

K Sale
2
2K

K Oct.

14

Oct.

11

K Oct.
2 k Oct.

13'
8

5K Sale
5K

2

partic pref

5

4

36

41k

31

31k Oct.

37

19
25

3K

2

IK

2K

3K

4k

3K

5k

*
*

Class B

*
50

5,300
100

3,100
1,300

pref
100
39,600 Philip Morris Inc new
10
Class A
25
2,050
25,600 Phoenix Securities New com 1
New conv preferred A....10
5,300
800 Pie Bakeries Inc com
...*
200
7% preferred
......100

4,700

4",900

69,900

Pierce Governor Co

'""266

27

4k Oct.

Sale

15k Oct.
3k Oct.

14

Oct.

10

18

Prentice-Hall

2,500
300

17,000
100

10,500
1,400

230
20

com

18

9k
lk Sale

Sale

3

2K

2

5,300
1,100
1,000

"""50

3
21k

K

11 k

2k

Sale

18

4

27

3

19

34

Oct.
Oct.

4

10

39k Oct.

4

lk Oct.
32k Oct.
Oct.

1

June

2

June

18

19

Oct.

18

% Oct.
Ilk Oct.

4

31

lk Oct.

10

2 k Oct.

3k Oct.

10

4k Oct.

18

29

Oct.

35

Oct.

31

50

Oct.

18
17

13k Oct.
K

28

17k Oct.

3

*

Oct.

20

12 k Oct,

8

1
15
22

5

19

10k

14k

12

14k

12

June 23

2

May 28
ks July 29
8
July
8
June

100

400
300

""'loo
525

48,300
270
200
800

...

*
6,315 Raytheon Mfg, com v t c
*
1,200 Reeves (Daniel) com
*
1,800 Reliable Stores com
100 Reliance Bronze & Steel..._*
43,200 Reliance Internatcom A____*
Class B
*
2,400
*
26,400 Reliance Management
112,200 Republic Gas Co
*
47,650 Reybarn Co., Inc..
.....10
37,500 Reynolds Investing com....*
100 Rice-Stix Dry Goods
*
*
1,300 Richman Bros Co

Oct.
Oct.

2

2

K

5K

Sale
64 k
K Sale

4K

4k

6

4

24
10

3

"

1~2O6
9,900

1,200
7% conv preferred
50
*
2,400 Rike-Kumler Co com
2,300 Roosevelt Field Inc new....5
27,800 Rossia Internat Corp
*
13,800 Royal Typewriter com
*
100
7,800 Ruberoid Co
._..*
1,000 Russeks Fifth Ave Inc
300 Ryerson (Jos T) & Son Inc..*

Sale

6k

k Sale
4
5k

1-16 Sale

2K

2K

107

5

Oct.

com

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

20

Oct.
Oct.

11
84
5 107

20k Aug.
3
18
May 28
12 k June
3
k June 23
5
' Aug.
5
June 13

9

200

For footnotes

iiH il*
3K

Vs
K




Jan.

25

4
11

4k Mar. 10
Sept. 6
lk Sept. 7
12
Aug. 27

25

Feb.

5

16

42k
3k
3k
lk
5k

Feb. 15
Sept. 27
Jan. 14
June
4
Sept. 8

29

Oct.

18

Aug. 25
19k Sept. 3
lk Jan. 20
16k Feb. 11
19
Jan.
5

51

lk

k

lk

16

lk

Sale
%
IK

2k

Sale

18

Oct.
Oct.

7

55

June 10 102

1

99

July 21 107

18

1

Oct.

1

Oct.

3

Oct.

3

Oct.

26

k Oct.
5k Oct.

3
14

16

Oct.

26

Oct.

26

18

lk Oct.

18

lk

2k

lk Oct.

14

2k Oct.

1

k"o"ct"

31

lk Oct.

6
5
5
3

~

'

Sale
3/

16

K

a

Sale

_

ik

k

k Oct.
1

ik

11

k Oct.

Oct.

26
14

lk Oct.
k Oct.

24k Oct.

Oct.

1

2

Sept.

8

1

1

Jan.

k
k
k
k
13 k
lk
k
k
k
k
k
k
1-16

10

10

19

6k Oct.

11

1
5

Oct.

4

k

k Oct.
7 k Oct.
20k Oct.

3
8

2k

24k Oct.

k
IK
12 K

11
17]

'

2

8

..*
Certificates of deposit.....

6k

"34 k

15

6k Oct.
k Oct.
k Oct.

"k """

1$ 2$

20

18

4

3

Oct.

8

18k Oct.

7k

7

11

19

7

1

14

20

7

lk
7

Sale

5k

Sale

3k

Sale

Oct.

20

7

Oct,

25

11K

Sale

Oct.

19

38

Oct.

3k Oct.

10

Oct.

28

5k Oct.
35k Oct.

29

20
IK

9

9

k

k

k

IK
Sale

'6k "12"

14

k

lk

9k

k

15

4

35

13 K
1

*

15

K

K
33

6k

Oct.

5

k Oct.

9

Sale

26

9

8k
k

Oct.

14k

k 4^
7

k Oct.

k
7k

7

June
Apr.
June
Apr.
Apr.
Oct.
Mar.
June
Feb.
June
Apr.
Jan.
Jan.
July
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
July
Aug.
Apr.
May
May
July
Apr.

12 k June
1 k June
20

k Oct.

24

k Oct.

26

Oct.

13

9 k Oct.

3

Mar. 14

•in June 29

5

25

lk Oct.

"k
k

2k

4

lk Sept.21
8k Sept. 8
lA& Sept. 8
2k Aug. 16

2k Oct.

3

25

k June 20

hi

1

14k

3

3 k Aug. 23
7 k Sept. 8
66 k Oct.
7

4k Oct.

Oct.

k

6

24

Sale

12k Mar.

2k

k Oct.

k

,

11
16
31
26
3
17
21
13

4k

.....*

...

Securities Allied Corp—
Non voting stock

56*

6
Sept. 16
4k Sept. 2

37

May
May
May
May
June
Apr.
Apr.

3-16
lk

Oct.

1

k Oct.

K
K

3K

Schulte Real Estate Co

see page

4

Apr.

7?s Oct.

10
7

2

1

%

....10
....100

250 Scoville Mfg Co
25
24,500 Seaboard Util Shares, com..*

117,800

9

June
4
June 20

52

66k Oct.

66k
k
4k
k
2k

106

Sale

1

lk

K

Safety Car Heating St Ltg.100

7% preferred....

7

13

1

Oct.

77

60

7,500 QRSDe Vry Corp com
*
1,180 Quaker Oats com
....*
130
6% preferred
...—...100

Schlff Co

Oct.

k June 20

Hosiery

......

St Regis Paper Co

22

11

Mills Co com
.*
1,600
*
49,300 Prudential Investors com
2,650
$6 preferred
..*
174,000 Pub Utii Hoidg without war *
13 preferred
25,900
.......
Warrants
166,300
7,200 Pyrene Mfg
10

7,925
550,700
4,290
1,400
10,200

16

k June

700 Richmond Radiator common*

1,200
300

18

18k Jan.

Feb.

4

28k Oct.

13

Mar.

55

90

6

Oct.

5

Sale

Jan.

3k Oct.

June 14

2

Sale

3k

Apr. 27

19

19

14

24
26

3k

4k

1

46 k Feb. 15
1
Mar. 28

Sale

4k

22

10

39k Oct.

75

Oct.

10

Jan.

1

4k Aug. 10
Sept. 6
Aug.
8
33
Aug.
6
7k Sept. 9

30
34

32k Oct. 19
17 k July 23
17
Aug.
3

6
20

k Oct.
10k Oct.

2k Oct.

6

7

x4k Apr.
5
Ilk Apr. 13
3k Oct. 18
14
Aug.
5
10
May 20
13k July
6

Oct.
Oct.

75
3

Oct.

Inc—

McCallum

Aug. 10
5
Aug.
5
27 k July 20
13 k July

3

19

20

k Sale
Ilk Sale

43" "47" "35~" Sale'

38

32

—

'""866

K

2

2K

2K

6,600 Rainbow Luminous Prod A.*
Class B
*
12,800

"4,200

K

10 K

10,400 Railroad Shares Corp com..*
2,600 Ry & Utility Inv Corp cl A.10

100

19
,

*

300

200

5
18
4

Oct.

4

75

90

'15" "19"

17k Oct.
3k Oct.
35k Oct.

4

6
Sale
75

25
*

""400
3,000
1,800

8

Lake
50

16
25

32

Partic conv stock

Propper

300

4

22

Oct.

22

23

Erie RR common........50

7,480 Pitts St Lake Erie RR
20,600 Pittsburgh Plate Glass
9,600 Polymet Mfg Corp com
1,100 Powdrell & Alexander
5,300 Pratt St Lambert

200

k Feb. 13
2k Jan. 13
3
Aug. 16

May
MAug.

5

Pitney Bowes Postage Meter*
Pitts Bessemer &

1,200

13 k Jan. 16
5
Sept. 3

3k Oct.

Sale

35

15
3K
2K

Pilot Radio & Tube class A_*

250

June 17

K June
2
lk May 18
k Feb. 11

26k Oct.

21

*

100 Pines Winterfront Co

100
150

k July 26

2

24

22

7%

—

2,100
105,000

4

21k Oct.

16 k

600 Pennsylvania Salt Mfg
2,725 Pepperell Mfg Co
—100
440 Pet Milk

18

% Aug. 23
3k Jan.
8
k Jan. 15
k Apr. 21
37k Mar. 8
lk Feb. 17
6k Jan.
9
105
Sept. 26
36
Jan. 15

6k Oct. 25
3k Oct. 26
k Oct. 13
lk Oct. 10

25
8
13
14

300 Perfect Circle Co—.—.....
10

12

5 k Feb. 26
3
Sept. 29
12k Aug. 23
46
Apr. 21
Ilk Sept. 6

8
Apr.
July 11

24

3k

7k Mar. 18
Sept. 6

22

33

2

k

2

lk Sept. 6
4k Jan. 19
3
Mar. 8

28

7
4

3k Oct.
k Oct.
lk Oct.

22

19]
17]
79]

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

4

*

Pennroad Corp com v t c

June

26

18
15
15
Jan. 22
Feb. 27
Feb.
3
Jan. 20
Feb.
Jan.

Jan.

1

7

32

com..*

Patterson Sargent Co

Apr. 30

2

Sept. 12

Mar. 21
Mar. 9
Mar. 21

Oct.

4

3k

10

Parker Rust-Proof com

1

2

4

Sale

26

lk
k
2k
22k

19

1

K

25 k Aug. 25
2k Jan. 19

25

iM

4M

^—*

common

June

94

1

K

29

Oct.

%

4

7

14

Feb.

31k Oct.

6k Oct.

3

7

'34k "33k "33k

eft.—

Parke Davis k Co

1

»x« May

4

»i» Jan.

-1

*

June

k Apr. 21

28k

Jan.

k Sept. 7
7 k June
7
10 k Mar. 22
2k Oct. 19

9

42k Apr. 21

Lipscomb—

800 Pender (D) Groc Co cl A

1,000
429,403

28
5

ksOct.

2K
6K

IK

10
Foreign class A...1

100 Parker Pen Co

16,000
1,325

2K Oct.
7k Oct.

10

com

Class B

Conv

2%

37

31

33

26

.*

Paramount Motors Corp

600

41", 500

"3

Pan Amer Airways new com

Parke Austin &

""ISO

._.*

pref

Class A conv

19,800

13
10

*

Overseas Securities Co

600

1,200

"7" "8k

9

Oilstocks Ltd new common..5

200 Pan Amer

100

*

Ohio Brass class B

25,200

2,100

7K

Outboard Motors cl B com..*

14,930

Oct.
Oct.

100

com

200 Pacific Finance Co

1,300

8K

*

com.

2,050 Northern Warren Corp pref.*
2,100 North & South Amer Corp A*
*
2.000 Northwest Engineering
190 Northwestern Yeast Co

"266

3k

100

Preferred

100

2K

2K

1

k

4

5

7k

18
34

7

May 31
Apr.
8
Aug. 6
July 18
July
6
July
8
May 31
July
5
Apr.
2
June
8

_

18

4k Sept. 22
Sept. 3
2k Sept. 21
™
Sept. 8
Oct. 24
3]

30

11

K Oct.

6K

2

87

17

3

Sale Prices.

Mar. 23

13

5K Oct.

6

5k

12

-.--*

shares

2
8
11
8
15
12
6
25
26

Apr. 29
May 24

IK

6

*

New founders shares

525

15k Apr.
k June
k June
lk July
Ilk Sept.
29
Aug.
K Jan.
5
May
7k July
5-16July

26
19
June
1
6 zlO
2k Jan. 19
"At July 26

N Y Shipbuilding Co

28,800
325

Highest.

Sale Prices.
1
June 16

June

100

*
1,400 New Haven Clock Co com
1
21,000 New Mexico &: Arlc Land
*
3,800 New Process Co common
2,139 N Y Auction Co common...*
700 New York Hamburg Corp..50

Sale Prices.

K Oct.

3

100 Nat Secur Invest 6% pref.100
5,700 National Service Cos com...*

100 National Tile Co common...*
3,500 Nat Union Radio new com.l

100

Bid.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.

1.

Jan.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

AGGREGATE SALES.

October.

EXCHANGE

CURB

YOEK

k

May
Sept.
Apr.
July
May

4k June
5
Aug.

15
30
29
14

11

Sept. 9
lk Sept. 9
5 k Oct. 14
20 k Sept.30
18

18

Oct.

26

Mar. 26
Oct

1

26

17
29
6
4

1

4

7
6

Jan.

26

Sept.

3

Sept.

3

July 29

29

13

1

Sept.
Aug.

sljj

Sept.
Feb.

7
25

2k Sept. 1
23 zl3k Mar. 17
1

1

Sept.21
lk Aug. 27
Sept. 2

25
26

10

24

38

8

3

28

7
2
21
16
6
:

19

Feb. 25
16
4
9k Feb.

40

Jan.

Sept. 24

Sept. 7
Apr. 25
16k Jan. 29
Jan. 26

50

Xlk

3

10

1

5

Mar. 30

Aug. 30

Aug. 29
Aug.
1

NEW

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

AGGREGATE SALES

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

2

Oct. 1.

1932.

Shares.

INDUS. MISC. (Cont.) Par
6,400 Securities Corp Gen'l com
*
11,000 Seeman Bros common
*
69,400 Segal Lock Ac Hardware com *

Bid.
10

6,100 Selberling Rubber com
Selfrldge Prov Stores, Ltd
1,800
American dep rets
£1
2,600 Selby Shoe Co com
...»
85,700 Selected Industries new
1
8,500
$5.50 prior stock new_„__25
27,800
Allotment ctfs new
41,600 Sentry Safety Control
*
1,100 Seton Leather com

"3K "~4

1,820 Sheaffer (W

A) Pen com..

»

Preferred, series \\

100 Signature Hosiery

93,000 Silica Gel Corp

Ask.
Sale

25*$

29

Bid.

«S*

24

Ask.

Bid.

25

9K

Sale

K

K

1*4
2
8*4 Sale

3*4
20 K

11
4
Sale

11

6K Oct.

5

21

K Oct.

1

IK Oct.
11*$ Oct.
IK Oct.

8
13
10

12

40
40

Oct.

21

40

Oct.

31

K Oct.
2K Oct.

6
5

h

4

20

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Oct.

5

5K

40

K

Prices.

29

22

K Sale
3K
3K

K Sale
2

Sale

K Oct.

5

29

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Ask

IK Sale

70,555 Shenandoah Corp com
♦
55,400
6% conv preference
50
7,875 Sherwin-Williams Co com..25
280

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price
Jan.

8

13

\Oct.

l*$)Oct.

1

<Oct.

21

"K Opt.
to Oct.

5
26
5

*4

17 K

3K
18

2K Oct. 28
17K Oct. 28
21K Oct. 26

IK

*

IK

K

K

K Sale

K Oct.

10

Jan.

2

Jan.

14
12

4*$ Aug. 30

*4
7*$
*$
28*$

July
June 17
June
June

57

28

June

57

¥'

i

3

Sept. 29
13

Oct.

Aug. 24
Sept. 9
Sept. 9

1

Jan.
Feb.

2
19

20

Jan.

20

5

3K Oct.
20K Oct.
25K Oct.

3*$ June 13
9K Mar. 14
75
May 25 138
Sept. 8

4
1
6

vtc__*

com v t c

29

*$ July
1K July
9
July
K June
4*$ June
20
July
90
Aug.
% Jan.
*$ Apr.

100

com

4K Mar. 30
21*$ July 27
*$ June 21
*$ June

3

2 K Oct ."

11

10
2

IK Oct.

Highest.
Sale Prices.
11
Aug. 29

K Oct.

Ps
lV>H
24

Aug. 30
Sept. 6
Jan.

6

*

Jan.
Jan.

19
18

Sept.

2

Simmons Boardman

1,700

Pub Co

conv

pref

*

13,435 Singer Mfg

100

Singer Mfg Ltd

170

Preferred
Smith (L C)

125"

118

97*$ Oct.

8 108K Oct.

£1

4,800
Am dep ret* brd reg shs
2,750 Sisto Financial Corp
42,140 Smith (A O) Corp com

1

*

7
Sale

5

•

40

3K
10
21*$ Sale

10
30

20

18

Oct.

10

3K Oct.

3*$
27 K

Oct.

5

IK Oct.

20

28

1

Oct.

4

Oct.

5

11

Apr.
8
5*$ Jan.
8
59
Jan. 14
July
May 10 109*$ Apr. 27

3K Oct.

5

27

..100

108

Jan.

2

14

Ac Corona

2,350
Typewriter v t c
10,900 Snia Viscosa Ltd
1,800 Snider Packing new.
21,200 Southern Corp com

4*4

*

1*4 July 21
1K Jan. 19
1
Aug.
3

120 lire

IK
K

*

200 Southwest Dairy Prod com.*
Spanish & General Corp Ltd

K

6,400
Am dep rets ord bearer shs.
2,300
Am dep rets ord reg shs..£1
1,600 Spiegel. MayAr Stern pref .100
500 Stahl Meyer Inc common
800 Standard Cap & Seal Corp

IK

IK

IK Oct.

IK

IK

19

IK Oct.

4

K Oct.

4

Oct.

25

25

Oct.

25

4

Oct.

13

4

Oct.

13

K

K

K

K Oct.
25

K

7K

*

•

*$ Feb.
9
K Jan. 30
July 12
4
Aug.
1
22
May 24
15

Jan.

15

2*$ Sept. 13
*$ Jan. 28

28

*$ Jan.

8

*4

Sept. 22
1*$ Jan. 22

Mar .29

1

3

6

4

K Jan.
*$ Jan.

11
11

30

Mar. 11

6
26

May 23
Aug. 29

Standard Dredging Co—

100

Common..

100

Convertible

*

1

preferred....*

1

1,000 Standard Holding Corp cl A.*
3,800 Standard Invest %SK pref

5

Sept. 13
Aug.
9
Apr. 19
June

50 Standard Screw

10 K

Sale

K

Sale

K
IK

i®

1

10
4 K
Sale

8

IK

K

3]
113

5

3

31

Oct.

31

26

5
8

K Oct.
IK Oct.

18
5

Oct.

5

5

K Mar. 23
*$ June 27
5
Apr. 22
70
Sept. 13
*$ Mar. 19
5
Aug.
5
K Jan. 23
3*$ June 27
2*$ Oct.
8
8*$ June 10
6*4 Sept. 7
1
May 23

10K Oct.
26

IK

5

K

2K

2

4%
13 K Sale

Oct.

IK Oct.
3K
9 K Sale

17

IK Oct.

2K Oct.
8K Oct.

2

8
28

2K Oct.
133$ Oct.

5

17
8
1

.

...

8,100 Taggart Corp com
34,000 Tastyeast Inc class A
82,000 Technicolor Inc common

1

IK

22

24 K

2K

22

3

2K

Sale

20 K

2*$

Sale
3

3K

Sale

•

Sale

2K Oct.

4,500 Tobacco* Allied Stocks
5,400 Tobacco Prod Exports
168,800 Tobacco Prod of Del new

*

2*$ Oct.

Trans-Lux

58,800
2,400

Plct

9

Feb.

15

4*4 Jan.
5
Sept. 8
7
Aug. 30
3*4 Sept. 9
25
Aug. 25
2
Mar. 15
18*$ Jan.
8
26
Mar.
2
24

2

4

71/
15

IK

24

Oct.

25

25

Oct.

25

Mar. 15

Sale

7K Oct.
16
Oct.

27

9K Oct.
18*$ Oct,

1

7

3

10

May 28
May 28
June 16

3

Jan.

6

7

1

May
June
May
Feb.
Oct.
June
Mar.
May

26

4

Feb.

13

16 K

3

2

10

Oct.

2

Oct.

"§*$ "3K

3K

Sale

18

Oct.

10

K Oct. 11
3*$ Oct. 24

28

Oct.

28

Oct.

21

K Oct.

22

3

Sale

16

21 *<

K

*

K Oct.

9K Oct.

iM

2

K

21

28

19K

*25~

20

*i
Sale

Oct.

21

21'

K Oct.

8

Oct.

17

12

Oct.

17

Oct.

17

11

Oct.

13

Sale

3K Oct.

13

3*$ Oct.

5

8

2*$ Oct.

'1% Sale

IK Oct.
IK Oct.
IK Oct.

11

10

2*$ Oct.
1*$ Oct.

3
20
24

6*$ Oct.
9% Oct.

10
6

7*$ Oct.
9*$ Oct.

3
6

Tobacco Secur Trust Co Ltd

3,800
Am dep rets ord reg shs..£l
2,600
Am dep rets def reg
5s
6,700 Todd Shipyards Corp
•
90,500 Transcontinental Air Transp*

5

Mar. 23

1*$ Mar. 8
Sept. 29
1*$ Oct. 17

16

Sale

*

*

300 Tenn Products Corp com
*
600 Thermoid Co 7% pref
.100

9

80

1

9*4 Sale
18 K
18 K

25

31

Oct.

Sept.13
1*$ Aug.
9
Apr. 19
15*$ Sept. 9
26
Oct. 31
1*4 Aug. 31
2*4 Aug. 22
8*$ Jan. 11

2
18

40

2

1

Oct.

K Oct.
K Oct.

26

i*

2

9

K
IK

K

it

...

500 Sullivan Machinery
7,200 Sun Investing Co com
*
.6,500
$3conv pref.
♦
200 Super Maid Corp.
282,373 Swift & Co
25
212,000 Swift International
15
6,200 Syrac Wash Mach B com...*

10*$ Oct.
Sale

26

100

common.

22,600 Starrett (The) Corp com
14,800
6% pref
.50
1,150 Stein (A)fic Co com
•
310
6^% cum pref
100
3,100 Stein Cosmetics Co com..,
500 Stetson (John B) Co com..
1,000 Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp...
*
1,400 Stromb-Carlson Tel Mfg
»
1,945 Stroock (S) Ac Co
»
70,000 Stutx Motor Car Co
♦

1

5

5K
153
2j

15

12

18
2K

10*$
3K

15
4

10

12

3K

10

,

18

1

June

*$
K
1*$
9*$
15*$
*$6
*$

18

26
4
28
13
21
31

*$ Feb. 25
5*4 Aug. 29
2

Jan.

2

15

Aug. 30
Sept. 8
1
Aug. 11
K Jan. 11

26

7 K June

12

1*$ June
7
May 17
1K June
2

2*$ Sept. 23
18*$ Mar.
2
4*$ Sept. 23

10

Oct.

17

Screen

Common
New common

*

....

IK

Sale

2K

2K

1

39,500 Tri-Continental Corp Warr__
19,400 Trl-Utllities Corp com
.*

~1K "IK
3-16

IK

IK

K June

IK Oct.
*$ May

K

*$ Jan.

2
11
4
7

3*4
2*$
2*$
*$

Sept. 8
Oct. 20
Aug. 25
Jan. 15

Triplex Safety Glass Ltd—

8,500
Am rets for ord. shs. reg£l
2,900 Trunz Pork Stores Inc..
.*

9K

11

9K

12

Tubize Chatillon Corp—

9,700
Common
2,600
Class A
11,000 Tung Sol Lamp Wks
2,400
S3 cum conv pref

5K

1

9*4

5

..»

4,700 Ungerleider Financial Corp.*
4,700 Union Amer Invest com..
*
17,400 Union Tobacco Co com

3J

5

153

24

15

K

Oct.

7

6

Oct.

5

25

12

Oct.

10

1

June

7

10

3

Oct.

10

2 K June

3

3

4

Oct.

20

28

12

15*$

11

12 K

11*$ Oct.
Jto Oct.

26
11

13

Oct.

10

*$ Oct.

4

(United Aircraft & Transp—
675|
6% pref without warr_._50
2,000.Unlted Amer Utilities com
*
300

500

55,900
•

—

~

6,600 United

Carr Fastener
United Chemicals Inc
200
Common

39

2K

com.

2K

Oct.

11

41*$ Oct.

29

3K

5

II"

12
Sale

IK Sale

11

10

K
2K

7

%
Sale

10 United N J RR & Canal Co 100

1,800 United Milk Prod com
*
650
7% Cumul preferred... 100

2K Oct.

24

2K Oct.

18

K
10

2

K

1

K
IK

11K
K
Sale

K Oct.
IK Oct.

18
26

*$ Oct.
2*$ Oct.

18
1

50

""600

400

1,650
...»

—

"2,900

United Porto Rlcan Sugar
Conv partlc pref

350

com

Preferred.

9,825 United

—

K

1

15

Preferred

1,000
1,400
2,700

Class B

•

2,200 U S Financial Holding Corp.l
5,800 U S Finishing common..
*

25,100 United States Foil class B__*
17,750 U S & Internat Sec com
*
1st preferred with warr
39,250
•
9,400 U S Lines Inc pref
*
7,075 II S Playing Card com
__10

"loo

Sale

1
m

^

„

m

mm

1,000

U S Rubber

"300
mm

mm

mm

m,

Reclaiming

300 U S Stores Corp common
200
$7 conv 1st pref...
100 Universal insurance Co

m.

6,500 Universal

Oct.

7

34*$ Oct.

26

100

Pictures

48,300 Utility Equities com
5,150
Priority Stock

For footnotes

37*4 Aug. 12
*$ Apr. 20
35
May 14
1*$ Mar. 31

41*$ Aug. 26

see page




56

June

2

K

%

....

19*$

2

1H
Sale

60

2

4

K
K
IK

K

"K'Oct"

1

*4 Apr.

9

Jan.

11

21*4 June
29
Apr.
*$ June

Oct" "3

5

2
19*$
4

1

Feb.

2
6
4
13

20

Apr. 26
1*4 Apr. 13
27
June
1

*4 Apr.

IK
4
2K Sale

4

Sale

27

2%
K
K

3K
Sale
1
28*$

j

183

l

19

12* 15*

i*

1

21* 24*
K
11K

Sale
12K

2K Oct.
3*$ Oct.
*$ Oct.
21*4 Oct.
K Oct.

26
13
10
28
26

2%
4?$
*4
27*$
K

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10
1
5
3
14

12

Oct.

15

15

Oct.

7

10

13

29

m

Oct.

13

Oct.

3

13

2*4 Apr.
Jan.

*

*$ Oct.

19

1

Oct.

6

*

3

7

4K

7

2K

3

Sale

1*$ Oct.
43

Oct.

25
28

2*$ Oct.
43

Oct.

5
28

2

10

June

10

Aug. 16
Oct.

3

*4 May 28
*4 Jan. 14
*$ Oct. 19
30
Aug. 13
1

IK

4

June

6

"1*4 Sale"

25

June

4

20

♦

2

6

*

•

Feb.

Oct.

.*

*

Mar. 16

Jan.

4

July 21
*4 Aug. 27
*$ July
8
26
July
8

26

10*$ Aug. 23

Mar

12

Apr.
3*$ Jan.

13
19

2

40

2
May 13
16*4
Aug. 27
*4
*$ May 13
5-16 Mrv 26
3*$
173
Api
12 173
1
*$ May 25

Oct.

38

100 Utah Radio Prod common..*

"3,000

Jan.

5

37 K

300 U S Radiator Corp common.*
100
7% preferred
..100
800 U S Shares Financial

m

K
2k

33

*

500
500

m

3-16

6

10

25

6,300 U S Dairy Prod class A

""700

13

1-16 Jan. 27
10*$ Aug. 23

*$ June 16

•
10

Shoe Mach com....25

2

Sept. 26
Sept. 8

10

*

32,300 United Stores Corp coin vtc_*
2,300 United Wall Paper
:
*
1,300

Mar.

Am dep rets for ord reg__£l

4,200 Unit Profit Sharing

............

22

30

13

12

May
Mar.
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.

13
10
2
30
12

Jan.

16

Feb.

10

United Molasses Co Ltd—

600

14
Aug. 29
19*$ Aug. 29
6*$ Mar.
5

2

$3 cum partlc pref
2,800
.._..*
17,800 United Dry Docks com..
*
1,016,300 United Founders Corp com.*

«■•••»

7

15*4 June 27
35

5

com

K June

7*$ Sept. 8
Aug. 29

11

16*$ July

29

..

50 Union Twist Drill Co

5

20

20

2

9

23
May 24

10*$ Oct.

6K

10
*

com

4*$ Jan.

9

1*$ Mar.
Feb.

10
2

9
2

Aug. 11
Jan. 12

6

40*4 Mar.
30
Apr.
*4 Jan.
2*$ Apr.

16
27

14,
23

60

Jan.

2

5

Apr.

9

Apr. 27
5
Sept. 6
??- Sept. 22
1 *4 Sept.
9
32 *$ Sept. 8
Aug. 16

xlH

liA

Jan.

16

Aug. 16
Oct.

3

K Apr.

11

Jan.

14

i*

Oct.

30

Aug.
6*$ Mar.
6
Sept.
*4 Aug.
4*4 Aug.

49*| Feb.

6

13
23

27
27
30
19

NEW YORK

Jan.

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

Jan. 2

21,600 Utility & Ind Corp com
Preferred..----.
21,000

800

57,425
14,500
40,600

25

1,200
3,200

.10

%

A

a

Sale

\

2A Oct.

17

Oct.

4

14% Oct.

4

13

9% Oct.

Sale

11

10

Oct.

11

3

2%

5

2%

900 Vogt Mfg Corp———.*

13
6
3
1

13
26
3
10

2% Oct.

-%

„

Oct.
% Oct.
Oct.
5
Oct.

Oct.
A Oct.
% Oct.
4% Oct.

%

Vs
As
4A

7
3

25
1

Sale Prices.

June 28

1

1% Oct.
5% Oct.

27

3% Feb. 19
11% Feb. 19

2% July 21
Sept. 15
% June 17
% May 16
3 % June
1
40
July 13
2% May 21
20

100 Wahl (The) Co common

Walker (Hiram)

500

200
600

300
75

8

9

450

1

200

—

—

% Sale
1
1%

8,100

5
Oct.
8% Oct.
% Oct.
% Oct.

Sale
Sale

5A
8A

%
%

8

5As Oct.

11
8
1
22
24

8 A Oct.

% Oct.
A Oct.
2
Oct.

2% May 28
June 30
% June 17
% July 15
2
Oct. 24

14
31
4
24

Oct.

1,200
19,600
3,100
1,300

Oct.

26

12% Oct.

7A Oct.
54% Oct.

10

10

9

Sale

11 %

Sale

10

& Stationery

22% Aug. 22

""175

14,806
87,200
500

5,700
200
400

183,800
1,900
2,100
30

50

600

23,700
570

4,200

1,300
150

$6.501st

31

57% Oct.

7

Oct.

14

May 31

49

Sept.

1

May 26
July 28
Aug.
1

15

Jan.

15

Mar.

6
8

66% Mar. 29
8
% Feb.
8% June 14
85% Feb. 16

Oct.

8

10

Oct.

8

10

50

Oct.
A Oct.

21
15

54

Oct.

22

42

Oct.

15

% Jan. 11
8% June 14
83% Apr. 11

5% Oct.
2% Oct.

15
3

5% Oct.
2A Oct.
Oct.

26

1

!g

5

2

10

12

10 %

9%

Oct.

10%

9% Oct.

10%l

12

26

7

12

20

13 A

7% Sale

5%

1%

5%
2%

10% Oct.

Feb.

7,000
112,600
2,900

Amer 8c

At Oct.

1,000
200

At Sale
A
%

2,076,900

American Superpower

85,225
21,200

1st

—

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

26 a:31% Oct.
26
5% Oct.

preferred

Oct.

4%
25%
86%
16%

Sale
Sale

5

20
27
4%
Sale
56%

27

Sale

17%

22

21%

66

Sale

Sale
57%
59%

28

% Oct.

6

22

91% Oct.

28

Oct.

11
10

7% Oct.
35% Oct.

4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

19

89

Oct.

4

10

22

Oct.
Oct.

4
11

11

21

Oct.

7

4

10

Oct.

10
11

79

2%

Sale

2A

%

Sale
Sale

100

""25
200

28

Oct.

5

9

15

37
90

Oct.

15

Oct.

28

77

Oct.
Oct.

17

12% Oct.
% Oct.

15

Oct.
3% Oct.
2% Oct.
16% Oct.
At Oct.

3
5
3
7
6

9%
20 %

9%
Sale

1% Oct.

%

Am dep rets

Sale

"""io

A

h

T,766

1%

1%

7%

A

1

"2A "2% ~~2%

8

14

15%

13%

*
1
—- — *
*

Class A new

7,000

$4 preferred

125

$6 preferred

175

_ —

$7 Preferred

Sale

~2%

13%

15

13%

% Oct.
% Oct.
2A Oct.

26

25
11

11

28

2,300

20

130

13% OCt.

500

$7

38,166
10

75

75

434,300 Central States Electric com *
450
7% preferred
100
540
6% pref with warrants..100
1,375
6% pref without warr.-lOO
Conv preferred
400
100
Conv pref opt ser 1929.. 100
350
900

Warrants

50

Service $6

75

4,800
3,800

200

900

Cities Serv

%
1%

Sale

1
Sale

1

%

t7

Sale

1,125

27,855

75,700

"i',966

8

59

Oct.

5

12

JuDe

Apr.

Oct.

5

35

Oct.

4*
76

"Oct"

11

% Oct.
% Oct.
% Oct.

17
11

1
1

29

1

Oct.
Oct.

11

"""466

preferred

50

"I % "Oct" "27

Class B v t c




p^tre

56

1

18% Oct.

4

14

Sale

Sale

4

Sale

3

a2% Oct.

11

21% Oct.
12% Oct.
18
Oct.

1%

4
6
15

Oct.

4

1

8*
13

2LMjiOct.
19

Oct.

Jan. 29
Jan. 15
29% Feb. 25
Sept. 6
Sept. 23
Aug. 30

465H
li ' Aug.

May
Aug.

30

Sept. 12
25% Sept. 10
2% Aug. 30

40

May

4

14
20

dK

July
Sept.
May

3% Aug.
4% May

12%Oct.

Oct.

6% Sept. 9
19% Jan. 13
12% Sept. 8

June

9

% June
82
20

23

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3
26
26

83% Oct.

Sale

29

Of

oref

100

19

83% Oct.

Oct.

14

June 28

50

Oct.
Oct.

11

May 31
June
3

56

20

Oct.

19
8

Oct.

8 29
29 104

27% Oct.
Oct.

43% July

26

*84% Oct.

30

3

23

103

28

5

19

35

92% Apr. 21 104

99

116

Sale

1%

1%

%

A Sale
1

%

Sale

Oct.

10

75% Oct.

Oct.

10

% Oct.

1

Oct.

24

Oct.

1

65

60% Oct.

10

Oct.

5

1

Oct.

28

1% Oct.

18

59

Oct.

25

Oct.

25

Sale

72

Sale

70

Sale

40

May 31 108% Sept.
May 27

60

9

122

At Jure 14
7
Aug. 16
% May 27

64% Sale

"ili "4"

1%

67%
2

63

67

Mar. 15

37

59

Aug. 18

37% June
93

1%

8

May 27
Jan. 14

25

49% July

37
98
64

3

19
15
Aug. 26
Oct.
8

Jan.
Jan.

60

100

Hispano Amer
(Chade)
50 Conn Lt 8c Pow 6H% pref.100
79,600 Con Gas E L 8t P Bait com..*
206l
Preferred class A.......100
9,800 Consol Gas Utilities class A.*

see

3% Jan.

Oct.

Electricidad

1,725 ConflGAF

Mar.

June

Light—

Warrants
964,100
600 Community P 8c L $6 1st pf.
8,954 Community Water Service.

For footnotes

Apr. 29
65% Mfar. 1
31
Aug. 26
94% Jan. 11
Feb.
2
75
Jan. 18
4

100

Mar.

18% Oct.

pref..*
*

5% Conv preferred

200

Feb.

Jan.

20

5

Sept. 10
8
Feb.
3
80
81% Mar. 18
Jan. 14
16

2% Sept.

June

83

Oct.

87% Oct.

Companla

"4", 900

Oc*.

At June
At May

Sept.
Sept.

*

preferred

Pr 6t Lt $6

75
6% 1st preferred
100
100
159,445 Commonwealth Edison
Commonwealth 8c Sou Corp..

25

31

...

Columbus Ry Pow 8c

4,100

Oct.

1

"l% "Oct"

6% preferred.
100
Columbia Gas 8c Elec Corp—

760

5
5
28

31

Sept.

20,000 Cleveland Elec Ilium com...*

90

Oct.
% Oct.
2% Oct.

Mar. 9
Mar. 23
13% Mar. 7
23% Aug. 23
88
Sept. 7

20 100
31 112

June 24

71

70

Central Vermont Public

300

19

35

Oct.

87%

*
*

preferred
preferred—I

At Aug. 12
16
Aug. 15
52% Feb. 16
11% Jan.
4

25% Aug.

Utll com.*

$7 Prior lien

1
4

10% Oct.
22% Oct.
87
Oct.

59

Oct.

35

*

,

Cent & Southwest

500

68% July
98
May
7
May
15% May

13% Oct.

24

59

100 Cent Pow 8c Lt 7% pref—100
22,500 Cent Pub Serv of Del com—*
A

5% Aug. 16
Jan.
8

12% May 25
Feb. 24
1
July 15

7

6

59

Aug. 16

1-32 Mar. 29

7

2

8

19

.

% June 28
% July 15
6

Oct.

2

21

7% Oct.
20% Oct.
85% Oct.

Sale

6% preferred
100
30 Cent 111 Pub Serv $6 pref...*
30 Central Ind Power 7% preflOO
30 Central Maine Pow 7% pf.100

Class

Sept.

June 10
June 21

100

10
22

Am dep rets

114,400
1,900

10

6

41% Sept. 7
91% Aug. 29
24% Aug. 26
26
Jan.
5
4% Sept. 8
10% Aug. 29
72% Aug, 29
48
Sept.
1
93% Sept. 22
% Jan.
8
At Jan.
4
87% Jan. 12
7
Feb. 23

82% July 23
% Apr. 29
1-16 Jan.
4
50
July 30

90% Oct.

10

89% Oct.

"l% "2A

150

2,200
1,900

Jan.

51

A ord sh
£1
B ord sh
£1
Am dep rets pref sh
£1
60 Carolina Pow 8c Lt $6 pref..*
500
$7 preferred
*
*
8,900 Cent Hud G 8c Evtc

"'16

27

7

1

26

19

11

6

1

11

26

1% Apr.

7

2

Jan.

1

% Jan.
4% Jan.
92
Sept.

2% Feb.

Oct.
Oct.

2

19
16
27
16

60

1-16

Sale

85

1% Apr.
6
14% June
2
July
6
10
May 31
17
June
2

4

5-16 Sale

4%

21
18

39% Aug. 22
8% Sept. 8

60

90

Jan.
Jan.

93

6% Oct.

57

4

19% July
1% July
% May
% Mar.
1
Aug.
72% May
27
Jan.

5
1
4

4% Oct.

21
4

4

4A

Sale

6%

,

% Oct.

51% July
7
June 30

% Oct.

70

3

5

3

*

Co of Canada
100
Bell Tel of Pa 6%% pref..100
Brazilian Tr Lt 8c Pr ord.
Buff Nlag 8c East Pow pref.25
$5 1st preferred..
*

10,100
23,300
4,800

8

47

43

28

Cables 8c Wireless—

1,800
1,500

6
25

28%
3%
%
%

Bell Telep

305,307
31,500
7,600

Oct.

25

2

*

54

Preferred

Oct.

65

29

35% Oct.
Oct.

3%
3%

160 Appalachian El Pow $7 pref.
252,100 Appalachian Gas com
*
Warrants
4,200
780 Arkansas Pow 8c Lt $7 pref—*
...*
24,400 Assoc Gas 8c Elec, com
Class A
*
516,000
1,580
$5 preferred
*
Warrants
141,000
300 Assoc Telep Co $1.50 pref—*
275 Associated Tel 8c Tel cl A.„*
34,200 Associated Telep Utilities.

3,650

7%
Sale

7
34 %

Sale

18 %
19

25

& Trac com

Sale
Sale

83

^

6% preferred
25
2,400 Amer States Pub Serv cl A..*

650

14,500

3h
36%

8c Elec com..

rAft

Amer Light

75

Oct.
Oct.

90

%
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

4

Sale
At Sale
%
As

5 5A

1

Foreign Power warr..

«•£> f a r

4

70
65

Par

preferred———*
Tel N J pref...100

American Gas

% Oct.

8

10% Oct. 18
4
Mar. 9
Feb
6

9
6

Mar.

17

10% Mar. 30

2

7A Jan>

18

Feb.

20

10

4

At Oct.

Products rights.

10% Mar. 9
2% Jan. 16

4% July 27
% June 24
May 18
5
June 15

15
3

47

575 Amer Dist
50 Amer Elec Power *6 pref—.*

285,100
1,416,300

6

10

20

15

•
2,836 Ala Power Co $7 pref—
16 preferred
*
1,880
Amer Cities Power 8c Lt Corp
Conv class A new
--25
6,200
Class B new
1
153,400
62,745 Amer Commonwealth Pow cIA
Class B
———-*
58,950
150

31
2

Jan.

1

16

PUBLIC UTILITIES

50

8% Oct.
% Jan.

4% June 18
5% July 26
41% July 28

37

36

--*
common..*
pref.-.100
West Virginia Coal 6c Coke.*
100 West Va Pulp 8c Paper com..*
75
6% preferred
.100

Amer Home

8% Aug. 31

6
4
Sept. 2
36% Jan.
6
12% Oct.
5
15
Mar. 8
57% Oct. 14

24

RIGHTS

740

18% Aug. 30
3
Aug. 27

8

31% June

Westvaco Chlorine

13,700

13,700

6

22% Aug. 22

1A

2

•
3,000 Williams (R C) 8c Co.
*
8,300 Wil-low Cafeteries com
Convertible preferred....*
1,750
*
3,700 Wilson Jones Co com
Woolworth (F W) Ltd—
Am dep rets ord shares..5s
187,100
Amer dep rets 6% pref—£1
200
30 Youngstown Sheet 8c Tube pf

100

200
50

5%
8%
Sale
GA
VA

5%

common v t c
600
300 Westfield Mfg Co

2,275
1,800

;

m

% June 24
8% Apr.
9

—100

7% 1st pref
Western Tablet

_

10% Feb- 19
% Apr.
9
11% Jan. 15
4% Mar. 18

May 28

9-16 Jan.

Maryland Ry—

Western

50

12

-*

$6 pref series A

50

100

11
2%
14

9%
A
2%

13%

Gooderham

6c Worts new common-...
18,300
New pref-.—-*
12,200
10,300 Watson (Jno Warren) Co—*
*
3,600 Wayne Pump Co com
Convertible preferred
1,000
*
8,750 Welch Grape Juice
5,700 Western Air Express Corp. .10
1,400 Western Auto Supply com A *
3,175 Western Cartridge 6% pref-.
Western Dairy Products—

2,400
1,800
1,000

2% Jan.
7
5% Sept. 28
40
July 13
5
Feb. 27

Warrants

900

_

3

10%

10
2%

9%
1%
13 %

11%
4%
11

9%

2,700 Waitt & Bond Inc class A—*
Class B
*
4,300
...
37,200 Walgreen Co com

Y.566

2

Jan.

2

June

9

7

34% Sept.

% Apr.

4

1,900 Wagner Electric Co com—15

"200

Highest.

Prices.

Sale

Sal* Prices.

3% Oct.

100

10 Virginian Ry com v t c

""200

Sale
Sale
Sale

VA
4%

1

3%

Lowest.

Highest,

Lowest.

Sales Prices.
1
Oct. 22

25

-_25

7% pref

Vlck Financial Corp com.

%

.

2

Sale
8%

1%
1%
3%

550 Van Camp Milk 7% pref—100
Van Camp Pack com
*

25

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

Ask.
2%
5%

A

2%
8%

*

5%

Ask.

Bid

(Concl.) Par

INDUS. MISC.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.

1.

Shares.

1,200

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

AGGREGATE SALES.

October.

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

46

2

June 29

% Aug.
3
% Apr. 20
40% May 31

1
Aug. 23
Aug. 23
2% Aug. 10

Mar. 15
99% Jan. 12
69% Sept. 8
99
Sept. 8
3% Aug. 25
% Apr. 20
76
Jan. 16

NEW

YORK

CURB

EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES

PRICES
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan.

1932.
PUBLIC UTIL.

Par

(Con.)

6,700 Duke Power Co
17,700

Bid.

Oct. 1.

Ask.

6% preferred..

425

Prior preferred

734

9

2*4

2%

834

_*
*

•

8% preferred

634

6 5*

234

25*

Oct.

Sale Prices

14

65* Oct.

595* Oct.
8

60

Oct.

31

3

Oct.

Oct.

1

53*

2034 Sale
354 Sale

Sale

Sale

234 Oct.

July

4

Oct.

Sale

12

43* Oct.

68

Jan.

June 24

65

Aug. 29

4

2634 Oct.

4

10
55* Oct.
14 180
Oct.

21

1

6
54 June 27
1734 Jan. 18 313*
534 July 27 30
6
27
1634 July
134 May 25
554
135
May 28 195

24

Sale

19

Oct.

10

353* Oct.

4

5

60

61

46

48

45

Oct.

14

60

4

19

4934

51

40

Sale

40

Oct.

26

505* Oct.

4

17

Sale

163* Oct.
334 Oct.

29

24

Oct.

3

27

53* Oct.

5

18
14

Oct.

10
24

1934 Oct.

40

Sale
Sale

20

1634 June 22
634 June 27 45
134 May 31
734
8
July 20 21
6
May 31
4654
7
May 31
5234
8
8 *38
May
1034 June 22 22
18
754 May 27
Jan.
5
54
May 31
43*
34 Apr. 26
54

56

4 3*

534

'"53* ""6"

4

17

Sale

10

15

Oct.

17

22

H

X

a

%
234 "2

2X

Sale

3

warrants

10

22

Oct.

3

23

Oct.

4

c

1

Oct.

11

18

Oct.

10

Oct.

10

10

Oct.

10

205* Oct.

1

3*

234 Oct.
34 Oct.

234

34 Sale

5,700 Florida Power 8c Lt $7 pref..*

r

10

15

10

Oct.

Oct.

16

17

..

Oct.

18

34

Sale

323* Oct.

36

26

Oct.

June

2

May 25

13

25

July

13

29

Sept. 3
Sept. 1
Sept. 3
Sept. 3
Aug. 29
Mar.

7

48

Aug. 29
Aug. 27
5934 Aug. 25
67

iH

25* Oct.
34 Oct.
24

14

8?* Mar. 16

3334 Sale
54 34
45 3*

Prices

7334 Jan.

234 June 17
3034 June 28

13

2634 Oct.

1703* Oct.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

48

43*

100

6% preferred
100
634% preferred..
100
Empire Pow Corp part stk
•
Empire Pub Serv class A
*
European Elec Co of Can A.10
Option

48

53

101,800
Option warrants
1,425 Empire Dist Elec 6% pref. 100
9,000 Empire G 8c F 7% pref..
100

350

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

100

150,400
06 preferred
05 preferred
65,748
13,025 Elec Pow & Lt 2d pref A

8,510
2,500
30,500
37,633

Ask

100

...

380 Edison Elec Ilium (Boston) 100
5,933,800 Elec Bond & Share new com.5

325

RANQE SINCE JAN. 1.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

53

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc..*

77,900 Eastern States Pr com B
*
$7 preferred A___
1,175
,.*
$6 preferred B
1,775
_...._.*
8,610 Eastern Util Associates..
♦
Convertible stock
•
20,000

5,200

Bid.

.100

875

IN OCTOBER.

Price
Jan. 2

1.

Shares.

47

Mar.

9

Aug.
Aug.
Jan.
Mar.

30
30
17
29

Jan.

15

July 28
Mar.

3

Aug. 30
Sept. 8
Aug. 30

13

795* Jan.

Gen Gas & Elec—

$6 cum conv pref ser B
15,200
*
1,460 General Pub Serv $6 pref...*
2,755 Georgia Power $6 pref
*

14

Sale

64

Sale

32

41,300 Hamilton Gas Co com v t c.l
525,Hartford Electric Light....25

45

25 Illinois Nor Util 6% pref..100
7,100'Illinols P & L $6 pref
*

532

6% preferred

...100

Indianapolis Pow
375
6>*% cum pref
2,650 Int Hydro-El $3.50
100

10

1634 Oct.
4134 Oct.

6
1

Oct.

31

69

Oct.

4

47

50

60

Oct.

64

Jan.

50

82

.....

1234 Oct.
32

4134 Sale
6854

75 Gulf States Util $5.50 pref..*
$6 preferred
250
*

Oct.

8

50

Oct.

8

49

Aug. 22

3* Oct.

3

316 Oct.

3

50

34

1
57

3*

34

/

3* Sale

334 July 14
1034 May 31
May 31
14

36

June 28

40

45

315-4

33

43

55

30

46

335* Oct.
4134 Oct.

29 3:413* Oct.
7
10 4134 Oct. 10

15

65

50

24

21

June

23

June

6

8c Lt
....100
conv

Class A stock purch

65

27,700 Internat Superp new com._l
11,800 Internat Util class A
131,100
Class B
New class B
$7 prior preferred

634 Sale
154 Sale

153* Sale
7 54
9
234
25*

1

150

13

Feb.

18
21

54

Aug. 25

653* Jan.
1

27

Jan.

555* Jan.
9334 Mar. 8
6354 Mar. 10
615* Mar. 22

Oct.

15

Oct.

24

3*6
1434
54
3*

Apr.
July
May
June
Oct.
May
May
June
June
July

Aug. 11
14
5
14
31
30
26
3
7
2
28
15

5*
525*
43*
134

57

pref.*

May 28

755* Apr. 29

12 34 June

warr..

300

Jan.
Jan.

34 May 11

9334 Mar.
4834 Sale

25
50
82

1234
634

Sale
8

12

Oct.

7

Oct.

10

1 Oct.
134 Oct.

17
26

n

13

153*
75*
234
134

Oct.
Oct.

1
7

Oct.
Oct.

5
27

»

"134 ~~ix

3*
434
234
54
134
31

11,000
Warrants for class B stock.
2,380 Interstate Power $7 pref
•
75,300 Italian Superpower cl A....
7,300
Warrants

34

Sale

3* Oct.

17

Oct.

26

134 Oct.
34 Oct.

22

134 Sale
34
X

234

234
13*

1

134
34

15*
Sale

34 Oct.

3

Oct.

26

10

23* Oct.

31

1

3
3

22

Oct.

475 Jersey Cent P & L 7% pf_.100

75

Aug. 24

275*
3*
155*
1034
334
154

Aug.
Apr.
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Oct.
Apr.
Sept.
Jan.
Aug.
Aug.

51

25
5
10
24
24
27
7
2
18
30

29

Kings County Lighting
25

7% pref series

75

5% preferred series D...100

B .......100

32,100 Long Island Light
3,710
7% preferred
2,050

6% preferred

*

com

100

88

100

series B ..100

13 34
823*

17
8934

72

19;
931

76

1254
1434
8234 Sale
72

Marconi Internat Marine—
3,600
Communication Am dep rci
298,900 Marconi Wirel Tel of Can
1
Marconi Wirel Tel Ltd
Am

$2

534
6
34 Sale

com

with

15*

10,500

$6 pref series C
Middle West Util com

$6

conv

400

A

B

warrants

6

IX

1

Sale

534 Oct.
134 Oct.

13* Sale

4

4

1

334

234
5

434

...._*

334
65

5 5*

Sale

4

33* Sale

Sale

pref ser A

»

35

234 Oct.
243* Oct.
334 Oct.

34s Sale

54

35

35

Oct.

5
18

34 Apr. 15
Aug.
8
3*« Mar. 7
3*# Mar. 7
72
Sept. 20

2

*

70

7
13

Oct.

11

55

June

2

95

Jan.

Oct.

7

48

June 25

86

Aug. 23

Oct.

29

3034 Oct.
463* Oct.

20

5'

5

6434 Oct.

27

75

Oct.

3

9

40

52

Sale

5034 Sale

17

15

Oct.

17

8.200 Philadelphia Co
For footnotes cee page 56.




Jan.

25
70

Apr. 29
Apr. 28

12

June

Oct.

8

Oct.

25

96

Oct.

98

Oct.

4

47

Oct.

47

Oct.

11

7534 June
33
July
65
July
66
May
28
July

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

14

98

June

29

29

Aug.
July
June
July
July
July

53

Oct.

3

96

50X
5834
11034 111

114

Sale

115

163* Sale
134
13*
334
43*

1434 Sale
5*
1
234
3

11334
223*
1434
5*
25*
34

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

"50" Oct"'25

.11434
223*
173*
134
33*
/16

4
5
6
14

34

X

3*

13*

34

13*

5* Oct.

10

5* Oct.

734
54
154
3*

15

Jan.

16

60
92
100
55

Sept. 29
Sept. 28
Jan.
Mar.

21

5

11534 Sept. 16
36
Sept. 8
20

Aug.
134 Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.

33

27
10
31
26
8
Aug. 31

2
70

Jan.

5

ilM

Aug.

Aug. 30
27

38

June

46

803* Jan.

905*

Sale

68

51

60

95

9434 Jan.

19
14
14

19

60

Oct.

8

60

Oct.

8

39

72

63

July
July

Oct.

26

72

Oct.

26

46

June

6034 Oct.

75

6

6034 Oct.

6

83

Jan.

8034 Feb.

88

Jan.

6034 Oct.
6
85
Sept. 26

85

Mar. 15

85

Sept. 26

4

96

Jan.

234 June 10

11

Sept.

87

25

Sale

2354

2454

24

2454

235* Oct.
2154 Oct.
8954 Oct.

1034 Oct.

*

_*

595* Jan.
115

34 July

10

15 2434 Oct.
7
215#Oct.
5 8954 Oct.

534

7

'45" "5134

734

934

65*

535*

Sale"

503*

9

65* Oct.

7

June

L

18

18

8

2654 Jan.

14
23
Jan.
5
9334 Mar. 3
97
Jan. 12
3
Mar.
3
135* Mar. 2
1434 Apr. 12
87
May 16

7

1034 Oet.

7

10

73* Oct.
9634 Oct.
535* Oct.

7

8134 June 23
9554 Sept. 22
134 Feb.
9
7
' May 19
1434 Apr. 12
71
July
434 June

4
1

65

June

35

June

8
Sept. 12
9934 Jan. 15
5834 Sept. 3

6

June

17

95

Sale

Jan.

195* July

100

com

50

Oct.

May

5

3,260 Pa Gas 8c Elec class A..
*
2,050 Pa Power Be Light $7 pref...*
21,840 Pa Water 8c Power....
*

6
14
6
22

15

48

108

*
com

Feb.

50

100

*

7% preferred

Jan.

15

2

68

150 Pacific Pow & Lt 7% pref. 100
First preferred
100 Peninsula Telep Co

9

Feb.

345* Mar.
Oct.

300 Oklahoma Gas 8c Elec preflOO
800 Okla Nat Gas 634% pref..100

2,300

8034 Sept.

134 May

100

com

1034 Jan.

June

35
14

200 Ohio Edison Co $6 pref
♦
10 Ohio Power Co 6% pref...100

400 Pacific Pub Ser

153* Jan.
8
18
Jan. 19
8
•3434 Sept. 3
463* Oct.
5 463* Oct.
5
88
May 23 105" Apr.
2
20 3* June

33

58,220 Pacific Gas 8c Elec 1st pf__25
534% 1st preferred
.2,100
25
500 Pacific Ltg Corp $6 pref
*

30

88
80

15

*

100

14

13
17
15
20
25

7

30

new

175 Norlnd Pub Ser 6% pref.. 100
450
7% preferred
100
20,700 Nor States Power com A.. 100

Jan.

34 June 30

6534 Sale

450 N Y Water Serv 6% pref
100
261,267 Niagara Hud Pow newcoml5
Class A opt warrant new
37,533
Class B option warrant
6,000
Class C warrants new
7,500
1,100 Nor Amer Lt & Pr com
225
$6 preferred
5,000 Nor Amer Util Sec com

Aug. 18

Oct.

463* Oct.

100

»

7

Oct" ~ 28

2234

17,380 New Eng Pow Assn 6% pfd 100

100

80

5134 Jan.
34 Feb.
34 Mar.
72
Sept.
825* Jan.

30

16

7% preferred
...100
20 Nev-Calif Elec common
100
75
7% preferred
100

1,375
7% preferred
15,700 N Y Steam Corp com
11,675 N Y Teleo 634% pref

June 29

Mar. 26

354 Aug. 30
Aug. 25
53* Jan. 14

85
80

760

850 New Engl Telep 8c Teleg.,100
100 New Orleans Pub Serv pfd._
975 N Y Pr & Lt $6 pref

June 28

1

1034 Sale

preferred

28

10

3
18

Oct.

19

134 Feb. 13
23* Sept. 9
21

19

80

Jan.

53* Jan. 11
234 Sept. 8

Mar. 26

Oct.

7

100

8.600 Nat Elec Power class A

7% preferred
6% pref

86

19 100

34 Oct.

17

..100

Nat Power 8c Light—
40,850
$6 cum preferred
*
5,000 Nat Public Service com cl A_*

7,500
1,060

Mar. 10
Mar. 11

13* May 31
1434 June
2
154 Juiy
1

Oct.

2

Lt Ht & Pow com.

conv

Jan.

8

8 101
5

July

434 June 24
34 May 25

.......

Monongahela West Penn
Pub Service
7% pref

$3.50

45

234 Oct.
243* Oct.
334 Oct.

5
7

54 Oct.

34

Sale

10 Mountain Sts Pow
7% pf__100
120 Mountain Sts Tel & Tel..100

200

2054 Sept.

134 Feb. 13
23* Sept. 9

58

8c Hud Pow 1st pref.*
2nd preferred..
*

4,900 Montreal

29

334

5,275 Mohawk

550

11

12 34 Oct.
50
July

21

•

25 Minn P & L 7% pref
40 Miss River Power pref
425

26

534 Oct.
15* Oct.

22

warrants

300

18

7234 Oct.

6

Oct.

..*

23,500
v t c
•
8,725
5% conv preferred
__50
23,000 Memphis Nat Gas com
•
Metropolitan Edison Co—

570,100

85

Jan.

6234 Apr.

warr..

Preferred..'

Mass Util Associates

3,250

1334 Oct.

31

97

22

£1

dep rets ord bearer shs

100 Mass P & L

100

29

26

July

100

50 Los Angeles G 8c E 6% pf_.100

200

1234 Oct.
8234 Oct.
7234 Oct.

Jan.

59

Sale
Sale

97

Oct.

8

50

Oct.

10

Jan.

7

NEW YORK

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Price
Jan. 2

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid

Ask.

Did.

PUBLIC UTIL. (Concl.) Par
Shares.
500 Pliila Elec Co $5 pref
50 Phila Traction Co com—-.50

Lowest.

Com $100 par stock

250

60

"50

800 Southeast Gas & Water

Oct.

Sou Calif Edison

500

32 ',20

2,200
2,800

Preferred B

10*4 Oct.
Oct.

10

20

400
100

1,100

650

24

Sale

26*4 Oct.
22*4 Oct.

Sale

29

Oct.

13

23

20

21*4 Sale

21X Sale

100

800

12,800
6,600
200
25

21",500
100

26*4 Oct.
23*4 Oct.
21*4 Oct.

17
55

11

12

16

1

Oct.
94 Oct.
8*4 Oct.
11
Oct.
40
Oct.

10

12X

85

29

28

Sale
90

23

*4 Oct.
Oct.

18

4

11 113*4 Oct.
3
60
Oct.
27

80*'
100%

19

*4 Oct.
10*4 Oct.

18

18

11

Oct.

18

17

55

Oct.

4

Oct.

26

38

17

100

2,000
11,500
1,100
700
900
300
100

May 26
Sept. 8
May 16
3
25*4 Aug

3,060

300

3,200
61,600
1,200
1,215,100
178,900

9,000
50

102,200

5,400

6,266
21,166

100

750
40

New

3*4

3

Sale
Sale

6*4 Sale
Sale
1*4 Sale

28

Oct.

10
29

2

Sale

X
X
5*4 Sale
5*4
14
19*4 Sale
1
I Sale

IX
6X Sale
7
12*4
28*4
30
IX
IX

494
4*4
294
3*4
4094
1*4
6*4
21*4
2894
1*4
*4
45*4

1

26*4 Oct.
94 Oct.
4*4 Oct.

"2*4 Sale"
28

1

39 *4

26

2*4 Oct.
294 Oct.

3*4

40

50

10

8

20

Oct.

14

17*4
*4
*4
45*4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

27
11

1351 Sale

5

29*4

6

3

May 26

4

June

3

May 24
May 26
July 29

3
14

June

9

July

6

13

28

4

21
13

June

1

Oct.

5

July

5

14

2

Oct.

10

3

6

21

6

Sale

29

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

7

28

35

4

M

m

».

-

-

78

7

Sale

24*4
77 X

7
30
45

2694

6*4 Oct.

100
100

300

4X
44*4
8*4
8

6*4

45*4
8*4
894

27 X

41X

5X

7
29*4

27*4 Oct.

44*4
7*4
8X
7*4
8*4
2*4 Sale
6X
8
3*4
4*4

41

7

7*4 Sale

1§ T
4 *4

'60" "70"

23

206,300
29,100

14,700

4,800

9

8

Sale

12

27
14 X
13 X

J

5

67 X

78

Cosden Oil Co common

17
26 X
73 X

5*4
13*4

*\\

5*

4

6*4
14*4

13*4

32

31

36

Sale

500

2,400
13,300

1

8,900
7,200
171,800
385,900

15

13
17

24

27

30

85

"7X "if

Sale
11*4 Sale

Jan.

Creole Petroleum Corp

22

8094
.1*4

87

10

17

2*4

83*4
1*4
10

88
2*4
17

com

X

We
2*4 Sale
Sale

2

4X

Oct.

8

43

June

7

9

Oct.
Oct.

4

794 Oct.
7*4 Oct.

4

June

2
10

10

894
4*4
8*4
3*4
4*4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3

May 31

2*4
6*4
394
4*4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1,100
100

500

7,500

Petrol

Petroleum

25c

*

4%

X
X

9*4
Sale
X

IX Sale

"x ""x

294

3

4*4

We
2*4
2

2*1 Sale
494

78

2*4
Sale

4*4 Sale

8*4
9*4
*4 Sale
94
1

2

IX

•
*

IX Sale
IX Sale

July

11

35

14

June

4

June 28

13
7

May 12
Jan.

20

13

2*4 Oct.
4*4 Oct.
12*4 Oct.

28

6*4 Oct.

5

Oct.

28

25

5

Oct.

24

Oct.

25

19

1394 Oct.

3

Jan.

Oct.

11

31

Oct.

11

June

18

27

Apr.

8

6

June

2

10

23*4 Oct.
1294 Otc.
15
Oct.

.Feb.,18
25*4 Sept. 6
15*4 Mar. 8

28

24

Oct.

6

83

Oct.

13

July
8
Apr. 14
July 20
I June 16
I Feb. 15

19
Jan. 12
30*4 Aug. 10
87
Aug. 18
2
Apr. 22
15
Jan. 12

19*4 Oct.

8

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10

11

82*4 Oct.

10

Oil Refining

3,300
147,300 Lone Star Gas.
409,800 Magdalena Syndicate

We
294
294
4*4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
.

13

Oct.

94 Oct.
94 Oct.

24

Oct.

26

Oct.

20

1*4 Oct.
1*4 Oct.
1*4 Oct.

26

*4

a

1*4
194
1*4

1*4
Sale
2

1

Sale

194

"1*4 ""2"

2*4

2*4

4

5*4
2

Sale

'294 Sale'

1*4

3*4
1*4

394
2

*

Sale

Sale

33

X
OX

5*4
3-16
Sale

394
5
3*4
394
We
*4
10*4 Sale

X

5-16

26 X

29*4

.5

4$

3

31

2*4

3*4
2*4

"9*4 ~I6"

2*4
94
3*4
1*4

20

7

13

28

294
*4
4*4
1*4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct,

3*4
2*4
We
994

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

194
194
1*4
1*4
2*4

8

Feb.

10

18

16*4 Aug. 11

5

37

10
26

13
10

»
*

^8*^ Sale
Sale

*4
194
8

*4

3
Sale

56.

V

2

4

6*4

7

94
*4
2*4
6*4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5
1
26
7
13

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

June

1

394
3*4
We
10*4

Oct.
Oct.

7
7

Oct.

*4 May 26
Jan. 26
X May 26
*4 May 26
1*4 Oct. 18
6*4 Aug. 29
194 Jan.
6
*4 Apr.
6
194 Jan.
June

4

10*4 June 10
June lo

23

13

Oct.

3*1

Sept. 8
594 Aug. 29
94 July 29
I
July 26

2*4 Aug. 29
2
Aug. 23
2*4 Sept. 8

294 Sept.

3

Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.

29
19
25
29

8

6*4
3*4
94
7*4

3
8

Oct.
Oct.

13
7
18
1

Jan.
8

28

June 10
Aug. 30

Jan. 14
May
5
June
1
Apr.
8

6Jan.

2

7

3
Aug. 25
24*4 Feb. 29
4494 Sept. 6
<*»'«>

94 June 17
2*4 May 25

1094
94
*4
*4
394

6

94 Apr.

394 Aug. 29

994 Mar. 9
94 July 29
1 *4 Aug. 25

1

1

Oct.

*4 Oct.
x Oct.
17

8
31
28
11
5
31

X Jan.
X June

33

*

4

Jan.
May
May
July
Mar.
May

94 Oct.
1*4 Oct.

1

18

X
94
X
1*4
X
*4
7

X
2*4
1*4
4*4

794

11,600 Klrby Petroleum




10
7

*

34,000 Leonard Oil Development..25

For footnotes 3ee page

25

1

7*4
94
94

2

*

com

Registered

Lion

31

Oct.

8

*

stock

Intercontinental

300

30

2

_*

25

Non-voflna class A.
B

Jan. 27
8*4 May 10
Mar. 3
55
Sept. 6
10*4 Sept. 8
10*4 Sept. 8
7*4 Feb. 18
10*4 Feb. 19
6
Sept. 6
5
Sept. 7
79
Aug. 25
10
Sept. 2
9
Sept. 29

6

Aug. 24

22

Crown Cent Petrol Corp

Class

90

June

15

15
23

13

Pref ctfs of deposit.....100

inrernnt

35

7

38

Aug. 11
Jan. 18
Mar. 4

7

8

27*4 Oct.

Indian Terr I Hum Oil Co

4,700

78

4

7

31

23

12

Sale
36

29

21

.....100

.........

14,400

6

June

Apr.

Certificates of deposit

Preferred

11,100 Derby Oil 8c Ref
Preferred
2,050
256,900 Gulf Oil of Pa

300

25

July

75

69

Sale
Sale
19

..10

12,900 Darby Petrol Corp

400

Feb.
2
Aug.
2
Sept. 19
Mar. 22

90

Jan.

Oct.

79

6

5

*

Vot trust ctfs

Consol Royalty Oil..

100

-

it*

Oct.

7

10

76*4 Oct.

Columbia Oil & Gasoline—

87,900
10,200
26,100
16,800
2,600

4,300
2,500

20

25*4 Oct.

22

Oct.

6X
26
85

28

25"

27
95

50

Coupon stock (bearer)
5,100
38,700 Carlb Syndicate com
27,000 Colon Oil Corp common

300

25*4

85

*

com

British-American Oil Co

~4",300

22

STOCKS.

Preferred

1,000

7
34

7594

26*1

6

9

6
31

100
.25
25

5% pref
7% preferred

200 Atlantic Lobos Oil

-

400

27

14

Oct.

5394 Jan. 16
Aug. 26
Aug. 23
Jan. 22
85
Jan. 16
100
Sept. 8
Aug. 29
61*4 Jan. 14
35*4 Sept. 7

OIL

2

OIL

29

21*1

66
June 23
21*4 July 28
1
May 24
78
Mar. 22

com

OTHER

2

14

100

85

.100

6

1

Mar. 10

Oct.
Oct.

Sale
10

2

2*4 Sale
7*4
10

2

June

1

Apr.
July
July
Apr.
Juiy

33

2*4 Sale

June

1

29*4 Oct.

20
14

Sept. 8
Sept. 8
394 Feb. 19
Aug. 29
Jan. 12
1*4 Aug. 30
9*4 Aug. 17

1

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

98

95

111,900 American Maracalbo....... 1
*
38,100 Arkansas Nat Gas com.,
281,900 / Class A
*
Preferred..
10
30,100

5,400
2,100
29,400
3,900

19
15
Jan.
8
Sept. 2
June 27

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 10 106*4 Mar. 10
Oct.

4

Sale
4 X Sale
2% Sale
3
Sale

100

1,666 Swan-Finch Oil Corp
300

32

93
8 101*4
60
June
6 70
6*4 June 22
6*4

4X

Sale

394

Southern Pipe Line..
10
South Penn Oil
25
So West Pa Pine Lines
50
Standard Oil (Ind)
25
Standard Oil (Kentucky)..10
Standard Oil (Nebraska)
25
Standard Oil (Ohio) com..25

400

1
Apr. 20

June

18

70

6

Feb. 23
May 13

101*4 Jan.

West Massachusetts Cos...

2,400

May 16
June 22

6*
20*

5

28*4 Oct.

7%,pref_100

7% preferred

June 27

27 X June 14
May 10
8
Apr.
9
Apr.

3

19

Oct.

25

26

25 X

15
8
Apr.
June 10

Jan.

2

21

33*4 Oct.

2,250 Borne Scrymser Co........25
8,180 Buckeye Pipe Line
50
4,250 Chesebrough Mfg
25
266 Cumberland Pipe Line
50
700
Liquidation receipts certifs
3,650 Eureka Pipe Line..
..100
66,560 Humble Oil & Refining....25
209,800 Imperial Oil (Canada)
_*
17,100
Registered
*
11,300 Indiana Pipe Line...
10
17,400 National Transit
12.50
15,000 New York Transit
7,860 Northern Pipe Line
..._10
51,600 Ohio Oil 6% pref
100
6,100 Penn Mex Fuel
25

250

Mar. 17

94 Mar. 14
194 Mar; 14
2794 Jan. 14
25
Jan. 14
2294 Jan. 14
44*4 Mar. 22
15
Jan.
4
94 Sept. 6
L09
Oct. 18
2*4 Mar. 14
115
Mar. 14
70
Jan.
6
94 Jan. 13
20
Jan.12
20
Jan.12
70
Aug. 25
1*4 Apr.
8
394 Aug. 29
54*4 Mar. 8

4

4
Aug.
May 25

2

600 Winnipeg Elec Co corn20 Wisconsin P & L 7% pref.100

500

15

56

17*4 June

175 West Texas Utll $6 pref

250

Jan.

80

1794 June

4
21

Oct.

4

60

X
10 x

X

X
8X
8X

We

1
21
21
70

94
19

pref.100

FORMER
STANDARD
SUBSIDIARIES

20

24*4 Aug. 31
82
Aug. 31
10*4 Mar. 11

20*4 Sept.

2lH

18 109

Oct.

109*4 Oct.

Participating A

200 Western Power pref

14

21

11

4

21

X Oct.

3*4
110*4 115

*

Preferred

1,750

300

4

Jan.

May 31
7
May 13

Standard Pub Serv v t c com

6,750

650

11

1*4

...

7% pref.100
Sou'west G & E 7% pref__100
Southwest Gas Utilities
*
Standard Power & Lt com..*
Class B common
*

40 Union El Lt & Pr

62,000
6,600
10,700
33,100

Oct.

4

X Sale
109

23,900 Union Gas of Canada ......*
102,400 United Corp warrants
4,100 United Elec Serv Amer shs—
._.*
861,000 United Gas com
$7 preferred
*
195,700
Warrants
200,700
666,800 United Lt & Power com A...*
Common class B..
.*
5,600
$6 conv 1st pref
*
180,200
145,000 U S Elec Pow com with warr_*
Stock purchase warrants
2,500
2,200 Utah Power & Light pref..
80 Utlca Gas & Elec 7% pf
100
*
306,227 Utll Pow & Light com...
Class B v t c
*
18,300

1,600
5,500

Apr.

Mar. 17

40

4

3

18
X Sale

15

26,900 Tampa Electric Co
*
350 Tenn Elec Power 7% pref.100
25 Texas Pow & Lt 7% pref..100
20 Toledo Edison 7% pref A. .100
300 Trl-State Tel & Tel 6% pf._10

1,600

6
5
1
Mar. 2
Feb. 10
Feb.

June

56

Sale

10

Jan.
Feb.

660*

15*4 Oct.
Oct.

*4 Aug.
26 94

Southw Bell Tel

Swiss-American Elec

Feb.

22'

.Sept. 20

50

74

1

74

30 Sou New Eng Telephone..100

300

26

Sale

74

pref A....25
25

800

"600

Aug. 26
July
5
Apr.
2

21

5)4% prefclassC
25
5% cum partic orlg pref..25
700
2,000 Southern Colo Pow cl A...25
32,700 Southern Nat Gas Co com..

6,300
1,550
2,200
23,200
10,200
10,000
7,750
4,600
30,200
12,850

'31

com

Southern Union Gas

27 99
16*4
5
2 60*4
64
10
7 120
26 113
18 104
26 99
6 58
18 55*4

4
July 26
1694 May 17
July 14
8
9*4 Feb.

7

Oct.

31 £78

10*4

10

25,300

"ioo

10*4 Oct.

21

OX Oct.
£78

Sale

x78

Class A

2,100

17

21

14

14,900 Shawinlgan Water & Power.*
270 Sierra Pacific Elec 6% pf__100
50 Sioux City G & E 7% pref. 100

20

Oct.

45*4 Oct.

29

6
28

Seaboard Pub Serv $6 pref.

2,300

7

Oct.

44

11

July
16*4 July
60*4 Apr.
64
Feb.
27
July
76*4 Mar.
67
Apr.
73*4 Mar.
27*4 Oct.
31
July

22

15

*

125 Quebec Power Co, com

27*4 Oct.
Oct.

42

Sale

42

3,495 Railway & Light Securities
2,000 Rhode laid Pub Serv pref..
150 Rochester G & E 6% pf D.100
5,600 Rockland Light & Power..10

150

Sale Prices.

100

300
6% preferred
100
200
7% preferred
100
1,420 Puget Sound P & L $6 pf...
$5 preferred
1,760

60

Highest.

Sale Prices.

42X Oct.

Public Service of Nor 111

2,750

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

90

20 Power Corp of Can common.*
10 Public Serv of Ind pref—.100

100

Highest.

Sale Prices-

0 t. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

AGGREGATE SALES.
In
October.

CURB EXCHANGE

YOEK

NEW

48

tY

.

>

5
Sept. 10
4*4 Jan. 15
3/f6:Sept. 1
12*4 Sept. 8
II
Sept. 3
1
Aug.
2
94 July 26
3*4 Aug. 24
11
Sept. 6
*4 Sept. 1

NEW

YOEK

AGGREGATE SALES
In

Shares

Jan.

Price
Jan. 2

1.

1932.

Shares

OTHER OIL STOCKS (Concl)

4,400 Margay Oil
12,000 Mexico-Ohio Oil Co
11,200 Michigan Gas & Oil Corp

""300
500

*

Bid.

Bid

Lowest.

Art

As*

Bid

9X

6

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

IX

IX

IX

IX
X

°/\
X

2

Sale

Oct.

20

IX Oct.

14

1,800
4,100

Class A vot trust ctfs
18,800
Class B rot trust ctfs..
13,800
138,500 Mo-Kansas Pipe Line...
Class B v t c.»...
8,000

j."

X Oct.

19

*

47,500 Mountain

4,300

900

1,200
700

3X

3X Oct.

12X
X

12 X
X

11X Oct.
X Oct.

2

•

12H
IX
X

5

1

37,600 Pacific Western Oil Corp..."
15,900 Pantepec Oil of Venezuela._•

1

IX
x>

1

H
X

10

6

Oct.

26

X Oct.

25

4X Oct.

3X Oct.

3

X Mar. 17
2X Apr. 12

X Mar. 17
4X Aug. 24

12%
X
IX
X

31

Xe

4X Sale
X
h

28

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1X Aug.
9
X Aug. 11
2X Jan. 11
% Jan. 15

25

3

Oct.

X Oct.

28

Xe Oct.

6

Xe Oct.

6

Oct.

25

2

X Aug. 23
IX Aug.
9
Jan.

9

June 23

3

28

14 X Aug. 29

29

June

Xe Juno

Oct.

X Oct.

2

Jan.

Jan.

8

3
6
5

X Oct.

X

14

X Apr. 25
X Jan. 28
X Apr.
"
*ie Jan.

Producers Corp. 10

Jan.

6
7
10

Sale

....

668

3X

/is

Sale Prices
8
Aug. 29
3X Sept. 2

X Oct.
X Oct.
X Oct.

1

74,600 National Fuel Gas
16,000 New Bradford Oil
5,868 North Cent Texas Oil
52,000 North European Oil com

200

X
X

Sale

2X Oct. 18
IX Oct.><4 3

X Oct. G8
X Oct. 27

Sale
Sale

Sale

3% Sale

'1

1

500 Mountain & Gulf Oil Co

2,900

y\

Highest.

3X Jan. 22
IX June 23
X Jan.
2

9X

IX

i

2

IK

7X

X
X

2X

*

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Middle States Petroleum—

900

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

October.

49

EXCHANGE

CURB

8

Sept. 28
Aug. 10

8

Xe June 24

Petroleum Corp of Amer—

100

120

Stock purchase warrants..
2,700
111,400 Plymouth Oil..
••
21,800 Producers Royalty Corp....l
2,350 Pure Oil Co 6% pref
100

100
500

21,000 Reiter-Foster Oil Corp
•
4,600 Richfield Oil of Calif pref. .25

"ioo

1,450

Red Bank Oil Co

X
6X
34

Sale
Sale
56 X

Sale

7,300

Prior

3,000

T,306
4,700

l",806
600

400

1.000

4X Oct.

10

X
X
4X

IX
X
4X

X Oct.
4X Oct.

4

21

Xe

3X
Xe

3X
"

3X Oct.
Xe Oct.

19
21

7X
lix

6X
9X

7X
10X

Oct.

6

9X Oct.

10

3X

K

1!*

10

62,300 Venezuelan Petroleum.
4,800 Woodley Petroleum Corp..
41,900 "Y" Oil 8c Gas Co
MINING

19

X Aug. 29
12 X Sept.

6
X Jan.
4
60X Sept. 12
1

Xe June 9
X June 28

1

X
X
5X

IX
X
5X
4

7-16

3X
X

aSH

Sale

7X
10X

7

Oct.

6

Feb.

24

IX
7X
X
IX
X
5X
IX

Aug.
Sept.
Jan.
July
Aug.
Sept.
Mar.
July
July
Feb.
Sept.
Sept.
Jan.
Sept.
Sept.
June

19
26

29
6
27
28
11
1

5

X Oct.
5X Oct.
Oct.

6

Xe Oct.

15

7X Oct.
10X Oct.

5
18

4

Sale

5

1

X*

2*

IX

8

"

X

e

Sale

2

K

X6 Oct.

13

Oct.

7

Oct.

10

X Oct.

8

Oct.

13

X Oct.

3

10

Oct.

2

X

X

IX
IX
X
X
X
2X

2

Sept.
Apr.
Jan.
June
Jan.
June

1

7

1

,

175

Oct.

X Oct.
X Oct.

IX
6X

6

100 Universal Consol Oil.

i",666

59

X Oct.
X Oct.

X

X

pref

to
6,600 Salt Creek Consol Oil
1«
46,900 Salt Creek Producers
500 Shreveport El Dorado—-.25
11,800 Southland Royalty Conew.*
5
59,500 Sunra.v Oil.
2,000 Swiss Oil Corp
5
*
28,100 Texon Oil 8c Land Co.
8,600 Union Oil Associates......25

16
20
18
20

X June 23

K

K

100 Royalty Corp partic pref—10
4,500 Ryan Con6o! Petroleum
*

200

56

♦

200 Root Refining Co common.-*

"500

X Aug.
Apr.
Xe June
40
July
6

Mar. 18

3X June 25
X
X
4X
7X
X
X
IX
X

Feb. 10
Feb.
4
May 12
July
8
Jan.
2
June
8
Jan.
7
Feb. 20

May 20
X Jan.
6

5

X
X

108

13X
X
%
2X
X

27
21
26
8
12
5
30
4
6
9
2
9
1
11

STOCKS

10
7,450 Bunker Hill Ac Sullivan
2,075
Voting trust certificates 10

23 X

17X

24
20

18

Oct.

22

4

11

15 X May
15
May

32X Aug. 30
20
Apr.
2

Bwana M'kubwa Cop Min—

1,200

9,000

American shares

5s

500 Chief Consol Mining...

~2~, 300
1,100

804 Consol Min & Smelt Ltd

""loo
2,300
2,700

""200

~4~, 100
800

1,100
10,800

K
K

)

25,600 Comstock Tun 8c Drainage ..1
59,300 Consol Copper Mines
5
25

2,100 Copper Range Co

37,600
83.400
2,400
20,300
25,100
47,800
43,500
20,000
162,500

K
Sale

X

%

Mexicans

Sale

50c

Eagle Plcher Lead Co..

20

Evans Wallower Lead....
Falcon Lead Mines

•

X Oct.

7
11

Xe Oct.
1

Oct.

Oct.

13

3

Oct.

%

Xe Oct.
X Oct.

1

5
7

3

K
4X
X

X

Xe

Xe Sale
X
Xe

X

X

l4.

3

X

Xe Oct.

8

Xe Oct.

X Oct.

29

Xe Oct.

X

Hecla Mining Co

25c

3X
4%
3%

3

*

4
4X
3%

4X
2X

3X
4X
Sale

3

Oct.

22

4X Oct.
2X Oct.

8
26

22

XeOct.

28,860 Lake Shore Mines Ltd

....1

4,300 Mining Corp of Can..

*

26 X Oct.
IX Oct.

29

900

10.776 Mohawk Mining............25

12X Oct.

22

4

1,900
40,900
4,200

20,600
8,300
700
15.100

1,500
300

"l'.OOO
16,200

17*. 500
300

3,100
500

4,000
10,800
2,000
2,100

48,800
169,700
2,700
30,900
321,400
7,300
297,300
48,500
17,300
135,900
19,800

New Jersey Zinc

....25

22

Sale

32

New Mont Mining Coro

10

10

Sale

N Y 8c Hond Rosarlo M

10

13 X

18 X
10

Nipiasinfi Mines..

U

5

Ohio Copper Co......
Pacific Tin special stock
Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd

1

192,800

1

X

IX
Sale

32

Sale

13

X Sale

9X
X
X

13

IX
Xe

6X

3X

3X

Utah Apex Mining Co

50c

7X

~~7X

2X

6X

Oct.

10

19

19

Oct.

1

Oct.

13

Oct.

10

Oct.

8

8

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

10

18

7
22

26

3
19
3

Oct.

22

Oct.

15

Xe Oct.
IX Oct.
IX Oct.

3

X Oct.

Sale

2X Oct.

3

26

IX Oct.

26

X Oct.

24

IX Oct.

3

1
20

3X
X
X
Xe
X
21X
X
9X
14X
4X
10
X

28

10

"2X

1-16 Sale

Sale

X Oct.

1

Oct.

28

3

4X Oct,

10

Oct.

5

Xe Oct.

4

7

*ie

IX
2X
X
3X

July
June
May
June
June
May
June
Apr.
June
Apr.
May
Oct.
July
Jan.
Feb.
May
May
May

_

16
29
10
16
2
19

2
14

27
19
5
4
25
12
13
31

*ie Jan.

2
X June 11

IX Oct. 26
Apr.
8
Xe June 23
*ie Mar. 28
Xe Jan. 15
2X May 31
X Oct. 17
IX Apr.
8
*ie Mar.
1
2

IX Sale

3X

4X

"X ""I"

3X

X Sale

"4

Sale

...5

2X

3X
X

X

Walker Mining..
.1
Wenden Copper Mining....1

27.200 Wrlght-Hargreaves Ltd
*
13.100 Yukon Gold Co............5

10

11X Oct. 10

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3X Sale
X Sale
6X
6X

Sale

3

Tonopah Mining
United Verde Extension.

Oct.

30

27X
IX
12X
32X

%
X
4X
3X
X
6X

9

8

2X Sale

IX

Hughes

1

13

3X

5
100 Silver King Coalition.......5
6,800 So Amer Gold 8c Plat
5
101,900 Standard Silver Lead
1
3,600 Sylvanlte Gold Mines Ltd—1
Teck

1

34 X
Sale

10

Xe Oct.

..*

Premier Gold Mining
.1
Roan Antelope C Mines Ltd
St Anthony Gold Mining..

13 X

Sale

IX

a

...1

Shattuck Denn Mining.
New capital stock..
300

235,900
1,800
56,100
6,305
6,800

24

1

26 X

7
19

3X
X

"2X "3"
Sale

X

IX

.8

Sale

>16

2X
X

2X

Sale
2X
Sale

2X
X
2X
X
X
Xe
2%
X

X Oct.
3X
X
3X
X
X
X
2X
X

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.
Oct
Oct.
Oct.
Oct..
Oct.
Oct.
Oct..

52 X

.

Aug. 25
X Jan.
2
X Jan. 19
IX Aug. 29
89
Sept. 6
1

3% Aug. 30
X July 20
X Aug. 11
5X Feb.
6

13
25

2

10

900 Kirkland Lake G M Ltd

100

X Apr.
*ie Jan.

3X Oct.
4X Oct.
3X Oct.

Xe Oct.

Hollinger Consol G M

"3",200
1,700

8

he Jan.

X

10

Hud Bay Min 8c Smelt

25

June 29

...1

Goldfield Consol Mines...

"2",300

13,200

Xe Oct.
Xe Oct.

6

800 Iron Cap Copper
7,100 Kerr Lake Mines Ltd

900

X May 26
X Aug.
1
X June 10
29
May 19
IX Apr. 12
X Jan.
5
*ie Apr. 28

65

50

..25

Mining

19

»ie Feb.

Gresson Consol G M 8c M_.
Cusl

Oct.

Xe Oct.
X Oct.

X

X

Xe Sale
1
IX

*ie Apr.

*ie Jan.

6

IX Apr. 15
*ie May

% Jan.
Xe Oct.
5X Jan.

X Sept.

3
25
11
14

J an.

25

j 5

Sept.
X Feb.
Xe Sept.
Xe Mar.
27X Oct.
IX Aug.
18X Feb.
35X Sept.
28 X Sept.
14X Mar.
IX Sept.
X Sept.
5

7
5
6
7
18
12
17
9
6
21
8
7
28

8

Oct.

4X
%
8X
Xe

Oct. 10
Sept. 2

Aug. 30
Jan. 23
Sept. 1
IX Oct. 26
2
Apr.
8
1
IX Oct.
X Jan. 26
X July 21
9
4X Mar.
9
X Jan.
3

8
4X Jan.
IX Sept. 9
3
X Feb.
4
X Feb.
I
2X Sept. 12
X Mar. 8

BONDS

10.000 Abbott's Dairies 4s

42,000
155,000
34,000
51.000
89,000
44,000
5,000
160,000
29,000

1942

42,000 Advance Bag & Paper 6s A '52
2,155,000 Alabama Power 4H*.
1967
1st 8c ref 5s.
319,000
...1956
491,000
682,000
429,000

5s..

82 X

Sale

Sale
91X Sale

Sale

1,000

24,000
105.000

l,70i;,000

Amer Gas & Elec deb 5s

.

1,598,,000

5s

88 X Oct.
Oct.

28

94

Oct. 'I81

Oct.

.

27

5

11

69

Oct.

4

Sale

94X Oct.

20

81

69

Oct.

20

98 X Oct.
72 X Oct.

1

Sale

5

45

27

Oct.

17

40

Oct.

17

2X Oct.

17

4

Oct.

1

2

Oct.

6

3

Oct.

13

Sale

8

Oct.

3

9

Oct.

14

58

Sale

58

Oct.

1

65

Oct.

24

36
86 X

Sale

Sale

28

Oct.

21

Sale

36X Oct.
86X Oct.

1
1

Sale

82X Oct.
31X Oct.

13

40

24

40

Oct.

1

8X

Sale

29 X
84

July

74
84
75-

71

Sale

19.V>

.1953

20

Oct.

95

Sale

.2028

833 ,000 Amer Gas & Power 6s

4

95X Oct.

June 27

78

40

11

Amer Elec Pow deb 6s... 1957

6,526,,000

74,000
173,000

13

94X Apr.
8
50X Oct. 10
70
May 26

Sale

98

Sale

402 ,000
Deb 5X«
1953
240 ,000 Am Community Pow 5X> 1953
407,,000 Amer & Continental 5s..1943

338.000

5

a72X Sale

96 X

62.000 Amer Aggregates 6s A...1943
955 ,000 Amer Commons Pow 6s. 194®

22

4

64

Sale

16,000 Alabama Water Serv 5s A. 1957

39,000
7,000
29,000

Oct.

Oct.

83 X Oct.
95
Oct.

90

97

.......1951

2,743,000 Aluminum Co s f deb 5s.. 1952
194N
814,000 Aluminum Ltd 5s

10
29

84 X Oct

1946

1st & ief 5s

Oct.

91

76 X

196>-

..

1st 5s

76

50X Oct.
82

53

1

June 28
June 29

July 11
May
6
July
6
Apr. 20

96 X Apr.
52 X Oct.

4

84X Jan.
96X Jan.

15
6

91

Jan.

22
12
22
23
9
28

40

Jan.

11

Jan.

41

Jan.

27

70

18

July

5

35

Sale

33 X

Sale

28 X

Sale

26

Oct.

27

34X Oct.

5

11X July

76X

Sale

69 X

Sale

62 X

Sale

61X Oct.

14

69X Oct.

1

38

95

Oct.

10

96

Oct.

7

79

50

58

Oct.

27

9

99X Jan.
95X Mar.
75
Aug.
99X Aug.
76
Sept.

IX May 16
X Apr. 23
2X May 19

62 X May 26
13 X July 25

4

8

8

Jan.

2

19

Jan.

25

Sept.
46
Aug.
88X Mar.
47
Aug.
37X Jan.

8
23
29
23
22

American Power 8c Light

412.000

44,000
150.000

186,000
16.000

7,000
81,000

6s without warrants..2016
7,821,,000
639,,000 Amer Radiator deb 4 Hs..1947

Amer Rolling Mills.
Deb s f 5s
2,745,,000

May 28
July
5

82X Jan. 14
96
Sept. 30

,_.

..1948

1,655,,000

434% notes
476,,000 Amer Seating 6s.
53,,000 Amer Solv 8c Chem 6s
15,,000
634* without warrants.
17, 000 Amer Thread 5 Ms.

2,355, ,000 Appalachian El Pr 5s

68 X

Sale

1936

Oct.

25

68X Oct.
32X Oct.

11

11

4

5

30

70X Oct.

3

46

Oct.

14

17

May
4
Apr. 30
July
5

47

15

1933
1936

Jan.

22 X July

95X Oct.
94X Oct.

15
1

15X Apr. 19
Sept. 9
72 X May 28

10

Oct.

24

10

Oct.

24

83X Oct.

36

1936
1938
1956

86

Salo

90X

Sale

5X Sale
5X Sale

Sale

95X Oct.
90X Oct.

6X
6X

Sale
Sale

5X Oct.
5X Oct.

94 X

11

7

94

Appalachian Gas Corp--

125,000

77,000
10,000
38.000

167,000
15,000

Conv deb 6s
1945
1,463,,000
Conv deb 6s series B...1945
1,224,,000
316, 000 Appalachian Power 6s...2024
5s
1941
362, 000
1956
2,324, 000 Arkansas Pr 8c Lt 5s

110, 000 Arnold Print Works 6s
Assoc Dyeing

20, 000

331,000

68 with

&

see

page

56




Sale

80

I02X Sale'

Sale

88

Sale

86 X

Sale

1941

3
4

Oct.

25

102X Oct.
83X Oct.

73

53

18

88X Oct.

3
4
3

Oct.

10

58

Oct.

19

Oct.

21

46X Oct.

3

15 103X Oct.

Printing—

warrants

4,242. 000 Associated Elec 4Hs

For footnotes

8

1938

1953

—

...

1

45%

Sale

41

-Sale

67

Mar.

76

Mar. 10
Feb. 29

7

14
22X Feb. 19
95X Sept. 12
94X Oct.
1

Juiy 28
X Apr. 28

1C

June

2

90

20 X Mar.
4
17 X June 27

25

2

Jan.

2d

13X Jan. 28
Sept. 13
96 X Apr. 30 103X Oct.
4
67 X May 31
91X Sept. 9
39
Aug. 22 65
Sept. 15
54

67

Jan.

19
Aug. 23

PRICES IN

AGGREGATE SALES
NEW YORK
Jan.

October.

Jan. 2

72,000
1,000
1,000,000
14,000
336,000
1,000
1,324,000
2,000
17,00.0
687,000

14,778,

Assoc Gas & Elec

5*^,8 inv

35,000

3,904,000
5,850,000
817,000

2,000
155,000

Sale

25"" Sale"

35"

Sale

234

Sale"

24

Sale

1949

Sale

45

Sale

334

Sale

......1950

39

Sale

26

Sale

Conv deb 5s

Highest.

Sale Prices.
11
22 4 Oct.

254 Oct.
214 Oct.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

304 Oct.
254 Oct.

4

94 July

20

20

8

Oct.

11

254 Oct.
94 July

214 Oct.

1949
54»......1977

10,913, 000
783,000
546,000
123,000

Sale

37

24M

234 Sale

44® C registered

1,686! 000

150,000
1,000
14,000
236,000
393,000
21,000
2,000

Sale

1938

series C

000

394

254

1968
1938

ctfs.....

54» inv certlfs reg

17,441 000

264 Sale

196K

5s registered...

70 000

884, 000
80, 000

Ask.

Sale Prices.

Lotoest.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

1948
1948

4>$s

44® registered
5s

000

Ask.

Bid.

B* >NDS—Continued.

719, 000
3, 000

Oct. 1.

1932.

1.

$

S

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

OCTOBER.

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

EXCHANGE

CURB

YOEK

NEW

50

284 Sale
254 Sale

10

26

Oct.

,14

Oct.

10

19

7

274 Oct.
204 Oct.

7

264 Oct.

20

204
184
a224
274
214

Oct.

7
11
29

30

15

Oct.

8

11

444 Oct.

38

Oct.

15

Oct.

3

Assoc

84 4 Oct.
29 4 Oct.

19
24

38

19

Oct.

38

94

1965
Assoc
1955
Assoc Tel Ctil 5^8... ...1944
2-year 6% secured notes.'33
Atlantic City Gas 5s
.1960
Atlas Plywood SHi-..1943
Telep Go Ltd 5s
Tel & Tel 5 48 A

673
52J

Sale

Sale

354
254

Sale
Sale

304
204

Sale
Sale

Sale

<z39

Mar. 11

33

Jan.

51

Aug. 23
Aug. 23

27
43

49

2

10
74

Oct.

4

14

26

254 Oct.

1

12

July
July

Oct.

Oct.

6

464 Sept 26

July 23

10

15

Aug. 23
Sept. 28
Aug. 23

45

15
15

.June

19

854 Oct.

Sale

39

Rayon Corp 5s....1950

Aug. 23
Feb.
6

35

94 July
94 July

5

294 Oct.

Assoc Simmons Hard 4 ^s 1933

Assoc

28
46

29 a224 Oct.
35
Oct.
25

Oct.

Aug. 23
Mar. 28

45

134 July
9
July
124 July
94 June 28

Oct.
Oct.

15

Mar. 15

37
88

June 25

2

77

6
16
16
Feb. 10

28

94

Oct.

28

384 Oct.

27

5
11

29

48

Oct.

3

25

June

Oct.

28

94

Oct.

Oct.

11

384 Oct.

28
27

94

374 Oct.

29

Aug.

28

784 Oct.

4

45

July

Feb.

54

4

Oct.

Jan.

72

Jan.

14

Baldwin Locomotive Works

26,000

54 % notes

691,000

1,000

252,000

s94

854

Sale

85

Sale

271,000
66,000
7,000
33,000
50,000

1,972,000

1,063,000

5s

5,000

14,000

2,000
48,000
61,000
27,000
7,000

21", 600
34,000

B

June

1

96

Sale
984
984

Sale
Sale

1960

series C

984
97 4
974

Sale
Sale
Sale

286,000 Birmingham Gas 5s

64

1959

Sale

544 Sale

Birmingham Water Works
54% series A
1954
5s series C

Blackstone Valley
5s series A
50,000

226,000
31,000
2,000
429,000
398,000
483,000
19,000

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
744 Oct.

984
974
974
874

96

28

Oct.

84

21

31

24

834 Jan.
834 Jan.
75
Apr.

1004 Oct.

8

90

Oct.

14

28

80

Oct.

6

65

June

5

64

Oct.

1

39

July

4

904 Oct.

4

84

Aug.
June

80

1957

G & E—

5s series B

1952

103

3 1004 Oct.
7
994 Oct.

1004 Oct.
994 Oct.

1939

registered

1951

..1939

Boston Consol Gas 5s

1034

Sale

44 4

1947

Boston Sc Maine RR 6s

Sale

1933

Broad River Power 5s A..1954

Brooklyn Boro Gas 5s A..1967

1,066,000 Brooklyn Union Gas 5s B 1957
1956
140,000 Buffalo Gen Elec 5s
1st & ret 58
....1939
277,000

1054

Sale

Apr. 19
964 Feb. 29
101
Oct. 18
1004 Oct. 21
1004 Oct. 24
91 lA Sept. 14
814 Mar. 8
754 Jan. 25

Jan.

18

31 1004 Oct.

Oct.

53

5s
5s

28

Oct.

31 101

60

404 June
90
July

904 Oct.

98,000 Binghamton L H & P 5s..1946
342,000 Birmingham Elec 44*
1968

21,000

1,000
1,000

ser

Aug. 11

93

1942

1957

1st M 5s

2,000

72

1933

...

Bates Valve Bag 6s

Without stock pur warr.
17,000
129,000 Beacon Oil 6s with warr. 1936
2,275,000 Bell Tel of Canada 5s... .1955

1024 Oct.
1024 Oct.
1004 Oct.
42
Oct.
1004 Oct.

3

7

92

Oct.

14

100

1024 Oct.

1004 Oct. ,3
100
Sept. 21

11 1004 Oct.

July
Apr.
Apr.

11

June

1004 Oct. 11
1004 Aug. 10
1044 Aug. 22

June

3

80

17

1044 Oct.
1054 Oct.

1034 Oct.
1044 Oct.

14

Oct.

103

1024 Oct. 24
4
1034 Oct.
1004 Sept. 3

29

24

Sept. 20

384 July
924 Apr.
98
July
984 Feb.

24

7 103 4 Oct.
7 1004 Oct.
11
47 4 Oct.

94

4

904 Oct.
85

1024 Oct.

14 103

Oct.

4
2

Oct.

24

754 Oct.

Mar.

101

Mar. 24

68

3

1054

Burmeister Sc. Wain Co of

16,000

3,000

25", 000
67,000
"

i",66o
947,000
7,000
11,000
213,000
25,000
20,000

42,000
48,000
22,000
,

1,000
270,000
71,000
100,000
31,000
21,000
59,000
31,000
39,000
238,000
569,000
77,000
284,000
425,000

233",665

36,000

6,000 Calif-Oregon Pow 6s B..1942
16,000 Canada Cement 54«
201,000 Canada Nor Power 5s

73

984

Sale

Sale

70

Oct.

3

90
60

June

103

Oct.

3

June

25

15

54

Oct.

15

94

July
Apr.

984
754
1024
774
954
984

Feb.

754 Oct.

31

Oct.

10 103

69

Oct.

28

1004 Oct.

Sale

754 Oct.

Sale

1953

2,393,000 Carolina Pr 8c Lt 5s
1956
1,102,000 Caterpillar Tractor 5a
1935
20,001) Cedar Rap Mfg & Pow 5s_1953
346,000 Cent Arizona L & P 5fi—.1960
105,000 Central German Pow 6s__1934
50,000 Cent Illinois Light 5s.-1943
I,000
5s registered
1943
2,020,000 Cent 111 Pub Serv 44* F.1967
307,000
5s series E
1956
5s Series G
1968
362,000
44* series H
1981
162,000 Cent Maine Pow 44* E..1957
233,000
5s series D
1955
147,000 Cent Ohio Lt & Pr 5s A..1950
558,000 Central Power 5s ser D..1957

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

554 Sale

954 Oct.
944 Oct.
a754 Oct.
75
Oct.
644 Oct.
914 Oct.
954 Oct.
864 Oct.
54

Oct.

1014 Oct.
1014 Oct.

22
17

28
14

76

Oct.

19

944 Oct.
614 July

10

75

Oct.

10

64

28

764 Oct.
914 Oct.

4

56

6 102

Oct.

17

5

76

27
6

954 Oct.
724 June

11

30^

June

98

June

Oct.

70

Sale

654

Sale

76

724 Oct.

15

Sale

Oct.

8

894

Sale'

Oct.

5

Oct.

28

Oct.

1

Oct.

28

Oct.

3

Oct.

28

1014 Oct.
53

J

Oct.

80

July
794 May

21

Sept. .8
28
17
Sept. 22
Oct. 19

Jan.

Apr. 22
864 Aug. 23
92
Sept. 13
Oct. 27
98
94
Aug. 25
65
Aug. 30
1024 Oct. 11
1014 Oct. 28
Aug. 23
79
824 Sept. 9
Jan.
7
85
Aug. 25
79

June

Oct.

65

Sale
Sale
704 Sale
664 Sale

4

Jan.

Oct.

98
92

75

Sale

79

65
7
11 1024
28 1014
70
6

21
27

774

70

une

92

Oct.

10

Oct.

11

Oct.

1

55
74

June

88

"954 Sale

Sale

794
764
694
894

May

894

Oct.

94

Oct.

10

96

Oct.

27

83

June

96

Oct.

61

929,000

Central Pow & Lt 5s
1956
Cent Pub Serv deb 54«_.1949
548 without warranta.1949
Cent States Elec 5s.._.__1948
5 4s with warrants...1954
54s without warrants. 1954
Cent States Pr 8c Lt 5 48.1953

654
914
88

85

Oct.

954 Oct]
984 Oct.

26

734 Jan.
98

1,507,000 Canadian Pacific Ry 68-1942

2,761,000
9,794,000
465,000
4,060,000
6,454,000
7,000
2,258,000

594 July

Oct.

1947

1953
940,000 Canadian Nat Rys 7s
1935
315,000
20-year guar 44*
1951
24,000 Can Nat Steamships 5s..1955
140,000 Capital Admin 5a A
258,000
Without warrant

3

69
102

Sale

69

Copenhagen 15-yr 6s..1940

Oct.

14

67

Oct.

18

54

July

78

Sept.

Oct.

514 May

78

Aug. 26

June

76

70
65

74

Sale

70

Oct.

20

74

624
204

Sale
Sale

694
104

Sale
Sale

62

Oct.

10

"74 Sale

27
4

9

Oct.

Sale
Sale

48

Sale

39

Sale
Sale

64 Oct.
64 Oct.

694 Oct.
104 Oct.

33

a37

Oct.

24

48

Oct.

494

Sale

414 Sale

fl38

Oct.

26

624 July
57
July

494 Oct.

7

364

42

June

18

20

May
Aug.
July

80

37

49

Oct.

Sale

40 4

Sale

37

Oct.

13

90

Oct.

24

904 Oct.

Sale

76

Sale

74

Oct.

27

804 Oct.

42

Sale

49

804

464

Sale

2

Aug. 20
274 Jan. 14
20
Aug. 25
564 Aug. 22
Aug. 23
57

4 June
14 July
17

1
26

50

Feb.

7

Sept.

59

17

Cent Vermont Pub Serv—

7,000

27,000

110,000

1,267,000

53,000
35,000
37.000

458,006

5s series A
1959
Chicago Dist El Generating

44s series A

1970

Deb 54s...

1935

81

Sale

36

Oct.

21

43 4

Sale

434 Oct.

22

454 Oct.
484 Oct.

194 Oct.

26
3

784 Oct.

Cigar Stores Realty—

161,000
40.0001

19,000'
235,000

4,861",656

165,000

128,000
704,000
231,000
39,000
12,000
144,000
1
8,000
2,000
7,000

6s series B

1,737,000 Cities Service 58
2,000
5s registered
58,241,000
Conv deb 5s
10,000

365",666

214

l,51i,000
54s series A_.
...1949
216,000 Cincinnati Street Ry 54sl952

5s registered

1966

5s
13,000 Cleveland Railway 5s

37,000
17,000
2,000
6,000
36,000
II,000

Cleve Term Bldg 6s
Colorado Power 5s

22

1950
1950

14

844
854
504
534

Sept.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.

10
23
29
24

Oct.
28

104 June 23
3
394 June
3
404 June

40

Mar.

62

Mar.

67

Mar.

2
3
3

May 28

49

6
13

384 Oct.

13

584 Oct.
614 Oct.
444 Oct.

Oct.

13

43

Oct.

17

May 28

46

Aug. 25

514 Oct.
604 Oct.

26

57

Oct.

33

55
59

Sale

404

Sale

414 Sale

404

Sale

414 Sale

564

424

454

554
544

Sale

Sale
Sale

1949

Sale

52

Sale

444
454

Sale'

614
434
434

Sale
Sale
Sale

Oct.
Oct.

13

4

29

Sale

May 31
49 4 May 31

19

634 Oct.

Oct.

18

46

Oct.

264 July

I

424 Oct.

22

464 Oct.

424 Oct..

22

41

Oct.

105

1961

1054 Oct.

4 106

Oct.

11 107

Oct.

20

1054 Oct.

22

99

104 4

Sale

Sale

105

1941
1953

104

Oct.

Oct.

20

87

Oct.

13

Oct.

18

15

Oct.

18

904 Oct.

Sale

1933

26

84
15

1004

16

394 Aug. 10
a37

1954

1939

904 Oct.

14

34

1966

7,123,000 Cities Service P 8c L 54s_1952

1,837,000

194 Sale

1955

3,221,000 Cities Service Gas 54s..1942
1,228,000 Cities Serv Gas Pipe L 68.1943
491,000
54s gold deb
581,000 Cleve Elec Ilium 5s..
344,000
5s series B

Sale

28

184 July
Apr.

Oct.

10

37

784 Sale

203,000 Chic Pneum Tool 5 48—1942
897,000 Chic Rys 5s ctfs of dep_.1927

7

July

54 4 A pi.
42
July

7

20

91

Oct.

25

Feb.

ft*
1*

Jan.

17 1064
29 107

5

11

Jan.

16

Aug. 25
Aug. 27
Aug. 10
584 Jan. 14
51
Sept. 9

984 Feb.
994 Jan. 19 106
87
85
Sept. 21
394
84 July 23
91
5
/
82
Aug.
3

Col Riv Longv Bridge 64s '53
6 4s stamped
1953

Aug. 25
394 Aug. 10

Sept. 26
Oct. 20

Sept. 27
Oct.
13
Jan.
Oct.

3

Jan.

8

9
25
11

May

10

1941

25

Jan.

22

37

6s certifs of deposlt._..l941

18

June 20

25

Apr. 30
Feb.
5
Aug. 10

6

57

Aug.

Commander Larabee 6s
Commerz und Privat

219,000
59,000
216,000
92,000
184,000

3,054,000
Bank 54s
1,005,000 Commonw Edison 44s
1,176,000
5s series A
1,154,000
5s series B
1,162,000
44s series C

1957

1956

315,000

1,000
448 series C reg.......1956
998,000
44s series E
1960
9,005,000
4s series F
1981
5,862,000
54s series G
1962
3,464,000 Com'w'lth Subsld 548 A. 1948

122,000
2,000
1,000
129,000
188,000

1,938,000 Community Pow & Lt 58.1957
15,000 Conn Lighting & Pow 7s.1951
19,000
54s series B
1954
237,000
44s series C
1956
1,089,000
5s series D
1962

2,162,000

Sale

1014 Sale
1014 Sale
954 Sale

554
93

Sale

1953
1954

604,000
688,000

8,000
16,000

36,000

44

s

Oct.

22

Oct.

10

1004 Oct.
100

Oct.

294 June

554 Oct.
944 Oct.

78

June

11 1024 Oct.

86

June

Sale

93"" Sale

824 June

13 1024 Oct.

94

804

Sale

524

Sale

Sale

104

774
554

10

954 Oct.

29

Oct.

11

95

Oct.

25

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

14

87

Oct.

92

Sale

854

924 Oct.

Sale

86

Sale

1034 Sale

Sale
Sale

"53"" Sale

834
1014
754
524
1114

101

104

Sale

1064
984

Sale
104

4-1 Sale

95

Sale

1024
94

Oct.

1044 Oct.
101

Oct.

106

Oct.

104

..1954

13 1044 Oct.
10
794 Oct.
56
Oct.

24

6

1114 Oct.

17

18 1064 Oct.
Oct.
10 101

18

11 1054 Oct.

29

1

974 Oct.
Oct.
19 1034 Oct.
11

4 1054

Consol GEL&P Bait—

37,000
12,000
16,000
121,000
89,000

142,000
154,000

369,000
225,000
359,000

54s series E
44a series G
448 series H

.1952
1969




Sale

1970

1,755,000
1st ret s f 4s
1981
175,000 Consol G E L & P 448...1935
4,356,000 Consol Gas of N Y 5%...1957
I Consol Gas Utilities—
1,259,000
64s with warrants....1943
1,443,000.
1st & coll 6s ser \
1943

For 'ootnotesHHf oa^* 56

105

108

1034
954

Sale
Sale

94 4

Sale

Sale

Oct.

15 1084 Oct.
11 1044 Oct.

1004 Oct.
944 Oct.

1

Oct.

1034 Oct.

103

274

Sale

184
284

Sale
Sale

84 Sale
214 Sale

84 Oct.
a214 Oct.

28

184 Oct.

29

284 Oct.

78

June

7

14

19

Oct.

2

Mar.

88

Mar.

29
7

25
23
29
20
23
17
8 1114 Oct.
1084 Juiy
8
May 26 1064 Oct.
103
Oct.
95
May 27
89
Aug.
694 May 31
3 1044 Sept.
94
Aug.
83
Aug.
40
May 21
69
Aug.
June 29
38

78

1
29

July 26 101
954 July 25 1054
II
974
Oct.
94
1024 Aug. 26 1054
4 1034
964 Aug.

Oct.

16 110
96
30 1044
94
25 104
82
29 96
1014 July 28 103 4
94
July 15 994

Sept. 29

90

102

20 1034 Oct.
96
Oct.
19

1

95
Aug. 24
3
102 4 Oct.
3
2 102 4 Oct.
1

88

924

2,162.000 Conn River Power 5s A..1952
15,000 Consol Gas of Bait 5s
1939

101",000

51
91

Sale
Sale

514 Sale

94

102

1937

June
June
Feb.
Jan.

4
May 28
164 May 31

29
40

Oct.
Oct.

3
8

Oct.

4

Oct.

Oct.

14

Sept. 20
Oct.
1
Oct. 19
Aug. 23

Aug. 24
Aug. 24

NEW
AGGREGATE SALES.
In

October.

YORK

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Jan. 2

1.

,

1.000

106,000
11,000

Continental Secur 5s

47,000

53~66O
23,000
22,000

92~666
75,000
12,000

17,000
34,000
613,000

"5", 656
80,000
8,000
1,000
16,000

146,660
128,000
7,000
2,000
2,000
1,000
105,000
23,000
10,000

22,00
458,000

Ask.

Bid.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.

Bid.
(Continued)
95,000 Conaol Publishers 6%a„I936
13,000 Gonsol Textile 8s
1941
1,000 Consol Water (Utlca) 4%s '58
3,566,000 Consumers Power 4%*_.1958
1,355,000
1st & ref 5s
1936
63
8,517,000 Continental G8cEl5s
1958
1,000
5s series Area
1958
1,486,000 Continental Oil 6%s
1937
78%
13,000 Cont'l Rolling & Steel 6s A'40
BONDS

338,000
171,000
465,000

RANQE.m^X2RJAM^l..

Price

Since
Jan.

EXCHANGE

CURB

Ask. Bid.

Ask

41
12
67

40% Oct.

Sale

100% Sale
104 X Sale
61% Sale

100% Sale
104% Sale
56% Sale

11 101
105%
31
62%
24 57%
~
94%
42%

39% Oct.

31

..

Oct.

104

Oct.

56

Oct.

57% Oct.

Sale

94 %

91

Sale

Oct.

1942

42,000
Series A with warrants.
250,000
58 series A without warr
3,000 Cosgrove Meehan 6%s
1945
828,000 Crane Co 5s
1940
438,000 Crucible Steel 5s
1940
178,000 Cuban Telephone 7%a__f941
2,000 Cuban Tobacco 58
1944
7,000 Cudahy Pack deb 5Ha—1937
620,000
5s
1946
197,000 Cumberland Co P Ac L 4%a '56

27

Oct.

20

87
100
35

Sale

46

July
Sept.
Aug.
Feb.

23
19
15

67

68"9

Aug. 23

57
95

Aug. 18

Oct.

4

24

57% Oct.

24

Oct.

1

78

Feb.

13

Oct.

11

40

Sept. 21

42%

39
32

Apr. 27
July 26

50

*

Oct.

Aug. 15

15 101% Sept. 24
Mar. 26 105% Oct. 20

Oct.

'v

39%

May 31

Oct.

24

Oct.11

"-'.Aj,

4

52

Mar. 30

Aug. 24
Feb. 13

Feb.

16

8

3

51% July

12

Jan.

Oct.

6

39

June 27

89
77

Mar.

9

Oct.

3

55

June

Jan.

4

30

Mar. 14

83
33
90

Mar.

8

8

Sale

86

Oct.

11

Oct

28

78
82

70
56

70% Sale

Oct.

84

Sale
99

.

Sale

98

84

62,000 Dallas P & L 5s series C..1952
471,000
6s series A..
1949
1,463,000 Dayton P & L 1st & ref 5s *41
1,308,000
5s new
1941
251,000 Delaware Elec Pow 5%a...I959
243,000 Denver Gas & Elec 5s
1949
89,000 Denv 8c Salt Lake Ry 6s..1960

103

Sale

100% Sale
105% Sale
103% Sale

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

100% Oct.
104

8

77

80

Oct.

2

87% Oct.

29

59

June

2

29 100% Oct.
24
85% Oct.

20

95

June

16

18

71

June 23

3 101% Oct.

6
3
29

95

14

Oct.

19 105% Oct.

101% Oct.

13 103% Oct.

July 25 101%
June
3 106%
28 103%
98% Aug. 26 101%
Jan.

Oct.

13

74

55

June

94

Oct.

10
6

99

Oct.

7

92

Oct,

37

Oct.

26

25

17

86% Oct.

17

80

Apr. 25
8
Apr.
May 27

53

June 23

86% Oct,
73% Oct.

4

1

14

75

Oct.

4

8

82

Oct.

4

July 25
3
64% June

Oct.

18

90

Oct.

1

70

Oct.

25

6

Oct.

26

5

10

5

Oct.

27

11

1% Oct.
1% Oct.

11
1

2% Sept. 21
% Feb. 19

85% Oct.
98% Oct.

5
31

96

80%
Sale

77

86

Sale

82
5

90

Sale

2% Oct.
1% Oct.
1% Oct,

IX Sale

Oct.

1

79

98%

Sale

Oct.

95

Oct.

10

3% Oct.

81X Sale

11

28

5

Oct.

6

86

97

71

Oct.

100%

90

35

98% Sale

14,000
6s series A
1950
269,000 Derby Gas & Elec 5s
1946
11,000 Des Moines Elec 5s...—1938
566,000 Detroit City Gas 5s B...1950
1,003,000
6s series A
1947
<93,000 Detroit Int Bdge 6Hs.._1952
8,000
6^1 certifs of deposit.. 1952
41,000
25-yr • f deb 7s
1952
8,000
7s certifs of deposit
1952
Dixie Gulf Gas 4%a„
1937
625,000
with warrants
195,000 Duke Power Co 4%a
1967
119,000 Duque8ne Gas 6s
1945
2,000
6%% notes
Mar 15 1935
1,938,000 Duquesne Ltg 1st M 4%a.l957
22,000 East Utll Associates 5s_._1935
4,026,000 Eastern Utll Invest 5s A 1954

Oct.

Highest.
Sale Prices.
81
Feb.
3
20
Jan. 16

3
June
Mar. 29

1

Feb.

2

46

June

1

85

June

2

3% May
4% Jan.

9
4

~

99

24%

Sale

99

100%

Sale

22

Sale"

Sale
Sale

Sale

98% Oct.
14% Oct.

25 100

7

Oct.

20

23% Oct.

13

Oct.

1
20

May 12
Oct.

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
Oct.

6

10
28
17
23
7

43% Mar. 23

SfA

Oct.

17

Aug. 17

98* Aug. 6
Sept. 12
3
97% Feb.

V'

Mar. 16
Feb.
2

Aug. 22

IX

Oct.

1

85% Oct.
5
98% Sept .28
13% Sept. 8
4% Jan.
4
99% July 12

& Mar.
98%
21%

Sept.

15

12

98K Oct.
8
July

25 100
14 35

78

Oct.

14

m
100^

May

Oct. 2C
Aug. 2-

East St Louis & Interurban

1,000
70,000
20,000

1,000

213,000

2,664,000
155,000
468,000
1,023,000
2,719.000
13,127,000
10,000
12,000
90,000
99.000
106,000
880,000
2,709,000

43,000
13,000

457,000

105,660
230,000
673,000

"2"6oo
10,000
1,000

112". 000

122,000

141",606
32,000
9,000
1,000
225,000

300,000

1,955,000
11,000
2,663,000

Water 5s, series A
1942
Edison Elec 111 (Boston 5s '33
4%% notes
1933
4% notes
1932
5s
193'
5% notes
...1935
Elec Pow 8c Lt 5s
2030
Elec Pub Serv 5%s C
..1942
Elmlra Wat Lt & RR 5s.. 1956
EI Paso Elec 5s A-.—...1950
El Paso Nat Gas 6%a A..1943
4%a
1938
Empire Dist Elec 5s
1952
Empire OH & Refining 5 Ha '42
Ercole Marel Elec Mfg
6%a with warrants
1953
Erie Lighting 5s
1967
European Elec 6%a
4965
Without warr
European Mtge 8c Inv 7*28 _'50
7s Series C
1967

78

Oct.

78

100% Oct. 27 101% Oct.

14
8

25 101% Oct.

14

1 102% Oct.

22

".02% Oct.
54% Oct.

14

Oct.

Jan.

78

Oct.

14

4 102% May 14

56 A

Sale

102 X Sale
102% Sale
54% Sale

102%

Sale

102 %

Sale
Sale

46%

102% Oct.
102% Oct.
42

Oct.

11
11

Sept. 13
May 17
May 27

3

1

29

June

20

100% Oct.

5 101%
Jan.
4 101%
98
99% July 18 101
98
May 31 102%
May
5
Sept.19
July 11

Aug. 23
Apr.
1

2
27

Oct.

Oct.

22

31

81
87
70

43

June 27

60

36

July 14
May 28

4
65% Jan.
59% Aug. 27

42% June 20

71% Oct.
8
Aug. 16

81

52
45 %

Sale

Sale

48% Sale

Sale

49%

Sale

44

Sale

Oct.

10

81

Oct.

10

76

84

56%

Oct.

20

86

Oct.

31

56% Oct.

7
31

61

56% Oct.
49% Oct.

19

44

31

52% Oct.
49% Oct.

71% Oct.

Oct.

63

60

4

Oct.

14

58% Oct.

Sale

Oct.

93

17

95

Oct.

26

90

Oct.

61

56% Oct.

June 24 100

38

Apr.
Apr.

5
8

61

Oct.

24

80

Jan.

20

%9% Apr. .30

24

35

Jan.

8

July 19
May
2

68
40

Aug. 29
Aug. 30

6
56

Aug. 25

25

25

26?4 Sale

333,000 Fairbanks Morse 8c Co 5s.l942
220,000 Farmers Nat Mtg Inst 7s .1963

Oct"
Oct.

28%4>ct

59

Sale

56

Oct.
Oct.

11

6

40

Sale

37

Oct.

11

45%

Sale

45% Oct.

31

54

77

Sale

77

Oct.

10
21

Sale

76% Oct.
83% Oct.

30

70,000 Federal Sugar Ref 6s....1933
2,391,000 Federal Water Service 5s_1954

45%

Sale

80%

Sale

18
11

59

Oct.

31

30% Oct.

17

34
14

Oct.

11

2

Jan.

4

45% Oct.

1

21

July

5

Oct.

4

26

Jan.

80% Oct.
76% Oct.
86% Oct.

1

62

Jan.

11

21

76%'Oct.
68
July

21
14

6

10

Sept. 17
Apr. 18
Mar. 12

Oct.

11

Finland Residential Mtge

72,000
94,000

933,000
Bank 6s
..-..1961
1,454.000 Firestone Cotton Mills 5s.l948

3,000

98,000

3,000

5s registered

26

Sale

1948

85"~ Sale'

576,000 Firestone T 8c R Cat 5s..l942

83%

31

5

2

54% Sept.
81
Aug.
76% Oct.
86% Sept.

28
29
21

23

First Bohemian Glass Wks

310,000
254,000
221,000

103,000
400,000
8,000
9,000
142,000
497,000
211,000
106,000
39,000

15,000

9,000
25,000
26,000
43,000
4,000
56,000

116,000
46,000
24,000

124,000
1,873,000
1,578,000
221,000
1,141,000
5,332,000
11,000
30,000
1,220,000
4,554,000
1,481,000
1,059,000
333,000
43,000
27,000
26,000
24,000

485,000
606,000
488,000
516,000
208,000
320,000
1,104,000
204,000
331J000

32

1st 7s without warr...1957

Flsk Rubber 5%a—.1931
Certificates of deposit...
8% ctfs of dep.
1941
Florida Pow Corp 5%s A 1979
Florida Power 8c Lt 5v...l«>54

Sale

Gatlneau Power 5s
6s...

1934
1956

74
66

Sale
Sale

28

21

58

Oct

28

61

Sale

58

Oct.

10

65

Oct.

1

Sale

66

Oct.

13

3

12

Oct.

1

73% Oct.
14% Oct.

15

64

54

Oct.

7
15

Oct.

11

70% Oct.

4

Sale

63% Oct.

29

75

Oct.

18

Sale

48

Oct.

31

69% Oct.

1

48

Sale

48

Oct.

31

69

Oct.

4

47

Sale

44% Oct.

10

48% Oct.

25

65

73

69%

Sale

64%

Sale

49

47"" Sale'

1934

serial

notes

serial

notes

102% Oct.

98 %

Sale

.1935

serial notes

Gen Pub Serv Co 5s

1933

1936

100%
101%
101%
100%

1953

a69% Oct.

Gen Pub Utilities 6%s—1933
6%a series A
1956
Gen Rayon Ltd 6s A
1948
Gen Refractor 5s
1933

11
18
21
18
31

6

19 102% Oct.

11

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

26%

Sale

26

Sale

Jan.

12

54

Oct.

31

49% Oct.

28

58

Oct

28

68

Aug. 25

78

Feb.

14% Oct.
64

Oct.

49

85

Feb.

July
54% June
37% June

37

June

20

Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
101% Aug.
102% Sept.
102% Oct.
102% Aug.

June

Feb.

io9K

Apr.
98% Jan.
Jan.

Oct.

14

Jan.
7 101%
96% Jan.
8 102
94
May 31 102%
93% Jan. 18 102

28

71% Oct.

29

62

39
29

14

27

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

54

Oct.

3

6

Oct.

18

25 101

5

Oct.
Oct.

15

3 102% Oct.

14

18 102
6 102

30

30% Sale

60

55% July

98

1934

serial notes

10% Apr.
8
Apr.
52% Oct
45
July
50
May
6% Sept.

100

1933

..1935
Gen Motors Accept Corp—

5%
5%
5%
5%

1

100

1941

Gen Bronze conv deb 6s. 1940
General Cigar serial 6s.. 1932
Serial 6s...
Serial 6s
Serial 6s

31

49% Oct.

1939

...1941

6s series B

Sale

11
18

12"" Sale"

Foltis-Flsher Inc 6%s.~1939

Garlock Packing 6s
Gary Elec 8c Gas 5s A

65

42% Oct.
42% Oct.
Oct
521

Oct.

Sale

66%

Sale

Sale

63% Oct.

51

73

Sale

54

46%

45

June

Oct.

22

24

Oct.

5

24

Oct.

39

Oct.

,7
8
25

5

Oct.

14

39% Oct.

29

46% Oct.

7

Oct.

21

6

84% Oct.
80% Oct.

5
25

12% Oct.
84% Oct.
88

Oct.

1

Oct.

25

68% Oct.

1

4

10

98

Apr.
24% May
19
May
17
Aug.
29
July

11
23
28
29
25

16

7
15

20

23
23
28
22
24
20
11

26

Aug. 13
Sept. 24
Oct. 14
Oct.

14

30

Apr.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.

15
24
23
22

70

Jan.

18

75
52
44

Gen

18,000
177,000

Vending Corp—
172,000
6s with warr Aug 15
1937
1,424,000 Gen Water Works 5s A..1943

210,000
1,000
130,000
28,000

1,525,000
6s series B
1944
44,000 Georgia Carolina Pow 5s. 1952
3,903,000 Georgia Power ref 5s_._.1967
436,000 Georgia Pow 8c Lt 5s
1978

163,000
163,000
319,000
93,000

1,390,000
68 without warrants... 1953
4,641,000 Gillette Safety Razor 5s.1940
2,068.000 Glen Alden Coal 4s
1965
596,000 Glldden (The) 5%s
1935
Gobel (Adolf) 6%s ser A. 1935
497,000
With warrants
33,000 Godchaux Sugars 7%a...1941
Grand (F 8c W) Properties—
136,000
Conv deb 6s
...1948
686,000 Grand Trunk Ry 6%a
1936
328,000 Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950
186,000 Great Northern Pow 5s._1935
671,000 Gt West Power Calif 5s_.1946
67,000 Green Mountain Pow 5s. 1948
27,000 Greenwich Wat 8c Gas 5s A '52
8,000 Ground Gripper Shoe 6b. 1944
348,000 Guantanamo 8c W Ry 6s.l958

35

Sale

40

Sale

9

Sale

Apr.
9
22% May 28

8% Sept. 6
48% Aug. 25

6 % June
3
July
1
63% May 31
45% June
2

24

Aug. 22

86

Mar. 12
Jan.
9

31

23

29

58
98

1

Gen Water Wks Gas 8c Elec—

9%
88
67

Sale
Sale

81%

Sale

Sale

9

59

5

71

90

68% Oct,

1

Gesfuerel—

43,000
4,000

20,000
31,000
46,000
4,000
89,000
9,000
4,000
1,000
85,000

53

Sale

96

Oct.

3

56% Sale

50

Oct.

11

86

56% Sale

50% Oct.

97

77% Sale

Sale

Oct.

3

June

1

56% Oct.
88
Oct.

20

77
May 19
42% July 12
62
May
9

Sept. 12
Sept. 6
60% Aug.
8
88% Sept. 6

54
98

Oct.
Oct.

1

100

Sale

99%

Sale

65

Sale

Oct.

8

72

58

May 26

76% Sept.

21

90

Oct.
Oct.

27

Oct.

1

58

June 20

90

Oct.

1

8

Sale

Sale

67

89

69%
90

Oct.

10

10

Oct.

19

2

June 16

29

Jan.

16

26 100% Oct.
10
66% Oct.

13
21

87
45

Jan.
4
June 15

99% Oct.
63

Oct.

90% July 13
91% Feb. 13

6 101% Oct.
Oct.
al01% Oct, 27 103
Oct.
79% Oct. 28 85

19
5

75

73% Oct.
2% Oct.
29% Oct.

4

53

7
7

13

Apr.

Oct.

31

41100% Oct.
131 98% Oct.

13

24
90
83

June

101

Oct.

Oct.

22

2% Oct.
27% Oct.

7
13

70
19

Sale

94

Sale

100

Sale

92% Sale

I 98

Sale

6

June 22

July 11
2% Sept. 1
4

%
103H

9

Aug. 24
Mar.
9
Oct. 19
Oct.
6

85

Apr. 22
4
73% Oct.
5

34

Jan.

5

Aug. 31

Guardian Investors Corp—

24,000
129,000
139,000

196,000
5s ser A with warr—...1948
1,901,000 Gulf OH of Pa deb 5s ...1937
1,620,000
Sinking fund deb Ks
1947

Fej footnote*

see

ohsre

56




45

Sale

43

Oct.

99% Oct.
97% Oct.

8

45

6

June 23
45
Oct. 31
2 100% Aug. 20
June
2
98% Aug. 22

NEW

NEW YORK

$

66,000
26,000

2,000
62,000
51,000
100,000
3,000

Jan.

Price

CURT! EXCHANGE

Since

In

Jan. 2

Oct. 1.

1932.

1.

BONDS

$

Bid.

(Continued)

Ask.

Highest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

82

4

Oct.

Oct.

27
28

95

Oct.

25

95

59% Oct.

13

67% Oct.
Oct.

July
55% July

1

72

5

75

Oct.

Highest.

56

71

75% Oct.

5

Oct.

25

Sale

65

Sale

Sale

61

Prices

Sept. 27
Sept. 28

85

12
13

76

95
June
8
67% Oct.
1
80% Aug.
3
65
Sept. 16
92
Feb. 18

June

8

24
27

19

59% Oct.
May
23% May
70% July

Sale

95% Oct.

19

94

Oct.

95% Oct.

June

99

Mar. 22

Oct.

5

43% Oct'.

3

71
60

Aug. 24
Aug. 22

50

Jan.

1

50% Oct.
84% Oct.

27
19

59% Oct.
84% Oct.

94

30

Oct.

Oct.

10

49% Oct.

8

53

65

53%
84%

Sale
Sale

95

Sale

97

67

1935

1,398,000 Hamburg El & Und Ry 5 % s'38
46,000 Hanna (The M A) Co 6s_. 1934

Ask.

75% Sale

3,000 Hackensack Water 5s A..1977
73,000 Hall Printing 5%s A
1947
Hamburg Elec Co 7».

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid

Bid.

1QM
.1961

749,000 Gulf States 17*11 5s
308,000
4Hi aeries B

250,600

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN OCTOBER.

PRICES

AGGREGATE SALES

October.

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

13

34

4

29

Harbour Commissioners

2,000

66.655
170,000
22,000
102,000
73,000
44,000
95,000
22,000
4,000

18,000
16,000
7,000
58,000
14,000

156,000
80,000

36,000
10.000

75,000
144,000
209.000

409,000
35,000
18,000
7,000
64,000

17,000
47,000
41,000
15,000
62,000
88,000

2,000
of Montreal 5s
.1969
4,000 Havana Docks 7s........1937
518,000 Hood Rubber 7s
1936
1,163,000
5H«
Oct 15 1936

Sale

51

Sale

42% Sale

48

Sale

42

38

.

Sale

89%
90%

Sale
Sale

137,006

540,666
879,000

Oct.

1

17

Oct.

29

Sale

98% Oct.

92

Sale

89

Oct.

91%

Sale

88

104

Sale

Feb.
Feb.
May
June

20 104% Oct. 19
23 103% Oct. 20
31 49% Jan., 14
8
23 48% Oct.

92

92

15

73% Oct.

5

Oct.
Oct.

28

88

Oct.

28

29

36% Oct.

4

Oct.

3 104% Oct.
3 103% Oct.

19
20
7
8

98%
95%
21%
25%

88% Feb. 15 100
39% Oct. 11 61
72% Apr. 30 94
96
Apr. 27 100%
2
74%
30% June

48% Oct.
48% Oct.

46

99%

43%

Sale

54%

25

Oct.

13 100

Oct.

39% Oct.
92% Oct.
100% Oct.

Sale

94

3

Oct.

99

Sale

Oct.

46

Sale

11

47

Oct.

5

94

Oct.

20

80%
87 %

Sale
Sale

74%

Sale

Sale

68% Sale

11

Oct.

11
11

61% Oct.
74% Oct.

5

Oct.

Sale

71

Oct.

11

80

Sale

63

Oct.

10

68% Oct.

Oct.

14

85

74

Oct.

8

Oct.

21

69% Oct.
99% Oct.
71

Sale

80

77

Oct.

54

81

Sale

63

84

60

71%
63%
78

57% Sale

76

Sale

Sale
71

Sale

l6I"" Sale

Oct.

98% Oct.
95

Oct.

31% Oct.
31% Oct.

3 100%

Oct.

29

79% Aug. 29
Oct.

28

48% Feb.

5

88

88

4

Oct.

Aug. 23
20

Oct.

Oct.

11

Feb.

29
14
8
15

Jan.

June

1

June
48% June

2

91% Jan.

1

83

Jan.

Jan.
June

4

88

Aug. 22

16

90

Mar.

75.
55

July

14

95

Mar. 21

Jar.

5

91

50

Oct.

56

Oct.

64

79% Oct.

24

84

Oct.

3

17

77
11 100

Oct.

31

63

1
5
7

79% Mar.

78% Oct.

4

57

11 101% Oct.
Oct.
97
11
29
41% Oct.

27

91

Oct.
6 100
Jan.
80
Sept. 26
Juno 25
May 31 101% Oct. 27

22

82

June

Oct.

3

97% Sept. 30

lo

26

63
63

Feb.
Mar.

1

86

May

4

96

6
16% July
5
16
July
7
71
July
31
72
May
8
88% Feb.
92
July 22
10
May 16

Jan.

Oct.

3

Oct.

10

11

81% Oct.
95% Oct.
98% Oct.

19

90% Oct.

25

Oct.

7

2% Oct.

4

Oct.

19

3% Oct.

17

1

July
Jan.

1 %

31% Sale

Sale

40

6

48

28

June

25
Jan.
12
6
1
1% June

1 104% Oct.

11

77

June

104% Sept. 20

248,000

3,000

36,060 Indianapolis Water 4%i-1940

94

Oct.

3

To", 666

7,000
1st lien & ref 5%s
1953
97,000 Inland P & L 6s ser C---1957

18

Oct.

11

20,000

4

11

102% Oct.

13

58% Aug. 27
100% Oct. 17
4
92% Oct.

32

Sale

19

21
May
85% June
74% June
73
May
55% May
83% Aug.
26
Mar.

Oct.

1963
164,000 Indianapolis Gas 5s A—1952
2,589,000 Ind'pollsP A L 5s ser A. .1957
1st lien & ref 5s

6

103

33

1950

Indiana Service 5s

Oct.

48

88

1957
...1933

Illinois Power 5s A

43

10

69% Oct.

474,000 Idaho Power Co 5s
19,47
673,000 Illinois Cent RR 4%s..—1$34

222,000 Illinois Nor Utll 5s

11

3 100% Oct.
10
92% Oct.

158,000
Ref & improvement 5s. 1951
563,000 Hygrade Food 6s ser A __1941
77,000
6s series B
1949

1,691,000 Illinois Pow & L 5%a-..1957
1,251,000
5 Ha series "B"
1954
3,052,000
6s series A.
1953
3,815,000
5s series C
.1956
381,000 Indep Oil & Gas deb 6s_. I93<>
256,006 Indiana Elec Corp 6s A.. 1947
146,000
6%i series B
.......1953
1,156,000
5s series C
1951
23,000 Indiana Gen Service 5s_.1948
172,000 Indiana Hydro-Elec 5s A. 1958
226,000 Indiana & Mich El 5s.... 1957
348,000
1st & ref 5s
1955

1

Oct.
Oct.

39

Sale

100%
78 %

Oct.

37

38

-

374,600

Houston Gulf Gas fcHa... 1943
876,000
6a
1943
449,000 Houston Lt & Pr 5s A...1953
437,000
4%s series D
1978
1,455,000
4%« series E
1981
428,000 Hud Bay Min & Smelt 6s. 1935
25,000 Hughes Tool Co 5%s
1936
543,660 Hungarian Ital Bank 7H» '63
Hydraulic Power of Niagara
123,000
Falls 1st & ref 5s
1950

40% Sept.
33
Sept.
17% June

77

92% Sale

95%

Sale

20

4

7
25

98% Oct.
98

Mar. 19

36% Jan.

15

38% Jan.

14

Jan.

15

Insult Utll Inv 6s ser B..1940

540,000
29,000

7,903,000

30% Sale

With warrants..
Deb 58 series A

505,006

1%

Sale

2

Sale

1949

1% Oct.
1% Oct.

3

% May
% May 16

27

Intercontlnents Power Co—

10,000

175,000

18,000

755,006
822,006

3,600

Deb 6s without warr

99,000

88,666
65,000
81,000
40,000
48,000

1955
1936
1936

6%a series C
7s series D
7s series D stamped
7s

series

E

7s series F

274,()60

International Salt 5s

Without

Sale

83

Debenture

90

Jan.

100%

82

Oct.

29

Oct.

5

52

June

Sale

99

Oct.

30 100% Oct.

31

80

Jure

Jan.

97

Feb.

June

93
83

Oct.

Sale

88

Oct.

28

93

Oct.

8

62

80% Sale

80

Oct.

24

83

3

27

81

Oct.
Oct.

100%

52% Jan.
57% June
36
July

90

51

5
31

Oct.

Sale

19

75
43

Sale
44

Sale

62%

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

21

51% Oct.

43

Oct.

27

50

Oct.

18

3

Oct.

4
8
3
19

Oct.

81

Oct.

69

Aug. 25
Aug. 23

60

June 27

28

1936

Sept. 30
69% Mar. 9
52
Aug. 23

Oct.

10

67

Oct.

3

Oct.

11

48

Oct.

1

May
45% July
19
May

104

62
43
84

June
July

95

Mar. 18

80

Aug. 23

LOO

warrants...

Interstate Power

1,787,000

85

90

6

78

63% Sale

.1957
1952
1951

InterstateNat Gas 6s

3,776,606

104% Oct.

104% Sale

2,992,000 Internat Securities 5s
1947
116,000 Interstate Iron & St'l 5%s '46
75,000

303,000
128,000

20

1948

Internat Pow Sec 6%i B.1954

910,000
175,000
1,083,000
597,000

Oct.

1948

68 A without warrants

2,000
63.000

3

Deb 6s with warrants.. 1948

5s._.._l957
1952

6s

64 %

Sale

49

Sale

48

Sale

!

Interstate Public Service

7,000
53,000
75,000
3,000
19,000

2,000

78,000
6%s series B
1,083,000
5s series D
1,452,000
4%s series F
3,000
4%s F registered
117,000 Interstate Telep 5s A
155,000 Invest Co of Amer 5s A..

265,000

49",656
43,000
41,000
23,000
3,000

"T666
112,000

21,000
19,000

1958
1958

28,000

10,000
11,000
2,000
128,000

264,000
16,000
.29,000
14,000

70

Oct.

3

57

63

Sale

63

Oct.

31

69

Oct..

1

29

21

63

Oct.

21

75
63

Feb.

Oct.

ol % Aprs"
63
Oct.

Oct.

21

62

Oct.

4

65

Oct.

15

Jan.

28

Oct.

26

73

Oct.

26

42% June
58% Apr.
57% Apr.

65

76

Oct.

13

80

Oct.

65

June

75
83

Oct.

11

80% Oct.

66

June

79% Sept. 13
79% Sept. 8
82
Aug. 24
5
80% Oct.

Oct.

3

87

Oct.

75

June

87

73

Oct.

15

78% Oct.

61

79

Oct.

4

76

May
Aug.

79

92

Sale

80

Jan.

99% Aug. 12
95

Sale

Sale

84

323,006

Sale

82% Sale

Iowa Pub Serv 5s

......1957

9,000
5 Hi
164,000 Iowa Ry & Light 5s
51,000
1st & ref 5s A

1,288,066

tsarco Hydro-El 7s
211,000 (sotta Franchinl 7s..

147,006

Without warrants
Italian Superpower 6s

1959
1932
1945

Kansas City Gas 6s

000
000

79

Oct.

90% Oct.

95

78

Oct.

77% Oct.

13

47

July

59

Oct.

65

Oct.

17

27

June

59% Oct.

67

Oct.

20

25

June

Sale

48% Oct.

13

55

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

27

65

Oct.

4

13

97% Oct.
98% Oct.
93% Oct.

13

Sale
Sale

55%
96%
95%
88%

72% Sale

63"

Sale

Oct.

36% Sale

83% Sale

51

92

Sale

Sale

49

96%
90%

Sale

Kansas Gas A Elec 6s

Oct.
Oct.

17
10

20% May 20

3
,

5

83

Sale

£

26

Oct.

10

80

June 24

75% Sale

52% Sale

40

July
63% July
80
July

8

78

Oct.

Oct.

11

78

Oct.

58% July
60% July

6

90

Oct.

66%

.Tune

13

62

Jure

'81% Sale

68

June

79% Sale'
86% Sale
94

Sale

deposit—1945

90

85%

6

80

Oct.

1

55

Oct.

31

82

Oct.

71

79%. Oct,
86% Oct.

37% June
18

80

June

46

June

52

June

1
1
18
30
27
2
2

Jan.
Jan.

18

96% Jan.

20

Jan*

22

82
84

Sale

Sept. 1
Mar. 21
87% Aug. 11
88
Mar.
7
90% Mar. 9
95
Jan. 11
93
Jan.
9
56

Oct.

27
15

Oct.

1

93

Oct.

24

85% Oct.

1

87

Oct.

31

Oct.

26

63% Oct.

6

38

June

2

77

70
32

July

25

84

90

87

Sale

60

119,000 Laclede Gas Light 5 Hi--1935

14

83

80% Oct.

71%

Sale

Sale

80% Oct.

Oct.

19

82

53% Oct.

52% Oct.
81% Oct.

20

1
1

26

79

54% Sale

14

Oct.
Jan.

Sept. 26

20

Oct.

Oct.

Jan.

56

Oct.

92

69

90

Aug. 26

85

26

68

Sale

1
Sept.21

95

81% Oct. 28

84% Oct.
76% Oct.

78

1961

16

91

85

June

45

53% Sale

26

Jan.

11
8

May

C4

Oct.
Oct.

13
26
5

91% Oct.

75

91% Oct.

18

3
2
15

1

1

7

Oct.

.

10

Oct.

55

96

Oct.

96

Oct.

90

6%s series D__
1948
5%s series F.........-1955

000 Kimberly Clark 5s A
1943
000 Koppers Gas A C deb 5s. 1947
Deb 5%s
000
1950
000 Kresge (S S) Co 5s
1945

74

61

82% Sale

1955

Kelly Springfield Tire 6s_1942

5s certlfs of

1

13
17
20

Feb.
97% Oct.
May 25 99% Sept.
May 19 93% Oct.
Mar
June 25 101

6 101

10

1947

5s

Oct.

66

86

85

Kansas Pow A Lt 5s B.--I957
series A..

2

July 19
May 26

11

91% Oct.

Sale

2022

Kansas Power 5s A

91%

100
96

101

.1942

Kansas El Pow 6s A.....1937

6s

19

May 17

77% Oct.
Oct.
65
Oct.
67

June

69

Sale

Oct.

82% Jan.

1963

000 Keystone Pub Serv 5s
1978
000 Keystone Telep Co 5 Hi-.1955

000

Sale

"78" Sale

95

607, 000 Kentucky Utilities 5s....l969
534, 000

76%

1952
1942

Without warrants

73,000
29,000
216,000
177,000
247,000
138,000
163,000

265,
139,
30,
126,
186,
2,032
2,236,
209,
232,

3

72

73

69

72% Sale

1942
343,000 Jacksonville Gas 5s
46,000 Jamaica Wat Sup 5 Hi A. 1955
608,000 Jersey Cent P & L 5s B...1947
3,395,000
4%s series C
1961
399,000 Jones & Laughlin Steel 5s '39

53,000
80,000
30,000

Oct.

13

Without warrants

36,000
6,000
101,000
268,000
17,000

5,000
10,000

92

65% Oct.

62

800,000 towa-Nebraska LAP 5s__ 1957
573,000
5s Series B
1961
345,000 iowa Pow & Lt 4%a A...1958

2,265,000

4i"656

10

Sale

63

64% Sale
64% Sale

1961
1947

275,000

2,000
3,000
16,000

Oct.

66

1949
1956

5
85% July
70% July 23

Aug. 12

Lake Superior Dist Power

3,000
267,000
16,000
23,000
90,000
17,000
31,000

7,000
11,000
7,000

42,000

30", 600
10,000
160,000

~3~665

9,000
5s series B
1956
137,000 Larutan Gas Corp 6 H*--1935
3,215,000 Lehigh Pow Secur 6s
2026
Leonard Tletz Inc 7H«--1946
Without
warrants......
130,000
261,000 Lexington .Utll 5s
1952
838,000 Libby McNeil! A Llbby 5s 1942
238,000 Lone Star Gas Corp 5s
1942
321,000 Long Island Ltg 6s
1945
Conv deb 5 Hi A
1952
56,000
168,000 Los Angeles Gas A Elec 5s 61
5s-1939
22,000

220,000
15,000
101,000
56,000
1,947.000
7,000
4,000

For foor,notes

awe




Luzerne Co G & E 6s

page

1

62

Oct.

31

71

Oct.

6

61

Oct.

1

42% May

88

Oct.

5

76

28 101

Oct.

2

Oct.

6

20

102% Oct.
101% Oct.

97% Oct.
4 103% Oct.
13 103% Oct.

73% June
68
July
77% June
99% May
40

June

100% Oct.

100% Oct.

95

Oct.

90

Aug.
May

90% Oct.

68

Oct.

26
100

77% Oct.

11

Sale

51

Oct.

4

70

Sale

67% Oct.

25

Oct.
Oct.

3

85

14

93

Oct.

80

Sale

60

Sale

Oct.

8

97

97

Oct.

49

1

56

Sale

166% Sale

93

Sale

-.1949
1950
Louisville (Ky) G A E 6s A '37
4% series C
1961
Lukens Steel Co 8s

24

7

Sale

62

71

82%

5 H» series 1
Los Angeles Pacific 4s

Louisiana Pow A Lt 5s_..1957

Oct.

82% Oct.

Oct.

79

45

76% Sale

Sale

81

98

87% Sale

90

18 100

86

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

11

28
8

:_1940

...101

1954

56.

1

Oct.

14 102

18

Feb.

1

48% June

2

Sept. 21
50
Aug. 13
87% Aug. 23
31
28

June

62

Oct.

54% June

78
81

Mar. 12

28

93

June

;

June

Jan.

93% Mar. 19
101
85

Oct.

2

Mar.

9

100% Sept. 6
103% Oct. 28
8
103% Oct.
65
Aug. 29
5
100% Oct.
Oct.

4

May
May

93

Mar.

8

37

Apr.

2

Aug.

102

Oct.

8

100

NEW

YORfc

CURB

EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES,

PRICES IN OCTOBER.
NEW YORK

In

Jan.

1932.
BONDS

,55,000

.

Jan. 2

1.

$

1,854,000

1,000

124,000
43,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

October..

53

Bid.

(Continued)

Manitoba Power 5Ho
1951
Mansfield Mln & Sm (Germ)
7s with warrants

Ask.

Oct. 1.
Bid

Auk

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Sale

Ask

Highest

L<»i est

5934 Sale

Sale Prices.
52
Oct. 13

_Sale Prices

33

60

Bid.

33

5934 Oct.

1

...1941

7s without warranto

Hignest

Sale Prices.

3634 June
15

..1941

Oct.

25

7034
8934
83J4
8234

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

63

Oct.

Oct.

25

Sale

May

15

June

2
4
10

Market St El Passenger

1,000
02,000

2,000
1,525,000
1,359,000
285,000

99,000
16,000

3,000

Railway 4s—

1955

Mass Gas Co 5 Ha
5s

1946
1955

Mass Util Assoc 5s A

85

Sale

84

85

.1949

"~9~ 000

,210,000 Melbourne El Supp 7 348 A '46
373,000 Memphis P & L 5s ser A..1948
10,000
4Hs series C
.1978
626,000 Met Edison 4s series E
1971
1st mtge5s
1,808,000
1962
59,000 Mich Assoc Tel 5s A.....1961
26,000

2,000

2,000 Michigan Nor Power 5s__1941
6,000 Michigan Pub Serv 5s A..1947
162,000 Middle Sts Petrol 634« A. 1945

Sale

19,000 Masscy Harris 5s
1947
4,000 McCallum Hosiery 6H8--1941
140,000 McCord Rod & Mfg 6s
1943

20,000
28,000
3,000
45,000
740,000
3,000
2,000

Sale

Michigan Light Co 5s

To'ooo
33,000
114,000
78,000
64,000
55,000
95,000

4,233,000
3,603,000
3,344,000
3,261,000
489,000
790,000
143,000
420.000

15,000

63,000
29,000
43,000
120,000
93,000
3,000

219,000

*32
1933
1934
1935

Conv 5% notes
Conv 5% notes

5% notes

Milwaukee G L 434s

Monongahela West Penn Pub
874,000
Service 534® B
1953

94,000
228,000
96,000

2,233,000
422,000

97

Oct.

5

65

June

8834 Oct.
8534 Oct.

3

64

June

65

June

90

4834 June
3434 May
534 June

63

11

7

Oct.

25

Oct.

3

65

60

89

Oct.
Oct.

18
14

18
27

6

834
8%

Sale
Sale

634 Sale
634 Sale
634 Sale

8634

Sale

82

7534

Sale'

Sale

Sale

7434 Sale

Sale

10134 Sale

Aug.

Oct.

18

50

June

10434 Oct.

14

98

Apr.

14

99

Oct
June

24

65

33

Oct.

6

834
834
834
834;
9834
8734

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5

3

88

June

4 100

20

62

June

3

Oct.

28

100

Oct.

10

84

Oct.

10

24
27

1 103

5
1

1

9534
9334

Sale
Sale

11

Sale

99

10

72

7,000

83,000
234,000

6s A without warrants 1947

Munson

166,000
171,000
1,000
169,000
26,000
91,000
117,000
1,847,000
126,000

Steamship

>■

238,000

197.000
345,000
397,000
18,000
300,000

53,000
15,000
2,000
6,000
763.000

330,000
13,000
222,000
654,000

633*666
565,000
4,000
51,000

40.660
9,000
34,000
5,000
58,000

53,000
64,000
57,000
35.000

332,000
16,000

55,000

16*666
34.000

23,000
19,000
3,000
2,000
65,000
28,000

9634

Sale

9934 Sale
9834 Sale

9934 Sale
9934 Sale

36 %
34 J4

Sale
Sale

434 Sale

534 Sale

78

Sale

Sale

83 34

Sale

8034

Sale

4 103

Oct.

28

June 30

84

Oct.

5

91

6534 Oct.
7234 Oct.
8434 Oct.

26

76

Sept. 29

Oct.

3

18

77

Oct.

4

84

3

86

Oct.

26

5034 July 28
5634 May 31
62
July 13

5

83

Oct.

5

61

84

26 10334 Oct.
28
92
Oct.
5
62
Oct.

13

Oct.

101

Oct.

Oct.

1

1

6934 Oct.
9534 Oct.

31

75

Oct.

6

28

94

Oct.

29

9634 Oct.
9534 Oct.

3

Oct.

6

50

Oct.

934 Oct.

3

11

Oct

1

1981
__

June

10

25

14
1

19

9934 Oct.
9934 Oct.
9434 Oct.

25
27
19

Oct.

4

Oct.

19

28

Oct.

10

7734 Oct.

13
7

8334 Oct.
6934 Oct.

3

67

Sale

65

Sale

26

Sale

2034 Oct.
1934 Oct.

79

Sale

Oct.

4

3

28

Oct.

14

1

2634 Oct.

15

1954

79
90
96

Oct.

8134 Oct.
9034 Oct.

27

26

72H

Sale"

5934

Sale"

"5934 Sale

59

Sale
Sale

"5934 Sale'

60

6834

61H

Sale

75

Sale

1

Oct.

26

97

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

21

Oct.

20

24

5434 May 26
8234 Feb.
2
8134 Feb.
8
41

62

65

Mar. 16

24

Sept.

99

3,237,000

5634

18*666
37,000
3,000
124,000
89,000
161,000
10,000
16,000

38,000
30,000

195* 066
30,000
35,000
9,000
32,000

Sale

300,000

«*•>

fattnctm

tee

8534 Sept. 6
90 34 Oct. 27

May
May

99

88

Feb.

Oct.
Oct.

15

June

37

Aug. 23

5534 July
90
July
4034 Apr.
(40
Apr.
41
Apr.
2934 July
93
July

77

Oct.

10

Oct.

10

6934 Oct.
9734 Oct.

31

10

61

Oct.

15

55

Oct.

10

6034 Oct.

13

5634
5834
8934
6134

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10

60

13

25

6634 Oct.
Oct.

19

Oct.

24

6934 Oct.

7

30

Oct.

28

72

1

323-4 Oct.

6934
7134

Sale
Sale

6234

Sale

6 101

Oct.

3

71

Oct.

28

15

8034 Oct.
3234 Oct.

7

29

74

Oct.

6

38

Oct.

5734 Oct.

Oct.

31

81

Oct.

5

2734 Sale

80
26

Oct.
Oct.

4

5

93

Sale

9134 Oct.

14

94

86

Sale

85

Oct.

31

9134 Oct.

IW
70

86
96

Oct.

7

Oct.

17

Oct.

13 100

Oct.

92

Oct.

Sale

88

Oct.

9934 Oct.

9134 Oct.
10134
9934

Sale
Sale

107

3934 Sale

Sale

106

10134
3634

Sale

Sale

10134 Oct.
3634 Oct.

Oct.

101

88

6

June 11

73

20

4

30

9934
9334
8234

Sale
Sale
Sale

87

Oct.

5

Feb.

2

Oct.

8

9934 Oct.
9334 Oct.
8334 Oct.

31

79

28

Serial 5%

1936

78

Sale

80

Sale

78

Oct.

1

82

Oct.

24

6
6

3934

Sale

35

Oct.

3

1

3834 Oct.
3334 Oct.

21

4434 Oct.
3934 Oct.
3834 Oct.

S*

July
July

21

3SH

A

1956

s f deb serB

1956

Cont Util 5 Hs A

4434

Sale

38

Sale

9734

1948

Sale

"35"" Sale'

28

8734 May 14

5

8134 Sale
8234 Sale

1

Oct.

3

Oct.

21

May 28
u32

5s.....1966

15
19

May 11
7

Sept. 27
9834 Sept. 9
94

Oct.

19

9134 Oct. 20
Sept.26
100
Aug. 23
94 34 Mar. 19
100
Sept. 23
88

92

Oct.

27

10734 Oct. 21
30234 Oct. 28
June 25
59
Feb. 23

Sale

25

Oct.

7534 Aug. 23
8034 Mar. 9
63
Apr.
5
83
Sept. 24

80

notes

9634 Oct.

6

15 10734 Oct.
28 10234 Oct.
41
27
Oct.

Aug. 23
Aug. 23
Aug. 23

6734 Jan.

88
Sept.14
May 31
66J4 June
2
85
171
Sept. 9
84
24
Aug. 20
9434 Mar. 18
13
9334 June 27
27
7834 Apr.
7
21 10134 Jan.
2
28
9534 Apr. 16

19

27
31

72

4234 July
3534 July
78
May
75
July
2034 Sept.

29

80

Jan.

97 K Oct.

June

Oct.

Oct.

Sale

100

98

1
6

75

Sale

9234 Sale
8834 Sale

14
15

6

66
84 34

Jan.

2634 Oct.

20

1956

Mar.

25

Oct.

31

Aug. 20
Aug. 23
Sept. 9
54
Sept.10
4934 Sept. 6

2 a32

9734 Oct.
8134 Oct.

9934 Oct.

20

9034 July 27

24

84

Oct.

10

62

80

Oct.

21

13

June

99% Oct.

§1*
it*

Mar.

2

9934 Oct.

20

Jan.
Jan.

13
12

1

5s series D

1969

4Hs E

1970

74

Oct.

3

8434 Oct.
7734 Oct.

21

1943

90
81
97

Oct.

19

91

Oct.

13

Oct.

3

Oct.

8

Oct.

11

82
99

§734
77

Oct.

6

85

June

2

86
99

Oct.

6

Jan.

6

9434 Oct.

7

Nor NY Util 6s C-5s

series E

1955

Nor Ohio P & L 5Hs
Nor Ohio Trac & Lt 5s

1951

5 H %

notes.

92

Sale

1956

6434 June
3
6234 May 26
July 14
Aug.
5

93

1940

.

4Hs

1961

9034

Oct.

21

9434 Oct.

7

79

84

Sale

Oct.

24

1

75

92

Sale

Pacific Gas & El 1st 4HS-1957
1st & ref 6s B
1941
1st & ref 5Hs C

1952

1st & ref 5s D_:

1960

F

Pacific Investing 5s A...1948
Without warrants

Aug. 23
Aug. 24
July 25

94

Sale

9034 Oct.

8

9034 Oct.
9334 Oct.

1

May 27
7734 May 31

27

8434 Oct.

3

50

June

81

9134

Aug. 12
May 28

Mar. 3
9334 May
9
4334 Mar. 10

Oct.

24

78

Oct.

3

9334 Oct. 28
80
May 28

96

Oct.

18

93H Sale
95

Sale

9534 Sale
102

Sale

8734 Sale

9434

Sale

Oct.

25

2034 Oct.

10

8

Oct.

24

78

Oct.

3

72

9334 Oct.

Sale

12

72

12

28

96

Oct.

18

95

31

9634 Oct.

10

Oct.

10034 Oct.
9434 Oct.
9134 Oct.
89

14 10234
96
3
5

Oct.

4

Oct.

7

9534 Oct.

10

8534 Sale

8234

Sale

Sale"

Oct.
Oct.

27

96

Oct.

10

11

84,34 Oct.

83

26

8334 Oct.
8734 Oct.

14

8234 Oct.

31

79

•

8734 Oct.

3

83
74

70
70
65
70

2

June

1

June

2

July

6

9334 Aug. 29

85

93 34 Oct.

M
96

Aug. 27
Oct.
Oct.

82*
§§*

Jan.

7

Sept.

3

96

June

88

10

10

10034 July 16 10034
Jujy 16
67
3
90
May 31
Sept. 6
60
3
June 27
83
Aug. 25
19
43
June
2
6934 Aug. 23

77

10234
10034

Sale
Sale

9534
10834
10434

Sale
Sale
Sale

9534

Sale
Sale

8

81

Oct.

7

6334 Oct.

2934 Oct.
5734

Oct.

14

30

18

24

June

1

54

50

18

Jan.

5934 Oct.

4

35

June

2

63

Sept. 10

10

9634 Oct.
10834 Oct.

22
4

Oct.

9434 Oct.

107

Sale

107

10434

Sale

10434 Oct.

Oct.

31

Oct.

Oct.

101

88

Sale

9534

Sale

Oct.

13 10534 Oct.
24 10234 Oct.

9534

Sale

95

Oct.

11

7134

Sale

7134 Oct.

5

1
4

968

Oct.

10

72

Oct.

21

8234 May 26

9634 Oct.
June
2 10834 Oct.
9434 June 2 10534 Oct.
91
May 31 10234 Oct.
82
May 28 96 34 Oct.

100

66

Jan.

72

■,

Oct.

56




4

7

Oct.
Oct.

June 16
June 15
2

1

60

1955

1st & ref 434s

88

8334 Oct.

8334 Sale

1945

I960
1,374,000 Ohio Edison Co 5s
788,000 Ohio Power 5s series B
1952
4 Ha series D
2,280,000
»
1956
Deb 6s
2024
33,000
1953
76,000 Ohio Public Serv 6s C
5s series D
1954
235,000
5Hs series E
1961
205,000
1944
2,000 Ohio State Tel 5s B
1950
1,365,000 Oklahoma Gas 8c El 5s
6s series A
1940
344,000
227,000 Okla Pow & Water 5s A..1948
89,000 Osgood Go 6s with warr. 1938
1941
276,000 Oswego Falls Co 6s

17,000

45

1935

9,000 Ogden Gas Co 5s

2,079,000
971,000
2,385,000
1,164,000
3,060,000

80

June

75

15
2

Sept. 8
Aug. 25

Oct.

Sale

74,000
7s without warrants
1935
8,000 Northwest Electric 6s...1935
315,000 Northwest Pow 6s A
.1960
39,000 Nor* west Pub Serv 5s A..1957

204,000
69,000
139,000
175,000
159,000

90

54

58

North Texas Utilities—

8,000

4634 Jan.
3434 Jan.

Oct.

51

16,000
5Hs series A reg
....1948
34,000 Nor Indiana G & E 6s
1952

605,000

Sept. 26
9934 Sept. 27
96
Sept. 19

97

5934

Sale

n*

1

Oct.

9

100

Sale
Sale

Sale

3034

8934 June
9634 Aug.
8934 Aug.
34 June
20
May
5234 June
4034 June
534 June
17
Aug.

Nor States Power

27,000
275,000

8034 Mar. 5
97
Sept. 26
9534 Sept. 29

61

9734
5634

6534

5% notes '33
...1934

Nor Ind Pub Serv

•

Aug. 22

Serial 5% notes
Serial 5% notes
ser

Mar. 17

Mar. 15
2 10334 Oct.
8634 June
13
68
July
9 92
Aug. 31
50
July 25 6634 Aug. 29

Foreign Invest

f deb

Aug. 23

90

Sale

Sale

80

N Y Chic & St L RR 6s..1935

10

99ys Oct.

24

92 34

1951

■

7734 Mar. 23

434 June 30

7

26

1948

855,000 Niagara Falla Power 6s.. 1950
180,000
58 series A
.1959
1,056,000 Nippon Elec Pow 6H*
1953

1,098,000
247,000

22

1

Sale

N Y & Westchester Ltg 5s '54
186,000
4s2004

39,000

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1934 Sale

81,000

271,000
231,000
294,000
29.000

9834
9834
9434
434

6834 Sale

Sale

Deb 534«

534s
5H«

14

June

21

Sale

120,000 N Y Steam Corp 5s

41,000

89

67

Sale

97

5s

797,000 Nor

14

Sept. 28
Aug. 23

70

Sale

90

New Orleans Pub Serv 4H« '35
6s series A
......1949

Nor Amer L & P

14

5

36

2022

Nebraska Power 6s

271,000
5H« A with warrants..1948
2,000 N Y Pa & Ohio RR 4348--1935
6,151,000 NYP&L Corp 1st 4 H«--1967
2,247,000 N Y State E 8c G 434s
1980
6,000
434 s Registered
—1980
130,000
5Hs
1962

169,000
212,000
203,000
289,000
588,000

18

Jan.
Jan.

3

68 J4

148,000
12,000 New Rochelle Wat 534s A '51
93,000 N Y Cent Elec 5Hs
1950

985,000

Jan.
Jan.

Oct.

25

May 1 1935
4348.1955

5% gold notes

26

Oct.

Co—

1,946,000 Nevada Calif Elec 5s
1956
45,000 New Amsterdam Gas 5s..1948
2,863,000 New Eng G & Elec Assn 5sl947
2,306,000
5s
......1948
5,043,000
Conv deb 5s.
1950
3,992,000 New Engl Pow Aasn 5a—1948
61,000

10 %

1978

4H«
189,000 Neisner Bros Realty 6a

3,803,000
981,000

Sale

5

Nat Transcont'l Ry

N Y 8c

22,000

1937

5s ctfs of deposit
National Tea

22,000
11,000
29,000
179,000
1,000
94,000
11,000
343,000

14

Jan.

Aug. 29

Line

6H» with warr—

1,777,000 Narraganseft Elec Co 5a. .1957
353,000
5s series B
.1957
27,000 Nassau & Suffolk Ltg 5s. 1945
2,585,000 National Elec. Pow 5s—1978
162,000 National Food Prod 6s..1944
1,618,000 Nat Pow & Lt 6s "A"
2026
3,528,000
Deb 5s series B
2030
13,387,000 Nat Pub Serv 5s_.
1978
.

14

Oct

13 3934
28 8934
28 i69
28 65
31 6234

Morris Plan Shares Corp—

46,000

Sept. 22
Aug. 25

84

46

Sale'

6
28

Oct.

90

60

98J4

24
24

17

8934 Oct.

B........^..-1970

June

Oct.

Apr.

31

Sale

Sale

Apr.
134 May
2
May
2
May
2
May

14

7

Oct.

85

Sale
71

70

7

7

Oct.

10434 Oct.

8

27

62

Sale

June

85

Oct

29

92

67

65

1

9034
10034
8934
8234
9834

99

Oct.

10134 Oct.
8134 Oct.

28

8234 Oct.
9734 Oct.

Aug. 29

14

fl634 Oct.
634 Oct.
634 Oct.

83

98 34

Feb.

55

Sale

Sale

1

Jan.
Oct.
Jan.

33

9134 May
8634 Sept.

Sale

85
69

8

24

Sale

3234 Oct.

8434 Sale
10134 Sale
76

Oct.

42

24

96

48

Sale
Sale

26

7

9034 Oct.

9134

Sale
Sale
Sale

5034 Sale
48

24

Oct.

4

10434 Oct.

30

63

1 10034 Oct.
88
Oct.

Oct.

Oct

72
Sept. 15
9734 Jan. 12
9134 Sept. 12

93

8634 Oct.
78J4 Oct.

99

Jan. 14
3334 Sept. 27

24

65

68

7034 Oct.

33

25

81

Montreal L H A P 5a "A".1951
5s series

Sale

1955

—

387,000 Mississippi Pow 5s—
1955
1,324,000 Miss Power & Light 5s—1957
402,000 Miss River Fuel 6s
1944
143,000
Without warrants
889,000 Miss River Power 5s
1951
76,000 Missouri P & L 5 34s A
1955
99,000 Missouri Pub Serv 5s A..1947

88,000
29,000
21,000

Sale

1967

Minneapolis Gas Lt 4HS-1950
Minneapolis Gen El 5s —1934
Minn Pow & Lt 434s
1978
1st & ref 5s—

Sale' 16634 Sale

88

1946

Middle West Util 5% notes

Conv

10034

20
90
100

4

7034 Oct.

Prices.
6734 Sept. 6

I

I

11

22
1
4
4

10
21

NEW

54

NEW YORK
Since

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Jan. 2
Oct. 1.

1932.

1.
Bid

BONDS (Continued)

$

63,000
1,984,000

Pacific Ltg & Pow 5s

2,279,000

Pacific Western Oil 614s. 1943

Ask,

Ask

Bid.

Penn Cent Lt & Pow 4%s 1977

63%

5234

63

Sale
•

74"" Sale'

75

Sale
Sale

68

Sale

Sale

"79% Sale

Sale

Sale Prices.

105%
60%
61%
73%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

25 106% Oct.
27 72% Oct.
10 64% Oct.
1 82% Oct.

Oct.

79% Oct;

100

10
4
4
18
1

68

Oct.

>

21,000
7,000

1,413,000

6% ctfs of deposit

Sept. 29
July 29
61% July
6
68
June 28

73

15

Oct.

20

74% Oct.

6

18

74%

Sale

Penn-Ohlo Edison 6s

75

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1950

214,000 Penn Water & Pow 4J*s_.1968
5s
1940
716,000
1967
45,000 Penn Water Serv 5s A
698,000 Peoples Gas Lt & Coke 4s B'8l
45,000
4% % serial notes
1934
54,000
4%% serial notes
1935
12,000
41*s
1936

7,755,000
433,000
383,000
2,113,000
150,000

6s series C

93%

Sale

99

99%

70
66

Oct.

80

Oct.

5

50

Oct.

75

Sale

Oct.

100

Oct.
Oct.

1
1

41

99

99% Oct.
91% Oct.

4
25

98% Oct.
90% Oct.
95

103%

Sale

Oct.

94

Oct.

103% Oct.

79% Sale

102% Sale
a2% Sale

1979

3

Phila Electric Co 5S.....1966

106

Sale

Sale

Oct.

8
24

101%

Sale

2

106%
105%

Sale'
Sale

70

8

19

Oct.

99% Oct.
98% Oct.
99% Oct.
Oct.

106% Oct.
105% Oct.
44

Oct.

85
100
60
68

3

84% Oct.
19 100% Oct.

Oct.

100
100

Phlla Elec Power 5%a
1972
Phila Rapid Transit 6s__1962

11

81% Oct.

70

99% Oct.
99% Oct.

867,000
1,183,000

81%

Sale

14

7 100

Oct.

14

3 100

Oct.

31

11 102% Oct.
3
Oct.
4

20

13 106% Oct.

5

1

17

Sale

49

Sale

Sale

110

1950

94

Jan.

5 101

90

June

8

Oct.

34% May 28
M ay 26
50

Oct.

68

June 29

90

Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

4

66% Oct.

55

Jan.

64

Oct.

40

90

70
95

Mar.

Octi

July
7
May 26
Aug. 12

85

11

Oct.

18

95

Oct.
Oct.

18

86% Oct:

13

84

5 105%

Oct.

Oct.

3

27

59

Oct.

Oct.

27

74

Oct.

1

Oct.
Oct.

19

95

Oct.

4

70% Oct.
10 103% Oct.

7

102% Oct.

21

7

Oct.

28

Oct.

1

Oct.

10

Oct.

10 101% Oct.
91
Oct.
14

5

101% Sept. 29 101% Sept. 29
91
Oct.
5
70% July 12

Sale

110

Oct.

Oct.

5

100% Apr.

Sale

86

58

25 112
21
89

Sale

80

Sale

80% Sale
79% Sale

6
3

26

3

60

11

81

Oct.

3

60

Sale

99

27

78

Oct.

69

Sale

Sale
Sale

70

69%

Sale

17

80% Oct.
Oct.

1
1

78

Oct.

3

Oct.

24

77

Oct.

3

97% Oct.
55% May
58% May

69%
76%
70%
67%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5

38

1

56% June
July
52% June

82

27

70% July 27

89

Oct.

Aug. 25
Sept. 27

11 101%

Sale

61

Oct.

19

67% Oct.
65% Oct.
62% Oct.

24

Sale

11

29

4

Aug. 24
77% Mar. 9

73

26

84

Oct.
Oct.

28

54

June

2

86

Oct.

27

95

Oct.

20

82

May

7

95

72

Oct.

31

92

Oct.

3

40

May 27 106

Jan.

10

63

Oct.

15

63% Oct.

8

48

4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

22

88

Oct.

3

11

21% Oct.

25

53
7

13

20

Oct.

24

July 20
May 10
May 27
June
2

J an.

79

Sale

72

Sale

17

Sale

26

47

15
13

45

101% Sale
103% Sale

21%

Sale
Sale

39

Sale

100%

Sale

Sale

42

Sale

39%

44

Sale

98% Oct.
101% Oct.
40% Oct.

Oct.

1

10 101% Oct.

1

21 104% Oct.
Oct.
47
28

3
4

18

90%

Sale

98% Sale

Oct.

5

43

Oct.

17

Oct.

3

80

Oct.

27

8% Oct.
100% Oct.
96% Oct.

Sale

39

70

20

28

18

Oct.

1

11 102% Oct.

26

81%

76

Sale"

Oct.

99% Oct.
101% Oct.

7

13% Juiy
94% Aug.
92
July
13
May
15
May
58% June

1

25

81% Oct.

13

10 101% Oct.
Oct

26
2

93

93% Oct.

20

81

17 103%

99% Oct.
July
% July

92

100

Oct.

3 103

Oct.

25

84%'May

Oct.

11

67

Oct.

3

51

Oct.

25

62

Oct.

1

10

Sale

Oct.

64

101

1
18 101% Oct.
30 104% Oct.
Oct.
26 47
Oct.
17 43
24 84% Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

20

13

Oct.

8

31

13

Oct.

4

102% Oct.
66
Oct.
10

27

10 101% Oct.

69
Sept.
63% Sept.

Sale

61

Sale

61

Oct.

28

Sale

70

Sale

70

Oct.

11

78

Oct.

1

86

Mar. 14

71%

Sale

62

Sale

62

Oct.

28

52

June

75

Mar. 10

10

6

48

Aug.

29

Oct.

3

71% Oct.
74% Oct.
31% Oct.

1

66% Oct.

Aug. 23
37% Aug. 30

43
91

Oct.
Oct.

13

91% Sale

89

Oct.

68

68

Oct.

17
1

Sale

10

101%
62

1943

Oct.

Oct.

11

7

53% Oct.

Sale

71% Sale

61%

Sale

1947

28

60% Oct.

5

60

60%

1948

Oct.

25

60

Oct.

25

61

Oct.

28

71% Oct.

3

Oct.

1

28

40

409,000

55

Sale

3,000 Sioux City G 5c E 6s A...1947

11,000
171,000
5,744,000

6s series B

.1949

Sou Carolina Power 5s-_1957

2025

77

3,474,000 Southern Calif Edison 5s i951
General 5s
1939
598,000

98

Sale
Sale

1,005,000

97%

Sale

2,092,000

630,000
7,000
717,000
58,000
46,000
323,000

Southeast P 5r L 6s

Refunding mtge 5s
Ref Mtge 5s
Ref mtge. 5s new

43*8....

7,000




1937

1952
1961

56.

43*8.....1968

Feb.

76

Mar. 12

76

Mar. 10

75

27

85

Aug. 18

65

Sept.

Oct.

91

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

89

Oct.

47

June 11

44

June

94

Feb.

13
17

91% Oct.
91% Oct.
70

Mar.

2
13

1
8

Aug. 23
Oct. 20

102
105

102%
101%

Sale
Sale

101% Sale
101% Sale

69% Oct.
Oct.
104% Oct.
101% Oct.
100% Oct.
101

17
14

5
11
13

87% Sale

89

Sale

86% Oct.
91% Oct.
101
Oct.
88
Oct.

Feb.

Feb.

10 102% Sept.29

Apr.

90

Sale
Sale

Sale

2
86%
9 102%
17 105%
11 102%

June 14

98% Apr. 22
93
July 22
88% Mar. 10
93% Sept. 9

Feb.

W2
93

5

7 101% Oct.
5
90
Oct.

20
18

2
71% June
82
July
6
86
July
1
70
May 31

Oct.

10

85% Aug. 20

Oct.

19

88

11

93% Oct.

Counties Gas

of California

16

75

95

Sale

102

1957

53*s Series B
1st 5c ref 43*8

13

June 30

1954

5s

see page

91%
91%
68%
78%
102%
105%
102%
102%

Feb.

24

Oct.

...1955

Southern Calif Gas 5s

Southern

For footnotes

1952
1954

77%

Sale

13

55

9

42

13% July
74% July

1949

Silica Gel Corp 63*% notes
with warrants
1932

Jan.

102% Oct. 27
70% Mar. 19
66% Aug. 26

Sierra 5c San Francisco

Power 5s series B-_

8
9

78

Sale
10

3,318.000 Shawinigan W 5c P 4%s_.1967
4series B
1968
963,000
58 series G
1970
1,859,000
2,421,000
4%s series D
1970
154,000 Sheffield Steel 53*"-—-1948

20,000

26

71

61%

....1949

219,000 Sheridan Wyo Coal 6s

7

25% Jan.
37% July
10% Aug.
10
July
98% July
52% June
53% Oct.
50
May
52% May
53% June
59% May

Sale

92,000 Schulte Real Est Co 6s...1935
6s without warrants
1935
268,000
1937
16,000 Scran ton Elec 5s
212,000 Seattle Ltg Co 5s
78,000 Servel Inc 5s

17

71

25%

1937

480,000 Scripps (E W) Go 5%a

4

7 103% Oct. 28
7 93% Sept. 26
31 103 ~ Oct. 25

Public Works—

6s

1
3

25% Sept. 6
May 26
95
July 14 102% Oct. 26
1
87% June
2 98% Oct.
Sept.27
95
Feb. 11 104
85
Apr.
1
61% Aug.
3
Apr.
1
82
Apr.
1 82

98% Oct.

24

w*

98
Sept. 9
25% Aug. 20
24
Aug. 20
64
Aug. 23

5

11

1958

1932

27

89

93

1958

5% G notes

Mar. 10

1

San Diego Cons G 5c E—

Saxon

June

80% Oct.

80

100,000
5%s series D
1960
66,000 San Joaquin L & P 6e B..1952
5s series D
...1957
83,000
1955
373,000 Sauda Falls Co 5s

4,317,000
483,000

4

Oct.

80

1944

5s series B reg.

9
22

83% Aug. 23
102
Sept. 29
Aug. 26
Oct.
3
77
78
Aug. 23

31

Salmon River Power 5s..1952
San Ant Pub Serv 5s

Jan.

Oct.

Sale
Sale

64

Sale

St Louis Gas 8c Coke 6S..1947
Safe Harbor Water Pr 4%s *79

84

69

69
67

222,000 Ryerson (JosT) 5c Sons *sl943

St Paul Gas Light 5s

Mar.

July
July
July

77% Oct.
97% Oct.

64

76% Sale

1962

741,000
47,000
2,703,000
39,000
418,000
5,000

5

0

90% Sept. 10
91% Sept.27

June

58

...

1954
1953
1958

Oct.

112

June

70

101%
75

With warrants
155,000
836,000 Rem'ton Arms 5 % % notes *33
1.313,000 Republic Gas Corp 6s A.. 1945
6s A ctfs of deposit..
99,000
1945
1,269,000 Rochester Cent Pow 5s A 1953

142,000 Rochester Ry 5c Lt 5s
2,280,000 Ruhr Gas Co 6%s
610,000 Ruhr Housing 6%s A

70

Oct.

91% Oct.
81% Oct.

Oct.

Reliance Management 5s. 1954

2,188,000 Rochester G 5c E 5s E

8

18

Oct.

48

80%

1941

paid

13
12

Mar.
9
72% June 29 90
Oct.
8
84
68
July 13
Oct.
3
103
Aug. 31 106%
101
July
1 105% Oct. 15
Jan.
14
10
5
Apr. 13
Mar. 14
63
57
Apr. 15
June 25
65
37
Aug. 30
80
Aug. 24
42% July 22
98
June
9
67
Aug. 24
7
Oct. 21
62
70% Oct.
7
96% Feb. 10 103% Oct.
Oct.
1
1
58
15% June

3 106% Oct.

R ad io-Keith-Orpheum—
Deb 6s full

7
67% Oct.
Aug. 19

67% Oct.
80

79% Oct.

87

78% Sale
78% Sale

48,000 Quebec Power 5s
1968
135,000 Queens Boro G 5c E 5%8_1952
42,000
4%s
1958

128,000

Sept. 7
99% Sept. 26

17

68

83% Oct.

........1937

4%s series D

4

88

5a series C
1961
60,000
922,000 Pub Serv Subsid 5Ha A..1949
2,566,000 Puget Sound P 5c L 5%s_1949
5s series C
1950
722,000

2,182,000

6

23

2 106%

Aug.

101

56

1956

4%§ series P

5

8ct.
ct.

June

26

56% Oct.

103

31

Oct.

68% Jan.

98

70

1978

6%s series G

100

38

92
62

6% perpetual certificates..

Pub Serv of Okla 5s D...1957

13

1

83

Pub Serv of Nor Ills 5s C.1966

1980
1981

3

Feb.

3

106% Oct.
103% Oct.

Sale

3

Oct.

102% Sept. 28
6% Aug. 26

6

Oct.

95

74

11

87% Aug. 24
100% Oct. 14
100
Sept. 20

99% Oct.

20 101

85

88% Sale

1955

4%s series D
4%s series E

70

4

3

62

Sale

Pub Serv of N H 4%a B..1957

5s

Jan.

101% Mar. 29 107%

31 106% Oct.
Oct.
50
22

Pub Service Co of N J—

567,000
310,000
279,000
300,000
714,000
1,670,000
8,116,000
508,000

Oct.

June

Service Newark

Terminal 5s

Oct.

Oct.

61% Oct.

65

63%

Procter 5c Gamble 1H>-1947
1954

7,000
90,000

Sale

Sale

Prussian Elec 6s
Public

63

65

80

95%

7 98%
16 105%

77% Oct.

61% Sale

....

July
Apr.

4

Oct.

92

Aug. 22
Aug.
8

May 28
99
Aug. 16
76
Juiy 14
7
75% July
97% Aug. 1C

Phlla Suburb Cos G 5c E

1st 8c refunding 4%a„.1957
243,000
55,000 Phlla Suburb Water 5s__1955
Piedmont Hydro-Electric Co
6%s class A
1960
1,141,000
137,000 Piedmont & Northern 5s. 1954
1949
142,000 Pittsburgh Coal 6s
211,000 Pittsburgh Steel 6s
1948
.1939
163,000 Poor tic Co 6s
24,000 Portland Gas & Coke 5s. 1940
470,000 Potomac Edison 5s ser E.1956
series F.^_....^.196l
135,000
8,000 Potomac Elec Pow 6s B..1953
Con sol mtge 5s
29,000
1936
6,000 Potrero Sugar 1st 7s
1947
53,000 Power Corp of Can 5a A..1957
206,000
4%s series B
1959
269,000 Power Corp of N Y 5%«__1947
6 J-*8 series A
51,000
1942
4,000 Power Securities Corp 6s. 1949

10909*

June
July

84% July

95% Oct.

98% Oct.
20 105% Oct.

7
18

Mar. 11

81% June
86

Oct.

84% Mar. 10
Aug. 25

May
June

84

16
20

Jan.

15

77% Sept. 24
72
June 13
84
May 20

June

Sale

82

1957

Peoples Lt tic Pow 5s

99%
91

66

25

June 20

10% Oct, 19
64% July
7
69
July 25
8u
May 21

1952
8,000 Penn Glass Sand 6s
2,000 Pa & N Y Canal & RR 5s.l939
Without warrants..
492,000
5%s series B
1959
720,000
1,202,000 Penn-Ohlo P & L 5.1*8 A.1954
1956
602,000 Penn Power Co 5s
1947
210,000 Penn Pub Serv 6s C
5s series D
1954
68,000
1960
134,000 Penn Telep Corp 5s C

10
29

71% Mar.
9
82% Oct. 18
60
Feb. 23
85
Aug. 22
86
Jan. 15

3

June

47

11

10% Oct.
71% Oct.

1949

Penn Electric 4s series F.1971

Prices-

June 16 106% Oct.
85
Feb.
1

39

84

..1949

Sale

50% June

Penn Dock & Warehouse Co

6s with warrants

Highest.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Prices

75% Oct.

..1979

5s.

( 90,000

Ask

Highest.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.
Bid.

1942

Pacific Power & Light 5s. 1955

88,000 Palmer Corp of Louis 6s '38
1936
76,000 Park tic Til ford 6s

1,111,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

AGGREGATE SALES.

Jan.

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

87

Oct.

10

87

Sept.13
Oct.

1

Sept.28
90

Oct.

90

Sept.

18

3

NEW
AGGREGATE SALES.

CURB

EXCHANGE

BONDS (Continued)—
Gaa Co 6 %a

Jan. 2
1932.
Bid.

Southern

Oct.' 1.

Ask.

Bid.

Ask

Oct. 31.

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices.

Ask

Bid.

29%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

87

84% Oct.
99% Oct.

Sale

100% Sale

10

14
13

43

100

Oct.

51

Oct.

Southwestern P 5c L 6s..2022
Southwest Pub Serv 6s A. 1945

15,000 Springfield G & E 5s A...1957
230,000 Staley (A E) Mfg 6s
.1942
Standard Gas & Elec 6s

2,914,000
2,255,000
1,516,000
1,298,000
518,000

Conv 6s

19 '5

1935

6s

1951

6s

a7%
71

"77" Sale'
62 %

1939

32

Stand Power Ac Lt 4s._..1957
Standard Telep 5%s A
1943

Stinnes (Hugo) Corp
7s Oct 1 '36 without warr..
1,477,000
7s 1946 without warrants..
1,002,000
2,000 Strawbrldge & Clothier 5s *48
2,566,000 Studerbaker Corp 6s
1942
1937
18,000 Stutz Motor Car 7%a
511,000 Sun Oil 5%a
1939
5% notes..
347,000
.........1934
88,000 Sun Pipe Line 5s
1940
808,000 Super Power of 111 4%8__1970
6s
16,000
1961
4%«
1968
1,035,000
1940
1,618,000 Swift & Co 5s.
5s

1,355,000
1,568,000 Syracuse Ltg 5s B
1st & ref 5%s
50,000

308.000 fenn Elec Power 5s
18,000 Tenn Power Co 5s

Sale

47
31

Sale

30

Sale
Sale

41

Oct.

25

42%
38%

Sale
Sale

74% Sale
65% Sale

52%

68
65
66

Sale
Sale

56%

Sale

Sale

Sale

89

Sale

49% Sale

6s

Sale

6s series A

■75% Sale
92% Sale
101%, Sale

73%

Sale

75%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

92%
101%
102%

El 5s E.

Oct.

8
4

32

3

Oct.
Oct.

4

Oct.

15

11

10

66

35

June

2

11

57% Oct.

30

June

2

10

55
71
71
55

30

26

14
19
11

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

50
June
2
23% May 31

Oct.

Oct.

25

38% Oct.

7
11

44

42% Oct.
65

27

Oct.

3
5

4
10

Oct.

25 100
20
95

10

74%
91%
101%
102%
105%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Octi
Oct.

9
6

Jan.

7

60% Sept. 21
50
Aug. 15
100% Oct. 10

86

Feb.

100

July
Apr.

79

June

19

77
94

Oct.

1 102%

13

Oct.

1

Oct.

25

Oct.

5

Oct.

25

100

Oct.

6

June
Feb.

July

14

90

Oct.

8

78
83

11

88

Oct.

20

67

13

Sale

16% Oct.
88% Oct.

31

89

88

31

18

19% Oct.
91% Oct.

4

67

25

90

4
4

90
22

99%

Sale

Oct.

62

100%

Oct.

27

100% Oct.

68

1

27

Oct.

7

102%

Sale

98%

Feb.

26

88

Oct.

20

72% Oct. 13
58% Aug. 20
Aug. 24

fsA
irA

June

1

101% Oct.

26

% Oct.

24

% Oct.

29

Sale

32

Oct.

14

37

Oct.

4

19

Oct.

18

24

Oct.

3

10

10

74% Oct.
1% Oct.

10

26

13 102% Oct.
13 100% Oct.

25

100
160

Sale

Sale

99

Sale

99% Oct.
99% Oct.
98% Oct.

17 101% Oct.
7
99% Oct.
22

100% Sale
98% Sale

Oct.

Oct.

1
3

101% Oct. 26
102
Auf. 29
3% Jan. 21
Aug. 24

44

June 28

May 26
1% Oct. 26

90
84

5

81

Feb.

24 101% Oct.

1

99

Oct.

26

14

77

Oct.

29

32

June

1

Sale'

56

Sale

49%

Sale

49% Oct.

31

53

Oct.

3

Sale

49

Oct.

25

52% Oct.

6

19

Oct.

61

Oct.

1

34

3

30
May 31
52
July
7
32% June 14
59% July 20
34
July 13

60

Sale

51

Sale

51

55%

Sale

50% Sale

48

81% Sale
59

Sale

49

62%

74

"58% Sale"

Sale

53% Sale

Oct.

31
19

73% Oct.

28

55% Oct.
76% Oct.

4

Oct.
Oct.

17

59

Oct.

5

15

84% Oct.

6

Oct.

26

56

Oct.

1

52

78
50

"56" Sale'

14% May 26
May 16

12
15

Sale

8% Oct.

99%

10% Oct.

5

Sale

Sale

3 100

Oct.

20

55

Oct.

26

59

Oct.

14

48

57

46%

Sale

26

Oct.

21

55

Oct.

4

99% Oct.

44

Oct.

22

51

Oct.

8

35

Oct.

27

54% Oct.

4

32% Oct.

25

53

3

Oct.

53

Oct.

2

21
15
96
66
35

Oct.

3

92

Oct.

1

94

Oct.

Oct.

25

69

Oct.

28
25

65

Oct.

2i

70% Oct.

7

46

99

Oct.

15
28

88

40

Sale

93% Sale

100

Sale

99%
99%

Sale
Sale

99% Oct

27

5 101
.28 101

Oct.
Oct.

June 14

June 17
Apr. 20

3

99% Oct. 19
92% Oct.
5
99
Sept. 27
77
53

Oct.

29

Oct.

3

52% Oct.
6
71% Aug. 25
70
Aug. 23
85

Jan.

2

68% Jan.

14

88

Mar.

3

68

Aug. 23

12

June 17
Jan. 14
Mar. 24

29

May 26 40
June 13
39% Aug. 23
Jan.
4 100
Feb.
4
Jan. 14 100
Sept.14

May 17
5
27% May
25% July 18
2
21% June
24
Apr. 19
21
8
Apr.
22% Apr. 14
6
59% Jan.
65
5
Aug.

69

92

Aug. 18
79% Aug. 29
4% Sept. 3

Aug.
3 103
Sept. 29
99% Oct. 13 100% Oct. 25

19

92% Oct.

37

94

May 26
Aug. 12
91% June 20

97X Oct.
72

Sale

Oct.

Feb. 29
Mar. 24

Sept. 29
Sept. 14
68% Sept. 28

63

26

Sale

Aug. 24

50

99% Oct.

§7% Sale'
22

92

July
July
81
July
101% Aug.
% Apr.
24% May

a% Sale
32% Sale

Sale

91%

5

12

46

101% Sale

89

95

25

103

Sale

19% Sale

Oct.

92% Man >9

June

74% Oct.
1% Oct.

34

1G6

70% July

Oct.
31 102% Oct.
11
43
Oct.

Mar. 14

2

May
32% June
63
May
8
Apr.

4

39

102% Sale

5

Oct.

17
27
23
23
23

Aug. 16
104% Sept. 30

42

72% Oct.
52% Oct.
88

Oct.

90
80
95
103

June

26

Aug.
Sept.
Aug.
Sept.
Aug.

95

54% June
67
May
92% June
94
Apr.

19 104
6 106
92

8

Jan.

80
52

17

78
Sept. 8
70
Aug. 31
65% Sept. 9
65
Aug. 31
62
Sept. 8
62
Aug. 30
62

June 28
76
June
1 101

99% Oct.

Sept.12

94% Sept.22
83

28 101

Jan.

15

Aug. 23
Oct.

15

Oct.

28

Oct.

Jan. 22
June 29

Mar. 24

65

5
61

12

Oct.

85

Feb.

12% Oct.

18

Oct.

14

Sept. 27

40% Apr.

10

May 25
July
5
Mar. 16
July
8
Juily
7
June 10
July
8

49

65

16

Sale

96

97%

Sale

71

Sale

65

11% Sale

Oct.

97% Oct.
67% Oct.
55% Oct.

11

Sale

88% Sale

Oct.

7% Oct.
7
88

Oct.
Oct.

99%
1

11

28
20

6

20
11

Oct.

10

99% Oct.
72% Oct.
61% Oct.

18

69

Oct.

40

11% Oct.

1
28

10

Oct.

3
4

89% Oct.
86% Oct.

4

97% Sale

97

Oct.

13

98

Oct.

3

22%

Sale

31

Oct.

1

Sale

1

67

96

Sale

22% Oct.
62% Oct.
94% Oct.

31

64

6

96

Oct.
Oct.

3

48% Oct.

13

57% Oct.

4

29

89

863^ Oct.
95

Sale
31

Sale

62% Sale

West Penn Pow 4s H.
1961
West Penn Traction 5s._1960

59% Sale

56%

Sale

50

Sale

89

Sale

82

Sale

100

Sale

82

102
100

1954

1958

Sept.
Sept.

4

31

1944

5Hs Series B

49% Oct.
July

Jan.

46

Oct.

51

20

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

75
Sept. 8
70% Aug. 27

24

Oct.

2030

1952

71

Oct.

4

4

15

23
23
23
23
3

67

May
17% June

30
86

14

Oct.

47

22

65

Jan.

74
Oct.
83% Aug.
83
Aug.
77% Aug.
74% Aug.

Oct.

40

Newspaper Union—

1942

2

81

72% Sept. 16
82

76% Oct.

85

Sale

5s

June

20
29
22
22
29
25
26

7
July 19
81% Sept. 8
79% Oct. 29
79
Aug. 24
39
Aug. 23

31

Oct.

73% Oct.

85% Sale
16% Sale

19

Wisconsin Pub Serv—
6s Series A

Aug.

72% July 27
45
July
5
32 % June
2

May 31
50% May 31

55% Oct.

Sale

Sale

36,000 Wis Minn Lt & Pow 5s
1944
213,000 Wisconsin P Ac L 5s E
1956
5s series F
309,000
—.1958

1

71
82
74
65

11

100% Oct.

88

Sale

Wis Elec Pow 5s A

60

2

18

Sale
Sale
Sale

64

Wheeling Elec Co 5s
1941
Wickwlre Spencer 7Hs.-1932

3
2

1

5
7

86%
19%
91%

1952

West Texas Util 5s A
1957
West United G & E 5Hs A 55
Westvaco Chlorine 5Hs__1937

47 % June
11% May
35% June

Oct.

68% Oct.

Sale

57%

6a

14

15

77%

1950




58
73

69

1946

56.

24

29

Sale

5s series B

page

Oct.

69

6s

aee

80

79% Oct.
70% Oct.

Sale

528,0

96,000
4,000
51,000

15

21

Sale

1956

624,000 West Penn Elec 5s...

June

14

70

1947

Waldorf Astoria Corp—
1st 7s with warrants
1,434,000
1954
7s with warr C O D
42,000
1954
7,000 Wanamaker (J) Phila 5%s 49
168,000 Ward Baking Co 6s
1937
7,000 Wash Ry & Elec 4s
...1951
442,000 Wash Water Power 5s
1960

Aug.
Sept.
50% Aug.
52
Aug.
97% Aug.
103
Aug.
60
Aug.

May 10
Apr. 15

Sale

892,0

282,000
1,000
3,518.000
548,000
289,000
7,000
20,000
87,000

4

58

10,000 Valspar Corp 6s
—1940
47,000 Valvoline Oil 7s
1QV
246,000 Van Camp Packing 6s...1948
Van Swerlngen
Corp—
6s with warrants
33,000
...1935
356,000 Virginia Elec Power 5s
1955
52,000
5Hs
1942
27,000 Virginia Power Co 5s.
1942
1,027,000 Virginia Pub Ser 5%s A..1946

deb

1

99

89% Oct.
86% Oct.
84% Oct.

...2022

5s series D

Conv

95
30

4

10

85%

1945

34,000 U S Radiator 5s ser A
1938
47,000 United Rys of Havana 7%a '36
52,000 U S Rubber 6H% notes._1932
Serial 6H% notes
372,000
1933
177,000
Serial 6%% notes
193<
461,000
Serial 6H% notes
1935
190,000
Serial 6H% notes
.1936
Serial 6%% notes
424,000
1937
Serial 6%% notes
254,000
1938
Serial 6%% notes
302,000
1939
Serial 6H% notes..... 1940
262,000
Serial 6s
3,913,000
1933
123,000 Utah Power & Light 5s_.1944

Western

4

a7% Oct.

1

13

93

102

78
70

Sale

1962

.1942

Aug.
July
July
Aug.
July

24

1957

.

June

93%
25%
26%
95%

Oct.

31

Oct.

62

97% Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

95

United Porto Rican Sugar

497,000

38% Oct.

1

49% Oct.

"99% Sale'

1956

United El Serv (Unes) 78.1956
630,000
Without warrants
1,653,000 United Indus 6 He—
1941
1st 6s
960,000
1945
667,000 United Lt At Pow 6%s.
1974
Deb 6s
1,485,000
..1975
414,000
5Hs
...1959
4,449,000 United Lt At Rye 5 He
1952
6s series A
751,000
1952
Deb 6s series A
208,000
1973

45

Sale

..1954

2,031,000
5s new
295,000
1957
5s series B
552,000
1967
2,448,000 Union Gulf Corp 5s
1950
31,000 Union Terminal Co 5s.—1942
220,000 United Elec of N J 4s
1949

67

99% Oct.

1944

1956

57
43
41

Sale

100

76%

Union Electric Lt Ac Pow (Mo)
5s...
1957

For footnotes

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

1,630,000 Ulen Ac Co 5a
1944
131,000 Union Amer Invest 5s A.1948
19,000 Union Gas Util 6%s A.-.1937

8.000

59%
51%
49%
a68%

55

Sale

65

53%

7,000 Tri-State Tel & Tel 5%s A 42
588,000 Trl Utilities Deb 5s
197«j
809,000 Twin City Rap Tr 5%s A.1952

1,192,000 Utica Gas &

59

68

6s
526,000
..2022
5s
740,000
1937
388,000 Thermoid Co 6s with warrl934
268.000 Tide Water Power 5s A...1979

159:000

30

Sale

59

1957

1,351.000
6% 8 without warrants. 1953
258,000 Texas Cities Gas 5s
1948
1960
2,351,000 Texas Elec Service 5s

5,000
6H% series A
275,000 United Pub Serv

30%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

64% Sale

65
75

1970
Terni Hydro-Electric Co—

131.000 Toledo Edison Co 5s

75
73
60

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Tenn Pub Serv 5s

843.000 Texas Gas Utilities 6s
1,701.000 Texas Power & Lt 5s

78% Sale
79% Sale

66
81

5s without warrants...1937

3,229,000
260,000

a7% Oct.

Sale

75" Sale"

1966

Standard Invest 5%s

217,000

237,000

Sale

Sale

4

21 101%
31
57%

Sale

51

31

49% Oct.

041% Oct.
97% Oct.

42% Sale

1938

5s series B
1957
Southwestern L Ac P 5s.. 1957
Southwest Nat Gas 6s
1945

1
87
Oct.
15 101% Oct.

Oct.

40

Sale

43

Southwestern Dairies—

Southwestern G 8c E 5s..1957

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Salef rices.
1

84%
101%
49%

.

warr

Lowest

Sale Prices.

1935

Without warr
150,000
■„
1,254,000 Southern Ind G & E 5%s_1957
2,208,000 Southern Nat Gas 6s
1944
Without privilege
248,000
1943
18,000 Southern Pub Utll 5s
27,000 So Jersey G & E Trac 5s. 1953
1961
55,000 So'west Assoc Tel 5s A

6%« with

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

EXCHANGE

1.

31,000
984,000
82,000
452,000
675,000
1,243,000
15,000

55

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

NEW YORK

CURB

Since
Jan.

YORK

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

99% Oct.

85% Sale

85

Oct.

7

21 103
1 100

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

11 100
5
87

Oct.

Oct.

7

79

95%
90%
52%
34%
50

3% May 31
4
July 30
Aug. 26

87
73

June 30

83% Sept. 14
83
July 12

20

6

Jan.

30

99% Oct.

10
8
18

96% Apr.

99% Oct.
80

Aug. 23
70% Feb.
3
76
Aug. 23

20% Jan..
9
12
Sept.26
93

May 19
93
Sept. 9
86% Oct.
7
98% Sept. 8

14% Apr.
35% May

35

84
74
25

June

96

Oct.

Mar.

74.

Mar. 12

65
90

Feb.

4

99

Feb.

Sept.30
103% Sept.20

1

95

June

100

Oct.

23
90

July

46

Jan.

16

June

100

Oct.

11

Oct.

24

3

1

11
24

July
62% May

75

Aug. 15
Aug. 22
3

19

1

92

Oct.

4

July
71% June
69
May

87

8

Oct.

27
25

89% Oct.

84

92

Oct.

92

Oct.

27

Oct

7

75

95

Apr.

1

93% Oct.

18
25

95
95

95

Octg

4

92

Sept.30

87% Oct.

93% Sale

89

Oct.

Oct.

4

90% Oct.

14

May 24
93% Oct. 18
73
June
2

89% Sept.29
4

NEW

56

EXCHANGE

CUR3

YORK

NEW YORK

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

Jan. 2

Ask

Bid.

(Concluded) —

BONDS

$

$ 1

3,000

Hid.

Ask.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Hnte Prices.

Sate Prices

Oct. 31.
Ask.

Hid

60

93 *

227,000 Yadkin River Power 58..1941
2,000 York Ice Machinery 6s—1937
6s
1947
1,000
1937
61,000 York Rys Co 5s

64,000

Oct. 1.

1932.

1.

Jan.

October.

JAN. 1.

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

AGGREGATE SALES.

Sale

86

Sale

85

11

Oct.

93* Oct.

June 31
Aug. 25
Aug. 11

94* Sept. 21
50
Aug. 25
60
Aug. 11

June

88* Apr. 20

78

1

50

Oct.

14

85

Oct.

4

70

28* Oct.

17

38* Oct.

10

13

39

Oct.

4

2

22

Oct.

21

83

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL
vfc ~»cul

Col—

Mtge Bk Rep of

399,000

20-year 7*

22

455,000
475,000

20-year 7a

22

Jan 15 1946
Jan 15 1947
Baden (Germany) 7»
1951
2,513,000 Buenos Aires (Prov) 7*«_1947
7s
1952
1,224,000

25,000
27,000
104,000
236,000
98,000

Sale
Sale

2,347,000

207,000
24,000

947,000
173,000
90,000

21,000

19,000

234,000
5,731,000
4,029,000
428,000
700,000

28,000
319,000

55,000
84,000
92,000
14,000
4,000
18,000

Bk

112,000
57,000
218,000

5

39

Oct.

1

9* Sale

9

Oct.

6

10* Oct.

48

Oct.

25

38

Oct.

11

21

84

Oct.

31

61* Oct.
43* Oct.
87* Oct.

75

Oct.

10

79

Oct.

27

38

13,000
16,000
1,000
17,000

330,000
1,332,000
653,000
966,000

45,000
35,000

12,000
12,000
6,000
par

value,

n

German Cons Munlc

Sale

Jan.
2
Jan.
4
16* May 24
26* Juno 24
24* June 20

1951

Russian

5Ks

—..—

5*s certificates
Saar Basin Con Counties

Bank

a

the range were
>v

„

_

_

(Colombia) 7s, 1947,
E 5s 1951,

$3,000 at

pref. B, 10 at 5 Jan. 11

& Pow. 4*s, ser

C, 1956, $3,000 at

Interstate l^elep.

5s A 1961. $2,000 at 68 May 9
Jones & L. Steel 5s 1939, $3,000 at 103* Mar. 31
Kansas City Gas 6s 1942, $4,000 at 98 Ma-. 1
Penn
Cent. Lt. & Pow. 5s, 1979, $2,000 at 89
24

Co. of Nor

111. 5s, 1956, $1,000 at

24.

111. 4*s, 78. $1,000 at 85 Feb. 8
Rio de Janeiro 6*s, 1959, $12,000 at 16 * Jan. 18
Shawlnigan Water & Power 4*s B 1968, $2,000

Pub. Ser. Nor.

Southern Calif.
Sun Oil Go.

Edison 5s, 1954, $2,000 at

5s 1934, $1,000 at




Sale

7

52

Oct.

3

Sale
Sale

36* Oct.

26

49

Oct.

1

Sale

74

27
26

Oct.

40

Oct.
Oct.

43

Sale

42

s50

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

7

10*
29

20*

Sale

Sale

32

Oct

36

75

39

Oct.

26
27

42* Oct.
41* Oct.

17

72* Oct.
5* Oct.

26
18

75

Oct.

29

Oct.

10* Oct.

fl6

24
28

9* Sale

102 Sept. 7

103,

15

17

7

Oct.

31

31

15

Oct.

5

9

Sale

Sept. 29
39* Sept. 13
43
Sept. 30
46
Sept. 30
43* Jan. 28
39

Oct.

17

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

6

7*
9*
1*
1*
1*
1*

Oct.

1 * Oct.

1* Oct.

98* Oct.
Oct.

103

Deferred delivery sales,

Mar. 9

"Deferred delivery" sales affecting
were made as follows in 1932;

the range

Capital Corp. com. B, 700 at * June 14
American Solvents & Chemical 6*s w. w. 1936,
$1,000 at 14* Mar. 17
Assoc. G. & E. 5s, 1950, $3,000 at 8, July 14.
Binghamton L. H. & P. 5s, 1946, $1,000 at 93,
Am.

Oct. 26.

* June 1

$4,000 at 16* May 28
5 *s '37, $1,000 at 29 May 28
Commonwealth
Edison 4*s, series E,
1960,
$60,000 at 96, Oct. 26.
Com'wealth & Sou. warrants, 500 at * June 15
Cont'l G. & E. 7% Pr. pref., 25 at 36*. July 1.

Commerz und Privat

75

4* July
5
9* May 20

10

May 21
Jan.
2
Jan.
4
June 16

17

26
14
3

3

88

6

7* Oct.
6* Oct.

10

8

10

19

17

Apr. 14
Jan. 25
Jan. 23
16
Feb. 17
76* Oct. 18
63
Oct. 14

16

11* Jan.

26

Jan.

20

May 23

Oct.
3* June
3
June
* Apr.
* Apr.
* May
* July

...

24

21

Sept. 9
Aug. 31
Feb. 16
Sept. 2

41

49

37
37

2

16

21
14
25
5

3
3

Aug. 11
Aug. 11

3* Aug. 11
3

Aug. 11

9 98* Oct. 19
Mar. 18 103* June 21

Jan.

13* Aug. 25
2* July
1
4
May 17

38* Mar. 17
13
13

Feb.
Jan.

18
2

Employers' Reinsurance Corp., 100 at 14, June 28.
Gen. W. W. & El. 6s B 1944. $10,000 at 6 June 6
Hamburg Elev. Underground & Street Ry. 5*s
1938. $5,000 at 23* May 25
Interstate Equities Corp. 200 at * May 21
Interstate Power 5s 1957, $5,000 at 70 Mar. 10
Iowa P. S. 5*s, 1959, $1,000 at 84 Feb. 1.
K. C. Gas 1st 6s 1942, $5,000 at 97 * Jan. 15
Middle West Util. 5s 1934, $1,000 at 1 * May 28
Middle West Util. 5s 1935, $5,000 at 1 * May 28
Nat. Pub. Serv. 5s ctfs. of dep., 1978, $5,000
at 27, Oct. 15.
New Bradford Oil 500 at * Feb. 8
Pacific Western Oil 6*s w. w. 1943, $1,000 at
46* June 7
Pub. Ser. Nor. 111.. 7% pf., 75 at 68 Apr. 5
Securities Corp. General, 300 at 2 Apr. 9
Southern Gas Co. 6*s, 1935, $1,000 at 94 Aug. 30
Southwest Dairy Products deb. 6*s 1938, $1,000
at 7 Jan. 20
Superpower Co. 6s 1961, $1,000 at 77 June 7
Tri-Utilities Corp. deb. 5s '79, $2,000 at 3 * Feb. 1
Union Term.(Dallas) 5s '42, $2,000 at 75 June 14
_

6 * Sept. 28
Welch Grape Juice, 25 at 37 * Jan. 27
Wheeling Electric 5s 1941, $1,000 at 101 May 18
Universal Pictures common. 100 at

Central States Elec. com. 100 at

June 24
3* Feb. 19

13

x Ex-dividend.

Sylvanite Gold Mines, 100 at * Jan. 27
1947, $1,000 at 94 Apr. 26
United Lt. & Rys. deb. 6s 1973, $2,000 at 65*

Toledo Edison 5s

Cities Service deb. 5s 1950,

17
5

Oct.

4

r Sold for cash,

3
1

42* Oct.
41* Oct.

83

31
29

6* Oct.

Oct.

19

Oct.

5

Sale

Sale

Oct.

49

98* Oct.
18 103* Oct.

10

20* Oct.
10*

52

4

Oct.

5* Oct.
8* Oct.
1* Oct.
1

44* Jan.

13* May 31
14
June
1'
15
May 26

18

63

Oct.

Oct.

14

21 * July
1
15
May 31

14

10

76* Oct.

15* Jan.

61* Oct.
5
43* Oct. 21
90
Sept. 30
79
Oct. 27

18

30

Oct.

May 28

20* May 31
11* May 28
53
Jan.
7
45
Feb. 13

26

34

9* Oct.
75* Oct.

Sale

9

Oct.

28* Oct.

Oct.

63

5

6* Oct.

27* Oct.

Sale

1919
1921
1921

Sold under the rule.

14

41*

Govt iH'..-—1919

6*0 certificates—

3
5

Sale

40

Argentina

106* Sept. 21

Serv.

Sale
Sale

(Colombia) 7s..1951

7*.

BlSteSone* ViufeTG2&
Cities Service

Sale
Sale

48*
47*
40

23*
20*

(City), Peru, 6*«..195£
Boranhao (State) 7s.
195f

Medellln

Sale

84

.

Lima

"Under the rule" sales affecting
made as follows in 1932;

Agricultural Mtge.

10*

79

7s....
1935
240,000
215,000 Saarbruecken (City) 7s..1935
Santa Fe (City) Argentina
Republic extl 7a
1945
110,000
1949
203,000 Santiago (Chile) 7s
31,000 Santiago (City of) 7s.--.1961

32,000
10,000

Sale

-

.j.

1947
497,000 Mtge Bk of Bogota 7k
7s Issue of 1927 (A&O). 1947
493,000
769,000 Mtge Bank of Chile f.. - 1931
79,000 Mtge Bank of Denmark 5«1972
2*000 Newfoundland (Govt) 5s.1952
159,000 Parana t State of j, Brax7s_'6H
1959
332,000 Rio de Janeiro 6*8

28,000
6,000
2,000

Autr

Oct.
Oct.

28

50* Sale

11

Danzig P A Wat'way Ba
external » f 6 V4s
...1952

1,087,000

256,000
15,000
17,000

qo

43
46

Oct.

Sale
Sale

Sale

of German

vtendoza (Prov)

Autr

24
26

30

41

7s._1947
6s
-1947
Hanover (City) Ger 7s
193t
Hanover (Prov) 6*8
1949
Indus Mtge Bk of Finland
1st mtge coll s f 7s—-.1944
858,000

454,000

Pub.

40* Oct.
34* Oct.

4

36

State &
Prov Banks 6s
1951
6s
-.1952
Danish Cons Munlc 5*«_1955
5s..
1953
Cent

Conn. Lt.

Sale

32

26

39

iDept of) Rep of
Colombia extl ► f 7*.-.
1

216,000

23.000

No

Sale

...

Cauc* VaBej

+

37*

/

Pittsburgh Stock

e

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON PITTSBURGH
84,919
1,216,613

Shares

October
Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

October.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

1,092

STOCKS

1932.
Bid.-

Par

■

34,752

1,417

*

Blaw-Knox

Co

*

...

"565

14 Byers (A M) Co preferred.100
25
14,438 Calorixing Inc prof
25.584 Carnegie Metals Co.......10
•
6,020 Clark (D L) Candy

5,202

67.244

______

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

34,000

96,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

14,053 Armstrong Cork Co..—

650

$9,00(f

Jan. 2

*
2,416 Allegheny Steel..
*
5,570 Aluminum Good* Mfg
10 Amer Fruit Growers pref.100
3,243 Arkansas Nat Gas Corp .—*
Preferred
10
8,560

""loo

$1,000

Price

STOCKEXCHANGE
Since

Columbia Gas & Electric

Oct. 1.

Ask.

10

Ask.

30

Sale

Lowest

Prices

25

Sale

10

7X

Sale

10.627

1,005

6

7

1H
7%

*

in Oct.

4

12 n

Sale
m

Oct.

8

11% Oct.

10

1H Oct.
n n oct

.....

AH

Hachmelster-Llnd Co

*

1,524

______

2i

8% Oct.

5

185

482,676

26,539

Lone Star Gas

*

50

70 McCrady Rodgera pref
275 McKinney Mfg

_______

Oct.

2

AH

7

2

Oct.

7

65

....

J*.

3H

2%

"3"

3

58

55
8H

Sale

36

AH

,

59%
Sale

8

Oct.

4

Oct. *17

8

4

Oct.

27

21
5

50
6H

Sale

Oct.

13

5H Oct.
64H Oct.

50

Sale

65

58

3

53

5%

64

80

3 H

Oct.

24

57

Oct.

4

6H Oct.

11

8

Oct.

1

11,434

.....5

Mesta Machine.....

mm

mm

•

mm

-

mm

mm

Add
'

mm

2,891 Pittsburgh Forglhgs.
100 Pittsburgh Invest

mm

2",403

.

.

mm mm mm *m

6

6H
11H

7

9c

1AH

Sale
Sale

Oct.

29

6% Oct.
10H Oct.

12

7c

2H Oct.

3n

....

A

mm

2,000
8,590
3,708
9,104
5,215

mm

1,110
mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

505

San Toy Mining

"

2"232

18

16
3

14 H

14

Oct.

3

13 H

AH

25
13

16

Aug. 17

Sept. 16

85

Feb.

20

4

Oct.

27

5% Oct.

21

75
2

Jan.

2

2

Feb.

10

July 28

80

Jan.

June 11

69

Aug. 24

3H Apr.
8
Apr. 11

11

Sept.

42

Feb.

37
30

12

6

May 26
Aug.
3
Oct. 11

Oct.

4

5c

8n Oct.

20

15

7

Oct.

3

Jan.

20

Aug.
8
Apr. 12

18

2

6

Feb.

Aug. 25

25

3

Oct.

5

Oct.

18

8.4 H Obt.

3
17

11% Oct.

1

17H Oct.

2
1

July
Jan.

Sale

9H

Sale

9H Oct.

29

Oct.

2

1

United Engine Ac Fdy .__...*
United States Glass Co
25

18%

20

2

Oct.

7

9

Sale
.....

17

14

12

Sale

12

Oct.

31

14% Oct.

20

15

3

3

3

•

14

14

14

*

16 H

50

36 H

Sale
Sale

13

Sale

26 H

Sale

12% Oct.
2A% Oct.

13
13

16H Oct.
.37
Oct.

1
4

4

300 Worthington Ball Bear B.-*

18

2
18

22

12

1

Jan.

12

32

20% Sept.
534 Aug.
10
13
11

Aug. 10
Apr.
7
Aug. 29
6H Sept. 3
lc Aug. 11
4

5H Apr. 26
12
May 27
June 29

2
2
8

16

June 29

Apr.
1H Feb.
9% Apr.

Oct.

9% Sept.
3% Jan.

1

12

15

18

12

1

Jan.

10% Jan. 20
10c
Sept. 29
8% Oct. 20

6

Feb.

6
15

Sept. 21
19% Jan.
9
6
Aug.
3

Feb.

12% June
3
2% June 20

1

27

1 h

10

10 %

*

Jan.

53
103

10c

50

10

11H

6H

Standard 8teel Spring......*

41,806 Westlnghouse Air Brake
39,789 Westghouse El At Mfg

6,386

7

Jan.
Jan.

5

1

Shamrock Oil Ac Gas...._...*

913 Vanadium Alloy Steel.
565 Waverly Oil Works cl A

Jan.

11

580 Kuud Manufacturing
mm mm

mm

9
.Aug. 10
8% Jan. 27
14

Oct.

Security.*

Sale

21

21

60

7

20 H May 31

3%

Jan.

5% Jan.

Feb. 29
June 14

Jan.

9

10H

19

3

Sept.12

5H Oct.

11

100

200 Pittsburgh Steel Foundry.
..........5
40,378 Plymouth Oil
225 Reymers Brothers
.*

"i'loo
mm

11
11

100

25
35,711 Pittsburgh Plate Glass
20,207 Pitts Screw Ac Bolt Corp.... *

572

6c

...-50

200 Pittsburgh Coal Co
Preferred
138

mm

1

7

Sept.14

25
12

8% Feb. 13
21
Sept. 8

2

5

....50

9,469 Pittsburg Brewing
Preferred
8,057

1,126
1,550

Sale

"in "io"

100 Petroleum Exploration....25
........25c
14.200 ♦'hoenix Oil..

"3,200

9H

8 H Oct.

5% Oct.

12

18% Sale

*
...50

Preferred.

2,311

Mar.

1

30 Nat Fireproofing Corp

20

4

35

40

........

""240

21

Jan.

7

tS0

Preferred
50
5,176
1,498 Jones Ac Laughlln St'l pf-.lOO
3,667 Koppers Gas Ac Coke pref.100

130

Jan.

Apr. 22

2

56

10

....

.....100

Preferred.......

8,462 Independent Brewing-.

1,836

Jan.

50

30

Harb-Walker Refrac com..

20

"MOO

*

Preferred....

120

3
2

3

in oct,

1H

8

6

6
19

Aug. 10
47% July 15

25

Jan.

4

—

Jan.

Sept. 2
5H Apr. 20
AH June
2

3
7

100

4,825

2
15

80c

7H Sale
17 H Sale
in

5

10 Follansbee Bros pref

______

5H Feb.

10

90 Donahoes Inccl A

""165

3 H Sept.
10

5% Oct.
14

Feb.

1

4 % Oct.

A%
1%
—

Sept. 8
10% Jan. 12
15
30

3 H June

Oct.

6% Oct.

6

2

2H Oct.

A

Sale

Feb.

6H Oct.

2H Oct.

5

3%
AH

Aug. 25

May
5
July 22
3 n May 25

3

6

2%
....

June 18

8

30

A7H July
2

.........10

Devonian Oil..

Sale Prices.

6

8%

....

i %
4% Sale

Highest.

Sale Prices

Highest
Sale

Prices.

Sale

13

50

10 Consolidated Ice

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid

1,655 Crandall McK 8c Henderson.*

______

1931.

1932.;

October.

PITTSBURGH

AGGREGATE SALES.
In

Bond Sales.

1931.
200,568
1,274,574

1932.

Stock Sales.

AH July 26

9%
lc

2h
10%
23%
2

Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Apr.
Aug.
Sept.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

3
6
10
8
12
7
11
7
2
19
6

14% Aug. 20
3

Jan.

11

17% Sept. 1
43% Sept. 3
6% Feb. 10

UNLISTED.

390 Central Tube Co

'"200
mm

mm

mm

100 Electric Bond & Share

338

29,075
9,733
11,600
1,113

30

585

5,184
mm

mm mm mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

_*

934 Sept.
Oct.

2,957 Copperweld Steel.

mm

mm

mm

General Motors Corp
Gulf Oil Corp

l"6l7

260 Penna Industries, pf_.

2,577
1,139
5,912

18,356
6,946
36,594
86,767

7,457

Pennsylvania

RR

7

Oct.

14

12

Oct.

24

l7)TOct~"~I

71

66

Oct.

27

72

Oct.

3

72

Oct.

11

72

Oct.

11

1H Oct.

25c

21

2 % Oct.

6

50c

Sale

72

67

71

100
*
*

Sale

27%
34 n

Sale
Sale
Sale

19 H

25
100

West Public Service vtc ..*

15

30 H
42

.50

United States Steel

7

Mar. 29

10% Jan.

28

Feb.

13

10

13% Apr. 23
20
Sept. 8
39% Aug.
9
75c
July 26
82
Sept. 7
78
Sept. 8
May 23
4% Sept. 6
8
Apr. 13
23% Sept. 6
37% Sept. 8
52% Sept. 6
9% Sept. 6

H June
2
Sept. 16
6 % June
1
22 34 June
2
21% July 11
2% June
2
6

100

Standard Oil of N J

5

13% Apr. 23
1% July
5
24% June 30
15c
May
7
42
July
7
70
May 11
10c May 26

Sale

25

Lone Star Gas 6% pref... 100

1,500 Mayflower Drug Co
9,872 Penroad Corp vtc

"

12 H

10

Leonard Oil Development..25

6%% preferred

14

*

Sale
Sale
H Sale

5%

3% Sale

12%
27%
33H
5H

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10
13
28

10

60

Oct.

25

19H Oct.
31% Oct.

3

43% Oct.
7H Oct.

4
4

Oct.

25

1

20c

BONDS.

$11,000 McKinney Mfg 6s
1,000 Monongahela Coal 6s
22,000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6s

"l'ooo
*

No

par

value,

x




Ex-dividond.

TOash

25

1943
1949

1949

ab.

60

65

60

103
47

Aug. 25 25
July
9 103
Apr.
4 65

Aug. 25
July
9
Sept. 2 3

Exchange

New York Produce

RECORD

MONTHLY AND YEARLY

RANGE OF PRICES ON SECURITIES

Shares

1931.

759,108
7,253,402

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

-

mm

—

mm

mmmm

'mm

1,300

7c

Sale

25c

10c
1

9c

IK

.40

.60

25c

35c

20c

1
*

Basin Montana Tunnel A
—

*
1

Castle Tretheway Mines.... 1

IK
IK
2.35 Sale
1
3
.20 •
32
.12 Sale

mm

—

mi

mm

mm

28,800

10c

25c

IK
K

IK
X

!ft

319

12,000
m.

mm

mm

mm m

m-

mm

—

mm

—

—

—

300
mm

mm

—

1

.20 Sale

2.55 S^le
5K Sale

700

..10

Fuel Oil Motors Corp

100 General Water Treatment..*

mm

mm

.75

13
1.25

.80

2.00

..10

14,800

...»

-

1,200
mm

mm

Vitamin

Ironrite Ironer

519,500
1,100
915

_*

2

1

86 Preferred

-

mm

mm

mm

...

■»

—

8*

7,000

Seller.




8
8

20

Oct.

Sept.

1

Sept. 20
85 K Aiu<. 24

19

Oct.

5

22

11c

July

19
21

4

.» ?
5c

25c

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

20

Oct.

10

Feb.

3

K

Oct.

"29

Apr. 21
K June 27

20

12c" Oct" "24

18

IK Oct.

20

.08 Mar. 23
.12 Jan.
2
22c
Feb.
2

Mar. 11

1.75

1.90

1.50

K Oct.

1.20

4.00

1.40

Sale

1.860ct.

Oct.

1.00

1.10

K

9K
70c

4
10 K
85c

5

Oct.

4

7

2

l.lOOct.

1.00 Apr. 19
2
Aug. 12

18

1.50 Sept.
2
1.10 Sept. 29

18
3

IK Oct.

7

1

2K Oct.

25

IK Oct.

Mar. 28

K June

.20 Jan.

9K

Oct.

9

10

7

7

27

June
9
1.00 Mar. 10
8

~9K~Oct""~5

75c

K Mar. 30

IK
4K
IK

3

K

3K
1

14 K

3K

25c

15c
45c

60c

4

3

1

K Jan. 16
9K May
4

Oct.

24

5

26c

Oct.

24

60c

Sale

6

1

6K

2.50

Oct.

21

25c

Oct.

35c
6

.

Oct.

4

K Oct.

4

1.50Oct.

28

2.450ct.

3

K Oct.

21

K Oct.

21

IK
X

1.00

35c

19c

15c

17c

2K
11

1
2

3K

3

4K

K

Oct.

25

3K Oct.

7

15c
13

14

K Aug. 17
7K Feb.
8
K Mar. 14
45c
May
5

Oct.

5

1.30 July

17c

Oct.

6

3K Oct.

7

Oct.

14

15

12c

May 31
IK July 12

,12

July

1

IK

Jan,
Feb.

J.

3

1

3

2

35c

20c

35c

24c

4K

3M Oct.

18

3m
Sale
2.16

Sale

1956
.

.40

1.90

1.90Oct.

7

1.95

1.850ct.

11

1.95

.50
40c

X

1.70
1.75

1.75

2.31

3M Oct.

.1$ Sale"

60c

40c

60c

1.90Oct.

18

7

2.160ct. ■' 1

11
11

May 16
May 25

K Feb.

3K

9

Aug. 25

1

4K

20

K Oct. 21
May 16
July 28
23c
Aug.
9

26c

2K

3
2

6K Jan. 19
1.46 Feb. 24
4K Sept. 12
1.50 Sept.
2
1.10 Sept. 29
4
Jan.
8

2K Oct.
.35 Jan.

25
8

2K Jan. 27
11K Jan.

15

1.03 Feb.

13
3

IK Aug.
10K Mar.

7

IK Sept. 7
10K Apr. 28
33c

Feb.

75c

Sept. 12
7

29

IK Mar.

14K Aug.
9
3
Aug. 18

2

9
45c

10

17c

21

42c

June

2K Feb. 19
2c May 25

6

.32
6
27

2.55 Jan.

15c

20

IK

1.50 Sale

IK
10

Feb. 29
Feb. 13

1 K Jan.
Feb.

29c

14K Aug.
9
3
Aug. 18
21c

.25

2.00
30c

30c

K May 21

8

K
K

IK

33c
60c

5

3K
22c

-

June 28

X

'

K

IK

6

K
K

6

28
14

25c

65c

Oct.

IK Oct.

3K Oct.
X Oct.

15K

5
Sale

3K

22c

1

IK Sept. 23
2K Jan.

20c

K
X

16

1

32

60c

Mar.
3
Feb. 19
.19 Mar. 10

2

1.50 June 16

OctJ

2K Sale

Aug. 17
Apr.
9

1
Sept. 6
2.36 Feb. 18
1.86 Oct.
4

1.10O
Octg

K Sale

.32

5

27

2.00

1.10

n

16

25

1.80 Mar. 31

1.25

1.50

13c

Jan.

K Oct.
1.13 July

1

Sale

2.00

.30

20

6

.10 Jan.

1.25

.13 Jan.

4

4.00

1.10

3K

IK Oct.
.35 Jan.

K Oct.

45c

25c

3
Sept. 14
2.90 Feb. 15

14

2.55 Jan.
35c

9
27

Oct.

Oct.

X June 20
12c

Jan.

14

7c

1.75

35c

70c

2

18

1.860ct.

14
27

IK
15c

K Mar.

1.50 June 16

Oct.

1.80

1.50

40c

X

Oct.

Aug. 17
Apr.
9

K

1.60

1.90

20c

K

June

.14

May 28

2.11

8
2K

1*

10c

6

9

20c

7

IK Oct.

23

7K Apr. 21
May 10
2K Sept. 29

11

2

1.50 Feb.
20

5c

12c

Vs

June

.03 Jan.

18

2K Oct.

IK Oct.
9c

2.06

15c

1

$2.50

14c

3

1

.50

3

Amer Trust Shs_.1953

8

.87

24
•

Oct.

K

14c

55c.

2.70

6c

IK

8

.10

warrants

1,500
500 North Butte Mining

400

Oct.
Mar.

30c

.35

_......*

North Amer Tr Shares

a

15c

.40

750 No Amer Trust Shares... 1955

No par value,

25c

18

200 Occidental Petroleum......!

♦

15c

.65

*

100 Nation-Wlde Secur B

1,500 North

250
'•

2.55

_.*

600 National Liberty Ins—
$2
3,500 National Plnetree Products.*

-

100

19

Oct.

22

20c

Sale

■i!

_..*

Macfadden Publications

1,000 National Aviation A
m.

10c

K
7K

1

Macassa Mines Ltd

500 Metal Textile Corp

mm

20c

17

.22 Sale

1

Petroleum

6,500 Moss Gold Mines Lrd

100

8K

1
15K

4

1

*

....

Jenkins Television..

Lincoln

Oct.

2K Oct.

12c

K

*

100 Magnavox Co Ltd....
..*
100 Max weld Corp
....*
5
100 Merch 8c Mfrs Fire Insur

mm

.10

...5
800 Leverage Fixed Trust Shs__._

75

mm

,

K

100 Lessings, Inc

100

14,500

10c

*

Interstate Natural Gas

600 Kinner Air & Motor...

m.

2,000

mm

6
13 K
.25

I

*
700 Kelvlnator of Canada
40,000 Keystone Cons Mines Ltd—1
._»
45,500 Kildun Mining

100
.

Rustless Iron

300 International

100

20c

30c

19c

IK Sale

1
I

2,200
1,300

12
70

36

K Mar.

11c

.33
7

18*

1

mm

8
8

Sept. 20

10c
6c

2K Sale

"~3M Sale"

*

2,800 Howey Gold Mines Ltd
13,500 Huron Holding C-D

183,100 Internat'l

Oct.
Mar.

1

1.00

50 Incorporated Investors v t c.*
100 Independent Brewing
50

9,000
mm

'50c" "l~25

*
7,200 Helena Rubensteln pref
24,500 Hendrlck Ranch Royalties..*

mm

3

K

IK

3K

10

1.000 Homestead Oil 8c Gas

mm

1.00

1

Golden Cycle Corp>Cap
400 Grenada Gold Mines

5,400

400 Home Insurance Co

500

.70

1

500 Group No Two Oil

2,500

2X

IK

1
34,900 General Electronics
2,500 General Min Mill 8c Pow..„.l

-

12

10

1.85

S_.

Detachable Bit of Amer....*

600 Fremont Gold Mines

—

5

2

X
2.20 Sale

Detroit & Canada Tunnel..*

258,000

8
14

7K Apr. 20
2K Sept. 29

1.85

7,400 Eagle Bird Mine capital—.1
1
1,500 Eldorado Gold Mines Ltd
1
175,000 Fada Radio & Electric
200 Falconbrldge Nickel Mines—*

300

28,900

12

10c

100 Diversified Trust Shares C-.
mm

Oct.

7K Apr.

7K
5K

12

IX

AA

200 Corporate Trust Shares A

1,800
23,500

7K
7

_*

........1
22,500 Como Mines..:
*
10,400 Continental Shares
3,600 Corporate Trust Shares
500

8c

10c

X

40,000 Belmont Metals Corp
2,800 Big Missouri Mining
1
3,000 Black Hawk Cons Mines..._1

100

8c

c-J—*

500 Chemical Research

800

Oct.

35c

7K

600 Columbia Baking
*
300 Columbia Baking 1st pref..*

2,000

Sale

10c

15c

100 Beauharnois Power A--«.

1,500

Bale

35c

Andes Petroleum

9,800

.15

15c

22,200 Bancamerlca-Blalr Cap

100

12

70

82

Oct.

19

2034 Sale

25c
.07

62,800 Bagdad Copper

mm

8
14

85
23 K

19

10c
.03

pref

100 Assoc Dye & Print v t

9,000
1,500

Oct.

Oct.

70

36

12

70

$1
*
*
--3
*
_-5

500 Amulet Mines, Ltd

26,500

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Par.

200 Amer & Dominion.

11,500

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Ask

.....1

Allied General $3

1,600

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Highest.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

70

i.1941

100 Allied Atlas Cap

m.

Ask

Bid.

1962
w

329,000 Admiralty Alaska Gold

5,500
-.

6s

STOCKS

Shares.

Shares.

mm

Radio Keith Orph

Oct. 1.

1932.

Penn Elec 1st 5s • H"

3,000
8,000

-

8,000

mm

BONDS

Par
$
5,000 Chicago Rap Tr 1st 6s A. 1953
8,000 Louisiana Geo Explor 7s_1935
5,000 Pacific N W P S 6% deb-_1950

—

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Since

Jan. 1.

M

$454,000

Jan. 2

In

October.

•»

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

Price

EXCHANGE

•,

$16,000
702,000

October

NEW YORK PRODUCE

AGOREOATE SALES.

1931.

1932.

Bond Sales.

1932.

218,599
3,814,446

Stock Sales.
October

$
5.000
3,000

MARKET ON THE NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE

9

2K May 25

IK Mar. 14
2.60 Sept. 16
1.32 July 28
1.55 May 3
1.55 May 3
.45 Jan.
6
55c
Sept. 29
aK

Apr. 30

.12 Jan.

Feb.

20

IK July
Feb.
IK Aug.
IK Jan.

13
17
26
23

10 K

5
Feb; 23
.25 Jan.
4
3.40 Aug. 11
1
Feb.
2
9
75c

25c

May 16
Feb. 29
Feb. 27

.37 Mar. 21
Feb. 11
Feb. 25

5
30

1
Aug.
IK Jan.
3K Feb.
4K Jan.

40c

25
11

11
11

Mar. 23

K Feb.
4K Mar.
2K Mar.
2.60 Sept.
2.60 Jan.

9
23
19
16
18

Jan. 21
2.25 Mar. 28
.45 Jan.
6
58c
Sept. 28

2.45

aK Apr.
.15 Jan.

30
15

NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE
AGOREOATE SALES

NEW

Shares

Jan.

STOCKS

1.

Jan.

Par.

34,700 Petroleum Conversion

5

200 Petroleum Derivatives

1,800

500 Phoenix Oil

Ask. Bid,

500 Powell Mining Prop (Rouyn)l
100 Prima Company
*
5
500 Public Fire Insurance

IK Sale

33,075 Railways Corp
1,000 Railways Corp new

IK

28

2

Oct.

1

10c

20c

13

2

Oct.

28

3

Oct.

5

2K Oct.

31

IK

1

Oct.

25

3

2K Oct.
3K Oct.
7K Oct.

7
27
11

4M

2K Sale

*

16 X

12X Oct.

28

45c

75c

4,400

4K Oct.
2K Oct.

28
31

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3
1
11
11

19

1

250 Rossville Alcohol & Chem
100

7% preferred

*

3

7K
X

...*

1,900 Royalties Management A

4K
8X
IX

.....

1

1

150 Sky Specialties
800 Splltdorf Electric
200 Studebaker

300 Super Corp of America-Ai.--100 Super Corp of America B____
525 Swedlsh Ball Bearing..100 kr

55c

Sale
.30
.50

45c

IX

%

45c"

75c

90c

30c

65c

75c

Oct.

26

X Oct.

K Sale

X Sale

2.50

5K

19

22K
IK

70c

Oct.

6

1

31c

26

50c
2

73c

Oct.

K

1.85
17
38c

6K

12

22

IK
3K

IK Oct.

13

IK Oct.

Oct.

19

3

Oct.

22

2

.55

1.25

700 Tread well

1

.50

100 Trustee Standard Ollshrs A__

3.40

300 Trustee Standard Oil B

3.35

20c

1.75
3.50

30c

23c
1.00 2.00

18c

1.620ct.

1.620ct.

3.50 Oct.

2.50

3.50 Oct.

7
5

15

U S Rlec Lt 8c Pow tr ctf B_.*

3.68

200 Venezuelan

""'500

600 Ventures

Holding

100 Warner Aircraft Corp

*

.12

.50

*

200 York Shares Corp

700 Yo8emite Holding

*

No par

2.550ct.




.8

K Oct.

'/

50c

65c

1

55c

75c

60c

20c

35c

15c

8

2.60Oct.

8

Oct.

29

5

Sept. 7
10c
Aug. 17
12X Oct. 28
2X Jan. 28
2
Sept. 9
8% Apr. 14
2X Oct. 31
18
Sept. 27
75c
Sept. 9
Sept. 8
Sept. 23
3K Oct., 11

Mar. 29

3.50 Oct.

5

m

Oct.

11

Feb.

3

8

X Feb. 18
3K
4%
8K
K
IK
63c

Jan.
6
Jan. 11
Apr.
8
Feb. 17
July 29
Sept. 6
Jan.

2

.73 Oct.

2

Sept.

11
26

7

X Feb.
5
Apr. 20
2.78 Sept. 14
1.85 May 27
22
Sept. 7
IK Sept. 27
1

Oct.

3

22

6K Mar. 10
Mar. 29

4

6K Mar. 18
.48 Jan.

6

2.50 Mar.

9

3.50 Oct.

5

Oct.

24

75c
2

12K

1%

.....

24

22c

15% Sept.
2.30 May
7X Jan.
% Aug.
Kt May

15
19
26
29

15X Sept. 15
3.68 Jan.
2

3

.10 Mar. 26

K Sept. 6
Aug. 25
Apr. 28

7X Jan.
Jan

2

Kt May

J

25c

a

IK

Sale

26
13

3

24

58c

75c

Oct.

30c

Apr. 28

H May 6
July 20
X Oct.
7

X May
1.70 Feb.

2K Jan.
10K Mar.

29

Mar.

7

K Aug. 26

1K
10 K

8

21

X Sept. 29
IX Aug. 27

7

Oct.

7

13

K
7

12c

1.70 July

90c

1

Vs
.16

Oct.

Oct.

X Sale

K

•

75c

1.25

Sale

10

21

X

K

*

3.62 Mar.

30c

75c

25c

1

•*

5 K May 10
14c
May 26
1 00 June
9

1

25c
30c

.....1
v t c

119,100 /.enda Gold Mining

value.

K
K

_1

4,100 York Penn Gas & Utilities.. 1

26,566

2.85

war..

5,600 Wellington Oil of Calif cap.. I
*
255,700 Western Television
250 Wisconsin Holding A..
10

"""loo

2.55

Sale

*

Ltd

1,000 Vipond Cons Mines

"3,966

18

X

Van Sweringen Corp

19

1
5

8c

1.70 July

100 U S Fidelity 8c Guaranty.._2
500 Utilities Hydro 8c Rails w w_*

9,000

Oct.

Mar.

5

2.87 Apr. 12

3.70

100 U S Elec Lt & Pow Shares A.*

600

Sept.14
May 20
Sept
7
Jan. 28
Apr. 20
Sept. 14
May 27
May 12
May 21

5K Apr.

100 20th Century Fixed Tr "B"___

300 Utilities Hydro & Ralls

2

4

.40

100

1,250

K

13

6K

5K

7

X Feb. 15
Apr. 26

IK Oct.

*

1

June 28

25c

*

A

100

200

8

es.

3X Feb.

13

19

4.00

18K
K

*

Yukon

Feb.

1
2.78

3.50

18

May 23
Oct.
7
Oct. 27
Oct. 11

Oct.

50c

3.50

2.50

Feb.

K
2K
3K
7K

X

X

K

.*

Tom Reed Gold Mining

2K Oct. 31
12K June 29

1-16 Mar. 11

%

30c"

X
65c

6

*

C-D

100
300

14,800

4

June 29

2

5K June

%

♦

Tobacco Products

28

IK Mar. 12

2K

K

2X

*

1,900

28

1

*

B

Oct.

X Jan.

IK
2X
3K
7X

.....

45c

16
5

3

3X
7K

6K
H

*

1

312,400 Shortwave 8c Television
15,000 Slscoe Gold Mines Ltd

400

12

*

200 Shamrock Oil & Gas
12,000 Sherritt-Gordon Mines

400

Sept. 7
Aug. 17

1

*
28,000 Sanabrla Television
2,400 Seaboard Fire 8c Mar Ins. .10
$10
700 Seaboard Surety
1,900 Seaboard Util Shares warr

2,300 Sylvestre Utilities A

Mar.

25c

75c

ik
2% Sale

__25

100 Roxy Theatres Corp A

40c

1

*

100

June

IK Jan.

12

1

K

Rhodeslan Sel-ecTr Ltd__5 sb

250

1

2K Jan.

Reno Gold Mines Ltd

Chemical.

1.

Highest.
Sale Pri

10c

IK Oct.

3K

I*

*

20c

$1

com

600 Rio Grande Oil

600

1K Sale

12K

10c

5

500

36,100
2,500

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

8c

1%

400 Reliance Internat S3 pref

2,000

Highest.
Sale Prices.

3

1

3,000
700

Lowest.

Ask.

25c

500 Radio Securities A

1,100
1,000

Bid.

Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Bid.

*

100

JAN.

2

1932.

v

Shares

SINCE

Price

EXCHANGE
October.

RANGE

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

YORK PRODUCE

Since

In

Oct.

15c

Oct.
Oct.

24
7

7
27c

Oct.

24
28

Oct.

24

% Jan.

7

7

21

5c

Feb.

8

6
18

7
4

2 X May 17

7X Aug. 31
X Jan. 20
27c

Oct.

28

V

Chicago Stock Exchange
RECORD

MONTHLY AND YEARLY

Shares
_______

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

14,128,0Q0

1932.

1931.

$293,000
9,672,000

$1,643,000
9,247,000

Bond Sales.

1931..

1932.
752,000

October

STOCK EXCHANGE

PRICES ON CHICAGO

RANGE OF
Stock Sales.

October.

2,230,000
29,627,200

_

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31---

-

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

AGGREGATE SALES.

Jan.

1932.

1.

3,000
6,000

19,000
28,000
W

«•:

«

i

5s series B

1,000
10,000
r

Adjustment 4s

34.000
19,000
1,000

mt

—

'm*

f
:»i

28,000

ft

—

—

1.000
103,000

—

6,000

,U

Federal Pub Service

tftH

»<**

Sale
Sale

48%

11

*

"

14%

Great Lakes Util

•

1

Ba

a

1

43%
43%

Oct.

48

7
7

10

8

5

8

1

4

5

9

102
102
95

100

101

100

101

93

95

-

103

77
35

77
33

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

26
18

78

25

34

Oct.

24
3

Sale

30

Oct.

31

41

Oct.

19

61

63

1% Oct.

10

2% Oct.

24

68
1% Sale

63

*30-" Sale"

warrant —1949
7s
1935
Kansas Power & Light—
1st & re# 6s C
1947
5,000
3,000 Lindsay Nunn Pub 6s A. 1994

68,000

Pub Ser Sub Corp

5,000
_

-

—

—

~

~

Shares.
350

100
180

1st mtge 5%a
1958
1945
10,000 Union Elevated 5s
1,000 United Public Serv 6s A—1942
1947
2,000 United Pub Util 6s A

49,500

STOCKS

Shares.

7,398

'

10.100

37%

Allied Motor Ind Inc com..
Allied

10 Altorfer Bros conv pref
859 Amer & Dominion com

2,900

loo

50

2.100

3,041
5,700

A..*
*

3

Co com..'
Fur Mart Bldg pfd-_100

American Equities

100 Amer

100

Products Corp cl

pref..100
Radio & Tel St CorpUtil & Gen class B
*

American Pub Serv
Amer

50 Amer
420 Amer-Yvette Co Inc

41%
41

19%
19%

26

78

Oct.

Oct.

18

38

Sept. 23

28

*

2.100 Asbestos Mfg Co com

22
22

39

14

-

91% Jan.
11

Oct.

35

11

10% July
12% July

92

86

91

98

103
88

101

98%

99%

66

69

65

67

100

103

100

bct7"l9

62

OctT~26

66

99% 101

Apr.

45

66%

40

45

28

14%

21%

11*

11

1% Sale
Sale
%
%
% Sale

7

6%

72,350
740
30

—*

Class A

..100

7% preferred
Assoc Tel Util

$6
S6

conv
cum

Co com

pref A
prior pref.....

920

•

•
-*
*

$7 cum pref
30 Automatic Washer conv pf__*

30

2

jf

7

4*

23%

7

1%

36

40

40

50

5,950

79.530
2,470

400
300
526,000
23,320
790

65,850

%
%

%
h

■

%

2H

170

*

No par value.

2%

1%
41




8% Oct.

26

Oct.

13

% Oct.

8% Ocr.

26

Oct.

1

6

1%

6

2

%

%

1%
4%
42%

49%

50

76

78

12%

12%

2

25

37
55

7%

35
40

7%

12
70
2%

....

2%
1

1%
5%
43

10

% Oct.

6

1% Oct.
5% Oct.

27
25

1% Oct.
6% Oct.

11
14

Oct.

21

7% Oct.

3

1% Oct.
7
Oct.

17

2% Oct.
7% Oct.

50

9

10
1

2%

....

1

30

17%
1
4

4

8

%
Sale
3
24%

9% Sale
85

nl/i
7

2
9
1

19

8

2

7%

1

3%
6

30

%

Oct.
Oct.

2

14% Sale
3% Sale

2%,
11% Sale
65%
80

%

Oct.

68% Apr.

27

9

6

1

Oct.
Oct.

4
6

Jan.

12

20

2%-Aug. 16
6

Feb. 20
% Mar. 3

% Jan. 15
Sept. 8
8% Oct. 26
2% Sept. 8
2% Jan. 21
9

10

Jan.

18

Jan.

50

14

14
% Apr. 22
% Jan.

1

,Mar.

2

Sept. 27

66

Mar. 10

21

54% Jan.

12

77

27

12% Jan.

June

June 27

35
8

7

Aug. 17

3

% Jan.
7
3% Aug. 25
6% Oct. 14
54
Jan.
6

43

28

Mar. 12

Feb.

4
9

Sept. 23
Jan.

21

1

Oct.

6

1

Oct.

6

3

Feb.

19

4

Aug.

4

3

June 21

26

65
2

May 13
May 31

81% Jan.

Jan.

14

Jan.

15

%
10%
18%
5%
4%

.

5%

4% Oct.

13

4% Oct.

8% Oct.

10

Oct.

15

14% Oct.
3% Oct.

13

2

10% Sale
2% Sale
2%

% Apr. 20
1% July 28
5% Oct. 25
39
Aug. 13
% June 14
50
Apr. 13

9

7
1
7

31% Jan. 13
18% Sept. 8

4

60

6

Jan. 29
July
8
% Mar. 15
% Feb. 27
3% June
1
8% Oct. 26
% June 20
% Aug. 30
4% Aug.
4
4% July 19
% Jan.
4
% Apr. 22
% Sept. 29

42% Mar.
July
23% Feb.
45% Mar.

23

6% Aug. 23

25

15

3

7

2

5% June 15

2

9

Apr.

34

2 100% Sept. 27

1

7

10

82

2

12

11*
60

6

6%
%

51

IH
7

7%
.....

9

May 28

9

9
6

38% Sept. 19
Aug.
3
90
Jan. 23
99
Aug. 25
66
Oct. 26

1
3

14

7%
%

43

10

Ex-dlvidend.

18% June

6%

2

51

49

x

25
3
11

2

Common

676,750 Borg-Warner Corp com
10
7% preferred
100
1,670
•
550 Borin Vivitone Corp pref
*
4,950 Brach & Sons (E J) com
*
200 Bright Star Elec cl A...

22% Oct.
15% Oct.
6% Oct.

4%

Balaban & Katz Corp—

400

6

Oct. 18
Oct. '11

6

1%

6%
%

7%
24%

22%
16
Sale

6

9% Sale

*

com—

21%
13%

Feb.

100

23

"i% "2%

25
Preferred..
..100
Bastian-Blesslng Co com
*
Baxter Laundries Inc A
*
Beatrice Creamery com
50
Bendix Aviation Corp com..*
Biuks Mfg Co cl A cv pref..»
Blums Inc conv pref
.*

1,240 Backstay Welt Co

Oct.

13

26
21

Feb.

33'

Oct. 27
16% Oct. 21
23% Feb.
1
45% Mar. 7

24% Oct.
16% Oct.

91

1
.

67""

120

30

16%

4

63

1,550

~""60

23%

15

5%

Co..*
»

390

21

82%

700 Assoc Tel & Tel Co $6 w w..*

2,290

27

22

"14% "l7""

91

52

340 Associated Apparel com

40

23

Oct.

16% Oct.

23

66%
18

1

40

Aug.

92% June

28
15

29% Apr.

72% June
98
Sept.
4434 May

103

100% 102

55

Investment

19

Mar. 16

37

Feb.
Feb.

40

38M Sept.

54

Associates

Oct.

91% Jan.
35
Oct.

28

Oct.

29

15

16%
16%

14

103

102

1

1,350

Apr.
9
27% Mar. 21

41

75
Mar.
3
38% Jan. 14
Mar.
3
24% Jan. 27
Aug. 13
Aug. 13 100

12

33

com—-*

8,300 Appalachian Gas Corp com
6,100 Art Metal Works com

24

Feb.

33

26

25

...

*
1,870 Adams (J D) Mfg com
•
4,500 Adams Royalty Co com
1,500 Ainsworth Mfg Corp com..10
400 AU-Amer-Mohawk class A37,100
2,150

10

Acme Steel Co

7

89% Mar. 23
Sept. 6

4 102

2254 Apr.
8
27 % Mar. 21
30
Oct. 31
66
Sept. 21
% May
4

•

Oct.

29

32

V v.-

Par.

Abbott Laboratories com..

2

Mar.

90

7

30

7,000

8

June

6

98% Mar. 17
98% Jan. 11

__

_

i-

5H«A 1949

1948
2,000 Standard Pub Serv 6s
Co 1st 8 f g 5s-...1944
41,500 Swift
208 So La Salle St Bldg—

8

25
10
29
8
10
13

.

1937

6%s ser G—i'L

47,000

13
13
2
1

23

100

99

99

Iowa El Lt & Power

5134 Aug.
15
Sept.
54
Aug.
51% Sept.
20
Sept.
9% Aug.
3% Mar.

3

28

60

20

38

2%

1%

7

33

27

30

8

Oct.

Mar.

90

76

78

75

July

46

89 HI Mar.
94
Aug.

94%
95

93%
93%

5

35

5

6
June
2
94 % Feb. 29
88
June
4

104% 102

104
1

2,000 Northern Util 6s A—--—1943
60,000 Peoples Gas L & Coke 6s_1957
24.000 Pub Serv 1st ret gold 5s_.l95h

42,000

18
25

■

6s—1947
1942

5%8

73.000 Metrop West Side 4s...—1938
Extension 4s
.1938
16.000
2,000 Nat Pole & Treating 6s—1936
1978
1,000 Nat Pub Service 5s

.

Oct.

48% Oct.

Oct.

8

20

Oct.

July
34% Apr.
33 % June
6% Apr.
35
Apr.
35
Apr.
8% Apr.
4% Mar.
3% Mar.

Prices.

46% Mar. 11
59* Oct. 26

5
26

35

30

1

<

1 11 1

11

Ss without

15,000

IB 10.000

3,000

41

7
28

39% Oct.

93

**

124,000

Oct.

45% Oct.
43% Oct.

11

101

97~~

46

10%
45
45

10
5

101

102

Oct.

40

5

46

41

8%

8

96

Oct.

7
26

2

5

10
100

41

42

7

50
49%
17

48

5

39

14

2

21.000 Grigsby-Grunow 6s_.—1936
1936
5.000 Holland Furnace 6s.
1940
7,408.000 Insull Utlllnv 6s

6,000

12

6s..—1937

fc.65,000

1.000

45

Oct.

40

48%
48

6

1927
Comm Edison 1st m 5s A 1953
5s series B
1954
1st mtge 4%s C
1956
1st mtge 4%s D
1957
1st mtge 5%s ser G
1962
Commonw Sub Corp 5jjs 1948
Consol Elec & Gas

*

-

^

8*

1927

•

..

7
50
50

Purchase money 5s

*£ 2.000

40,000

46%

46%
12

45%
45%

45

59% Oct.

26

59% Oct.

40

-.1927

35,000

:-&■

31 % Apr.

59% Oct. 26

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

Sale

Sale Prices

Sate Prices.

Ask.

Bid.

"45" "45" "50"" "35" "40""

'40"

74,000 Chic City & Con Rys 5*--1927
359.000 Chicago Railways 5s
1927
1st mtge 5s ctf of dep.-1927
i 450,000
5s series A
1927
89,000

'

Ask

Bid

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Bid.

1945
83,000 Allied Owners 6s
y 5,000 Amer States Pub Serv 5%s '48
1944
2,000 Butler Bros 5s
5,000 Calumet & So Chic 5S.-.1927
1927
111,000 Chicago City Ry »s
Certificates of deposit. 1927
269,000

5,000
2,000

«.

Price

s

$

m

Jan. 2

BONDS

Since

In

October.

1

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

10

2

1
1

4

May 26
July 19
2% Sept. 9
1

_

8

Mar. 29

4

Feb.

2

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

14
15
14
15
10

.....

8% Sale
74
80
5%

7

7% Oct.
73

Oct.

10

11% Oct.

1

26

75

Oct.

3

3%
50%
%
4%
%

May
May
1 an.
July
Mar.

26
26
14
13
2

14% Sept.

8

8
19
7% Jan. 21
% Mar. 2

85
1

Aug.
Jan.

CHICAGO

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE

In

Shares.
400

200
500

100

Jan.

STOCKS

1.

1932.

210
100

"""266
620

Bid.

Par

Shares.

2,500 Brown Fence & Wire cl A — 1
1,750
Class B.
*
26,000 Bruce Co (E L) com 1.
540 Bucyrus-Monlghan class A-.*

%
3

2

1333 Sale
10 H
15

3,800
Common.-...-.3,500
Convertible preferred
61,850 Butler Bros-.-.

Ask

Bid.

6

833
3

2

2X
5X Sale

Oct.

14

Oct.

3

Sale

Pricet

6% Oct,
2X Oct.

10
17

7
3

.20

133

1

934
15
133 Sale

Sale

10

14

6

•

Oct
Oct.

5

27

533 June
1
July

1
8

8%

2X

2X

2

2

June 20

6

Oct.
3
May 12

33 Feb. 20
May 28

2%
7X

10

2

27

2% Oct.

3

1

2

3
11

Oct.
Oct.

24

7X Oct.

234

10

3% Oct.
7X Oct.

7
10

7

4%
Sale

4

Oct.

22

Oct.

22

July 30

4

32

4X
Sale

37

Oct.

8

37X Oct.

1

15

27
27

X Oct.
633 Oct.

8

4

,

Oct.

4

% Sept. 7
% Jan. 14
Aug. 29

333 Oct.

33 Apr.
33 Apr. 29

37 X

Prices

833 Sept. 9
2X Sept. 23
14
Jan.
7
16
Jan. 29
933 Aug.
9

33 Sept.

j*
3

2%

15

Sale

65

Sale

Prices.

7

633

6

..."
Sale

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest
Sale

Prices.

2X Oct.
4X Oct.

6

7

5

2%
534

Sale

Ask

15

*

2,100 Canal Const Co conv pref—*
2,600 Castle & Co (A M)
10
6,150 CeCo Mfg Co Inc com
_.*
420 Cent Cold Storage Co com.20
12,350 Central 111 Pub Serv pref---*

Bid.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask

10

180 Bunte Bros common...
Burnham Trad Corp—

2,150

.

Jan. 2

Since

October.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

CHICAGO

AGGREGATE sales

61

EXCHANGE

STOCK

22

May 27

Feb.

10

133 Jan.
833 Jan.
6933 Jan.

7
15
21
6
2

Cent III Secur Corp—

600
350

"""350
250

19,815
17,250

»

Common

Convertible preferred
*
440 Central Ind Power pref—100
31,750 Cent Pub Serv Corp A
•
3,300 Central Public Util A
~*

310

2,850
V t c common
— 1
159,200 Central S W Util com new..*
5,670
Prior Hen preferred
♦
8,249
Preferred
*
Cent West Pub Serv—
510
Class A—
....*

120

13* Sal*

2,000
270
150

50
300

300

6,550
450

20,150

*

540 Cherry Burrell Corp com—
Chic City 8c Con Ry—

80

preferred—*
*
•
*
10,850
Convertible preferred
♦
400 Chicago & N W Ry pref ..100
49,350
Common..
100
1,050
1,050

Participation

Certificates of deposit
820 Chicago Electric Mfg A
66,900 Chicago Investors Corp com

40

240}

100

Prior lien

250 Chicago Rys part ctf ser 1.100
470
Part cert! fa series 2
100
410 Chicago Towel Co conv pref ♦

"""266
20

650

638,350 Cities Service Co com
•
10,710 Club Aluminum Uten Co—*

4,100

800 Coleman Lamp 8c Stove com*
319,065 Commonwealth Edlson-_-100

45,550

Rights (New)
20 Community Pow & Lt $6 pf--»
110 Comm Tel Co cum partlc.—•
60 Construe Mat'l Corp com—*

192,550

100
10

27,300
6,800

29,100

1,000
140
60

200

1,950
4,100
12,190
438,410
83,440
3,110
496,290
39,900
70,050
18,950
4,880
1,660
1,340

$3H preferred ...
Consumers Co com

6% prior pref

A

Corp

com.*
Corporation
8
Sec of Chic allot ctf--. *
*
25
100
Lighting Inc com
*
Mfg Co com——-—5

Common

Curtis
Curtis

Mfg pref—..*

pref.100
100
100
8% preferred
100
Empire Pub Serv Corp A--—*
Fair Co (The) preferred—.100

20

Fits Simons 8c

150

Common new

421,500
4,200
49,960

1,300
150

150

""250
1,100
60

Without warrants

Preferred series

130
50

1,100

2.--—----*
$6 pref..
*

1,430

2*

.....

3

_

.100

3,980 Kentucky Util it cum prefi.50
1,900 Ken-RadTube A Lp com A_\i*
4,500 Keystone Steel A Wire com.*
Preferred

15%
Sale

Sale
9
Sale

10

16

Oct.

11

5

20

Oct.

10

10

4k

X Oct.

26

Oct.

1*3 Oct.

13

1

26

% Oct.

10

Oct.

13

X Oct.

22

4% Oct.
X Oct.

1
15

6933 Oct.

11

76% Oct.

45

Oct-

13

3

60
334 Sate
X
1

Oct.

11

45

2%

5*

2ys Sale
18X Sale
4X
534
5X

X

1
4%
X
X
2%
4%
1% Sate
18% Sale

X Oct.

5

% Oct.

12

IX Oct.
1633 Oct.

234

6

4X

12

5

10
5

2% Oct.
18% Oct.

1

4X

3X Oct.

10

5% Oct.

3
4

5

14

Oct.

6

5X

Oct.

30

Oct.
Oct.

13
22
10

3
7 33

1

2

5

11

6
Sale

5
5

35

133 Oct. 26
1
Apr. 19
X Feb. 10
45

Oct.

13

1X May 28
X May
5

2X
6X

5

134

134
3%

5X

5

21

5

7X Oct

Jan.
Jan.

29
13

Jan.

13

June 15

33 Oct.
Aug. 24
% June
3
733 June 29
133 June
1

10

1

13

June

6

64

5

15
2

5

Oct.

7

Oct.

7

28

6% Oct.

28

4

Oct.

24

5% Oct.

7

17

Oct.

31

Oct.

31

3

15

17

Feb. 24

May 28
May
4

16

24

12

15

July

43

50

17

25

13

20

23

Aug.

26
12

5033

55

20

30

16

25

31

May

3

39

19

33 Jan.

26

Jan.

11

83

14

15

H

8X

9X

7

Oct.

6

7% Oct.

21

20

9

9

Oct.

5

9

Oct.

5

2

2X

333

2X

9%
3X

1

3

1

3

10X

9

3
13 X

IX
12 X
1

934

Sale

10X

11X Sale

12

10
8

7

Vs

Oct.

8

1

Oct.

Oct.

10

10

Oct.

"I"

IX

% Oct.

24

433 Oct.
3% Oct.
333 Oct.

11
25
28

4

Oct.

28

Oct.

10

15

Oct.

10

6

534

433
3%'

533
4%

6

334

4%

3

43

15

20

12 33

14

16
9X Sale
2X Sale

13-3 Oct.
1233 Oct.

9X

6

1534

1233 Oct.

6

8X

X

;

Oct.

4

1% Sale

5

5

1

IX

i

20

1233

15

1

533 Oct.
6
433 Oct./ 11

14

733

5

6

4

6%
334

Oct.

2%

2X

533 Oct.
233 Oct.

Oct.

5

Oct.

27
25

19

47A
4

434

94

4X

4

J*

95

60

90

66

20

8

11

333 Oct.

10%

Sate

433 Oct.

14

Oct.
Oct.

31
13

66
8

11

66

Oct.

31

13

Oct.

20

5X Sale
15
13

30
Sale
100

24H
Sale
8

IX

3%

1

6

4X

6%
12

5

3

Oct.

IX Oct.
5% Oct.

10
29

1033 Oct.

5

4

6

IX Oct.
4% Oct

IX

5

18

3

6
4

Oct.

3

1033 Oct.

18

5

533 Feb.

4

Jan.

15

8

3933 Jan. 18
42
Jan. 19
4534 Jan. 23
55
Jan. 19
33 Jan. 26
86
Feb.
2

833 June
1
IX Apr. 22
X May 17

Feb. 13
% Feb. 16

15
3

33 Mar. 22
X Mar. 21
X Mar. 21
1
Aug. 20
9
Aug.
3
X July 28
534 June 10
7
July 12
333 Jan.
6
33 Apr.
8
133 Jan. 12
333 July
3X July
233 June
15
Sept.
11
May
3X July
1
May
1
Feb.
333 Aug.
50
Apr.

14
2
2
Jan.
4
Jan.
6
Oct. 22
June 15
Jan.

833 Apr. 13
133 May 25
Sept. 8
5
Jan. 12
10
Jan.
5
% Feb. 17

16

X

Aug.

8
8
6

15

5
X Feb. 10

7

Sept.
Aug.

8
8
8
11

Jan.

8

2}
17]

Feb.

Jan.

6

8*3 Apr. 13
1
Feb.
5
Aug. 12
2
Apr.
6
3
July 22
% Feb. 17

Feb.

Jan.

2

9

233 May

Mar. 15

I*

June 23

5

5

433

2W

13
13
19

22
10

Aug. 23

1433 Jan.
333 Sept.

June

Oct.

Oct.

4

33 Apr.
33 Apr.
233 July

2

Oct.

6% Oct.

3

3
9X

Sate

17

1433 Aug. 25
2
Jan. 27
3
May 12
5
Jan. 11
% Oct. 10
66
Jan.
5
6^3 Feb. 19
133 Sept. 10

534
5
2 122
4
133
22
22
Aug. 23
3
.Apr.
% Feb.
8

7

6

Mar. 11

233 Sept. 14
Sept. 8
Jan. 27

20
29

48 33 June
1
Jan.

8

12

3

1333

27
10

Oct.

Mar. 31

39

5
5

Jan.

5

2

Sate
35
8

6

30

6

39

5
5

2

8
46

6X

65

28

133 Feb. 16
Jan.
9

4

% June
933 July 11

5

Sale

3

1

Feb.

2

Jan.

1

1

"4"

Apr.

433 May

1

...

3
4X

X Aug. 16
% Oct. 17
2

1

50

5X
72 X Sale

15)4 Jan. 'U
14
10

29

Sa|e

Sale

Jan. 16
Sept. 15
7

2

Mar.

%
34
X
233

Feb. 17

19
2

13
12
4

Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Sept. 8
Jan. 18
Jan. 22
Jan. 15
Jan.
7
Jan. 18

2% Sept. 6
1% Jan. 12

22
20
21
2
3
15
28

18

15

1

1133 Jan.
5

15

2

Mar. 22

5% Jan.

6

June 16
Jan.
4

1133 Mar.
434 Sept.

7
7

15
Aug. 12
Feb.

23

6

15

95

13

30
3
27
29
24

Jan. 18
633 Jan. 14
15
Jan.
5
17
Jan. 13
46% Feb.
S
2733 July 27
2
Feb. 17
7
Aug.
6

29

12

533 May 28

13

8

Oct.

33 Apr.
X Apr.
% June
4633 Feb.
2733 July
133 Jan.
233 May
3

Oct.

6

7

Jan.

6

18

Jan.

2

18

17

10

3

Oct.

4

28

30

28

Oct.

5

28

Oct.

5

25

33 Apr.
Apr.

4
19

20

24

20

Oct.

27

25

Oct.

14

14

June

7

Sept. 8
233 Sept. 13
2233 Mar. 9
5
Aug. 16
40
Feb.
8
48
Jan. 14

1

2

133 Oct.

19

133 Oct.

19

Oct.

10

5

Oct.

10

X Apr. 18
Apr.
5
24% Aug.
4

2
Sept. 12
833 Aug.
6
50
Jan.
4

19

10 X

2

19

Feb.

2

33 Oct.

13

33 Mar. 17

1

Feb.

2

36

Apr.

11%

10

2

20 X

1

5X

21X
2X

17 X
3

50
40

2X
40
38

28

IX
6
50

100

13%
3%
35
25
3

23
1

5%

5%

16
2

5

25M

31

Oct.

2X Oct.

5

6%
31%

271

1833 Oct.

10

*

4,060 La Salle Ext Univ com
10
940,Lawbeck Corp 6% cum pfdlOO
1,130 Leath A Co cum pref
*
109,800 Llbby, McNeill A Libby.... 10
452 Lincoln Printing Co 7% pf.50
7,700
Common
— *




Oct.

25

55

Apr. 27
July
6

5

5
1
28

333 Jan. 14
233 Sept. 13
2
Sept.12
633 Feb. 19
Jan. 13
44
Jan. 19

33 Oct.

27

Oct.

1

5

14
22

May 23

4

A Lt 1st pf B *

1
7,850 Katz Drug Co com..
29,650 Kelloflg Switchboard com..10

Ex-dft Itlend

Sale

X
234

6

4

6X

t

2

6X

IX

534
76 X

1

2

10 x

No par value,

4

10

4

.*

Kalamazoo Stove com.....

300 Klmberly Clark Corp com

4,050

2

IX Oct.

17

3% Oct.
2% Oct.
173-3 Oct.

*1X Oct"

52
Sale

X

Jefferson Electric Co com.—*

240

40

Sale

5
116h 11733
133 Sale

1%

Preferred

~
27

4

40

4h

50
$7 preferred
...
*
540 Investment Co of Amer com.*
*
7,290 Iron Fireman MfgCovtc

510

Oct.

5

Oct.

10% Oct.

IS

Jan.
Jan.

15
50

10
Oct. 20
5% Oct. 10

IX Oct.
% Oct.
3X Oct.

17%

9

Class B—

259 Kansas City Pr

20

20

133 Jan.

June 30

X Oct. 25

3X

%

.J

IT*
Sale

*
Hussman-Llgonler Co com..*
Illinois Brick Co
25
Illinois Nor Utilities pref.100
Indep Pneum Tool v t c——*
Insult Util Invest Inc...-.—*

6,260
3,750

25

9X Oct.

30

IX
1

66
5H

J*

10

Hall Printing Co com

10 Interstate Power

80

--

...

Sale

36,240

290

X Oct.

I

1

Sale

1,100

110

24
26

2

"300

100

Oct.

:::::

*
2,200 Harnlschfeger Corp com
5,550 Hart-Carter Co conv pref...*
185 Hart Schaff A Marx com. .100
4,000 Hormel A Co (Geo) com A._*
34,854 Houdaille-Hershey class A..*

13,850
1,900

20

3

300 Greyhound Corp com—...
271,310 Grigsby-Grunow Co com
50 Ground Gripper Shoe com..

■V

Oct.

IX

Sale

1

8

1*

15

133 Oct.
% Oct.
IX Oct.

—-

34,350

20

"

333

5
2

3X
334
234 Sale

;

.1.

63,200 Great Lakes Aircraft A
78,120 Great Lakes DAD com....
470 Greif Bros Cooperage A com

"650

Oct.

Oct.

1

21
~
21

16

17
10

6

600
65

1

V4 1

8

1

X

X June 28
1933 Aug.
6
% May
6
33 Oct.
3
X Oct. 21
X May 25
8
June 29

5

.

X Sale

10

IX

750
200

12X
8X

12

IX

4

233 Sate
17 h Sale

3,060 Goldblatt Bros Inc com

200

4
10

2

ctfs——
50 Gen Wat Wks & Elec A com.
940 Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B—

150

5

Preferred vot tr

150

17,500

133
133

8X

10

7

16

1

"ix "ix

13

21

15

840 Gardner-Denver Co com
974 General Candy Corp A.——
1,000 General Parts Corp conv pf.
Gen Theatres Equip Corp—

10

10

Connell Dock

8c Dredge Co com
— •
3,950
15,757 Foote Bros GAM Co.———o

30

1,600
4,250

IK

770 Empire G 8c F Co 6%
600
633% preferred
1,650
7% preferred-

245
300

-•

80 Eddy Paper Corp (The)
El Household Util Corp

1,050

Sale

X
X

4'

~~

-*

23,560

20

1533

Preferred

1,375 Dodge Mfg Corp pref

900

1233

Crane Co com

10 Dayton-Rubber

50

1034

it*

370 Decker (Alf) 8c Cohn Inc. — *
340 Deep Rock Oil conv pref
*
510 Dexter Co (The) com
5
•
810 De Mets Inc pref w w

90

20

45

1234

Preferred

Sale

35

*
*

Continental Steel Corp

1

IX Sale
% Sale
IX
2

55

*
-----5
100

Cont Chic Corp common

Cord

5

% Oct.
5X Oct..
#
34 Oct.
X Oct.
X Oct.

*

,g
30

Sale

45

100

50 Chic N S A Mllw pref

%

733
28

Sate

lh

530 Chain Belt Co com——.—*

250

33
6%

55

X

1

40

x
30

lii

33
10

0

30

5X

3X Sale
13

233

233

IK

•

Sate

Sale

1

133

10

3

20

5

133 Oct.

31|

233 Oct.

3

133 Oct.

7.

2 33 Oct.

3

20

20
2

13!
•

.

33

~12X

33 Oct.

X

Sept.13
July
7

Feb.

June

14

Jan.

20

33 May
30

Jan.

1X Oct.

7«

45
26

35
14

6
10
Jan. 14
Mar. 7
Jan.
8
Feb.

CHICAGO

63
aggregate sales.

Price
Jan. 2

In

October.

Jan. 1.

I

STOCKS

Shares.

n

12,400 I
4,100 1
5,450 1

T.760

33,060 1

i«
I

100 1

450

550

8X
Sale

M

3H
4

8
34

9

11

AX
5X Sale
30

28

7X

8X

"16""

Sale

7,0601

3X

2X

4

14
18

2

i6"""p"c5:"I6

dims-.

Oct.

4

26
20

2334 Oct.

27

Oct.

29

7

10

6

Sale

6

Oct.

2

4X

.

Sale Prices.

134 Oct. 11
134 May
5

3

2X

3X

234 Oct.

7X

8X

734 Oct.

1134

Oct""27

Oct. 26
534 Oct.
1
28
Oct.
5
734 Oct.
8
2

234 Oct.

3

Oct.

1

June 10

20

lix

1001

"""350

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

2
4

Highest.

Sale Prices

22

2

JH

30

4

Lowest.

Highest
Sale Price*

134 Oct. 11
334 Oct. 11
2% Oct. 25

2X

1
3

I
2!

103^ Sale

13

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

nVA
23

12"

1,0801
11,200 1
3,755 J
13,950

100
450

Ask.

Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.
Bid.

150
150

660

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

CHICAGO

STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

Sharse.

EXCHANGE

STOCK

Apr.
1
Aug. 17

10

134 July 11
2 34 June
2
2054 June 17
3
May
6
234 Feb. 25
2
July
5
28
Aug. 22

3

1401

1034 Jan. 20
73I Jan. 19
3X Aug.
8
PAX Aprr
1

1831

Feb# 24

5
Mar. 19
534 Jan. 1*
35
Feb. 13

1034 Jan.
5
234 Feb. 25
434 Jan.
8
37
Mar. 31

'

"...
..

..

•.-

40

Jan.

Convertible preferred, —•
larshall Field 8c Co

10 X
13 Vs

com...*

"""366

143,265
3,070
6,150

"""750

6,650

4

10
650

1,030
12,700

16

48,450

1,920,658

32,700

laterial Service

Corp com.10

2,200
4,405
44,525
139,400
5,460

mmmmrnm

""150
850

350

"70
m

650
800

100

m m

3,900

m

m

mmm

m

150

mm

20

■

-

.

300

820
1,350

10 X

Sale

X

X

5X

5*

10 M

6

5X

IX Oct.

151 "2"

Oct.

7

X

nX

2

Oct.

4

12

Oct.

25

534 Oct.

34 Oct.

7

34 Oct.

3

134 Oct.
X Oct.
134 Oct.

7
18
8

2

Oct.

7

1

Oct.
Oct.

6
4

3

Warrants A

Warrants B

$6

X

—

pref. "A"--.-.--*
Co com—

conv.

Ildland United

Warrants .————-*

J
Sale

5X Sale
14

10

preferred—-

Convertible

35

pref.*

2X

49

X
13 X
10 x

50

42

100
100

Miller 8c Hart Inc conv

2X

%
IX

12

1-16 Sale

"ex

40

100

7% prior Hen
Preferred 6% A
Preferred 7% A

2

IX

7X

51

OX

8X

iol"

15

2

IX
X
IX

X

2

2

230

3,100

25,900
6,500

—

7X

5

Oct.

21

8

Oct.

4

2

Oct.

17

734 Oct.

6

3

434 Oct.
10
Oct.

29

1
2

Oct.

10

Oct.

1

434 Oct.
834 Oct.

ox
10

450
m.

m

mm

—

~

Line Co com—5

Modlne Mfg com

300 Mohawk Rubber common—*
2,240 Monroe Chemical Co com—*

-

440
260

Preferred..
2,530
2,150 Morgan Lithograph com

150

*

1X

1
io

IX
2 x
25 X
1

'

m

m

mmm.

-

50 Mosser Leather Corp com...#

:

Muncle Gear Co cl "A".,.—*
Common
*
2,650
3,190 Muskegon Mot Spec conv A_*

50

240
50

3,050 Nachman Sprlngfllled com.*

40

790 National Battery Co pref—*

250

116,900

m'm

20

350

12,600

■

mm m

—

\

490

•'I-:.-.'

'mm

m m

:~i

500

/

29
8

8

mmm-m-m m

■

tm

m

—

m

$3H conv preferred

•

♦

3%
27

26X

IX
6H

1,550
12,600
1,500

«,

M

~

m mm

m

m

~

m.

—'

—

15

50
m'rn

m

'

350

>£

6

Oct. 27

2634 Oct.

8

3
Oct. 27
2634 Oct. 19
34 Oct
25

34 Oct.

6
3

IX

134 Oct.

3

134 Oct

5

334 Oct.

5

4X Oct. 29

.J4.
X.

8

15 X

Oct.

3

3

34X

4

8

7

2X

2X
2X
26^

IX

4X

20

143^
X

434 Oct. 26
1534 Oct. 26
X Oct. 28

6
15X

19>*

X

3

434 Oct. 26
1534 Oct.
34 Oct.

26
4

34 Oct.

334
34
234
334

1

134
34

2%
IX

A..*
com..*

5!
17 J

X Oct.

1

No 8c So Amer Corp A

com..*

1

12X
X
X

16X

18

1
1
Sale

3

Sale

4X

3X
OX

.7

33
12

34
34

Oct.

10

0

10

"oxOctT"~8
3

Oct.

134 Oct.

2X

V*

5
5

134 Oct
34 Oct.

5

-

6

Oct.

26

6
18

12

Oct.

15

1834 Oct.

25

334 Oct.
134 Oct.
634 Oct.

4

Oct.

6

1334 Oct.

5

2

Sale

21

5
60

5X
70
59

6X

6

9

10X

11

Oct

11

12X

11

15X

11

Oct.

6

11

8

4

13

7X

9

12
5X

5

13

-4-

5

'Oct" "26

5

Oct.

5

Jan.

7

June

Jan. 14

634

15'A

45'
50
40

2
12

Jan, 11
Jan. 14

3

5

Aug. 30
Feb. 19
Feb. 19
Jan. 23
Jan. 11

2

Feb.

43
323
13

Aug. 31
Feb. 11

Aug. 30
Aug. 22

3

5

Apr. 15

•

Jan.

June

X Sept,

14

3

8

Jan.

12

2
12
27
25
11
11

4
Jan.
2
Jan.
45
Jan.
2034 Jan.

14
2
2

^8

2034 Septl

Apr. 14
Aug.
6
Apr. 14
Apr. 12
17

9
July
6
234 May 25
8X May
9
2
May 10

Oct.

15

10'

June

X June 10

4

7

13
22
Jan. 13
Jan. 20
Jan. 13

Jan.

4854 Jan. 25
15
Sept. 9
154 Feb 26
5034 Jan. 19
50
Jan.
5

12

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

9

234
34
434
34

8

Jan. 14
X Jan. 12
X Jan. 14

54

X July

Sept.
July
July
734 June
34 July
34 Jan.
934 .Oct.

25

1434 Jan. 19
X Sept. 29
7
Aug. 25
6
Jan. 18
16
Jan.
5
7
Sept. 8

8
20

5

334 June
11

75

85

100

19
15
20
23

23

27
11

Sale
20

134 Oct.

—

33
13 J*
2X
1

27

Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.

Apr.
7
434 June 20
I
Apr. 6
1
July
6
1834 May 27
34 June
7
5
Jan. 11
34 Mar. 30
34 Mar. 26

11

21

2

334 Oct.

4

1334 Sept.

2

June

8

3X
Sale
21

6

5

Nor Amer Lt 8c Power

com

Oct.

X

15X

*

Nor Amer Gas & Elec cl

X

X

X

X

Sale

2

*

50
15,550 Noit hwest Bancorp com
*
1,250 Northwest Eng Co com
320 Nor West Utll pr Hen pref.100
320
7% preferred
—.100
*
1,730 Ontario Mfg Co com....

-

4

34 Oct. 21

6ft 8*

24X

*

50 Nor States Pow A

50
mm

m

4

13

May 25
Apr. 28
July 26

5

2X

13,800 North American Car com...*

100

34X

5

Sale
Sale

41,700 Noblitt-Sparks Ind lnc com.1*

250

Sale
4

X

%
9H

X

44 h

conv.

% cumulative

8X
IX

6

pref--_-100

National Standard com

Cumul.

1.400

m

5

19 X
10 X

Invest Trust—
pref
*
1

Nat Secur Invest Co com—

9.300

•»

8X

10
National Pub Service Corp—

Nat Republic

im
3

X

n

100

7% preferred (w w)

570 National Term part pref
1,350 Nat Union Radio Corp

■

'

m

'i'.; '■"■'7

X

1

National Leather com

15,850

m

'

m

;

*

Nat Elec Power A part

1,400
23,250
21,710

20
•

5

3,450

m m m m

"2X

45

40

$7 preferred
Mo-Kan Pipe

July

X Apr. 13
X Feb. 19
l-16Apr.
9
1
Aug.
8
34 July
6
1
Aug.
1

5

4X
13X
5X
10
-.—.10

51

lien pref.

pr

27

l-16Jan.

275 Minn-Moline Pow Impl con

310 Miss Vail Utll

Jan.

5
5

634 Feb. 29
134 May 26
1034 July 27

4

X Sale

25

July
May

7

Oct.

12

12
6

X Sale

Sale

34 Oct.

434 Oct.

2H" 3"

5
22

11

11

4

8

4

9%

1201

mmm m—m

Sale
Sale
1*

26

24

8

June 13

1

X Jan.,

6

Jan.

4
6
4

2
7
134 Mar. 23
75
Feb. 17

554 Jan.
24
Jan.

2154 Jan.

11

8
60

Feb.
Feb.

55

Jan.

1
3
14

654 Apr.

7

Oshkosh Overall Co—

140
730

""loo

*
*

Common
Convertible preferred
Parker Pen

1,800
(The) Co com. .10
1,160 Peabody Coal Co B com..

50
m

m

m

m

m

100

~

100

4,770

2

11

14

15

5

6

2X

3
85

100

6% preferred

5 X Sale

Penn Gas 8c Elec A com..

2

X

22X

10

6
1

4X
X

xoS

22 M

3

8

7X

10

Oct

5

10

Oct.

5

10

Oct.

5X
34 Oct.

3

34 Oct.

54 Oct.

3
20

7 34 "Oct" "6

OX

"734~Oct"~6

5

June 14

3

10

10

5

34 May 27<

2

3

Mar.

2

434 June

1

2
16

Mar. 28
Jan. 11

554 Jan.
234 Jan.

27
12

Mar.

2

754Mar.

9

20

Peoples Gas Lt 8c Coke166

100

Capital stock

35,215
Rights
6,570 Perfect Circle (The) Co..
33,000 Pines Wlnterfront com..
6,350 Polymet Mfg Corp com
1,250 Potter Co (The) com

"""350
100
'■mm'rn'mm-m

350

7,150

7,150

150
1,900
1,350

7,100
88,005
13,180
4,620
3,320

70

90

64,500

73

Sale
Sale
Sale
X Sale
IX
3

...5
._.*

Prima Co common....

43

6% preferred..........

100

100

105

104

107

73

*

550

100
50

450
m

imim

m

m

545

m

300
m'mmrnm
■

..100

Preferred

3,350 Rollins Hos Mills conv pref.*
*
3,100 Ross Gear 8c Tool com...
660 Ryan Car Co (The) com
*
*
5,170 Ryerson 8c Son Inc com

m

mmm-mm'm

150

13,120 Sally Frocks Inc com.
1,020 Sangamo Electric Co
Preferred
170
mrn'm m m

rn

mm

m.

m-m.

39,850

1,100
33,850
m m

m'rn

210

1,250

mmmmrnm

100

150
"

10

2,350
23,600
1,500
1,030

500

100

Common

So Colo Pow Elec A

*

X
2X

6,120 Standard Dredge
Common
2,200

IX

7

7X

No par value.




x

conv

Ex-divldand.

70

Oct.

18

7334 Oct.

7

"27""
1

76

Sale

10

6334 Oct.
Oct.

15

4954

11

55

80

Oct.

34
1534
234
234

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

11

86
1 107
25
4
1

5

Oct.
Oct.

3
19

34 Oct.

5

1534 Oct.
634 Oct.
234 Oct.
9
Oct.

4
11
5
3

Oct.

5

934

834 Oct. 28

8

734 Oct.

m
7*
634

8

8

834

834 Oct.

14

834 Oct.

7

12
9

5

4
18

Jan.

4

5
Mar.
9
10734 Mar. 21
.Aug. 30
Jan.

103

Feb.

2

634 Oct.

June

11
5

Oct.

mAug.

5

June

June

6

Aug.

8I*

Jan.

19

34 Mar.
534 May

a*

July 22

534 June

27

Mar. 14

Feb.
Jan.

8
5

Mar.

8

Sept.

7

254 Jan.

21
26

15
50

July

19

27

634

Jan.

44
38

Jan.
Jan.

12
20

34
1734
434
434

May 19
Oct. 13
June
3

114 Jan.

14
19

2

July 19
734 May 18

34

X
434
634

19 X

'"434

Sale

64*

434 Oct.

31

34 Oct.
2134 Oct.
5

Oct.

4
19
7

1534

1534

434
34 Sale

34 Oct. 25
1734 Oct. 13

134
X

134

IX

334

54

A*
Sale

"54""

a

J*

4

Oct.

34 Oct.

19
1

434 Oct.
7
1
Oct. 20

2X

134
34

234

134

4X

""3" "

434

3

134 Oct.
1
Oct.

25

134 Oct.

21

4

234 Oct.

3

Oct.

4

134 Oct.

21

1

68 X 100

Ian.

2134 Oct.
8

Aug. 12

May 16
54 Apr. 21
34 Jan. 13
5
May 13

8
2

Jan.

334*Apr. 11

16

Jan.

34 May
3
54 Sept. 15
25

19

234 Mar. 7
134 Mar. 14

June

3

Mar.

2

59

July

5

36

1

Apr.

7

4

*34 May 6
134 Jan. , 5
5834 Jan. 27
34 Jan. 18
134 Oct. 21

5

Sept. 3
34 Jan. 13
8
Sept. 16

48

*5434"Oct7"27 "5434"Oc"tT"27

26"

26

12

29

60

44

6*

Feb.
Jan.

June

19

19

Jan.

3

34 June

%

9

18
10
8
29

114

June

13

Oct.

Jan.

10454 Jan.

Jan.

.,

5

"I'X

'IS

34 Feb.
5034 June
95

Jan.
Jan.

125
115

14

Mar. 16

45

IX

3 H Sale
1
IX

27

Apr.
Jan.

134 Feb.

70

9

7

8034

9

734

X
834

7534 Oct.
104

234 Sale
134
234

1834

*

25

Oct.

35

*

pref.*

60

7534

•

__*

pref

64

.J! 16*

*

150 Standard Pub Service A
*
50 Standard Telephone pref...*
370 Storkline Fur

43

37

25

cap

conv

15

IX
1554
Sale

19

5

7% pref.100

....

3534 Oct.

...—

com

30 St Louis Nat Stkyds

47

10634 107

8034

it*

Southern Union Gas com...*
South East G 8c W part A
*
Southw G&E Co

43

234
22

4
7

72

*

100 Steinite Radio Co
60

84
15
20

9^ 10*
2
14
65

13

Sale

Purchase warrants..

170 Southw Lt 8c Power pref..

——

mmmmrnm

Sale

88

85

105

350 Sivyer Steel Castings com...*

......

'mmmmrnm

com

19""

Sale

820 Shaler Co (The) class A
*
2,250 Slgnode Steel Strap Co pf_30

•

1,800

Seaboard Utll Shares com..*

33,850 Sears Roebuck & Co

m m

'mmmrnmrn

100

450 Seaboard Pub Serv Co $5 pfd *
Convertible preferred
440
*

'

m

....*
...»

Sail4

IX Sale

$

Oct.

1
12 34

1

15* M
81X

38

10
29
13

Sale

88 X
100 x 105

'

47

2

48
50
80
79 X

63

160

...

43

134 Oct
1234 Oct.
234 Oct.
47
Oct.

12

"2X

7% preferred

com

May
May
June
Oct.
Aug.
July
July
June
July

X

125

X

1

11
28
13

2X '"134 "134

114

2X

334 Oct.

1
Oct.
1234 Oct.
234 Oct.

334

6334
134
2734
634

June

12 34
3

134

1^_"
45

Rights

13

19

4

125

ioe

Oct.

1634 Oct. 22
2
Oct. 21

3X

"3H "m

Preferred
100
5,290
13,350 Railroad Shares Corp com..*
2,804 Rath Packing Co com.....10
13,700 Raytheon Mfg Co com....-.*
4,170 Reliance Internet Corp A..*
4,600 Reliance Mfg Co Common. 10

9,150

20

121

Common

5134 June
54 Jan.

68

16

Pub Serv of Nor 111 com..

29,935 Quaker Oats Co

270

65

1954

Process Corporation com ,__*

112,301 Q-R-S De Vry Corp (The)...•

"2",980

76

19

IX

23 X
4

69

Jan.
Jan.

16

12
May 25

Sept. 6
134 Aug. 29
234 Jan,
5
6834 Jan.
7
X Jan. 18
634 Mar. 31

63

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCK
In

Since

October.

Jan. 1.

Price
Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

Shares.
74

STOCKS

Shares.

#

*

474 Studebaker Mail Order A

Ask.

Bid.

Bid.

#

3

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Highest.

Lowest,

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

# Oct.

5

28

1# Oct.

9# Oct.
19

2# Oct.
13# Oct.

22
24

2# Oct.
13# Oct.

22
24

9# Oct.

8

12# Oct.

3

Oct.

10

# Oct.

15

28# Oct.
# Oct.

1
15

2

Oct.

24

2# Oct.

25

Oct.

11

2

Oct.

11

# Oct.

5

# Oct.
7# Oct.
15# Oct.

1

400 Stutz Motor Car common...*

""350

2,150 Super Maid Corp

*

com...

22,366

340 Sutherland Paper Co com..10
35
503,250 Swift Ac Co stk

12,500

504,100

50
30

...

Swift Internaclonal....—15

3

3#
6

354
18 #

Sale

21

Sale

2#

1,950 Telephone Bond & Share A.
First preferred
......100
1,300

......

16,500 Thompson (J R) com
1,800 Transformer Corp of Am
360 12th St Store pref A
460 20 Wacker Drive $6 pref

"2",500
300

113,680
4,700
1,100

20
25

::::: "io"
10#
#
2#

35
com
---

Union Carbide Ac Carbon...

"28#

United Amer Util Inc com...

1

13
1
4#

9#
#
2#

Sale
2#

24""

"""166

2,100

20

520

3,450

117,450
3,640

United Gas Corp common..

560 United Ptrs & Pubs

80

3#

1#

5#
10
1
2#
Sale

U S

.

1,050
2,950
5,600
50

"7200

30

100

pref

22

#

Common

O
.

850

400

24,200

Cup Co

com..

Class A

Purchase warrants

200

90

6# % preferred
90
..100
250 Warchel Corp Common.
Convertible preferred....

250

1,470

15,455

Ward

(Montgom) At Co cl A.

980 Waukesha Motor Co

400

200

400

Western Grocer Co com

4,800

3,300
3,200
76,650

50
450

2,100

24

26

101

35

22#
101#

25

Oct.

3

6 102

Oct.

4

14

Oct.

1

Oct.

20
5

10

100

Oct.

7

Oct.
# Oct.

28

1

3

1

Oct.

29

2# Oct.

2

1

5#

6

3#

6

6#

4

34

.It*

8
20

#
#
13# Sale
1

3

67# -V-

14

Sale
27

#
2#

1
4

4#

1

4

6

i#

1#
4
1#

5# Sale

Oct.

27

5

Oct.

Oct.

21

4

Oct.

3
21

15# Oct.

24

16# Oct.

27

1

16#

#
2

1

67#

75

Sale

17

Jan.

2

Aug.

5

Williams Oil-O-Mat com

3

4

2#
3#

Wisconsin Bankshares com 10

3#
#
1#
10

54

3#
3#
5#

2
11#
/I

10# June 30 26# Sept. 3
Feb. 25
June 11 114
# Apr. 12
# Apr. 12
16
Sept. 6
5# Mar. 31
8
1# Jan.
# June 24
Jan.
9
3
# May 31
2
July 18
11# Feb. 19
Jan. 15
2# May 16 10
3# Aug. 25
# May 16

5

3

14

# Oct.
14# Oct.

6
4

6

Oct.

10

Oct.

25

1

Oct.

25

69

Oct.

25

69

Oct.

25

52

Oct.

27

61

Oct.

4

1#

1

Oct.

24

1

Oct.

24

4

2# Oct.

17

2# Oct.

17

Oct.

3

1

Oct.

1

2

3
1
10

1#

§#
7

2#
....

2#
#

1#
11

1#

8
1

1
Sale
Sale

19
19

2# Apr.
14# Jan.
23# Jan.

4
2
6

1# Jan.

25

4

June 24

19

3
69

Aug. 30
Aug. 26
Oct. 25

1# Mar.

3

4

Feb.

1

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

7
14
29

4# Jan.

29

34
2

# July
7
1# Apr.
5
1
Apr. 29

6
4

9

49

June

•

73

7

Jan. 21
Feb.
4
Jan.
7
Feb.
1
Feb. 26

3# Jan.

26

8

11

3# Feb. 18
4
Jan. 15
1
Apr.
1
5# Sept. 30

11

2# Oct.

11

2

Oct.

2# Oct.

24

3

Oct.

5

2

1

Apr. 20
Apr.
1

3

Oct.

10

3

Oct.

10

2

June 21

1

Oct.

19

1

Oct.

19

8

Oct.

29

10

Oct.

14

1

Oct.

24

1# Oct.

4

# May
6
6# July 12
# May 17

2

Oct.

1 # Jan.

13

r

4

Mar. 26

2# Sept.

Ex-dividend.




2

Feb.
Feb.

23

# Aug.
8
8# Apr. 11
1
May 31
69
Oct. 25
1# Mar. 3
4
Feb.
1
22
July
5
20
Apr. 12
# Apr. 26
1
Apr. 26

# Oct.
1

1

7#
2#
2#
3#
4

# Jan.

# Apr.
8
Aug.
3
2# Aug. 10
1# Apr. 30
5
Oct. 21

14

Oct.

2#

7

28
# Feb. 16
# Jan.

4
2
8

Oct.

12

4
13
7

85

6

354

Jan.

June

4# Aug. 30
1# Feb. 19
3# Jan. 19
20
Jan.
8

3

7

60

.......100

Feb.
Jan.

18

27

1

5

32
3

21

«

Mar. 11

4

13
20
23
16

20

7
52

95
11

Mar. 24

Aug.
Apr.
Mar.
Feb.
June

Oct.

5

#
Sale

13

Jan.
6
Jan.
9
Feb. 26
16# Aug. 31
1# Jan. 15

44

22
24
26
1
22
11

16# Oct.

Sale

6

16#

3
7

60

3

3

3

#

7#
18

10

4

5#
2#

16

-I"

3#

Sale

#

1#

10
76

10

1#
2#

1

Wleboldt Stores Inc

t

21# Oct.

24

Sale

10#

10#

3

3,250 Vates-Amer Mach part pref.
11,150 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..
23.920 Zenith Radio Corp com

No par value.

1
Sale

60
30

50 Wolverine Cement cap. stk 10
280 Woodruff & Edw part A

10

_____

"I"" "16""

1

West P L A Tel class A

7% preferred

20#
#
#
#
#
1

2

2

Western Con Util Inc A

482

'""loo

com

1,770 Wayne Pump Co com
Convertible preferred
2,030

1,250
1,730
2,382

O 72

#
11#
1#

10,300 Wahl Co com
224,170 Walgreen Co com

70

"

\Z

1#
14# Sale
21
22#

810 Vorsec Co part pref
Vortex

Sale
Sale
Sale
8
8#
7#
9#
154
2#

854
#
2#

# Sale
22#
25#

470 Van Sicklen Corp part A
800 Viking Pump Co Pref..

16,800
11,400

2#

2

....

184,160 U S Radio it Telev com
25,000 Utah Radio Products com..
50,500 Utility & Ind Corp com
Convertible preferred....
73,600
1.600 Utilities Pow Ac Lt Corp A__
Common non-voting
2,100

1,100

"""800

Sale
116#

21

.......100

...

Oct.
Oct.
May
July
June
2# Mar.

2#
13#
1 #
8#
#

20

Gypsum......

Preferred

Oct.

#

*2"

preferred
10 United Pub Util 36 pref

5

July 19
May 28
9# May 28
7

1

com

Convertible

100 U S Lines Inc

16,306

2#

# Aug.

Prices.

# Oct.
5
20# Aug. 16
3
Jan.
4
3# Feb.
2
19
Mar. 9
25# Mar. 3

2

Unit Corp of Amer pref...
550 United Dry Docks, Inc com.

"

•

#
1#
3#
4
7# Sale
16
Sale

13

230 Tenn Prod Corp com

"""450

1#
2#
3#
4#
9# Sale
18# Sale

Saw

# Aug.
6
19
Aug. 16

25

31
31

2

#

2#

1.

Highest.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

1932.
Par.

JAN.

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

OHIGAOO

aggregate sales

6

'

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

2,578,823

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31__

STOCK
In

Jan. 1.

Shares.

PRICES

1,000

657666

T66o

BONDS

Oct. 1.

1932.
Bid.

Ask.

Northern Penn 4s

21

20

3234

900

600

200

"'460
3,400
1,384

Jan.

21

Feb.

24

80

90

84

June 24

84

June 24

84

86

90

84

June 24

84

June 24

100

97

99

106

80

77

90

50

43

96

92

96

75
97

84

80

85

85

9434

10234 102

9434

96
Sale

106

10234
9434
10634 105

83

1

10534 Oct.

Oct.

2

7 106

June

27
4
4

35

50

30

40

26

9
May
334 May

4
4

2

85

Jan.

91

July
102»3sSept.
10034 Sept.
40
July

8
9

102»3JSept.23
10034 Sept. 2
40
July - 6

Mar.

85

Mar. 18

July

85
80

90

1

8

Feb.

92 34 Aug.
75
Mar

Mar.

54

32

•

100

32

3434

3234

30
8

934 Sale
106

108

ii

234

3

13
13

3234 Oct.
834 Oct.

27
26

90

Jan.

3334

1534

14
1

35
1434
134

18* si*

19

2634 Sale
734
8

2634 Sale
834
934

24

35

34

1334
14
H
134
1934
24
2334 Sale

20

5

24 11034 Oct.
334 Oct.
5
234 Oct.
10

3
5
2

334 Oct.

3
7
5

9634 May

334 Sept.
34 Apr.

34

Oct.

7

34

Oct.

12

Oct.

24

14

Oct.

1

2634

_*

50

Manufactur'g_50
Philadelphia Co
pref

of Pa $5 pref

25

*
25

Phila Germ & Norrlst'nRR 50

115

27 H
100

2834
30
1034 Sale
1034
11

93

100

24

2534
9534 10034

3134 Aug. 24
93s June
3
Jan.

6

June

18

3
65

234 Sale
1834 Sale
2434 36

14

Feb.

18

2

38

1534 Sept.12
2

Jan.

10
10

26

Oct.

1

2734 SePtMar.

26

Oct.

26

1434 June
2
% June 22

3331

t "/a
1434 Juiy 25
July

2134 Oct.
2234 Oct.

27

8834 100
2134
24

14

2534 Sept.
34 Mar.

"

~

90

Oct.
Oct.

21
11

93
23

Oct.
Oct.

19
19

8

7334 June 20 120
30

15

June

1

82

22

Oct.

26

June

I 100

•

Jan.
Jan.

Sale

33

35

33

Oct.

21

36

Oct.

1

1034 Sale
2034 Sale

14

10
1534

834 Oct.
1034 Oct.

10
10

1034 Oct.
2034 Oct.

1
1

45

47

45

Oct.

4

45

Oct.

45

34 Oct.

13

1

Oct.

4
27

Oct.

21

134 Oct.

25

1

Oct.

63

Feb.

68

1

June

434 Sept.
2334 Sept.

1

134

34 Sale

134

134

934

40
3

50
Sale

1934 Sale
3334 35

1

Sale

1

32

6134
134 Sale
1434 Sale

134 Oct.
1234 Oct.
3234 Oct.

20
10
8

3 34 Oct.
1934 Oct.

3
1

Oct.

3

18

May 31
534 June
1
534 June
8
Oct.

4

% Aug. 12

634 June
1934 June

21

40

26
8

5
9

8
11
Mar.
8

90

36

8

7
5

Jan.

80

46

"2"

pref..*

t c

June

1

Jan.

434 Jan.

15

434 June
10

34 Feb.
105

3634 Feb. 20
10
Aug. 20
1134 Sept. 2
113
Mar. 14
6
Feb. 25
334 Sept. 24

June

34 Aug.
7 .«>-May

10

-

39

1134

Oct.
Oct.

734 "'934
10834 11034 10934 Oct.
11034 Sale
334 Oct.
334
5
334
5
134 Oct.
134
134
234 Sale
12
12
2
2
3
Oct.
3%
334
8

*

Salt

Ex-dividend.

June

73

A

Y) com..*

pref.

June

8934 Apr.

6

(Phila) com.*

Prod

Sept.26
Mar. 28

10734 Oct.
1
10334 July 25
106
Sept.29
96 34 Jan. 27
9634 Jan. 12

9
May
334 May

100

Phila Elec Pow

June
3
Mar. 26

Feb.
9834 June 17 100
98
June 14 10034 Aug.

534

100

Pennsylvania RR

8,461 Phila Elec

30

May 12
May 17
July 13
Mar. 4
Mar. 8
Feb.
5

91

Feb.

98

9934 Jan.

102

Fob.

100

14 10734 Oct.

June 24

73
92

Apr.
8634 Apr.

Oct.

2
8

31

3034 Mar. 15

85
102

23

Sept.
3034 Mar.

35

June

94

234




80

73

10134 Apr.

57 Mineh & Schuyl Haven RR.50
Mitten Bank Sec Corp
25

a:

24

2334 Aug.
2234 June

24

90

95

2534 Oct.

25

2534 Oct.
25

85

June

61

9134

22

391 Phila Dairy

•No par value

91

83

1,200

1,140
2,800

9134

3934

24

Feb.

76

8434
7134
8634
8834
8734

8834 Mar.
9134
32

•

Preferred

Penna

5

Feb.

8434 Jan.

10
36,200 Insurance Co ofN A..
267,535 Lehigh Coal 8c Navigation..*
50
10,661 Lehigh Valley

330

9934 Feb.

8

7134 May
8634 July

New

v

June 24

73

*

Pennroad Corp

Feb.

31

48

92

9834

11,353 Electric Storage Battery..100
1ft
27,295 Fire Association

21,800
20,600

13

23
46

8034 Jan.

17 107

Feb.

7034 July

70

Par

Inc.

cum

May 13

76

1987

Penn Cent L & P

May 14

21

6234 Apr. 14

50
2,290 Cambria Iron
10,760 Cainden Fire Insurance....5
*
1,600 Central Airport

26

25

85

29

1960
1931

61,510 Budd (E G) Mfg Co
Preferred
2,091
17,100 Budd Wheel Co....

400

May 14

86

Oct

1933

Horn & Hardart (N

12

97

*
70,130 American Stores...
4,733 Bankers Securities Corp
50
23,440 Bankers Securities pref__ 50
100
14,723 Bell Tell Co of Pa pref

630

Jan.

3

70

U S Liberty 1st 434s

Horn & Hardart

23

90

June

29

Virginia RR & Power 5sr. 1934

2,530
17,400

2834 Jan.

1

50

Oct.

70

Improvement 4s

3,482 (I) Fishman 8c Sons
100

3

Feb.

81

Warner Co 1st 6s with warr'ts

800

6

June

May 16

82

1944

487 Consol Traction of N J

910

Feb.

70

Southeastern Pr & Lt 6s.2025

595 Bornot

Oct.

65
29

6834

J1971

STOCKS

20

95

1434 Mar. 24
6634 May 18

Strawbridge & Clothier 5s '48

Shares

5
3

95

1957

1,000 Wil & Chester 6s
9,000 York Rys 1st 5s

20

6234 July
1534 June

Oct" *29

Safe Harbor W Pow 4V4s_1979

54,000
7,000
52,000
3,000
1,000
5,000

60

34

Readng Terminal 5s...
Reading

Oct.

Sept. 16
June
4 10134 July 27
10134 July 16 10134 July 16

78

10534 10634 10534 106

1,000

20

1
14

39

83

Sale

318

Oct.

95
22

13

70

100

5,000

20

Jan.

86

1

Oct.

65

1st Hen & ref 5s
1960
2,100
910,500 Phila Elec Pow Co 534s..1072

Republic of Chile
Republic of Peru 6s

Mar. 14

9134 June

82

74

32,900

Reading Terminal 5s

Prices.

65

80

70

"87666

270

Oct.

20~ "Oct. "II

13

13

13

107

10,000
8,000
2,000
5,000
5,000

Sale

15

28

Sale

w

Highest.

Prices

Mar. 14
June
1

Sale

60
25

2434

1936

Phila Sub Co 434
Pub Serv El & Gas 4s

Lowest.

Prices

Oct.

30

13

95
21

10134

II,000
18,000

Sale

Sale Prices.

10634 107

10734 HI

15,000 Interstate Ry 4s_1943
1935
23,000 Keystone Tel 5s
1948
3,000 Lehigh Nav cons 4
5,000
434s series A
1954
5,000
434s series C
1954
93,000 Lehigh Power & Light 6s

2,000

Ask.

Highest.

Lowest

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

19,000 Penn Cent L & P 43i«—1977
1941
4,000 Penna Co 3348
1,000 Penn RR 634s
1936
2,000 Pennsylvania 5s
1968
1981
54,000 Penna Pow & Lt 434«
1943
27,000 Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4s
4,000 Peoples Pass 4s TC ctf dep'45
4,000 Phila Balto & Central 4s
49,600 Phila Elec (Pa) 1st s f 4s.1966
1st 434* series
1967
102,000
1st & ref 4s
1971
115,200
1st 58
..1966
406,840

1,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

June

Annuity 434
78,000 Lehigh Vail Trans ref 5s_1960
General 4s
2003
10,000

"""500

9,198,817

IN OCTOBER.

2934 Oct.

9,000

Shares.
800

3,485,002

65

1,000 Adv Bag & Paper 6s—-.1952
1,000 Atlantic Refining Co 5s..1937
2028
38,700 Amer Elec & Gas 5s
I960
5,000 Baltimore & Ohio 43^8
3,000 Bell Telephone 5s
1948
I,000
Company preferred
I,000 Ches & Ohio Ry 4 34s
1992
1935
21,000 Con Trac of N J 1st 5s
1,116,902 Elec & Peoples tr ctfs 4s_1945
Certificates of deposi
48,300
12,400 Georgia Power & Lt 534«-1967
1960
5,000 German Cen Bank 6s

II,000 Lehigh Valley Annuity 6s...

1,000

--

Price

EXCHANGE

Shares.

¥.666

$406,300

Jan. 2

Since

October.

31.

Jan. 1 to Oct

PHILADELPHIA

AGGREGATE SALES.

1931.

$112,900

October.

1,054,265
7,623,177

431,319

1932.

Bond Sales.

1931.

1932.

Stock Sales.

October

1434 Jan. 22
2834 Sept. 3
Sept. 7
234 Jan. 14
3
Jan. 30

46

Jan.

5

2
6

18

Sale

75

65

74

60

70

60

9034
2834

92
30

99

9934
3034

9834 Sale
2934 Sale

2934

~9834~Oct7~I6 9934~Oct7
2934 Oct.

18

3034 Oct.

5
3

June

23

Aug. 26
June
3
June 20

55

34

June

23

33

June

74

Jan.

86

Juue

2234 June
100

June

40

18

9

99?4 Oct.
5
Aug. 25
10814 Mar. 16
31

AGGREGATE SALES

October.

Jan.

Shares.

Price
Jan. 2

STOCKS.

1.

1932.

Shares.

1,020
500
423
540

Phila Insulated Wire

*

Phlla Rapid Transit

13

50

Philadelphia Traction
ctf of deposit

—50

50

4,000 Reliance Insurance
1,064 Scott Paper..

-*

7

47

Series A

281
47

17

195

"""226

20%

1%
43%

%
36%

6% preferred
7% A

39,110 Union Tractlon..^........80

15

Oct.

8

5

Oct.

10

6

Oct.

21

31

Oct.

18

17 100% Oct.
Oct.
15 91

15

90% Oct.
26 100% Oct.
21
1% Oct.

8
28
6
5

90% Oct.
85
May
91
Jan.
% June
Aug.
Apr.
25

Oct.
90% Oct.
90% Oct.
100
Oct.

1

1

Oct.

1%

%

1%

1%

Oct.

5

1% Oct.

%

31

34

%

%

li#

Oct.

28

33% Oct.

3

% Oct.
% Oct.

%
%

14
13

% Oct.
% Oct.

14
11

Oct.

21

11% Oct.

4

Oct.

90% Oct.
101

It* Sept.

17

June 21
Aug. 24

1-16 Jan.

1-16 Mas

18% Sale

16% Oct.

10

19% Oct.

1

June

2

93

91

Oct.

11

93

6

June

2

20

10

2

4

2

4

1

60
5

19% Sale
96%

10

88
61
7

85

4

5

6

6%

5

6%

10
92

4

5

*

Sale

.

2%

*

5

"43" "56"

411 W Jersey Ac Seashore RR.—50
338 York Rys preferred
50

2

10

17

10

Oct.

80

Jan,

2% Oct.

28

2% Oct.

1 % June 13
3
May 26
5
May 24

28

9%

30

45

30

42

38

Oct.

25

30

25

30

26

Oct.

7
10

38

Oct.

7

29

Oct.

3

K

35
20

%

July 28
July 22

8

Mar. 17
Jan.
1
Feb. 19
8

Jan.

17% Jan. 29
15% Feb. 13
22
Sept. 8
94
Mar. 10
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

60
7
80

11

1% July 23
4% Feb.
9

10

5

9%

Oct.

Mas 31
July 29

Sept. 10
IA Juno 27

3

3

3%

5

*

Sale
20

7

23

10

10

40

6

2

Jan.

12%

12

6

Jan.

11%

%

15
8
Mar. 10
Oct.

91

3i«

%

11

100 & Oct.

%
%

.....

Coal

31

35

15
Sept. 12
Sept.' 8
Sept. 8
Jan.
8
51
Sept. 2
24% Mar. 14
7
Sept. 6
7%
29A
28%
5%

3

6

Certificates of deposit

300 Westmoreland

105

,

%

33%

1-16

839,800 United Gas Impt com new..*
Preferred new...
_.*
6,360
3,534 U S Dairy Prod class A
*
Common class B.....
2,616
Second
100
preferred
2,600 Victory Insurance Co
10
100 Victory Park Land Impt... 10
9,210 Warner Company
300 Westmoreland, Inc

100

1%

19
21

28
Jan.
6% Jan.
18
Jan.

42% Mar. 14

19
June
72 % July

11

8

%

15% Sale
14% Sale
18% Sale

25

Oct.

Oct. 24
1% June
9
4% June 17
1% June 29
17
Oct.
8
21 % Sept. 20
% Apr. 19
10% June 14
24% Mar. 14
1% July 21

3
15
1
29

1%

1,300

130

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

19

24

4%
6%
6%
20%

% Sale

1,500

200

Oct.

10
11

17

7

90

89

"l % Sale"

*
*

35

650

23

25

28% Oct.

5
30

Sale

79

100
.....100

...

32

100

24

100

1,960 Tacdny-Palmyra Bridge...
416 Telephone Security pref...50
1
42,600 Tono-Be^mont Derel
10,700 Tonopali Mining
._.]

760

1%
44%
7

29

3

38,700

Oct.

Oct.

5% Oct.
4% Oct.

1
37%

5

100

......

2

115

Highest.
Sale Prices.

3

4
7
5%
23

5

38%

36%

25

""400

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

19

24

2%
5%

Series B

6,917 Seaboard Utilities Corp
1,600 Sentry Safety Control
10,320 Shrete El Dorado Pipe L

645

20

35

3*4
4*4
7%
9
6% Sale
21%
23%

3

2

10

160
47

Highest.
Sale Prices.

50

400

43

Sale
31

1
30

*

RR

1st pref

5

Lowest.

Ask.

-

__

5,669 Railroad Shares Corp
605 Reading

23

Sale

3%
3%
24% Sale

Phila at Reading Coal at Iron*

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask.
33

3% Sale

56

7% preferred

350

"""366

Bid.
28

Par.

2,047
9,700
12,450
14,149
12,755

200

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

In

65

STOCK EXCHANGE

PHILADELPHIA

6

Sept.

]

4

25
11

3

4% Feb.

9

5% Mar.

8

12
May 24
Jan. 13
Aug. 23

6

Apr.

5

55
29

•No par value

Table

Brought Forward from Page 16.

RATES OF EXCHANGE

ON

Paris

Swiss

Amsterdam

Francs

Francs

Guilders

Bankers'
Checks
i_.

3.91*i# a.91^

2-.

34-

Checks

3.91*6 a.91*6

19.27

5-

13-

19.27

13.87*6al3.88 5.12

a.12% 5.12%a5.13

13.87

14-

3.91»i#a.92»i«

15-

3.926i# a.92*6

16-

3.92*6 a.92*6

18-

3.92

19-

3.92*6 a.93

20-

3.921*180.93*1#

o.92*i#

21-

3.93*6 a.93*6
22- 3.93*6 0.93*6
23..

019.33 40.17 *6a40.21 40.20*6a40.24 13.88
HOLI DAY

HOLI DAY
a.92 *6

3.937i# a.93l*i6 19.33

3.93*6 a.94*6

a.33*6 19.33*6al9.34 40.26
19.33*60.35*6 19.34
o.36*6 40.26

13.88

13.88*60.89*6 13.89

O40.29 13.90*6a.91*6 13.91

25..

3.92ni#a.93*i#

3.92iSi#o.93*6
3.93*6 a.93»i#

al3.92

5.11

al3.93

5.11*6a.ll*6 5.11*6a.l2*6
5.11

040.24 40.23

a.31*6 40.19
19.29*6a.31*6 19.30
19.30
a 31*6 19.30%al9.32 40.21
19.28
al9.29 19.28 *6al9.30 40.23

013.92

a.25*6

13.90*6o.91*6 13.91

3.92*6 a3.93

19.27 *6al9.30 19.28

3.92*6 a.92*6

19.27 *6al9.28 19.28

a.28*6 40.20

a.93 *6

SUN DAY

040.25 40.24

a40.21 40.20%a40.22
SUN DAY

SUN DAY

3.92*6 a.92*6

13.90 *6al3.91 13.91

19.27*6 a.27 *6 19.27*6al9.28 40.17

a.91*6

o.20*6 40.19*6a40.21 13.89*6a.90*6 13.90

59%a.61%
59%o.61*6
59%o.61%
59%a.61%
59%a.61%
59%a.61%
59%a.61%
59%o.61%
59%a.61%
59%a.61%
59%o.61%
59%o.61%
59%o.60*6
59%a.60*6
59%o.60*6

.60

a.63

.60

o.63

.60

.60
.60

a.63
a.63

.60

a.63

.60

a.63

.60

a.63

.60

a.63

.60

a.63

:60

a.62

.60

a.62

.60

5.11*60.11% 5.11%a5.12

54

o.59*6

0.62

.54%a.60

Sweden

Norway

Berlin

Austria

Kronor

Kroner

Reichsmarks

iSchilling

Peseta

Bankers'

Bankers'

Bankers'

Bankers'

Bankers'

Bankers'

Checks

Cables

Checks

Cables

Checks

Cables

017.94 17.92%a17.95 17.73%a.74% 17.74
SUN DAY
SUN DAY
017.94 17.90%al7.95 17.72%a.74% 17.73

al7.75

17.40%al7.43 17.41

al7.75

17.40

al7.42 17.40%al7

4

017.92 17.89%al7.93 17.71al7.74% 17.72

017.75

17.39

al7.41 17.40

5

017.94 17.90%al7.95 17.72%al7.75 17.73%al7.76
017.94 17.90%al7.95 17.72%al7.75 17.73
al7.76
017.94 17.90%al7.95 17.72%al7.74 17.73
al7.75

3

6

7
8

17.39%al7.42 17.40
17.40

17.39%ol7.42 17.40

11

al7.46 17.43

ol7

23.76% o.77% 23.77

014.11 8.16

023.78 13.95ol4.10% 13.96
23.74%a23.77 23.76%a23.78 13.95014.11% 13.96
23.75
023.79 23-76
O23.80 13.985ol4.115 13.99

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

23.76

023.77 23.77

O17.90 17.68017.71% 17.69al7.72%

17.34

ol7.39 17.35

al7,

23.75

023.76 23.76

O17.90 17.67al7.69% 17.67%ol7.70 17.33
ol7.86 17.83%al7.87 17.67
017.69 17.67%al7.70 17.30
017.89 17.85%al7.90 17.69
017.71 17.69%al7.72 17.31

017.36 17.34

al7,

23.74

023.75 23.75

017.34 17.31

al7,

HOLI DAY

14

83

HOLI DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

HOLI DAY

017.33 17.32

13.95014.11% 13.96
023.77 13.95ol4.11% 13.96

al7,

O8.20

014.12 8.20

08.22

014.12 8.18

HOLI DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN day

017.64 17.58%al7.65 17.45

ol7.49 17.46

20

017.64 17.60

ol7.65 17.47

21

017.67 17.62

017.68

22

017.64 17.60

017.65 17.50%al7.54 17.51

ol7,

23

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

24

31ol7.38% 17.32

017.39 17.29

O17.40 17.30

al7.41

16.89

ol7.04 16.90

al7,

23.75

25

,20

ol7.31 17.21

017.30

16,84

al6.94 16.85

al6

26

,14

017.31 17.15

ol7.32 17.22%ol7.29 17.23
017.32 17.04
O17.30 17.05

16.74

al6.93 16.75

al6

27

.09

017.14 17.10

28

,09

017.19 17.10

017.15 17.12%al7.14 17.13
O17.20 17.14%ol7.21 17.15

29

,14

017.16 17.15

017.17

30
31 17.11

17.52

17.18

SUN DAY

017.14 17.12

ol7.25 17.20

al7,

O17.50

17.10

al7.14 17.11

al7

al7.54 17.47%al7.55 17.13
017.58 17.52%a.58% 17.14

al7.19 17.14

al7

ol7.18 17.15

al7

017.55

17.12%al7.17 17.13
SUN DAY

al6

al6.80 16.80

al6




If

19

017.21 17.20

23.75

a23.76 23.75%a23.77 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%ol4.11
SUN DAY
SUN DAY

ol6.79 16.76 %al6

23.73

a23.75 23.75

017.22

16.76

SUN DAY

08.19

8.18%0.19%
8.18

08.19

O8.20

8.19

oS.20% 8.19%o.21%
8.20
o8.21
8.20%o8.22
8.20 o8.20% 8.20%o.21%
SUN day

016.77 16.73%ol6

,

8.17

08.19

08.18% 8.18

8.18%o.22% 8.19%o.23%
8.20 o8.22% 8.21 o8.23%
23.76%o23.78 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%al4.11 8.20
o8.21
8.20%o8.22
23.75%o.77% 13.94al4.10% 13.94%al4.11 8.20 o8.20% 8.20%o.21%
23.76
023.77 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%ol4.11 8.19
O8.20 8.19%o8.21

al6.84 16.76

017.19 17.18%ol7.20 16.79

8.17

al4.ll

017.22

16.75

8.18

SUN DAY

023.79 13.99ol4.10% 14.00

al7.15 16.73

SUN DAY
017.15

SUN DAY
023.78 23.77

23.75%a.77%
23.75%a23.77
23.74%a.76%
23.74% a23.76

ol7.31

8.19 o8.20%

HOLI day

19

17.19

o8.20

014.11 8.18
o8.19
13.95ol4.10% 13.96
8.18%0.19%
23.75
023.77 23.76023.77% 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%al4.1I 8.17%o.l8% 8.18
08.19
23.74% o23.77 23.76% 023.78 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%ol4.11 8.17%o8.20 8.18 o8.20%

23.75% 023.77 23.76% 023.78 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%al4.11
al4.11
23.74%a.76% 23.76a23.77% 13.95ol4.10% 13.96
023.79 13.94014.10% 13.94%ol4.11
23.75%a23.78 23.77
23.76% a23.78 23.77%a23.79 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%al4.11
O23.80 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%al4.11
23.77%o23.79 23.78
23.77
023.79 23.78%a23.80 13.94ol4.11% 13.94%ol4.12

al7.84 17.57

S.21%a8.23

8.19%o8.21

023.76

017.83 17.75

al7,

8.16%o.l7%
8.16%a8.21

SUN day

014.12 8.18%o8.20

18

al7.34 17.32

08.17

014.12 8.16

017.89 17.84%al7.90 17.69

17.31

08.I8

08.17

8.16%o8.18
014.11 8.16 08.16% 8.16%o8.17
014.12 8.16
o8.17
8.16%o.l7%

17

017.72 17.69%al7.73
O17.60 17.58
017.61

8.16

SUN DAY

023.78

HOLI DAY

SUN DAY

.

Cables

SUN day

SUN DAY

ol7,

a 17

Checks

014.11

al7,

017.89 17.88

Cables

O23.80 13.93ol4.11% 13.93%ol4.12 8.16 08.17% 8.17

a23.80 13.95ol4.10% 13.96
23.76%a23.79 23.78o23.79% 13.95ol4.l0% 13.96
023.78 13.985ol4.115 13.99
23.76% a.77% 23.77

017.43 17.41

,84%ol7.89 17.85

Checks

Spanish

023.79 23.79

17.40

13

16

al7

23.77

al7.76 17.73%al7.77

12

15

Cables

SUN DAY

al7.41 17.40%al7

017.95 17.90%al7.96 17.73

10

Checks

al7.44 23.77%a23.79 23.78

SUN DAY

017.99 17.93%al8.00 17.76ol7.78% 17.76%al7.79 17.42
SUN DAY
SUN DAY

9

a.63

.60

Kroner

2

.63
a.63

.60

Denmark

1 17.92

a.63

.60

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

al3.91

.60*6a.63

HOLI DAY

SUN DAY

5.11%a.l2*6
5.11%a.l2*6
5.11%a5.12
5.11%a.l2*6
5.11%a5.12
5.11*60.11% 5.11%a5.12
0.12*6
5.11%a.ll*6
5.11*60.11*6
5.11*6a5.12
5.11*6a.ll%

SUN DAY

a.61%

59%o.61%

SUN DAY

O40.26 13.90*6al3.92 13.91
0.92*6
O40.24 40.23%a40.25 13.91
al3.92 13.91 *6al3.93
O40.24 13.90
a.30*6 40.19 *6a40.23 40.23
a.91*6 13.90%al3.92

3.93

a.11% 5.11*6 o5.12

SUN DAY

a.61%

SUN DAY

a.93 *6

SUN DAY

0.35*6 40.24

.60*6a.63

60

SUN DAY

5.11%a.ll% 5.11%a5.12
5.11
a.ll°i6 5.11*6oll1#i#
ol3.90 5.11
o.ll*6 5.11*60.11%
ol3.92 5.11
a.ll*6 5.11*6a.ll*6

040.28 40.27*6a40.30 13.91*6al3.93 13.92

SUN DAY

.60%a.63

60

SUN DAY

o.9 0*6 13.89 *6 al 3.91
013.89 13.88*6a.89*6

040.29 40.26*6a40.30 13.90*6.a91*6 13.91
a40.32 13.91*6a.92*6 13.92
0.30*6 40.30

19.32 J6al9.35 19.33

3.92*6 0.92*6

a.19*6

40.22 *6a.24 *6
40.25

60*6o.61*6

.60

SUN DAY

013.90 13.89*6a.90*6 5.11%a.l2% 5.12*60.12*6
al3.90 5.11%a.l2*6 5.12*60.12%
0.89*6 13.89
HOLI DAY
HOLI DAY

a40.24 13.89

40.18

.60*6a.63
.60*6a.63
.60*6a.63
.60*6a.63

.60

SUN DAY

40.23

a.61*6
o. 61*6
a.61*6
a. 61*6

13.88 J6al3.89 5.12%o.l2% 5.12*6a.l2%
0.92*6 13.88 *6al3.93 5.11%o.l2% 5.11%a.l2*6
al3.94 5.12
0.93*6 13.93
a.12 *6 5.12*60.12*6

SUN DAY

19.31 *6al9.33 19.32*6a.33*6 40.20*6a.23*6
19.28*6al9.30 19.29
o.30*6 40.14*6a.l8*6
19.31
040.23
a.32*6 19.31*60.33*6 40.19
19:32
ol9.33 19.32*60.33*6 40.21*6a.25*6

.60

SUN DAY

19.29

SUN DAY

3.92*6 a3.93
3.92*6 a.92*6
3.92*6 a.93*6
3.93ii6 a.93*6

a. 61*6

.60

O40.20 13.87
O19.30 19.29*6a.30*6 40.17*6fl40.19 40.18
a.88*6 13.88 f 013.89 5.11%a.l2% 5.11*60.12*6
3.925i# a.92*6
13.88 3 al3.89 5.11*6a.ll% 5.11%a5.12
ol9.31 40.14*6a.l8*6 40.18*6a40.20 13.87a.88 *6
19.29*60.30*6 19.30
3.92»i« a.92i»i6 19.30*6al9.32 19.31
a.89*6 13.89 f C13.90 5.11%a.ll% 5.11%a5.12
o.21*6 40.20*6a40.22 13.88
o.32*6 40.18
3.92

3.93«i# a.93*6

31-

13.89

.60*6a.63

.60

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

19.30*60.32*6 19.31

SUN DAY

30-

13.92

019.36 40.20*6a40.25 40.24*6a40.28

3.93% a.93*6

3;92i»i#a.93*6
27- 3.92*6 03.93
28- 3.92*6 a.92*6
29- 3.92*6 a.92%

13.88

19.32*6a.35*6 19.33

2420-

a.32*6
o.38*6

Cables

Checks

013.88 5.12%o.l2% 5.12*60.12*6
13.87*6al3.88 5.12
0.12*6 5.12*60.12%

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

17-

SUN DAY

0.87*6
0.16*6 40.15*6a40.17 13.87
0.27*6 19.27*6al9.28 40.12
019.28 19.27*60.28*6 40.12*6a.l6*6 40.16
a.17*6 13.86J6a.87*6
19.27 *6al9.28 19.28
a.87*6
a.28*6 40.13*6a40.18 40.16*6a.l8*6 13.87
19.29
0.88*6
a.29?6 19.29*6a.30*6 40.16*6a.20*6 40.20*6a40.22 13.88

HOLI DAY

3.91*6 a.92*1#

Cables

19.27

3.91*6 a3.92
3.91*6 o.92*6
6- 3.91*6 a.92% 3.92*6 a.92«i#
7- 3.92*6 a.93»i# 3.92*6 a.93*6
19.29 *6al9.35 19.30
a40.32 40.22
o.35*6 40.18
8- 3.93*1# a.93 *6 3.93*6 0.931*1# 19.38
0.41*6 19.38*6019.42 40.30*6a40.37 40.34
9..
SUN DAY
10.. 3.92% a.931!# 3.92*6 a.93*6
11- 3.92
a. 92*6
3.92*6 a.92*6

13.86*60.87*6 13.87

Bankers'

Bankers'

Checks

0.12% 5.12%a5.13

SUN DAY

O40.16 40.15*6a40.17
SUN DAY

Drachma

013.88 5.12

019.28 19.27*6a.28*6
SUN DAY

40.13

.

Cables

Greek

Lire

Bankers'
Checks

Cables

Checks

Cables

Italian

Belgium
Belga

1

Bankers'

Bankers'

Cables

3.91'i# a.91% 3.91*6 a.91%
3.91»i# a.91i»i« 3.91*6 a.91 *6

12-

CONTINENTAL CENTRES.

23.77

023.79 13.94ol4.10% 13.94%al4.11

023.76

8.18

oS.19

13.94ol4.10% 13.94%al4.11 8.18

o8.19

8.19

SUN day

8.19

o8.20
e

O8.20

Boston

otocR

Bxcnange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY

RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31..

In

Since

October.

Jan. 1.

I
25,000
18,200
1,000

"i"666

iT,666
15,000
6,000

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Oct. 1.

1932.
Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

..1946
1947

1,000 Boston Cons Gas 5s
Brown Co

5^1..
...1946
Canad'n Intl Paper Co 6a. 1949

Bid.

Ask.

58

54
103

58

East Maaa StRR aerA IH<

54%

65

55

22"

~55%

"29"

24

1948

17%

24

.....

....

55
103

Oct.
Oct.

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

6

283* Oct.

60
11
19 103

Oct.
Oct.

6
14
19

93 %

36

983*

22% Sale

21

Series B 5a

1948

21

Series C

1948

20

Series D 6a

1948

25

1948

40

2734
47

52

1396

...

483*

24

31

June

June 17

81

June

203* Oct.

3

22% Oct.

1

225* Sale

Oct.

31

20

24

Oct.

27

46.000

55

Shares.
415
1,557

90
9

17

Aug.

8

Feb.
Feb.

70

Feb.

60

Feb.

2d
18

90

1023*

87

First preferred

1,055
337

......100

Adjustment

100

3,162
8

Oct.

6

17

Oct.

6

Mar.

17

Oct.

24

Mar. 19

17
Oct.
6
L00% May 13

99% Jan,
483* Mar.
48% Mar.

99

48% Mar. 29
48% Mar. 29

85

100

90

Mar. 18

Aug.

83

Aug.

4

60

May

85

Jan.

99

Jan.
Jan.

14

99-

85

Mar.

83

85

92% June

1013* 103

45

117% Sale
76

Sale

98% 100

97

Sale

95

Oct.

5

66

65% Sale

65

Oct.

25

19

102% Aug. 24
62

June

Sale

100

Oct.

4

66% Oct.

20

99

50% July
59
5

8%

Mar. 16

12

15

16

15"

58

21

40

18
20

157

94

115

15
Sale
18
.....

20
Sale

83%
125

70
51c
5

2%
75c

I

50c

8% Oct.

7

6
8

4

12

12

15

10

Oct.

8

3&
Oct.
12% Oct.

25

3

14%
13%
20%

20
20
35

18

24

7
5
1

5

June

24

3

June

35

20

5% June
100
July

50

Jan.

16
5

135

Feb.

24

120

8
4

15% Oct.

Oct.

1

20

Oct.

133
85

Oct.

Oct.

12% Oct.

17

83%, Oct.
50c

6

26

Oct.

50c

Oct.

3

2

Oct.

4

2

3

19

2

1%

3

2% Oct.
1% Oct.
9% Oct.

6

2% Oct.
1% Oct.
9% Oct.

12% Oct.

13

20% Oct.

82

14

82

6

70

20%

24%
Sale

21%

73H
100
86

16%

89

18% Sale

85

18% Sale
108

96 Vermont & Massachusetts 100

87

85%
14% Sale

.....

75

Oct.

83% Oct.
12% Oct.
108% Oct.

Oct.

14

May
July
July

85% Oct.
19% Oct.
26 108% Oct.

15

25
11

3
26

86

70
45

22
8
13

il*

Jan.

Sept. 6
Aug. 25
30% Jan. 15
30

75
76
100
100

June

Jan.

Sept.
Feb.
Jan.

23% Sept.

6% June
70
63

21

Jan.
Feb.

1

June

60

65%

.....

Jan

6

July
Sept.

6

Mar. 18

3

Mar.

26

3

Jan.

Apr. 18
Sept. 30

75c

June

90c

Jan.

92

Mar.

20

20%

9

26

19%

3

Jan.

155

July

Sept.
40c
May
1% July

Oct.

3

1

2%

50c

62

7

15
15
15
Jan.
7

Jan.

June 28

July

153
70c

83% Oct.

3

5
1%

b

7
19

3%

.....

14
2

Oct.

125
90
1

Jan.
Jan.

July 28
Sept. 6

24

15

78

135

6 130
1
76%

25

8% Oct.
11
36

June

July 27
July 26
July 28

23%

9%

"46"::::

...

& Hartford

Preferred
800
40 Northern RR
481 Norwich & Worcester pf.100
1,609 Old Colony
100
50
60,259 Pennsylvania RR
416 Prov & Worcester Ry
100

29
93

100%

12

Preferred

236

40
91

90

100

IOC-

46,369 NYNH

18% Oct.
6
Apr. 13
Aug. 23
85% Aug.
4
95
Aug. 11

18% Oct.
Apr.
Aug.
85% Aug.
95
Aug.
22

Sale

864 Maine Central

80

6

par

Preferred B_.

1,603

3",177

18% Oct.

1957

35 Conn & Pasumpsic Riv pf.100
915 East Mass St Ry Co....
100

20
103

6

91

17

1003*

544 Chic Jet Ry & U S Y pref..
Common....
200

80

5

7

Aug.

40

1944

650 Boston & Providence
43

Jan.

91% Mar.

60

993*

6,019 Boat Ac Maine prior pf stpd 100
Ser A 1st pref stamped..100
4,261
Ser B 1st pref stamped..100
1,776
Ser G 1st pref stamped..100
1,982
Ser D 1st pref stamped..100
959

30

96

70

18% Oct.

80

98 Boston & Maine Pref
Common stamped.......
336
Preferred stamped......
189
166

May
9
303* Aug. 23
55
Aug. 12

92

1935

4,740 Boston Ac Albany........100
100
21,147 Boston Elevated

398

Mar. 26

40

17

1937

STOCKS

5

20

28

Mar. 9
Mar. 5
Mar. 24

62

1942
Pennsylvania Elec Co 4s. 1971

Shares

Jan.

31%
31%
33%
33%

61

1956

8,000 Vama Water 5%s

5

Apr.
8
Feb.
8
May
9
303* Aug. 23
49% Jan.
4
96
Jan.
5
91% Mar. 7

5%s—1956

1,000 Sevllla-BUtmore 7%8
44.000 Swift & Co 5s

98% Oct.

17% Jan,

23
40

North Penn Co 6%s

P C Pocahontas deb 7a...

2

28

Mt

B

1

19
Feb.
4
Feb. 23
Mar.
3
Oct.

60

Miss River Power 5s.....1951

Series

47
85

17

23

Mo Pacific Lines 5%s
Nor Am Lt & Pr A

43

28

Metropolitan Edison Co 5s '62

Hope Bridge Flat 6%s '57
1949
New Engl Tel A Tel 5a._.1932

May 13

Mar.

62

...

25,000

19 103

983* Oct.

1940
1957

2,000 Ran City Mem 5c Blrm 4a. 1934
Income 5s
1934
2,000
1959
25,000 Kreuger & Toll 5s
1968
1,000 Lexington Water
1,000 Massachusetts Gas Co 5%s '46

2,000
1,000
33,000
25,000
152.000
1,000
3,000
8,000
2,000

Oct.

33% Oct.

20,000 James River Bridge 6%s.l958

25,000

5

103

17

28

24
....-

6

65

10

40

1967

10,700
Series E 6s
4,000
2,000 European Invest 7s
7,000 Hood Rubber 7a
1,000 Illinois Steel 4%s
1,000 Indianapolis Pr & Lt

25

28% Oct.

1

June

Oct.

94

Prices.

6

40

33 % Oct.

23

23
....

Sale

283* Oct.

17

....

90

-

Highest

Sale Prices.

Prices.

75

343*
90
95

..1940

6a........*

Sale

283* Oct.
50

90

Chic Jet Ry&US Yds 4a. 1940

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Ask

1944

25,000 AUedhany Corp 5s
203.200 Mnoakeag Mfg Co 6a

129,600
12,200

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

BONDS

265,450

$208,600
2,585,100

$158,200
1,603,700

Jan. 2

$

20,000
21,000
86,000
147,000

1931.

1932.

October.

736,738
7,416,288

593,606
6,496,296

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES.

Bond Sales.

1931.

1932.

Stock Sales.

October.

110

June

65

July

Feb.

19

8
1
12

6
9

June 29

MISCELLANEOUS—

11,030
22,161

1,431
760
150
85

21,834
315
515

2,785

American Founders Corp
Amer Ac

1% Sale

Continental Corp...

Amer Pneumatic Service.__25

Preferred....
50
2,390
First pre/erred
1,006
__50
2d preferred.
1,560
355,534 Amer Telep 8c Teleg
100
10,555 Amoskeag Mfg Co
•
13,248 Bigelow-Sanford Carpet... *
323

"""437

Preferred

100

3,480 Boston Personal Prop Trust.
2,679 Brown At Co pref
757 Brown Ac Durrel Co common.

80

832 Continental Securities Corp
Preferred
36
2,280 Crown Cork Internat Corp.
1,355 Bast Boston Land...
..10
19,114 Eastern Gas & Fuel Assn com
7,729
4%]% preferred
100
6% preferred..
13,337
..100
27,160 Eastern SS Lines. Inc new

50
100

1,025
840
693

1,010
560
155
*

/

6,222
2.227

No par value,

Preferred

a Assessment paid.



)

First preferred

100
1

75c

Sale

65c

,1
2
22

1%
15

6%

6%

1

1%

2%
13%

4% Oct.

4%
95c

1

2

3

11

3

15

21

5% Oct.

3

1% Oct.

4

95c
2

Oct.
Oct.

13
8

3

Oct.

28

11

Oct.

24

13

Oct.

11

% June 30
1% Jan.
2

112%
4%

9

Sale
103%
3%
5
10%
15%

10

52

13

75
Sale

64
Sale

1%

5
....

2% Sale

1%

6%

"1% ""!%
1

1%

64

68

60% Sale
7
31
82

Kx-dividend.

Sale
36
85

5

8
64

Sale
Sale

56

61

30
75

27

13

Oct.

8

Oct.

24

10

Oct.

5

Oct.

28

4% Oct.

9%
6%

1%

75c
6

65

50% Sale

7
33
85

1%
6%
Sale

28

Jk
31

75

85

Feb.

2

June

May

July 26
3

June

1

2

1% Jan.
7
1
Apr.
7
2% May 26
40% June 3

3

1
1

Oct.

4

6

Oct.

29
13

59% Oct.
47
5
30
75

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

26
8
4

11

3

Oct.

31

1% Oct.
8% Oct.

4

65

Oct.

7

61

Oct.

5
3
4

6% Oct.
30
Oct.
85
Oct.

3

27

19

Feb. 19
Jan. 16
Feb. 13
Jan. 27

% Apr. 15
31

14

Aug. 29

Aug.
5% July

6% Oct.

1%
Sale

Jan.

June

1

Oct.

28

Aug. 29
Aug. 30

58

3

6

Oct.

June

6

3

3

"1% "1%

6%

Oct.

4

5

7%

26

10

4

70% July
1% May

13 113% Oct.

98% Oct.
3% Oct.

75
8

3

2%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Feb.

9% Sept.

% Feb.
85c
May
4
May
2

116% Sale
3%
3%
17% Sale

3

28
5

18
79

June

2

June 30
June 25

July 20

Feb.

2

Apr. 15
Sept. 24
2% Jan. 27

10
67
70

Feb.

Sept.

11

8

Jan.
Jan.

28
14

36% Jan.
85% Jan.

20
4

9

<*v

BOSTON
AGGREGATE SALES.
In

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Jan. 2

STOCKS

1932.

15k

Bid

1634

150

2,386 Economy Grocery Stores...♦

25,286 Edison Elec Illumination. 100
24,328 Employers' Group Assoc T G.

190

8

Bale
Sale

10,687 General Capital Corp
183 Georgian Corp
1,696 Georgian, Inc (The) A pref_.
966 Gilchrist Corp.
*
55,365 Gillette Safety Razor Co

18

Sale

13
146
45

2,895

128 Grief Brothers
385 Greenfield Tap 8c Die

Ask

19 k

5k

Sale

14 k
1

5

2

2

8

234
3

2%
1834
734

19

15

15k Oct.

Sale

170

Oct.

Sale

5

Oct.

2k
17%
17%
16% Sale

.

18
8

Oct.

26

6
10

25

1*A
lk
1134

16

35

49

1

2

1% Oct.
2k Oct.

8
4

2k Oct.

6

Oct.

10

1124 Oct.

17

1124 Oct.

17

30

Oct.

26

30

Oct.

26

9

May 19

48

8

Feb. 13
Jan.
8
Mar. 3
Apr.
2
Jan. 14
Jan.

6

16
81

Sept.

1

Sept. 19

834
534
2434
1034
2%

Aug. 10

2
16
35

Sept.

3

Apr. 28
3
Apr.
5
10% Jan.
5
8
May 27
1
Aug. 15

21

2

21

2

1

7

Mar.

934 Mar.

June
2
Apr. 15

10

Prices,

24k Sept.

2 205

June 20

1

lk

11^
35

June

3

3

27 k

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

14% Apr.
119

Oct.

17

8

2

Oct.

22

Sale

Prices

11 11934 Oct.
13
5k Oct.

2k Oct.
14k Oct.

2

2

27

14k Oct.
1% Oct.

16

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

8

669 Hathaway Bakeries class B_.
Class A
25
Preferred..
180

20

Sate

Sale

Sale

17

Sale

12

Ask

174

1

734
4k

Bid

17 k

23

5k

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Bid.

1,121

1,099

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Shares.

665

67

EXCHANGE

Price

Since

October.

BOSTON
8TOCK EXCHANGE

STOCK

7

Aug. 10
Mar. LI

Hygrade-Sylvanla Lamp—
80

2,324

25

181

Com stk

1534

17

14k Oct.

60

80

53

tr ctfs

21

15

Oct.

Oct.

8

53

Oct.

8
8

5k Oct.

Preferred

11

7% Oct.

4

lk

lk Oct.

13

7k

7

Oct.

17

lk Oct.
7k Oct.
2k Oct.

13
8
26

Oct.

4

June 17
May 26

10

Jan.
Jan.

4
5

Jan.

24k
7534

2

(nternat Button Hole Sew¬

ing Machine Co
„—10
1,811
6.259 Internat Hydro-Elec Co
...

625

6,125 Jenkins Television Corp
2,544 Llbby McNeil Llbby...

56

147

3,354
160

.

3,223
57,988
6,066
140

85

Loew's

•

48

197

2,921

Mass Utll Associates

80

100

10

534%

Sale
53

50c
1

16k

255
25

31,368

6234c
50c

2

Oct.

10

20

Oct.

21

% Oct.

80

25c
10

50c

23

28c

Oct.

17

24 Oct.
k Oct.

19

5
7

62

5 k Sale

....

Oct.

11

100

Warrants

157" Sale'
8

com..

8k
% Sale

Shawmut Assn TC

cap

stk
25

•

......

5

11

85 Waltham Watch class B....*

2,813

33,540
75

53
8

Jan. 18
May
7

75c
1
18

5
Oct. 11
Aug. 22
Sept. 9

62

Jan.

834 Mar.

Aug.

25

Oct.

2%

3%

lk Oct.

25

Oct.

3

8

100 k

96 k

Sale
Sale

10
1

7

lk

98

7%
k Sale

89

Oct"

11 10024 Oct.

1

7

Oct.

Oct.

1

k Oct.

27
31

k Oct.

31

4k Oct.

19

6k Oct.

1

10

934 Sale

13

6 k
50c

6 k Sale
10 k Sale
18% Sale
31
Sale
20c
25c

13

12

6k

8
5

Sale
75c

50c

6k Sale

7

36

Sale

7% Sale

Sale

32

34 k

34

31%
Ik

Sale

2

38 k
29 k

lk

Sale

12

10

12

2%

"Ik Sale"

Sale

9

9%

lk

11
Sale
75c

Sale
30 k
lk

40

6%
7%
7%
30

10

Oct.
Oct.
Oct,
Oct.

22

Oct.
Oct.

70
45

55

15
Sept. 15

Jan.

Sept. 12
6
18
Apr. 21
Aug. 22
1 Aug* 23
Jan.
Jan.

l:
f

7
13

Oct.

19

12

lk Oct.
34% Oct.
2934 Oct.
lk Oct.

10
14
31
5

•

Preferred

...

Prior preferred
Warren Bros...

100

Sale

60

10

50

25

i

12 k

10

Sale

16k

10

234

30

Oct.

lk Oct.

k Oct.

10

k Oct.

10

14

10

i"6""o"ct:"3i

10 k Oct.

25

Oct.

6

Oct.

12

30

20

30

6

18"" "26"

1

Sale

4

4k

1

18
11

11
1

6

3% Oct.

Conv preferred

6,469 Weatfleld Mfg Co

can

stock.

6

Mar.

2

38

20c

Aug. 23
Feb. 19

13

Jan.

23
1

18

July 20
June
2
June 15
Apr. 26

334 Sept. 6
3 k Aug. 31
40 k Mar. 11
3734 Jan. 27
234 Sept. 8
4734 Mar. 28
234 Jan. 19

Apr. 28
July 15
934 May 20
75c
Nov. 7
8
June 24
10
May
6
1% May 31
9
Aug. 10
10
May 14

134 Aug. 25
1
Aug. 24
1734 Feb. 19
17
Jan. 10

10c

20c

10 ""Oct" "31

5

10

20

.....

8
8

19

%
2234
2534
%

60

1234
3 34

"4% Sale"

—

60

10

100

8
Sept.
1734 Sept.

May 11
234 Jan. 19

25

19 k

1434 Aug. 26
lk Sept. 1
% Jan. 15
16
Mar.
2
934 Jan.
2
134 Jan. 20

33

2%
lk
lk
34% Sale
29 % Sale
1
lk
42

18 k
5

May 26
May
7
% Jan.
2
9
Aug. 17
4
June 23
50c
Aug.
8
3

31c

7 k May
2
June

2k Oct.
3934 Oct.

Oct.

9
Jan. 14
Apr. 22
18% Mar. 15 21 % Mar. 10
Jan. 13
6534 July 11 116

1

3 k May 31
434 July
9
7
May 22
22
June 22
15c
Mar. 23

If

0k Oct.
13 '363^ Oct.

13
28

Common

2,544 Venezuela Holding Corp
•5,821 Venezuela Mexican Oil Corp.
2,813 Waldorf System Inc........

171

2%

11

common

....

1,339

5c

30c

40" "Oct: "21

62

...

2.260 Union Twist Drill
2,494 United Carr Fastener Corp
34,192 United Founders Corp com..
115,770 United Shoe Mach Corp...25
Preferred..
25
9,629
1,238 U S Elec Power Corp
*
Utility Equities Corp 15.50
dlv priority stk allot ctfs..
890

50

38" "Oct" "20

Prior preferred

49,004 Swift A Co
30,866 Torrington Co

50

42

134

3 k Feb.

June

7

9

60k

7
3
1
3 k Aug. 30

3
9
2
1% May 31
1934 July 11
3 k May 31
June
% July

20c

1
75c

10

1034 Aug. 3 9

England Public Service

New....

56,160 Stone & Webster Inc

200

25

21

9

7k Sept.28
2% June
9

45

3,450 Reece Button Hole Mach._10
3,054 Reece Folding Mach..
10

""25

50

35

..

6,914

80c

2k
Sale
2% Sale

.

62

900 Tower Mfg

1*579

40c

2k
3
7 34
8
2 % Sale

preferred

66 Ry Lt & Sec Co

100

25c
15

250 Public Utility Holding

"124

....

tr ctfs

14,502 Pacific Mills
250

627

2

v t c

Mergenthaler Linotype

1

8k

Mulllns Mfg Co

30,558 New England Tel 8c Tel...100

25

50c

'

New

1,411
3,970
1,962

3k
834

8%

10 New Eng G & El Co cl A

""30

901

8

9

lk

3

com

864 New Engl Equity Corp
Preferred
152

"""80

1,268

lH

10
...25

Theatres.

1,465 National Leather
5,648 Nat Service Co com shs

720

11

9

1234 Feb. 16
July 29
8% Sept. 8
15
Jan.
7

35

1834 Jan.

9

MINING—

400 Adventure Cons Copper Co
40,723 Arcadian Cons Mining Co..

22,123
176

1,605

...

66
600

""50
4,030

163
■

2,639

.

25

Cooper

300 Keeweenah Copper
2,125 LaSalle Copper

17,545 Mohawk—..

2%
1%

.

3%
Sale
50c

16
107

14
95

Preferred
isle Royal

lk

25

40c

25

11 k

lk
65<*

Sale

205 Nevada Cons Copper
180 New River Co preferred
91
Common
100

3,765

1,308 Nlplssing Mines
78,422 North Butte
200 Ojlbway Mining Co.

"loo
850

3,024

3,415

*

No par

13,549 Utah Apex Mining
81,869 Utah Metal & Tunnel.

value

1

5k
Sale

334
234

k

85

2%
35c

Sale
3

k Oct.

28

l«i6

Oct.

25

Oct.

11

534 Oct.

234 Oct.

13

3k Oct.

4
1

3

17 k

13 k

13 k
Sale

85

---

85

Oct.

31

1

k Oct.

19

85

Oct.
2% Oct.

31
10

2k
50

1

60'

40c

95c

35c

Oct"27 "35c" Oct" "27

12 k

13

11

Oct.

Sale
6%
6%

13 k

k

lk

25

Jan.
k July
50c
Apr.
30c
Apr.

50

8

.5
2.M

25

%
40c
.....

1%

134

Sale

40c

50c

10c

k
ik
6%
7
2% Sale
1% Sale

lk
8

1%

13k Oct.

1

1%
45c
50c

lk
10

87c
30c

40c

10c
1

8

1%

June

1

1

Oct.

17

30c

Oct.

27

,

1

45c

Oct.
Oct.

17
3

k
k

10

lk

Oct.

17

Oct.

22

Oct.

8

1% Oct.

5

10

"25"

25

15c

lk

5

25c
75c

65c

75c

45c

75c

..1

30c

35c

40c

45c

35c

45c

/

34
%

50c

ik

k Oct.
35c
Oct

8

% Oct.
40c

Oct.

4

4k Sept.

15

3

40c

Apr. 22

4

20c

June 17

8

14c

Mar. 31

50c

Aug. 30
Aug. 26

18

8534 May
7
2 34 Aug. 30
50c
Apr.
7

5
7
8

%
lk

3

Aug. 22

l«i« Oct. 25
8
Sept. 8

23
27

May 31
Apr. 15
May 24
Sept. 8
Apr.
8
June 24
Feb.
9
Apr. 26
June
2
May 18
Jan.
6

9
15

.....

5

85

20c

5c
50c

10

37c

3c

6

5

22
6
27
8

10 k May

Sale

50

Ex-dlvldend




99c

50

10
16

Sale

15

2.*
2,920 Old Dominion Co
16,470 Pond Cr Pocahontas Co...
50,714 Qulncy
..25

130 Shannon..

4k
3k

15c

65 St Mary's Mineral Land ...25
805

Aug.
Sept.
1% May
134 Apr.
10c
Feb.
10c
Feb.

5

91c

25
4,405 Calumet A Hecla
26,591 Copper Range Co
25
11,800 Bast Butte Copper Mining 10
281 Hancock Consol Mining Co..
798 Island Creek Coal..
1

60c

,

Aug. 29

1834 Feb. 19
10
Sept. 7
22,
Sept. 2
34 Sept. 8
134 Sept. 9
75c

Sept.

8

k Feb.
9
134 Aug. 26
10
Sept. 16
3
Sept. 8
1 % Jan.
2
5c

Feb.

17

lk Sept. 10
Aug. 12

65c

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■

Cleveland Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND

Shares

319,249

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31_

Jan.

BONDS

1.

STOCKS

Shares.

Shares.
15

Ask.

-----

100 %
97

Ask.

Lowest.

Highest,
Sale Prices

Sale

95

100%

100%
95

86%

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

39

85

84% Oct.

95

:

86% Oct.

21

Oct.

2

1%

2%

3

-—

.100

10 /

29%

Oct.

2

17

.100

Preferred.

105

66

8

--.10

100 % 103
50

3

640
89

40

Certificates of deposit. .100

598

3%
100

Commercial Bookbinding—*

10,253

18

630

Dow

2%

2

3

6%

3%

100

303
326 Enamel Products

185

"""300
735

Mfg

•
*

51

350

178

...»

573 General T 8c R

80

3% Sale

318
6% preferred
1,443 Geometric Stamping
1,201 Glldden prior pref

100
♦
...»
*

Preferred

3C

1,540
666

247

Halle Brothers

10

Preferred

1,583

Harbauer

1,993
15

48£

8,576

2nd

5(

3%

....

10

n&r

26 104% Oct.

19

Oct.

24

41% Oct.

6

38
35

Oct.

24 150

10%
.....

Oct.
Oct.

25

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

7

Oct.

8

21

38

95

Ojtt. 27

25

35

25
5%

10%

20
5%

20

Oct.

3

20

Oct.

3

25

Oct.

20

26% Oct.
1% Oct.

10
"

8% Oct.

1

61% Oct.
9% Oct.

18

Oct.
Oct.

29

% Oct.
64% Oct.

27
13

26

1%

/

2%

8%

2%

55

Sale

9

1%

20

65

9

10

8%

1% Oct.
59

Q#?t.

4

29

40

47%
1%
73

35

40

40

64%

anVs
67

Oct.

1

37
45

Oct.
Oct.

1

18
13

~2i%

14%
14%

13%

14%

10

35
110

345

69% Oct.

29

12

Oct.

10

Oct.

3

13

10

95

Oct.
Oct.

18 11% Oct.
Oct.
10 100

13

100

6% Oct.

7
_

*8*
70

38* ^

12%

3%
9%
5%
39%

6% Oct.
40

Oct.

29

50

19

7%
60

Jan. 21
Aug. 30

2%
14%
61%
9%

Sept. 1
Sept. 13
Oct.
5
Oct. 18
Jan. 23

12

28 49%
29 60
3%
27
28 78
3
25
5%
17
6 23%
28 28%
~ 51%
45
Sept. 20
July 16 13%
July 29 105

29

65

4

4

Oct.

19

4

Oct.

19

May 27
July
~

25

15

Oct"

20

15

Oct.

20

Oct.

5

Oct.

5

9% Aug,
1% July
July
9% May 31
3
May 13

7%

4%

4

20

20

3%
6

22

3%

16

2%

4%

Sale
3

6

10

Oct.

6

1

4%

12%

15

4

6%

8

6%

Oct.

3% Oct.

11

20% Oct.
3% Oct.

10
3

6

Oct.

6

Oct.

5

Oct.

11

Oct.

15

5

14

5

2

2H

2%
....

4%

1% Oct.
4% Oct,

28
18

1% Oct.
4% Oct.

28

18

8

"4

Oct.
_

21

6% Oct.

4

6% Oct.

2%

5% Oct.

Oct.

5

3

2% Oct.

16

26

12

5

11

3

Oct.

Feb.

Apr. 26
Jan. 20

15

1% Oct.

28

7

29

June

Jan.

Jan.

Feb.

*

% May 27
2% Sept. 19

;

8

Mar. 26

Sept. 20

1

Jan.

30% Feb. 17
12% Feb.
8

Aug. 18

20

7

15

28

Mar. 26

13

80

June 23

4

Jan.

4% Sept. 22

4% Mar. 18

5

7

3
16

25
5
15
31
20
20
4
29

9% Aug. 22
8
Sept. 8
July 30

Aug.
May 24

8

65

19

......100

Apr.
Aug.
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Jan.
Apr.

6% Jan. 21
1 % Sept. 17
Jan.
9

J% July 14
70

90

.100

11

10

8

8

13

20

22

23

30

4

65

9%

3

4%

20

6%

6%
Sale

2

30

10

10

5

Mar.

Aug. 31

40

%

%

Jan.

Sept. 13
Mar. 28

52

June 14

Jan. 29

Jan.

7

May 19
Oct.

74

65

14

Mohawk Rubber

Lithograph

J*
62

"2%

6
4

100

...

38
3

3

23

25
28

20

2
..10

Preferred...

6

30

74

74

Jan. 30
Jan.
2
4% Apr. 19

July
July
Oct.
July
Apr.
May
May
May
Apr.

4

Oct.

14%

Sept. 26
Jan. 18
Feb.
1

6

17
June 30
June 13
Aug.
45
July 12
5% Jan.
9
Sept.

30

5

May

36
28

June

45

10

3
40

4% Apr. 26
Sept. 23
14% July
3% Jan

%

40

40

Sept. 6
5
5% Jan.
4% Feb. 20

June 29 100

18

8

Sept.

15

13

3
May
21% July

Oct.

—

21%

11

18%
18%
1%
11%

22

Aug. 16
Aug. 22

29

June

88

8%
40

—.

July

7

Sept.

14

25

25
28

20

Jan.

3% Jan.

24
27

27

6

4
2

Oct.
Oct.

25

Jan.

6

Jan.

June 22 165
14
Juno
3

3

10
3

95

19%

Sept. 27
Aug. 25

1

May 26
2% Jan.
9

33

25

tl*

3

4% Oct.
6% Oct.

28

35

—

Apr. 30
Apr
14
% Apr. 25

98

6

100

33%

Jan.

10

Oct.

95

---

Feb.

Sept.
91% Apr.
30
Aug.

Oct.

103

28

25% Sale

|M"rray-Ohio Mfg Co

No

95

75

1

Lamson Sessions

100 Morgan
611

% Oct.
3

7

2

38%

37%

7

137 Miller Wholesale Drug

5,106

7

23
Feb. 13
Jan. 21
2
Jan. 14
3
Feb. 10
31% Sept. 3
104% Oct. 19
30
Aug. 24
80

28
68

25

42

100

2,316 Medusa Portland Cement

5( )

5

-.100

Interlake SS

333 Metro Paving Brick
24
Preferred

255

% Oct.

38
40
37
44
1%
140
135
140
133
160
10%
13%
10%
13%
3%
3%
4%
4%
5%
5
4%
4%
5%
6%
6
7
5
5%
6%
6
12
5%
10
3%
1%
3%

22

299 McKee A G "B"
5()

5

37

100

preferred

Preferred

122 Korach

3,535

Oct.

5

Apr. 26
7^ Jan.
5
6
May 11
% Jan. 18

50

33% Feb. 29

Oct.

53% July

6%

3

India Tire & Rubber...

4,506 Kelly Island L Ac T.
11^

Oct.

35

100

935 Kay nee...
Preferred
20

5(

55

40%
%

55

374 Jaeger Machine...

3(

14

79
Sale
75

60
3

5%
%

Potter....

60 Higbee 1st preferred..
16

"""29C

20

100

.

150 Harris Siebold

5C

53% Oct.

55

100

482 Hanna M A $7 pref

""""3C

6%

5

12

17% Sale

27

25

11

100

29 Great Lakes Towing pref. 100
♦
2,261 Grelf Bros Cooperage
100
557 Guardian Trust

% Aug. 22
6% Apr

24

12
July
53% June

5
11

30

—

60%

100

20,338 Goodyear Tire 8c Rubber..
213

2

100

378 Goodrich (B F)
Preferred
160

"2", 782

Sale
4

21

25

224 Godman Shoe

31

Oct.

6

Sale

28

*
2,601 Federal Knitting Mills.
7,464 Ferry Cap & Set Screw
1,405 Firestone Tire & Rubber.. 10
6% preferred---.
100
2,454
*
4,103 Foote Burt
225 Fostoria Pressed Steel.

Oct.

12

47%

Sale

104

35
28

509 Faultless Rubber

'"'670

21

13

30

Sale
99

31

Chemical

Preferred

Elec Controller 8c

12%
12%
7

10

10

400 Eaton Axle & Spring...—.
115 Edwards (Wm) pref
100

50

5

2
Preferred

930 Detroit & Cleveland Nav

""'708

15%

14

Cliffs Corporation v t c
*
350 Columbus Auto Parts pref —*

;

195

.100
Cleveland Union Stkyda.

Oct.

Oct.

11

il

30

V*

987

458

1

35

104%

69%
45

—

9,010
2.636

"""350

24

20% Oct.

15

35

6,788

252

2

Sept. 2
Apr. 26

50

Sale

11

::;H "if"

11

3

35

1,519
5,867
3,948
2,702
1,020

Oct.

14

4

13

63%

13%

—

30

89

Oct.

5

24

50

21

25

11%

.—100

Pref

Mar.

5% May
3
% Feb. 26
20

285

"""330

40

90

25)4

1,770

""'613

50

40

24

342

50

35

5%

10

336

130

4

4% Oct.
Oct.

7

%

16,432

------

1

5

10

4

8
65

....

2,265

380

■

13

1% Oct.

5

1% Oct.

Sale

5

10

Jan.

3

15

% Aug. 22

....

75
4751
3101

50

1%

1

1H
6

5

890
47

6

25
Feb. 24
Sept. 28
2% Aug. 26
7
Jan. 27

7

Feb. 24

1% July
15

„50

50/
70

§""

I
5%

Preferred.

888

16

Mar.

2J4 Feb. 27
28
July 2 0

1

608
■

Feb.

95
95

16

Sept. 28
1% Jan.
7

17

20

13/

'""200

Feb.

84% Oct. 21
2% Feb. 16
28
July 29

18

39

50

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices.

Par.

1,789

------

Oct. 1.

1932.
Bid.

500 City Ice Dellv Cin 6»
1936
1933
17,000 Cleveland Railway 5s
22,400 Cleve S W Ry&Lt G&C5sl954
1944
4,000 WRIC deb 5^8

2,000

210,550

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

$

%

43,900

Jan. 2

Since

In

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31--_-

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
October.

$2,000

CLEVELAND

AGGREGATE SALES.

1931.

October

44,326
410,507

22,306

1932.

Bond Sales.

1931.

1932.

Stock Sales.
October

6.

% Oct.

6

1
3
% May 27
5% Feb. 23
t

2i/

Sept.

Feb.

value




\

69

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE

In

STOCKS

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Price
Jan. 2
1932.

Since

October.

Shares.

Par

23C Myers PEA Bros

......10
9,083 National Acme..
100
1.79C National Carbon pfd
25
3,699 National Refining

330
365
..

.

.

.

M

7*

308

2,886
3,083

10,481

16

3

k

I

k

23 k

_.

248

25

11H

720 Ohio Confection...
20 Ohio Seamless Tube

100
20

50

6

4k Oct.

6

4k Oct.

6

k Oct.

6

1

25

60 k 100

2k

lk

3

lk
25

23 k

22

Oct.

7

7
40

Oct.
Oct.

7
3
14
7
13

•

Oct.

11

16

*
...

8k

35 k

55

2

40

2

Oct.

10

3

Oct.

60

30

Oct.

4

2

4

3

4

30

Sale

7

Oct.

22

60

3k
10

7k Oct. 21
40

Oct.

3

2

Oct.

3

Oct.

14
7

30

Oct.

13

3

Oct.

30

Oct.

.....

12310230648759
120

123490586

4m

m

mi

m.

*
200 Smallwood Stone
102 Standard OH of Ohio pref.100
*
380 Standard Textile
25
10

»

-

—

1,629
50

1,211 Weinberger Drug

172
m.

m

-

mm

—

1,138 White

14

19k

12

Oct.

8

6

Oct.

20

7
5

6
21

Oct.
Oct.

20
25

Oct.
7
Oct. 13
7k Sept. 10
3

7
13

30

Oct.

4

19 H

87

79

80

Oct.

26

85k Oct.

7

75

July

k
25
15

15

18

8

7
4

9

4

45

90

58

90

30

40

4k
16k
lk

4k
18
2

ll»

Oct.

4

15

Oct.

4

13

8

Oct.

4

8

Oct.

4

4

60

Oct.

10

65k Oct.

21

41

Jan.

"OH "10"
23

Sale

2

4

1

Jan.

1

Aug. 10
Sept. 3
Feb. 19
Jan.
7

3k Oct.

29

4k Oct.
18k Oct.
lk Oct.

18
4
3

85

Sept.
June 21

8 k Aug. 20
9 k Feb. 29
65k Oct. 21

May
9
Apr. 25

40

3k

14

k

Oct.

13

lk Oct.

3

7k Oct.

14

16

2k

13
Aug. 19
Jan.

65

Motor Sec pfd.

7k

10H

7k

8

3

13

8

Oct.

7

5

July

88 k

98

68k

19
70

30

20

85

--i»

*

36

40

23

Oct.

17

75

Oct.

17

70

25

85
70

Oct.

7

25

Oct.

7

14

May 19

lk May

19

19

10
Jan. 23
25k Sept. 21
89
Apr.
fl
lk May
7
47
Feb.
6

5

Jan.

75

8

75

16
22

28 k Mar
3 k Jan.

9

9

100
...

1,307 Youngstown Sheet A T pf 100

7

3 k July 11
10
June
1

lk Oct.

4
13
22

100k Jan.

2 k June 13

40

Sept. 9
Apr. 12

35

June

15

7

Aug. 30
Jan.
6

5
22

Feb.
k Sept.

2

"6" "Oct: "16 ""6" "Oct: "10

9

90

7

6
14

k Jan.
7
lk July 13

July

80
1

25

16
28
11
20

June 23
Feb. 16

12
31

Jan.

5

5

8k Mar.
10
July
17k Jan.
4H Apr.

8
14
8
4
23
9
22
18

May
May
June
Aug.'

26

2

H Apr.

13
Jan. 15
60 .Aug. 10
2 ^ Apr. 22

7

June 17

No par value

Table Brought

Forward from Page 16.

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Serbia

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Zloty

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Let

Checks

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Finnish

Bulgaria

Dollar

Oct.

Checks

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1

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dlsct.

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hecks

Checks

Checks

Cables

Argentina

Brazil

Peso

Mtlreis

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Cables

Checks

Cables

.71ka.73

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.45al7.52 1.51kal.59
.59ka.60k ll.17ka.24 17.45al7.52 1.52kal.59
.59ka.60k ll.18all.24 17.45al7.52 1.52kal-59

54
2.95ka2.96k

.71ko.73
.71ka.73
.71ka.73

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

07.65

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

.71ka.73
.71ka.73

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

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9ka9%
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2.95ko2.96k

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2.95ka2.96k
2.95ko2.96k
2.95ka2.96k
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2.95ka2.96k

al.59
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dlsct.

9Ha9ht%

4

dlsct.

9ka91i«%

3

dlsct.

2.95ka2.96k
2.95ka2.96k

.59ka.60k ll.18all.24 17.45al7.52 1.49
.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.45al7.52 1.47

.71ka.73

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

al.59

.71ka.73

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

al.59

>71ka.73

1.49

al.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

.71k«.73
.71ka.73
.71ka.73

1.48kal.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20
1.48kal.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

1.48kal.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a26.80 7.20

07.64 7.25

a7.65

.71ka.73
.71ka-73
.71ka.73
.71ka.73
.71ka.73
.71ka.73

1.48kal.52 25.19a25.79 25.25a25.80 7.20
1.48kal.52 25.25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25
1.48 k al.52 25.25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.25

a7.65

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

1.48

al.52 25.25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25
al.52 25.25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

1.48

al.52 25.25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.50

07.65

.71ka.73

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a7.64 7.50

a7.65

,25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

,25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

.71ka.73
,71ka.73
.71ka.73

1.46kal.48
1.45kal.48
1.46kal.48
1.46kal.48
1.45kal.48
1.46kal.48

,25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

,25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

,25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

.71ka.73

1.45

al.48 25.25a25.79 25.75a25.80 7.25

a7.64 7.50

a7.65

SUNDAY

9

HOLIDAY

9ka9%
8ka8k%

8ka7k%

dlsct.
dlsct.
dlsct.

2.95ka2.96k
2.95ka2.96k
2.95ka2.96k

69 k a 60 k ll.18all.24 17.45al7.52 1.40
.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.45«17.52 1.43

al.59

.59ko.60k ll.17all.24 17.45al7.52 1.35

al.59

al.59

SUNDAY
8

a6k% dlsct.
8% discount
8k% discount
8 ka8%
dlsct.
8ka7k% dlsct.
7»iea7k% dlsct.

2.95ka2.96k
2.95ka2.96k
2.95ka2.96k
2.95ka2.96k
2.95ka2.96k
2.95ka2.96k

.59ka.60k ll.18all.24 17.45al7.52 1.37

al.40k

.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.45al7.52 1.33

al.40k
.59ka.60k ll.18all.24 17.45al7.52 1.34kol.40k
al.40k
.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.45al7.52 1.33
al.40k
.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.45al7.52 1.34
.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.42al7.52 1.32 kal.40 k

1.48

SUNDAY

7ka7k%

dlsct.
discount
9ka9 k% disct.
9ka9k% dlsct.
9k % discount

2.96

9ka9k%

2.96ka2.96k

8k %

—

—

Oct.

dlsct.

2.95ka2.96k
2.96

a2.96k

.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.45al7.52 1.31kal.37k
.59ka.60k ll.16all.24 17.42al7.52 1.34kal.37k

a2.96k
a2.96k

.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.42al7.52 1.35kal.37k
.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.42al7.52 1.35kal.37k

2.96ka2.96k

.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.42al7.52 1.35kal.37k
.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 12.42al7.52 1.35kal.37k

2.96

.71ka.73
.71ka.73

SUNDAY

9ka%9k

dlsct.

2.96ka2.96k

Ecua¬

.59ka.60k ll.17all.24 17.42al7.52 1.37kal.40k
Vene¬

Singa¬

Yoko¬

Bolivi¬

Colombia

dor

Uruguay

zuela

Chile

Peru

Portugal

Hong
Kong

Shanghai

hama

Manila

ano

Dollar

Sucre

Peso

Bolivar

Peso

Sol

Escudo

Dollar

Tael

Yen

Peso

Checks

Checks

Checks

Checks

Checks

Checks

Checks

Checks

Checks

Checks

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

Bolivia

Checks

,24a95.60

1

6.02a6.13 20.00a21.00 3.12ka3.18 23.14a23k

Checks

30.09a30H

pore

Dollar

Checks

Bombay

Java

Rupee

Guilders

Checks

Checks

24.12a24.25 49ka49k 40.12a40.75 26.15a26.20 40.25a40.50

SUNDAY

2

30.20a30"u 23.10a23.45 49ka49k 40.18a40.75 26.13a26.25
30.20a30"i# 23.19a23.75 49ka49k 40.09a40.75 26.12a26.25
30.23a30"i« 23.59a23.90 49ka49k 40.12a40.75 26.12a26.25

.25a40.50

23.60a24.20 49ka49k 40.09a40.75 26.14a26.25

30a40.50

3.12ka3.18 23.12a23.50 30.28a30k 23.52a23.85 49ka49k 40.09a41.00 26.13a26.25
3.13
a3.18 23.15a23.50 30k o30k. 23.53a23.85 49ka49k 40.12a41.00 26.17a20.25

30a40.50

6.02a6.13 20.00a21.00 3.13

a3.18 23.19a239i6
a3.18 23.17a238i6

3

,24a95.60

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

4

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13 20.00a21.00 3.13

6

.24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13 20.00a21.00 3.12ka3.18 23.17a23'i8

6

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02aG.13 20.00a21.00 3.12ka3.18 23.15a23.45 30.14a30»i6

7

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13

8

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13

.24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13 19.00a20.00 3.12
HOLIDAY

,24a95 50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13

.24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

17

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

18-

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

.24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

.24a95.50

16.00

47.25047,50

14.00

,24a95.50

16.00

14.00

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50
47.25a47.50

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

20.00

,20.00

25a40.60
25a40.50

30a40.50

SUNDAY

9

13.

19.00a20.00 3.12

a3.18 23.14a23.50 30.34a30k
a3.18 23.09a237it 30.18a30k

18.00a20.00 3.12ka3.18 23.09a237ie

18.00a20.00 3.12ka3.18 23.06a237n
a3.18 23.11a23k
6.02a6.13 18.00a20.00 3.12

23.52a23.85 49ka49k 40.12a41.00 26.12a26.25 40.30a40.60
23.56a23.85 49ka49k 40.00a41.00 26.06a26.25 40.30a40.50

23.55a23.80 49ka49k 39 94a41.00 26.03a26.20 40.35a40.50
23.51a23.80 49ka49k 39.94a41.00 26.05a26.20 40.35a40.50
30.26a30"n 23.47a23.80 49ka49k 39.94a41.00 26.02a26.20 40.35a40.50

30.22a30k
30.25a30k

SUNDAY

16—
6.02a6.13

18.00a20.00 3.10

14.00

18.00a20.00 3.12ka3.18 23.09a23.45 30.30a30»» 23.51a23.80 49ka49k 40.03a40.87 26.06a26.20 40.35a40.50
a3.16 23.05a23k 30.11a30»x# 23.49a23.75 49ka49k 39.81a40.87 25.81a26.20 40.35a40.50
a3.15 22.98a23 k 30.09a30k 23.42a23.65 49ka49k 39.31a40.50 35.55a26.00 40.35a40.50
6.02a6.13 18.00a20.00 3.08
a3.15 23.00a23k 30.22a30k 23.22a23.50 49ka49k 39.37a40.50 25.60a26.00 40.40a40.50
6.02a6.13 18.00a20.00 3.07
a3.15 22.87a23*ie 29.89a30«i$ 23.12a23.20 49ka49k 39.44a40.75 25.63a25.81 40.45a40.60
6.02a6.13 18.00a20.00 3.08
a3.15 22.84023*16 29.81a30k 23.u5a23.20 49ka49k 39.38a40.75 25.58a25.80 40.45a40.50
6.02a6.13 18.00a20.00 3.08

14.00

6.02a6.13

18.00a20.00 3.03

a3.08 22.75a23*ia

14.00

a3.08 22.62a23*ii

6.02a6.13

SUNDAY

232-k

27.

1
5

21k
82 k

6

6k

:*

240 Wood Chemical B__

mmm

43

*

1

50

415 White Motor

«.

50
mm

25

2

.

405

mm

10k Oct.

20

5

26k

-----

1,393 Thompson Aeronautical....*
*
3,830 Thompson Products Inc
3,304 Trumbull-CUffs preferred 100
47 Truscon Steel preferred.. 100
1,661 Union Metal...............*
25
31,209 Union Trust
....*
1,640 Van Dorn Iron

1,992

11

20
25

5

June

3k Oct.

1

10

15

20

25k
85k

July
k Apr.

1

lk Oct.

10k

12

97$

:::::

236 Standard Textile A pref
346 Stouffer Corp "A" w w

16

mm

100

Preferred

6,590

—

5

19

Sale
98 k 101H

June

14

9

Sale

16

34 k

12

'24 k "Oct! ~l6 "28k "Oct: "31

Sale

1
2k

Sale

10k

10 H

*

9

1

3k

2iH

9H

25

20,009 Sherwin-Williams

165
«,

2*

•

358 Sheriff Street Market....

58

"o'ctrio "12" Oct:"3

16
28 k

Sale

27

9

100

2,184 Selby Shoe..

1,383
•.

Preferred

772

-

299

15k "ii"

16

20

Sale

29

•

16,282 Seiberling Rubber

587

4
July
9 k July

6

5

10k

3k Apr.

*

130 Bobbins A Myers vtc ser 1..*
Preferred t t c........
25
870

—

6

15k

3

25.347 Richman Bros

Apr.

5
5
12

17k

17k

200 Republic Stamp & Enam

m

6

*

950 Peerless Motor

1,859

1

7H Sept. 10
Sale
8

6

•

Feb. 18
Aug.
8
Jan. 19
Oct. 22

1
2

5 k July 13
35k Sept. 24
1
Apr. 20

100 Otis Steel....

1,209 Packard Electric
1,692 Packer Corporation
2,765 Patterson-Sargent

60

18

Feb. 18
Aug.
8
k Sept. 7
18k Aug.
2

k Apr.
7
40

9

5M Sept. 8
Jan. 28
100
June 20 120
8 k Feb. 17
3 k July 19
Feb.
1
60
Sept. 7 100
3 k Feb. 20
lk June
6

lk July

1

3

k
1

k
24k

21

90
8
10
82

...

...

....100

Preferred

50

3k 0ct-

3

.....

100

Preferred..........

24

Mar.

95

2

1

Ohio Brass "B"

155

4k

4k

4k

2k Oct.

6

19k Jan.

7% June 30
Mar.
9

120

113

120

119k
lk
2k

iH

♦

Nineteen Hundred Corp
55 North American Securities A*

120

Highest.
Sale Prices.

95

3

2k

60

5

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

95

4

4k

2k

Nestle Le Mur class "A"

112

*

103

........--50
500 National Tool
Preferred.. ............100
5C

m-

123

114

2,835 National Tile

w

3k

Highest.
Sale Prices

12

-----

95

2k

100

....

9k

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid

101

.....

Preferred

165

-

22

19k

*

Bid.

Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Oct.l.

Ask

Bid.

*

Preferred

20

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES

?
—

.24a95.60

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13 17.50a20.00 3.00
6.02a6.13 17.50a20.00 3.01

——

.24a95.60

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13

6.02a6.13

-—r-

.....n.

17.50a20.00 3.02
17.50a20.00 3.01

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

,24a95.50

16.00

47.25a47.50

14.00

6.02a6.13 17.60a20.00 3.01

95.24a95.50

10.00

47.25a47.60

14.00

6.02a8.13 17.50a20.00 3.01

a3.08 22.70a23k

29.82a30.50 22.67a23.10 49ka49k 38.62a40.50 25.17a25.
29.62a30.25 22.45a22.75 49ka49k 38.25a39.37 24.96a25.
29.70a30k 22.38a22.75 49ka49k 38.50a39.12 24.94a25

a3.08 22.59a231ie 29.51a30.00 21.69a22.25 49ka49k 38.06a38.87 24.78a25,
a3.08 22.53a23»*ie 29.51a29"i« 21.92a22.25 49ka49k 38.13a38.87 24.79a25,
a3.08 22.62a231n 29.60a29.94 21.72a22.25 49ka49k 38k a 38k 24.82025,

45a40.50
45a40.50
45a40.50

40a40.50
,40a40.50

,40a40.60

SUNDAY




a3.06 22.43a22.85 29.46a29.85 21.10a2l.25 49ka49k 38.10a38k

24.82a25.00 40.35a40.50

Baltimore Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

1932.

October

aggregate sales.
In

1931.

19,181
284,437

„Shares

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

29,017
461,644

BALTIMORE
8TOCE EXCHANGE

Jan.

1,000

2". 000
1,200
4,600

4%s Sewer Serial
City 4s 2d

sewer

(cpn)

4s conduit

Ask

Oct. 31.
Bid.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Ask

Sale Prices.

Lowest.
Sale

4s School House

1961

4s P & B (coupon)
4,400 is Jones F&lls

99

94

Sale

99

...

1962

4s burnt

1960

99

Oct.

28

Oct.

99

Oct.
Oct.

6

Oct.

11

100

28

28

2,300

Aug. 11

Apr. 16
May 16

90% Jan.
90

16 104
102%
95 X
98 X

Apr. 10

99

Oct.

28

9934 Sept. 8
95% Apr. 10
99% Sept. 23

26 100

Oct.

1 100

Oct.

Feb.

6
11

99% Sept.12
90
Jan. 27 100
Oct. 13
95
Apr. 20 100
Oct. 13
95% June
9 96 % Apr.
7

Oct.

13 100

Oct.

28 100

Oct.

13

24 100

Oct.

13

90

Feb.

95

98%~Oct~"22

95

Apr. 23
Apr. 21

99% Oct.

9734
9634
9934
89%
9934

Oct.

13

1957
1957

98% Oct. 22

99% Oct.

1954

28

28

91

1,200 48 Annex Improvement__1954
3,000 4s Third School (coupon) 1954

100

1952

Oct.
98% Oct. 28 100
99% Oct. 27 99% Oct.

14

27

1,000 City 4s Art Musm (cpn)..1952
400

Aug. II

Apr. 16
May 19
Jan.
9
99 %^ Sept.
8
95 % Apr. 14
90% Feb.
6

99

195>-

P & B (Cpn)

Apr.

102%
95K
98 %
92,

98% Oct.

1958

1958

100 48 second water series

Sale Prices.

99% Sept. 12

2,000 City 4s 3d sewer C (cpn) .1957
3,700 City 4s harbor serial
1957
2,000 4s 3rd Sewer Series (cpn) .1956
2,000 4s park loan
1955
1,000 4s Pub Lib ser (cpn).
1954

sr

28

98% Oct. 22 100
98% Oct. 27 100

8,600 4s dork loan............1961
20,200 4s sewerage impt
1961

100 4s 2d

Oct.

1961
1961

Highest.

Prices

104

1961

'"500

1,000

Oct. 1.
Bid.

1964

200 4s Second Water...
700 4s School House...

1,000

Ask.

1972

Sewer

7", 500

"800

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

1952

4s Second

2,000
district..
38,200 4s Conduit
1,200 48 3d Sewer Series..
21,800 4s water loan

2,600

Bid.

58 General Improvement. 1940

500 4s

""200

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

1932.

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS

3,000
1,000
3,000
1,000
6,400
1,000
5,000

1931.

$109,700
1,837,300

Jan. 2

BONDS

1.

1932.

$141,900
1,446,300

Price

Since

October.

Bond Sales.

October

102 %

99
98

Oct.
Oct.

19
28

99% Oct.
99% Oct.

19
15

May

99 h

*8

Aug. 26
99% Sept. 29
99% Oct. 28

Feb.
Oct.
Mar.

91
100

Feb.

93

Jan.
Jan.

12

90% Feb.
6
91% Jan. 26
98
May 25
93

Jan.

Mar.
Oct.

8
14

99% Oct. 27
89% Feb. 11
97
May 17

May

90

Sept. 26

99 % Aug. 31

96% June
9534 June
89% Feb.

93

Oct. 13
95
Apr. 20
98 % Oct. 22

May
Aug.

97

5,000 48 annex impt
195)
12,600 4s paving loan..
1951
6,500 4s second water serial.__ 1950
1,200 4s 2nd Sewer (coupon)
1948
2,000 4s second school loan
1948
2,000 City 4s 2d P & B (cpn).
3,000 4s 2d Sewer (cpn)
1946
1,200 4s 2nd School
1946

1 100

11

91% Feb.

99% Oct. 19
99% Sept. 19
99
Sept. 19
93

Jan.

12

91% Jan. 26
May 25

98
93

Jan.

11

92% Feb.

1

'

1,000

V

3,000 City 4s 1944. 2nd School...
10,000 City 4s 1940.Public Imp...
100 4s Second School

100

Oct.

18 100

Oct.

18

96

1940

Atlantic Coast Line

2,000

95

91

89% Oct.

28

89% Oct.

28

,

5%

1942

2,000 Belvedere Hotel 1st 5s

1932

10,000 Benesch (I)&Sons conv6sl939
1,000

6%% flat

1,000

2",600

12,000 Commercial Credit 6s
8,000
5%s
23,000 Consol Gas first 5s
19,000
General 4%s
13,000 Consol G E L & P 4%s
2,000
4s

10% Oct.

21

10% Oct.

99

Sale

99

99

Oct.

1

99

1935

96

Sale

96

96

Oct.

1

96

1939

Y.666

5%__
24,000 Maryland Elec Ry 6%8

21

1,000

6,000
1,500
1,000
2.000
7,000
1,000

6j

100

Oct.
Oct.

6.000

43,000
32,000

154,000




12

10% Oct.

21

66

Jan.

20

99
96
104

Oct.

1

Oct.

1

10% Oct.

21

Jan.
Mar.

July
Jan.

19 102% Oct.

19

10

10

Sept. 17
99% Sept. 1

June

97*/

Fen.

102"

Mar.

90
110
15
43

92 %

Sept. 29

15

93

92% Oct.

92
19

Oct. 19
Mar. 11

Oct,

11

11

92% Oct.

92

Oct.

11

11

23

Feb.

35

40

Apr.

91

Aug.
6
May 25

92* Oct. 11
May 25

Mar.

75
92
98

10
75
92
98
10

4d""0"ct:"7

40

Oct" ~~7

40

Oct.

2

11

Aug.
Aug.

1
1
Oct.
7
Mar. 30

21

Feb.
8
Jan. 20

Mar.
Oct.

2
11

Aug.
1
Aug. 27

40
40

Oct.
7
Mar. 31
9 20% Sept. 9
100 -v Mar. 31 100
Mar. 31
57% July 21 75
Jan. 21
48
May 23 67% Sept. 7
37

20% Sept.

lem Rlveii- & Port Ches 4s.

Pfepw E&taeg

Jan.

93

Merchants Terminal 6s_. 1948
Monon Vail Tr 1st 5s
1942
New Haven Hartford Har¬

Lhj

Mar. 18

104% Apr.

.1938

76
50

4
4

Oct.
Oct.

5% Oct.

18% Sale
17

Sale

18

Sale

Apr. 29
Sept. 14

45

1940

1949

May 24

98

85

90

102% Oct.

1933

Income flat

25

90

1935

4,000 SlUca Gel Corp 6%s w
w.1932
7,000 Standard Gas
Equip 6 %s 1932
68,000 Wash Bait &
Annap 58..1941
31,000
Maryland Trust ctfs 5s
107.100 United Ry & El fund 5s_.
1936
116.000
18t 6s
-.-—........1949
576.000
1"* 4s

2

100

1981

5

Mar. 18
June 20

90

3,000 Sandura Co Inc 1st 6s...1940

2,000
10,000
4,000

May 12

1

Sale

Maryland Mortgage 5%s_1948
Maryland El Ry 6%8____1962
Maryland State loan 4%s 1932

4,000 North Ave Market 6s

May

1

1954

1957

72

65

1934

17,000 Finance Co of Amer
6^8.1934
2,000 Georgia & Ala con
5%
8,000 Gibson Island Co 6% pfd 1936
2,000 Knoxville Trac 1st 5s
4,000 Lexington Ry 1st

89% Oct, 28
94% June 13

20

75

........1934

3,000
1st refunding 5%s
1952
6,000 Danville Traction 5%
1941
27,000 Davison Realty Co., 6s__1940

2,000

Mar. 30

May
6
Apr. 15

May 31

12% Aug.
90

18,700 Century Parkway Corp6sl956
4,000
2,000

EfS
IE*

May

98

85

Botany Cons Mills—

1,000

96% June 20
May
2

13

-.1953

Baltimore Trac Nor. Bait
Div

25

Apr. 15
81% Apr. 25
94% June 13

18
18

72

Sparrows Point &

Chesapeake 4%%

1,000

Jan.

98

Oct.
Feb.

(Conn)

4% (certifs)
Bait

13,000

Feb.

100
18
96

96% June 20
98% May
2
98% Mar. 30

4,000 City 4s 2d School Loan..1938
2,000 4s Airport
1937
2,000 48 Harbor
1937
2,000 4s School....
1937
11,700 3%s
1986
1,000 3%s Public Improvement 1940
....

2,000

92% Feb.

"

June

Sept. 13

36% Feb.

Mar.

8

99

7

75
55

Apr. 29
Sept. 6

55

Jan.

14
6

26
14

5

Oct.

8

34
99
4

Oct.

26

7

4

Oct.

14

4

Oct.

14

5% Aug. 11

27

6

Oct.

25

3

June

18

Oct.

15

Oct.

14
24

1% Oct.

26

8

12

18% Oct.

1

17
2

1

12% Aug 11
10% June 30

23

4

1% June 23

5

Oct.
Oct.

30

Mar.

8

Apr.

4

Jan.
Jan.

Sept.
Sept.

6
22

3

3

BALTIMORE

Jan. 2

Since

STOCKS.

1.

Jan.

155

550 Atlantic

*
Coast L (Conn)...50

8,560
251

92

26%

Bid.

30c

Sale'

21 %

281

899

1,078
351

216

1,274
22

35
229

400
90
25

150
128
599

125
—

Ac Pot Tel of Bait

Sale

3%

119

25c

Oct.

18

Oct.

Sale

2% Oct,
113% Oct.

June

July
May 27

11

31

3% Oct.

3 115% Oct.

Emerson Bromo Seltx

Sale

64% Sale
101

96%

97%

25c

63

Sale

102

Sale

99 %
30c

Sale
Sale

5

10

73

20

Oct.

11

11

11

73

Oct.

3

50

10

10

Oct.

10

19% Oct.
24% Oct.

60

Oct.

10

Sept. 27
June
2
70
Aug. 29
June 17 111% Jan. 27

Oct.

5

39

20

103

Oct.

3

1 100

28

Jan. 12
97
May 31 107
92% June 23 100% Sept. 8
Feb. 19
20c
Aug. 16 75c

10

11c

66

14

Oct.

20

30c

Oct.

10

11c

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

Oct.

3

24% Oct.

24

Oct.
Oct.

8
1

39

Oct.
Oct.

20
10
11

10% Oct.
47% Oct.
5
Oct.

14

5% Oct.

25

5% Oct.

25

Oct.

28

5

Oct.

28

Oct.

5

Feb.

13

Feb. 25

3%

Feb.

25

May 31
Aug.
8

5

Sept. 22

Oct.

22

10

6% June 24
28% May 26
3
Apr. 15
3
July
7
4
July 28
4% Aug. 20
30 -Feb
27
.

5%
5

Class A common..

7%

5

—

Oct.

Oct.

107% Oct.

4

4

40% Sale
4

4

Jan.

5 102

20c

9

12

47% Sale

Mar.

June 10

May 10
12% July 12
24
Sept.14

18

21

10
20

Oct.

24

24%

May 27
June 28

Oct.

4

*

6

5
2
25
3
10

i*

3%

Awl.

Sept.

3% Oct.
3
5% Aug. 13
6
Mar. 30

5

Oct.

105% Oct.
101% Oct.
97% Oct.

Feb.
4
Feb. 23

38

Feb.

11c

97 %
20c

12

1
Apr. 30
3% Apr.
2

3

18

18 %

....

64 %

Jan.

50c
28

19 109% July 12 116% Feb.

18

.8*

7% preferred,...

w

10c
14

13

Oct.

23

100

1st preferred

91 First Nat Bank

18

72

19

.......25

Preferred B__

Convertible A

30c
Oct.
21% Oct.

i

Preferred.........—...25
6%%

18
26

Oct.

72

Class B—
86
622 Finance Service preferred.

58

2%

U3}4 Sale

2,391 Fidelity Ac Guar Fire Corp. 10
50
8,214 Fidelity Ac Deposit
2,624 Finance Co of Am class A-.

61

Highest.
Sale Prices.

3

3%

pf..l00

Preferred.
150
485 Davison Chemical common
1,623 Eastern Rolling Mill

—

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Preferred

•
14,264 Consol Gas E L Ac Power
6% preferred ser D
100
1,514
5%% pref w 1 ser E
100
1,051
5% preferred..
100
3,404
4,766 Consolidation Coal.......100

1,639

Highest.
Sale Prices.

18

.....

780 Commercial Credit........

271
101

Ask.
25c
Sale

3

Black Ac Decker common...

2,125 Ches

1,286
3,558

Loioest.
Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

25

10

700 Baltimore Trust Co
282

Ask

15c

1,830 Appalachian Corp.........
30,123 Arundel Corporation

100

Oct. 1.

1932.
Bid.

$

$

4,921

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

71

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

BALTIMORE

AGGREGATE SALES.

October.

STOCK

i

29% Feb.

8

Jan. 16
85% Jan. 14
7% Mar. 2
4
June
7
6
Mar.
3
5
Oct. 28
15

30% Mar. 10

92

5 Guilford Realty Co
99 Home Credit Co

"3
190

14,327

10

Houston Oil preferred

58 Humphrey* Mfg

360

m.

124

1,644
49

m

m

7%
7

....

291

26,436

Sale

4%

5

New

370

5,402

Amsterdam Casualty...

17%

20

*

Sale

19

20

common...

18% Sale

8.259 United Rys At Electric
U S Fidelity At Guar

700

70.049

...

value.




r Cash sale

10
7

Jan. 14
May 31
Aug. 27

Apr. 15

20

Apr. 15

7

Oct.

20% Oct.

17

Aug.

Oct.

13
2

July

12
9

Jan.

21

July

2u

18

Oct.
Oct.

2% Oct.

49 %

18

Oct.

Sale

Oct.

25

8
11

19% Oct.
66% Oct.

8
8

53

3

Oct.

Apr.
July

1
7

June

2

Mar.

7

Feb.
8
Sept. 2
6% Mar. 21
8% Jan. 15
23
Aug. 24
20
Mar. 11
3
Sept. 22
26
Sept. 2
1% Sept. 23
8

11

22

Sept.

3

70% Feb. 16
57
Sept. 3
90
Mar. 7

1

Oct.

24

4% Oct.

31

30c

6X
78

Sale

4% Sale

78

Oct.

8

30c

Oct.

24

Feb.

24

1% Sept.

3
8

50
10

12
45
34

90

68

..'

349 Western Md Dairy Inc pref *

50

N# pgr

6% Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

66% Oct.

200 Standard Gas Equip common
14 United Porto Rican Sug pfd

•

6%
4%
19%
16%
2%

48

52 X

49 Roland Pk Homel'd Co pfd--.

800 Silica Gel

2

June

1% Sept. 23

68

...

Penna Water Ac Power

May 31

July 14
7% Jan.
9
5% Feb. 13
June
3
2

IX

Central

92

10
2

12

20

Common

609 Northern

10

4,310

6

388 Mt Vern-Woodb Mills pref.

m

1,604

21

9%

2,549

1,957

Oct.

4% Oct.

10

75c

Wort Bond Ac Title w I

m.

21
8

1

823 \ffrs Finance common v t..25
1st preferred
25
2d preferred.
25
6,176
33.157 Maryland Cas Co
*
3,617 Merch Ac Miners Transp
1,572 Monon W Penn P S pref...25

m

Oct.

Co pref.

225

mmm

Oct.

4

14

20

t.

Jan.

Feb.

29

3

Feb.

June 30

8

June 30

30c

May 26

6% Oct.

1

2

Oct.

8

60

78

June

1

June 20

7
20

1% Mar. 2
8% Jan. 18
Jan. 20

90

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales,

1932.

October

Shares

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

In

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1.

BONDS

Byron Jackson Co 6%a__1940
L A Gas & Electric 6s...ul942

1,000
14,000
13,000
3,000
10,000
2,000
17,000
12,000
4,000
4,000

5s

1961

3

'2",000
300

,

500

166
200

,2,695
11,200
17,100

5s

....1942

130

200
400

500
600

1,000

""200
1,950

""loo
400

200

300
228
91

10

150

Jan.

75

Jan.

15

70% Feb.

6

15
13

Feb. 11
11 102
98% Mar. 2 100% Mar. 10
101
May 12
May 12 101
Jan.
96
7
Jan,
7
96
Feb.

1952

94

96

1957

87

89

88% Jan.

Richfield Oil 6s

1944

11%

12

14

June 14

14

So Calif Edison 5s

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

98%
98%
99%
95%

98%

1951

97

98

5s

1952

General 5s

1939

97
98

98
99

5s

1954

94%
94%
99%
95%

1957

85

87

77 %

78
80
95

7

86

1961

Southern Calf Gas 5s

4%8
So Counties Gas 4%s
Union Oil of Calif 6s

1968

78

1942

5s

92
71

1945

25

10

Corp. 100

2

4%
3%
53

4£
3
65

1%
58
8%
12%

1%

20

III*
*

common..

Golden State Co Ltd

10

8%

I*

i

300

200

Sale
11

Oct.

12

Jan.

May

6
14

July

14

12

Oct.

17

13

3% Apr. 15
Apr. 25
30
July
7

24

12%

13%

9%

W

14%

9

it*

16%

6%
11%

6%
12%

3

5

11

51

Oct.

6

36
7

Feb.

13% Oct.

24

18% Oct.
44% Oct.
8% Oct.

4

6

May 23

9% Jan. 25
13% Feb.
9
20% Sept. 23

11

35

June

55

295

282

Oct.

26

6% Oct.

25

44

7

6% Oct.

6% Oct.

12

Oct.

13

Oct.

285

Oct.

13 300

14

Oct.

18

10

6%
5%

27

7% Oct.

6

4,700
10
1,100
44,400 Pac Finance Corp com new. 10
Series A
8,900
Preferred series C
7,400
11.10
Series D
2,300
10
22,900 Pac Gas & Elec com....
25
1st pref 6%
11,100
25
800
5%% preferred
25
7,900 Pac Lighting Corp com
*
310
6% preferred........
._*
33,350 Pac Mutual Life Ins
10
Pacific National Co
3,000
....10
4,100 Pac Public Service com new.*
Preferred new
10,600
...»

6%

27

19% Sale

Oct.

1

7% July 11
May 27
62
Apr.
4
21
July
6

69% Oct.

19

35

Oct.

31

4

Oct.

10

69% Oct.
43% Oct.
4% Oct.

8%

7%

8%

7% Oct.

8

8% Oct.

May 31
4% May
9
5% July 19

9

8

9

11

11%

....

19
1

28

8

Oct.

22

Oct.

1

1

3

%
1%

"b*

2
Sale

94

6

5

92%
2%

89%
2%

95
3

91% Oct.
2% Oct.

91
3

13

27

66

92% Oct.
3

Oct.

%
1

115**
18
6

23
8

6%
8

Sale
10

6%

7%

"33% "33%
24%

25%

~39"" Sale"

1%
%

Sale

1

144"

15
7

Corp
»
800 Pickwick Corp com
.1.10
30,800 Republic Pete Co Ltd_.I..10
957 Republic Supply
11,900 Richfield Oil Co com.......*
Preferred
*
10,400
55,100 Rio Grande Oil Co.......II*

102

230 Seaboard Dairy Cred pref. 100
1,668 Seaboard National Bank...25
696 Seaboard Nat Sec Corp
25

7

17

1

Oct.

1

15

Oct.

14

Oct.

11

7

Oct.

3

9% Oct.
8% Oct.
8% Oct.
27% Oct.

18

18

24

20

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

8

8%
29%
23%

30%
24

&

21%

21%

43

38

5

27

24%
21%
38%

91

90

27

Sale

Oct.

4

15
8

9%
8%
8%
30%
24%

41% Oct.

19

41% Oct.

"Tk

10%

llH

%
1%

27""OctI

31

32

7%

8%

1% Oct.
8% Oct.

Sale

30

87

76

4

18
3
28

19

105

108

104

Oct.

4

5

5

Oct.

Oct.

1% Oct.
11% Oct.

80

105

7

7%

20 104
20
7

Oct.

20

Oct.

5

9%
%

%

1%

"l%

Sale

Oct.

21

1% Oct.

% Oct.
% Oct.

21

2% Oct.

1%

3

% Oct.
% Oct.
2% Oct.

4

5

1

n

%
%

2

104

2%

Sale

44

37

43

100

102

82
35

37

40

27
16

8

Sale

%

2%

35
22

97

102

II "49%
?1* It*

3

8

17

77

Jan.

18

67% Mar. 8
5
Sept. 14
7

Jan.

18% Sept.

Jan.

14

Feb.

1

1

115

1

Oct.
,

25
8

3
14
5
26
14
1

31

6

Jan.

16

Feb.

15

Aug. 26
9% Aug.
8
8% Sept. 19
8% Sept. 1

37

31 26
26 22%
27 45%
8 91%
27 39
9
%
31
2%
10 13
83% Sept. 23 96%
8
May 18 104
June 15

1

Jan.

8

May
20% July
21% May
91% Sept.
25
May
% May
1
May
5% June

9% June
% Jan.
% Jan.
5
May
% June
% June
1% May

8

Mar. 26

% Jan.
4
1% Mar. 18
3% Mar. 4

6% Jan. 23
8
Apr. 21

3

12

7

June 15

June

Feb.

100

July 30
3% May 31
3% June 21

17
20

2

9% Feb. 19
8

% Sept. 13
2% Apr. 13
6
Apr. 22

2%
%
%
1%
% Mar.
10
June

8

Jan.

14

25

July
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
May
Oct.
Apr.
Apr.
June

7

91

33*

%
2%

10

7,474 S Joaq Lt 8c Pw 7% pr pfd.100
287
6% prior preferred
100

1% Oct

7

29

84
4

Oct.

Oct.

102

»

7

1

9%

4%
9%
7%
8%
26%
23%

95

%

1%
10%

7

5

6

10

42

1% Oct.
% Oct.

4

9%

4

.7
7%
9% ...II
8%

Oct.

13

1

15

12

20

35

90

32

150 Pacific Tel & Tel common. 100
Preferred

...

7

4%

Sale

6%

120

Corp...

Jan.

1

4

—

9

6% Oct. 14
18% Sept. 21
3% Aug. 24

3

35

Sale

4

7

5

43%

Feb.

6% Oct.
5% June

8%

60

3

Jan.

10% Mar.
14

3

71
.....

*

10

1

8

10

7% Oct.

10

7
3

Mar. 21

Oct.
5
May 20 100
9% Aug. 29
9% Aug. 29
1% Sept. 12
1% Sept. 12

5*
15
6

61

210

13

7%
4%
70

15
7

Mar.

2

July
7
July 27

Feb.

3

10

Sale

June 27

3% June 30
14

300

5%
1%

8
3

7,

4

3

280

1
8

25

17

14

15%

17

Oct.

17

9

10

7%

Oct.

5% Sept.
5% Sept.
65
Jan.

2% Oct.
44% Oct.
1% Oct.

"16%

19

44

4% Aug. 23
12

1% Oct.
44% Oct.
1% Oct.

..10

600 Moreland Motors pref




Mar. 24

97
75

9

2%

50

60

6%
1%
14
9

17

..100

3,104 Mortgage Guarantee Co__100

•No par value.

Jan.
8
May
9
Aug. 17
Apr.
4
86
May
6
85% Mar. 15

50

1%

2%

2

14

69

55
8

25

Hal Roach Studios 8% pfd.25
Hancock Oil Co A
25
Hancock Oil Co
*

1%

Oct.

"m
43

40

42

1
12

4%
1%

17

2%

10
a

18%

8%
23

10

Globe Grain Mill.

2%

2%

4%
5%
2% Sale

52

♦

Citizens Nat Bank..

Western Oil

June 14

86

Jan.

96% May
July 20

71

12

100

Chrysler Corp

89,700 Pac

80

91% May 10

Par.

Barnsdall Oil Corp A
Bolsa Chica Oil Corp A

Central Investment

2

Apr.
May
78% Jan.

75

Associated Gas & Electric...

.....

i"I6o

26

June 21

1955

340 Petrolite

1",806

Jan.

18

June

102

102
98 %

97

7

60

5s

6,823 L A Gas & Elec 6% pref
100
31,300 L A Investment Co
10
1,200 MacMillan Pete Co
25
1,700 Monolith PortI Cem com....*
Preferred
4,100
10

""60
2,100

68

79% Jan.

26

June 21

4M8

Pac Amer Fire Ins Co..
Pacific Clay Prod

1,100

.

101%

5%s

23,000 Internat Re-insur Corp..
1,000 Leighton Ind Inc B

400

7

65

325 L A Athletic Club
325 L A Biltmore pref.
319

Jan.

Jan.

100

1,166 Goodyear Textile pref._..100
1,834 Goodyear Tire & Rub pfd.100
•

24
June 24
June 21
Jan. 14 102% Jan.
5
June 20
Mar. 11
96

1956

STOCKS

2,000
1,200

85

86

24

1942

700 Gllmore Oil Co Ltd.........*

570

94

Pacific Gas & Electric 6s. 1941

500 Foster & Klicser

v

102

91

Pacific Electric 5s

670 Farmers & Merch Nat Bk.100
100 Food Machinery
*

100

101

Nevada-Calif Elec 5s

10,600 Douglas Aircraft Inc
6,400 Emsco Derr & Equip Co

77

Highest.
Sale Prices.

18
75
47

Claude Neon Elec Prod Ltd_♦
800 Commercial Discount........
*
1,500 Consolidated Oil

500

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

2i*
60

...

Y.Boo

Highest.
Sale Prices.

78
59

1,762
24,400
7,200
23,800

150

Ask.

30
73

941 Broadway Dept Store pfd.100
4,000 Byron Jackson
*
5,700 California Bank
__25
1,025 Calif Packing Corp
25

1,000

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.

75
55

1,700
57,200

700

Bid.

20
71

1935

10 Barker Bros pref

150

Ask.

Miller & Lux 7s

2,700

300

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

L A Railway 1st mtge 5s..1938
1st ref 5s
1940

Shares.

27

Oct. 1.

1932

5,000
10,000
21,000
5,000
1,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
4,000
13,000
1,000
1,000
11,000

"5",800

$561,500

$148,000

-

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Bid.

""""10

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

Jan. 2

$

Shares.

$39,000

Price

Since

October.

1931.

1932.

October-

326,139
4,693,763

2,775,543

AGGREGATE SALES.

Bond Sales.

1931.

.

139,061

Feb.

18

Jan.

11

Mar. 17
Sept. 7
Sept. 8
Mar. 10
Jan. 11
May.
1
Mar. 28

Mar. 21
Oct.

20

8

Sept. 28

11

Mar. 24

%
1%
7%
1%
%
3%

Jan. 14
Aug. 31
Sept. 16
July 26
Mar. 7
Aug. 10

11 101

Oct.

Jan.

19

82% Oct.

11

83

Oct.

15

64
57

June 25

94

Feb.

1

35

Oct.

25

35

Oct.

25

22% Apr. 29

July 21

29% Oct.

5

30% Oct.

11

25

June 29

35
38

25

June

96

Oct.

3

June

1 108

1

Mar. 14

37% Jan.

4

ANGELES

LOS
AGGREGATE SALES.

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

October.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

'""loo
"4"l66
596

1,900
3,400
3,400

STOCKS.

1932.
Par.

90,800 Security Firat Nat Bank...25
9,100 Shell Union Corp com...
*
11,200 Signal Oil-Gas A
25
300 Signal OH & Gas B
25
152,900 So Calif Edison Ltd com...25
3,430
Original preferred......25
27,500
7% preferred...........25
60,900
6% preferred—........25
48,800
534% preferred—
25
2,900 So Calif Gas 6%
..25
300

A...

-

Bid.
68 34
2 34

334

20 H

.......25

2,700 Taylor Milling Corp...
2,312 Title Insur & Trust Co
695,600 Tranaamerlca Corp

7,500
7,300

138,400
196,200
1,100

6%

6

2

3

•
25
*
Union Bank 8c Trust Co..l00
Union OH Associates......25
Union Oil of Calif.
25
Van DeKamp's Bakeries...25

Sale

Ton

.....

91%

Sale

85

Sale

Sale"

28% 29%
25% Sale

2734
6

50
Sale

325

25%

ii
23

Sale

39%
Sale
Sale

2

Oct.

6

10

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

4

3634 June
2
2% Apr. 29
1H Apr. 11
334 Sept. 30
1634 June
1

Mar. 5
8H Sept. 8
534 Mar. 2
5
Apr. 22
3234 Feb. 18

14
3
4
22

31

43

2134 May 26
1834 May 31
1734 June
2

5434 Oct.

1

2

Oct.

6

Sale

24% Oct.
Oct.

3

2534 Oct.
2234 Oct.
2034 Oct.

31
31
10

38

28

Oct.

3934
2634
2334
2134

Oct.
Oct .
Oct.
Oct.

84

Oct.

31

84

Sale"

1934 Sale
25
24%

5

9

10

1

1534 Oct.
2334 Oct.

10

2734 Oct.

4

10

26

'Oct.

14

4

15

25

1834 May 27
75
July 11
634 June
1
1534 June
1

12

June 25

Feb.

6

Aug. 13 25
8
May 25
2134 July 26 55
7
23i Jan.
2
200
Oct. 24 325
7
July
7 1334
4

40

434 Oct.
200

10

Sale"

11

Sale

Oct.

934 Oct.
1034 Oct.

6
10
24 325

Oct.
Oct.

10

1034 Oct.

10

12

"2% ""5""

"3

Oct.

20

6

Aug. I3

13

Jan.

7

Sept.

3
4

Jan.

7

Sept.
1534 Sept.

June

4

11

4

*2|4"OctI"28

Feb*.*

Jan.

734 July

Oct.

9

1%

1
Sept. 27
234 July 30

8
11

Jan.

2734 Jan.

25

4% Sale

5

1

12

Oct.

85

10

30

June

65

Mar. 7
23
Jan. I4
2434 Jan.
4
24
Feb. 19
92
Feb. 17
Jan. 27
37
31

20

2334

21%

200

10% "n""
12
Sale

M




634
334

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

5

9

•No par valve

51

Sale Prices.
50
Oct. 13

"20""

234

...

m

5

i—.10

10

1%

"26"

2,4t5 Weber Showcase 5c Fix pfd..»

100 Victor Oil

6

10

1534

1,600 Western Air Express
700 Western Pipe & Steel

350

39%
26%

2034 Sale
2234 2334
2134

40,185 Southern Pacific Co.
.60
367,500 Standard OH of Calif
*
330 Superior Oil com..........25

839

6

25

2,900
11,400

209

54

3

Ask.

Highest.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Ask. Bid.
Sale
50

69

W*
23

8134

Preferred

Bid.

38

326 So Counties Gas 6%......100

352

Oct. 1.

Ask.

334

3034

25

36,800

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.
Price

Jan. 2

In

3,200

73

EXCHANGE

STOCK

14

5

9%

1034

834 May 20

Jan.

27

8
7
Mar. 2l

1

Sept. 27

5}

Mar.

10]
10

2

Sept. 10
May 27

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

1931.

616,108
8,674,263

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

October.

Jan.

BONDS

1.

7",006

396,000 Emporium Capwell 5^8..1942

42,000

Oct. 1.

1932.

1935
33,000 Associated Oil Co 6s
1935
116,000 Atlas Diesel Eng Co 6s
8,000 Calif Gas & Elec Corp 5s. 1933
5s.
1937
23,000
20,500 Calif Ore Power Co 6s
1942
182,000 Calif Packing Corp 5s
1940
3,000 Coast Co G & E Co 5s_.„.1960

3~66O

Ask

Bid.

46

.u,

102

10,000

6,000

Sale

Prices
27

11 1045* Oct.

11

40

...

721*

67

76

701*

705* Oct.

26

5

731* Oct.

949*
39

43

51

59

471*
1001*

49

475* Oct.

28

585* Oct.

4

14,000

North Calif Pow

con

103

1031*
1021* Oct.

13,500

'¥,666

6s

1941

47.000

51*8

18,000

58......^.......

72

401* Sale

31

26 1025* Oct.

26

755* Oct.

27

33

21

17

17

22

82

871*

70

.....

75>* Oct.

100

99

2,500

69,000 Ry Equip & Rlty Co 6s

60 9*

4,000

13,000 S J
8.000

27

1938

5s

STOCKS

10

13

280

2,884 Bank of Calif Nat Assn caplOO
9,710 Bond & Share Ltd cap..
*
34,153 Byron Jackson com cap....*

145

175

2,529
3,355
37
58,906
1,915

365
'a,

-

1,000
25
m

mm —

Calamba Sugar Estate com 20
Preferred
Calaveras

20

Cement

48

pf.100
California Copper cap
10
Calif Cotton Mills cap
.100
*

1,127 Calif-Ore Power 7% pref_100
138,173 California Packing cap.....*
224 Calif Water Service pref__100
2,835 Calif West States Life Ins..10
1,143
Voting pool—
10
326,750 Caterpillar Tractor cap
8,393 Clorox Chemical A
JL._t.*
1,107 Coast Cos Gas & El 1st pf 100

13,164

'

m

mm

mm

m,

—

—

741
373

23,040
465

107

Consol

564
10

78,607

Inc class A partic pref
*
180 Crocker First Nat Bk SF caplOO

984

10,626

Crown Zeller

com

vot tr ctfs *

"68"

Preference series B
4,692
5,680 Douglas Aircraft Co Inc

600

100

10

5,097
4.217
22,693
23,756
1,510
27,279
765

1,292

50,643

""300

m

5,369

mm

mm

'

mm

1,200
2,600
130
998

49

Preferred

"""907

30,052
^

;

"""420
635

.




85*
9

28
5

28 105

Oct.

4

90

Oct.

20

951* Oct.

17

26 1065* Oct.

26

103

69

102

104

95*
12

X
5*
15*
15*
185*
22
100
105

85* Sale
.....

115*
14

65

Sale"
15

955* Sale
13

135*

250

9X

105*
45*

Machinery Corp com..*
Preferred, series A.....100

19

22

1065* Oct.

Oct.

8

1035* Oct. 28 1035* Oct.

28

65
104

225*
15*
35*
160

115*

11
905*
235*
15*
Sale

Oct.

5

65

Oct.

8

21

Oct.

18

147

4

15*

15*

71

25*
15*

13

14

10

16

115*

2

5*
5*

Sale
25*
20

15

15* Oct.

6

35* Oct.

14

Oct;
25* Oct.
15* Oct.

14 149
17

115* Oct.

14

13

Oct.

4

13

13

135* Oct.

20

145

585* Oct.

Feb.

100

Jan.

52

985*
985*
995*
955*
985*

Feb.
June
Jan.
July
Jan.

7

4

Aug. 23
Jan.

25

995* Apr.

18

103

Mar.

995* Jan.

4
11

1079* Oct. 26
995* Mar. 11

651* May 31

80

1

80

Feb.

4

Sept. 24
175* Oct. 15
775* July 20

63

Feb.

13

455* Feb.

6
5
5

Mar.

985* Feb.
305*
975*
1011*
985*
945*

Apr. 15

785* Aug.
Oct.
3 103
65

Oct.
Jime
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

Mar. 10

102
Aug. 13
1045* May 10

105

•

100

Oct.

4

Sept. 12

965*
765* June 15
995* Feb. 10 102 5*
97
Feb. 15 1065*
60
Aug. 16 71

Aug. 24
May
6
Oct. 26

Feb. 13 1045*
93
Apr. 22
June 15 1015*
705*
June 27

Jan. 19

1029*
915*
945*
701*

35*
IH

14

Oct.

28

15* Oct.

Oct.

8

Aug. 24

Sept. 10
June 27

5

2

2

5* Oct.

5* Oct.

5i

2

Oct.

Oct.

20

865* Oct.

85* Oct.

10

345* Oct.
335* Oct.
75* Oct.
155* Oct.
81
Oct.

10

365* Oct.

11

36

35

75
365*
365*

iVA iS*
82

85

21

135* Oct.

36

99
1

May 20 162
June 10
8

5* June
6

165* Jan. 21
75
Sept. 27
245* Sept. 16
25* Feb.
9
55* Aug. 29

4

15

June

Sept. 13

16
85* May 18
65
Mar. 7
5*
5* Jan.
1
45*
Apr. 26
185* Jan. 19 19
65
June
9 101

84

45* June
55
4

1

June 28

30

Oct.

18

13

115* Oct.

4

27

16

Oct.

5

19

85

Oct,

4

July
5
30
July 19
45* May 31
115* June
2
70
June
1

26

145* Oct.

5

85* May 25

Jan. 25
Aug. 29

35* Aug. 29

46

95* Sale

37
37
Sale
175*

_

3

3

845* Oct.

Sale

8
June 24
Sept.
155* Aug.
1
Apr. 29

41

15* June

Oct.
Oct.

20

685*

82

8
25

855* Sale

72

365*
355*
105*
165*

Oct.

50

875*
135*

Oct.

15*

Sale

50

15

18

12
65

235* Oct.
15* Oct.
4
Oct.

4
154

13

5*

17

90
24

15*
25*

Sale

3

95* Oct.

12

50
22

"T" ~Io5*
85

Mercantile Laundry
(capital)
*

275*
3

B..

I*

capital

25

IX
12

119*
159*

109*
3%
X
X
16

Sept. 20
Mar. 11

Sept. 3
Aug. 31
Jan.
7
Jan.
5

185* Sept. 8
73
Sept. 27
365* Oct.
4
36

Oct.

18

15

Jan.

18

20

Aug. 26
Jan. 16

96

30
2

_

55* Sale
5*
25*

59*

5

6

10

33

36

69*

3

85* May 31

14

105* Oct.

6

105* Oct.

6

5* Oct.
5* Oct.

3

5* Oct.
X Oct.

8

.

June
Oct.

95* June

2

135* Aug. 24

June 28

^2

25

79*
75
3

19

16

13

10

June

10

44

Oct.

14

18

10

Oct.

21

8

June
1
Mar.24

Oct.

8

75* Oct.

19

15* Oct.

13

15* Oct.

49*

Sept. 7
% Jan. 18
5* Jan.
4
205* Jan. 15
50
Sept. 7
155* Jan.
6

May 14

11

Feb.

18

Aug. 26
5* June 27

85

Jan.

26

2

Sept. 22

May 20

35

Feb. 15
5* Apr.
9
35* June 9

3

Feb. 23
Feb. 15

24
3

19*
59*

45* Oct.

8

55* Oct.

5

4

2

Oct.

13

2

Oct.

13

8

69*

7

65* Oct.

19

65* Oct.

14

37

299*

319*

4k

4

22

4
—

1

19

75

65* Oct.

329*

1

15

1

1

21

Oct.
Oct.

Jan.

10

395* Oct.

15

175* Feb. 19
25* Aug. 29
Aug. 24
19
Aug.
8
185* Sept. 21

5* Feb. 11
5* Mar. 29

2

6J*

June

10

18

-

8
11

2

X
X
Sale

1

1

4

—

_

21

X

2'

30

Oct.

14

X

.....

2

115* Oct.
135* Oct.

69*
699*

29*

19*

10
10

15

4
mm

1

Oct.

41

33

1
mm

4

11

2X

8

26

181

Oct.

10

75

IX

24

2

11

Sale

10

7
70

Oct.

7

129*

IX

June 30 245

24 215

12

46

15*

Oct.

10

13

44

135* Oct.
215

15* Oct.
105* Oct.
105* Oct.

19*
109*

IX
12 X
Sale
169*

49*
9*
9*
20

9

X

Golden State Ltd cap

15
14 X
14
159*
215
275
1879* 240

10

15*

common

9

425* Sale

10

com

10

i2*

10

Food

Co., Ltd

105*
65

60

10

958 Hale Bros Stores, Inc, cap..*
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar

♦JMo par value

88

99

1035*
70 9*

25* Sale
15*
15*

35*

*

cap.

2,035 Haiku Pineapple Ltd com..20
Preferred
1,078
25

6,884

150

*

_.*

876 General Paint Corp A._.._.*

1,257

15*
25*

IX
10

Fireman's Fund Indem cap 10
Fireman's Fund Insur cap 25
First Nat Corp of Portland A *

Galland

2,036

IX
IX

15*
85*
85*
65*

El Dorado Oil Works cap

Emporium Capwell cap
Fageol Motors Co com

Foster & Kleiser

135*
325

*

Preference series A

'

425

May

8

935* Feb. 17

Industries

Chemical

27,273

2,302

1021*
1001*

98
96

105

Co

295 California Ink Inc A

«•>.'

36

11

Oct.

Par
cap.

4.561 Anglo-Calif Trust cap
100
25,183 Assoc Ins Fund Inc com caplO
10,493 Atlas Imperial Diesel Eng A *

442

28 305* Oct.
5 1035* Oct.

1045* Oct.

1021*

849*

245

1,525

5

5 103

100

59 Alaska Packers Assn cap..100

82

Oct.

Oct.

15

106

101

5

380

19

171* Oct.

1957

23,328 Alaska Juneau Gold M

500

181* Oct.

30J* Oct.
1035* Oct.

25

1011*

101

Corp 6s..1952

Shares.

1,250

85

102

5,000 Union Oil Co of Calif 6s__1942
5s with warrants
1945
1,000

Shares.

811*

iOiH

~959* Sale
87

Pub Serv Co 5s

Lt & Power

....

105

101

1936

48,000 Pacific

33

25
.....

37.000 Pacific Tel & Tel Co 5s_._1937
5s
1952
10,000

3,000

T,66o

July 29

23

103

1952
..1955

1

Mar. 22

79

78
28

5s..1948

Orpheum Theatre & Rlty Co
6,000
68-.—.—A——iwi...l946
34.000 Pacific Gas & El Co 5s... 1942

2,000
2,000

June

94

4,000 Mercantile Am Rlty Co 5s 1951

"2,000

50

Prices.

Sept. 17
Sept. 12

985* Jan.
76
Sept.

52

4,000 Market Street Ry Co 7s__1940

..

21

92

64

1947
...........1943
1949

"7,000

June
1 103
46
June 21
995* Mar.
1 1005*
991* Feb.
8 1045*
97

Oct,

27

——

1945
49,000 Miller & Lux Inc 6s
78.
1935
95,000
3,000 Nor Amer Invest Corp 5s. 1947

Sale

Prices

965* Jan.

*

59*8
51*8...
51*8

Oct.

1041* Oct.

103

2,000

43

100

40

Sale

Prices.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale

...

^..

11,000 L A Gas & Elec Corp 5s_.1939
68
1942

2,000

40

98

35,000

Ask

1021*
471*

100

Lowest.

Oct. 31.
Bid

Ask

1021*

20,000 Great Western Power 5s. 1946
2,000 Ins Exch Bldg Co 6s...1931-44

1,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

Bid.

1,000

-

Jan. 2

Since

In

Jan. ltoOct.31_.

$168,600
2,027,50

$83,600
1,346,000

October

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES

1931.

1932.

Bond Sales.

1932.

346,232
6,211,502

Stock Sales.

October

5* Feb. 15
15* Mar. 11
65* Oct. 19

185* June 10

1

Aug. 24
85* Feb. 16

5* Feb. 15
Jan.

8

65* Oct.

5

14

36

Jan.

15

Price

EXCHANGE

STOCK

Jan. 2
1932.

Since

In

Jan.

October.

STOCKS

1.

Par.

Shares.

Shares.

Hawaiian

42,494

2,268

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

FRANCISCO

SAN

AGGREGATE SALES.

Pineapple Co.,
capital—20

Ltd—Common

8%

Bid.

9

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Sale

5

3%

Sale

830
1

cap

455 Honolulu Plantation cap. .50
3,727 Hunt Bros Packing Co cl A__*
240 Hutchinson Sug Plant cap. 15

610

2,180

Investors Assn The

(capital)*

250 Jantzen Knitting Mills com.*

"""547

11,754 Langandorf United Bak cl A *
870

100

185
90

Class B
l eighton

—

Indus cl A

ser

I*

Class B vtc

15,236 Leslie-Calif Salt Co capital.*
3,905 L A Gas & Elec Corp pref__100
*
8,676 Lyons-Magnus Inc A—

1,030
205

735

200

819

"""592

6,880
100

25

Sale

Sale Price.

100

Ry com

125

94

21

5

Oct.

1

Oct.

7

25

Oct.

19

9% Oct.

21

10% Oct.

3

383

.

68

1

90

3

5

12

19

"450

6%
IK

10
2

4%
10%
3%

IK

4X
13
6
2

Sale

30

25
25

Sale

23% Sale
21%
21%

39

Sale

93

95

...

$6 dividend pref

Pac Pub Serv

com

*
non-vot—*

First preferred

*

i

Pac Tel & Tel Co common. 100

2%

22%

Sale

10%
98 K

Sale
Sale

A"

118

*

23
4

25

Sale

90%
1%

11%

11

Preferred

series

1...

series

2_..._

4K
2%

"14"

12

*

5%

10

5X
X

6%
1%

7

8

2%
1%

K

nx

*

Preferred

3%
5

6%
X

...

5,059

8.032 San Joaq Lt & Pr prior pf. 100
Prior preferred series A. 100
1,133
5.179 Schleslnger & Sons cl A com *
Preferred.....
100
1.277
83.177 Shell Union Oil Corp com..*

"313

5%% cum conv pref....100
1,895
1,775 Sherman Clay & Co pr pref 100

239
125

"""621

230 Sierra-Pac Elec Co pref
100
5.653 Socony-Vacuum Corp cap..25

37

100

3%

91

1

33%
105

Sale
20

3

Sale
19

14,231

4,087
5,384
200

92,381 Union OH Associates cap..25
146,448 Union OH Co of Calif cap..25
5,370 Union Sugar Co common..25
610

Preferred

"""IIo

1,815

4,295 West Amer Finance Co pref 10
Western Pipe & Steel of Calif
common
10
76,440

5

Oct.

26

92

Oct.

5

5% Oct.

22

Oct,

5

8

1

Oct.

4

Oct.

10

4% Oct.

10

% Oct.
% Oct.

25
19

1% Oct.
% Oct.

25
19

14
5

4

Oct.

4

Oct.

14%
12%
3%
10%
3%
1%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

15

Oct.

14

Oct.

21
24
11

4% Oct.

28

25%
23%
21 %
36%

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

90

Oct.

4

13%
16
12%
15
4% Sale
10%
13
2%
6
1%
IK

82

87

2

3

6% Sale

Oct.

3

3% Oct.
1% Oct .

10
10

11

5

26%

Sale

24

Sale

21% Sale
38% Sale
90% Sale

10

31

Oct.

4

10

24%
21%
43%
90%
1%

Oct.

20

Oct.

4

13

10
6

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

% Oct.

11

Oct.
Oct.

20

106% 103% Oct.
10
Oct.
11
12%
5%
6%
% Oct.
1%
%

11

105% Oct.

28

11

Oct.

6

% Oct.

8

Sale

1

nVA
77

Sale

7

70

80

4%
1%
1%
6%

^

6
5
5
....-

Q

8

Oct.

7

Oct.

4

20
6
27

2% Oct.
1% Oct.
6% Oct.

5
6
27

13

% Oct.

3

9X
9K

7X
6

83

%
2%
6%

Oct.

4% Oct.

24 X

ioh
12 X
1

IX
16

45%

4%
50
Sale

6

15

20

10%
11%

11%
12%
3%
20

2

210

200

%
10

6%
5%
5%
24% Sale
5

3%
43

9%
11

3%

June
June
June
June
May
May
May

3
Apr.
6
36% Feb. 18
26% Jan. 14
Jan.

P
95

18
3

104

Mar.

3
5

112

58% June
85
May
5
May
3% May
% Sept.

June

14

Aug. 29
Jan.

3% Mar.
14% Mar.

June

3% July
1
July
1
July
5% June
% May
% Jan.

16

Jan.

4

8
25% Jan.
5% Mar. 21
6
1% Jan.

26
14
26
24
19
21
8

11% Jan.
5

63

June

1 107

58

June

6

96

% May 16
May 27
2% Apr. 12

11

4

June 14

6% Jan.
9% Jan.
1
July
1
July
5% Jan.
50
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

14
18

26
26
29
6

11
19
4
18

10

27
21
22
21

4

28

1

4

Oct.

28

23

Oct.

10

3

Oct.

7

39% Oct.
4% Oct.

8

Oct.

28

6% Oct.
25% Oct.

3

5

6

1

Oct.

15% June

1

June
1
2% May 31
2
Apr.
8

3% Oct.
45% Oct.

20

10

6

Oct.

14

Oct.

24

15

Oct.

10%

9% Oct.
10% Oct.
1% Oct.

10

11

Oct.

10

12
1

Oct.
Oct.

24

11 200

Oct.

4

Sale

Sale

—

2%
16%
19%
17%
21 %
63%
%

25

1% Sale
13%
20

195

Aug. 11

Aug.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.

15

4%

Feb.

3

1

11%
37%
11%
10%

3%
46

13

8

June

Feb.

42

94

94

2X

5%

4

2%

Aug. 15

Oct.

18
4
10

10
Sale

31

May 23

31

16

76

9% Oct.
28% Oct.
6% Oct.

3%

1
1
8
9

June

70

10
22

34

Sept.
Sept.
5% Aug.
13% Aug.

June 28

20
31
1
15
20

18

17

21
19

5

231
5*

July
5% May
6% June
5% Aug.
3
May

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Sale

June 20

30

Sept. 21
12% Apr. 12
5
Feb. 13

54

20

13%

180

5

Jan.

1

Oct.

102

1

65

12

72

nx
Sale
IX

30

56% July 15
9
May 24
2
July 29

Apr.

20

4

2

18
31
24
2
19
11

June

Oct.

2%

1

Sept.

1% Feb.
6% Aug.
75
Sept.
2% Sept.
% Oct.
6% Apr.

40

72
9%
15%
6%
4%

31

6

9

2
14

25

75

Sale
4%
9
2% Sale
24%
25X
2% Sale
14
17X

2

Jan.

Oct.

70

Sale

100

4

3

70

80

9%

Jan.

1

72

20

June

1

31

% Oct. 25
% Oct. 19
6% Apr. 11
Jan.

1

11% Sept. 16

6% Oct.

8

Oct.

10
29
8
Sale
6
26%

4

3

3

61

9%
28%
6%
4%
4%
25%

12

4% Sept.. 7
5
Sept. 2
Aug. 16
2
Apr. 12

11

Oct!

"1% Oct" "27

70

8

June

20
12

26% July 26

49

10 %
10

% Jan.
2% June

13
28
25

2
23

18
18

43

27 X

1% Jan.
3% July
Apr.
1
May
% Apr.
% Apr.
6% Jan.
65
May
2% Jan.
6

20

10 100% Oct.
3
85% Oct.

68

Sale

Sept.
Jan.

2

65

48

Jan.

5k
4k

19

87

6

IV*

86

11

97% Oct.

101

%
1%

13

% Oct.

f/s

82

14

38

21

Sept. 8
Aug. 25

July 25

5

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5%
1%
1%
6%

% Sale
2%
6%
32%
50
98

2

9% Jan.
28

May 16

45

60

—25

25 Weill 8c Co (Raphael) pf.100
1,923 WellsFargoBk 8c UnTr cap 100

10% Oct.

47%

50

150

10
11

79%

17

40

299 Teleph Investm't Corp cap.20
1,235 Thomas Allec Corp class A..*
37,105 Tide Water Assoc Oil Co com *
Preferred
100
5,355
2,617,683 Transamerica Corp capital..*
165 Traung Label 8c Lltho cl A..*

597

50

100% 102%

2%

...1.

27

600

5

5

30
103

153,290 Sou Pacific Co com (cap'l).lOO
17.125 Sou Pac Golden Gate cl A..*
Class B.
»
11.757
4.175 Spring Valley Co Ltd capital *
348,178 Stand Oil Co of Calif capital *

14,526

9% Oct.
91% Oct.

105

104

com..

20

1
20

1%

3

86

85

108

5
Sale

if

100

Preferred

4,340 Rainier Pulp & Pap cl A com *
21,661 Richfield Oil Co of Calif com *
Preferred...
....25
16,653
*
4,436 Roos Bros Inc common..
Series A preferred
212
*

435

Sale

14

25%

1st preferred

1% Oct.

7% Oct.
1 % Oct.

85

1

10

if* iIH

3
33 K

1st preferred

26

13

%
6%

%
4%

June

1

^lant cap .15
Pacific Gas & Elec Co com.25
%%

3% Oct.

Oct.

61

16%

5

6%

14

7

9%
10
90% Sale
5% ' 6

58

1%

75

4

264
540

6%
85

57

V*

.10

5

3% Oct.

"ox

100

5,318 Ry Eq & Realty Co 1st pref--*

49

200

94

6

.....

380 Phillips Petroleum Co cap..*
989 Pig'n Whistle Corp partic pf *

300

92

%
4%

5%% preferred

44,997 Paraffine Cos Inc

1,172

1%

io%

K Sale

100

Pacific Lighting Corp com..*

7

21

May 19
4% May 16

3

8%
4

2

3% Oct.

2

4
3

3

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices.

13

15

2

4%

—100

660 Paauhau Sugar

712

Sale
4

%

Sale

10

398.181
179.453
51.810
133,221
13.728
71,209
160,200
19,532
8,113

22,796
14,063
5,646
9,396
1,150
3,234
16,839

1

Sale
40
6%
3%
6

Sale

—

2%

Second pref...
100
Mercantile Amer Realty Co

-

7%

4

45,777 North Amer Oil Consol cap. 10
1,814 Occidental Insurance cap..10
4,564 Oliver United Filters Inc A._*
B
3,949

198

Vs

16%

1%
X

Prior pref

I

4

i*

6

24

Sale

Prices.

3% Oct.
21

9%
23%

6

3%

a

2

100

452

150

40

m

11%
40

4

12

6

21

10

3

1%

28

21%

4
5

4%

6% preferred

1,211

2,822

.

2%

63 %

940 North Amer Inv Corp com. 100

140
233

135,495

11
40

38'

100

Preferred

376
preferred 6% cumul
1,815 Natomas Co capital

"50

326

22

Marchant Cal Mach Co com 10

100 Market Street

100
------

""907

24 %

276,238 Magnavoz Co Ltd capital—*
4,840 Magnin & Co (I) common.-

15,805

■

21%
10

10

Calif

capital
3,432
26,070 Honolulu Oil Corp Ltd

228

of

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Bid.

Home Fire & Marine Insur
Co

75

EXCHANGE

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK

29

1
18

1

%

9%

10%

2%

4%

Oct.

2% Jan.

2

9

Oct.

7

10% Oct.

19

7

Jan.

31% Sept.
50

Jan.

4% Feb.
5% Sept.
60
Sept.
7
Sept.

Mar. 15

15

July
7% July
1
May 24
12
May 19

25

7

7
2

5
8
8
6

14

13

94
139

2%

11

195

4

7

.

200

Feb.

1

8% Sept. 7
57
Sept. 19

7

Sept. 7
15% Sept. 7
3% Sept. 16
12% May 11

Aug.
5 98
May 20 210
2
% June 25
July

8

Mar. 12

Mar. 30

Sept. 16
Jan.

13

Feb.

18

6% Jan.

20

20

Yellow & Checker Cab Co—

1,055
♦

No

par

(Consolidated) cl A ser 1.50

value




6%

9X

1

4%

1% June 28

>r*-T

Detroit Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.
-

-

-

Shares

Jan. 1 to Oct. 31

AGGREGATE SALES.
In

October.

Shares.
A

"25

25

'm

m

m

m

m

mm

m

m

45

-

200
855

9,554
27,456
10,586

mrnrnm m

i

mmmmmm

565

305
100

30

685

...100

2X

Detroit At Clevel Nay com
Detroit Edison

com

10

—

mm

m

m.

m

221

m

190

3,346
'

125

'

25,175
100

960

5,084
2,005
'«

—

-

-

300
200
913

34,358

Hudson Motor Car

350 Kalamazoo Stove

...

com..

'

mm m m m

50

5X

preferred
*
67,912 Kresge (S 8) Co com..:.
10
934 Lakey Foundry & Mach com *

7,250
271
120
>

■mmmmrnm

mmmmmm

1.950

3,275 Mahon (R C) conv pre!
5,485 McAleer Mfg com
1,090 Mesta Machine common
16,230 Michigan Sugar com.
80

mmm

5

10

6,844

71,563
2,950

20

Motor Products Corp com...*
Motor Wheel com
*

1,550 Muller Bakeries class A com.*
215,016 Murray Corp common
*
4,359 National Investors com
1
2,204 National Steel Co com......*

9,855
100
93

a

OX

1

8%

2

2k

1%

2X
95*

9

m

300

—

8,636
7,393
1,420
m

m

m

m

m

110 Pittsburgh Forgings

—

mm

m

m m

245
10

Sale
% Sale

mm

mm

13
5

3

Oct.

26

88

Oct.

4

1

17

Oct.

4

5X Oct.

10
5
3

3X

2

~2X Oct" 24

Oct.

10

4

5% Oct.
3X Oct.

26
10

1

2

3

IX

2%

2
2

Oct.
Oct.

IX

2

X

1

Oct.

4
7
17

8
9

8X
20

2

Sale
IX

IX

9~~
3

"3" "3X
3
2X

2X
IX

6

IX
.....

15%

IX
14

,

13

19

5

3% Oct.

6

3X Oct.

6

com

22
21

17 X Oct.
26c
Oct.

18

IX Oct.
IX Oct.
2X Oct.

21
22

IX Oct.

21

Oct.

3

8

3% Oct.

17

Oct.
2X Oct.
X Oct,
5
Oct.

21
11

ox Oct.
3X Oct.
X Oct.

12

Oct.

25c

Oct.

25c

IX
IX
2
2X Sale

V'

I*

2/4

2X

2X

155*

"lx
9

lOJi

18

20
11c.

.....

::::: "i§"
4%
22
5

5%
Sale

5X

IX
3
6 X Sale
3

20X

Sale

9

55c

m

12% Sale
2
3
7
15
Sale
——

1

10%
3X—

.....

0%
IX

10%

3X

3X
7X

2

...

15c
35c

23c

3,100

.

1

1

18

20

5%

4X
2

Sale

5

11

Oct.

50c

Oct.

25
11
18

5

Oct.

--

7
11

Oct.
Oct.

11
3
5
3
11

X Oct.

—

OX Oct.
iy2 Oct.
3X Oct.

8
26
27

12X Oct.
4
2
Oct.
4
3X Oct. 27

Oct.

11

33c

23c

Oct.

1

15

155*
4
IX
3X
3%
23X

3X
■X
3X

22X

Sale
17
17 X
36 X Sale

•

*

2X
40c
12X

3
.....

14X

12

Oct.

10

3X
IX
3X
3X
21*|

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

14
8
13
6
11

28

19

2X

3,093

665 Third Nat Investors

31,835
90

/V

^mtmrnmm

2

9

3~~

200
'■^mmmmmm

600
200
mmmmmm

mmmmm

mm

m

-

-

8.210

Preferred...........

100

Class A

1,022 Walker

.....

At Co

3X Sale

5X Oct.
3X Oct.
28X Oct.

16

Sale

Sale

24

Oct.

13

2

Oct.

25

25* Oct.

25

1
3
1

IX

2

2

40c

Sale

units

5
70

10
4

1H

15X
IX

13X Oct.
IX Oct.

21

31

30

Oct.

29

4

Oct.

11

15X Oct.
3% Oct.

19

29

Oct.

A**
10

65c

70c
7

5

Jan.

70c

X
X
5

Oct.

Jan.

Sept.
Feb.

12

Apr.

6

2

June 25

July
9
May 17
July
5
June 21
July 18

4

3%

3X
5
70

.....

11

Jan.
6
June 10
Jan.
6

May 10
Aug.
3
Aug.
3
3X June 13
1
Feb. 15

Oct.

11

15X Oct.

27

3X Sept. 24
OX June
2
IX July
6
55
Sept. 29
2X Aug.
5
12
Aug.
6
IX Aug.
3

Oct.

4

5

Oct.

3

65c

3

12

12

Oct.

35c

Oct.

15

4

Oct.

31

Oct.

65c

Oct.

7

5X Oct.

10

3

40c
4

Sale

45c

X
IX
IX Sale

4X Oct.

-

Sale

35c

10
13

Oct.

*

Oct.

25

May
4
June 29
Apr. 14
Aug.
5
Feb.
8
Apr.
8

4X Oct.
55c

18

Oct.

4

IX Oct.

3

35c
3

Oct. 15
June
6

10% Mar.
19
Mar.
3X Aug.
20c
July
X Apr.
35c

21
21
25
19
29

June 20

2

Sept.

8

Oct.

4

Aug. 29
Feb.

6

!7

Aug. 12
Mar.
3
Mar.
2

12

Sept.

5

6

4.X Jan. 11
1

Jan.

12

24X Jan.

14

Jan.

20

Oct.

21

Jan.

12

9
13
10X Mar. 2
4X Aug. 29
Sept.
Feb.

Oct.

•

5

11*4 Jan.

9

Oct.

11

Jan.

Mar.

11

4

Jan.

20

Jan.

—

Jan.
5
Mar. 24

3

12

Mar. 23

7

6X July
7
1
Aug. 27
IX June
9
4
July 22
OX July 11
7c
July 14

X
IX
11*4
14X
2X

14

17
2

Jan. 12
July
1
May 19
Mar. 14
June
2
July 16
Aug.
3
July
6
May 26
Oct.
5
May 27
Mar. 15
Oct 1 .18
June
8
Oct.

7
5
20
20

Jan.

Mar.
Jan.

June 13

29

30

T" "¥

4X

4%
55c

X
3
9

7

*
...

82,822 Warner Aircraft Corp com..*
1,753 Wolverine Portl Cem com
10
26,230 Yosemite Holding com......*

4
1

28

IX Oct.

14

4

2

Sale

IX

50c

13

3

45*

3X
1
7%
X
X
X

5

56

100

1,824 Universal Cooler class A
*
15,046
♦
Class B
3,858 Universal Product com
*
100 Vortex Cup Co common.....*

m

150

1.763
m

255

ox

5

10

June

12

2X
X
2%
IX
14

Oct.

25%

2X

*

com

Sept.24
Mar. 12

13

IX May 13

l

Timken Axle com......
10
Preferred
...100

10 U S Radiator

'

com

5

X June
May

29

Jan.

1

5

5

June 13

_

15
6
4
31
13
10

IX June

18

29

Mar.

16
27
12
8
16
13
18

X July

8

Oct.

4X Oct.

3X Oct.
17Mi Oct.
36X Oct.

3

23

2X

July

Oct.
Feb.

:

Aug. 26
Sept. 8

IX July

5

2X Oct.
15X Oct.

2X

IX
8%

3

3X May

*

•

13

10c

2

3j|

3

Class B

June
OX June
4X June
2X May
X May
3% Aug.
3
Apr.
3
July
2X Mar.
53 X July
IX Aug.
1
June
IX Aug.
14% Feb.
3X Apr.

5

Oct.

5

3X

"~2X "~4X

21%

*

4,300 Sutherland Paper com....l6

90

16
25

IX

IX
10X

....

IX

758

mmmmmm

Feb.
Jan.

3

1

5H

5X

IX
3X
ox
10
33c
70c

&

5

6

3

1

........

■'mmmrnmrn

4

17
25
18
13
1

10 X June

2

12X Sale
20c

8

..."

4

27

3X

Jx

9

Oct.

6X Oct.

6

Sale

Oct.

17% Oct.

7X

2M

105*

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

8

3X

10
Sale

1

14
4
4
4
17
5

6X
4X
2X
2X

15
21

OX
9

IX

...

m

Oct.

17

5X
OX
3% Sale

17

3X Sale
3H
4%

35
Preferred..
*
429 Silent Automatic com
'_.*
5
Preferred
...100
593 Square D class A..
*

,

m

4
4

Oct.
Oct.

5X Oct.
2X Oct.

73X Oct.

85

2
22 5*

22,992 Reo Motor com
10
2,829 River Raisin Paper com
*
28,901 Scotten Dillon com.......10
5,535 Second Nat Investors com..l

220

4
4

Oct.

3X Oct.

»

154,703 Packard Motor Co com.
114,351 Parke Davis At Co
19,271 Parker Rust Proof com

825
m

Class B

IX Oct.

7
8
3 X Sale
2
2%

3X

1,875 Outboard Motors class A....*
mm'rn

19

3X

....

'

m

10
24

3

mm'mmrn

.......10

327 Miles Detroit Theatre
10
1,024 Motor Bankers Corp com...*

r,
mmmmmm

650

Preferred....

*
*

"9%0"ct"4

4

Jan.

Mar.
Jan.
Oct.
July
June

3
1

3X

Sale

3

*

Convertible

24

6

77

Jan.

May 12

X
X
5%
57%c
5

X Mar. 28

Kermath Mfg Co com
*
150 Kirsch Co common.........*

690

8X Oct.
12X Oct.

4%

*

*

"

6X Oct.

6

m

2

2,804

'■

m

..

200 Houseman Spitzley class B__*

150
450

mm m

preferred

18

6

10

5

K

2

General Parts common.....*

Convertible

-

Oct.

11

3X
5X

12

45,102 Graham-Paige Motor com..*
31,267 Hall Lamp com
...._._.*
3,227 Hoover Steel Ball com.
10
3,158 Houdallle-Hershey class A..*
Class B
124,034
._.*

■

6,546

m

10

com

-.

18 57 Xc Oct.

Oct.

2X

O

-

57Xc Oct.

4% Oct.

5

2

Sale
.

¥*

Sale

1%
8X
8X
14X Sale

3%

Class B
..*
Fourth Nat Investors com..l

General Motors

a

7

Prices.

Prices.

IX Apr. 12

4%

Sale

,

175 Gemmer Mfg Co class A
•
100 Gen Fdy At Machine units...

367,963
5,136

200

10

Sale

80c

5

5

7X
3
115

7
'

80c

55*
IX
18

8

9,384 Eaton Manufac'g Co com...*
68,984 Ex-Cello Aircraft Ac Tool....*
2,405 Federal Mogul common
._*
6,743 Federal Motor Truck com...*
3,051 Federal Screw Works com
*
33,012 Ford Motor of Canada cl A..*

17,142

40c

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices.

X

"llX Sale"
13 k Sale

100 Detroit Majestic cl B com
*
1,070 Detroit Paper Products
*
520 Detroit Steel Prod com
»
100 Dolphin Paint & Varn cl A..*
210
Class B
,__*

m

385

'I-

Delsel Wemmer Gilbert com 10

Sale

2

*

285 Detroit Gray Iron Fdy com.*

m mrnrnm

-

Ask.

2

7X
7X
8% Sale

1

Lowest.

Oct. 31.

.4s*. Bid.

7%

3,065 Continental Motors com
*
4,157 Copeland Products Inc
*
2,917 Crowley-Milner & Co com..*

575
316
W'm

*

20,089 Burroughs Adding Mach_~*
68 Chrysler Corp common.....*
375 Consolidated Paper com
10

"3,033

•J

*

4*
2
1

Bid.

*

29 Brown Fence & Wire cl B

m

36,458
«.

1H
%

36,588 Bower Roller Bearing....
*
100,704 Briggs Mfg Co common
__*

926
"m

Class B

4

*

Oct. 1.

Ask.

Bid.

*

603 Auto Fan Ac Bearing com
100 Baldwin Rubber class A

3,132
3,828

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN OCTOBER.

Par.

1,215 Alloy Steel clan
2,463
Class B_

:

272,997
3,207,303

197,432
-—2,455,022

Price
Jan. 2
1932.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

DETROIT
STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCKS

Since

1931.

1932.

October

14

2 ~ Sept. 28
5X Mar. 18
11X Feb. 29
19X Jan.
9
54c
Sept. 9

10c

Jan.

6X
OX
29X
6%

Jan. 21
Jan. 21
Sept. 8
Jan. 16

2

Feb.

5

16

OX Mar. 2
Sept. 23
33% Sept. 3
4

2

Jan.

12

X Feb. 19
5X Aug. 26
19*4 Jan. 25
54

Mar.

5

2 X Feb.
35* Sept.
% Mar.
19*4 Mar.
3X Aug.
33
Aug.
6*4 Mar.
27
Aug.
654 Mar.

8
'8
17
22
29
22
8
3
8

2

Mar.

5

Jan.

1
5

1654 Aug. 23
OX Sept. 8
75

Mar.

8

2% Aug.
Aug.

5
5

12
4

Jan.

154 Jan.
10

Jan.

2

7
18

10% Mar. 21
19
12

Mar. 21

Jan.

13

IX Mar.
1
154 Sept. 13
IX Sept. 8

BANKS.

8,776
15,355
*

174,478

Detroit Bankers...........20
198,066 Guardian Detroit
20

No par value,

a




Option sales,

r

•ft

Sold for cash,

••

■xt'-'

31
Sale
16 % Sale
x

20

Sale

16 X Sale

115* Sale

9% Sale

Bz-divldends.

y

Ex-rights.

Oct.

11

9X Oct.

24

16

20
12

Oct.
Oct.

OX July
3 X July

8
8

37% Jan.
19% Jan.

15
14

In the earlier part of

this publication complete records of the

dealings on the leading stock exchanges

of

calendar year to date, are furnished. In this department of
General Quotations we combine in one comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and descriptions, not only
those dealt in on the exchanges, but also leading unlisted and inactive securities.
The following is an Index
for the latest month and for the

the country,

to

the different classes of securities

quotedr

'-p Page
77
....81
99
.100
100
..108

Steam Railroad Bond*....

Steam Railroad Stocks

—

Joint Stock Land Bank Bond*
Joint Stock Land Bank Stock*

—

Federal Land Bank Bonds..

Real Estate Bonds.........—....
Investment Trust Stocks

Page

Page

'

94-120
Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks...
05
Public Utility Stocks
Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Stocks—98
Industrial & Miscellaneous Bonds.........91
United States and Municipal Bonds
100
Industrial & Miscellaneous Stocks....—95
—102
Exchange Seats
93 Canadian Municipal Bonds
Foreign Government Bonds
..101
Textile Manufacturing Stocks
..94
Public Utility Bonds...

and Bonds......82

....

83
88

Stocks and Scrip

Insurance

..94

Mining Stocks._

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue. As the New York Stsck
■xchange began with Jan. 2 1909 to Quote all bond prices "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 "f" 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
Quotations from all Stock Exchanges are as near as

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
t herefore the purchaser does not have to provide for It separately in making payment.
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.
Stock 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
cases the figures are obtained from sources which are considered reliable.
The following abbreviations are often used, via.; "M" for mortgage, "g" for gold, "gu" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed, "cons" for consolidated
conv" for convertible, "s f" for sinking fund, "1 g" for land grant, "op" for optional.
The black-faced type In the letters showing the Interest period Indicates the month when the bonds mature.
"/" prefixed to bond prices denotes that the

The letter

NOTICE.—All bond

prices

Bid.

Bond*.
BAILBOAD BONDS

are

"and interest" except

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Gen 1st g 4s

48

43

71#
64#

A—J&D

J&D

Alabama N Orl T & P June—
"A" deb 5s g *40 red '10-M&N 1/102
"B" deb g 6s *40 red '10-M&N
"O" deb g 5s Nov 1 1940-A&O

Alabama Tennessee &
Prior lien 6s 1948

IJ102
1/101

78

1948
Vicksburg By—
1st M g 5s 1974 series A—M&N
Albany & Susq 3 #s gold 1946
(conv before l9l6) gu——A&O
Alleghany Oorp—
Ooll tr conv 5s 1944--F&A
Gen income 6s Oct

107
107

106
20

1

8

60
83

80#
23

24#

18

19

1942.-M&S

90

1995—---Q-J
Eqtr 6s 1932-35 (s-a)-_J&J 15

36

—

5s

Col & conv 5a

Allegheny Val gen 4s
Amer Dock &

Ann

14#
93#

13

1st

Arbor

g

Ark & Mem By Brge &

M&S
Aroostook Nor 5s g 1947
A&O
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe—

98

93

70

_

92

91#
gold 4s 1995—A&O
82
Adjustment 4s July 1 1955 Nov
82#
Stamped
M&N
78
Conv g 4s of 09 due 55 op J&D
78
Conv g 4s of 1905 due '55-J&D
Conv g 4s of 1960
J&D k 80
89#
Conv deb 4#s 1948
J&D
90
Trans S L 1st g 4s 1958—J&J
94
Oal-Arlx 1st & rf 4 #s '62 op M&S
Ifx 117
Series B
---Rocky Mt Div 4s 1965...-J&J
Athens Terminal By—
1st g 5s 1937
J&J
Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line—
1st M 4)4" 1944 ser A
J&J
1st M 5s 1944 ser B
J&J
Atl Knox & Nor 1st 5s 1946-J&D
Atlanta & St Andrews Bay—

A&O

95

84
84

81#
90#
90"
95

127

82#

81

37
85

1st

6s.

1938

,

Eq 6#s Feb 1936

& Basis.

20

75

90

81

85

80#

J&J
Augusta Union Stat 4s 1953-J&J
Bait & Harris g 5s 1936
M&N
1st M West Ext g 5s 1938 M&N

92#

50

60

1st M 4s g July 1 1948—A&O
1st M 5s July 1 1948
A&O

1923-M&S
F&A
Ref & gen 5s 1995 series A. J&D
Ref & gen 6s 1995 series C. J&D
Ref & gen 5s 2000 ser D-.M&S
Eq tr 4#s 1932-40 (yr)--M&N
Eq tr 4#s '33-'41 O (yr)—F&A
Eq tr 5s 1932-37 (yr)
F&A
Eq tr 5s 1933-38 (yr)
F&A

78#
85#
60#
31#

80#
86#
63#

45

47#
50#

47#
44#

32

49

67.00 to

6.25%
6.25 i£>
6.25%

67.00 to

6.25%

15 67.00 to

6.25%

67.00to
67.00 to

Refund gold 4s 1941—M&N
S W Div 1st 5s 1950
J&J

69

57""

1st M 5s g Jan
Cons refund g

1 1943

70#
61

J&J

70

78#

llH

89

1938
J&J
4#s July 1937
J&J
4 #s Impt 1978
F&A
4s May 1 1933 gu N Y O.M&N
4s May 1 1934 gu N Y O.M&N
4s May 1 1935 gu N Y O.M&N

64

95

98

90

93

88

J&J

1933

68

K*

70

6.75

6.00%

63

66
50
47

100
6.75
6.75

1st

n

Nominal.

6.00 70

64#

1955.F&A

4#s July 15 1947.J&J15

m

J&J 15
1938—J&D
Brun & West 1st 4s 1938
J&J
Buffalo Creek 1st 5s 1941—J&J
1st ref 5s 1961
J&J
Bluff Point Land & Impt—See In
Gen

m

6s 1933

40

40

90
85
65

70

55
65
Mi scell.

d &

Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh—
General 5s g
Con g

1937

4#s 1957

Eq 6s ser K 1933 (s-aj

M&S
M&N
F&A

87
30

99#

Corp—
69
J&J
Burl Cedar Rapids & North—
59
Con 1st & coll tr 5s g *34.-A&O
65
Butte Anaconda & Pac 5s*44 F&A
90
Cam & Clear—1st 5s g 1941-J&J
80
H Gen M g 4s 1955—
F&A
75
Cambria & Ind 1st 4#s '68—J&J
&7.00 to
Eq tr 5#s 1932-38 (year) M&N
60
Canada Atl 1st 4s 1955
J&J
90#
Canada South 5s 1962 ser A. A&O
88
Can Nat Rys 4#s 1954-M&S 15
88
4#s 1957
J&J
Buff & Susquehanna RR
1st 4s Dec 30 1963

s

J&D

1968

1951

88#

guar

1956
1955

88"

M&S.
F&A
s guar
J&D 15
40-yr 5s guar 1970
-F&A
5s guar 1969
J&J
5s guar 1969
A&O
Eq tr 4#s 1932-1942 (gu) M&N

s Sale price.

6.50%

88

guar

1935.F&A
Winnipeg Term 4s 1939
J&J

(London,

6.00

72"

90
95

95
7

7
103#
104#

10-yr g 4#s Feb 15

fc Last sale

66

58

Boston Rev Beach & Lynn—

Eq tr 4#s 1932-45(ann)_.J&D
Canadian Northern—
S F deb 7s 1940
J&D
8 F deb 6#s 1946
J&J

5.50%

Interest,

1

Equip 5#s 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

64

s

81

65
65

6.50

-

s

82

55

40""

95

83

....

66
66

Brook & Mon 2d 5s

J&D

6s June 1942

66

Bos & N Y A L 1st 4s g

76

69
60#
4s 1951
J&J
80
75
Medford Ext 5s 1937
M&N
76
72
Piscat Div g 5s Jan 1943—A&O
77
73
St Johns Riv Ext gu 5s '39.F&A
77
73
Van Bin* Ext 5s g Jan '43-A&0
77
73
Washburn Ext 1st 5s '39--F&A
Bat Creek & S 1st gu g 3s *89 J&D
65""
Bedford Belt 1st 5s 1938
J&J
82
87#
Beech Or 1st 4s g gu 1936
J&J
2d guar gold 5s 1936
J&J
83
n"
Beech Ork Ext 3#s 1951—A&O
Bellingham Bay & British Col—
94
1st g 5s Dec 1 1932J&D
Belt RR & Stk Yds (Ind'p'lis)—
80
1st ref gold 4s 1939
M&N
74
Belvidere Del 1st 3#s 1943—J&J
81#
Big Sandy Ry 1st g 4s 1944-J&D
60
BIrm Term 1st g 4s 1957 gu.M&S
Bluff Point Land & Imp—See In d & Mi scell.
35
30
Boonville St L & Sou 5s '51-F&A
80
Boston & Albany 5s Oct *63—J&J

83

60

66
66

M&S
M&N
1st m 4#s 1961 ser JJ—.A&O
Eq 4#s 1933-1943 (yr)-A&0
Boat & Maine (old) 4#s
J&J
4s Feb 1 1937
—F&A
4s Aug 1942
.—-F&A
3s July 1950
J&J
Jan

73

—

1943
5s May 1940
1st m 5s 1967 ser AO
1st m 5s 1955 ser 2

6s

62

99#
66

66

....

5s Jan

90

62

66

5s May 1943
5s Mar 1942

89

Ask.

66

5s Jan 1946

g

5s July 1

78

*41

April 1947

5s Apr 1944
5s June 1945

90

75

f This price includes accrued




37

4s-5s

70

„

(year) F&A

W*
30

30
23

Bangor & Aroostook—

UP
60

Gen mtge

Atlanta Terminal 6a 1939
F&A
Atlantic City gu 4s 1951--—J&J
1st M 5#s 1929 extd as 5%
to May 1954
M&N
Atlantic Coast Line Co of Conn
Certs Indebt 6s irredeem_J&D
Atlantic Coast Line BR—
1st cons 4s July 1 1952-.-M&S
Col tr g 4s Oct 1 1952 op.M&N
Conv deb 4s 1939 op 1916M&N
Gen unif ser A 4W« 1964-J&D

J&J
1949--A&O

1

Ref 3#s 1952 gu N Y O-A&O
Boston & Lowell 4#s Feb '33.J&J

6s 1947--A&O

Aug Term 1st gu

Toledo & Gin Div 4s 1959—J&J

38

Term—

1st M 5s 1964

29

Eq tr 6s '33-'35 (yr)-—J&J
Pittsb Lake Erie & w Va—

67#
1998-.-A&0
Impt—See Ind & M iscell—

West 4s guar

A1 &

J&J

Conv 4#s 1933 red
Conv g 4#s 1960

1949.—.-J&D
1950
-A&O

conv

J&J

Jan

3#s

Boston & Maine (new) 5s Sept

Baltimore & Ohio—

Alabama &

Ooll &

5.50%
5.50%

77

A us & NWlst 5s g 1941

Northern-

J&J '

July 1948

Atl & Danville 1st 4s 1948

2d g 4s 1948
Atl & Yad 1st gu g 4s

_

1st cons g 5s 1943 ser
1st cons 4s 1943 ser B

6.50
6.50

Atlantic Coast Line of S C—

_

50

(Concluded)—
1951J&J

Boston & Albany

Eq 6s 1933-1935 (yr)— J&J 15 6
Eq 4#s 1933-'41 E (yr)-F&A 5

80
78

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Atlantic Coast Line BR (Concl)
.

Adirondack 1st 4)4s 1942 guM&S
Akron & Barb Belt g 4s 1942-J&D
Ak Oant & Youngst—
Gen & ref 6s 1945 ser A—A&O
Gen & ref 5#s 1945 ser B A&O
Alabama Great Southern—

and defaulted bonds.

where marked "f" and income

88

104

105#
98#
91

78

RAILROAD
NOTICE.—All bond pnooa are

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

Oanadlan N W 4 %a Oct 221943..

70

M&S

82

A&O

90

Ooll tr 6s 1954
J&D
8 f 4%s Dec 15 1944—J&D15

83%
83
78

Ooll tr 4%8

I960
J&J
Eq tr 5a 1944
J&J
Eq tr 4%a 1932-1938 a-a..J&D b
Eq tr 4%s 1940-1945 a-a.J&D b
Oaro Cent lat g gu 4a 1949--J&J f
Oaro Clinch & Ohio 5a 1938.-J&D
lat

cona

6a 1952

aer

6 5
6.5
88

95"

75

79

69?

5%

I 11

5%
5%

A.J&SD15

Eq tr 6a 1933-*35 (yrly)_J&J15

92%
5.50%
5.50%

17

Equip 5a 1932-1937 a-a.-A&O b
Eq 5a 1932-1933 a-a
J&D
_

Cart & Adir lat 4a 1981
J&D
Oatawlaaa cona g 4a 1948-..A&0
Cent Ark & Ea lat 5a 1940 op J&J
OentrBr Un Pac lat g 4a *48-J&D

65
90
45

Ref g

81

50"

6.25

Eq tr 6a '33-'35 (yrly).. J&J15 b

6

5.25

20
b 8.50

to

b 8.50

to

6 8.50
6 8.50

6 8.50

4.50%
4.50%

28

96%
103

111%

111

100

100

68%
78

70

%
50

Chateaugay Ore & Iron Co—See I
Chattanooga Sta 4a 1957 gu.J&J

lat

cons

5a 1939
M&N
General 4%a gold 1992
M&S
Ref & lmpt 4 Ha 1993 serA A&O
Ref & lmpt 4%s '95 aer B J&J
Eq tr 4%a 32- 40 V/ (yr)_A&0
Eq tr 5a 33-'38 (yr)
M&S15
Eq tr 5%a '32-'37 (yrly)__J&D
Eq tr 6a 1933-'35 (yrly).J&J15
Eq 6%s 1932-35 (ann)_..J&D

1st M 4%s 2020 ser A

J&J
J&J

tec.""'

104
96
84

87

6 25

4 50%

5.25

4.50%
4.50%
4.50%
4.50%

5 25
5 25

5 25
86

97
85

87""

89

80%

2d con g 4a 1989
J&J
Warm Spr Val lat 5a g '41.M&S
Elevator Co g 4a gu 1938—A&O

81%
97%

92

85

Oheaapeake & Ohio Northern—
lat M 5s 1945 guar
A&O
Chic & Alton lat 3%a 1950—J&J f
RR refunding g 3s 1949--A&O /

92 7/

92

79%
42%

44"

89

70

48%

Prior lien gold 4a 1996
Conv gold 4s 1953 aer A.
Series B 1953

95
75
50

80

5.75

5.25%

95%

100

97

80

65"
90

61

Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry
Con mtge g 4a 1956 guar._J&J
Chicago Indlanap & Louiavllle—

94

67

69

82

85

75

76%
73%

....

a

a

f 5a 1973

f 4%s

aer

1977

69%

O—A&O
J&D

Coal Rlv Ry 1st 4s gu *45

Colorado & Southern
Ref M g 4%s May 1 '35—M&N
General nort^e 4%s 1980—M&N

81%
52%

42

75

aeries B..J&J

40

60

Columbia & Port

aeries O..J&J

26

aerlea A.M&N

18

22"

18

22

1st m 4s 1940
F&A
Col & Hock Val ext 4s 1948 A&O
Col & Tol 1st g 4s 1955
F&A

lat & gen 6a May '66 aer B J&J
Equip tr 6a '33-'35 (yr). J&J15 b
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt J&D
.

Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern—
lat M 4 Ha 1969 opt 1919.J&D
Chic Memp & Gulf 6a 1940--J&J

9%

7%
30

91%
38

Chic Milw St Paul & Pac RR—
50-yr 5s 1975 aeries A
F&A
Conv adj 5s Jan 2000
A&O /
Gen g 4s A May 1 1989-—J&J
Gen g 3Ha B May 1 1989.- J&J

94

42

25%
7%

26
8

54

58

48

58

55%
55%

Gen 4 Ha May *89 series C.J&J
Gen 4H» May *89 aer E..J&J

58%
60

65
b

9~%"

Eq 4%s '32-'41 G & H(yr)_J&J 6„ 9%
Equip tr 6s 1933-35 (yr)_J&J15
Equip tr 5s'32-'40 ser B(yr)F&A
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M 3H« g 1987
M&N

8%
8%
8%
8%

48%
50
58
60

69%

15

F&A /
A&O
1951—A&O

21

69

23%
23%

83
58

5.50%

90

95

77%

&

9l"

66

60

Connecting Ry (Phlla)—
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

89

25%

27

32

32%
37%

B..J&D

26

37

Imp & equip 5s I960
M&N
Dayton Union 4s 1949
J&J
Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951.-J&J

17%

20

,

84

86

I

65

85

Del & Bound Br 3%s 1955.F&A
Delaware & Hudson—
Conv 5s 1935
A&O

97

1st & ref gold 4s 1943

15-yr

93

95

M&N
5%s May 1 *37—M&N

6%

Eq 6s Jan 15 *33-'35(yr) J&J15

5%

30
20

30"

85%

89

4

Deb ctrs B

...

Gjantanamo &

55

80

56%
48
51

6.50
6.50
6.50

6.00
6.00
70

80%
21%
3%

_

Western—

Stamped (Jan
on) 1952

J&J A 27%
J&J2 / 10

A&O

35

J&J

20

J&J

1933

20

A&O

.

20

coup¬

G ilf Terminal of Mobile—

1st mtge g 4s 1957 gu .
Harl R & Portch—See N
Toboken

J&J

69

J&J

1st 5s 1950 Series O

37

Detroit Toledo & Ironton—
lat 5s Mar 1 1964

8%

Eq tr 4%a 1932-1939
M&S
Eq tr 4 %s 1932-1940 D (yr) J& J
Eq tr 5s 1932-1938 (yr)..M&S
Western Fruit Express..
Eq 5s J'ne 15*32-39 (yr) J&D
Eq tr 4%s 1932-1940-J&D
Great Northern Ry of Canada—
Cons 4s 1934 opt to 1914—A&0
G*eenb Ry 1st g gu 4s *40 .M&N
Green Bay & West debt certs A..

1st 5%s 1950 ser B

36%
2%

65
45

J&D

Gen 4%s 1976 aer D
Gen 4%s 1977 ser E

"7"

7

Inc mtge 6a 1960
fk
Dea M & Ft D lat 4s 1935.-J&J /
Certificates of deposit
/
Des Plaines Val 4%s 1947.-M&S /

2
30

40

50

G ilf & Ship Island RR—
1st ref & term g
Feb 52

k

100%
99%

J&J

1st M 6s 1958 ser A

40

103

'41.J&J
B—J&J

G layaquil & Quito lat 5s '32
Gilf Mobile & Northern—

J&J
..J&J

58
58

1st & ref g 4%s '61 opt
Gen M 5%s 1952 ser
Gen M 5s 1973 ser O

42%
42%

4a 1936
4%s 1936
Denver & Salt Lake Ry—
1st mtge 6s 1950

58

M&S
F&A
Grand Trunk West 4a £ 1950-J&J
1st g gu 4s $ July 1 1950—J&J
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 '32-'43 (yr)
Grays Pt Term g 5a 1947
J&D

41

con g

90 ""

Deb g 6s Sent 1 1936
6%s 1936 series F

18
25

Eq tr 4%a 1932-42 (yr)_.M&N
Denver & Rio Grande—

m

Grand Trunk Ry of Canada—
Sink fund g deb 7a 1940--A&O

17%
22%
8%

con g

¥

1962-

92%

1st

9" 00

A&O

J&J
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
Mountain Sec 4a 1955
A&O
Lake Sup Dlv 4s 1955
A&O
M 3s

Gen income 5a Aug '55.—F&A
Ref & lmpt 5s 1978 aer B.A&O

Mortgage gold 4a 1995
J&D
Det R Tun 4%s 1961 gu—-M&N

18%

40

D Rlv RR & B gu g 4a 1936.F&A
Denver & Rio Grande Western

Det & Mack pr lien 4a 1995. J&D

23

77

Gen M 7a 1936 aerlea A—J&J

70
92
80

g

91"

J&J

1945.-J&J

Great Northern—

31

ser

-M&N

Gouv & Osw 1st 5a g 1942
J&D
Gr R & Ind ext 4%a 1941—J&J

1st

Deposit—

Conn & Pass 1st g 4s 1943.-A&O
Conn River gold 4s 1943
M&S

1st

75

6.50

Eqtr 6s 1933-35 (year)..J&J 15

1st 1 & ref 6s 1936

18

15

/

Georgia & Florida RR—
lat M 6a 1946 aer A
Otfs of deposit
Georgia Fla & Ala RR—

2d 4s 1936

81

aerlea A..J&J

2

50

Grand Trunk Pacific—

A&O

B

ser

5%
....

75
86

A&O
Eq tr 4%s 1932-1939 a-a.M&N b

84%

M&N

lat

65
—-

71

Ga Mid 1st g 3a 1946

Cleveland Union Terminals—
1st a f 5 %s 1972 series A. A&O
1st M

.

50

1st M & ref 6a 1952

93%
93%

_

94

J&D

Ga Oaro & N lat 5a g 1929—J&J
Ext at 6% to July 1 1934

80

42

20

43%
4%
3%

87

A&O
Galveston Term 6a 1938
M&S
Genesee River 6a 1957
J&J
Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945
J&J
Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5a 1948-J&D

81

91

20

25"
/

lat M 5s 1933

Gen & ref 4%s 1977 ser A.F&A

41%

J&J

Ext at 5%% to 1961

Cleve Short L 4%a 1961
A&O
Cleveland Terminal & Valley—

91

95

75

100

Frem Elk & Mo V 6s 1933.-A&O

Ga Sou & Fla lat g 5a
Deb 5a 1952

1st 4s gold guar 1995

86%

Galv Houston & Henderson—

77%
76%

13%

84%
85

Ft Worth & D O 6a 1921—

83

74

99

1st con 4%s 1982
(May *32 and May 37 coup). /
Fort Dodge Dea Moinea & Sou—
1st 5s 1938
J&D
Fort St Un Dept Det 4%s "41 J&J

Ser O 3%a gen gtd 1948—M&N
Ser D 3%a gen gtd 1950--F&A

12

9%
9%

Amended

89%
92

9%

Eq 4%s '33 '35 G (a-a).—A&O
Eq 4%s '33-'41 H (a-a)._M&S
Fla So 1st g gn 4s 1945
J&J
Florida West Sh 5s 1934
J&J /

84

87%

28%

-

Ga RR & Bkg ref 6a
4a Jan 1 1947

93

28"

Florida East Coast 4%a '59-J&D|/
lat & ref 5a 1974
M&S
Certificates of deposit

70%

98

Cleveland Lorain & Wheeling—
Cons now 1st 5s 1933
A&O
Gen M 5a 1936
i
J&D
Cleve & Mah Val g 5s 1938-J&J

36
34

M&N
A&O
Eq tr 6s 1933-35 (year)_J&J15
Eq 4%a '32-'41 LL (a-a)—M&S
Eq tr 4%s 1932-43 (s-a)—M&S
Penn coll g 4s Feb 11951.-F&A
Erie & Jersey a f 6a 1955
J&J
Erie & Pittsburgh—
Gen gu g 3%s aer B 1940--J&J
Series O 1940
J&J
European & N A gold 4s 1933 J&J
Fitchburg 5s Jan 1 1934
J&J
4%s Jan 1933
J&J

1st cons ref g 4%s 1947

Indlanap-—
J&J

45

A&O
A&O

Gen ref gold 4s 1950
J&J
1st cons ref 4%s *52 opt.-M&N

106"
6

73%

J&J
J&J
_A&O

Series D 1953
Ref & lmpt m 5a 1967
Ref & mtge m 5s 1975

Ser B 4%s gen gtd 1942—A&O
Int red to 3%%

55%

lat consol 6a gold 1934—-A&O
Chicago & Erie 5a lat g *82-M&N
Income 5a Oct 1982
Chic Grt Weat lat 4a 1959--M&S

Fed Inc tax
Gen M 5a *87 stpd lnc tax M&N
GenM 4%s'87atpdtnc taxM&N
Gen M4%s'87 stpd inc tax M&N
Sinking fund deb 5a 1933.M&N
15-year 6Ha Mar 1936—M&S
lat & ref 5a May 2037
J&D
lat & ref 4 Ha May 2037.-J&D
lot & ref 4%s May 2037C J&D
Conv g 4%a 1949 aer A—M&N

75

Fonda Johnstown & Gloversv—

81

'40-M&S

gold 6s 1934

60

47%

White W V Dlv 1st 4s '40-J&J

cons

....

A&O

nH

St L Dlv 1st col trg 4s *90 M&N

Equip to 6s 1932-1935

60
60

n*

Cairo Dlv 1st g 4s 1939
J&J
O W & M Dlv lat 4s g '91.J&J

Gen

89%

A&O
1951-J&J

7%

9%

90

July 1 1949J&J
Chic & East 111 (new co)—
Gen M 5s May 1951—M&N
Chicago & Eastern Illlnola—

non-pay

93%
102

79%

J&D
J&D

Olev Colum Cln &

89%

Elmlra & Williamsport—
1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-J&J

Clev & Marietta 4%s 1935.M&N
Cleveland & Pittsburgh—
Ser A 4%s gen gtd 1942
J&J

86%
92%

4s

M&N

6.50%

93%

Ref & imp M 6s '41 ser O..J&J
Ref & Imp M 5s '63 ser D..J&J
Ref & lmpt 4 %s ser E 1977. J&J

g

M&N
Elgin Jol & East 5s 1941... M&N

83

Gen M 4a 1958
M&S
lat & ref 4 Ha aer B 1977..F&A
lat & ref g 5a 1971 aer A..F&A
Illlnola Dlv 3 Ha '49 op '29 J&J

Gen M gold 4s 1987

to

100

1940—F&A

Spr & Col Dlv 4s 1st

90
22

83%
89%

M&N

1935

5s

88%

Equip truat 6a Jan 15 '32-'35
(yearly)
J&J15 6
Chicago Burlington & Qulncy—

Gen M 4%s May '99 serF.J&J
Eq 4%s '32-'43 E & F (yr).J&J

86"

Olev OInc Chic & St Louis—
General 4s gold 1993
Gen M 5s ser B 1993

80

20

cons 5s gold 1943——J&J
(Jan 1932 coupon on)
1/

Clearfield Bitum Coal—See Ind & Mlac
70
Clear & M lat 5s g gu 1943—J&J
lat cons guar g 4s

23

84%

East Tenn Va & Georgia—
Consol 1st g 5s 1956

1st

Cleveland Akron & Columbus—

109$
m

Craig Valley 1st fis g 1940-J&J
Potts Creek 4s 1946
J&J
R & A Dlv 1st con g 4a '89-J&J

Stmpd

1932-38 (yr)—A&O 67.50

1st M 5s 2020 ser B

69

g

Ref M g 6a 1947
Ref M g 5a 1947
Ref M g 4s 1947
lat & gen 5a 1966

Eq tr 5a

65

RR

&

Term

.

Y

J&J
N

60
H & Ha rtford.

Co—

f 6s 1947
M&S /
Valley Ry—
gold 4%s 1999.—J&J
Eq tr 58 1932-1938 (ann)_A&0
Eq tr 5s 1932-1939 (yr)._.J&J,h
Eqtr 6s'33-35 (yr)
J&J 15 &

1st lien

s

10

Rocking

1st cons

_

b Basis,

f This price Includes accrued Int. k Last sale. I In




Landon.

m

i

Florida Central & Peninsula—

Olncln North 1st g 4s 1951—J&J
Cincinnati Union Term Co—-

98
nd & M

75

71
84

F&A

60

Oheaapeake Corp—See Misc Bon ds.
Oheaapeake & Ohio—

70

95

45"
6.50%

69%
80%

66

42 H

7.50

97%
103%

60

Cine & Musk Val 4a 1948
Oin N O & Tex Pac Ry—

Eq tr 5s Dec 14 *32-'44 (yr)
Char & Sav gen 7a 1936
J&J
Oharl & W Car lat 5a 1946—A&O

31

94%

62%

m

52%

55

59

•

Eastern Tenn & West N C—

Gen Hen gold 4a 1996

51

Oin Ind & West 1st 5s 1965.M&N
Oin Leb & Nor 4s 1942
M&N

Cent RR & Bkg 5a 1937—M&N
Central Vermont Ry—

6.50%

1st gold guar 4s 1953
A&O
OISL&Olst4sg Aug '36—Q-F

Guar g 5a

20

70

Eastern Ry of Minnesota—
Nor Dlv 1st g 4s 1948
A&O

1st & ref 5s 1965—

72%

§2*
82

——J&J

J&J
1940—J&D

1st gold 5s 1937
Dutchess Co RR 4%s

El Paso & R I 1st gu 5a
El Paso & S W RR—

2d mtge gold 4%a 1937
J&J
Cine Ind & St L Sh Line Ry—

76

i

Erie-

J&J
1944
J&D
Chicago & Western Indiana—
Consol gold guar 4a 1962
J&J
1st & ref 5%s 1962 A
M&S
Choc & Memph 5s 1949
J&J

82

Gen g a f 5s Jan 1 1941

iiii

i

97

Duluth South Shore & Atlantic—

64%

Guar gold 5s

lat ref 4a g guar 1949
F&A
lat g guar 4s Oct 11954—A&O

'75
100%

J&J

1st gold guar 4a 1953

Dul & Ir Range 1st 5s 1937. A&O
Duluth Missabe & Northern—

75%

45%

J&J

lat M 5s 1963 series B
1st M 6%s series O 1963

Ask.

Bid.

Income 5s 2862

Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton—
General 6s gold 1942
J&D

79%

Central Pacific—

I960-—,
F&A
European loan 4a 1946-M&S

8%

8%
to 8%
to 8%
to 8%

68

1st & ref g 5s Dec 1 '60 opt J&D
Inc mtge 5s Dec 1 1960--M&S
Chic Un Stat 1st 4%a 1963—J&J

93%
,

35%
33%
21%

-

J&J15 67.50to

68%

n*

34

Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf—
Consol gold 5s 1952—-M&N

Central of New Jeraey—
Gen M (now 1st) g 5a 1987 J&J
Gen M 4a 1987
J&J

65

Chic Terre Haute & Southeast

75

Oconee Dlv Lat g 5a 1945—J&D
Ocean S S lat 5a 1943
J&J
Cent New Eng 1st qu 4a 1961 J&J

62

Mem Dlv 1st 4s 1951
J&D
Chic St Paul Minn & Omaha—

5.50%
6%
5.50%

Mid Ga& Atl lat 5a 1947—J&J
Mobile Dlv g 5a 1946—J&J

7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%

4s 1934 opt to 1911—A&O

Eq 6s 1933-*35 (ann)

bond

Bonds.

Ail.

Sec 4%a

1952 ser A
M&S
30-yr. conv.4%8 1960—M&N
Eq 6a Jan 151933-'35 (yr)J&J15
Eq tr 5s 1932-38 (a-a)
J&D
Eq tr 5a 1932-'34 (a-a)—A&O
Eq 4%a '32-'42 O (yr)
J&J
Eq tr 4%s '32-*45 (s-a)
J&D
Chicago St Louis & N O—
Con g 6s June 15 *51—J&D 15
Con g 3%s June 15*51 J&D.15

defaulted

Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—

Eqtr 5a '32-'35ser M (yr)_J&D
Eq 5a '32-'38 O (yr)
J&D
Eq 6a Jan 15 '33-'35 (yr) J&J 15
Eq 6%a 1933-36 aer J (yr) M&S
Eq 6%a 1932-36 K (yr)„A&O
Eq 4%a'32-'42 (yr.) aer A M&N
Chic R 1 & Pac Ry—
General gold 4a 1988
J&J

42
45
20 H

Eq tr 4%s '33-'40ser P(yr)M&S
Eq tr 4%a'32-'40aerQ(yr)M&N
Eq tr 5s 1933-'38 (yrly)._J&D
Chat Dlv gold 4a 1951—J&D
Macon & Nor g 5a 1946
J&J

Eq tr 4%a 1932-'41 (yr)—F&A

Bid.

40

Central of Georgia—
lat M g 6a Nov 1 1945—F&A
Cona gold 5a 1945
M&N
Ref & gen 5%s 1959 aer B.A&O
Ref & gen 6s 1959 aer O-.A&O

_

Bonds

"f" and Income and

Chic & North Western (Concl.)—

Oanadian Pacific—
Oona deben 4a perpetual. _J& J

20-yrcoll tr 4%s 1946..
Oofl tr 5i Apr 15 1934

BONDS

"and Interest" except where marked

Dollar per 500 francs per £20.

n

Nominal,

r

90%
5.50
5.50
5.50

Canadian price. 5 Sale price.

All bond prices are "and Interest" ezoept

Bid.

Bonds.

Holidays burg

&

Bedford

Oumb

J&J

82

M&N
Houston Belt & Term 5s '37-J&J

40

1st M g 4s 1951 guar
con 5s 1937

Housatonic

87

86"

79

Houston East & West Texas—

M&N
M&N

1st 6s g May 1 1933
1st gu g 5s Mar 1933

92H

J&J

1937,

100

85H

Hudson & Manhattan—
82

F&A
Adj inc up to 5% Feb '57-A&0
1st M 4Hs 1957 conv
F&A
1st gold 5s 1957 opt

Illinois Central—1st

g

1st gold 3Hs 1951

78

80~"
45H

3-year notes 4Hs 1934—J&D
Main L ext 1st g 3H» 61-A&U
1st M £3sl951
M&8
1st M £4s 1951
A&O
Tr bonds

1st mtge

M&N

J&J

Eqtr4Hs'32'41 M (s-a).M&N
Eq tr 4 Ha 1932-41 Ser N-A&O
Eq tr 4Hs 32 "36 (yr) O-.J&J
Eq tr 5s 1932 38 ser J
M&N
Eq tr 6s *33 '35 (year)—J&J 15
Equip 6 Ha 1933-1934 (yr).F&A
Equip 7s 1932-1935
-A&O
Cairo Bridge 4s g 1950--J&D
Litch Div 1st g 3s 1951-—J&J
Loulsv Div 3^s g 1953—J&J
Omaha Div 1st 3a g 1951--F&A
St Louis Div 3H* g 1951—J&J
St Louis Div 3s g 1951
J&J
Sp'fleld Div ext 3Ha 1951 J&J
Western lines g 4s 1951
F&A

1st g

Southern

64;

812*
94
44

tndianap & Lou 1st 4s 1956--J&J
interboro-Met 1 See Public Utility
Inter Rap Tran/
Securities.

4

Adj M 6s July 1952 ser A.April
1st M 5s 1956 series B
J&J
1st M 5s 1956 ser O
J&J

15

Asst (cash warr

Mexican

Eq tr 4Ha 1932-42 (yr)„A&0 b
Internat Rys (Central America)—
1st M 5s 1972 opt
M&N

7%
39*

6% notes 1941-M&N
6% notes 1936
1st 1 & ref 6Ha 1947F&A
Iowa Cent 1st g 5a 1938
J&D
Certificates of deposit
1st & refg 4s 1951
M&S
Ctf of dep
la Minn & N w i«t 3 Ha 1935 J&J

21

305*
22*

50

Jacksonville Terminal—
Ref & ext 6s series A 1967—J&J

78

Ref & ext 6s series B 1967--J&J

90

1959 guar.
J&D
Joplin Union Station—
1st g 4Ha 1940 guar op—M&N
K A & Gr R 1st 5a 1938
J&J
Kal & W Pig n g 5a 1940
J&J
Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948—A&O
Kana & Mich 1st 4s 1990
A&O
1st g 4s

9C

95"

'

88

53

5.50%
63

July 1 1941

J&J

Lehigh Vai ITerm 5s 1941—A&O

98
52
58

National Transc Branch Lines

60

60

2

2

2H
1H

Cons deb 4s

67

A&O

1951

New Brunsw 1st g 5s

52 H

98

Co

A&O kt 90
62
M&N
1934—F&A U00
J&J

perpetual

I

New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
J&J
Consol g 5s July 1 1945—J&J

100
80

gu—J&D
F&A

N Hav & North 4s 1956

35"r

42"

N J June 1st 4s gu 1986

1940
J&J
New Mexico Ry & Coal Co—
1st colltr g 5s Oct 1 1947--A&O
1st & con & coll tr g 5s 1951 A&O

New Lon Nor 1st 4s

76
60

65"
....

'55--F&A /

New Orl Gt Nor 1st 5s

"3"

64
75
80

Extended at 5% 1940
M&N
Ref & Impt 4Hs *52 ser A—J&J
New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953 —-J&J

70

2
1

Non-cum inc 5s'35 ser
m'm

mm

mm

1st 5s 1954 series B

1st M 5Ha 1954 series
1st 5s 1956 series O

86"
30
30

84 H

80

A..A&0
'.A&O
A. .A&O
F&A

SO

M&N

61
66

10

15

Prior lien 5s 1962 ser

77

79
43

32*
1
2*

f

S "5"
11

2H
8

5

15
b

9%
9%
9%
9%

b
b
b

J&J
tax-exempt_M&N
bax-exemnt—J&J
A 2013--A&O

Ref & ref 4 Hs ser

J&J

6% gold notes 1932
A&O
Guaranty Trust Co. dep. rets—

8%

Ref 5

60
mm-mmm

84"

24 M

26

63 X

642*

gold 4s 1990
J&D
Eq tr 6s 1933-*35 (year)_J&J15 b
Mo Pacific RR (new company)—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1965 A
F&A
1st & ref 5s 1977 ser F—M&S

A&O

1974 ser A.

1978 ser O
M&S
Equip tr 4Hs 1932 *44 (yr) F&A
Equip tr 5s 1932-'38 (yr)__F&A

54

60

55

60

35

40

75

76 H
7%

New

York Oonnecttug

8%
28
27

29H
272*

50

52 2*

85H

89

B„M&N

4s




1,000 franc bond,

k Last sale.

6.50
6.50
6.50
75 H

382*
38

H

27 H
18 2*

9%
9%

85K
90
82 H

95 2*

72"
80

62

62
50

tr

15

4H® '32-*46(yr)-J&J

Harl Riv & Pt Ohes 4s *54 M&N

n Dollars uer

6.50
6.50

M&N

Mar 15 1945 (s-a)_.M&8

Eqpt

"

6.50

1947 non-conv..-M&S

Deb 3H§ March 1947
M&S
Deb 3 Ha 1954 non-conv__A&O

J&J
15-year secured 6a 1940—A&O
1st & ref 4H» 1967
J&D
Equip tr 4 Hs Sept 15 1932 to

/This price loctudes accrued interest

6.50

-

Deb 32*s 1956 conv.-.

b Basis.

6.50;
G.5Q^5.l

NYLE&WO& RR—See Ind & Misc.
N Y L E & W Dock & Impt—Se e Ind &
69
N Y & I Br gen 4s 1941
-M&S
NY & NE Bos Ter 4s 1939- A&O
N Y New Haven & Hartford73 H
Deb 6s Jan 15 '48 conv. .J&J15
30
Deb 4s May 1 1957
.M&N
61
Deb 4s July 1 '55 non-conv J&J
Deb

79

6.50

Western—

1st & ref 4H« 1973 ser

Deb 4s 1956 non-conv

74

69 2*
69

RR—

1953 series A—F&A
5s 1953 series B—F&A
NY & E 1st 4s ext g 1947— M&N
4Hs 3d ext 1933
.M&S
N Y & Gr Lake gu g 5s 1946-M&N
N Y A Har 1st g 3 Hs 2000--M&N
1st guar

N V Lack &

69
45

22

6% notes 1935

1st M 4H»

M K & T of T 1st 5s gu 1942 M&S
Mo Kan & Tex (old companvj—
1st

N Y O & St L 1st g

*36-'32-J&J

*32-'45-M&N
4s 1937-A&O

8%
8%
8%

RR—

A__„J&J
B
J&J

M&N15

(yearly)

Ref 4Hs

,

492*

3Hs July 1 1997

Deb g 4s *34
Deb 4s 1942

372*

Prior lien 4 Ha 1978 ser D.J&J
Adj M 5s Jan 1967 ser A..A&0

ft K

99

—-

'41opT6-M&N

Mo-Ill RR 5s 1959

95

84

30

CentTermRy—

Prior lien 4b 1962 ser

80
97

54 H

J&J

Missouri-Kansas-Texas

84

Ref g

69 H

52"

45

Riv—

NYO RR eq 4H«
NYO RR eq 4H®

78

5.75%

80

A&O

Ref & impt 5s 2013 O
New York Central & Hud

63 H
25

74

60

70

89

J&J

18"

Conv deb 6s 1935

60

5s 1949

25H

Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser A—F& A
Ref & impt 4 Hs 2013 A—A&O

NYO Lines eq 4H» ,32-,40

g

20
23

40

50

f 4s

38

75

23"

s

14
90

35

18

1st Ch Ter

65

35H

39

MStP&SS M &

69
55

50

47

68" Mississippi Cent

60

1st M 4Hs 1956 aeries D—F&A
6 8.25
Eqtrust4Hs l932-'42
A&O
Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—
70
1st M g 4Hs 1945 guar—J&J
New York Bklyn & Manh Beach
92 %
1st gold 5s 1935.
A&O
New York Central RR—

34 H
48

63"

97

34H

cons

B

68

New Orleans Texas & Mexico—

'

60

/

25-year 5Hs 1949M&S
Eq tr 4s '32 *38 s-a
J&D15
Eq tr 4Ha 1932-'36 (s-a)-M&N
Eq tr 5s 1932-'33 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 6s 1932-'35 (year)—M&S

83
66 H

New Orl & Nor East 6s 1915.

cons

1st

60

42

12*
2

1955
Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954
1st Msf4H&

45

1st

65 2*
8%
66 2*

1 g 4He '26 J&J

Nat RR of Mex p
1st cons gold 4s

gold 4s 1938
J&J
gold 5s 1938J&J
1st cons 58 1938 gu int
J&J
2d M gold 4s guar 1949—J&J
1st ref 6s 1946 Reries A
J&J

1949

1st ref 5Hs 1978 ser

47
gold 4Ha 2003--.M&N
Gen con gold 5s 2003
M&N
Lehigh Valley Coal-—See Ind & M isc.
Lehigh Valley Ry of New York

b

1977
A&O
6% g notes *15 ext to '33--J&D
6% gnotes£ *15 ext to '33-J&D

56

Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—

89 H

59

742*

Gen mtge 4s

56

M&S /
A.Q-F

Certificates of deposit

88 2*

1.00

1932-'37 (year).A&O
1st gu g 5s 1937—F&A

48
54

1932—J&D
gold 581934—M&N f

1st refdg gold 4s

59H
47 2*

J&J

F&A

L S coll tr g

Certificates of deposit--

6.50%
6.50%

Gen con

gold 1940

23"
74

952*

Louis—

Ref & ext 5s Feb '62 ser

Mich South—

3Ha 1997
J&D
Lehigh & New England—
1st M gold 5a 1945
J&J
Gen mtge gold 5s 1954
J&J
Eq tr 4Ha 1932-42 (yr)—A&O b
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term Ry—
1st mtge 5s 1954
F&A
Lehigh Valley—
1st 6a ext gold 4s 1948
J&D
Con M 6s ann lrred
.J&D
Con M 4Hsannirred
J&D
Gen cons goid 4s 2003
M&N

73 H

National Rys of Mexico—
Prior lien g 4Hs s f 1957—J&J

50

15

1
& coup)
1930-J&D /

mmmrn

7.50
7.50

76

40

Conatr'n4H« 1955 aer B.M&N
Nasnville Chattanooga & St L—
Eq tr 4Ha

68

M&S If
M&S

mmmm

46 H

57

94

.

1st M 4s 1978 ser A

75

1st 7s '27 ext at 6%

64
•

26"

1963—F&A

1st 5s

Morgantown & Klngwood—
1st mtge 5s 1935
J&J
Morris & Essex 3Hs 2000—J&D
Conatr'n 5s 1955 aer A
M&N

3Hs 1998
F&A
M C coll tr g 3Hs 1998—F&A
Eq tr 7s '32- 35 (year)—A&015
Eq tr 6s *33-'35 (year)__J&J15
NYC L eq 5s 32-'37 (yr)_J&I)
NYC L eq 5s 32-'39 (yr).J&D
NYC L eq 4Hs *32-'37(yr)M&S
NYC Lines eq 4H« Mar 15 1932
to
1939 (year)
M&S16
NYC Line* eq 4H« *33-'35 J&J

Minneapolis & St

'

65

Montour RR

Nash F & S
44

Mil&State Line lst3Hsl941-J&J

49

64H

—

Con g ref

101
51

85

Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S

1st consol

Stmpd accr Int at rate 4.8665
Plain 1961
J&J

s
1st 4H®

,

Mil

(sterling)-J&J

Lake Erie & West 1st 5s '37—J&J
2d gold 5s

mm mm

75"

46

M&S

Lake Shore &

mm

70
6.50

Eq tr 6s 1933-35 (yr)—J&J 15 b
Va 5a 1955—J&J
Kan City Ft Scott & Memphis—
Ref g 4s 1936 guar
A&O
K O Mem & Bir 4s 1934—-M&S
Income 5s Mar 1934
Sept 1

Intatexchrate 4 8665

45

70"

,

Kanawha & W

accr

62 H
98

1st 6s

North

95

J&J

1937

—

lanieslovtu tr<»nk &, Clearfield

1st M 4Ha 1961

5.75

Michigan Central—
Ref & impt 4 Ha 1979 ser O-J&J
1st 5s Kal &S H 1939
M&N
1st mtge M Air L 4s 1940.-J&J
1st g 4s Jol & N Ind_1957J&JlO
1st g 3 Ha J L & Sag 1951-M&S
1st gold 3 Hs 1952
M&N
Middletown & Unionville—
1st M 6« 1933
M&N /
2d M ad) inc 6s 1933
M&N /
Midi RR 4% franc bonds
(Foreign aeries) 1960
J&D
Midland
of
N
J
1st 6s
1910
ext at 5% to 1940
A&O
Midland Valley—5s 1943-—A&O
72 J*
Adj M Apr 1 '53 ser A
Sept /
Milwaukee & Northern—
1st ext 4Hs 1934 (1880)—J&D
96
Cons 6s 1913 ext at 4"*
to 1934 (1884)
J

1st col tr

5%
5%

5.75

International—

Prior lien 4Ha 1947
1st con gold 4s 1977

20H

65

100
5%

74

J&D

4H? 1935

55

1st guar gold 5s 1937
J&J
Mont Wyo & So 5s 1939.— M&S

5.75

J&D
J&D
Manila RR Sou Lines 4s'39_M&N
4s 1939 ext to 1959
Philippine Govt gu
M&N
Sinking fund g 7s 1937—M&N
Manitoba S W Col 5s 1934—J&D
ManitowGB&NW3 Hs'41
J&J
Maryland & Pa 1st g 4s '51-M&S
Memphis Union Station Co—
1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959
M&N
Meridian Term 4s '55 guar_M&N
Mexican

Internat-Great North Ry—
1st M g 6s 1952 series A—J&J

Mont Cent 1st g 6s

652*

52*
9%
9%
9%

60"

M&S

78

89

1st & ref 6s Dec 1935

..

City Sou—1st g 3s 1950 A&O
Ref & impt 5s Apr 1 1950--J&J
Eq tr 6s 1933-35 (year)—J&J15 b
Eq tr 5H» 1932-38 (year) M&S 6
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—
1st M 5s 1978
J&J
Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987
J&J
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR

1st & ref

6
b

Consol gold 3 Ha 2002—— M&S

60

1st & ref 5s Dec 1935

15

1947.-F&A

Mpntgom Div g 5s

612*

Maine Central—

78j

—M&S

86" Monongahela Sou 5s 1955--A&O

61H

9%
69

-

83 2*

J&J

b

b

-M&S
M&S

Moh & Mai 4s 1991

'52 gu J&D
1947—J&J J
Macon Terminal 5s 1965
J&J
Mahon O RR 1st 5s
1934—J&J

63
63

75

96

9%
9%
15

Eq 4Hs *33-'41 O (yr)„J&J16
b
Eq tr 5s 1932-*38 (s-a)
M&S
b
Eq tr 5s 1933- 39 (year)—J&J

722*

Jfc

17
b

J&J

1945

Secured 5s 1938

82

L & N Term 1st g 4s

Indianapolis Union—
Gen & refg 6s 1965 ser A—J&J

Kan

26

Macon Dub & Sav 5a

A&O

Assented

1945—M&S
Ry Joint Monon coll

gold 4s, 1952.

—-J&J
J&J
4s 1950
J&J

Series B

Gen M g 4s

31

132*
6

Small
Small

-

27 H

M&N
Hen 5s 1945--J&J

Mob & Ohio, gen 4s 1938Ref & Impt 4Hs 1977

36

J&J

gold 5s 1946

Mob & Mont 4Ha

Genl mtge 4s 1957
Gen mtge 4Hs 1957

fa

Mob & Birm pr

5%

92

A&O /

1935

4%

5.75
5.75

272*

1938 at

3d 7s ext to July

99 H

33

-

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—

ind 111 &

95

50-year gold 5s 1937
M&N
Unified gold 4s 1940
J&J
1st & ref 5Hs 2003 ser A—A&O
1st & ref 5s 2003 ser B
A&O
1st & ref 4 Ha 2003 ser O—A&O
5s 1941
A-O
b
Eq tr 4Ha 1932-37 (year)_J&D
6
Equip 6Ha 1933-36 (year) M&S
Eq tr 6s 33-'35 (yr)
J&J15 b
A tl K & Cin Di v 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

40-year 42*a Aug 1 1966--F&A
Eq tr 4Hs 1932-1939 K..F&A
Eq tr 4Hs 1932-1940 L—A&O

r.

91H
922*

Guaranteed gold 4s 1945—M&S

Ser B 5s(£100 & £200)'63J&B
Series O 4HS 1963
J&D

Id Blm & W ext 4s 1940

■

85
95

Louisville & Nashville—

Jt 1strefM (IC&OSL&
N O) 5s 1963 ser A
J&D

r

992*

Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge

Ref g 4s 1955 opt 1918- M&N
Pur lines 1st g 32*s 1952—J&J

Gold 6Ha July 1 1936

85

Louisville Henderson & St Louis—

Coll trust gold 4s 1952
A&O
Col tr L N O & T g 4s '53-M&N

Refmtge 5s 1955

65

Lousiana & North Western—
1st M gold 5s

I_.—F&A
Conv g 5H« 1949 aer A„M&N
Secured 5H& 1932 1956—J&D
Equip trust 5s 1933 40(yr)M&S
Eq tr 4Ha '32-'44 F (yrt-M&N
Mo Pac (old)—Gen 4a 1975 M&S
Eq 6Hs 1933-'36 (year)—F&A
Eq tr 6s '33-'35 (year) __J&J 15
1st & ref 5a 1981 ser

84
92 2*

gold 4s 1938
J&D
Debenture gold 5s 1934—J&D
Debenture gold 5s 1937-M&N
6
Equip tr 5s 1932-39 (yr)—A&O
Equiptr6sl932 (yr)
F&A 6
L 1 City & F con 5» 1937
M&N
Louisiana & Arkansas—

27

1978 ser G. ..M&N
1980 ser H—A&O

1st & ref 5s

96 H

(Concluded)

1st & ref 6s

90
65

842*

1st M 5s 1969

J&J

£3^s 1950

J&J

gold 4s 1939 guar

Gen mtge

60

4s '51-J&J
J& T

1st

Mo Pacific RR

MFsc.
83
60

Bid.

Bonda

Ask.

70

Long Dock 6s con g 1935
A&O
Long Island—Unified g 4s 49M&S
Refunding g gu 4s 1949—M&S

Houston & Texas Central—
1st lien g 5s

Bid.

Lehigh & N Y 1st 4a 1945—M&S
&
Lehigh & Wllkes-B Coal—See Ind
Lex & East 1st 5s 1965
A&O
Litchfield & Mad 1st 5s '34-M&N
Little Miami guar 4s 1962--M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry—

98"

95

and lnoome and deiauite* bonds.

where marked *1

Bonds

Ask.

?9

BONDS

RAILROAD
NOTICE.

I In London. n Nominal.

43
43

77
63 H

8.50
8.50
82 H

s Sale Drlce

Miacel.

80

RAILROAD
NOTION

All oond prlMi are "and Interest

-

Bid.

Bonds
N aw York Ontario & Western—
Ref 1st s 4s June 1992
MAS

60

74
68
81
72

M&N
J&D
A&O

87
77
72
93
76

Ik*
11*

do

4s ser D 1945—M&N

do
do

4s ser F 1953
J&D
4s ser G 1957—M&N
4s ser H 1960—F&A

83

32
90

5116
10516

20

9316

Eq tr 4 *6s 1932 (yr)
Eq tr 4Kb 1932 (yr)
Eq tr 4*4s 1933- 35

M&N b

Northeast of S O 6s 1933
Northern Central—

93
4.60
4.60
4.60

9416
9416

"4%

J&J

b
b

83

4%

102

8016
92
43

Northern Pacific—
Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997
Q-J
Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047
Q-F
Ref & Imp 4*4s 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
Eq tr 4Kb 1932 (yr)
F&A15
Eq tr 4*6s 1932'40 (yr)M&S15
No Pac Ter Oo 1st 6s 1933—J&J
No Ry of Oal 5s g gu 1938-.A&0
North Penna ext'd 4s 1936—M&N

83
61

§1*

97

8316
62H
70

11*
69

65

68

6

5

6

5

90
55

100

69

1st M 5s 1977
Norwich & Wor—4*6s 1947-M&S
Ogd & L Oh 1st g gu 4s 1948-J&J
Ohio Connecting 4s 1943—M&S
O Ind & W g 5s Apr 1938—Q-J
Ohio Biv RR—1st g 5s 1936-J&D
Gen gold 5s 1937A&O
Old Colony RB 4s 1938—J&J
1st M 6*4s 1944
F&A
1st M 5s 1945 series B
J&D

20

Northwestern Terminal RR—

27

63

5116
87
80
90

7816
78
85
83

1st m 4*4 s 1950 series O
60
J&J
Ont & Que deb gu 5s
perp.._ J&D I 104
Ore RB & Nay cons 4s 1946. J&D
91
Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1946—J&J
10016
1st cons guar 5s 1946
102
-J&J

1st & ref

107

82

M&S
F&A
J&D
J&D
M&N
5s 1939—A&O

8
84

87
88

85

76
76
76
84
91

10216
40

45

8116
1st & ref 416s 1977 ser A..A&0
Pennsylvania RR—
Con M 4s gold 1943
94
M&M
do
4s gold 1948
92 %
—M&N
do
4s gold 1948 sterling
92
stamped dollar bond
do
4Hs g 1960
F&A
Gen g 416s 1965
80
J&D
Gen g 5s Dec 1 1968
J&D
8816
Gen m 414s 1981 ser D—A&O
7516
15-yr 616s Feb 1 1936
100
F&A
40-yr 6s 1964
—M&N
Con M 316s g £ 1945
J&J I
75
...

-

Con M 4s 1948
Deb 416s 1970

I

Eq tr 5s 1933-38 (yr)

b

Gen equip 5s 1932-39 (yr)

6

6

86

6516
5%
5%
6%
44

f

216

1st g 516s 1974 series A—F&A

M&S

50

98*6

55

42*
39

75
85
90

1

i

A&O
Equip 6s Jan 15 '33-'35.J&J 15

30~"

i

ii
i

50

85

95

IV*
84
86*6
4.50%

7%

1st g 4s Nov 11948
Rich & Peters 436* 1940

M&N
A&O

152""

6%
74*6

96*6

Richmond-Washington Oo—
Coll tr g gu 4s 1943 opt—J&D

91

93

56

85

1st g 4s guar 1940
Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939
1st coll tr 4s 1949 op
R I Ar & La 4*4s 1934

J&J

ff

J&J

68"

75

A&O
M&S

4336
30*6

44%

60

70

Rock Island-Frisco Term Ry—
1st m 4*4s 1957
J&J
Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949—-J&J

8416

2d gold 6s 1996—

31

£F
53

Alton Bridge 1st g 4s '51—J&J
St Johns & L Cham 5s 1944.M&S
St J Gr Isl 1st g 4s 1947—J&J
St Lawr & Adirond 5s 1996--J&J

55

50

83

52*6
53*6

A&O

83

9316

St Louis-San Francisco Ry—r
Prior lien 4s 1950 series A--J&J
Certificates of deposit..
Prior lien 5s 1950 series B
Certificates of deposit

'94
99
89

IF
84

l99*
84

St

85
91
66

1st term & unif 5s 1952
Gen & ref 5s ser A 1990

4.50%
4.50%
4.50%
47
4

7456
85
53
35

Louis Southwestern—
1st g 4s 1989
2d g inc 4s Nov 1989

55
50

...

J&J
Eq tr 536s 1932-1939 (s-a) M&S
Equip tr4J6s 1932-1945—J&J

,

50
63

—M&J
v&D

75

46*6
48

46

5.50
5.50
4.60

4.60

M&S
A&O
_

4.60

M

100*4
76*6

1st con g 5s gu 1937—
M&N
1st ref g 4s 1955 op 1910—J&J

63

.J&J

26

Develop & gen M g 4s '56-A&O
Develop & gen 6s 1956—A&O
Develop & gen 6*6s 1958.A&0
Eq tr 6s '33-'35 (yr).—J&J 16
Eq tr 5s 1932-39 (s-a)
M&S

Eqtr 4*6sOct'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
L & N So Joint g 4s—-See L & N
Mobile & O coll tr 4s '38-M&S
Spartanburg Un Col 4s *95—J&J
SpoK Internat 1st g 5s 1955-J&J
Staten Isl Ry 4*6s 1943
J&D
Stephenv N&STex 5s '40 op. J&J
Suffolk & Car con 5s 1952—J&J
Sun & Lewis 1st g 4s 1936—-J&J
Sunbury Hazleton & W-B—
2d mtge inc 6s 1938 coup.M&N

32*4
33

9%
9%

795%
55
48

28
65
k

65"
43

15

87*6
97

Tamoa So Gulf Coast—

4*4

——A&O
Tampa North 1st 5s 36 op.J&J
Tennessee Central Ry—
1st m 6s 1947 ser A
Term RR Assn (St Louis)—

2

30

A&O
^

95*6
96M

1st gold 4*6s 1939
A&O
1st consol gold 5s 1944—F&A

80
92

15

11*1
10*6

25

1st m 5*6s 1950 guar
-F&A
Texas City Term 6s 1941-J&J26

94

at

11

"8%
8%
8%

50

8*
I 11

38
26

1st consol g 4s 1933..
J&J
1st consol g 6s 1933
J&J
1st cons red to 4*6s g 1933-J&J

s

f g 4s '53 op

67

48

1943—-J&J
Texas & Pac 1st 5s 2000
J&D
2nd Inc g 5s Dec 2000
Mar
Gen & ref 5s 1977 ser B—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1979 ser O—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser D—-J&D
Eq tr 5s 1932-1939
M&N
Eq tr 4*4s 1933-42 (yr)—A&O

70

Texas & N O con 5s

89

48"
48

48

11

Eqtr 4*6* 1933-43 (yr)—F&A

Tex Pao-Mo Pac Term RR—
1st M g 5*6s 1964
M&S
Tol Can Sou & D 1st 4s '56--J&J
Tol & Ohio Cent 1st 5s 1935-J&J

81

75

West Dlv 1st 5s g 1935—A&O

79

62

Gen gold 5s 1935

-J&D
Eq tr 6s 1933-1935 (yr).J&J15

76

8%
8%

38*6

40*6

94*6

95

94*6
80*6

97
96

Toledo Peoria & Western RR—
lstm. 6s 1952
J&J
Toledo St Louis & Western—.
1st gold 4s Apr 1 1950
A&O
Tol Term 1st 4 *4s *57 gu—M&N

45

46

sl%

95

St Paul

2d 6s 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 416s 1977 ser O
J&J

Montana ext 1st 4s 1937.J&D
Pacific Ext 1st 4s £ 1940—J&J
Union Depot—

78

'38Q-J

85
72

95

9216

95"

1st & ref 6s 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—

87

92

1st gold 4s June 1

63 *6

65*6

Consol

102*6
79*6

70

b

6.00
35
41

103*6

„

Eq tr 6s '33-'35 (yr)

Perkiomen 1st 5s *18 ext

J&J 15
to

-.

86
81

Phila Newt & N Y 3s 1942.-A&O
74
Phila & Read C & I—See Ind & M isc.

b Basis.

8%

10016

1st g 5s Oct 1 1940

/ This price Includes accrued interest




A&O

San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950—A&O

h

Dollars

oar

l.OOn-frahc bond,

k.

5.50
5.50
5.50

*10--J&J

42

1st consol g 4s 1968
J&D
St Paul East Gr Tr 4*6" '47—J&J k
St P & K O Sh 4*4* 1941—-F&A
St Paul Minn & Manitoba—

55

47

40-year 4*6s 1968
-M&S
60-year 4*4 s 1981
—M&N
4*6s 1969 with war
M&N
Equip 7s 1932-1935 (yr) J&D
Equip 6s 1932-1939 (yr)—M&N
Equip tr 5s 1932-38 (yr)_-J&D
Eq tr 4*6* 1932-40 (yr)—J&D
Eq tr 4*fs '32-'4r (yr)
J&D
Pacific Fruit Express equip 7s
June 1 1932-1935 (yr)..J&D

Southern Pacific RR Oal—

80

102

_

-

10
90

80

Terre Haute & Peor 5s 1942-M&8
Texarkana & Ft Smith—

St Paul& Duluth—

4816

M&N

45"
40

13*6

M&N
J&J
J&J

1st
4*6s
1977
Oonv g 5s"l934

Gen ref

Eq tr 6s 1933-'34 (yr)—_ J&J 15 ♦
Eq tr 5s 1932-*37(year)
M&S 6
Eq 4*6s 1933-'41 BB (yr).F&A

77

236
1*6
1*4
1*4

12*6
11*6
14*6

J&J

Cons in 4*4s 1978 ser A—M&S
Certificates of deposit stmp.

81

50

8*6

65

1st g 5s 1953

St Louis Iron Mt & Sou—

Riv & Gulf Dlv 4s 1933—M&M
St L Peo & N W 5s 1948
J&J

2

91*4

-JSoS

gu—F&A

City & Pac 3*6* 1936—F&A
Somerset Ry 1st & ref 4s '55-J&J
1st M 4s July 2 1950
-J&J
South Bound RR 1st 5s 1941A&0 f
S & N Ala cons M g 6s 1936-F&A
Gen cons gu g 5s 1963
A&O
So Pac Coast 1st g 4s 1937—J&J
Southern 111 & Mo Bridge Oo—

Southern Railway—
1st consol gold 5s 1994

80
95

Rio Gr June 1st gu 5s 1939—J&D
Rio Gr So 1st g 4s 1940
J&J

1925 ext at

Eq 5s *33-'39 O (yr)
Eq 5s'32-'41 D (yr)

Cons mtge 4 *6s 1940

b

deposit———

4s 1951—F&A
*374&0
^
1 '49 J&D
(Oregon Lines)
A

■

it
l

2

4

So Pacific Branch L 1st 6s

ici lO
i

Reading Company—
73
Jer Cent g 4s '51 op *06--A&O
83
Gen & ref4*6* 1997 ser A.J&J
Gen & ref 434s 1997 ser B—J&J
82*6
5%
Eq 4Hs 1932-'45 (s-a) ..M&N 5
Philadelphia So Beading RR—
90
Imp M ext g 4s 1947..A&O
90
Cons ext gold 4s 1937—M&S
101
Term 5s g gu May 1 '41.Q-F
Rensselaer &
Saratoga—
6% g bds May 1 1941—M&N

3*6

1st M g 4s 1951
South Indiana 1st g

l

60

Consol 4s 1956
F&A
Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1947..J&J
Rarltan River 1st g 5s 1939- -J&J

f
5% secured notes 1931—F&A f
Equip tr 6s (s-a) 1932-37-F&A
Eq tr 5*6s 1932 (s-a)
A&O
Eq tr 6s 1933-1940 (s-a)—J&J
Eq tr 4*4s Janl5'33-40(s-a) J&D
Atlanta-Birmingham Div— ■
1st g 4s May 11933
M&S f
Seab-All Florida Ry—
1st gu 6s 1935 series A—-F&A f
Certificates of deposit.——- 1
1st gu 6s 1935 ser B——F&A f

Southern Pacific Oo—
Coll tr 4s (O P) Aug
i

10

1*6

Sioux

87*6
79*6

76"

6

2*6

2d 6s gold July 1

37*6

75
80
75
80

8
6

f
f

5% to July 1 1945
Shrev Bdg & Ter 5s '55

35
35

J&J

—

Seab & Roanoke 5s ext 1931-J&J
Shamokin Sunbury & Lewisb g—

90

65

«.

11

f

Certificates of

94

1961-J&J

.

.

1st 4168 1980 ser O

35

Rutland con 4*4* 1941
—J&J
St Clair Mad & St Louis Belt—

83

„

„

3

25

90
—

85*6

„

"4"

1

Prov Ter 1st g 4s gu 1956—M&S
Prov & Wore 1st 4s 1947—A&O

86

A&O
A&O

Peoria Ry Ter 4s '37 gu op—J&J
Pere Marquette Ry—
1st g 5s July 1956 Ser A..J&J
1st g 4s July 1956 ser B..J&J

2

Richmond Term 1st 5s 1952—J&J

IV*
78

Gu tr ctfs g 316s 1937
Gu tr ctfs g 316s 1941
Gu tr ctft g 316s 1942
Gu tr ctfs g 316s 1944
■Sec 8416s 1963

.A&O
M&S
A&O
Eq tr 416s 1932-39 (yr)—A&O
Peor & Bast cons 4s 1940.-A&O
2d cons inc 4s 1990
Apr
Peoria & Pekin Union Ry—

5.50%

Rich Fredericksb & Potomac—

12

.

Cons mtge 4s 1939

80

6.25
98

Richmond & Mecklenburg—

8116

Paducah & 111 1st 4*6s 1955. J&J
75"
Paris-Orleans extl 516s 1968 M&S
102
6% franc bonds (foreign series)
red to 1956
39
—.J&D h
Paulista Ry 1st 7s *42serA M&S15
40
Pennsylvania Company—
Gu tr ctfs g 4s 1952
M&N

,

873
863

78%

46

dep unstamped—A&O f

Ctfs of deposit stamped.A&O
Ad] mtge 5s Oct 1 1949—F&A
Ref gold 4s 1959 opt—..A&O
Certificates of deposit
1st & cons 6s 1945 ser A..M&8
Certificates of deposit...._-

IF

Port Reading 1st gu 5s 1941—J&J
Ports Gt F & Con 416b 1937. J&D
Potomac Val 1st gu 5s g 1941 J&J
Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
M&N

103

Oardelet Br 1st 4*6s 1938-A&O

Penn Ohio & Detroit RR—

Portl (Me) Term gu 4s
Guar 5s 1961

l5I"

>

g gu 4s *61 opt—J&J

Pacific Coast Co—See Misc Bonds
Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd—
1st M s f 6*4s 1948
F&A /
Pac of Mo 1st ex g 4s 1938—F&A
2d ext 5s gold 1938
J&J

Pa&NYOanal con
Cons mtge
4%a 1939

IF
It*

Ral & Cape Fear 1st 5s 1943M&S
Ral & Charleston 4s 1956—F&A

92

■

1st gen 4s series A 1948—J&D
1st M 5s 1962 series B
F&A
1st gen 5s 1974 series O—J&D
1st 416s 1977 ser D
J&D

45

78
65

-J&J

„

316s ser E 1949—F&A
J&D
A&O
Gen M 416a 1977 ser O—J&J
Pitts & Lake Erie
Eq tr 6*4s 1932-35 (yr)—A&O b
Pitts McK & Y 2d 6s gu'34-J&J
Pitts Shaw & N—1st g 5s '49 F&A
Gold 4s Feb 1 1952
F&A
6% receivers' ctfs 1927
F&A /
Pittsburgh & Shawmut—
1st s f g 5s 1959
J&D
P S & L E 1st g 5s 1940
A&O
Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943—J&J
Plttsb Term RR & Coal—
1st g guar s f 5s 1942
J&J
Pitts va & Char gu 4s 1943 M&N
Pitts & West Va Ry—
1st m 4168 1958 ser A..
J&D
1st m 4*6* 1959 ser B——A&O
1st M 416s 1960 ser C ...A&O
Pitts Young & Ash—

Ctfs of

_

Gen & ref 5s 1974 ser A
M&S
Gen & ref g 4%a series A..
Nor Maine Seaport 5s 1935-A&0
Nor Ohio 1st gu 5s g 1945—A&O

Oregon-Wash BB & Nav—

do

Gen M 5s 1970 ser A
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B

96

A&O

1st M g 5s 1934
«&O
Sav & States 1st g gu 5s 1953-J&J f
Scioto Val & N E 1st 4s 1989 M&N
Seab Air Line 1st g 4s 1950-A&O f
f
Stamped
—-

88

M&N
F&A

„

M&S

1st g 5a 1942
Sav Fia & W 1st 6s 1934

96

35
65

4*6
2216

103)
93)

23*6
102

88

do

Bid.

Bonds

96

Con g gu 416s ser A 1940-A&O
do
Ser B 1942
.A&O

Ser O 1942
Ser I 1963-

10

N & W Pocahontas 4s '41.J&D

wGen g 3 3-10s 1953

223
J&J
J&D k 993
J&J
100
Pitts Cln Chic & St Louis-

416s ser J 1964.M&N

75

Impt & exten 6s 1934
F&A
N & W By 1st con 4s '90—A&O
Dlv 1st lien & gen g 4s July 1
1944 opt Jan 1 1929
J&J

Ask.

Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix—-

do

it*

J&J

J&J

Bid.

do

50
104
82

Norfolk Ter 1st gu 4s 1961.-M&N
Norfolk & Western

A&O

Bonds

Philippine Railway—
1st j> 4s 1937 a f opt gu
Pine Creek guar 6s 1932
P B & L E con g 5s 1947

do

1st refunding 5s 1937
-J&J
2d mtge 4*4s 1937
F&A
Gen mtge 5s g 1940
F&A
Term l«t g 5s 1943
M&N
N Y Westchester & Bos By—
1st M g 4%a 1946 guar..-.J&J
Nord By s f 6*4" I960
—A&O
Norfolk & Oar 5s 1939
A&O
Norfolk Southern-—
1st & ref g 5s '61 opt '16-.F&A
Norf & South 1st 6s 1941.M&N

gen s 5« 1954 opt

45
92

90
84

N Y Prov & Bos 4s 1942
N Y So Put 1st 4sg 1993--..A&O
N Y Susq So Western—

„

50%

42

Gen M g 4s 1955 red
J&D
N Y Pa So O
p 1 4 Hi 1935-M&S
N Y Phil So Nor—1st g 4s '39 JSoJ

Income 4s Jan 11939
Stock trust ctfs 4s 1948

Ask.

BONDS

except where marked *T' and Ineome and defaulted bonds

99*6

88

TolWalh Valley & Ohio—
1st g gu 4*6s 1933 ser B—J&J
100

1st g gu

4s 1942

ser

O

M&S

78

95"

85"
5.50%
40

IF

97*6
86

Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo—
m

1946—J&D
4*6s 1966 ser A..F&A

63M

85

k Last sale.

I In Loadon.

n

Nominal,

r

Sale price

80
76

NOTICE.—-Ail bond prloea ars

Bonds

and

Bid

Stocks.

1st

§3H

1967
J&J
40-year 4i 1968
J&D
Eq tr 4 %s '32-38 (yr)
M&N
Eq 4%s Sept 15 '32 '39-M&S1.'
Eq tr 6« 1932-'37 (yr)
M&S

85

79 •
4.60

101

Beech Creek (guar N Y O)

80

4.20%

89

90

United N J Rlt & Oanal Oo—
General gold 4a 1944
Gen lat g 3%s Mar 1

M&S
'51-M&S

It*

Utah Fuel—See Ind & Misc.
Utah & Northern—
98

lat 7a '08 ext at 4% to '33-J&J
Utlca Olln & Blng 5a 1939—J&J

83

Yandalla RR—

F&A

Series B 1957

83]

M&N

Ceng 4s 1955 aeries A

83!

Vera Cruz & Pacific RR—

lat gold 4%s 1934 opt

J&J

lat gold 4 Ha 1934 assenting— /
Vermont Vail lat 4%s 1940--A&O

Vlckaburg Bdge & Term Oo—
let M a f 6a 1958
M&S
Vlckaburg Sbreveport & Pacific—
Pr lien 6a '15 ext 5% '40—M&N
Gen 5a May 1 1941
M&N
Virginia Mid gen 5a 1936 —M&N
Va & Southwest 5a 2003
J&J
lat cons g 5s 1958

1%
58

27

28%

60

Virginian Railway—
1st M gold 6a 1962 opt
M&N
1st in 4%s 1962 ser B—M&N
r
Eq tr 4%s 1933-1940(yr)..J&J b
Eq tr 5s 1932-1938 (yr)-—M&N 5
Wabash RR—lat g 5a 1939-M&N
2d gold 5a 1939
F&A
Deb mtge 6a aeries B 1939-J&J t
lat lien term gold 4a 1954. J&J
Ref & gen 5 Ha 1975 A—M&S
Eq tr 6a 1933 35 (year)_J&J16
Eq tr 4Ha 1932-42 (yr)_—A&O
Det & Ohic ext 1st g 5s *41-J&J
Dea M Div lat g 4a 1939--J&J
Toledo & Ohic 4a g 1941—M&S
Omaha Div 1st 3H« g '41 _A&0
* abash Ry—

91
5.00
5.00

60%
46H
25

45""

~7%

&
30

25%

7

12%
9%
11%

Southern
1st preferred
2d preferred...
Columbus & Xenia (guar)

West Shore 1st 4a 2361

58

Conn & Pass Riv

55

b

J&J

Registered
W Va & Pitta 1st 4a g 1990--A&O
Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
lat consol gold 4a 1949---M&S
Ref M 4 Ha series A 1966.M&S
Ref gold 5a series B 1966-M&S
Eq tr 6s Jan 15 1933-35
J&J b
Wheeling Term 4s 1940
F&A
White & Black River Valley—
—

60

9%
73 %
68
67

7&
73

70

55

72

54

65 %

60

8%

7%~

65

J&J
J&J

a

30%

f g 5s 1936--J&J /

Denv & Rio Gr West pref
Denver & Salt Lake
Detroit Hills & S W (guar)
Detroit & Mackinac

82

ft*

8

83

55

63

d

30

33

17%
12%

22

10

16

d

16%

70

"§"

"4%

'

4
8

62

V

62"
31%
35

32
4

>

7%

45

45"

35

%
X

1

45

50

30

36

43

48

6%

7
10

8

3H
45

55

50

Georgia & Florida com

55

5H

5%

Adjustment preferred

115"

*9"
23%
Id 30

3%
4H
106
90

125"

75
16

31*

100

RR)_ -100
Pa RR)_ 50

(guar B & M)—100
Northern Pacific Ry.100
North RR of N J (guar Erie) .100
Northern Securities Co stubs
North Pennsylv (gu P&R)— 50
Norwich & Worcester pref—100
Ogden Mine RR (gu On N J)-100

1

97
78
105
i

North*n N H

& W) 60

100
50
50
Pennsylvania RR
50
Pennroad Oorp v t c
(t)
Peoria & Bureau Val (guar)—100
Peoria & Eastern
100
Pere Marquette Ry com
100

Passaic & Del Ext
Pat era on & Hudson River
Paterson & Ramapo

35
39

i

73
50

85%

115
d
55
46
46

15

14%

6*

100

10

RR)-100

185

Preferred

6%
Prior preferred
100
d 107
Phila Germ & Norrls (guar)-- 50

(gu Pa

29

50

57

50
Pitts Cine Ohic & St Louis—100
Pitts Ft W & Ohic com (gu)—100
Preferred (guar Penn RR)__100
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
50
PIttsb McK & Yough (guar)— 50
Pittsb & West Va common—100
Pitts Youngst & Asht pref—100
Prov & Worcester (guar)
100
Railroad Securities Go—
4% HI Cent stk ctf 1952—1000
Reading Company
50
1st preferred
-—
50
2d preferred.
50
Preferred

118
134
34
42
8

110

8
34
26

26
102

Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar) .100
Rich Fred & Potom—Com—100

Dividend obligations
6% guaranteed

7% guaranteed.
Roch & Genesee Val RR

52%
62%

100
100

100

100

129

100

50

(gu D & H)—100

45

100
pref..—100
100

6

St Louis Bridge 1st
2nd preferred--

Pai

2

100
100

—

50 d

Ala Great Southern com.

50 d

Preferred-

16
27

100
100
55
Alabama & Vlckaburg
100
157
Albany & Surquehanna (guar) 100
1%
Alleghany Corp
(t) d
3%
5%% pref (with $30 warr) — 100
2%
5%% pref (without warr) —100
2%
5 % % pref (with $40 warr) -100

20

100
100

Preferred

71

42%
63%

43
100
130
100
25
Atlanta & West Point
100
15
Atlantic Coast L Co of Conn—60 d
20
Atlantic Coast L RR com
10C
/
80
Atlantic 1st leased lines rent tr.

Atlanta Birm & Coast pref
Atlan & Char Air L (guar)

Augusta & Savannah (guar)..lOf

43

12

30
7
7

4

76

42%

3X

100

5

10C

30

20

20%

8%

20

v

t c.

Preferred v t C——
Illinois Central

17%

100

Huntingd & Broad Top

31

50

Kansas City Southern
Preferred

Spec

guar

2%

2%
3%
10

%

1%
175

55

65

70
8

80

—

—

5(

.100

d

i

50
betterment stk— 5( i




tN< par va'ue.

/ This price includes accrued

interest.

d

64%

25"
50

105
65

25

35

Valley RR (N Y) (guar)

75
86

80

Preferred

61

100
100
100

Vermont & Mass (guar)
Vlcksb Shrevep & Pac com

40"

100
100

8%
19%
65

Preferred A

100

15

Preferred B

100

15 Y

25

Warren N J (guar D L &

68

72

Western Maryland

30

33

...

Ry

W)

*

2%
2%
2%
43

50

com..

107

1st preferred

64%

55""

100

...

Virginian Railway com
Wabash Railway

16

6%
25

100
100

55"
2%
3
4

48

6%
40

5

9

.100

2%

3

100

2d preferred
Western Pacific RR O'TD

A: Last Sale.

13"
40
98

Utica Clinton & Binghamton.100

Preferred

d Price per share, not per cent,

20
50
—

192
75

Prior Hen stock 7%

zEx-divldeud.

20%
8%
10%

65

4%

West Jersey & Sea Sh—Com. 50
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry
100

b Basis,

,

%
1
40

187

Preferred.

rights.

75

Union Pacific—Common
100
Preferred
100
United N J RR & Canal (gu)-100
Utlca Chen & Susq Val (gu)-100

14

10'

43

2%
11
24

—_

60

d

5(
-

"2

33
20

10

Southwestern of Ga (guar)
100
Tennessee Central Ry com_._(t) d
Convertible preferred
L100
Texas & Pacific

100

Preferred.Little Miami original guar

Mob & Ohio stk tr

7%
10%
65
%
%

8%
8%

\--100
ctfs—\. 100

Troy & Gr'bush (gu NYC).. 50
Tunnel RR of St Louis
100

(gu)—10C
10r

Lehigh Valley-

Southern Ry common

15H

10(

l(ji

100
—.100

Southern Pacific Co

31
37

IOC

.

Sharon

15%
33

10C

Lackawanna RR of N J

100

—100
50 d

Preferred

21

Non-cumul 6% pref ser A..100
Leased lines (guar)
100

K O St L & Chic—Pref

If*

50
100

Preferred
Iowa Central
Joliet & Ohic (guar O & A)
Kal Allegan & Gr Rap (gu)

100

Seaboard Air Line common..

Preferred

100

Preferred

Stk tr ctfs—See RR Securs Co
Int & Great North Ry v t c
100
Internat Rys (Cent Am) com. <t)
Com vot trust ctft
(f) d

65
50
140

50

IOC

Hartford & Conn Western
Hudson & Manhattan

1%
3%
3%

85

100

Bay & Western
Mobile & North com

Preferred

65
163

-

100

12 X

Gulf

1
4

Preferred

Allegheny & West (guar.)
Atch Top & Santr. Fe

11%
7X

Green

Alabama Tenn A Nor com

*

Saratoga & Schenectady (gu)

-

52
2

1%

100

-

Preferred

105

100

St Louis Southwestern—.

10%

98

-

6% preferred

60
52

48

-

RAILROAD STOCKS.

66%
65 X
16%

i

Old Colony (gu NYNH&H)—100
I
Ontario & Quebec
---100

St Louis-San Francisco Ry

100

Georgia RR & Bank Co (gu)—100
Georgia Southern & Florida. -100
1st preferred
100
2d preferred
100
Great Northern Ry—Pref
100 d
Ore certificates.
,—(no par) d

90'

100

No Carolina (guar So
Northern Cent (guar

Rutland pref

60

55

100

Preferred

11%

100
100

Rome & Clint

Jack pref (guar) .100

26%
Maine

Norfolk & Western Ry

Pittsburgh Bess & Lake Erie. -

100

Preferred
Ft Wayne &

56
25

100

Phila & Trenton

55"

100
100

7% preferred——
N Y Ontario & Western

12

31

100

20

8

100

31
67

7%
26

Fonda Johns & Glov com.---100

85

5
22

50
—
50
(guar)——100
Y New Haven & Hartf
100

Oswego & Syrac (gu D L
65

50
(guar Pa RR)— 50

—

1?*

60

50
50
Preferred (guar Nor Cent). 50
1st preferred

42

oy\
3X
6%
10%

80

100
100

2d preferred
Erie & Kalamazoo (guar)
Erie & Pitts

84

•

d

25 d
100
(t) d
100
100
100

Erie—Common

Southbound—

N

57

-

—

6%

Preferred

75

East Penna (guar P&R)
Elmira & W'msport (guar)—

80

25
Sup & Dul Div 4s 1936---M&N
Worcester Nash & Roch—See Bo ston &
Yosemite Val

Preferred

Preferred

70

87

lat gold guar 4s 1960
J&J
Wis Cent Ry—1st M g 4a '49 J&J
lat & ref 4s 1959
A&O

8%

«««•"

16%

N Y Lack & West

80

RR preferred
100
Dayton & Mich com (guar)
50 d
Preferred (guar OH&D)— 50 d
Delaware & Bound Br (guar) .100
Delaware & Hudson Co.
100
Delaware Lack & Western— 50 d

Duluth South Shore & Atl

60

Winston-Salem

100
100

Preferred

87

F&A

Wil & Wei gen g 5s 1935
Gen mtge g 4s 1935

2%
2%
3%

—

i*

100

Louis com

6% preferred
N Y & Harlem com (gu)

,

75
50

d

100

Delaware

Wllm

1947

100
—100
50

Cripple Creek Central.

34

20 H
80

Newb 4s

50

Consol RRs of Cuba pref

1st 5s 1980
J&J
Wichita Union Terminal Ry—
1st g gu 4Hs 1941 opt—M&N
Wilkes & E 1st g 5s 1942—J&D
WU1& S F 1st 5s g 1938
J&D
&

88

i!5"

90~

Cuba

M&i;

Eq tr 5Ha 1932-38 (yr)—J&D

50

pre?

57%

33 %

6%

100

Colorado &

86%

N Y Chic & St

23

40

3%

100

Cleve & Pitts (guar Pa RR) _ Betterm't stk (guar Pa RR)

81

100
100
100
New York Central RR——-100
Dividend payable in London._

'—

1%

100

preferred

•

13
3

North
New Orl Texas & Mexico

70
15

14%
22%
78
1%
1%
3%
8

100
Cine New Orl & Texas Pacific. 100
Preferred
100

Oleve Cine Chicago & St L
Preferred

100

2d

1 32

53

Preferred

91

94

lat M 5a 1946 series A

:

8%
6%

35

47

New Orleans Great

100

60
100
100

44

New London Northern

38

100
100

Cine Sandusky & Oleve pref
Cin Union Term 5% pref

92

Gen mt«e gold 4s 1943
A&O
Western Pacific RR Oorp—

52
38

32
29

6%
10

66

32

d

100

Norfolk Southern

Chicago St Paul Minn & O

28

com—.(no par)

32

6

7% preferred
6% preferred

33

64

1st & ref 5%a 1977

45
50

2%

80%
88 %

ser A-J&J
West N Y & Penna 5s 1937._J& J

„

13%

Id 65

1

32

A&O

20
43

d

2

65

J&J

gold 4a 1936—

d

(t)
.—100

Preferred

5

d

Preferred

100

60

Oona 3H«g aeries B 1936--J&J

Conaol

d

900"

700"
d

100

4% leased line ctfs
Mississippi Central——
Mo-Kan-Tex RR

Ohic Milw St P & Pacific...

"5"

100
Missouri Pacific com
100
123
Preferred
100
Mobile & Birm pref (guar)
100
25
Mobile & Ohio—8ee Southern Ry
47
Morris & Essex (guar)
50
13% Nashv Ohatt & St Louis.—__ 100
70
Nashv & Decatur (gu L & N). 25
50
National Rys of Mex 1st pref-100

"%

425

mmmm

24%

—-

Chicago & North Western—100
Preferred
100
Ohic R I & Pacific common—100

70
40

West Jersey & Sea Shore—

West Maryland 4s 1952

20
"i

d

21%

350

A

U

100

Preferred-

35

100

40

Washington Oo Ry lat g guar
3H» Jan 1954 op 1924
J&J
Wash Term Oo—3H» 1945—F&A
1st gold 4a 1945 guar
F&A
Washington & Vandemere—
1st 4H» 1947
F&A

15

125"

100

Ohic Ind & Louis v common
Preferred

d

Minneapolis & St Louis.——-100
Minneapolis St P & S S M—100

25
20

15

100

Common

51

7

Ref & gen 5s 1980 ser D__A&O
Warren 1st refg 3Ha 2000—F&A
Wash Cent 4a Mar 1948
Q-M

SH
80
80

100

Michigan Central

50
Preferred
50
Minehill & Schuyl Hav (gu)— 50

3

75

25%

50

M S)

Midland Valley com—

14%
13%
20%

36

Preferred

14

12

100

Preferred

(guar L S &

50

Aik

32
60

Maine Central

10

■

8

Ref & gen 5a 1976 ser B—F&A
Ref & gen 4%s 1978 ser O. A&O

49

22

23%

Ohic & East Illinois common. 100
Preferred

98

20%

100

Chicago Great West com

(guar)—100
pref-—100
Nashville
-—190

d

100
100
Maryland & Pennsylvania—-.100
Massawippi Valley Ry
100

59%

12

Chicago Burl & Qulncy

4.50%
4.50%
62%

Mahoning Coal RR—

8H
10%
14%

93%

69 J49

Louisville &

31

Pref

86

64

30

A&O

81

95

pref (guar P & R)
60
d
Cayuga & Susq (gu D L & W)_ 30
Central of New Jersey
100
Chesapeake Corp..
(t) d
Chesapeake & Ohio common
25 d

95

24

57 H

d

Common stamped 5%
100
Oatawissa RR—1st pref (guar). 50 d
d
2d

63

Ooal(gu) 50

Lit Schuyl Nav RR &
Louis & Mo Riv pref
Louisv Hend & St L

75
29

50

Bid.

Par

Stocks.

J- •

21%

d

Belgian Nat Rys Oo
American shares partlc pref—
Boston & Alb (guar N Y U)— 100
Boston & Maine com (stpd) —100
1st preferred A unstamped. 100
1st preferred B unstamped-100
1st preferred O unstamped-100
1st preferred D unstamped-100
1st preferred E unstamped-100
Prior pref.
1st preferred A stamped..—
1st preferred B stamped——
1st preferred C stamped——
1st preferred D stamped
1st preferred E stamped
Preferred stamped
Bost & Prov (guar Old Col)—100
Boston Rev Beach & Lynn-—100
Brunswick Ter & Ry Sec Oo
(tj
Camden & Burl Oo (guar)
26
Canada Southern
100
Canadian Pacific
25
Preferred..
100
Oaro Olinchfield & O com 4%-100

4.20%
4.20%
4.20%

.

13

15*

100 d

Preferred

85

4.60

n&O

Preferred—

Bangor Aroostook com

4.60
4.60

Eq tr 7a 1932- 35 (yr)
J&D
Union Terminal Oo (Dallas)—
5a 1942 opt 1922

96%

100
84

& ref 5a June 2 2008--M&S

♦O-year 4%s

let g

100
100
50

Bait & Ohio—Common

90%

l«t ry & land gr 4u g 1947--J&J
1st & rof 4a June 2008
M&S

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

Stocks.

Union Pacific—

"t" and income and defaulted bonds.

except where marked

"and interest'

Ask.

81

STOCKS

BONDS AND

RAILROAD

6%.

/ In London,

—

n

100
-.100

Nominal,

5

fi

"6%
1

s Sale price,

45"
30

y Ex-

Investment Trust Stocks and Bonds
and

Aldred Invest Tr 4X* Dec 1967--

Equity Investors Corp......
Stamped—

4Ha 1908
_
All Amer Gen Corp
_
-.20
allied Int In vesting Oorp com. f+>

...

Preferred
Elec Shareholdings Corp com.(t)
Jttconv pref with warr
(t>

S3 convertible preferred
(t)
8tk Trust Shares
Amer Bankstocks Corp
(t)|
American British A ContinentalAm Bank

Common

Equitable Inv
Preferred
Units

IX

fb preferred
>ebg5s 1953

7

--lt)|
FAA

8
62

61

Amer. Capital Oorp A

(t) »
Class B
—
(t)|
S3 preferred
-ft)
American A Continental Corp...
5s 1943
Amer. Oomposit Trust Shares—
Amer Elec Sec partic pfnew
—20|
American European Secur
(t)

2
2
1x
8X

-

-

Coll tr s f 5s 1958 ser A
Amer Pounders

3X

Fourth Nat'l Investors

3X
9

2 X
3%

i

18

I40ths

170th«
Amer A Gen Sec com class
Common class B.

6%

A_(j

preferred

Amer lnsuranstocks

Amer Investors Inc

B

Warrants

X

%

Atlantic & Pac Int
Preferred w w

X

com w

tM

w..(t)

...

S3 preferred A

d

Warrants

d

...

Bancamerica-Blair Corp

10

7% preferred
...10
Bankinstocks Holding
Oorp—(T
Bankstocks Oorp of Md cl
A._(t

Capital Administration

cl

Class B

-

1

0% cum pref ser A
50
6s series A 1953 with warrants.
Without warrants
Cent Nat Oorp class A
Class B

3
2
.70

3X

11X

(+)

Oorp
5
Convcum 6K% pref
100
Chartered Investors
(t
$5 cum preferred
—(t.
Chelsea Exchange
Oorp cl A

26

79 X

h

--

10

100

Deposited Bank Shares ser NY.
Deposited Insur Shs ser A
Deposited Bank Shs N Y A—Diversified Trustee Shares A—

...

Dividend Shares
Eastern Utilities Investing
Oorp—
......

Deb 5s 1954 with

——

62 X
62 X
9

43

65

85

77

85

2

26"
3X

—

—

3

:-r

MAS 15

21X

Northern

IX

8

....




4%

63
y

i%
1.70
1.78

1.78
38

100

Old Colony Invest Trust
com.(t)

'I

8X
35c.

3%

-

Securities

d Price per share, not per cent,

5X
2.50

15c.

1953.

3%
1.13

Overseas Securities

Ex-dividend.

3X

2.'

B common

i

3

m

—

North American Trust shares—

2.35

%

Ex-coupon.

27X
4X

Investors

Tri-Contineutal

Trusteed NYC Bank shares
Trustee Stand Invest ser O
Class D

—

...

Trustee Standard Oil shares A
Scjrios B
::s
•>
Trustee Standard Util Shs
Trust Fund Share
Trust Shares of America
Twentieth Century Fixed Tr
Series B
Two-Year Trust shares
United Fixed Shares ser Y
United Founders common

..

3X

...

't)

IX

1-70th
United Bank Trust

2X

65"
6

1.95
1.95
42

3X

50
50-

Oil Shares units
Old Colony Trust Associates—
1st serial trust shares
f+)

c

15X

100

Niagara Share Oorp (Md)...._- .5
Conv deb 5 Xa 1950
MAN

3X
to—

3X
1.05

'2X

.............

ft*
Corp..
.ft
6% cum pref—
_.—1CK
Warrants...
...........
Trusteed Amer. Bank shares.....
Third National

Series A

2.01
2.12

2*56

Voting trust ctfs...
New Jersey Bankers Securities.
N Y Bank Trust Shares

,

'

Ya
25r&

2%
IX
,13 M

National Re-investing Oorp— (t)
National Trust Shares
Nationwide Sec Co tr ctf B_—

71

2%
2X

2.06

Debenture 4^s Feb 1 1947
Debenture 41^8 Dec 15 1952—

t No par value.

Class C

3

ft)

1.70

.

Class D

(t)

--

(t)

Class BB

8

--

B

Class B.

~SW arrants

81
9

7

68
2.70
2.85

(t)
iti

-

85

O

Preferred

Class B-.
State St Investment Oorp

$1.20 preferred
(T)
$3 cum conv 1st pf
50
Super Oorp of Amer class A
Class AA...................

85

B 1948 with warr..

Nat Industries Shares
National Investors

65
11

(t)

warr

40

Series B—-

1 85

-

JAD

41X

A.-ft)
Oorp com.(t)

$5.50 preferred
_(t)
Deb 5s Mar 1 1937 with warr_.
Ex-warrants...—...
Deb 5Xa 1939
FAA 15
Standard Oil Trust shares A

Common

80

1.62

Common A

15

3X

Series

Standard Coll Trust shares

Sterling Sec com A

15

77X

Accumulative series

B shares
O shares
D shares

ioH

Without warrants—

l"85

8% preferred
Orum A Forster Tnsursh B
7% cum preferred—
Cumulative Trust Shares

X
1:

10

100

Low-Priced Shares
Major Shares Corp
(T)
Massachusetts Investors
(t)
Metal A Mining Shares com --it)
Mohawk Investing Corp....
Mutual Investment Trust
Mutual Management com
(t)

11

......

Leaders of Industry—Series A—

1.75
1.62

-

2

5%

-100

45"

£1
-ft)

...

"X

10

2X
IX

AA

10

114
5X

(T)

39%

100
100
shares old series.

2

% Investors Trustee Shares-

X

ser

ft)

(t)

Standard Holding Oorp cl

§2^
83

Deb 5s

3X
18

Standard Amer, Trust shares....

Standard Investing

FAAi k

Investors Equity common
Debenture 5s series A 1947

(+)

Credit Alliance class A
5Hs 1938
Orum & Forster Inc com

11X

IX
IX

Convertible preferred

Corporate Trust

1.70

40"

com_.(t)
100

Preferred
Debenture 5s May 1 1942
Without warrants

Continental Shares

(t)

13 X
2.00
13 X

SIX

55
1

2X
17X

t>
—

12X

77

"2X

4X

44

44

(t)

3X
3X

~ix

4.20
6X

3X

1942

Common A
Common B

2X
3Vs

50

3.70
6X

5s.
....1952
Shenandoah Corp common.-.(t)
Convertible preferred
50
Southern Bond A Share-r-

Spanish A Gen Oorp Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg
Spencer Trask Fund Inc
Standard All Amer Corp

Secured
Secured
Secured
Secured

24"

(t)
(t)

4XB

Internat Securities Tr of Amer

21"

%

(t)

Shawmut Bank Inv Trust

gold 6s 1933
80
gold 0s 1943
21
gold 5s 1933
3
gold 5s 1943—
16 XI Investment Co of Am com —(t)
7% preferred
—100

75

Class B_

Consolidated Equities, Inc
Continental Secur Oorp

Preferred B

IX

22

75X

3

ft)

$5.50 prior stock

5
43

1.89

5

Selected Management Trustee sh.

1*
1H

5X

31"
2X

Shawmut Association

.X

41

V

1.81

Selected American shares

5%

...

IX

.

$3 preferred allot ctfs..

5X% preferred.
0% preferred—
Debenture 5s 1947

7

X

Corp General com .G)
preferred..^(t)
.,(+)

$3 preferred

"X

Insurance Securities Co
Int Sec Corp of Am com A

.95

30
5

Selected Income Shares
Selected Industries com

6

Deb g 6s 1940 B with war__JAJ ,J
Insuranshares Go. of Delaware.. 1
Insuranshares (Del) certificates (t)

3

(t )

......—...—.

X
5X

Deb g 5s Jan 1949

io "

6

IX

X
16

Selective Cumulative Shares

$6 pref 2d ser with warr
(t)
15.50 pr pref without warr_.(t),,

9

"5"

17 first

21""

(t)

60

Indus A Power Securities Co. .ft)
Tnsull Utility Invest com
(t)

IX

17

100

1956

2

14
,

X
714

10X

(t >

A—(t)
(t)

Century Trust Shares
Chain & Gen'l
Equities Inc
6X% Pref
Chain Store Invest

Independence Trust Shares

2X
18
6.69

hares...

6% preferred

Preferred

H

(t)
10

2V

B...—————10

Bansicilla Oorp
Basic Industry Shares
British Tvpe Investors
clA
Bullock Fund

Hydro Elec Sec com
5% preferred class B

5X

.........(t)

Second Nat Inv Corp unit ctfs(f)
Common.
.......... (f)i
Securities

II*

41

Illuminating Shares class A
Incorporated Investors

34 V2

2

-

Bankers Nat Investing com A
Bankers 8ec Corp of Am

3

30

17

2X

18X
3X
3
64

f+>

~7
32

2H

(t)

-

d

—

Second Int Sec Oorp A com.-it)
Class B common
(t)

(t)
(t)

Gude Winmlll Oorp
Huron Holding Corp

17'

14
14

50

Atlantic Securities preferred
Atlas Utilities common

x

$3 preferred.

Royalties Management A
Seaboard Utilities Shares

iiH

$6 units
—i
(t
$3 units
............—("
$7 preferred
('
Debenture 5s series A 1948..

1

20

(t)

A

~6X

w—it)

Convertible preferred
Preferred ww
Guardian Investors com

n

(t)

-

Class

m

,

$3 cum preferred
Associated 8Land. Oil 8ha

Units.

2X

.....—

--(t)

40

IX

(t)

Amer & Overseas pref
Amer. Util. A Gen^ Corp A
Class B ▼ t o

1

X
30

■<t>
(t)

Oorp
com

7

2.40

Representative Trust

German Credit A Invest.
Pref. allot, ctf. 25% 1st pref—
Greenway Corp com
10
Preferred
50
Guardian Investment Trust—(f)

... .

12 J
ser

2.70

General American Shares class A
Gen'l Realty & Utlitles com
1
$0 pref with warr
(t)

Convertible preferred

Preferred
Public Service Tr she

.....

Preferred (with warrants) ..100
Deb 5s Feb 1 1952 without warr

ilH

13

6% preferred....—..—---5t
7% preferred
5(

w

Pacific Investing Oorp 1st p.. 100
Deb 58 1 948 without warr.-JA.I1
Petroleum and Trad'
~
~
rad'g Corp A.ft)
Phoenix Sec Corp

Reliance Internet Oorp com A(+>
Preferred
........... (f)

Fundamental Trust shares A
Class B
(t)
General American Investors—(t)

80

Oorp common.(t)

2.15

(t)
(i)

Series B

75

JAJ

-—

Fixed Trust Shares series A

64 X

5X
46 X

and defaulted bonds.

Public Utility Holding com w w(f)
Common without warrants, ft)

Equity Trust Sharee A
Federated Capital Corp pref—25
Financial Investing N Y
10
First Invest Co of N H pref Aft)
Five Year Fixed Trust shares
Fixed Trust Oil Shares....

X

.

3X
44

(t)

common.....—

income

3X

-

9

5X
11

United Insurance Trust.....
USA British Internal class A.(t)
Class B
(Xv

Preferred
Deb g 5s 1948

...

-(

MAN

U S Elec Light A Pow tr ctf A..
Trust ctfs ser B

Voting trust ctfs
U S Elec Pow Oorp com w war(t)
Warrants
USA Foreign Securities com_(t

$6 1st preferred
USA Internat Sec

(t
.—ft

Utility Equities Corp com

(t)

24

1st pref with warrants
__/x
United N Y Bank Shares C 3...
United Insurance Tr Stocks F
U S Shares H
United Common Tr Shs A 2
Universal Trust Shares
Utilities Hydro A Rails Shares (
*5 50

I*

priority stock

Utility A Industrial Corp
Convertible preferred

■

k Last sale,

•

n

Nominal,

s Sale price

t New stock,

p

Ex- tock dividend.

Public Utilities
(Include* street and electric railway*. gas.

NOTICE,—All bond priou or*

Bonds

(Italy)A&O

9134

1st & ref 5s 1968

..

1st M 5s 1957

ser

64

J&J

A

]

634

Logan

Val

Oon g 4H* 1933 gu
Amer Commonwealths

A&O
Elec Ry
F&A 16 /

105
40

15

77

.

30

24

Power

Deb g 6s 1952 ser A
Deb g 5H* 1953
Oonv deb 6s

734

10

-

Alton Water 5s 1958

S

36

Alton & St L Bridge 7s 1947 M&N
Deb 7a
1942
Altoona &

-

10434

A&O

534s 1954

F&A
M&N

1

;S

is

M&8 /

1940

134

2

J&J /

8
29H

Amer Elec Pow deb 6s *57 M&S 16

Foreign Power Oo—
5s 2030
M&8

Deb g
Amer G & E deb 5s 2028...M&N
Amer Gas & Power Oo—
Sec deb 5s 1953

M&N
J&D

Secured deb 6s 1939
American

Natural Gas

31"

31
-

8334

1 IK

2834

29

31

Oorp—

Deb 634* 1942 with war—A&O /
Am Pow & L deb 6i 2016—-M&S
Amer States Public Serv—
1st 1 634s 1948 ser A

M&N

Deb 6s 1938

J&D

2H
6234

62 H

60
45

8*

irmlngham Gas 1st 5s '59 -M&N
4H% nooes Oct 1 1932
irmlngham Water Works Oo—
1st m 5H» 1954 ser A
A&O
1st m 5s 1951 ser B
J&D
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser

Amer

Telep & Teleg—
Oonv g 4s *36 conv aft '09-M&S
Ooll trust 5s 1946
Deb sf 5s 1960

J&D

—J&J

Deb 634s Nov 1 1943—M&N
Oonv deb 4He 1939
J&J

35-yr deb 5s 1965--American Utilities Oo—

—F&A

1st lien & ref 6s 1945
Deb 634* 1941
Amer W W & El 5s 1934
Deb 6s 1975 Ser A

J&D
M&N
A&O
M&N
J&D

Deb 6s 1975 ser B

101
10434
103
1(1634

102
105 34

106

10634
10234

10234

J&D

107

24

28

22

27

92 H
69
55

Annap & Chesapeake Bay Pow—
1st 6s 1948

10334

102

9334

m.
10334

Ana & Pot K RR—See W Ry&El.

Androscoggin Elec 1st 5s '34 A&O
Androscoggin Water Power—
F&A

94

91
52

1st 6s 1945

55

Appalachian Elec Power—
M&N

1st & ref 5s 1956

90 34
103 H

90

Appalachian Power 5s 1941 J&D
7% gold bonds 1936
F&A
Deb gold 6s 2024J&J
Appalachian Gas Oorp—
Oonv deb 6a 1945 ser A
M&S
Oonv deb 6s 1945 ser B
M&S
Ardmore St Ry—See Phila Oo.
Arizona Edison 1st 5s 1948
J&J

103

41

45

Arizona Pow 6s '33 opt '13.M&N
1st 1 & unif 6s 1917 ser A. M&N

87
49

52"

Ark & Mo Pow 1st 6i 1953.-J&J

49

52

Deb 634" 1935

M&N

Arkansas P & L 1st 5s 1956-A&0
Arkansas Western Gas Oo-—

„

10134
75

76*"

634
634

26

28

86 H

J&J

22

25

87

89

1st M gold 5s 1939
Ashtabula Water 5a '56
Assoc Elect 434* 1953

J&J

88

A&O
J&J

76

M&N
'38--M&S
Boston Con Ga* deb 5s '47 —F&A
>ston Elev Ry 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 5s 1932
M&N
5s May 1936
-—M&N
5s March 1944
M&S
7s Sept 1947
...M&S
Brandenburg (Germany) El Pr—
Extl 1st s f 6s 1953
M&N
Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952--J&J

J&J

45
28

29

5s Jan 11961

Brooklyn Borough Gas Oo—
1st m 5s Mar 6 1938
M&S

F&A
Bklyn Oity & New RR—See O 1
Gen & ref 5s 1967

Oonv deb 4 34s '48 with

warM&S

i

Without warrants
Oonv deb

J&J 15

434s 1949

Cons ref deb 5s 1968

A&O
F&A

Oonv deb 5s 1950
Conv 5 Ha 1938
Associated Pub Utilities

M&N
Oorp—

1st lien 5s 1947 ser A
J&J
Associated Telep Oo Ltd—
1st M 5s 1965.
M&S
Assoc Telep Util deb 5s 1942A&0
Oonv deb 6s 1941

Oonv deb 5Hs 1944 ser

M&S
O.M&N

2334
2434
27

2434

DO

83
5034

51

5034
4854

5034
50 34

Oent

.

48 34

4734

75

76

48

5634

50

55

1st & ref 4Hs 1981 ser H..

6s series I 1957

1st & ref 6s 1947

85

1936

Buff Gen Elec 1st 5s

1939--F&A

1st ref 5s April 1 1939
Gen & ref 5s 1956 ser

25

Gen & ref

J&J

9934
100

A.-F&A

F&A

434s 1981

36

1st

;I

50

45

104"|

89
85

86

1st gold 5s 1942
F&A
Buffalo Ry—See Internat Ry

20

22

2634
2034

28*
43

....

Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 1955-J&J
Butler Water 5s 1957 A
A&O
Butte El & P 1st s f 5s 1951-J&D
Oallfornla Electric Generatfng1st s f g 5s '48 op aft '12--M&8
Oalgary Power 1st 5s I960--A&O
Oallfornla Gas & Elec

90

Gen & col tr

s

Oorp—

f g 5s

19$3-M&S

Unif & ref g 6s '37 op s f—M&N
——

1st & ref 5 H> 1955 series
Deb gold 5Hs 1942

73"

J&J
O F&A
A&O

92 34

■

m —

•

8534

4434

47

55

58

65

634
634

warF&A

J&J

38

M&815

40

5s 1948

Deb 5Hs 1954 with war
States Pow & Lt

Oorp—

3934

1953-J&J

15

Central Traction—See Phila Co

Oent Vermont Public Serv Oorp—
1st & ref 6s 1959 ser A
A&O

90

Oentral West Public Service Co—
1st 1 coll 534» 1956 ser A
Series B
...

Series

101

25
25
25

M&N J
/
/

...

O

Charleston Cons Ry Gas & El
Oonsol gold 5s 1999
M&S

101
100 3a

mmmm

:KR.

'

6534

65

77
67
50 34
108
l

11234
,

78
69

51

10834
11334
10434

lOlH

10134

!

10534

10334

105

103

10134

104
102

102

105

9434
76

80

9534

9634

100

79

89

Chattanooga Ry & Light—
f
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op *16--M&N
Ohatt Rys 1st cons 5s '56-M&N
Ohes & Pot Tel of Va 5s '43-M&N

82
79

103

Ohester Water Service Oo—

1st 4H* 1958 series A
Ohic Aurora & Elgin RR—
1st & ref 6s 1951

80

M&S
J&J /

7

Chicago City & Oonnec ing Ry
0011 tr s f g 5s Jan 1 1 27-A&0
Certificates of deposit
Chicago Oity Ry 1st 5s '27-F&A jf
/
Certificates of deposit
Ohlc Dipt Elec Generating—
1st M 434b 1970
M&S
I
Deb 5Hs 1935
—A&O

40
39

9
9

79

80

Ohlc North Shore & Milw RR—
I

1st mtge gold 5s 1936
1st & ref 6s 1955 ser A

J&J
J&J

A&6

1st & ref 5H* 1956—

n*
'f

6% notes 1932
A&O
Chicago Railways Oo—
1st M gold 5s 1927 opt.F&A /
/
Ctfs of deposit
•

'27--A&O /
]
Certificates of deposit
Series B Feb 1927
J&D

4334
43 34
934
934

Oons M 5s ser A Feb

Pur

4

i

4

Certificates of deposit—
4-5s Feb *27 oDt-J&J

1

6

mon

6

Certificates of

deposit
AdJ lnc 4s Feb 1927 opt
May
Certificates of deposit
Chicago Rapid Transit Oo—
1st & ref 6H» 1944J&J f
1st & ref 6s 1953 ser A
J&J
Adjust deb 6s July 1963—
Certificate of deposit
Ohlppewa Power 6s 1947—J&D
Chris & 10th Sts RR—See NYRys

2
2

10

p

10134
104

100

102

94

96

73

76

91

95

86

1st M rehab g 5s '27 op '12F&A
Certificates of deposit

Oonv deb

1st M & 1st Hen 5Hs

'm

71,

Oentral States Utilities Corp—
10 yr sec 6s 1938
J&J

53

96
84

65
k

Corp—

Ooov deb 5Hs *49 with
Without warrants

Oent

52

95
87
97

|i Oentral

82

A&O

i5o"

Oent Pub Serv

"Hi

Oalumet Gas & Elec Oo—
1st & ref 5H« I960 ser B—J&J
Oalumet & South Chicago Ry—

Oaltf Water Service 5s 1958
....

6034
102
99

Oentral Ry—See Un Ry&El (Bait)
States Elec Corp—

87

90

California-Oregon Power—
1st & ref 6s 1942 ser B

& gen

Oent Pow 1st 58, 1957, ser D J&J
Oent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1956—F&A

tmmi

80
85
100

77

65

J&J

A

ser

Cent Ohio L & P 1st 5s 1950 A&O

mmmm

Buff & Nlag Falls El L & Power—

85

86

.

M&N
J&J
5s 1955 ser D
J&J
4 Hs 1957 ser E. J&D
5Hs 1961 ser F._J&D

1st & gen
1st & gen

108
103

105

65

—

F&A

-

Oent MainePr 5s '39 op '19
1st & gen 6s 1942 ser B

102

60

Oonv deb 5Hs
Deb 5s 1950

6534
71

Ref mtge 5s 1957
M&S
Central Indiana Power Co—
|

93

Brownsville Ave—See Phila Co.

76

M&N

E

ser

Oent Indiana Gas—

86

104
158

73 34
10234

F&A

1951

1st mtge 4H» 1967 ser F..J&D
1st & ref 5s 1968 ser G—-M&N

30

M&N
J&J
-J&D

ref 5s

1st & ref 5s 1956

9234

50

1st lien & ref 5s ser B 1957

2934
10434

Ills Elec & Gas Oo—

1st &

100

bk

*8*

42 H

Oent 111 Light 1st & ref 5s '43A&0
Oentral Illinois Public Service—

8534

Bklyn Un Gaslst cons5sg'45M&N
1st Hen & ref 6s '47 ser A M&N

10434

3-yr 5H% notes 1933
F&A
Oent Hud Gas & Elec Oorp—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1957
_M&S

40

Transit Oorp
-J&J
Queen* Oo & Sub
1st ra g 5s 1941 (stpd)
J&J
1st con 5s July '41(stD)—M&N
Hklyn Un Elev 5* 1950--.F&A
Kings Co El 1st. 4s 1949
F& *
Nassau Elec 1st g 4s 1951-J&J

Bklyn-Manhatlan
s f 6s 1968 ser A
Brooklyn

66

First lien coll trust 6s '46-M&S
First Hen coll tr 5H» '46--J&D

8534'

-

.

90

Oorp—

Oentral Gas & Electric Oo—

106 H
105 M

5s ser E 1952

97

,

99

&

64 H
k

1st 1 & coll tr 5s 1948 se A F&A
Oent Orosst'n RR—See N Y Rys.
Cent Diet Telep 1st 5s '43--J&D

10534,

m

33

38
2-yr 6% notes 1933
A&O
Telep & Teleg Oo—
Deb 5Hs 1955 ser A
M&N k 3034
Uchlson Ry, Light & Power—
1st 5s Nov 1935
M&N
86
Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
1st & ref s f g 5s '50 opt '15 J&J
90
Atl Oons St RR—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947
95 H
J&D
4H% notes Mar 15 1933.M&S
Atlanta Nor Ry—See Ga Ry & El
98
Atlanta Wat. El & Pr 5s 1943 J&J
Atlantic Ave RR—See Bkn R T.
Atlantic City El 5s 1938
10034
M&S
99
1st & ref 5 H* 1954
M&N
95
1st & ref 5s 1956
A&O
Atlantic Oity (N J) Gas—
93
1st g 5s Jan 1 I960 opt '20- J&J
79
Atlantic Oo Wat 5s '58—AM&S
Bait & Ann S L—See Md El Ry
B Sp Pt & Ohes—See Un Ry & El
Bait Traction—See Un Ry & El
103
Bangor Hydro Elec 534« '49-M&R
100
1st lien & ref 5s 1955
M&S
88
434s 1960
J&D
9734
Bangor Ry & El 1st 5s '35—J&J

89

3834

41

38

41

82

90

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—

1st M 4s 1968 series A

A&O

Cln Newport & Oov L & T—
1st ref 6s 1947 series A
J&J
Cincinnati Street

95

9534
9434

Ry—

5H" 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. 1958A&O
Deb g 5s 1963-——M&N
Deb 5s 1969
M&8
Oonv deb 5s 1950
J&D
1st m

5634
60

4134
36
36
36

4134

Cities Service Gas Co—
1st M

106

pipe line 5 Hs 1942.M&N

Cities Service Gas Pipe
1st M 6s 1943

102

-

91

Line Oo—
J&J

52

6134

Cities Service Power & Light—

100

/ This price Includes accrued lnteres-,




10634
10634

105341

29

Associated

b Basis.

Cent Ark Pub Serv

107
107 H

J&J

Gen

Rap Mfg & P 5s '53.-J&J

49 H

Oentral Arizona Light & Pow Oo
1st mtge 6s 1960
J&D

Bklyn Oity RR 1st 5s 1941—J&J
Brooklyn Edison Oo—
Gen m 5s ser A 1949
J&J

27"

1

Cedar

■

A—M&S

10-yrs f 6H» 1934
M&N
Bway & 7th AveRR—See NY Rys
Bway Surface RR—See N Y Ry«
Bronx G & E 5s 1960
J&J

90

Oonv deb 6s 1999

100

British Ool Tel 5s 1960
Broad River Power Oo—

46 H

Associated Gas & Elec Oo—
Oonv deb 5 H» 1977—
F&A

10034
10034
10034

—

42

warr

42

100
100

99

10034

Oapital Traction (Wash, D O)—
1st g 5s June 1 1947
J&D
Oarbondale Ry 5s Nov 1933. J&J
Carolina P & List 5s 1956--A&O

89

1st & ref 5s 1940

1st & ref 5s 1954 Ser

24

M&S

1951

634s

Oanton-Akron Oon Ry 5s '33 J&J
Oanton Elec Oo 5s 1937..
M&N

55

oomlngton Dec & Champagne
Blue Lakes Wat ist 6s

80

41

1st 7s 1939 with

F&A

O

Mtge & col tr 5s '51 ser A.A&O
tr
Mtge & coli tr 5s '52 ser B.A&
!
Bleecker St&FulFy—See N V Rys

87

Arkansaw Water 1st 5s 1956-A&0
Ashland (Wis) L & Pow St Ry.

-M&S

1968

7534

fr 40

Valley Wat 6s 1935-M&N
ell Telephone of Canada—
1st g 5s 1955 ser A
M&S
Ist g 5s 1957 ser B
. J«kl)
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser O—M&N
ell Telep Oo of Pennsylvania—
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser B
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1960 ser O
A&O
eloit Water, Gas & Elec Oo—
1st g 5s 1937
M&S
ellows Falls Hydro-Elec C<»rp—
1st mtge 5s 1958
A&O
erlin Oity Elect 6 Hs 1951—J&D
Sink fund deb 6Hs 1959-F&A
Deb 6s
Apr 1 1955
A&O
erlin Elec Elev & Underg Rys—
1st mtge s f 6Hs 1956
A&O
inghamton (N Y) Gas Works
1st 5s 1938
A&O
Unghamton (N Y) L H & P—
1st ref 5s Feb 1946
A&O
1st & ref 4H»

7934

.

eaver

36

Term

6734
74

Oanal&Clatb RR—See NO Ry&L

—

f f

Amer

Community Power—
Deb 5Hs 1963

eaubarnols Power Oorp—
()o!l trust $ t fto 1959 w w.. A&O

66

Canadian Rail & Harbor—

87

A&O
A&O /

7s 1953-.8* 1953

Deb

Albany Ry—See United Trac.
All eg Bellev & P—See Phila Oo
Allegheny Gas Oorp 6 H»'43 M&N /
Allentown-Bethlehem Gas.lst s f

Amer &

1st

8534

84

Water Service Oo—

alabama

97

89

5 H» 1954
J&D
1st M 5s 1959 ser B
F&A
ear Mt Hud
Riv Bdge Co—

9334

Bid.

Bonds
Oamden & Sub Ry—See P S Oorp
Oanada Nor Pow coll 6s '53-M&N
Canadian L & P 5* '49 op '14 J&J

Rouge Electric Oo—

aton

ist mtge

78 H

Ask.

Bid.

1st 5s 1935

1

92

90
92
77

M&N
J&D
M&S

lit & ref 5* 1956
1st & ref 4H» 1967

97

telegraph, telephone and bridge companies.'

marked "f" and Inoome and defanlted bondi.

Bonds.

9234

96

Alabama Power lit 5* L946 .M&S
1st & ref 5* 1951
J&J

power, water,

"and interest" except wher*

Ask.

Bid

Adriatic Electric Oo
Extl * f 7* 1952

electric

M&N
—J&D
Citizens Gas (Indianapolis)—
1st & ref gold 5s 1942
J&J
Deb 534s 1952
Deb 5Hs 1949

k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

f Canadian

price,

t Sale price.

431
43

88

j

PUBLIC -UTILITY

84

BONDS

NOTICE.—All bond prlota in '*nad Interest" izwpi tbin mirk«d

Bid.

Bonds

i

93

City Elec San Fran 6s 1937--J&
City & Sub Ry—See Wash Ry & 1
Olty Water (Chattanooga)—
1st M 6s 1954—-———-J&

ay

ion

98

x»oo———

•

J

88
105
k 103 H

91
91

I
Deb 5%s 1959—
——
>elaware Power & Light Co—
1st M 4Mb 1971——
" 'J

72

105%
104%

)

90

A
1

i

3

r

86

97%

91H

93

15
60

70

J&.'

84

80

1st lien 5s 1946
F&
Des Moines & Cent la Elec Oo-

85

95

75
98

100

92

95

Des

Moines

83

Coney Isl & Bklyn RR 4s '48-J&4
B C & N 1st cons 5s 1939—J&J
Conn Light & Power—
1st & ref s f 7s *51 ser A—M&N
1st & ref 5 Ha 1954 ser B—F&A
1956 ser O—J&J
1st & ref 5s ser D 1962——J&J
Connecticut Power 5s '63—A&g
1st & coll trust 5s 1956
J&J
Conn Ry & Lt 4%s 1951---J&J
Stamped guaranteed optionalConn Ltg& Pow 5s '39—-J&1st & ref 4 %s

92
101

1st

101

93
93
86

94
94

50
94K

Gen g 4%s Feb 14 1935—J&J
1st ref 5%s 1952 ser E
M&S

1st & ref ■ f 4%s 1969 ser G M&S
1st & ref s f 4)481970 ser H J&J

-J&D
Y)—

F&a
J&D
J&J

1st gold 5s 1950-.-...—J&
Dixie Gulf Gas Co—

J&J

9p

45"
111H
106 h
100

104%
106
106

1st m

94 H

45 H

102%

100%
105%

*

98

H i-M <0

Electric Go—
1st lien & ref 6s 1942
J&D
1st lien & ref 6%s 1948—M&S

Sheboygan Elec 5s

J&J
J&J
D—J&J
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951-J&J

1946—J&J

1st coll 5%s 1937 ser A.-F&A
os 1933 aer A. .M&N /
6% conv notes 1932--J&J /
E. Kootenay Pow 1st 7s '42. A&O
East Prussia Pow 6s 1953—J&D
E St L & interurb Wat 5s '42 J&J
1st m 6s 1942
-J&J
1st m 5s 1960 ser D
F&A
East St Louis (111) Lt & Pow—
1st 5s 1940
-J&D
Easton Cons El 5s 1949
M&N

Oonv deb 6s 1944 ser B—A&O

97

101%

22

8%

Oonv deb

Georgia-Carolina

24
Georgia

55

56%

44

50
50

4% notes Nov 1 *32
M&N
3-yr 5% note Jan 15 '33-J&J 15
4Ha 1933
M&N
2-year notes 5s 1934
-J&J
5s 1935—
M&N
Ed El IU(Bkn)See KingsCoEL&P
Edison El 111 (N Y)—See N Y G
Eighth Ave RR—See N Y Rys

38
38

104%
103 H
100%

60

-

104

ti

103%
100%

80
78%

i*
77
58

Great Lakes Power

1st & gen

Ltd—
1st M 6s 1932-1944
M&N
Great Lakes Utilities Co—
1st lien coll tr 5Hs 1942-M&N
Great North Pow 5s 1935—F&A
Great West Power Co of Calif—
Grt West Pow Co 5s 1946-J&J

95
96

36

39
8

Green

53

82

sec

96

Col tr 5s 1952 aer B

50

80
86

Q9

95

104%

105%

101

103
95

92%
105%

105%

106

100%

100%

101
40

103

Danville Tr & Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J

42

5s 1950 ser A
El Paso Nat Gas 1st 6 Ha
m

100%
102

102%
102%

m

.—A&O

6s 1945

1st M & ref 5s 1956 ser A.M&S

1st M & ref 4Hs 1961 B...J&D
Hackensack Wat 4s '52 op '12J&J

Gen&ref5sJunel5'77 A..J&D15
Hamburg (Germany) Elec Co—
Extl g s f deb 7a 1935
M&N k

Hamburg (Germany) Elev Under¬
ground & StRys5Hs'38 ..J&D
Harrisburg Gas 5s 1970
M&N
Havana Elec Ry 5s 1952
T&A
Deb g 5H« 1951-——M&S

J&D /




r

74
92

93

70%
51
103
18 X

90
Helena Gaa & Elec 1st 6s '52M&S
Hest Man & Fair Pass Ry—See P bU K T

4

55
103 H
20
5

92

46%

Home Telep &

25
24

103

II—

1st refunding 5s 1945
J&J
Home Tel & Tel of Spokane—

22

24%

1st M g 5s. May 15 '36-M&N 16
Houston El Co 1st 6s '35-—J&D
Houston Gas & Fuel 5s 1932 M&S

101H

9

50

53

5%

Houston Gulf Gas—
1st M & col 6s 1943 ser A..A&O
Deb 6Hs 1943 with war.-A&O

44

46
47

101
100

6
5

4%

83

J&D

Nominal,

78

90H

52%
51%

Teleg(LosAngeles.
J&J

84%
k

1st lien & ref 4 Hs

87
87

55

60

90

84

87

1

D M &N

Hunt'g'n Wat 1st M 6s '54 AM&S
1st M 5s 1954 ser B
M&S

49%

87

ser

1st m coll 6s 43 with warr. J&D
Hudson Co Gas 5s g 1949..M&N

48

49%

'78

2

5s 1962

Hj

21H

43

91H

s

Sale price.

J Ext'd 3 yrs.

104 H
104H

24H

101"
93

93
60
104 H
93

105 %

88H
80

64

Canadian price,

103 H

1st lien & ref 4Hs 1981 ser E.
Houston Natural Gaa Corp —

1
n

51

76
73

Hons Home Telep 6s 1935-M&8
Houston Lt & Pow 1st 5s '53 M&S

A&O /
A&O
J&D /
A&O /

f 6 Ha 1953 with war M&N k

f This price includes accrued interest, v* Last sale,

68
67

80

100%

-

h Basis,

80

97

45%

Coke jt Ist&ref 5s *41 opt.M&S
Empire Public Service Corp—
Deb 6a 1950 w w 1950...-J&J /
Ercole Marelll Elec Mfg Co (Italy)
i

102%

51%

Deb 6)58 1938
J&D k
Empire District Elec Co—
1st & ref m 5s 1952—M&S
Empire Gas & Electric Co—
Gen & ref 6s ser A 1952-. -J&D
Empire Gas & Elec and Empire

lat

A&O
A&O

Oal) 1st 5s 1933-

'43-J&D

24

101

49

Elmlra Water, Light & RR—
1st & con g 5s 1956
-M&S
El Paso El Co—
1st

85

22

100%

-

84

88

70

Gulf States Utilities Co—

Eliz Plainf & Cent J \See Public
Eliz & Trenton RR
j Serv Corp.

65

Corp—

Gulf Power 1st 5a 1968
Gulf Public Service Co—

.

A&O /

6s 1942

Power

5s 1948

Greenwich Wat 4Hs

93

35

M&N

—F&A
*67 ser A J&J
Greenwich Wat & Gas SystemCol tr 5s 1952 ser A
A&O

85

92

Mountain

1st mtge

90

44%

fa*

Bay Gas & Elec Co—

Green

045^

85
91

52%
7

.

1st & ref 5s 1935

102%
102%

Deb 6s 1937
Electric Public Utilities Co—

15-year

(Japan)—
F&A
6Hs 1950—.
J&J

99%

Electric Public Service Co—

-

7s '39 M&N f

21%
-

_—

85

85

-J&D

Great Cons Elec Pow
1st M 7s 1944

101%

1st sink fund 6)5s 1953—-A&O
Electric P & L Deb 6s2030_F&A
Sec g 6s 1941 ser A_
Sec g 6s 1941 ser B
Sec g 5)5» 1942 ser O
Deb 6s 1936

59

Ry & Elec—

Gesfurel 6s 1953 x w
Grand Rapids Ry 1st

Electrical Devel of Ontario—

-

81 %

k

80

1st

1st 5s 1933
Elec & Peop—See Phila Rap TraD
Electric Pow Corp (Germany)—
1st s f 6)5s 1950M&S
•

82

„

100%

-

66%

9

Atlanta Northern Ry Co—
1st guar 5s '54 op '90---J&J

12

Edison Elec Ilium of Boston—

50

8

Atlanta Cons St 5s 1939—J&J

100

-

37

100

Power 1st s f

5s 1952—
J&Ji
Georgia Power lat 6« 1907—M&S]
Georgia Power & Light Co

105

5
40
43

/

Georgetown Gas Lt 1st,5s '61F&A!
Ry|

East Coast Utilities—

38

56
Cooper RlvBrl'ge i nc 1 st 6s'58M&N / 18
Copenhagen Telephone Co—
73
Extl si 5s Feb 15 1954-F&A15
Council Bluffs Gas 5s 1948-M&N
56%
Cross town St Ry—See Col Ry & Lb.
Cross St Ry—See Int Tr (Buff)

O

55

Ga Row & Ips—See B & N St

97%
93%

103%'

90

1st g 5s 1952 ser

93%

105

105
96%
101%

49
49

6

-

94%

62

General Water Works Corp— r\
1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser A-J&D
tOonv dbb 0s 1931 ser A-J&D /

Eastern Wisconsin

112

107%!

98

1st gold 5%s 1954 ser

A„M&N

103%'

5s
1938
—J&D
Consumers Power Co (Mich)—
1st & ref 5s 1936 op *16
J&J
1st 1 & unif 5s ser C1952- -M&N
1st Men & unif 4%a 1958-M&N
Oontin Gas & El deb 5s 1958 F&A

1st g 7%s 1949 ser B—

f 6s 1966 ser

48
105

50

102

lOl"

s

Ry

Duquesne Gas Corp—
1st conv 6s Mar 151945-M&SH
6)5% notes 1935——- M&S1E fk 4%
Duquesne Light—See Phila Co
Duquesne Trac—See Phlla' Co
Eastern Connecticut Pow Go—
103
1st m s f 5s 1948 series A-A&O
Eastern Mass Street Ry Co—
21
Ref m 4)5s 1948 A
—J&J
22
Ref m 5s 1948 B
i;-J&J
25
Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser O—M&SU
Eastern Michigan Rys—
9
1st mtge coll tr 7s 1958.—-J&J /
Eastern Shore Pub Service Co—
78
1st m 5 Mb 1947 ser A
M&8
76%
l«t M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S
98%
^astern Util Assoc 5s 1935—A&O
Eastern Util Inv 5s A 1954-M&S
21
With warrants

87

1st
Oonsum L H & P Co (Eliz, N J)—

A&O
J&J

51

34

78

Lt 6s 1949

97

50%

33

-—-M&N
(New Or!)—
M 5s 1936——
—J&J

—J&l)

51%

81

Duke Price Power Co—

76

1st gold 6s 1935—
Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941

4

37

D D E B & B RR— See Third Ax

72

1st M 5s 1959
J&D
Ouinb'land T & T 5s 1937- —J&J
Dakota Central Telep Co—

2

34

54

72%

J&n

1

1937 A with war.M&i
Dominion Gas & Elec 6%s 1945-

35

71%

—

5
5
1%
2%

1st 0%s

53

Consolidated Water of Utlca—
1st 4%s 1958
M&N

Cuban Telep conv 5s 1951 —J&J
1st lien & ref 7%s 1941-M&S k
Cumberland Co (Me) Pow & Lt—

fk
fk
fk
fk

79%
61%

34

Consolidated Telep of Wise—
1st M5J4b 1942 ser A
M&N
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser Corp

1st M 6s 1958
Consumers El L & P

96%

100%

85

Consol

—J&J
—A&O

101%
101%
96%
100%

20-yrsf 6%s 1948

85

Underlying co»—See N V U E L H & P.
Consol Gas Utilities Co—
21H
1st & coll 6s 1943 ser A—J&l
8%
Oonv deb 6%s 1943 ser A. J&D

Hydro-Elec Wks of Upper
Wuerttemburg 1st 7s "56—J&J
dob 4s '54 J&J

F&i

Certificates of deposit

95%

60H
66

Galesburg Ry Ltg & Power—
93
Con 5s Oct 1934
—J&D
98H
Galesb Ry & L 5s 1934-- —J&J
Galveston-Houston | Elec Ry—
6
1st M s f g 5s 1954 opt
A&O /
Gary Elec & Gaa Co—
66
1st lien col 5a 1934 aer A—-J&J
100 H
Gas & El of Bergen Co 5s '49. J&D
101
Gen 5s Nov 1 1954—
M&N
67
Gatineau Pow 1st 5s 1956—-J&D
53 H
Debenture gold 6s 1941 J&D 15
52
Deb 6s 1941 series B
A&O
General Gas & Elec Oorp67
5% notes Aug 15 '33—F&A15
48
5% notes Aug 15 '34—F&A15
48
5% notea Aug 15 '35—F&A15
General Public Service Corp—
70
Oonv deb 5s 1953—
J&J
84
Oonv deb 5%s 1939
J&J
General Public Utilities—
i
30
1st M coll tr 6 Hs ser A '56 A&O
Oonv ser0%% notes 1933.J&D * 31

Det & Pt Huron Shore Line-—

87

Gen g 4%a Apr 1954
A&<
Consol Gas Elec Lt & P (Bait)—

86

81%
100%
101%
101%
102%

Detroit International Bridge—
1st m s f 6%s 1952
Certificates of deposit

103 H

49 H

Florida Telep 1st 6s 1945—A&O
Ft Pitt Traction—See Phlla Co

3

81

5s 1950 series B_.

>

83

1st 4%s 1956...

1

39H

42dStM&StNAv—See 3d Av Ry

102

95%

7

A&O

1st 6s 1955 series B

102%

94%

Deb 4s 1955
Deb 4s 1956 guar__

12

101

101H
04 H

't

Florida Power Corp—
1st m 5%s 1979 ser A
J&J
1st m 5Hs 1956 ser B
J&J
Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '54.-J&J
Florida Public Service Co—
1st M 6%s 1949
F&A

99

10%

/
/

85

5s series 1952
—
Oonneilsv Wat 5s Oct 2 "39. A&O
Col soli da ted Cities L p & Tr—
1st lien 5s 1962 stamped.-J&J
Consol Gas of Bait 5s 1939—J&
_

m

17 X

J&D

Federal Water Service Corp—
Oonv deb 5Hs 1954
M&N
Federated Utilities Inc—
1st lien col tr 5 Ha 1957—M&S

101

97

3

f 6s 1953
]
f deb 6%s 1948—1

98H

94%

Con Ry (New Hav)
Deb 4s 1955

24"

100%

97 H

20-yr deb 4%a 1951
Debenture 5s 1957

m s

Oonv s
Detroit Olty Gas C

1937--J&L

Consolidated Gas (N
Deb 5%s 1945-—

88
21

85%
91H
100 H

Cross St 1st 6sg 1933——J
Commonwealth-Edison Co—
1st M 5s 1953
-----j
1st M col 5s 1954 ser B—4*^
1st M col 4 Ha 1956 ser C.-A&C
1st M col 4%s 1957 ser D.-J&J
1st M col 4^8 1960 ser E A&«
1st M 4s 1981 ser F--— M&S
1st 5%s series G 1962
J&E
Commonw Sub Corp—See Misc.
Commonwealth Utilities Corp—
Oonv deb 6s 1938—
M&N
Commonwealth Wat 5%s A1947.
1st M 6s 1956 ser B-——F&A
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O—-F&A
Community Power & Light Co—
Col M 5s 1957—
-M&S
Community Water Service Co—Deb g 6s 1946 ser A
.J&D
Deb g 5%s 1946 ser B
M&S
Oonestoga Trac 1st 4s 1950--J&J

1st & ref 4s 1981

74%

99

1st m 5s 1956-

99

st 5s

90

7!%

1

m

It*

-J&J

6% gold notes 1932

Detroit & Canada Tunnel—
1st

Lights-

Federal Public Serv Corp—
1st 1 6s 1947-

Elec Co—

5s, 1938
Des Moines Gas Co—
1st

Columbus (Ga) Elec & Power-

Columbus Ry Pow &

80

3

78
80

66
60

—-

Fed St & Pleas Val—See Phil Co

Derby Gas & Elec Corp—

81%

73

Stamped

20

Denver Tramway Terminals Co1st M g gu 5a 1933-1937—M& ?

101"

1st lien g 6s 1942 stpd
M&S
Debenture 6s 1954 ser B—J&D

90

81%

60

Federal Light & Traction—
1st s f g 58 1942 opt
M&S

98%
91%
103%

90

6% notes Oct 1 1933-

& El Co

"

50

to Pa tax

as

80 H

Columbia (S O) Ry Gas

92

40
98%

Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A

Stamped

96 H

98%

yo

M&!

1st & ref 5s 1951

60 M

—

Trac1913
A&O
Fatrmount Pk Trans 5a '37--A&O
Fall River Eleo Lt lat 1945—J&J

OA

1

80 H

Dallas Pow &

96

x'vr:9Q^:

)

1969

Without warrants
Fairmont & Clarksburg

73

63

lst g 5s 1938 opt

I

87

-

1st M 4Mb

105H

15

*

Surop'n Elec Corp (of Canada)
Deb 6Ha 1965 w w
F&A

96

>elaware Elec Power Co—

88

Coast Cos Gas & Elec—
1st M 6s I960.
-M
Colorado Power 1st 5a'53—M
Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—

.

103%

102 H

12
95

Brie

"

Light—

Gen &con 6s 1964..
Clinton W W 1st 5s 1939

Conn Rlv Pow

103%

103%

>

loT

Eqult G & E Utlca 5s 1942-A&0
Erie Rys—1st 6s 1954
A&O
Ltg 1st m 5s 1967
A&O
Erie & Suburban Ry 5s *41. A&p

83

81
102

J

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

R Tr.

v

-

k,

Uleve Soilthw Ry &

Bid.

Darby Med & Ohes RyDavenport Water 5s

& Ti
Co

Citizens St Ry—See Ind Tr
Citizens Tract—See Phlla

wove

Bonds.

Ask.

bonis.

iad inoomi »od dtnat«»'

PUBLIC

Bonds.

Bid

Hydraulic Power of Niag Falls—
lstr& refundlng5s 1950—J&J
Ref &

[sarco

Idaho Power lst 5s 1947——J&J
111 Bell Teleprrst 5s 1950—J&D
Illinois Cent Trac 5s 1933—J&D
Illinois Commercial Telep—
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser B—M&S

9|4

105

105H

Italian

92

83

61H

'

93 H

95

71H
684

724

52

55

J&D
J&D

100

1st 6s 1944
J&D
Illinois Water Service Co—
1st mtge 5s 1952 series A—J&J
Indiana Central Telep Co—
1st Hen coll 54 1938
M&N
Indiana Columbus & E Trac—
Gen & ref g 5s *26 op' 11. .M&N

94

100H

101

77

79

35

38
j

H

VijEf}

Dayt Spgf & Urb 5s '28—M&N
Indiana Electric Corp—
1st M 6s 1947 series A—M&N
1st M 64« 1953aeries B..F&A
1st M 5s 1951 series O—M&S

1H
25

76

78

78

80

70

79""

iadiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946 J&J
Indiana General Service—

74

1st M 5a 1948
J&J
Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958 ser A—M&N
Indiana & Mich El 5s 1957.-F&A
1st & ref 5s 1955.
M&S
lad Nat Gas & O—See Peo G L&O

100

102

71

73

IS*

Indiana Pr 1st 17 4« '41A .M&N
Indiana Ry & Lt 1st 5s *43. -J&J
Indiana Service Corp—
1st & ref M 5s Jan 1 1950—J&J
1st 1 & ref 5s 1963
F&A
Indiana & S W Gas & Utll—

96

102

72

^

James River Bridge

35

31

J&D /

32H

—

30

10
3

A&O
&

79

J&D

25

Eastern Traction 6s

Indlanap Nor—See Un Tr of Ind
Indianapolis & Northwest Trac—
1st g 6s 1923 ext to 1933..M&S
Indianapolis Power & Light—
1st M 5s 1957

ser

J&J

A

Indianapolis Trac & Term Co—
1st

fsold 5a Jan ] 1933.-A&O
Indlanap St gen 4s 1933—J&J
Citizens 8t con 5s g 1933 M&N
Indianapolis W W Sec Co—
s

35
10

20

Secured 5a 1958
—J&J
Indianapolis Water—
lat & ref. g 4Hs 1940 opt—J&J
lat Hen & ref 54» 1953—M&S
1st lien & ref 5s 1970—M&S
Inland Gas 6H» 1938
Sinking fund deb 7s 1938-F&A
Inland Pow & L s f 6a '36 A M&S

90"
6

3

20
55

J&D
47 H

—A&O
Certificates of deposit.
J
- /0 ootea
..M&S
Certificates of deposit

16H

—

19$!

—

Oonv

Without warrants
Oonv deb 6s 1948

It*
fk
fk
fk

3
14
3

International Hydro-Elec System
Conv deb 6s 1944
A&O

International
Buff Trac

Kail way
1st

5a

k

15 k

44H

84

394

1955
F&A
35H
Interstate Nat Gas 6s 1936..J&J
101
Interstate Power 1st 5s '57—J&J
62 H
Deb gold 6a 1952
J&J k
44 H
Interstate Pub Serv Co—

1943

1st mtge 6s 1934
lova-Nebraska Lt &

..F&A

30
34 K
42

364

634

A&O

60

63

J&J

-

80

85

Power—

1st Hen & ref 5s '57 ser A.M&N

76H

1st 1 & ref 5a 1961 ser'B—M&S

74

Iowa Pow & Lt 1st 4 Ha 1958 M&S

78
77

864

Itwa Pub Serv 1st 5s 1957..J&D
Deo 5a 1968
M&S

78
55

79
57

1st mtge 548 1969———M&S
Iowa Ry & Lt (Cedar Rapids)—
let & ref 5a June 1946 B.
J&D
lat & ref 5 Ha Oct 1945—M&N
Iowa Southern Utilities—

774

80

85

87

894

91

F&A

68

71

_.

1st & ref 6a 1943lat & ref

5Ha I960

--J&J

_M&N
Ironwoorl & Bessemer Ry & Light
1st a fg5e "36 opt after *15.F&A
Deb 6s 1950

ser

A.

Lake

Superior Dlst Pow—

1st M 4Hb 1961 aer A
J&D
Llndell Ry—See United Rys(StL)

34

Deb 5s

Interstate Telep Co—
1st M 5 1961
Iowa Electric Co—

68

37

1st M & ref 5s 1956

Little Rock G & F 6s 1937-M&N
Little Rock Ry & El 5s '33—A&O
Ref & ext g 6s 1938
—A&O
Lockhart Power 54s 1950—F&A
Lombard Elec Co (Italy)—
1st extl 78 1952
T&D
.

s f 6s 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 5Hs '52 ser A-A&O
Lorain Telep 1st 6s 1958—
Los Angeles Gas & Elec Corp—
1st & ref g 58 1939 opt—-M&S

Lone Star Gas

38

80

1st & gen 5s 1961
...M&S
Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser D..M&S
Gen & ref 5Hs 1947 ser E J&D
Gen & ref 5Hs 1943 aer F M&S
Gen & ref fls 1942 s«r G
M&S
Gen & ref 6s series H 1942
Gen & ref 5Hs

f This price Includes accrued Interest,




/

91H

4

1940-M&S

16

Gen M 5s 1950
F&A
Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec—
1st a f g 04s 1944-—

35
40

lat M s f 7a 1948
M&N
Luzerne Oo (Pa) Gaa & Elec—
1st ref&lmp g 5s'48 op'13 A&O
1st & ref 6s 1954
M&S
Debenture 7s 1944
J&J
Macon Ry & Light 1st 5s '53-J&J

102
102

■'

mm, mm m

103
83

....

100

100
mtmrnmrnrnm

'

'mmm

23

m m

.

'

"

-

—

_

25

101H
51

53"
52

ik

-___

83

k Last sale,

Middle West UtUlties Oo5% conv notes 1932
J&D I
5% conv notes 1933
J&D /
5% conv notes 1934
J&D
5% conv no»es 1935
J&D
Middlesex & Boston St Ry—
1st and ref mtge 44s 1932.J&J
*

100
78

79

Midland Natural Gas

53
35
25

26"

51

53

7HSJL933

74

77

67
70
44

70
74

23

25

95

98

92

95

46

47

98H
82

F&A

76"

IstM 5s 1971

J&J

Milwaukee Gas Light Co¬
lst M 4Hs 1967
M&S
Minn Gen El 1st 5s '84 op—J&D
Minneapolis Gas Light Co—
1st M 4H« 1950
J&J
Minn St Rys—See Twin O'y R 7
Minnesota Nor Pr Jt 6s 1934-A&O
Minnesota Power & Light Co¬
lst & ref 5s 1955
J&D
1st & ref 4Hs 1978—
M&N
Mississippi Power Co¬
lst & ref 5s 1955
M&S

It*
102
100H
94 H

78
88
103
102

93

SS*
95

79

81

65
103
k
95

104 H
100 H
100 4

104H
102 H

70

103 %
97
105

101H
1014

1st M 5s 1957

55

48

1

1

coi Oil

2

374

100

81H
80H

0 0 coco

97

99

102
86 H

874

47

48

85
82

91

834

60

s f 6s 1944 with warr F&A16
Without warrants

1st

Mississippi Rlv Pow 5s '51—J&J
Deb 5s May 1 1947
M&N
Missouri Power & Light—
1st M 5Hs 1955 ser A
M&S
1st M 4Hs 1958 ser B
M&N
Missouri Public Service Oo—

First mtge 5s 1947 ser A..F&A
Mo Rlv Sioux City Bdge Oo—
1st s f 6s 1953...
M&S 15

105

103

101

r Canadian price.

J&D

65

74

75

Mississippi River Fuel Corp—

101

Nominal,

6H
6H

Mississippi Power & Light—

1934..-J&J

n

6H

uo—

1935
J&J
Midland UtU deb 6s 1938-—M&S
MUlv Etna & Sharps—See Phil Oc
Milwaukee Coke & Gas Co¬
lst M s f

Milwaukee Elec Ry & Light—
1st & ref 5s 1961 ser B....J&1?

72

6

Oonv deb 6s

47

1949 ser I.A&O

Los Ang G & K 5s

6 Basis,

95H

Luneburg Pow L4WW (Germ'y)
97

Lincoln Tel & Tel—

75

Interstate Rys 4s

104
100
102
25

8*

10

48

72
27

1st & ref 6Hs 1949 set B..J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D
1st & ref 4H« '58 ser F...M&S

LouisvUle Ry 2d 4H>

3

96 H
90 H

jf

694
64 H

35

J&J
J&J

20

_

87

Buff & Lock lat g 5a 1938--J&J
Buffalo & Niag Falls Elec Ry—
IstM 5a gold 1935—
J&J

44s 1939

18
1

(Ky)—-

1st & ref 5s 1952 aer A
M&N
1st & ref 4Hs 1961 ser C.F&A
Deb s f 6s 1937 ser A
—A&O
Loui8V Ltg 5a '53 unstmpd—A&O

Johnstown (Pa) Trac 5s '43.-J&J
80"
76
Joplln W W 1st 5s 1957
M&S
Madison Co (111) Light & Power—
Kanawha Trac & Elec Co—
96
67
72
1st g 5s 1930
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1936—-F&A
99
10
15
Madison G & El 1st Ss 1940. A&O
Kanawha ValTr 1st M5s'46-J&J
98 H
85 H
87
Gen & ref 5s 1950—
M&N
Kansas City Gas 1st 5s 46-.F&A
25
96
98
Madison Rys 1st g 5s 1930—M&N
1st M 6s 1942-——--F&A
100M
Mad Rlv Pr 1st 5s '35 gu op.F&A
Kansas City Power & Light—
102 H Manhattan Ry con 4s g '90..A&O
214
101M
1st mtge 44s 1957 ser B..J&J
k
23
Cent Hanover Bk ctfs of dep.
102
101^
1st M 4Hs 1961
F&A
26
26 H
2d gold 4s 2013
12H
J&D
Kansas City Pub Ser 6s 1951 J&J
87
Manila Elec RR & Ltg Corp—
89
Kansas Elec Pow 6s 1937—J&D
63
85
88
1st lien & coll tr 5a '53..M&S
1st M 6s 1943
J&D
79
82
Manila Gas Oo—
1st M 5s 1951
J&D
49
1st lien coll tr 5Hs 1937—A&O
Kansas Gas & Electric—
85
84 H
85 H Manila Sub Rys 1st 5s 1940-M&8
Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A..M&S
88 H
89H Manitoba Power Co Ltd—
1st mtge 44s 1980
J&D
51
1st M ■ f 5Hs *51 ser A"
73
80
J&J k
Kapsas Pow 1st 5s 1947----M&S
50
1st M s f 54s 1952 ser B..J&J
Kansas Power & Light Co—
89
Mannheim & Palatinate Elec Co*
91
1st M 6s 1955 ser A
M&N
50
82
85
15-year s f 7s 1941
J&D
1st M 5s 1957 ser B__
M&
99 H
91
96
Manufrs Wat (Pa) 5s 1939.J&D
1st & ref. 6s 1947 ser O—F
Market St El Pass Ry—See P R T
Kentucky Fuel Gas Corp—
4
Market St Ry (San Francisco)—
1st 6Hs 1942 with warr.. &D
1st s f 7s 1940 aer A
73 X
v:^ 2
Conv deb w w6Hs 1938.-J&D
...Q-J
Maryland Electric Rys—
Kentucky Power & Light Co—
30
57
Guaranteed 6s 1933
59
A&O
1st m 5Hs 1948 ser B__—M&S
16
1st & ref 0Hs 1957 ser A..J&J
Kentucky Traction & Terminal—
44
16
1st & ref 6Hs 1962 ser B—J&J
47
1st & ret gu 5s '51 opt '14.F&A
95
Bait & Ann 8 L 5s 1946—F&A
99
Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949-J&D
Maryland Light & Power—
Kentucky Utilities Co—
86
1st M 5H» 1950 ser A
70
87
J&J
1st M 6Hs Sept '48ser D M&N
k
Massachusetts Gas—
80H
1st M 5Hs 1955ser F
A&O
89
75
20-year s f 5Hs 1940
76"
J&j
1st M 5s 1961 series G
F&A
Sink fund deb 5s 1955
83 H
<4%
76H
M&N
6s series H 1961—
F&A
73
75 H Mass UtUlties Associates—
1st M 5s 1969 tor 1
J&J
84
S f deb 5s 1949 ser A
88
91i
1st 7s series J 1957
A&O
81
Massillon Elcc & Gas—
83
1st 6s series K 1957
1st M 6a 1956
94 H
J&J
Keokuk Elec 6s 1945...—M&N
McGav & Mt V—See Nash Ry&L
Keystone Pub Serv—
83 H
85
Memphis Power & Light Co—
1st M 5s 1978
M&N
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser A
100 H
75
J&j
Key Tel 1st g 5s '35 opt '08.-J&J
1st & ref 4Hs 1978 ser C..A&0
874
60
1st 1 & ref 54s 1955 ser A.J&D
62
64
Memphis St Ry con g 5s *45.J&J f 13
1st 1 & ref 6s 1951 ser B...A&O
Meridionals Electric Co¬
103 H
Kings Oo E L & P 1st 5s '37-A&0
lst s f 7s 1957 ser A
129
89
131H
A&O
Purch money 6s g 1997—A&O
100H
Metropolitan Edison Co-—
Edison El 111 Bklyn 4s '39.J&J
1st & ref 5s 1953 ser O
96
J&J
Kings Co Elev Ry—See Bklyn RT
1st M 4Hs 1968 ser D
88
99
M&fKings Co Gas & 111 1st 5s '40-A&O
1st M 4s 1971 ser E_.
80
95
105""
M&N
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54--J&J
1st 5s series F 1962
92
112
125
M&N
1st ref 64s 1954J&J
Met Street Ry—See N Y Rys
76
80
Kokomo WW 6s 1958
J&D
Metropolitan West Side "L"—
Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RR
1st gold 4s 1938
18
23
F&A /
1st 5s 1951
F&A
14
Exten gold 4s 1938
6
3
J&J f
Debentures 6s 1948
F&A /
90 H
90H Mexican El L 1st M g 5s '42 .J&J f 40
Laclede Gas Lt ref 5s 1934--A&O
Mex Lt & Pow 1st 5s '40 s f.F&A
63 H
43
66
1st M coll tr 5Hs *53 ser O F&A
57 H
65% Michigan Associated Telep Co¬
1st col&ref 5H« I960 ser D F&A
lst M 6a 1961
62
A&O
54% gold notes 1935
F&A k 60
1
Mich Elec Ry 5s 1948
JT&J f
Lake Erie Pow & Lt 6s 1946 A&O
Jack Cons Trac 5s 1934—M&N f
3
& Elec.
Lake Roland Elev—See Un Rys
Michigan Gas & Elec Oo—
9
6
Lake Sh Elec 1st con g 6s '33 J&J f
1st & ref 6s 1943
82
M&S
Gen gold 5s Feb 1 1933—F&A /
4
1st M 5s 1950
76H
J&D
Tol Frem & No 6Hs 1925—
103 %
Michigan Light 1st 5s 1940.M&8
Extended at 6% to 1933 J&J /
Michigan Nor Pow 1st 6a '41.J&J
984
Lake Shore Power Oo—
42
Michigan Public Service Oo—
50
1st and ref mtge 6s 1950—J&J
1st g 5s 1947 ser A
61
A&O
Lake St Elev RR—See Chic & O ak PkE lec Ry.

68H
63*

49

Deb g 44« 1952—

99H

J&J

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1947 ser B...F&A
1st M 4Hs 1961 ser G....J&D
Jor City Hob & Pat—See P S Corp

84

36

Conv deb

98 H

Lawrence

J&D

Iuternat Ry ref 5t *62 op.M&N
International Telep & Teleg—

JanesviUe Elec Co—
1st & ref 5s 1932-1945

-J&D
(Mass) Gas & Elec—
1st M 4Hs 1940 ser B
F&A
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 I960
J&D
Leipzig Overland Pow 64s *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 Utll 1st 5s 1952.-F&A
Lexington Wat ref 5Hs 1940-F&S
LexingtonWa Pow Colst 5s'68J&J
Oonv deb 54s 1953
-J&J
Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941-J&D

101H

88
80

(Buffalo-

1948

1958—-J&J /
J&D /

12

....

43
International Power Sec Com—
Coll trust 6,4s 1954 ser B.J&D k 104H
6 Hi % »ec bonds 1955 serOJ&D
80
8ec 7i 1936 D (with war)..J&J
1004
Sec 7s 1957 ser E...„„
Sec 7s 1952 ser F.
J&J

Corp—

1st sink fund 64s
Deb g 7s 1943

40""

10

:

Inter borough Rapid Transit—
1st & ref g 5s '66 op tax-ez.J&J

intercontinental Power Oo—
D -bs A 6s 1948 with warr J&D

t

Louisville Gas & Elec Oo

66H
38

60

87

.

Deb a f 7a 1935..
J&D
Inland Telep 1st 6s 1948— .A&O
Inland UtUlties Inc—

6% nnf.«8 1932

49H

48

-

97

Coll tr a f 6a 1941 aer B ..M&N
Col tr 6a 1957 aer O
A&O

Oonv deb 6s 1934

o

Ang Pac Oo—See Pac ElRy
Los Ang & Pasad—See Pac El ]}y
Los Angelea Railway Corp—
lat & ref a f g 5a 1940
-J&D
Los Angeles Ry 5a 1938—A&O
Louisiana Pow & Light Oo—
lat mtge 5s 1957
J&D k

v

32

1st g 5s July 1 '33 op '08.A&O
Indiana Nor 1st g 5s 1933-A&0

Indianapolis Gas 5s 1952
Indianapolis New Castle

74
32

'48H

j

'31-M&S /
Jamaica Water Supply Go—
1st gold 5Hf series A 1955-J&J

M&S-

6% conv notes 1940
Indiana Union Traction—

^uperiww^CwPj^ $|

Jacksonville Trac 1st 5s

634

Illinois Power 1st 5s 1933
1st 7s 1930——

72

28

A..M&S

facksonv (Fla) Gas s f 5s '42. J&D k
Debenture 6s ser A 1952.M&N

63

54s 1957

f 5H« 1953 ser

63 H

10

M&S

Illinois Northern Utilities Co—
1st & ref 5s 1957 opt
A&O
Illinois Power & Light Corp—
1st & ref 6s 1953 series A—A&O
1st & ref 54« 1954 ser B—J&D k
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser O
J&D
8 f deb

s

Jackson Cons Tr—See Mich E .Ry

.

m-Ky Bdge 64s 1947

Hydro-Elec Co (Italy—
1952
-M&N

Island Gas & Electric—

25-yr

Bid

Bonds.

Aik.
Los

1st M s f 7s

105
105
100

85

BONDS
Bid

Bonds.

Ask.

104
104

A&O

impt 5s 1951

UTILITY

sSalo price.

86

87

82

86

1(£IX
87

1024

90H
75

77

60

63

54

574

PUBLIC

86

Bid.

Bond*.

Monmouth Con* Wat

5a '56. J&D

Monongahela Light & Pow Oo—
l*t M 5s 1949
J&D
Monongahela St Ry—See Phil Og
Monongahela Valley Traction—
lit Mgfii '42 opt '22
J&D

Monongahela Valley Water—
lit M 5%s 1950 serlee A-.J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
lit Hen & ref 5%s ser B '53 F&A
Montana-Dakota Power Oo—
1st m5Hs 1934
J&J
Montana Power—
lit & ref ■ f 5a *43 op *18-..J&J
Deb g 5a 1962 ser A
J&D
Montreal Isl Pow 6%s 1957-M&N
Montreal L.t fit & Pow Oonsol—
lit ref & coll tr 6a 1951—A&O
1st ref col & sf 5s 1970 serB M&S
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Oo—
Gold 5s 1933 opt 1913
A&O
Montreal Pub Service Oorp—
lit & ref 5a 1942
M&S
Montreal Tramwaya—
lat & ref g 5s 1941 opt
J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1955 aerfea A_A&0
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser B—A&O
Gen & ref • f 4Ha '55 ser O A&O
Gen & ref s f 5s 1955 ser D. A&O
Morn side El St Ry—See Phlla Oo
Mount Home Telep 5s 1938-J&J
Mountain States Power Oo—
lat & ref 5a 1938
J&J
1st M 6* 1938 aeries B
J&J
Mt Hope Bdge 1st 6Hs '67-J&D
Mt Wash St Ky—See Phila Oo
M & U O Tr Oo—See Un Tr of Ind
Muncle W W 5s Oct 2 1939-A&O
Municipal Gas Co (Texas)—
1st M 6s 1935 aer A
M&N
Municipal Serv coll 6s 1956-F&A

69
49

95%

93%

93%

100%

100%

95

96
88

74
74

74

-—

A&O

'97

99%
100%
88%

J&J

88
4Hs 1980
M&S
ew York State Kys—
2%
1st con g 4Hs '62 op '13- -M&N /
2
Certificates of deposit
2%
1st con 6 Hs 1962
..
.M&N
2
Certificates of deposit
108%
r Y Steam 6s 1947
M&N
101%
1st M 5s 1951
M&M
100%
1st M 5s 1956
M&N

3%
4%
5

75%

Y & Suburban Gas—See

f

West Chester

85"

72

77%
37

74

IS*
50

84
48

100%

tfH-'CO O QO

orth American

83

82%

F&A

North American Edison Co—

97
6

80

67%

8S*
27

88%

1st & ref 5s

1st & ref 5s
Salisb &

1934 opt
1956

79

81

£§>*
98

39%
100

92

1st coll & ref

84

82

100%

100%

97

Oorp—
A..

98

84%
77

31%

J&J

ser

68
89

1st M & lien 5Ha 1957—M&N
North Shore Electric Co—

57

35%

60
62

100%
100

106%
102

56%
57%

87
40

84%

76H

95 H

92%

30

lBt ■ f 6a 1947

lst&ref
100

101

m

t\H

1st M

64

63

61
43

47"
90%

86

Northern Ohio Telep Co—
1st s f 5Hs 1957 ser A

1st

80

Oo—
1st Hen & ref 6Hs 1941—A&O
1st 1 & ref 6s ser B 1944—A&O
1st 1 & ref 5a 1951 ser O—A&O
Y Gas Elec L H & P Oo—
1st g 5s Dec 1 1948
J&D
Pur mon coll tr 4s 1949
F&A
Ed El 111, N Y. con g 5s '95 J&J
New Amster Gas 5s 1948--J&J
NY&ER Gas 1st g 5s '44—J&J

83"

80

Wat 5Hs '51-M&N
N Y Cent Elec 1st 6Hs "60-M&S
New Rochelle

84

99%
110%

98%

115

99%

91%
99%

95 H
82 H

80 H

100
85

100%
99%,

J&J
F&A

92

1

101

\ol*
iu

f g 5s 1940 opt—J&J /
Northern Texas Traction Oo—
1st g 5s

1933 opt 1913

Northern Texas
s

100 H
95

101%

1st lien s f 6s 1943 ser

f This price Include i accrued interest,

k Last sale.

92%

5

10

87

83

87

28
25

n

94%

i

100

L9,5'

er

64

66

75%

78

86

J&D

A

97

88

°.lo Gas & El Works (Norway)-

l8«5

ser

A. A&O

59

32

Nominal,

88%

95

A&O

(Minn)—

Ge,n M 5s 1946 ser E
A&O
Ozark Power & Water Co—

66

86%

J^ly 'S5J&D

Ottawa Valley Power Oo—
I-* M . f 5Hs 1970

98

.

60

M&S

p°wer 5a 1940-M&S

k

1942.JS&J

88
58
53
59

103
107
104
101
96
96

ser

B_J&D

lBS &Tr?f 4^b *69ser F—J&D

60"
55
63

103%
107%
104%
101 %
96 H

96%

Pacific Light & Power Oorp—

104 H

p»c L & P Oo 1st 5s 1942.J&J

Pacific Northwest
Oonv deb 6s

Pub Serv
M&S

26

1950

63%

Pacific Public Service Oo—

91

5-year 5% notes 1936
M&S
eleph & 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
Paaa & Mt Lowe—See Pac El Ry

1 acific 1

105

-

106
77

103

_M&S
Light Co.
1st 6 Hs w w 1937 ser A.. M&N
Peninsular Tel Oo lst5_%s'51 J&J
Penn Central Light & Power Oo —
5s 1949

l8t ft1SBfi^B 1977

26%

Deb 5H» 1959aer B
Penn Pub S 1st 6s serO

M&N

r Canadian

price,

94

68

72

*72

F&A

s Sale price.

42

91

'47.M&N *
Pennsylvania Electric Oo
1st & ref 4s 1971 ser F__. M&N
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Oorp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A—M&S
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Oo—
1st 1 & ref 5 %s '55 ser A..M&S
1st Hen & ref 5« 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
Pennsylvania Pow & Light Oo—
1st M 4%s 1981
A&O
Pennsylvania State Water Oorp—
1st lien 5 H* 1952 series A-M&S
Penn Tel 5s 1960 ser O
Penn Water & Powers f 6s '40J&J
1st ref 4 H« 1968 ser B
M&S

--

39

M&N

Without warrants

102
104 H

83

A--M&N
-.M&N

I In London,

5s 1958.

Penn-Ohio Edison CoDeb g 6s 1950 ser A

83

Northern Utilities Co—
S f deb 6Hs 1943

73
72%

Ltd—"

94

m

consol gold

98 H

J&J

Utilities Oo—
J&J

f 7a '35 with war
Without warrants

1st

100%

...

74

o

s

27

25

Pecos Valley Power &

101

81

A&O
J&D

Coll tr

72

64

..A&O

Paterson Ry—See Pub Serv Oorp
Paterson & Passaic Gas & Electric

Northern Texas Elec Co—

94
Ik

95"

98

Refunding 4Hs 1961
5H% notes 1940

108%
99%

95%

J&J

93

93

A

1941

63
20

70

Pacific Power & Light Oo—
1st M 5s 1955
F&A

83

A&O
A&O

1st & ref 5s

18

F&A

_

99H

81

1st & ref 6s 1941 ser B

108%

82 H

Northern States Power Oo—

105%

47

60

Oregon Elec Ry 5s '33 opt.-M&N
Oregon-Washington Water Serv¬

„

77

F&A

106

60

45

1st & ref 4 H« 1957 ser E—J&D

M&S

112

ser

83%
79%

78
57

1st & ref 5Hs 1952 ser O.J&D
1st & ref 5s 1955 ser D__
J&D

83

90
102
92
91

M&S
Northern Penna Power Oo—
1st & ref 68 1956 ser A—J&D

New York Edison

111%
105%
105%

consol gold 4s 1933
& ref 5s 1956

1st lien

Gen & ref 6s 1947

..

1st & ref M 6s 1941

75
98 H

Northern Ohio Trac & Light—
1st consol gold 58 1 933
J&J

90
85

75

L A PaR ROal6s'43--M&S

82

& ref 5s 1963

97

83

1st gu g 5s "45 op bef '16.-M&N
Orange & Pas Val R—See P S Corp
Orange & Rockland Elec Oo—

86

4Hs 1970 serE.J&D

92"

35

Pacific Gas & El ref 5s '42-.-J&J

Y Utilities Inc—

81

Feb'33_J&J

Hamp Ry G & E—
1944
J&J
Newp News & Old Pt Ry & El
1st g 5s Nov 1 1938
M&N
Gen g 5s Mar 1 1941
M&S

53"

33%

100
43 op to '13.F&A
Ontario Power Serv Corp—
71%
1st sfAHe 1050
...J&J
Certificates of deposit
/ 71%

43

81H

M&S

Northern Ohio Pow & Lt—
Gen & ref 5 Hs 1951

92

101
50

Elec Ry g 6a
Los Angeles Pacific Oo—
1st refg 4s 1950 opt '15--J&J

100

40

-J&J
1st lien & ref 7s 1946 A_„M&N
1st lien & ref 6s 1947 B
M&N
1st 1 & ref 6s 1943 C
M&N
1st 1 & ref 5%s ser D '49--J&D
1st 1 & ref 5s 1955 ser E..J&D
Watertown L & P 5s 1959.J&J

55

84%

84%

Omario Pow 5s

31

97

M&S

North Ind Gas & El 6s '52.-M&N
Northern N

99

82%

Omaha & Council Bluffs St Rv—
Income 5s 1937
J&J f

Eac\i\c
Pacific

31

29H

1st & ref 5.%s ser B 1960--J&J
1st & ref 5s 1966 ser O
M&N

D

100%

95
85
k

.

96
96

Omaha & Ooun Bluffs Ry & Br

Northern Ind Pub Serv—

ser

E 1961M&N
j&j

1st a f 5s 1952

103%

North El Co & Nor Pap Mills—
1st M fia 1934-1947
M&N

1st & ref 5s 1969

100

valnEle^Ry ABfc M 5b '46J&D

Otter Tail Power Oo

91%

1st

76

J&D

Valley Gas Oorp—
l«t6Hs 1943 (with war)—J&J

North

85%

74

Newp News &
1st & rof 5s




r/f.5¥s

99

95%
93

r»hin a*
Ohio State Telep s*r 1944
6s

Northern Elec Oo Ltd—See Misc

38

102

E^ 'lnkfunds. 1903...jfes

74H

'40 op '20—A&O

Northern Conn Power Co—
1st & ref 5Hs 1946

&

7

97
101

&/?f 7^b '46 ser A. A&O
ref 7i 1947 ser B
F&A

Eef & coll tr 5s 1957

gold 5s 1937 opt
F&A
California Power—
62
1st & cons s f 58 '48 op '15.J&D
|
64
! Northeastern Public Service—
1st 1 & coll 5Hs 1961
100%
101
1
Gen'l 1 & coll 5%s 1961
107%
102%

75

2

n
Ottawa L H & Power—

North Shore Gas Co of Illinois—

56

72%

/

1st & ref 6s 1953 series O.M&S
1st & ref 5b 1954 ser D
M&fl

1st

98

(Hoboken, N J) 5s 1938—A&0

1st & ref g 5s

M

Basis,

I8.1
at

North Jer St Ry—See P S Corp.
North Penn Gas Co—

56%
55%

4Hs 1935
J&J k
Inc 6s Nov 1949 ser A
J&D
New Orleans Ry & Light Oo—
N O Oy & Lake 5a 1943—J&J

b

Deb g 6s 2024
Ohio Public Service Oo—

North Hudson Lt H & P Co

98%

-J&D

A

Ber —
Ohio L & Pow 1st 5s 1944
Ohio Pow 1st & ref 5s 1952 B J& j
1st & ref 4 Hi 1956 ser D-J&D

Ontario Transmission Oo

Si*
73

A&O

5Ha 1948

l8t & consol 5s I960
F&A
o Elec Pow 1st M 5s 1957 J&D

101
96

Ohio-Kentucky Gas Oo—

.

81

79

Spencer 5s 1945.M&N

North Continent Utilities

62

98%
95

Oh

_

orth Carolina Pub Serv Co—

97

76

83

82

ser

Deb 5Hs 1963 ser B

98%
65%

79

A..M&S
F&A15
Deb 5s Nov 15 '69 ser O M&N15
North Amer Light & Power Co—
S f deb 5Ha 1956 ser S
J&J
Serial 5% notes 1933
A&O
Serial 5% notes 1934
A&O
Serial 5% notes 1935
A&O
Serial 5% notes 1936
A&O
orth Boston Ltg. Properties—
5H% notes Dec. 1 1932—J&D
1957

Oonv deb 5s

94

88

series A
J&D
1st 4Hs 1961 ser B
M&N
New Hampshire Pow 6s Dec.1943
N J & Hud Riv Ry & Ferry—
1st gold 4a 1950 opt
M&S
N J Pow & Lt 1st 4%s *60—A&O
New Jersey Water Oo—
1st M 5s 1950
F&A
New London Gas & Electric—
Oonsol & refg 5s 1933
J&J
New Mexico Power—
1st M 5s 1958
J&J
New Orleans Pub Service Co—
1st & ref 5s 1952 series A
A&O
1st & ref 5s 1955 series B
J&D

96

Oo.

66

& Tel—

100

94

1944—J&J

Deb 5s 1961

60

IstM 5s 1950-_
M&S
Debenture gold 6« 1940—M&S
Oklahoma Gas Util 6Hs 1934—
Okla Natural Gas 6t 1946 A. .J&J
1st1 m 6s 1948 ser B
F&A
Oklahoma Power & Water
l"t m 5s 1948 ser A
F&A
Oklahoma Ry i8t & ref 5s '41 .J&J
Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 *51

51

98%
99%
99%

96

61%

Oklahoma Gas & Electric—
20

50"
1st g 5b

12

94
60

ru\9t EM01 tr.6^? 1953 Ber-AA&O
J&J
Edison 1st 5s 1957

100%
40

J&J

6 Ha 1947.

Norfolk St

7

Ohio

Oh n
Ohio

91

—J&D
5% notes Dec 1932
J&D
New Eng Pow 1st 5s 1951—-J&J

107%
102%

40"

36

Uojo Cent Telep 1st 6s '47—J&J

92%

— OO 1—'C5

72

75

Ohio Oities Water Oorp—

76

(Japan)-

_

4

Ltg
103%

M

Niagara Lockport & Ont Power—
1st & ref 5s 1955 series A.A&O

fst mtge 6%s 1953

86

108%
100%

90%

.

Niagara Falls Power—
1st & cons 6s «»er AA '50--M&N
5s series A 1959
J&J

71%

—M&N

mA'S" *£& 19,43

74

1951 ser A
M&N
Westchester Ltg 4s 2004

Y &

100%

o—

.

—

101

15

9

5s ser A 1957

m

Ogden Gas 5s 1945

m

1st M 5s

Deb 5Hs 1954

guar—J&J

6s 1952

/

J&J
Northw Teleg—See W U Teleg
Nova Scotia Light & P .w. r Oo—
1st M s f 5s 1958 ser \. —J&D
Oberpfalz Elec 7s 1946
Ocean City Costal Highw Bdge^
1st

■

102%

1937
M&S
(Oity of) W 5a'41 J&D
New England G & E Association
Deb g 5s 1947
M&S
Oonv deb 5a 1948
J&D
Oonv deb 6s 1950
M&N
New Eng Pow Assn 5s 1948.A&O

2004—J&J

5Hs 1962

m

1st

18%

Northwestern Pub Ser

60

-

4

Oon 5s 1945
NY&Westch Ltg 4s
Deb g 5a 1954 op

in

1st

18

15

7

State El & Gas Oo—

1st

15

mtge 5s 1941 opt
M&S /
Union El (Loop) fis g '45.-A&O /

7s 1942

A—M&N

ser

17
95

4%

97%

Y

i

13
93

Northwestern Power Oo Ltd—
1st m a f conv 6s *60 serA_ J&J

20

8
10

1st ref M 6s 1951

90

95

1st M 5s
New Oastle

N

34th St Crosst 1st 5s '96--A&O /
23d St Ry 5s 1962
J&J Jk
Y & Richmond Gas Co—
i

51

88

82

NO&Garroll con 5s

Sixth Av RR pur M 5s '65.J&J /
Third Ave—See under "T".

71

85%
67%

1957 ser A
J&J
1st 5s sink fund ser B 1957- J&J
Nashville Railway & Lignt—
Cons g 5* 1953 opt 1908—J&J
Ref & ext gold 5s 1958
J&J
Nashville Gas & Heating Oo—
100%
1st M gold 5s 1937 guar-.M&N
Nassau El RR—See Bklyn R T
85
Nassau & Suff Ltg 5s 1945--F&A
5
Nat Elec Pow Oo aeb 5s 1978 J&J /
79
Nat Pow & L deb 6s 2026 A.F&A
66%
Deb 6s 2030 ser B
—M&N
Nat Public Service Oorp—
26
Debenture gold 5a 1978
F&A
26
51"ILLloaICO of
Certificates Vi deposit
/ 12
Nat Foil Bridge 6s 1939
J&J
97%
Nebraska Pow 1st 4Hs 1981-J&D
96
Deb 6s 2022
-M&S
65%
Nev Calif Elec 1st 6s 1956
A&O
74
Debs 6a July 1941
J&J
108
Newark Gas 6a Apr 1 1944._Q-J
102%
Newark Oona Gas con 5s '48. J&D
97%
New Amsterdam Gas 5s 1948-J&J
New Brunswick (Can) Pow Oo—

Gen

/

Lex Ave & P Fy 1st 5s '93 M&S /

---.

Northwest Louisiana Gas—
1st M 6Hs 1933 with warr. J&D
Northwest Elec 1st 6s 1935.M&N
Northwestern Elevated (Ohic)—

1%

12
3%
1%
15
30

/

Ask.

ota.

40

1%

Apr /

.

Bway & 7th Av cons 5s '43 J&D /

73%

IVA

5*

New Eng Tel
1st 5s 1952

1965

1

34%

J&J

A

ser

York Railways—
Bleeck St & F F 1st 4s *50-J&J

'

Telep(Pa)lst 5s '45-A&O
Oo—

-

1965

Adj Income 6s Jan
ew

Certificates of deposit

Narragansett Elec
1st M

1
Prior lien 6s

80

93%

93
100

1

72

Oorp—
1967
A&O

1st mtge 4Hs

101

-

Mutual

70
65
85

Y Power & Light

36

65
60
83

M&S

Con* g 5s 1941

defaulted bona*

Bonds

AA

Bid.

Bonds.

Atk.

34

Mobile Ga* Imp & ref 7* '51-J&D
Mob Lt & RR l*t.g 6* '37..J&D

BONDS

UTILITY

"and Interest" except where marked "f" and laooa>» »uo

NOTICE.—All bond prloea

79
91

82

72

73

44%

45%

73
70

72"

61

98
99
91

65
95

103
96%

100
100

91%
68

96%
104
97%

PUBLIC

.

87

BONDS

UTILITY

NOTICE.—ah bond prices iri "tnd Interest" except where marked "f" end Income end defaulted bond*.

Bid.

Bonds.

ser

J&J

B

1st & ref 6s ser O 1957
J&D
Serial 4 V*% notes 1933—-PAA

99V*
99^

Serial 4Vi% notes 1934—F&A

Serial 4Vi% notes 1935

P&A

Serial 4Vi% notes 1936
F&A
Ohlc G L & O 1st 5s 1937--J&J
Oonsum Gas 1st g 5s '30—J&D
lnd Nat G&O g 5s '36 gu.M&N
Mutual Fuel GaB g 5s '47 M&N

108 Vi

102
85
102 Vi
101
100 Vi
100 '4

101V*

1st

consol 4s
cod

6s

33*

78
68

1st & ref 5s I960

F&A

78Vi

85

82 Vi

103
104
60
23

103 Vi

60

78

°itts &

Ave 5s 1926

W&A
M&N

Rys 5s 1953......A&O

90
60

93
65

Pitts Trac 1st 6s 1927—A&O

60

So Trac 1st & coll tr g 5s *50 A&O
2d Ave Tr 1st 5s 1934
J&D
Gold 5s July 1933
J&J

20

25""

20
30
20 Vi

25

On!ted Trac 5s 1997 ctfs—J&J
West End Trac con 5s '88-J&J
Paila Elect 1st 5s 1966
A&O
1st M 4b 1996
A&O
1st lien & ref

4Kb 1967 M&N
J&A
Philadelphia Elec Power Co—
1st mtge 5 Vis 1972
F&A
Phila & Garretsford St Ry—
1st 5s 1955
F&A
Philadelphia Rapid Transit—
Coll tr g 5s 1957 opt a f__F&A
8 f guar 5s '62 opt 17—M&S
6s geld
1962
M&S
1st m r e 68 1944
J&J
Eq 5 Vis 1932
Eq 5 Vis 1933
Darby Media & Ohes St Ry
1st 4Vis '36 opt '16 gu—J&J
Best Mantua & Falrm 5Via *34
Market Street Kiev Pass Ry
1st g gu 4s 1955
M&N
Onion Traction—
Elec & Peo 4s tr ctfs *45. A&O
m

1st & ref 4s 1971

People's Traction Co—
P P Ry tr ctfs 4s *43 -F&A
W PhUa Pass 2d 5s 1926—
Ext at 5 Vi % to 1956.M&N
PhUa Subur-Oounties Gaa & Elec
1st & ref 4 Via 1957
M&N

20
106
94
102

94 Vi

105 Vi

23""
25

106 Vi

102H
94 Vi
105 Vi

40
45
48

45

63 Vi
98

51

99 Vi

92
22
49

24

69

72

19

22

25

30

45

65

52

__

Phila Sub Water Co—
lit M 5b 1955
1st

M

5a

1st M

M&N
A&O
M&N

1969

44s 1967

1st M 4Vis

1970

-—A&O

PhUa & W Ohes Tr 4s 1954
J&J
Piedmont Hydro-El Co (Italy)—

1st & ref a r 6 Via 1960 ser A A&O
Piedmont & North 1st 5s 1954-J&J
Pitts & Alleg Telep 1st 5s 1949—

102 Vi
95/a

35

J&D

64

101

80

67
104

Rochester

70
106

J&D
M&N

let & ref 5s 1946 ser B

68

72

M&S

55 Vi

J&J-

89
68

Power Corp of Canada Ltd—
Conv deb 4 Vis 1959 Ser B-M&S

60
70
32

98

w*

IV
62*

St

Louis Co
1st M

(Mo)

5Vis 1945

A

M 5s

1945 ser B
St Louis Public Service—
let

92

85 Vi

95"

93

J&D

93Vi

55

56

St Paul City Ry—See Twin City
St Paul Gas Light—
Gen gold 5s 1944—
M&8

40

Power Secur coll tr 6s '49-— J&D

62

41
68

Providence Gaa Co lat 5Vi* 1942
Prussian Elec 6a 1954
Public Elec L Co & (St Albans. Vtl

103

5lVi

53""

lat 5 Via 1956
A&O
Public Service Co of Colorado—

75

80

lat & ref 6a 1953 aerlea A..M&8
lat & ref 5 Via'54 series B..M&S
Deb 6s 1946-.-..
.M&N
Public Service Oo of N H—
lat & ref\5i» 1956 ser A..M&N
1st & ref. 4 Vis 1957 Ber B.A&O
Public Service Co of Nor 111—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op '21—A&O
1st & ref 5s 1966 series O -M&N

85 Vi

Gen & ref 6s 1952

Salt

6s

81 Vi

87

71*

1938-1943—

F&A

Refunding 6s 1956

M&N

99 Vi

101

102

Pub S

103 Vi

65

60

79

95

Van Antonio G & E 5s 1949.M&S

Van Diego Consol Gas & Elec—
1st g 5s 1939 opt 1014— M&S
1st

A ref 5s 1047 «ar

1st & ref 6s

ser

B

O 1947

4Vi % notes 1932

f This price includes accrued interest,

Montreal and Toronto Exchanges.

k Last sale,

fin London,

Mas

M&S
J&D

S f deb

6Vis 1936

104
96
102

91""
103

93

95

19Vi

20Vi

33
20

35
25

79Vi

80

87

89

M&N

87
70

75

A

ser

A&O

1bA¥ ■ f

UtUlties, Inc—
6HsJ939 ser A.M&S

Without privilege..
S°othN E
Telep let 5s
Deb g 5s 1970J&D
So Ohio Elee 6s 1955
—J&D

194§IJ&D

aer D

J&J

1st M 5s 1961
A&O
Southwestern Bell Telep—
1st & ref M 5s 1954 ser A.F&A

103

101

87 Vi

r

88
101

—_M&N

1st M 4Vis 1968

86
77
85

Southwestern Gas & Eleo Co—
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser A ....J&J
1st M 5s 1957 ser B
M&N

88

89 Vi

M&S

A&O

Sou Pub Uta lat 5s 1943
J&J
Southern Trac—See PhUa Oo.
Southern United Gas Oo—
1st lien 6s 1937 with ware A&O /
Southern Wise Pow 5s 1938 -A&O
Southwestern Assoc Telep Oo—

73
80

1st & ref 6s ser A 1939

ser A

1st g 6s 1947 aeries A
J&J
Southern Counties Gas (Calif)
a

a

74Vi

94

87

l®tM 5® 1955

102

91

88
101

Southern Cities Pub Serv bo
Conv deb 6s 1949..
M&N
Southern Cities Utilities Oo—
1st lien & coll 5s 1958....A&0
8 f deb 6s 1958 ser A
F&a
Southern Colorado Power Co—

or vice.

103 Vi

.J&J

k

M&S

South lnd G & E 5Vis
'57. .A&O
Southern Natural Gas
Oorp—
6s 1944 with warr—J&J

52

1st & ref 5s 1958 ser B—.J&J
San Antonio Tr 1st 5s '49..-M&8

1st ref 6s 1952 series A

M&F

1961

87V*|

102

lOlVi,

91

Southern Gas

River Vat Water Users Awn

Sau Angeio Telep 1st 5s 1958 F&A
San Antonio Public Service—

1952 ser B..M&S

94 Vi

R T.

88

86

{■{ £ re' f

1st & ref 5s 1957
a

a

o

12
105 V*

100

South Calif Telep 1st M 5s
194?
Southern Canada Pr Co Ltd—

25

J&J

Salisbury & Spencer—See No Oar
Salmon Rlv Powgu 5s '52 op F&A

9

0 9 H lIk

Southern California Gaa
Oorp—
Collateral trust 5s 1937 .M&BS
Southern California Gas Co—

100

Conv 6% notes 1933
J&J
St Louis Sprlngf & Peoria RRlst & ref gu g 5s '39 opt..J&D

72

1053*

M&S
.J&D

1st 6Vis 1935 ex-warr

99

78

104 V<

-_J&J

Southern Gas Co—

98 Vi

J&D

97"'

95
75

70

opt—J&,

Refunding 5s 1952
Refunding 5s 1954

Water Co—
ser

91
89

A.J&.

B. J&J

58 1941 opt 1916..J&.

funding 5s 1951

_

97 V*
& Light

St Joseph Water 5s 1941
..A&O
St Louts Co Gas 1st 5s 1951

72




97
93 V*

1st cons guar 5s 1959— --M&1
St Joseph Gas—1st 5s 1937--J&J

ser

M 5s 1955

Se? gJ5.8 No,v 1039

103

94

32 Vi

1 sj

vard—See Third Ave Ry.
Southern California Edison—

101"

91

92

on

95

101 Vi

St Joseph Ry, Lt Heat & Powerlet g 5s Nov 1 1937
M&K
1st & ref 5s 1946
J&J

72

Corp.

F&A
6Vis 1938 A..M&*
P&L deb 6s 2025 -M&S
Southeastern Gas & Water Co
1st lien 6s 1944
J&D /
Southern Bell Telep &
Teleg—
_

43

45
54
80

AwT^T8ee Pub Serv

Pittsburgh Water Oo—

l8i? f
Sou B

80
80

70

b Basis,

IVi

75

91 Vi
89

Ushed

27""

41/2

95
40

74

68

J&j

So Texas Gas

100

J&D

k

1st lien & ref 5s 1960

1005*

75

1st mtge s f 4 Vis 1979

t»iL

ls$ "en & ref 5s 1960 ser

•

Gen M 4 Vis May 1948—-M&N
Rutland Ry Lt & P 1st 5s"46. M&^
Safe Harbor Water Pow. Oorp—

M&N
Power Gas & Water Sec Oorp
Coll tr 5a 1948 with warr.M&N

A.M&N

1st M s f 6s 1942 Ser B..M&N

South

104

Ruhr Gas Corp 5 Vis '53 A-.A&O
Rumford FaUs Pow 4s 1945.A&O

St Charles St RR—See N Orl Ry
8t Clair County (111) Gas & El—

72Vi

M&N

8®e N Y Rys

57
90

70

83
72

93

i? Dec * 1943—J&D

h

44

94 Vi

JA

South Carolina Power Oo—
1st lien & ref 6s 1957

94

Rome (N Y) Gas. Elec Lt & P—
1st ref 6s 1946

_

Deb gold 5 Vis 1947-

Rockland Light & Pow—
1st M 5s 1938
1st ref 4 Vis 1958 ser A

F&l

70

99V*

Rome (Ga) Ry & L 5s '40--A&C
85
42

70

a

98

A&O

98
85

42*
92

.

4Vis 1953 ser O—'J&J

86

IV

M&fc

B

South Bay Consol Water—
1st ref 5s 1950

11

/

50"

82

89"

ser

82

67

J

38

91
90

A

ser

35

99

Telep Oorp—

1st & ref

36Vi
130
30

Sioux City Serv 6s
1951—1J&3
Somerset Un & Middlesex Lte—

Oorp—
-M&S Jfc 43
Rochester Gas & Elec Oorp—
102 Vi
Gen M 5 Vis 1948 series O.M&E
96
Gen mtge 4 Ks 1977 ser D.M&F

1957

74V*

87
80

1947
1949

2?~Ir I960 1950
M 5s tn&?

34

2d 5s g 1933 ctf dep
Rochester & Syracuse RR—

66

Co

5

1949

78

25"

67
74

8611 O-F&A

1st

18

64 Vi

1st 6s

75V*

86iy

fV.

ec

■

6s

90

86 Vi
1st mtge 5s 1956 ser B—M&N k
83
1st M 4 Vis 1961 aeries F—A&O k
Potomac El Pow
104 Vi
Cons M g 5s 1936 guar..J&J
106Vi
Gen lien & ref 6s 1953
A&O

Power Corp of N Y—
1st M 6 Vis 1942 Ser

84

5s series E 1962—
-M&S
102
Roch Ry & Lt 6s '64 opt
J&J
Roch Ry cons 5s g 1930.-A&<
/ 22

Portland General Elec Co—

Portland (Me) RR 3 Vis 1951-J&J
1st 1 & con m 5s 1945—M&N
Porto Rico Telep 6s 1944—J&D
Postal Teleg & Cable 5b '53—J&J
Potomac Edison Oe—

84

2d M

M&N
M&N

1st & ref g 58 '40 opt '20—J&J
1st l'n & gen 4 Via 1940
J&J

96

81

57

Lighting Oo—

Power

Pittsburgh Suburban Water Serv
1st 1 & ref 5s 1958
M&S
Pittsbuigh Trac—See PhUa Co
Pittsburgh
Rys—8ee Phila Co
Plattsburg G & El 1st 5s 1939

4% notes Jan 1 1933
J&J
Portland (Ore) Gas & Coke—

56*

93

42

1V

A&O
Shreveport Rys 1st 5s, '33-44.J&J
Sierra Pacific Power Oo—
1st & ref 5s I960 ser A
M&S
Sierra & San Francisco Power—

57

47 Vi
53

— m

62

54
39

fih!.ti8T,}ViJnd 5,*8 1952—J&D

48

100V
100V

63

Shore

47 Vi

Rocb Tel Co gen 5s 1933-A&C
Rockford Elec Co 1st 5s '39.M&S

1st & ref 4Vis I960
5s 1935

39

19631

6s

tT^a aer D '70.-A&O

8beboygan Elec—See East Wis Ej
Shenango Val Water 5s 1956A&0
Shlnyetsu Elec Pow (Japan)—

52

— »

58

1st mtge 5s 1951

Rio de Janeiro Train Lt & P—
1st g 5s 1935
J&J
Rio Grande Valley Gas Co—
1st M 7s 1937 ser A
A&O
Riverside Trac—See Pub Ser Con
Roanoke G-L 5 Vis 1951
-F&A
Roanoke Ry & El 6s 1963—F&A
Roanoke w W 6s 1950
J&J

5>*

Rys."'

18

35

47 Vi

91

75

8

F&A

0011

7% sec. notes 1936
—T&A
Richland Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1937
A&O
Richmond (lnd) W W Oorp—
1st M 5s 1957.
.M&N
Richmond (8 I) Lt & RR—
1st coll tr g 4s 1952
J&J

conv

87

1st M&colsf 4Vis '67SerA
A&O
1st col tr 4Vis '68 ser B..M&N
1st coll tr 5s '70 ser O

95Vi

!«*

85::
100

Second Ave Trac—See Phila Oe—
Shawinlgan Water & Power Oo—

100 Vi

33Vi

103""

72 Vi

-.J&D16

SeiSiri3g?t(nTco^1914--M&8
™K.MeT1914---&2
Second Ave—See

99 Vi

6s 1952
M&N
6s 1953 with war..F&A
Cons 6s 1955 with rights.-A&O

1st M

99

1st &
1947...
F&A
g 1932...M&N /
Seattle-Everett Traction—

69

995*
99 >i

89V*

83

Jcrap. Trac 1st 6s

100 Vi

m

Deb g 5b

40"

Ry—lst^s Nov *32.J&J f,
ref 5s
f

N Y

100
92

m

81

102

1st & ref 6s 1967 ser
A_. F&A

89

Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germ'y
Mtge g 7s I960M&N

91

78

'

«8* ^ ^19i6^?Pt 1919

4Vi% notes 1933

Rhine-Ruhr

fon

89

Scranton

71
68
64 Vi

66

Certificates of deposit
Wat Serv
Union—
Extl deb 6s 1953—
J&J

102

82

Scranton-Hpg Brook Water Serv4Vi% notes 1932
J&D15

37
10 Vi

69Vi

M&N

Pitts Alleg & Man—See PhUa Co
Pitts & Charlerol—See PhUa Co
P McK & Con—See W Penn Rys

Pomerania Elec. 6s 1953

102 Vi
95 Vs

100

Rochester Central

100 Vi

102

1st & ref 4Vis 1950 ser D.J&D
Quebec Power Oo—
1st M & coll tr s f 5s 1968.J&D
Queensb >ro Gas & El 6s '52-J&J
Ref 5s 1955
M&S
Ref 4 Vis 1958
M&S
Conv g deb 6vis 52 sot A.A&O
RaUway & Light Sec 5s 1952-..Rap Tr St Ry—See Pub Ser Oorp
Reading Trac 6s 1933
J&
Republic Gas 6s A 1945
J&D

27

99

Scioto Val Ry & Pr 1st 6s'43. J&D
Scranton Elec 5s '37
opt '12.J&J
Scranton Gas & Water Oo—
1st 4 Vis 1958—
M&S

mm

101 Vi

98

Direct

24 Vi

101

a

m'm'mm

35

1st & ref 5s 1950 ser O

75

..A&O

Schenectady Railway Co—
'

9

92 Vi

Birm Traction—

Pitts & Charlerol 6s '34Pittsb

:

9lVi
60

*8t 5s 1945 opt aft 1910 J&D

1st & ref 6s 1945 ser B...A&0
Savannah Elec Oo 5s g '52. J&J
Say re (Pa) Elec 5s 1947
A&O

30

Puget Sound Power Oo—
1st g gu 5s 1933 opt

*94*

Joaquin Light & Power—

Savannah Elec & Power Co—
1st & ref 7 Vis 1941 ser A..A&O

101

Puget Sound Power & Light—
1st & ref 5Vie 1949
J&D

0

102

Q

34""

32

35
73

82""

Mount

!m&N /

1942...

Sauda Falls Oo Ltd—
lat s f 6s 1956 ser a

74

100
99
42

M&S

6s 1938

f 7s

s

Joaquin Lt & Power Corp—

San

1st col tr conv 6Vis 1948—A&O

conv

i°oi

Unlf & re/ 6b 1952 ser B..M&S
Unlf & ref 5s 1957 ser D—J&J

71

Secured

Uy

41 Vi
Deb
San

111

37

1st & ref 4 Vi * 1970—
F& A
1st ref 4s 1971
A&O
Public UtUlties Consol Corp—
1st M 5 Vis 1948
M&S

28'"

60

El

Sand Frem & So Ry—See Lake fi
Not callable.

So Jersey Gas El & Trac—
Guar g 5s Mar 1 1963..M&h
Public Service Elec & Gas Oo—
1st & ref 4Vis 1967.
J&D

21

95

58

-M&

Sandusky Bay Bdge 1 st 0 Vi s '42 J5

110
80

Atk.

93

70""

2d 6s '14 ext 5% to '44-A&C
Riverside Trac 5s 1960—J&i

70

Oo—

99

Nor Jer St Ry 4s 1948—M&N
Or & Pass Vaf 1st 5s '38—J&I>
Pater son Ry—

21
60

Millv Et & Sh 5s 1923

Browns*

985*
72
67

J&J

1st g 5s Dec 1 1950— -J&D
EUsabeth & Trent 5s '62.A&C
J O Hob & Pat 4s 1949--M&N
P S Newark Term Ry 5s'55 J&D

35

84

J&D
Alleg Belle & Per 5s 1935-A&0
Ardmore Street 5s 1958—A&O
Central Trac 1st 5s 1929..J&J
Duquesne Lt 1st M 4 Vis'67 A&O
1st M 4Jis 1957
M&S
Duquesne Trac 1st 5s '30
J&J
Fed 8t & P V 5s May 1 '42.J&J
Ft Pitt Trac Ut 5s 1935—J&D
...

M&N
Morn'slde El St Ry 5s *35 A&O
Washington St Ry—
1st & coll tr gu 5s 1933. A&O
Pitts Alleg & M gen 5s '30 A&O

79]*

Cons Trac 1st 5s 1933—J&D
Ells Plain/ & Cent Jersey Ry—

102 Vi

63

Main

Philadelphia Company—
Secured gold 5s 1967

80 Vi
79

Trust certs 6% perpet—M&is
Camden Sub 1st 5s 1946—J&J

3Vi

M&N

1948

1948—.....

795*

1st mtge 5s 1961 ser C..-.M&& k
First mtge 5s 1957 ser D.M&N
Public Service Oorp of N J—

Peoria Water Works Co—
1st

ref 4Vi" 1978 ser D.M&N k

1st lien & ref 6 Vis ser G '37

103 Vi

Peoples Light & Power Oorp—
1st lien 5 Vis 1941
J&J
Conv deb 5s 1070
J&J
Peoples Tract. See Phila R T

Ban Diego Water Supply
1st m s f 5s 1955

Public Service Oo of Oklahoma

102

Bid

Bonds

Ask.

1st & ref 4 Vis 1980 ser E—J&J k
1st & ref 4 Vis 1981 ser F..A&C

i»t &

107 Vi
100 5*
84
101 Vi
100

Bid

Bonds.
Pub Service Co of Nor 111 (Con)—

82

Peoples Gas (N J) lBt 5b '68. J&D
People's G L & Coke, Chlcagolst cons g 6a 1943
A&O
Refunding gold
1047—MAS
1st & ref 4s 1981

Ask.

64

100 Vi
42
42

105
105

98
92
98 Vi

68

100Vi
43
45

108
107
101

96
99 Vi

14Vi

16 Vi

92 Vi

93Vi

46

105V*
80
79

47
106
82

81

99"
104

100

n Nominal,

r

Canadian price,

s

Sale price,

t

Minimum price estab-

Southwestern Light &
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
1st M 5* 1957 ser B
Southwestern Natural
lit s f 6s 1945

Pow Oo—

F&A
F&A

30%

63

Public Service

f 0s 1945 ser A
Southwestern State* Telep
lit M 6s 1948
Southwest Gas Oo—
1st lm 0 Ha "37 with warr_
Spg Br'k Wat 1st ref 5s

Oo—

17

94%

A&O

Y &
Util 7s 1940

60

60

47%

Without warrants
United Ilium Oo New Haven—

24

1st 4s Feb 1 1940
United Light & Power

M&*
1st M 4%s 1970
M&S
1st M 6s 1961
J&D
Syracuse Gas g 5s 1940
J&J
Syracuse Lake Shore 6c North 1st M g 5s '47 opt 17—M&N
Syracuse Lighting 5s g 1951-J&D
1st & ref 5 His 1954——-F&A
5s
series B 1957
J&J
Syrac Rap Tr 1st g 6a 1940-M&I:
2d rntge g 5s 1930
J&J
Taiwan Kloc Pow.—See Foreign G

49
106

Tampa Electric Oo—
1st M g 58 1933 s f
Deb 6s
Tennessee

88

105

1st & ref 5s 1956
Tenn Pow gu 5s 1962

9

38%

39%

80

J&D
J&DI
opt—M&N j

go
S8

92

lit & ref

A&O

87
65

Traction & Light—
1st con M g 5s 1954
M&N
Terre Haute W W Oorp—
1st M 6s 1949 ser B
J&D
1st M 5s 1956 ser B
F&A

§8%
69

Terre Haute

83

so

go
so
Texarkana W 1st 6s "58
F&A
75
Texas Cities Gas 1st 5s '48--M&N %
45
Texas Elec Ry 5s 1947
J&J / 214
Tex Trac 1st 6s 1937 opfc..J&j )
2
Electric
let mtge 5s

Texas

Service Oo—
1900

Util. 6s 1945
Texas-Louisiana Power
1st 6s 1940 series A

B

41
21 %
90

Croastown—Set

Power 1st 5s '79-F&A
Electric Power (Japan)—
1st s f 7s 1955 ser A
M&S15J
Tokyo Elec Light Oo (Japan)lst g 6s 1953 series
J&D15|
Toledo Edison 1st 5s 1947--M&S

15

56

46

50
45

NY

64

36

100%
a

el

Ry con g 5s '33-J&J
Trl-State Telep & Teleg—
5%s 1942
M&N
1st M 5s 1942 ser B
M&N
Trenton St

Ry—See Un Tr (Alb)
28th & 29th Sts—See 3d Ave Ry
23d Street Ry—See N Y Rys
Twin Olty Rapid Transit Oo—

39

100%

& ref 5%a 1952—J&D
St Paul Oity Ry—
Cable cnt 6s 1937
J&J15
Ouaraaeed
Twin States Gas & Electric—
1st & ref 5s Oct 1953
A&O
1st 1 & ref 5 %s 1945 Ser A-M&S
1st lien

96

98%

ibl"

40

101%

102%

100

101

F&A I /

Hydro-Elec Pow Oo—
7%s 1955
M&M

1st M s f
Guar s

f 7s 1952

UJlgawa Elec Power
1st M 1 f 7i 1945




35

.

/

F&A

(Japan)—

M&S 16

M&N

32%
55
55

86

93%

94%

—-

56
42

43

51

56

62%
64%
62%

69

70

69

72

103

100%

99%|

100

31

32

27

28%

Utilities Public Service Oo—
6s

J&D

1933

1st 6s

Va Elec & Pow 1st 5s

—

1942—J&Di

1955—A&o|*

1

3

16

18

99%
97

101%

1st & ref 5%s 1946 ser A—F&A A:
1st & ref 6a 1950 ser B
J&L)|fc

1st & ref 6s series O 1952.M&S

74%
56%

102"

70%

.

1946

F<Xi--

J&J,

PUBLIC UTILITY STKS.

67

Virginia Ry & Power—
101%
1st & ref g 6s 1934
.--J&J
98
Norf & Ports Tr 5s *36—J&D
Washington Bait & Ann El—
1,
4
1st M 6s Mar 1941 op—M&M/
3%
Otfs of deposit
\f
100%
Wash'n (D O) G L 5s 1960—M&N
6s M 1933 series A
A&O
101
6s m 1936 ser B—-.—--A&O
99%
4%% notes 1933
A&O

F&A

60
60

76

101%
100
5

5

63
63

40
85

A&O

40

Olty & Sub 5s g 1948
F&A
Washington & Suburban Cos-—
Ooll trust 5%s 1941
M&S
Washington Water Power Oo—
1st ref 5s 1939 op
J&J

44

Iflfc

Elec—8ee"3d

104%
97%

Av

Ky.|

Par
71
62

[S28H

29

59

4

Class B
Amer

69
59

10(

—(f

Allegheny Traction—See Phlla Amer Cities Pow & Light cl A-25

4%

93
10

?34*

—-———...

Pw com A(
Oammonw'lths1 Pw com A(t,

B

89

17 first preferred^
0 % ""
$61' first preferred
DlsTel of N J com (no par
Preferred
...—10(
Amer Elec-Power $6 Dr.— (ft
Acner & Foreign Pow cam (no par

Amer

lH
il*

1

17 Preferred
-.-(no par
$7 second pref series A
(t
$6 cum pref
(t
Amer Gas &

63

Elec com... (no par

105
98

6%

Preferred

$6
S5

4

3%

98

-—-—--.25

Gas com——(t)
& Light com..—(

Amer Natural
Amer Power

98%

—-(t

Pow $0 1st pref—(t)
American Light & Traction..—25

Amer Gat &

preferred
pref ser A

7%
14%

i3%

5

Warrants

$0 preferred
62

94

1Q^Q

preferred—
$5 preferred

pref

!=:l;

99%

58

Westchester

Power $7

Common

42

1st & gen 5s 1960
J&J
Waterbury Gas Light Oo—
1st mtge 4%s 1958
M&N
Waterloo Oed Falls & No Ry-—
1st M s f g 5s 1940 op '15--J&J
Certificates of deposit
Watert'n L&P—See No N Y Otll
Waukesha Gas & Electric Oo—■

Alabama

Id

56

Anacost & Pot 5s 1949

86

"

57%

--M&N
1st lien & ref 6s w w 1960-F&A
Wash Ry & El g 4s 1951
J&D
1st M 5s 1955

87%

Light—
85
89%
1st 1 & ref 5s 1960 ser E—M&N
85%
1st lien & ref 5s 1958 ser F J&D *
Wisconsin Pow. Light & Heat—
91
1st & ref 6s 1946
J&D
Wisconsin Public Service Oorp—
93%
lBt 1 & ref 6s 1952 ser A—-A&O
1st & ref 6%s 1958J&J.* 89
Wise Pub Service Oo—
•
1st & ref 6s. 1942
J&J * 94
Wisconsin Ry Light & Power—
99
1st & ref 5s 1933
F&A
93
90
Wisoon Rlv Pow 1st 5s 1941 M&N
94
Wise Val El 1st & ref 5s '42M&N
ilH
97
1st mtge 5%s 1942
M&N
Worcester & Conn Eastern Ry—
1st s f g 4%s 1943
-J&Ji
87
85
Yadkin River Pow 1st 5e '41.A&O,
Yonker* Ry—See Third Ave Ry. I
York Haven Wat&P 1st 5s'51 J&D
85
York Rys 1st M g 5s *37 opt. J&D
82% L.
Youngs-Shar Ry & Lt —See Mah& ®
Sanesv Ry L & P—See Ool New & Zanesv
.

101%

28

1st M 5%i 1953

32%

48

99

F&A

84%

ft IsconBln Power &

101

J&D

96

89%

1st M 4%s 1961

82

100

76

73

'57-J&D15I
J&J

1st & ref 5s June 15

103

J&J

99%

Wisconsin Minn Light & Power—
1st & ref 5a 1944 opt'19—M&N
Gen & ref 7a 1947J&J

J&Dlf

Oonv

09

1952 opt 1919
J&D
Wisconsin Hydro-Elec Oo—
1st M 5s 1947
A&O
Wisconsin Michigan Power Oo— I

33

1st 1 & gen M 5s 1944
F&A
1st 1 & gen M 4%s 1944—F&A
Uilca El & P 1st 5s 1950—J A

Utilities Service 6s 1953—

42

1st g 5s

33

28

_

Deb g 5%s 1947
Deb 6s 1959 with warr
Wthout warrants

85

1954 ser A
F&A
Wisconsin Gas & Electric—

A&O

S f M 6* 1953

94

1st M 5a

If

Washington Gas & El Oo—
1st s f 5%s 1947

Natural Gas Oo—
1933

30

89

85

Ref M 6s 1954

Eq 7%s Feb 15 1936 —F&A If
Unit Rys (Phlla)—See Unit P & 1
United Rys of St Louis—
,
Gen g 4s July 1 1934
J&J I
Olty & Sub Pub Serv 5s '34-J&J
United Traction (Albany)—
.
Con g 4%s 2004
J&D
Albany R^ con M 5s B '30-J&J
g
Gen g £s 1947
J&D
Troy Olty Ry 6s g 1942-A&0
(Tnlt TrfPlttsb) —See Phlla Oo.
United Wat G&E5sl941
Unterelbe Power & Light Oo—

89

100

A&0,r
Wisconsin Electric Power Oo—

Deb s r 6s

kj

Troy Olty

Oonv deb 6s

20

96
89

83

30

20

10-yr sec conv 5%s 1942 —M&S
Virginia Public Service Oo—
1

50

83

'42.M&S

'42—J&D

Lake Ko EI 1st 5s

Virginia Pow

Ry

60%

84*

Cent Ry ext and Imp 5s.-1932
Extended to 1934 at 6% M&S

91

48

8t Ry fts 1935

W'msport Gas—1st g 5s '39.F&A
Willlamsport Water Oo—
1st m 5s Aug 1952 ser A--M&S
Wilmington & Chester Traction—
Ooll trust 0s ext 1933
A&Oi
Winnipeg El Oo 1st ref 5« '35 J&Ji£

Gen 5s 1952 series E

25

§*
20

12

Gen 6%s 1949.
Gen M 5s 1956 ser D

38

Norw—See Lake Shorh bi Kv
93
Tol G E & H con 1st g 5s 35-A&01
Toledo Light & Power Oo—
&
6% notes 1932-.
J&D
qq
Topeka Ry & L 1st 5s 1933-F&A
102%
Trenton G & El g 6s 1949—M&S

Tyrol

5%|

Utlca G & El ref & ext 5s '67.J&J

40

Toho

Twin States

White Line

Wichita Ry & Lt 5s 1932
.vichlta Water 6s 1949—.—M&S
1st M 5s 1950. ser B
F&A1
1st m 5s 1960 ser O
M&N

F&A

1st g gu 4%s 1953
Baltimore Traction Oo—

22

42

48

16
20

2

Utilities Power & Light- Oorp—

Tide Water

Tol Frem &

89%

100%

14

60

6

80

Wheeling (W Va) Electric Oo—
1st M 5a 1941 opt
M&N

18

64

a

Thirty-fourth St

36%

Utah Power & Light Oo—
Deb 6s May 1 2022

92

36

36

23%
101

82
47

36 ^

J&J / 24%
M&S
22%

2
100 %
88
89

56%|

5%% notes Nov 15 1932-M&N
Westphalia United El Pr (Germ)
1st M s f 0a 1953
J&J
Whatcom Oo Ry&Lt 5s '35.M&N

11

9

Utah Lt & Tr 1st 5s 1944 A—A&O

M&S /

57
83

Utilities Oorp—
coll tr s f 5%s 1948---J&D

35

Utah Gas& Ooke 1st 5s 1930-J&J

& Lt 1st 5s 1937 - J& D
Deb g 6s 2022 ser A
— J& J
1st & ref 5s 1950
M&N
Third Avenue Ry (New York)—
1st ref g 4s 1960 opt aft '14 J&Jl
Adjlncg5snn 1«*. r- opt—A&O f
Jan I960 »orr
tb. ir
Third Ave RR 1st 5s g r37..J&J
Dry Dock E Bway & Battery1st 5s gold 1932
J&D
Gen ref M ser O incJan 1960|
Sou Boulevard g 5a 1945--J&J
Union Ry 1st 5s g 1942._F&A
Westchester El 1st 5s g '43 J&J
Yonkers Ry 1st 5s 1946--A&O

,

Western

39%

26

Texas Pow

75

gS*1

Fdg & R E M 4%s g '50—M&N
0%s Aug I 1930
F&A
25-year g 5s 19A1
J&D
30-year 5s Mar 1 1900
M&S
Mat Un6s ext at 5%to'41.M&N
Northw'n gu g 4%s 1934—J&J
1st

47% I
60%

17

10

11

86

Oo—

63

84

83

85
1 6%

J&J

Texas Gas

1st 5%s 1960 series
Sf dob 6s 1942

80

74

51

9

75
9

6

15

United Railways of Havana—

Tennessee

g*i

_

60

88

Income g 4s 1949 op *29--J&D
Inc funding g 5s 1930
J&D
Bait Sparrows Ft & Ohes—

102"

71

54'

78

J&J

No Bait DIv 1st 5s

100
91

%|

53
48

1st mtge 5s

23

18?*1

West Un Teleg coll tr 5s 1938-J&J

'52—A&0|*

Unit Rys & Elec (Baltimore)
1st consol g 4s 1949——M&t
1st con M 6s 1949
M&J-

83

75

53

1947 ser B
F&A
1st 6s series A 1944
J&J
United Power & Tran—
United Rys tr ctfs 4s '49-J&J
United Public Service Oo—
■,
Ooll tr 6s 1942 ser A
A&O /
6%s 1933 with warr
A&0|J.
United Pub Util 6s 1947 A—A&O
1st lien 5%s 1947 ser B—A&O
1st lien 6s 1947 ser O
A&O

101%

60
' 20

Western United Gas & Elec Oo—
1st 5%s 1955 Ser A
J&D

52

75

5%sl952—.-.—.F&A

53

F&A
2-yr 6% notes Feb 15 '33-F&A
Western Puolic Service Oo—
1st & ref 5%s 1960
F&A
Western United Oorp—
Ooll tr s f 0%s 1955
J&D

101

M&N.

6s 1975

—

50

OA

,

M&N

1st M 5s 1951

51

M&N

1

....

—

_

6%s"37 with war.J&D

Western P L & Telep—
1st 1 coll 0s 1948 ser A

99

United Power & Light (Kansas)—

ovt.

F&A
M&N

Public Service—
5s 1970-Ternl Hydro Elec 0%s 1953

105

3

Co—

1943.
1955
Fenesssee Electric Power—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
1st M 5s
Ref m 6s

r

104%

on—J&i.
Oo—
J&D

1958
Eastern Elec

Dob g

103

104
5

f

s

68

_

77

|*

F&a

Deb 6s 1973

Bond & Share

Telephone

Deb g

United Lt & Rys 0j A

75

--

103

1st 1 & consol 5%s 1959--A&0

47

73%

64

96

49%|

„

A&O
_

105%

65

west Va-Ohlo River Bridge—
lst M 6%s 1952
J&J
Western Mass Oos—
4 % % notes Sept 15 '34-M&S15
Western N Y Utilities fis '40-J&D
Western N Y Water Oo—
J
1st M 5%s 1950
M&N

.

Oo—

Deb g 0%s 1974

35

Ry.

1968

1st

3

—

103

Oo of Philadelphia
Apr 1 '52 op "07 A&O
Super-Power Uo of lit —
let 4%s

'

51

1st e f g 5s

West Texas Utilities Oo—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
Weat Virginia Gas Oo—

10

f
f

Flrstllen5%s 1951 ser A.M&N
61
Union Water Wks Oo—
1st lien 5%a 1942
M&S 15 /* 14
Unit Elec Oo of N J 4s'49.-J&D
97
United Elec Rys (Providence) —
65
Gen ref M 5s Jan 1951 ser A
50
Gen ref M 4s Jan 1951 ser B
United Elec Serv (Italy)—
Extl 1st s f 7s 1956 ser A—J&D.

52

30

A&O

Stettin Pub
Suburbau Gas

101%

106%
105
95%

M&S
G—J&D
J&J
West Penn Tr 1st 5s I960--J&D
W Phlla Pass Ry—See Phlla RT
1st M 4s 1901 ser H

20

(

64

}05%

A.M&S

1st M 5s 1956 series

1st 5s '19 ext at 6% to '32.J&J
Indianap North 5s 1932—J&J
Man & Un Oity 5s 1930-J&J
Union Water Service Oo—

22

Queen*! O

100

1,

Ry

46%

Oorp—

By—See N

Ave

58

A.M&N

Stein way

Third

50

B.—J&D

Standard Telephone Oo—
1st 1 col tr 5%a '43 *er

100

g

1st M 5s '40 op '21 «er
1 st M 5s 1963 series E

Elevl

49

F&a

1957

83

58

6s 1951
F&A
6s I960
.l&D
0% conv notes 1935
A&O
Standard Power & L Oorp—
08

95%

81%

Debenture

Deb g

20

100%

West Penn Power—

J&J * 103%

Blev RR—See N W

Ry—See

100%

102

Union Trac Oo of Indiana—

30

M&S

Debenture

Standard Public Service
1st Hen 6s 1948 ser

(Jnlon
Onion

M&N
'05-A&O

1935—

70

67

J&J

Springfield (Mo) Gas & Elec Oc
1st tntge 5s 1957 ser A—J&D
Springfield (O) Lt, Ht & Power
General & ref 5s 1933.. .A&O
Standard Gas & Elec of Delawart
0% g notes

5s

New
Onion Elec L & Pow of Illinois—
1st g 5%s 1954 ser A

Oo—

1st M s

General

31%

62

M&N

62%

100

106%

105%

West End St Ry—See Boston El
West PennElec. deb 5s 2030-A&O

100

1954
J&D
1967 ser B—F&*
1957A&O
A&O

Genl mtge 5s

Power & Light—
0s 2022 series A.
M&S

5b'50--J&D

103%

Westchester Lt 1st

aft "18 M&N

Gen 5s series A

65

63

Gae Oo—

Southwestern

Southwestern

Ref & ext 5s '33 op

101%
103%
100%

L—

U alon El Lt & Pow Oo of St

05 h

fc

-» •—■ -

marked 'f end

except wtiero

prices art "and Interest

BOTIOA.— All bond

Deb g

BONDS AND STOCKS

PUBLIC UTILITY

88

„

i

26%

27%

"

5

17%

"8"
18

Ok 21

i)

8

...(,
(t

"9%

"9%

30

31%
25%

24%

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

89

■OTIOI.—All bond prlooi ir« find Interest" except where marked "("and Inoome and defaulted bonds.

Stocks.

ma.

Par.

Ask.

Stocks.

Amer Public Service 7% pref.100
Amer States Sec. com A

(t) d

Amer States Pub Serv A

S3 preferred
Amer

3

d
d

Superpower Oorp

mm

d

com

First preferred

Preferred $0 series—
American Telep A Teleg

100

Amer Wat Wks & Elec com
Oom voting trust ctfs

mm

-m

Preferred

mm

4%
57%
36%
103%

it) d
(t) k

5

Preferred

23

92

X

234
234
4%

4

2*
8

|4 preferred....—,

3
d

2%

$8 lnt bear allot ctfs

14%

17"
20

34

57

10
13

Atlantic City Elec, 50 pref

Com'wealth Pr Corp 0% pf—100
Commonwealth A Sou Oorp comf

50

Beston Elevated RR com....100

%65%

(t) d
IK
Bridgeport Gas Light
(t) d 40
Bridgeport Hydraulic Cs—...20 d 29
Brit Col Pow Oorp A
(t. dr 21
Class B
(f> d
3%
Broad River Power 7% pref—100
B'way A 7th Av RR—See N Y Bys
Brockton Gas Light Oo v t C—26 d
18
Brooklyn City KR
10
Bklyn-Manhat Transit—(no par) d 21%
Brazilian Tr Lt A Pow ord

Canada Nor Pnw

d

61

d

54

Oonsol Gas Utll class A
Glass B

2X
29%
66 34
8

32

22"

20%
85%

21%

88"

55

Eastern N J Pow

13

18

9

~3"

Class A full paid

45

ds

18

Elec Power <v Lignt

3

.Vf.

4-

x

1

ICO lO

55"

"2%

"2%

80

31%
30

33
46

60

70

24 K

4%

85

~i

Preferred 7%

Inland Utilities partic A
(t
Interboro R T vot trust ctfs_.10<
Internat Hydro-El Syst A.
(t

d

Class A warrants...
Internat Ocean Teleg (guar)
Internat Power com

il»

8
8

12
24

Chicago Rys partic ctfs aeries 1..

4

Series 2

X

n—
Engineers Pub Serv com
55 conv pref

X

_

100

(t

(t
$534 pref (with warrants)..(t
$6 preferred
(t^
Erie Lighting pref
..(no par
.....

...

Essex

84

_.

A

Hudson Gas..

Iowa Southern Utll

7% oref

Cincinnati Car Oo class B ...—(t)
Preferred
—....20

Falrm't Pk A Hadd Pass

90

...—100

90

35

38

9*

d

8

d

33

40

d

35%

40

d

38

50

10

147

2

2%

29

31

32

35

9%
31

19*

50

76

100

50

61

63

66

90'
6%
d

12H
82%

71%
90
72

1834

3*

2.

d

Marconi Wlrel (Canada)

50
...

92

10%
5%

1%

—

Market St Ry (San Francisco). 10t
Preferred
...._——10<

1

....

——101

2%
%

Second preferred
1(X
Mass Power A Light Associat'n
warrants

IK

...

Common without warrants
—....

18

......

Warrants

Mass Utilities Associates

v

t c„

98"

30

Mackay Companies pref
—10(
Manhattan Elev Ry (N Y)...10t
Modified guarantee...—101

with

59

73

d

Common

80
88

94"

d

Preferred

Ry—Set Phila R T.

...

56

21

preferred..

69

85

.....2)

Prior

80
71

60

Lynn Gas A Elec Co
15

78

d

Lowell Gas

20%

l3-

103

Long Island Lighting com
(T;
7% preferred
101
0% preferred
]0(
Los Angeles GAB Oorp, pref.lOt
Louisiana Power A Lignt 50 pf (t
Louisv Gas A Elec com cl A_.(t
Louisville Railway Oo
I0i
Preferred...
10*

Light

22

67%

pf—10
LincolD Telep A Teleg com...100
Lone Star Gas Oorp
(i
lot

IX

...

%

Preferred

8

69

7% pref—100

%

9%

22

1%
%

(t

3
35

%
20

1(>

Lowell Electric

10

Federal Light A Tr com
16 d
Preferred (56) ........——(t) d

I

68
35

1934
14X

Fall River Elec Light....
2f d
Fall River Gas Works..—26 d

88

Cine New A Gov Lt A Trac—.100

k

Kentucky Securities Oorp
10L
Preferred (0%)
100
Kentucky Utilities, pref— ....100
Keystone Telephone preference 6u
Kings Oo Ltg 7% pref
lu*
5% preferred
10<
Laclede Gas Light
10(

23%

142

dk

(t) d

Preferred

.L*

d

ifM

Kansas City Pub Serv com

12%
9%
6%

]

Kansas Uit> Power A Light—
1st pref 56 series B
—it

28

18

d

2"

—.100

Lexington Utilities 6

30

61

32

d

10<

5% % preferred

65

100

56

57 preferred ex war
(i
Warrants new for cl B stockInterstate Power pref 57
()

Lake Sup Dist Pow

4

4%
5%

d

(t

B

20X
3X

European Elec class A.

5%

.10

Internat Power Securities
com.(t
56 preferred
(+
International Ry v t c
10

40

...100 dk 16
1UU s
17
100

034% preferred
6% preferred

4
d

X0<

48

8

rtic stk.(t
Empire Power Oorp partic stk.(
56 preferred
Empire Pub Serv. com

3

15

Preferred

24%

6%
6%

10

74

d

26

10'

"5"
7234

io>

39%
5 IT
5K

Empire A Bay State Teleg....100
Empire District Elec 0% pf
10<'
Empire Gas A Fuel Co pr 8%.10(

22

175

Oorp

82

68

Indianapolis Gas..
g<
Indlanap Pow A Lt 6% % preflOt
Indlanap A Southeast Tr pf
10»
Indianapolis Street Ry Oo
.101
Indlanap Water pref
Inland Pow A Light 7% pref.IlOi

46

El Paso Electric Co (Del)
Preferred series A 7%.....100

X

174

147
85

50 preferred
(t,
Illinois North Utilities 0%preflOi
Ilium A Power Secur 1st
pref_l()<
Indiana 8ervlce Oorp com
lot

Preferred

23^

«

70

24

(t)
(T)

15"

83

142

10(

Kansas Elec Pow 7% pref
101
Kansas Gas A Elec 7% pref—10(

50

(t)

10

4

d

—101

0% preferred
1

4

:1L

Ells A Tren RR—See Pnb 8

"l%

170

10

Jamaica Water Supply 57 pref. 50 d
Jersey Cent t ow <* u* ? Vouiouu

2

(1)

50 cum pref
...
Optional warrants

19

dk 25

....—




Oorp

Second pref (57) ser A

100

....

...

2*
41

26

Debenture rights

100

preferred..
Elec Power Association.....
$6

K
21K

Chic Dist Elec Generat 50 pref (t)

Preferred

d

Eighth Ave RR—See N Y Rys
Electrical Securities. 5% pref.100
Electric Bond A Share
.....(f)
50 preferred
(t)
10

43

40

fnr

_

A

(t)

Conv stock
East Kootenav Pow Ltd

50
40

i

Preferred
Haverhill Elec Light.
Holyoke Water Power

47

1834
25%

_

Italian Superpower common A

3

2

(t) d

Read'g El—See Read'g Trac
Edison Elec Blum (Boston)—100

dk

Transp——..100

mm

1

234

d

mm

East

Chic City A Con com part ctfs.(t
Pref partic ctfs
—(no par

Gas

mm---

Eastern Util Assoc com

12

Cincinnati

6334

26

mm

%
IK

n

m mm

24

40

Chris A 10th Sts RR—See NY Ry
Cincinnati Gas A Electric pref 100

6%

53

42

mm

45

'

(t) dk 1834
2 K
(t)

—.100
100

com(B)(t)

i

36

m.

40

Internat Superpower
1 k
International Teiep A Teleg_.(i
d
International Utilities A
d
.(*

i

■

50c

100
(t) d
0% cum pref100

83^% pf (t)
25

■

i

634

100

Shore G A El
Eastern States Pow Cor

47

Class

Adjustment stock

Eastern

i

57 pref without warrants...(t) dk 21%
preferred series B....—(♦) dk 29
Eastern Texan Elec Co..
(t) d

(t)

preferred A
7.2% prior pref ser B

i

87

———(t)

Prior

60c"

102
85

100

_

20c

i

Eastern Michigan Rys

64

0% cum pref (without warr).100

_

97%

99

100

57

Central Pow A Light 7% pref.100
Cent Pub Serv (Del) com
(t
Class A
!

Series 3

m.

5834

Preferred B stock

87

Certificates of deposit

mm

82

6% preferred
——.100
434 % prior preferred—
100 k

82

Cent Vermont Pub Ser 50 Pi--(L
Ohes A Poto Tele ef Bait pref.100

mm

45

100

East Shore Pub Serv

d

:

96

Eastern Mass St rty coin—lou
First preferred stamped .—.100

13%

lOO ICO

80"

51%

55
14
7
57

13%

1

77

77"

50

43

...

1

40

52

d

5934
35

Duquosne Gas Oorp com
(t)
Duquesne Light—See Phila CoEastern Gas A Fuel Assoc's—
Common
.(t)

62

Chicago Rap Tran com
Certificates of deposit

57

(t) d

50

45'

0% preferred

50

(f

70"

2

64
80

Illinois Pow. A Lt. 0%
pref—100

IX

173

170

k

84

Chicago City Ry

95

lx

—100

Preferred

63)1

6% preferred

...100

Edison

Duluth-Superlor Trao Co..

88

60

d

.......

94%

it!

100

Derby Gas A Elec 57 pref

5X

Greenwich WaterAGas 0% pf_10(
Gulf States Utll 56 pref
(t
55.50 pref
>+
Hackensack Water
2s

Houston Ltg A Pow pref
7%.. 10i
Houston Natural Gas pref
Stock purchase warrants—

57

Dayton Power A Light 0%preflOO
Denver Tramway com
(t, d
Preferred
.100

d

78

deposit..

com
)..

Duke Power

0% conv pref... —
100
50 opt conv pref (ser 1929).. (t'
Central States Pow A L 17 pf (t

56 X

Cumberland Oo(Me)P A Lt pf 100
Dallas Power A Light 7% pref 100

20

Detroit

55

mm

100
(t

"

~3%

._

100

Preferred

100

Ctfs of

(Toronto)

14%

70
43

Hudson County Gas
Idaho Power 7% pref

7% prior preferred
100
Oontlnen Pass Ry—See Phila R T
Cuban Telephone com...
100

6

6

mm

65

63

..

6.0% preferred
$5 preferred
Continental Gas A Elec

80

85%

mm

m.

d

(

Havana Elec Ry com

mm

mm

3X

d

_

Consumers Pr (Maine) pf 0%.1OO

'

43

Cent Miss Val Elec Prop pref. 100
Cent Pk N A E RR—See N Y Rys

Warrants—..

.....

t c

Consumers Gas

48%

d

I

Cons Trac of N J—See P 8 Corp
Cons Trac (PIttsb)—See Phila Oo

4

Central Maine Pew 6% pref—100

Central States Eleo Corp
7% preferred

v

X r

:<t!

...

12

76

]

57 prior pref

16

52

45

Central minois Light 6% pf—100
Cent 111 Pub Serv pref...(no par) d
Cent Indiana Power 7% pref. 100

|7 preferred

12

mm

o3^

,

.—(••)

Preferred
...26
Hamilton Gas common v t c
Hartford Electric Light
"~2~
Hartford Gas com
"26
Preferred
"
2b

5X % preferred series E
100
5% preferred series A
100
Consolidated Gas (N Y) com.
55 preferred

d

Central Gas A El Co 50 34 pref.
Cent Hud G A E com v t c_.—

Cent A S W Utll com

51

52

Cent Crosst RR—See N Y Rys

7% preferred

49 K

Preferred
100
Cons Gas E L A P (Bait).(no par)
0% cum pref series D
...100

2434

22%

...

104
94

d

Capital Trac (Wash. D O)—100
Carolina Pow A Light 57 pref ft) d
50 preferred
(f) d
Cent Arkan Pub Serv Oorp pf 100

0% preferred

3

52

62%

(t * dr

com

2%

100

—

(no par)
Bklyn A Queens Transit com.(f)
Preferred
(f)
Brooklyn Union Gas
(no par)
Buff Niagara A East Pow pref.26
55 first pref
(t>
Calgary Power—.....
....100
0% cum pref
100
Calif-Oregon Pow 7% pref
0% preferred series of 1927.100
0% preferred
.......100
Calif W ater Serv pref
100
Can Hydro-El Oorp 0% 1st pf 100

74

72%

%

Connecticut Ry A Lighting

Bangor Hydro Elec com
26 d 23
100
7% preferred
...100
91
0% preferred
.100
Baton Rouge Elec Oo 50 pf—(t) d
75
Bell Telephone (Canada)
9834
...100
Bell Telep of Pa 034 % pf
100 k 109%
Birmingham Elec 57 pref
(t) d 49
50 preferred
(T) d 50
8
Birmingham Gas 50 pref——(f) d
BlackBtone Val Gas A E pref...60 d
95
Bleeck 8t A Ful Fy—See N Y Rys *
Blue Ridge Corp
2%
(t)
53 conv preferred
(t) ±12834

-Preferred series A

70

71%

42

(t)

d

mm

Gold A Stock Teleg
(guar)—.100
Green Mt Pow
Oorp 56 pref_.(t

81

43"

10

12

15

8

34

d

7% preferred
d
(
5634 pf(with com purch war)(t)
Georgia Power $0 preferred...(t;

100

20
25

33

d

65%

89

40

5

7

1%
1

24

(f)

55

(f)

94"

(

Corp.....(t)

41"

2

pref ser A...
pref ser B

56 preferred..

\

A

conv

Gen Italian Edison Elec
Oorp—
Amer shs for ordinary stock
Gen Public Service

Gen'i Public Utilities
57 pfd__i
Gen Wat Wks A Elec com A

26

2X

conv

30
.

70"

Delaware A Marlon

Optional warrants.
50 Pref

..

23

84

Connecticut Power

17

d

6634

Community Power A Light—
First preferred 0%
100
Community Water Ser com
(t)
Coney Island A Bklyn RR
.100
Connecticut Elec Serv com.._(t)

15

IX

(t.

pref

56

Com'wealth Utilities cl B— (f) d

.(t
7% pref
AmociatedTelp A Teleg (56) pref (t)
57 first pref
100
Associated Telep Utllcom A— (t
50 pref with war——..—— ft

34

83

78%

">A

~

J8*

40

42X

Columbus Ry PAL 1st pf A 6% 100
Preferred ser B 634 %
100
Common wealth-Edison Oo
.100

10

Option warrants
Associated Pub Utilities com.(t

T

Columbus

15

i

--

36"

-

7% preferred

_.

13
13

.——100

deposit

4

$6% preferred
57 preferred
Fitchbi
)urg Gas A Elec Light
Florida Power A Lt $7 pref
(t
Florida Pub Serv 7% pref——10(1

56 cum

31

105
42

0% preferred series A......100
5% preferred series B
100
5% conv preferred
100 k

~4~~
12
5

14

ds

........

>034 preferred-.-.-,
$7 preferred

27

103 X

Coast Oo Gas A El 1st pref
100
Oolum G A El Oorp (Del) com (t) d

70

Original preferred...

$5 preferred........
$6 preferred

Certificates of

8

2

Arkan A Mo Pow 7% pref——100
Arkansas Pow A Lt $7 pref__(t)
Associated Gas A Elec com— (t)
Common class A————_(t)

....(t)

0% preferred——.—100

4%

10

-

.—.—100

Ak(

A .(

com

Preferred
.100
Gas A Elec of
Bergen County. 100
Gen Gas A Elec (Del) com A
.(t) d
Common class B
ft) d
Preferred class A 7%—... (
d
Preferred class A8%
(

City Pass Ry—See Reading Tr
City Ry (Dayton. Ohio)
100

Cleveland Railway

Bid.

Par.

Federal Water Service

Foreign Light A Power units., (f)
Franklin Telegraph (guar)
100
Galveston-Houston Elec Co..100

100

Oleve Elec Ilium common

25

com

Preferred

Preferred

37

2%

17%

100

Preferred

—

Class A

10

(t)
.—.—100
Citizens Gas (Indlanap) com—25

....

..

3%
20%

Citizens' Pass Ry—See Phila R T
Citizens Traction—See Phila Co

X
%

64

7% preferred

20H

90%

SO 1st preferred
(t)
Appalachian El Pow 7% pref_100
d
Appalachian Gas Oorp com — (
S7 conv pref ser A
d
(
Arizona Edison 034% pref
d
(
Arizona Power100
Preferred (7%)————100
Preferred (8%)
—100
Arkansas Natural Gas Oorp
t

7K

Cities Serv Pr A Lt 50 pf—

18 K

d

Stocks.

Ask.

—.—......—100
B

Preferred BB

5934

103%

22

(t)

Bid

Par.

Cincinnati Street Ry
......50
Olndn A Suburb Bell Telep
50
Cities Service com............_t

d

5% conv partic preferred—51 d

2%
24

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

90
Par

Stocks.

par
Metropolitan Edlsnn Oo com., (t)
$7 preferred series B—
(+)
preferred series O

Middle West Utilities
$0 cum pref without

90

i3o*

& Light 6% pref
Mississippi Riv Pow pre?
100
Missouri Pub Ser 7% pref
100
Mohawk-Hudson Power lstprf(t)

80

64

103
67

58

60

84"
14
k

d

1634
3334

dr

drllO

42"

94

7%

1434
dk 6434

10
53

100

58
99

$6 cum pref..

40
40

4934

W*
98

•

95

134

3

17

10

7

10

6

v

20

7

9

14

17

75%
52

60

62

64

76
74

80"

d

45

49"

15

20

89

97

100

Corp $7 pref
(t)
Bleecker St A Fulton Ferry. 100
B'way A 7th Ave guar
,100
Christopher A Tenth Sts
100
Eighth Avenue
100

9034
9834
34

42d St A

(f)
(t)
100

10

71
47

d 104
d

96

d 104

d

14

34
254

Os com
(t)'d 2854
preferred
..50'd 42
Edison $0 pref—(t)'<Z 75
9
North Amer Light A Pow.
(tj'tM; 33
$6 preferred
(t) k
34
Nor Amer Utility Sec—Com. (t) d
6%

North Amer

9734
106M
1434

18

97

29"

99

2934

A*

40

Tampa Elec Co
Tennessee El Pow 1st pf

20

110
40

70

75

47

53

11

13

53

"734

"734

70

100

10

8 34

54 34

100.r

1634

II*

K

pref—106
100
100

18

70

17

N.H.80pMt)^

-—<t)|®

J—1$2'

4834
143
112
100

Rapid Transit St Ry Co.—100

45

Public Service Oa af Nar 111—(t)

73

78

63

68

50"

60"

Ohio-Kentucky Gas

...

Ohio Power 6% pref-

dk 6034
d

d

100

Ohio Public Serv

—

87

90"

pref A (7%). 100

0% preferred
Ohio River Edison 7 % pref
100
d
Ohio Valley Gas common
Oklahoma Gas A Elec 7% pf..l00
Okla Nat Gas Corp 034%

Df—100

d

II"

Roch

Telep $034 pref
Light A Power
Rocky Mtn Motor com A
Rockland

Preferred
St

Louis

Pub

7% prior

0% prior

x

2334

5c

_(t)
$7 preferred
(")
$6 preferred..
(")
Utlca Gas A Electric 7% pref 101'
Utilities Pawer A Lt Cl A (no par)

d

4

1]
25

100
Virginia Elec A Power com—(t)
$6 preferred(t)
Virginia Pub Serv 7% pref
100
d
Wash Bait A Annapalls
50

8334

II"

50 d

Preferred

Washington (D O) Gas
20
Washington Gas A Elec 7% pflOf d "II
325
Wash (D O) Ry A El cam
100
8734
Preferred
100

Preferred

Telegraph

100

cum
cum

preferred
pref

West Penn Power 7%

35

72"

75"

2834

J

West Penn Elec Oo Class A__ (t) d

7%
0%

29

50

5034

100
100

40

pref—100

105

100

93

0% preferred

91
80

34

100

Western Union

" ""

.

400"

76

Washington Water Pow Oa 6% pf,
Western Massachusetts Cot—(T; d
Western Power Corp
100

(t> dr

3

100 dr

53
58

4834
10734
95

8

78

78

Wisconsin

91

102

d

25

89"

(no par)

76

89

—10

36

—

76
99

100

334

Telep 7% pref

•

..100

10134

Yark (Pa) Railways camman—60

Preferred

■

50

2

1

10
■

(t) d
(t) d

■

3

98

A Pow pf A 7% —100

100
100

~\1H

Wisconsin Power ALight 0%pflOO
7% preferred...
100
Wisconsin Pub Ser Oarp7%pf 100

5

preferred
preferred

(
—

Winnipeg Elec Co

85

A

preferred

Preferred

9734
84

a Purchaser also pays accrued dividend,
d Price per share, not per cent, k Last sale.
Ex-dividend.
% Minimum price established on Montreal or Toronto Stock Sxchange
(t)




20

IF

100

Serv

Preferred series
San Joaq L

1234

11

Water pref.100

—

3t Louis County

7
23

634
1734
1134

B—100
100

100

14
81

77

...

D

IF
30
42

1334

<t)

100

0% preferred series

50
70

51

50

Rochester G A E 7% pref

29

28
39

6%cumjpref B
(t)
Rap Tran St Ry—See P 8 Carp
Rhine-Westph Elec Pow Amerahi
Rhode III Pub Serv pref..
(t)
Class A
(t)
Rochester Centra) Power
(t)

"8"

9834
43

5634

gueensCorp of Amer
adlo
Borough GaaAE10%pflOO
(t)

0% preferred aerlei C

~7"

United Pub Serv com..

$7

5

534
1934

1st pref

cum.

Class B ctfs

78

■(I>

6% preferred

6%

New

148

63

(t)
(

9234
84

7% cumul pref

8*

60"

0% preferred..:
100
7% preferred
100
Public Service of Okla 7 % pref 100
1UU
6% preferred
lOO

1834

(t)
(")

vot

pref (non-vot)

23

20

143
98

Jersey Gas A Elec Trac—100
-ft)
(t)
$0 preferred
(t)

7% cum pref A

cum

United 111 Oo ©f New Haven.. (")
United Lt A Pr cam A
(t)
Common B
(t)

83 M

88

So

5034

Warrants

80
47

34
af N J—(no par) a
121
100
10634
—100
9834
100.
8234

51"

31

234
2634
%

Utah Pow A Lt cl A

35

27

50

(t)
(t>

85

4134

d

...

53

Public Serv of Ind 87 pref—

63

5%
834
32 «

United Pub Utll $6 pref
United Rys A El (Bait) cam..

83

10534

9734
105

...(t)

62

78

60

134

100

58
49

Pub Serv El A G $5 pref

10334

734

United Gaa Corp cam
$7 pref aeries A

$5

of Canada com.. (t)«r

—

90

(t)

Transit

United Gas A Impt

pref. .100

Puget Sd Pr A Lt $6 pref
$5 preferred
Quebec Power common

57

Railways

7% preferred

Warrants

55

100

65

United Gas A Elec Carp pref.100
United Gas A El af NJ 5% pf-100

49

com...100
100
Northwest Electric 0% pref__ 100
Preferred 7%
100
Northwest Bell Telep 034» pf-100
Northwestern Teleg (guar)
50
Ohio Bell Telep pref
100
Ohio Edison 86 pref
(t
$7 preferred
(t

534
79

*

54

Preferred

¥

87"

1C'"

......

Street—See N

$3 cumulative preferred

50

0% preferred

70

......

50

45

NarthernTex Elec Co

,

10C1^

Union St Ry (NewBed.Mass).lOC
United Corp
(t)

0% pi.,. 100

preferred

(7%)

10C
Union Elec L A Pow (111) 0% pf.
Un El L A Pow (Ma) 0% pf-100

75

70

Postal Teleg A Cable 7% pf.100
Potomac Edison Co 0% pref.100

Consolidated Trac af N

2534

100
pref.100
Third Avenue Ry (N Y)
10C
Toledo-Edison pref A (7%) —10C
0% preferred
10C
6% preferred
100
Trl-OIty Ry A Light pref....10C.
Trl-State Telep A Teleg
(t)N
Preferred

80

17

94

108
.

1st preferred (0%)
Texas Power A Light 7%

50j

25

2634
dx 4134
d
834
834

10C
100.
(t)

35

12

534% preferred
Northern N Y Util pref
100
Nor Ontario Power Co 6% pref 100
Nor States Power (Wis) pref. 100
Nor States Power (Del) com.. 100
7% preferred
100

7%

034% preferred
8% preferred

70

19

(

d

vtc

80

Twin City Rapid
Preferred

10

334

16
dx 46

dk 41

75

5% preferred

Lt cam

Serv

Pub

23d

0% preferred

d

Class A partic stock

24

Public Serv af Gala 7%

58

6ie
(t) dk
(t) dk 134
Sub R T St Ry—See Phila Oo
Swiss American Elec pref
Is 3334
90
Syracuse Ltg 0% preferred—100
Standard

25

8% preferred
7% preferred
6% preferred
$5 preferred

234

A

Preferred

78

Public Serv Corp

Pow

Class B

22

Providence Gas (free stock)
Certificates of deposit

(t)
(T>

$0 prior pref

60

Public Serv. Co. or

prior pref

21

80

134

cum

Standard

Port) Elec Pow 6% pf
—100
Portland Gas A Coke, 7% pf
100
Porto Rico Telep com

Power Corp

A—(t)

4 cum preferred

25

50
60

43

100 rf

—100
.100

"7

....

18

Potomac Elec Pow 0%

34

Standard Gas A Elec cam (no par

....

15

534% preferred
3

(t) d
(t) d

Util com....100

0% preferred.
7% preferred
Nor Indiana Pub Ser

110

31

43

Preferred

North American

North Continent

65

pd)50
50

Preferred

d

32

....

Piedmont A Northern Ry_. ..100
Pittsb A Blrm Tr—See Phila Co

d

Preferred

34

31

15"

Phila A Western Ry com

Sixth Avenue

72
73

34

29

10

Gray's Fy ($25 pd)
Philadelphia Traction
Ridge Ave Pass ($28 pd)

16*

13
70
71

...—-(f)

25!
Sprlngf (Mass) St Ry Oas pf—100
20
Spring Valley Oo Ltd..

60

Phil A

4

d

37

50
50

Preferred

82

dr

Free itock

29

50
.50
13th A 15th Sts Pass Ry—.50
Union Pass ($30 5-0 pd)
60
Union Traction ($1734 pd)..50
West Phila Pass guar
50

100
N Y & Richmond Gas 6% pref 100
N Y Steam Oo com
— ..... (f)

•

53

2d A 3d Sts Ry guar

(1/

1st preferred
Nor Bost Ltg Prop com
Preferred

....

($15 pd)_50

Phila City Pass Ry ($2234
Phila A Darby Pass Ry

d

29

Preferred

j

Hestonvllle M A F com

2534

2234

35

Common class B

d

24

(t)

Southwestern Lt A Pr cam

7034

DuQuesne Light 6% 1st pf.100
Federal St A Pleasant Val—25
Monongahela Lt A Pr
50
Monongahela St Ry
—50
Pittsburgh A B'ham Tr
50
Sub Rap Tran St Ry
50
United Traction pref
..50
98
Philadelphia Elec Co $5 pref__(t
28
Phila Elec Pow pref
2
Philadelphia Rapid Transit
50
234
a
.w
7% preferred
50
d
70
Citizens Passenger guar
50
d
32
Continen Pass Ry ($29 pd)_.50
16
Falrra't Pk A Hadding'n
6